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The Ceredo Advance.
Bnt«red at the pom-ofllee at Ceredo,. W. V*. an second class matter. WednrMlay, March 14, HHMl. f Katmos of this paper will please send t»thla oftloe notices of tbelr friends vUHIdi bare or elsewhere.—Ed.1 LOCAL NEWS. Election uext Saturday. Vote. , It snowed again last Sunday night. C. F. Mil lender, of Echo, was a Ceredo visitor last week. W alter Grate i» workin g for ti e Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Geo. K. Osgood, of Keoova, was a visitor to our town last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Franklin, of Kenova, were in town last Sunday. W. \V. Porter, of Dunleitb, was a caller at this office last Saturday, Sherd Mullens, of Huntington, was a caller at this office yesterday. Mrs. M. E. Plyniale, of Central City, was in town on business last Monday. Hon. Jos. S. Miller left last Sun day for Washington, D. C., on business. Kenj. Farris, who has been quite poorly with pneumonia, is able to be out. Miss Lillie Echols, of Hinton, is the guest of her aunt—Mrs. F. P. Payne. Willard Griffith has now no mustache. He looks somewhat younger. John Spradling, who has been quite poorly fur some time, is im proving. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wiley, of Huntington, were in our burg last ♦Sunday. Mrs. Tennessee Newman, of Ken ova, w as a business visitor to Ceredo last Monday. Nathan Slack, of Handley, vis t ed friends in our town several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hansher, of Huntington, were guests of Ceredo relatives last Sunday. 'Mrs. R. L. Black has been visit ing relatives at Columbus, Ohio, for the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Brown visit ed relatives and, friends at Ports mouth, Ohio, last week. Charles Spin lock is at home from Putnam county, where be has been worki* g for a gas company. H. II. Butherford will have a splendid skating rink in the build ing known as the “M illender Block.” (ireat Dissolution Sale of D. A N. Levine, the Catlettsburg clothiers, now in progress. Read ad. in this issue. Miss Mary Peck, of Kenova, at tended services at the Ceredo Con gregational church last Sunday morning. W. F. Echols, trainmaster of the Huntington Division, C. A (L R’y, who lives at Hinton, visited Ceredo last Saturday. W. II. Staley, of near Neal Sta tion, called yesterday and renewed his subscription to the Advance. He is an excellent citizen. Charley Thomson, the drummer, returned home last week after a month’s travel in the southern part of this State and Virginia. He re ports a successful trip. Another splendid company has been added to the McDougal Fire Insurance Agency. No need to go outside of Wayne county to get a good risk w ritten, as this agency can take care of all lines—large and small. We understand the contract has }>een let by the Norfolk <fc Western railway for a *50,000 round house to Im* built in the Norfolk arid West ern yards at minefield. Work wilK commence at once. / I Oliver Handley, of Normal, Ky., was hit by a B. A O. train at West Huntington last Monday and was badly hurt One of his legs was broken and he sustained other in juries which makes his recovery doubtful. The following named persons at tended the opera at Huntington on 4 Tuesday evening of last week and witnessed “Dora Thorne”: Mr. and Mrs. A. (». Brown and daughter, Mrs. ,1. M. Harrington, Mrs. Della 8rnith and Anna Kvans, of this plaee, and N. 8. black, of Handley. A Huntington young lady put a piece of wedding cake under her pillow to sleep over, and before she retired her little brother stole the cake, ate it, and put a slice ot liin burger cheese in its place. The young lady went to bed and dream ed that she was married to a man . who never washed bis feet. Badlu Burned. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson, aged about 2^ years, *as badly burned last Monday evening. Mr. Johnson was work ing at Kenova and Mrs. Johnson bad zone to Central City to see a sick sis-ter—Mrs. Dalton— the chil dren being left at home. The lit tle boy’s clothing caught from an open gas stove and before help ar rived nearly all bis clothing was burned off. He is still alive as we go to press. Tuesday evening, but his recovery is doubtful. GeredoHfoh School Base Ball Team. The Ceredo High School Base Ball Team was organized last Fri day with the following officers: \V. B. Piles, Manager; Ed. Wright, Captain; Henry Bruns. Secretary ; 11. E <4ieske, Tieasurer*. Evart Wright, Scorer. The other can didates for the team are: C, Piles, Earl Hensley. Kay Wright, Chas Combs, Homer Marcum, Boy Wright and Jesse Piles. Any team desiring a game with this nine, please Address \V. B. Piles. Ceredo W. Va. The Last Month of the Great Otter. This is the last month of the great offer we have for this paper ami New \ ork Tribune Farmer for only *1 30 a year, as the offer will be withdrawn the 1st day of April. Do not fail to take ad vantage of the offer. You will not have the priv ilege of accepting it after the date named, as the P. O. Department has ruled against it. Remember the offer is to new subscribers and old ones paying up all arrearages and tor one year in advance. Born. To Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Wolfe, March 0, 1906, an 8 lb. boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Christ ian, cf Buffalo creek, March 8, 1906, a son. To Mr. and Mrs. James Thomp son, who live nearCcredo, March 8, 1900, a son. Mrs G. B. Tyree and visitor, Miss Kdna Lambert, from EAie, W. Va., spent Friday wilh Mrs. Hiram Ful ler in Ceredo. —K. W. Kmbrey was here today on route from Gra ham, Ya., to Frankfort, where he goes to attend the funeral of H. P. Mason, a former member of the contracting firm of Mason & Km brey.—Catlettshorg cor. Ashland Independent, Mar. 10. Wanted:—District Manager to post signs, advertise and distribute HMtnp'es. Salary *18.00 weekly, *:t.00 per day for expeuses. State age and present employment. Ideal Shear Co., 30 Randolph St., Chicago. For Bale At a Bargain. I am authorizid to eell, at what I consider a bargain, good resi dence property in Keuova. T. T. McDouoal, Ceredo, W. Va. Htatk of Ohio, City ok Toledo, ) >«S. Lucas County. 1 Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is sen ior paitner of trie Arm of K. J. Cheney A Co , iloliiK ImihI ness In the City of Toledo, County mid state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of onK iii ndkkii ihu.i.arh for each and every cane of Catarrh Hint cannot be cured hy the use of Hall’* Catarrh Cure Frank .1. I'hrniy. Sworn to oefore me and xnbwrlbed In m v presence, this tit It day of December, A. i>. 1KWI. A W. GLEASON, IHkAt..) Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and sets d'reetly on the hlood and mu cous sui fares of the system. Mend for le-ll mouiaiH free. K. J. CH ENEY A CO., Tole<lo, O. Hold hy all Driirfiflsts. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Tiik Committee on Flections, of which Congressman Caines, of the Third West Virginia district, is chairman, has reported favorably the bill introduced by Congressman Hughes of this District, relative to the use of money in elections. This is a meritorious bill and wc trust it will become the law of the land. It is really a disgrace to American O’tizenship to continue to conduct elections by the use of money and whiskey. If Congress enacts a law to apply to President, Vice President and members of Congress, Legislatures of the various States will fall in line and then the poor men will stand an equal show with the rich in elections. If this bill becomes law it will be a feather in Congressman Hnghes’ cap. Honey <\h a Garde. Hooey makes an excellent gargle for eore throat, Boil one tea spoonful of honey in a cup of soft water and eargle freely. Thin name prepaiation also makes an excellent eye wash. Dip a clean piece of linen in the honey water and lay over the eyes. tie who seeks temptation In either a f«»l or otherwise— with the odds in fa vor of the otherwise. Looking at the .bright side of things never caused anyone to become lopsided. ! NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILWAY _ SeeKIno Outlet to the Lakes Over the D., T. & I. Lines. The Columbus Dispatch has tht ' following of interest to all railroad people: “An important conference of the higher officials of the Norfolk and Western and Detroit, Toledo and lronton railroads was h dd at Toledo at which it is said a trackage arrange, ment or a lease of the l)., T. Jc 1 by the N. & W. is being considered. “General Manager N. I> Maher and a party of officials of the Nor folk Jk Western, including ChieI Engineer C. S. Churchill, Superiu. tendeut of Motive Power, W II, Lewis, General Pssaenger Agent, W. 1». Bevill and Division Puss, enger Agent Allen Hull, passed through Columbus Saturday morn ing en route to the conference ai , Toledo. “General Manager Maher, to a representative ot the Dispatch, said that the meeting had been arranged ; for the purpose of discussing tht ' details of a connection between the Delrut, Toledo and Ironton at l Irouton, Ohio. lie intimated that the trackage arrangtnenl or traffic 'agreement ol some kind or a lease ot the Detroit, Toledo and Ironton by the Norfolk aud Western was being worked out. “Of course any deal of this na ture would be consummated by the executive officers, but it is Haiti that all arrangements have beeu conclud ed and that General Manager Maher and his party have gone to Toledo for the purpose of working out the details of the deal. The Norfolk A Western has been delivering its lake coal for the northwest to the Pennsylvania at Columbus, but this arrangenent it seems, has been very unsatsfactory. “It is said that the Norfolk A Western has sought a better outlet to the lakes ami has closed a deal with the Detroit, Toledo A Ironton, by which a great deal ot coal traffic of the Norfolk A Western system, originating in West Virginia, will be seut north over the Detroit, 'To ledo and Ironton, from Ironton, Ohio. 'The Ann Arbor railroad, which is a part of the Detroit, Toledo A Ironton system, will enable the Norfolk A Western to reach north ern Michigan both during the winter and during the period of navigation. “Nothing authoritative as to the nature of the deal between the Norfolk A Western and the Detroit, Toledo A Ironton could be learned, but it is generally thought that it is in the nature of a trackage agree ment, siiniliar t<"> t he one betw ecu t lit Dig Four and Ilocking Valley, be tween Carey and Toledo. “ft Gountru Kid/* “A Country Kid,” is the name of a rural comedy to be given at ! Wr'ght’s Opera House in the next week or so. 'The members of the i Ceredo Orel estra have been rehears ing this play for the last six weeks, and now have it down pretty pat. The members of the orchestra are being assisted in the play by Misses Lillian Brady, the funny little country girl, known as “Chick;” Anna Lyon, the nervous and fussy old woman, known as “Mariah Cunningham;” Edith Lurks, “Mary Blandon,” the lady ‘from the city. I The male members of the company are: Walter (irate, "Frank Blandon,” iho villian; John Grate, “Zehen Cunningham,” the old farmer; hid Wright, * Hill Taylor,” who holds the villian at bay; Kd Adkins, ‘‘Tom Cunningham,” whom Frank Bland on has wrongful; ( has. Marcmn/'.lim I Jones,” the tramp who is |in league ! w ith “Bill Taylor;” P. P. Chap i man, “Reuben Thacker,” the conn try kid from S<piashtown, b’gosh, whom “Zeben” and “Mariah” have adopted. There is not hirfg in this play that will shock the most pious Christian or that will compromise the innocent and unsuspecting; but will be about three solid hours of laughter and fun. New songs and specialties will l»e introduced be tween the three acts. The prices will Ih* within reach of all —10 cents for children; 20 cents for adults and 25 cents for reset ved seats. ftmbsr French Brier Pines. Do you smoke a pipe? Have you so* n the pretty selection at our store? A genuine French Brier pipe with amber st^m for 65 cents up to $2.50. We keep nil the finest smoking tobacco. Floren tine Drug Store, Wild Hoette, Huntington, W. Va. WANTED:—10 men in each state to travel, post signs, advertise and leave samples of our goods. Salary, t75 00 per month, $:i.00 per day for expenses. HOVAh SLTPI.Y CO., Dept. W, Allas Block, Chicago. toAprUO W. II. Hutchinson, of^near Dun leitb, was in town Monday. gmmmmmmimmmmrmmm mmmmmmm n?mnn£ 1 GHRPENTER'S 1 1 SLASH GLOTHINO PRICES ll A Sale That Means Wliat It Says! 3 Groat Clearance Sale will end Sat urday Night, March ‘24. We have gone over our stocks, selected choice lots from our regular high grade cloth ing and out. the price ONE HALF. Why? BECAUSE we can better afford to sell at a loss than carry the goods too long. BECAUSE some lines nrebroken and we cannot replenish. BECAUSE some, while good clothes, are heavy weight or old stj le. BE CAUSE we have to make room for new goods. UUitUUiUiUiUlUiUtiiiUUUUiiliUUiUUiUU smmmmmmmmmmmmi SALE Tables Tables Tables Tables IS ARRANCED LIKE THIS: No. 4. I 1-4 OFF IMlirnf **********^W*****i ******TOO<**** ******* ' fi No. 0. B 5'W «FF IMtlFF.fi W******************fi 5 ******************) No. 8. 1-4 OIF I* I ******** ******* 0****** (****** THE ». H. CARPENTER CO., Division Street, Catlettsbure Ky l ( t ( ( ( '. ( ( l ( t <(((((<<(<((<(( tl ( fefc I (l l l l Cl III l ( l i i l « / I l i i t i i Hi / < / t til i i i i / i i i nmmmmmm Died. Blanche Noe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Noe, died Monday morning from stomach trouble, aged 10 months. The remains were in terred in the (Jhaa. Brown cemetery yesterday about 3 o'clock. Folly and failure roost on the same perrh. umiMuuuuunma We have received the following clipping Irom a New Jersey paper: “Itev. John W. Morgan and Mrs. .1. II. Faraday are conducting union evangelistic meetings at German Valley. Tbe meetings are growing in number and interest daily. All the stores and saloons are closed in the town and the only place of resort is the church.” J. 8. cuossepC Justice of the Pence nn4 Notary Public, . City Hall, Kenova, W. Va I SOMETHING OP INTEREST IN FURNITURE! T1IK DIFFICULTIES OP “SAVING UP.” To Bavo up a sum sufficient for any considerable purchase before buying Furniture or Carpets or Ruga is quite a difficult proposition—as almost everyone knows through personal experience. Somehow 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 characteristic, 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 while enjoying the use and pleasure of the goods. And they do not pay excessive prices, either,—we guarantee the price of ev ery article we sell to be as low as it cau be bought for anywhere. We offer the same conveniences of credit to those of moderate income as those of ample wealth enjoy. / TUB PRINDLE FURNITURE GO. 914-9l64tli Avenue, Huntington, W. Va V