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The Brunswick daily news. [volume] (Brunswick, Ga.) 1903-1906, September 15, 1906, Image 4

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ITS BARGAINS AIL CVt‘i THE STORE. WHITE AND BLACK
SHIRT WAISTS WORTH v 1.9S AT $3.75. GENUINE BARGAINS-
Zeimenovstz,
TRLr-'*ONr- 71 s ;.. hk Newcastle street.
r i ? *rv 'M ;.--nj *-• Walter, ( ashiei.
!•’ u. .*ll ;,! >;t. ‘ No 4(M. H. Slieldon, Asst. Cashier
w‘. .--J-'v-NAL BANK OF BRUNSWICK
C iM- Address f
NatCA.“ITAL $150,000.
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BRUNSWICK, GA., Sepi. 12, 1906.
TO IHS BOAR3 OF DIRECTORS,
THE NATICT'At. BANK C” BRUNSWICK,
GENTLEMAN: \
' , , r t-MBER, 1856. MR. C. DOWNING AND MR. E. H. MASON
o r r v-r A xt-VICE PRESIDENT, RESPECTIVELY, OF THIS EANK AND
THE ACTIVE DIRECTION CF 11 ■ '
, THEIR RE SPEC.': VE OFFICES HAVING NOW COVERED A PER
IOD OF TEN YEARS, IT p' R AND IT IS MY PLEASURE, TO BRING TO YOUR ATTEN
! i ■ *■ • r CIR EFFORTS BY SUBMITTING BELOW A COMPARATIVE STATE
r- N : p- • OWN IN STATEMENTS RENDERED IN RESPONSE TO THE
■ >.4-' Cl r LARS NAMED OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
H SHOT JG MADE SHOULD NOT ONLY BE A SOURCE CF CONGRATULATION TO
YOU TPr-. *> \ND THE ’ FICERS NAMED, BUT IS A STRIKING ILLUSTRATION OF THE PROSPERITY
OF OUR COMMUNITY.
RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED
E. D. WALTER,
CASHIER.
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1 < r , arative State ment of Gross Deposits
!896 S 178 919.64
j IBSB 201,255,45
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/ 1302 350,125,79
I S3ii4 381,148,25
1906 588,147.52
frier ase in Ten Years $408,227.88
BRUNSWICK ua'.LV NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, It#v*C,
Miss Bessie Decker re turns today to
her home in Baxley.
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Mrs. X. H. Ballard and children
have returned from. Greensboro.
M; Pauline Scarlett wUI spen I
iirxi w- i;i. li -te iL<* gu*-; t if. Mrs. F.!
< Dunn /
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Mi \n .i' Mdton leaves this!
i:io--:i!K for fl i./it ; . |llT '.vhere she
i'i niaki lor home. /
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.T.e.ar, 1 M;-:. Sakilind AH'.i’i
e: i i..!iini'*d In Al.iaiila aflci
i visit U> relatives i/i the city
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Mrs. R B. I. liijfford and children!
~.i Lila Stallings leave today■
l. ml '>’.i'* lim in Douglas.
All Jn!ph f,■ill hers and children!
!i n\ ■ today in jii:i Mi . Curuihers in
. York, wlieiti they will reside l’i|
fill ure.
j* • •
Mir J. F. BiiJa, who is viri’irig Mr; j
G. V’ i'liii" at {her country home, is!
spenulng a fowjdays in the city •vita
friends
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Mins I/i!lie Purdy, of Savannan,
who has beerl vlriting Mrs. N- C
Young, leaves {today to visit h r tin
cle. Gant .lor* Clark, on Jekyl.
Hon. .1 !.. foster, of Darien, will
move shortly Mr. Thomas Ga*
bu-’s former itnne. No. 21U Thirty
seventh ;;n eel. Vast. Savannah New
JSj •
Mi. si's Carrie and Lulu Starr,
Jh |i I)i < Ter, Mil Middleton. Mada
Me. Donald. Laura bud Marie Frazier|
Mi .rs. Kd Dri'kej Hrnesl McDon-j
aid spent yesterday al Frederica.
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Miss Marie Hopkins gave a birthday]
party yesterday afternoon in honor
ot her twelfth birthday. The table
was a picture with its ojiiantlbles
i of golden glow and the birthday eake
with Its twelve red candles, each
wound with ’bright tussel. which was
also draped very artistically over the
table Twenty-five children were
present and earn received a tiny box
of stationery as a sourvenlr.
Notice.
The Union Pressing Club has re
i moved from 309 Newcastle street .o
; the rear of tlu* store at 3J7 Newcastle
: Hereet. Phone 11J-3. VV. H. Martin
| manager.
| LO. ,T One goifl ueclace and lock*
i et. Monogram 'l. It. B. on other
! side engraved fro® mama and papa.
Suitable reward xvYl be paid for re
I urn to B BorclmrSl.
FOR RENT —Sevlti-room residence
itt 7o'l Howe street. Apply to I'M
Union street..
Society
Doings In
Misses Gale‘s Private School.
The Fall term of Misses Gale's
chool begins Sept. 24, lOOC.
Pupils are Fitted for college or
university. For further particulars
enquire of Miss M. J, Gale. 708 E S*
Yes*
We
Ha. v*i
’em
Kalamazoo Celery
Large Apples
Sugar Loaf Pine Apples
California Pcac!
California Plums
California Grapes.
California Pears
PHONE 3C7—See how quick
you will get Fruits, Vege
tables and Groceries out.
'Sm’MMkifieA
214 NEWCASTLE ST.
PHONE 307.
G F. ANDERSON, Agt,.
i r smith
t * V./ • tJ ’ - e 9 ifi
VISIBLE
TYPEWRITER
Typewriters Rented and Repaired
DOLLAR RIBBONS AT 75c.
iPersonals
J. Schofield Franklm. of Jackson
ville, is in the city. J
George T. Bailey, /f Nicholls,,spent]
yesterday in the ciy.
P. VV. Fleming lias returned from
a business trip to/Atlanta.
A. C Ban! s ieiver to-lit f,j- N< iv
York fur a two/we.: 1 .-, vara :r>
Constance Miller arrived yesterday'
from a short Jui-ihcs. :rip tc New;
York. I
G. R. BrLirot. a wo!! ivu Way-]
cross Klruggi. /. * i .ent y.-s’ ■ -l.iy in j
the city
Charlton Wright, of Sterling, was
among the to ilie you |
terday.
Young Soil hard left last night Tor
Colorado, where he goes for the bene
fit of his lealth.
A. J. Culvers, brother of Col, c. t
Conyers, pan accepted a posit i u
with Brow n & 00,
Thomas O’Connor has accented a
position i ; the Maim department ot
the A., J 5 & A in this city.
Col. W K. Kay, assistant general
counsel rf the A. C. L.. arrived in
the city -esterday and will be lr-r •
for several days. Ilia friends will
be pleased to learn that he has en
tirely recovered from ids recent ill
ness.
Folev* s honey ar. . Tar
for children,safe,sure. No a
CONEY, KifiG h 00,
Fref h Today
OYSTERS
TELEPHONE ORDERS GIVEN
PROMPT ATTENTION
PHONE 492.
C. Downing, President. E. D. Walter, Cashier. B
E. H. Manon. Vice President. No. 4944. C. H. Sheldon, Asst. Cashier
THE NATIONAL BANK OP BRUNSWICK 1
Cable Address
•’Nathan!:” CAPITAL $150,000.
BRUNSWICK, GA., Sep-. 12. 1906.
TO THE PUBLIC: \
YOUR INTEREST IN THE STATEMENT OF OUR GROWTH AS PUBLISHED HEREWITH
LIES IN THE FACTS. THAT YOUV CONFIDENCE AND PATRONAGE HAVE MADE THE GROWTH POS
SIBLE. AND. THAT IT IS EVIDENCE OF THE PROSPERITY OF YOUR’ COMMUNITY.
OUR AIM WILL BE TO MERIT A CONTINUANCE OF YOUR CONFIDENCE AND PATRON
AGE BY GIVING PROMPT, EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS ATTENTION TO YOUR BANKING'REQUIRE
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MENTS. AN IMMEDIATE IMPROVEMENT IN THE FACILITY WITH WHICH YOUR BUSINESS WITH
US MAY BE TRANSACTED WILL BE THE INSTALLING OF A SECOND TELLER. OTHER IMPROVE
MENTS WILL BE MADE AS OCCASION REQUIRES.
OUR SERVICE COVE RS EVERY RAMIFICATION OF LEGITIMATE BANKING.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO CHECK (Cheok Books Free.)
INTEREST BEARING CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT ARE ISSUED. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
ACCOUNTS MAY BF. OPENED WITH ONE DOLLAR.
loans ARE MADE ON PERSONAL SECURITY, APPROVCD COLLATERAL AND MER
CHANDISE iN STORAGE AND IN TRANSIT, OR THE DISCOUNT OF BILLS RECEIVABLE.
COLLECT YOUR CHECKS, DRAFTS AND NOTES THROUGH US, WHETHER PAYABLE IN, T
BRUNSWICK OR ELSEWHERE.
MONEY ORDERS A: D BILLS OF EXCHANGE WILL PROVIDE FOR YOUR REMITTANCE
TO OTHER POINTS, DOMESTIC OR FOREIGN.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR VALUABLE PAPERS, ETC, FOR RENT. ‘
INVITATION TO TRANSACT BUSINESS WITH US IS THEREFORE GIVEN TO EVEP,Y MAN
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WOMAN. AND CHILD. IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER WE CAN SERVE THEM ALL. THE SIMPLE DETAIL
OF ANY SERVICE WILL BE CHEERFULLY EXPLAINED ON REQUEST MADE PERSONALLY OR BY MAIL
VERY TRULY YOURS.
E. D. WALTER,
CASHIER
CHARACTER
L REPUTATION
€| The Difference between
Character and Reputation is
Mb ' tbet difference between actual
fact and appearance.
The/) /// The difference between
a ///
For Gentlemen /yCafy
at 6 SHOE"
and the ordinary is
1/ A tHe ditTcrenc , e j>. e ‘ween ap!
r\ fi <3 *nerit and disappoiiilpng
appearances : : i : : :
GREAT MILLINERY OFiMNi
- -in I.MIt iiiii n -n ■
Tuesday Sept. 18
< Sk
GREAT DISPLAY OF LADIES AND CHILDRENS HATsI
ALL THE LATEST CREATIONS IN THE MILLINERY AR®
STOCK ALL BRAND NEW, COMES DIRECT FROM NEW Y®
LADIES INVITED TO ATTEND.
MfSs LG, JACKSONI
OPERA HOCSE BLOCK. I
LA MAI SOM PARSSIENNE
“The ONLY French Ladies Tailoring and Dressmaking Es
tablishment in Georgia.
WILL HAVE ITS FALL—WINTER OPENING OCT FIRST.
FASHION PLATES AND MODELS IMPORTED DiRE®
FROM PARIS.
MR. and MME. R. DENSZET THANK THEIP CUSTOMERS
FOR THE PATRONAGE EXTENDED THEM THE PAST S
SON, AND ASSURE THEM THE VERY LATEST UP '0
DATE FASHIONS FROM PARIS FOR THE COMING SEAS,!*
OF 1906—1907.

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