Announcements of caadldat* in.
vte«ln this column ter 15.04 payable
strictly is advance.
„ FOR TAX ASSESSOR
me friends of M. E. Henderson an
nounce that he will be supported for
re-election to the office of Tax Assess
or for Ware county at the primary to
he ordered later by tae executlre com
mittee. Hr. Henderson has made an
For County Commissioner. | • A SOCIAL TANGLE.
I Hereby announce my candidacy The Result. of’TrTTtimpt t. Solve
tor county commissioner of Were the Complex Problem,
oounty, subject to tbs Domocrotto; “Wanted, three competent men
primary to be called later. I nsla vacancies _on the editorial
this announcement at the solldta-
tkm of frlondi, and because I be*
Here I am capable to fill tie position,
D. J. MILLHR.
Mr. D. A. Woodard announces that
be will be a candidate for. re-election
to the offlee of Sheriff of Ware county
subject to the action of Che Democratic
primary. Mr. Woodard asks the sup-
prt of the voters of Ware county.
FOR SOLICITOR CITY COURT
I hereby announce myself a cam!
Slate for Solicitor of the City COu .
~ot Waycross, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary to be call
ed Liter by the Democratic Executive
Committee. If elected. I promise to
fill the offlee to the best of my ability
without fear or favor. I earnestly sol
icit the support of the Democratic vot
ers of Ware county.
A. B. SPENCE.
FOR CLERK SUPERIOR COURT
1 hereby announce to my friends
and the voters of Ware county tha*
1 will be a candidate for re-election
to the offlee of Clerk of the Superior
Court at the Democratic primary to
be held later. I will greatly appreci
ate the support of the voters of the
E. J. DERRY.
D. A. WILLIAMS FOR TREASURER.
The friends of D. A. Williams an
nounce that he will be warmly sup'
ported for the office of treasurer at
the coming democratic primary. Mr.
Williams has made a most efficient,
fficer and has performed all the du
ties pertaining to his offlee, to the en
tire satisfaction of the people of Ware
county and we ask that ho returned
to the position ho has so ably and hon
FOR ORDINARY. LONG TERM.
The friends of Banner H. Thomas
announce that he will be supported
n the Democratic primary to be call-
1 later, for Ordinary of Wi.rc county,
to fill the regular and long term of
said offlee. Banner Thomas Is well
known to the people of this county
and we solicit their support in his
friends of Mr. S. F. Miller have re
quest ed him to become a candidate
for election to the office of Represen
tative of Ware county before the en
suing Democratic primary, and ho
has consented to do so. The hearty
support of the voters of Waro county
will be greatly appreciated by.
FOR JUDGE CITY COURT.
The friends of Hon. John. C. Mi-
Donald announce that he will be sup
ported for Judge of the City Court
of Waycross at the primary election
to be called later. We bespeak for
him a large vote.
To the Voters of Ware County:
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tho offlee of Ordinary of
o county, subject to the Demo
cratic primary. I solicit the support
an<j influence of the voters of the
county, and if elected to said office,
I pledge a faithful dichargo of the
Wm. MANA3A WILSON.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
Friends of Mr. C. E. Walden an
nounce that ho will be a candidate for
Assessor of Ware County, sub
ject to tho action of the Democratic
primary. The support of the voters
Ware county is urgently urged in
Tho Herald is requested to announ
ce that* Mr. Jackson Grimes will he
supported for re-election to the offlee
' “ ironer of Ware county at the en-
Democratic primary. Mr. Grlm-
» been a faithful officer, and ms
J'rtlffds urge the support of the voters
*of the county.
Tho frineds of Rev. John F. Har
bin beg to announce that he Is a
candidate for Treasurer of Ware coun
ty, subject to the Democratic prima
ry to be called later. The voters of
the .county are earnestly urged to sup
port Mr. Harbin, resting assured
litat if elected he will dichargo tne
duties of the office to the best of his
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
To the voters of Ware county.
As I am serving my first term as
tax collector to the utmost of my abil
ity I earnestly solocit your support
in tho coming primary for a second
term and If elected promise to $nve
my time and attention to the people s
interest .. „
Wm. J. MULLIS.
D. W. PITTMAN FOR SHERIFF.
The numerous friends of D. W. Pitt
man announce to the Demorcatic vot
ers of Ware county, that his name
will be presented t© the primary to
be called later for the nomination, as
a candidate fir sheriff of said county.
Mr. Pittman Is fully qualified to fill
tbe offlee to which we desire to see
him elected and he Is a cltisen of
cterling character and qualities and
will make an honorable and efficient
officer If elected. We solicit your
rotes for Mr. Pittman.
To the voters of Ware county, and the
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tbt offlee of Solicit©rGen-
eral of the Brunswick Circuit, sub
ject to the Democratic Primary. I sol
icit the tnpport and Influence of the
voter, of the Circuit. And If nominat
ed end elected to eetJ offlee , I JW
e faithful discharge of the dutlee
thermae without feer, fevor or affeo-
ennonnoe my. candidacy
• of Wen county, auk-
Democratic primary on
If elected I will devote my
rime to the beet Intonate of the coun
ty ee 1 have to the peat I will e»
predate the nppori or toe token «f
Wan eh*. W. * CARO*
At tho solicitation of my friends I
announce myself a candidnte for Or-
inary of Ware coiner nubj--cl to the
Democratic primary. Now it's up to
my friends to get busy. Their votes
and influence will bo highly appreci
ated. If elected 1 promise to give
the office my undivided attention.
OEO. W. BARNES.
I beg to announce myself a candl
date tor the offlee of Treasurer of
Ware county before the Democratic
primary to be held later, aad I earn
estly solicit the support of the voting
public. It Is presumed that we will
have n early primary, and it will be
impossible for me to meet all tbe
voters personally. Pleaso do not
think that I do not want your vote
because I have not solicited It In
person. I will appreciate It only the
( R. M. LEWIS.
FOR TAX A88E880R.
The friends of J. J. Wilkinson, an
nounce his name as a candidate for
tbe office of receiver of tax returns
or Waro county .subject to the Demo
cratic primary and respectfully osx
the eupport of the voters of the coun
ty. Thle February 6, 1908.
For County Commissioner.
I am a candidate for 'ho office ot
Commissioner of Ware county, sub
ject to tbe action cf tbe Democratic
primary. If electej l will devote
as much ot my time to tho county's
affairs as should be necessary to
conserve tho best Interests of tho
M. L. MOORE.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election to tho office of Repres
entative ot Ware county at the
primary to be held on June 4. I,will
greatly appreciate too support of tho
voters of Waro county.
N. A. FRIER.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Frfends of Mr. D. Cowart announce
that he Is a candidate for Commis
sioner of Ware county at the ensuing
primary. Mr. Cowart is from the
Millwood district'nod is capable in
every way to attend to the duties ot
tbe office eetlsfactory to the publle.
We ask the support of the rotors er
1 hereby announce to the voter* ot
Were oounty that I em e candidate
for the office of treasurer ot sold
county, subject to the action ot the
democratic primarv. I solicit the enp-
port of toe people and promise
elected to perform to* datles to to*
best of my ability-
R. M. LANIER
RESTAURANT NOW OPEN.
The Weycros* Restaurant la now
open to tbs public, to Polka block on
Elisabeth street Meals wrved to
regular, customer, and tbe bait toe
market affords alwaya enrolled. Oom- ’ tonne onljr • big, bcavy Sip like a
mntarioa tleketo to
•old tor M-M.
•tad of tbe Daily Doleful"
The sad circumstances which
called forth the shore advertise
ment arc a, follows:
In yesterday's editorial column
appeared a notice that a man named
Shore hod married bia stepdaughter
by his (Shore’a) deceased wife’s for
The aociety editor very thought
“What relation would tho chil
dren by this marriage and their chil
dren hold to tho parents f"
The whole staff attempted to
solve the problem, with terrible re
_ “In the first place,” said the so
ciety editor, “the children would be
their father’s and mother's second
cousins, and their grandfather would
he their granduncle by their father’s
side, while their grandmother would
be their grandaunt and also stc|>-
mother as well as their father’s
wife; hence they’d he their own
children. Gracious! Twice nothing
is nothing and two to carry.” And
then he tried to stab himself with a
The night editor said:
“As lie married his wife’s daugh
ter, tho mother is sister to her own
children, and her husband must he
their brother-in-law, and if lie’i
their brother-in-law, being also a
cousin to his wife, her qiiiidren are
his second cousins and must he
cousin to her husband, so he’s his
Ilis own cousin, he must have
also been his cousins and his uncles
end his aunts, and so did his cousins
and liis uncles and his aunts, and so
did his cousins and his”—
And here it became necessary to
fasten the night editor in his clmir,
where he sits wildly repenting, “And
so did his uncles and his cousins and
liis aunts,” a hopeless idiot.
Then the editor in chief attacked
it. nnd in two minutes he made tbe
children their own mothors-in-law,
and one of them, he declared, was
her own grandmother, after which
he wus delivered up to tho police for
The problem was taken up by tho
comps,” and in half an hour every
man was sitting witli staring eyes,
figuring with his finger on tho back
or liis hand and vowing Shore had
married his great-grandmother with
out a license, while an errand boy
jumped out of the window, under
the impression that lie was his own
He Worktd In Srrdou.
It may not be generally known
that M: Sardou, the famous drama
tist, once figured in a photograph
as a member of the ehomber of dep
uties. It happened in this way; A
certain photographer was very anx
ious to produce the portraits of tho
303 deputies constituting the De-
publican majority in tho chamber of
187?, which defeated tho endeavor
to overthrow the republic. Ho ob
tained the likeness of all of them
except a certain Dougc, who was
ally and refused to sit. Tho pho
tographer in despair asked the ad
vice of Gambotta.- “Nothing is sim
pler,” Gumlictta said. “You have
Sardou’s portrait? Then use that.
Ho and Douga arc as rnucli alike as
two peas. No one will over know
the dilferenee.” Tho advice was
taken, nnd M. Sardou figured ail
unwittingly in tho number of the
Driving e Coed Bargain.
The harbor’s small son was in tho
habit of plnying around liis father’s
shop, ana he wus alwaya kecniy in
terested in the patrons. Many ft
stray penny found its way into the
little chubby hand, and sticks of
gum were dropped in quite as
though by accident. Judge Blank
drifted into tho shop the other aft-1
ernoon for n hair cut. The lad rec
ognized tho fact that the judge was
a new patron and so wus more than
ordinarily interested in him. JJo
hung at the foot of tho chair and <
looked musingly at tho judge’s bald
head. Then he walked slowly to the
bock of the chair and surveyed the
scanty fringe of hair from that
>oint ot vantage. He could contain
limielf no longer nnd bunt out in-
credulously, “Father, doyou get a
quarter for cutting that?"—Lippin-
Dogs In Hemeee.
Only occasionally in the United
States does one see doge in harness,
bat it is a common eight all through
Canada. There not only bon and
I [iris, but grown men, do not disdain
be polled by Fido or Brnno, and
.. is quite customary when touring
through (be country to seo dog’s
harnces banging on the stable will
betide that of &e bone. Tho little
carta used for dags an ao light that
they an not burdensome, and ot
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Every member la expeoted to a
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d tally invited.
L. J. COLLIER,
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