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The Brunswick news. (Brunswick, Ga.) 1906-2016, November 20, 1906, Image 7

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THE BRUNSWICK NEWS PUBLISHED DAILY BY THE NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY CLARENCE H. LEAVY, Editor am Manager. LOUIS J. LEAVY, Jr., City Editor. EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY. Kntered at the Brunswick, Ga., post office as second class mall matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Term* of subscription In the clt snd by mail free of charge to all parti of the United States and Canada, Mex Ico, Porto Rico, Guam. Phiilppin Islands and Hawaiian Islands. On* Month -50 Thre* Months *l-25 Six Months 12.50 One Year $5.00 Notice of uiscontinuancs of Ads and Subscriptions must be mads t business office In writing. OFFICIAL ©RGAN OF Glynn County. Glynn County Commissioners. The United States Gurt of Bank ruptcy for this District. Correspondence solicited, but to re ceive attention letters must lie lie companies by a responsible name, nut lor publication, but as a guarantee or good faith. Rejected communications will be returned if accompanied by postage. Remittance should be made by pos tal note, check, money order or regis tered letter. Address News Publishing Cos., Brunswick, Gn TODAY’S ELECTION. The people of Brunswick will to iluy pass upon a matter of vital ini port to themselves and at the same time will test the well grounded prop osition of whether or not there is any gratitude in the human heart. The poophv Prunnwlck will either slap in the faee the vilest eonditions or they will place a pre mium upon it. In this campaign which (-lns-s to day the opposition has resorted to the gro't'.est misstatements regard ing the character and Integrity of Col. C. P. Goodyear, candidate for mayor of llrunswicU on the People's ticket. Outside of the fact that Is hold up hy I In-ip as being in collu sion with the Mutual Light and Water Cos., which ijharge Is base tut id tint rut*. t l/rf\ jhavc ,endi)itvored to make ItNa/crltno for a man to have been 011111 north of .Mason and Dixon's line. *We have in ottr com iminlty st rongifit individuals who elm need not to have first seen light math llto balmy Southern skies; men high up in the llnancial, social and commercial life of ottr city. We have men in Lite city council who weie not thus favored among the most representative pien in this city are those who first caught tint dawn of da> under the shadow of Hunker Kill monument, and we ask the hcople of Hrunswiek whether or not that fact ought to determine the tit ness of these citizens fur a great office at (hi* hands of ottr people. The circular "Is th cat out of thr hag" issued by the office holders on the good Sabbath day, in whMi Col. Goodyear is charged with being in dose communion with the light and water company, is too vile to merit very much consideration at the bauds of the people of Hrunswiek. Col Goodyear bus novifj owned a dollar of stock in the Mutual Light and Wttier tXnupany; imp never even - cell retained as an attorney of that company and litis told the people of this city so over ltis own signature. His past life in Urttus wtek lias been of such a character that it ought to rebuke any attempt on the part of unscrupulous politi cians to onnect this good man with any such scheme to defraud and deceive the eople Col. Goodyear in pledging the peo ple of Hrunswiek the ownership of light and water plant within sixty days only exercised a right that be longs tto the council at thin good moment. That body is thor oughly aware of tlie fact that it can take over this property at once, if it so desires, but it is also anxious to keep it in politii s as a tool with which to deceive the innocent peo ple of the city of Brunswick. In conclusion with reference to the subject of gnUitude we ask the people to wall foni<lr whether at not they ate going to repudiate Col Goodyear at the polls today. %Ve point again to his many years of useful services, not as an office hold- drawing salary for ills ser vice. but as a useful citizen, a pa tiot, ikdng ytoeman ervi<y- in the rank and file for this city. Milton has said that there is noth lng more beautiful in life than grati tude. and we assert that somewhere the people of Brunswick ought to find a spark of gratitude in their hearts for Col. Goodyear that burns brirflit enough and honest enough to consume in its flame every little peanut politician ami office nobler in Brunswick. It ought to rise above the ordinary and narrow confines of the game of politics and bestow lion* or whore honor justly i.elongs. There is a custom in this country iof placing garlands on the lornb of great men who have past away in stead of building monuments to them while they live. Is this to lie the fate of your fellow citf/.en whose • Very inspiration, Whose every thought and action puis been for Bruiiswtok? Let's lay aside do op tion and for one time In Brunswick’s history break out of the narrow lim its of political pioviricjlisin and place a wreath upon the living head of Col. Goodyear, and not wait until after he rests beneath the wil lows of Styx to honor his memory. lad's honor him while he is yet with us. THE BASIS OF DEMOCRACY. Every now and then a brief i; ara graph in one of the dally newspa pers suggests a broad field for com inent. In a recent Issuo of the Houston (Tex.) i’ost. wo find Uii* paragraph: “There l no discount on the hon- Jdy of democratic Virginia's elec tion laws. Affile only reitubllcan con gressman elected received less than 150 plurality, and they are going t<> let him have the seat.’’ That Is pure demo ratlc doctrine. The majority raids. Democacy is based upon 11, and, when it is brush ed aside or disregarded demoerary and its undelying fpiuclples are dealt a limrd blow. . j Why -should ra>t the republican candidate liave l>,s sent. even if lie received a majority of only one in the votes legally east? To rob a republican, a prohibitionist or a member of any other political 'party who is chosen by the majority of the. legal voters to represent them in a public capacity would do the cause of democracy Infinitely more harm than a republican representa tion could do. Moreover, it would 1 bo far more harmful in its evil in fluence upon political standards and conditions in both parlies than ltav- j | ing an opponent of democracy in public office. While The News is a democratic newspaper and an advocate of democratic prin ciples, this paper is an mi ont pronilslng advocate of fair elections and a pronounced enrtny to .1 fraud ulent electorate or corruption in pub lic office. It is far better that a republican be ltt public office than that our political standards ibe low ered by ciooked elections. Honest elections are the foundation of do etu\v in our public life. • Danger From the Plague. There's grave (lunger from the pla gue of Coughs and Cold* that are so prevalent, unless you take Dr. King s Now Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Mrs. tleo. Walls of Forest City, Me., writes: "It's a Godsend to people living in climate where coughs and colds prevail. I find It quickly euds them. It pre vents Pucuinenla, cures I.aGrlppe, gives wonderful relief iu Asthma and Hay Fever, and makes weak lungs strong enough te ward off Consump tion. Coughs and Colds. 50c aim SI.OO. Guaranteed by Smith Char tnuoy. Trial bottle free. Mandolines, gtiltaro, tuiujos. violins, acordlons. mouth harps and all kinds of musical Instruments at Sig Levi son. I handle the best line or new goods In the city. Do not he fooled by business opponents who try to tell you different Call and be convinc ed. Slg Levlson. Every late wrinkle In style, but not a wrinkle in the tit of the shoes from Pearson's. For double barrel shotguns go to Sig l>evlson. Slue Ribbon Beer. .Test leretved, n car load of Pahs treating Company’s Blue Ribbon beer '.tine la sold at all first class saloon >i the city uf Brunswick- Retail 15 |c. nta per bottia and |I,M per dcwwi I, stty aow affect sxl Bar Hrw . fHi ifiUHiwitH dAiLr ftfcWi, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. im "1$ -% Dangerous coughs. Extremely perilous coughs. I M //J C ° Ughs,hat rasp and tear the throat and lungs. JUCc/ UIU Coughs that shake the whole body. You need A. 1 a re £ uiar medicine, a doctor’s medicine, for * I s-f c* such * cough. Ask your doctor about Ayer’s Cf / lu Cherry Pectoral for these severe cases. ~§ Wi h*Ts r.o secrets! We publish J.C.i.-7*rCo preparations. Lowe’ . Mass’ Big Shoe Values KSTRjONG xX DO YOU KNOW WHERE TO SHOE'S SECURE THEM FOR. STRONG CHILDREN —— rijuiTHn Come to my place arid I will \ Q y&BSgFj \ show yo the smoothesi and I vk edeanest stock of Men's Wo- \ o mi \ men's and Children's Shoes in >cSy the c ' t^ —Composed of the vari \\ ous Standard and Reputable NO CUT M* Ji Lines Mew goods arriving T f steadily, insuring all the latest SCHOOL SHOES A SPECIALTY Geo. W. Owens, CORNER E AND L STREETS. w7y( THIS XMAS YOU'LL BE HAPPY! .surely if y(;u favjnr your friends with someone or mor c appropriate gift sought out, with loving' thoughtfulness from our timely display of perfumery in fancy bottles, toilet articles, manicure sets, shaving sots. fancy boxed soaps, etc. The show is free and our pricing fair. THE ATLANTA PHARMACY. Tel 310. Sub Postoffice Station No. 1. COLSON HARDWARE CO. HARDWARE, MACHINERY ' AND SUPPLIES. OF ALL KINDS SAW MILL OUTFITS. Agent* for ATLAS ENGINES AND BOILERS. WIRE FIELD FENCE. COLSON HARDWARE CO. A Young Mother at 70. "My mother has suddaniy been made young at 70. Twenty years ot intense suffering from dyspepsia ba entirely disabled her, until six months ago. when she began taking Electrt Bitters which have completely cured her and restored the strength snd activity she had In the prime of life writes Mrs. W. L. Gllpatrlck. of Dan forth. Me. Greatest restorative medl cine on the globe. Beta Stomach {Liver and Kidneys right, purifies the jhlood, and curaa Malaria, BUioyuaai and Weaknesses Tools ONE GENT ft WORD WANTED. WANTED —People to kmlw tliakTJncia Sig will loan you money oiizfiiything of value. All legitimate business sol icited. Big Devison, iP>g and 309 Bay street WANTED—Six good agents to do pleasant, agreeable work, can assign territory anywhere desired. Salary $•">11,00 per month. Quick promotion. Apply in person or by lrntt-r to J. W. , Walker, Parkwood, Glynn county, Ga. WANTED —Night watchman. Apply at new court house at I “ WANTED—in good naiul sewers. Ap ply at once at it. Deniz.et. WANTED—Collector;/ goer! chance for promotion. Oa \y on .James and Cos.. juG Monk St. WANTED Ilev. Sam Jones’ Life and Sayings, by his wife, is the biggest seller ever published. Price only $2->O. Magnificent, outfit and right to terri tory only 50 cents. Don’t miss tills chance of your lifex/o make money. Write quick. Circulars free. L. J. Nichols & Co.,'Atlanta, Ga. WANTED. —-At once a lumber inspect or. One capable of taking stock. Good salary to the right man. Ad dress Inspector, News office. Hilton & Dodge Lumber Cos., K. A. Edwards WANTED. —Traveler tor established house. $12.00 per week. Expenses advanced. References. Address, with stamp, J. A. Alexander, Brunswick, Georgia. Colil weather means heavier shoes. See Peerson's. FOR RENT, FOR SALE. —The handsome residence of Col. W. E. Kay. For particulars see Brobston, Fendig & Cos. l-’OR S4LE —Carpets, window shades furniture and other household goods. All Droct'cally new. Aiffily to Mrs. Julius May, 510 Glouscester St. FOR SAI.E. — At a bargain; truck farm. Fourteen acre farm under fence; one four room cottage am barns; 2t head of cattle; 30 heads of hogs; 1 horse and wagon; farming implements; four miles front city; one-fourth rulle from railroad station. Party leaving the city; must go. Ap ply R. W. Durden, 1009 G street. LOST. LOST—Bet ween Coe 1 m aven.it. and Wolf street, a go'-l watch and small chain. Rcwa. 1 if te'iiiiieff to 1202 M street. f MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED TO <^tENT^Three,^)r, 'foiir rooms for light housekeeping near pojSyffice, by couple without chil dren? or would rent a larger house with another couple. Address “Rooms,” News office. FOR SALE Ix 6 Heart face flooring, dressed to match’ Cheap. Benito Padrosa. To The Public ! HAVING LOCATED A CEMENT STONE PLONT CORNER OF F AN. D STREETS IAM PREPARED TO DO A GENEPAL CEMENT WORK FIRST CLASS WORK AT A REASONABLE FIGURE. ALL SIZES OF WHITE AND COLORED HEXIGON TILE AND CURB OF THE REGO LATION SIZE, i RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR PAT RONAGE. J. D. Baldwin The Brunswick Bottling and Manufacturing Cos Manufacturers of- SODA WATER AND MINERAL W ATERS, CIDERS, CORDIALS NEC TARS, VINEGARS, SIMONS SPECIAL GfNGER ALE AND RYE OLA, PHONE 273 218 OGLETHORPE 8T For ACCURACY PROMPT DELIVERY and PURE DRUGS HAVE YOUR Prescriptions Pilled at MANOE’S Pharmacy r,05 GLOUCESTER ST. PHONE 37. ARE YOU THIRSTY. If you are and a good drink of the Best OUhiskey or Finest Beer will quench it I can fix you. See my wine and cigar list. H. Selig, 229 Grant Street. CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS Let us be your Wash woman BRUNSWICK STEAM LAUNDRY. Cline &. Ludwig, Props. VI Bottlers of Coco Cola and other Soft Drinks 110 RICHMOND ST. PHONE 124. PAIKER-HENSELL ENGINEERING GO. AH classes of FOUNDRY AND MACHINE REPAIRING SPECIALLY EQUIPPED FOR MARINE WORK Perfectly Adapted Marine Rail way Phone 16-3 Brunswick, Oa. BROWN & CO DEALERS, MANUFACTURERS AND SHIPPERS OF Kailway Crossties AND DEALERS IN —r t * Yellow Pine Lumber BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA. AND cURE the LUties W,H Dr. King’s New Discovery _ rtn Price # Fun I OUGHSand 50c & SI.OO Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROTJB- * Cobb and Wheeler GNERAL TINNERS. THE OLD RELIABLES. 25 Years in the Business. GOOD WORK PROMPTLY EXECU TED. Phone 313. 313 Newcastle St Call up Davis and Taylor's stable if vnu want dirt ior raising yum |,.p •jr sidewalks.