NEW YEAR THOUGHT
London, Dec. UandsotneJ.
wreaths placed about the base of the j;
Gladstone monument in front of St. \ \
Clement Dane's church, in the Strand j-
reminded passerby toda ythat th!.» w.rs j j
t r ae anniversary of the birth of the j 1
“Great Commoner." In the little !j
church at Hawarden, where Mr. Glad* *
stone was a life-long worshiper, the ]
customary services were heldl In j
honor of’lils memory. ]
.yi.ir.tn, (3a., Dec. 23.-.-Comp*roller
General Wtight lias con*.o aa nearly
losing his temper as a gentleman of
Ills culture and poise, could possibly
do. The objects of bis ire areythe ne
gro janitors at the state capital whoii>
the New Year bring you much joy.
May it bring you peace and prosperity.
May its incoming and all its days unto its
outgoing be marked by blessings so many
that through all life the remembrance of
it will awaken gratitude for 1911 to the
“Giver of every good and perfect gift” is
the wish of the
becoming more and mote worthless—
that Is most of them. “The janitors
and watchmen aro having such on
easy time that they forget they have
anything to do, and no only do they
loaf but they mako so much noise
sometimes in the corridor* that one
Is disturbed in bis office work." Gen
eral Wright says the negroes havn
been making a regular reception of
the lower floor for their colored
frltnda of both sexes, acting as If they
were in their own quarters, laughing
and engaging In loud talk all day long.
Formal complaint I* going to be lodg
ed, and some of the men will proba
bly be flred.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 30.—Thomas G.
Hudson, state commissioner or agri
culture, who Is. spending, the holidays
his reldenee here, was throe n from
fils buggy this afternoon by a r- may ay
horse while out driving,
er Hudson wps considerably bruised
and shaken up up by the bad fall, but
his injuries are considered in no wise
serious by his physician, thougn his
friends felt considerable apprehension
until thus advked regarding liis con
ARCH HOX8EV FLIE8
Way cross Evening Herald
GEORGIA HAS 44.4 5X3
PEOPLE TO SQUARE MILS
Washington, D. C.. Dec. 30.—Rhode has
Islhnd has 508.5 people to the sqi^re
mile thug according to census bureau
figures, leading .the list of states in 1
the matter of density of population.! m
Nevada with only seven-tenths of a ” ~ "
person to the mile finds a place atl^OCICZ/
the lower end of t:ie table. j —
The figures for other states includ-' J
Tennessee. 523; South CSrolIha!
4&r7;, Alorth Carolina, 45.34 Georgia.*
44.4; Alabama, 41.7: Mississippi, 38.3; " ”~" f '
Louisiana, 36.5; Arkansas, 40; Texas
14.8; Florida. 13.7. . :
Los Angeles, Dec. 30.—Arch Hox-
sey of Pasadena, Cal., holder of the
world's aeroplane altitude record—
11,47ll feet— today flew over Mount
Wilson, the highest peak,of the moun
tain range in the Los ^ngelea valley.
Under ideal weather conditions he
soared 10,005 feet into the, ski and
cleared the crest of Mount Wilson
with 4,200 feet to spare.
All ibe ill] year ►Inks down In tine’*
•' 7 rrv oceiMi,Y’' k ’ ~ *
Stand icady, to launch with the new
And wuvtc no regrets, no emotion.
As The mast and tRe spars pass
giate Socialist Society, which was or-1
ganixed five years ago 'to promote an
intelligent Interest In Socialism alnong
college men and women” assembled
In this city today for tta ai. al con
vention. Harvard, Yale, f .lumbln,
College of New
Pn», Ind.^ Dec. j29.~-Members df the
Miami tflbe of Indians, ^h'o reside In
considerable number 7 throughout the
length of the Wabash river valley, are
gathering at the Kim Bundy reser-,
vatlon near this city to take pgrt In
the first Indian tribal council that, has'
been held In this section of the conn-
try In many years. ‘ 1
The council has been called by the
Chief. Joe Bngleman.
ny Cornell, the City
if Yotk, and t’ae Univeroltles of Pennsyl*
‘ vania, Michigan. Wisconsin, Minneso
ta, Washington and Oklahoma, Clark
College, Kansas State Agricultural
College and Leland Stanford IJnlver-
slty are among the Institutions rep-
Tho convention will culminate to
morrow evening in a banquet at whieh
“The Place of College Men and Wo
men in tbe Socialist Movement” will
be the • t'icme of discussion. The
spcakeis will Include DrD. Allbert
Stidekum. for many years a Socialist
An election will be held in the city' member of the German Reichstag;
of Waycrors on the first Saturday In Upton Sinclair, the Socialist author,
January, iflll, for the purpoce of elec- and Mrs. Florence Kelley, well known
tine three aMermerf end a member of in the field o' TeghHtlon. J. G.
the Board of KducatToh of the City of Phelps Stokes will ;:reMde.
Waycrors for the ensuing tormn us . r -
provided by law. All persons duly j WANT8 NEAR BEER TAX
replete n d will be entitled to vote at f ' IN WEEKLY INSTALLMENTS,
raid e!- rtlon. The polls will open nt i
toe Co -thouse !ahd the Opera House,!
f?Cm sH o’clock a. m., to seven o’clock !
p m., Central Standard Railroad time. J
The registered voters are requested ,
t» vote a said eledton. , |
tf J. M. Cox, Mayor.
Weep not If some treaauies go under,
And sink in the rotten ship’s hold,
Thai blithe, bonny barque KallJag.
May bring you more wealth Chair
Cityrith! iijio, BtoJ, B. //amflon
I, to agree upon * definite plan of
action In pressing tbe Miami claim
aialnat tbe government. H le held
that a large amount of money really
due m the Miami Indiana, wan, by
mlalake, paid.to the Pottawalemles.
JUDGE WALKER'S CONDITION
IS MUCH IMPROVED.
Rochester, Minn., Dec. 59.—'The con
dition of Judge Walker of Chattanoo
ga le iteadlly improlng, according to
hi, phyilclane, and ’ the chances for
hie recovery were bright laet nlfftit.
No further reporta of Judge Walker's
condition will lie leaned unless Iherc
la n change for the tone.
For the world la forever Imp.tJ-fng;
.Ml the paat la not worth one today;
And whatever dceervea our true loving
!a stronger than death or decay.
MAGAZINE—the magazine that published
Commander Peary'SOwn Story of the Conquest
of the North Pole—Dr. Cook frankly admit*
that he doe, not know whether he reached the
North*Pole or not. ’ !
Since the 'sudden and myiteriouf' disappear
ance of Dr. Frederick A. Cook in November,
1909 until the, publication of t(ii* scries no word
til been received from this man who stood *o
conspicuously for a brief while hefdfe'the world,
the recipient of unprecedented honor*. Why
did Dr. Cook disappear? Was'nqathis n tacit
admission that he had prerented a fraudulent
claim to the discovery of the North Pole? Or
did he ever possibly believe in himself? Where
has he been ? ' What has he done ?
In hi, story—a human document of the most
extraordinary interest and important—Pr. Cook
has held up his own naked soul tor public exam
ination; ha, searching^ and mercilessly analyzed
the mental processes which proceeded his extra
ordinary actiona since his return from'that barren
world where, he says, ‘‘I felt what few men of
cifies feel”— the tragic ^olatlohXif *t|»e human
aoul—a thing which, dwelt upon, must mean
madness, I think I realized the aching vastness of
the world after Creation, before man was made.
On its own merits, we print Dr.‘ Cook’s
Own Story in the January issue of
Old love, wae It waited devotion?
Old (rlende, were they weak or un
\Vt II, let (bam aink there In mldoeean.
And gaily tall on lo the new!
Chihuahua,' Mex., Dee. 30.—Oflletaj
note, today which aeem to be confirm
ed by developments, Indicate that tho
firat aage of he insurrection In western
Chihuahua la over and the second btut
begun.’ The government believes that
the insurrectoa fought their laet or
ganized buttle at Pcdernales two
| weeks ago and hat they hare spill
j Into small bands which it will take
! months to atibdue.
(The belief la coaflrnted by the fact
that Malpaso, the key to the railroad.
Is free and that den. Navarro la now
Ir control of the situation ull a’ong
' the line.
Throw overboard toll misdirected.
Throw overboard Ill-advised hope.
With Him* which towf tool has iletee-
Throw oterboard useless regrirtKag •
Tor deeds which you cannot undo, .
And learn fitn great art of forgetting
Old things which embitter the new.
tOOllED LIKE A PATTERN.
Why pay $25, $30 and $40 for a suit
of clothes, all cash of course, when
you can purchase, one of Sam Heller
and pay ss you wear It? A fit or no
sale! A customer pleased la a cus
tomer made tl
“My flear’’, asks tbe thoughtful bus
“did you notice a large sheet of papej
with n lot of diagrams on it about my
desk V* ' v
“You mean that big piece with dots
and curves and disgnols all over ftf*
“Yes; it was my map of the path
of Hailey's comet. I wanted'to—”
"My goodness! I thought It was that
•:r»ttern I asked you to get, and the
'ressmaker Is cutting my new shirt-
w*if»t with III”
song of the glorious new.
'There', nothin’ fn the world so
bad* a laugh won't help It."
January iitue now on sale — IS efinta
Onr spring supply of flower and veg
etable seeds received. Don’t forget
to plant year Neeturtlnme. Sweet
Pete, end ell othere.
30 It. .The Scruggs Pharmacy Co.
” "If you turned a laugh loose hero
II would die of homesickness."
NEGRO ACCIDENTALY SHOT ,
WITH GyN “NOT LOADED.
trigger, not knowing the weapon was
loaded. The entire load tore « large
hole In the victims brensL Dan was
rushed to tbe hospital but there le no
Chance otysave hie life pay the atl
thoritles. Marshall waa placed In the
Barrack* pending an Investigation of
tne affair. AH the witness*, agree
that the shooting wan an accident.
“A whole lot of married life In
turnin' flap-jacks and fryln, bacon.
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF WAYCROSS ANb WARE COUNTY AND COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCTION
. WAYCROSS GA SATURDAY DECEMBER 31 1910 • V -