OFFICIAL ORGAN OF WAYCROSS ANb WARE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
WAYCROSS, GA;, MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1911
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SIX ARRESTS, ONE FOR MURDER, $5-00 V.MLL BE GIVEN AWAY SAT
IS THE RECORD. ; URDAY MATINEE.
Sheriff Pittman and his deputy, C. A.
Bennett, did not enjoy a quiet New
Six arrests were made before the
day pased five for misdemeanor and
one for murder.
All parties involved are negroes. The
one arrested for murder was brought
In from Hinson's sill, where he was
charged with giving another a drink
of whiskey containing poison.
to citll and inspect ovr nei
Hart a savings
Now Year. Wo pS\ I p
Hh us for
impounded quarterly. Re-
First National Bank.
J. Cooper, Pres.
B. W. Bellinger, Cashier.
BEGINS SECOND TERM,
"denre. R. I., Jan. 2.—Aram J.
took th* 1 oath of office as
)r of Rhode Island for the
time today. With him the
elected State officers aasuraed
inauguration was conducted
p usual ceremonies in the
e of both houses of the gener-
Michigan Executive Takes Office.
Lansing, Mich., Jan. 2.—Simplicity
formed the keynote of the ceremonies
today attending the inauguration of
Chase K. Osborn cs governor of
Michigan. All military pomp and, os
tentation were lacking and even the
customary public reception was dis
persed with, in accordance with the
wishes of the new executive.
The inauguration exercises were
held on the steps of the capitol and
were witnessed by a large crowd. The
principal features of the programme
were the invocation by the Rev. J. A.
Kennedy, the administering of the
oath of office by the chief Justice of
the Supreme Court, and the inaugural
address of the new governor.
! BOt,itm »;g this afternoon and con
j UnulUg every matinee until Saturday,
j the Majestic will give away a dupli
cate ticket with a number, this number
, will be deposied in a box and some
j one will draw one from the box on
next Saturday Matinee, and the per-
j sop holding the lucky number will be
' given $5.00 in gold. This only applies
j to the matinee performances nnd no
duplicate* will be given away at night.
In addition to the regular moving
picture .reels the Majestic will give
vaudeville on Saturday Matinee, the
usual matinee prices will prevail. 5 &.
1.0 cents. Remember this Innovation
begins today, and only applies to Mati
nee performances. Vaudeville every
night this week.
FOR SOUTH' GEORGIA TODAY: TAKEN BY-
Drop of Twenty-five or Forty Degrees
Predicted Within Next 24 Hours.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A drop of from 25 to 40 degrees
predicted in a special warning
to the Uourd of Trade from Allan
where the notice was received early
U day froiii Whshtlu <•. '|
^li^ l- entir- • •.in.n.k.vl for as tltwj
general appearance of the element:' t
would indicate warm weather aud j
rain. Just how or wwhy the col J j Washington. D. C., an. 2.—The birth
; wave slipped In is not known, nnd so, 0 f the New Year was celebrated in
(attempt is made to locate a reason j the* nation: capitol toduy with all the
(for its existence.* Enow in many por- • brilliance which the custom of many
j ions of Georgia is predicted also, but j y^ars has attached to the observance
, there is hardly any possibility o( the] df the day. Public interest as here-
PRINCESS ALICE LOSES
HER FINE GOWN.
Don’t meet Rouble half way, wait
till he comes then kick him off the
New York, Jan. 1.-—Express Com
pany detectives are scouring New
York for a due to the whereabouts of
a gown which Mrs. Nicholas Long-
worth expected to wear at President
Taft’s New Year Reception Monday
afternoon. Mrs. Longworth came to
New York from Washington recently,
and was measured by her dressmakers.
Inquiry Indicates that the gown was
stolen from a wngon during the holi
By Wearing a Suit Made by
' men you meet on the street
>n the market today.
du can get them at:
H. C. Seaman
Any tiling You Need For Boys.
mow referring to Waycioss.
The change predicted is scheduled
to take place not later than tonight.
tofore centered !u the President’s re
ceptlon at the White House. Althougn
not as largely attended as in somo
Under the circumstances it might, not j previous years, the function was most
he a bad idea to but of your water and j successful in every respect, inasmuch
save troubles along this line omorrow I as it furnished the only opportunity of
the year for several thousand visitors
AS THE FIRST DEMOCRATIC GOV.
OF NEW YORK INI MANY
to greet the President nnd Mrs. Taft
and see the interior of the always
Interesting old mansion.
The function began at 11 a. m., and
continued untjl well along in the af
ternoon. The first greetings of the
day were extended to the President
nnd Mrs. Tatt by the Vice President,
members of the Cabinet and their
ladies.. Then followed the diplomatic,
representatives- accredited to the Uni
ted States, In the prescribed attire of
Albany, N. Y.. .Inn. !i-John A. Itlx, j ,hplr respect^ro-courts. The lino wan
the first Democratic governor of Sew.'™" b - v *" e **" " r ** •Hp'‘»nntlc
Volk has had In years, was Immsura. j HohgelmulWr, the An,-
ted at noon today. j
The ceremonies In the capital were j
extremely - simple nnd occupied lesa [
than half an hour, The programme |
Included (be address of welcome by
Governor Write to his successor, and
the response of the latter.
Among the visitors who witnessed
the ceremonies was a large delegation
of Tammany Hall men. The Inaugu
ration was preceded by a parade of
various companies and commnndt of
the national guard of New York
1 _ . ... „ , . . . .. elate justices of the Sdpreme Court
Troop B of title city tarnrabed the . ■
baaeador from Austria-Hungary.
Other who attracted attention In the
brilliant nsscmhlage were llnrtrn Rosen
the Itiisslan Ambassador; Count Von
Rcrnstorlf, the German Ambassador;
Baron Uchlda, the Japanese Ambassa
dor; M. Jusaerand, the French Am
baasador; Senor de la Barra, the
Mexican Ambaasador; Vlacount d’Alte
the minister ffom Portugal, and Mr.
Arcaemena, the minister from Puna-
Ohlef Justice White and the asso-
personal escort of the new governor.
WAYCROSS BUSINESS COLLEGE
BEGINS WINTER SESSION
The Waycroaa Business Collage of Vnent, repreaentlng the Important bu-
this city, will open ita doork In the
morning for the bcglDnlng of :the
Winter Session. During the year,
1910, n large number of young people
tvns prepared fit thla notable Institu
tion to accept poaltlona of reeponalbll-
Ity and truat. The school closed for
the Chrlatmns holidays with a very
large enrollment, nnd several new
atudenta are expected to reach the
city today and tomorrow. Puplle
entgr tbit college an,any time during
the year, as they pare no vacation
during the aummer. ■>
The President of the school, Prof,
R. F. Zelgler, has recelred many let
ten from bnslheaa men who employ
graduates of the Way cross Business
College, and these letter* are filled
with something about the thorough
ness of thselr Instructions and the
efficiency of their graduates. Every
ambitious young person In this city
should make arrangements at once to
enter this College. You will come In
contact with yotnfg people from dlf
ferent states, and will get the vary
beat 'training possible to he had In a
24tbs FIRST CLASS FLOUR ONLY
75 CENTS, AT
31 2t WILSON GROCERY CO.
of the United States led the entire
Judiciary present, after which cams
Senators and Raprcaentatlrea In Con
gress. The Army, the. Navy and the
Marin* Corps, alto were well repre
sented. The official* of the Govern
reaut of the various departments,
were followed by representatives of
patriotic societies and the members
of the Oldent Inhabitants’ Association
of the District of Columbia. Shortly
alter one o'doch the general, public,
represented by hundred, of m'pn, wo
men and children who bad stood pa
tiently for hours In long quest* wind
ing up to the entrance of the executive
mansion, was admitted to fhe pres
ence of the President and party.
As In former.years the reception
was held In the Blue Room, which
had been tastefully though not elab
orately decorated for the occasion.
The full Marine Band was stationed
at the lobby and played almost con
tinuously during the three hours of
AWAY AT HOME LATE
, W'aycross baa nothing to complain
of Ita treatment during the year. 1910.
And we hope that the New Year will
be even better and more pprosperou*
for us all titan the one Juat passed.
All Engineers that can do so are
requested to meet tomorrow afternoon
at two o'clock, at B. of J>. E. Hall.
O. W. Barnes.
Lucius G. Jenkins has made h;a
After an illness of nearly three
months he died last night at 11:30
o'clock at his home. No. 1 Brunei
That lie was critically 111 was known
only to a fojv friends, but for several
weeks IiIb condition was such that
little hope was entertained for hid
recovery. Three weeks ago he was
taken to an, Atlanta sanitarium In'
hopes that something could he done
to Improve his condition, Physlclnnt)
advised an operation, hut were un
certain as to the outcome. Saturday
It was deemed best to bring Mr. Jen
kins home. He' arrived Sunday
Morning, accompanied by his wife
nnd other relatives.
Mr. Jenkins was 53 years old, and
originally of Madison. Fla. Ho has
been a resident of Waycroaa. for 31
yeara, and was connected with rail
road work all the time. As an engi
neer he was well and Favorably known
In all of South Georgia, where hts
runs had been. He was a member
of the Knights of Pythias and a mem-
bgr of the Brotherhood of Locomotive
The deceased Is survived* by hlg
wife nnd five children, Mrs. W. P.
Sims, Miss Msuda Jenkins, and three
sons, Lucius, Orville aud Powell. He
Is lilsn survived by his parents, Capt
and Mrs. T. u. Jenkins of Valdosta;
three sisters, Mrs. H. B.' I'owell, Mrs.
R. A, Peeples, Jr., and Mrs. H. W.
Dexter, all of Valdosta; four brothers,
H. B. Jenkins, W. A. Jenkins and J.
H, Jenkins of Vnldostn and W. 8.
Jenkins of Alton,'Fla.
The funeral will be conducted from
the residence fomorrow afternoon
Rev. W. H. Scruggs and Rev. .J B.
Thrasher will conduct the service. The
following gentlemen are requested to
act at pallbearers and meet at the
Marvll A <) Quinn undertaking parlor*
at 3:30 tomorrow afternoon: H. B.
Lee, E.‘B. Thayer, F. D. Howard, J.
E. Peek, W. D. Goodrich a nd A. tL
Tho ladle* of the 0. 1. A., are re
quested to meet tomorrow gfternoon
at tho lodgo room for the purpose of
uttendlng the funeral f Mr. L. 0. Jen
No. 26 Howe
Eight rooms- -suita
ble for a boarding
$25 PER MONTH.
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