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VOLUME XX. CKREDO. WAYNE CO., W. VA., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 15. liH) ., NUMBER 12. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and 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 infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and “Just-as-good” are lmt Experiments that trille with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotio substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children’s Panaccor—The Mother’s Friend. genuine CASTORIA always The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Yearn. _ _Twt •«MT.UW OOMNWV, TT .U.MY (TMn .... Money’s Worth Or Money Back. At EE VINE’S Store. It’s not our charitable dispositou, by a long shot, that in ! duoee us to sell Clothing, Ladies’ and (tents’ Furnishings, Shoes and Hats at a loss this time every year. e re simply pursuing a reasonable aud sensible business policy. I We're determined to have a bright, fresh, new stock at the 1 commencement of every season. We’ll not offer our trade ol<l stock, carried from season to season. W e’ve got to get rid of the old before the new comes in and we re going to Sacriilce rrotit lor Policy. 5 It’s a better chance to get good Clothiug, Furnishings, 1 ‘ hoes and Hats, for a little money than you've ever had before1 I and better probably than you’ll have again. You cau't afford to miss it. Come in, and at least inspect the offerings, whether you inteod to buy or not. ft SDGGlal RediiGion ol 25 Pr>r Gent. will be given on all Suits and Trousers made to order in our 1 adoring Dep’t for the month of February. I>. & N. LEVINE, Catlettsburg Largest. Men’s aud Boys’ Outfitters, CAT LLTTSBL RG, — — KENTUCKY — ————Mmimu iiinn mu __ T. T. M DOUGAL FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENT, Ceredo.W. Ya. Subscribe for the ADVANCE. Correspondence. Holden, W. Va. Yes, all kinds of weather, that's true, But I don't think winter is broke, do you? Snows one day and rain* the next. And that’* the reason I’m always vexed. Oh! yes, Mr. Balden and Mr. Bra/.ie, Handcuffed them a negro, so I see. You bet 1 just kill that negro dead, He shan't talk to my gal, so he said. So down the stream they set their sail, And lodged that .negro in Logan jail; Now the Judge you see is not very 1 slow. And the negro soon his doom will know. Well, I expect you would prefer to rt ad the new s in a different style for a week of two, so I will try to please you all as much so as I can There appears to be considerable sickness of late. Mr. Farley is kept on the go about as much as be cares about and 1 learn lie had a tumble down a pair of stairs the other day ami it shook him up a little; but he is still in the ring. Mrs. Bickel is improving slowly and it is hoped she w ill soon be able to be about. Mr Penman is hopping on his crutches and thinks he will go to the mine in a few days. We arc sorry to report the death of ilie little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Akens, w ho passed away Tues day, Feb. 7th. No doubt she tilled their hearts with love, Hut God has taken her above; Her feet w ith angel wings shall vie, And tread the palace of the skv. I see L. T. Tharp has returned to our town and he reports his wife improving. He is talking some of moving up here. Mr. Li man, ass't superintendent, has been called away by the company to take charge of their office at (’in Cincinnati, as general coal agent. We regret to lose as good a citizen an .Mr. Liman, but are pleased to hear of his good fortune. Well, I guess the boys will have to give Mr. Weaver (the carpenter foreman) a serenade, as his wife and family are expected here every day. Now if bis family in as jolly and sociable as Mr. Weaver we will be I glad to welcome th in to our town. I hear considerable complaint .against the post-office here in regard j to the way mails are delivered when called for. Now, 1 don’t think we had best get too particular and re member that the P. M. must have a great deal of trouble to read all those names I have often seen on some of th« letters and papers. Oh! yen, the Holden train contin ues to meet the G. V. passenger train at Logan. And you can get to Holden without any trouble. The engine at the Power House in expected to roll in a very short time. The big w histle has sounded a note to the working people of our .town. It reminds me of the Old Fleetwood or Hontona. An the weather is getting colder I will clone. Hnow. Steward’ Branch, W. Va, We are having an abundance of beautiful snow. A good time for sleigh riding. They have been holding a series of meetings at Kellogg for about two weeks. Quite a number of our young people attend. Albert Koss is very ill at this writing. James Kendrick visited his parents at Merritt’s creek last week. Mr. arik Mrs. Irksy Newton will leave for Portsmouth, Ohio, in a few days to make that place their future home. P. II. Hrutntield, Dan Debord and Sylvester Hutchison visited Mrs I . II. Brumfield’s school this week. We are glad to know that Miss < allie Perdue is able to be w.th her many friends again. A party was given for the young foUs at the home of Mr. and Mr*? Harvey Perdue Saturday night. They speat the evening with g mes and musio and refreshments were served at a late hour. All went away with bright and smiling faces, Several of the Ceredo boys were seen skating on the ice here last Sunday. Walter Clark, Elgy Hite, Dan Debord, and Misses Mav and Cora Floyd, of Central City, visited the Misses Perdue Sunday. Mrs. Myrtle Newton visited friends in Central City thin week. heb. 0, 1905. Kkadkk. [The above came too late to ap pear in last issue.—Ed. j Hustler, W. Vd. Winter oontinues. Mr. and Mrs. W. Davis visited A. II. Sullivan's today. Willie Hensley and D. M. Sulli van were in Huntington yesterday. II. Davis is going to move to : Huntington shortly. Carl Davis is [ working at the shops this winter. W. E. Hensley intends to farm the coming season. Ho says he is tired of hauling feed. Eustace Davis is on the sick list W. W. Davis has returned home from his work at Wayne. The revival meetings at Mays closed last Sunday night. They had a glorious meeting. Feb. 5, 1905. Wild Bill. | If “Wild Bill’' wauls to see his items in print he or she must solid his or her true name. We omitted several of the items on this account from the above letter. Dive the nkwh. Our readers do not care if two of your acquaintenanoes are “sparking.” When they have “sparked” a sufficient time to he united in the holy bonds of wedlock and are married, then you may an nounce the fact through the columns of the Advance. — Ed | Drauston, W. Va. Mrs. Robert McCoy is in very poor health. ilarve Dean, who has been ailing for Home time with his hack, is im proving. Mr. Dean sold a nioe cow to Mr. Smith at Kenova that weighed twelve hundred and seventy-three 1 o inds. Ollio Booth, of Huntington, in visiting-his mother, who is very poorly, on Upper Dragston. Anthony Booth, who has been working at East Liverpool, came hack yesterday to g( end the remiin der of the winter with his mother. The young folks have bee.n having a nice time nleigh riding. Feb, 8, 1005. Noiiody’s F*kt. Kenova, W. Va. Mrs. Charles Silliman is Htill quite ill. Mrs. R. Ney Williams has re turned from a visit to Salt Lick, Ky. I. C. Dailey has been on the sick list for the past few days. George Reamsy has moved into one of the cottages on Maple street. Mrs. C. A. Wright, of (.’credo, was calling on friends in the city Monday. We are glad to state that Mr. C. I*. Iehle and little daughter are both much belter. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Schick have returned to their home at Roanoke, Va. Quite a number of our young people attended the dance at Ceredo last Friday night. John R. Griffith, of Manchester, Ohio, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. G. K. Osgood, Tuesday. Jack Simonton, of Portsmouth, Ohio, was the guest of friends in the city the Hrst of the week. Miss Rertha Paul and Mr. Gilbert Marling, of Ironton, Ohio, wore the guests of Miss Adah Jones Sunday. Presbyterian Sunday School in assembly ’room at Glen wood next Sunday at 10*00a. m. All are in I fifed. Prof. E. O. Saunders, Prinoipsl of our public schools, was called to Ohio last Sunday, on account of the j illness of his father. 1 he R. <fc O. carpenter forces went over this rtivision this week anchoring down trestles to m ike i them secure in case ot high water. Mrs. Aokroid, of Philadelphia, arrived here last Saturday from I i * , Philadelphia, and is the guest of her sister—Mrs. (\ 1*. luble. Feb. 10, 1906. Reporter. Announcement. Tha dest ruction by tire of the Main Building of the “Wesleyan University of Wost V irginia” at Buckbaution docs not necessitate a cessation of the School’s work. Rooms in the other buildings of the School have been assigned to the professors and the work in all class es proceeds without a day’s inter ruption. The meetings of the Christian Associations, Student’s Meetings and Literary Societies have, also been provided for. The Spring Term will commence March 15ih. A large enrollment of students is anticipated; and the work of the term in all its courses and departments will be done as repre sented in the Catalogue. The Trus tees of the School will proceed forthwith to replace the building which will be ready for the opening of the next Fall Term. Respectfully, John Wikk, President. Among the charges preferred against Judge McWhorter is one that he gave editoi Randolph, of Burnsville, the sum of $500 for cam paign purposes. 'Phis is one charge that we bet on that can’t be sus tained, for who ever heard of a candi date giving a country editor any such munitiocni sum. Live dollars is the limit, and then the candidate ex* peels the editor to give him fifty dollars worth ol advertising in re turn. The charge is preposterous, for editor Randolph with $r>0<) in his pocket all at one time, or any other country editor, would be in the crazy house before ton days. All other charges m iy bo true, but ibis one about Kitiddph, never.— (Renville Pathfinder. W. G. P. Breckinridge. Calmly, without complaint upon his lips or murmured protest in his heart, a soldier, statesman, orator, thinker, than whom Kentucky has nurtured few greater sons, has passed out of mortal presence. Whether the tongue whose ca dences men were wont to liken unto silver is hushed in eternal silence, or released from the temporary fet ters of the last malady, awakes to sing amid new and transoondant glories, we cannot look behind the impenetrable veil to see, but this much is true that neither death nor change can, for a single moment, rob his neighbors or his race of the impress of his lofty thought, nor that of the almost sublime genius of his soul. lie passed as me soldier passes, meeting the last enemy with the same stoicism, the same gallant and flashing front with which he had faced every other antagonist in hi* ■ ingulary useful and bu«y life <>i dared ever/ other danger on every other field. It ts to be regreted that voice and consciousness had been denied him when the great night gathered, as those who sal about his couch and in awe and anx iety awaited the dreaded moment were thus robbed of the whispered "good by and the responsive God speed till they should clasp bandit again according to promise. Measuring its loss by the height and depth of the single life that it gone out, the whole oominunity joins with those who feel this sor. row deepest, and the first thought of those who knew the dead and know the living i* tint of sympathy that cannot altogether be told in words; and as he passes out upon the arrn of death—the servant and not the master—to the great white camp just across on the oth >r side of ths hill whore the friendly “shade of the trees” shelters his old comrades of the deathless sixties, ; and where we are told the dead shall walk again in “newness of life” with the friends of mortal days, the leader mingles its Grief tribute, none the less sincere because hum hie.—Lexington Leader. --- - - - — - Being beautiful is an accomplish meet that is difficult to accomplish A MATTER OF HEALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure HAS HO SUBSTITUTE A Nrw Greed. I believe in cloanlinoss of body, mind and soul. I bcli •*vo mi kindness to man, wo man, child and animals. I believe in truth, becaime it makes me free. I believe in the charity that be gins at home but docs not end there. I believe in moroy as I have hope for mercy. I beliove in moral courage, be cause I am more than a brute. I believe in righteousness, because it is the shortest and best line be tween two eternities. I believe in patience, because it is the awiliust way to secure results. I believe in that kind of industry that take* an occasional vacation. I believe in tbit sort of economy that spends money for a good pur pose. I believe in honesty, not for poli cy’s sake, but for priuci pie's sake. I believe in hospitality because it puts a roof over every man's bead. I believe in obedience because it is the only way to learn bow to com mand. I believe in self-control because I want to influence others. I believe in suffering because it chastens and purifies. I believe in justice because I be lieve in (loti.—Omaha News. Pointed Pdi’duraDtis. Endurance id the fruit of endeav or. Hatred always hurts the hater most of all. Secret sins do not have secret consequences. A fool naturally thinks all other men are foolish. Our best opportunities are of the home made variety. Education gives women more words to use in talking Any fool knows what he would do were he in your place. Knights of old feared nothing but a woman's tongue. Walking delegates usually ride I at the expense of others. Soldiers who iose their heads in in battle have no use for pensions. If you would dwell in the memo* *■7 of your friends borrow money of them. A man's idea of a silly woman is one who laughs at some other fellow’s jokes. Its an easy matter to pose as a reformer as long as yon aro out of office. Tiir Smart Hkt has (airly out done itself in the March number, which marks the beginning of tho sixth year of its existence. The complete novel is “The Princess Elopes,’’ by Harold MacGrath, an author whose immense popularity is due to the fact that he is a born story-teller. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. (hi Kind Yoi Han Always Bought Old papera for sale at this office.