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MORGAN a DAVIS
AGENTS FOR ACME BREWING CO.
Mail order busi=
ness a specialty.
224-226 BAY ST.
A cold Is much more easily cure!
when the bowels are open. Kennedy’3
Laxative Honey and Tar opens th
bowels and drives the cold out of the
system In young or old. Sold by ah
Old fashioned pound cake, tire kirn
mother used tc< make, 2D cents per
pound at Leben’s bakery. IDO A street
BRUNSWICK’S ORIGINAL HIGH
FINEST LINE OF BRANDIES,
LIQUORS and CIGARS
P. KELLER, Prop.
AND LUNCH ROOM.
NIQHT AND DAY
NEATEST PLACE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS
IN OLD ARCADE BUILDING
NO. 210 GLOUCESTER ST.
POLETES & HOODENPYLE
"TELEPHONE NO. 460.
The styles in shoes at Peerson’s
ire as plentiful amf'as varied as (lie
CAR LOAD OF
PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE
WIRE FENCES ARE CHEAPER
ROBERSON . CO.
on the subject
Phone 426 No 2 Wright’s Spuare
H. B. GARNETT.
When in need of
Call on the old original
H. m. GARNETT.
The Celebrated CHATTANOOGA EDGFR.
PREPARED TO FURNISH COMPLETE SAW MILL OUTFITS OF ANY CAPACITY, INCLUDING
BNOINEO ANO TOILERS, IF INTERESTED CALL OR WRITE FOR MY PRICES.
Geo, H. Cook,
wr * MUNOWJOAK, 04. „
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The Best Beer Is Possible Only With
Eight-Day Malt—A Scientific Fact
A perfect beer is healthful—it builds
up strength, aids digestion, and acts as
a tonic in giving renewed vitality. A
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made by the eight-day process used by
Malt is made from barley. Barley
contains in its elementary form the
constituents that go to build up the
human system. The process of making
malt, as some of our readers may
know, is much the same as the process
of digestion. The grain is started
growing and the chemical changes that
take place when it sprouts are similar
to the action of the digestive fluids in
the body if the grain were eaten.
Pabst has proven by scientitle ex
periments and sixty years of practical
brewing that eight days are required
in making malt to bring about those
necessary chemical changes ly which
the perfect predigested malt is pro
duced. In many breweries the. old
four-day process is still used and the
malt is of forced, unnatural develop
ment. It lacks in nutrition and is in
all ways inferior, much of the vital
nutriment of the* grain being lost. The
Pabst eight-day malting process re
tains in predigested form in the beer
all of the nutritious, life-giving ele
ments of the grain.
Pabst eight-day malt, the perfect
malt, doubles the cost of brewing—but
Pabst Malt, with the exclusive Pabst
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If your food doesn’t taste just right,
or if your digestion is a little “off," or
your appetite is poor, drink Pabst Blue
Ribbon beer before or with your meals,
and iind out for yourself how good it is.
OUR FOUR DOLLAR SHOES FO p
WOMEN ARE BEAUTIES. SE
THEM AT FEERSON’S.
FOR FRESH MEATS, VEGETABLES
ETC., CALL UP
S,G. DENT & SON
1501 Cochran Ave, Cor. G Street
Also Dealers in General Merchandise
Can you win? You realize that to
win in anything these days, requires
strength, with mind and body in tune.
A mau or woman with disordered di
gestive organs is not in shape tor a
days work or a day's play. How can
they expect to win? Kodol’s for
Dyspepsia contains the digestive
Juices of a healthy stomach and win
put your stomach in shape to pet
form its important Junction ol sup
plying the body and brain with
strength-building blood. Digests what
yoii eat, relieves Indigestion, Dyspep
sia, Sour Stomach, Palpitation of tne
Heart and Constipation. Sold by all
GO TO MARCATOS'
- OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
’ FREE DELIVERY TO ALL
SECTIONS OF THE CITY
h We serve the best the market .
-Affords and Pay Prompt attentioon'
to any and al IComplaint#
MARCATOS & CO
I PHONE 321.
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2d. 1906
PETITION FOR CHARTER.
Georgia. Glynn County.
To the Superior Court of said county
The petition of Henry T. Dunn,
Arthur C. Blain, John P. Twomey,
E. D. Walter and W. C. Lemon, all of
said state and county, and such others
as may 'be associated with them from
time to time, respectfully shows:
That they desire for themselves,
their associates and assigns to he
made a body corporate an.! puli’ic
under the laws of the state .if }eor
gia. under the name and style ,>t the
Elks Building Company'.
That the capital stack of the pro
posed corporation is to be ten thou
sand dollars ($10,000.00). divided into
shares of one hundred dollars ($100)
each; petitioners desire, however,
that said capital stock may he In
creased from time to time, to an
amount not to exceed in the aggre
gate twenty-five thousand dollars
($25,000.00), by a majority vote of
That they may be allowed to com
mence business when ten per went
(10 per cent.) of said capital
has been actually paid in. /
The purpose and object p? the pro
posed corporation is pecuniary prolit
and gain to its stockholders. Peti
tioners propose, as such corporation,
to purchase, bold, and' own and build
upon and otherwise possess real es
tate; to lease, rent, sell, convey and
otherwise deal with and contract with
reference to the same; to purchase,
own, hold and enjoy such personal
property of evei/- character and kind
as is appropriate and pro
fitable In the conduct of their busi
ness, and to lease and rent, sell and
convey tips same; to borrow money
and to secured the payment of the
same by note; mortgage, trust deed,
deed to secure debt or oilier form of
security appropriate and desirable
and to make whatever contract or
contracts which should be found
necessary or desirable, and to do and
perform all pets and thing* as ar#
usually done b\ like bodies.
Petitioners desire to be incorporated
for a term twenty (20) years, with
the privilege of renewal at the explra.
tloa of that period, and as often
thereafter as may be done under th#
laws of ald ttate.
Petitioner* deslr® that g&fd corpora,
'ton shall haVe cumulative and in ad
dltlon to the powers hereinbefore
prayed for. have all the rights and
privileges and immunities which may
he conferred upon such corporation,
and especially those recited In sec
tion 1852 of the Civil Code of Georgia
That the principal office and place
of business of the proposed corpora
tion shall he in the city of Brunswick
In said state and county.
Petitioners pray that power be
granted them to sue and to be sued:
of having a/nd using a corporate seal
of succession, and of making such
rules, by-laiws and regulations and
constitution and of enforcing the
same, as It may desire, not In con
flict with the laws of said state or ot
the United States, to be binding and
of force upon its members, and to al
ter and repeal and amend the same at
And you r petitioners pray that they
and their Associates and successors
may be Im orporated for the aforesaid
purposes, finder said corporate name,
for the tertn aforesaid, and they have
conferred tpon them and their asso
elates and successors, all such rights,
powers and privileges as ar# neces
sary, tisha} and Incident to such or
ganizations. And your petition#:*
will ever pray, etc.
This 27th day of October. 190 G.
CF.OVATT & WTHAFIELD,
Georgia, Gfeuin County.
T. A. O. Townsend, deputy clerk of
the superior court of Glyiiu county.
Georgia, do' hereby certify that the
above is a true copy of the original
petition for incorporation of Eiks
Building Company, as filed in office
Witness my hand and seal of said
•ourt this October 27, 1906.
A. O. TOWNSEND,
Keep the bowels open when you
have a cold and use a good remedy to
allay the inflammation of the mucous
membranes. The best is Kennedy’s
Laxative Honey and Tar. It contains
no opiates, moves the bowels," drives
out the cold. Is reliable ami tastes
good. Sold by all druggists.
THE NEWS’ BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
PACTS ABOUT BRUNSWICK
BRUNSWICK IS A RAPIDLY GROWING CITY AND IS THE BEST PORT ON THE SOUTH ATLANTIC
COAST. THESE ARE AMONG HER REPRESENTATIVE MERCHANT S AND BUSINESS MEN AND
THEY ARE IN POSITION TO SERVE THE PUBLIC IN THEIR RESPECTIVE LINES.
REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS CONCERNS CLASSIFIED ALPHABETICALLY.
J. George Conzleman.
Architect and buildei, Selects
lots of building material alway
on hand. 1£ you eontemplat
building communicate with me.
Bicycles and Automobiles.
B. J. Olewine
Automobiles, bicycles, cycling a
cessorles. Repairing and renting
Give us a call. Tell 131-2
306 Newcastle SI
Brunswick Bottling and Manufac
Manufacturers of Flavoring Ex
tracts. Soda Water and Mineral
Waters, Harmless Colors and
Juices, Cidars, and Venegars.
Office and factory 212 Oglethorpe
J. H. Pace.
Merchandise Broker. Telephone 12S
BLACKSMITH & WHEELWRIGHT.
J. D. Brown & Cos.
Wheelwright and blacksmith; horse
shoeing a specialty; wagon and cur ;
liage painting. Repairing of ttirpea
tine wagons and timber carts a spec
laity, iliin Mansfield si reel, Bruns
Allen & Thrash,
Special mauacurlst for ladles. Tel
476. Opt ra House building
Ladies Hairdressing a Specialty
Bowen and Thomas.
J. D. Baldwin
General Cement Contractor
All sizes of white and culvert Hexi
on tile and curb. Side walk builders.
M. A. Baker & Cos.
Manufacturers of seamless turpen
tine st.ilis. Repairing a specialty..
Brunswick, Ga. Pensacola, Fia.
Brunswick Development Cos.,
Max Isaac. President.
We lend money to build houses.
If you contemplate building consult us.
We can enable you to own your home.
Heaters 1 Heaters
Ranging in Prices From
$1.75 TO $35.00
Have One Put in Before the
NEXT COLD WAVE
H. M. MILLED 4 SON.
COAL AND WOOD.
Iverson Coal & Wocd Cos.
Ready to serve the public on short
notice. Tel. 448. Oor I Street and
Brunswick Crosstie & Creosoting Cos.
Liberal inspection. Highest eas.i
prices Prompt returns. Buyers anu
shippers of rrossties.
A. M. Calder,
Ulectrical contractor and dealer in
electric supplies of all kinds. In
side wiring a specially. Opera house
R. L. FARMER,
Before having your inside wiring
done see it. L. Farmer, Phone 262-4
Geo. F. Gay.
General house furnishing goods:
furniture, stoves and sewing machines
sold on easy terms. 102 A street,
HAY AND GRAIN.
N. W. FINDLEY & CO.,
Conrigmuents solicited. Prompt re
turns made. Produce, hay and grain,
flour, grits and meal. 224 Bay street
I IUUOR HOUSES.
Congress Hall Saloon,
J. H. Mays & C.
Wines, liquors, cigars and tobacco
Wat make a specialty of the* mall
order business. ,
Gilmore & Wood.
General and sanitary plumbers ami
dealers *in plumbers’ supplies. 41,
Newcastle street. Tel 228.
Brunswick Planing & Forwarding Cos.
T. Q Fleming, Jr., Manager. Plan
ing mill, sawmill, dry kiln. Rough and
dressed lumber, weatnerboarding, floor
ing, ceilings, moulding and'lnside fin
ish. Phone 102. Brunswick, Ga.
Cobb & Wheeler,
Contracting Tinners'. Phone 313
• 313 Newcastle St.
Hoyt W. Gale.
Life, storm, accident insurance. W*
represent only tbe best companies.
S. Levison (Uncle Sig.)
The old reliable pawn-broker.
Money loaned on anything of value,
Headquarters for pistols, jewelry,
clothing, boots and shoes.
J. M. LOWE.
General house painters. Satlsfafr
Uou guarantee- on every job. Bruns
Union Saloon Liquor Hou*#,
G. Loewenstein, Mgr.
Wines, liquors, cigars and tobacc).
Everything In the whiskey line. Jug
trade a specialty.
.. E. M. Peerson & Cos.
When you have need of shoes give
us a call. 2X4 Newcastle street.
Brunswiok Exclusive Shoe Store.
SASH, DOOR & BLINDS.
Georgia Sash, Door & Blind Cos.,
Manufacturers of sash, doors and
bltuds. Tel 303. Corner Prince St*
and Cochran Ave.
J. A. Davla,
Dealer In oak and. pine worn}.
Corner Cochran avenue and Georfb
street. Telephone 266-4. Prompt
service. Free delivery.
H. 8. Reddick,
Contracting tinner. You will eoty
suit your own Interests by common!'
eating with me before letting your
contractu for tinning. Phone 32k.
426 Newcastle St. Brunswick, Oft.
WESLEY H. GREENFIELD,
Pile Driving Contractor. Wharf Build
Ing and Trestle Work a specialty
500 L, Street. Brunswick Ga.
WAGONS AND HARNESS.
T. B. Burns,
Manufacturer and builders of all
kinds of wagons and harness. Toi
194. 214 Newcastle street.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Chas. G. Moore.
Undertaker and emhalmer. Satis,
faction guaranteed In every case of
embalming. 124 A street, Brunswick,