DKVOThD TO THE BEST INTERESTS OK ('KI)ARTOWN AND POLK COUNTY.
CEDARTOWN, GEORGIA. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31. PHD
Cuts a big figure with us, and we have planned lor
him In school or college or business his clothes should be
the echo ol his tastes, and not ol his lather’s or his uncle’s.
So Stein-Bloch have made specially designed sack suits and
overcoats for him, in style adapted to his exacting demands
in dress, We believe they are what he has been searching
for and ask him to Come in and find out.
Suits and Overcoats
$12.50 to $30.
Agents BOYDEN, CLAPP and WALK
OVER SHOES, $3.50 to $6.
Stetson and no name Hats, $2.50 to
Jno. 8. Lacy & Co.
Next Door to Postoffice,
Up ■ to ■ Date Clothiers and Furnishers.
A|man with curly hair has as many
excuses for keeping his hat off as a
oald man has for peeping his on.
Application Tor Administration.
Georgia, Polk County:
To whom it may concern:—T. H.
Booz, Sr., having In proper form ap
plied to me tor permanent lettera of
admlnlatratilon on the estate of Mrs.
Clara J. Barton, late of said county,
this Is to cite all and singular the
creditors and next of kin of Mrs." Is false in both instances.
either. You know people
who have drank Arbuckles’
ARIOSA all their lites.
Look at them. They like
it and they haven’t had to
quit drinking it.
Don’t let any man sell
you something instead,
wliich may ruin your
I7te Georgia Loan and Trust
I Co. will negotiate loans, well se
ared by improved real estate, at
|£/.r PER CENT INTEREST
reasonable commission in
•j,ms of $250 or more. Good
I applications wanted.
Correspondent for Polk Co
Clara J. Barton to be and appear at
my office within the time allowed by
law, and show cause, if any they can,
why permanent administration should
not be granted to H. J. Dempsey on
Mrs. Clara J. Barton's estate. Wit
ness my hand and official signature,
this 7ht day of Oct., 1907.
A. D. HOGG, Ordinary.
Application for Administration.
Georgia, Polk County:
To all whom It may concern:—J. M.
Jenkins having In proper form ap
plied to me for permanent letters of
administration on the estate of Wil
liam Jenkins, late of said county,
this isto cite all and singular the
creditors and next of kin of Wil
liam Jenkins to be and appear at my
office within the time allowed by law,
and show cause, if any they can, why
permanent administration should not
be granted to J, F. Carmichael on
William Jenkins’ estate. Witness my
hand and official signature, this 7th
day of Oct., 1907.
A. D. HOGG, Ordinary.
Application for Dismission.
Georgia, Polk County:
Whereas, J. L. Moore and Seaborn
Jones, executors of last will of Mrs.
M. G. Jones, represent' to the court
In their petition duly filed and en
tered on record that they have fully
administered Mrs. M. G. Jones’ es
tate; this is therefore to cite all
persons concerned, kindrid and cred
itors, to show cause, if any they can,
why said executors should not be
discharged from their administration,
and receive letters of dismission on
the first Monday In Nov.. 1907.
A. D HOGG. Ordinary
We offer One Hundred Dollars KewRrd for ,tv
' cannot be cured by Hall’a
” y St <’,» , Toledo, o
n P.J Cheney
him perfet tly
Ca'arrh Cure F. J. <:h
We. the • nriersignA] hav
honorable in t ll bui
ciallv able to earn
his firm. Walding. Kinnah
obligations made by
•— - Marvi-
Editors Standard:—Whereas It has
been reported and continues to be re
ported that I have been selling beer-
ine and that the last Grand Jury found
a bill against me for the same, I wish
to say to the public that said report
not have paid any attention to this
report had I not been a minister of
the Gospel, and such report does
me and the cause I represent quite
an injustice. W. J. LOWORN.
The current number of Uncle Re
mus’ Magazine has a cover design
most appropriate to the season, for it
represents a rabbit in furious flight
as though seeking to escape from an
unseen hunter. But, unlike the reg
ulation rabbit fleeing from the Nov
ember hounds,this one bears a shield
of Uucle Remus’ Magazine clasped
to his breast and is clothed in the
garb of a man. It is not difficult to
imagine that he made good his es
cape from the unseen foe and joined
somewhere in the distance his well-
known comrades—Brer Fox and Brer
B’ar! The contents of the Maga
zine fully sustain the interest created
by its outside page.
LETTER TO A. B. PHILPOT & CO.,
Dear Sirs: Say milk is worth 8c
If one-third water and sold at 8c
the milk in it fetches 12c a quart.
If one-half water, 16c.
If two-third water, 24c.
If three-fourth water, 32c.
That’s rather too stiff for milk;
but watered paint is sold in all those
Pure paint(Devoe) is so d for $175
“Paint” at that price and one-third
whitewash fetches $2.62 a gallon for
the paint part of it.
“Paint” one-kalf whitewash fetches
$3.50 a gallon for the paint in It.
“Paint” three-fourth whitewash
fetches $7.00 a gallon for the actual
paint it contains.
OYSTER SUPPER FOR THE ODD
Next week Wednesday evening the
Cedartown Odd Fellows will enjoy a
fine oyster supper in the buildi.ig
next to Crawford’s livery stable on
Mr. .1. It. Styles was appointed
chairman of the finance cpmmitte
to provide the means for the refresh
ments, and a special committee
Bisting of Messrs. Geo. Artope, chair
man, G. M. Ayers and. B. II. Leon
ard will look after the supper.
With the return of the winter weath
er, the Odd Fellows of Cedartown
take on new life and activity, and
There will he a large attendance
the “Three Links” at the banquet
board on the evening of Nov.
The Farmers’ Union Warehous e
over the cotton belt are rendering the
business interests of the South a good
service. The farmer generally Is stor
ing his cotton to sell at a better
price, or whenever it suits him, and
is keenly disappointing the bears who
have hoped to see the producer dump
his whole crop on the market Instead
of keeping it for sale at opportune
times during several months. If the
farmer refuses to sell his cotton,what
are the gamblers and speculators going
to do about It?
MAKE IT YOURSELF.
Now is the time when the doctor
gets busy, and the patent medicine
manufacturers r sip the harvest,
less great care is taken to dress
warmly and keep the feet dry. This
is tlie advice of an old eminent au
thority, who says that Rheumatism
and Kidney trouble weather is here,
and also tells what to do in caso of
Get from any gojd prescription
pharmacy one-half ounce Fluid E:
tract Dandelion, one ounce Compound
Kargon,three ounces Compound Syrup
Sarsaparilla. Mix by shaking in a
bottle ami take a teaspoonful after
meals .and at bedtime.
Just try tills simple home made
mixture at the first signs of Rheuma
tism, or if your back aches or
feel that the kidneys are not acting
just right. This is said to be a splen
did kidney regulator, and almost cer
tain remedy for all forms of Rheu
matisin, which is caused by uric
acid in the blood, which the kidneys
fail to filter out. Any one can easily
prepare this at home and at small
Druggists in this town and vicinity
when shown the prescription, stated
that they can either supply these in
gredients, or, if our readers prefer,
they will compound the mixture for
That was a commendable piece of en
terprise on the part of the Phillips
Dry Goods Co. to exhibit the money
and many of the articles given by
the Cedartown merchants and business
men as prizes for the best display of
farm products by our farmers at the
County F’air. The show window was
viewed by all our people, and its ar
tistic display elicited favorable com
ment on all sides. It did much to
inspire confidence in the ability and
determination of the Fair manage
ment to make good on all its prom
O. E. MARSHALL
THE DP-TOWN DRUGGIST.
Why Colds »r*- Umi^rouH.
Because you have contracted ordinary
colds and recovered from them with
out treatment of any kind, do not for
a moment Imagine that colds are not
dangerous. Everyone knows that
pneumonia and chronic catarrh have
their origin in a common cold. Con
sumption is not caused by a cold
but the cold prepares the system for
the reception and development of the
germs that would not otherwise have
found lodgment. It is the same with
all infectious diseases. Diphtheria,
scarlet fever, measles and whooping
cough are much are much likely to be
contracted when the child has a cold.
You will see from this that more real
danger lurks in a cold than in any
other of the common ailments. The
easiest and quickest way to cure a
cold is to take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. The many remarkable cures
effected by this preparation have
made it a staple article of trade over
a large part of the world. For sale
by Russell Drug Co.
That “Cedartown spirit” is all right!
It can produce a good county fair on
a few minutes notice, and give every
body a fine time to boot.
Phone No. 5.
Ft oni|»(ii ( <MM. I’fiviM'y,
4‘3Mltioil, l*oli(*>IU‘HH Puri 1 y
mixed with Sobrieiv, Knowledge
and AetMirnej make a successful business
Local View Post Cards.
Wileys Candies, tresh every week.
Meerschaum and Eriar Pipes, largest
line evpr shown in the city.
Abb (’ALLS A NSW EH ED DAY OH NIGHT.
Store Phone, No. 5; Residence Phone No 304.
IMttM Ac, HolmoN Bulletinjr-, CEDARTOWN, GA.
Reasons why you should deposit your money and carry your account
BANK OF CEDARTOWN.
Comparing resources ted to your credit without any cost
v*th liabilities, which Is the only com
parison of strength, the BANK OF
CEDARTOWN is the strongest bank
in Polk county.
2nd. Because, The net resources of
our stockholders, who make good the
liabilities of the Bank, are more than
ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
3rd. Because, Our officers are bon
ded, and our vaults are insured to
protect your money deposited with us.
4th. Because, Your money Is safer
in bank than anywhere else.
5th, Because, It creates business
habits that will increase your sav
6th. Because, BANK OF CEDAR
TOWN pays you Interest on your
money deposited In their Saving De
7th. Because, You can have your
out of town checks and drafts deposl-
8th. Because, A Check Book is more
convenient for you to carry than a
wallet filled with legal tender or loose
change; if your check book is lost
the bank will furnish you another
free of charge. When your money is
lost, the story is different.
9th. Because, It gives you a better
standing in the community, especially
among the business men, to pay by
check rather than cash. To have
money in the Bank strengthens one’s
10th. Because, Some day you may
need to borrow. The customer re
ceives not only the accommodation,
but the preference of rates and
amounts, while the non-customer in
times of stringency will meet with re
E. C. BENTON, Cashier.
A. E. YOUNG, Vice Pres.
BANK OF CEDARTOWN,
Even the good man who believes
he will get his reward in heaven is
io hurry to claim it.
on an inoffensive citizen is frequently
made in that apparently useless little
tube called the "appendix.” It’s gen
erally the result ol protracted constl-
people are paying all these I’atlon, following liver torpor
Wholesale Dru Ks ista, Toledo. O. :
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken i’lternnlly. acting |
prices for paint, when they buy ad
ulterated paints. There are 200 such:
only 8 pure paints; only one Devoe
42 F. W. DEVOE & CO.
P. S. Bradford sells our paint.
King’s New Life Pills regulate the liv
er, prevents appendicitis, and establish
regular habits of the bowels. 25c at
Bradford’s drug store.
Bring your cotton to Cedartown for
the highest market price!
TO CURE CATARRH SUFFERERS.
T. F. Burbank Is advising all who
suffer from any of the symptoms of
catarrh, such as offensive breath,dry-
i of the nose, pain across the eyes,
discharges and droppings into the
throat, coughing spasms and general
weakness and debility, to use Hyomei.
He goes so far as to offer to refund
the money to any user of Hyomei who
is not perfectly satisfied with the re
Start using the Hyomei treatment
and you will have quick relief; stop
page and filling up In the nose will
cease; there will be no more drop
pings into the throat; the breath will
become sweet; catarrhal germs will
be destroyed and their growth pre
Go to T. F. Burbank’s today and
buy a complete outfit for $1.00, with
the understanding that, if it does
not give satisfaction, your money will
man who tells a middle aged
grass widow she is a dear, sweet girl
is either a fool or a liar.
Hard Times in Kansas.
T ie old days of gras ihoppers and
drouth are almo t forgotten in the
prosperous Kansas of to-day; although
a citizen of of Codell, Earl Shamburg,
has not yet forgotten a hard time he
encountered. He says: “I was worn
out and discouraged by coughing night
and day, and could find no relief till
I tried Dr. Kipg’s New Discovery. It
took less than one bottle to completely
cure me.” The safest and most re
liable cough and cold cure and lung
and throat healer ever discovered.
Guaranteed by Bradford’s drug store.
50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Bookkeeping Course $3.00 per
month; Shorthand Course, $3.00 per
month; Telegraph Course unlimited
scholarship, $30.00. Write Southern
Business College and School of Tel
egraphy, Newnan, Ga.
FRIEND TO FRIEND.
The personal recommendations of peo
ple who have been cured of coughs and
colds by Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
have done more than all else to make it a
staple article of trade and commerce over
a large part of the civilized world.
For sale by RUSSELL DRUG CO.
and CURE THE LUNGS
with Dr. King’s
FOX Colds' 3 Is.
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
Mfc t.H ICH ESTER'3 ENGLISH
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Promotes ft luiurinut ?r»vth. I
Never Patio to Bestoro Qrayl
Hair to lte Youthful Color. 1
Curei tctlp diiFMei U l.uir UlUftfr I
60c. »nd f looju