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The Ceredo Advance.
A Republican Newspaper tbat has a large circulation in tbe Big Bandy and Twelve Pole Valleys An excellent advertising medi 1 am Published Kvery Wednesday. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one yeai, - - $1.00 One copy, six months, - - jiO Strictly cash in advance. Twenty-five per cent, will be added when —h a not paid. Job printing of sll kinds neatly and promptly executed on rea sonable te'ms. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Tbe Poat-Otfioe Dep’t has made a ruling which affects the newspapei man and makes it compulsory tbat subscriptions be paid in advance, or he be denied the privilege of the sec ond-olass postage rats. It is now impossible to carry a name on our list after the subscription has ex* pired without forfeiting the right of the lc a pound postage rate. A 1c stamp must be affixed to the paper when the same is not paid. Wayne Courts. Term* of Circuit Court: Hecond Monday In February, May, August and November. Terms of County Court: First Mondar In Jan uary, April and July, and Third Monday in No vember. Warfield, a village on the Nor folk and Western, five • miles west of Naugatuck, was the scene of a bad fire the 13th inst. About ten bouses were destroyed among them being several business houses. The loss is estimated at $25,000. A big cut or a little cut, small scratch es or bruises or big ones nre healed quickly by DeWitt’s Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. It is especially good for piles. Get DeWitt’s. Sold'by Blots Drug Co. and Kenova Diuggists. There is always plenty of time to do a thing if you start soon enough. Tired mother;, worn out by the peev ish, cross baby have found Cascasweet a boon and a blessing. Cascasweet is for babies and children, and is espec ially good for the ills so common in cold weather. Look for the ingredients printed on the bottle. Contains no harmful drugs. Sold by Bloss Drug Co. and Kenova Druggists. You can never get the grafter to believe that publicity pays. Plenty of Trouble is caused by stagnation of the liver and - bowels. To get rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice, take Dr. King’s New Life Pills, the reliable purifiers that do the work without grinding or griping 25c. at Rlo.-s Drug Store, Coredo, and K.Ney Williams', Kenova. The man who climbs the highest falls hardest when he falls. To have perfect health we must have perfect digestion, and it is very inq>or tautnot to permit of any delay the mo ment the stomach feels out ot order. Take something at once that you know will promptly and unfailingly assist di gestion. There is nothing better than Kodol for dyspepsia, indigestion, sour stomach, belehingof gas and nervous headaehe. Kodol is a natural digestant, and will digest what you eat. Sold by Bloss Drug Co. and Kenova Druggists Moonlight and a girl make a fel low say some mighty foolish things. Weak women get prompt and lasting help by using Dr. Shoop’s Night, Cure These soothing, healing, antiseptic supiKxitories, with full information how to proceed are interestingly told of in my book ‘‘No. 4 For Women ” The book and strictly confidential medical advice is entirely free, simply write Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. for my book No 4. Sold by R. Ney Williams. T he sun is always shining for a man with a smile on his lips. Rain, anywhere, can be quickly stop ped by one of Dr. Shoop’s Pink Pain Tablets. Pain alwavs means congestion — unnatural blood pressure. Dr. Shoop's Pmk Pain Tablets simply coax congest ed blood away from pain centers. These Tablets—known by druggists as Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets—simply equalize the blood circulation and then pain always departs in 2o minutes. 2o Tablets 2T> cents Write Dr. Shoop Racine. Wis. for free package. Sold by R. New Williams. A man never really appreciates a good job until he has been fired. Strong is that man who can re eist the pleading of a woman’s eyes. A Woman Tells Howto Relieve Rheumatic I’aln*. r I have been a very great sufferer from he dreadfn] disease, rheumatism, for a number of years, J have fned many medicines but never got much relief from any of them until two years ago, when I bought a brittle of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm I found relief before I had used all of one bottle, but kept on applying it and soon felt like a different woman. Through my advice many of my friends have tried it and can fell yon how won derfully it has worked - Mrs. Sarah A. Cole, 14o S. New St., Dover. Del! Chamberlain’* Pain Balm is a liniment. The relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost. It makes rest and sleep possible. For sale l>y the BIomm Drug Co. -- _ Caster at the Churches. The following programs were rendered at the Cong’l and M. E. churches last Sunday: SoNO’L CHURCH. Opening Response, "Welcome, Happy Morning," Wilson Invocation Antb«m,“My Redeemer Lives," Williams Choir Psalm Response, "We Worship Thee, O Risen Lord," Lorenz Hcrlpture Reading Anthem, "Easter Joy," Ashford Choir Prayer Anthem, “Day of Hope," Porter Cho.r Offertory Solo, "Why Wee pest Thou?" Uab Mrs R. L. Blank [riel Communion Hymn, "Break Thou the Bread of Life,” Sberwln Communion Prayer Hymn, "Christ la Risen." Beuedlctlon M. E. CHURCH. Vlollu Solo, “The Angela' Serenade,” Ed Adklna Invocation Antbam, "Praiae to Thee," Choir treason, CS Psalm Violin Solo, "Romania," Hazel Ed Adklna Anthem, "Christ Oui Passover," Hchlllng Choir Hcrlpture Reading, Coloaslans, 3:16 (Quintette. Christ the Lord la"Rlsen Today" [Williams Messrs. W. K. Bruns, Kd Adkls, Mrs. G. Otto Grady, Misses Ruth Wilson, Grace Mays Aiitiouncements and Offering An them, "Now Is Chi 1st Risen," Adams Choir Prayer Vocal Solo, "Oh, Heart Bowed Down, Arlae!" Miss Ruth Wilson Anthem, "The Resurrection," Schllley Choir Benediction For Over Sixty Yearn. MRS. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING HYRUP na* been used for over sixty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while leelhlnu with perfect success. It siM>thesthe 3 ti I Id. softens the gums, allays ail pain, cures w I ml colic, and Is the best remedy for diar rhoea. It will relieve the poor little Vuflerer Immediately. Hold by Druggists in every part of the world. Tweuty-Il ve cents a tail tie. He sure and a*k for Mrs. Winslow* Hootblng Hyrup. and lake no other kind Guaiatitred under the food and drugs act Juue -kllll, 19Utj. Set tal number 1098. To Drill tor Oil and Gas. The Consolidated Oil & Oas Company (a very wealthy company) will commence drilling for oil and gas a few* miles south of this place in a short time. It is thought the first well will be drilled on Sharp’s Branch, about six miles south of here The machinery is now at Huntington and as soon as tbe weather settles the work will begin. There is no doubt but that there is both oil and gas in this county and the Consolidated Oil «fc Oas Co., which haw a good deal of land leased, will thoroughly test the ter ritory. A Twenty Year Sentence. “I have jnst completed a twenty year health sentence, imposed by Buckien’s Arnica Salve, which cured me of bleed ing piles just twenty years ago,” writes O.S. Woolever, of'LeRaysville, N. Y. Bucklen s Arnica Salvo heals the worst sores, boils,burns, wounds and cuts in the shortest time. 25e. at Bloss Drug Stt re, Ceredo, and R. Ney Williams’, Kenova. Congressman James A. Hughes has appointed Hiram Dempsey, of Mingo county, to the IJ. 8. Naval Academy at Annapolis. Mr. Dempsey ;s a young mau of ster ling qualities and his friends will be glad to kuow of his appoint ment, aud expect him to make a fiue record in the academy. I have two handsome Sewing Machines for sale at about half price. One is a drop head; the other is not, and both are high arm, with latest improvements. They are manufactured by a standard com pany. If you want one of these machines come or write today. To morrow may be too late. T. T. Mc Douoal, Ceredo, W. Va. ♦ • -- If you need a sewing machine call at the Advance office and look I over ours; can sell von a machine 'equal in quality at 'about one half the price you pay a man who hauls it around. Ordtr of Publication. I The State of West Virginia: Wayne Comity Circuit Court Clerk’s Office: At Rules heir! in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Monday, the 6th dav of April, 1»08 : Rosa l'arsiey, ^ ▼s. In Chancery. T. J. Parsley, ' The object of this snit is to obtain a di vorce from the bonds of matrimony. This day came the plaintiff by her at torneys, and by their motion, and it ap pearing from an affidavit fll«d with the papers in this cause, that T. J. Parsley, defendant, is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia: It is therefore order od that he do' appear here within one month after the first publication of this order and do what is necessary to pro tect his interest in this snit. And it is further ordered that this order be pub lished once a week for four successive weeks in the Cr.Kr.rx> Advance, a week ly newspaper published in said Wavne county, and be posted on the front door of the Court House at least twenty days before judgment or decree is entered herein. leste: Chas. E. Walker, Ci^rk. i & Meek, Att'ys. 32apr4w 1 arm -— -. __ i WTSAVE YOU MONEY Our Store is just the place you are looking for if times are a little dull. We positively sell you Furniture, carpets, stoves and Household Goods mjuuuy__.^an Bou^ht Elsewhere. ,jMMW00M^0Oi[i0«)OO0«o^>WKMTOfg We are Framing more Pictures than any other place 3 O ASH. OH CHHiJlT. B ,d citT. We know how and charge lees. mxxmyeniQoowvoooooocKMKXXWOOooorS BRING US YOUR PICTURES. DICKINSON FURNITURE GO. Sd*J^ST,“TVi. Do You Want to Pau 52c Extra? Under a recent ruling of the Post Office Department, which went into effect January first, it will cost fifty-two cents a year to mail this paper to subscribers who have not renewed their subscriptions within one year. Hereafter it will be necessary to add this amount to the regular subscription price when paper tenewals are delayed beyond one year. This would nearly double the subscription price of the paper for the delinquent subscrip tions. To spare this extra expense on your subscription, it will be necessary to have a remittance at once. This will save the extra postage expense for one year more. Please do this at once, if you are in ariears in your subscription. K ennedy’s Laxative Cough Syrup— he cough syrup that tastes neurly ns gooo as maple sugar and which children like so well to tuke. Unlike nearly all other cough remedies, it does not con stipate, but on the other hand it acts promptly yet gently on the bowels, through which the cold is forced out of the system, and at the same time it al lays inflammation. Always use Ken nedy’s Laxative Cough Syrup. Sold by Bloss Drug Co. and Keuova Druggists. Waune, W. Va. Fellow Citizens and Republicans of Wayne County: In view of the fact that wo are to h»ve an election in November we think it none too early in the battle to stimulate the good, sound voters of old Wayne. You will remember that just four years ago the Dawson Tax Laws was the paramount issue in our state cam paign, and you will further re member that the Democratic lea ders told you how hideous aud burdensome they would he, should Mr. Dawsou and the Republican party continue in power and be a - lowed to carry these laws into effect. They made this tax ques tion a political issue, when it should never be, in any form of government. It is a question that should be equally and im partially solved bv men who are | broad and sensible enough to pro vide equa'ity and justice to all; and special privileges to none. I 1 nis the Republican party haw doue and will contiuue to solve such questions regardless of our opponents try ing to scare and bluff us out as they did four years ago. It seems to be a dominant policy of our Democrat friends to oppose Republican measures and never offer anything in the place of them. They think the dear poo pln should support them just be cause they are Democrats and will not stand for anything, except to oppose Republican policies. They did not offer a single substitute for the Dawson tax laws and their leaders were smart enough to see their final fate should these tax laws be allowed to go into effect. Now we would like to inquire of our Democrat friends if they hav9 any in their ranks who are yell ing out against these tax laws. As wonder how many of them would vote to revert to the oid system of taxation in Wayne county. True, this is practically a settled question ; but we w uld like for the voters to think over these things and throw aside pre judice and sum up the two sides, and see which side is found want ing. No party can hope to gain power that constantly feed their constituents on promises. So if there are some of our Democrat friends who think by the inaug uration of the Dawson Tax Laws that they have been benefited, (and we daresay there are many) and would like to show their ap preciation by supporting our tick* et|and join our ranks, feel assured that you will receive a warm and hearty reception. Very truly, Tax Rrformkr. April 20, 1908. - *^«^--— — Mrs. Alex. Lewis, who lived with her husband on Last Second street, this place, and has been quite poorly with tuberculosis, was taken with her children to the home of her| father—Andy Runyon—who lives near Wayne, last Wednesday morn ing. She has too small children— one 1* months, the other six months! old. 1 Weak Kidneys as sas •ad strengthen them. Dr. 8hoop’s Restorative is • ■•dijdne specifically prepared to reach three gmtvolllagiierYM. To doctor the Kidneys atoS? weU*^*" " ** * waste ol time, and ol money as D 'Tonr tack aches or Is weak. 11 the urine ?f*nn inf ** sfcnd iftrong. t| you have symptoms ol Brights or other distressing or dangerous kld fr,Sf. Shoop’s Restorative a month— Tablets or Liquid—and see what it can and will do lor yon. Druggist recommend ««<i Dr. Shoop’s Restorative R. NEY WILLIAMS. OFFICIAL CALL. Fifth Congressional Distriot Repub lican Convention. The Repub ican Convention for the Fifth Congressional District of West Virginia is hereby called to meet in the city of Hunting ton, Cabell county, West Virginia at two o clock, p. m., on Monday, the ’27th day of April) l'AM, for the following pur|s>ses, to-wit* , D) To nomiuate a Republican candidate for Congress for the Fifth Congressional District of West Virginia, to tie voted for at the regular election to be held on the 3d Jay of November, ltHW, and to select one member from • ach coun ty in said District to compose the next Con gressional Committee therefor. (2) I o elect twodelegates and two alternates to the Republican National Convention to Ik* held in the city of Chicago on the ltitli day of June, I'ttW 1 (3) To nominate a Republican candidate for elector; and (41 For such other business as may properly come before the con vention. Said convention shall consist of the delegates from the several counties of the District. ai> portioued as follows; Each county shall have one U) delegate in said convention, and no more, for each one hundred (1(K>) votes or frac tion thereof ol tiftv (SOj votes or more, cast for Theodore Roosevelt in l‘>i 4; that is to say: COUNTIES. votes. delegates. Boone 7*4 H Cabell 3778 3* Lincoln 2ti*U 21 Logan 570 0 Mason 2,iH8 -p) Mercer ;t#44 30 Mingo 1,417 10 McDowell 52 6 ,r2 Putnam 2167 22 Raleigh * 1*47 IS Wayne 2363 24 \Vyoming H4I3 jl No alternates shall be appointed or elected; no proxies shall be apiiointed or admitted to the convention. The delegates present from each county shall cast the whole vote of said comity. By order of the Republican Congressional t omnilttee of the Fifth District of West Vir ginia, this 8th day of February. V) H J. K. I'iiumi'son, Chairman. K. B. Bks Nil KIM, Secretary, pro tern. — - Look here! This paper, 1 yr., $1.00 Cin. Daily Times-Star 1 yr. 3 00 Map of W. Va., U. S. and the world, 1.50 Hartman's Stock Breeding Guide, 50 ■ Total $0.00 All the above will be sent for only $2.50. Send order to thin oftivie. This proposition is to new subscribers to this paper or old ones paying all arrearages and lor one year in advance. Remember by paying up your ar rearages to this paper and one year in advance we can save you $1.50 per year on the Cincinnati Post. This also applies to new subscriber*. TrusUe's Sale of Property Near Ceredo, Under authority of a deed of trust made by H. M. Fibs and Laura Files, his wife, to me as Trustee, dated on the 17th day of September, 1904, recorded in the office of the clerk of the County Court of Wayne county, West Virginia, in Trust Deed Kook No 12, page 150, to seenre to L. E. McWhorter the payment of seven (7) notes, amounting to Five Hundred and Six ($506 00) Dollars with interest, default having been mane in the payment of the last four (4) of said notes, and being requested by the owner of said notes, I shall, on THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1908, on the premises, proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the lot with improvements in or near the town of (/credo, and near the N. & Railroad depot, in said Wayne conn ty. West Virginia, conveyed by and de scribed in said de<*l of trust as follows : A lot beginning at a stake in the line of county road, it being the 8. E. Cor. of Leah Mitchell’s store lot; thence with line of same in a Westerly course 74 feet to a stake in line of railroad; thence in a southerly coarse with lino of railroad 63 feet to a stake; thence in an easterly course 90 feet to a stake in line of county road ; thence in a northerly course with said road 63 feet to the place of l»egin ning, containing 5000 square f#-«f, to gether with all th»> buildings and im provements on said lot or belorurimr thereto. I- A AC l/OKWK\>I KIN, I 23apr4w. Trustee, j THE PEOPLE’S BANK We make an earnest effort to accommodate all. Onr aim is to make home1 CVerJ r8apect the P®^1®’8 bank ; a b .nk where all may feel at care *n*'ere8*8 our patrons are manifold, and these have oar constant THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CERBDO, W. VA. KENOVA. TRANSFER CO., KENOVA, WEST VIRGINIA. Operating Wliart, River and Rail Transfer DKALKItS IN —^ Buckeye” Balt, “Marion” and “Fostona” White Lime, “Black Dm moud” and Portland Cements, Glass, Nails, Flue Tile, Sewer Pipe, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Wall Plaster, Hair, Lath, Shingles, Corn, Oats, Chop, Bran, Hay,Flour, Seeds and Coal. LOW PRICES ANO QUICK DELIVERIES. Rates and Time Tables furnished for Cincinnati and Pittabug Packets. Correspondence solicited. Bend for price list SEWING MACHINE HIGH ARM, DKOP H |£ H With All Modern Attach ments, for sale at this office FOR LOW(T OA PRICEOFd>0ll Painless Extraction Nitrons Oxid Gas Used with Oxjgen. Dr. J. A. Tauber, DENTIST. Offices iu Elk Building. (Removed from Big Sandy Bank Build ing.) Catlettsburg, Kentucky. I OLID RELIABLE TflTJMA I £ *JMU**XJMOOCX**XXtt £ > Pressing, Dry and Steam Cleaning. i £ Dyeing in All Ihe Various Colors. Repairing Neatly Done. ^ £ AI terations of hoth Ladies’ and Gent’s Garments. > t Prices Moderate. Workmanship Guaranteed. > s Both Phones. Work Called for and Delivered. j j 840 Fourth Avenue, HUNTINGTON, W. YA. | T. T. Mcl»»UUAL. Fire and Life Insu rance Agent, OERKUO, W VA J. R. PILES, —AGENT FOR THE— Model Steam Laundry.of fronton, and thelRONTON Dye House. Wcrk called for and delivered* WflNTtD To Sell or Exchange tor Town Prop erty. I have a farm containing 129 acres sit uate about 2'4 mile* from Wilsnndate, on the N. A W. R'y, this county. About acres of the land is cleared. There is a good dwelling, barn and orchard on the propet ty. This property will be sold at a bargain, giving the purchaser ample time to pay for same; or will exchange for property in Ohio river towns. For farther par ticulars address. w. H. HUNT, Wayne, W. Va. i«BIC SANDY NATIONAL BANK, 1 C'-A.TXiB1TT8BT7RQ, XI 'HJiTTTTC IC Y > c*Di’ai *&0 000.00. Surplit $10,080.00. OFFICERS: G. W. Gunnkll, Pres. Charles Russrll, V. Pres. Ernebt ^ kf.k, Cashier. none ■DIEECTORB: Chas. Russell. A. Mims. Ernest Meek. Dr. A. p. Banptkld. G. W. Gunnell. We are hi a position to look af ter Wayne county customers ’ «we and dispatch. | You Are Invited to Open An Acoount In Person or by Mail. w a ^ ^ ^ ---- __ _ . _ _ *