THE WAYCROSS WEEKLY HERALD
FIRST TRAIN THROUGH AT S:SO :rom the governors of Now Tork and
Sow Jersey and other notables.
THJ8 AFTERNOON. After the speeches ihU evening,
the party will return to Manhattan
..Official. And Scare. Invited Gue«e» 0 ttt[eRd M einborate banquet at
Will Do Taken Through.. Ban*gh errvi '
qyett Tonight. ________
EFFORTS TO PARDON
By Telegraph To The Herald.
His Life When Drop Fell.. First
White Man Hung In Chatham
Booton Globe: Modesty is a great J
•virtue, but experience has shown that ' At t 0 rneys Only Gave Up Fight For
New York, Feb. 25.—With the^ doesn't put'u a man ahead in poll
pressure of an electric button in the t j CB .
White House at Washington at 3:30
this afternoon, President Roosevelt ___ .
put. in motion the vast machinery of sew York Sun: Bryan continues
the Hudson River tunnel. to spare neither bis own constitution
The preparations were all com* n or that cf the United States.
pleted for the formal opening of the
tunnel between Manhattan and Hobo* ’’Doea your husband ever seem
kei this morning, and at 3:30 thejeaious of you?”
first train, with officials of the tunnel “Oh, no. You
Savannah. Ga., Feb. 25. -Willie
Rogers, slayer of his wife, was hanged
this afternoon in the county Jail for
the murder of his wife. His banging
is the last chapter in a long fight to
save a man from the gallows. His at*
company and scores of inviled guestehim believe he looks ton years young*
were taken to Hoboken where theer than he is."—Caicago RecorJ-Her-
cvent will be celebrated by speechesald.
eep making : t orne y u. d. D. TwigB left no stone
is swelling and inflammation of
the glands a! ihe side of the throat
used as a qarqle and applied to
the outside of the throat reduce:
the swelling and gives instant relief.
for Croup. Quincy Sore Throaf,
Bronchitis, Asthma, Pain in Chestoi^
Lungs this liniment Is unsui
Sloan’s Liniment is indispensable
when travelling because it is
healing and antiseptic.
» Price 25$,50* £ 4 1.00
Dr.Eorl S. Sloon, Boston. Mats.U.S i
Alf cf car goads sold under
Our Personal Guarantee.
CHA S.BLUM &
unturned to prevent the execution an
only save up at the last moment. He
nuked me b'neriff to stay the execu
tion as long as possible so there would
be no chance for the Governor to
change Ills m!mt and find that it was
With this idea in view ltoge;s was
not hanged untl 1:13 o’clock, an
l’.pnr somewhat loier than such events
are pulled off iu Chatham county.
Rogers seemed concerned over
;iij impending fate during the morn
ing. Ho ate brenafnat inis morning
and received cis father and Rev. J. d.
Wilder, ais spiritual advisor in his
cell. He bore up better than it was
j thought *ne would. Tnere has never
been anything of the brogndorio in
RECEIVED APPOINTMENT FROM |
Court Thinks Receiver Should Be
Resident of Waycross, Where
Are All Assets cf Bank.
Jesse Thompson, tt nl, vs. Bank of |
Waycross, et ul; Injunction and Re* J
ceiver, in Ware Superior Court, Ap-,
rll Term, 190S: |
It appearing to the court in above ,
stated case that W. M. Havant, of Sn-'
vannah, Ga., heretofore appointed co*
receiver with A. M. Knight, of Way* j
cross, Ga., u« receiver for the Batik
of Waycross, and after accepting anil
qualifying as such co-receiver, the
said W. M. Davnnt resigned and
thereupon H. H. Bacon, of Savannaa.
Ga., was appointed co-reeciver but
has not qualified by* making anJ ill*
;ng with the Clerk of Ware Superior
Court bond and security as such co
yard. Within the past several months
he had been in a mood for the recep- (
lion of religion and has been very at-
ihe chapters of the B^le read u
the forgiveness of sin and foe
as ecunsc I
And it further appearing that all
the assets of said Bank of Waycross
to be administered are at Waycross
urd In Ware County, Gn., and that
said A. M. Knight, as receiver, with
Warren ix>tt, as clerk, and with all
the necessary facilities provided
therefor In the First National Bank
of Waycross, can better anJ more
economically administer fine affairs
of said Bank of Waycross than can
* e done in connection with a co-re
ceiver, especially where such a co-re-
ceiver is a non-refddeut of Waycross.
Rogers. He said he hr.d killed his Ga.
wife in silf defense, but after that! An<l 11 fur,hrr cP ear,, '~ that J. L.
ho made little fefense of ais act an J Sweat, selected by A. M- Knight, r.-
seemed, to fa!! into a spirit of uncon-! ceiver, has been nettn
cer::. He refused to have bis picture j nnci giving all necostar,
iai:e:i for the newspapers , but when matter requiring me services oi
his lawyer advised that one be taken ' c nK ~’ ft)r 15,0 '’cceivers :»f said Bank
for an exhibit to the prison com nils- ! (,t Waycross; and tan* wnilo J. !*«’»’•
sicn in a effort to get a pardon he ris' Cann. attorney at law. Savannah,
consented and sat for it in the jail . ( *a., selected l)> W
co-receiver, to give ouc*
render such service as might be re-
requihed of him, yet inasmuch as said
to his Bible. Ho Used to hear W. M. Davnnt bus resigned, me ser
vice:: of said I. Ferris Cann, Esq., can
be dispensed with.
talniy of Miration for these who re-j And It further n W ,™rln s that as
vented of their wroupi doted ; fornicr ,or l1 "’ “ f Wa>: '
He made no extended speech from crosn and their familiarity wlin ail ihi
the sallows and did not seem much affairs, it will be for the bust Inter-
being mndo to launch him Into a UCH “ I ' W **■ * Them* pi
. < • t* _..., at-i aw Waycross Ga.. should be us- the beet ki
sphere that ho snow noi of. Ho was , 01 vv J first I*rcsiden
Cabbage Plants are
Not All Alike!
You have tti pay the same price fev them so
why not get ihe be. t. Thet’s the kind we prow.
Our time is divoted toth.s work and nothing
more. Money cannot produce better plants th m
ours. We want to give you the best
REGARDLESS OF COST
We select our plants and
THROW THE POOR STOH AWAY
Give us a trial order, and if you don’t find
them sa isfactory your money will be refunded
Early Jersey Wakefield, Charleston WakcfielJ
Succession, Plat Dutch, Drum Head.
l,ooo to 4,000, $1.5o per thousand* F. O. B.
5,ooo to 9,ooo, $1.25 “ “ Meggett,
1 o,ooo to 2o,coo, $l.oo “ “ S. G.
CASH WITH ORDER
THE C. F. BUTLER CO.,
MEGGETT, SOUTH CAROLINA.
e preparations ext of all parties concerned that Wli- JJSflJffS: >Tr
Ch him Into a »™. Bennett & l.amhdin. Attorneys ne ,ftV,7portr«IU.r.cf
THIS*GLORIOUS GOLDEN CLOCK FREE
for a few minutes of your time. No one who haa
a homo to live in can afford to miss thia truly
To secure FREE of charge a Clock, tho
most important thing in the homo* And
vuch a Clock, tool BEAUTIFUL GOLD
AND GUARANTEED FOR TEN YEARS.
READ EVERY WORD OF THIS GREAT OFFER
To jrrt thin beautiful Clock
HiKrt l« lilt* atniplm thine- In
tho world. All you luivu lo d»>
lit write mn a iuihIuI curd untl
say you want to get It. I will
then oend you byFmall, pre
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pucknn<> of Imiulpnni
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517-519 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
Agent for Pabst Blue Ribbon Bottl :d Beer.
Jung’s Cincinnati Beer.
Lewis’ 66, Sunny Brook, Early Times and
Mor.crief Springs Whiskey.
;CNG CI&TA CE PiNGME flSS.
Wfll will s..v j Sheridan Club, •» quarts $2.75
Paid, the Mowing package! Sheridan Club, C quarts $4.00
4 quarts Sunny Brook $5.00 • Sheric'an Club, 12 quarts $S.OO
12 quarts Sunny Brook $13.00 Pure North Carullnr White Corn.93.uO than flfleon Tee t and it wa» made
much tho calmest man apparently in sociated with J. \j. Swnnt ns conns i
e,„ cell Of tloftih Vncp the offleerx tor tho receiver, lo reader Mich .or-
as may he required of them a«
csscclate counsel by said A. M.
rounded him to tie his limbs and !
! adjnut the black cap, the last act he-1
I fore he was to ho *'iot downward for Knight, receivci
! a amice of aix feet or more to death, j«.»« Mng In accordance wife
| Thia was tho first white man any or l-wlxhcn of Receiver,
the Chatham county officers had over I* therefore ordered It, t.to
. M. Knight, of \V.i
without incident. Rogers was a very
small man with clean snayen face
Black and Bine Corn, 4 quarts . .fJ.tO
Harv«ft Corn, 4 quarts $3.50
Laurel Valley Corn, 4 qaarl. ond lhln lllM . Hfi flng eni wore ir.ark-
IiapcrtcU Scotch Whtakiei, Brandi -a c j w j f| t -e nicotine stain of elgar-
| Oine, Port and Sherrie, delivered In ctle ,_ „ 0 qujictej to the use of
i follow.: these thlnp. to a most remarkable
4 bottles Club Blend Scotch Whls- Jr . T oc. He smosed a cigarette two
key delivered for 15 00 mlnntex before he wes sentenced to
4 bottles Morallle Prerqs 3 Star. ' d( . Bth , or the lal . t | mc i. ad frequent-
Cosnac $0.00 j, mdulge,I In them during the time
4 bottle, of Den Carloe Sherry ..$4.00 rt q.m, at t h e jail.
4 Five. Hermitage v $E.t>0 j 4 bottles Nlerport Port $4.00 | N - 0 KOn hanged In Chniham county
Both Old Good, and Bottled In Bond, j 4 bottlco Hill & Underwood Dry . hap cv cr been visited by as many phy-
Remember, all above Whiskies nreI or Tom Gin »...$4.60 e |e| aa , aa Rogers. Almost without
bottled la Bond under Government'. 4 bottles Sir Robert Burnett $5.00 exception those who saw blm said he
BOTTLED IN BONO.
4 quarts Mciiwcod
12 quarts Mel I wood ...........
BOTTLED IN BOND.
4 quarts Guckenhslmtr $S.o: j
12 quarts Guckenhclmcr $12.7C 4 bottles, i
4 quarts Mcncricf Springs $4.0(
12 quarts Mcncricf Springs . .f.$12.0(
ALSO BOTTLED IN BOND.
4 Fives Old Crow ...?6.0f.
to hang anJ they were visibly (if- 1
:,1 because of Ihe (.Men!. The ! be continued us sole receiver for the
lag of Rogers made It all the! Hank of Waycross and that J- I-
'at. selected by i>ald A. M. Knight,
irro-' b« continue J an permanent counsel
who! f (ir t'ue Receiver,-, Wilson. Bennett &
i l.amhdin, Ailornvys si law, Wuycrons
Ga., bedng HHnoclated 'with him ns
such permanent counsel for uie re
ceiver, to render such service as may
b« required of them by the said re
ceiver and his counsel; such reason
able compensation os may hereaftei
ho fixed and allowed by the court to j
be paid said counsel for services rend
ered, seme not to be increased by j
reason of several counsel being asw |
U. V. WHIPPLE,
Judge, 8. C., C. C.
i harder for the jail officials bee;
many of them thought him
< Epor.fdhlc i’nbicile, and a man Who
| g'.ould not ho hangtd.
I Tho condemned man presented a
\ most pat.iCtic figure as he was
brought to the scaffold. The march
from V la cell to tV.nt containing the
being not more
Fine blended Whiskies delivered to
’ou all express charges r*!d.
Lewis ee, 4 quarts ..; $5.0(1
Hunter, 4 quarts $5.00
Harper, 4 quarts $5.C0
4 bottles Crystalizcd Rock-and Ryo ves irresponsible except the doctors
or Peach and Hcney $3.50 | w ^ 0 visited 'aim at the direction of
BULK WHI8KIES. the Governor. They aaid he was sane
Juq Orders Not Delivered. IQ j rcspcnsible for hia acts. Judge
Per Gallon jj. j), p. Twigs believed Rogers mind
Bunny Brook, 9 years old $5.00 diseased a* he says that of Guri-
TWO BEAUTIFUL EXTRA GIFTS
In addition to tho I have two oth^r lovely presents which I will give
you—two morn hamlsomo otriMinents which nnyone who loves n pretty homo
will bo drll;;litc<l with. One of thcuo gifts I will send to you FR15Q AND PRE
PAID *s soon hh 1 n<e»ve the postal card with your n*ime on it The other
one I will glvo to you Joel for being prompt In following my Instructions. 1
will tell you nil about the second extra gift, when I send the first one. which
I will do as soon as I hear from you, so HURRY UP.
/OU TAKE NO CHANCES in writing to me, because. If the Clock does
I w innEi nu vnnnwEe no t prove to !*• oven better than I have de
scribed It, and If It <ln» * not delight you In every way, you may sond It bitcla
and l will pay you heudsomely In cash for your trouble. Also, If you ret alclrf
or tor any other reason fail to collect all ot the $6, I will pay you well for whal
you do. 8o you see, YOlf CAN’T LORN, stslt right down and write to me as
follows: "I>. It. ONBORSM, Manager, Nashville* Teen. Please seat me tho per-
traits ef Geeorgo Wiibliglm aad eowplete outSt fev Mrsfag the Glartni
tteMee tlaek, with the MeSerstaadlng that this dee* set Mad SM to yay M
•ae ceat.*» Then put your ttasse and address • »
SENATOR BRYAN ILL
WITH TYPHOID FEVER.
Washington, Feb. 20.- 3enelor.
Jgmos Bryan, of Florida, Ik reported
thl'j mornlnp; by fn® Providence hos
pital physician ns having spent
good night AnJ Jh doing well. Ben-
ator Brynn Is suffering with typhoid
fever. Mrs. Bryan baa been notified
of his Hines*.
Qf Technology .
Rdw Spring. 4 quarts $5.00 Glbion Pure Rye
Cason5e Tonnoese. 4 quarts ... .$5.50 : Lewis 66, Blend
Blum's Monogram, 4 qts. bloml or j Early Times Bourbon ...
Blum’s Monogram bottled In bond j White Mills Bourbon ...
;4.J0 i Indian Hill. 100 proof
U quarts Monogram $12.00 ; Land of Flower?, Blond
Blum’s Eyivr.n Gion. 4 qnortf.. ,$S.in '■ Green Briar Tennesooe .
Blum's Sylvan Gi;n, 6 quarto ... .84.4' j McGuffiej Jfait
Blnm's Sylvan Glen. S qnsrti .... t*.4* Canadian White Rye ...
Blum's Sylvan Glen. 1* quirts .. .$*.00 , Pie—wood Rye
SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
....$4.00 rcu was found to be when fine post*
....$4.50 mortem examination was held over
$.3.00 his body.
....$2 00 j Rogers father and his atomeys dlu
....$2.50 ^ no^ give up 'jope for Ihe young man
... .$2.09 , until lato ycaterday afternoon when
.... $3 4ft fte newspaper dispatches from Atlan-
....$£.30 ta announced that the Governor was
...$ff.$0 determined not to fur.her Interfere
....$2.09 with the execution.
j 1b the jail In which Rogers was
"hanged was another murderer under
sentence of deaih. Lee Holmeti the
negro from McIntosh county^ twice
respited wa* there. So was a white
man from Screven county, who got
a new trial after receiving a eor.fence
cf life imprisonment for murder. A!
nu.n killed Wagers, a white man from I
Libe rty county who ic to be tried this |
week for murder. There were several!
negroeg in Jail who ore charged with
murder but who have not yet been!
* nu sciiwjv-mn ivicv::- w u a
n»;Nty v. ackcu
wm. u nf non-id an tpttmax?.
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