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Wednesday. September O, im>3.
I b^Patrou* of tbla paper will pieaae tend
“ > tbla office notice* of tbalr friend* vlaltlng
bereor elaewhere.—Ed.1
_ LOCAL NEWS.
Last Monday was “I^abor Day.”
May McDougal is visiting at Sci
► otoville, Ohio.
Mrs. C. H. Osgood is visiting at
Parkersburg this week.
Rev. Jerry llariuon, of uear
Shoals, was a Ccredo visitor last
Friday.
Mrs. M. J. Griffith and Miss
Blanch Griffith are visiting relatives
in Ohio.
Mrs. Rowena Wingett and daugh
ter Winifred are guests of relatives
in Columbus.
Kobt. Black is moving into the
residence on Fast First St., vacated
k by Prof. Kinder.
Charley Johnson, of Belpre, O.,
lias been visiting friends here lor
the past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Franklin, of
^ illiamson, were the guests of rela
tiv* 8 in our town, Sunday.
Miss Lenah Mott, of Boston,
M ass., is the guest of hi r parents—
Capt. and Mrs. Frank Mott.
Mrs. Hoi. Quillen and little
daughter, Ella, of Ashland, visited
. friends here the latter part of last
week.
A Miss Edith Marcum has returned
home from an extended visit with
relatives in Virginia and at Louisa,
Ky. '
Phil. Thomson was confined to his
room a few days last week with an
attack of fever. He is very much
improved now, however.
Glen Mott, who has been iu town
for the past month visiting his par
ents, returned to Denver, Col., last
Saturday to resume his law studies.
Ceredo people who took in the
excursion to Parkersbuig last Sun
day: Mrs. John Irby, Mrs. Owen
fc Webb, Mrs. Harvey Higgs and Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Maynaid.
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» » v I X.VV* * VV4 UU (AV.V.VUUU (• I t/n
that took place in Central City, but
as no name accompanied the com
tnunication the same has been con
signed to the waste basket.
^ Dr. and 31 rs. J. T. Wharton and
daughter, Miss Nellie, were in Ash
laud last Saturday, and witnessed
the parade of the Grand Conclave ot
Shrmers. About 25 candidaiet
crossed the burning sands of that
fraternity.
Allan Wright was attacked with
a severe case of pleurisy last Sunday,
and fora tim** hi- recovery was con
sidered very doubtful. Dr. Shirley
was summoned ami rendered medi
cal assistance. Allan seems to be
all right now.
There were thirty three students
from this county in attendance at
^ Marshall College last year. Onl\
one other county in the State had
more students at West Viiginia’
popular Normal, viz. Fayette, thirty
four.
Special services, la-ting a week
or ten days, will be held at the M
K. church commencing tins (Wed.)
evening. A cordial invitation i
extended to all by the members nl
the church and the pastor to attend
^ these services.
/ Miss Stella Buchanan has return
od from Pittsburg, l’a.. where she
has been 3 weeks working in the
millinery store of .1. .1
W Porter A Co. getting the season
styles in millinery. She Mill soon
T* open an up-to daie millinery stor«
in Central (Tty.
The Kpworth League will hold a
special evangelistic service next
Friday evening at the M. K. church
of this place, to which service all
the young people of the town are in
vited, together with the older ones,
who are interested in Christian man
hood and womanhood.
A colored man named Win. Jones,
of Ironton, Ohio, was drunk and
disorderly on a Camden Inter State
K’y car last Wednesday evening,
lie wan taken off the car at thin
place ami placed in the lockup,
where he remained until Thursday
morning at which time he was taken
before his honor—Mayor Sturgill.
The tine and costs amounted to
$1 1.35.
Several Ceredo people attended
the dedication of the Newcomb
Baptist church, near Shoals, An
gust 27th. All report a most enjoy,
able lime. The balance on church
amounting to $23 00 was rained
without any trouble. Kev. W. T.
Ball preached a good dedicatory ser
mon. Kev. K T. Billups delivered
an excellent prayer. After the ser
mon all present partook of dinner,
there being an abundance, brought
in baskets, and some to spare.
J
| UNITED IN MARRIAGE
i Were Two former Gilizens ot
Geredo, at Portsmouth, Ohio.
On Monday, September 4, 1905,
Mr. Jesse Smith aud Mine Nettie
Davidson, were nuited in the holy
bonds of wedlock at the home of
the bride’s pareuts at Portsmouth,
Ohio, Rev. Mathenia performing
the ceremony in an impressive
manner.
The bride and groom were form1 r
citizens of Ceredo where friend
ship tor each other ripened into
love that finally secured for each
a life partner. Too much cauuot
be said in praise of these young
i people.
They leit immediately after the
cereniouy for their future home at
Morgantown, where the groom is
associated with his brothers in the
contracting business.
We congratulate both on the
prizes they have wou in life’s lot
tery—the bride in securing for a
husband a sober, industrious
young man, and the groom in win*
mug for a life partner such a
charming, accomplished young
lady. They both have a host ot I
friends in tins community who,
join us in wishing th«m all man
ner of happiuess as they together
swiftly glide down life's matri
monial lane.
Juru failed to Agree.
The jury in the bigamy case
against Leonard Rodgers, alia*
Luther Wade, in the circuit court
jot this county, at the recent term,
disagieed and were discharged, i
The allegations in the cubc were
that Rodgers married a woman in
1 Missouri named Sophia Baxtetter
several years ago and leaving her
came here ami w ithout obtaining a
divorce, married Miss Daisy Payne,
a highly respectable lady of this
community. Quite a number of
witnesses testified in the case, the
alleged wife from Missouri being in
attendance at the trial. Rodgers
claims that he married the Missouri
lady unwillingly, while looking in
the barrel of a gun, the weapon be
ing in the hands of the woman’s
brother-in-law.
Attorney J. W. Perry, of Hunt
ington, and Prosecuting Attorney
Fry prosecuted the case. Judge
W . W. Marcum aud Attorney
Cbattin, of Logan, appeared for the
defense.
Bou Leaves Home.
Harry .Jarrel, formerly a citizen
of this place, but now a resident ol
Gallipolis, Ohio, was in town last
Sunday on the hunt of his eon, Gil
bert, who disappeared from home
about ten days since. The lad ami
» Tingler hoy, of this place, went
• avay together, bit while Tinglet
I ha* cince returned, no tract of Jar
j rel can he found. The parents of
I the missing youngster are very un
easy about him, and would be verj
thankful to anyone furnishing in
formation as to his w hereabouts.
The boy is about fourteen years
of age, about 4 feet in height and
weighs about luo pounds When
lie left he wore a red shirt and cap.
No cause can be given a* to why
he should w ish to leave home, as lie
has kind parents, arid enjoy* d al>
the privileges which a lad ol Ins ag«
,should enjoy.
The fourth quarterly meeting of
flu* conference year will be held hi
the M. K church, of this place,
next Saturday and Sunday. The
cervices will be as follows: Sat urd tv.
* nr. preaching by the Presiding
hlder, Hev. .Mick, of Guyandottc,
I followed by the quarterly confer
ence. Sunday morning, communion
j sermon by the pastor. Sunday
nigh., preaching by the Presiding
Klder, followed by the communion
-ervice This will be tin* Iasi and
most important quarterly meeting
of t he year, and all officials of ihe
church and all interested in
its weif r , ;.r-- cordially invit d and
urged to attend these services.
A nice time was experienced by
those in attendance at the ice cream
fe-tival given by the ladies of the
Baptist church on Tuesday night of
last week. About ten dollars were
i realized for the benefit of the church.
Miss Martha Zotick, who has
been visiting relatives hem for
some time, returned to her home
in Baltimore county, Md., the
first of the week. Mrs. J. H. Mil
lender accompanied her home.
The communication from Fort
Gay and the resolutions of the
Wayne C’ouuty Farmers’ Institute
came loo lafe for this issue. They
will appear next week.
Have you read the professional
card of Dr. Tinsley, Dentist, of
Catleltsburg, in this issue? lie ad
ministers Vitalized air and Oxygen.
Mrs. J. M. Harrington, of this
place, attended the Pmith-David
sou wedding at Portsmouth, Ohio,
last Monday.
Prof. Kiraler moved to Hunting
ton Ia9t wee*. i
SWITCHMAN KILLED.
_
HauesrPatterson Meets an Untimelu
Death.
Hayes Pitterson, a switchman in
the Kenova yards, met an untimely
death ou Tuesday evening, August
29th, while in the discharge of bis
duties. The unfortunate young man
was engaged in shifting a baggage
car at Kenova Union station and in
attempting to pass around the corner
of the ear's vestibule to set a brake,
he lost bis footing ami fell. His
head struck the iron boxing of the
car and the momentum of the fall I
was such that his skull was crushed,
besides be received several other
wounds. Dea'h w as almost instan
laneous.
Mr. 1 \atterson was twenty eight
years of age. lie had been in the
services of tbeN.it W K'v C o
for the past four years, and was a
very valuable employe
He was united in marriage some
tour years since to Miss lluiiet
Hall, dauuhter ol Kev. Wayne
Ball, of South t eredo l ino this
union two children were horn, a son
and daughter.
The deceased was a member of i
the 1. C>. t> !• and K of t». E
lodges, # which orders attended the
funeral and btnial in a body
Kev. It. S. Akers,assisted by Kt v.
.1 F. Kanmh, conducted the t uncial
services at the Cored o M E church
last Wednesday, after which the j
remains were conveyed to Brown’s
Hill cemetery and interred in their
last resting place
Me leaves a wife, two children, I
father, mother and several broth
ers and si-ters to mourn their loss,
to all of whom we extend out
most sincere sympathy.
An* You Kngageil?
Engaged people should remem
ber, that, after marriage, many
quarrels enn be avoided by keep
mg their digestions in good condi
tion with Electric Bitters. 8. A.
Brown, of Beunettsville, 8. C-,
says: “Forvears my wife suffer
ed intensely from dyspepsia, ton
plicated with a torpid liver, until
she lost her strength and vigor,
and became a mere wieck
of her former self. Then she tried
Electric Bitters, which helped her
at once, and finally made her en
tirely well. 8he is now strong and
bealthv.”
W. M. Bloss, Ceredo, and It.
Ney Williams, Kenova, druggists,
sell and guarantee them at 50c a
bottle.
Mrs. Grady, of Nelsonville, 0 ,
is th« guest of her sou—I*/of. G.
Otto Grady.
Hors THIS?
We off.-r Our* Mundrt**] Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot |» < urr<1 b>
lall’s Catarrh Cure. F I. I'UENEt A (.'O',
Toledo O
We, the undersivned, have known F .1.
heney for the last 15 years, and believe h m
iH*rfectl\ honorable In all business tranaan ion*
and financially able to carry out any obliga
tions mar!*- bv bis firm
W A I Ii]no, KI N n an a M AltVIv.
Wliolessie Ilrtigatists, Toledo, O.
Mall's! atarrli • ure is 'aken internally, act
ing directly upon ih»- bloorl and mucous sur
faces of the system. Testimonials sent fiee.
Price 75c. tier buttle. S dd by all Ibuggi-us
Take flail's Family Pills for ConMipatiro ,
* • *
Marrisd.
Mr. Wirreu Nichols and Miss
Bertha Irons, hot it of this county,
act* quietly unit«•«! in the holy bonds
ol wedlock, Wednesday, August
so, I'.tO.'j.
A cor respondent sends the ahovt
i item to till* off ice and seems to l»»
very much disappointed because the
“hell crowd ' did not get a treat,
♦ • ••
A Cold Settled oil II * Kidneys
A- -I. .lennesse, 9301 Bull* r S«.
| Chicago, writes : “I am a switch
uiHti and hm out in all kind* ol
weather. I took a cold which set
f!e<| in my kidneys and ami I was
ill bad shape, j tried sev*r*-i ad
vertised remedies With no ben
efi i, until I was recommended
to try Foley's Kidney Cure. I wo
! thirds r>t a bottle cured me.”
For Fi.lu at the Bloss Drug
Store.
Mrs. Dr. Hys*P, of Pomeroy,
Ohio, is trip guest of Mr. and Mrs
George Wright.
fiuu Killer.
Have you need ol a reliable bug
killer, any kind ol bugs, but espec
ially bed bugs? We have one that
ih sure—is a corrosive suhlimerit
solution and a strong poison. If it
fails come and get your money back.
Price 25 cents a pint.
Florentine Drugstore, Wild A
Boette, Huntington, West Va
For Rent.
I have a nice cottage on Ka«t
First street, Ceredo, for rent. It
contains natural gas and has water
near. 3. T. McDoogal, Ceredo,
W. Va.
(\ P. Hoard left the first of this
week for a business and pleasure
trip to Colorado.
Miss I .on a Holt, of Charleston,
and h* r sister—Mrs. Huut—ol
Philadelphia, were guests of rela
tives and friends here, Sunday.
\
Store Closes at 6 P. M.
Every Night Except
Saturday Until Sept. 9.
CARPENTER'S
STORE NEWS.
Until Further Notioe
We Will Not Allow
Car Fare.
Lowest Prices the Reason.
Visit us often -get the first glimpse of the newest goods. Kverv tast freight and ex
press brings its share of crisp, new fabrics, millinery *uui tashionable garments. Our buy
ers are in the New York City market viewing, selecting nod rapidlv shipping us the choice
of all. Choice from a price standpoint as well as a t ashionab'e. “Cottons are high” at other
stores. Our low cotton prices sre best proved by these specials on sale today:
2700 varda good Apron Ginuhain at
/'I cotor* iu all h z*» chackf.
2-400 vd* uew FUho*9,” all color*,
j »>hh» or largM fitfuri'H, uu*qualed lor hou*.* go
dr**** or *chool w**ar, at.Q
5G For K*pt “American” Calicoes. Choice of all Indigo Blues wth gold, red or two-toned
designs, blacks, whites, reds, grays, checks, -hiring styles, etc. Pick up your moru
,l*K p«l »t. see them quoted at 5c (factory price), then come here and buy as much or as r G
little us you want .
Wliitn to (listings
I>auity ripe* miii
Hifureg in tie* popu
lar mad in in heavy
weaves — M a draw
mid ^liaette effactn.
K -oaouahl v priced at
1 2Jo, 11 *.• • and ‘25 ?
Cotton Mom Ins
An unit at iou of
t ho dollar Mohair
ihat aim »st d«fi*»a
detection*, Browns,
^ro*»u«, hluM'i, nto.,
at.I0o
Pine White Dcmitu
1 ii ii**i check* mi l
stripes, mill end*
they tire, nnd sold
only hy the piece.
Q i*1 ity is superb,
tbilv. l*J^o
Dress Ginuhains \
~ t*»t» So»ion olatds, |
hII dark color*,
»t. . *»j
Waist and l> r *» * *
«tylt»rt hi iiiHcJiuin col.
orn, at. Ho
Our Busy Millinery Dr.i)t.
Never was better prepared tor a great
Fall Besson.
Mi*-; MOIjI / and her side assist mite
are preparing the Reason's Pattern Hats.
Some are from Paris, Home from New York.
Many are our own creations; all are designed
to show the newest fashions to this part of
the mdlmery world.
Window aud Department Display of
newest street and suit hats at *1.25, 11.50,
$1.98, *2-50 to #3.50.
White Felts and Black Patent Leather
Hats are the rage in New Yorfc now.
t ome see what we have instore tor you.
Mai’s I
Autumn Suit*
Come in today. Wo aro ready to show you
the new stylos in good clothes our Men’s
Store offers today.
Men’s Dress and Work Shirts at 39c, 5(>o
and 7-r»c; formerly 50o, 76o and tl.O().
Straw hats at half price.
All remaining Summer Goods at
D EE P PR | C E C U TS
THE D. H. CARPENTER GO.
Division street, Catlettsburg, Ky.
Valuable Farm lor Sale.
I have a farm coiiia'iiing 182 acre*
lying on the dividing ridge between
Twelve Pole and Buffalo creek, in
Wayne county, Went Virginia,
thoul I if mile* from Shoal* P. ().
\liout I‘25 acre* of thi* land i*
cleared and well *et in gra*s and i*
n good *hape for farming. There
i* good timber and plenty of water
•»n the farm and two hundred bear
ing Iruit tree*. A l*o two good log
hou*e*, each containing five room*.
A county road run* through the
• arm. I will *ell this farm at a
lair price on rea*ouahle term.
I F AN V ON K VV AN I S A CiOOI»
FARM NOW is Ills rilANCK
Add re** at once, J. M. Ply mile,
Ir., Shoal*, W. Va. tolnov
L M.FERGUSOn!
Has purchased-tic stuck of gro
rerics and confection* from W.
W. Man urn on i or. It .ind Main
street*, Ccredo, and invite* (lie
pntrlic to give him a share of it*
p.it ronnge
A ! I k i ml* of soft d ink* and pro
ilnce will *»e handled at the
..Lowest Prices..
con .istent with first i lass good*.
A nice line of Cigars and Tobac
co on hand.
A* all .treei car* pa** at thi*
store, passengers and employe*
often have time to get refresh
ment*.
TRY Mr. FERGUSON FOR BARGAINS
Arnos Mays
Will Call on You
And go tour laundry bundle, and
when ho return* it you will find a
*now white burden that you never
«aw the equal of in laundry work
He repre*etit* the Modtl Steam
Laundry, of fronton, Ohio. You
rnav leave your bundle at Adkina’
barber shop or tell Mr. May*
where to call for it.
| jCaveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, andalt Pat-^
ienf business conducted for Monmarc fcr«. «
,0c* orrice i« Oeeoarre U S *»tcmt orrietj
| and we can secure patent in less time than those!
I i remote from W ashington. 4
11 Send model, drawing or photo., with de<»rrip-(
tion. \Te advise, if patentable or not. free of'
charge Our fee npt do. till patent t* centred. ,
| A PasieMicr, "How to Obtain Paten.*.' with
' cost of same In the U. S. and fore.go cc untne*
j aent free. Addre<*.
C.A.SNOW&CO.!
I o*e warrrrr Orncr. whhsgtow. u C.^
J1
W. C. Yost,
The C J$t< lett*burgtJeweler,
T)UEBEF5^
Hampden,
(WATCHES^
Is
A ow
Celling
All (mmmIs
In
Ills
Line
At
C» really IC0<I1H<<I Prices.
i^^OUR BIG STORE
Ami 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,
QUEENS WARE,
GLASSWARE,
HARDWARE,
FURNITURE.
V\ e keep anything to he
found in a first-elans Gen
eral Store.
(woods
Delivered
Free.
WBMilIT BKOTHKltS,
OEREDO. WE8T VA..
T. T. M'DOUGAI. •'
life insurance agent,
J Ceredo | * - • • W. Vafc i
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