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The Advance One Year rnd a Splendid High-Arm Sewing Machine for Only S20. Our Special Offer, which expired ou July l*t, has been exteuded uutil Sept. 1st, or uutil the remain der of this purchase of machines are disposed of. Tuis Special Offer— the Advance one y^ar and aSpleudid High-Arm Sewiug Machine for only ♦20 00, should be accepted by every person who is iu need of a first-class ma chine. The machine we offer contains seven draw ers, is the latest improved aud is warranted to give entire satisfaction A lull set of attachments goes with each macbiue. The Ceredo Advance. ’Phone 155. fcutered at the post-office al Ceredo, VV. V*. hh second class matter Wednesday, Aug. UH, lOOl. [ *ii~PMtrons ot this paper will pleas*- send to this office notices of their frlen-ls visit In* here or e«sewhere.— En.l LOGftLNEWS. Rev. E. .1. Westfall was a Hunt ington visitor last 'Thursday. Mrs. Oliver Fuller, of the Mouth of Whites Creek, w as in tow n last Friday. ———♦ a Mrs. E. .1. Westfall returned last Thursday from a week’s visit to relatives at Milton. B. J. Priohanl, of Wayne, who is at Mt,Clemens, Mich . lor his health, writes that he is much improved. —■- — ■ ■ - L. T. Eras her, of Cassville, went down to Ceredo Saturday to attend the burial of his broiher-in-law, S. R. Workman.—Big Sandy News, Aug. ti:i. Oliver Layne has gone to house keeping in one of W. L. Wilson’s dwellings, near the N . it W. station. Mrs. Cartmill occupies a part of the same building. The city of Huntington collected as taxes tromall sources during ltMJO, #t>7,U(J0. The rate of taxation in that city last year was on the #100 valuation. Misses Emma Templeton and Nellie Hawkins, of Swann, Cabell county, are visiting Rev. Westfall’s family. The first named is a sister and the last named is a cousin ot Mrs. Westfall. Chapman Fry, Esq., of Wayne, was a visitor to our town last week. He has recently returned from Indi ana, where he was gathering lies that escaped from the boom at this place several months ago. Mr. Nelson E. Wheeler came down from his home at East. Lynn last Friday. Nelson says he has his crop laid by and will remain heie for a couple of months if he can secure suitable employment. James M. Ross, administrator of the estate of his son, Owen Ross, has sued John S. Karr in the Circuit Court of Cabell county, for ten thousand dollars damages. L. I). Ishbell and (Jordon O’Uierne are the attorneys. Wiley flatten, Esq., presented this office last Thursday with a half dozen as fine peaches as one sees in California or any other state and they were raised right here in this neigh borhood. They measured inches in circumference. Mr. Jske Emerick, a brakeman on the N. A W, who has beeu making his home at this place for the past nine months, resigned his position on Monday, and re turned to his home at Waverly, Ohio. Mr. Emerick is one of the well-liked boys. — n i The Core-Carl isle Theatrical Co., which has been organizing at this place for the past mouth, leaves today on their northern tour. They expect to return and put on their latest plays in the Wright Bros. Opera House, Sept. 1. I ROBBERS VISIT TRE VIRGINIA HOTEL And Carry off Clothing and Othar Articlts to tho Amount off Sov oral Hundrod Dollars. — Robbers got in their work at the \ irginia House, about three o’clock Iasi I hursday morning and carried off clothing, niouey and jewelry to the amount of several hundred *dol , lars. 1'hey entered the hotel through the hall door on the second floor, and thus reached the rooms occupied j by lht* transient guests ami the “regular hoarders.” Ail the rooms that were left un locked, were burglarized, ami not one i^crson in the building was awakened. Among those who were robbed of their clothing, etc., were the following named persons; Landlord Lambert, Ash'l Lambert, J uo. McCoy, Chas. O. Reach aud the Messrs Montituer aud Earle, the two latter being members ot the Core—Carl isle Theatrical Co. Mr* Eaile lost a set-riug val ued at *500. besides *20 iu money aud two suits of clothes. The others lost their clothes aud sur plus change. I.ATKK. I wo persons were arrested at Cat lettsburg and brought to this place by Sergeant J. O. Marcum yesterday evening. Some of the clothing iii their possession was identified as being that stolen from the Virginia House. — ' --- — Largt Fish. Mr. Oliver Fuller, of the Mouth of \\ bites Creek, semis us a note stating that .loe Lett, who lives about three miles above Whites Creek I*. ()., this county, caught a mud cat fish the 2*Jd inst. that was four and otic-hall feet long ami measured fourteen inches across the head, it w eighed eighty-four pounds There were two other large flsh caught there this season that weighed tifty-six pounds, each. Died. Mrs. Ilirain Randan died last Saturday of paralysis, aged about 20 yrs. 1 he deceased, fonneily Miss Fan nie Spears, was mairied a year or so ago. About ten days ago a child v\as born to her. The body was taken to Boyd county, Ky., near ( atletlsburg, and buried, Sunday afternoon. Pittsburu Goal. I bore is no belter coal for domes tic us<* than Pittsburg coal. It is free of slate and sulphur and burns up clean. I he Keuova Transfer Co. have a very large supply of it and will deliver it in Kenova or 1'credo at nine cents a bushel or *2. 2f> a ton. Orders by postal card or telephone will have prompt at tention. I . W. Reynolds, of Monongah, ! VV. Ya., has accepted the position | of trainmaster of the Camden Inter State Railway Company and assumed his duties this morning. He is an ! affable gentleman and has for a number of years been trainmaster on the Monongahela River Railway. Miss Harman of Fairmont, this State, has accepted a position as stenographer tor the railway com pany.—Huntington Advertiser. J. II. Marcum, Commissioner of I School Lands for this county, has a | large number of tracts of land adver tised in this issue. Mr. Marcum is making a splendid record as Com missioner of School Lands. He is diligent in looking up these delin quent and unappropriated lands and has turned more money into th? hands of the Sheriff than any Com missioner for many, many years. All the parties wnorn we mentioned last week as having been arrested on peace warrants sworn out by Ex Senator Garrettt, gave )>ond to an swer an indictment, except Frank DeFoe and he did not appear for trial last Thursday. Misses Mary Wright, Nellie Os good, Sue Minter and Anna Black, of Ceredo, accompanied by Paul Adkins, were in attendance at the ( lyffeside Casino last evening.— Saturday's (’atlettsburg Press. - —. M r. Jos. IF. I fatten brought to , this office and presented to the editor last week a quantity of Siberian Crab Apples. They were as nice as we ever saw and the gift was highly appreciated. •—-- - Quarterly conference will be held at the Kenova M. E. church next Friday evening. Quarterly meeting I Sunday following. Presiding Elder J. W. Bedford will be present. —-— « • —— Read I he ( 'ommissioner’s Sale of Real Estate, for which B. F. Enslow and II. C. Duncan, Jr., are Special Commissioners, in this issue. Mr- John R. Rife was at home, Monday. Fir* at Ashland. This rooming at 3:50 the fire alarm of Ashland was sounded for the second ward, but it was found that it was in the third ward, which | delayed the fire company some nu - nient* from getting on ihe scene. When they arrived the Haines had made good headway, the restaurant between Kelley’s saloon and Lewis* restaurant, w here the fire started, whs completely enveloped and de stroyed. Later the naloou caught fire and was also destroyed. The second story of Mr. Lewis* residence was damaged, and Mrs. Ia?wis, w ho became excited, jumped from the second story window, and in falling broke her arm and sustain ed other injuries. The fire company worked heroic ally and deserves credit for their good work.—Catlett si* urg Press, Aug. 22. The Mr. 1 a?wis, of whom reference is made above, is Charles Lewis, formerly ef this place. Grand Army Encampment. For the thirty-fifth annual encamp ment of the U. A. K. at Cleveland, Ohio, September lOte to 14th, 1901, the C. *t t> will sell tickets from Huntington to Cleveland and return. Sept. 8th, 9th, 10th, llihand 12th at rati* of $5.80 for t^e round trip. Tickets will be good returning until Sept. 16th, but by depositing ticket and paying a fee of 60 cents, ticket will be extended until Oct. 8th. There are four trains daily out of Cincinnati for Cleveland. By tak. ing the C. Sc O. Ry. you will make • i ect connections in Cincinnati with through trains. No omnibus trans fer via this route. For further information address your nearest ticket agent, or, Titos. A. Gakrigan, S. K. P. A., Huntington, W. V”. A. Mrs. G. B. II. Tyree returned I from Kffie P. ()., this county, la**t week, where she had been \ isiting home folks for several weeks. She i left her mother and sister May «juite sick with typhoid fever, but was obliged to return home on account of the sickness of her husband. G. \\ . Grubb died at his home just south of Cctitrul City last Sun day of typhoid fever, aged about 40 j years. The remains were interred in the Huxham cemetery. The de ceased was a brother-in-law of Mr. N\ iley liattcn, who lives near this place. Fifty or more Sir Knights took dinner at the Glen wood Hotel at Kenova last Monday. They came by sp< cial car from Parkersburg o\er the Ohio River branch of the B. «fc O. R. U. and were en route to Louisville. Mr. G. B. 11. Tyree, who is now a traveling salesman, came home last Thursday quite sick. He is now improving, but will probably not be able to go “on the road” again foi several days. Governor A. B. White and Ex Govcrnor G. \V . Atkimon passed through town Monday on C. tfc (). No. :t, en route to Louisville, Ky., to attend tin; triennial conclave of Knights Templer. Rev. II. Stone of Walen, Ohio, who is visiting relatives in this com munity, is conducting nightly meet ings iu the Baptist church, lie is a zealous worker in the Master’s cause. Mr. J. P. Rch, of the Columbia Purnp Co , was here from Kenova, Monday,transacting business. While in town he favored this office with a pleasant call. Mr. G. B. MeClintock, the genial representative of the CatletUburg Daily Press, was a pleasant caller a our office yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Fields and two children, of Ashland, Ky., were guests of J. R. Cieske and wife last Sunday. Another strong Fire Insurance Co. has l»cen added to the Me Dougs I Agency—The American, of Boston, Mass. It commenced business in 1818. --- - - — We noticed Mr. and Mrs. Floyd S. Chapman and Mr. K. M. Campbell on a west-bound electric car last Fri day evening. Mr. Robert Cameron came down from Huntington last Saturday even ing and spent an hour or two with friends. Attorney H. C. Duncan, Jr., of Huntington, made the Ai>van< k of fice a brief call yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Jenkins are ▼isiting the Ohio State Fair at Col umbus. Ex-Deputy Sheriff G. M. Johnson is in town collecting taxes. The editor made a business trip to Charleston, Monday. Wdune Counm ParmeiV Insuuiie. Ki>itok Ckkkdu Advanck:—The NN ay tie County Farmers* Institute hi la at Spurlock Memorial church, on Wilson's ( reek, August 21st suit -•Jit, 1UU1, was largely attended by ibe larmers and was a wide-a wake and piodtable meeting. The lusti tute was called to order by President NV . 1». Garretl, w ho delivered an excellent address. We then listen ed to addresses by Missrs. George ami biiilivun, vouduetors ol the Institute. A lively and eniliusiaaiie interest manifested itselt in the In ginning ol tne Institute which in creased lo its very close, and wi were truly sorry wtieu tne time cauie to adjoinu. k. W . Ferguson gave us an excel lent talk upon "llow to Kcduce fcx pi uses and luertase Production,*’ alter which the Institute engaged m a lively discussion. 1 he President ilien appointed a Committee on Kesol litmus, consisting ol C. W. rergusou, K. A. Buckingham amt la e >. L>iok. Ihe iustitute then adjourned tor dm her and a sumptuous least was served upon Hie grass, under tile beauti 1 ui shade trees in the church yard. So ends the first half day. It 1 shouul attempt to report the entire work of the Institute it would, probably, take up too much space. 1 think it would have paid evcr\ tanner in Wayne county lor Ins two days attendance upou the Institute to listen to the address of Mr. James George upon “The Cultivation ol Indian (Join,'' delivered Thursday morning. Our worthy instructors, George and Sullixau, left us about - o’clock p in. Thursday, but we went on with the Institute. All dav j Thursday the Pine Knot Brass Band ! cheered ns, at intervals, with excel-j i' lli* music. c*o wc passed me uav, pleasantly ami profitably. When next year’s Institute comes let every one engaged m the noble calling o*t agriculture, attend. If you come tlie first day ! think you w ill be so interested and benefited that you will gladly remain the second. We were truly sorry that our esteemed obi friend (J. W. Ferguson could not be with us on Thursday, on ac count of bad health. Hv request the President placed Mrs. fcra G . Bur gess on tfie Committee on Resolu tions. Lkk S. Dick. UKI’OHT OK TUK COMM ITTKK. T 1 o the \\ ayne County Farmers’ I ustiluie: We, your Committee on Resolu tions, beg leave to submit the fol lowing: Resolved, 1 . That we appreciate the wisdom of our government in adding the Secretary of Agriculture to the list of Cabinet officers. Resolved, ’J. Thai we commend the Agricultural Department in securing the services of such able and worth) men as James George and D. M. Sullivan to instruct our Farmers’ Institute. Resolved, 3. Tb v »jhly ap preciate the int*r»s csted in Institute work b t officers, President W. B. Garrett, Vice President Walter <)sburue and Secre tary J. K. McClure, and recommend that they be re-elected for the fol lowing year. Resolved, 1. That we appreciate the wisdom of the committee to-wit, G. G. Burgess, G. \\ . Moore and W. B. < Jarrett for selecting this place for bolding this Institute. Resolved, 5. That we tender our thanks to the Pine Knot Baud for music furnished the Institute. Resolved, 0. That wc thank the people of this community for the excellent way in which they have entertained this Institute. Resolved, 7. That w’e thank each one who has contributed something to the interest and profit of this Farmers’ Institute. Respeetf ully, Kka G. Bi koksm, j p- A. Bickim.mam, Committee. k S. Dick, ) If the action of your bowels is not easy and repular serious com plications must be the final result. DeWitt’s Little Farly Risers will remove the dauger. 8afe, pleasant and effective. VV. M. Bloss, Cere do; R. N. Williams, Keuova. ’Sijiiire.!. 11. Larnln-rt, of Kenova, was in town last Saturday. Kod I Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. Itartlflrlally digests the fw»d and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. 11 is the latest d'.scovered d igest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach It In efficiency. It In stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache,Oastralgia.f 'ramps and al lot her results of I m per feet digest Ion. Prlri> WV-. and II. I^erye el*e contains time* KOM.iKlxe. Jfcjolt all aboutdjrapepela mailed free Prepared by C. C. DeWITT A CO.. Chicago. Wg M. Bloss, Ceredo, W. Va. | R. N. William s, Keuova, W. Va. Mexican Mustang Liniment for horse ailments, for cattle ailments, for sheep ailments. Tb° most sensible thing to do when suffering from Bruises or Cuts is to trout tho wound with Mexican Mustang Liniment, because it is noted for its ability to drivo out sore ness Hiul inflammation, after which it heals tho damaged flesh in a remarkably short space of time. for open wound* i*<v*k a rloth with tho liniment •ad bind on the nanin an jrou would n imulUoe. k'or other buru Apply froely aud rub It well lu. For MAN, IIKAST or l*OULTRY. Mexican Mustang Liniment is a suro remedy for curing Sculy Legs among poultry. 'V. R. DILLARD, —■<••«$SUCCESSOR TOF-o*— DILLARD &, HARMON. 914 3rd Ave., Huntington, W. Va. bigdTssolutionsale NOW ON HAND: I am Selling Goods at a -— BIG SACRIFICE—■ - To make room for Fall Stock. All Summer Goods at a Big Reduc tion, such as competitors can not touch. wmmm oi4 third avenue. Gome to Our Bio store Aa<l secure what you need. We guarantee all who deal with us to get the worth of their money. We deal in I)ry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Queens* ware, Glassware, Hardware, Notions, Groceries and Furniture. We keep anything to be found in a first-class General Store. Goods delivered Free. Wright Bros. cewee1?va. Cl as Stoves! When you are ready to purchase Gas Heating Stoves and Ranges you will find a NICE STOCK at C. W. PETERS’ Store, at Kenova, W. Ya. Prices guaranteed AS LOW AS TIIE LOWEST. Mr. Peters will give esti mates on piping houses. He also has on hand a complete line of Heating and Cooking Stoves of all kinds, as well as Glassware, Queens ware, etc. j !l I KILGORE. BHBOKUMI BURIAL GASES AND GASKSTS Of nil Sizes, In Stock. HEARSE Subject to order. Stock Kept in building on cor ner of B and Kast Third Street Ceredo, W. Va. Business represented by R, W« STEWART. All orders promptly attended to.