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KnUif d tt the potl-«fflc« •( Cerc^ \ » an Mooodol am matter. WEEKESDAY, OCT.30, fdVPatroD* oftbla paper will pit*a»« totbla office notice* of tbetr f idenda bare or el*ewbere.—Ed.1 local, news. Bruns «fc Son for good school shoes. Robert Hszlett has a new ad. in this issue. Good morniug. Have you been ballooning? Oliver Hatten was a visitor to our town last Thursday. Mrs. Lucinda Chapman H visit ing relatives at Cbillicothe, Ohio. Judge W. W. Marcum is having his residence remodeled and greatly improved. Miss Sadie Enslow, of Hunting ton, was a visitor to our town last Saturday. Mrs. A. M. Frizzell, of Central City, was a Ceredo visitor last Thursday. „ Mrs. Clarence Chapman visited relatives at Cl.illicolbe, O,, from Thursday to Sunday. Several Eagle knights are con templating visiting the castle at Dunleith Saturday night. Watch our bargain table for shoes at hall price. Bruns & Son, 23oct8w. Catleltsburg, Ky Charles Spurli ck came to Ceredo last week from Clay county, where he has beeu working for several months. At the meeting of the Farmers’ Institute held at Whites creek recently a county Grange was or gaui/.ed with Thomas E. McQuin as President. Bruns & Son (Catlettsburg) pay 10 ceius car fare on purchase of *2. 00. Don’t fail to let them know you are from W. Va 23oct3w John Smith was in town last Wednesday ami while here handed us a dollar which advances his sub scription to the Advance a jear in ad vance. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1\ Hall, of Parkersburg, were in town last week on route home from Roanoke, Va , where they had been visiting relatives John Irby accompanied them to Roanoke. We have a full line of Doro-uiy Dodd ladies’ tine shoes, all leathers *3 00. *3.50 and *4.00. 23oct3w. Bruns & Son. Dell Newcomb, who was bound o^er to answer an indictment for re sisting arrest, gave bond, with Henry Mays as surety, and was re leased. Mrs. R. Woods, of Huntington, accompanied her husband to our town last Friday and attended the entertainment given bv the Jr. O. U. A. M. Bruns’ Shoe Store is the only place in Catlettsburg that you can get Mens’ Walkover shoes. They pay car fare. 23oct3w. Mr. ami Mrs. VV. T. Dish man, of Huntington, K. F. I). No. 2, were Ceredo visitors last Monday. Mr. I>. stopped at this office while in town and had his name placed on our subscription list. A big l»ne of men’s working shoes all solid leather at #200 and $2 Bruns & Son, 23oct3w. Catletts burg, Ky. We understand that .larnes Hazlett, who recently bad an arm amputated at the Huntington ^lospital, and whose life was des paired of, is getting along nicely and now has good prospects for re covery, W. O. Darling, of Walker’s Branch, called last Monday and re newed his subscription to the An vanck. He also took advantage of our clobbing arrangement and will receive the American Farmer and an accident policy. W. W. Porter was awarded the contract for building the concrete abutments for the Beech Fork bridge and J. A. Lambert was awarded the contract for building the abutments for the bridges to be built at Shoals and Dickson. Rev. .1. B. Workman, son of Alderson Workman of this county, was returned by the M. E. Confer, ence to Oakland, Md., this making his fourth year as pastor of the church at Oakland. He gets a salary of $1200 with marriage fees that, will probably amount to $800. Mr. and Mis. C. R. Lavalley, of Central City, attended the anniver sary exercises of Ohio V’alley Coun cil, No. 88, Jr. O. U. A. M., last Friday evening. Mr. Lavalley is State Jr. Past Councilor and being called upon for a speech, although not on ttie program and not expect, jug to be called on, he responded with a short address which was well received. Bruns’ Shoe Store for bargains. Jesse Wright is still unable to be at the store. Read Mrs. Ellendar Taylor’s new ad. in this impression. Mrs. E. O. Saunders visited rela tives at Pomoroy last week. E. T. Billups will be at Wayne November lltb aud 12tb, prepared to do all kinds of deutal work. Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Twynham are attending the Sunday School convention at Wayne this week. If you need a sewing machine, give us a call. We have two daisies that will go at a price of one-balf that which sgents ask. John Irby will conduct the busi ness of blacksmithing at Central City, having purchased a shop at that place. He will still live here. Rev. A. M>ck, Presiding Elder, of the Huntington District, preach ed in the M. E. church last. Sunday evening. He also conducted quarter ly meeting on Monday eveuiug. Do you want a new’ fall or winter suit? Then read the new advertise ment of The A. J. Krutnberg Co., of Ironton, Ohio. This firm will treat you right and you wi 11 get a, nice street car ride. A council of Jr. O. U. A. M. will be organized at Duuleilh Sat urday night. The organization work will take place immediately after the Eagles adjourn. As the officers of the council w ill be elected on that night, all who have signed the charter application are requested to be present, rain or snow. VV. II. II. Ilolswade, one of IIuntington's well known business men and who is known to most of the business men of this county, was stricken with apoplexy early Monday morning and it is thought he can live only a short time. Ills many friends in this county will learn of bis dangerous condition with sorrow. For Your Bird. Mixed Bird Seed, pound, 10c Sun Flower Seed, pound, 10c Bird Manna, 15c Bin! Tonic, 25c Bird Bitters, 25c Bird Gravel, 10c Cuttle Bone and Holder, 5c Parrott Food , 15c Wild it Boette, Florentine Hotel Corner, Huntington, W. Va. Hdunie Branch. W. Va. Ei>. Aiuanck, Ceredo, W. \ra. , Will you please settle a query between my I’nclc Jack McGinnis and myself? I claim that there was I more Giover Bare reached the I homes of the masses, that is the I common people, under Cleveland’s | administration, than 'I eddy Bears , under Roosevelt’s administration H«: claims not. Jamks P. Roukris. [W e are inclined to think Bro Roberts is correct —Ei> ] Julian & Kohenge Go. Have you seen the new line of ladies’ tine shoes, made by the Julian Kohenge Co.? All the new creations, as well as the best material. Narrow toes, broad toes, high heels or low heels. Priced at ♦3.00 and ♦3.50. Bkuss A Son, 23oct3w. Catlettsburg. Look Here! This paper, 1 yr., ♦1.00 Cin. Daily Times Star l yr. 3 00 Map of W. Y’a., U. S. and the world, ] 50 1 Hartman's Stock Bleeding Guide, 50 Total lfl.00 All the above will be sent for only fvJ.50. Send order to this office. This proposition is to new subscribers to this paper or old ones paying all arrearages and for one year in advance. ----— Mlbfc Gould Vlbite fohland. Miss Helen Gould, the best known and most deeply beloved woman philanthropist in America, honored Ashland, Ky., with a visit last Saturday, arriving there at 7 o’clock in her private car “Al,” attached to a special tram, a courtesy extended her by the C. A O. system. The object of Miss Gould’s visit was the inspection of the Ashland R. R. Y\ M. C. A., in which institution she has always 1 taken a remarkable interest. She has just turned over to the railroad men of St. Louis a magnifi cent Y\ M. C- A. structure costing more than ♦‘200,(K>0, the entire ex pense of construction and furnish ing being borne by her. Miss Gould was accompanied in her private car by Mrs. Russell Sage, who is also carrying on a wonderful work ol philanthropy in this country. A GREAT SUGGES5 Was the First Annual Gathering of Ohio Valley Gouncil, No. 88, Jr. Order United American Mechanics. Friday evening, October tweuty fiftb, will be long remembered by a large number of member* ami friends of Ohio Valley Council, No. 88, Junior Order United Americau Mechanic*. Ou that evening the K. of P. Hall, ou third door of Wright Bros.’ building, was full to over dowing with Mechanics and invited guest* mho bad gathered for the purpose of enjoying a splendid pro gram commemorating the first anni versary of the insulation of the local council. The program, as given below, was highly enjoyed by the large audience, tuauy of whom expressed themselves as being ex ceedingly well pleased with it and stated that they did not remember of anything of the kind ever given in Ceredo that surpassed it. Fallow ing is the program : Address of Welcome, Rev. F2. T. Billups. Pianist, Miss Myrtle L. Stone. Prayer, Rev. R. Woods. 5>olo, Miss Ruth Wilson. Columbia, the Gem of the t >cean. Address, Rev. G. W. Twynhain. Solo, • Glenn F\ Moll. Music. Address, Rev. R. Woods. M usio. Address, l)r. W. F. Bruns. Song, America. Benediction, Rev. K. T. Bilious. After the completion of the pro gram the audience repaired to the room on second floor of the building where a sumptuous banquet had been prepared by the ladies of the M. K. church. Over three hundred, sealed at tallies, were served with those delicacit^j which the ladies ol Ceredo know so well how to pre pare, while an orchestra, consisting of hd. Adkins, Chas. Marcum and 1*. 1*. t hapnian, rendered sweet music. The banquet room was artistically decorated with flags and bunting, while (he tables were embelhstud with ferns, geraniums, begonia and other flowers. Members of the councils of Ash land, Central City and Huntington, oesides many other invited guests j of adjoining towns, were present and participated in the festivities ol the evening. The Trauedu ol Pontanet. The terrible accident at Fontanel, Ind , caused by the explosion of large quantities ol powder, has aroused the sympathy of the country. A town of 1,000 inliabitants was practically w iped off the map, scores of human beings killed and him •beds of others frightfully mangled. Property within a large radius suffered severely, while the shock was felt in communities 200 miles distant from the scene of the ex plosion. It may he that Midi wholesale tragedies are unavoidable. We eari only theorize on the cause of the accident, lor if there were anv etn. ployes who were forewarned they are not alive to give their testimony. Hut it is not generally regarded as attributable to negiigertce or care lessness on the part of the work men. Whether or n jt the plant was equipped ami operated in a way to minimize the danger is yet to be determined. Hut. admitting that it is neces. sarv as a feature of powder mariu* fact ure (o store as large a quantity ! as 40,000 kegs at a time the lesson of the Foutanet catastroplie should teach the authorities that powder plants should he located at a safe distance from any community, ami then there should be a law limiting the amount stored in any one place to a point of comparative security. Had there been several magazines stationed miles apart no such calamity as that which has been visited on F'ontanet, could have oc curred.—Toledo Hlade. The mill located at Kellogg, be tween this place and Huntington, which the street cars pass many times every hour in the day, seem to have no terrors for the traveling public, as it has been quite a while since an explosion took place there However, the natives thereabouts are liable to be awakened most any. ! time t#» their danger. As the Hlade says there should he some legislation in regard to powder mills. Wayne and Cabell county members of our State legislature should remember this when they next meet at the Sta’e capital to make laws. The pain in Ma’s heart has gone, She’s as happy as can be, Her health is right, her temper bright, Since taking Hollister’s Rocky Monn* tain Tea at night. Hloss Drug Store and R Ney Williams. No Event in Huntington’s Commercial His tory Has Interested as Many Ladies As the Announcement That Valentine’s New Store Is Open It Means That every woman within easy distance of Huntington can do a day's shopping at Our Store and get what is absolutely correct in style, pertect in fit, , adapted to her needs and reasonable in price. The largest city offers nothing better or more attractive than we show Solid Comfort Comes to any wo man who knows that the garment she is wearing is up to the minute is faultlessly made and has all the marks of taste and re finement. Our assortment is coniplete in every de tail. Every item is new and is the season's most advanced productions. Our’s is a Ready-to-Wear Store. Here you will find the Handsomest Gowns, the Smart est Tailored Suits, the Swellest Wraps, the Prettiest Hats, the Daintiest Waists, the Most Perfect Corsets and all the ready made articles of wear that women think most about. We give especial attention to the needs of out-of-town customers, be cause they cannot come so frequently, and we trv to suit them while here. A VISIT TO OUR STORE IS A LIBERAL EDUCATION IN HOW TO ___ DRESS RIGHT. THE VALENTINE STORE ESS? Huntington, W. Va. fll h. Sa\im Injured hu Street Gar. Al. H. Savage, well known to many of our readers, whose h one is at Ashland, Kv , was struck by a i'ainden Interstate K’y Car at Nor mal l ist W ednesday an I seriously injured. lie was standing on tbe C. it O. K’y track talking to a friend when a freight train which be saw approaching caused him to ! step onto the track of tbe Camden Inteistate. A street ear coming mi the opposite direction Irom that in which be was looking struck him before tin* motorman could stop lin ear. .Mr. Savage was burled from tbe truck and was badly injured about tbe head and body. He was placed on tbe street, ear and taken to Catlettsbiirg where bis injuries were attended to by a physician. Cuff your hair and be in fashion Martha's hair pull roller does tbe work. Don’t buy false puffs when w i< h whin roller you can make your own hair beautiful. A dozen imiITm in live minutes Send 25 cents for one today to the Chicago School of Meanly, Chicago. Notice of Sale. Wayne Damron, vs. > In Chancery. W. H. Helbee, ot al, J Notice is hereby given that in pursu a rice of a decree of sale made and enter ed m the above styled cause pending iu the circuit court of Wayne county, West Virginia, on the 21st day of Au gust, 11*07, the undersigned special com missioner will on the I fii It |)uy of November, 14907, between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m., amt 4 o'clock, p. m , at the east front door of the court house of Wayne county, W< st. Virginia, proceed to sell by way of public auction to the highest and best bidder, the following real estate decreed therein to be sold by said com missioner’s sale, to-wit: A certain piece or parcel of land con taining KOU acres lying in Wayne coun ty, West Virginia, and situate on the Trace Branch of Mill Greek, a tributary of the Big Sandy Hiver, it being the hhme lands heretofore deeded to Mary J. Helbee from A. M. Selbee and Aman da Helbee.his wife, by deed bearing date March the 7th, 1901, and recorded in the Wayne county clerk’s office in Deed Book No. 01 at page 200. TF.RMH OF HA 1,1?. Said land will be sold npon thefollow torms, to-wit: One-third cash in hand on day of sale, one-third due and payable in six mouths and one-third due and payable in twelve months, with interest thereon from day of sale, the purchaser giving j*ersonal security on the unpaid purchase money. Tiie legal title to said land will he re tained in the hands of the special com missiotier until all of said purchase mon ey is paid. J. H. Mf.f.k, ffjiecial Commissioner. I, Chas. E Walker, clerk of the cir cuit conrt of Waym* county, West Vir ginia, do certify that ,1. H. Meek. »p«-cial commissioner, has executed bond as snch commissioner in the penally of $700.00 as required by the decree of sale in the above styled cause. Given under my hand this 19fh day of October, l$kj7. ('hah. E. Wai.kf.r, 23oct4w Clerk. |TIIK GREATEST OFFER EVER MARE RY A PUBLISHER IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD CM AAA ACCIDENT $1000 ,Ni?0UlVc?CE Yes, Absolutely Free with ev< ry Yearly Subscription to Tlic American Farmer, Of Indianapolis, Indiana, and . The Ceredo Advance. Bolli Papers and $1000 Accident Insur- 4 p' ance Policy for one year, with no other jkl I dues or assessments, for only ft^vl/ltC)\J The American Farmer ie the only Literary Farm Journal pub lished. It tilln a position of 11h own and haa tak«n the leading place m the home of rural people in every section of the United States. It givee the farmer and his family aotnetmng to think about aside from 1 the humdrum of routine dutiee. Every ibmih contains an original ' poem by Solon L. (ioode. The publishers of the American Farmer have gone to great expense to secure these Accident Policies for its readers. It propose* to have the biggest circulation of any agricultural journal infthe world. To this end make this marvelous offer of a Free Limited Accident Policy for f I 000 to every new subscriber to the American Farmer and. the Ckkuko Ai» vanck, who will pay a year in advance. The policy pays as follows: For Loss of Life. . 9t,0)<0 For Loss of lloth F.vrs, meaning entire and (lermnnent loss of the sight of both eyes..1,000 For I«oss of lloth Hands, by actual and complete severance at or above the wrist 1,000 For Loss of troth Feet, by actual and com plete -everance at or above the ankle . . . 1,000 For Loss of One Hand and One Foot, by actual and complete severance ut or above the wrist and ankle.1,000 For Loss of One Hand, by actual and com plrte severance at or above tlie wrist. . 260.00 Fur Lotts of One Foot by actual and com* plrte severance at or above the ankle. . 260.00 For Lit# of One Eye, meaning entile and permanent loss of the sight of one eye . . 100.00 If you will subscribe at once on the cou|K>n « Is-low, we will give you a year’s subscription to IkiiIi p.ii|tk, in addition (five yon a FREE AC CIDENT POLICY FOR •1,000 fully paid for a. year, without any dues or assessments of any Wind. 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Wfe haye the be*t and largest store in tha county, and oar low price* al ways keep goods on the move. BB OUR LARGE BRICK STORE IS HEADQUARTERS (FOR BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS. BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES. OUEENsWARE, GLASSWARE, HARDWARE, - FURNITURE. Etc., Etc. Wright Bros., w«tu£i.i.