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“PICTURES” S^lij^j|j *.'’ 5 • , y —these hoautifiri sof interior decora- sHHH'.'' Slaving and lithograph . proves-—all ':d, : j| "•■' special needs of the various rooms of your C. MeGfIRVEY, r 316 Newcastle Street. f . BWBK r .- :^ mm Railroad. First Class Ser nil Quick Schedules to Birmingham, Nashville, Evansville, Cnicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and all points West and Northwest, * Mobile, New Orleans and all points Southwest. For Schedules, rates and Sleeping Car Reservations, apply to J. M. FLEMING, Florida Passenger Agent, C. L. STONE, G. P. A., 206 West Bay Street, Louisville, Ky. Jacksonville, Fla. C. Downing, Preeident. E. H. Mason, Vice President. E.D.Walter, Cashier. The National Bank of Brunswick. BRUNSWICK, CA. CAPITAL OF ONE HUNDRED AN f) FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ,anri total RESOURCES in excess of ONE HALF MILLION DOLLARS, are lovoted to the assistance of legitimate business enterprises. DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS invited from individuals, firms and corpora tions . SAVINGS DEPARTMENT accounts bear interest, compounded quar eily. internet bearing cerifii-ates of deposit issued on special terms. MONEY ORDERS of the “BANK 15RS' MONEY ORDER ASSOCIA ION” are cheaper and more convenient than postoffice or express. BO'W EhWj HoMas; Contiactors Stone, Brick and Framqjßmaings. MANUFACTURERS OK CKMRfS’D TjbK ASR ARTIKRIAb K’KftNß g ,.,...........—. - ~ • J. M. BURNETT, WHOLESALE .ext * Grain and Provisions, Horse, Cow and Chicken Feed. To Raffle His Horse. If you need a typewriter of and des- K A. Silvers Is rafliing off his fine criptlofi come to see me before buying t . nd buggy and here is a chance I can save you money. Terms rca for lucky man to win a good sons bio and satisfaction guaranteed, animat. Mr. Silvera is disposing of his C. H. Jewett. hor .c because he leaves on the 19th for the north to be absent several weeks. Largest load of wood in the city for 'phone 138-3 or call at yard, corner Ladies if you want to see every- avenue. thing and up-to-date In fancy work, just go to Miss Hate Slater’s Millin- Rob ROy fl the best Qn the ery parlors. market I^EAHS^PnDODr •WHISStET • Truly a Grand OLD OUHISKEY, **-*#>£ ■ Douglas & Morgan, DISTRIBUTORS, Brunswick, Ga. nf-iSMttftcaNsa^gatl THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS. PETITION FOR CHARIER. SiVTifl OF GEORGIA, COUNTY OF GLYNN. To the Superior Court of said County: * The petition of E. J. Allen, M. N. McCullough, T. v*. Fleming, Jr., and E. C. Maciien, ail ot said state and county, respectfully s wa: I. That petitioners desire for them selves, and such other persons as may be hereafter associated with them, to be incorporated under -e eorpporate name and style of “The Brunswick Planing and forwarding Company.” 11. That the object of tae company is pecuniary gain to its members, and Ws special oojects are to engage in the planing mill bfisiness; to plane and sa*v lumber and timber generally, and to manufacture articles from wood; to sell manufactured products and to act as agents for others in the for warding of lumber uind timber and t.mber products, and to do a general forwarding business; and generally to do such other things pertaining to the business of the corporation as are not in conflict with this charter nor the mws of Georgia. 111. That the pr.ucipal office of the corporation shall be in t'he said coun ty of u.ynn, wltn the right, to estab lish branches in other places in Geor gia and other states. TV. mat the capital stock of t'he cor poration shall be ten thousand dollars, divided into one hundred shares of the par value of one hundred dollars each, with tne right, by vote of tne share holders holding a majority of the stock, to increase such stock from time to time to any sum or sums not to exceed li.,y thou sand dollars Petitioners desire the right to receive in payment for stock real estato or personal pro erty at a valuation fixed by the di rectors; and they desire the right to begin business when seven thousand dollars of tne capital stock mis been subscribed and at least twenty ,ive per centum per share paid in. V. That the officers of sa.u corpora tion shall be a president, vice-presi dent, secretary and treasurer, and such other officers or agents as the stockholders or directors may constt tute or appoint; cuaf the board of di rectors shall consist of not less than three nor more than seven, all of whom snail be shareholders, such di rectors to be elected i,y the sharehold ers. VI. That the stockholders shall have tne right to make by-laws, rules and regulations for the government of said corporation, or to delegate tnis authority to the directors. VII. That under such corporate name and style your petitioners de sire tne right to contract and to be contracted with; to sue and he sued; to borrow mouey and secure the same as ihe board of directors may desire; to Have and use a common seal, and to change the same at pleasure; and generally to have all the rigata, priv ileges and powers incident to and nec essary and proper in tne conduct and operation of the business o e pro posed corporation, and all the rights, privileges and powers given and grant od similar corporations under the laws of Georgia. VIII. mat tuere shall be no indi vidual liability upon me part of any shareholder of the corporation, except for such amount as may be due by such shareholder as unpaid subscrip tion tor stock in said corporation. IX. That petitioners i. .sire to bo incorporated under said name and style ot The Brunswick Planing and forwarding Company, wit.li all the rights, privileges and powers prayed for herein, for a period of twenty years, with the privilege of renewal at the expiration of that. time. F. E. TWiTTY. Petitioner’s Attorney. GEORGIA, GLYNN COUNTY: I Hereby certify that the foregoing application for incorporation by the petitioners therein named, of The Brunswick Planing arm Forwarding Company, was filed in the office of the clerk of the Superior (Joint of said county on this, August 20ta, 1302. n. F. duBIGNON. Clerk Superior Cour., Glynn County, Georgia. Through Cars to Savannah. To accommodate the Increasing trav el between Brunswick and Savannah the Southern Railway will hereafter operate two extra coaches on the train leaving Brunswick at 6:25 a. m. every Sunday, tc go through without change. This will Insure a comfortablo trip I'i.r all who desire to gpend the day In Sa vannah. Quinine sh" i upoo, fine latest for ladies' hair. For sale only at Clark’s tonaoria! par . ROB ROY FLOUR IS THE BEST. Sound Kidneys—Perfect Health. The use of Smith’s Sure Kidney Lure ,will produce both. Try a bottle and be convinced. Your druggist sells it. for 50’ Low Rate to Washington. On account, of the National nncamp ment G. A R. the Southern Railway Cos., will sell tickets to Washington, D. 0., and return for ? j 4.25 tor* the round trip. Tickets will be on sa,c Octoner 3rd, 4th, 5 and Oth, and are limited to October juth, but by paying SO cents and deposit.ng ticket with Joint agent at Washington, the limit, will be extended, to November third. A gifedt many side trips from Washington to points of interest have been arranged at very ( iow rates. Read the News’ Want Column. For Sale Steamer Wilmington. J>ength, SO feet; breadth, 21 feet; hold, 6 feet depth; stern wheel. Pas senger list, 50; excursion list, 250; car ries 250 life preservers. Built of nest yellow pine and wnite oak timbers. Will sell on easy terms. If Interested, address, AUGUSTUS OEMLER, Care Isaac Q. Haas, Savannah, Ga. Rob Roy flour, When yo* want a load of good wood for 75 cents, ’paone iaß-3, or ca.. at yard, comar I street and Cochran ave. HE TOOK THE SHOWER :JAT H And It Drove Slim i rom . <.s*;j<• in* HaeU to New I After n week of little journeys, strik ing here and there :i few miles to ab sorb llio Yoseuiite valley from a dozen coignes of vantage, we were whipping the Illi'.oueUe one afternoon for moun tain trout, says the World's Work. “Tomorrow,” said a voice, ”1 shall take a shower bath under the seven teen hundred foot fall.” “You,” said another voice, “are a fool.” “Not at II.” came back argumenta tively. "The river's very low. What there is of it turns to spray in the first hundred feet; it will simply come down like rain. Why, you'd go under the Bridal Veil yourself. Only that's prosaic. This is something big. Come on.” “Not I.” But l was there to see. The water, as he had said, came down, n consid erable part of it, in rain and spray that flow out on llie wind incredible distances. But to crawl down, dressed in a bathing suit, closer to the main stream that fails to the pool and upon the rocks with a murderous swish in Ihe air and a roar like a railway train when it strikes was during to fool hardiness. At any moment a veering wind might swing the whole mass upon the tall, slim figure backing tentative ly on all fours down the jagged talus slope, his eyeglass pebbles glinting cheerfully. A steady breeze kept the fall swung out it little the oilier way, and the spray burgeoned out far up I lie other slope. The roar was deafen ing. All at once the wind shifted, the water swung back, and in a flush the human figure was blotted out in a del uge that turned me sick. For a sec ond that seemed an hour it played on the spot fiendishly, it seemed to me, standing horrified there, and then slowly it swbpt away. And then there was a movement, a painful,era wiing movement.down there on the slope, and 1 scrambled down the slippery rocks to help a blinking, creep ing, much surprised youth, bleeding from a hundred cuts, up to where his clothes lay. lie was slil! too dazed to speak. When his breath returned and Ids extra glasses were perched again on his nose, lie said: “The oceans fell upon me! For God's sake, come lajck to New England!” And wo went. Plonk Soup. Some years ago a thrifty old cot tager named Bethlii Rummy attended service every Sunday morning at the little church of St. Elzelvir, distant some two miles from her cottage on a hillside ill Derbyshire. As reg ular in her provision for temporal wants as she was in attendance to spiritual necessities, her custom was to place a piece of bacon In a pot near the lire to be ready cooked against her return. Then, with her big prayer book wrapped In a snowy handker chief, Betliili trudged on to St. Elze vir's. One Sunday, however, she came late and flustered to her usual place, Just In front of the reading desk and to her vicar's astonishment remarked as she unfolded the snowy handker chief: “Lawk n daisey me! If I haven’t b’iled the prnyor book and brought the bacon to church!”- -London Chronicle. Read the News’ Want Column. WE WILL MAKE YOUR FURNl ture loo” as tjood as new for a small amount. We do not remove from your premises. Phone 212. J. W. WATKINS. Notice. I will lie out. of tiie city until Sep tember 25 and during that nine my dental office will be closed. C. M. GOWAN. Virulent Cancer Cured. Startling proof of a wonderful ad vance in medicine is given by druggist G. W. Roberts, of Elizabeth. W. Ta. An old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced incurable cancer. They believed his i-ase hope] cats till ho used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklon’s Arnica Salve, which treatment completely cured hirn. When Electric Bitters are used to expel bilious, kidney and mi crobe poisons at the same time this salve exerts its matchless healing power, blood diseases, skin eruptions, ulcers and sores vanish. Bitters 50c., salve 25c. at all druggists. Swans Down flour. Typewriter Headquarters. Do you wish to buy, sell or rent a machine of any description? You will find it to your interest to call on me. Can sell you a typewwrlter at such a price and on such terms that you will not miss the money. C. II JEWETT. Rob Roy flour suits the ladies. Notice to Masters. The News will publish ship notices at $1.50. It Is the only legal medium through which these notices can be published. Read the News’ Want Column. Healthy K'dneys Means Long Life. If you want to restore your kidneys to their former state take Smith Sure Kidney Cure—-50 cents at druggists. Clark, the leading and up to date colored barber, has all the latest tilings connected with an up to date barber shop. The Only Guaranteed Kidney Cure. is Smi—’s Sure Kidney Cure. Your druggist will refund your money if after taking one bottle you are not satisfied with results. 50 cents. The sensible housewife will always use Rob Roy flour. ■•la! Ms MCf OrlSI .... ~. Are you a slave to housework ? GOLD DUST has done more than anything else to emancipate women from the back-breaking burdens of the household. It cleans everything, about the house -pots, pans, dishes, clothes and woodwork. Saves time, money and worry. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chicago, New York. Boston, St. Louis. - Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. Mrs. Laura S. Webb, Vice-President of Women’s Democratic Clubs of Northern Ohio. pip] HERE ARE MANY I I I sickly women bc- I * I tween the ages of 4 5 and 65, but there are very few invalids over 6S and 00 years of age. The change of life coming to a woman near tier forty fourth year, either makes her an invalid or gives her anew lease on life. Those who meet this change in ill health sel dom live ten years afterward, while a woman who lays aside the active duties of womanhood in health sel dom fails to live on in iiappiness, years after she has passed 60. This is truly a critical time. Mrs. Laura S. Webb, of Toledo, Ohio, recognizes the change of life as a dangerous period and she also lias faith in Wine of Cardui. She writes: “As I had always been troubled more or less at the menstrual period, I dreaded WINEof CARDVI 4 Rob Roy flour gives the best results. Miss Kate Slater has the newest ready to wear Hats, the Kromico. Call and sea them. WOODFORD MABRY, Attorney-At-Law. Special attention given to the col let rj'>u of accounts. Office in Austin building. Why jo We Go to Bed at Night? Because the herl will not come to us. ..ut pain in tnc bowels Will, which can he relieved by Dr. Digger’s Huckle berry Cordial, wlf'-li cures all bowel troubles. Cures i* ■ children when f-- - -lilng. Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, etc. Sold by all druggists, 25 and 50c. bott !e. THE TORNADO SEASON IS LPON UC STORM INSURANCE Protects at Small Cost. INSURE NOW. DON'T DELAY. J. A. MONTGOMERY & CO. The popular I’ealesi.ate and Insurance agency. Phone 134-3. 302 Gloucester St. Notice of Removal. Until my new quarters are ready for occupancy 1 will share the office with Mr. C. W. Deming, next door to Dr. Boroughs, on Newcastle street. C. H. JEWETT. Try Rob Roy flour. TTporur, 1007 (J Street^ paint3r and paper hanger. Signs of any uescription. Agent for wall-pape mills. Drop me a postal, Phone 289-3 Largest load of wood in the city for 75 cents. Ring ’phone 138-3 or call ’phone 138-3 or call at yard, corner avenue. Mrs. Laura S. Webb. the change of life which was last approaching. While vis iting with a friend I noticed that she was taking your Wine of Cardui, and she was so enthusiastic about it that I decided to try a bottle. I ex perienced some relief the first month, so I kept on taking it for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take it oil and on now until I have passed the climax. Ido not dread it now, as I am sure that your Wine of Cardui will be of great benefit at this time.” Wine of Cardui is the remedy to re-inforce a woman against the shock that conies with the change of life. It re-estab!i.slie\ healthy functions after years of suffering. In doing this it has saved thousands of suf ferers just in time. l)o not wait until suffering is upon you. Thor ough preparations should he made in advance. Begin the Wine of Cardui treatment today. ■•Art *!'' (cod! JP[o ILj WHY SUFFER From colds, coughs, rheumatism and other ills that are sure to come as fall approaches. Relief if not certain cure is within easy reach. Our stock of DRUGS AND MEDICINES Contains all the well known specifics for these troubles. What you or your doctor want can be quickly supplied. We deliver calls to your physician as promptly as possible if you will phone SMITH’S PHARMACY TO ESCAPE FROM POOR PLUMB ING is easy if one wishes to do so. It’s simply a question of WHO’S YOUR PLUMBER? Settle that by engaging us to do all necessary work and there will be no flimsy material or defective workman ship. Upon the completeness, effec tiveness and durability ot our work de pends our reputation. We eannot risk this through failure to please. A. H. BAKER, ?,0S Gioueester, Street. I ~.s."" l'.’P V JJJ- mi—BMBBBEBggB ROB ROY FLOUR IS THE BEST. fyPTJPMBER. 10.