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VOLUME XVI. _CEREDO, WAYNE CO.. W. VA., WEDNESDAY. MAY 8. 1901. NUMBER23T Business cards. J. R. GIESKE, Architect, Ceredo, W. Va. Office at Hoard Brick. W. W. Marcum, Attorney-at* Law, Ceredo, VV. Va. Will practice I a all the courts of W. Va Boyd and Lawrence county, Ky . J. H. MEEK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WAYNE. W. VA. Practices in the courts of Wayne and adjoining counties. i M. STOUT. D. D. S., Dentist, Kenova, West Va. Room F, The Glenwood. There is no reason why anyone should die of FEVER as long as DR. A. WATTS Is living. He hss never lost a case In five years’ prac tloe. Dr. A. Watts, East Lynn, West Virginia. DANIEL WRIGllT, Painter 1 Paper Hanger Ceredo, W. Va. •A.Work done In the best style and at reasonable priced. Paints and Wall Paper for sale. I T. T. M’DOUGAL, NOTARY PUBLIC, “Advance” Office, CEREDO, - . W. VA. Special attention given to the preparation, of Pension Papers Brino your certificates. w. H. ADKINS, The Main St. Barber, GUARANTEES HIS WORK 10 fllll [MfJlIKIM. Oo to hid shop and get a clean shave and a nice hair cut and you will look ten yearn younger. Remember the place: Next door to Nunns grocery store, Ceredo. W. Va. JOHN W. DILLON, Catlettsburg, - - Kentucky, Sells Henry Diston A Son’s SAWS, GUMMERS And Swages, and is agent for the Aultman A Taylor Manufac turing Co., and the Qneen of the South GRIST MILLS And Mill Supplies. ESTABLISHED IN 1870. TH6 Johnston Undertakino Go., 219 9th Street. HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Cerodo, West Virginia, Branch in charge of E. A. STOCK. THE CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF OHIO. Program fur the Annual Meeting to l»e llel<l in Huntington, May 14th, Iftth and lOth. As will be seen by consulting the program below, It u expected that •orne of the brightest In the countiy will figure In the May meeting of tne Ohio Congregational Association to be held In Huntlngtou. The ganeral theme of all the sessions Is “The (Jospel of Jesus Christ In the 20th Cen tury.” Below Is the program: . TUESDAY, MAY 14. KVEK1NO. Voluntary. Invocation. Hymn. Address of Welcome. Response by the Moderator. Anthem. Scripture Reading by Rev. Virgil Boyer Marietta. Prayer by Rev. H. 8. Wannamaker, Elyria. Sermon by the retiring Moderator, Rev. Albert M. Hyde, D. D., Toledo. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1A Ml KM NO. 8:90 9:00—Business. 9:00 9:30—Narrative of the State of Relig ion Necrology. 9:80-10:80—Memorial Service for Mem bers Association Churches Martyred In China; conducted by Rev. W. H. Baker, Springfield. Address by Rev. C. N. Pond, Oberlln; Rev. C. A. Nelson, Canton. Chins; Kev. C. A. Stanley. Tien Tsln, China 10:3> 10:50— Devotional Services led by Rev. John B Davies, Youngstown. 10:50 11:30-The Gospel of Jesus Christ in the First Century. (s' What the (Dispel was. (b, What Its Essential Truth* Were. (c) Secret of Us Rapid (Jrowth. (d) Motives to Which the Apostles Appealed. Rev. J. W. Bradshaw, D. D., Oberlln 11:% 12:00 -Discussion of above topic un der five minute limit. afteknoon. 1:80 2:0m—Business. 2:00 3:00-Ohlo Church History Society. 3:00 3:20 -Devotional Service led by Rev. I. J. N. Swanson, Dima. 3:20 <00 -Book Study. A First Century Message. “The Oospel for the World.” A Study of the Kplstie to the (Jalla ttons Prof. (». S. Burroughs, Oberlln. BVKMIKO. The Gospel of Je*ua Christ In the Twen tieth Century. The Gospel to Non-Chuieh Goers. What It Ought to tie Shown to Meau. Uev. Washington Gtatlileu. D. L>., C'llum bus. The Motives to Which Men Respond. Kev. Morgan Wood. D. D . Cleveland. THURSDAY, MAY 16. MOHNIKU. 6:00 9:00- Bustnea*. 9:00 10:00—Ohio Home MlMlonary Society 10:00-13:90—The Mix Mlaslouary Societies (a) Their Fields. (b) Their Work During the Past Year. (c) «Should There be Consolidation? Kev. 11. O. Allen, Hudson. 10:90 11:05 Devotional Service, le<l by Kev. K. S. Rot brock. Cleveland. ll:09-ll:15-Tbe Coulilbuton of our Churches to the Spiritual Life of Their Religion. Rev. IjouIk J. Lue till, Jetferaou. 11:19 12:00 - Discussion of above topics under a three minute limit. AKTKKNOON. 1:10 2:30- Bust neaa. 2:30 3:09 -Cliurcli Life In the Twentieth Century. (a) Strength and Wenknes of Church Life In the 19th Century. (b) Improvement* Required for the •A)tb Century. Kev. I). M. Pratt, Cincinnati. 3:05 3:20 - Devotional Service, led by Kev* Orln D. Moon, Berea. 8:20 1:00—The Systematic Study of the Bible by the lay Membership. Meth od of Securing *uch Study. Fruit* to be Expected fiom It. (9) Peruiauent Interest In the Christian last ion of the World. (b) More Effective, Enterprising, In telligent Service for the Cau*e. Rev. .1. R. Nichols, I) R. Marietta. 1:'I0 1:30 DIscuhmIoh of ubove topic under a rtve minute limit. BVBMIJfO. Opportunities of our Churches In the Spread of the Kingdom. President Alfred T. Perry, Marietta College. Mpeela| Aspects of the Gospel that need I resell tat Ion Today. Rev. Caspar Wlstar Hiatt, I). R.. Cleveland. Sacrament of the Ixml’a Supper. Rev. K. I. Jonea, Cincinnati; Rev. 8 C Dickinson, Mt. Vernon. Offering for Mlnlalerlal Relief Fund; Benediction by Kev. G. Mecti ling, Hamilton. COME “TO OUR— RIO STORE And secure what 3*00 need. We guar antee all who deal with up to get the worth of their money. We deal in DRY GOODS, ROOTS ANI) SHOES, HATS, CAPS, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, HARDWARE, NOTIONS, GROCERIES AND FURNITURE We keep anything to be found in a first class General Store. Goods delivered free. WRIGHT BROS. CEREDO, WEST VA. Secretary A. C. Campbell, of the | Ashland and Ironton Bridge Cora- [ pany, received a communication last week from the War Department granting permission to build a bridge across the Ohio river at that point. The only change from the i original plan is the length of the channel span, which will be 750 feet. The final surveys are now beintr made. It is thought there will be a fine fruit crop. Washington Excursions. On May 9th, the C. <fc O. will sell excursion tickets from Hunt ington to W ashington and return at, rate cf *12.00. Tickets good going on trains 2 and 4 of the above dates, good returning ten days. For further information address, T. A. CfAftnrc.AV, 8. E. F. A., Huntington, VV. Va. --—. - PUNT YOUR AO. IN THE ADVANCE. 1 KENOVA LOCALS. _ Lat« Ittms of Intorost From Our Sistor Citv. Reporter. R. B. Dolen has been on the sick list. Albert Lane’s condition continues to improve. Rumors in the matrimonial circles are numerous. “April smiles" arrived in time to see the month depart. ’Squ ire H. F. Brown, of Wayne, was in the city, Sunday. Mr. Jesse Lambert has been very poorly for several days. Mr. Eli Sohn finished moving his goods to Ceredo, Tuesday. C. (’ole was at Williamson last Friday, transacting business. B. F. Ilornbeek. of I ronton, ()., was seen on our streets, Saturday. Work is progressing nicely on the (\ Cole dwelling and business room. C. K. Adams, of the Williamsou Palace Hotol bar, was here Mon day. R. E. Lee, of Russell, Ky., was mingling with Kenovaites, Satur day. Mr. G. \V. Allison has purchased the Delta restaurant, near the Hound House. Mrs. Gertrude England was at Ironton, <)., last Wednesday calling on friends. Will II. Mc.Murry, of Portsmouth, <)., was here Tuesday, visiting the clothing trade. M. T. Sturtevant, of Columbus, O., was here Wednes<lay visiting the drug trade. Hev. Isaac Workman, of Preston, this State, was here this week, the guest of relatives. 11. S. Kyle and Chalmcr Davis, of Portsmouth, ()., were here Sunday, calling on friends. J. W. Horner, a Wheeling tim ber dealer was herb transacting business, Monday. V. A. Ititon, Superintendent of the N. <fc W. Scioto Valley division, was hero Monday. W. C. Bartram, Deputy U. 8. Marshal, of Fort Gay, this State, was here Sunday. Baggage Agent Bown handled almost 2000 pieces of baggage during the month of April. Mr. Geo. Osgood, who formerly was a clerk at the Lambert store, is now with VV. W. Nunn. F. M. Smith, who is visiting W ayne county relatives, was a guest at the Eagle House, Sunday. J- O. Moutavon, representing the grocery trade, was here from Ports mouth, O., last Wednesday. Mr. I). W. Hopkins was at Hon ton, O., Tuesday, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Dr. Hraumer. Mrs. Kmma Hansel, of Chillicothe, O., was the guest of her sister, Mrs. G. W. Tucker, last Wednesday. T. J. Cunningham, a former fire man om the N. A W., after an ab sence of one year, has returned. Hert Walters, a former N. A W. brakeman, has moved to Kcnova and is now a switchman in the yards. Messrs Dick Maynard and Cbas. Stone, of Catlettsburg, Ky., were here last Sunday calling on friends. Everything is in readiness for the building of the City Hall which is to j l»e erected on 15th and Pino streets. Peter Hay, colored, was arrested Wednesday forenoon by Sergeant Smith for stealing coal from the1 N. A W. yards. Attorney < lark has moved his law i office from the W. W. Nunn build-j ing, to the residence on the opposite corner of the street. Mr. C. A. Miller,of Eastern Ohio, | wan here last week, surveying Keno* va s hotel trade. He contemplates | purchasing the Cottage. Mr. Young, a Depnty U. S. Marshal, was here last Wednesday with twelve “prisoners,” which he' captured in tho “moonshine” regions of McDowell and Mercer counties, taking them to Charleston. The Core Quo Yadis Theatrical Stock Co., consisting of nine metn l*?rs, spent Sunday at the Eagle House. Mr. llrown, of Ceredo, will prob ably open up a meat market in tho Nunn building which was recently vacated by Attorney Clark. W. C. Waist ruin, Superintendent of Telegraphy, was here from Roa noke, \\ ednesday, looking after the N. <fc W’s. telegraphic interests. Superintendent C. 1\ Iehle, of the Kenova Association, will hereatler have his office in tho Glcnwood, occupying the room vacated by Eli Sohn. Xcphaniah Meek, Superintendent of the Mutual lelephon Co., was here from Catlettsburg, Ky., last Wednesday, looking after the needed repairs of the Kenova 'phones. If Cupid, Hyman A Co. tells the correct story, Robert McGee, a Cincinnati traveling salesman, will, within a few days, wed one of Kenova’s best young ladies. Guess who? A suit to collect mouey alleged to be due for rent, was beard in ’Squire Rowe’s court, Tuesday, plaintiff being M. J. Damnu vs. the H. H. Wilier estate. Con tinued. Al out 100 Columbus people cainc in on the N. Sc W. excursion train Sunday. Some went from here to Huntington, others to Ashland and (. atlettshurg, Ky., ami many re mained here, guests at the Glen wood. Dr. York has entered suit against tho American Tailoring Company, of Cincinnati, for tho sum of $f>0.(X). Owing to lack of full dis closure on tho part of tho garnishee tho case was uot settled in tho ’Squire’s court. Three bids woro made for the erection of the City Hall, tho low est one being $1,479. None of the bids were accepted, and tho lime for letting tho contract aud re ceiving other bids ha9 been extend ed until Saturday, May 4th. Mrs. William If. Winters left here a few days ago to join her hus band at Seattle, Washington. Mr. Winters is a Second Lieutenant in tho U. S. Philippine service, and his regiment is now back to the States in the West, laying in camp, await ing instructions as to their future location. Mr.C. B. IIallstein,of Baltimore, Md., the jovial representative of the Buckingham Bros. Cigar Co., was hero this week visiting tho cigar trade and mooting his friends. Mr. Hollsteiu soils tho “Little Buckingham” and “Duke of Buck ingham” cigars which have made the firm of Buckingham Bros, fa mous throughout tho State. Engineer C. R. Keith, who was recently married to Miss Bessie Crimes, of Alexander, Va., has re turned to Kenova with his wife and they are now “at home” at the Glenwood. Their honeymoon was1 spent in the East—Phiadelphio, New York and Buffalo. Mr. Keith has been a resident of Kenova for almost five years, and in that space of time made many friends. We extend congratulations. Traveling Auditor Echols, of the N. <fc W., was in the city last week for the purpose of making a change in the I ronton ticket office, neces sitated by Mr.J. E. Scott’s resigna tion. Mr. J. W. Dashiell, the day ticket agent at this place, is Mr. Scott’s successor, and he will prob ably move to fronton this week and take charge of the office. Mr. Scott goes to Medina O., as city agent of the Lake Erie <fc Western railroad. Mr. Dnshiell is well known in fronton, having married Miss Mabel King of that city. Mr. Edward C. Collins, General State Deputy of the Fraternities Accident Order, of Philadelphia, Pa., is in the city for the purpose of instituting a Subordinate Council to be composed of Kenova and Ceredocitizens. This order furnishes Accident and Health j idemnity to its members at a very low cost and it. will be to the in terest of every man to become a member of the order. Mr. Albert G. Brown, of Ceredo, was last week paid a claim of $01.42 for an accident, and several claims have recently been paid at Hunting ton where there is a very large mem bership. The Tripple-State Gas and Oil ( ompany lias been sued by Dr. york, for the sum of $85. I>r. ^ ork alleges that the Company agreed to tit his residence with gas fixtures within thirty days from a certain time, and, upon their failure to fulfill the alleged contract, the ea-e has been placed in the hands of au< r icys Tor a settlement. On Wednesday the trial was heard in 'Squire Howe's court, but owing to the misunderstanding which pre vails, the ease was not settled. At torney ('lark plead for the plaintiff, and Simms A Knslow, of Hunting ton, appeared fou the defondant. In answer to the question, “w'hore is the state of matrimony?” the Chicago World says: Well, as near as we can locate it, this happy State is one of the “United” States. It bounded by hugging aud kissing on one side and cradles and babies on the other. Its chief productions are staying out late at night. It is was discovered by Adam and Eve w’hile trying to find a passage out of paradise. The climate is sultry’ un til you pass the topics of housekeep ing, when squalling w’cather sets in without sufficient power to keep all hands down. For the principal road leading to that consult tho first pair of blue eyes you chance to meet. Y. M. C. «. NOTES. Ilnv. Gadsby will address the next Shop meeting, Monday. The members of the Bible Class hold their regular meoting, Thurs day evening. Considerable in terest was manifested. Rev. George Gadsby will ad dress the Gospel meeting next Sunday atfernoou at the usual hour—1:30, sIoat timo. Rev. John McCarthy, the Con gregational minister, of Hunt ington, addressed the Shop raeet tng, Monday. Ilis talk was an interesting one. MONTHLY REPORRT APRIL, 1001. Renewal*. 23 Kxpiration*. ^ Member* ifcmr away. New montlier*. l*re*ent paid mcmlierMhlp. 325 Attendance at mixed meeting*. 95 A (tendance at Cottage meeting* . 22 Attendance at men’* Hible eta** ..... 6 A ttendance at Shop meeting*. 141 Frofe**ed con version. 1 No. vinit* to room* week-day*.1672 No, vi*ltH to room* Sunday*.. 179. Hath* taken. 331,, Re*t room*, No. of time* u**d. 2M No. of vinit* of Secretary to shop*, yard*. Acc 1(> No. of vinit* of Secretary and Committee to nick and injured. 16 Letter* written in room*. 210 Rook* drawn from library. 20 K. F. Rideout, General Secretary. Clark-Preston Nuptials. Mrs. Amanda Preston and At torney Jornes T. Clark, of this city, wore united in marriage Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. 8. McCabe, of 101 East Greenup avenue, Ashland, Ky. The bride wore a beautiful gown of light gray cloth, carried pink roses and looked exceedingly hand some. Rev. Dr. VV. C. Coudit, pastor of the first Presbyterian church, performed the marriage ceremony. The bride is a daughter of the late Captain J. L. Koons, aud a sister of Mrs. P. S. McCabe, while the groom is a prominent attorney of this State. A number of the immediate friends of the bride were present to witness the mar riage. They were Mrs. Zora Singer, Mrs. Geo. Martin, and Mrs. Jno. Cullens of Ironton. Mrs. Cullens is also a sister of the bride. Immediately after the marriage, Attorney and Mrs. Clark left fora brief wedding tour, after which they returned to Kenova where they will make their future home. The Reporter extends congratu lations. If people only knew what we know about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, it would be used in nearly every household, as there are few people who do not suffer from a feeling of fulluess after eating, belching, fiatulence, sour stomach or water brash, caused by indigestion or or dyspepsia. A preparation such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which, with no aid from the stomach, will digest your food. W. M. filoss Ceredo; R. N. Williams, Kenova. 1