WAYCROSS EVEN IMG HERALD
-New line Just received,, all shades -of
b » lr ......*1^0
*1.25, *1.50 *1.75, *3.50, *4.25
Bleached 10-4 30c
Good Heavy qualities •cl
5c, 10c, 12 1-2 and 15c -"a
Length 21 inchjifc-Jpeclaf *2.00
■For men, all late shapes, tans!
Patent Leather, Gun Metal, Box
Calf, button and lace
Plum and striped, green, navy
black, red, Copenhagen and blue
54 inches wide
The late style Patent Leather
TURKISH BATH TOWELS
Unbleached, Large size*.. 10c and I3p
Oxfords and Pumps.... *1.50 to *4.50
lit plain white, 54 Inches wide
pe, yard ...
LADIES CLOTH BUTTON SHOES
In Patent Leather, Gun Metal
5c, We, 136,. 15c, 25c 50c and 75c
36 inches wide, only.
misses cloth top patent
LEATHER 3HOES. .*1.75, *2.00, *240
For childrens dresses.
Hemstlched ‘45x36 ..
Many new prices In Stripes.
Checks and Plaids. Suitable for
Childrens and I-adies. dresses
RED STAR DIAPER CLOTH
fleet quality 22, 85c—24, «0c—27, 98c
White and red . ,20c, 25c, 35c a
Light *n<T Hark colors/..... 10c yd
BUSTER BIfOWN HOpg‘
Lidlpc. Mens and Childrens, all
sizes. 4... V..4 ..’
4 Months Guarantee.
LADIES READY TO WEAR SUITS
Kabo and Amer•
COR8ETS *1.00 to I
All colors. figured and
36 inch width, black and colors.
230 to 12*50
25c. 50c, 75c, 85c, 05c and $1.25
30c, 35c and 40c
Special White Linen
36 Inch width
LINEN NAPKIN BOOKFOLDS
12 in folds. .*140 *1.50 *2.00 *250 *340
Double width, medium and hea
vy quality, brown, blue and
black. Special..' 5<
Plain and atripea, checks,
Black and cdlSra . .*3.50, *4, *5, (0.50
H. J. Benton & Company
Temporary Heat Quickly
In the District Court of the United
Golden Link 8ociety Entertain*.
States for the Southwestern Division
of the Southern District of Georgia
Did you ever slop to think of the many ways In which a
perfect oil heater Is of value? If you wsne to sleep with your win
dow open in winter, you can get sufficient heat from an oil heater
while you undress tt night, and then turn It off. Apply a match
ln the morning, when you get out of
* bed,and you have heat while you dress.
. Those who have to eat an early
i breakfast before the stove is radiating
V heat can get Immediate warmth from
1B> an oil heater, and then turn it off.
uUMHO 'The girl who practices on the piano
* cold room in the morning can
have warmth from an oil heater while
IvHKH she plays, and then turn It off.
The member of the family who
JJgSSML has to walk the floor on a cold wln-
—QrJB ter’s night with a restless baby can get
temporary heat with in oil beater, and
then turn It off. The
In ho Matter of Stephen S. Ludluin,
Fnnkruiit In Bankruptcy.
street. The taouae wa8 prettily decor
ated, and cherry open lire made
bright the attractive parlor and re
ception room wwhere the gueets en
joyed many gamea.
Mra. J. W. Seals wbo la leader ot
the Society assisted In entertaining.
Those wbo enjoyed Mrs. Seman’s hos
pitality were: Mlases Grace Bradford,
ot Waresboro; Anna Slmmona, of
Dublin: Sarah Saulabiiry, Either |
Deen, Eula Lang, MnTgiret Murphy.
I’earl Cason. Francis Hopkins, Viola
Ratliff, Letha Hardy, Beaulah 8trlck-
land. Clio Strickland. Jesale Ketterer;
Messrs Milton Parker, Jasper Gray,
Julian Henderson, Karl Porter, Jim
English, Leon Vann. Ed Jordan, Flem
ing Folks, Lester Cason, Frank McRae,
Dave Pope and DeWttt Deen.
To the creditors , of Stephen S.
Ludluin of Wuycross In the county of
Warn, said District, a bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby given that on the
29th day of December, J910, the said
Stephen S. t.urilum was duly adjudged
bn: ,f„ und that the first meeting
of lila creditors will he held at
Bri: in wick, Georgia, on the 14th day
of January, 1911, at ten o'clock In the
forenoon, at which tlmo the said cred
itors may attend, prove their elalma,
appoint a truatee, examine the bank-
LOST—One Diamond ring. Tiffany
Betting. Howard If returned to Oca
Pharmacy. 20 2*
WANTED—Salesman to hand^ on
line of Trunks and Bags on commis
sion basis, as a side proposition. Out
fit consists ot smal) package of pho
tographs. state territory covered,
also give references. Petersburg Trav
eling Goods Co., Petersburg, Vo. 29!t
Is Invaluable In its capacity of quickly giving beet. Apply *
mediately at work, It will bura tor nlnalisun without ri
smokeless and odorlsu. It baa a damper top and a cool ba
always show* tbo amount of oil In tba font.
It baa an aefwsw*tle-lockI*E Home sprtader
wick from being turned blth enough la (mote, and la nay i
back so that Ihs wick can be cleaned In oa Instant.
The burner body or gallery cannot bccomn wedged, i
unscrewed for rewlcklng. Finished,, in Japan or nickel, M
FOR SALE—Sewing Machine fbr
•sin; Singer mnke; In good condllUBk
very cheap. Appljr to 1* Brunei atrent
Quick. tl tt
. _ , numucr ro put on nnoiner comesi.
In Compliment To Mias Knapp and
Mist Arnold A® 4 h>a m>de arrangement* to put
,, .--.-i . one on a little Inter.
Mrs. Amelia Heldt entertained a ■
number of the younger set last even-
ingib compliment to her nieces. Miss CARD OF THANKS.
Knapp and Mhffi~Srnold of Thomas-
vllle. A delightful evening wax spent WE TAKE-THIS OPPORTUNITY
Among the guests were Mines Kate TO THANK OUR FRIENDS AND
Lyonn. Kate Lewia. Florie OriOn. Ln- THE PUBLIC FOR THE PATRON-
die Rippard, Anna Morrison, Florence AGE GIVEN US IN THE PAST, AND
Andrews. Magdalene Izlar. Annie Pet WE CAN ASSURE YOU THAT OUR
Powell. Lncile Sutton. Juanita Bennett ENDEAVORS FOR tail SHALL BE
Addle Belle Lowther. Sadie Dyerlle. TO DESERVE YOUR CONTINU-
Viola Ratliff. Fay McGee. Kathleen EO PATRONAGE; AL80 TO EX-
Chandler and Ettlenne Goddard; and PRESS OUR APPRECIATION -OP,
•w. M. Williams. Kontz Bennett, Ed-’AND TO THANK OUR MANY CUS-
uln Murphy. Harold Hardy, Walker T0MER8 FOR THE LARGE AND
Sharpe. Walter Stanton, Herbert Lew- ‘ VERY SATISFACTORY BU8INES8
In. Hugh Gilchrist, Wilburn Sharkel- DURING THE PAST YEAR.
WITH BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW
YEAR. WE ARE,
YOURS VERY TRULY,
THE WILSON GROCERY CO.
BY W. M. WILSON, MOR.
WILSON BLOCK. WAYCROSS, OA.
We wilt pay yon ten ceuta each f jr
new names and addresses of arestrar
photographers. Carver. Box 504, Wa
terloo, Iowa. tt
service has been given by any paper
In this city, and apeak* well for the
Herald, In keeping up with the times.
then I always kep a bottle of Foley'u
Honey and Tar In the bouse. Accept
no substitutes. Gem Pharmacy.
FOR. RENT—A convenient flat; a
rooms, 37 Hicks street 31 3t
CUTTS TO BE BOOMED
FOR SALE—My entire stock coa-
rlatlng of groceries, dry good* and Sx
lures, all for sale at cost and store
for rent. Come quick. Giles F, Lew
is, Hebardvllle. 2» 2t
LOST—Black Stetson Hat exchang
ed through mistake at Aid Domb
Theater last night. Varty having
three will please leave It at Herald
office and get their hat. 31 It
Beglnnlog today and continuing,
every Saturday the Waycroaa Evening
llcrald will have a new feature. We
u’l! cifauguratc a a pattern aervlce.
SIX HUNDRED POUNDS C. C.
BUTTER JUST RECEIVED, GOING
AT 25c POUND, AT
31 2t WILSON GROCERY CO, ,
WANTED—Several small act* of
books to keep by ao experienced Rqpjt-
kceper. Address "Bookkeeper car*
Herald offles. 3w
WANTED—AJ, once, room and
board or comfortable room by young
business woman. Best' references.
Address Box 431, City. » It
25e and 4So
WHITE ALL-WOOL SERGE
44 inches wide, only
36 Inch width. .,