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Devoted to Home Interests, Local and General News. » ^ ^ VOLUME XX. CKREDO» WAYNE CO^W. VA.» WEDNESPAY» JULY 12, 1905._ NUMBER 3J.3 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. H. MEEK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WAYNE. W. VA. Will practice la Wayne and adjomlni conn tie*. J. R. UIESKE, Architect, Ceredc, W. Va. Office at Hoard Brick. W. W. MARCUM, Attorney-at- Law, Ckiiedo, \V. Va. Will practice In all the conrtsof W. 'a Boyd and I.awrence county. Kv . J. c. GEIGER, M. I)., —practice limited to— Eye. Ear, Nose ami Throat. Cor. 9th St. aud 4th Ave., Huntington, - - W. Va. DANIEL WRIGHT, Painter “PaperHanger Ceredo, W. Va. ■A.Work done In the beat style and at reasonable prices. Paints and Wall Papei for sale. J. S. CROSSEN, Justice of the Peace and Notary Public, City Hall, Kenova, W. Va. > W. H. ADKINS, THE BARBER, GUARANTEES HIS WORK TO GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION. Goto his shop and get a clean shave and a nice hair rut and you will look ten year* younger. Hhop near corner of “B” and Male street*.Ceredo. W. Va. T. T. McDOUGAL, Fire and Life Insu rance Agent, CEREDO, W VA. Represents Strong and Reliable Fire companies and an old-line Life company that gives large dividends aud issues splendid pol icies. tt. J. PRICHARD, W. S. NAPIER, Sc. President, Vice Presid ent E. F. PRICHARD, Cashier. W»m®co«nn®B»ii|/ WAYNE. W. VA. I\ Capital Stock, $25,000. Designated Depository of State Funds Interest Allowed on Time De posits. We have supplied a long felt want, and ask the public to rn-o(iite home enterprise b) giving u*their patronage. Will do a General Banking business and extend fair and courteous treatment to all Accounts of individuals. Arms and corpor ations are solicited. Small deposits receive the same attention as larger ones. A dollar deposited, is a dollar saved. Directors: B. J. PRICHARD, W. S. NAPIER, Sr. D. B. HARDWICK. E. F. PRICHARD, J. W. LLOYD. Camden Interstate Railway Company •♦“Taking effect at 4:»*•» a. m. Central Stan d dard Time, Sunday, September ZR, IWZ. For the government and information of employes only. Not an ad vertiscment of the time of cars. The Company reserves the right to Change without notice. STA ITONS. WESTWARD A. M. Huntington, LV. . 4.0C Johnson’s Lane *• 4.(4 Central City * 4.1* Ceredo *• 4.> Oakland Are., Cat. " «. 4.4' Mttchell’s •* 4.53 Clyffeside Park, “ «.pC Diamond, *• S.CK Ashland, AR £.1* EASTWARD. A. M. Ashland, LV, 4.1* Diamond, 4.23 ITlyffeside Park *• 4.30 Mitchell's ** 4.17 8akland A ve. Cat. “ 4'4 eredo, . ** i/j Central City, •• *.jj Johnson’s l«ane, ** *.22 BaaUagion, • 5.35 \ Correspondence. Kenova W.Va. Miss Bertha Paul, of Ironton, was J visiting the Misses Jones, Sunday, j Miss Virginia Randolph is visit ing friends in Columbus, Ohio, this we* k. Miss Lillian Adkins was visiting friends at Miltou, the first of the a eek. K. R. Wilkerson, of Portsmouth, was calling on friends here Tuesday, the 4th. Jas. T. Clark was called to Ash land on legal business Wednesday morning. Master Everette Pnrtlow, of Wil lard, ivy., is visiting his uncle, R. E. Partlow. The Tri State “Clyffeside” Chau tauqua attracted many of our citi zens the 4th of July. Mr. ami Mrs. James Shank and family left Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Maryland. Mrs. Harry I'apell, of Portsmouth, and sisters, Miss Anna and Mrs. Johnson, of Florida, were the guest of Mrs. Hcrberliu and lamily Sun day. About twenty-five friends were present at the Fourth of July picnic given by Miss Mary Peck, at her home Tuesday evening. Delicious refreshments of all kinds were served and the evening was spent very enjoyably. Killed, Thur&dau Morning. A man named George C. Brown, of Knoxville, Tenn., while on his way to Kenova to work on the N. & W. bridge, in jumping off a C. <fc O. freight train about daylight yes terday (Thursday) morning fell under the train and almost the en tire train passed over him. His body was terribly mangled having been cut into many pieces. He was a single man, aged about 33 years. The accident happened just east of the underground crossing in the western part of the city. The man had on his person several re ceipts, but no money. Harry Donaldson, of Illinois, was with the unfortunate tuau when the fatal jump was made, but he went on to Huntington and returned here on the passenger train iu about an hour to find his traveling compan ion’s remains torn to pieces and scattered along the railroad track. The authorities have concluded an inquest was not necessary and have wired the authorities at Knox ville in regard to Mr. Brown’s rela tives, in order to know what they <lesire done with the body, but at the time we go to press (Thursday evening)no answer has been re ceived. July T, 1905. Reporter. Stcneoa. Va. Dear Ed.: —Here we come again. We are having some sunshine, but plenty of rain in this section. A terrible shower of rain fell this even ing and several trees were blown down during the rain and wiod storm. The people of oar camps are very busy planning where to spend the coming 4th. Clyde I’annel, one of onr noble en gineers, and family left last week for a two weeks’ vacation to be spent among relatives in Wythe county, Rev. Cowan and Proshoitte gave a very favorable report in regard to their Sunday School which has re cently organized in the eastern part of town. Last Sunday they had an enrollment of seventy children, and the prospect for an increase next Sunday is very promising. The colored people baptized sev eral of their nnrnber yesterday and had a nice day for the occasion. Mrs. Capt, Price, of Middlos l>orgho, Ky., spent Sunday with her son Max (our trainmaster) and . wife. lames Rocker, one of Dorchester’s ball players, who helped to lower the colors of Stonega hall team Saturday, spent Sunday with friuud* i here. Jirn was giving the hoys the laugh about the game, hut the Stonega boys will cause him to laugh the other way on the 4th of .1 uly. G. 1L Williams returned Monday ' after a very pleasant vacation with home folks at Lebanon, Va. Geo. is looking tiue after his trip away from the coke smoke. A very sad accident occurred at No. 2 tipple last Friday evening. W hile they were loading coal, in • dumping one of the cars, a lump of 1 coal weighing about twenty lbs. j fell from the tipj le and struck Daddie Pugh, foreman of the tim ber vard force, on the head and! shoulders knocking him unconscious.! He was at once removed to tin*! Hospital w here l)r Kdmonds dressed ] the wounds. We are glad to state at this writing' that the old gentle man is dome tine. I he most interesting game of ball this season was the game played be tween I)orohester and Stnnega the 24tb inst., on Stoiiega-*’ beanti lul diamond about a mile and a half from town. Notwithstanding the fact that the weather was threaten ing atm rain falling at intervals all during the afternoon, there were over two thousand people witnessed the game, which Dorchester won by | the score of 5 to 2. All the ground was rather soft on account of rain. There were some very brilliant playing done on both sides. Ed. 'Taylor, for the S. team carried off the fielding honors, his one handed catch of a liner in the 7th inning, completing a double play and re tiring the side, was about as neat a piece of fielding as the writer has ever seen. Lynch, for the visitors, easily carried off the batting honors. It was a good clean game and every one was well pleased with the splen did order on the ground during the game. It is a tight now between Big Stone Gap and Dorchester, which plays Stouega on the 4tb. This wasStonega's first defeat thus far this season. Messrs. Polly, Caspers and Ash bury spent Sunday in Big Stone Gap. Miss M. E. Johns spent Sunday with relatives in Norton. Rev. Father Vincent left Sunday night to spend a week or ten days in Alabama. A representative of the River Side tailoring Company was taking orders in the store last week for suits, and from the number of measurements taken it looks verv much like a few weddings here in the next few weeks. Will close by adding that we wish the Reporter’s editor and many readers a happy and glorious Dusty. July 20, 1005. Base Ball. Tuesday, July the 4th, a base ball team made up of Kenova and C’eredo boys, went to Wayne and celebrated Independence day by crossing bats with the team at that place. In the sixth inning a heavy shower of rain, lasting about twenty minutes, drove the bojs from the field, leaving the ground too muddy to finish the game. The score stood 13 to 4 in favor of Wayne. It seems as if the umpire’s weather eye must have been effected by the com ing shower, from the decision hand, ed down to our boys. The boys certainly must have bad a good time after the game, while waiting for the train, which was thirty five minutes late, and then one of the boys who lingered too long casting “goo goo” eyes at the fair sex, was left behind, and the others eame home with girls on the brain. The team deserve great credit for the courtesies shown the boys while there. We understand the next game between Wayne and Kenova is to be played at Kenova. Citu ot White Tent*. When the numerous big tents of the Great Van Ambtirg Show' are | itched upon the show ground, it ' makes a city of white tents, all of which are filled with the greatest attractions which money in the; hands of experienced agents can se cure. In the cages are to be Been i the w ild animals from the jungles of Asia, in the side show annex the freaks and curious people from all parts of the globe, and in the big tent the finest performers and filn-' niest clowns that ever graced the saw dust arena. Don’t forget the great free street parade in the fore noon. The show will give t<4o per formances in Kenova on July 14th, one in the afternoon and one in the! evening. See the large bills. i EVERY SUNDAY Excursions To Cincinnati Via G. & 0. In order to afford better accommo dations the C. it O. will run their Sunday Excursions to ('incinuali every Sunday during the Summer season until further notice. Low rates aud prompt schedule of trains will prevail. ('all on your agent for full infor mation . The Great Van Amburu Show. Our citizens will soon have au op portunity of visiting one of the good shows of the country. The (treat \ an Amburg Show will pitch i’s tents in Kouova, on July 14th. The show promises to come this year larger and better than ever before. 1 he many • up-to-date features presented by this show are novel and startling. The horses ami trained ponies are the best. Elephants, camels, lions and a large collection of trained aniu%Is are to bo seen in the grand street parade, in the forenoon '«T the clay of exhibition. Let It Be Dammqf; The West Foik is ruiMl££.'4ow and there is need to hurry up that dam while there is some water to be dammed. If not the people may be found damning the dam, because it dammed no water. And there would be no consolation either, in that event by damning a dam that did not dam. At any rate it is go ing to be a case of dam and damn, and so let’s have the dam with dammed water, rather than a damned dam without any dammed water.— Clarksburg Telegram. The Diamond Cure. . The latest news from Paris is that they have discovered a dia mond cure for consumptiou. If you fear consumption or pneumo nia, it will, however, be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W. T. McGee, of V anleer, Tenu. “I had a cough for fourteen years. Nothing helped me, until I took Dr. King’s Now Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which gave in stant relief, and effected a perma nent cure.” Uuequaled quick cure for Throat and Lung Trou bles. At W. M. Bloss’, Coredo; R. Ney Williams’, Kenova; price 50c and *1.00, guaranteed. Trial bot tle froe. Tlie Original. Foley <fc Co., Chicago, originat ed Honey aud Tar as a throat and lung remedy, aud on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley’s Honey and Tar many im itations are offered for the genu ine. >sk for Foley’s Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute of fered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction. It is mildly laxative. It contaius no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons. For sale at the Bloss Drug Store. A young man may induce the girl’s father to tow the mark by posing as the mark. A pretty girl doesn’t much mind reflections on herself when they come from a mirror. Catarrh Cannot ha Curod with LOUAh APPLICATIONS, u* thev can not reach the *e*t of the disease. Catarrh U a blood or constitutional di*ea*c, and Ip order to cure "I yon mu*t take Internal rented ie*. Mall * Catarrh Core I* taken internnllv, and act* directly on the blood and mticotiasurfaces. | Ifall'n f.ifarrh Cure i* not a -|uack medicine, it wax prescribed by one of tin- best phy*i< Ian* in thi* -OOPtry for year* and I* a regular pre- I •criptlon. It i* composed of the be«t tonic* known, combined with the *>e*t blood purifier*, acllnir dire tty on the mu con* surface*. The perfc r-t combi nation of the two ingredient* i* I what produce* *uch wonderful result* in cur ifitf Catarrh. for ir^tlfrioiiiaU free. F. .1 f H KNKV A f t» . Prop*., Toledo, ft.. ! Mold by all I»rtiKvl*lk, 75c. Take flail'* Family Pill* ft»r con«tlr>«tion. tojulyjt — ■ «e» — If you want a life insurance poli cy in a splendid old line company ( that gives large dividends, consult ‘ T. T. McDongal. A man seldom lealizes what a cold world this is until his creditors begin to make it hot for him. Correct Clothing For Gentlemen AT BRUIWBERG'S IRONTON, OHIO. A very large assortment to choose from. Up to-date styles at big savings of mouy. COME Wcocr & Co. SEE US. WE PAY YOUR FARE. Mail orders promptly aud carefully attended to. All goods warranted as represented and satisfaction guaranteed. A. J. BRUMBERC, dottier, Hatter and Furnisher, 1RONTON, OHIO. iHJUii_OUR BIG STORE And secure what you need. We guarantee all who deal with us to get the worth ol their money. We deal in DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES, OUEEN8WARE, GLASSWARE, HARDWARE, FURNITURE. We keep anything to be found in a first-class Gen eral Store. _ Goods Delivered Free. WRIGHT BROTHERS, CEBEDO, ■W'HJST "VA. KENOVA TRANSFER CO., KENOVA, WEST VIRGINIA. Operating Wharf And River and Rail Transfer. DEALERS IN-— Buckeye” Balt, “Marion” and “Fostoria” White Lime, “Black Dia mond” and Portland Cements, Glass, Nails, Flue Tile, Hewer Pipe, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Wall Plaster, Hair, Lath, Bhiugles. Corn, Oats, Chop, Bran, Hay, Flour, Heeds and Coal, LOW PRICES AND CJUICK DELIVERIES. Rates and Time Tables furnished for Cincinnati and Pittsburg' Packets. Correspondence solicited. Bend for price list. 2 BIC SANDY NATIONAL BANK, £ ^ CATLETT8BUBO, KENTTTCKY. Tf ® Capital $50,000.00. “ Surplus $10,000.00. K €» ^ r-SfcMilu offiobeb: «j Charles Russell, Pres. D. H. Carpenter, V. Pres. K heist Meek, Cashier. *ww* DIBECTOB8: A. Mims. ' I). H. Carpenter. * P. H. Vaughan. Jay If. Northup. Cha". Rusmkll. >> A SHARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. WANTED-BY CHICAGO MANUFaC*. Tl'KINtf House, person of Uixiworthlnwi and somewhat familiar with local territory! as nonian) jn branch offlee. Salary <1* paid 1 weeKly. I’*rnun«<nt jMHiifloii. No Invest ment required. Business established. Fn vlona experlence not essential to engaging. Address, Manager Branches, 329 l>e«rl»orn 8..'Chicago. tojnlyt'i iomc women wouM rather tell a DK. R.H. IlNSLEy* ENTIST. - Vltati/ed Air and Oxygen (iirtn for r;uule»n Extraction of Tret It, Crown and Rrldtre work a Specialty. Office over Itrun'* Shoe Store. CATLETT8BURG, KY., PHONE 95.