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H CtriCo Advance.
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| A Newspaper that
I has a lar^o Hrnilatton in the Big
I Bandy and 'Pwrlvfi Pole Valleys
An excellent advertising niedi*
am
I'ublished Jivery Wednesday.
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TKKMS OK SUBS'IRIPI ION:
One p»py, one yeai, - - $!.««»
One copy, six months, - - ,r»4>
Strictly cash in advance.
Mah ta not pal
r
Tob printing of all kinds neatly
•nd promptly execute*' on red
.tonable terms.
TO SUBSCK 1HKRS.
'isft cana<•( discontinue > our put**'* until all
-'MlOpraavV an* paid. pon’t a*-!* it*. Pon’t •«'
ii*Bbiv pajier until I c'd what I "»t ia.d up
«tcy- In no cast can «r do thi It is a ip nrral
rule wr have t«> adopt t. |>iutti t nuc rlo ■
When vnudi’ uot n till th«* papfr .inv 1- n(,*<■'
pav un^a' I atop It. Ilnn't h.icr vour |«"-tmas
ter drop u a card that It . u t taken out of thr
Office. .11 you kh. publish trie a papri you
wouldn't w ant ns to do you that wav.
Wbtrj you no '■>(10111 \uiir pi. .rnl poat-ofli. .
don't fail to notify u .ti once of the .banc**.
Bdriuy your former post office a* well as your
new one. This m absolutel \ uecesaary.
Wa\ ne < tinrls.
Term of Circuit 1 nr': “i.tiid Mnndayln
Februnry, May. August wnd November.
Term s of County Court 1 irst Monday in Jan
Hay. April and July,and Third Monday in No
Rev. Abo Ferguson, of Sweet Run,
was in town Saturday.
For Over Sixty Years.
MRS WINKLOW'H SOOTHING HYRUP
tia> befit viHtit for over sixty years by mil
lions of rnnthei* (or llieir children while
teelhlnn Willi j erferl Mircoi. Il soothe-tile
child, sot tens the gum", allays ail pain, r urns
wind colie. slid Is t he best remedy for dial
rlio-H. Il Will relieve the poor little Sliflerer
lititned 111 el v. Hold hy Iirntulvts in ev* ry
p»rtofihe world. Tweniy-flve cents « hoi
tie. He sure smi ask for Mrs. Wlns'owV
ScothlngSyrup, and lakeno otliei kind.
Miss Alice leiniliert was hi town Sun
day calling on relatives.
(Irvatly in Oemuml,
Nothing 1, more in demand than a
medicine which meets nio«iern ivqinre
mentrt for a M >od and system cl« inis* r<
such as Dr King’s New Life l'ills. They
an just w hat you in ed to euro stomach
and liver troubles. Try them. At \\
M. Blos-s’, f’erodo and K. \. VVillhams’,
Kenowt, 2V , guarantied.
Mr and Mrs. Oliver Fuller were in
Ashland calling Saturday.
A Onm Trugwly

is daily enacted, in thousands of homes. ]
as Death claims, in euch one, another
victim of Consumption or Pneumonia.
But w hen < 'oughs and Colds are proper
ly treated, the tragedy is averted. F. G.
Huntley, of Oaklandon, Iud., writes:
‘‘My wife had the consumption and three
doctors gave her up. Finally she took
Dr. King's New Discovery forConsump
tion, ('oughs and Colds, which cured
her. and to day she is well and strong."
It kills the germs of all diseases. One
dose relieves. Guaranteed at fiOc and I
f 1.00 by W. M. Bloss of Oeredo, and H
N. Williams, Kenova, druggists. Trial
bottle free.
Mr and Mr*. Hall were in Hunting
ton Saturday.
HOW'S THIS?
\V> offer Onu Hundred Dollar1* Reward for
anv case of latarrh that cannot he cured by
Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F. I. CHENEY Jk O'O’.,
Toledo. O.
We. the undersigned, hare Unown F. J.
Cheney for the last In years, and believe h>m
perfectly honorable In all business transactions
and financially able to carry out any obltga
tions made by his firm
VS at titvc,, Kivn ts * M 4KVIV,
Wholesale Drutr-’tst Toledo, O.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally. a< t
Intr directlv upon the blood and mucous .-nr
floes of the -yMpin. T-- imr ni.tl put free
Price 75c. per bottle. S Id by all liiu-ji-t
Take Hall’s Family Pill- foi t'onsiipation
Frank Hardin, of Hu
cd through town Frtdttv
•II. Kyc, paw
Tin* (>ri** i it,11.
Foley & C»„ < ’In urn, •«
Horny him I Tar ,i :i throat
remedy. and on :t* mini • t I
merit and popiilm 11 v ol I ol
and Tarjmnnj mu 'ion o
th** l- linin' \.-!i for ' i • \
and Tar and refit.*-*• my nlofn
ed *t- no other | i< p n ill di u I
mmiio satisfaction. I' i in il« 11 >
It contain nooi"i<’ and i
children mid delie t ■ t ■ i - * • f •
the 1 .hi- - Drug tine.
riginnteil
ind hing
Honey
IT rotl f.-r
i" Hot!' V
1 for
Id hv
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Fnl
Awiiand Saturday, calling o
Mrs. A. .1 Nunn and ilattghf wr.
at Hantinglon 20th r't. cht.t i ' iinday
Four 11 it ml red 15.titles.
Ft Viuecnt's Infant \*vlnii' t’*hie;igo.
shelter* homeless vs,«■ I await mg adop
tiori, and then .ire re art;. I • I.due
tier. Sift* r Julia writ' ‘ I eannot
h,i v Ui>> mu U in pr.m • of I olev’ Hum i
find T o for eon h ■ > old- < o.np ;il,.l
v.h< oping rough.’ Cotifn; nu npi.it -
Honey an'l Tat up! m-,.t n
it. it i - a sttfi r- re -I and < ten m
rcwtilts Wfu< mt*ditnt
th. f{Jo- I>m Stot .
Mass Kate Krilov w« -utmnoji.-d to
Huntington Sunday, on ii" 'Hint • ; het
mother's ilhi'v
Mpollml tier I tea iil.v.
Hitriief Howard, t*f XKt W. r. 1th ,~-t
New V'trl at one time li.itl h* r.l- mi;
* polled with kin trouble Sim v\ ri'<
*'I had Hull Rheum or Ivv nm-for yi o
hin nothing with! • ire it, until I n or
P.nrkIon’s Aruim S«l <•,*’ A quick am
«m h* aler for euta, burtw ami «-r< -
.’lir lit W M IHohi , Ocrwlll, Ulltl H, i'i
Wiiliuoi h< uova.
<\ n< i Ik i (IiihI !\Ihi> \\ Mint;
Hh neglected to take Foley's Kidney
Cura «t the first signs of Kuim y trouble,
hoping it would wear away, and he was
soon a victim of Bright's disease. There
is danger in delay, but if Foley*s Kid
ney ('lire is taken at once the symptom*
I will disappear. the kidneys are hip nght
died and you are soon sound and well.
A. It 1 lass of Morgantown, Ind.. had to
Ret up ten or twelve times in the night,
and had a ••♦were backache and pains in
the kidneys and was cured by Foley'a
Kidney Cure. Sold bv the Bloss Drug
j Store.
T. II Carrett was in town in the in
. teres t ot i.. T Macau ley Millinery Co..
I of Colmiibiis, last Friday.
A reasonable amount of food thorough
1> digested and properly nssiiniland
will alwa.VH mcrease the strength. It
j yonr stomach is n “little oft’’ Kudo)
1 tyspepsiu Cure will digest what yon • at
and enable the digestive organs to as
| sitnilate and transform all foods into
iis>ue building blood. Kodol rein ves
.'-our Stomach. Helehitig. Heart I urn
.mil nil forms of Indigestion. Palatable
, and strengthening. Sold by lilos., I >rwg
< 'o., lyid K. Ney Williams.
Mr. Irbv, of Lynn, \\a> in town Sat
I urday.
to Avoid 1‘iMMiinoiiia.
Wfliavp never lieurd of a single in
I stain *'of n i «iM r*Milling m Pneumonia
' »ir oilier lung trouble when Fol* \ s
I Hoii<>> and l ;u h;ls been taken. It not
"iilv >U>!» i lie cniigh, but heals mid
strengthens 1 he lungs. Ask for Foley’s
Hom y and Tar and refuse any substi
, tote offered. Dr. O. J. Bishop, of Ac
new, Mil’ll., writes: ‘-1 have used
Foley's Honey and Tar in three very
I s«ver*i cases of pneumonia with gorsl
| >**sults in every case.-’ Sold* by the
Bloss Drug Store.
Mrs. Jack Coleman and little sou.
Loel, were in Central City Saturday
calling on relatives.
Perfection can only bo attained in the
physical by allowing Nature to appro
priate and not dissipate her own re
sources. Cathartics gripe, weaken—
dissipate, while Da Witt’s Little Early
Kisers simply expel all putrid uiatti-r
and bile, thus allowing the liver to as
sume normal activity. Uood for the
complexion Sold by Bloss Drug Co.,
ami K. N**v Williams
Mr. and Mr**. M .7. Dalton and familv
wen* down Sunday calling on Mrs D.'s
parents.
Siokenino Shivering: Cits
of Agticand Malaria, can b** relieved
; and cured with Electric Ritters. This l
a pure, tonic medicine ; of especial beiie
' tit in malaria, for it exerts a true cura
iiv*“ influence on tlii’fliscusc, driving it
j entirely our of the system. It is much
to bo preferred to Quinine, having none
• >t this drug's bad altei-effects. E. S
>1 iitiday, of Henriei ta, T* x.. writes:
-M.v brother was very low with malarial
fever and jaundice, till he took Electric
Bitters, which save* 1 his life. A* W M
Bloss’, Cernlo. and R. N. Williams .
Kenova; price uOc. guaranteed.
Mrs. .Tames Cox was visiting (’atletts
burg last Monday.
The soothing nnd comforting effects
of DeWitt s Witch Hazel Salve, when
applied to Piles, sores, cuts, boils, etc.,
subdues pain almost instantly. This
Salve draws out the inflammation, re
duces swelling and acts as a rubefacii nt,
thus circulating the blood through the
diseased parts, permitting or aiding Xa
tur** to permnneutlv remove the trouble
entirely. Sold by Bloss Drug Co., and
K. Ney Williams.
Mrs. E. T Billups was in Huutington
Monday.
For coughs and colds no remedy is
equal to Kennedy’s Laxative Honey and
Tar. It is different from all others—
better, t»eeanse it expels all cold from thp
system by acting as a cathartic on the
bowels. Affords immediate relief in
Croup, t ’oughs, Colds, Whooping Cough,
etc. t ’hildren love it. Sold by Blo.-,s
Drug Co., and R. Ney Williams.
A New York millionaire who b<
gan Ins career as clerk in a cigar
store about forty years ago b.iast
ol having risen from the ranks.
Indigestion is easily overcome by the
use of Ktwlol l)vs|H'|>siu Cure, be<-ause
f Ills r* tin dvdtm stf, what yon eat ami
l'ivo *h« stomach a rest allows it to
r‘ ( iijt< raie and grow strong again. Ko
doi i' In vt ■) Indigestion, Bebhing of
• lii'. Sour Stomach, Heart-Barn, etc.,
iin«l enable- the digestive organs to
tnmiorm all foods into tin- kind ol rich
r- d l»l<»<»1 rli tf makes h< alt li arid t c ngth
Sold by I il««- brag and It. N’ey
Wllli.ims. 7
\N ben a m in reaches In* second
e 11111 i h t it it | in has no hair and no
t»eih and it single, lit* no more
si use tli.ui to want a wile.
Before hei marriage a woman
thinks ill uifii tie alike, bill a lew
months after she :s lirmlj convinced
li it 1 < .t*t ofit i* worst*.
1 ribsicf/fi <Sdl»: ot Proimnu Nr.ar
Gcredo.
CmIt i
M M I
Trti if.
fHml I.IHM Hil. his w. If tom-*,
a or,| on th I7lh liny ot Srp . ■ f„.t
1 ••• 1 Hook So. I/, |Mk'r I -I, .<
K v| y !• <fr- th . , meit( of
* bill-tint, lelitiiiiry l.», llmt*
1 *" '• ♦ ' >h Ifflr* nf siJVftff* i i ,1 vVrA
• * to ^ siske: tbi-ntf in ,n K„M )
‘' '• * t»*ei m a Male- m line o( . oumv i
tti. 'timber ins Northerly t ■mr*ft n,oi ,
' r.jnare fret, foifsth. r with «|| oi
m t nrt im|>r,,veni. nl ..n shI.i lot r„ i,,n.
I.- *c Lo» st ks ri is,
lu < ft b i ,U„M.
JLL.
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B 11 II M B K U G ,
I RONTON, O,
READY TO SHOW n“bm£IKiui“NTUdIKa.u°J
J’annulling* to FIT M KN OF ALL SIZKS.
A positive phvii g ol big money ; an ubeoluto appuruuce
of reliable tuerchandipe.
Every pale backed by cur gnuruutee.
Visit up; it will pay you.
A. fl. B B II M B E R G
CL.OTMIf.K, MATTER AND FURNISfiQR.
BrotWlit'iji'iYiVliih'i 'i'i'i'i'■'i'i'.'i i*i» Vi'iViVi'i'iVi'.Vi'i'f'l'i'jViVi' ,
&UW&L i^troa
‘ Ilave you broken your New
\ ear n resold! ion.*?”
“No,’' answered the •■any-going
citizen. “Ft isn't exactly broken.
| but it’ll have to la> up for about
i«-‘le\en mouths for lepain.”
bnoe tlier** nas a poor man w ho
attended strict ly t*> Ins own buisness
anil today In* i» riel uu<i liap| y.
It i' the husband o*'a strenuous
woman who said that any man
ouuht to be unhappy enough with
| out a wife.
Prosperity has much the same ef
leet on a man as gas has on a baloon:
i’°° mufh ol it will result in an ex
plosion.
50 YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
7fiADE Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac
A n vmiii* «»Ml|ru* a *U«M« h nn<| rtonwiptlnn nm>
nnli'kiy i mi «»i:r oi'iiumi fr«*** wn*»th«*f- an
Inv.-niion m prnhnMy p ttontahle. < nnitiniiiifa
i"H-Uy. ’iiiiii**lit i ,i HANDBOOK «•». I’m* nti
tM tit UMfit iiirt'tu’f for pal«»ntnm
I• ir«»11rm t.ikrri ii roinrh Muint \ <•» receive
9i" ml noti<ct\ wit limit. «*hiir&r<9. ftti tin*
Scicstsifsc .American.
A h!inil«<iiii<>lr |hti«f rnf •••! wo.-lclr IjiriiPHt olr
1 • ill' II ft IIIIV r. li llllUo JiMinilll. 'I'lTIllM (,||
y *r four nioiitlib, ft. Sold by nil
MUNN & Co.3GlBroj,iw:,» New York
Brum ti OIIIch (05 K Ht.. Wanhlliytnn. 1». (J.
CAItltlAUIXMAC
"larness a 11 <1 II a nI ware.
HUGH RUSSELL
3d Street,
Ironton, O.
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IN OLDEN TIMES
WA follow was envied by the community
when lie came out in a
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$Suil of Store Clothes.
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J Jflooe to Ordti*.
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Qne wise and let ns make them.
y»»»»»>»»
*i i, m ns
\ Mi o\ im< oats *h
NO >IOItK£
NO 1.1 SS y
LET US BE YOUR TAILORS.
TlieUNITED WOOLLIHMILLSGO.
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CHARLESTON M
PARKERSBURG
CLARKSBURG
J. C. Carter & Co.
VI ant to figure with
you when in the
market for House
Furnishings. . . .
J. C. CARTER & CO..
Si! si in, nun, west n.
EJiiS EM BA T.M ffi I’dS
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BIC SANDY NATIONAL BANK
CATLETTSBURQ-, KEHTTJCKY •
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j) Capital S50 000.00.
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Surplus $10,000.00. 1 *
OI'FICEES: f4
( HART Eb BUBBRLL) Pr*»R.
D. U. Carpenter, V. Free.
tii>fcfcT Meek, Cabhi^r.
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TDlBECTOliR:
A Mims.
IC H. Carpenter.
P. II. Vaughan.
Jay II. Nokthup.
C HAS. RusSEIJ..
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A SHARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS SOLICITED.
r*> Tz,
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My CHOICE AND YOURS
II you want. first-class laundry work
i- the 31 <»«I«• l Strain hamulrv. \\>
do not ruin your garments with cheml
cals, and we do not tear them in hand*
ling. We give yon a color that is im
maculate and n finish that is exquisite
When you want artistic laundry work
call on Charles A .} Davis.
Mr. Davis.is also agent for the Irontoiy
Dye House.
DOME TO
OUR BIG STORE
And secure what you need,
with us to uet the worth
We guarantee all who dea3
ol their money. We deal in
DKY GOODS.
BOOTS AND SIIOE8,
MATS AND CAPS,
0 HOC Kit IKS,
({UKENSWA HE,
OliASSWA It E,
HAHDWAItK,
FUKN'ITUKE.
We keep anything to be
found in a first-class Gen
eral Store.
(woods
Delivered
Free.
H' It I <; ■ IT It ROTIIU It s,
O H3 R H3T JO. W PST V A .
Huntington
Business
College
Huntington, - W. Virginia.
F«r Irn yean the Rl(,lrV
St hiMil. now inroi por.ited
*' HunJii«(jlon 1'iMiirw (,o\
ha« been engaged in
prt'pai ihg and placing m
putilions teal live young
men and women. Many
of tlirve now hold fine
position- ,.t ?ni, *sto a„a
up to $]fi() per rnon'li.
w
j,vr I. thorough tonne in I\ool»-keeping,
lelegraphy, Short hnnrl and Penmanship.
t I ypewntei free. Kindness men know tt« anti frequently
li'lp. flop and four or five month ' ttnu
I nter now.
d I indit'd, on ll.e ro id to
'the I line.ipal for information.
M«>x VJN, Huntington, -t
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KFNOVA TRANSFER CO
K UMOVA. WUST VIKOIMA.
Operating Wharf
And River and Rail Transfer.
m:\M KM in-— r
Buckeye” Balt, “Marion” him! “Foatnna” Whiff f-irno. “IRack Din
»l*jd Portland UmieutH, fJIn^n, Naile, Klun Tile, Sfv»of
I'ijm-. Kir.. Brick, Y ir» Clay, \\ oil Bloater, Hair, Rath, Hhirndf/
Corn, Oats, Chop, Bran, Ilay.Klonr, Seedt> ami Coal.
LOU run ES AND CJllIKK OKUVLINKS
Buffo a.i»l Time Tahlea furniehed for (Cincinnati aiul Pittghnre
rackele. Corrcepoudonce solicited. Bond for price liat.

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