Sufferer* from this horrible malady
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Cancer beginsoften in a small way, 08the
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A small pimple entile on my |n\v about nn iticli
below the ear on the loft plot of my face. Ilguvt
>nin or Jnconveu-
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not begun to inflame ntul
Itch; It wisild bleed a
continued for some time,
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painful. The Cancer be-
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what a wonderful effect
It bad from the very beginning; the sore began ts
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entirely. This was two years ago; thet
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NOTICE TO PROBATE WILL.
Georgia, Polk County:
Potitlon of G. F, Morgan to prolmto
in Holemn form tho last will ami losta-
innnt ot Mm. Minerva Morgan.
Ordorod, that Mm. Julia Thompson,
Mm. Li/./.lo Jones, G. JT. Morgan, Thomas
W. Morgan, Mm. Minttlo Adams, John
w. Morgan, aim. .miiimo aiiimiih, .ioiiii
Torhuno, Mrs. Motile P. Morg;ui,T]ioiniiH
A. Morgan, J. B. Morgan, W, M, Tumlm
and Mr*. AliasTomba,do bo and appear
bol'oro tho Court of Ordinary to bo hold
In mid lor said county and atato on tho
iHt Monday In January, 1U01, Lot citation
laauo accordingly, ami bo aorvod poraon-
allv upon Mra. .H1111 Thompson, Mra.
Unis Jonoa, O. F. Morgan, Tlio man W.
Morgan, Mra. Minnlo Adama, John Tor-
liiiuo, Sr., Mra. MollloP. Marian, Thom
as A. Morgan, J. Ji, Morgan (roaidontHof
aald county oxcopt John Torhuno, Sr.,
who roaldoaln Floyd county), ton daya
boforn Bald torm of this oourtj and lot
W. M. Tumlin, whoao whoroabouts la
unknown, and Mra, Allen Tomba,a non-
roaidont or thoStalo of Ooorgla,bo aorvod
by publication of aakl oltation onco a
wook for four wcoka In tho Advance
Courlor and Ckiiautown Staniiauu,
nowapapora publlHhod In tho City ol Co-
dnrtown, aald atato ami county.
Thla Nov. 17,1000. A. If. Hood,
Ordinary Polk Comity, Go,
OITT MARSHAL'S TAX SALES FOB
carl DuPree visited relatlvca
at lilt.ffton last wook*
Mr. W. A. Jones spent a part of laat
week in Home.
Miss Mary Brumby arrived here
last week, and Is now at her plnce In
Messrs. .A K. Dempsey, of Prior’s,
nml Dims. Cone, of Codnrtown, visited
here n few days ago.'Their friends arc
always glad to greet them.
Mr. J. 8. Brewster made n Hying
trip to Home Inst week.
Mr. J. E. Itousenl paid us a short
call last week.
Mr. It. A. Caldwell la in Rome today.
Mr, Stephen Hunt, of Hake Creek
was in onr village Mondny on very im
portant business, that of engaging the
ecrvlces'of n minister.
A party of merry young people
hoarded the train nt this plncc Inst
Sundny afternoon and went down to
the mineral springs near Baker’s IIill
Mr.J. II. Johnson and Miss Hattie
Moroer were married here Inst Sundny,
K. A. Caldwell ofllclnting.
Mr. John Vaughn nnd Miss Rosa
Brewster were married nt the home of
the bride’s father, Mr, R. B. Brewster,
on Sunday Inst.
Mr. T. B. Blake, of Atlanta, is again
In Esoin IIill, looking after the inter
ests of the American Cotton Company.
“Is your son a voter?" asked tho vis
itor. “Nope,” answered tho Kentnok-
ian. “Ho ain’t quite old enough to
participate regular in eleotions yot. All
he can do is to sit ont in tho bsok yard
and shoot at a target.”
How to t’uro Croup.
Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Amonin,
Duohoss oonnty, N. Y., snya: "Obam-
berlain’s Cough Bomedy is tho best
mediolne I have over nBed. It is a lino
children’s romody lor oroup and novor
fails to ouro." Wlion given as soon as
tho ohiid beoomos honrso, or ovon after
tho oroupy cough has developed, it will
provont tho attnok. This should bo
homo in mind and a bottlo of tho Oongh
Bomody kept at hand ready for instant
use an - soon na thOBO symptoms appear.
For salo by E. Bradford, druggist.
State of Georgia, County of Polk.
Will bo Bold bol'oro tho door of tho
town, Go., within tho logal hours ol
sale, on tho first Tuesday In January,
11)01, to tho highest bidder for cash, tho
following doaorihod proporty, to-wlt:
One houso nnd let In tho olty of Cedar
town, Gn,, nml doaorihod as follows;
Said proporty fronting onat on Phllpot
alroot, now ooouplod by O. O. Pittman,
and known ns tlm Lane residence prop-
orty. Levied on and will bo sold us t
ifyn tax oxooution laauod by tho
Mayor amt Counoll of aald olty of Oo-
dartown vs. tho aald G. A. Lane nnd
aald proporty for tho purposo of tho olty
tax for tho yonr 1000. Tenant lit posses
sion notltlod as required by law.
Alao at tho anmo tlmo nml plnco will
bo sold tho following proporty to-wlt:—
’ lotlooatod In tho olty of
One houseitntt .-
Codnrtown, Ga., and doscrlbod as fol
lows: Said proporty fronting west 103
foot on Collogo stroot, and running baok
oast 210 ft.,and ooouplod by J. F. Harpor
ua a rosldonco. Levied on nud to bo sold
us tho proporty of J. N. Harpor, by virtue
of and to satisfy a tax exeoutlon laauod
by tho Mayor nnd Council of tho olty ol
Codnrtown, Ga., vs. tho said J. N. Har-
porand aald proporty for tho purposo of
tho olty tax tor tho yoar 1900.
Also nt tho anmo tlmo and plnco will
bo sold tho lollowlng proporty, to-wlt:—
Ouo honsd nnd lot In tho olty ot Cednr-
town, Ga., and doaorihod as lollows: Said
proporty fronting west ou Main stroot
130 foot, and ruunlng hack oast 130 foot;
boundod on tho north by proporty of
Russell it Oolomati, nnd on tho south by
Prior stroot, and ooouplod ns arosldoneo
by Mra. A. O. Prior. Levied on and to
ho sold as tlio proporty of Mrs. A. C.
Prior by vlrtuo of nnd to satisfy a bal
ance duo on a tux execution In favor of
tho Coinmorolnl Bank, transferee,Issued
by tho Mayor and Counoll of tho olty ot
Codnrtown, Gn„ vs. tho said Mrs. A. 0.
Prior and said proporty lor tho purposo
of tho olty tax for tho yoar 1893.
Also at tho snmo tlmo uml plnco will
bo sold tho following proporty, to-wlt—
Ono liouso and lot fronting west 160 feat
on Main street and running bnak oust
160 foot on tho north sido of South Prior
stroot, and ocoupiod by Mrs. A. C. Frior
an a rosldonco; ono lot fronting 60 foot
on South Prior stroot and running baok
180 It; ono lot treating 30 ft on South
Prior stroot ntul running baok 100 ft;
lour lots on South Prior stroot and on
tho E. & W. R. R. in Its yards, ns fol
lows: ouo lot 100 ft front and 200 ft in
depth, ono lot 210 ft front nnd 210 ft In
depth, ono lot 80 It front nnd 172 ft 111
dopth, nnd ono lot 60ft front and 135 it
in dopth, all lying and being in tho city
ol Codnrtown, Gn. Lovlod on nnd to bo
aold n« (ho proporty of Mra. A. O, Prior,
5 of nnd to “ *
by virtue of and to sntisfy
tlon issued by tho Mayor nnd Counoll
of tho olty of Codnrtown, Ga., vs. tho
said Mrs. A. O. Prior nud said property
for tho purp iso of the olty tax for tho
Mrs. G. B. Stovall is in Codnrtown
with hor daughter, Airs. J, W. Adam
son. Air. and Alra. Adamson' havo tho
congratulations of thoir many friends
in Madison on tho rooont arrival of a
lino boy at thoir homo.—Madison Ad-
Purify tho sewors of tho body
stimulate tho digostivo
maintain hoalth, strength nnd onorgy.
Prickly Ash Bittors is a tonio for tho
kidnoys.Uvor, stomaoh and bowols. T,
Kontnokian—"Ho oallod mo a liar,
sir.” Now Yorker—“And what did you
do?" Kontnokian— "I wont to tho
To produce the best results
in fruit, vegetable or grain, the
fertilizer used must contain
enough Potash. For partic
ulars see our pamphlets. We
send them free.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., Now York.
ROUNDLAP PREMIUM $2 44 NET.
Tho most effective littlo liver pills
made nro DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
They never gripe. E. Bradford.
Wo boliovo it was n Ohiongo boy, that
had spent oonsidorablo timo around a
stable, who referred to his parents- as a
This tho 5th day of December, 1900.
J. M. Jolly, City Marshal.
Georgia, Polk County.
By vlrtuo of an order of the Court of
Ordinary of said county, will be aold at
S ublio outcry, on the first Tuesday in
anuary, 1901, at the Court House in said
eountv, betweon tho usual hour* of salo.
the lollowlng real estate situate in Polk
county, Ga., to-wlt: Lots ot land Nos.
450,480 and 481, in 2nd district and 4th
section, containing 120 acres. Terms of
salo, cash. This Docembor 3,1900.
. Mrs. N. L. Hikes,
Adtnrx. of W. H. Hines, deceased.
If so, there must be some
trouble with its food. Well
babies are plump; only the
sick are thin. Are you sure
the food is all right? Chil
dren can't help but grow;
they must grow if their food
nourishes them. Perhaps a
mistake was made in the
past and as a result the di
gestion is weakened. If that
is so, don’t give the baby
a lot ot medicine; just use
your every-day common
sense and help nature a
little, and the way to do
it is to add half a teaspoon
to the baby’s food three or
four times a day. The gain
will begin the very first day
you give it It seems to
correct the digestion and
gets the baby started right
again. If the baby is nurs
ing but does not thrive, then !
the mother should take the I
emulsion. It will have a t
good effect both upon the 1
mother and child. Twenty- j
five years proves this fact. s
50c. and $1.00, all druggists. £
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York*. S
• IH—HH— «>—J
That’s What Farmers Mndoby Using
Tho Starkville Itoumllap Press.
Tho Southern Farm Gazotto of Stark-
villo, Alisa., published tho following
about a tost mado to show tho rolativo
value of roundlap and square bales:
"The first day tho roundlap plant was
oporntod was Friday, Oot. 12. Tho
groat majority of tho cotton put up on
tho round halo press that day was sold
for 10:83 oonts. Some of those samples
takon at random wore oarriod to W. W.
Scales, ono of the leading ootton buy
ers of this seotion, who was asked what
its valuo was in the square form. Ho
said 0.30 would bo tho best our market
oould poy. Tho same Bamplos wore
taken to Storu & Goodman, also largo
ootton buyers, and thoy, behoving it
was sqnaro ootton, mado 0:60 as thoir
best offer. This showod a difforonoo of
85 points, or about $4.25 a halo. Tho
noxt day ootton was lower and tho
round bnlo ootton brought 10.15 on an
average, whilo tho same grades of
square ootton brought 0.876, or 77$
points, difforonoo. Wo also weighed tho
wrapping ou tho two kinds of halos and
found 14 pounds difforonoo in favor of
'So, if a oortain amonnt of ootton
made into a round bnlo woighs 500
pounds tho samo amount in a sqnaro
halo would woigh 514 pounds. Tho 500
pounds round ootton nt tho average
prioo of tho two days, 10.26 oonts,
would bring $61.25. Daduot ginning
$1.60, rental of press $1.00, and wrap
ping 40 cents, nnd wo havo n not prioo
of $48.85, Tho 514 pounds square oot
ton nt its nvorngo, 0,4875 oonts would
bring $48.51, Dodnot ginning $1.50,
prioo of bagging nnd ties $1.00 and
weighing 10 oonts, and wo havo not
$45.01 for the Bqunre ootton. This gives
a difforonoo of $2.44 not in favor of (ho
LAKE CREEK LET'IER.
Air. J. W. Wilkins and wife wore
pleasant visitors at tho homo of J. B.
Woods Saturday nud Sundny.
Air. W. L. Drummond, of Bnclmnnn,
was visiting hiB brother, T. 8. Drum
mond, Saturday and Sunday.
Air. E. S. Woods, of Cedar .Volley,
was in our burg Sunday. «•
Air. T. 8. Drummond wns in Romo
Saturday on business.
Air. J. B. Woods was in Romo Fridny
and Saturday selecting and buying a
lot of Christmas goods. Ho has a lino
Mr. B. H. Cook is proparing to ao-
oommodato tho pcoplo of this seotion
noxt yonr by grinding thoir corn. Ho
has a good mill, nnd with littlo work
can put it in running ordar.
Airs. B. H. Cook, who has been siok
for somo time, is convaloscont.
On account of J. A. Tuokor contest
ing tho olootion of T. E. Brook, tho lat-
tor and quite n number of his friends
wore in Codnrtown Monday to hear tho
testimony taken before Ordinary Hogg,
Messrs. Fielder and Mundy dofonding
Mr. B, Logan and Miss Sallio Tread-
away woro married last Sunday morn
ing in tho pnbllo road two miles from
Oodartown by 'Squire J. A. Tnokor.
Wo extend to thorn our congratulations,
Messrs. J. B. Hogg and Wade and
Jones Whitehead wore out hunting last
Thursday. Thoy arrivod at Lake Crook
about 1 o’olook worried and hnngry.
They oallod for cans of ohippod beof,
oysters, Vienna sausago, potted ham,
sardines and a lot of oraokors, and after
eating all of thi£ called for two and a
half ponnds of breakfast bsaon. I don’t
gnoss thoy wanted any supper.
Mi . Lnna E. Chandler has returned
from Oodartown, whoro ho spont several
days on business.—Carrollton Free
Porfootiy healthy pooplo havo pure,
rioh, warm, nourishing blood, good ap-
potlto and good digestion. Hood’s Sar
saparilla gives those, and thus it makcB
pcoplo honltby and keeps thorn so. Get
Siok hoadaoho is ourod by Hood’s
Mrs. Jones—“Don’t troublo yonrsolf
to soo mo to tho door, Mrs. Smith
Mrs. Smith—"No troublo. Qaito
ploasuro, I assure yon.”
PETITION TO AMEND 0HARTER.
State of Georgia, County of Polk.
To th^Buporlor Court of said Count;
ion of Codnrtown Cotton Oil
Company, and of L. 8. Lodbottor, J. A.
Wynn, E. T. MaGheo, J. E, Housonl,
nnd thoir associates, orlglm.1 potillonors
for tlio .Incorporation of Bald Company,
rat. Tlint said Codnrtown Cotton
Oil Company was upon propor petition
incorporated by this Court nnd tho samo
1ms boon duly and locally organized, all
tlio capital siook paid.in, nnd procoodod
to oxoroiso its corporate rights.
Socond. Petitioners doslro tlio Char
ter granted them by tins Court amended
so that tlio nnino ol tho Coporntlon shall
bo “Codnrtown Oil Mills” In linn of and
lustoad of tho prosont oorporato name,
as stntod nbovo, nnd that in Its namo so
ohnugod it shall axorolso all tho corpor
ate rights conforrod by said Churtor.
This Potltion Is brought In bolmlf of
said Corporation and nil Its Stockhold
ers, who pray tho Court to allow and
mnko tho amondinont aforesaid.
Bunn A Trawiok,
Petition filed in tho olUco this tho 21st
day or November. 1900.
W. C. Knioht, Clerk.
Tbo above is a truo copy of tho origi
nal Petition filed In my ofilco, this the
21st dny of Norombor, 1000.
W. C. Knioht,
Clork Po'k Superior Court.
Notco to Debtors nnd Creditors.
Notice la hereby given to alt creditors of tho
estate of W, L. B. Powell, Into or i’olk county,
deceased, to reitdor in an account of their de
mands to mo witnln tho time prescribed by law.
manna to mo witnin the tlmo proscribed by law,
properly mado out. And all persona indebted
to said deceased aro hereby required to make
immediate payment to tbo undersigned. This
tbo oth day of December, 1900.
" W. U. England, Executor.
Georgia; rolls' .County.
f- »y virtue of au order from the court of 01-
dlnnryof fcnid county, will be sold at public
outcry on tho first Tuesday In January, 1001,
at the court house in said county, between the
legal hours of sale, tho following real estate
to-wlt: All of lot No. 525 and all of lot No, 524
oxcopt a strip oil of tbo north sido of said lot,
-apposed to contain three acres, and running
ith the lano; said tano being tbo dividing lino
otween tbo lands of Audrow fc'opp, deceased,
ad John A. Orebaugh, deceased, and fifteen
Bros off of the east side of lot No. 523. All of
said lots and parts of lots lying and being in
the 21st district and 3rd sootnn of said oountv
and containing in the aggregate 02 acres, more
or less. Tbo abovo described property is tbo
homo place of the lato Andrew Coup, situated
in Colfard Valley, with about 70 acres ot open
land, the remaining 22 acros in tho woods, and
well timbered, with dwelling nnd out buildings
sufficient to make it a very desirable homo.
Said place also contains a fine oro bank. Tbo
above described property is sold for division
among the heirs of said estate. Terms cash.
W. J. Lawson,
Ey. of Andrew Copp, deceased,
Georgia, Polk County:
Whereas E. H. Richardson, executor of the
last will of A. Richardson, represents to the
court in Ins petition, duly filed aud outered on
record, that bo ba* fully administered A. Rich
ardson's ostate; this is therefore to cito all
persons concerned, klddrnd and creditors, to
show cause, if any they can, why said executor
should not bo discharged from bis administra
tion and receive lettors of dismission on the first
Georgia, Polk countyWhereas, S K Hogue,
administrator of JO Hitchcock, represents to
tho court In his petition, duly filed and entered
on record, that lie lias fully administered J o
Hitchcock’s estate: This is therefore to cite
all persons concerned, kindred and crenitors,
to show cause, if any they can, why said ad
ministrator should not bo discharged from his
administration nnd receive letters of dismis-
8 on on the 1st Monday in January, 1901.
10-13,11 A fl - ”
!> iloGo, Ordinary.
Many persons have had the expe
rience of Mr. Peter Sherman, of North
Stratford, N. H., who says: ’‘For
years I suffered torture from chronic
indigestion, but Ivodol Dyspepsia Cure
made a well man of me.” It digests
what you eat and is a certain cure for
dyspepsia and every form of stomach
trouble. It gives relief at once even in
the worst cases, and can’t help but do
yon good. E. Bradford.
Ho—“I understand you havo a family
tree?” She—"Oh, yes.” Ho-’.’Woll,
tho fellow who picks yon will get a
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Mr. Jones—'‘I'm afraid Mrs. ’Brown
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ance.” Mrs. Jones—“Yes; and sacri
fices it in vain.”
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Bear, tio ^0The Kind Van Han Always Bought
Mr. Lntlier Goldin died at the homo
of bis parents, in Cedortown, last Sun
day night, after an illness of a few days
with pneumonia fever. The deceased
was about 10 years of age at the timo of
his death; was the son of Mr. <T. A.
Golden, a former resident of this
oonnty, and has a host of relatives and
friends hero who were pained to learn
of his untimely death. The remains
wore brought to this oonnty and in
terred in the oemetery at Union 'Hill
Monday evening.—Buohanan Tribune.
Clara—“Evidently Mr. Sweetsor is
bead over heelB in love with yon, Miss
Edith.” Edith—“Nonsense!” Clara—
“Oh, hut it’s a faot. Ho nottially said
ho delighted to hear you sing.”
Nell (exoitedly)—"Here’s a telegram
from Jack Punter of the ’varsity team.”
Bello—“What’s it say?” Nell—"It says:
‘Nose broken- How do you . prefer it
Bet—Greek or Roman?’ "
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!WORMS!|v W E r11f C UCE!,
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Tho Qeorgia Loan and Trust
Co. will negotiate loans, well sc
oured by improved real estate, at
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on reasonable commission in
sums of $250 or more. Good
Correspondent for Polk Co.
Missouri Pacific Railway nml Iron
Are you going West of the Missit-
sippi River ? Writh the undersigned for
reliable information and rates. Low
rates for parties to Tfcxas.Oklahoma and
I. E. Rehlandeb,
Trav. Pass. Agent, 10 E. 8th. St.,
She—“What’s tho difference between
vaudeville and variety?” He—“Oh,
you call it vandevillo when yon first get
tho habit of going and are still a littlo
bit ashamed of it.”
Bears the j*Tha Kind You Hava Always Bought
Beara the ^9 Tha Kind You Have Always Bought
KIDNEYS ARE OVERWORKED"
r They make known their condition bit frequent'
'HEADACHES.SLEEPLESSNESS, NERVOUS WEAKNESS.’
r BACKACHES, CHANGES IN URINE, AND IRRITABLE TEMPERl
'-.IT IS DANGEROUS TO NEGLECT THESE WARNINGS,
KAY & BRO.,
Cash Orders Promptly Filled, t
Rome, Gra. >
Lady engaging a now cook—“Aro
you sure you don’t keep company with
a policeman?” “Yes, I do, ma’am; bufc
he’s a very small eater.”
“One of de great hindrances in de
way of de oullnd race,” said Uncle
Eben, “is dat dar ain* no way of habbin
chicken stealin’ politely spoke of in de
papers ns a defalcation.”
ACT AT ONCE*
IS A SUCCESSFUL
It cleanses the system of poisons and impui
conveys a healing and strengthening intluc
to the suffering kidneys, PURIFIES THE B - "
stimulates the Liver, Stomach and Bov
and works a speedy improvement in
the condition of the body
^ AT DRUGGISTS.
For sa e by T. F. Burbank.