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The Teredo Advance.
Euteredul toe putt oftlce at Ceredo. W V». an avCtmd class matter Wedumday, Jan. 31. I'.MM!, r *0- I’.it mu* <»f t hi* pHpnr will please tend t > t hla nfttce u >tlce- of ihelr f rieuds vlilting b«r« Ul elite where. Ku,| LOT VI. m:\\n. Architect J. K. liieske w a* at I'amtsville, Ky , la«t week. Mine Lillie B-ady visited relative.1* at Portsmouth. Ohio, Sunday. Menirs. S. \ . Cruin aud Lafay ette \ iudon were in town last Fri day. Mrs. Frank Mott w«h calling on relatives and iricuds in Aehlaud, Ky.. last week. Messrs. Apple and Rogers, of Ashlaud, were Sunday visitors to Kenova. W. P. Hall, of Parkersburg, visit ing relatives aud frieuds here last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Mieoheart were visiting Mrs. Frank Molt last Thursday and Friday. Ceredo has water which never becomes muddy, aud it is uot .hauled from Twelve Pole, either J. M Fuller passed through here Wednesday eu route to his home at Huntington. G. VV. Harrison and wife, of Buffalo creek, were in town last Saturday. .Mr. Harrison is Over seer of the Poor for this district. Have you read the professional •card of l>r Tinsley, lJentist, of Catlettsburg, in this issue? lie ad •ministers Vitalized air and Oxygon. The School Board of this county will meet at Wayne the bill day of Februaiy, for the purpose of adopt ing school books lot the ensiling live years. From reading the Wayne Kxag perntor one is inclined to the be lief that the penctl-staover of that paper has a very serious ca*e ot waterlitis. Robert I. Black bas purchased of the Hoard Bros, the two lots ju-t west of Lewis Frasher’s on *‘B” street and will build a residence on Hauls in the near future. The protracted meeting at the M K. church closed last Thursday right. The revival was wonder fully successful. Forty-six persons were converted during the meeting. Rev. Francis Warren, of Cincin nati, has accepted the pastorate ot the Congregational church. He has a wife and one child, who will move here in the near future. Salesman Wanted to look after our interest lu Wayne and ad jacent counties. Salary or con.• mission. Ad Iress, Clover Oil and Paint Co., Cleveland, O. ^Irs. Warren WT. Jackson, who has w l iiteu for publication several poems and abort stories, recently •had published a beautiful song eti titled “When the Springtime Comes Again.” J. S. Porter, f »no> rly of Etsi .Lyon, this county, but who now travels for the government doing special work for the Internal Rev enue Department, was in C’eiedo la-t week. We acknowledge a pleasant call from him. There is Dot a hotel or eating house id Ceredo that chargee its transient trade over 25c for a weal. Can Wayue nay the name thing without fear of a truthful -contradiction? Well, we reckon not. Mrs. Nannie Nolly was a busi ness vimtor l<» Huntington Wednes day. She has instituted divorce proceedings in the < 'abell county circuit court against her husband, t.'harle* Nolly, a railroader, on the grounds of derertion, etc. This seems to b«j an era « f “flopping.” Reports from vari ous parts of the county bring tid ^ i r i g h "I people **fl ■ i < (>: i ■ - - QTSf >'• the side »>f i h« removal is* s. The better judgment of our citizens seem *o prevail, and, like Ht. Paul, are “flopping" trotu darkness to light. The hot con1e«*t for relocation of the county seal of Mercer county lms been a three cornered atTair he tween Dluetiebi, the only city in the ■county, Princeton, the present capi tol, and Rock, i In* j unci ion of the , new Deepwater railroad and the Norfolk A We«tern Rock has withdrawn from the tight which is favorable to Blupfield. I he elec tion will be held March 10th. The demonstration of salmon at Jesse Rambert’s store Friday and Saturday was a success in every way. — Kenova Reporter. The same can he said of the •demoustratiou at Mrs. Nuuu’s res taurant, this place. Tbe lady in charge uuderstauda her business. Money Subscribed. More than enough inouey to build h new court house has been subscribed, nil of which if* oil good men. We understand these sub scriptions will b« filed with the c unty court today. Dance at Gcrcdo Ended In a Row. A crowd of one hundred people, ! the majority of * hum were from this ! city, a.tended lh<* dance given at Wright’s Hill. CYredo, on Wednea I day evening, hlvwytbing went along very smoothly until near the mid night hour, when most of the crowd became hilarious, and if drunk it is unknown, for (..’credo is dry, ami the management of the hall concluded that it was time to shift the quarters to a scene that would bo more suit able to the oucisiou. S » the purtain was rung down.— Huntington Her ald. Jan. 26. Tiie crowd, at* the Herald states, was from Huntington, and as no in toxicants of any kind can he secured iu CYredo, it inu^t have been booze from the “second city” that caused the hilarity, as well as the row When .Max Wright tu/ned out the lights the row soon stopped. (Ser geant Rutherford having gone for a lunch) ami although he was o(Tired several dollars extra for the hall a few more hours Max give the crowd to understan 1 that they could not stay longer no difference how much more they might p ty hiiu Botird ot Public Works visL Huntinuton. The Stale Board of Public Work-, consisting ol Gov. W M l). Dawoon; Auditor Arnold C Sherr; Treasurer Newton Ogdiu ; Attorney General C W . .May. and Supt. of Schools, Thus. C. .Miller together with Tax Comiuissionei I *iI loti and Assistant Tax Coruinis -ioner Darst were in liuulinglon last Thursday where they conduct ed au examination into the mallet <*f real estate valuations in Cabell, Wayne. Lincoln and Logan conn lea. From this county J. I) At kius, \V. I) Hunt, VV. B Garrett. S. Floyd Hoard and Hon. Jos. S Miller appeared before the Board and were questioned concerning the valuations of Wayne county real ectate. It was clearly shown, afijt persons from Cabell and other coun ties had been interrogated, that lands in this county are assessed ai a higher rale than the same quality in adjoining counties. Died. Oliver Blood died at his home ai Portsmouth, Ohio, Wednesday Jan nary *J4, 1906, «»t appendicitis. The death of Mr Blood is a sad one, not alone because he was h uromising young man and a splendid c.lizcn, but ou account of 'he f»ci that he leaves a young widow (nee M iss Be -i ha W h trt m) and four small children (the youngest being about oue month old) to Hybt life’s battles The remains of the deceased wen buried at Portsmouth. The r lalives have the heartfelt sympathies of a host of friends. John, the little son of Mr. and Mrs John Hurley died Saturday, January 27, 1905. of Whooping cough, aged a months. The body of the little boy was d<-q*osit ed in the Chus. Brown cemetery, Sun day. Elsewhere in this paper will be found a sample ballot to be used at the special election February 6th. Do not touch the topline headed: •Relocation of County Seat," hut scratch out the words: * ‘Against Relocation of County Seat.” Be | sure that you make no mistake in I voting. hire Ground Blrfck Pepper. The fin^r pepper ip ground the 1 less if fak'*" for your food. Yoo I can buy the finely ground pure : black pepper for 20 cphIs a pound af the Florentine \)ruy Store. "’h'Mi von want good pepper go fo j Wild A Boette, Huntington, VV. Vr. 11 inlets on Gillian. Mr. and Vlr.s. Joseph MidkifT, of Branchlund, ot> Guyan river, are the proud parent* of triplets, all boy*. 'I'li three youngsters were | born last Sunday and are doing i well.—Cabell Hecord, Jan. 25. WANTED: — in men in each •Mate to travel, pout sigos, advertise ! and leave samples of onr goods Salary, $75 00 per month, $ t 00 per day for expenses. KOVAL Si PPl.Y CO., Dept. W, Atlas Block, Chicago. toApr^O There is something wrong with the girl who doesn’t know that a young man is in love with her until be mentions it. CENTERVILLE. W. VA. A IVrsoiia I Chat See here, brother reiuovalist*, let’s have a little chat. In the tii»*t place w • want you to study about this thing of rein »viug the court bouse ami it \«»u mink it is a good ihnikf then help us to push I it along. \> w mt every re u ival l*t and about half of the pmtestini voters of Wayne county to reail the Progressive Citizen, * h eh is the genuine, una In Iterated article, i with all ot the ti mnoee and trill* knocked uff. We know we can make lots of prolestanl* feel so ashamed of themselves that they can t look an honest sheep in the faee, and we believe we can strengthen your r-sdve for the re moval by this talk with you; at any rate we want you ou our list, be cause vou want the same tning we do. We don’t want to see, much less have to climb that tiresome hill at Wayne, no more. The Pro- | greasive Citizen has long ago passed the teeth cutting stage and now if you will lisle i it desires to talk to you with true wisdom. If you don’t want the paper show it to your neighbor who does want something honest. If you are a ■ emovalist we know you will uni object to doing thin much for the paper that has been battling for your desire* ever since it wan founded, in the«e dark -lays of the protest* *nts having Wayne county by the 'ail trying to pull her down to the bottom. We sometime* tiini a man bow wantn to reatl nothing but the W ayne News and theW.tvue Citizen; such men are on the broad highway to ruin; they are an ignorant of the true condition of the county us a one-eyed Mexican dog it* of the Nt w lerucalem. Don’t let your reiuov 111st frteuda be hoodooed in Niicb a way, bui put the Progreesive C.’iti /.eii, or Situething just at* good, in their hands, that will help them to ■*ee things just as they are. You know the average protectant would -*ee you in hade* before tie would read the Progressive Citizen, but read it to him, if you wish to make a success of this election. If there is a removalist in your locality who -eems to he getting weak iu the knees and is disposed to wander off after strange things, get after him with the Progressive Citizen be f<»re he disappears over the top of ibe bill at Wayne and is caught in bad company over on the other side .So let IIS push t fie circulation ot i fie Progressive Citizen till we • an talk to e\ery voter in thecoun ty, and then on the day of the elec lion we will make the protestants -mg “Hail Columbia,” and never • mss a note. The great battle of tbe ballot is to be fought in a few days. We are goiug to move tbe court house, but that is uo reason ihat we should not be up ami doing just as though the election w as a year off. The time to prepare for war is in time of peace, seems well today, but we must keep our signal lights burning and look abroad for dangers that lurk iu forgetfulness and carelessness. Pel us not turn back for an instant. It is not enough to lie awake, but ke-p awake. OL»l» SATINr.^. The ring at Wayne is not a rn i chine, says «otne one; no, just a collection of serap". Protctante and the nhow t'irl» are against the removal of the court house and the progres-ive citizen* ' are for it. Wayne, the present county «eHt, is , like n cow’s tail, it Ini been h< hind , ever since it was Wayne, ami always j will Is*. so far as we can see. The Wayne people believe in the old saying: “After water runs over nine grave Is it is pure;’1 so I gness j they think that alter it's hauled over them it is just the same—es pecially Twelve Pole water. K K 8. Jan 22, 1906 **♦ While driving Charlie ki-**ed her, \N itn ev’ry other breath, J The horse mistook the smack Ami worked himself to death. Go to the polls on the Otb day of February and work and vote for re* location. CARPENTER'S GUT PRICES ON Remaining Lots ol WinterGa ritl S irrific' prices prevail throu *h out o ip (virniMit De pirtm.Mit. T is store, carrying th»Inr*e stocks it dies, fintis it igoorl business policy to stand « lo>s now mthcr tliaiV; Inive the money tied up in j*arm,fcnts until another season. I he cream of this season's New York City styles aw lit. your • selection here at, in many cases, less than theCARPEX FER STOKE paid for them. Here are the Stocks Affected by these Great Reductions. ■ i. W omen’s and Children's Cloaks at from 1-1 to 3-4 off tlio price . Women's and Children's Furs. Women’s and Children’s Millinery Women’s Tailored Soils and Skirls Women’s Waists—a Heavily Load ed llugaiii la Me. Men’s mthI Hoys’ Suits and Over coats. Firs* ’‘Zephyr*” of Spring ready. - Not Zephyrs of wind, mind you, : hut. without question, the pnq. : (lest Helen ion of Fine j| : Zephyr OIiutIi iiiih at - - shown in this vicinity. SpecialTable ot Bleached Muslin at (> l-2c and 7 l-2e. - Special Table of Kmbroideries at o l-2c to 50c. - HEAR THE MUSIC! We sell Victor and Edison Phon- : ographsaud Records, you should know. ASK FOR 10c FAR FAKE WHEN PURCHASES ARE 92.00 OR MORE. : THE 1>. 11. CARPENTER CO,,: Division Street, Catlettsburg, Ky : KtNOVft NtWS, Rofcoe Lambert watt a buninesii visitor here lroui Whiten creek MuO <1 ay • Mayor Yotk whs a bu«irie“H vi«i tor to Huntington ou Iuemlay after noon. W. VV. Nunn wai a bnnines* \ ini or to Callellrtburg the tirat of the week l<\ K. Bad^ely and CbftS. Jehle were visitors to (’at lellaburg, Mon clay. C. M. McGhee and wife viaited relatives at AHhland one day thin week. ;Mrw. Greer united with the Chris tian church at Aehlnnd, Saturday evening. M'imm Kale Smith ie con Hoed to her room, suffering from the grip. J. F. Stevenson and family will return to Kenova after an absence of three months spent in visiting relatives in Indiana. Mr. Steven lon will rename his work in the mill of which he in a stockholder and it is hoped will reside here per manently. , t SOMETHING OF INTEREST IN FURNITURE! TIIK DIFFICULTIES OF “SAV1XU UP.” To save up a sum sufficient for any considerable purchase before buying Furniture or< arpots or Huge is quite a difficult proposition as almost everyone knows through personal experience. Homehow or other, the money that one is trying to save will slip almost un noticed, and the desired amount takes far longer to accumulate than one Would suspect. We recognize this general human characterisf ic, and have adopted a system for the settlement of bills that overcomes it. Instead of having to save up before one can obtain the goods they desire, our customers do the saving whde enjoying the use and pleasure of the goods. And they do not pay excessive prices, either,— wo guarantee thy price of nv ery article we sell to be as low as it can tie bought for anywhere. We off«r the earn* convenience a of credit to those of moderate income as those of ample wealth enjoy. Ttlft PRINDLE. FURNITURE CO. Huntington, W. Va.