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The Ceredo Advance.
A Republican Newspaper that Mi a large circulatiou in the Big Bandy and Twelve Pole Valleys An excellent advertising medi um Pxblished Every Wednesday. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: One cepy, one yeai, - - $1.00 One copy, six mouths, - - ,50 Strictly cash in advance. Twenty-five per cent, will be added when •ash is not paid. Job Drintinsj of all kinds neatly and promptly executed on rea sonable te1 'ns TO SUBSCRIBERS. We cannot discontinue your paper until all arrearages are paid. Don’t ask us. Don’t say •top my pai>er until I get what I owe paid up etc. In no case can we do this. It is a general rale we have to adopt to protect ourselves When you do not want the paper any longer, pay up and stop it. Don’t have your postmas ter drop us a card that it is not taken out of the office. If you were publishing a paper you Wouldn't want us to do you that way. When you move from your present post-office don’t fail to notify us at once of the change, giving yonr former post-office as well as your new one. This is absolutely necessary. Way no Courts. Terms of Circuit Court: Hecond Monday In February, May, August and November. . Terms of County Court: First Mondav in Jan ** nary, April and Julv.aud Third Monday in No timber. & E fa®* 8 a The Kenova content election case wan argued before .Judge V\ .lkitison at Huntington last Saturday The Judge has uot yet reudcred his de cision. We have a few boxen of tine box paj>er, 50c, 40c and 35c stock, which we are cloning out at half 'price. Call and nee it at the Advance Office. Many of our delinquent subscrib ers are responding, but we have on our subscription list several hundred more whom we do uot want to .drop. .TUe School Question. Df.ak Editor : —We have been remind ed by a delegate from Cabell county that the special session of the legislature, near at baud, will want to make some needed amendment to the present school law, and suggests that an article on the subject now would be in place and might lead to good effect along that line. The writer does not wish to provoke any con troversy on thin subject, but wishes to speak in a candid way and with no un certain tone. Our Compulsory Atten dance Law needs to t>c amended in such a wav that it oauuot be brushed aside as a dead letter, and we believe that Trus tees should made to report delinquen cies to the proper official having jurisdic diction and should be paid *l.oo out of every flue, where tin re is a conviction -This would avoid all quibblings alxuit who may appoint a truant officer—also save all expense to the State or district Another law equally needed is to amend the present statute so as to cl nrlv define the relations between Board of'Educa tion and school directors or Trustees. We know that in numbers of cases con llicts of opinion and misunderstand ings have arisen along this line and the troubles have had a most baneful effect upon the schools. believe in most cases Boards of i Education have a wrong understanding ami construe the code to mean that till 1 authority is in the B. of E. while Trus tees are appoiuted to act only as agents whose acts are to t>e approved only when acceptable with the Board. This is an error, as the law does not contemplate . abso ute, but only revisory power in the B of E. Therefore the Trustee is an in dependent official having duties of his own prescrioed by law with which it is not intended the B. of E. should m nnv way interfere, only as a revisory power to revise and correct what is not legally done by the said Trustee. , Now in order that Isith harmony and good will shall exist it is necessary that there be u proper understanding of the l powers, duties and limitations of both the Trustees and Board as aforesaid and we claim that the present code does not lay the line plain enough or if it does w.« know it is overlooked and in many cases misunderstood. The Trustees and B of K. both have their prop <r limits. The | B. of h. can uot exact arbitrary obedience neither is the Trustee a mere frx>| for the powers that be. *A law should be enact , ed so that neither can infringe on tie other and making it so plain that a frxd need not err therein. Of course there are many other amendments needed, buH we* only take time In re to ]>oiiit out these i A OlTIZKtt. Go to Farminu. A good living is what compara lively few men succeed in making in village or city life, and yet nothing is more easy of accomplishment on the farm. Ifesides, there is a pleas* me in cultivating and embellishing the earth, improving and increasing i la products and adding in the » 'gregate of human happiness. j Why, then, should young men hesi tate to be farmers? it both pro fitable and honorable. It is the nearest approximation to indepen dence that a man, as a member of society, can make. A gentleman farmer—-and all farmers are or • bould l#e gentlemen —belongs to an order of nobility that is not in debted to placeholders for in-tilli tion, and may, if he chooses, ho ranked among the greatest bene, factors of the human race. Let the idle young men go to work on 1 farms, and quit seeking third and fourth rate-clerking. In short, got lo work. , B Koll ot Honor. i The following named persons have paid the amonnt opposite their names on subscription to the Advanck since oar last report, for which they have our thanks: Henry Harmon, $1 oo D. S. Griffith, 1 oo Hiram Fuller, 5o G. W. Clark, 2 oo Mrs. Eliza Hincliman, loo Keoco Owens, lo Thos. Lewis, 1 oo Samuel Haws, 2 oo Jutnes Luther for self, 3 oo .. G. B. Luther, 1 oo Lemuel McIntyre, 1 oo H. A Jacksou, 1 oo A. W. Preston. 1 oo Kev. A. Duntield, 2 oo Henderson Maynard, 2 oo J. K. P. Workman, 1 jjo Mrs. Johu Deitz, 2 oo U. G. Parsley, 8 oo W. Z Stewart, 1 oo John M. Ply mole, 'Jr,, 2 oo B. E Morse, 3 oo Mrs. Fannie Jarrell, 1 oo Mrs. A. G. Brown, 1 oo J. S. Hutf, 1 oo Mrs. Frank Mott, 1 oo C. W. Osburu, 1 oo Lafayette Workman, J f>o Mrs. J C. Sutherland, 2 oo Jos. Hatten, 1 oo W. H. Adkins, 1 oo Samuel J Wright, 6o Miss Mollie E. Bloss, 5o Ira J lloback, 1 oo I>r. A. G. DePoe, 1 5o II. B. Workman for self, y oo “ “ Albert Kay, 2 oo E. P. Shoop, 1 oo Wm Jarrell, 1 oo M. H. Stock, loo Sherman Maynard, 1 oo IL D. Stewart, 1 oo Hon. J. L Caldwell, 8 25 Paul rtdkins, 2 oo Ferguson Bros., 1 oo w. II. Staley. Sr., 1 oo L. C. Queen, 2 oo w. D. Frasher. 3 oo Bird F. wilsou, 1 oo M. B. Vinson, 4 oo J D. Barbour, 1 g0 IL S. McKoand, 2 oo James Prichard, 2oo Mrs Morgan walker, 2 oo Mrs. F. E Bateman, i ()0 P. J RIW. i cS A Cure Tor Misery. I have found a euro for the misery malaria poison produces,” savs R. M. James, of Louellen, S. C. “it's called Electric Bitters, and comes in 50 cent bottles. It breaks up ti rase of chills or a bilious attack in utmost no time; and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of commission.” Thisgreat tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief m nil stomach, liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame back. Sold under gnarautec at Bloss Drugstore, Corodo; R. Ney Williams, Kenova. Thinks Lots of the Advance. Huntington, W. Va., Jan. 22, 19o8 T. T. McDcngal, Teredo, W. Va. Dear Sir: Enclosed find my check for $8.25 to pay for the Advance to date and for one year in advance. I think lots of your paper, as it is one of the best weeklies coming to my office. Yours very truly, J L. Caldwell. It is very important and in fact it is absolutely necessary to health that we give relief to the stomach promptly at the first signs of trouble—which are belching of gas. nausea, sour stomach, headache, irritability and nervousness. These aie warnings that the stomach has been mistreated; it is doing too much work and it is demanding help troin you. Take something once in a while; especially after meals : something like KODOL For Dyspepsia and Indi gestion. It will enable your stomach to do its work properly. Sold by Bloss Drug Co.; Kenova Druggists. Tf a smart boy is allowed to stay up late at night he is willing ro sleep over the time the next morning. It a cough once g^-ts into your system it nets on every muscle and fibre of the body and makes you ache all over. It ■ specially affects the intestines and makes you constipated, so in order to get rid of a cold thoroughly and with out delay you should not take anything that will tend to constipate. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Sjrup acts upon the bowels and thereby drives the cold out of th** system. It eontains no opiates— it is pleasant to take and is highly re commended for children. Sold by Bloss ! Drug Co,; Kenova Druggists. When a woman is going away on a visit she never finishes packing her trunk until alter the expressman calls for it. When the stomach. Heart, or Kidnev nerves get weak, then these organs all ways fail. Don't drug fhe Stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That is simply e makeshift. (Jet a prescription >k iiown to Dinggists evervwhere as Dr. Whoop's Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for rhe«e weak in side nerves. Strengthen these nerves, build them np with Dr. Whoop's Restora tive—tablets or liquid—and see how quickly help will come. Free sample test sent on request by Dr. Shoop. Racine, Wis. ^ onr health is surely worth thissimpletest. Sold by R. Key ’ : ams Would Not Do Without the Advance. Blaefjcld. W. Va , Jan 2'd, 1908. ! Dear Mr Mao.: Knclo- d find my check for $2.no which yon will please place to my credit on my subscription to the Advanc k f would not do without the Adyav k at all and I would appreciate it if you would remind me win n mv subscription expires, so 1 may pay in advance Respectfully, Fall Adkins, ^ -— A Higher Health bevel. “T have reached a higher health level ! since I began using f»r. King's New! Rife Fills,” writ* s Jacob Springer, of West Franklin, Maine. "They keep my J stomach, liver and bowels working just right.” If these pills disappoint you on j trial, money will Is; refunded at* Bloss Drug Store. Coredo; R. Ney Williams,' Keuova. 25c. (Subscribe. Uuc dollar a year. « I | FROM THE ANTILLES. Chamberlain's Congbj Remedy Benefits a City Councilman at Kingston, Jamaica. Mr. W. O'Reilly Fogarty, who is a member of the City Council at Kings ton, Jamaica West Indies, writes as follows: “Ono bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy had good effect on a cough that was giving me trouble and 1 think I should have been more quickly relieved if I hud continued the remedy. That it was beneficial and quick in re lieving me there is no doubt, and it is my intention to obtain another bottle.” For tale by The BIom Drug Co. Some women who claim to be under thirty talk like sixty. When you want the best, get DeWitt’s i Carbolizod Witch Haz^l Salve. It is j good for little or big cnts, boils or bruis j os, and is especially recommended for I piles. Sold by Blott«|Drug *Co. ; Keuova I Druggists, The man who talks shop dislikes to have his wife talk shopping. ♦ • It Doet* The Business. Mr. E E. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Maine, says of Bncklen’s Arnica Salve. “It does the business; I have used it for piles and it cured them. Used it for chapped hands and it cored them. Ap plied it to an old sore and it healed it without leaving a scar behind.*’ 25c at Bloss Drugstore, Oercdo;R. Ney Wil liuuis, Kenovu. - Self-confidence is all right if you are iu a position to back it up. -- Everybody loves our buby, rosy sweet and warm With kissy places on her neck and dimples on her arms. Once she was so thin and cross, used to cry With paiii— Mother gave her Cascaswekt, now she’s well again. Sold by Bloss Drug Co ; Kenova Druggists. Before hitching your wagon to a star look to the strength of your harness. Clintnl) ‘rluln’s Cough Kenieily a Sa,H MeillHiin for Children. In buying a cough medicine for chil dren never be afraid to buy Chamber laiii s Cough Remedy. There is no dan gcr from it, and relief is always sure to follow. It is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping tough, and there is no bettor medicine in the world for these diseases. It is not only n certain cure for croup, but, when given fts soon as the croupy cough ap pears, will prevent the attack. Whoop ing cough is not dangerous when this remedy is given as directed. It contains no opium or other harmful drugs, and may be given as confidently to a baby as Nmui adult. For sale by The Bloss Drug People who fish for compliments fre quently lose their entire angling outfits. For Over Sixty Years. MRH. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING SYYtlTL oas been used for over sixty years by mil Ions .,f mothers for tin r children while leethlnu will' perfect success. Ii soothes tb» ooirt. softens i he minis, allays ail pain, cures wind colic, and is the best teine.ly for diar rliota. It will relieve the poor little suflerei I in med la ely. M..KI by I)riiKi;l*ts in rvi r\ partofihe world. Tweniy-H ve c. ms a bo|. lie. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Wlns'ow *. scoth 1 in; syrun and take no oilier kind Guaranteed under the f.«»d and druc* act Jutie 3*>tli« 1900. Setial number lifts. Press Hayes, a well known tra\ eling salesman, is confined to |,)K home in Huntington with smallpox. It in thought he contracted the dis ease while traversing the Guvan Valley ICilllk l '*H»l Isll tlCSS, •‘When attacked by a cough or a cold, or when your throat is sore, it is rank foolishness to take any other medicine than Dr. King's New Discovery,” says C. O. Kldridge. of Empire, Ga. ‘ I have used New Discovery seven years and I know it is the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds, cronp. imd all throat and lnug troubles. My children are j subject to croup, bnt New Discovery quickly enres every attack.” Known the world over ns the King of throat and lung remedies. Sold under guar antee at Bloss Drug Store, Ceredo; R. Ney Williams, Kenova. oOc and #1 Trial bottle free. --- If a girl really has a young man's heart, why dries she marry him? It depends npon tho pill yen take. DeWItt’s Little Early Risers are the liest pills known for constipation nud sick headache. Sold by Bloss Drug Co.; Kenova Druggists. When a lovelorn youth’s intentions are serious his attentions are apt to be ridiculous. Trial Catarrh treatments arc being mailed out free, on request, by f)r Hhoop. Racine, Wig. These tests are proving loth*- ]>eople—without a penny’s cost—the great value of this scientitio prescription known to druggists every where as Dr Shoop'g Catarrh Remedy. Hold by li. N*-y Williams. If fortune's wheel doesn't turn to snit you, put your shoulder to it and give it another whirl. Do yon have backache occasionally, or “stitch* s” in the side, and sometimes do yon feel all tired out, wit hout am bition and without energy. If so, your kidneys are oat of order. Take Do Witt's Kidney and Bladder Fills. They I promptly relieve backache, weak bock, inflammation of the bladder and weak kidneys. Sold by Bloss Drug Co. ; Ken ova Druggists. Joy. Take joy home and make a place in thine own heart for her, 1 and give her time to grow, and cherish her; then will she come j and often am^ to thee when thou I art working in the furrows or weed- j mg in the sacred hour of dawn. It is a comely fashion to he glad. Joy n the grace wo say to God._ Selected. JmR. PILES, j —^OENT FOB THE— Model Steam Laundry.of fronton, and the Ironton Dtb House. Work called anr* dsliyarati eo YEARS* E X P E RIE N C E H W V 1 J « I f a V ■ ^ ■ A A 1 ■ ■ k ■ |J miI IBB ^ J Trade Marks Designs r fffny^ Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending t sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confldentlaJ. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free, oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive special notice, without chante, In the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.sreest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. f3 a year: four months, 91. Bold by all newsdealers. MUNN X Co.” "—-New York Branch Office. <35 K Pt., Washington, D. C. WANTE.D To Sell or Exchange lor Town ProD ertg. I have h farm containing 120 acres sit uate about 2‘i miles from Wilsondale, ou (lie N. 4 W. K'y, this county. About 75 acres of the land is cleared. There i» a good dwelling, barn and orchard on the propei ty. This property will In; sold at a bargain, giving the purchaser ample time to pay for fame; or will exchange for property in <>hio river towns. For further par ticulars address. W. II. HUNT, Dunlow, YV. Va. TIME TABLE Effective Thursday, August 1 5, 1 907. CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. LEAVING TIME—15 MlNUl'E SCHEDULE. WEST-BOUND FROM HUNTINGTON. 134 5 6 2 7 8 9 10 A.M. A. M. A M A M A M. A M. A.M. A.M. AM. A.M 4 00 4 15 4 39 4 45 5 00 5 15 5 10 5 45 600 015 6 30 0 4*. 7 no 7 15 7 30 7 45 81<) 8 15 8 30 845 9 00 9 15 9 3<l 0 45 1000 10 15 10 3010 45 11 00 11 16 11 30 11 45 12 ooN P.M P.M P.M. P M. P.M P M P.M. P.M. PM P.M i2 15 12 30 12 45 I 00 115 1 30 1 45 2 00 2 15 2 30 2 4 . 3 (HI 3 15 3 30 3 4 7 4 00 4 15 4 39 4 45 5 00 5 15 5 30 5 45 II00 6 15 0 30 6 45 7 00 7 1 i 7 3 » 7 45 8U> 815 8 30 8 45 WOil 9 15 9 30 9 45 10 00 10 15 10.0 10 45 II UO In 11 30 In 12 00 In 12 30 In 1 00 1 3o In In In In In EA8T-BODXD-FROM ASHLAND. 134 5 6 2 789 10 A.M. A.M. A M. A. M. A M. A M. A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M 4 00 5 15 5 30 5 45 6 00 6 15 6 30 6 45 700 7 15 7 30 7 47 8 ()<• 8 15 8 3*1 8 45 9 Ml 9 15 9 30 9 45 10 00 1015 103) 10 47 II 00 It 15 11 3)11 47 12 IRIX P.M. P.M. P M. P M. P M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P M. P.M 1215 12*30 12 45 1 00 I IS I 30 147 200 2 17 2 30 245 3o» 3lo 3 30 3 45 I 00 4 15 I 80 4 15 5 00 5 15 5 30 5 45 6 00 0 15 6 30 6 17 7 00 7 15 7 30 7 47 8o0 8 1* 8 30 8 45 9 00 9 1 5 9 80 9 45 10 15 10 45 11 13 u 45 12 iH) 12 15 In Noth:—No 10 will leave lluiitinirtnii at 4:45 a m , running as local to Central < itv, making three round trips until 6:15 when it will change to through schedule. .BIG SANDY NATIONAL BANK. OA.TLBJTT8BTT .RGK XZ^UT^Trmrv. Capital S50 000.00. Surplus $10,000.00. CFFICEE8: G. W. Gunnell, Pres. 1 hari.es Russell, V. Pres. Ernest Meek, Cashier. nooc DIFiECTORa: v'has. Russell. A Mims. Ernest Meek. Dr. A. P. Banfield. G. W. Gunnell. We are iu a position to look af ter Wayne county customers with care and dispatch. You Are Invited to O^an An Account in Person or by Mail. 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