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- VOLUMK XIX. _CEREDO, WAYNE CO., W. VA„ WEDNESDAY, APRILS.1904. ~ NUMBER 22. Try for Health 222 South Peoria St., Chicago, 111., Oct. 7, 1902. Eight months apo I was so ill that 1 was compelled to lie or sit down nearly ail the time. My stomach was so weak unJ upset that I could keep nothing on it < and I vomited frequently. I could not urinate without gr**at pain and I coughed so much that Q my throat ami lungs were raw I | and sore. The doctors pro- I nouneed it Bright's disease and 9 others said it was consumption. I It matter**! little to me what £ they called it and I had node- If sire t > live. A sister visited me I from St. Louis and asked mo if I I iiad ever trod Wine of Cardui. b I told her I had not and sho bought a bottle. I believe that it saved mV life. I believe many Sb women could save much suffer ing if they hut knew of its value. g </_ Don't you want freedom from pain? Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to be well. You do not need to be a weak, helpless sufferer. You can have a woman’s health and i do a woman’s work in life. Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist to day? WlME CftRDUl I ——— The Palace Motel, Sixth and Vinj i Street*, Cincinnati, is a gem in the way of service at rates, *2.00 and ♦2.50, or *3.00 with hath, per day on the American plan, *2.00 up. | wards, European plan. The Kind You Have Always Bought, nml which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of ■» and has been made under his per ■ sonal supervision since its inl'am y. ( * Allow no ono to deceive you In tills. All Counterfeits, Imitations and “Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the lieaftli of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paro gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms nml allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ami Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE OASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. Keen is the word that describes LKVINFN Clotliiu The Garments whose collars and shoulders are there to stay— _the material where ir belongs I N ______ Gentlemen of Taste and Discernment Will he quick to appreciate flip extreme stylish ness of tile Suit shown in the picture it is The Royal Sack, three-billion, full chested and broad in the TATF^TVflmTr shoulders, made in all the popular Summer fah- tfrf, x, G as-*6 rkof v*"*™ tills, [XClal Sale lot ThN UAY.> ter satisfaction than comes with Hats offered at nearly At so low ^ fl twice the price. <3-—5 a price «8 W ■ v Iq Fob, Sale By (g* sphere is nothing in the style, fit, fabric or tailoring of this Suit that would puggept the idea that it wa* a Ready-Made ’—On the other hand, there i« everything in the appearance and quality to suggest the highest ciaee of Merchant Tailoring. Our Children’s Department Is complete with the Newest, Nobhieet and ( p-to-Date Suite for the Itoyp, made by the beet firms in this country, at exceedingly Low Prices. T° impre-e upon you the necessity of a vis.it to our store we direct attention to our large stock of Spring and Summer SHOLS, and we are confident we can make your visit a profitable one. \\ ith a ke*n eye to the wants of the people we are now prepared to show you a full and well selected assortment of the famous Louie A. Crosset custom-made Shoes in Coro na Patents, Patent Colts, Velour and Vici Kid, at $2.60, $3.00, $3 60 and $4 00 Sis I I si I m \Vo carry a full and complete line of genuine John B. Stetson and € # the famous Hawes Hate, and other good cheaper brands. Your Car Fare paid on every Two Hollar Purchase D. & N. LEVINE, CATLETTSBURG’S LARGEST MEN'S AND BOYS OUTFITTERS. CATLETTSBURC - - KENTUCKY CORRESPONDENCE. Walker’s Branch, W. Va. Mrs. P. 11. Brumfield was visiting her mother— Mrs. A. »\ Hutchison —Iasi Sunday. James II. Perdue, who has been on the s.ek list, is improving. Henry Perdue has a very sick j child. Horn, to M r. and Mrs. Sylvester Hutchison, a son—a tun pounder. Kdward Hutchison was visiting his brother—J H. llutchisou—at l.avalette last Friday. Mbs Marge Jessie was visiting Mrs. Nelson MoKeanil last Thurs day. M rs. Georgia Plymale was a guest of Mrs. James A. Darling last Wednesday. Oi.d Crow. April 27, 11*04. Dir.k-son W. Va. In last week’s paper you ask if the fruit is killed. 1 answer, ves in this section. We ba.e had a very wmter-liko April. If we were not so well accustomed to fruit failures it would go pretty hard with us. We will have to depend on pump kins and tomatoes again. The past week was an excellent one for work and our farmers are vigorously preparing their lands for corn. 1 never knew so many empty cribs and hay mows at this season before. Our people seem determined that it shall not be so again. Lee S. Dick has gone into the poultry business again. He found his lost fowls on Reuben's Branch, a place famous for poultry thieves. One of the “gentry” is now in limbo on account of this theft. The neigh borhood around Reuben’s Branch has been terrorized by these theives for several years. Dan Patch. Apr. 23, 1004. Crete, W. Va. Health is generally good in this locality. Farming is the order of the day and Jack Frost makes his apj earance every morning. C. W. Keck is blcrsed with con sidorahle lire over his farm. J. E. Stephens has gone to hard work. Uncle John says it is high time for some others to take up the cross and follow on. The Biincum Fine & Lumber Co., of Miller's Fork was organized April 10th with C. W. ('yruw head sawyer; Elisha Blankenship, block setter; Calvary Boss, fireman; Ben Blank enship, off bearer; John VV . Blank enship, saw dust shoveler; F. M Blankenship, time keeper and chief gauger. All the above named are stockholders in the saw mill here and have recently purchased said mill from W. S. Copley. Elmer Stephens is building a fence around his dwelling and has almost completed the work. He has six posts set. Sunday school every Sunday at Crockett with James F. .Mills Supt. Will close with best wishes to the Advanck and the readers of the pa per. Coming. April 22, 1004. Dunleith, W. Va. It seems as though old pap winter is loth to leave us, as most every day he is seen here flirting with Miss Spring. John Haynie is giving Merchant Johu M. Flymale’s store house a new coat of paint. George Rader died at his home near here on Buffalo Creek Friday evening, the l/ith inst., after an illness of over a year. I le was taken to the hospital at Huntington about a month ago, but the doctors could do him no good and his family brought him home a few days Indore l he died. He leaves a wife and | children who have the sympathy of j ! this neighborhood. Ed. V. Roberts has moved his family from this place to his farm on Hay nie Branch. Ed. is a protese i ional railroader and works on the new road on Big Sandy river. Fred ami Albert Riggs and Roy Maynor, small boys of Brownstown, j were up before ’Squire Rowe one j day this week on a reform charge, j [ They were dismissed as tbe evidence j I wa* not sufficient to oonvict them. John Haynic says the peach crop in thi* section for 1904 i* dead. IT ucl* Guy IMymalc, *o tlu* boy* *ay, want* to marry again. While he won’t own it he say* he feel* a* young a* he u*v«l to be aiul he can step higher, longer ami lighter than any man of hi* age in (.'credo Di* tr*ct- Uncl* Plunkbt. April 18, 1904. Shoals, W. Va. Frank Starkey i* visiting home folk* thi* week. There wa* a baptizing at this place last Sunday. Several were baptized and a large crowd of peo ple were present. Our people are getting Beared again about smallpox, na thero are caaoB near uh on Camp Creek and at Luvalette. A large bell crowd was heard in our town one night last week. .Joe Heogel has moved bis family to B. Carroll’* property just below the Shoals. B- F. Gibson’* property is now occupied by G. II. Qibeou and family, We Understand that Frank Do Foe and Mis* Jotlie Halo wore married last week. Latkr. Last Saturday about 1 o’clock fire caught on the roof of H. B. Gibson’s dwelling, but as help was soon called, it was extinguished with little damage. Lam Watts, of Ceutral C’ty, visited relatives at tins placo last Sunday. Miss Josio Malcolm, of Dun leith, visited her uucle, B. Sproch er, last Saturday. Aaron Aprechor made a flying trip to Orwlo lust week. Mirt« AunaCibson left lust Sun day evening for Central City for u long visit with relatives. We now have h nice foot bridge across Twelve Pole at this place, as Ned Irby has put his raft in the water for the summer, or until more rain. More anon. Ru e Hell. April 25, 1901. Will Branch, Near Gercdo, W. Va. Spring is here at last. The farmers are all busy at work getting ready for another crop. We are all glad to see Spring at Mill Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rakes made a dying trip toCercdo last week. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Malone, of Wilmore, McDowell county, are visiting Mrs. Malone’s sister, Mrs. John Ward, at Coal Branch this week Miss Maggie Hatton was visaing relatives and friends at Walker’s Branch last Tuesday and Wednes day. Mrs. Ferrel Stafford and son— h red, of Hickory Branch, visited Mrs. Oliver Hatton la-t Wednesday. Miss Ethel Miller was calling on the Misses 11 alien .Sunday. Quite a number of Mill Branch boys were calling on the young ladies last Sunday. But they forgot this was Leap Vcar. Mil. Sam Dock Smith has been sick for several days, but is better at the present time. Bob Thomson, who lives near Mill Branch, has been working for James Swanson for the past week. Joe Stafford, who has been work ing on the new Rail Road, was visiting his family Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Liza Dishman, who has been sick for several weeks with the grip, is reported to be better. M iss Annie Jessie, of Walker’s Branch, was visiting friends on Mill Branch last Monday. Bill Johnson, of Ky., 1 as moved on the Nelson MeKcand farm. Tom Kvick, of Ceredo, was call ing on Oliver flatten last Tuesday. Quite a number of Mill Branch boys are working on the new N. tfc W.* Rail Road. That’s right, boys, be a railroader if you can. Mr. and Mrs. R. Perdue, of Walk er’s Branch, have been siek several days, hut are better at. the present time. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Masters were ’calling on their unolc and aunt—Mr. and Mrs. II. Tboiusou—last Mon day ami Tuesday. There was a baptizing at Docks creak Easter Sunday. ’There were three baptized and a young gentle man whose name we will not meti t-on led his horse into the water and baptized himsolf. 'The ;t who were baptized wore Mi*s Susie Walker and brother John and Millard Thack er. Mrs. R. Perdue and Miss Maggie Hat ten were calling on friends at Dunlciih last Monday. W’e will oloae wishing the Ai>« VANck success. We remain as ever II-1 Ei.mtlDUK. \ April 18, 11)04. Kenova, W. Va. Mayor York was in C.itlcttsburg Tuesday on business. Mrs. < buries Mongol) was visiting in Cat lellsburg last week. Mrs. T. II. Baldridge was a caller ’ at Catloltsburg last 'Tuesday. Cb&lmer Davis, of Portsmouth, was a Kenova visitoi Sunday. Will Cowio, of Cercdo, was look ing after business here Monday. Mrs. .1. W. Railt returned Satur day night from a visit to Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Baugh spent a few days in Cincinnati this week. S. F. Hoard, of (’credo, was seen on our streets the first of the week. John Osgood visited relatives and friends at Portsmouth, Ohio, Sun day. Marry Capell, of Portsmouth, was a business visitor to our city Satur day. Mim Josephine lllton is visiting her brother, K. M. liiton, at Wlutes Crock. Mins Mary Dirmond, of Ashland, was railing on friends here this week. \N ado Miller visited friends in Charleston the latter part of Jnst week. Mrs. Shirk, of Roanoke, Va., is visiting her husband at the Glen wood. Lewi* Chisholm has accepted a position with Contractor John O’Kelley. Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Gibson, of Huntington, were visiting friends here recently. Wade Miller ii attending to C. C. Coe’s duties at the hank in tho laitor’s absence. Claranoc Davis, formerly an N. W. employe, whs here this week visiting friends. Miss Bessie Miller was the guest of .Miss Julia Hoard, at Ceredo, the first of the week. C’apt.% Wash Davis and W. G. Rathhonc, of Catlcltsburg, were hero this week. M rs. Myrtle Peters was visiting her si>ter, Mrs. Tenney Newman, the first pf the week. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kiton, of W bites Creek, are the guests ot Mrs. D. J, Gurney this week. Hon. Joseph S. Miller attended the Democratic convention at Charleston Tuesday. Gay, the little daughter of Mr. and Mr«. II. If. Borders, is quite sick, with whooping cough. Mrs. Kate McKinsey and Mrs. Jean Post, of Waverly, Ohio, are the guests of Mrs. B. K. Clapp. Tuesday night burglars entered the residence of Charlie Smith and secured some money and valuables. Miss Myrtle Cyrus t>as a position as stenographer with the Metropoli tan Life insurance Co. at Hunting ton. 1^. II. Borders, who has gone in to the mercantile business at New Vienna, O., has been here the last few days. C. C. Coe was called to Stockport, New York, Saturday to attend tho funeral of bis mother. She had been ill for some time prior to her death. t^iiite a number of Kcnova peopled attended the King’s I daughter’s social given at the home of Mrs. C. A. Wright at Ceredo Friday evening. Burglars entered the residence of J. II. Lambert, cor. of Pine and 12th streets, and secured about seventy tive dollars ($75.00) Tuesday night. Reporter. Apr. 22, 1904 r J : - -rj