TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS:
We desire to extend to you our best wishes for a happy and a prosper
ous New Year, at this the dose of the old year we wish to thank you for your
large and generous patronage during the pa& year, the confidence you have
shown in our business methods and policies has been very gratifying to us.
The great growth of our business during the past year his a^ain proven, that
honestly made merchandise, hone&ly and truthfully advertised and sold with
out misrepresentation, together with fair and ju& treatment to al, is the essen-
. tial basis for every successful business.
We fully realize that the furnishing of the home, “the family ne&” is of
great importance to every home lover, and our highest business aim in the
future, as in the pa&, shall be at all times to conduct our business so that it
shall have your continued support and confidence, to the end that we may
make this the leading home-furnishing establishment of South Georgia.
Again wishing you a happy new year, we are ;
* ’’ vV . - f
WALKER*MULLIGAN FURNITURE CO.
A. R. HOOD, Mgr.
MOO! MOT! HOO! HOOT OF THE
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extcd os account of the bylaw. of
amt an of Urn not* nil. for u ladle.'
night once » month, at which llm*
(to member, wire., litter, and friend,
anther for a nodal evening of .losing,
onrda, musical number., recitation.,
Sail a Wise Old Owl mito bit mate,
I eoh Wise and let u« believe in Kate;
Mr when everything that we know
We're a short time living, and a long
have It flnl.hcd the boy. will "sit up
and take notice.''
POWER BELONGS TO SPEAKER.
Lorain, (Ohio). Nest, No. t23.\
Report, that they have just opened
their new club room, and extend an
Invitation to all visiting Owls to
make their borne there while in the
a .to. L 11 ft ••
\kron, (Ohio), Nest, No. 129.
Akron, Ohio.—Nest No. 129 recentl)
opened tbelr clubrooin*. This nest 1«
only fourteen months old, and hi s. m
membership of about three huudreJ.
T:ie new rooms are among the bent in .
visiting' tlmcs t0 h,s p * rty ^ u,t a *
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before a strong virile leader who is
with both power and the courage to
use IL A political party Is like an
army and there can no more be 5 or
12 or 200 heads of It, than there can
be that many generals at the head of
“The next House will not be a con
vention of delegates, but It will be as
all other Houses have been, a body In
control of a political *pftrty, which
party must have organization and a
beau. The Speaker Is responsible at
consider and vote upon any bill It
pleases, whether reported on by a
qommfttee or not. These amendments
bad the support of the entire Dem
ocrat membership, and by them
there was eliminated every substantial
grievance and complaint against the
Speaker Should Appoint.
The Democratic party is not com
mitted In anyway to the
Begins fan. 3,1911.
On Tuesday, Jan. 3,1911, the well known Com
mercial school, WaycrossBusinets College, will.be
gin its Winter session. From the applications al-
propoxal to .trip the Speaker of ttoj” 1 ^ r f Ceived . Opening is expert* d. Hun-
proposal to ip me op niter 01 mo (jred8 Q f our y oun g men and WO|nen have
power to organize the House. Upon
the Buckeye state and any
Let n» live, eo'that, when w» com* brother who ml.se. meeting the wl.e' parl> 11 rca; ’?‘” l / ,,e ,0 th * couolry '
todlt, * | bird, of 129 I. to be pitied. At ::he' for 1,11 hla ° mcIal uc ^*- So 11 ha *
Wo will feel no regret*, when we my opening of Ihe room. forty-elght new! bctn “ ntl 10 11 mu4t con(lnue t0 be as
good bye; J inembo:s were bonded ihel "wal- j ,on * we mttlli, * ,n wvernment by
Tor life was not meant for u long! lops.” Visitors were pre.-ent from par,y ’ for ,f we ftre 10 h * ve efflc,ent
•wee, mf ne.U in South Rend. Clevel.nd, Mtn.' |,a " v ,,ri!a ” ,4a,lon ,he D,u *'
iad some wrong, me right and some field. Canton. Lorain. Wud.wonh nnd bt ' " lcader w,,h tb * altrlil '
rights are wrong. J Uarabcrton. Many notable speakers
hi pleasure or sorrow, tu Joy or In | were heard and a good time generally
* j was enjoyed. Toe degree team in
n> must still pluck the Thorn, when their uniforms of white and blue were
w4? gather the Rose..
♦ vel.it Ion to some of the visitors.
Nashua, (N. H.) Owls.
Nmbna writes to Organiser t’aul-
f*W. that they have Just ordered 200
rrtrs aprons as they have put in so
many new members since he institut
ed Ihe nest that they need them as
there arc quite .» mint her without
mnr. Everything Uxism good to the
rest, as at every meeting they have
v'-ora f to 12 members Initiated. Na-
ihtri neat expects to reach the -100
ttcri before they tiro a year oh*.
IF IT’S GROCERIES YOU WANT
COME TO THE STORE THAT HAS)
THE STOCK. TO SELECT FROM. I
WE HAVE THE GOODS.
31 2t WILSON GROCERY CO.
Rev. W. H. Scrugr
( aibietoo, (Con.), Nest.
Write#—We are getting along very
tCcljr, and will grow large soon—
.« fn.T in members at every meeting.
CENTRAL BAPTIST SERVICE.
will preach at
tomorrow at the opera
house-end rail a us to urge every
; n ember, who possibly can to be p.e*-
tanr at both services. The rcgulhr
Sunday school will he held at t’
■ o’clock. The public Is cordially In-
(to attend any or all of these
•" ettown, (Fa.), Nsst. Uo. 72.
A resolution was last night adopted!
Ability and neat appearance
to call og all merchants is
iheir territory; elegant aide line, con
venient to carry; good commissions;
prompt remittance. A #19. Bellntont
-V* ,Mr outings during «he be.tcd j H(g C|> Q J( 3)>1 „
■> cur neat to buy* ten acres of land'
uv f.ehlgb Mountain top and we are
*-'<ig to bHld a bungalow where the
r strbe n, tbelr wives and f tends can
Mm. It la a Tine tract and when we
utei» of power that accompany leader
Senate To Guide for House.
"The practice In the Senate offers
no rafe guide for Tie House. In the
llrst place the presiding officer of the
Senate represents ? the *dxe.cutl
| branch of the government and ought
not to have the influence over legisla
tion that tho power to organize the
Senate would give him. In, the next
place, the Senate (a less than one-
fourth the size of the House and it:
organization through a committee Is
a much simpler affair than organizing
the House inSthal way would he. In
addition to all t'lls "bossism” ami
•■cza-ri^m” ’he Senate has been
much more pronounced than In th»
House, with the difference that the
Speaker of the House Is an officer
recognized by the constitution while
the “boss” of the Senate Is unknown
to the constitution and subject to none
of 1t« limitations.
•‘During the recent Congress the
Speaker was removed from the al:-
powerful Committee on Rulqs and
that committee was made elective by
the contrary It is committed the other
way, for at the last Democratic caucus
of the last session, pending a motion
.to .instruct the newly fleeted Demo
craitc members of the Rules Commit
tees, to urge and favor a new rule
creating a Committee one Committees,
tlie caucus on a roll call by a vote nr
proctlcally two to one, adjourned and
Stepped From This
School to Success
uotil today business men recognize it as the
SCHOOL of EXCELLENCY
Young people who want the bert attend our
refused to con.ider il The party we. school because they Know they will get the bert,
record during the la.t cam-'and will be sure of the bert positions.
palgn as opposing a Committee on
"The recent public acquiescence in
the plan of a Committee on Commit
tees by Champ Clark, who expectB to
be the next Speaker means nothing
more in my opinion than a natural
teluctance and hesitancy in the posi
tion of seeking power. His situation
Is a delicate one and the burden or
opposing the radical departure now
being urged should not be laced upon
him alone. The matter concerns the
Democratic party far nnd near. We
have in the Sixty-second Congress
merely an opportunity. This oppor
tunity cannot be'taken advantage of
by destroying the House organization.”
Don’t wait to send in your name. DO IT NOW.
For full information, address,
R. F. ZEIGLER, President, <
WAV CROSS BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Drawer 478. PHONE 90. Waycross, Ga.
paated down to lie flat. They are take part are io be dressed ai women
tluted the Irrldescent colors and s'.iad- and the occasion is likely to be a very
c« »o harmonize with the frock. This lively one.
ieatner Isncy is the latest novelty in —* — ‘—s*
AGENTS—-Fell genuine guaranteed
hose 70 per cent jiroflt. Make $10
dally. Live agents and beginners in
vestlgnte. Strong Knit, Box #029.
West Philadelphia. tf
SAVANNAH IANS WILL WATCH
OLD YEAR OUT AND NEW IN
Savannah, Ga.. Dec. 31.—The old
8AVED FROM AWFUL DEATH.
How an appalling calamity in hie
family was prevented is told by A. u.
year will be watched out and the ne* McDonald, of Fayetteville. N. C.. R. Rr
year weleon.eU by a large uu.nber C ^ ^
Favunnahlans tonight. Tlu'.c Is io J and pale, hnd no appetite and seemed
be a watch service at Trlnltv Me,ho-i‘".Vow weaker evwydto. Mill rent-
Ire at Trinity Meth-j ™ ™* m Dr n# .
dlst Church and one at St. I'aul’a «ov*ry was tried, nnd so completely,
Lp!scopal Ourcb. In addition ,1tou,. ! ™ r ? d b t'' ,b * ba " no i. b £" ‘™ u ;
. _ r , bled »ith n rough .luce. It.-the best
FEATHERS FOR SLIFPERS. ands of Savanuahlan^ will Ik? on the medicine I ever saw or btfrd of.”
The cr.te for fr.thrr. hu .pread .trert, or „p thclr hen-r, with SSup”"Sorrt*to rtYKSl^U^
from the ,ic»d to the neck, from the llrework. with which ro welcome ble«. it hu no equul. !0c.< JI.OO. Trial
retk to the hand, and now from hand J9I1. At the Y. M. C. A. room, to- ,ree ' 0naranlc * d br An Drn, ‘
the Houm. In addition a new rule-to foot. The latest thing In feather, night tiler. Is to b* a suffragette con-
wa. created under which a majority! rre feather .Upper.. They arc made vcntlon that proml.c. a great deal
Why I. It you did not do at your
of the Hou«e le gfreo Ihe power to of tl)e plain garden goose and are. fnn. The young men who are to neighbor, buy of Bam Heller; -J