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—XVII ChREDO* WAYNE CO,, W. VA«» WEDNESDAY* MARCH 12, 1902. NUMBER 15 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CARDS, j -■-.,__■__ _ _ __ I J. R. GIESKE, Architect, Ceredo, W. Va. Office at Hoard Brick. J. H. MEEK, ATTORNEY AT L4W, WAYNE. W. VA. Will practice In Wayne and adjoining eonntiea. J * W. W. MARCUM, Attorney-at- Law, Chrkdo, YV. Va. Will practice In all the courts of W. Va Boyd and Lawrence county. Ky . ••“Wayne county visitor* cordially invited. 1 DANIEL WRIOllT, Painter I Paper Hanger Ceredo, W. Va. Ml-Work done In the best style and at reasonable prices. Paints and Wall Paper for sale. 4 f W. H. ADKINS, THE BARBER, GUARANTEES HIS WORK 10 ODE [OUSE MK1I00. Go to his shop and get a clean shave and a nice hair cut and you will look ten year* younger. THE StOt SHOW JOS. HELSTERN, Prop’r. . FINE WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS. The oldest Saloon in Huutiugton. 930 Third Avenue, HUNTINGTON, - WEST VA. JOHN W. DILLON, Catlettsburg, - - Kentucky, Sells Henry Diston & Son’s SAWS, GUMMERS And Swages, and is agent for the ^Apitman & Taylor Manufac turingCo., and the Queen of the South GRIST MILLS And Mill Supplies. ESTABLISHED IN 1878. THE HUNTINGTON THEATRE. HUNTINGTON, WEST VA. All A ext Heck Tlie Himmelinc Popular Prices. Curtain* rise promptly at 8:30, Kaatern time. Street oara wait until after the perform ance for Ceredo and Keuova people. Town of Ceredo. CITIZENS’ TICKET. — For Mayor, A. G. Brown, of Ceredo. For Recorder, Wayne Ferguson, ot Ceredo. For Couocilmeu, Root. Wright, Jr., cf Ceredo. S. Floyd Hoard, of Ceredo. A. U. Daniels, of Ceredo. Joe Davis, of Ceredo. Lewis Frasher, of Ceredo. Town of Ceredo. PEOPLE’S TICKET. For Mayor, K. M. Johnson, of Ceredo. For Recorder, C. W. Thomson, of Ceredo. For Council men, John Irby, of Ceredo. Strother Mays, of Ceredo. of Ceredo. of Ceredo. of Ceredo. I, W. B. Ferguson, Recorder of the town of Ceredo, do hereby certify that the foregoing in a true copy of the ticket according to the nominations made by the Citizens’ and People’s Party of said town, (liven under my hand this 3rd day of March, 190*2. W. B. Ferguson, Recorder. Independent School District of Oeredo, W. Va. CITIZENS’ TICKET. For Member of the School Board, Daniel Wright, of Ceredo. I, VV. B. Ferguson, Secretary of the Board of Education of the Independent School District of Ceredo, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the ticket according to the nomina tion made by the Citizens* conven tion of said district. Given under my hand this 3d day of March, 1902. W. B. Ferguson, _ Sec’y B. of K, Western Emiorants _ AND— Home Seekers. If you are contemplating a trip to the great agricultural districts of the West, Northwest or Southwest, von will find it to your interest to write to the undersigned for the lowest rates. He Will Save You Money and send you by the most direct routes with no midnight changes of ears or omnibus transfers. Very low emigrant and colonists rates in effect every day during the months of March and April to points in South Dakota - Montana - Utah Idaho - Oregon and Washington. W rite for lull information. One cent spent in a postal card may be the means of saving you several dollars. No trouble to answer all questions, and all letters will re ceive prompt attention. T. A. G A It III GAN, S. E. Pass. Agt., HUNTINGTON, WEST VA. T. T. M’DOUOAL, NOT.4R Y PUBLIC, “Advance” Office, CEREDO, - . W. VA. Special attention given to the preparation ot Pension Papers Bring your certificates. The Pension Office at Wawhing ington is now using a machine that moistens and seals 75,000 envelopes in a day. Now is a good time to place your advertising in the Advance. WOMANS RELIEF! A really healthy woman has lit- I tie pain or discomfort at the I menstrual period. No woman I needs to Imvo any. Wine of ■ Cardui w ill quickly relievo those I smarting menstrual pains and a the dragging head, back and! side aches caused by falling ofl the womb and irrogular menses. ■ WlHECARDUl) has brought permanent relief to I 1,000,000 women who suffered I month. It makes the men-1 strual organs strong and healthy. ■ It is the provision made by Na- B turn to give women relief from! the terrihlo aches and pains which ■ blight so many homes. M ! a , » , OnwWOOB, La., Out. 14, 1800. \ I T i.>0' n '>'vry Hick ,or «‘-mc time. 9 ■ I wa* talruri with h Severn pain in mv 3 I l ltt |C°md n; fJfot *ny relief i.nttf @ ■ f,VV l«leof , no of Cardui. He- a M :°fr« f *«k*n of it I wn» relieve 1 1 Mhs. M. A. Yooirr, h ■ For a/H-Wand lltrmtnrA. m-~.n I ■ Chattanooga Medicine Co., I'haUary->k».Term. 9 _ I.’i i.i h against the use of intoxi cants l»y railroad employes, from , o fTicials to section men, now being enforced by the Monon, the St. Lou is and *an Francisco and the Chica go. Burlington and Quincy and several other roads, will have a tendency to reduce the number of victims i»f railroad accidents so prevalent in this country. Between overwork and the use of stimulants, on the part of railroad employe* of all grades, hundreds of human be ings are slaughtered annually and million*of dollars’ worth of property destroyed. The railroad companies are taking none too decided a stand 1 against the use of intoxicants and should they not voluntarily line themselves up on the question of overwork, legislation should make this compulsory. Human life should never be put in jeopardy by press of traffic nor the prosperity of the road be made to serve as a danger signal to the the public.—Rough Notes. Look Attor The Bous. REV. A. E. DUNNING. I had once in my Sunday School a class of boys from ten to twelve years old. They belonged to good families. Three or four years latpr they formed a club. It was secret, but they said that they had organized it for intellectual and moral improvement. They hired a room in which they gathered evenings. They brought in sever al boys. One of the class was appointed chaplain. After awhile it was learned that liquor was being brought into the club room. The chaplain soou withdrew. Ho is now a Christian minister. One day one of the most attractive members of the club came and confessed to me that he had been drinking, and that his parents had found it out, and he begged me to tell his mother who was almost insane with auxity, that he would never, never drink agaiu. Hut he did and went on from bad to worse till he disappeared. Frieuds of another came to aBk counsel what to do, because he had forged a check. Employees of his father told rr,e that he had made false entries in their books and defrauded them of money. An other became engaged to a charm ing girl, but she broke the engage ment because he drank, and, in a few years ho died a drunkard. None of these boys at teu years of age seemed likely to be exposed to the temptation to drink. For tlie Complexion. The complexion always suffers from biliousness or constipation. Unless the bowels are kept open the impurities from the body ap pear in the form of unsightly eruptions. DeWitt’s Little Early Kisers keep th« liver and boweh in healthy condition and remove the cause of such troubles. C. E. Hooper, Albany, (ia., says: “I took I)mWitt’s Little Early Kisers for biliousness. They were just what I needed. 1 am feeling bet ter now than in years.” Never gripe or distress. Safe, thorough and gentle. The very best pil's. W. M. Kloss, (Jeredo; K. N. Wil liams, Keuova. bill From Mr. ISr.vun. MoRfiASTowN, W. Va., March 5. Before leaving Morgan town Hon. W. .1. Bryan handed to President I). 15. Purington, of the West Virginia l'niversity, a check for %-•")0 to be invested l*y the Univer sity authorities, the proceeds to go each y« ar to a student presenting the best essay on “The Science of (ioveriiinent.’ One of the banks at once took the money at six per cent. Surgeon’s Knife Not Needed. Surg**ry is no longer necessary to cure piles. DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Halve cures such cases at once, removing the necessity for dangerous, painful and expensive operations. For scalds, cuts, burns, wounds, bruises, soresand skin disease# it is unequalled. Beware of counterfeits. W. M. Bloss, Ceredo; II. N. Williams, Kenova. I'rticlicstlly Htarvlng, “After using a few bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure my wife received perfect and permanent relief from a severe and chronic case of stomach trouble.” says ,J. 11. Holley, real estate, insurance and loan agent, of Macomb, III. “Before using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she could not eat an ordinary meal without intense suffering. Bhe is now entirely cured. Several physicians and many remedies had failed to give relief.” You don’t have to diet. Eat any good food you want 'out don’t overload the stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will always digest it for you. W. M. Bloss, Ceredo; R. N. Williams, Keoova. KENOVA NEWS. Reporter. Mr. O. A. Porter, who lives near town, is on the siek list. Mr. E. F. Rideout w is in Ports mouth, Ohio, Wednesday. .1. A. Reed and wife, of Doanc, visited Kenova last Sunday. E. II. Thornburg, of Huntington, was in our burg last Friday. Mr. R. V. Stew art of Williamson, was in town Tuesday, the 4th. E. W. Reynolds, <»1' Parkersburg, ! is night baggage master at this J place. E. (iaujot. of Williamson, was registered at the (Ron wood last Monday. Napoleon B. McCloud, of (lenoa, has been granted a pension of $10. a month. J. B. Conners, Division Superin tendent of the N. *fc W., was here Wednesday. 1 here was about 75 passengers in waiting at the Union station, Wednesday. James K. Payne, of Portsmouth, O., Civil Engineer, was iu the city lust Monday. On account of the heavy snow street cars did not run Wednesday and yesterday. J. B. Utz, Chief of Police of East Radford, \ a., was in Kenova, on business, Wednesday. '/*. W. Stultr., of Roanoke, Va., Claim agent for the N. & W., was in the city, Wednesday. W. B. Morris, formerly night baggage master at the Union station, now has the day place. Mrs. Anna Sharr has gone to Portsmouth, Va., where her hus band lias a position as engineer on the Sea Board Air Line. Mr. II. 11. Bitnpson, store keeper of the tool department of the N. W. shops, lost a fine Jersey cow Wednesday night by foundering. Could Not Itreutlic. Coughs, colds, croup, grip, bron chitis, other throat and lung troubles are quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure. One Minute Cough (Jure is not a more expect orant, which gives only temporary relief. Ii. softens and, liquifies the mucous, draws out the infiama lioti ar.d removes the cause of the disease. Absolutely safe. Acts at once. “One Minute Cough Cure will do all that is claimed for it,” says Justice of the Peace, J. Q. Hood, Crosby, Miss. “My wife c.»uld not get her breath and was relieved by the first dose. It has b* en a benefit to all my family.** W. M. BIosh, Cerodo; It. N. Wil liams, Keriova. Wlm I flrn a Knight of Pythias. tieneral Joseph II. Lyon, former ly a I’ythiiti Supreme Reproseuta tive from Kansas, in responding to the question, “\V hy am I a Kniglo. of I'ythia-*?” rece.ntly give the fol lowing characteristic reply, lie was a Knight of Pythias Ix-rause he found good companionship, loyal friends, congenial work, but more than all else, because it gave him a chance to do something for humanity, lie thought he was doing the work of the Master. As hi* understood i-, Pythinnism meant the upbuilding of eharacter, t he development of the best traits of the heart, ami mind, the fostering of noble impulses, the dissemination of charity, the love of country and home. All this made men bettor, and he wav proud to be! engaged in a work of that kind.— Fraternal Record. A prohibition journal claims that fully 30,(XX),(XX) of the inhab itants of the lTnited States, or more than one-third of the entire population, are now living under prohibition, either by state law or by local option. Forty-one statesi of the forty-five are included in the numeration, either in whole or in part. Even Kentucky, in spite of its undeserved notoriety, has ninety out of its 119 counties un der the prohibition’s sway. The four excepted states are Idaha, Nevada, Ltah and Wyoming.—Ex. Bankrupt Laws. Senator Dolliver, of Iowa, is cred ited with a determination to try to get the present 1 ankruptcy law abol ished. lie gives for a reason that it makes it so easy for young men to rush into debt and then secure a discharge in bankruptcy, that many previously honest young men arc now borrowing all they can, with the purpose of appealing to the bankruptcy law in order to defraud their creditors. On moral grounds, he thinks the law should Ik; repeal ed. \\ e agree with Mr. Deliver in tho statement that the present bankrupt cy law puts a premium on dishon esty by affording no end of loopholes by which dishonorable men oau es cape paying their debts. Wo do not agree with him as to the practic al working of the law. It really tends to lesson credits instead of increas ing them. Time has been when the average merchant coul 1 goto banks and borrow money for his needs. The bankrupt law has mightily changed this. Tho large banks no longer buy commercial paper. Some still acommodate obi and well tried customers, but they are gradually withdrawing front these discounts. In the large cities, commercial pa per, except that of great corpora tions, is handled but little, a small fraction ot what was done a few years ago. In smaller places, where individual borrowers are better known, tho change is notso radical, but it is going on there. The bank ruptcy law was passed in order to help creditors, in order to secure a Federal engine of collection. It has hurt them because it makes the wav of refusing to pay and getting I a clean discharge too easy. 'l'he true foundation of credit is the degree of willingness felt l»y bankers to loan. For they in the end carry all creditors. And the bankruptcy law’ has already, in part, dried up the confidence of the bank ing world in lending money upon commercial paper and tbo distrust is increasing. The reshlt is that the banks were never so strong and never made so few losses, but the small merchant and manufacturer, honest many times suffering the same as the dishonest, is finding the sources of credit closed and is going out of business or being absorbed into larger concerns of established capital and credit. We have no idea that the present j bankruptcy law' will he abolished or seriously changed. We believe | that in some regard it is serving a I good purpose, but a very different one from what was anticipated by some of those who expected much from it. — boston Advertiser. l>ar»fj«T of C»I<1m anil l.o Orinpo. 'l l"’ greatest danger from colds and la grippe im tbair resulting in pneumonia. Tf reasonable care is I used, however, and Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy taken, all danger will be avoided. Among the tens ! of thousands who have used this remedy for these diseases, we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia, which , shows conclusively that it is acer- ■ tain preventive of that dangerous malady. It will cure a cold or an attack of la grippe in less timd* than any other treatment. It is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by W. M. Rloss, Ceredo; R. N. Williams, Kenova. Woah $1.00 a Year Itselt. ’I he hnndnome Id page supple* metit, which will go to our sub cribers every month is worth a dollar a year itself. You will say so when you see it, and you y will wonder how we can afford tu^ give it to you. Now do us ana your neighbor a favor in retur Call their attention to it and U them to subscribe. If you they may never know any tjfl : - about it* MUM