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— ____ _ _Devoted to Home Interests, Local and tieueral News. — ' - _VOLUME XIX. CEBEDoTwAYNE CO., W. VA., WEDNESDAY7^[AY~18ri904]~r=^====::======MTTmRE^T liver J*Ol)Blts I 1 I I I “KASSfei^SStS! I ■ i?Tel8- rt'r» »p tllf. 5on8*il»tei ■ ■ of bile. m‘a'^-v sei-retion I I "«<!?&£■yj";“'k • ,Pni„(rt,e I ■ ,e'**r and a|| „ ’ chl,,« and ■ I n^ai.<l,ontaff“ J"nw „f Hick- I V iii hri i " <ak kid- E ■ iifh claims as rf.'f 8 d'x'ase m I I i I P&IfaH'StZZS'J*’"*- I / I“e?ford-3 I IBUcir IQRAUCtJTJ Slr°eK l inrinn^j' I’-Siuh :i" • V»n • j ?*y of service a ” *? * !n t"e 1 ♦-•50, or #3.00 wil‘JftfH* •a-OO and : °n V‘e A‘oeri( arT balb’ Per day ' War‘J«» European p/a'*"’ *20° «*P ( Promotes Digcstion.Cheerfiil- fl nessnndPest.Contains neither 1 Opium.Morphine nor Mineral, M NotN.\hcotic. ??; 7*npr tffHW n-XW ZZ FTTCNEIl fl AwiSn .W ' . M-x Sentui ♦ I ii /.’ :!.du ‘«/4r— J sltu-v ■ irru f I fl Awmeu - > lit TtiH.mtxIf. i*la l Harm SrrU - 4 Cfan/ttJ. Ski Mr 1 A perferl Remedy ro r Tonstipo 8 lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea V , Worms .Convulsions,Feverish- n ness nnd Loss or Sleep. Facsimile Sitfnnlure of ._yEW* YORK. S f LXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. CUSTOM For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Thirty Years CASTOM TM« OINTAUft «0«MNT. NCW VOHI err*. j _HONE SUCH AS OURS." 1 LtND US YOUR E,flR JUST FOR A MOMENT, WHILE WE TELL YOU OF D. & N. LEVINE’S GREAT MOVE ON THE CHECKER BOARD OF FAME. IT IS CLOTHING, CENTS’ FURhSISHINCS and SHOES we arn going to talk about, but before detailing our new line let tin havo a little chat. . 1,1 13 1H'f‘ >een consumed in selecting our Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes, and to-day I , ° you earless of criticism. Suits such as vou have seldom seen, are ns finely made as the most expensive tailoring, and more distinctively stylish. While our stock is com ',77 ( °J,art^pot it is time for you to pijk cut your new suit. Early purchases permit 1 ’* 7 e pc ious and the advantage of fiist ohoice from unbroken assortments. Hee the values we can offer you fly SO LITTLE ft PRICE ftS 87.50, 10.(10, 12.50, 15.00 and 18.00 ;; I No ()11(' ( nu LndiTsoll l s and Give lv|ii<d Values. Wo desire your inspection of our up-to-now line of GENTS’ FURNISHINGS Hnappy Goods at Popular Prices - ^ Sliiits, l ndorwear, Hosiery, Neckwear, Suspenders and a Full Line of Collars and Culls. Winsome HOYS’ ATTIRE, For Indoor or Out. Original Novelties for LitMe Chaps. Fresh styles, new ideas, happy conoeits-the very • reath and life of a Boys Clothing Department. These garments are not only artistically right, but commercially right. We art? showing the goods mother* want, and selling them on a basis that they must give satisfaction. We have them from $|,00 tO $5.00. DO IT N O^V I)on t ,nkf',chnr,ce*. Be sure you are right, and buy the famous Louis A. (’rnssett Shoe*. They will do for you what they are doing for others. Double Your Wear and Have Your Money. DO IT NOW 1,1 ,rn,p wr* carr>’ n fn 11 a»‘<* Complete line of the genuine John B. Htetson and the famous Hawes Hat*, and other good cheaper brands. OUR MOTTO: A ore (roods for Hame Money, I . or *ame Good* for Les* Money. \oiir ( nr Vnre piti<I on every Two Dollar Purchase D. & U. LETIHE, CATLETTSBURG'S LARGEST MEN'S AND BOYS’OUTFITTERS. 7 CATLETTSBURC- - KENTUCKY l i ! Kenova, W. Va. I. E. Fiery is on the sick lint"this week. 4 John Osgood was in Iluntingtou Sunday. Mrs. II. Staiu'ell moved to Cere last week. Mrs. Daisy Shortle visited rela tives in Coredo Sunday. Mrs. J. C. Dailey was visiting iu Catletlsburg Wednesday. Oeo. Crossen has recovered from a severe spell of sickness. Miss Clara Kidd is the guest of her brother, Ernest Kidd. Mrs. James Harden was calling on friends in 11 nut ington, Monday. Misses Ada and Kva Jones were ' c-illing ill Catleltshurg, Monday. Miss Kachael Coe will be here next week for a two months* visit. Mr <iuntlier, of Portsmouth, () , was \isiting friends in the city Sun day. Harry Kray and James Waddle were visiting friends in Hluetiekl Sunday. Mrs. Lyd:a Lee is quite ill at the home of her daughter—Mrs. C has. Silliman. Mrs. A. O. Hayward went to Columbus Tuesday for a ten days’ visit. Mifs Lucy Smith returned Sunday from Portsmouth, Ohio, where she has been visiting friends. Mrs. Cyrus is quite sick at the homo of her daughter—Mrs. Jesse Lambert. Mrs. Charles Mongan and Miss Mary Smith were calling in Calletts burg Monday. NN ade Miller has returned from an extended visit to Charleston and I ’arkersburg. The Episcopal church has been newly painted ami presents a hand some appearance. Mrs. Will Kamsdell, and little son Dean, were calling on friends in the VPiWT A UQPlJtty, II. Burke and W. II. Waska at tended the street fair in Ashland Tuesday night. Mrs. Janies S. Leeds, of New \°r^’ vT:iH lhc‘ K,,e!,t °f her brother_ C. C. Coe—last week. James VV addle was called to his home at Rural Retreat, Va., Wednes day, by the death oi his father. I he \V allace building on Sycamore Street presents tjuite a handsome ap pearance, having been nicely painted. Mrs. C. II. Osgood and ‘laughter. Miss Emma, of Ceredo, were calling on friends in the city last week. Mrs. Ernest Kidd and children will leave Sunday for a four month’s visit to relatives at Bristol, Tennes see. Mrs. R. Ney Williams and sister, Miss Bessie Miller, were vNiting friends in Huntington the first o7 the week. i Mrs. A. L. Jackson and children, 1 of Portsmouth, Ohio, were the ' guests of Mrs. James Surface the first of the week. La*t Tuesday the Sergeant of this i place captured Bruce Overton, the colored man who escaped from the , Cabell county jail la*<t Saturday evening. He was in the aet of L boarding a west-bound freight train , when discovered and artested. Aril, officer from Huntington came flown | and took the prisoner back to the I* ('abell jail Tuesday evening. ()ver-1 , ton was incarcerated on the charge of having burglarized a drug store on I wentieth Street, Huntington. Rkportkr. ( May 13, 1904 ( Not a Mich I>ay Since. “I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble. I tried ail sorts of medicines, none of which re- ' lieved me. One dav I saw an ad. of your Electric Bitters and d«-' termiued to fry that. After taking a. few doses I felt relieved, and soon thereafter was entirely cured, ' and have not seen a sick day since. Neighbors of mins have been cured i of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles and Oeneral Debility.” This is what F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C., writes. Only oOc at. the drug store of W. M Bloss, Ceredo; or K. N. Williams, Kenova. Bruns Shoe Store (Callettabnrg)1 for all thy latest sty ice, 4Maj4w.! / ft Parable on Tobacco. i Then shall the kingdom of Satai be likened onto a grain of tobaoc< seed, which, though exoeedingh small, being cast into the earth, grew exceedingly and be came a great plant, anti spread forth its leaver rank an*l broad, so that the large and vile worms, with horns on then tails, came ami formed habitation thereon, ami did crawl all over ami leave their slime and tilth thereupon. And it came to pass in thoset'ays that the sons of men did look upon this rank ami tillliy plant, and were? very much enamoured therewith and did think it wss beautiful to behold, ami a plant to he very much desired to make Intis big and manly. And it farther came to pass that men, claiming to,be nice men, tinl pm forth their hands ami pulled the bonds ofT these filthy looking worms, and I left their bodies still sticking on the tobacco leaf, so that the leaf might j rich by the juice thereof, ami having cut these filthy plants anti smoked them, even with an ex ceedingly great smoke, ami cured and stripped and wrought the leaves into curious shapes ami forms, ami tin* sons td men gave gold anti silver for it, ami did chow thereof. And Home that chewed thereof it made nick at their stomach, and oihei-H it made their heads to arlic, and still others to vomit most filthily; but lor all this they continued to chew there of and it came to pass that those who continued to chew became ex ceedingly unmanly, ami exclaimed: W e are enslaved, ami cannot cease from chewing. «/\im 11)6 iiioiithf* of all who wore* enslaved became exceedingly filthy ami foul, insomuch a* they were seized with a violent spitting; and they did spit even in ladiu*’ parlors, and on their floors and carpels; and being wholly abandoned to the plant, they even invaded the sacred pro cinctn of the house of the Loid; and there with prayers on their lips and tobacco in their mouths, they sang and prayed, and preached, and chewed, and spattered the filthy juice on the floor of the Lord’s house, ami under flu; pews, and against the walls, and in the pulpit, and did drop quids of tohacco all over the floor of the Most High God, and would return home and say: “We have worshipped (>od today.” And in course of time it came to pass that this rank and filthy plant was ground into dust, even the stalks and stems and filth thereof, and was called snuff. And it came to pass that, ladies did make unto themselves brushes and mops, and dipped the same into the filth railed snuff, and did put these filthy mops into their mouths, and rub and scrub mightily, and spit, and sneeze, and called the same dipping. And again it came to pass that the leaves were cunningly wrought into little round rolls called cigars, and the sons of men did set fire to one end thereof, and put the other end into their mouths and suck mightily; yea, even as calve* suck and did look very grave and calf likc and t fie smoke of their torment ascended forever and forever. And the cultivation of the plant became a mighty business on the earth, and merchants ;ITi I “pecul itor* waxed rich thereby. Hut stone of the sons of men were not pleased with such conduct, but the ehewci* cared not for these things, and con tinued to chew anti spit where they listed. And still the folly continued. I mk Fairmont West Virginian philosophizes in ibis strain: “The conservative editor will enjoy his exchanges very much more when the Dawson- Peter fiasco is over. We always like to read the thoughts of our brethren when they have been Contemplating upon the shortcom ings of the common enemy, but to read half of the fulrninations of factional organs would give a fellow chilblains, ague end inilimmiti ry rheumatism, l»r< them, for pity’s sake, do let up on this double col urn, hack-action, self-destructive, Republican-destroying, miscellane ous shooting at Dawson and Teter. It is not at all elevating, but to be perfectly frank, it is disgusting ” Hruns’ Shoe Store (Catlcttsburg) make a specialty of “fine grade shoes.” t.May 4 w. | A Proclamation bu the Governor. i ______ KI. At! DAY. In pursuance of commendable custom becoming established among the States of the t'nion, which is designed to cultivate a spirit of patriotism and love of Country the lHth day of June has been observed by proclamation of the various Governors and designated as Flag l>nv, this date being the anniversary of the Act of Congress fixing the character and design of the flag of our Country. Another event of supreme interest to our citizens in the anniversary of the birth of our State. On Juno •joth wo enter upon the forty-second year i>| out history, and surely West \ irginiatiH have special reason to be grateful to Gi vine Providence for the wonderful development which has come to our State and should recognize in sotne public manner the natal day of our ('ointnonwealth. It has therefore seemed to mu ati appropri te act to commemorate both events this year in our State by observing I'I.A«. |)AY ON .lUNK 20TII. I, therefore, call upon all patriotic citizen* to give expression to their love of Country and State hy dis playing the National colors at their homes and places of business on Monday, June 20th; and I further direct that, no far as practicable, all the public school* and educational institution* of the St ate, also, display our National color* on that date. The formal ceremonies under the auspices of the State government, commemorative of the day, will take place at the West Virginia Building on the grounds of tho Louisiana Purchase Exposition, at St. Louis, on June 20th, and as many of our citizens as can do so arc cordially invited and urged to he present on that occasion. Given under my hand and tho Groat Seal of the State, at the Capital thereof, in Charleston, on this 1 fth • lay of May, A. I). JU04, and in the forty-first year of the State. Alhkim B. White. By the Governor: # \\ m. W. (). Dawson, Secretary of Stale. Doesn't lies poet Old Age. It's shameful when youth faila to show proper respect for old age, hut just the contrary in tho oaso • of Dr. King’* New Life Pill*. I hey cut off maladies no matter how severe and irrespective of old age. D\ 8pepsia, Jaundice, Fever, Constipation all yu*ld to this per fect Pill. 25c at the drug store of i VV. M BIosh, (’credo; or R. N. I Willlarns, Kenova. — COW ms, GOLDEN MILLET SEED CORN. I he highest ambition of every 1 farmer should be to secure the very best quality of Cow Peas and I Millet in order that he may have i good return for his labor. It is j truly so that whatsoever a farmer sow* that he will also reap. Poor, ♦cheap seed; poor, cheap returns. Good seed, the best iutbe market, good crop and abundant harvest 1 i* the reward. We pride our selves in keeping the best obtain* able and invite you to call and buy. It is not only our object to sell you this y»ar but also next year and next year. Good seeds has been our motto as well ae fair treatment. Du a 1 i t y considered and prices are right. You are iu* vifed to cal! and see ub. Make out your want list in groceries also and bring aloug. J. M. YORK, GROCKR, Catlettsburg, Ky.