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The Brunswick news. [volume] (Brunswick, Ga.) 1906-2016, November 23, 1922, Image 8

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HEATERS
Are you thinking of putting a
heater in your home?
IF YOU ARE
Come to headquarters and make
your selection.
Our Prices Are Most Attractive.
All Kinds and Sizes
Wood, Coal, Oil and Gas
United Supply Cos.
HARDWARE HEADQUARTERS
Cl AAA Insurance policy and The
flvUv Brunswick News for $7.50
BOTH FOR A N ENTIRE YEAR
COLE’S
HOT BLAST
HEATERS
33 1-3 Percent Less Fuel
BE WISE
Lynn-Gould Hardware Company
THE WINCHESTER STORE
Gloucester St. Phone 261
If the man
next door
should swing down his walk
tomorrow wearing a very unbe
coming hat you wouldn’t say a
word to him about it—would
you?
ft And should you pick out a block
nr-j that’s the worst in the block—
vPf Z I&TJ no one is going to call your at-
tention to' it either.
" Nobody wants the task of.tel!-.
'Mfliiiii ing you when your hat io ° ks
. tp- iff awful—but we want the job of
pprjn||| fitting you with one that will
' & New Oercoat shapes now—
brush up finish and scratch ef
fects—all as rough as a choppy
sea!
$25 10 $4O.
Stephens, Lorentzson & Sheffield
COOKING SCHOOL
CENTER OFIMEHESI
Proving Interesting But 'Number
Attending Must be Increaded
or Affair Will Not be Success
ful One.
Mrs. S. R. Dull’s cooking school
under the auspices of the Woman’s
Club, continues to be the topic of in
terest among the ladies of Bruns
wick.
However, unless more of the clul
members, and other patriotic women
come to the rescue of the club, th>
enterprise will not prove the finan
cial suecessi hoped ifor by the officers
of the ctab. Especially is this ap
peal directed to the club members
Who should stand squarely befoinc
this truly worthwhile undertaking
and back it up by their interest and
attendance.
The menu yesterday consisted o i
party biscuits, planked steak and Po
tato salad, served in cabbage “roseSi”
The steak, which was juicy am
tender after cooking, was garnishee!
with mashed potatoes, green pea
and rose apples. The dish wasi noi
only a joy to the eye, but deliciou
to the Palate.
The dainty biscuits were brown
and flaky, exemplifying the Dull
method of making, to perfection.
When we thing of potato salad,
oftentimes we are not expecting S(
much, in the way of something gooc
to eat, but yesterday proved the ex
ception to the rule. The potatoe:
were prepared in the usual way
then mixed with finely chopped cab
bage, which had been removed from
the inside of the small cabbagt
heads, in which the salad was served
Russian salad dressing was use,
in the salad.
Mrs. Dull showed just how th
cabbage “roses” were prepared, and
filled with the salad mixture, they
were very attractive indeed.
The question of balanced meal*
was gone into, and fully explained by
Mrs. Dull.
Conservation of gas, and how t<
utilize the oven for cooking vegeta
bles, was the subject of an interesting
■ talk by the teacher.
A menu, containing fish and oys
ters, will be given this afternoon
Provided the fish can be gotten. Oth
erwise, something equally as inter
esting, will be given.
It is hoped that the Woman’s CluV
will receive the co-operation that if
so richly merits by the women of the
city aiding this project by their at
tendance.
The class opens at three o’clock and
admission is fift cents.
GOMPERS DECLINES TO
MIX IN LABOR MEETING
(By Associated Press.)
Washington, Nov. 22.—Invitation
to participate with the Internationa
Federation of Trade unions held in
I December 10, was rejected today by
i President Gompers and the executive
! council of the American Federation
| of Labor.
'XMAS Sims SALE
i BEGINS OK DEC. 1
Mrs. C. H. Crawford, of the
Board of Health to be in
Charge of Work This Year in
This Vicinity.
Mrs. C. H. Crawford of th e Bruns
wick board of health, will be in
charge of the regular Christinas sale
of Red Cross Christmas card a this
yead and the sale will inaugurated
on December first.
A s is generally known the proceeds
cf these sales is devoted -to the care
of tuderculosis patients, in the cities
wher e the sale is conducted.
Mrs. Crawford has furnished some
interestinw data on the subject o?
tuberculosis, which is interesting.
In the United States it is estimated
that 160,000 persons die each year of
tuberculosis. 'Of the 90,000,000 Peo
ple now living in this country, it is
estimated that 8,000,000 are doomed
•to die of tuberculosj s unless th e dis
ease is checked.
Tuberculosis is fast becoming, jr
fact already is, a class disease; it is
much more prevalent among the poor
than the well-to-do. Hence the pre
vention of tuherculocsis has become
a sociological problem. Poverty with
all its attendant hardships, such as
puc ?[J:oaUoao ‘sutsnoq pRq ‘pooj rood
"worry, diminishes resistance to tne
infection; while prosperity, which
buys good food, rest, change of air
and scene, choice of occupation and
diversiondnereases our resistance tc
the infection. An increase of wage
or decrease of cost of living; short
ening the hours of work; iwprovim
the conditions of industrial hygiene:
adding to th e number of holidays;
playgrounds, parks and wholesome
reccreation, all help to increase our
resistance against and dimish the
prevalence of tuberculosis.. Science
has shown th e w a y; it remains for
society to apply the knowledge.
SOUTH GEORGIA
METHODISTS OPEN
* ANNUAL SESSION
CONFERENCE AT WAYCROSS
MAY CONTINUE THROUGH
NEXT SUNDAY.
(By Associated Press.)
Waycross, Ga., Nov, 22. —The south
Georgia Methodist conference opened
its annual session here today with
Bishop W. N. Ainsworth of Mason,
presiding.
Preliminary to the opening session
a number of the conference boards
\ver e in session late yesterday fromu
lating plans in connection with meet
ing which will propably last thrdugh
Sunday.
The board of mission reported the
following new missions created:
Cor dele district: Clearview\ Osier
field. Wesleyan. Bon Aire, Ptneview
and Fjnleyson.
Dublin district: Soperton.
Mason district; Gordon, Newberg
Worthen.
Mcßae disf ict: West Green.
Savannah district: Pierve, Por
Wentworth, Thunderbolt, Isle o
Hope.
Thomasville district; Eldorado and
Vada.
Valdosta district; Lake Park.
Waycross district; Darien and A
r-o, Townsend.
A conference on commission,, an
evangelism will be held in Maco -
Januady 9 to 10. it is announced
lOGII! COMPANY
ADCS NEW LINE
Brunswick Service Station to
Handle Chevrolet Cars ir
Glynn, Mclntosh and Camden
Counties.
Announcement Is made that the
Brunswick Service Station has ac
cepted the lo:al representation tor
the famous Chevrolet cars for tin
Brunswick and Glynn county terri
tory as well a; for the entire countie'
of G’Unn, Mclntosh and Camden
The ’Chevrolet needs very little irj
troduction to the American peon l
anywhere; it is in shrdlu ff ffffg?
self and it is recognizedd a s one c
the best values for th e money in th
whole automobile world. ,
The Brunswick Service Station, ong
of the most complete and best ap
pointed in Georgia, propeses to bis -
this territory and i ? going to maP e
territory and it is going to make a
strong effort to miake its service
department a source of genulng pleas
ure to all Chevrolet owners-.
Incidentally Manager Andrews
Wright is s till keeping up that fine
record h e has mad e for “sudden serv
ice” in anything in th e auto line, in
cluding oils, gas, tires and general
accessories. A
finnift OUT
t9®Sbusiness
They Must Go
Men get your Overcoat Today
HALF PRICE
Styles are right. \our chance now. Do not delay
Boys and Childrens Suits and
Overcoats almost given away
SPECIAL
Mens $3.50 and $4 Kid Gloves
$1.45
A. Kaiser & Bro.
A. B. & A. ASKS RIGHT
ISSUE CERTIFICATE
REPAIR GONDOLAS
WANTS EIGHTY THOUSAND DOL
LARS TO IMPROVE THIS
‘ CLASS ROLLING STOCK
The Atlanta, Birmingham' and At
-1 antic railroad aeons permission to
issub certificates in the aggregate
sum of SBO,OOO for the repair of 400
wooden gondola cars in a Petition
filed with Judge Samuel 11. Sibley,
>f the United States district court
for the northern division of Georgia,
by B. L. Bugg, receiver for the road,
.hrdugh the law firm of Brandon &
Hynds. of Atlanta.
_ The petition sets forth tlyit the
gondola-, are rapidly deteriorating
and that, if placed in proper repair,
they eoudl be used for hauling lum
ber and other materials transported
on flat cars, bringing in to the rail
road a rental of $1 a day per car.
The petition states the cars can be
placed in proper repair for about
$215 each.
Judge Sibley set Saturday. Decem
ber, 2. as the date for a hearing and
ordered all parties concerned to ap- j
pear befote him on that date and'
show cause why the Petition should!
not be granted. Liens on A., B. & A.
K. R. property are held by the Bir
mingham Trust and Savings corpora- j
tion, the Old Colony Trust -company
and the Columbia Trust company. :
Copies of the petition were served on '•
the attorneys for these companies j
Tuesday morning.
MAKES PLEA FOR
SALE OF MUSCLE
SHOALS TO FORD
TENNESSEE MAN SAYS COST OF
NITRATE FERTILIZERS BE
TWO-THIRDS LESS
(By Associated 1 Press)
Chicago, Nov. 22.—A Plea for sup
port in persuading Congress to sell
the Muscle Shoals nitrate plant to
Henry Ford was presented to the
Southern Commercial Congress today
by W. T. McCowan, president of the
Fayetteville and Lincoln County
(Tenn.) Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Fiord’s operation of
the plant,” McGowan said, the
cost of nitrate fertilizers would be
reduced two-thirds; power, heat and
light will) be cheapened and ‘‘society
will make great strides instead of
eking out an existence.”
The congress closed its fifteenth
annual conventio ntoday with a dis
cussion of the trinity of transporta
tion—railways, highways and water
was—foreign credits for internation
al trade,, and the annual banquet to
night, at which governors of Nebras
ka, Maryland and Virginia and the
I ambassador of Peru Wei'S speakers.
Reg. Trade Mark, U. 3. Pat. Office. /
CORSETS
ABiessingto the Stout Ladies
T ‘Z47u£^ Fr ” ,&B * ok
ikj£. Trade Mark. U. 3. Pat. Office.
We also carry an extensive line of
Warners Corsets SI.OO to $5.00.
Home of Hart, Shaffner & Marx Clothes
THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1922.

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