FOR EVERYTHING IN THE
Line. You will And my stock always up to the roll
standard in quantity, quality and STYLE. New goods
continually being added. I keep a vigilant watch for
the latest fads and fashions, and nothing in that line
will be overlooked. A large and varied stock of
Watches and Clocks
At specially reduced prices. DON'T FORGET THAT,
A new and complete line of BRACELETS, COMBS,
SASH PINS AND BUCKLES. Everything for the table
in staples ao l novelties, including a most complete as
Hawkes’ Cut Class,
As well as best plate, l am now better prepared to
give special attention to all kinds'of REPAIRING in my
W. W. TURNER. Jeweler.
Growing girls need care, advice and medicine,
especially on reaching the age of puberty. A
mother’s tender care and words of caution will
often accomplish wonders. As for’ medicine, a
gentle, safe and reliable strengthening tonic is
Wine of Cardui,
It will prevent and relieve pain, regulate the
functions, clear the complexion and strengthen
It is a valuable medicine for growing girls. It
has tided thousands over a critical period, and
saved them from years of suffering. It can never
do harm and is sure to do good.
A relief or cure for all female disorders in girls
At every druggist’s in #1.00 bottles. Try it.
R. D. TRAMMELL,
Farm and Spring Wagons.
Now in Commodious New Quarters,
Cor. Warehouse and Woodlawn Sts.
Horse-Shoeing, Carriage Painting,
REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY.
[Think of Farming Lands Selling for
om FIVE to TWENTY - FIVE DOL-
VRS PER ACRE. Producing Crops
forth from Fifty to TWO HUNDRED
3LLARS PER ACRE. That's on
[Unparalleled Opportunities for the
arnier. the Manufacturer and Capl-
|Write and tell me what you want.
E. C. ROBINSON,
P. O. Box 826,
Iiirral Ollier. HOUSTON, TEXAS. j
• children/ aafe, *ura» Jfo opiate*
Puree Coldci Prevent* Pneumonia
ay up your subscription.
Sheriff Sales for Nov., 1907.
Will be sold before the court house
door In Cedartown in said county on
the first Tuesday in November, 1907,
within the legal hours of aile to th
highest bidder for cash the followng
described property, to-w!t: —
One house and lot just outside the
city limits of Cedartown, Ga., In Polk
county, now occupied by Mrs. H. M.
Carter. Said house and lot being on
the north side of Prior Station public
road and a short distance west of Ce
dartown Cotton Company's public gin
nery; said lot fronts south on West
avenue or Prior Station public road
26 feet, and runs back north of uni
form width a distance of 130 feet, and
la known as lot No. 9 of Block 82 of
Cedartown Land Improvement Com
pany survey made by S. S. Evans, map
of which is recorded in the record of
deeds of said county. Said property
levied on as the property of Mrs. H.
M. Carter to satisfy an execution Is
sued from the superior court of said
county In favor of W. K. Holm's a-
gainst said Mrs. II. M. Carter; said
property being in the possession of
Mrs. H. M. Carter.
This 4th day of October, 1907.
J. E. DEMPSEY, Sheriff.
J. F. CARMICHAEL. Dept. Shfl.
lilskos Kidneys and Bladder Right
etops the cough and heals lungs
A Beauiifol Home Wedding Yester
At 0.30 o’clock lnfet evening was
solemnized the marriage cf two of
Cednrtown’s prominent young people,
Mr. William Merlwethtr Leary lead-
lug to Hymen's altar Ml s Cal.e. the
charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
■C. WSuiitb. The ceremony occurred
at the elegant home of the bride’s par
ents, and was witnessed by a large
party of guests.
The 4 Hpmious rooms presented a
scene of rare beauty with,their ar
tist ie decorations, the hall and par
lors being beautiful with yellow chry
santhemums fcrnR. The happy cou
ple plighted their troth beneath a love
ly canopy iu the hall, from the sides
of which depended ribbons to which
were nt’.nched bouquets for the brides
Mi h Florence Chapman sang a beau
tiful Bolo.and at 6.30 o'clock t he strains
of the wedding march were heard, ren
dered by Mrs. B. F. Sims, and the
charming levy of ribbon-bearers ap
peared from the alcove—Misses Aili-
gene Driver of Birmingham,Daisy Har
ris of Carrollton, Kate Haminond of
Cnrtersville, Pauline Chapman. Gus-
sle Houseal, Clara Whitaker, Belle
Barr, Noll Watts and Shirley Sims.
They .were attired in white net gowns,
with yellow gloves, and carried bou
quets of white carnations and maiden
The matrons of honor—Mesdames S.
P. Holloway and 8. H. Smith—were
gowntd in whin* mtssallne silk and
curried yellow chrysanthemum!.
Following her matrons down the]
stairway cume the fair bride, on the
arm of her brother, Mr. S. 11. Smith. j . .
She looked especial’y beautiful, dad ii\! critical inspection, at your earliest convenience,
white chiffon trimmed with oriental !
An Interesting Exhibit of the
Smartest Fall Fashions for Men
and Young Men ^ *£
are now on display. You and your
friends are offered an opportunity
of viewing the largest and most
magnificent display we have ever
made of m
Which have just come in from the makers who enjoy a national reputation as manufacturers
of strictly high-class clothing. ] he materials, in patterns that are novel and color effects
that will delight you, are. exclusive weaves of the best mills of Europe and Aire rica
We vouch for the absolute style correctness of every Suit as well as the excellence ot‘
the fabrics, workmanship and fit. These we ofler you for selection, and cordially invite your
arr.vlng a j
i h and 111:oh of the
fashioned empire, her
with orange l lossoniR, and
boquet of bride',
• The groom | entered with hii
man, Mr. Geo. Ynnery, of Dinning
ham, and the-ceremony was Imjire
ively performed by Rev. It. M
After the wedding an elegant col
lation was served In the diningroom,
consist lug of a salad course, tees and
coffee. The color scheme of the din
ing room was green and white, the
table having as Its centerpiece a'beau
tiful ease of bride's roses amt aspar
agus ferns. A large dove overhung
the table, carrying In tt» beak the
Strands’ of tulle entwined with smll-
extemllng to the corners of the
room. Myriads of candles and mir
rors added to the beauty of the room.
Mr. and Mrs. Leary left on the
evening Seaboard train for a trip to
New York and other eastern points.
The groom is one of our esteemed
young business men, and Is at the
bond of the North Georgia Ole Com
pany, and the bride Is one of Cedar-
town's fairest and most attractive
young Indies. Their man> friends
Join in wishing them n pleasant wed
ding trip and a happy Journey
While casting about in search
of a wedding present, don't fail
to see W. W. TURNER’S large and
varied stock of Cut Glass, Silver
ware, Hand-painted China, Moor
ish and Nubian Busts, Figures,
Vases, etc. Their beauty and va
riety will certainly aid you in
making your selection.
W. W. TURNER, jeweler.
AN ENJOYABLE KBCEPTIOX.
Mrs. W. W. Munity Rave a delight
ful reception Thursday afternoon at her
beautiful home on College street, com
plimentary to Misses Helen Good and
Callie Smith, and Mrs. Felton Mundy
of Rockmart. To the regret of all
guests, the latter lady was prevent
ed from being present by the serious
Illness of her mother.
• The hostess was assisted In receiv
ing by the two fair honorees whose
approaching weddings had been pre
viously announced, and they received
many happy felicitations on those
Little Lois aT.d LeNorris Mundy
received the guess at the door, and
Mesdames A. C. Cobb and E. 8. Ault
and Miss Nell Watts Invited them to
the dining room. Mrs. M. (\ Bobo
and Miss Mary Harris served sand
wiches in the hall, while the delic
ious fruit punch was d.sj ens d In the
library by Mesdames O. Will ngham
and Estelle Morris Herndon.
The affair was thoroughly enjoy
able, the hospitality of the hostess
never appearing more cordial.
STOP AM) THINK.
Now is your time to buy a home
In Cedartown. All properties cl >se in
are advancing very rapidly. Ere long
there will be nothing on the market.
We have a good six room house on
Jones street one block from Main
street; also one six room dwelling
on Highland avenue. The properties
are in good condition and can be had
at a bargain. Call at once.
A. B. PHILPOT & CO.
Suits and Overcoats
$12.50 to $30
1 he new Ai tumn I lats and Smart Haberdashery also await your criticism
W. K. HOLMES,
Clothier a Furnisher.
Mr. S. V. Richardson was In Rome
Born, Monday to Mr. ami Mrs. Thos.
Evans, a hoy.
Mr. Marion Bussy, of Rome, was
Mr. E. A. Morgan, of Rockmart,
Are just the thing you should put on
was here Tuesday.
your floors, now that Summer has
Mr. B. Richardson wns over from
come. We have the latest patterns,
Mr. Eugene Pittman has been home
from Home this week.
the most beautiful designs and the
Mr. E. M. Bass, of Carrollton, has
i been in the city this week.
best goods on the market. Let us
| Mr. J.S.Groon returned last week
, from an extended stay In Atlanta.
show you the weaves £quote you our
' Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ramey, of Rome,
have been here attending the Fair
Mr. and Mrs. Will Chldsey, of Rome,
was among the County Fair visitors
MIhh Elizabeth Barnes, of Chatta-
But don’t forget that we can fit out
nooga, is the guest of her brother,
j Mr. Frank Barnes.
vour home with evervthing you need
Mr. Jos. Harris, of Floyd county,
lias been shaking hands with Cedar-
from a foot-mat to the kitchen range.
town friends this week.
Mr. A. D. Hull, of Rome, repre-
Never mind about the prices of our
sentipg the State Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
was in the city yesterday.
household goods, we will treat you
Mr. C. It. Fay, of Coal City, Ala.,
spent Tuesday night here en route
right and please you besides.
home from Williamsburg, Pa.
Tomorrow is All Suints’ Day, and
there will be services at 10 o’clock
at St. Janies Episcopal church.
Griffin & Davis,
FOR SALE—One good gentle horse,
1 vacant lot on Thompson street,
$100; 5 acres on Hogg’s Heights,$350.
H. J. DEMPSEY.
Phone 103. - - - Cedartown,|Ga.
and Gertrude Wingard, three charm
ing young ladies of Rockmart, spent
yesterday at the Fair.
IF YOU WANT A
Tce-hee! If you wuut to be gen
uinely tickled over your coffee, buy
Doctor Right Quick,
t..e famous Chase & Sanborn’s Heal
Biand at Lowry’s. It’s the best.
Juft phone No. 5Q, and we will deliver your mes-
Dr. W. G. England, Past Master of
Caledonia Lodge, has been attending
sage promptly at any hour of the day or night.
the annual session of the Masonic
Grand Lodge in Macon this week.
And Don’t Forget
Since purchasing the residence of
Mr. O. Willingham on Stubbs street,
That we keep a lull line ol mi<l
Mrs. H, M. Rountree, of Atlanta, has
Patent Bledioines, and that we pay
especial attention to filling prescriptions.
bought from him the large lot ad-
Col. J. L. Tison went to Macon
Monday to attend the convention of
the Grand Lodge of Masons. He went
T. IF 1 .
as a representative of Caledonia
Lodge, No. 121.