THE CARROLL FREE PRESS, CARROLLTON, CARROLL COUNTY, OA.
THURSDAY, DEC. 20, 1923
SULPHUR IS BEST
TO CLEAR UP UGLY.
BROKEN OUT SKIN
Ahy breaking out or skin irritation
on face, neck or body is overcome
quickest by applying Mciilho-.Sulpliur
says a noted skin specialist. Because
of Itrigerni destroying properties, noth
ing |ias ever been found to take the
place of this sulphur preparation that
My brings case from tile itching
Iphur heals eczema right
(he skin clear and smooth.
5 f:i| l s to relieve the torment
urement. A little jar „f
.Mentho-Sulphur may be .,b-
t jjn.v drug store. It is Used
PUBLIC SALE OF VALU
ABLE TOWN PROPERTY
The BEST Emergency Remedy
for Man and Beast
Says Wm, Blalock, Lvndovcr.
N. C. — "I have used. Mexican
Mpstang Liniment for all kind:
of sprains, bruises, cuts and
sores, in horses as well ns man.
and believe it to be the best lini
ment now in use. 1 keep it in
my house all the time and recom
mend it to all as the best liniment
for all purposes*’'
Mustang Liniment is composed
of soothing, healing oils that,
when nibbed in, penetrate the
tissues to the bone! Mustang
contains no alcohol, acids or pet >.
per, and docs not smart or sting
•^nr A UHina Mustang Liniment
“MV , v Cur family ailment*, nml f<>
IM !# -" ,l !'" ullly
South fifth St., Brook-
Sold by Drug anc
| Waists Washed—
Why fuss with wash
ing and Ironing your
fancy waists when
you can send them
to us and get them
Lack perfectly dean
and faultlessly Ironed?
The cost's so little, the
satisfaction so great,
that you really can’t
afford to attempt the
CHARLEY FONO, Prop.
On (ho first Tuesday in January,
1024, at I o’clock, on the premises on
Mandeville avenue and Cedar street,
the undersigned will sell for ensh, to
the highest mid best bidder, the prop
(lly hereinafter described and located
in the city of Cnrrollton, Carroll coun
One lot with burnt house located
thereon, fronting .Mamlevilel avenue 7d
feet and running' back 110 feet, equal
Also, one house and lot fronting Man-
devillo avenue 7.") feet and running
back equal width 110 feet, there being
l. thire room house located oil the above
: , • « i /
Also, one'bouse and lot. located on
Mandeville avenue, fronting Mandeville
avenue 70 feet nml running back equal
width 110 feet,, having thereon a five-
Also, one vacant lot on the .corner of
Maude vile avenue and Robinson avenue,
being 75 feel front and running back
Also, one lot on Robinson avenue,
fronting 73 feet and running back 100
Also, one bouse and lot located on
Ceil ar sti
lining one and
more or 1
•ss, being an oi
mm and onlln
nn it, ami
lining the plae
■ whom !h
Also, some-vacant lots
piece of propc
In sold on this day bet
if vou aiv in!
this sulc. AVn
ill this proper
or 10, 1023.
OUR MERCHANTS ARE
HAVING GOOD TRADE
FARMER BILL ALPHABET
A for Atlanta, the homo of this game,
That’s cheering up hearts and storm
ing to fame,
B is for Byrd, who prints and binds
This merry game for weary minds.
C is for casket, in which you may lay
Your troubles, by playing this game
each day. '
D is for dull Hoy, who lias worked too
He lias lib ■games and toys and such.
S for ov-or happy and gay.
When “A Year With Farmer Hill
V’ you play. , .,
j*- is-' fbr Free Press, winch we should
And its editor’s warnings
well to heed.
G is ft.r grateful. Your boys will oboy
If vou will get tlntin this gome and
' teach them to play.- ...
H is for Horton’s, Carrollton s busiest
store, V. ' . ,
That’s selling this gaife t,<V*the rush
and the poor.
1 is for instructions for playing the
gn mo, .,, ,, i 'i«.
ck of the board you will find 4..
J is for Journal, tin* South
Who's artists cartooned this-game <m.
K is for knowledge, which you. may
gain. . , . •
Of farmer's life by.playing this gain*.
L is fof lively girls mid.hoys,
Who brighten their homes with games
M is for merry, voting mid old.
Bill's help to home life can’t be told.
N is for name, describing this game,
That’s affording amusement you n
find it the same.
O is for olmdinet, as children should be,
And this to. accomplish,; have home
life glee: ' / •
P is for pity, for,the one.win) Wears
A long face -no gladness shares.
Cl is for Queen, your darling duiigntn,
Get her this game-you really ('lighter.
R is for Rhodes Howell, the game s in
lie loves to make happy '» sumraei
and winter. . ,
fc is for system of work and play,
The system that keeps us happy and
■X is fmMrouble of various kinds.
Until “Farmer Bill’ controls 11
lines. - . _ .
U is fof unity- -group
Bill settles disputes
V is for vagabond, wretched scamp,
No .iovs at home and lie s made :
W is for wonderful, “Farmer Bill
For driving off gloom lie has marvel
ous skill. .
X is just x.wlio lives by himself
He lias no games, tile
Y is for youthful, we
Then buy the new .game
Z is for zealous.
Carrollton merchants have done a
wonderfully good business the past sea
son—in fact better business than for
many years, Those dealing in holiday
goods made wonderful preparation for
this line of business and n walk around
the square each day looks like Christ
mas Eve. The abundant crops of cot -
ton, coni, hay, potatoes, e^gs and other
products have brought to Carrollton an
immense amount of money’, and it is be
ing used and spent economically and
The stores in CnrrMltOn are tlw best
you will find in any (own of equal size.
A glance nt the windows of those stores
will impress you with this fact. In
any line, dry goods, groceries, drugs,
lO^eut goods—any line will impress
yon with 1 ho care with which these
goods were selected. More holiday
goods are being sold here and
fewer dollars are going away from home
for Christians gifts. Why buy out of
town when you can buy nt home.’
Carrollton merchants long ago learn
ed that the way lo get move business
was to go after more business, and by
going after more business they have
made Carrollton n much' greater trade
center. On first Mondays Carrollton
merchants reap a much larger trade
than on any other one day ia the month.
Oil these days customers come here
from oniles and miles around. 1 u fact |
these trade days arc like trade days
during a holiday rush. The pnst few
days trade is brisk, and the next three
days they expect the largest trade they
have ever had.
It’s a pleasure for the Free Press lo
speak these words of truth which show
marked, oommiinity progress. The Car
rollton stores shout a message of life,
fujtli, aetivily and prosperity.
For all this fine business the Car
rollton merchants, bankers, manufactur
ers mid others desire to express their
appreciation and good will to all their
custonicrs and friends, wishing them
one and nilgti Merry Christmas. This
sentiment is. expressed in few well
chosen words in the form of “Greet
ings”-'advertisements in The Free Press
ReacMjvory ad, considertjvpry thought
as .coining from the JSjisart of each
store, business oY concern. They mean
all t)int is expressed in these columns
and- more. Again—Merry Christmas.
liv virtue of the authority vested in
the undersigned by law, “The Carroll
'Free Press,’* a newspaper published in
the city of Carrollton, said county and
state, is hereby designated, as the offi
cial organ o£ : snid county for the year,
Let mil ice of this designation bp
given by publication of this order for
four weeks in the “Carroll County
Times”' next proceeding the first day
of January, 1024,
AVITNESH our hands and official
•signatures, this the 3rd day of Decem
E. T. STEED, Ordinary.
T. J. 11. ROBERTSON,' C. S. C.
AV. A. GARRETT, Sheriff.
| Roop Hardware Cd.
Are showing the largest stock of Furniture, Rugs and Hardware
of any store in this section of Georgia. Present prices are very low
compared to those prevailing some time ago. Quantities of new things
for every nook apd corner of the house. Big lines in every department,
and at prices that will interest ajmost any one. Our goods are kept
upstairs, except our show window down stairs.
Bed-room Suites in all the woods. Dining-room Suites in. all the
woods. Living-room Suites in abundance. Overstaffed and Cane-back
Suites for parlors and living-rooms. Fiber and reed Furniture in sets
and odd peces.
Just 3 more days to do Holiday shopping. Maybe there’s some
Suite of Furniture or odd piece that you wish for a Christmas present;
if so, come look over our special display.
, When you come to Carrollton and want to rest and warm before
trading, you will be a welcome visitor at our store.
If you need anything for the next few days come to see us. Our
business this fall has grown by leaps and bounds, and next year we
hope to double even what we have done this year. Come to see us.
We thank vou. . „
Roop Hardware Co.
J'.j.by chicks from well selected mid
inspected Hocks. Popular breeds. Place
orders at mice. Buy at home and know
what you are getting. Visitors welcome
at all times.—Fourth District A. & M.
School- -N. V. Davis. ISocttfuc
and affords lots
Kish old elf.'
are hopeful to
ind rout the
sick hnndncho, sour stomach.
Oonstipatlou, easily avoided
An active liver without calomel.
Never sicken or jnpe—only 25c
(NOiE: Dr. Fierce ia president of
the Invalids’ Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., to
which for 50 years past chronic suf
ferers have been coming for special
ized treatment from all over the U. 3.
A., Canada and foreign lands.)
Will Undo Much Evil
By Dr. V. M. Pierce
Kilo wing the vast amount of
wrought by disuuses ot the
kidHeye, anil having nud opportun
ity fo observe the analyses and the
sucOessful methods of treatment in
thousands oi' cases of kidhey tiouble
at the invalids' Hotel. 1 have re
cently given to the public the latest
anffiperhaps most important of the
nkfepieroe home remedies, An-
uriclf (anti - uric - acid) Tablets,
v/hiftb 1 now recommend to those
vflii, suffer with kidney backache,
Irregularity of urination and tne
iiato and disturbances that come
liMpfexefess of uric acid in the blood.
5bin-uric” can be had now at all
thefSrug stores. The mere drinking
ofWvmp of hot water each nwwn'ing
iwt-in “an*-iirip.” before every
bound to become
Farmer Bill ’ ’ you accept, as your
FOR SALE AT
HORTON’S BOOK STORE
* OAK RIDGE-SOOTH J
«jt :k * * ' • *
Mrs. .1; E. and Miss dusie Little .spent
Tuesday with the former’s parents, Mr.
mill Mrs. R. F. ’Molt, and family, of
Whooping Creek, and report that their
France, Jr., got his arm broken
Lots of Water
Take Salts to Flush Kidneys
Bladder Bothers or
Eating too much rich food may pro
duce kidney trouble in some form, says
a well-known authority, because the
acids created excite the kidneys. Then
they become overworked, gel sluggish,
dog up and cause all sorts of distress,
particularly backache and misery in the
kidney region, rheumatic twinges, severe
Monday morning while erniilting thoiy^; headaches, acid stomach, constipation,
AVe hope it will soon be well torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder and;
1 I urinary irritation,
again. . j The moment your hack hurts or kid- ,■
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Talley and family j neys arcn ’t acting right, or if bladder ]
have moved near Ringer’s store.
Max Lester Lyle made a business trip
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stallings spoilt
Sunday nigbt with her parents, Mr. mql
Mrs. AV. L. Little and family. *•
Several from’this place were in Car
rollton shopping Tuesday
bothers you, begin drinking lots of good
water and also get about four, ounces of
Jad Salts .front any good pharmacy;
take, a tablcspoonful in a glass of water
before breikfasi for a few days and
your kidneys ntay then 'act -Title. '1 his j
famous salts is made' from (the acid ( of j
grapes and lemon juice, combined with
lithia, and has been used for years to 1
- f flush clogged kidneys and stimulate
Mr Ed Lee and Miss Fannie Gray them to activity; also to neutralize the
jui. r^u s ; acids m the system so that tliev no
Good Bye Old Year—
Welcome to the New
A Message From the Heart to Our
Loyal Friends and Patrons
The year just closing seemed short to us but we pre
sume it passed quickly because we were busy and the
fact that we have been busy prompted us to stop with
the sounding of the.signal or the passing of 1923 to give
thanks for the patrons who have made our business
And This is Our New Year
Wish For You
May tlie sunshine be brighter, the sky more blue,
friends more true and your pathway free from any ob
structions to hinder your success and happiness. May
the opportunity for helpful service come to you and may
1924 bring you new and broader visions of life that will
prove helpful and inspiring to you and those about you.
’ To all of our patrons we send our best wishes and
our hearty thanks for patronage, large or small. We
want to serve you in 1924.
adifjl little ‘‘AiT-urlc” before every
meal: should bring
kionp)’ trouble and not know
Tfii&langm' eignuls te ; be wa,b
fo&hlfcd quickly heeded are b«e«
ucfjfr' depression, aches, paras,
hakVfness, drowsiness, dizziness,
irritability, headaches, chilliness,
rneupattfi ! .ttvltt**s,. swollen joints,
had a r sale Monday And are -going lb
remarkably ( to live. AVe wish them con
You may have t^Jtincntjri their new home.'
’ “ o Miss Josio IJttjo spent Wenncsday
afternoon. witli little Miss Lucy Sta)--
lines who lias the measles.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New
lYcJlr to tye Free Press and all* «f its
correspondents and editor. J. L.
___ _ that .they no
’ iotiger irritate, thus often relieving Wad- t
• ; (ler disorders. . . .
1 Jad Salts' can not injure anyone',
makes a delightful effervescent lithia-'
water drink 1 which millions'6f me» arid
women take noW and then-to help keep
the kidneys and urinary organs clean,
thus oftcn. avoiding serious kidney dis- .
orders. By, all means have your physi-ri
clan examine ydur kidneys atJeasf