THE STANDARD, CEDARTOWN. CA.
DECEMBER 28, IMS.
W. H. Trawick. C. C. Bonn, Jr.
BUNN & TRAWICK
Attorneys at Law;
Psak Block, CEDARTOWN, GA.
All builnoM placed in our hands
Will be given prompt and villgant at
MUNDY & WATKINS
Attorneys at Law.
Careful and prompt attention is
what your business gets when placed
Office in Mundy Bldg, over Vance
A Hunt’s store, Cedartown, Ga.
E. S. AULT,
Attorney at Law.
Prompt and careful attention given
all business,both Civil and Criminal.
Office in Richardson Building.
W. K. FIELDER,
Attorney at Law.
Practice In all the Courts.
Office in Chamberlain Building.
B. H. HALL.
Ess Phone IIS
P. O. CHAUDRON
HALL & CHAUDRON
Physicians & Surgeons.
Office In Peek Block.
Office Phone 87.
C. V. WOOD,
Physician and Surgeon.
> OFFICE PHONE 118
RESIDENCE PHONE 121.
Office i VanDevander House, West Av.
SEALS L. WHITELY,
Physician and Surgeon.
J. W. GOOD,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office: VanDevander House,West Av.
Rtl. Phone 200. Office Phone 2B8.
F. L. ROUNTREE
Offer* his services to the public.
Phone 62. Office Smith Bldg.
W. T. EDWARDS,
Office over Liberty National Bank.
Office Phone 54. Res. Phone 49.
Prt.J.W. & Carl Pickett
Office and Laboratory up-stairs in
the Peek Building.
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E. B. RUSSELL. Editor.
THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 1922.
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Fatty Arbucklc’s coming back;
Of admiring crowds there’ll be no
But Fatty and his fellow sinners
Better fight shy of dope-drink dinners
Michigan Judge will help humanity
By trying speeders for insanity.
Lots of folks show how they’re raised
Driving around as if they’re crazed.
They riBk their lives with careless
Would be no loss that wo can sec
If they would have a fatal smash
Without turning others into hash.
This Judge will settle point that’s
Whether they’re fools or just real
Christmas Spirit was ail a-glow;
Christmas spirits flowing low;
Finest weather ever seen;
Joy reigning royally ns queen— •• -
Such was the Christmas 'Twenty-Two
Brought to light for me and you.
Happy and bright may tho New Year
That brings to you young Twenty-
Health and plenty the whole year
That is our Now Year wish to you.
The Standard covers Polk county
like the sunshine, and tries to bring
sunshine wherever it goes.
Every farmer should make an
earnest resolution next Monday to
raise his own food and feed supplies
for 1923. His only safety lies in mak
ing this resolution —and keeping it.
There is another vacancy on the
United States Supreme Court bench,
and Senators Harris and George arc
working hard to get President Hard
ing to appoint a Southern man to tho
Despite the generally unfavorable
business conditions that have pre
vailed during 1922, Tho Standard’s
advertisers have enjoyed a good
trade. With the coming of tho new
year it ought to he bettor than ever
Happy New Year!
This issue of The Standard “rings
out the old year,’’ speaking after the
manner of newspaper men generally,
and we are about to cross the thres
hold of 1923.
The year has been a trying one for
most of us, but we have all gotten
through it in as good shape as could
be expected with world conditions
as they are. The temptation is
strong to again point out where the
responsibility lies for these condi
tions, but'this is “Christmas Week”
and we arc giving “news” and not
‘‘views” to our readers in this issue.
The purpose of this brief editorial
is to say that we rejoice over the fact
that there is a general improvement
in trade conditions in this country,
nnd that we can look forwavd with
confidence to a still greater improve
ment in 1923. So mote it be!
May the New Year bring health
and happiness, peace and plenty to
all our readers, is the wish The Stand
ard sendB to each and all today.
PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN
N Vs M FAM BELIEF,
BAB60 Oh HtARA OF
The lilg-FeelIng Gink Is laying down
the Law again. Every Itoinnrk Is u
Statement; every Step a Strut; every
Pose a Picture. He takes Himself
Seriously and pretends to he the Brain
Trust, hut personally We think he's
Full of Prunes.
Get It Free.
We have just made arrangements
for a limited number of free sub
scriptions to the Southern Agricultur
ist. Tho first two hundred farmers
who pay their subscriptions a year in
advance will receive this Bplendid
paper absolutely froo. First come,
first served. You will havo to hurry.
Bottcr let tho .County Unit System
alone ns far as our state affairs nre
concerned. Tho principle is the same
as that by which each of tho small
states is given two United States
Senators tho same as tho biggest
ones in the Union, and no one calls
this unfair but all regard it ns a
Federal Land Loans.
Farmers desiring to avail them
selves of the opportunity to secure
Federal Land Loans should make
application nt once.
HOMER WATKINS, See.
And Mary Crisnius was a perfect
MYSTERIOUS PA1I& AND ACHES.
Maka Lifa Hard to Bear For
Too many women mistake their
pains and aches for troubles peculiar
to the sex. More often disordered
kidneys are causing the aching hack,
dizzy Bpells, headaches and irregular
urination. Kidney weakness becomes
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Pills. Hosts of people testify to their
merit. Read a Cedartown ense
Mrs. W. J. Wood, Prior St., says:
“My housowork was a burden to me
and it was on account of sharp dig
ging pains that stabbed in the small
of my back. Everytime I stooped it
was torture for me to straighten a-
gain. I was dizzy and black specks
passed before my eyes. I became
terribly nervous and everything irri
tated me. My kidneys did not act
right at all. It was just by using one
box of Doan’s Kidney Pills, which 1
got at Bradford’s Drug Store, that I
began to enjoy doing my housework,
free from pains in my back and the
irregular action of my kidneys.”
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relieves after dinner distress and in-
You remember tho great outcry
that was raised against President
Wilson because of his attitude toward
Japan and China in tho Peace Con
ference, nnd how Republican Sena
tors fought tho peace treaty for this
ostensible reason—the real reason, of
course, being to secure political ad
vantage regardless of national or in
ternational welfare. And again we
see where Woodrow Wilson was
right, for Japan is turning back to
Chinn the territory in dispute
oxact accordance with the treaty
which was signed by all the nations
except our own.
Of course, Europe should pay her
debts. Equally of course, she should
be given time and not crowded to the
wall. If she didn’t have this big debt
hanging over her, she would be stag
ing another war right now— and muy
do it anyhow.
Movie Mentor Will Hays hns given
Christmas “pardon” to Fatty Ar-
buckle, who was banished from film-
dom following the death of Virginia
Ruppe at ono of his "dinners” out in
California. The probability is that
he will now make more money than
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WE HA VE MOVED
Having bought the big Hard
ware stores of both the Bartlett
Hardware Co. and Mr. J. W. Barr,
we have now consolidated the two,
and are more advantageously loca
ted in the building on the &
Corner of Main and Woodland Sts.,
Formerly occupied by Mr. G. D.
Collins and Mr. J. W. Barr.
We have had the two stores
thrown together, giving us more
room, better light, and superior
We are adding to these big
stocks daily, and now have one of
the largest & best Hardware stores
in North Georgia.
You will like our new home.
Above all, you will like the high
quality of our goods and very rea
sonable prices at which we sell
them. Come and see for yourself.
A. E. YOUNG & 50N
It now looks as if Franco and
Italy would have no more to do with
President Harding’s little League of
Nations than he as United States
Senator would have with the League
of Nations comprising the whole civ
ilized world. Verily, the Republican
party is finding it true that “chickens
come home to roost.”
Out of respect to the memory of
the late Senator Thos. E. Watson
Senators Harris and George last
week voted against the confirmation
of Mr. Denny as Collector at Savan
nah, but he was confirmed without
their vote. Senator Watson fought
the nomination as “personally ob
jectionable” to him.
Senator Borah wants to have an
other disarmament conference. They
probably have an educative value,but
seem to be of comparatively little use
otherwise for us. The United States
Senate refused to ratify the treaty
providing for real disarmament, but
spite of that fact President Hard
ing called one of our own. France
and Italy came, but a year has pass
ed without their ratification, and
Great Britain complains that she is
the only nation that has made any
genuine effort to carry out its pro
visions. No nation can hope to have
everything her own way, but that is
always the trouble.