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The Ceredo Advance.
A Republican Newspaper that has a large circulation in the Big Bandy and Twelve Pule Valleys An excellent advertising medi um Published Every Wednesday. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Onecspy, one yeai, - - $1.00 One copy, six months, - - .50 Strictly cash in advance. Twenty-five per oent. will be added when enah a not paid. Job printing of all kinds neatly and promptly executed on rea sonable terns. TO SUBSCRIBERS. The Post-Office Dep’t his made a ruling which affects the newspapei man and malted it compulsory that subscriptions be paid in advance, or hsbedsnied the privilege of the sec ond-class 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 lea pound postaga rate. A 1c stamp must be affixed to the paper when the same is not paid. Wayne Courts. Term* of Circuit Court: Hecoad Monday la February, May, August and November. Terms of County Court: Firttt Monday In Jan* nary, April and July,aud Third Monday in No vember. NS2MS& Remember by paying up your ar rearages to this paper ami one year . in advance we can save you $1.50 per year on the Cincinnati Post. This also applies to new subscribers. Lots of men would lx* worse than what they are if they knew how to go about it. T AND FOR SALE.—8(5 acres of good farming land, situate about 5 miles south of Ceredo, W. Va. O.ie-lmlf of land has been cleared end possession will be given on day of sale. For price und other information call at this otlice. Money may furnish a home in the snbnrbs, but it can't always hire a girl. A Woman Tolls Ifowto Relieve Rheumatic Rains. I have been a very great snfferer from the dreadful disease, rheumatism, for a number of years. I have tried many medicines but ne^er got much relief from auy ot them until two years ago, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm. I found relief before I had used all of one bottle, bntbept on applying it and soon felt like a different woman. Through my advice many of my friends have tried it and can tell you how won derfully it has worked—Mrs. Sarah A. Colo, 14o S. New St., Dover. Del. Chamberlain’s Pain Balm is a liniment. The relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost. It makes rest and sleep i>ossible. For sale by the Bloss Drug Co. Bad weather is responsible fur n lot of bad humor. Valuable Property tor Sale. The two-story building known as the ‘‘Frasher Properly” situate on K street (on the street car line), Ceredo, W. Va , is for sale at a jiakoai*?. The building contains 1(5 rooms. The premises contain the necessary outbuildings, splendid well ot pure water and a nice grape arbor. The building could not be built today for less than $8,000, but it and the two lots can be bought for a good deal less, if the trade is made at once. For further particulars apply to T. T. Me Douoal, Ceredo, VV. Va. Its hard for one woman to forgive an other for having done her a favor. Call for Republican District and County Conventions. At a meeting of the Wayne County Republi can Executive Committee held at Wayne, Wayne county. West Virginia, on Friday, April 17, II •*. pursuant to notice or call there of duly published in the Ckskoo Ahvamck for more than ten days, It was ordered that mass convention* of the Republican voter. of Wayne county be held in the various magisterial districts of Wayne county on Saturday, May 21, ptOR, at II o’clock, a. m., to select delegates to attend a county convention of Wayne county, which is hereby called to meet at the Court "House at Wayne on Saturday, June «. lt*». at 11 .o’clock, a. m., for the purpose of selecting sixteen delegates to represent Wayne couhty in the Republican State convention which is called to meet at Charleston on luiyH.lwj*, and also to selec t such number of delegates to the Sixth Senatorial District convention hereafter to be called as Wayne county shall be entitled to name. Each magisterial district sha’1 hold Its mas* convention at the following places, and shall be entitled to selec t one delegate to said connty convention for eaeh twenty-five votes or frac tion thereof over twelve, cast in that district for Theodore Roosevelt for President in I9t>4, that Is to say: Ceredo District, at t eredo, 20 Delegates. Union District, at Lavalette, 17 •• Butler District, at Sugar Branch Schocl House, ]7 « Lincoln District, at Munlow, 2] •« Grant District, at Spr> School House, 10 h Stonewall District, at F.ast Lynn, 10 •• By ofder of the Committee. A Holt, Member from t eredo District, Chairman IsWRS A KRRS. Member from Butler District, A I.bbrt Hit, Member from Union District. J It. M KMC, Msoif : i Lincoln District, Gard of Thanks. As it has been the desire of the Omnipotent Father to call our be 1 >ved son and brother, llarry T. Bray, we wish to tender our sincere thanks to Red Cross Lodge, No. 113, Knights of Pythias, and the many friends ot our son and broth er for their untiring kindness and assistant to him during his illness; also to us during our sorrow. \ our kindness and generosity will never be rorgotten and we can not express words that would repay you. Hklkn V. Brat, Mothe**. Otis M. Brat, Brother. Pain, anywhere, can be quickly stop ped by one of Dr. 8hoop’s Pink Pain 1 ablets. Pain always means congestion — unnatural blood pressure. Dr. Shoop’s Pink Pain Tablets simply ooax congest ed blood away from paiu centers. Those Tablets—known by druggists m Dr. Shoop’s Headache Tablets—simply equalize the blood circulation and then pain always departs in 2o minutes. 2o Tablets 25 cents. Write Dr. Shoop. Racine, Wls. for free package. 8old by R. New Williams. C. P. Snow and E. W. Grice, Superintendents respectively of the Huntington and New River divis ions ol the C <fc O , passed through here Weenesday morning en route to points east. “Health Coffee” is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet pro duced. This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr. Shoop of Racine, Wis. Not a grain of real Coffee in it either. Dr. Shoop’s Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains, with malt, nuts, etc. Really it would fool an expert—who might drink it for Coffee. No 2o or Jlo minutes tedious boiling. “Made in a minute” says the doctor. Sold by R. Ney Williams. Weak women get prompt and lasting help by using Dr. Shoop’s Night Cure. These soothing, healing, antiseptic supiHxdfories, 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, Raeii e, Wis. for my book No. 4. Sold by R. Ney Williams. For Over Sixty Yearn. MRS. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING HYRT7P na* been used for over sixty years by mil lions of mother* for their children "while teething with perfect hucccik. It hoot lie* the child, softens t lie go in*, allays ail pain, cures wind colic. Hint Is the best remedy for dlar rhcea. It will relieve the poor little Kuflerer Immediately. Sold hy Unigglhtti In every part of the world. Tweuty-tt ve cents a bot tle. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow s Soothiiis Mvrup. snd take no other kind. Guaranteed under the food and drugs act June 30lh, I9utt. Setial number 1098. A Twenty Year Sentence. “I have just completed a twenty year health sentence, imposed by Bucklen’s | Arnica Salve, which cured ine of bleed ing piles just twenty years ago,” writes O.S. Woolever, of LeKnysville, N. Y. Bucklcu's Arnica Salve heals the worst sores, boils,bums, wounds and cuts in the shortest time. 26c. at Bloss Drug Stcre, Ceredo, and R. Ney Williams’, Keuova. How to Grow. You can’t lift a retail business out of a small neighborhood orbit unless you advertise. Publicity is , the only means of expansion. When I the masses are informed that you | actually exist, that you have goods to sell, that you olTer inducements to the put chasers, then your trade grow4 with your growing clientele. That languid, lifeless feeling that conn s with spring and early summer, can be quickly changed to a feeling of buoyancy and energy hy the Judicious use of Dr. Shoop’s R* storative. The Restorative is a genuine tonic to tired, rundown nerves, and but a few doses is needed to satisty rhe user, that Dr. Shoop s Restorative is actually reaching that tired spot. Theiudoor life of win ter nearly always leads to slugg’sh bow els, and to sluggish circulation in general. I he customary lack of exercise and out door air ties up the liver, stagnates the kidneys, and oft-times weakens the Heart’s action. T'se Dr. Shoop’s Restor ativea tow weeks and all will be changed. A few day’s test will toll you that you are using the right remedy Yon will easily and surely uote tho change from | ,la3" to day. Sold by R. Ney Williams. Do you Want to Pau 52c txtra? I nder a recent ruling of the 1'ont Office Department, which i wont into < llect January first, it W ill cost lifiy-t Ao ctMils a year to mail this paper to subscribers who have not renewed their subscriptions within one year. Hereafter it will be necessary to add thin amount to the regular subscription price when paper lenewals are delayed beyond one year. 'Phis would nearly double the subscription price of the paper for the delinquent subscrip, lions. To spare this extra expense on your subscription, it will be necessary to have a remittance at ' once. This will save the extra pontage expense for one year more. Please do this at once, if you are in an ears I in your subscription. - - Aokvts W a ntki»! — 16x‘20 crayon : portraits 40 cents, frames 10 cents and up, sheet pictures one cent each. You can make 400% profit or $36 00 per week. Catalogue and Samples free. Frank W. Wil-| MAWK Comcasv, 1208 W. Taylor St., Chicago, III. “Ut$d In a Million Homos.M Every woman wants one. “Absolute ly new.” Sample lo rents. Agents, write for special terms. Hells at sight. W H Bartuty, Son Mutual Life Building Buffalo, y. \ . J7apr2vv I WE SAVr YOU MONEY Our Store is just the place you are looking for if times area little dull. We positively sell you Furniture., carpets, stoves and Household Goods _Cheaper Than They Can Be Bought Elsewhere. We are Framing more Pictures than any other place 3 CASH OR CREDIT. 8 mtheoity. We know how and charge less. BRING US YOUR PICTURES. DICKINSON FURNITURE GO.. Leap Year. v_ Nice room, Easy chair, Old batch Sitting there. Old batch Begins to snore Gentle rap At the door. Enter maid Rather old With a look of Lore untold. Chat a while This and that Close by him Old maid sat. Soon she talked Sentimental; Care? Not he, Continental. She got mad, Began to cry; Other tactics Thought she’d try. “Years you’ve called Every night;. Think you had Perfect right! “Why you came Goodness knows Never once Did you propose. “Now, ’tis leap year, Don’t you move! 1 shall tell you Ol my love.” Then there was An awful crash lie bad leaped Through the easb. Funeral next day At eleven; Old hatch Safe in heaven. —Selected. Death Was Oil His Heels. Jesse P. Morris, of Skippers, Va., had a close call in the spring of 190b He says : “An attack of pneumonia left mo so weak and with such a fearful cough that my friends declared consumption had mo, and deuth was on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr. King’s New Discovery. Ir helped me immedi ately, and after taking two and a half bottles I was a well man again. I found out that New Discovery is the best rem edy tor coughs und lung disease in all the world.” Sold under guarantee by Bloss Drug Store, Oredo, and R. Ney Williams, Kenoya. ;>oc and $l.oo. Trial bottle free. Yellow Journalism In Arizona. An Arizona man who had sub scribed to a religions paper for some time, sent a Utter to the ed itor to stop it, in which he said: “We find the (rila Howler, our local paper, much livelier than your old milk-and-water affair. Besides you havn’t played a square game with your ads. My wife bought a pair of corsets you advertise, and blamed if they didn’t burst in three days, and we use them now to mend the hen coop. I took half-a dozen of the dead-shot pills you puffed up in a leading notice the week before la-t. and for two whole days after that I was so ill that three doctors announced rny ap proaching end. Kor these reasons give me the Howler only. As I know it always lies, unless it is paid to tell the truth, it can’t lead me into temptation.” The best way to stop a wagging tongue is to stop your ears. Weak Kidneys us as rtrwiflhwi th*in. I>r. Hhoop’t ftaHorfctfra It a mediclna specifically prepared to reach th<«ie w«U** * b 1* • waeta of time, end of money a* If Tour back ache* or ta weak, tf the urine or la dark end atron*. if you have symptoms T} 8hJop • Reatoreure a month Tablets or Liquid—and see what it ran and will ao for joo. izrotfiit rocominiod tell Dr. Shoop’s Restorative R. NEY WILLIAMS. I Curlew. An exchange says that every fam ily aboold have a curfew which should positively ring tonight and svery night if needed. These our fewe are inexpensive and home made. Take a piece of board about two feet long and whittle one end down to a handle, and then take the child that needs the curfew and bend him over a barrel. Now take a piece of siding in band aud use it for a clapper. Divide the strokes evenly and see that none miss. Good for a boy or girl up to the age of sixteen and applications are warranted to i cure the most pronounced case of : street walking that exists The music the curfew makes is finer than singing “Where is my wan dering boy ton’ghl.” I have two handsome Sewing '• Machines for sale at about half ! price. One is a drop head; the other; is not, and both arc 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 he too late. T. T. Mc Dougal, Ceredo, W. Va. Dotlct to Tako Depositions. To T. J Parsley : You will take notice that on the 19th clay of May, 1908, between the hours of I 8 o’clock, a. m., and6 o’clock, p. m., at the office of ,T. H. Meek in the town of , Duulow, Wayne county, West Virginia, 1 I will proceed to tako the deposition of myself and others to be read as evidence in my behalf in a certain chancery suit now pending in the circuit court of Wayne county, West Virginia, wherein you are defendant and I am plaintiff. If from any cause the taking of said deposition be not commenced on that day. or if commenced and not completed ou that day, the taking of the same will be adjourned and continued from day to day or from time to time at the same place and between the same hours until completed. Respectfully, Rosa Parsley, f 29aprlw By Counsel. Order of Publication. The State of West Virginia: Wayne Countv Circuit Court Clerk's (Ml ice: At Rules held in the oflfteeofthe Clerk of the Circuit Court on Monday, the 6th day of April, 1908 : Rosa Parsley, i vs. • In Chancery. T. J. Parsley, \ The object of this suit is to obtain a di vorce from tlie bonds of matrimony. This day came the plaintiff by her at torneys, and by their motion, and it ap pearing from an affidavit filed with the | papers in this cause, that T. .1. Parsley, | defendant, is a non-resident of the State ' of West Virginia: It is therefore order- , ed 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 suit. And it is further ordered that this order be pub lished once a week for four successive weeks in the Ckkkixi Advance, a week ly newspaper published in said Wavue county, and Is* posted on the front floor of the (’onrt House at least twenty davs before judgment or decree is entered herein. Teste: , Chas. E. Walker, „ , „ Clerk, i Napier & Meek, Aft’ys. 22apr4w t Trustee’s Sale of Property Near Ceiedo. Under authority of a deed of trust made by H. M. Piles and Laura Piles, his wife, to me as Trustee, dated on the 17th day of September, 1901, recorded in the office of the clerk of the Connty Court of Wayne county, West Virginia, in Trust Deed Rook No 12, page 150, to secure to L. E. McWhorter the payment of seven (7) note*, amounting to Five Hundred and Six (#506 oo) Dollars with interest , default having been mane in the payment of the last four (4) of said note*, and being requested hy the owner of said notes, I shall, on THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1908, on the premises, proceed to sell at pnbllc auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the lot with improvements in or near the town of Ceredo, and near the N. & W Railroad depot, in said Wayne coun ty, West Virginia, conveyed by and de scribed in said deed of trust as follow* : A lot beginning at a stake in the line of county road, it being tho 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 course with line of railroad 63 feet to a stake; thence in an easterly '•onrso 'Mi feet to a stake in line of county 1 road ; thence in a northerly course with | said road 08 feet to the place of begin- I iiing, containing eOdO square feet, to- ' g*therwith all the hnildiug* and im provement* on said lot or belonging I thereto. Isaac Lobwenstris 2 5apr4w. - Trust e. HTHE PEOPLE’S BANK We make an earnest effort to accommodate all. Our aim Is to make home1 eVery the P«ople’s bank ; a bmk where all maj feel at The interests of our patrons are manifold, and these have our constant care. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CEREDO, W. VA. KENOVA. TRANSFER CO., KENOVA, WEST VIRGINIA. Operating Wharf, River and Rail Transfer DEALERS IN-— Buckeye” Salt, “Marion” aud “Fostona” White Lime, “Black Dia moud” and Portland Cements, Glass, Nails, Flue Tile, 8ewer Pipe, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, WallPlaeter, Hair, Lath,Shingles, Corn, Oats, Chop, Bran, Hay.Flour, Seeds and Coal. LOW PRICES ANl) QUICK DELIVERIES. Rates aud Time Tables furnished for Cincinnati and Pittsbug Packets. Correspondence solicited. Send for price list SE WING MACHINE HIGH ARM, DKOP HEAD, • With All Modern Attach ments, for sale at this office FOR LOW(T O A PRICEOF&3U Painless Extraction. Nitrons Oxid Gas Used with Oxygen. Dr. J. A. Tauber, DENTIST. Offices iu Klk Building. (Removed from Big Sandy Bank Build ing.) Catlettsburg, Kentucky. OLE RELIABLE TffEMA )MtX«*AA>.MXX«WBCoCK J I»i *essing, Dry and Steam Cleaning. Dyeing in All the Various Colors. Repairing Neatly Done. A1 teratious of both Ladies’ and Gent’s Garments. Prices Moderate. Workmanship Guaranteed. Both Phonos. Work Called for and Delivered. 840 Fourth Avenue, HUNTINGTON. W. VA. T. T. McIMUJGAL. Fire and Life Insu rance Agent, GRKEDO, W VA J. It. PILES, —AGENT FOR THE— Model Steam Laundry.of Ironton.and the Ironton Dye House. Wcrk called : for and delivered* WANTED To Sell or Exchange tor Town Prop erty. I have a farm containing 120 acres sit uate about 2!4 miles from Wilsondale, on the N. A W. R’y, this county. About "5 acres of the land is cleared. There is a good dwelling, barn and orchard on the propetty. 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 towus. For further par ticulars address. w. H. HUNT, Wayne, W. Va. —-— — — —' w |BIC SANDY NATIONAL BANK, ^ A.TXj H3TT8BU-RO, IC HjliT'I'TXOIC Y» Capital S50 000.00. —— surp|ug $10,000.00. o^fi c:Em,e: 0. W. Gunnell, Pres. Charles Rubbkll, V. Pres. Ernest Meek, Cashier. KKWtt ■DIRECTORS! Chah. Russell. A. Mims. Ernest Meek. Dr. A. p. Banfiei.d. G* W. Gunnell. We are in a position to look af tw Wayne county customers with care and dispatch. r °'J *r* !**!*♦** t(» Ope* An Account In Person or by Mall.