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The Ceredo Advance.
Bsurtd at U>« part-oflM tt Cindo, W. V*. *• MeoDdeisM matter. WErEESDAY, MAY 29, 1907. rsvratroos of this paper willpieaee send mtblaoflloa ootleeeof tbelr frleada rldtlat beta or eleewbere_Eb.1 LOCAL NEW8. Brans A Son pay yonr oar fare on $2.00 purchases. Street cars now run eat to Spr'iog Hill oemetery, Huntington. Tomorrow (Thursday) will be memorial or decoration day. Reece Owens, of near Duntei'b, was-a Ceredo visitor last Wednes day. Mrs. Paul Adkins, of Bluefield, is visiting relatives asd friends in oar town. Prof. 14. Otto Grady was con-1 fined to bis room on accouut of a severe cold last Wednesday. Jerry Dixon, of Portsmouth, , Ohio, was in town last Wednesday, i He made the Advance office a call j while here. We have Ladies* and Men’s shoes, all solid leather, at $1.50 and $1.75 per pair. 17maySw. Bruns A Son. xv. t. Lambert, tbe Wbitea creek merchant, made this office au agreeable call last Friday. He left with us an order for some fine stationery. Our many years experience in shoe baying will save you money, and get you better shoes. Try us. I7may8w. Bruns A Son, Catleltsburg, Ky. E. H. Smith is building a two story frame dwelling on bis farm, which adjoins Ceredo on the south. Sam Patterson, who works tor Mr. Smith,will occupy the new building. Tbe Board of Health for the Town of Ceredo is composed of Dr. W. F. Bruns, E. H. Smith and Frank Staley. W. F. Sturgill as Mayor is an ex-officio member also. An epidemic of tbe ,(black tongue** ha * broken out among the catkle of this section. The tongue of tbe animal afflicted swells to about twice its normal size and the beast strangles to death. Susan Strothers, an aged lady of Hubbardstown, and tbe mother of J. C. and W. R. Strother, fell last Thursday evening, ayd her head struck a stone, cutting an artery, making a very ugly and painful wound.—Fort Gay Leader, May 22. Work on the new car barns of the Camden Inter-state R’y Co. at 19th street and Washington Avenue, Central City, will commence in a few days aud be rushed to comple tion.The buildings will be modem in every particular. Artists have no trouble in secur ing models The famous beauties have discarded corsets and have be ! come models in face and form since taking Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. The Bloss Drug Store, Ceredo; R. Ney Williams, Kenova. Mrs. H. B. Harmon, of Proctor ville, Ohio, was the guest of rela tives in our town last Wednesday. While in town she called and re newed her subscription to the Advance. Mrs. Harmon was on her way to Shoals to spend a few days with her parents. It’s too had to see people who go from day to day suffering from physical weakness when Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea would make them well. The greatest tonic known. 35 cems, Tea or Tablets. The Bloss Drug Store, Ceredo; K Ney Williams, Kenova. See the new advertisement in this issue of The Tri-Stale Bottling Co., of Huntington. R. H. Williamson, the popular C. <fc 0- conductor (who was for many years conductor of the “Shuttle Train,” which run between Ashland and Huntington), is President of the company. He is a gentleman with whom it is a pleasure to do business. A charter has been issued to the Vinson Coal and Coke Co., of Huntington, chief works in Mingo county; toowncoal property, mine and lease same, etc. Capital $750, 000, of which $500 has been nib scribed and $50 paid. Incorpora tors: Z. T. Vinson, T. J. Bryan, E. M Watt", A. E. Bush and C. N. Davis, all of Huntington. Fire destroyed the Powers build ing at Greenup Avenue and 13th streets, Ashland, Ky., one evening of last week. Mrs. Powers, who was alone in the house at the time, did not notice the tire until it had gained such headway as to cut off her escape by the stairs and she was taken through an upstairs window to safety. Everything in the home of Mrs. Pawers, includ ing a tine piano, was consumed by r* i the 'flames. The toil- loan will amount to about $10,000. Mrs. 8. V. Cram, of Cassville, is visiting relatives in oar town. W. M. Poff, of Kenova, took a ride on the Mechanics* goat at this place last Friday night. ■ Miss Hattie Jones, of Ashland, Ky., wss the guest of Mrs. J. O. Marcs in lest Saturday. Miss Willie Beckleham, of Ports mouth, Ohio, is visiting relatives and friends in oar burg. Miss Nellie Bruns has been oon fined to her room on account of sickness for the past week. Mr. snd Mrs. Raleigh Fouch, of 8onth Point, Ohio, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Adkins Satur. day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adkins, of Bluefield, are guests of Mr. A.’s parents—Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Adkins. Mrs. Wendell Meinhart, Jr.. ;»f Ashland, Ky., stopped here last Sunday en route home from Glen Alum, where she. was visiting relatives. Mrs. Frank Mott visited Mrs. S. S. Vinson and Mrs. Don Clark at Kettogg laat Sunday. Mrs. Vinson is able to walk with the assistance of a crutch. James Rigg attended the teachers' uniform examination at Wayne last Thursday and Friday, He visited his parents at Centerville Saturday, returning to Ceredo Sunday. We have this Reason added to our immense shoe stock the famous Julian kokenge Co.’s Ladies* fine Oxfords and Ties, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50. 17may3w Bruns & Son. Lightning struck the dwelling of H. M. Piles, this place, last Satur day afternoon and also tha residence of W. W. JacxHon at Kenova. Luckily fire did not ensue and the damage was not great at either place. Of all the 'fruits that are in the land, That grow on bush or tree, I would give up the choicest ones For Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea. The Bloss Drug Store, C'*redo; R. N. Williams, Kenova. Glenn Mott, who underwent a very severe operation at Boulder, Col., about a month ago, is report ed as getting along nicely and expects to be hete in about two weeks to visit bis parents. Hugh Lobrman, who has been working with Morgan Walker’s carpenter force on the N. <fc W. R’y, fell off a trestle near Ironton, Ohio, last Thursday and was badlv bruis ed, although be was not dangerously hurt. The big shoe store of Fred Bruns <fc Son invite you to inspect their swell styles of Oxfords,Gibson Ties and Pumps. Tbeir styles are selected from among the best shoe factories in the country. Prices ♦ 1.50 to ♦5.00 per pair. 17may3w. Dr. J. A. Tauber, the Catletts burg (Ky.) dentist, has handsome office rooms in the new Elk build ing. He invites Wayne county people who need anything in his line to give bim a call. See card elsewhere in this paper. 29raay4 w. P. P. Chapman, Deputy Istate Councilor, visited Centerville, this county, last Saturday, where he expects to institute a council of Junior Order United American Meehan os in the near future Those desiring to join as charter members will please leave their name with either Messrs. L. J. or John Kigg at Centerville; R. H. Williamson, who will be remembered Vy many reader* of this paper as the popular conductor of the C. & O. Shuttle train, was in town last Thursday and while here made this office a pleasant call. He is President of The Tn-Htate Bottling Co., of Huntington, and deals in all kind* of carbonated beverages. His company also handles the celebrated Pence Springs water. We know there has been an unusual tendency by manufacturers to cheapen the quality of the shoe, on account of the sharp advance in leather, bnt we have endeavored to keep the quality up, and prices low as possible. If you have not been getting the usual service out of your shoes, try ours. Krrd Bruns <fc Son, 17may3w. Catlettsburg, Ky. A number of the members of Ohio Valley Council No. 88 attend ed Jr. O. IJ. A. M. memorial services at Emmanuel church at Huntington last Sunday afternoon. ■ Rev. A. M. Martin, the pastor, de livered an excellent memorial ser mon to about 400 Mechanics and Daughters of America. Those from the local council attending were; Messrs. W. G, Smith, A. N. Scaggs, M. D. Copley, Robert llaxlett, Dan Cox, O. Karris, S. D. Lewi*, Wra. Caperton, P. P. I ■ Chapman, John Hamilton, James Qalloway and C. V. Dodge. Constable Strother Mays was np from Kenova on business Monday. H. II. Uutberford has quite a oioe line of cigars, tobaooo, oan dies, etc., in the Staley building oo-Der of Main and B. streets, which he has fitted up in fine style. See the new “Walk-Over” Men's Oxfords made on Laurens Toe The very latest, $3 50 and $4.00. 17may3w. Bruns & Son, Catletts burg, Ky. Cascaswrrt for babies is the best remedy for colic, summer complaint, diarrhoea and sour stomach. It is especially good in cases of teething when irritation affects the stomach and intestines. Oabcasweet is a pleasant, safe remedy, containing neither opiates nor uarootias; all the mgredients are printed plainly on the wrapper. En dorsed by mothers because it acts so quickly. Sold bv Blues Drug Co., Ceredo: K. Ney Williams, Kenova. The following Ceredo people at tended the commence men t exercises of the Catletl*burg High School at Ciyffeside Park last Thursday even ing: Misses Kathryn French, Fern Wright, Mary Cox, Julia Wright, Alma Collier, Grace Adkins and May McDougal, Messrs. Will Piles, Henry Bruns, Homer Maroum and Veruon Grot be. Miss Lucy Smith, of Kenova, was also present. The young ladies were chaperoned by Miss Anna Lederer, teacher of the Ceredo High School. The sermon to the graduating class ’07 of the Ceredo High School was preached in the Congregational church by Rev. Arm&ntrout last Sunday at 11 o'clock, a. m. The oburch was very tastefully decorat ed with flowers and potted plants and the class colors—crimson and white—were artistically displayed. There were no scrvioes in the other churches and Revs. Billups, pastor of the Baptist church, and Rev. Twynham, pastor of the M. E. church, were present and assisted in these services. The congregation was a large oue, all denominations of the town being represented, and the music (which was exceptionally good) was furnished by the united choirs of the three churches. The ■jrraon was a strong and able one . d all those present speak very highly of it. ONE WELL PAINTED HOUSE In a neighborhood creates a demand for others ; leads to general improvement in public taste and increases property value. A liberal* use of Green Seal Liquid Paint is sonnd business policy. For sale by Robt. Wright, Jr. Base Ball and Tennis Goods Croquet Sets, Hammocks, Marbles, Kites, etc. The largest line in the oily. Be sure and sec us. Kioeb’s Book Stork. Imay4w Huntington, W. Va. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Suiter, of Ports mouth, Ohio, died of whooping cough, Tuesday, May 21, 1907, aged 6 weeks. The body of the little girl was brought to Ceredo and deposited in Brown’s Hill cemetery. Mrs Jane Jacobs died at the home of her daughter—Mrs. J. VV. Stark—who lives in the Frasher building on B street, of get.eral de bility, Thursday, May *23, 1907, aged about 84 years. The deceas ed had been in poor health for some time prior to her death. She was a Christian lady and has gone to claim the reward of a well spent life. The body wai taken to Greenup, Ky , the former home of Mrs. Jacobs, last Friday and interred. Painless Extraction. Nitrons Oxid Gas Used with Oxygen. Dr. J. A. Tauber, DENTIST. Offices in Elk Building. (Removed from Big Bandy Bank Build ing.) Catletfoburg, Kentucky. R. H. Williamson, J. L. Williamson, President. V. P A Treas. Mss. M. W. Williamson, Sec’y. The Tri-Stito Settling Co., l&c. BOTTLERS OF ALL KINDS OF Carbonated Beverages AXD AOEXTS FOR THF. CELEBRATED Pence Springs Water. 321 W. 3d Ave,, HUNTINGTON, W. VA. Kodnl For Indigestion. "*■**■**-** Relieves sour stomach, D'lpiution of the heart. Digests what you eat j 4th Aw._HUNTINGTON'S GREATEST STORE. 4th Aw. Boys’ Blouse Waists (SKOOMD FLOOR ) Mothers who here beeu making the boys* Blouse Waists will find a friend indeed in this showing of ready-to-put-on Blouses. Prioes no more than you will par to hare them made. They hare more style. They fit better. They improre the boy's appearanoe. At 50o. Boys* Blouse Waists, oollar on or off In Plain White Madras, Blue, Otey and Tan Chambra and figured and striped peroales. Ages 5 to 15. Carefully out and made. % At 75o, Plain White and assorted pat terns. At |1 00, plain white negligee and pleated bosom, checks, stripes aud figures with oollsr on or off, full ^pt, ages 6 to 15. Boys’ Pajamas (SUCOND FLCK'B ) The sleeping germenta most praotioal add healthful for ohildren as well as grown-ups. In white assorted figures and dotted Madras. Full out and neatlv made, with a touch of Lisle braid used to finish. Ages 4 to 17- 8uit 76o. Price, Boys* Night Shirts, 60o; no oollars: ages 4 to 15. Child’s Sailors In styles you cannot obtain elsewhere t The straw is of unusual beauty. These sailors are exteueively used for girls as well ae boys. In all sisee, trimmed with white, blue and red silk streamers, priced at 50o to $3 00. Straw Tam 0*8hanters, boys’ or girls*, en tirely late styles, first showing. Blue and white ribbon used in trim, all sixes, $2 40, 03. 0. ft N0RTHG0TT S CO.. Huntington, W» Va. THE GREATEST OFFER EVER MADE BY A PUBLISHER IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD I $1000 FREE Yes, Absolutely Free with every Yearly Subscription to The American Farmer, Of Indianapolis, Indiana, and The Ceredo Advance. 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Paint the House now—if it needs it—to paint at the right time is to economize. If the work is done now, it will not be required to be done again for five years, and if you put it off until next year it will cost you a third more. SO DO H NOW. T HAVE THE WORKMEN TO DO GOOD WORK—and doit properly. I USE THE BEST WHITE LEAD and OIL obtainable and WARRANT MY WORK to give entire satisfaction. €. V. DODGE, Kenova, West Va. 1 ( t (( l (T (( t (<((<((((( t ((((( X4 <((< (CM c c i t < f (!< t i f ( f f ( A Narrow Escape. G. W. Oloyd, a merchant of Plonk, Mo., had a narrow escape four year* ago when he ran a jirasou bnr into hia thumb. He says: "The doctor wanted | to amputate it, but I would not consent. . I bought a box of itaokleu's Arnica Salve | and that cured the clangorous wound.’9 I 25e at the Bloss Drug Co , Oerodo, and B. Ney Williams’, Kenova. Leo Biown Oft. Kelse Clark, an employe in the shipping department of the whole sale hardware firm of Emmon Hawkins, at lluutington, one day last week, stumbled against a barb wire stretched up stairs in the ware room and before he could catch him self stepped on a dynamite cap that had been carelessly left on the floor. Clark will probably lose his leg as a result of the ex- ^ ^ plosion that followed. When an examination was made of Clark’s injuries it was lonnd that the barb wire had cut an ugly gash in his leg just above the knee, be sides nearly tearing the leg of hia trousers off. The explosion tore the foot and leg below the knee in to shreds. Wonderful Kczenm Cure. “Our little boy had eczema for five years,” writes N. A. Adams, Henrietta, Pa. “Two of our home doctors said the case was hopeless, his lungs being nffoct ed. We then employ«h! other doctors, but no benefit resulted. By chance wo read about Electrio Hitters; bought a bottle and soon noticed improvement. We continued this medicine until sever al bottles were used, when our boy waa completely cored." Best of all blood medicines and body building health ton ics. Guaranteed by Bloss Drug Oo„ Ceredo, aud R. N»*y Williams, Kenova. 60c. There is not the slightest sense back of a great deal of hope. Notice is hereby given that I will not he responsible for any debts con tracted by niy wife, Florence Chadwick. 2‘2may3w. Tiioh. Chadwick. —- ■■■■■■ ■-C. Do You Need a Sewlnu Machine? Hce our handsome new Hewing Machines. They are finely finished in oak srnd have all the latest improvements. We will sell them. for less than one-half the amount agents ask. If you want a machine don't delay calling at the Advance. office and seeing ours, as we have only two (one a drop-head) and do not expect to have them long.