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""** "Hthe TIP OF THE TOfl'
RELEASES THE ‘ * ',*
TRIP - LOCK /
When Babies Arrive
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in Brunswick
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They Immediately Recognize
This Firm as Being—
BABY HEADQVARTERS
With the Following Reprseentative Lines:
Green Point trip-lock Cribs, Trimble’s
Kiddy-Koops, Rock-a-Bye Swings and
walkers, Lloyd Carriages, Heywood
Chairs, Reed Clothes Baskets.
, YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH US
H. M. MILLER FURNITURE CO.
Forman Grocery Cos
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A Few Specials:
BEST FLOUR. 30c to $1.15 sack
LARD 15 Ib.
WHITE 8AC0N....... 10c to 15c lb.
BREAKFAST BACON . -. 20c to 30c lb.
SLICED HAM . 40c lb.
WHITE HOUSE COFFEE' :. .. .. .. .38c lb.'
LIPTON’S COFFEE ' 35c lb.
ARBUCKLES COFFEE 20c and 25c lb.
SWEET POTATOES 25c pk.
IRISH POTATOES.. 04c lb.
FRESH MEATS
CHOICE STEAK 2C lb.
GOOD STEAK „. , 10c lb.
BEEF ROAST lOcto lSdb
GEORGIA PORK.. ... . > :iscto2sdb.
HOME MADE PORK S AUSAGF. 25c lb.
HAMBERUER.. .. . .. lOclb
*i ’• We Deliver
FORMAN GROCERY CO,
W. S. NEWMAN, MQR.
2010 NEWCABXPB BT. PHONE 242.
Notice!
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We thank our custom
ers who have been so
loyal, and have contin
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ued trading with uS 'at
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our temporary quar
ters. T>" ;' s '
Brunswick Service
Station
BOARO WILL KEEP
A DEMONSTRATOR
Delegation Appeared Before
Commissioners Yesterday
Morning and Urged That This
Important Place be Coninued
With Mrs. Merritt in Charge.
At the meeting of the board erf coun
ty commissioners yesterday morning,
a delegation appeared before that
body asking that the county demon
stration department be continued and
with Mrs. Madge B. Merritt in charge.
After hearing various persons who
gave valuable information along poul
try, truck, etc.,•dines, the board decid
ed to continue this department and
Mrs. Merritt will have charge of it
as usual.
It had been rumored that It was the
intention to abolish this department
and for the purpose of
showing the board what a valuable
service was coming from it and the
good results obtained, the delegation
weht before the commissioners. Facts
and figures were presented which con- 1
vinced members that what it cost the
county to maintain this department
was money well spent.
One of the ladies said yesterday:
“The demonstrator is the agent for
the producer and for the consumer.
The farmer with a ton of hay and a
carload of corn finds a market at
home for these products through her
efforts; the farmer’s wife with a sur
plus of eggs and poultry finds a mar
ket with the city housewife.
‘VThe farm and home demonstration
agents help the city folks as. much as
much as they do the country people.
If there Is a scarcity of any commodi
ty—say vegetables—the person pro
ducing that particular thing can ask
whatever price he pleases, but when
the farmers, through these agents,
raise more vegetables the price bo the
consumer, city folks, would be less.
“Up until the last year Or so the
Irish potatoes consumed in our city
were shipped here from northern mar
kets and there is no better place to
grow them than right here. The peo
ple are being educated along this line
by our demonstration agents. This
year three carloads of seed Irish pota
toes were planted in Glynn county and
soon we expected to see the local sup
ply equal to the demand and, even
tually, ship to other, markets. When
grown here they ard cheaper and the
money paid for them stays here."
New Fall and Winter
Styles
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■ We get new STYLES but can not get new words
to describe them, and the old over-worked words
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have lost their pristine vigor.
Our New Fall Suits
For Young Men
deserve high quality adjectives, but will simply say
: the suits are GOOD. (If there were better suits
you’d find them here )
In cloth and make supcrior*to what you’ve seen in
recent years: in pattern and colors, richer effects;
in models, unusual .variety.
Men’s Suits Men's Overcoats
$25.00 to $45.00 $27.50 (o $45.00
Stephens, Lorentzson & Sheffield
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FORMER CITIZEN
EXPIRES IN TAMPA
William B. Colesbery,
Years a Well Pop
ular City,
Died
Fla.
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.o’va 1
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taking to
his relatives ana friends.
Deceased spent his childhood and
early manhood in Brunswick. For a
long number of years he was connect
ed with the naval stores department
of the Downing Company, later he fol
lowed the lumber industry. In both
he was efficient and capable. For the
past sixteen years Mr. Colesberry has
not resided here, a part of the time
he spent in Georgia, later going to
Tampa, where he lived when death
came. He was connected with the
lumber business there and, after re
gaining his health, was doing exceed
ingly well,
Mrs. Colesberry leaves large family
connections to mourn his loss. His
sisters are Mrs. A. V. Wood, Mi's. R
T. Hitch, Misses Lula and Florence
Colesberry, of this city, and Miss Nel
lie Colesberry, of Jacksonville.
The body will reach the city at 11
o’clock this morning and the funeral
will be held from St. Mark’s Episcopal
church, corner Gloucester and Egmont
streets, at 4 o’clock this afternoon,
Rev. William Johnson, officiating, and
interment will be in Palmetto ceme
tery.
ARRESTED FOUR STEALING
JOE LEITER’S FINE LIQUOR
(Ry Associated Press.)
Washington, Nov. 1. —Four arrests
were made here by the police depart
ment tonight in connection of the rob
bery of rare liquors from Joseph Lett
er’s summer home on October 11.
This robbery is said to have been
the largest single theft of liquor since
prohibition became effective.
FORMAL OPENING POSTER’S
HAT SHOP THIS MORNING
* Porter’s Hat Shop, with Misses
Mary and Florence Porter, as sucres-
NOTICE ‘ gßi# * ' f 1 • SWEATERS
DISPLAY SOld °" ly
BRADLEY SWEATERS
FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY .
FEW PEOPLE need to be argued into preferring a BRADLEY
SWEA lER.—No one can be argued out of it. If the price were
higher, it would still be worth the difference, but there is no dif
ference in price.
COMPARE
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flora to thoi ate Miss Kate Slater, will
formally open this morning and it is
needless to say that the ladies if the
city will be present to see the very
latest In hats, et<\ '
The Mias# Porter have an entirely
new line of the celebrated (Inge hills
and it is their desire that feminine
Brunswick visit their store the open
ing day.
DON’T
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Be Caught Napping!
There is Cold Weather
Ahead! ■
Select That Heater Now
We Have It —Just the
One You Want!
Lynn-Gould Hardware Company
THE WINCHESTER STORE
Gloucester St. Phone 261
House - Keepers
Have No Cause to Worry
About Washwomen
When they can send everything to the
Brunswick Laundry
and have them washed in a dean, sanitary manner, re
turned to the home within a few hours at just the right
dampness for ironing. We call this “WET WASH,” the
cost is 5 cents per pound.U & jMi'Kilfii- SttWkM
Let us be your washwoman!
Brunswick Laundry
(INC,)
F. M. BELL, Manager
Phone 129 1610 Richmond St.
NOV. 2, 1921,

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