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When it becomes necessary to i sit up in bed to get your breath; L when the least exertion such as j walking, sweeping, singing, talking or going wp and down stairs, causes shortness of breath, fluttering or palpitation; then it is time to do something to brace up and strengthen your failing heart. Take Dr. Miles’ Heart Cure. It is best of all. i “My wife was eo bad with heart disease that she could hardly breathe, aud oC<a.*u had to be propped up iu bed all night. Our doctors did not help her so she began taking Dr. Miles’ Heart Cure and was soon all right.” Ch.akl.ks Spencer, Beynoldsville, Pa. Dr. Miles’ Heart Core stimulates the digestion, in creases the circulation and | makes weak hearts strong, j k Sold by druggists on guarantee. m Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. The Ceredo Advance. Eutered at the pont-offlce at t'eredo, W. Va. as xecnnd clan* matter Wednesday, October lit, 11M>1. f ••“Patroaa ot tills paper wtll pIohn*< send to this nfflee notices of tbelr friends vlsltlna here or e.sewhere.— Ed.1 y 1 ■' ... LOCAL NEWS. Miss Frankie Utnahraer visited Syracuse, Ohio, last Sunday. Mrs. .1. (). Yates, of I ronton, Ohio, visited Ceredo last week. Kav Wright, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wright, has the diphtheria. Quite a number of our citizens took in the excursion to Parkers burg last Sunday. • Mrs. Sophia Sturgill, of Ironton, Ohio, has been visiting friends here 1 for the past few days. — • — A number of new side walks have been built in town within the past few days. Ami more are needed. C. II. Hippie reports an excellent tirna at Parkersburg last week where the Grand Lodge, K. of P.,was held. Mrs. M. Spurlock is having her dwelling re-painted. Dan Wright I * *• has the contract for doing the work. Pay up your subscription and have your name enrolled on our “Roll of Honor.” We will probably publish it next week. Read the new advertisement of Broh Bros in this impression. That firm carries a tremendous stock and their prices are right. The interesting communication of Prof. O’Brien and the lengthy “Or der of Publication” take up a good deal of our space this week. Our reader* are promised more letters from the versatile pen of Prof. C. W. O’Brien, .an instructor in the far away Philippines. Mr. J. W. Collier has accepted a position with the Standard Lumber Co. at Huntington. He hoards at [home, owing to the convenience of the Camden Inter-State R’y line. Mrs. C. A. Wright was called to Syracuse, Ohio, last week, on ac count of the serious illness of her grandmother—Mrs. Sarah ('oilier , She returned home Sunday evening and states that Mrs. Collier is better. Mr. Milton A. Smith took advan tage of the excursion and came down from Parkersburg last Sunday even ing to see his Ceredo friends. He says he likes to live in the city at i the mouth of the raging Kanawha. Our schools are making a nice start. We believe Prof. Kimler will prove the right man in the proper j>osition. There are some necessary improvements needed in outbuildings which no doubt the Board will make in the near future. A new remedy for biliousness is now on sale at the drug stores of W. M. Bloss, Ceredo, and R. N Williams, Kenova. It is called Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack if giveu as soon as the first indication of the disease appears. Price, 25 cents |>er box. Samples free. Wayne Gouniy Some Pumpkins. Wayne county farmers capture*! all the prizes offered by Sam Gideon of Huntington, last week for large pumpkins. Ex-Sheriff H. Booth won the tirst prixe, a $ 15,00 suit of clothes; B F Drown the second prize, a *10 suit, and Jeff Drown the third prize, a $5 00 hat. Hurrah for Wayne! • • ’Squire J. 11. Lamliert has resigned as one of the Directors ot the Keno va Loan A Trust Co. Mr. l.amhcrt was an efficient Director ami got along admirably with the officers of the l>ank, but on account of the position interfering with the office of Justice of the Peace, which he holds, he thought it best to tender his resignation. 0. M. Phelps, Forssldale, Yt.. says his child whs completely cured of a had case of ecz^ms by the use of DeWitt's Witch Ilszel Salve. Beware of nil counterfeits. It in* stautly relieves pileg. \V. M Bloss, Ceredo; R. N. W illiams, Keuova. Mr. Felix Flancry returned from Kentucky last Wednesday, where he had gone on business. While there he was quite sick and sent for his wife, but he was not so dangerous as he thought and is now all right— which we are glad to be able to stale. Mr. M.Thacker, of Whites Creek, and one of Wayne county’s substan tial farmers, called last Friday and renewed his subscription to the Ad vance. He is one of our cash in advance patrons. We wish we had a thousand more like hitn. The excitement incident to trav eling aud chauge of food and water often brings on Diarrhoea, and for this reason no one should leave home without a bottle of Chamber lain’s Colic,Cholpra and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by W. M. RIops, Ceredo, aud R. xs. Williams, Ken ova. — ■ ^ m Link Patterson, son of Robert Patterson, was severely hurt last Saturday about the head on account of running against a fan, while work ing at the K. W. Kennedy Co.’s mills. Mr. Thomas Reynolds, Train Master of the Camden Inter-State R’y Co , made this office a brief call last Friday. He is a very pleasant gentleman. Mr. John K. Scagg*, of Charles ton. passed through town last Friday evening, en route to Virginia on business. John is looking very natural. Attorney Raker, ex-Mayor ol Central City, made the Am antk office a peasant call yesterday. Cincinnati's Paiacc. The Palace Hotel, Sixth and Vine and College Streets, Cincinnati, isa gem in the way of service at rates, *2.00 and *2.50, or *3.00 with bath, per day on the American plan, or *2.00 upwards, European plan. The cuisine at this hotel is all that could be asked, as everything the market offords is found upon its tables, appcti/.ingly and whole somely prepared, and the service is enimently pleasing in every detail— good cheer, good humor and good health go hand in hand. A cheerful framj of mind is impossible unless the proper conditions prevail. And then, the other features of the Palace which should not escape attention are, perfect security from fire ar.d ventilation which realy ventilates. Huests at the Palace find no element lac king to make life away from home enjoyable. Service. Smiles, Sanitation, Sunshine—the brightest, busiest spot in town, famous for good cheer. So rival at rates. ■ swim unit The Advance One Year and a Splendid High-Arm Sewing Machine for Only ®20. Our Special Offer, which expired on .July 1st, has been extended until Sept. 1st, or until the remain der of this purchase of machines are disposed of. This Special Offer— the Advance one year and a Splendid High-Arm Sewing Machine for only ♦20.00, should be accepted by every person who is in need of a first-class ma chine. The machine we offer coutains seven draw ers, is the latest improved and is warranted to give entire satisfaction. A full set of attachments goes “T"' None Beuer Than Our Street Gars. 1 he t iuciunaii Enquirer of recent date contained the folllowiug: A. Andrews, Huntington, W . \ a., of the < 'amden Inter-State Electric Line from Cuyamtotte, \V. \a., to Hanging Kock, Ohio, two and a half miles lieyoud irouton, via l'atleit«hurg ami Ashland, Ken tucky, a distance of twenty-four miles, is at the Emery. “ 1 here is not as well an equipped electric line in your city or suite as ours, w ith its ninety-pound rails ami cars fitly feel long, with seating ca pacity tor ninety persons, to say nothing of standing room,” said Mr. Andrews, “with service every fifteen minutes and a schedule speed ol forty miles an hour. The popu lation along the line averages 0,000 to ibe mile. We will go into the treight business in a few mouths.” Dr. T.~W. Moored~ Practice Limited to the Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat. Phone 155,Huntington, W. Va. f- ♦•••-— Goes Like Hot Cukes. “The fastest selling article in my store,” writes druggist C. T. Smith, of Davis, Kv.* “is Dr. King’s New Discovery for Cnu sumptiou. Coughs aud* Colds, be cause it always cures. In my six years of sales it has never failed I have known it to save sufferers from Throat aud Lung diabases, who could get uo help from doc tors or any other remedy.” Moth ers rely on it, best physicians pre scribe it, aud W. M. Tfloss guaran tees satisfaction or refunds price. Trial bottles free. Regulur sizes, 50c and *1. — Boys will be boys, but lueu ought to be meu. If Ik Life in Peril. “I just seemed to have gone all to pieces,” writes Alfred Bee, of Welfare, Tex., “biliousuess and a lame back had made life a burden. I couldn’t eat or sleep and felt al most too worn out to work when I began to use Electric Bitters, but they worked wonders. Now I sleep like a top, can eat anything, have gained in strength and enjoy hard work.” They give vigorous health aud uew life to weak, sickly, run-down people. Try them. Only oOe at M . M. B loss’s drug hi on . S"me people’s conscience is a mocking bird. Am«*riCH*M Famous Beauties Look with horror on Skin Erup tions, Blotches, Sores, Pimples. They don’t have them, nor will anyone, w ho uses Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. It glorifies thp face. Ec zema or Salt Rheum vanish before it. It cures sore lips, chapped hands, chilblains. Infallible for Piles. 2£>c at W. M. Bloss's drug store. The only way—honesty. Out of Death’s .Jaws. “When death seemed very n«-ar from a severe stomach and liver trouble, that I had mfTered with for years,” writes P. Muse, Dur ham, N. 0., Dr. King’s New Life Pills saved my life and gave per fect health.” Best pills on earth, ! and only 2oc at W. M. Bloss’s drug store. —■■ ♦ -— Rudeness is ignorance. HANAN & SON’S FINE FOOT WEAR. NONE BETTER MADE. The Leader of Styles and Quality. A little higher price than cheaper grades, but worth the money. “SOLE AGENTS IN HUNTINGTON FOR DREW, SELBY & CO.’S LADIES’ FINE FOOT WEAR. A world wide reputation, and deservedly so, as they are thoroughly reliable makers oi well fitting Ladies’ Shoes. Sole Agents in Huntington for the famous Budd’s Shoe for Children. Have no others for the liudd’s Is for economy. BHOH It It OS., The One Price Clothiers and Shoe Men. 2-LARBE- q STORE ROOMS^ Corner 3d Ave. and Oth Street, 1 HUNTINGTON, W. VA. huni-Holt. A wedding of more than local interest whs solemnised at noon yesterday in ^t Luke's Protestant Kpisoopal Church, w hen Miss Gene ' ra Holt, daughter of the late John Holt, of charleston, \V Ya.. wa quietly married to Mr George Hunt son of the late Dr. William Hunt, who w as one of Philadelphia’s most noted surgeons. Although Miss Holt's home is in West Virginia si e J -pent some time here several years ago in the Training School* for Nurses of the Pennsylvania Hospital. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Hunt will reside at 1 :<oo Spruce street.— Philadelphia Public Ledger. Miss llolt formerly lived at Cere* do and her many friends in this community w ill be pleased to kn« w ihat the one who will journey down life’s stream with her is in every way worthy of his beautiful bride. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dickerson, Mrs. M. J. Pogue and Mrs. John Nash attended the Ohio conference of the A. M. K. church at Iroiitou last week. Attorney Millard Tyree, of Cin nati, stopped here the latter part of last week to see relatives, having been to Gallipolis, Ohio, on busi ness. —- — Rev. George Gadsby and Architect J. K. ( iieske attended the opening of the V. M. C. A building at Ash land, Ky , Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Saunders, Mrs. Geo. Wright and Miss Mary W right visited Pomeroy, Ohio, last Sunday. Pit tsburg Coal. There is no better coal for domes tic use than Pittsburg coal. It is free of slate and sulphur and burns up clean. The Iveuova Transfer Co. have a very large supply of it and will deliver it in Kenova or ('credo at nine cents a bushel or 42.25 a ton. Orders by postal card or telephone will have prompt at tention. NO. 4770. REPORT OF THE CONDITION -OK T" K First National Hank OF CEREDO. In t1>« Mom* of We*t Virginia, hi t lie clone of IiuhIucmH, Hept. 30. 1H0I RKHOITKCEH. I^»an* and dlRcouut* |1(1 (fverilrafl*. aeeured Hint unsecured 37 71 I' M. Rond* to *«*cure circulation 12,54)0(21 Premium* on U H |)<>ndH 202 (jo Htock*, »eciirU ««, eic. M,.5on ou Bankin* Iioiihc furniture nnd fix ture* 12 000 00 IM»c from Mate tmuk* nnd hanker* 12(1 OK I mi** from approved reserve iiaent* 50,(010 2* Nolen ol otb* r National limik* Hull (io Fractional paper cmrency, nickel*, Mud cent* 30 01 Specie 1,400 00 l*uinl lender note* 3,500 00 Redemption fund with tJ. H. Treaa’r (6 per cent of circulation) S25 00 ToUl, 91*12,021 OK I.IAB) I.ITIEH. ( apit*I Mock paid iu 9.0,000 (Ml Hurpiu* land . ■<»■ 00 Undivided profit*, I*** expennew and (axe* paid 2,371 13 NhIIoiimI itunk Note* outatandlnK 12.500 00 Due to other Nat tonal Bank* 5.931 oo Dividend* utifiald 25H 0 I ndlvldual depoNlt*, nnhjert to check 43,231 4!* Demand certlflcMle* of depoint. 15,003 95 Time certificate* of depo*it 2K.K79 41 i Total, IlfU.IKD MR Rtatk ok Went Vikoinia, County of Wayne, K*. I, I/ml« Prichard, faahler of the above named bank, do Molemnly awear thHt the »ta>ve nlatement I* true to the beat of my k nowledice and oellef. liOCiH Prick a Kt>, Caahler. Kut*acrlt»ed and sworn to before rue thla ath day of Oct., IHo| Wayne Pkhockon, N. P. Correct—A tteat: S. Fi/iym Hoarii, ) Pitt Hoard, , Director*. W. M. Bi.orr. ) Mexican Mu5tang Liniment is excellent for Khcumutisiu ami all dee|vseated pains. For Sprains and Strains It I* uaeles* t<> apply a liniment that rem*ina on or near the aurfartv On the «*ontrnry, they require noniethlug thut goe* down into the limit where the trouble i« i,* cated. That la why Mexican Mustang Liniment i* the lewt thing to uao for Sprain* and Strain*. It. j>en etrate* at onoe to where the injury Jim. drive* out th * intlaiuniation and heal* the wounded tianue* mim! tendon* Ihin’t lie atingy in uaiug the liniment nor fall to rub it iu a* thoroughly aa the aomu— will |iermit. Mexican Mustang Liniment is a good tiling to have on hand whim accidont.s happen. WMi II lh 1*01*11.Alt. The CheaapeHke A Oliloleada*l|coiu|telt toiH in wifely ukI luxury of railway travel. Iihtrack In laid with 7 w pound aiecl tmiin. lie hridgea are uew and built of Iron. Ita road • km I in a model of ... and ahllly. I In entire equipment In new Hint modern. ItN lil.tok Sy»ten» tiaa been completed. Ail I in Hi rough I rut iin are ve»tl lulled All ItN through tralua are nettled with Nteaiu. All 11a through tralua Hre lighted wltn electricity. Ita lltniled tralua are the liandaoiw*Mt and heat equipped running between the KhnI Mini the Weal. Ita Khiuoiih h. K. V. Limited rutiN aolid tie tween t'IneimiHii, WHahtugiou him! New lork.wlih Pul I in an Hhepera to Mad from I Lexingion anil Loutavnle. Ila new WHHhlngtou an.I St. LnuU Limit- I ed runaHolld between t'liielnnall and Wa*ti* Ington with Puil moil Sleepera to miiU from ItullaiiHpoIlM and Ht. Louie. Ii« dining care run through between Cin cinnati, WHHhtngfoii, Hh III im>ri, linilladel phlHHiul New York, and the aervire la un NUrpMMNl. It hHM a complete new Pullmnu veal I bn led equipment, unequalled on any line In Aiuerl a. It In the only line between the Weal and tlie National Capital equipped hh above. It ruua through the grHiideai iiioihiIhIii, river and ration acenery enat of the Rooky moautMliiN. It reaei ea more poIntMof niaiorW* InlereHt than any other llue In America. It reaebea the great ball letlelda of Virgin* la. It reacheM the great coal and Iron flelda of the VlrglnlaiiN It reachea I he great cltlea of tl>« Baal and the WeMt. It reHchea llie place von wlah to reach. It la the toad for you to take. A RARE OPPORTUNITY! ....GIVEN AWAY.... I (EIGHT IN NUMBER) KIM'S MIMMIHI nils (TWELVE IN NUMBER) ikricin mi m co s iimnois 11 ms TWELVE IN NUMBER) 6 A reproduction from each of the above famous sets of beau tin I pictures will be given away with every copy of the Sunday Commercial Tribune. Eacli series alternates with the other, and, in order to get them complete, subscribe at once—25c a month, $1.25 for six months—for the Sunday Commercial Tribune. That you may be convinced, send 5c for sample copy. We feel satisfied that it will please you and that you will want the entire senes. The Commercial Tribune co. CINCINNATI, OHIO. I BUY A FARMI Farms for Sale. We leave THIRTEEN FARMS FOR HALE, all in v\ ay in* county. vV. Va., none of which I* more than lifteeu mile* from tint Otdo river. Them# larutu contain from 12 to Inn acre* ami ran if i* In price from At** to 91.MMI. Ka«-% of the*e l.*rm» lwith> prohmhlv one or two etecep timiM ■ Ira* «»n It a dwelMatf, hunt anil nrctmsril. " 111 1m* not it for caMh or on payment* to milt purchaMrr. For flirtlilirr particular* call on or twkrtreiiH T. T. MeIfciuirai.Crri*ili>v W. Va., or J. M. Falt er. Shomte. W. Va. |ln i wrtMiilllii|f the Wl named ifirmtlenMii'* plea Me ua'r that you noticed thin .«lmtM nient in ttoe Apvanck.) BUY A FARMI UpliolMteniiE. I have opened an upholstering establishment in the old C. ik (5 depot building, on Main Street Cerr-do, W. Va., where I am pre pared to do anything in mv line at the lowest price*, and on short no tice. 1 keep a tul) line of picture frarrhe moulding*, drawer pulls, can* tors anti nil kinds of furniture hard ware. Furniture repured and vnr nisbed. Give me a call. WM. M. McCALLEN.