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The Ceredo Advance.
Knieitfd ul ttar »> >M-ort)<-e mi Cerwlo, W. V*.
mm Mt-<-<> id cIm.hm tUMiter
W«alo. s i ty. May IS,
_J,^rJ>,*fLro,>s ,,f thlK paper will pi«MM«* urud
of thtii uiBi'e iimi ire* of t h*»ir frleudu v min tic
bare or «*U*wli«*r^. ~ Kd.j **•
President. Vice President.
Capital Si nk, $>5,000.
We have supplied a Ion.' fell want, and ask
the public to recognize home enterprise bv
giving u%their patronage.
Will do a <iener.il Banking business and
extern! fair and emir* ..Us treatment to all
Accounts of individual*, firm* at»d corpor
at tons are Milicited Small d«>|M>sits receive
the same atten ion a* larger ones. A dollar
deposited, is a riol'ar saved.
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To Subscribers
Having purchased the Ceredo
Advauce and the K<*nova Reporter
and paid for them spot cash, thp
manager desires that all subscrib
ers knowing 11 em pelves ind *b e 1 to
either or both papers settle at once
as new books will bo opened. If
you live too far to come in person
send amounts due by check,
money order or registered letter,
otherwise it will be Ht your risk.
Every subscriber who pays hie
bill within thirty days will be
given the advance rate of *1 00
per year.
Advertisers knowing themselves
indebted to the above papers may
expect to receive bills for all due.
Both papers, in every way, will be
run on a strictly business basis.
W. I*. Vicars, mor.
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Circuit court May -25th.
We noticed Mr. Samuel Haws in
town last Saturday.
Mr. James Swanson was a Ceredo
visitor last Saturday.
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Miss Emma Nye, who ha^ been
siek is able to be out.
Mrs. Sarah McIntyre is having
her residence re-painted.
Deputy Sheriff Johnson,of Shoals,
was in town last Saturday.
II. II. Rutherford visited relatives
and friends at Ardell last Thursday
and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Watt Frizell of
f Huntington, spent Sunday with
Ceredo relatives.
C. II. Hippie who has been
clerking for Robert Haziest, the
grocer, has resigned.
Drs. W. F. Sturgill and J. T.
W barton performed an operation
upon J. R. Col man Monday.
Miss Gertrude Thacker who lives
about two nnles back of Ceredo is
dangerously ill with pneumonia.
After this date all evening
church services will begin at 8
Pl o’clock. Morning services at
Misses Archie Hopkins and Be
' " ' atrice Price visited friends and rela
tives at Huntington Saturday and
Mrs. Samuel Rhodes of Wil
liamson, has returned from a visit
to the family of G. B. Rhodes of
this place.
Alfred Irby left Monday for
Parkersburg to take a clerical posi
tion. The Advance’s best wishes
go with him.
The sewing circle of the con
gregational church met Monday
afternoon with Mrs. Spurlock on
main street.
Col. J. M. Fuller one of the sub
L etantisl citizen ot Huntington, was
looking after his Ceredo property
last Saturday.
The Clyffside casiono will open
Monday May 18th with a good
company under the management
of Nat. 8. Smith.
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H. M. Piles and others are pre
paring to pave on main and B streets.
'Phis improvement should be carried
out fully and at once. /
The addition in the shape of a
handsome porch which Felix Flanery
has added to his residence has greal
^ improved its appearance.
Willard Stamper a traveling dales
man for the Marx «& Stix Shoe Co.,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H.
K. Stewart last Thursday.
The little girl of 1. C. Wmget of
the freight depot off the B. Jc O.,
who has undergone some severe
surgical operations, is bettor.
1 he M. K. church is Inking treated
to a new spring suit. Tom Kvick
and 1'aylor Lambert most kiudly
volunteered to do the painting.
Mr. W. H. Srlbee, who is in the
merchandise business at Radnor,
jthis county, made the Ai>vanok
j office a pleasant call last Friday.
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Mrs T. J. Shepard was called to
Kentucky a day or so ago, on ac-1
count of the serious illness of her
mother, who is 8 1 years of age.
Read the change of advertisement
of Valentlue, New comb *fc Carder
in this issue. It’s the “Big Store” j
and always has something new to
[ offer.
A. (». DeFoe and sister. Miss
Kttie, passed through tow n one day
last week eii route to Lexiugton,
Ky., where the latter will enter
J. O Marcum left yesterday for
Lexington, Ky , in an attempt to
obtain one hundred negro laborers
tor contiactord t arpenter Boxley
of the N. it W. railroad.
The Kpworth League Convention
of Huntington District M K church:
will be held at Ceredo on June 8th
land SHh. A full program ot the
services w ill he printed in next
week’s Advance.
Hensley Johnson a prominent
farmer, as well as a pleasant gentle
man, who live* on Big Sandy at the
Mouth of Whiles creek, passed
through (Yredo Saturday from Hunt
ington on his way home.
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Prof. A. C. Kinder paid the Ad
vance office a pleasant call Monday. |
Mr. Kinder is a successful educator
and well known throughout the state
At present he cui ries his thumb in
leased in many cloths, the result ol a
bvciele accident.
W. (' Fishback and \V. .M. Work
man will leave .Mondin for Denver,
Col., to attend the annual meeting
of the Railway Trainmen, which
meets in that city on May I8ih.
They expect and will have a royal
time and a pleasant trip.
Mr. A. S. McDougal, of Harris
ville, Ritchie county, was the guest
I of bis brother—'I'. T. McDougal —
last Thursday. He was en route
home from Hinton where he atteud
j ed the annual meeting of the West
Virginia Grand Lodge of Red Men. I
Lew Handley and wife of Coal
Grove, and others, were in Ceredo
Saturday. They took dinner with
G W. Hensley whose funeral they
| came to attend, but as Mr. Hensley
was only killed through the columns
of one of Huntington’s interprising
newspapers a good time was had.
Justice of the Peace Brown of
Wayne, tried a case at Kenova Sat
urday as Justice Lambert and Roe
were interested parties. It grew out
of a midwife being quarantined at
the same house after her assistance
was unnecessary, on account of small
pox She wanted damages and pay
for her detention.
The Supreme Court at Charleston
has handed down a decision in the
case of Mrs. Nicol against the Hunt
ington Water Company, in which
the former claimed $30,000. This
is the suit that grew out of the burn
ing of the Adelphi Hotel in Hunting
ton almost two years ago, when the
reservoir of the water company was
dry. She lost the suit.
has the Smallpox.
Mrs. Doolittle, wife Judge K. S. 1
Doolittle of Huntington has a well
defined case of smallpox. The Judge
did not go to Mingo to hold court
Monday as he expected.
Solicitors Wanted
The Advance wants from one to
three good, reliable men to solicit
subscribers all over Wayne and
the lower edge of Cabell counties. 1
Good cash commission offered, i
Write or call on the manager for
particulars, must have good refer
| ences.
Attended The Goolfcbu Funeral
The following persons of Cer«do
attended the funeral of John
Hampton Go.dsby of Huntington,
Sunday. He was buried by the
Brotherhood of Rail Road Train*
men of which he was a member:
I H. H. Rutherford, Wm. Workman
H. S. Workman, Nathan Frazier
and II. M. Smith.
What is lighter and handsomer
when the head is off? A pillow.
Correspondents Wanted.
The Advanck waul# a good cor.
respondent at t*v«*r\ po-t office ii
Wayne county. Auovc all thing- it
makes a county pap* r interesting
1 his work is instructive to young
writers and the editor wil! mv th.n
it appears in the l> -i of di.ipe We
want young au<l act ve teicli
ers, ladies preferre I Tin- c »rre*
pondenoe shall occupy tin* place **f
honor m the paper In r turn ach
correspondent will receive the paper
tree and he as-isted in every other
way possible. I to* Akvanvk uuuii s
upon the young an I active republi
cans of \\ ay lie to Ii.»oji" things
up tor it. 1 he favor will >e ret urned
W rite on one side of the paper only
amf re me in her th it it i- personal*,
deaths, marriages, births and «e i
dents that make the '>e-t news Ad
dress all letters to the ma <ager and
have them reach this office from
noon I* rid ay till Monday noon.
ttcdlin Officer Soe<iks
Ceredo, May 11 Will vou kind
ly let me, through \our columns,
call the attention of the public to
the action of the I'own Council at
a meeting on May 4th. 1903, Mf
which, bv resolution it e npowered
me to enforce mv orders ns to
cleaning up. I shall regret in anv
case putting property owners to
extra expense, knowing that I
cannot get such work done as
cheaply as they could but I realiz-*
the importance of having it done
at once and thoroughly done.
Where persons show that their m
tent ions is right an extension of
one or two days may tv* granted,
hut at this season of the year if
these thing* are neglected the
death rate will be larger than ever
before. I am respectfully yours.
J. T. Wharton, M. I) ,
Heal! h Officer.
Assistance Wanted.
I he Advanck wants a young lady
who attends the social functions of
Ceiedo to write the social news,
from week to week. Thu editor
will be glad to use her name at the
head of this column it she will per
mit. If not he will he happy to
have her assistance and in return
will assist her in any way in hi
power. I he Advanck means to
have the best local service possible
and realizing that it cannot do so
without the help of the Ceredo peo
ple trusts that every one of them
will notify the editor of all news he
it personals or other kind, or send u
to the olhee.
Accident at Kenova.
Last Friday while Walter Hensley
of this place and a Mr llonaker of
Central ('ity, were working on a scaf
fold at the Huh A Wheel factory at
Ivenova, it gave way and both were
hurt. Mr. Hensley’s shoulder was
injured and he was considerably
bruised, but was able to return to
work Monday morning. Several of
Mr. Honacker’s ribs were broken
and he will not he able to return for
a few days. Dr. .1. F. York of
Kenova rendered the injured men
Paid Well For Injuru.
An old gentleman by the name of
Co wen Jessie who was struck by a
Camden trolley ear at Kellogg some
three months ago and badly hut not
permanently hurt, was in Ceredo
yesterday morning with T. Me K.
Hays, of the Camden Interstate, and
the damage was compromised by
Mr. Hays leaving with the First
National Bank of Ceredo a draft of
♦2f>0. for Mr. Jessie. The com
promise was satisfying to all con
Strike in Lumber Mill.
A strike took place Monday morn
ing at the big lumber mill of J. W.
Mahan, in North Catlettsbifg. The
manager employed two non-union
men on the yard and as soon as they
went to work nearly the entire force
of about seventy-five men walked
out. The latter were immediately
given their time and were paid off.
This closes the mill, and it looks
as if a strike of indefinite length is
Williamson** New Court House.
The new court house of Mingo
county, which has been in course
of construction for some time, is
now completed and for the first
time the sessions of the circuit
court will be held in the new
building. The cost of the hand
some structure is t<42,408.
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Railwau Conductors to Meet.
Pittsbi*bo, May 12.—The Bien
nial convention of the order of rail
way conductors begins ten days'
session here tomorrow. It is expect
ed that five thousand delegates and
frien ds will be present.
At Carpenter's
Truly n superb assembly of exquisiteh
lovely lists slid Trimmings. That’s th*
Mory in a »nt no*. Tt means much ti
the miiiiMi who wants a new and heanti
;ul Spm v h..,| Summer Hat and who doe
not wan* t > pay an extravagant price
W bile ihe 11 mtm <>r»» as ch. ice and hand
some as the ».«>sf brains of Paris and Noi
York can make them, they lack tha
laieihil prit*11 g so characteristic of th
• xclusive Mi'! inery Shops and of some o
t or department store competitors.
I his d* | nr' in' iii is in charge of milli
in rs o» experience from New York 011v
— Your ord* r will he well made am
trimmed in a most artistic manner i
placed with our milliners.
Kxqilisite Pattern Hats
8t $.r»00 to $10 (X)
Principally mir own and Imported Pattern flat*. T
I*.. »rt awiirc to the high cI.vm millinery *hn»i
ai mir opening*. theae price* mean positive IntrgiOiiM
'Primmed Chip anil Milan lints
at $3.00 to $6.IK),
v**ry much In demand Just now, dainty creatlona am
rr inn lit ii nitv priced.
Trimmed HhIs
at *1.00 to $2.98,
"•.vl'al In effect mid *1,owing In every detail th* tm
milliner*. tout'll.
Ready to Wear Hate,
Dainty and Serviceable, $1.60 to $3.50
iror«*M of «m.*n M vIoh, wonderfully good VHluen, dcxlgned for
fleetI ve street weor.
Childrens and Mlssas Hats. h
'I'wo S poo ml VttluoM, Ht SI. 25. Ft
.l.i m ho Him* llrald lit <, oil <-o|or«, prettily trimmed wlthlh
• Imilile straw slum* nml <1 roped with le.w aid end*. in t'lilimP
HUk. nt 81.7ft White .1 mult.. Htriiw Itr.ld IIh’*, hea l nine nmlh
flown ilrnped In color, d t’lilnn Silk nml finished with nlmw.
fnboehnn nml Htrnw bultonn. j|
Elegant Ready to Woar Garments for Women. N
^rlm’out?* W°r,hy °f * l,,r,r<,r elljr—«dltplay, which certainly uphold* the Hhuidard wo have not for thin big aeoond floor dcR
Et amine and Taffeta Silk Shirt Waist Suite. Etamine, Voile Silk and Mohair Costume Skirts. K
'edcatrlan Mk'rt* It. every weaveclolh, made from flv» to aeventeen gore*, kilted box pi tiled, Aminoeil mid . friW1, ..if,.,., ^
'“•' V I.«ee. Silk, Mereerix.-d and l.lneii, White Hhlrt Walaia, daintily irimi.I anil emh.. 1 f 1 ' fT*nt* T
•Ku!/."1 Hllk mid Mercerixed Petiinout*. Willi aglove IHilug feature you'll find oiilv Hem >«* wo have th« aaenov f..r I'mimt-ft
inrn, 11 ii u II n k ton, AhIiIiiimI mill Imutou New KIiiioiihn, Wrapper*, l,nug K I nioniia and |lre*Miux Sai’niio*. y V
Ask for 3 our Car Fare {iSS; a:io"‘‘d *:.n nj »*■«> C
The D. H. Carpenter Co.,
Division Street,.Catlettsburj*, Ky>
A Ncw Stock of
with Harness, Saddles,
Buggies, W agons and
Carriages of all Kinds.
m ■i©d6©0§iOi HllOil RUSSOll
COME TO* 5*- •
And secure what you need. We guarantee all who deal
with us to get the worth of their money. We deal in
We keep anything to he tound in a lirst-clasH General
»« TiiVimk effect at 4:00 a. m. Central Stand
dard Time, Sunday, September 38, 1003. Por
the government and information of employe*
only. Notan ad vertinemen t of the time of cam.
The Company reserve* the right to change
without notice.
WttTWAtD A. M,
Huntington, I<V. 4.on
Johnmm'n Lane *• 4,08
Central City “ 4.15
Ceredo " 4.30
Oakland Are., Cat. *' 4.45
Mttchell** “ 4,53
Clyffeaide Park, “ 5,00
Diamond, “ 5.07
Anhtand, AH. 5,15
Aahland, I,V, 4,15
Diamond, 4.23
t'lyffe*ide Park M 4.30
Mile hell'* " 4J7
Oakland Ave. Cat. “ 4.45
Oeredo, * 5.00
Central City, “ 5.15
Johnaon’* Cane, “ 5.33
Huntington, M 5.30
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