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The Ceredo Advance.
- .- b ■stored at tba poat-offlce at Ceredo, W. Va aa aaeood elaaa matter. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, 1907. IdW Hat rone of tbta paper will piaaaa a-end Votblaolllce notices of tbalrf rtanda visit Ins ber* or elsewhere.—Ed. 1 Local news. James Swanson was in town last Saturday on business. Mrs. Ed. Harrington visited Hun tington one day last week. A. L. Clayton, of Keuove, was a Ceredo visitor last Thursday even, ing. F. M. Mulligan, of near Kenova, made this office an agreeable call last Wednesday. City Clerk H. W. Bloss, of Hun tington, was a business visitor to our town last week. Capt. Mark Poore, of Hunting ton, attended the soldiers' reunion here last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sara Dock Smith, of Docks creek, were visitors to our town last Friday evening. This office turned out a large amount of job printing last week. We do satisfactory work. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hersey and son, of Guyandotte, were guests of Mrs. S. A. Waymer over Sunday. E. F. Chapman, circulation man ager of the Huntington ‘Herald, made this office a brief call last Thursday. Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, which exhibited at Huntington last week, is said to be not nearly as good it loriuerly was. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vaughn , of Wevico, this State, were guests of Mr. and Airs J. M. Stephenson a few days last week. Mr. Beemer Wellman and Miss Alary Roberts, of Fort Gay, this county, were united in marriage at Catlettsbcrg, Ky., last Thursday. F. H. Hatten, of Docks creek, called last Wednesday and handed us a dollar to be credited on his subscription to the Advance. Fred is all right. M iss Dora V. Jordan, of Falls- ! burg, Ky., who was the guest of her aunt, Airs. J. A1. Stephenson, for several days, returned home last Wednesday evening. F. A. Adkins, of Huntington, who has been a subscriber to the Advance for many years, attended the soldiers' reunion Jiere last I Thursday. We acknowledge a pleas ant call from him. Capt. II. C. Duncan, who has been the guest of relatives and friends in this section lor several da)s, left on C. & O. No. 2 last Sat urtlay evening for his home at Washington, D. C. Read our offer on another page headed: “A Subscription and Edu cational Offer That Cannot he Equaled.” If you want a first class daily and your home paper now is certainly the time to subscribe. The editor spent a portion of the day on Tuesday of last week with John Jackson, the gentlemanly post master at Sidney, this county. Air. Jackson is a very clever gentleman and is influential in his neighbor hood. He is in the mercantile bus iness at Sidney. Willard Griffith left yesterday for Knoxville, Tenn., where he has ac cepted a position with the Phila delphia V eneer tfc Lumber Co. R W. Kennedy, formerly of this place, is superintendent of this company, having sold Ins interest in the plant at Grafton. All. Gnf fith’s family will remain here for awhile. See our handsome new Hewing Machines. They are finely finished in oak and 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 Apvanck office and seeing ours, as we have only two (one a drop-head) and do not expect to have them long. The Big Handy News says the burglars who cracked the safe of the Big Handy Milling Company at Louisa, have not been captured, ami a reward of $50 has been offered I lor them. The bloodhounds which were to have lieon sent from Hunt inglon to trail the thieves, either never started to Lou’sa, or got off the track heforo they reached there, j Ohio Valley Courcil, No. 88, Jr. ; O. F. A M.f has adopted the Burial 1 Fund Department. Fpon t he death of a member this department pays j to the nearest relative of the de ceased $250.00 as a funeral lienefit. insides ihts $250, which comes from the National Council, the Council at this place pavs out of its treasury to the nearest relative of a deceased brother the sum of $7o, making a total of $320.00. Be sides this each member in good standing, if taken sick, receives (>4 per week as sick benefits. D. K. Alvis made a business trip to Huntington last Saturday. W. H. Hunt, of Dunlow, was a visitor to Ceredo last Saturday. N. H. Frasher, of Portsmouth, Ohio, was a Ceredo visitor last Sat urday. We notioed G. W. Harrison, of Buffalo Creek, on our streets last Saturday. Mrs. A. M. Frizzell, of Central City, was a Ceredo visitor one day last week. H. H. Rutherford is siok at tbe Commercial Hotel. He is threaten ed with typhoid fever. Lemuel McIntyre has completed his new two-story dwelling at Cen tral City and has it rented. Felix Flanery has been catching some nioe fish. He is considered the prire fisherman ol town. W. A. Ramsdell, a member of tbe Street Committee, has pul in a substantial cement crossing at tbe intersection of C and East First streets. Mrs. J. M- Williamson, of Pome roy, Ohio, and Mrs. Howaid Wil liamson and Mrs. Willis Gilmore, of Guyandntte, were guests of Prof, and Mrs. E. O. Saunders last Satur day. The pain in Ma’s head has gone, She’s as happy as can be, Her health is right, her temper bright, Since taking Hollister’s Rocky Moun tain Tea at night. Bloss Drugstore and R. Ney Williams. The glove social given at the home of Mrs. H. M. Piles by the Ladies’ Aid Society of the M. E. church last Friday evening was an enjoyable affair. Ioe cream, cake, etc., were served by the society, while a number of persons reudered selections of vocal and instrument al music. After the contents of the gloves had been counted it was found the proceeds of the evening amounted to $23.30. Young Men (ami Ladies) with ambition should learn telegraphy. Under the new 8 hour law, which goes into effect next March, fully 15,000 additional Telegraphers arc required by the railroads in tin,* United Stales. Positions pay from $50 to *75 per month to beginners. For full information w rite to the National IVlegraph Institute, fin oinnati, Ohio. Ilsept4w. Dr. M. <i W atson, of Louisa, has closed a contract to build i li** retaining walls extending from the Big Sandy River Lock at (Jatleti* burg to the mouth of the river This is being provided by the gov ernment for the purpose of letting boats from Big Sandy River into the Ohio and vice versa. Work is already underway and three shifts will probably tie put to woik with in a few days so as to finish the job as soon as possible. — Big Sand} News. An exhibition of moving pictures will be given at the M. K. church next Saturday night, commencing at 7 ;30 o’clock. I'he scenes will include a panoramic view of the Alps, a trip through Yellowstone Park and many other interesting pictures. The entertainment will be given under the auspices of Keith’s Tours of the World and the proceeds will fie tor the benefit of the church. Admission: Adults, *25c; children 15c. Let all who ean attend and thus assist in s worthy cause. Thomas A. Edison, the gr*at American inventor, says : “Folly eighty per cent of the illness of mankind comes from eating improper food or too mnrh food; people are inclined to over-indulge thmii selves.” This is where indigestion finds its beginning in nearly every rune. The stomach can do just so tnnch work and no more, and when yon overload it, or wheu you eat the wrong kind of food, the digestive organs cannot possibly do the work demanded of them. It is at such times that the stomach needs help; it demands help, and warns yon by head aches, batching, sour stomach, nansea and indigestion. Yon should attend to this at once by taking something that will actually do the work for the stom ach. Kodoi will do this. It is a combi nation of natnral digestants and vegeta ble acids and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach. It is pleas ant to take. It digests what yon eat Sold by the Bloss Drag Co. and Kenova Druggists. There was quite an exciting time at old Khenee/.er school house, about three miles from Kenova, one day last week. 'I’he teacher, Miss Dix on, attempted to chastise a student, a girl about 14 years of age named See bolt. The girl resisted and breakitig away from the teacher ran home and informed her mother of the trouble. Mrs. Seebolt then went I to the school house and attempted to enter the place of learning by the door, but failing to gel in she endeavored to gam entrance by way of the window. About this time two of the trustees (Wm. I’ayne and (»eo. Brown) happened on the scene and managed to get the angry woman away. A warrant was sworn out for the woman, but at last accuunts the officer in whose hands the warrant was placed bad not been able to find her. Simmon** Bodu Pound. The body of J. C. Simmons, a nephew of the editor ot this paper, who was drowned at Gallipolis September 23d, an account of which we give elsewhere in this paper, was found on the dyke opposite this place last Friday afternoon about three o’clock. The authorities at Gallipolis were notified and S. C. Moats and a brother of the deceased, who were at Gallipolis at the time, oame down on the B. A O. train the same evening and had the body ta ken to the undertaking establish ment ot W. H. H. Holswade at Huntington, and after having it prepared for bnrial, it was taken to Harrisville Saturday. The body was so badly swollen thst had it not been for a ring on a finger and papers found in the pockets of the wearing apparel of the unfortunate man, no one would have recognized It as Jim Simmons, who was known as one of Ritchie oonnty’s most ex emplary young business men. He leaves a wife and a seven-year-old son to mourn the untimely death ol a devoted husband and father. Pine Smoklno Tobacco. Richmond Mixture, 15o Country Club, 10o Lucky Strike, 10c Three Feathers, 10o Louisiana Perigue, 25c Tuxedo, pound, 80c English Curve Cut, 10c Grain Plug Cot, 10c Vau Bibber, 10o Five Brothers, 10c Floreuims Drug Store, Wild A Boette, Huntington, W. Va. Better Than tver Will be the showing of Frost A (iarred’s Shoes this fall, the store that you can get what you want in the best quality. Don t forget the number bui) 3rd ave., Huntington, W. Va. 8 Miss Vashti Kennedy, one of our com posters, has been sick since our last issue. If this issue docs not contain as much news as former is sue* of the paper the reader will know the cause—a lack of composi tors. For Over Sixty Years. MKH. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING HYRUF nas been u*ed for over *lxiy years by mil. Inn* of mother-, for their children while o.iia ,K.WU" < HUOeeo*. II soothesthr .lilld, softens i be Kuril-., allay* ail pain, cure wlnij colic, and I* the bent remedy for dial rlm*a. li wilt relieve ilic poorMiuie millerei immediately. Hold by OruKgtHt* in evrrx part of the world. Tweiity-ll VP Cent* u boi le. Kesure and a>k for .Mr*. Window* •molhin* Svrnp. and i iki-nn niiict klim < >11.1 tail teed under the fo,«l and druK* ao lone d ull. l'MJfi. Setial number liras. •I. N. Smith, u ho works in the Kctiova yards, has moved to the <|eorge Smith property just across 1 Helve Hole from this place. ^ on never have any trouble to get children to take K'-iinnily’s Laxative • ongh Syntp. They like it liecnuse it tastes nearly like maple supar. Kenne dy’s Laxative Cough Hyrup is a safe, sun- and prompt remedy tor coughs uud colds ami is good for every member of the family. Sold hy the Bloss Drug Co. and Keuova Druggists. ^ Mrs. Samuel Fast and little daughter have returned from a visit with relatives at Cleveland, Ohio. Robert liaxlett, the Main street merchant, was in Huntington on business last Friday. Splendid Was Mantles at tlie Advance Stationery Store lor only 10 cents. Better ones two for cts. Korfo 1 For Indigestion. Relieves sour stomach. Palpitation of the heart. Digests what you eat. ■ ♦ Do You Need a Sewlnu Machine? 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. rrmurxete f9 r*r ntfrvr^ .itrrvr *r»p f*e> / a**,Atrs pCKAND SIO'JIDERS ABOVE THEREST; J I1 * Kauffmann marie to measure i garments fit perfectly. This we J I guarantee. I They are strictly correct m ] We take scientific measures and show 465 beautiful new pat- J terns of cloth. Our prices are very modest— J i S12.50 and up for the best tail* 1 oring money can buy. jjY. G BUGHflNflNj | F.du.i*. Resident Deefer I] FRED KAUFFMANN -j I *The American Tailor » CHICAGO F j Mrs. Lewis Praslter Hurt. Mrs. Lewis Frasher met with a painful accident Tuesday morning ana as a consequence will be con fined to her room for several days. She was standing on the crossing awaiting the arrival of a street car which she intruded to board. While awaiting the car a furniture wagon came along. Mrs. Frasher, in or der to get out of the wagon’s way, stepped beside the street car track, but did not notioe an approaching oar. The front aiepe struck the aged lady, knocking her down. Her right shoulder and arm were brok en, while she wss considerably in jured otherwise. She was immedi ately removed to her room and l>r. Sturgill summoned, who rendered necessary medical assistance. The Employer*’ Liability w vea a partial Hat of accidents which befell policy holders la that company daring January. There are thirty ala cave* cited and with apparently no attempt to select accidents of an ordinary nature, buf in glancing it over, one la struck with the fact that at least twenty-five, and poaeibly two or three more, of these accidents, befell what might be termed the average business man In hi* everyday round of life. One was injured while stepping from an elevator;|four sustain ed injuries in connection with their dally trips on attest care; several met mishaps on side walks; two fell on steps, aud no on. It is the same with the experience of every accident in surance company. It is the unexpected that happens and it happen* to the matt that is least eapectlnn it Tile man who tries to get along without an accident policy is like the man who attempts to handle l*ee* without a net or gloves Mat be lie won't he stung, but the chances are that he will.— Hough Notes. You may always regret it if you fail to accept the accident policy tor $1,000 which we offer free with thin paper and the American Far mer. A Wild West SUlflt. Seine of the ftmall boys of town wore playing “Wild West” last Saturday and Frank, the little won of Mr. and Mrs. .lest*- Wright, wan hishocd by a compan ion. Frank wan thrown down and in falling had an arm broken. If yon take DeWitt’fi Kidney and Blad der Pills yon will get prompt relief from tmefcache, weak kidneys, inflammation of the bladder and urinary troubles. A week’o treatment cent*. Sold by the Blonn Drug Co and Kenova Druggist* Kenova Saw Mill. Dr. S. W. Patton, of thin city, in president, and Dr. J. C. Ueartie aecretary-treasurer of the Kenova Saw Mill Co., whose plant lias just been completed aud is now in full operation near the Virginia Point, in Kenova. 1'he company ha* one of the moat conveniently arranged nulla to be found any w here, all the machinery being of the most modern type. The plant wan constructed under the supervision of Mr JaineH Vanhorn, also of thin city, who is the super intendent, and many arc the com plimentary comment* heard from practical Haw mill men who visit it, •4* to the completeness and practical arrangement of the mill. It in lo lated on six acres of giound above high water mark, though it stands near enough ihe river ho an to bring logs from the water to the mill floor by means of an incline track I he N. it VV. Ofo in now lay ing a switch to the plant, and there is a tramway running the length of the company’s property. The concern employs about thirty-five men arul has a sawiig capacity of 30,000 feet per day. At present orders sufficient to run the mill six months are booked and more are coming in. The work now being done is on contract, but the company will purchase logs and cut lumber of its own for sale to the trade later on.—Caflettsburg Press. Notice o) Sale. Wayne Damron, vs. / In Chancery, W. H. Helbee, et al. J Notice is hereby given that in pnrsu nnce of a decree of sale made and enter ed in the above entitled cause (»endmg in the circuit eonrt of Wayne county, West Virginia, on the 21st flay of Au gust, 1007, the undersigned special com missioner will on the Mill I)uy of November, I1N>7, between the hours of 10 o’clock, a. m,, and 4 o’clock, p. m.f at the east front door of the court house of said county, proceed to sell by way of pnblic auction to the highest bidder, the following real estate decreed to be sold by said order of sale, to-wit: A tract of about 100 acres of land situate on the right fork of Twelve Pole River, in said Wayne coun ty, which was heretofore conveyed to Mary J. Helbee. therein designated as Josephine Helbee, by Garrett Walker by deed bearing flab; on the With (lay of October, 1008, and recorded in office of the clerk of the county court of said Wayne county In Deed Book No. 59 at page 491. TKRMK ()f SALK. Haul land will is* sold upon the terms ' of on*- third the purchase money cash in 1 hand on day of sale, one-third »n six and fine-third in twelve months from day of sale, the purchaser to execute his notes with approved security, payable to said special commissioner for the deferred payments and the legal title to beheld I until all purchase is fully paid. J. II. Mpkk, Hperial Commissioner. T, (’has. E. Walker, clerk of the cir cuit court of Wayne county West Vir ginia, do certify that J. II. Meek, tqs*cial commissioner, has executed bond as snch commissioner in the foregoing cause in the i**nalty of |700.00 as re quired by the decree of sale. (riven under my hand this the 25th day of September, 1907. (Jnas. E. Walker, 2oct4w Clerk. ~ V . . £ JjV L . . 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