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\ *au Newspaper that has a I a r;j«» ei reulat ion in the liij; Baiuly ami Twelve Pole Valleys —anexeellent advertising inedi QIU Publisher! livery Wednesday. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: On© copy, one yeni, - - $1.00 One copy, six mouths, - - ,r»0 Strictly cash in advance. Twenty live per cent will be added when Muth i» iioi paid. Job printing: of all kind* neatly and promptly execute*' on rea sonable terms, TO SUBSCRIBERS We cannot discontinue your paper until al arrearages are paid. Don't ask us. Don’t say atop my pa|>er until I get what I owe paid up etc. In no case can we do this. It is a general rule we have to adopt to protect ourselves. When you do not want the paper any longer, pay up and stop it. Don't have your |smtma* ter drop us a card that it is not taken out of the office. If you were publishing a pajH-r you wouldn't want us to do you that war. When you move from your present post-office don’t fail to notify us at once of the change, giving your former post-office a.« well as your new one. This is absolutely necessary. Wayne Courts. Terms of Circuit Court: Fourth Monday in Ja nuarv. May and September. Terms of County Court: First Monday in Jan uary. April and July, and Third Monday in N<* ▼ember. Try the new remedy for costive ne*s, Chamberlain’* Stomach pm! Liver Tablet*. Every box guaran teed. Price, 25 cent*. For sale by W. M. BIops, Ceredo; R. N. Wi 1 - llama, Kenova. - ^ ^ A world without (rod is a circle without a center. -^ ^ For Over Sixty Years. MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has been used for over sixty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething with perfect success. It soothes the child, suttens the gums, allays all palu, cures wind colic, and In the best remedy for diar rhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by Druggists In every part of the world. Twenty-live cents a bot tle. He sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup,” and take no other kind ” - m • ^ — No man is free until he hag him self under control. — m w ^ Wauls Olliers to Know. “I have used DeWitt’s Little Early Risers for constipation and torpid liver and they are all right. 1 am glad to endorse them for I think when we find a good thing we ought to let others know it,” writes Alfred Heinze, Quincy, III. They never gripe or distress. Sure, safe pills. VV. M. Bloss, Ceredo; R. N. Williams, Kenova. --^ • m Honesty will succeed as a prin ciple where it fails as a policy. Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen Years of Suffering. “I have been alllicted with Sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years,” saya Josh Edgar, of Ger mautovvn, Cal. “I was able to be around but constantly Buffered. I tried everything I could hear of and at 1 ast was told to try Cham berlain's Pain Balm, which I did and was immediately relieved and iu a short time cured, and I am happy to say it has not since re turned.” Why not use this lini ment aud get well? It is for sale by W. M. Bloss, Ceredo; R. N. Williams, Keuova. Tiik Meat Trust won’t trust, and the laboring man i« finding the situ ation a very trying one. -m • ^-— Like a Drowning Man. “Five years ago a disease the doctors called dyspopaja took such hold of me that I could scarcely go,” writes Geo. S. Marsh, well known attorney of Nocona, Texas. “I took quantities of pepsin and other medicines but nothing helped me. As a drowning man grabs at a straw I grabbed at Kodol. I felt an improvement at once and after a few bottles am sound and well.” Kodol is the only preparation which exactly reproduces the natural digestive juices and conse quently is the only one which digests any good food and cures any form of stomach trouble. W. M. BIosh, Ceredo; R. N. Williams, Kenova. When a man has no more money to burn his obi friends soon desert him. Holds I p A Congressman. “At the end of the campaign,” writes Champ Clark, Missouri’! brilliant Congressman, “from over work, nervous tension, loss of sleep and constant speaking I had utter ly collapsed. It seemed that all the organs in ray body were out of order, but three bottles of Electric ! Bitters made me all right. It’s the best all-around medicine ever ■old over a druggist’s counter.” Over worked, run-down men and weak, sickly women gain splsndid health and vitality from Electric Bitters. Try them- Only 50c. ! Guaranteed by W. M. Bloss. COON’S QUEER TRICKS. Is Food of Hooey and ao Expert Fi*b trmaj. “Once I carried the coon with me to a quilting at a place where there was a -warm of bees,” says a writer in the Buffalo News. “You know a coon loves honey bett* r than any thing. I he quilting was proceeding nicely—all the women folk- sitting ■ round plying their needles—when in dashed the coon, literally covered with bees. He rushed tinder the quilt, strew ing the mad insects. 1 tell you the quilting moved and the chairs Hew, and the* dresses flapped, and such a dancing was never seen before. Pet coons were not w orth much in that market afterward.” “Did you ever catch a crawfish? I W « II. a coon fi.-hes for t hem in a novel way. A gentleman walking down a s-tream noticed a number of crawfish hoh s that were smooth, and thought the fish had worn them in passing out. On saying .-o to a friend he was told that the coons did it by putting their paws in. He did not half believe the story, but as he had a pet coon at home lie thought he would test it. So the next day he took the coon with him into the field where there were hun dreds of crawfish holes. As soon as the animal saw one he ran his forepaw in as deep as he could, gave it a little jerk, and pretty soon brought it out w 11 li a sudden-mot ion wit h a hig era w fish hanging to it. He atethefish and continued his oj>erations until he had a good dinner.” The Camera and Bank Visitors. It is said that the Bank of France ; has an invisible studio in a gallery be I hind the cashiers, so that at a given signal lrorn one of them any suspect I ed customer can instantly have hit photograph taken without his know l edge. The camera has also become very useful in the detection of frauds, a word or a figure that to the eye seems completely erased being clearly repro duced in photographs of the docu ment that had been tampered with. Flattery. Flattery is the nonsense ladled out to people by those who have gold bricks for sale.—Chicago Daily News. Extensive improvements will 1 e made at once in the Pocahontas coal field on the Norfolk A Western railway. A branch line is being built a distance of ten miles along the south bank of l ug river, and this will be completed by September. Eight new coal works are to be | opened at once and the coal will be stored along the track till the line is completed. Three hundred resi dence houses will be erected at a cost of *200,000 and 1,500 coke ovens w ill be built and will be in operation by Christmas. They will have a daily output of 3,000 tons, and it is said the capacity will be doubled next year. The coal lands belong to the N. A W. road and the coal will We mined and the coke manufactured on a royalty by the l nited States Steel Corporation. The contract has already been let to reduce the forests where the mines will be opened, and a large saw mill is on the ground now to make the timber into lumber. This will be a big thing for the Tug River com pany and will give employment to hundreds of men. — Ex. Biliousness is a condition char acterized by a disturbance of the digestive organs. The stomach is debilitated, the liver torpid, the bowels constipated. There is a loathing of food, pains iu the I bowels, dizziness, coated tongue and vomiting, first of the undigest ed or partly digested food and then of bile. Chamberlain’s ! Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturbances of the stomach and create a healthy appetite. They also tone up the liver to a healthy action and regulate the bowels. Try them and you are certain to be much pleased with the result. For sale by W. M. Blow, Ceredo; R. N. Williams, Renova. — - m mm — A man may be every inch a gen tleman and not very tall at that. Upholstering. I have opened an upholstering establishment in the old C. A O depot building, on Main Street Ceredo, W. Va., where 1 am pre pared to do anything in my line at the lowest prices, and on short no tice. I keep a full line of picture frame mouldings, drawer pulls, ca*-, tors and all kinds of furniture hard ware. Furniture repared and var nished. (rive me a call. Wm. M. McCai.lr* -- m • » We are still in a position to dis pose of a few Sewing Machines at about one-half the price agents ask for same. The machines we sell are marie by a standard company and guaranteed to give entire satisfac tion. Call on or write the pro-1 prietor of this paper. Mexican Mustang Liniment is just the thing for Harness and Saddle Sores on horses, Try Hexican Hustang Liniment for Lumbago, Lame Back, Rheumatism Stiff Joints, etc., and you will find that you never in all your life used anything that so suceessfully fought aches and pains. To get the full l**neflt you should rub it iu most thoroughly. Mexican Mustang Liniment is a positive* euro for Roup or Swelled Head in poultry. | —_ v Straw # Hats! ARE NOW IN DEMAND. And we have received a full line. We have everything that is new and up-to-date, the stylish Alpine iu every shape and quality frem i 50 cents to $3.50. It is now time to think about Light Underwear. We have the largest and most complete line ever brought to the city, in all quali ties, colors and styles in high grade goods we carry the complete Otis line. They stand without a superior. Our line runs in price 50c to $4 In Shirts and Shirt Waists we have everything that is new. DUCHESS TROUSERS. I)o not forget we have the exclusive sale for Duchess Trousers; no other line ever pretends to equal these goods for the price. Stein, Bloch tfc Co.’s, and Kuflfeuheimer & Co.’s Famous Tailor Made Suits bring us new customers every day. They are the high est grade of clothing made in this country; price $15.00 to $25.00. The Broil Onc-Prlcc Clothing Co., Corner Third Avenue and Ninth Street, Huntington, W. Va. SELLING OUT! $20,000 stool ot Boots and Shoes to be slaughtered. You can now buy a man’s calf patent leather shoe for $2.98 former price $4.00 and $4.50; a few pairs of Banister’s and Tory Curtis Sr Terrells, 85.00 and $6.00 shoes will go at $3.50: choice of all patent kid shoes for ladies $3.00, regular prices $3.50 and $4.00. Ev wry thing in our line will be cut in proportion, and most things ever more than the aboye. Come in and get Prices. You had just as well save 50 cents to $1.50 on a pair of Shoes. T. S. SCANLON & CO., Corner Tenth Street and Third Avenue,' Huntington, West Virginia. KENOVA TRANSFER CO., KENOVA, WEST VIRGINIA. Operating Wharfboat And River and Rail Transfer. DRALERA IN —^ Buckeye” Halt, “Marion” and “Fostona” White Lime, “Black Dia mond” and Imported Cements, Glass, Nails, Flue Tile, Hewer Pipe, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Keck Plaster, Hair, Lath, Shingles, Corn, Oats, Chop, Bran, Hay, Flour, Heeds and Coal. LOW PRICES AND QUICK DELIVERIES. Rates and Time Tables furnished for Cincinnati and Pittsburp Packets. Correspondence solicited. Hend for price list. l ( OJIK TO * ~ OUR BIO STORK* r And secure what you need. We guarantee all who deal with us to get the worth ot their money. We deal in DRY GOODS, MOOTS AND SHOES, HATS ASD CAPS, GROCERIES, qUEENSWARE, ULASSWARF, HARDWARE, FURMTURE. We keep any tiling to he found in a first-class General Store. GOODS DELIVERED FREE. WRIGHT BROTHERS, CEREEO, "WES7 -■ ■ ■ ^ 1 Truth. f © tN ®'8*^ £13 C'® ® © S rS Pleasant«Economical for Wayne county people to trade with us. We will give you the very best we can for your money. Our store is at tractive and aglow with a well selected stock of Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums, Lace Curtains, Draperies,Rugs, &c. J. C. CARTER & CO., 943 THIRD AVE.. HUNTINGTON. W. VA. BIG SANDY NATIONAL BANK CATLETTSBURG,KY. I With a competent force of i clerkp, and our business surround- < ed by every safe guard which pru- J deuce and long experience pug- j gept, we policit the accounts of all ) repponpible people, believing that \ we can furnish ample protection \ and liberal and satisfactory treat- i ment. i f_£ Charles Russell, Pres't. I). II. Carpenter, Vice-Pres’t. Monte .1. Goble, Cashier. HOARD OF DIRECTORS. A. Mims, Chas. Russell, .lay II. Noithup, 1*. H. Vaughan, I). II. Carpenter. That a what our customers say. when they are asked about their suit bought of us. \V« »lwafs please you in fit, style and quality. Our stock of Spring and Summer suits for Men, Youth’s and Boy’s, is now complete. You will find it no trouble to select your suit with the assortment. We show you Fancy Negligee Shirts for Spring, In all the New Colorings, We have undoubtedly the fullest line and largest assortment of 8pring Negligee’s ever shown by us. Ask for the shirt with CufTs attached They are being worn by the best trade and are continually gain* * ing popularity with the same. Visit us and purchase your Outfit for Spring. We are always glad to have you whether you buy or not. It’* a plaasura to show our goods. €r. A. JNorthcott & Co., H. W. Corner 3rd Ave. and 9th Sts., Huntington, - \y ya ForSai.k —A *hot gun and a rifle of I the celebrated Stereo* make. The*# j gun* will be *old cheap for caah. ] Enquire of the proprietor of this1 paper. n« ,nP*r,or l«*ur»nr» enrrMmnri -i.k ?/?1r o°r » o„<1 wSTia'jjsSsiiiisasig; j"“f“*'<**•>• Yonr* truly, h. C. Martin, Rough NouwOo