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VOLUME 6. NUMBER 5.
BRUNSWICK TO WORK FOR THE STATE ROAD FUST STEPS OT TIE LEAGUE ——- This Important Matter was Taken Up at a Meeting Held Kesterday \ It COMMITTEE WAS AfPOiNTEO Which Will at Once Begin Work Piac lng Brunswick Squarely in the Race as Candidate for Ter ■ j minus of the Road. The people of Brunswii’fe&nro to make a strong fight for the state road. They are beginning to realize that it is going to lit* 1 ujlt to tlio sea and they art* going to do then lev 1 host, to tiring it to Braiusw/ '■ whets taught to come. A>-jBVi- matter was taken up at the the Commercial League afternoon lesnlution ■RHrerml directing Uiai every *i rlfllWie made to brihg the road to 1 Brunswick. On motion, finally the L chairman appointed jtjjitenmittee to [ draft a set of res* iiini to that gt '■ les-vi:t the next of the I. f&iie, The matter dismissed by itPose present alul'ajE general t epiitdon was that * sliouid ta&W ule liy the : fHkjEf Brunst. irk" 1 6 Induce the here The chairman a;>- poTBF " follow fug tiquuninef t. ML r* <nluthlris land pr.-sen* next meeting of the OeaJKo* H. Beaty r P. Goodyear, t JT* S. i wjtty. The eommilt.ee will get to work on the matter at once and every effo t. will lie made to place Brunswick prominently to the front in the fight to have the state road seen tide-water in Brunswick. NEW LAW FIRM COL. W. E. KAY FORMS PARTNER SHIP WITH TWO JACKSON VILLE ATTORNEYS. —. I Announcement was received in tl. : city yesterday of the formation of r new firm in Jacksonville, of whim Col. W. K. Kay. formerly a member of the firm of Kay, Beunet & Conyers, of this city, Is the senior menu or. tb others being John L. Boggett ami William P. Smith. The new firm win become effective on October 1. This announcement occasioned some? little surprise in Brunswick, as It was' generally thought that hereafter Col. 1 Kay would devote his entire time to the legal affairs of railroads, but ia the announcement IV is stated that the firm will etigage%n the genera' practice of law In the mwc of Florida The two attorneys aswclttted with Cvl. Kay are among known lawyers in Florida. John v Itpggett Is judge of tlte criminal rt of lluval county and William K ’llth is one of the best known attoA, M Jacksonville. iue commnauun t£ these three attorneys will mate Of the strongest firms in of the country, and Col. K Wpf)9R| Brunswick friends will ®B . ;|- much sue ess. fv i BRUNSVVICimI BIG MlnJ| r Tlte Kik's Minstrel. f . I That is the neat ajfl 0. enswi'-k iij local anii Jm: i.i mo of the bigg; 'w. Md • or given In tin®*. At the meeting Of # night ibis matter wJj| 0 mis practical' -cel some time \ ••. her under thc^B Bt ' matter n by U>e W, ■in tiers thought Ufa r**t "'SJ| W Active jfc '** u,r k% j ; . >*, * gtrei will i ?W® i v r iT r 'ii---- - THE DAILY NEWS. MANY HERE FAVOR RUSSELL. Believed That He Will Carry This County for Judgeship. It is more than probable that Judge ! R. B. Russell will be one of the suc cessful candidates in Glynn county for a place In the new court of appeals. His candidacy is receiving much sup port In this county and the chances are that he will receive a large vote. Just who the other successful can didate will be can not even be guessed at. There are quite a number in the race and nearly all of them have many friends here, and therefore :t is expected tnat it will take the final count to decide the winners. Reports from all over the state In dicate that Judge Russell will sure.y De one of the members of the new court of appeals. OUTSIVUICI FORMER BRUNSWICK IAN WRITES OF HOW THE CITY SHOULD MAKE PROGRESS. The following letter from P. X:. L'lsch. an old Brunswicklan, now or Jacksonville, will he of interest: Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 1!::, laOS Editor Hail) N.-ws. Brunswick, Ga. freu r Sir: 1 have been reading your paper pretty closely lately, am want to commend you on the stain you take regarding allowing the Southern Bell Telephone, and Tele graph Company to begin laying con duits, and otherwise improve Bruns wick. 1 have noti. ed from time to time you, through vdSr newsy paiier have been pouring ' holkhot into this corporation on the very poor service given UruiiW wick In the past. There is no douM that they ’rave Imposed on you got® people too long, and now that thej want to give you au up-to-date syJ tern, the same as other live progreß sive cities, some do not wantwimm tl do it, at least for awhile, will allow me to make a suggesuWi 1 realty tMirtf-Ttgltt 'new is rnw-tw*** to allow them to go to work. Who the authorities get ready for them' to come in and begin work, they may have other work that will require their attention, and thus keep Brunswick waiting. For your information beg to ud*jse there was a Jacksonville seme mmfffis ago for putting down larger s* wers to lake the water off taster than heretofore, and the work has Ibecn going on since August. The fine of pipe is be ing laid through one ot the bus/ streets, and while there has been some kicking that the work was not going on fast enough, not one wqyu has been said about throwing UP earth, The people here pull to -1 get her for the benefit of the city, and 'are always doing that which will m>- i prove the city, makes no difference how utueU time and money it taker. 1 don't think that any additional sickness has been the result of tills digging.' oil the other nand the lm ' pi overm uts made will greatly benefit the city. . When the earth is throws u® the • sand is sprinkled with i fectant of some kind to avoß| ‘ ppssible chance for sickness. ii want to congratulate you al* oi the way you keep after the Cornier • cla! league. This is one organiza% ! trial ought to hold together. It I do much for the forwarding of a eitv. 'and building it up, and i hope that jtlipse who have mievaiu' , against 'certain members Because tliey happen |co disagree on politics, etc., and can 'not see only their own way will come , .iround all right, and all pull tuguyj| hir the OSStllMiuß of it. uilbWick, mu ucnefft all of her citizens. Yours very truly, Bk -- P- M. UCSOH, Byßfi- - HITT COUIIT. HELD MEETING —t — Humber ol Routine Mailers Were Disposed ol by Colons Last Right 11011 SIDEWALK MATTER i It Came in for Considerable Discus sion—Petition of Telephone Com pany Turned Down by Board of Health. council met in regular semi monthly session last night and trans acted a of routine matters. Those present at the meeting were Mayor Hopkins and Alderum* V*>o 1. Robinson, Cook, gf, olden, Wvli^e ami Gale. aL The first matter t .ken tip port from City fSngiueer tive to the placing of sidewalks if *'‘A| Union street. In the repo id he ihat only four or five of tha prop- h owners had complied with the ' J\\ uauce. that others hud the work, while many had mu/? tha statement that they did net urn* nd to do the work and had him to have the city proceed lArthe work and issue /executions aiHisl tliojje The matter win dismisSd for ful? half an hour and was finally referrH to the finance and public works coin mil tee with power to act. H Several of the aldermen entered into Li discussion of this mutter. Borne oi jßOniii thought that the ordinance l-uld be rigidly enforced, other i that some contractor ahouhi K* secured to do the work, while rVhers wore of the opinion that the . nnuiuee should look thoroughly into before rendering a report and,’ 'So will be dong. A 'Btoicatiou was received from -I'oStta. A Smltn, announcing that \ro wUßsevernl hundred houses In g -\swickTwt numbered, which great- the vnail carriers. stated that the iiostofiice de partment at VVaslnngtou required that houses be numbered in every city there is free delivery and he requested that the city give tlie mat ter its attention at once. The com munication was referred to the mayor, wno instructed the chief of police to detail an officer to make t vjqnd qo secure a list of all houses not man bered. The board of health, to fi’lUch war referred the petition of dm Southern Bell Telephone Company, asking lhe right to begin work at once on their improvements, excavations being ne-.- essary, reported adversely, stating that there was a city ordinance whle.u prevented excavafion from May 1 to November 1, amSthat the ordinance should not he v@ated. This practi cally means that telephone peo ple will not beglißfSßk on their im provements until ■B9fcbtr. Mayor Hopkins a resolu tion, giving m iMV'r r a va<:!l ' Lion of ten ‘mjys meting him '.I attend a convei>? It trViiutiouai engineers to JW I' . lesolntloii f* r - 1 Alderintiri , . P 1 v’s., 11 * 11. ir y Via $ to\ V I fjp Y iim sMsHk nHnna|| I.IIK 111 • Wate: < BRUNSWICK. GA., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28. 1906. TIMELY CARD ON SITUATION —♦ ■ % m Judge Courtland Symnyp Writes ol tbe Comii I Political Contest \ GIVE- Mi, SYMONS 1 REST He Thinks JjßflsGood Citizx/las Been WorkrtFOvertime and t> \ rveß a if f Vacation—Suggests Go for the jMr. Editor by ifns after ""'tf'S the poliiical cat lia! f 5F n le l out of the polftcal bag. The Mliimer of turning hi* out is indeed. 1 A u "lu* front page of that \iperT3 Vi article headed, "Who ior Mayor j Sula merchant, whose giwii. Is quoted as Igjuu' , allot her Vein J, yflfcgil null giii'il^V'^® jBB aslWW the vonsjSpH far men ”■ Jfiinswlck - hot | municipal do they u t a general aHwe u l ) ; gglhti ug tl* cau- of the then is - Will be unwise for anybody to rnukjyn fuss about It, tliat a hot cam paign wiii hurt the town, Well, to beglki with, a hot campaign ain't go ing hurt the town; a hot campaign never hurt vly town. The people who are coming here to start a*-hanU didn t take the precaution to inquire whether we would have a contest for mayor mid alderman, and no other ente*- prise that has started here has made the inquiry. Brunswick is going aheau not by virtlie of Itfl fu'iTitftf-ans," past or present, and its politics wont interfere with it. But ho* ever that may he, it is time to give Jr. Symons a rest. He has been wor ad overtime. For six years, or therea outs, that man lias had to hold fron one to two r.lhces. I done I* than two. And tp an/ that a town in it hasn't' got be ptia ibpt one nj‘ J*u \ UjUpn )s suclk /times Mto three can ua about lhnJ#-uiilil jP Symons nor to lin- one oi M had a iilunin, and •* tu-.fV Menu's r - L ~ \ TO CHANCE SITE OF QUARANTINE “ Pilots Working to Rave It Eoca'ld Beyond the Pres m Quarantine RORIES ACE 0 ra and Government Ca/iot Agree . In Purchase Price forifie Pres -O i m “ nt StAc- jCouM^pman 0 u. ifetl- | ■ 11 1 1111 usuilß J "'''lp 1W >' ■' Ii X ‘S R t • LA J 1S: 11 f I A 'T •' ■ C' °* 'ii V - in t•. Dm ( of trators ps c jj Conyers and K, -JKf this city, and Geo. S, Hafi jßvaunah, re ported on the present site, fixing it at. This price was not agreed the matter has Speer's court and demanded, It is anticipated thfoVie govern ment will change the preset site am for that reason the pilots desire Con gressman Brantley to co-operate with SurgeoZ-General Wvmen in establish Mtg'Th/new station at "Middle Uiun ! shoa#' which seems to be a good, poinf Congress has appropriated. S2OJMMJ for the purpose of anew ipiar anJnc station and it is believed that iff-lie proposed change is matte, that tIA entire amount will be expended betterments to the property, as li tiie land of the government. The Board massed the resolution favoring the in sites ami as: lng the c(H|VntiQn of Congressman Brantleyi^^^maUer. rft WORK <*!> MEMBERS OF COMMERCIAL LEA HgUj) INTERESTING MEET 2m TAFTTO BE GOVERNOR MARINES SOON TO LAND GUNNERS ARE NOW OUT AFTER THE MARSH HENS. The heavy winds of tne past few days has been the death signal to the marsh hens and they have been slaughtered for the first time this season. As the wind has not been blowing northeast altogether, tm* tides have not been very high, bu' it is expected that it will be well over the marshes to-day and hundreds of the fishy game will be killed. BANK OFFICERS LIST OF THOSE WHO ARE AT THE HEAD OF THE GLYNN COUNTY BANK. The Glynn County Bank is the name of the new banking institution or ganized in this city and which wi.l begin business at an early date. Temporary organization has already been affected, and within the course of a few days or as soon as some decision is arrived at relative to a site for the bank building, active work on the structure will begin, ami the new* bank will he ready for (just ness as booh as possible. The follow ing temporary officers have been elected: President, J. J. 1 ott; directors, .1. J. Lott, j, i,. Allen, T. Newman, H. W. Gale and H. F. dußlguon. All of these officers are well-known Brunswick business men except Mr. Allen, who is a banker of Cliipley, Ga., and Is at present Interested m several banks in the state. The Knights of Pythias, at a meet ing to be held to-night, will decide whether or not they will sell to the new concern their large lot corner or Gloucester and Reynolds streets, which is desired for a site. Some * i the members are in favor of dispos ing of the lot, -provided the seconu story be equipped for a K, of P. hail, while others think It host for the lodge to hold the lot and erect a building of its own at some future time. IT COST 17,10 THAT IS THE AMOUNT THESTATt WILL HAVE TO PAY TROOPS SENT TO ATLANTA. — . i The following Is from the Atlanla Georgian of yesterday, and will be of general interest: The service of (he national guard Mi Atlanta since Saturday night and no to glie dismissal of all outofdttwn companies Wednesday morniii^gwi:l, cost the state in the r ‘i; $7,000, '"* ua M Wednesday riKornlng I ‘‘ ' Ter rell and Colonel Knde rii< ed th i situation sufliede-w'’’ allow ail the out-ot tm ’ , ' return 1 ’ties will mt | I '• \ night 1 A / the SeabourdT*tlie Miri g'-y company returned suburban fti Wednesday morning, the Madison ■ , ' s ' BviAffljh J-ompany will leave at S: 30 o’clock, | Griffin and Barnesville companies ai U, the coml'ined Home and i.indmo [companies at 4:00 via the Southern (and the Cedartown company via the Seaboard noon. W Governor r in military forces *” He stated that ■toy the situation (Irmly BMUHBffb and themselves P BECHOES [ 0 CONl|®\w # > jsßt olp I iw’r IfMhtn * -j tmnts fLfJM ' ■ 1 "T ■ *i . njaffiL’M iSar- 1 ■ i.rlngii.ijf; MhSmH nL - p.flH w( 7a B ®i;*| jf 11 •> Xj IV\ i- PRICE FIVE BENTS, CUBA FACES A NEW CRISIS • H No Possible Chance of a Setflsiiist ot tbe Pres et trouble TAFT EXPECTS liTERYEITIH He Charges President Palma With Da ception and a New Turn Take* Place in Cuban Situation— Troops are Ready to Move. Havana, Sept, 27.—A new crisis is the condition i„ c u ha to-day. Many United States marines are now ready to land on ti„. island. There is no possible chance of a settlement of tha differences between the government ami revolutionists. Secretary Tart charges President Palma with decep tion and looks ahead to the interven tion. It is more than iikelv that he wI.T act as governor. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS WILL TAKE UP MATTER TO-NIGHT. _ the meeting of Oglethorpe lodge, Knights of Pythias, to bo held in Cas tle Hall to-night, the offer recently made the lodge for the purenase of their lot corner of Gloucester and Reynolds streets will probably be taken up and some decision will be arrived at. As stated in these columns yester day the lodge has been made an offer of $4,7.->0 for the lot by the promoters of the new bank, which is wanted for ■the*uwrpose of erecting anew ban* building. The bidders have also agreed to equip llu second story for a lodge Knights. Mem bers of (he yesterday were un uhle to state would be done with l lie propositiolV IAMjIDE INTERESTING HELD YES DELEGAT.E * fo MEETING. ,■ Al il nieet.ing of the Hoard of Trade l yesterday morning a resolution | was adopted authorizing the Boar-1 U> send a delegate to the meeting oL , tlie State Railroad Commission to ufl i held October t, when the matter I switching charges is to lie handlJr Tin; Board also named C. D. ; the delegate to represent Brunsvfck meeting of the commission.mnu ; Asked the city council to appropilko J° 8,1 ■* °f $2-1 to pay the expeiws of the delegate to Atlanta. Asa mat | ter of fact the bearing In Atlanta on | October 4 has no earthly local Inter est, It being an Atlanta move to„tm l>e! the Southern and the h. & N. to deliver cars from and to each other In that city as Is the case In other cities. ihe matter of switching here tjri ■Brunswick jis perfectly satisfactory as between the shippers and roads and It Is not apparent jn*Pwhat good the Brunswick an accomplish at the ing. m s