rr ~" .WAYCROSS EVENING HERALD
Owls Are Practical
WHAT THEY WILL DO.
The Order of Owls is a practical order. It Is the business of the Owls fo*help, you while .you are hero. It teaches that a brother should patronize another brother in business.
You shquld help your brothers to make .mo^ey and to prosper. Ypu should mike it .pay your .brokers to be Owls. The Owls do not interfere with any map’s business, it believes that it is
unnecessary to wait until a man is ill, dls abled, crippled'or confined to bed before you rush to his rescue and assistance. Help a man on his feet and he will not need your help when he ii
on bis back. If he is engaged In any mercantile or manufacturing industry, conducts a store or practices a profession, all things being equal, a brother Owl must go out of his way to pa* •
tronize him, thus rendering him assistance every day, while he Is physically robust and In the prime of health. %
The Owls have a system of relief for their UrothOrs which is unlq ie in the fraternal world. In every city where there is a nest they have an Owl’s relief committee consisting
of the vice-president of the nest, who by virtue of his office Is chairman of the committee and a chairman for eac’i ward in the city, the wards being divided In the same manner as they are
politically. The several chairmen have control over their own wards, minister to the-wants of the sick, afflicted, disabled, indigent and unemployed and unfortunate brother Owls, If there
are any. These several chairmen name a ward committee in each ward who serve under them. These ward committees act in concert with the chairman of the ward and assist him in
its management and control. The'chairman of each ward personally notifies every brother Owl in good standing nf his appointment as such and endeavors to establish a brotherly and
intimate acquaintance. He leaves with each brother the address and telephone of some suitable place In the ward where any brother Owl may be able to reach him conveniently at any
timer * ,
* It Is the imperative duty of each chairman to submit in writing each and every meeting night a full and substantial report of tho conditions in his ward |n general ‘find the ,
condition of members therein. This system enables a committee ranging fiom 30 to 50 members to keep close'y In touch with every member in the city and minister urgent relief, at a
moment’s notice. . ' 1 . ‘,
. Ladies are great believers in the Order of Owls because one meeting night each month is set aside as a ladies’ night, where wives, sisters, mothers, daughters and sweethearts
assemble with the members to participate In music, whist, games, refreshments and social activity. On these occasions no business Is transacted, the entire evening being devoted exolust*
vely to the entertainment and pleasure of the fair sex. "
A FEW POINTERS .
You cannot afford to miss this opportunity of becoming a charter
Qr<ler Of Owls
We now have over 147,000 members in the United States.
We are organized in all states.
No matter where you may travel you can find an Owl Nest,
(which means friends.)
There is no other Fraternal Society that offers you protection of
Six Dollars per week for three months.
One Hundred Dollars at you r death.
Free medical attendance and social features.
ALL FOR 50 CENTS A MONTH
55.00 CHARTER FEE.
Do not fall to lio at the tnstl uiiion of the ORDER OF OWLS.
FOR FULL INFORMATION CALL OR WRITE
FRED 0. CORTHEIL
, Waycross, Georgia
468 CHARTER MEMBERS
WERE ENROLLED IN 8AVANNAH NEST NO. 1394
JACKSONVILLE, CHARLES TON, COLUMBIA, TAMPA AND
Ail Southern Nests Are on the Room
AUGUSTA AND ATLANTA ARE NOW BEING ORGANIZED.
Waycross & Southern
R. R. CO.
Schedules of Tralne Effective January
Notice:—The arrival and departure*
are given as Information and are
not guaranteed. , j
Southbound Train No. 1.
D Hebardvllle, On. Lv. 3:30 am
2 Waycroa. (Albany ave) 5:35 am
8 Lavlnla . 5'-6° om
10 Fredel ' Ar. 5:55 am
Notthbonnd Train No. 2.
10 Fredel *!$* P m
8 Lhvlnia 2:50 pm
2 Wnycroaa (Albany are) 3:05 pin
OHebardvIlle 3:10 pm,
Tralna No. 1 and No. 2. dally, ex-1
•Inn. M. Ho,kins.
WAKEFIELO LOOSE, NC. 27
KellGHTg OF PYTnrAB.
Meet* ovist Monday
evening at ':10 In
" k\ Cattle Hal' That eve.
,Lj Members •— requested
'y/ to attend, and visiting
y Knlebta are moat w-
dial). Invited to meet with ue.
J. LEE CRAWLEY, C. C.
T. H. Miller. K. ot R. ft S. ft M. of F.
WOODMEN OF THE
Meets first and third Thursday I
each month. Matonle Hall.
Richard L. dlnglaton. C. 0.
D. P. Wooilev. Clerk.
By v!-tue<of an order of the Court
of Ordinary of Clinch County, Geor
gia; w'U be sold at public outcry
at the court bourn door in Clinch
county, on tho Brat Tuesday In Jan
uary 1911. between the legal hours or
gale, all the title, and Interest of the
estate of Sylvanua Hitch, 8r„ In tho
following wild and uncultivated lota
of land, towlt 411,176.634,535,642,547
548, 549, S04, SOS.'SOS, 909. Sift, 611
In the Twelfth District of originally
Appling now Ware County. Georgia.
Each lot containing 490 acres, accord
ing to original survey, Terms: Cash.
Thla December 7th, 1910.
Simon W. Hitch,
Administrator Estate of 8ylvanna
WAYCROSS LODGE No. 309.
F. & A. M.
REOULAP COMMUNICATIONS ON
IECONO AND FOURTH UIBSOAV
EVENINGS AT 7t30 P. M.
all atasons invitee to Attend.
, J. M. BELL, W. M.
W. J. CLARK, SEC.
W. L. HINSON & Co.
Em ha liners.
'PhonM 91 ‘and 159.
In Southern Building.
j llenMeocn 6h To beau. Office Phone
j. ns. ResidencH phone 440
ANDREW B ESTES
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Room 27, Southern Hotel Building.
C. L. REDDING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Dp stairs Redding Block.
COUNSELORS AT LAW
DEEN A BURNET
ALL KIND* OF INSURANCE.
LA QRANDB BLOC.
Southern Hotel Building, Up-Stalre.
S. S. LUDLUM. M. D.
Practice Limited to tn,
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THHOAT.
• ■me# Room 324 LaGrandu Hot*l-
HOURS 10 A. M. TO 7PM
What Thay Will Do for Yon
They will cu-e your bnckacho,
strengthen your kidneys, cor.
feet urinary irregularities, build
op the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rhenmatiam. Pre
vent Bright’s Disease and Dia-
bates, and restore health and
strength. Refuse substitutes.
FORSAIE BY OEM PHARMACY
t ■ |Kau>sm
WAYCROSS COUNCIL NO.
Jr. O. U. A. M.
Meets every Monday .veolar tn Red
den’s Hall. Lott-HIteb building at I
f. 0. I • ■ - —
VIsIUdf brother, eord'ally invite* Telephone $60 Private cha*el
to inert with ua | Dy «r Night and Morgne
ShevOd Cortina. L Car) CoUint- JMARVIL A O’QUINN
Iwgwt, Cpnectlov I Msrworly Lott. Faro ft Oe.
J. M. MARKED
tube '» Loun
W. J. GASSETT
CONTRACT.")* AND BUILOSF
Residence«8 Msrgare* SL
G. R. LOVELACE *
Olfiee tn Bedding Block. Over Stsi
J. B. BAGLEY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON,
Offlc. In Southtm Building.
OFFICE HOUR* . ~
1-11 A. M. 34 P. M. 7ft P. M.
A. FLEMING, M. D,
JOHN J. MOORE,
Collections and Criminal Law
Specialty. Office Rood Building, ip-
• uira over central pharmacy.
Waycross. Ga. _ FLcna Ilk
JOHN S. WALKER,
TTORNEY a COUNSELLOR St.law
Offlc# up stairs Southern H>tel,
ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO
II kinds of Electrical
Wora and SuppHr
ALL WORK GIJARANTEfO.
70 Lott 8treoL Phono »l
Ion]. O. Parka Harry D. Raed
PARKS A REED
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Kjiiw Hovel ouDFIng 1
00 NOT EXPERIMENT 1
When you neod paint. Exparlment*
are I'cilly. a id sometimes ruin your
ur-ypcr.y. • '•. <rt me mo Hak win:-
ever when yon nse
since, belore living It, you buy an
equal amount of pure Linseed Oil and
add to Ike 3-4-1, thereby making what
yon know to b* an absolutely ,Pure
Linseed Oil Point. Knowledge of
thla kind la a money saver.
For Sale by P.-N. Harley Hdw. Co.
BING 174 FpN WOOp.
A. B. & A. R. R
“Ike Standard ol Excellence In Passenger Service."
SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 18, 1910.
Northbound: . Southbound:
Lv. Thalmai: Ar
Lv. Waycross Ar.
Lv. Douglas Ar
Ar| Fltsgerald Lv.
Lv. Thomas vllle Ar.
Lv., Moultrl e
Lv. Tlfton Ar.
Lv. Vienna •
1-Y. Woodbu ry
Pullman electrlc-llgnted sleeping cars on night trains between Thomas:
vllle and Atlanta, via Fltsgerald. Car leaving Atlanta ready for-occupancy
at 9:00 pm. Train (earing Atlanta at 10:15 pm. geta connections from air
Incoming tralna at Atlanta, Including the South Atlantic Limited from Cin
cinnati and the Dixie Fllyer from Chicago and SL Louis. Connections at
other Junction points ar* well-adjusted and are abown In the schedule folder
which can be secured from any agent'of thla company.
Attention ii called to Iho eatabllstment of connections at Atlunta from
train arriving at Atlanta 6:40 am., with the South Atlantic Limited leaving
Atlanta at 6:45 am., for Cincinnati and Chicago, and the Dixie Flyer leaving
Atlanta 7:32 am., for Chicago and 81. Loult.
W. H. I.eahy. General Puss. Agt. B. H. Fell, Asst. Gen. Pav« Agt.
Atlanta, Oa. Atlanta, (; u
A. D. Daniel, Traveling Paxacnger Agent.
Try A Wgjjjt Ad.
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