DECEMBER 28, 1922.
rWE STANDARD, CEPARTOWW, GA.
We Thank You
Mr. J. C. Walker spent Friday in
Mr. R. P. Watson spent Thursday
Mrs. R. A. Brinim spent Thursday
afternoon in Rome.
The people of Cedartown and
vicinity have given us a gratifying
liberal patronage during I922, and
we wish to thank them most hear
tily for it.! We are going to try
harder than ever to deserve your
favor during 1923.
We wish you, one and all, a
most Happy New Year. Hay I923
be filled to over-flowing with good
things for you.
Mrs. W. S. Myers left Friday for
a visit at Unndilla.
Mr. Irving Silverstein spent Fri
day afternoon in Rome.
Mr. C. Q. Tatum went to Atlanta
Friday for a few days stay.
ASK YOUR GROCER for Graham
flour made at Vance’s Mill.
Miss Myrtice Jones left Friday to
spend the holidays at Eatonton.
Mr. H. G. Ritchie left Friday to
spend Christmas at Commerce.
DOSS TIRES—thoro are none bet
ter. J. H. Stewart sells them.
Miss Lucile Wood went to Menlo
Thursday to spend the holidays.
Miss Fayne Moore left Friday to
spend the holidays in Buchanan.
Miss Johnnie Cooper left Friday to
spend the holidays in Birmingham.
Miss Bessie Ballard left Thursday
to spend the holidays at Eatonton.
Mr. O. F. Wooten nnd family
spent the first of the week in Rome.
Miss Mnhel Harris came home Fri
day from Hamlet, where she is teach
Prof. John B. Jones left Thursday
to spend the holidnys in South Caro
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Richardson,Jr.,
of Atlanta, came Friday to spend the
Miss Bessie Westmoreland left last
Thursday to spend the holidnys at.
Mr. C. Mostoller and family went
to Chattanooga Saturday to spend
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Prof, nnd Mrs. Wm. Morrison left
Thursday to spend the holidnys in
J. R. CHAPMAN
, THE CEDARfOVN STANDARD
Sanitary Plumbing and
THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 1922.
Hon. E. S. Ault was in Atlanta
Mr. R. E. Butler spent Friday night
Mrs. J. F. Felton was culled to
Chattanooga Thursday by the illness
of a son-in-law.
PHONE BOB for your Western
Beef, Lamb, and Fish. STEPHENS
Mrs. A. S. Atkins nnd Miss Edith
M. Lake have been visiting relatives
in Macon this week.
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT REASON
Mfic. Phone, 289, 421 Moia St.
Miss Rose Moore left Friday for
a visit in Iowa.
Mr. C. W. Ilollctt left Friday for a
trip to Indiana.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Trauick spent
Friday in Atlanta.
Mr. Henry Blonhcim, of Atlanta,
cume Friday on a visit to his sister,
Mrs. Phil Friedmun.
Mr. L. R. Brock and family left
last week for Gadsden, where ho has
accepted a position.
Ih. Phono 91. Horbort St.
«. W. Crawford. D. L Raborts.
rBOMPT, POLITE AND RELIABLE
8ERVICE, REASONABLE PKICES.
T. J. DAVIS. Proo.
204 MAIN ST.
(The Best Work at the
.MONEY TO LOAN.
I mb iatborM to toko nppUcn-
Mom for 1mm on acceptable real m-
ItM at mm Intoroat rate of 5 1-2 pw
Ml. ThU rata may mot prevail long.
W. W MUNDY,
Correspondent for Polk County,
Money to Loan.
1 am prepared to negotiate farm
loans to run five years, with princi
pal repayable ten per cent annually
for first four years. Interest rate 7
per cent payable annually.
If you want a farm loan on improv
ed farm lands in Polk or Floyd coun
ties, see me. W. K. FIELDER.
Cedartown Lodge, No. 73, I. 0. 0.
F., meets every Thursday night. Vis
iting brothers always welcome.
Lodge room over Standard office.
M. L. FISHER, N. G.
GEO. W. HOWARD, Sec.
A happy and prosperous New
Year to each and all.
Mrs. J. E. Good went to Acworth
Friday to spond the holidays.
Our city public schools will re-open
for the winter term, next Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lewis spent the
first of the week at Greenwood, S. C.
Miss Florinc Janes came home last
week from Atlanta to spend the holi
Dr. II. M. Hull returned last week
from a stay of several days at Vala-
Mr. John Frazer cume home for the
holidays last week from Oglethorpe
Dr. and Mrs. P. 0 Chaudron left
Thursday to spend the holiduys at
Miss Ruth Hicks came home Friday
for the holiduys from Aragon, where
she is teaching.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Benton, of At
lanta, were the guests of Cedartown
friends last week.
WHY PAY MORE, when you can
buy automobile tires for less? J. H.
Stewart keeps them.
Mrs. W. J. Bisaner and daughter,
Emmeline, went to Acworth Friday
to spend the holidays.
Mrs. J. A. Watford, of Birming
ham, came Thursday on a visit to her
sister, Mrs. Chas. Beasley.
Miss Elizabeth Young came home
Saturday for the holidays from the
State University at Athens.
Mrs. Robt. 1 Wilkinson, of Newnan,
came Thursday on a visit to her
father, Mr. J. R. Chapman.
Mr. Chas. Adamson, Jr., came
home Friday for the holidays from
the University of Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Leland Purks left Thursday
for a visit in Atlanta. Mr. Purks
spent the first of the week there. •
Misses Frances Wood, Anna and
Ida Young came home for the holi
days last week from Shorter College.
Mr. Lewis Wood, of Abbeville, La.,
came Thursday to spend the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Miss Sara Hanahan, of Atlanta,
came Thursday to spend a few days
as the guest of Miss Mary Cade
Mesdames M. W. Barber and R. II.
Prior left Sunday for a few days visit
to their daughter and sister, Mrs. E.
LADIES, when in Romo make your
headquarters at ths New York Hat
Shop, 314 Broad St.
FINE SHOE REPAIRING, Phone
74. Work cnllod for and delivered.
TRITT & WILLIAMS.
Mr. Lowndes Yancey came homo
last week for the holidays from Em
ory University in Atlanta.
Misses Elizabeth and Sara Leon
ard came home Saturday from At
lanta to spend tho holidays.
Mrs. W. F. Janes left Thursday for
a visit in Atlanta. Mr. Janes spent
the first of the week there.
Miss Pauline and Mr. Ed. Johnson,
of Atlanta, came Saturday on n visit
to the family of Mr. J. T. Hunt.
Messrs. Maurice Hunt and Robert
Terrell came home Friday for tho
holidays from Young Harris College.
Mrs. W. M. Crows, of Birmingham,
came Thursday on a visit to her par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 0. Cleveland.
PAPER HANGING—I will paper
your rooms at tho lowest possible
price. Phone 196. R. C. FRALEY.
Mrs. L. H. Biggs, of Atlanta, came
Friday to spend Christmas with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Rus
Mrs. J. A. Monfort, of Cartersville,
was called here Thursday by the ill
ness of her sister, Miss Sallie Mon
Mrs. J. S. Lawrence, of Atlanta,
came last week to spend a few days
with her mother, Mrs. Mary Sue Ed
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wright, of
Camden, S. C., came Friday on a visit
to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Misses Nell and Irene Pridgen,who
are teaching at Trion and Villa Rica
respectively, came home last week for
Mesdames J. T. Hardwick and N.
0. Landers, of Birmingham, are the
guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Brooks.
Messrs. Winfrey Langford and
Marion Roberts came home Friday
for the holidays from Mercer Uni
versity in Macon.
Mrs. Albert Adams, of Birming
ham, came Thursday on a visit to rel
atives here. Mr. Adams spent the
first of the week here.
Mrs. J. S. N. Davis returned last
Thursday to Opelika, Ala., after a vis
it to her nieces, Mrs. Lamar Hallum
and Miss Paulino Chapman.
A. C. COBB CO.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
With sincere gratitude in our hearts
towards our friends and customers for
their splendid business during the year
that has passed, we pledge ourselves to
serve a little better, to try a little har
der, to become a little more worthy of
your confidence ^ patronage through
out the coming year.
Our wish to all is, A Happy and
Prosperous New Year.
A. C. COBB CO.
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The deliento odor of a single piece
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LOOK for our "ad” In this issue.
SANITARY STEAM BAKING CO.
Mr. J. J. Edwards Bpent Fridny in
Mr. J. R. Austin spent Fridny in
Mrs. G. A. Brooks left Thursday
for a visit at Bremen.
Mr. Ernest Taylor, of Floyd coun
ty, was here Thursday.
Mr. R. J. Tyner left Friday for Ma
con to spend the holidays.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Philpot are
spending the holidays at Troy, Ala.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. G. Stewart, of An
niston, came Friday to spend the holi
DO YOU need a DATING STAMP?
You will find them at the Standard
Mr. E. C. Thompson came home
Friday from Birmingham to spend
Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Prickett left
Friday for a few days visit in Chat
WHAT YOU NEED—Brewer’s Lax
alive Stomach Bitters, for sale at
Burbank’s Drug Store.
Mr. M. D. Gray, of Borden Springs,
spent a part of last week with his sis
ter, Mrs. W. F. Barton.
Mr. H. B. Stewart went to Gads
den Thursday to spend a few days.
His wife came home with him Sunday.
Misses Della Lee of Felton, and
Willie Mae Watts of Bullochville.
spent the last of the week with Miss
Mr. Charley Walker, who is attend
ing the State Technological School in
Atlanta, spent Thursday night here
cn route to his homo at Lyerly.
Jo Our Patrons and friends
To you and yours we extend right heartily;
the Season’s Greetings. !
And may the glad New Year bring ever-
increasing happiness an d prosperity.
Our appreciation of your patronage and
that of others you may have directed our way,
is expressed in this wish to you.
I The Commercial Bank
of Cedartown «•
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Located three blocks from the heart of
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Meals, 75c; Rooms, $1.25 Per Day.
No Charge for Sample Room.
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