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The Ceredo Advance.
Knicred at the pout-office at Ceredo, W. Vt. »« aeooud clam matter. Wednesday. December 1903. [••“Ualrou* of tbU paper will please send Of lb la office notice* of t betr friend* v Uli In* here or einewhere.—Kn.] SPcGIAL, NOTICE. We waut to get our subscription 9 list on a cash basis, as Dear as possible, by the first of uext year. All those who settle for the paper i up to that time will be charged the CASH rate—$1.U<J per year. e have several hundred dollars C( m ing to us on subscription aud ere net ding the money, iu order to “keep the wheels turuiug” aud make some improvements ou our plant. It you receive a statement do not take it as an insult, but simply as a gentle reminder that we would like to have the small amount that is due us. We make out accounts to January 1, 1904. All who fail to pay by that time are expected to settle at the rate of $1.25 per auuutp. LOCAL MEWS. Horn, to Mr. aud Mrs. Moses Copley, a son. Mr. Ilanslier is able to about, af ter ten days' sickness of quinsy. ’Squire It. M. Johnson is able to to be out after several months of sickness. Revival services will commence * at the Kenova M. E. church next Sunday night. We wish oar patrons a joyous, tnerrv Christmas and a happy, pros perous New Year. D. F. Peters, who has been af flicted with fever, has so far recover ed as to be able to be out. Mrs. Forest Nolen (nee Miss Nona Emmons) of Columbus, Ohio, is visiting relatives and friends here. 1 — — * Sam Wiightis at home from Bal timore, where he has been attending t medical college, to spend the holi days. Mrs. J. M. Worley, of Ceredo, has been visiting her father, James ^ ■ Picklesimer.—Big Sandy News, Dec. 18. Hiram Ila/.lett has been at his home in this place sick with a severe cold for the past few days. He is improving now. The Ilaynie Branch letter reached this oflice Monday evening—too late to appear m thin issue. We will print>t next week. No name wan attached to tin Camp Creek Items we received for | ublicaiion Hence they will not appear in these columns. Peters *fc Newman, have jusi received a large line of gas stoves, gas fixtures, mantles, burners, etc. Prices the lowest. tf. (Hen Collier of Ceredo, and Ktley Smith, of Kenova, who have l»een attending the University at Morgan towns, are home for the holidays. Mrs Mary Horner, a colored wo man who had been ill for several months, died at her home on Bridge street last Thursday. Dec. 17, 11103. ► The Congregational Sunday School will give an entertainment at the church tomorrow (Ch<istmas eve) night. An interesting program ha been arranged. Rev. A. Mick. Presiding Elder. ** preached an excellent sermon at the M. E unurcb last Sunday evening using as a text “It is Finished,” 'from John 10 chap. 30 versa. The Ceredo M. E. Sunday School will give an entertainment at tbe church toinrnorrow (Thursday) night, consisting of a cantata entitled “A V don of Santa Claus.” 1 tie natural gas was off from nine in *be morning until seven in the eve. mir, Wednesday, caused bv a breal in the main near Louisa, Ky. ^ Much inconvenience was occasioned by tho breakage in this and other towns. There ,are said to be plenty of natural1, gas near Milton. Why do not some enterprising capitalist* organise it company and pipe it to tho Oh:o river towns herealiouts. It would be better to have a little op position in this uas business anyway. Because of bis earnest Republi canism and party zeal and courage oine Democrats of this county are lions of Col. J. M» Fuller’s in ueiice. The Colonel not only has great deal of intiuenoe among Re ublicans, but many Democrats jisteo and hearka^ fo bis advice. ----- He accomplishes things because be is industrious aud has faith that what he undertake* will succeed. • -- • Peters A Newman are prepared to do water and gas plumb ing. Give them a call if you need anything in this line. Estimates on ' plumbing free.| tf. . The lvenova Hoard of Health has » raised the quarantine against Wil liamson, Thacker, Matewau, Nauga tuck, Nolen and Huttield, owing to the suppression of smallpox at those places. The quarantine agaiusl Dingess is still continued. The name of W. H. Hunt is fre- j quently mentioned as the next Re. publican nominee for Sheriff. He J is n popular man and if he receives 1 the nomination and it now looks very much like he will—is very likely to be Wayue county's next Sheriff. Alonzo Markon, age l about 23 years, died last week of a compli cation of diseases. lie had a bad case of the smallpox, but had re covered from that disease. We learn that hi his delirious moments before bis death he continually talked about having killed old Mr. Nol»le, who was murdered at his home m Law rence county, Ohio, three or four years ago. Correspondents should bear in mind that they must attach their true name to every communication they write for this paper. We won’t give you away, but must know who does the writing. Please re member this hereafter and place your name some place on your manu script and write only on oue side of the paper. Write all proj er names very plainly. Notice. All persons indebted to the firm of Dalton A Fuller, who were engaged in a general merchandise business at Ceredo, W. Va., are requested to settle the same at once and thereby save costs. Jamkn O. Marcum, Receiver. Dec. 21, 1903. Kenova’s Municipal Ticket. A convention of the citizens of Kenova was held last Thursday even ing and the following ticket nomi nated: For Mayor, Dr. J. F. York; for Recorder, A. G. Holt; for Coun oilmen, Joseph S. Miller, R. Ney Williams, J. H. Galloway, W. W. Breeoe and W. II. Whipple. Ghest Protectors lor Weak Lunas. These cold, windy, winter days are hard on a person who catches cold easily, and is affected with weak lungs. Huy a chest protector or chamois vest and Bee how comfor | table they’ll make you feel. Chest Frotectors 25c to $2.0U; Chamois Vcnis .-ill size* *2 (*o. Florentine Drug Store, Wild A Beetle, llum • ngton, W. Va. To New Subscribers. We will send the Aovanck from j now until .I.iti. I, 1905, forthesmall sum of ONE DOLLAR. I) m’t | volt w ant it? Next year will he cam paign year and the Aovanck will give the u°ws of the whole nation It’s a FAMILY PAPER. To any one , getting up aultib ol ten and sending | ns $10.00 we will send the paper j one year free. For bale. I have for sale two splendid lots, situate near the street car line on East Second street, Ceredo, W. Va. There was formerly a dwell mg on the lots and there is a good stone side walk in front of same. Terms reasonable. Call on T. T. McDougal, Cerpdo, W. Va. f\ Baroain tor farmers. The New York Tribune Farmer, a national illustrated agricultural weekly of twenty I irge illustrated pages, has no superior as a thorough ly practical and helpful publication for the farmer and every member of the family, and the publishers are determined to give it a circulation unequalled by any paper in the I'uiied .States. Knowing that every enterprising, up-to-date farmer always reads his own local weekly newspaper, The j New York Tribune Farmer has made an exceedingly liberal arrange ment which enables us to offer the two pafiers at so low a price that no farmer can afford to lose thu oppor tunity. The price of The New York Trib une Farmer is tl.CO a year ami The Ore do Advance $1.00 a year, but both papers will be ent for a full ; year if you forward <<1.30 to The Advance, Ceredo, W. Va. Send your name and address to The New York Tribune Farmer, New York City, and a specimen copy of that pafier will be mailed to you. — .... (*et your stationery for 1904 printed at this office. We guaran tee satisfaction. — -- Roll of Honor next week. Dunlow, W. Va. (Continued from first page.) gogues will have to bang their harps on the willow and weep. Well, Mr. Editor, for fear of worrying you l will close by saying success to the Advance vm> tiik Republican Party*. Puss Ervin. Vivian, W. Vd. It has been very cold here for the past two weeks. Not much sickness. Work teems to he somewhat dull in the mines. We have had two very destructive i fires here in the last fe..* days. Cap tain Deviuey, hank boss at Peerless mine, had his entire dwelling and almost all his furniture destroyed. , Origin of fire, supposed to be from ! cellar. Several days after this, Mr. Buck Genniugs lost his grocery store, and furniture, including a fine piano. I do not think there was any in* surance on either. What a great mistake a person makes when in business oreven owners of lions hold goods not to pay a small sum for an insurance when from some cause a fire will start, and consume all they have on earth and they are left with out anything. There was a wreck the other day at Davy, but no one was hurt. Mr. Editor, a friend came into our home the other day and picked up the Advance and after looking it over, he remarked that there is a whole lot of good reading in this paper. I would certainly like to get up a club for it and am going to try when the weather gets better. You cannot imagine with what feel ings of pleasure I read that the smallpox was nearly gone in Ceredo. With God's help, and the citizens’ strict precautions, this dreaded dis ease has been wiped out of that good old town. I will have to tire your readers a little longer. I remember a remark I heard a good old citizen of your town make a short time before his death. lie said he never knew a person to live in Ceredo, if he half tried to make a living, but what he could get along. I sincerely believe it. I will stop as I have gotten off the subject of Vivian and took up Ceredo. Old Reaper. Dec. 13, 1003. For Rent.—The second story of the Advance building, containing four rooms, with natural ga*. Also the three room cottage adjoining Joe Davis' residence and a dwelling on Fast First street containing seven rooms and pantry. Natural gas in both. Impure at the Advance office. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought I he Christinas stocking of a prodi gal *«»u is not always tilled with a fatted calf. wanted a trustworthy gentle msn nr ImiIv In such county to mxiiHse i>u-|. • Iex- for mi Oil] r-litlillMlieil tiouxe of Hollfl rtiiHMclal Mtxiiiliii'f A Mlrnigtil iinnatUiic w-ekiy x>i Imi y oi SIH (m |ihIiI l>y che« k • net M ml tv wifli all expense- it licet from hei-d* gum ter*. v|<iii«y advanced for rxpeiiM-n. Knclo-e *<tdre»*ed envelope. Mm.Hger, ;jHO CmxIou H.dg., Chicago. 11 Nov 12w. Santa Claus is a Christmas stock king. WANTED -FAITHFUL I'KIWO'I T«» CALI, on retail trade snd xgentx for iiiaanfrtclur • i*ar hou*e tmvlug well e-tabllxhert buxine*-; local territory; xtrsigiit ».ilnry 9j11.un pulil weekly and expenxe money advanced; pre vlou* experience unnece-xxry; ismitlmi per rnnnenl; bn lne»* *ticee— fnl. Eoclo-e -ell. HddreHMeii envelope. rtiiperiiitendenl Trav •lenr W>'i Motion Hldg., Chicago llnovl2w A stocking by the chimney is worth two on the feet. For Over Sixty Yearn. MKS. WI.NMMJW’H MOOIHINO MY Kill' rm- bMfl OMNI ’<ir ovcmlxiy year* by mil lion a of mother* for their children while teething with perfect aticceaa. 11 wool tie* the child, aottena the <uina, nllaya all paln.cnree wind colic, and la the lieat remedy for dlnr rh'M. II wll I relieve I lie p >or Mttle aufT’erer iin mediately. Hold hy I rngglH.a In every pert of the world Twenlyrtve centa a lad tie. He anre and aek for Mr*. Wlnnlow’a Month ing Hyrttp, ’ and take no t»ther kind*. A Blocking with a hole in it catches no Christmas giftB. 60 different game* all new —one in each package of Lion Coffee at row Orocnc'e. J ITS BETTER AT • I. & N. LEVINE’S now is me Time TO DO YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPING. USEFUL HOLIDiF GIFTS. What, is more useful than to he remembered by your husband, wife, sweetheart, sister or brother with a nice Suit, Overcoat, Fancy Vest, Neck Tie, Muffler, Silk and Linen Hanker P jdieifs, Collars, Cuffs, Silk Suspenders, Dress j^^j^liirts, Gloves, dressed and undressed kid, silk* jand wool lined; Knit Jackets, Fancy Sweaters, ^ ^ y^ ^ ad 1 c s Jackets in the latestT^^ _^Istyle and colors, Up-to-date Shoes, genuine — ZZL^°bn B. Stetson and Hawes celebrated S3, Hat, JSuit Cases, Umbrellas and many other useful jar tides, at the lowest possible prices. I! f | |] We will help to make your Christmas a^Tl ^_^merry one by doubling the purchasing power of every dollar you spend here. fzE We pay your car fare on every $2.00 pur- r"'| | G/o • OUR MOTTO: More goods for same money, or same goods for less Money. D. & N. LEVINE, Catlettsburg’s Largest Men’s and Boys’ Outfitters, GatJeusDurQ. • - • ku“ . Never look a Christmas cigar in the wrapper. ■ . — ■ ■ ♦♦♦ - Does it Pau to buy Cheap. A cheap remedy for coughs ami colds is all right, hut you want some thing that will relieve ami cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles. What -hall you do? Go to a wanner and nore regular climate? Yes, if pos sihie; if not possible for you, then in either ease lake the only remedy | hit has Imm-ii introduced in all civil ized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles, “lioscbee’s German Syrup.” It not only heals tmi stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease, hut allays inHum* mat ion, causes easy expectoration, gives a good night’s rest, ami cures the patient. Try one bottle. Recom mended many years hy ail druggists hi the world. You can get this re liable remedy at all druggists. Price 25c and 75c. Mr llarve Lambert ami family moved to Portsmouth, Ohio, last week, where they will make their future home. ■" ■ 1 Christmas at York’s Store s' Bouton Flour, bbl. 14.50 «f j? Buckwheat “ 7 lbs. .25 p c c ? Navy Beans, pk. .f>5 *2 5 Lima Beans, 4 lbs. .26 5? ® I c*« = Lard, “ . 10i , *• l * Prunes, 4 “ .26 ® o ^ 7 Dried Apples, 4 “ .25 2 Dried Peaches, “ .10 ? Rice, A No. 1, 4 “ .26 * 2 .. w z- Can Corn, can, *10 ± * „ a. 3. Tc ma toes, 3 “ 26 « 2 * * Lye Hominy, 3 “ .26 * QC. Maple Syrup, gal. .90* * _6 $ 5 Catlettsburg, Ky | i Pumpkins, Fruit Cakee, Celery, Mince Meat. Man Proposes, God Disposes. On account of Quarantine and lthcu matism I am still in Oercdo, and will be here during the Holidays. Will Receive new goods for Christmas. Call and see them. If it comes from Shepard’s it is right right in price, right in quality, right in workmanship. T. J. SHEPARD, Jeweler, Mlllerder Block, Geredo, W. Va. I Mrs. Laurs. S. Webb, ' VlreFrMliIfnl Wonmn'ii l).m» rrwtlr f'ln>»« of Sorlht-ru Oltlo. Ml dreaded the change of life which w*» fast approaching. I noticed Wine of Cardui, and decided to try a bot tle. I experienced tome relief the first month, so I kept on taking It for ■ three months and now I menstruate I with no pain and I shall take it off and f on now until I have passed the climax." | Female weaknma, disordered I menses, failing of the womb and 1 ovarian troubles do not wear off. 1 They follow a woman to the change 1 ef Iffe. I)o not wait but take Wine I ef Cardui now and avoid the trou ble. Wine of Cardui never fails I to benefit a suffering woman of 1 any age. Wine of Cardui relieved I Mrs. Webb when she was in dan- I ger. When you came to the change ff ef life Mrs. Webb's letter will p mean more te you than it doe* I now. But yon may now avoid the I suffering she endured. I)ruggiste 1 •ell 91 bottles of Wine of Cardui. ^ yiNEo^CARDUj/ I r i» ItOpana Kara ffTimcnsfr-j F ree Trial usv TO CLf AN Mr*. Rorer Ml»» *'it •»<* *»<«•< kspy«r *«. It. Al rwrit'.!«>*' Mm. Hf n..l Inr . ,p, .11,. Vni llltM Bt( I l|M <>tlih.iarr. h<ii i it is nttj. co., its p,.. a*.., n«..t j,,. ba. Camden Interstate Railway Com puny •iTTaking effect at 4:00 a. m. Central Stand dard Tim*, Sunday, Septrmtier 25, lr)02. For the government and information of employe* only. Not an ml vert iwntent of the time of earn. The Company reserve* the right to Chang* without notice. 8TA riONS. WMTWAIU a. M. Ifnntington, I,V. 4.no Johnson's Lane " 4.08 Central City ** 443 Ceretlo ** fJQ Oakland Ave., Cat. ** 4.46 Mttcheir* " 4J3 Clyffenide Park, •* * an f'iamond, •* $Jfff Ashland, A R. 5.15 a a st wa hd. a m. Ashland, LT, 4. IS Ola tuned, 421 ilyffenide Park •* 4 1a Mitchell’* M 4J7 Oakland Ave. Cat. ** 441 t 'credo, “ 111 Central Citr, }*• 5.15 Johnson’s Lane, , ** 5.22 Huntington, “ 16