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DKV0TE1) TO THE BEST INTERESTS 01 (EDARTOWN AND I’OLK COUNTY.
CEDARTOWN, GEORGIA, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER l 1007
Cuts a b'g figure wiih 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-Bluch 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. B. Lacy & Co.
Next Door to Postoffice,
Up - to - Date Clothiers and Furnishers.
CITY TAX NOTICE.
The books for the collectionof City
Taxes for the year 1907 open at the
Clerk’s office Oct. 1st, and close Nov.
25th, 3907. J. C. WALKER,
Bookkeeping Course $3.00 per
month; Shorthand CourEe, $3.00 per
month; Telegraph Course unlimited
scholarship, $20.00. Write Southern
Business College and School of Tel-
The marriage of Miss Callie Smith
Wednesday evening at her home in
Cedartown to Mr. W. M. Leary of
Birmingham, was an event of Interest
to her friends in Carrollton, where
she has visited as the guest of Miss
Daisy Harris. Miss Harris was one
of the attendants at the wedding.
Carrollton Free. Cress.
Cure a Cole
Yes, and “you bet its
Most boys from fhe
country who make their
mark in the world are
brought up on Arbuckles*
ARIOSA Coffee. Dor’t
let anybody switch you
may ruin your
Be as careful as you can you
occasionally lake cold, and when you
do, get a medicine of known reliabili
ty, oue that has an established repu
tation and that is certain to effect a
quick cure. Such a medicine is Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. It has gain
ed a world wide reputation by Its re
markable cures to this most common
ailment,and can always be depended
upon. It acts on nature’s plan, re
lieves the lungs, aids expectoration,
I opens the secretions and aids nature
In restoring the system to a healthy
! condition. During the manyy years
i in which it has been in general use
j we huve yet to learn of a single case
i of cold or attack of the grip having
| resulted in pneumonia when this rem-
' edy was used, which shows conclusl-
i vely that it is a certain preventive of
that dangerous disease. Chamberlain’s
I Cough Remedy contains no opium or
other, narcotic and may be given as.
| confidently to a baby as to an adult
j For salae by Russell Dru? Co.
i " Some people climb to the top for
j the purpose of looking down on their
Deafno'N Cannot In* Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
| reach the diseased portion of the ear.
j There Is only one way to cure deaf-
i ness, and that is by constitutional
I remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
j inflamed condition of tne mucous lin-
! ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
! thi3 tube is inflam id you have a runi-
I bling sound or i:n erfect hearing,and
when it is ent'r ly closed, deafeness
is the result, and units i tne inflatn-
j mation can he taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will Le destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which is nothing hut an in
flamed condition of the mucous sur
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness Mcaused by
catarrh) that cannot be cur'd by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Fend for cir
culars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO..
Sold by Druggist, 75c.
Take Hall’s Family Pills for consti
A cold handout appeals to the hun
gry man more than a warm hand
Took First Premium at the 2d Aniiiuil
State Fair of Arkansas, Hold
at llot Springs.
The bjg school of Bookkeeping,
Shorthand, Typewriting and Tel
egraphy. the Tyler Commercial Col
lege cf Tyler, Texas, one of the
famous Byrne Business Colleges, car
ried off first honors. The entire
South should feel proud of this In
stitution, as it is now enrolling more
students for daily personal instruction
than any other business college In
America, and thrqugh Its well equip
ped and extensive employment bureau,
it Is placing every graduate In a good
Miss Frierson, who has been elem-
monstfkting their methods of touch
typewriting, won first premium as
the fastest typewriter operator. Hot
Springs Daily News, Oct. 1L
The famous Byrne Business Col
leges are located as follows: Tyler
Commercial College, Tyler, Texus,
Athens Business College, Athens, On.
Columbus Business College, Colum
bus, Miss., Capital City Business Col
lege, Guthrie, O’.ila., Fredonla Busi
ness College, Frcdonia, Kans. These
schools ore all conducted on the same
plan and contain the famous Byrne
systems, which are the most modern
In use and are attracting attention
far and wide.
COTTON CERTIFICATES URGED. J
Editors Standard; You published :
recently an account of the Farm-'
Union mass meeting in Cedar-'
town, Oct. 21st.
At tnis meeting nearly 400 union
men Invited to a conference with,
aero the merchan.s, Dus.lie s men and •
ankers of our town.
At the meeting no discordant note
ms sounded. Tne business men
pledgtd their utmost effort, and the
bankers promised to advance on cot
ton every dollar they could spare to
aid the farmers in holding their cot
ton for 15 cents.
National President C. S. Barrett
and State President R. F. Duckworth
have called on every county union in
the cotton belt to meet in tlulr re
spective counties Nov. 9th to do
hat we have already done.
The object of these meetings Is
> encourage union and non-union
farmers to hold their cotton for bet
ter prices. Abo, to consult with
and secure the aid of the business
men and bankers of the cotton belt.
Tile Polk County Farmers’ Un
ion, at its regular monthly meeting
Rockmart, Nov. 1st, put to a
test the instructions of our superior
After their business session was
er the busin ss men and bankers
or Rockmart were Invited to a joint
nference. As at Cedartown, the
result was all that could he desired.
The merchants promised their hearty
co-operation, and Hie l ankirs to ad
vance all the money they could spare
to help the farnuis.
No doubt the merchants and bank
ers of every other county In Georgia
are Just as clever as ours. When
called upon by the County Unions
all over the cotton belt, they will
probably respond us readily and
heartily ns did those of Folk.
But—our farmers are determined
not to part with their cotton at pres
ent prices, which are not the result
of production or consumption, but of
manipulation of cotton exchange
I^i tills cont si between the farm
ers and the.gamblers we are likely to
soon exhaust the loaning power of
our Southern banks, owing to their
inability, under present conditions, to
to draw funds from the big Northern
Then what can the farmers, mer
chants and hankers of the South do to
take care of the situation?
It seems to me that Atlanta’s plan
of issuing $2,000,090 of clearing house
certificates as a circulating medium,
to tide over the present crisis, sug
gests a safe and feasible way out of
Atlanta, through her hanks, issues
these certificates. Sbo guarantees that
O. E. MARSHALL
THE UP-TOWS DRUGGIST.
Phone No. 5.
Fi'ompuu'KM, I *i-* vh«*y,
cmiiioii, Poliit-iK-MN gel l , urity
mixed with Sol»i-i«*ty, Knowledge
and At-i-urni-y make a successful business
Local View Post Cards.
Wileys Candies, fresh every week.
Meerschaum and Briar Pipes, largest
line ever shown in the city.
A LI, CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT.
Store Phone, No. 5; Residence Pbone No. 304.
(h «V IIolineN 11 ii 11«1 i ujr, CKDARTOWNj OA.
ough, but a
sip is worse.
.vho go c sl;
ens to p
one dollar and fifty cents worth of
gilt-edge securities stand behind ev
ery dollar of certificates Issued, and
that these certificates will be redeem
ed in cash at face value by March
LETTER TO REV. (i. K. BENEDICT,
Rev. Sir: Will you give yo ;r Arith
metic clas.--r.nd Algebra cl os; th‘s
If average paint is worth $1 GO a
gallon, and goes two-thirds ps far as
Devoe, and wears half as.loig, what
is Devoe worth put on, painters’ wig
es being $3 50 a day and a duy’::
work a ga’lon of paint.
The answer Is $11.80 a gallon; but
don't tell ’em that.
43 F. W. DEVOE & CO.
P. S. Bradford sells our paint.
The greatest sermons are those out
side of sentences.
Everybody agrees to accept tl
at face value, and $2,000,000 of cir
culating medium Is poured Into the
channels of trade.
Cotton, insured, in the warehouse
is better collateral than anybody’.'
“gilt-edge securities.” When th*
banks in any Southern town r aoh
their limit of loins on co ton, why
not call together the farmers, ware
housemen, merchants and bankers, Is
sue certificates on coLon and all a
to accept them at par?
Make these certificates redeemable
at face value, In cash, on or befor
August or Sepember, 1908. Let the
farmer deposit his warehouse receipt
with some designated depository and
receive in cotton cert, ficat s what he
needs up to 60 or even 75 per cent
of the market value of his cotton.
Don’t charge him any interest o i
these certificates, Just a small fee to
cover the cost of issuing them.
Whenever a l.aie of such cotton is
sold, take out of the proceed ; enough
to pay the certificat e Issued again, t
Reasons why you should deposit your money and carry your account
BANK OF CEDARTOWN.
1st. Because, Comparing resources ted to your credit without any cost
v*th liabilities, which is the only com- to you.
parlson of strength, the BANK OF. 8th.Because, A Check Book is more
CEDARTOWN is the strongest bank convenient for you to carry than a
in Polk county. wallet filled witli legal tender or loose
2nd. Because, The net resources of | change; if your check book is lost
our stockholders, who make good the ^ the bank will furnish you another
liabilities of the Bank, are more than ■ free of charge. When your money is
ONE MILLION DOLLARS. ' lest, the story is different.
3rd. Because, Our officers are toon-
, . 9th. Because, It gives you a better
ded, and our vaults are insured to ... ‘ , „
.. , standing in the community, especially
protect your money deposited with us. | .
4th. Because, Your money Is safer
in hank than anywhere else.
5th, Because, It creates business
habits that will increase your sav
ings | 10th, Because, Some day you may
6th. Because, BANK OF CEDAR- need to borrow. The customer re-
TOWN pays you interest on your celves not only the accommodation,
money deposited In their Saving Do- but the preference of rates and
partmont. I amounts, while the non-customer In
7th. Because, You can have your' times of stringency will meet with re-
out of town checks and drafts deposi- j fusal.
E. C. IJENTON, Cashier.
A. E. YOUNG, Vice Pres.
BANK OF CEDARTOWN,
among the business men, to pay by
check rather than cash. To have
money In the Bank strengthens one’s
Any town which
il vvj.'.ld have a 1
i good as All .il
adop's this m.th-
the farmer, without
g any Liter st, could put into
atlon three-fourths of the value
■ cotton and mill hod it i.i the
The saddest Infidelity is being faith
less to the best we know'.
In mis way we cou’d circumvent the
i cotton garni Llers and speculators, and
bid them go spin tlielr winter clothes
1 out of the futures they have so long
I used as means to rob us of the price
of our labor.
JOHN I. FULL WOOD.
Pneumonia Follows a Cold
but never follows the use of Foley’s
Honey and Tar. It stops the cough,
heals and strengthens the lungs and
prevents pneumonia. Bradford’s
When it comes to taking a long
breath the giraffe has the rest of tho
TO CURE CATARRH SUFFERERS.
T. F. Burbank Is advising all who
suffer from any of the symptoms of
catarrh, such as offensive breath,dry
ness 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 usi r of Hyomei who
is not perfectly satisfied with Uie re
Start using the Hyomei treatment
a.*.d 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
FRIEND TO FRIEND.
The personal recommendations of peo
ple who have been cured of coughs and
colds by ClmmbcrVun’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
The man who isn’t afraid
need never he afraid of led
• up ill Childr
“Vy little girl 1m subject to cold;”
s.iy;, Mrs. Y.’m. H. Herig, No. 41. Fifth
St!. Wheeling, W. Va . “I ast winter
she had a severe spell and a terrible
cough but I cured her with Chamber
lains’ Cough Remedy without "the
a d of a doctor, and my little boy has
been prevented many times from hav
ing the croup by the timely use of
this syrup.” This remedy Is for sale
Russell Drug Co.
On occasions that would make a
man swear, a woman slams the door.
■ Uli Trial Battle Free
AND ALL THROAT AND LING TROUBLES.
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
As no one is immune, every person
should remember that Foley’s Kidney
Cure will cure any case of kidney or
bladder trouble that is not beyond
the reach of mdecllne. Bradford's
Clean**-! inti brautifie* lb. OftlX.
Promote* ft Inurmnt frowth.
Never JCftll* to ltr.trir u Offtjr
Hair to Itit Youtlifu) Color.
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