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mjWkJ YOUR FALL HEADWEAR
Every mother** ton in tii
group of future college men
umpire* to ht the
their fathers wear later
on they’ll have rheir own.
I hey will learn that for all MA . ir nrTTrn A T A .,w
heads the Stetson * thr
world's standard in Myle PRICE,
je beauty and workman-hip
J W r hare fhr Strtton Soft a’.d lfV>y m
• Hat* it. wit the Iwtrit u>!r*. •
"GET THE HABIT" TRADE AT
LEV Y S
A Full Line of
Ladies’. Mens, Children’s
TELEPHONE 219. 219 NEWCASTLE STREET.
FOR THE AGED > /
tor the Young ' |
npHKSI', two extremes of '
* life certainly do demand exactly those nourish
ing properties which are conveyed to the system
by Acme Malt Tonic, it is a splendid liquid food
that docs not tax the digestion, but which conveys
a maximum amount of nutrition in minimum bulk,
ll is purely vegetable and is highly recommended
and widely used in practice by the best physicians
in the land. It is invaluable for growing or unde
veloped children, and for weak, listless, run-down
people in general.
I . A i ALL DRUGSTORES, OR DIRECT FROM THF. BKKWF.RV
I MADK BV ACME BREWING CO., MACON, GA.
A Guaranteed Cough Cure is
MORGAN’S WHITE PINE and TAR
The Bottle .... 25 C.
DAILY NEWS TUtKDAv. NOVEMCSR 20- iSOt?
BATCH OF ITEMS
AROUND THE GIT!
BATCH OF LITTLE ITEMS GATH
ERED AROUND THE CITY
DURING THE DAY.
Only Two Hours Late.
Train No ltf on the Southern
railway, did a litih* Letter than us
ual yesterday, arriving only two and
a half hours late. This is the (rest
time this important train has mad"
in several days.
Off to Convention.
Rev. Sammons, pastor of the First
Baptist • liurch, left last night for
Cai lersvilh . where he goes to a tend
the state convention of tlie Georgia
Baptists. Rev. Sammons will return
in time to conduct services Sunday.
His 71st Anniversary.
U. J£. Clark, one of Brunswick’s
old l • citizens, celebrated his 71st
anniversary Sunday with a pleasant
family reunion at his home in this
city. Besides a number of his friends
four of his children and six grand
children were (present and the ocra
sion was very much enjoyed.
HEARST’S LAST RACE.
Hs Will Never Again De Candidate
San Antonio, Tex., Nov. lit. —Wil-
liam It. Flea rat, recently democratic
i candidate lor governor of New York,
( was here at noon today for a few
minutes on his way to Monterey,
! where he lias mining Interests'. He
\is accompanied by the members of
his family, in discussing what his
future course will he in reference t°
politics in Netn York, lie said:
"I will never again be a candidate,
t shall continue tyi reside in New
York and adloeatit and support the
principles ofjfrewlom which I have
always stood! for. Imt these princi
ples are now .-/itticienlly understood
by the general/ public for it to be
no longer njeuessary for me to be
a candidate. /
“You prohijlly know that it is by
no means plahsant to be acamlhlate.
I am slat! that in the future it is
to l>e my pilvllcgc to stand for the
principles on govbrnmcnt I batal
ways advoctoed witiioni being a can
didate for ojbce and on that account
attacked with much bitterness."
If there is any style in a shoe yon
have seen in a hook, look over our
stork and you will be pretty sure to
lind it. Peerson’s.
For hunting coats, shell belts, leg
gins, gtun covens etc., go to Sig
NEW GEORGIA SYRUP
GARDI YELLOW YAMS
PEARS (in cans)
NEW WITH US.
214 NEWCASTLE ST.
HOME IS BURNED
FIRE SUNDAY NIGHT AI.MO ST
A fire Sunday afternoon shortly
before B o'clock utmost cijAnpleti ly
destroyed the residence ,k ,j.;du
Isaac on K stie.i, tl.y los-y b.-in-z es
timated ut about s6,oVb. /
It is not known iinw/ rhe rice
originated, as the liana J had gained
good headway Indore na arrival .it
the department Mrs isaa;- and
Children were in onrille and
•Judge Isaac was u a tin
lire broke out. i ■ ~ i
the blaze was sm. te< i> ■ e-.>-e:
The residence was owned b;. \. •
Kotholz and was insured i.;r
Hint being about half the value m
the house. N'ea.ly ail of tile farni
tlire of .fudge Isaac was destroved.
He- estimates his. ins at $2.50h ,-inl
< • rried only $1,11.7,0 ins,ii mice. Ali
the household articles which were
not destroyed by tire were damaged
by water, therefore nearly ail of
the contents of the home were a
LEAVE ID NAME
Officials/ OF STEAMSHIP CO
LEFT CITY LAST NIGHT
C. I„ Diamond, general agent. J.
R. Rowland, traffic manager, and .T.
C. l.igeour local commercial agent,
of the Uru n|swick Steamship Com
pany, left the city last night for
Jacksonville, where they will spend
today, proceeding- theme to Havana.
where they go to appoint agents, se
cure a wharf and attend to other
matters in connection with the com
pany's line to Cuba, which will lie
inaugurated next month.
The company will establish a Flor
ida office in Jacksonville and the
agent will lie named by the gentle
men today. They will then go to
Port Tit mi, a and lake a Peninsula
and Occidental steamer for Havana.
The party will remain in the t’ui.an
capital for several days and while
there will make ail arrangements for
the opening of the new line.
Messrs. Diamond ami Rowland,
both ot whom have headquarters in
New York, were in the city when
the Ratilla landed at her pier Sun
day morning and they were greatly
pleased with the manner in which
the new stiip was welcomed by the
people of Brunt-wi* k.
Returning from Havana (the two
officials will proceed to New York
and prepare for the opening of the
line to Luba, while Mr. I.igeour will
return to this city, it is expected
that tlie Brums wick will sai) from
New York on December Ist, arriv
ing here about December 5. She will
remain in Brunswick probably a day
and then proceed to Havana.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE O c
SCHOOL SHOES AT LOW PRICES
Call up Davis and Taylor's stable
if you want dirt for raising your lot
CL F. ANDERSON, Agt.
L. C. SMITH
Typewriter* Rented and Repaired
DOLI.AR RIBBONS AT 750.
SEEN THE NEW OVERCOAT!
tsome' newcomer in
coat .production while
ure to show onr gar
-510.C0 to $30.00
The juice however
1/ A KP|)C
BALTIMORE NEW YORK. IV.Alvdl, l\/'
FALL HATS FOB LADIES
I HAVE THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF FALL HATS EVER
DISPLAYED IN BRUNSWICK. LADIES ARE INVITED TO
MISS L. G, JACKSON
OPERA HOoSE BLOCK.
LA MAISON PARISIENNE
“The ONLY French Ladies Tailoring and Dressmaking Es
tablishment in Georgia.
PATRONIZE HOME TRADE. HAVE YOUR EVENING, BALL
PfS RA CLOAKS - STREET COSTUMES, MADE AT R.
DENIZE. LATEST PARISH FASHIONS AND PERFECT FIT
ALL KINDS OF PLAI TING, BUTTONS MADE ON SHORT/
NOTICE. - }
HAVE YOUR BANDS, FOLDS, PIPING, PINKING MADE
AT 2c. PER YD. WHILE YOU WAIT. CALL OR PHONE 311
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