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The Ceredo Advance.
Entered at the poat-offlce at Ceredo, W. Va. u second olasa matter. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1907. 'dW'Pstroo* of thin paper will please .end tothla office notice, or their friend. vlMttnt bereor elaewlicre.— En.l 1AH AJU MittS. Plentiful—‘*dog fennel.” Cut it down. Mrs. Harriet Napier, who bfg been dangerouly ill, is better. Miss Sadie Wright, who has been sick for several days, is recovering. Mrs. J. W. Collier visited rela tives at Portsmouth, Ohio, last week. Miss Blanche Boggs, is visiting her aunt—Mrs. Green—at Riverton, Ohio. W. H. Hutchison, the timber man, of Buffalo, was in town last Friday. Mrs. Strother Mays, of Kenova, visited her mother—Mrs. Jones— last week. ’Squire J. S. CrosseD, of Kenova, made this office a brief call last Monday. Mrs. G. Otto Grady, who has been dangerously ill, has almost entirely recovered. Mrs. Wayne Ferguson and Mibb Maggie Kelley were Hunting ton visitors last Saturday. VV. G. Smith, the contractor and builder of Kenova, made this office an agreeable call last Saturday. There was not as much noise here this year on the 4th of July as usual and we have heard of no ac cidents. The Glorious Fourth was an ideal day. So far as the weather was concerned it could not have been improved. There was a large crowd at beautiful Clyffeside Park on the 4th. Many Wayne county people were there and enjoyed Chautauqua exercises. W illiam Hughes, of Kenova, and j formerly of Cat’s fork, this county, come up with several others from Kenova to spend the Fourth with old friends -—Big Sandy News. For Sale. — We have at this office a copy of the latest edition of Webster’s International Dictionary, with patent index, in best binding '1 he price of this splendid dictionary is $10.75. $8 50 will buy the book. Come to the Advance office and see it. The pony belonging to Robert Wright, Jr., became frightened last Saturday evening near the resi dence of Henry Mohlendor and in running around the square the carl came in contact with a telegraph pole. The consequence was a badly wrecked pony cart Luckily no one w’as in the vehicle at the tune and the pony was not hurt. Isabel, the little 7-year old daugh ter of Rev. and Mrs J. H. Camp bell, became frightened at the loud and shrill whistling of an N. tfc W locomotive last Wednesday night and jumping out of bed struck a gas pipe and broke her nose. This unnecessary blowing of whistles by engineers on traius should be stop ped. Attorney J. \1. Tiernan, of Wayne, who. with his wife, is visit ing the latter's parents, Kev. W. T. Justice and wife, was among the Record's callers yesterday. Mr. T iernan is one of the most promi nent lawyers ir. this section of tb< State and ranks high in his pro fession.—Cabell (Milton) Record, July 4. One of the most successful busi j ness men in all this region is J. W. Valentine. The principal reason for bis wonderful success is on account of his liberal hut judicious advertising and then he treats all his patrons so nicely that when they commence dealing with him they continue to be his customers. | Mr. Valentine has already commenc ed to advertise his new business which he will open in Huntington next September. Clyffeside Chautauqua closed la«t Sunday night. The Chautauqua progiam this year was a tine one and was highly enjoyed by those iri attendance. On account of rain Friday evening the “illuminated fleet” was di«pcn*ed with. No mis take wa* made in s» lecting I’rof. J. (4. Crabho as manager, as he is pre eminently fitted for the place. The Big Store of the C\ K. Silcott Co. at ( atlrltsburg, Kv , is a very popular place lor Wayne county buyers. It is really .» pleasure to do business w ith a gentleman like Mr. Hiloott, the head of the firm. He is polite and obliging and his help will always he found t<> he acoom* modating and alternative. This firm believes in dm i’ng profits with ils customers, as the reader will discover by perusing the all tractive full page advertisement in this issue. Mrs. Ellendar Taylor, the tnilin er, is quite sick—threatened with typhoid lever. .lames (ium has returned to iCeredo from Wyoming countv where he has beeu working for some time. I>o not fail to read the new ad of the Eaton Wall Paper Co. in thi~ issue. There you can get wall paper at your own price. Mrs. M. A. Buchanan and her daughter. Miss Stella, of Ohio, are guests of their son and brother, V. O. Buchanan, the popular C. A O. agent. I he X. dr W. depot at this place was entered by burglars last Satur day night, but they secured only 60 cents. They entered the building by prying up a window. SA1.ESM EX W AN TED:—For choice Nursery Stock. Best Terms. Pay weekly. Permanent employ ment. K. R. Harris, Harkirvillk,W Va. Williamson has again and again been visited by the tire fiend within the past few months Four tires occurred at that modern Min^o city last week, one of which destroyed the E-ther Arms Hotel, the best building of tho kind in the place. The good people of Williauson have our sympathies, but sympathies will not replace the destroyed property. It's Satisfaction I hat has made our shoe business the larukst along the Ohio river. 3jul)3w Bruns & Son. Pound Writing Paper. You can save money by buying your stationery in pound packages It’s the best quality and made by Eaton Hurlbut. Envelopes to match 10c a package. Florentina Drug Store, Wild «fc Boette, Huntington, W. Va. - - Man Killed at Hewlet. A man named Huff, who had been working in the office of the Fort Gay Leader, was run down and killed by N. <fe W. passenger train No. 15, last Saturday after noon at Hewlet, a station six miles west of Fort Gay, on the Big Sandy line. 1 he man had not been work ing for several days, but had been to the towns on the Ohio river near by where liquor is sold and it is said had been imbibing quite freely. It is supposed the man w’as on bis way to Fort Gay when death ended his earthly career. He was originally lrom Cincinnati. ft Handsome Drug btore. The drug store of Wild & Boette. corner of Fourth Avenue and Ninth street, Huntington, has been re modeled and the old furniture taken out and replaced with handsome new furnature, wdth French plate glass in all the show cases Since remodeling the room much more space has been secured and the Florentine Drug Store is now one of the handsomest stores of the kind in the State. The popular proprietors deserve the nice trade they have built up by their gentle manly treatment of the public. r ..tla.. aC I_■_^_ aa > . _ uuiiiy ui mvuiunidi U ffldllbldUUNier. Roy Marcnra, who was'tried in the Circuit Court at Charleston last week charged with the murder of John Ros.-, a colored man, was found guilty of Involuntary manslaughter. The jury returned the following verdict: “We, the jury, find the defendant not guilty of inurdei in the first degree or of voluntary manslaughter, but guilty of involuntary manslaughter.” Involuntary manslaughter is a mis <1 • meaner, punishable by a jail sentence or fine, or Nith, at the discretion of the court. The defendant is the son of Attorney Lace Marcum, ot Huntington. In speak ing of the trial the Charleston Mail says : “The verdict was well received by the defendant and his family. His father was asked last night whether or not the ease would be ap}iealed and replied that he had not a* yet decided. Marcum’s friends throughout the city, whil- pleased that he came out so well, are disappointed because a verdict of HC<|uittnl was not rendered. The kill ing for which Marcum was tried occurr ed in Clark’s saloon on Capitol street on the flay preceding last Thanksgiving. John Rose, the victim, was a colot ed bar 1st employed in Hazelwood's shop, n»-xt door to the saloon in which the tragedy was enacted. Rose and Mar cum had been on bad terms for some time and according to evidence intro duced at the trial Rose had on several occasions threatened to kill Marcum Marcum feared him and had forbidden Ro*c to come into the saloon where h< worked. On the morning of the shoot ing R<»^e went into the retail depart ment of Clark V place while there w as no one beside Mu.cum there. Relieving that f hf* n< gr lie nut to kill him Mar cum « rewa resolver and fired two shots otic n which sti uck and faiullv wound ed Rose. 'I lie wounded man was removed to a hospital where ne lingered for several w*- ks before finally succumbing to his in jure s. The affair excited a gr- at deal ol interest at. the time of its occurrence but the trial has not received general-at tention.” Judge H. K. Black, last Monday morning, sentenced Marcum to jail for | three months and imposed a fine of $go 00 and costs. We Do It Right , By giving you the l.iesgjjfe.lton. in footwear that wear Frost *fc Gat; red, Huntington. 1 Oj uoe4 w. Born. Io Mrs. NNm. Workman (nee Miss Lizzie ('art mill), at Ports mouth, Ohio, July 5, 1907, a daughter. Larue Fibh. While working in the Ohio river at the'Greenbrier Pole Co.’a yud last Saturday a large perch was ; caught between a log ami the hank in the shallow water by Fred Per due and was killed with a tie pole The ti*h weighed 14 pounds and was a fine one. It was served to guests,of the Commercial Hotel, j Sunday. Best Medicine in the World tor Colic and Diarrhoea. **I ttnd Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rene dv to be the beat i rem*»dy iu the world,” suys Mr. C. L. Carter, ot Skirum Ala. ‘‘I am subject I to colic and diarrhoap. Last spring it ! seemed as though I would die, ami I ; think I would if I hadn't taken Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I haven't been troubled with it since until this week, when I had a very severe attack and took half a bottle of the twenty-five cent size Chmnler lain s Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and this morning I feel like a new man.” For sale by th- Bloss Drug Co. Murdered In ihe Court House. Andy Coburn who was on tria' for his life in circuit court at Prestonsburg, Ky., last Wednes day, upon the charge ot murder, was shot four times and killed in stantly b$ Joseph Fitzpatrick, cousin of William Fitzpatrick, whom Coburn killed on Christmas eve, 1905. In the excitement the assassin made his escape. Long Live Tlie King! is the popular cry throughout European countries ; while in America the cry of the present day is "Long live Dr. King’s New Discovery. King of Throat and Lung Remedies!” of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine. Truro, Mass., says: "It never fails to give immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold.” Mrs Paine's opinion is shared by a majority of the inhabitants of this country. New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have tailed : and for couuhs and colds it’s the only sure cure. Guaranteed by Bloss Drug Store, Ceredo. and R. Ney Wil liarns, Kenova. 60c and $1 00. Trial bottle free. — -- ■— Kenova -Geredo Won. On last Friday evening the Ken. ova*Ceredo ball team crossed bats with the Louisa boys at Fountain Park. The game was rather interest* ing until the Louisa boys began to cheat, and then the game was no longer of interest. The score ac cording to the umpire, stood 9 to 8 in favor of Louisa. According to the people who witnessed the game, the score should have been 8 to 6 in favor of the visitors. Another bad feature about it was that some of the smaller Louisa boys tried to scoop gloves and bats belonging to the Ueredj boys and did succeed in getting away with a bat, that cost $1.00. 'This is a bad showing for our boyr and unless they are w illing to play a fair game they cannot expect to have other teams ta visit them.— Fort Gay Leader. -♦ « - - - - iihii mi* unity ih imnin^ it ih rrOHB and restless; it becomes feverish and in many cases vomits a gr*at deal and often times cannot even keep cool water on the stommqb' All the delicate little or gana of the Htomach are affected, bring ing on colic and diarrhoea Casuaswekt for babies and children makes the storn ach right and allays inflammation and prevents irritation. Cahcasweet makes the baby happy and well Sold by Blogs Drng Co. and Kenova Druggists Mrs. Thos. Dickerson, of St. Albans, visited Mrs. Joe Davis, Monday. It’s Satisfaction That generates from everyone that wears our shoes. Brush Son. ajulyttw W. A. Poff has been appointed by Mayor Sturgill as policeman. A few doses of this remedy wifi in variably cure an ordinary attack of diarrhma. It, can always be depended upon, i even in the more severe attacks of cramp colic and chob r t morlm* It is equally successful for fttimmer diarrhtea and cholera infantum in children, and is the means of saving I the lives of many children each year. | Winn reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take. Kvery ni in of a family should keep this remedy in his home. Bnvif. now. Price, 25c. Large Size, .Vic. A 1 Suit* a.i pci. c«>llj',rt,, s j __._ NN ‘»«li Suit* not im.Jnd*} J - '*> this snl«> | ~ * -*•■ :r..yl;'d *7 ”>0 For Boys’ £10 Suits. 6 75 For Bovs’ *.» (Hi Suits. 6.38 For Boys' $8 f>0 Suits. 5 63 For Boys’ $7 50 Suits. THIS SALE MEANS ■*» THIS tm~ $5 25 For Boys’ *7 00 Suits. \ 4.50 For Boys’ *t>.00 Suits. J 3 75 For Boys’ *5 00 Suits. J 2 t>3 For Boys’*3 50 Suits. * $10 to $IS Youths’ Suits will be $7.50 to $1:1.50. Remember that Monday, the 8th, waa the beginning of thia aale. risk G. fl. NORTHGOTr & GO. "“T™" TIIE OREATEST OFFER EVER MADE BY A PUBLISHER IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY Yes, Absolutely Free with every Yearly Subscription to The American Farmer, Of IndianHpolis, Indiana, and The Ceredo Advance. Both Papers and $1000 Accident Insur- (t 4 r" f\ ance Policy for one year, with no other \l I dues or assessments, for only ItC/V/ The American Farmer is tho only Literary Farm Journal pub lished. It (ills a position of its own and has taken the leading place in the home of rural people in every section of the United States. It gives the farmer and his tannlv something to think about aside from the humdrum of routine duties. Every issue contains an original poem by Holon L. (loode. 1 he publisher* of the American farmer have gone to great expense to secure these Accent Policies for its readers. It proposes to have the biggest circulation of any agricultural journal iu’thc world. To this end make this marvelous offer of a Free Limited Accident Policy for f I (SSI to every new suhrcrllicr to the American Farmer and the Cbmroo An vanck, who will pay a year in advance. The policy pays as follows: For Loss of Life.91 ,<M>0 For Loss of Both Eyes, mining entire and (>ermanent loss of the sight of both eyes. .|t0(i0 For Fio«« of Both Hands, by actual and complete severance at or above the wrist 1,000 For Loss of both Feet, by actual and com plete severance at or above the ankle . . . 1,000 For Loss of One Hand and One Foot, by actual and complete severance at or above the wrist and ankle.1,000 For Loss of One Hand, by actual and com plcte severance at or above th* wrist . . 250.00 For Loss of One Foot, by actual and com plete severance at or above the ankle. . 250.00 For Loss of One Eye, meaning entile and ttermanent loss of the sight of one eye . . 100.00 If you will subscrilte at once on the coupon below, we will give you a year’s subscription to Ixith papers, in addition give you a FREE AC CIDENT POLICY FOR *1.000 fully paid for a year, without any dues or assessments of any kind. The policy covers a wide range of risks, including denth or injury on railroad trains and other public conveyances,clevatcrs, trolley cars, etc.: also accidents on the high road, from riding, driving, automobiles, horses, burning buildings, hold-ups, drowning, bicycle acci dents, etc. *5.00 A WEEK IF DIMA BLED will 1h* paid for a number of weeks If you are disabled in any way described in the policy. You can have the papers and policy sent to dih ferent addresses if you desire. tSS.iSSSVSit MAIL THIS TODAY H^SSSSSScSSt To THE ADVANCE, Oeredo, W Va.: I oiicloae *1 SO for which Bond mo theAmerican Farmer and the Ceredo Advance one year, and the Limited Accident IuHurance Pol icy for ♦ 1,000.00. Name.p O. State .Age. To whom policy ie to bo made payable. The Age Limit on thin Policy i* Between l-> and 6* Inclnait e It Will Pay The country folk when they come to town to visit my store where can al ways he found a nice line of. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Odd Punts, Gents’ Fur nishing Goods, Overalls, Groceries, Provisions, Etc. My stock of Men’s Ties cannot be excelled by any similar store in the coun try. I have also just re ceived a fine line of Shoes. Call and see my stock whether you purchase or not. K. IIAZLETT BANK RtlLDINO CKRKDO, WEST VA. W. B. PILES, —agent for the— Moil Pteam I. \ ivory of tr ntoi' nun ' Irontob Di B6um vv rk oa for unr* ft«*liv»T',d Do You NfT.fl d Swing MarJiltx? See mir lismUnme new Sew ing Machines. I hey are finely Hni*fied in oak and have .' all the late-t improvement*. We will sell them tor leu* Ihaii one-half the amount agents a^k. If you want a machine don’t delay calling at the Advani k office and so* mt* onrs, an we have only two (one a drop heart) and do notexj»ect to have them long. I A Train Load of Books. The Cash Buyers Union Fulled For # 700,000. We bought the entire stock of new book* from the receiver in bankruptcy. We are closing them out at JO cents to 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. Sample Prices : Late copyright >>ooks werefl .50. My price 8Ke List includes The .Tangle, House of a Thousand Can dles, Clansman Hearts and Masks, Kb* n Holden, Man of the Hour and dozens of others. Encyclopedia Britannica, Half Mo rocco. Regularly $86.00. My price $7.75 1 Famous Pictures. Regnlarly $12.00. My price $| ,50. Shakespeare Complete Personal Edi I lion. Regularly $24.00. My price $* 75. I Milltons of Books, thousand* of titles, i chance of a lifetime to get airw>sf any ! Dsjk or set of hooks yon want for m «i ' to nothing while stock last books shipped on approval , -tll.ll;* f TO EXAMINATION IN VOt R *»v*. N HOME HE FORE PATINO, Every book guaranteed new and satis factory, or-abject to return at mv » x I rise. Write for my big Kre<- p.ai /am List of this stock before ordering If o-f* nothing. Will save yon money. Postal card will hringit. Ddviri H. Glarkaon, the Hook Hroker Department ftl, CHICAGO. If you need a sewing machine. , give us a call. We have two daisies that will go at a price of one-half | that which agents ask. ALL WORK (*t ARANTEEDi W. A. POFF Artistic Painter CEltEDO, W. VA. Eatimatea Cheerfully Furniabed. Painless Extraction. Nitrons Oxid G»u Used with Oxygen. Dr. J. A. Tauber, DENTIST. Offices iu Elk Building. (Removed from Big Bandy Bank Build in*.) CKtlctfaburg, Kentucky. ft’s What You Save That make* you rich, and if you are alive to your owu iu tereata you’ll find you save money hy trading with me. Other people do; why not you? Groceries, Fruits. Cigars, Candies, Lunches, etc. All my goods are fresh and my prices are right. H. H. Rutherford, Cor. Main and B Ste., 6juue4w CERE DO, W. VA. R. H. Williamson, J. t4. Williamson President. V.JP At Tr •»., Mki.M.;W. Williamson, scf'r The Tri-State Settling So., lie BOTTLER* OK ALL KINDS OK ( arbonated Beverage s AND AGENT* FOR TIIE celebrated Pence Springs Water. 321 W. 3d Av(*„ HUNTINGTON, W. VA. GOLDEN OIL FOR HEADACHES, COUGHS* COLDS, HOARSENESS, CROUP, DIARRIKEA AND HEALING PUliPOSKH. EVERY 80TTLE GUARANTEED. SAMPLES AND FORMULA TO PHY SICIANS ONLY. For Hale by The BIors Drug Co., Ceredo, and R. Noy Wil* ’ liama, Kenova. HE )VIBINATION OF THEYtAR. l-vi * „I ridooS, »u price, $3 00 A'oman’R Home Compau’o “ 1.00 1 Huccprb Magasioe, “ 1.00 This paper, “ 1.00 Total. 00 All the above for one year to . upw subscribers, or old subscrib ers payirig up all arrearages and [one v^ar in advance, for only $3.73. Or Rp view of Reviews I *r,d t,,tb»r Worrnti’a Horne Com I pamon or Hu sins auu toispauit firt3l0. NOW IS TIIE TIME To SKiJtRtt j YOUK HEADING MATTER FOR TUB j LONG WINTER EVENINGS. j Bend all orders to this paper.