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CEDAR! OWN STANDARD.
DEVOTED TO THE BEST INTERESTS OK OKDARI'oWN AND KOLk COUNTY.
UBIMRTOWN, GEORGIA, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 907
Cuts a b g figure with us, ami wr havi- planned lor
him In sch 10I or college or business his c*olh> s sh> uld 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 txacting demands
in dress. We believe they are what he has been searching
for and ask him to come in and find out.
Agents BOYDEN, CLAPP and WALK
OVER SHOES, $3.50 to $6.
Stetson and no name Hats, $2.50 to
Jno. B. Lacy
Next Door to Postoffice,
Up - to - Date Clothiers and Furnishers.
e who thinks
thing leaves but f
he is the whole
small hole when
Dearness Cannot be ( ured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
■There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional , ty, one that has an established repu-
remedles. Deafness Is caused by an , tation and that is certain to effect a
inflamed condition of the mucous lln- , quick cure. Such a medicine 1b Cham-
It’s easier to worry about what we
haven’t than It is to be content with
what we have.
How to Pure a Coin.
Be as careful as you can you will
occasionally take cold, and when you
do, get a medicine of known rellabill-
Ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube 1b inflamed you b ave a rum
bling sound or imperfect hearing.and
when It Is entirely closed, deafeness
is the result, and unless the Inflam
mation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which Is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous sur
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
culars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Druggist, 75c.
Take Hall’s Family Pills for consti
It Is funny how much Interest peo
ple will take in some things they
ought not even to notice.
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,
opens the secretions and aids nature
In restoring the system to a healthy
condition. During the manyy years
in which it has been in general use
we have yet to learn of a single case
of cold or attack of the grip having
resulted In pneumonia when this rem
edy was used, which shows conclusi
vely that It is a certain preventive of
that dangerous disease. Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy contains no opium or , . . . , . . _
other narcotic and may be given as 1 Painful and torturous disease, but dan-
confidently to a baby as to an adult J gerous to life, this simple recipe will
For salae by Russell Drug Co. i no doubt be greatly valued by many
sufferers here at horn
ASK US TO PRINT IT.
To relieve the worst forms of Rheu
mutism, take a teaspoonful of the fol
lowing mixture after each meal and
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
ounoe; Compound Kargon, one ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
These harmless ingredients can be
obtained from our home druggists,
and are easily mixed by shaking them
well In a bottle. Relief Is generally
felt from the first few doses.
This prescription, states a well-
known authority In a Cleveland morn
ing paper, forces the clogged-up, in
active kidneys to filter and strain
from the blood the poisonous waste
matter and uric acid, which causes
As rheumatism Is not only the most
COTTON WAREHOUSE (ERTIIT-
The clearing house certificates J
which have bet n Issued throughout j
the country have proven a God send i
at this time, when a sufficient volume j
of money is unobtainable to meet the j
demands of commerce.
The banks, In deciding to resor.
to this well-known and oft-tried fin
ancial expedient, have ext mb d Rid to
all lines of business. A medium o
exchange Is ne ded; something to lake
the place of money in bills and meet
ing the ordinary demands of trade.
This the certificates do In a most
satisfactory way. Backt d as they are
by gilt-edge securities and having be
hind them the combined cred.t of tlK
banks entering the agreement, they
are freely accepted and ja.s as cur
rency. , •
At Cedartown a.id Rockmart, re
cently, business men met w.t i the
bankers and secured the assurance of
the latter that every aid would be
tended to the cot.on grower to hold his
cotton for a fair price and not sa
crifice it during the present period
of temporary depression. Every dol
lar that can be spared by the bnnks
will go to the aid of farmers. Other
communlttiH throughout the south
should take similar action In the ef
fort to aid the'man who is most vi
tally affected by the existing money
A suggestion contained In a card
published In Sunday’s Constitution
from John I. Full wood, of Cedartown,
shows how various southern communi
ties might enter into an agreement to
further aid the farmer. He sayB:
When the banks in any son*hern
town reach their limit of loan.; on
cotton, why not call together the
farmers, warehousemen, merchant s
and bankers, Issue certificates on cot
ton and agree to accept them at
The real essential requirement of
any security used ns a basis for cur
rency, or certificates, which will pais
as currency, Is its quality of being
readily converted Into cash. In this
respect cotton meets every requ’re-
ment. It can be Instantly sold In
any market In the world and ut nny
time of the year. It has a real, per
manent, tangible value which can nev
er be destroyed.
Certificates based upon cotton, In
sured and store d In a warehouse, are
as much an evidence of real wealth
as national bank currency. By com
mon agreement they could circulate In
any city or town where the need of a
circulating medium Is felt, and cer
tificates so Issued would be as good os
The details of the plan could be
worked out easily. The amount of
cotton necessary to insure absolute se
curity could be decided. Even If It
were deemed best to advance only 5
cents on cotton quoted at 10 or 11
cents, that plan would furnish enough
certificates to pay ordinary dpbts un
til conditions righted themselves and
the world’s demand for the staple put
up the price to a point where It could
be sold at a fair profit.
In- a word, the national and state
banks have devised a plan of which
the vast cotton Industry of the south
could take advantage for the protect
ion of themselves and for the benefit
of the whole country.—Constitution.
O. E. MARSHALL
THE OP-TOWN DRUGGIST.
Phone No. 5,
l Il r<>in|»iin , HH, Privacy, Pro-
1-111111011, l’oliicnoHH jnd Parity
mixed with Sobriety, Knowledge
and A.<*« , iii , mi*v make a successful business
Local View Post Cards.
Wileys Candies, fresh every week.
Meerschaum and Briar Pipes, largest
line ever shown in the city.
ALL CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT.
Store Phone, No. 5; Residence Phone No 3G4,
trt cSt lIolmoM Rull<lli»|r, CEDARTOWN, GA.
you should deposit your money and carry your account
BANK OF CEDARTOWN.
People with fiery tempers are the
most easily put out.
Many a man’s idea of hospitality
A rich widow makes a poor Invest- Is to bring other men home and have
ment when she buys a husband. his wife to cook for them.
Most people know that if they have
been sick they need Scott’s Emtil-
sio tx to bring back health and strength.
But the strongest point about Scott’s
Emulsion is that you don’t have to be
sick to get results from it
It keeps up the athlete’s strength, puts fat
on thin people, makes a fretful baby happy,
brings color to a pale girl’s cheeks, and pre
vents coughs, colds and consumption.
Food in concentrated form for sick and
well, young and old, rich and poor.
And it contains no drugs and no alcohol,
ALL DRUGGISTS: EOo. AMD SI.OO.
at once prepare the mixture to get
It Is said that a person who would
take this prescription regularly, a
dose or two dally, or even a few times
a week, would never have serious
Kidney or Urinary disorders or Rheu
Cut this out and preserve It. Good
Rheumatism presorlpt'ons which real
ly relieve are scarce, indeed, and when
you need It, you wint It badly. Our
druggists here say» they will either
supply these ln!p*pdlents or make the
mixture ready to take, if any of our
readers so prfrr.
Cared of llrlglii'H I'Inchm*.
Mr. Robert O. Burke, Elnora, N.
Y., writes: “Before I started to
Foley’s Kidney Cure I had to get up
from twelve to twenty times a night,
and I was all bloated up with drop
sy and my eyesight was so impaired
I could scarcely see one of my fami
ly across the room. I had given up
hope of living, when a friend rec
ommended Foley's Kidney Cure. One
60 cents bottle worked wonders and
before I had taken the third bottle
the dropsy had gone, as well as all
other symptoms of Wright's disease.”
A smile costs no more than a frown,
but It earns more interest.
It Is a hungry man who can enjoy
a budly copkul dinner.
1st. Because, Comparing resources
w'th liabilities, which Is the only com
parison of strength, the BANK OF
CEDARTOWN Is the strongest bank
In Polk county.
nd. 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 elBe.
6th, 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
A. E. YOUNG, Vice Pres.
ted to your credit without any cost
8th.Because, A Check Book is moro
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 anothor
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 havo
money In the Bank strengthens one’s
10th. Because, Some day you may
need to borrow. The customer re
ceives uot only the accommodation,,
but the preference of rates and
amounts, while the non-customer In
times of stringency will meet with re
E. C. DENTON, Cashier.
BANK OF CEDARTOWN,
A woman will freely confess her
faults to the man she loves, but a
man won t admit he has any.
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 Hyomel.
He goes so far as to offer to refund
the money to any user of Hyomel who
Is not perfectly satisfied with the re
Start using the Hyomel 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
Some men are like some dogs; 1
their bark is about all there Is to
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 th6 civilized world.
For sale by RUSSELL DRUG CO.
IHI|> ill (’hililr
Georgia, Polk County:
Vera McDow vs. Jim McDow, Li
bel for Divorce.
August Term, 1907, of Polk Sup
To Jim McDow,
above statr d case:
r , ,, . __ ,, • “My little g!rl Is subject to colds”
David Parker, of Fayette, N. V, SRVH Mrs. Wm, II. Serlg, No. 41, Fifth
who lost a foot at Gettysburg, wr.t's: St>i wheeling. W. Va., “Last winter,
blectric Bitters have done me more . B h e had a severe spell and a terrible !
good than any medicine I ever took. C0l ,gh hut I cured her with Chamber-'
kor several years I had stomach trou-| cough Remedy without the I
and paid out much money lor ; a j ( i 0 f a doctor, and my little boy has !
defendant In tlip 1 mn' C 'uklng' Ut Elec U tn" ae 'imier« l : j>een|,revented'manytl,ne ll from hav-1
gun lasing weciric l-uiere. i j ng t j le croU p by the timely use of
Yon ar : her. l.y , would not take Md for what tin y tlllg svr ui>." This remedy In for sale I
required to he and appear at the Feb- I nave done for me. Grand tonic lor
the aged and for female weakness s.
Great alterative end body builder;
for lame back and
and CURE the LUNGS
F0RC8i!gs H3 .aSs.
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
ruary Term, 1908, of Polk Superior
Court to answer the petition filed in
the above stated case.
Witness the Hon. Price Edwards,
Judge of said Court, this the 4th
day of November. 1907.
D.L. ROBERTS, Clerk.
Some men even like to brag about
how ThUfch they owe.
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.
j Russell Drug Co.
j When a cake is good, we take the
Bradford, credit to ourselves; when It is bad,
we charge the fault to “luck.”
Tills ih Worth Remembering.
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 radecllne. Bradford’s
" lo, ClfxSlIKSTER'H F.NIiLISIf
In KKD so.l <;»li| m.iftlllr boxo..
with bln- ribbon. Take no other. JUfu.o
Ilangi-roua Kub.tltutluna and Inlt *-
tioa*. Iiuj of jour Dru«gi.l. or ..o l 4t>. t
alam.ia for Particulars, TcatlmonlaU
nod “Kellnf for I.mlli-a,” in Ittttr, by re
turn Mall. 10.000 Tsstlmonlala. Sold b)
Drug(Itta. Chlrbrali-r Chemical Orv,
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(Tl causes and beautifies ths naif.
Promote* a luxuriant growth.
Novor Falla to llestoro Gray
Hair to 11h Youthful Color.
Cuns snip di.rases k lm r falllaf.