A CURE GUARANTEED $
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
MANUFACTURED AND SOLD BY
T. IF. BTJRBA1TK,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
MADE ONLY FROM CHARCOAL IRON.
Machine Work and Repairs
, OF ALL KINDS.
LUMBER SURFACING, RIPPING, ETC.
ALL WORK PROMPTLY EXECUTED
AT REASONABLE RATES.
ALABAMA & GEORGIA IRON CO.,
VANDIVER WHISKEY CO.,
JOHN M. VANDIVER, Mgr
Ho. 18 Broad St, (BAKU'S OL; STABLE) ROME, GA.
FINE WHISKIES, BRANDIES,
,JU« ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
i TELEPHONE NO. ~4
HFor Fine Job Printing come to The Standard Office..^
L. 8. LKDBKTTER.
Fire, Life and Accident
Companies in the World.
Special Attention given to the
Prompt Payment of Losses.
Large or Small.
The Travelers* Accident Ins. Co.
Hartford Fire Ins. Co.
vEnta Fire Ins. Co.
Phconix Flro Ins. Co.
Coramerlcal Union Fire Ins, Co.
[ National Fire Ins. Co.
' Insurance Company of North Amotion.
North British and Mercantile.
Continental Ins. Co.
Greenwich Ins. Co.
£t. Paul Ins. Co.
Georgia Home Ins. C.
Pennsylvania Ins. Co.
Liverpool and London and Globed
German American Ins. Co.
Atlanta Home Ins. Co.
Home of New York Itts. Co.
Manhattan Ins. Co.
Traders Ins. Co.
Imperial Ins. Co. ^
Union of London Ins. Co.
All Old and Reliable Companies.
L.S. Ledbetter & Co,, Agts.
The All-round Up-to-date
jjN ffw '“Shoemaker,
/s, Has bought the shoe business
formerly owned by 0. M. Duna
way, and is still doing business
at the old stand.
\ Bring me your work. I will
appreciate it, and do it neat and
promptly. I make- shoes from
$3 up. Yours for business,
North Main Street.
"I don’t think I want much to cat
today; my Btomaoh isn't qnito right,”
said tho gloomy-looking man, ns ho
glanced over tho bill-of-fare. "Just
bring mo somo sparoribs and sauor-
kraut, a glass of milk,a piooo of Roque
fort ohooso, and a portion of plum pud
ding. It’s hotter to bo oarefal of your
stomaoh than to bo siok.”
CEDARTOWN FIRE DEPART
Will give an oyster supper at the
It. P. hall Tuesday,Dec. 18th, begin
ning at 6 p. in., and lasting till all
are served. Popular prices.
Mrs. J. H. Dodds and Mrs. J. H.
Sanders will superintend,and a bevy
of pretty girls will serve the tables.
This supper Is given to raise funds
for the Tournament that will bo hold
here next summer, arid a liberal
patronage will be highly appreciated
by the llremen and their blends.
C. R. Pittman, Ch’rn, Com.
m m m
New goods, and lots of them—in
stock, arriving, and to arrive. Come
and see them. '
J. L. Turner, Jeweler,
at Old Postofllce Building.
Dr. W. A. Chapman arrived home
Monday from Richmond, Va., where
he was called by theaccldentai shoot
ing of his brother,John, in a revenue
mid. His many friends will be gliul
to learn that his brother is now
rapidly recovering from his injuries.
Mr. M. B. Ware has lot the con
tract for three new cottages in East-
view to Mr. J. V. Oppert. They
will be built at once, and will help
to “ease down the pressure” for more
bouses to take care of our rapidly in-
The Park Pavilion is being beauti
fied by u handsome coal of paint, the
rouf and lattice being green, and the
structure itself cream and brown.
The work is being done by Mr. A.
F. Gross, tho clever painter, who
generously donated his labor, the
ladles of the Park Association only
paying for the materials used.
Mr, J. S. Stubbs has decided to
close out his general merchandise
business after the first of January,
atid will devote his entire time to
tho cotton business. He will be the
cotton-buyer for the Standard Cot
ton Mills next year, und will be
hereafter us heretofore a leading fac
tor in Ccdnrtown’s cotton market.
The old Treadaway building now
occupied by J. S. Stubbs will be the
business stand of Messrs. J. IT.
Stewart & Bro., who will do a gon
eral merchandise business here lifter
the first of January. One of these
gentlemen resides in Cave Spring,
the other in Alubama, and Cedar
town will give them (he usual
hearty welcome to the ranks of her
No man in Polk has more friends
than Dr. Win. Bradford, and they
were pleased to see him out lust
week after a several days’ indisposi
tion. So soon ns ho is sufficiently
recovered, the Doctor hopes to toko
a vacation and go out to California
fur recuperation during tho winter
months. An army of warm personal
irlends hope for his speedy and per
manent restoration to the heat of
good health; while regretting ex
ceedingly the occasion of his en
forced absence in the West.
WHEW YOXJ VISIT ROME
With intentions to trade, have you made up you mind where you are going to do it? Thoro is
no doubt about this store being the cheapest place to buy goods at in Rome. Our reasons for doing
it are so plain, so siniplo and so well known, that it is hardly necessary to repeat them hero. You
should not trade anywhere till you inivo lmd our prices—that is, if you value your money. Your
neighbors all save money by trading with us. Why don’t you?
PARKER’S „ a
—» m in mini i and bcautlflca the ball;
V-S^mVronuAci a luxuriant growth.
r-) 81 Pn>|gjg
The One Day Cold Cure.
Cold In liend and sore throat cured by Ker-
motes Chocolates Laxative Quinine. As easy to
take as candy. ** Children cry for them.
7 Tho On© Day Cold Cure.
For colds and sore throat use Kermott’s Cboco-
' Laxative Quinine. Easily taken as candy
f and quickly cure.
E. Bradford guarantees every bottle
of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy and
will refnnd the money to anyone who
is not satisfied after using two-thirds of
tho contents. This is tho best remedy
in the world for la grippe, ooughs.
colds, croup and whooping cough, and
is pleasant and safe to take. It pre
vents any tendenoy of a cold to result
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Housekeeper—“I’d just like to know
why you go tramping through the
oountry?” Mouldy Mike—“Well, mum,
I’ve heard that these ’ere palace cars is
rather stuffy, mum.”
Every woman loves to think of tho
own, will nestle in her bosom, fully
satisfying the yearning which lies in
the heart of every good woman. But
yet there is a black cloud hovering
about the pretty picture in her mind
which fills her with terror. The
dread of childbirth takes away much
of the Joy of motherhood. And yet it
need not be so. For sometime there
has been uponlhe market, well-known
and recommended by physicians, a
which makes chiidblrth as simple and
easy as nature intended it. It is a
strengthening, penetrating liniment,
which the skin readily absorbs. It
gives the muscles elasticity and vigor,
prevents sore breasts, morning sick
ness and the loss of the girlish figure.
An Intelligent mother in Butler, Pa..-
sayss “ Were I to need Mother’s Friend
again. [ would obtain 0 bottles if I had
to pay $5 per bottlo for it. w
Get Mother’s Friend at the drug
store. $1 per bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
Write for our free illustrated book, *! Before
liaDy is Horn."
228 & 230 BROAD ST., ROME,
What i Cent Will Buy.
0«ke good Onyx Soap, lo
Good Aluminum Thimblb lc
Child’s Leather Purse lc
Paper good Pins lc
Paper good Steel Needles lo
Box good Hair Pins lc
Good Corkscrew lc
Children’s Toy Shovel or Hake lc
Whit to Cents Will Buy.
Man’s good Undershirt 10c
Ladies’ Jersey Ribbed Vest. 10c
1 doz. Ladies’ Aluminum Hair
1 doz. Horn Hair Pins 10c
Large Cabinet, assorted Hair
Good Hair Brush , 10c
Extra large White Honeycomb
Men’s extra heavy mixed
Men’s good Linen Collars 10c
Bottle Dest Shoe Polish 10c
Good Yale Spring Lock,2 keys 10c
Large Steel Curry Comb 10c
What 5 fonts Will Buy.
1 pair Ladies’ Fast. Bl’k Hose 5c
Children’s Fast Bl’k rib. Hose 5c
Ladies’ All-linen Hemstitched
Ladies’ -Hemstitched Initial
Men’s good mixed Seeks 5c
Men’s large Hemstitched Hand
Pnirgood Steel Wire-Cutters 5c
Good Can-Opener 5c
Good Steel Tack Hammer. 6c
Large bottle pure Vaseline 5c
Large bottlo best Machine Oil 5c
Bottle best black Ink 5c
Bottle good Mucilage 5c
Large bottle good Bay Hum 5c-
Fancy bottle good Perfume 5c
Good Glass Cutter 5c
Good rolling Tape Measure 5c
Good Fire Shovel 5c
Good Steel Poker 5c
Men’s good Leather Purse 6c
Large size Honeycomb Towel 5c
Large cake pure Castile Soap 5c
THESE ARE ALL BIG MONEY SAVERS.
Ladies’ Fur and Braid-trimmed
Ladies’ good Cloth Gape 16c
Extra good Fur-trimmed Oloth
Ladies’ Black Dress Skirt . 80c
Ladies’ doth Jackets, worth
Men’s heavy Jean Pants 85c
Men’s good Overalls 85c
Boys’ good Suits 75c
Boys’ extra good Knee Pants 20c
Men’s good Wool Suits $2.08
Men’s Sunday Congress Shoes 50c
Boys’ solid Leather Brogans 08c
Men’s solid Leather Oak Kip
Ladies’ good Sunday Shoes 08c
Ladies’ heavy Fleeced Vests 25c
Ladies’ Jersey Combination
Children's Combination Suits 26c
Good Turkey Red Damask 15c
White Table Damask, Colored
AAA yard-wide Sheeting, yd 4Jc
Heavy Cotton Checks; yard 4£c
Good heavy Bed Ticking, yd 0|c
Heavy Southern Seal Drilling 0£c
Heavy Canton Flannel, yd 5c
Extra heavy Canton Flannel 8£
Very heavy Colored Outings 8£
Remnants best Flanelette, yd 7c
Double-fold Fa’y Dress Goods 12£
Double-fold Storm Serge,yd 124
Thousands of Yards of Remnants—
Percales, Calicoes, Worsteds, Flanelettes and
Shirtings==all Big Bargains.
OUR HONOR ROLL.
Tim Standard has been made happy
within the past few days by the, pay
ment of the following subscriptions:
F Hanson $100
Rev. A A Pittman 100
Rev. A F Nunn I 00
D A Hicks 1 00
W I. Scott 00
SC Dean 00
•IN Hamrick 100
JC Atwood .:... 100
E Hinkloy 100
W R Brook 100
SF Fries 1 00
A RGoliglitly 100
L L Earp 75
Rev. Joe Wood 50
.J H MoDowell.. 1.. 50
M rs. T F Cowan t.. 1 60
Thos. Terrell 50
Mrs. U. B. Ware 8 GO
WO Cornelius ....6 00
J S Young 200
T L Rose 1 60
CF Miller \... 100
Mrs. CE Little ... 100
W U Morgan 2 00
.1 F Grimes 1 00
.1 R Roberts 2 00
J C Walker. 1 00
Cold Steel or Death.
“There is but one small chance to
save your life and that is through an
operation," was the awful prospect set
before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge,
Wis., by hor dootor after vainly trying
to oure nor of a frightful case of stomaoh
trouble and yellow jaundice. He didn’t
count on tho marveloua power of Eleo-
trio Bitters to onre stomaoh and livor
troubles, but she heard of it, took seven
bottles, wbb wholly onred, avoided sur
geon’s knife, now weighs moro and
feels better than ever. It’s positively
guaranteed to ouro stomach, livor and
kidney tronbles and never disappoints.
Price, GOo, at E. Bradford’s drug store.
The Cedartown Oil Mills are doing
finely,making a splendid record for a
new industry. Over 7,000 gallons of
oil were shipped yesterday, and their
full tanks of 32,000 gallons would have
been emptied if the oars could have
been secured. An Immense amount of
oottonseed meal and hulls have been
sold by this factory, and the mill is
crowded with a line lot of seed. A new
meal crusher has just taken dhe place of
a smaller mill, which now turns nut
about 8,000 sacks of meal daily. The
gentlemen at the head of this industry
are hustlers, and all are proud of the
success from the first which this en
terprise is enjoying/
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE.
A desirable G-room cottage on Gib
son street, newly painted und In tip
top condition. Lot 92x100 ft. Price
$1700;, deferred payments on two-
thirds of amount.
A magnificent two-story brick
cottage on Wlssnhickon avenue,
covered with slate" and having all
the modern conveniences. Large
The magnificent Bunn plantation
on Cave Spring road, 2J miles out,
containing 340 acres of rich valley
land. Cedar Creek on wpst side.
Lurg9 twn-story frame dwelling,
barn, tenant nnd other houses.
J. R. Barber.
The north pole is very muoh like a
woman’s pooket. Wo all know where
it should be, blit we can’t find it.
Have you a cold? A dose of Bollard’s
Horehound Syrup at bed-time will re
move it. Price 25o and GOo. T. F.
In biliousness, Hcrbine, by expell
ing from the body the excess of bile
and notds, improves the assimilative
processes, purifies the blood, nnd tones
up nnd strengthens the entire system.
Price 50c. T. F. Burbank.
Love mnkes the world go round only
when the lovers are intoxicated with
The disposition of children largely
depends upon health. If they are
troubled with worms, they will
irritable, oross, feverish, nnd perhaps
seriously siok, White’s Crenm Ver
mifuge Is a worm expeller and tonio to
make them healthy nnd cheerful. Price
26c, T. F. Burbank.
Edmonia—"Edgar, I’m going to burn
thoso new photographs of mino; they
look ten years older than I do.” Edgar
—“Nonsense; pnt thorn away until you
can catch up with them.”
When it comes to word painting the
sign painter is nt the top of the ladder.
When the stomach is tired out it
must have n rest, but we can’t live
without food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
“digests what you eat” so that you
can eat all the good food you wnnt
while it is restoring the digestive
organs to health. It is the only prepa
ration that digests all kinds of food.
Some men are so very good that it is
a question what they are good for.
Don’t forgot to use a little Prickly
Ash Bitters whenever the Btoranol
or bowolB nro disordered. It quiokly oor
roots such troubles and mnkes you feel
bright nnd cheerful. T. F. Burbank.
»®uPay up your subscription to
GOVERNMENT COTTON REPORT.
The agricultural department,
cotton report Monday estimates
the crop at 10,100,000 bales and
acreage at 25,500,000.
The estimated yield in pounds
of lint cotton per acre is: Virginia,
180“j North Carolina, 109; South
Carolina, 107; Georgia, 172;
Florida, 188; Alabama, 151; MiB-
sippi, 159; Louisiana, 284; Texas,
220; Arkansas, 228; Tennessee,
177; Missouri, 275; Oklahoma,
818; Indian Territory, 289. •
Immediately after the an
nouncement of this report, cot
ton took a tumble of one-half a
cent a pound. The best grade is
bringing in Cedartown today 9£
The Insurance companies made a
satisfactory settlement this week with
Mr. W. W. Prior for the Iobb the latter
sustained at the recent Ore in which
his foundry was destroyed. The settle
ment was arranged througli the enter
prising agency of L. 8. Ledbetter &
Co., the full amount of insurance
being paid by the companies. This
prompt nnd liberal course on their
part will enable Mr. Prior to rebuild
Ills foundry, the work on which haB
already been started.
Mr. Stephen A. Hunt was happily
married yesterday afternoon nt 8:!
o’olook to Miss Patience Harris. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. G.
B. Boman nt the .home of the bride
near Lake Greek, and was witnessed
by only a few relatives nnd friends of
the oouple. The bride is the attractive
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben. H.
Harris, the groom being the popular
County Surveyor-elect of Polk. T|ieir
many friends extend heartiest con
gratulations and best wishes.
Gentlemen, if you have good
horses and mules, don’t let just' any
body shoe them when you can get
them shod at the Riurie price at Ter-
hune’H up-to-date shop on Court
PENNSYLVANIA PUKE RYE,
EIGHT YEARS OLD.
OLD SHARPE WILLIAMS
FOUR FULL QUARTS OF THIS
FINE OLD PURE RYE.
We ship on approval in plain, scaled boxes,
with no marks to indicate contents. When you
receive it and test it, if it is not satisfactory, re
turn it nt our expense nnd wc will return your
$3.50. We guarantee this brand to be eight
yenrs old. Eight bottles lor $6.50, express pre
paid; 12 bottles for $9.50 express prepaid; 1 gallon
jug, express prepaid, f3.oo| 2 gallon jug, express
prepnld, $5.50. No charges for boxing.
We handle all the leading brands of Rye and
Bourbon Whiskies in the market, and will save
vou 50 per cent on your purchases.
Kentucky Star Bourbon $ 35 $125
Elkridge Bourbon „ 40 1 50
Coon Hollow Bourbon 45 1 60
Mel 1 wood Pure Rye. ..... 50 1 90
Monogram Rye; 35 2 00
McBraycr Rye 60 2 25
Baker's aaaa 65 2 40
O..Q. P. (Old Oscar Pepper) 65 240
Hoffman House Rye.
Mount Vernon .R yenrs old)....
Real Estate Agent
Sffi^FOR SALE—City Lots, Resi
dences, Timber Lands, Business
SQT4,000 acres Fine ORE Property
near E. & W. road for sale.
USyFarm Lands. Some of the Finest
Farm Lands in Georgia, in Either
Small or Large Tracts—Also in Mid-',
die and South Georglu.
WSTTaxPs Paid, Rents Collected.
Pay your subscription to The Standaid;
Jy a ....
. _ carry in stock. Send for catalogue.
All oilier goods by the gallon, such as Corn
Whiskey, Peach and Apple Brandies, etc., sold
equally nb low, from $1.25 gallon upwards.
We make a specialty of the jug trade and nil
orders by mall or telegraph will have our prompt
attention. Special inducements offered.
The Altmayer &
Flatau Liquor Co.
■#9“Mnll orders shipped some day receipt of
50G. 5Q8, 509, 510, 512 Fourth St.
Near Union Passenger Depot.
MACON, - GEORGIA..
Dr. Feniir’s KIDNEY
Kidney, Bladdor nnd Urinnry
1 ruuim-r*, Lamo Back,Heart Disease,8kln
Disease, Rheumatism, Bed Wotting, etc.