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Advance. T. . \ I,, linn ■> I'hoi'KiFrim. W««in.*s<ta> . s« j*i . JJO. IlMKi. A packaoK of toe feed warranted to make n»« n fat need not bo sent to Tom Johnson. Sknatoe Scott is rapidly recover ing from his recent illness. He is at Colorado Springs. Mr. Caknkoik in saying England and the United States are to be one, has won some vtry severe press criticisms. President Kooskvki.t has an nounced that he will in no way in terfere with the New York munici* pal campaign. The fanners of the South will soon ha ye some cotton to sell. That is the reason why Wall Street is busy hammering down the price. As the Kaiser led every cavalrv charge in the recent German ma* neuvres, and the umpire didn't date declare the imperial forces defeated, the Emporer naturally won. The school commissioners who are trying to find accommodations for all the school children of the district, these days, positively re fuse to believe in race suicide. Boston negroes are denouncing Booker Washington and his theories and methods by resolution, hut the negroes are not the only people who fail to recogn /.e their best friends. Everywhere Speaker-to-be Can Mion goes in Washington he is fol lowed by a troop of newspapermen he only tells them funny stories and declines to say bow he will organize the House. Carroll. 1). Weight’s decision that when employers are deprived of the right to discharge their em ployees they (the employees) will be deprived of the right of quittiug, is just and logical, hut that w ill not prevent complaint against it. The Morgantown Post Co published a souvenir edition of the Post September 22d. The number was devoted principally to the West Virginia University and contained much interesting reading and valu able information concerning the Stale’s leading institution of learn ing. Two Colombian politicians, who have just arrived in New York, ascribe the defeat of the Panama canal treaty to local partisans, or rather factional strife. They say that even men who favored the treaty voted against it because they wished to repudiate the Marroquin administration. intends to resign from the National Republican Committee, but refuses to give any assurance that he will retain the chairmanship. It is more than probable that the state of his health w ill largely govern Mr. Man na’s decision in this respect. The indictment and arrest of State Senator George K Green, of Hiugbaur.on, N. \ ., chairman of the county Republican committee and an influential politician, furnish es the most doubting Thomas with incontrovertible evidence that the President and Fourth Assistant I ostmaster General IJrisfow are in earnest in the Post-office investiga tion. Onk baron of the Went Virginia coal field* ia now building a private residence to coat over one hundred thousand dollar*, while the tax re ceipts in his county are barely suffi cient to keep the public schools six months and pay teachers *3.-, a month! No wonder the people are with Governor White in his demand for tax reform.—Morgantown i’ost. Wf. desire to congratulate the editor of the Logan Banner—Mr. Kd. (J. Booth. He was recently united in wedlock to Miss Annie H. Geekie, who traveled all the way from New York City to Logan, where the ceremony was performed. I We are always glad to know that a brother editor has met with good lock (it is a rare news item, you know,) and hasten to chronicle the fact. Dennis All Right. W. Va. News. Several of our exchanges are poking fun at Editor Dennis, of the Independent, because he and Gov ernor White agree on the Tax Com mission bills. Mr. Dennis is all right on this subject, and the News agrees with both gentlemen. The c< nvernation of some people is so unimportant that when they stop talking you tail to notice it. Tlie Pleasure of Hating. Persons suffering from indi gestion, dyspepsia or other stomach trouble will tiud that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat anj makes the stomach sweot. This remedy is a nevor failing cure for Indi gestion and Dyspepsia and all complaints alTecting the glands or membranes of the stomach or digestive truct. When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure everything you eat tastes good, and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains is assimilated and ap propriated by the blood and tis sues Sold bv W. M. Blos8, Ceredo; R. N. Williams, Kneova. '1 here's something wrong with the political convention when it doesn't either “point with pride” or “view with alarm.” Distress After Cut tug Cured. Judge VV. T. Holland of Greeus burg, La., who in well and favor ably known, pays: “Twoyears ago I Buffered greatly from indigos tion. After eating, great distress would invariably result, lapting for an hour or p«» and my nights were restless. I concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me entirely. Now my sleep is refreshing and digestion per fect.” Sold by W. M. Gloss, Ceredo; R. N. Williams, Kenova. In Ireland when a wasp or bee “tings a person he quickly rub* indigo on the bite. 'Vhe pain sub sides at once. Mud is said to be an antidote, also potato scrapings. I C’ut a potato in half and rapidly scrape some of it on a plate and ap ply while it in moist to the bite. This is invaluable for a burn. Re new’ it as it becomes dry.—Kx. Tlie Genuine vs. Counterfeits. ' The genuine is always better than a counterfeit, but the truth ot thia statement is never more j forcibly realized or more thor ougly appreciated than when you compare the genuine DeWitt’s I Witch Haz'd Salve with the m&nv ' counterfeits and worthless substi tutes that are on the market. W. S. Ledbetter, of Shreveport, La., eays: “After using numerous other remedies without benefit, oue box i of DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve j cured me.” For blind, bleeding itching and protruding piles no ! remedy is equal to DeWitt’s Witch 1 Hazel Salve. Sold by W. M Bloes, Ceredo; R. N. Williams, Kenova. Sour ** Stomach No appetite, loss of strength. nervous ness, headache, constipation, bad breath, general debility, sour risings, and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion. Kodol cures indigestion. This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. n Mr. S. S. Ball, of Farenswood. W Va.. says:— I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years Kodol cured me and we are now us!nr it In mlk for baby." Kodol Digests What You Eat. Bottles only. $1.00 Size holding 2'4 times the trial size, which sells for 50 cents. Prepared by E. O. DeWITr * OO.. OHIOAQO R. N. William**, Kouova, W.Va. W. M. Blna«i, C«r*»do, vV. Va. SOME OR&flT OFFERS! PICK AND CHOICE OK THE BEST JOURNALS In Our Clubbing List. We will HPod THE CINCINNATI POST daily aud either of the following .Journals, BOTH ONE YEAR, as follows: Tllti CINCINNATI POST, DAILY, AND Tlir Commoner, Edited l>v W. j. Hryan . . $2 75 Ohio Farmer . . . , . 2 40 National Stockman and Farmer.2 50 Indiana Farmer ... .2 45 American Farmer (Monthly).2 10 Madame (New Monthly Magazine for Women Who Think) 2 10 Atlanta Constitution (weekly).2 US Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer.2 50 VVoman's Home Contpauion.2 75 Farm and Fireside .220 Weekly Courier-journal.[ 2 50 New 5’ork Tribune Farmer.2 50 Succ* ss.. 2 75 American Hoy.. | | ^ 50 flood House-Keeping .2 75 Pearson's Magazine . . .' • • 2 75 Memphis Appeal , Weekly).2 55 Ladies' World ..2 15 THE i*)3T alone for One Year . Six Months Four “ Three “ T wo “ One “ $2 00 I 25 1 o0 75 5o 30 THE CINCINNATI POST, FOE G MONTHS, And either of the following Jour nals for ONE YEAR, as follows: The Commonet, Edited by W. j. Bryan . . 92 00 Ohio Farmer . 1 75 National Stockman and Farmer ..." 1 75 Indiana Farmer.1 75 American Farmer (Monthly) . . . *. . 1 45 Madame (New Monthly Magazine . Wenton Who Think) I 40 Atlanta • onstitutlon (Weekly).2 10 Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer ........ j h5 Woman’s Home t 'oni|>anion. 2 nu Farm and Fireside -.j 50 New York Tribune Farmer.1 Jr, Weekly lourirr-jonrnal ...... . ." l Success 85 2 lilt American Boy.‘ ] * ' ‘ j ^5 Good House-Keeping.'.!!.'!!! 2 00 Pearson's Magazine.j . . 2 mi Memphis Appeal (Weekly), T Ladies’ World.. . l Subscriptions may be either new or renewals. We will send any of the journals nuoted above and TIIEi INt INN ATI POST to one or different addresses, if desired. Send your order to us direct or hand same to our agent in your town, imatmaster or rural mail carrier, who will give same prompt at tention. r v THE POST, Cincinnati, Ohio. JHE^flDVrtNGE and the Daily Post, both ONE YEAR for only $2.50. y Famous Tailor Made Suits find Ol/GPG0(jl)S in handled in this vicinity exclusively by ihc Broil One Price Clothing ( ompany. it is guaranteed to be equal to any MADK-TO OKDEH-SUIT in style, trimming, workmanship and quality at less than one-half the price. Prices range from $15 to $:*0. Mother s Attention. We are handling the well-known children suits made by “Widow Jones” people. They are the best wearing, most stylish and best made children’s school suits in the world at prices below what ordinary suits cost you THEBROH ONE PRICE CLOTHING COMPANY, Cor 3rd Ave. and 9th St., H«utington, W. Va. QIIR nPEHINfi. Greatest Number of Attractive Offerings \ Ever seen Under One Roof in This Section. PRESENTING TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, On every floor and in every corner of THE BIG STORE, multitudes of atti actions of the most extraordinary descrip tion in Superior Fall and Earlv Winter Merchandise from all quarters of the manufacturing world. . Every resoui ce and energy of this store, down to the minutest detail, has been thoughtfully and conscientiously exercised to make this series of Openings the foremost event of the character on record. Nothing has remained undone to achieve this end. Because of the tremendous scope and astonishing va riety of the offerings, it is impossible at this time to enu merate any of them. To do so would be slighting others of equal merit and prominence The richly stocked depart ments speak eloquently in their own behalf. The Store has been beautifully decorated in honor of the occasion. Welcome to THE BIG STORE is Our Bidding—Thrice Welcome to All. rjj® b1# Store,_Third Avenue, Huntington, W. Va. jfHEDFORD^ [BLACK-DRAUGHT THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE _# A sallow complexion, dizziness, biliousness and a coated tongue arc* common indications of liver amt kidney diseases. Stomach and bowel troubles, severe as they are, five immediate warning by pain* ut liver and kidney troubles' though less painful at the start, are much harder to cure. Thedford’s black-Draught never fails to bene ntdi9eased liver and weakened kid neys. It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the germs of fever and ^ *s a certa*n preventive of cholera and Bright’s disease of the kidneys. With kidneys re inforced by Thedford’s Black Draught thousands of persons have dwelt immune in the midst of yel low fever. Many families live in Serfect health and have no other octor than Thedford’s Black Draught. It is always on hand for use in an emergency and saves many expensive calls of a doctor. Mullins, S. C, March 10, 1901. I have used Thadford's Black-Drauehl for three years and I have not had to So to a doctor since I have been taking It tt is tha best medicine for me that Is on the market for liver and kidney troubles and dyspepsia ,„d other complaints. Rsv. A. 0. LEWIS. ' Notice ot T rustee’s Sale. Mv virtue of a deed of trust executed by O M I ajfe. i.. the undersigned Trustee, dated the 24tti day <>t Julv, l's»3, and recorded in the clerks office of the County Court of Wayne countv, West Virginia. )„ Trust (teed I»(h,W No. II pnire .142. tosernre the (tayment of a certain promissory note, executed by said O. M. Pave to t*. C Coe. In the sum of tHWOOO, which is fullv mentioned and descritwd in said deed and default having been made in the payment thereof, and beinir so required so to do by the holder of said note, I, ihe undersigned trustee, will on Wednesday, the :*Olli l>ay I*r 11KKI, between tHe hotira of 9 o'clock a m. and 3 o clock p m , at the front door of the Court Hounr-Of Wayne county, Went Vlrgmia. pro o1 pob,lc *®c,lon, to the' hiffhent bidder, the property conveyed by aald deed of trnat, vl*: nineteen male*, four hnrae* twenty-five carta, atx drag acrapera, aia wheel’ "cmper*. twenty-two car*. being the pronertv of aald O M. Page and located near YbrlEm* n "aid Wayne countv. Term a: - One-third caah on the day of aate and the reaidne in twoeqnal Inatallmenta par able in one and two month", reapectlrelr ffom lh» flaw rtf a«U • . < from the day of aale, the pnrehaaer giving hi* proffllMor; negotiable note* for the deferred payment", with approved aecarlty and the niftn .s' V?t‘h* **i‘1 p™P®ftJ *° r®main in me paid *h* " *wo®®* the pnrchaae money i* . my ha"d ,hU 7“* d*y •* Sep tember, 1903. R. NavWilliam", Traatee. You’ll Never Be Sorry If You GO TO GARTER'S *or anything you may need in the line of— FURNITURE AND CARPETS. — His stock Is full ami complete and Ills nricos are very reasonable. 18 pr,ce8 -O J. C. OAltTER & CO., 942 THIRD AVE, HUNTINGTON. W. V*. Special Attention to Undertaking. mja BI6 SANDY NATIONAL BANK CATLETT8BURG, KY, With a competent force of clerka, and our buaineaa surround* ed hy every safe guard which pru dence and long experience aug gpflt, we solicit the accounts of all responsible people, believing that we can furnish ample protection and liberal and aatiafactory treat ment. Charlen Bn..cll, I’ro.'t. I). II. Carpenter, VicePre.’t. hrnest Meek, Cashier. HOAKD OP DIRECTORS. A. Mima Thai.. Rowell, Jay H. Noithnp, _ 1 * H* Vaughan, D. II. Carpenter. A pretty girl, a Hammer night, A moon tbat’a growing mellow. A little kit*, a rolemn vow, A moat impaaaioned fellow. Harae girl, bat on another night. Another moon, atill mellow, Another kiaa, another vow, And atill another fellow. Cincinnati’s Palace. The Palace Hotel, Sixth and Vine * treets, Cincinnati, in a gem in the way of service at ratee, $2.00 and $2. AO, or $3.00 with bath, per day on the American plan, $2.00 up wards, Kuropean plan.