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The Cereilo Advance. ^Entered at the post-office at Oeredo, W. Va. 9 a* second claws matter. Weiliips Uf, Huy 3, 1305. f 9^ Patron* of this paper will please send of t bis office notices or tbelr friends visiting bereor elsewhere.—Ed.1 3HESi\Pci\Kc & OHIO RftILWfty. [Time Table in effect Nor. 13th, 1 KM.] Leave Kenova k V'fimtiMo. 2:58a. m. T'ailv for tw>int* east >f Clifton For ire, and Washington, New York, Kichmond and Old Point Co nforl. Virginia. l:0£ p. m. Duly L»:tl f *r Hinton, runs only to Huntittirton on Sunday. 3:52 p. nt. Daily P. K. V. for passengers east of Clifton For ire and for Washington, New York an 1 Virr'ni t p tint*. *:rlp. m. Week Day*, to.'at for fluntiniftna. WKsrBOl’JCO. 5:49 a.m. Daily. L » • tl for Cincinnati. 12:*J a. m. Diily K. P. v’. Li mi tel, for Cincin nati connecting for the West and S. West. 1:00 p. nt. Week Days, Local for Cincinnati. Jno. D. Purrs, A. (i. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio B. K. Clawp, Ticket \irent. L( )CAL \ i:\vs. Samp Drennen, of Central City, was in town last.Sunday. Mrs. (4. Otto Drily was in Cat lcttsburg, Kv., hut Saturday. Miss Bessie Marcum has returned from a visit with relatives at Louisa, Ky. William Fca/.el, of Sciotoville, Ohio, vtas in our town on business last Friday. Dr. Fred Marcum, of Louisa, Ky., was the guest ot relatives here last Sunday. Deputy Sheriff (4. M. Johnson, «f Iverson, was a Ceredo visitor last Monday. We noticed Chapman Fry, of Whites creek, drive a spirited team through town last Sunday. Mrs. Will Cowie returned from drafton—where she has been for 1 lie past two months with her hus band who is working there—last Saturday. Carl I’eck, of the Morris-Harvey College, won the first prize (♦'20.00 in gold) at the Slate Interdenomi national contest held at Clarksburg last week. W. 11. Staley was >n town last week and did not forget /while here to make the Advance office a call Jle is one of our cash subscribers anil is always welcome. Belter he careful what you de posit on the streets of our beautiful town now One m.iti was fined la*t week by Mayor Sturgill for throw ing paper on the street. Miss M. Dean Moff it. wlio has for years been speaking for one of the colleges, will address the citizens of this community at the Congre gational church next Sunday even ing at 8 o’clock. Miss Moffat is sai l to he a brilliant woman and ai eloquent talker. Her subject will be “Missions.” Do not fail to hear her. Several persons from this place attended a praise service at the 4 ong’l church at Huntington last •"Sunday evening. Rev. J. W. Morgan, of this place, was tin* pas tor in charge of the service. Among the Ceredo people in attendance ■were Kohl. Wright, Sr., Mr and Mrs. C'has. II. Hippie, Mr. and Mrs. <»eorge W right, Mr. and Mrs. *T. T. McDoUga1, Misses Lillie Wright, Agnes Wrig'jt, (trace Ad kins and May McDougal and Messrs. .J. W. Stewart and Robert Hlack. M'llINU KASHloN > NOW IN ! ■i n:» ji/»r«im k >:i MBV AND HOYS! STROTHER MAYS SHOT And Danaerouslu Wounded bu Two TramDs at Kenova. Constable Strother Mays, who is also a police ortioer for the Nor folk tfc Western Kailway Co., was shot and dangerously wounded by two tramps at the Kenova station at about 0:45 o'clock, Saturday evening. 1 he hoboes had been stealing a ride on an N. it W. train and Mr. Mays had one of them under arrest when the other one drew a revolver and told him to release his prisoner, al the same time tir»ng. The hall hit the otticer in the right breast, making a riesh wound only, when 1 he released the prisoner and then the one he released shot him, this bullet taking affect in his left thigh. A third shot was tired, but missed. ! I he desperadoes then took to the , woods south of town and made their I escape. Mr. Mays walked to the (lleu ^ood Hotel, after having been shot, and surgeons were summoned who dressed his wounds and made him as comfortable as possible. He ; was brought to his home at this ! place in abbut three hours after the shooting and li is sulfered much since, but is getting along as well as could be expected. The ball is still in his thigh and this wound is giving him more trouble and pain than the one m Ins breast. A 4 4 calibre revolver was evidently used land the bandits shot to kill. While the wounds arc very painful, and I more or less dangerous, it is thought Mr. Mays will recover. The ones who endeavored to kill one of the best ottieers this county has ever had, were doubtless rob bers and thieves, or they would not have attempted to commit murder for being arrested for so trivial an offense as stealing a ride on a train. They had probably burglarized some store and secured the revol vers they bad in their possession. One of the assassins is described as a white man, the other colored. Blood hounds were put on their trail the morning after the shooting, but they failed to accomplish any thing. As we go to press wo learn that two persons answering the ’ description of the would-be murder ers have been arrested at Mont gomery. BASE, BALL EXCURSION - - To Cincinnati, Sunday Mau 7th, Via UlLiddpu.iKb <X ‘vinO r\diivV4U.x Putsburu Pirates vs Cin cinnati Reds. Special Excursion train leaves Kenova 4:45 a. m. Returnin'; leaves Cincinnati Fourth Sired Sla tion 7:U0 p. in Round trip rat* ♦ 1.50. Impure of ticket agents, C. it O. K y for further information. Notice to Shoe Wearer?. Mr. Edw. 1* ranked, representing The Potter Show Co., will he at the Olenwood Hotel on May 3rd and 41h a. in , with a full line of sample* of men’s, women’s and children’s foot wear. A cordial invitation is ex tended the people of Kenova and vicinity to oali and inspect them during that time. POTTER SHOE CO., Cincinnati, O. Teahers* Examination. , A Teachers’ Examination will he I held in t eredo Saturday, May 20lh. I All teachers wishing to tiecome l applicants tor positions in the Cere |«io or Kenova schools will note. Omaydt . E.VERy MAN IS ODD! But we can fit him. 8or»e m m think because they are extra tall or ex.rawule, or extra email, that th«*y can’t he fit. in ready made clothe*. It’* a mistake, w« can fit you if you can get in at our door, and our door is ex’ra wide and alwav* open to every one, and we don’t charge you double price b»cau->e you are double size. \V e are compelled to charge h little more for a very large sized garrn'mt because we pav more extra than we charge you. But we can afford to charge you lea* because when we fit an extra large man in a suit it i* nn advertisement for ii*. He will tell more people, and more people will a*k him where he bought hie suit — consequently more ndverti-^ng for uh. ' I ('or. ThTFT? Avp. and Ninth Street, HUNTINGTON. V Married. At Catleltsburg, Ky., Wednes day, April 90, 1905, Mr. Bert | Stewart, of Kellogg, and Miss Clara Davis, of Ceredo, wore united iu wedlock's holy bonds. The groom is an industrious young man, while the bride is one of Ceredo’s most charming young ladies—daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis. At the residence of the bride's parents—Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lam bert Wednesday evening, April 90, 1905, Mr John Payu *, an N? Jb NV. engineer, and Mis-* Bet tie Lambert, one of Keuova's popular young ladies, were united in wod loek Rev M. A. Banker, former ly pastor of the Kenova M. E. chureh, performed the ceremony in a pie is’tig and impressive manner. , The newly married oou( le have al reaily gone to housekeeping, in one of I>r. Peters’ dwellings. Familu Kcceluts. Bring your family receipts to the 1 lorentiiie Drug Store and have them compounded. In the spring time you need something to purity the blood and cleanse the system. We always have the purest and freshest drugs. Florentine Drug Store, W ild Boelte, Huntington, W . V a. I lie hp worth League of the Cere do M. K. church will give a literary entertainment at the church next Friday night, at >7.: 30. 'Phe cntei-j lainuient will be followed by aj social at the home of Mrs II. M . Files. ’Phe Wesley Chapter of 1 ronton, Of io, will be the gnosis of the home League and will ; be represented on tIn* evening’s program. A pleasant and profitable time is anticipated and a cordial invitation is extended to everyone to be present and spend the evening with the League. Why pay one cent a day—$3.05 cents a year—for the Cincinnati Post, when you can secure both the 1 Post and the Ckkkdo Ahvanck for only $2.50.' Apply at this office, before this extraordinary offer is withdrawn This offer will apply to new subscribers and old ones paying up all arrearages and for one year in advance. Kev. Itichard Woods, of Hunt ington, preached a sermon to Ceredo Lodge, No. 127, I O. O. F., at the M. K. church last Sunday evening. A large audience listened to a good discourse. Quite a number of the iiiemb is of ihs outer were present from Central City ami Huntington. W. W. Marcum has placed a stock of cigirs and confect ioiieries in the tin.idmg on the corner of M tin and “1» ' streets recently va cated ny A .1. Nunn. Mr. Nunn Having m°ved his restaurant and grocery to the liank building. Wilson Griffith will move to i'credo in a short time, his famil) having arrived herefrom \V llm »re, McDowell co inty, last week. They will occupy tin* dwelling rcoen'ly vacated by Air. Stark on Mam street. Henry VV. Adkins visited his father, W'illiaui Adkins, who is afflicted with rheumatism in his load and is unconscious at times, last Sunday. Mr Adkins has not lieen well since the death of his w ife. - - -■ — Head the new advertisement of Fred Bruns Jk, Son on first page. This fir u keeps a splendid line of shoes. < apt Frank Mott is at home. 10 SPECIAL SALE DAYS 81 Carpenter’s Bi store. Ten day* -brjinnina Msdnesdau Mju 3rd. Ell lino S iturdju, Mju 13th. jen davs toll of Surprise Specie's new o|T«*rii>gs frequently, throughout the sale.— Ion day* of great opivirfunity for *hr«wd *hopp -? or th no who are looking Mr dependable merchandise at most reasonable prieoe. There will tv> I wish hsolavs of now s»glm and special hargaiu* will ho so conveniently arrange I and price niirkeJ as to m ik* your shop ping quick, pleasant and profit ih'.e. Here is some of the bargain news, hrietlv told: ui- t 1C u iaj ■ ' \ n YhM hlomhin) Women s,5c Hose Women s Casino Sailors Cannon Cloth NMluieLt nt I Of* f ' ' ,* K"t.« . ... 4, ” C\» *. .-v Indian lt»ad« mid ) lisp Sj |0 S l.fl8 toMutiy I'n , W nnien'ft 27,,» ranla, vnrit wide, Wntten** Fancy Tuscan Ha’s JL'1 "* m ' Silk ShM Waist Suits 10c $S.9S and si 1.9 s Si 49 V.J jl" ",ls' , ' • ' s •' ' ■ w J8iBVlWln%' w Chlna Baltins Corded Jao Silks Our huav shn« o(* M,s° unimiy *> o»nii#y»nl department kmvcn you 7c pur pair llempi'irpt* „t IOC "n!>‘ La Mode” Hats Frea Skirt Hangar M*° _ of,.,*,,!!!™ ", ,u KK.!.raivHy:,kv,,cVo!n v."vv,m,,c v b0c °Y9ra,,s — .* >LJ> ' in * ‘Aft. ' rm*. $0c Big Lot I BaVtfHtintn U dor.*u !Oc (>ic I2}C Children’s Hats White Underskirts LawtiH at ,onnls,HtriucH nr tig- • •> daintily trniimed wilt, tk^/, >,r,» on white or colored grout, N. 50c 75g 98g $1.25 $1.50 Ihoh or em'iroldery *' Jo Mlartllnu Values 45 Inch Carina Lustrine Men's Welts ' Embroideries BUCX XTMGaoa ,i ,,™- " 111 III- 1110151 llll OXrilHIM JC o'C 4tC OJ *9 Hi i New tune, blacks patent* ~ie«to ion to soo. 25c Voile, Gremora i VitK.i'Z' __or Wool Cnallle at 15c % *2-501111,1 S3-00 Women's Neckwear Wlei7i1’‘11 uh u 25 i Linen Gingham n.-wcm Hiyiesat Sailors and Turbans amis,.7.1 mi"P * • , - 5c 10c 15c 19c 25c w‘"' 75c vr, uTi*,,s',., i Men’s 50c Shirts 25c Underwear ami 'tami^M|!rlp^l . dress styles wit n or Heveral lots, cream pink, |(L, Heavy Lines l»>(* wlthootcollars__and bine, all wines, !♦"(» All Men's Kite lot , Men's 50c Suspenders j*J- 39c ** ! 50c Underwear New LISLK or »1 LK. SllSPCIl(l6l S a* IOC. Heveral Iota, all slses, plain or fancy Knit •> 1„ 1 or Halbriititaii *11 ’v Newspaper type car.’t do these special olTeriugs justice. You are earnestly counseled by us to lake speedy advantage of these mighty specials. Visit our stDre to-day—come often, it will bo profitable for you.* Ask for car fare when purchases arc $2.00 or more. , W. (t. Huhl/one, lock tender of ' loek number one, Bio Sandy (liver, has heen notified by I'. S. Bon I, first lieutenant of Corps United Stubs Knjjtne°rs, that he has been appoint ed inspector of construction of Lock number one, l.evisa Fork, appoint ment to take effect at once, I’nis will mean a substantial increase of sal ary for Mr. Ratbbone, as well as for fiis successor, VVin. Crabtiee, who his heretofore filled the posi lion of assistant lock tender at the lock here. Mr. Hull hone will as sume the duties of tils new position in the very near future.—Catletts hurt? Press. Mr. Hithhone visits our town . quite frequently and is known to many of our readers. YVe con- | graiulate him on his promotion. 1 Before You Purchase Any Other Write rHI NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE COMPANY ORANQC, MASS. Many Sewing Machines are made to sell regard* ess of quality, but the “ Mew Horne ’* Is made o wear. Our guaranty never runs out. We mane Sewing Machines to suit all conditions )f the trade. The “Mew Home” stands at the lead of all if Ish-vritde family sewing machines Mold by nut liorlz«-<l dealers only, ro* sacs sv Jamkh M. Richardson & Co., General Agents, Cleveland, Ohio. J Ga vests, and Trade-Marks obtained, andall Pat-f ientbutmc * conducted for Moderatc rrte. « (oca Oerice is Oeeoe»Tt li s. P.tcmt Orrict* } and we r an »e< i:re patent h Its* tiine thru tliowj' a remote from W ashington. i J Send rr ■ 'del, drawi w or ph.it >., with dr - rip-4 Jtlon. We advise, if pilen'able or r.ot, fit® of} /charge fhir fee not due till patent l» — ued. J ) A PfcOPMirr, "How to Obtain Pa*“» with) } cost of saoi'- in the IJ, S. and fore .. cr unities I /sent free. Address > jC. A. SNOW &GO.! f 0*»f Patcnt Orrict, <* j » s e - MM ft Bargain tor farmers. The New York Tribune Farmer, | a national illustrated agricultural , weekly of twenty 1 irge illustrated! pages, lias no superior as a thorough ly practical and helpful publication tor the farmer and every member of the family, and the publishers are determined to give it a circulation unequalled by any paper in the United States. Knowing that every enterprising, up-to-date farmer always reads his own local weekly• newspaper, The* New York Tribune Farmer has made an exceedingly liberal arrange ment w hich enables us to offer the tvro papers at so low a price that no farmer can afford to lose the oppor tunity. I he price of The New York Trib- 1 une Farmer is $|.C0 a year and The ( credo Ai»vav< k $1.00 a year, but both papers will fie lent for a full year if you forward $1.30 to The Ahvantk, ("credo, W. Va. Send your name and address to The New \ <»rk Tribune Farmer, New York Uity, and a specimen copy of that paper will be mailed to yon, ! i q„: kit „v • f» i, r.i-r . ..H". frr-o '« I,or mi Infimnn l« prohnblf fmt«i»ahl«*. « ilMmjntcn. Mi>lm«(- r I It ■ 'ill ii'fnl. lt«i';lnM)l(0l’ill<1lM M>iif fr» (i i>« «t n*»m y tor witIpu ( I’ .!■ mu • ucn (lifMil'll it'n.i ,c < <», rti air# , tpxi.»/• < / », wilt.' .trl.’- til t' Scicstafic American. A bmi liK nlr flJn-ttatMl wPT -lr. |rf»rc«it, rlr. i'il.i' -.'p - f kpt •••imiinic J< iriiTi. 'rpriim. f.l a ft t ; four lK.'itli*.ft Holit by nil nPWK<1n«!<'r». MUNN & Cc 3618r*arfway, New York Branch om. «. «i F Bt.. Waubtnaton. U. C. liev. J. VV. Johnson, of Malden, 1 was a ( credo visitor last Thursday. ♦ • ♦ A |»retfy uirl is usually more I ornamental than useful. > ■ >> * CO > ■ Q Flour Delivered to W. Vai. We are exceedingly anxious to favor our West Virginia friends in flour and make the following proposition to anyone living on or near the car line, or to anyone with a wagon from the country who wants IVur delivered across the bridge over Big Sandy to their team. We will sell you a barrel of Extra Fancy Patent flour for 10-26 delivered to end of bridge or to any station on car liue be tween this poiut and Huntington, W. Va. This offer to remain in force as long as the present lot o flour lasts. First come, first served. A. M. YORK, The Cut Price Cash Grocer, CJitleUsbiirg, Kent in ky. Glubbinu Aranuement. We have made arrangement* whereby all ear friends and patron* can secure both our own i pajier and Bon ,TaVi/OH’s Maua/.i* * i<»r the small «itm of 91 75 for both for one ydar Yott need our paper for the local new* essential to jronr interests and for the new* of the day. You need Boa T.t yi.or'* M aiiavisk for it* litera* lure; for the Taylor doctrine of “Sunshine, Honif and la*ve;“ for If* Inspiration to Higher ideal*; for it* influence* in the home circle. If > oil w*nt these in such permanent fo. m that V't can preserve them, and a fea*t of other good things every month, (fire u* yonr sub* |-< ription. f 1.75 covers cost for one year. Ad* dre*s. I.KRKDO A I»V AXCK,Ckkriao, W. Va, < > i <! Mi IM I 1 irk* *t'i>ina u i pretty accurately the kitnl of , 1 of hi* 1 Alma a.-* n thi ..'.rent'; by mu!, ;i) cfnt'