THE WAY CROSS EVENING HERALD
Announcements of candidate* in
erted in this column for $5.00 payable
strictiy In advance.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR
The friend: 1 ! of M. E. Henderson an
nounce that lm,wJU be supported for
re^efec'-loa to thd office of Tax Assess
or for Ware county at t.ie primary to
be ordered lat.-r by tm* oxccutive.com-
ujittce. Mr. Headmen has made an
For County Commissioner.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for county commissioner of W§re
county, subject to the Democratic
primary to be called later. -I make
this announcement at the solicita
ticn of friends* and because I be-
lievo I atn capable to fill the position.
D. J. MILLER.
A. Vv oodiird announcer, that
• •: c 1 a didate for re-election
, : :-e action of the Democratic
Mr. Woodard asks the-sup-
i) voters of Ware coiimy.
FOR JUDGE CITY COURT.
:o friends of lion. John. C. Ms
j Donald announce that he will be sup-
• orted for Judge of the City Court
f Waycross at the primary ‘elect!
> be culled later. We bespeak I
•m a large vote.
FOR SOLICITOR CITY
I her’by announce lv.yvnl' a c
| date fer *• licitur -of the." ity t
" of Wa;vr. us. subject to the
cf the Do:'erratic primary to be cull
ed later i>y the Democratic Executive
Committee*, if elected, I promise to
till the office ♦(> the best of ray ability
without fear or favor. I earnestly sol
icit the support of the Democratic vot
ers of Ware county.
A. B. 3PENCE.
of Ordinary of
FOR CLERK SUPERIOR COURT
1 hereby announce to my friends
and the voters of Ware county thar
i will be a candidate for 're-election
to the office of Clerk of the Superior
Court at the Democratic primary to
bo held later. I will greatly appreci
ate the support of the voters of the
j E. J. BERRY.
D. A. WILLIAMS FOR TREASURER.
The friends of D. A. Williams an
nounce that ho will ba 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 other, to-the en
tire satisfaction of the people of Ware
county and wo psk that Ik* returned
to the position hojtns so oblv and non-
SOME WORD ORIGINS. waycross Looofe no. «7, i .o. o.
In I, ' F " M ” eU ^
Mnny Quaint Custom. Embalmed In -| n MOtT-st n ..d.» nlah. .t T--
Curr.ntT.rm., j* * 8 7 "
The “hypocrite 1 ’ once was only •Week lodg. roam,
an actor, tno player of a part on I MMon,c Gliding, Plant Avonuo. ...
the stage. So the orator, who was « Ejrory member is expected to at
a consummate actor, was also a hyp. j tend and visiting brothers are cor
oerite. The word, even in old
Creek, soon was applied to any dis-
* dially Invited.
I pledge a faithful
MAN AS A WILSON.
FOR ORDINARY. LONG TERM.
The friends of Banner JT. Thomas
announce chat he will be supported
n the Democratic primary to be cnll-
I later, for Ordinary of W«.re County,
to fil! the roan or and long teVm of
raid office. Banner Thomac irf well
known io the people of this county
and wo solicit their support in bin
FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
Friends of Mr. C. K. Walden
aince that he will be a candidal.
Tax •Assessor of Ware County,
ject to the action of the Democratic
mry. The support of the von
Varo county lu urgently urged
i the solicitation of my friends I
I announce myself a candidate for Or
dinary of Warn cori'V mihj-ei to the
j i> mrcrat-e primary. # Now i.'s up to
j my friends to get bury. Their votes
’ iufiutJnco will bo hithjy apprecl-
1. If elected I promise to give
office my undivided attention.
GEO. \V. BARNES.
Friends cf Mr. S. F. Miller have re
quested him to become a candidate
for election to the office of . Represen
tative of Ware county before the en
suing Democratic primary, and he
has consented co do so. The hearty
support of the voters of Ware county
will be greatly appreciated by.
The Herald Is requested to announ
ce that Mr. Jackson Grimes will he
supported for re-election to the office
Coroner of Ware county at the en-
ng Democratic primary. Mr. Grim*
has been a faithful officer, and i-■*
fends urge the support of the voters
of the county.
The 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 or
the county are earnestly urged to sup
port Mr. Harbin, resting ■ assured
htat if elected ho will dicharge tno
duties of the office to the best of his
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
To the voters of Ware county.
As I am saving my first term w
tax collector to the utmost of my anil
ity I earnestly solocit your support
in the coming primary for a second
term and If elected promise to give
my time and attention to tno peoples
Interest. * „
Wm. J. MULLIS.
D W. PITTMAN FOR SHERIFF.
The numerous friends of D. W. Pitt
man announA to the Demorcatic vot
ers of Ware county, that his name
will he presented to tlio primary to
lie colled later for the nomination, aa
a candidate fir sheriff of said county.
Mr. Pittman is fully qualified to fill
the office to which we desire to see
him elected and he Is a citizen or
sterling 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 tno
I hereby announce myself a candi
date fo- the office of -Solicitor-Gen
eral of the Brunswick Circuit, sub
ject to the Democratic Primary. I sol
icit the support and influence of the
voters of the Circuit, and If nominat
ed and elected to said office , I plcge
a faithful discharge of the duties
thereof, without fear, favor or affec
E. LAWTON WAITER
■L For County Commissioner.
ffi^^Olx'rohy announce my candidacy
-sloncr of Ware county, sub-
W l<^r to tbo Democratic primary on
June 4. If elected I will deroto my
time to the best Interests of (he coun
ty m'i her. In the past I will ap
preciate the sipport ef the voter* ef
Ware mm*. W. A. OASON.
Subject to fae Democratic Primary
he held on June 4, I announce my*
rolf as a candidate for representative
from Ware County. My platform
will Lo published In full within a day
or two. L. V. Williams.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
The friends of J. J. Wilkinson, an-
ncunce'hls name as a candidate for
the office of receiver of tax return*
or Ware county .subject to the D
cratic primary and respectfully nsa
the support of the voters of the coun
ty. Thl3 February 6, 1908.
FCr, County Conirn'csioncr.
I am u candidate for *ho ofllco or
Commissioner of Ware county,
jeet to the action of the Democratic
primary. If elected I will dovoto
as much of . my time to the county’s
affairs as should ho necessary to
conserve tho host interests of 'tno
M. L. MOORE.
Meets every Fi
scinbler because the life of'such .
person was found to resemble the i
histrionic art in striving to appear j O. J. ALLEN,
different from what it really was. I
f lhe English language took it up,
and the moral judgment of the Eng
lish spanking people makes it carry
the heaviest weight of odium that
can bn attached to personal charac
ter. “Pretend** was once an inno
cent word, and “counterfeit” simply
meant imitation, conveying n«> ■ ’-
go.-iion that the imitation was «•>
Le fraudulentlv substituted for the
The “boor” was originally a In: •
bandman, and tho “villain”Was in
ly a laborer or peasant attached t<»
, the villa or farm. ••Heathen” meant
.said office. jij C . ro ly a dweller.on the heath, and
of the- a “pagan” was a dweller in the
open country. “Idiot,” n Greek
word, meant only a private person
as diatinguifhed from one clothed
with office, and in this primary
sense it was often used in KnglUh
of two centuries ago, as when «feie-
iny Taylor paid, “Humility is a duty
in great ones as well as in idiot*.*’
“Obsequious” was used formerly on
ly in relation to funeral*. Shake-,
spiare has many examples of the
word applied in this sense. It doe*
not seem formerly to have convoyed
any idea of cringing or inHiJcerity.
origin of word.: wo prevent a few
of another class. A “milliner” wan
originally a man and was so called
from ?.lilan, whouco he imported fe
male finery. Shakespearovays, “lie
perfumed like a milliner.” and
Joutran rqttlcs tho question of
the sex oCtlie original milliners in
the word..-, “To eoncoal f.ueli n*:i
ornaments as the: e mid gluidtav tin r
a milliner's wife does lier
Tough stomacher with a smoky lawn
•eike” is derived from lit-
■>f John Xieot, whp introduc
ed tobacco into France’in 1.*>:;•).
Paraffin” was so named from t!.e
Latin words “jH-rrvum” (little) n"d
‘ailina” (kin), because it hud lilllo
affinity with any known ruhrls..*.: e.
‘(Poltroon” is from the Latin “po
lice truneato” (deprived of the
thumb), it having been a common
practice among the Homans to avoid
service in the wars; hence our word
poltroon for coward. Tl.e “turkey”
is an American bird, not from Tur
key at all,” though it was said to be
from Turkey when it was first seen
in London. •
Noble Gran i
4- Ah of our Patrons are
J earnestly requested to .
I pay their bills-•
* REDDING & CC.
' JJs M A N D E n Y, N o.
j KNiGHTS TEMPLAR.
* Meets In Mas |ti I c
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tout 1 '
day at 7.«0 j». m. ,
All qualified Sir !vii!.,hta v ..
(Rally lqvitcd to attend.
A. G. VlI.LEfcJ, E. C.
E J. BERRY, Recorder.
TOMOCHICHI TfHQE NO. 15,
J. H. MARSH BURN
TO lloTKL YIllDIl.
'ay ui.?ht in Ixitt
I hereby announce my canu
for re-election to ihc office of TU
entatlve of Ware county at
primary to bo hold on Juno I. I
.greatly appreciate tiie support o
voters cf Ware county.
N. A. FRIER.
~7Zh county commicoionlk
FrIend>rof Mr. D. Cowart announce
that he is a candidate for Commis
sioner of Wore county at the enduing
primary. Mr. Cowart b from Lie
Millwood Jistrict and is -capable In
every way to attend to the duties of
the office satisfactory to the public.
We nsk tho support of tho voters *r
RESTAURANT NOW OPEN.
The Waycross Restaurant Is now
open to 'the public, in Folks block on
Elizabeth street. Meals served to
regular customers and the host the
market affords always supplied. Com-
rtfutatlon tickets to tho value of $3.50
sold for $3.00. Quick order lunches
II V. Hnrncfc.
Chief Of Records
TER, Nc. 0 R. A. M.,
A Me its in Masonic Hall,
l J,3f t Avenue, every
first end Third WeJnccday at 7:30 p.m.
Ali qualified companions cordially
invited, and visiting biotacra will re-J
coive a hearty wdcotno. i
II. Mitchell, If. P. '
G. W. WIGGINS, i'cc I
N ew and up-to-date Vehicle:
and Reliable Teams.
Telephone us your onlcrs.
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•>' - tn Mnsbrilr Hall
Ail qualified hrctUrcu a«o cordially
JIre mi H Subscriber Co
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A Ccrvian Custom.
A .traveler through Scrvia will
often notice dolls hung up insido
the cottage windows. His first idea
is one of surprise that the children
should so often choose thu partic
ular spot to store their toys, but
presently he learns that tho dolls
are pat up aa a sign to announce
to wayfarers that n marriageable
daughter dv.< Us in tlio house. The
idea is to remind acquaintances
from other villages who may have
forgotten her existence. This cus
tom is naturally confined to peas
ants, but nearly every house has a
wreath of corn cars hung, up on tlio
outer wall. This wreath is brought
back from the harvest festival, and
there is a superstition that if it be
stolon a daughter of tho house will
shortly be married. Where this is
particularly desired, rare is taken to
suspend the wreath well within
reach of possible marauders.
Learning the Dusiness.
“You say in this report of tho
fire,” remarked tho editor to the
youthful reporter, “that ‘the lurid
glare of forked flames shot athwart i
the dark domed sky.' Now, arc you
quite sure of that?”
“Perfectly, sir,” answered tho re
porter. “I saw it all.”
“Did you chance to ascertain the
cause of the fire or the time of its
inception, the total value of the
property destroyed or the amount
for which it was or was not insur
“No, sir, I cannot say I did.”
“Then,” concluded tho editor,
“just watch the lurid glare of fork
ed flames shoot athwart this ink be
And they did.
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i different seasons of the year and in
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wIEi any lcind ot tent, and -awning, blue. In the Boeporus and among
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; color is of.varying tints, in lome
_ _ - 1 > place, being of a liquid blue grad-
Larg* .lock ot tana wagwa. at iht uating into a brighter green and in
rirtr.rt~.aor s*a , oUmr. turning a blue «p deep a.
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of flour wo make many varieties of
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Each kind is difforent la shape, dif
ferent in method of making and tin-
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nothing that we cannot recommend.
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when building to have
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J. S. Dailey. President.
C. W. Deen, Vice-President.
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1 trtor.al attention given and all wor- I J
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