T'S WAYCROSS WEEKLY HERALD
Reasons Why it is to Your
Advantage to Patronize Us.
We Landic only the Purest Wines, WbLkies and liter, and all of our
Koods comply with the Pure Pood Law.
We are the bent known ana larges liquor house in the state.
We refund your money if goods are not catlsfactory.
Wo acll direct to consumer at it eat prices.
Wo ablp goods In plain boxes, with no marks to Indicate their contents.
We do not bottle any whiskies; all our case good* are bottled at the
NOW IT'8 UP TO VOU. DO IT NOT AND SEND Y0UR0RDER8 TO
Joseph Zap!’ Co., Inc. a ST E
THE BEST KNOWN LIQUOR HOU8E IN THE STATE.
These prices inslude express charges. Jug orders not dollverod. If you
want the Exprete prepaid on Jug er-
| THREE MEN DEAD AND EIGHTEEN ! NOTICE DEPOSITORS
WERE INJURED. A BANK OF WAYCR03S.
—— Until further notice the Deea Realty
Argument Over Boieterousness cauc- & improvement Company will seilcity
ed Rict On Polish Donea Hall. lots and country landa and accept de-
— . ; pcsit3 in the Bank of Waycross in
Chicago. Ill, Feb. 25.- Three men payment fer same, taking the deposits
are dead and about eighteen more!at value. Those having deposits in
people were Injured in a riot
today which followed the close of
| said suspended bank .should see the
Decn Company while this offer Is on
4 qts. Forest I*awn Rye $ 2.75
12 qts. Forest Lawn Rye 8 00
4 qts. Beecbland Rye 2.75
12 qta. Ueechland Ky« 8.0o
4 qts. Gl«*n Idly 3.20
12 qts Glen Idly 9.00
4 qts. Jim Duckncr Rye 4.00
12 qts Jim Buckner Rye 10.00
4 qts Woodford County
12 qts. Woodford County 10.50
4 qts Roeo Valley 6.00
12 qta Rose Valley 12.00
4 qta Bcho Spring G.0U
4 qts. 1. W. Harper 5.00
4 qts Idro Oak 6.00
4 qts lewis' 66 6.09
4 qts Hunter 5.00
4 qts Canadian Club ......... 5.i0
4 qtu Cane Spring—-botled in
4 qts J. K. Pepper—bottled iti
4 qts Duffy’i» Malt 4.00
4 qts. American Malt ..
4 qta I-nurd Valley Corn
4 qta Stone Mountain Coi
4 qts Gopher Gin Tunic ,
4 qtr. Dcvli'a Irlnrtd (Jin 4.00 i
4 qta Gill PUo Phato S.ftO j
o :,Vr overlook.
dtra add for 1 gal. 60. 2 gal. 76. 3 gal
90. 4 gal. $1.00. 6 gal $1.00
„ P*r Gal..
Extra Star Rye $ 1.50
Excelsior Rye 175
Redman Ryo 2.00
Eastland Ryo 2.25
Maryland Monogram 2.50
Rose Valley 3.00
Echo Spring 3.50
1. W. Harper 3.50
Silk Velvet 5.00
Malt Whiskey 2.00
up to 4.00
Georgia Corn 1.50
Tennessee Corn 2.00
N. C. Corn 2.50
Stone Mountain 3.C0
Tom Gin 1.60
up to 3.00
Holland Gin 1-50
up to 2.50
England Rum 175
5.oo cognac, Perth, Apple, Apr'trt,
.1.50 j Blackberry and Oanaua Brandies
4.00 up to
j Port, Sherry. Catawba, Black*
| berry W«ucu
wedding celebration at a dance hall'and get the value of their deposits
lnjhe Polish quarters. The riot re-,without delay. Lands never fall and
sulteJ from an argument over the j dividends are sure because values are
boisterousness of some of the cele-j constantly increasing. <1 w
Many women who were In attend-[FRENCHMAN THOUGHT TO
unce at the celebration are among
Mail Order House
1112 West Bay Street, P* O. Box 10
J. J. WILLIAMS, Prop.
THE 0 j* GOODS Am BOTTLED
AT THE OtS TJLLEDV.
NO CHARGES FOR OR TACKING.
Budw’vis^r CUM, 10 Jcs. per cr.sk ...
Lo a thr.n cask, per dux ...
Export J abvl, 10 do/. per cask ...
i pus than vnrk, per das
GREAT INTERE8T IN THE EAST
OVER SAVANNAH AUTO RACE.
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 25.—Mr. H.
Vansicklen, secretary of the A merl
in Automobile Association under
hose auspices the big automobile
road races were to be run next month
reached Savannah yesterday and piet
with the executive committee hi
the races Id charge. Ho says there
Is the greatest Interest in the East
in the Savannah races and that there
will be many from that section to at
tend them. There will be a large
number of entries in both classes and
the racing In all the events wlllbe
very fine. Mr. Vansicklen was much
pleased with the work on the roads
and grandstand that lo being done
preparatory for the race*.
BE DYING AT 8ANITARIUM.
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 25.—Thought
to be dying at he Park View Sanitar
ium lies Lowrent Tboman, an aged
Frenchman, who was recently found
ill in a hovel in the city. Thoman
had more than a hundred dollars
sewed In his clothes but he was liv
ing in filth and upon scraps when
lound. Thoman says be has been in
Savannah eight years and that he
came to this city from Atlanta. He
seems flighty on but one subject. He
says several years ago in Kansas he
was frozen on the inside and has
never been able to get warmed In
;!ie Interior since.
ATTORNEY WAS FATALLY
SHOT BY WOMAN.
New York, Feb. 25.—Attorney
(itnrles X. Sanford was probably fa-
tally shot by an unknown woman
near the Brooklyn bridge this morn
ing. The woman was later arrested
and gave her name as Eunis Blount.
Sanford declared he knew of no cav.sc
for the woman’s action.
la Ton Weeks
ctratdo rule*. I
System ronsUrtx of the
«l|ihahtft mu] u«n
«*ru«d to one-half
time required for old systems. IliimlrnU
boldine position* with lemHntr Arm* all over
tho South tiller right to twelve weeks’
coun.cs. Scml for the proof.
BOOKKEEPING Uught be "Actual
one who com-
keep aojr tet of books
Jhuiness Transactions" ffoi
The most practical and ro
tounto tauRlit In the South,
tdetes our course ran kt
for nnjr line of bustuw^.
TELEGRAPHY. This department U In
rha’tf) or an operator of twenty year*’ prac-
- h.T. rontr.ct. « 'iVrouT,’,..lu.' , u, ,0 * J W,r ** IM
M StiSSW /t>r EaCl ' ° f °“ r Cnkfao '“- edjod Hoard mtfnm SI 2.00
• Write today for Handsomely Illustrated Catalog. #
Sonrsu Ijr Mill. J. O. BAGWELL, Pres., 196 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga.
i’o all whom it may concern:
Oppic Hnr;raves having, In prop,
form, applied to mo for permanent
Letters of Administration on tu«r
e«trt9 of W. B. Hargraves, Into oi
mid county* this Is to cite all an.i
singular the creditors and next of
kin or W. B. Harrrave.* to be and
appear at my ofilco within the time
allowed by law. and show cause, if
ny they can. why permanent admini
stration should not bo granted to
Oppic Hargraves on W. B. Hargraves
Witness, my hand and official signa
ture. this 3rd day of February 1908.
WARREN LOT T, Ordinary,
Grippe U sweeping the country
Stop It with prventics, before It gets
deeply seated..To check early colds
with these little Candy Cold Cure
j Tablets is surely sensible and safe.
1 Trevenilcs contain no quinine, uo
laxative, nothing harsh or sickening.
I Pneumonia would never appear if
i early colds were promptly broken.
Also good for feverish children.Large
box, 4S tablets, 25 cents. Vest pock
et boxes 5 cents. Sold by all deal
SENATOR OWEN MADE
HIS MAIDEN SPEECH,
Washington, Feb. 25.—Senator Ow
en, of Oklahoma, made his maiden
speech in the Senate, supporting
substitute for the Aldrich Financial
Bill today. He claimed to be the
original emergency currency man.
CASE GOODS EXPRESS PAID.
De Soto Rye.
4 Full Quarts $5.00
6 Full Quarts 7.(K.
12 Full Quarts 12./6
12 Full Quarts (freight paid) ...12.C0
WILLIAMS NO. 10 RYE.
4 Full Quarts $3.*u
C Full Quarts 4.50
12 Full Quarts 9.00
OLD HALIFAX RYE.
4 Full Quarts $4.20
Full Quarts 6.t j
2 Full Quarts 12.00
8UNNY 80UTH RYE.
I Full Quarts $2.7f|
6 Full Quarts $4.u0
12 Full Quarts $8.00
3‘J Full Pints 12.00
YELLOW 8TONE BOURBON.
OLD BONE, EXPRESS COLLECT.
Bottle^ in Bond by the D. S. Gov
HALF FARE FOR
Pittsburg, Feb. 25. Beginning
March 1st, half-fare rates for clergy
men will bo granted by the Buffalo,
Rochester & I’itt.sburg, as q result of
the decision of the supreme court of
Pennsylvania in the Pennsylvania’
test of the two cent fare law.
1 Full Quart $1.25
12 Full Quarts .* 12.90
Idlebrook Whiskey In Drums—
DlsUUsry Bottling. Express Collect.
100 Pints in drum $33.00
00 Half Pints in drum $33.00
Bold only by drum. Will not break
SEND US A TRIAL ORDER.
OLD HOMESTEAD N. C„ CORN
One gallon jug. express paid ....$2.59
Rocky Ford, per bottle $1.00
Rocky Ford, per case 19.00
N. C. White and Jug -.$1.65
N. C. WJ^lte, Bitter ft.oO
N. C. White, Fine $3.60
Laurel Valley Corn $3.Uu
Copper Distilled and Jug $1.65
Queen City .* $2.00
Sunny South $2.50
RYE MALT $2.0$
Hurdle Rye, Special $4.00
Rich Hill $4.00
Old Bone $6.00
Williams Private Seal $6.00
Se v dus a TRIAL ORDER
, Complete assortment of sizes—
10 h. p. to 125 h. p. in stock for
Save money by writing direct to
R. D. COLE MFG. CO.
64 YEARS IN BUSINESS
N EW NAN, GA. *
Also Corn Mills, Saw Mills,
Tanks and Towers
Branch: 316 Empire Bid*., Atlanta, Ga.
Give your orders for chickens, eggs,
butter anti cheese to E. J. Remley, 31
Elizabeth street. I
To all whom U may concern:
Emmett Me Elreath bavin;
proper form applied to roe for per
manent letters of administration on
the estate of Fnnnlo Jackson, late oi
said county, this Is to cite all and
Fhigular the creditors and next of
kin of Fannie Jackson to be and ap
pear at my office within the time al
lowed by law, and show cause If any
tacy can, why permanent administra
tion should not be granted Emmett*
McElrcath on Fannie Jackson’s estate
Witness, my hand and official slgna
turc, this 3rd day of February 1908.
WARREN LOTT, Ordinary,
OVER $200,000 WILL EE
REQUIRED TO REPAIRVESSELS
Washington, Fef. 25.—A list of ves-
ila which will require overhauling
during the fiscal year ending June
1909, hag been sent to Congress by
the assistant secretary. The expense
ill he ever $200,000. The Ijst Includ-
* the Baltimore, Brooklyn, San
Francisco. Alabama, Illinois. Iowa.
range and Kentucky. Another
list Includes vessels on which 29 per
cent, of their value will be expended J
as follows: Ad del, Grampus, Moc-J
n. Pike, Paul Jones, Nicholson,
O'Brien, Markets, Holland and Ben
AMERICAN OFFICER LEFT DON
WaB Considered Dreach Of Etiquette.
American Jackies Jumped Into
Arena After Souvenirs.
A TIRED HORSE
I, just as able to do hard work as a man with an exhausted,
torpid hver. Constipation drags a long train of troubles
behind it The machinery can r t work if the boiler doesn’t
make steam to move it If the stomach and liverdon’tdo
their work, the body and brain can’t do their duty.
Lamars Linton Lajeatiua makes things right
i Works quietly, gently and effectively. Doesn’t torment the .
^bowels. Follows nature’s methods with nature’s remedies A
. ,0 5™ “P «v*r *" d bow.tz. Makes rich, red
^blood. Good for young and okL Sold by druggists everywhere.
LAMAR, TAYLOR & RILEY DRUG CO.
j Macon, Georgia
To *11 whom It may concern:
Untie William* '.laving In proper
rorm applied for permanent letter*
of administration on the eatate of W.
J. Kinney, late of raid county, this
I* to cite all and elozular the credi
tor, and next of kin of W. J. Kinney
to bo and appear at my offlee within
toe time allowed by law and <how
cause, of any they can, why perman
ent administration should not bo
muitod to Utile William* on W. 3.
Witnsa*. my hand and cfflelal signa
ture, this 3rd day of February IMS.
WARREN LOTT, Ordinary,
DO YOU FEEL BADLY!
If so your liver la wrong and yon
ved 1* L. L. Ask yotr druggist
Limn, Peru, Feb. 25.—The bull
ftflit tendered as a special honor by
President Pardo to the visiting offi
cers and sailors of the American
fleet, developed into a most bloody
spectacle between the matadors and
Admirals Sherry, Thomas and Em-1
ery deliberately left the royal b«ox af-'
ter four bulbs had been killed anU this
was deemed a great breach of offi-|
Immediately after the officers had
departed the effa bull was killed af*
ter having gored the matador tc
deal‘j and hundreds of American Jack
ies jumped Into the arena and robbed
the dying man of hit weapons and
acarlett cloak as soueatrs.
Ten thousand people attended the
fete which had been planned as a
climax to Peru’s la«t entertainment
of the visitor*.
The abrupt departure of the Amer
ican admirals was explained to the
entire catisfaction of President Par
do as due to official duties.
Half of Any of
And Send the Rest Back if They
Are Not as Represented
WHI3KTY IN BULK PER GALLON.
Florida Special Rye $1.50
Congress Rye 2.00
Brookdalo Rvo 2.50
Paul Jo nos Rye 3,60
Belle cf Maryland Ryo 3.50
Caul Jones Old Baker *3.50
Livingstcn Rye 4.00
Old Gib-on Rye 5.00
Mall Whiskey 3.00
CJd Georgia Corn
Marlon CV..nty N. C., Com
Special X. C., Yellow Corn
Old Pilot Mountain Corn
Cold Band :0(J% Cora Double Stamped
Domestic Hollaed Gin
Belle Brand G.n
Keystone Club $2.50
Old Kentucky Club •. 3.00
Old Monogram Rye .: 3.50
per’ gallon u ’
Old Bailey ..
Cot. $. S. Drowdy ) s • candidate
for ft'presentative from Clinch county
| \ Col. Drawdy u one of the substantial
men of Wire gross Georgia. .
The ehec’ic open railroads Is a war
upon agriculture. The fact and fig
ures arc open end overwhelming to
Cue unbate4 mind.
.$3.00 $ 8.00
Golden Wedding 4.25
WHI8KEY IN BOTTLES.
Moaongahcta Rye $3.20
The Leader. Pure Rye 3.50
Old Crow Ryo 3,75
Mono grain Rye 3.76
Private Stock Rye 4.20
Wtliton Whiskey 4.40
Belie Maryland 4.40
Fau! Jcncs, Four star 4.40
Livingston Rye 4.40
Old Oscar Pepper Bnurbon 4.40
Ja-t. E. Prppnr Baurbcn 4.20
‘ Cr.titdicn Club* <.50
ML Vernon Ryo ? 5.00
Dewar’* Special Scotch 4.50
King WIlUam Scotch 7.00
Duffy's Malt Whiskey 4.00
Canada Malt 3.76
Booth’s Toro Gin 3.75
Gordon’* English Dry Gin 3.75
Geneva Holland Gin 4.20
Plymouth Gin 3.75
Hcnncssee ••• Cognac C.50
Superior Blackberry 3.00
Old Apple Btandy 3.75
Old Peach Brandy 3.75
Old SL Criux Rum % 4.50
l.undon Dock Jamaica Rum 4.50
Gin Phosphate 4.20
Rock £ Rye 3.00
# Bc*t Banana Brandy 3.20
If You Desire to Prepay the Express Charge cn
Any of Our Goods Ado the Follow ‘
1 Gal. Jug
2 Ga) Jug .rw.r
.. 3 Gal. Jng 90
4 Gal. Jug $1.00
• 5 v»al. 5ttg 1 ***
4 Quarts 50
12 Qtinrta 75
CHAS. BURNETTE & Co.,
635-7-9 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
the Following: Amount