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The Ceredo Advance.
Ent«i«d at the poat-offlce mi Ceredo. W. Va_ aa iwoond cl mm* matter. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1908. of th,» paper will pteaae send othlacffice notice*of tbelr friend* vlBltlce bare or elsewhere.— Kd.] LOOal > KWh. Ste our special campaign offer. Mrs. B. F. Wilson is numbered among the sick. Mrs. Chas. Ferguson of Neal was here Saturday. Pitt Hoard visited the county seat last Thursday. Mrs. H**o. Wright was iu Hunt ington Friday last. Sam and Boyd Crum were Ceredo visitors Thursday. Joseph Dunn spent Saturday and Sunday in our place. Rev. E. T. Billups was ut the county seat last week Vernon i-lrotho was a Catletts burtr visitor Saturday. We are not responsible for the views of correspondents. P. P. Parkins made a business trip to Charleston Saturday. Miss Marv Dixon ip quite ill at her heme ou Docks creek. Sam Dock Smith of Dockp creek was in town Monday. Miss Dixie Crura of Central City is visiting Mrs. B. F. Wilson. Mrs. C. C. Hill of Louisa, Ky., j was visiting relatives hero last week. Mrs. J. M. Harrington has been on the sick list for the past few days. I>. F. Wilson attended court at V ayne Monday and Thursday of last week. Mi?* Hcrmia Marcum wai a shopper at Huntington Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Vinson of Louisa, Ky., ire guests of Mrs. Jas. O. Marcum. Don Holland of Central City was calling on the fair cox at this place Friday evening. Mrs. Geo. Saunders of Hunting ; ton was the guest of Mrs. H. il. Johnson Saturday. Mrs. A. J. Nunn and Mrs. Oliver Fuller attended lodge at Hunting ton last Friday night. W. Z Stewart has sold his cottage on East First street to Samuel D. Endicott. Attorney W. \\ . Marcum, who has been attending court at Wayne, spent Sunday with bis family here. .Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wilson spent Sunday witji Mr. Wilson’s brother—G. L. Wilson—in the coun try. Conductor Hiram Ha/.lett of Portsmouth was the guest of Cere do relatives last Saturday and Sun day. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marrmn spent Thursday at Wayne the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Lam bert. J. B. Bragg of Prichard was in town last Saturday. He made the Advajjck oflice a pleasant call while here. Our many years experience in the exclusive shoe business insures you best values possible at prices paid. 13may3w. Bruns it Son. Mr. aud Mrs. W. Z Stewart and little son of Portsmouth, Ohio, were guests of relatives here last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Jink Hunt, who is making her home wi*h her sister, Mrs. Ed Jenkins, at Kenova, was calling on relatives at this place one day last week. Dr. R TI. Hardwick haa gold hia internet at Davie, thin etate, aiid ih thinking of locating at Central City. Ha ie now at tho homo of big father lu-law on Buffalo, this county. John Kelley, Jr., who had charge of grading for the parties having lots for sale below Catletts, burg, whilo blasting rock on Tuesday of last week, was badly burned about t.he face and hands. I. II. Harris of Fort Gay was in town the first of this week and whilo hero called and had his name placed on the Aovanck subscription list. Mr. Harris is a republican candidate for justice of the peace in iiutler district and we are mtoimed is a good man for the office. W c will send the Cincinnati Daily Post until January 1, 1909, The Kpitomist, a splendid month ly farm paper one year, and this paper one year, all for only $2.00. This is a great offer and no one should hesitate in accepting it. I You will want the news until after the Presidential election and now, i* your lime lo secure it at a low l price. i Miss Ella Rutherford spent Suu day at Dunlow. Mrs. Robert "Wrigbt, Jr., and son R >y, returned from Oklahoma | last Wednesday. Mrs. Ed Davis of Kenova is visiting her daughter — Mrs. Clark—id Cincinnati. Rev. R. F. Kilgore of Michigan, was the guest of bis cousin—Mrs. I. R. Alley—last week. Mrs. W. L. Mansfield and Mrs, A. M. Frizzell of Ceutral City were Ceredo visitors last Suuday. When needing shoes of any de scription, see our immense stock before purchasing. We can please you in both style and price. 13may3w. Bruns Jb Son. / Catlettsburg, Kyi \ J Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Lewis anX Mrs. Mary Crooks of Pomeroys Ohio, and Will Scott of Catletts burg, Ky., were the guests of Prof, and Mrs. E. O. Saunders lust Suuday. After giving C. C. Byard the' Master Mason’s degree last Friday 1 evening refreshments were served) to Ceredo Lodge No. o2, A- F. & j A. M., by the Ladies' Aid society j of the M. E. church. A number! of visitors from Kenova lodge | were present. We are agents for the Butler & Kelley (’o., manufacturers of em bossed ball programs, folders, in vitations, advertising cards, etc. They are beautiful and the price is not very high. Call at the Advance office and see samples. We desire to direct attention to the announcement of .Mont Barnaul of Butler district, for assessor, in this i-sue of the Advance. Mr. Bartram’s candidacy is subject to the action of the republican conven tion for making nominations hereaf ter to be called. We will have more to say in regard to this candidacy next week. Me have the largest variety of shoes and oxfords in this whole section, and at very reasonable prices. 13may3w. Bruns & Son. The Advance wants to see all who desire to be candidates for cilice in this county have a fair show tor the nomination on the republican ticket—which ticket piands an excellent chance of winning this fall. Those who de s're to bo candidates should annouuce in the columns of this paper. For this service we charge candidates for countv offioes $5.00; candidates for die tnet offices, *2 50—cash in ad vance. Messrs. John Grecar, M. II. Stock, Charles Marcum and Charles Piles were initialed into the mys teries of woodcraft by Ceredo camp, M. VV. A , Wednesday even ing. After many trials, tribulations and vicissitudes the boy*, succeeded in felling a few giants of the forest. A team from Huntington gave the boys all that was a-comin’ to them —and a little more. At the con- \ elusion of the initiatory ceremonies retreshments for the inner man were served. Some republicans in the county seem to think that the nominations lor county offices will fie made at the convention which will be held at Wayne on the 0th day of June, w hich is not the case. The county executive committee, for reasons best known to themselves, thought it wise not to make the nominations on the day delegates are named to | the state nominating convention I and therefore did not place it in the call. Nothing is to be done *t the convention called for .fane 0, ex cept to appoint delegates to the state convention and to ifieM l>ow ell senatorial convention. Since our last issue we havn taken from our mailing list the names of a large number of persons who were in arrears, but making the change on the lists was more of a job than we sup posed it would be and we did not have time to take all the names of persons ofT who are more than a year in arrears (as the law re quires) ; but by next week we hope to complete the job, save perhaps a few on the Ceredo and K**nova lists, whose names will be taken off just as soon as wo find time to do it if they do not settle. Wo will give all smpi* time to settle, either by remit ting the cash or sending us a good note, before placing the claims in the hands of a colie ctor. —— - ■#'»♦ -— Our New Line Of Ladies' fine shoes and oxfords made by Julian Kokonge (>»., i now complete. A big variety of Brown Kid, Tan and Patent Ox fords, at 12.50, $3 0l> and *3.50. Would bo pleased to show yon thi* popular lino. 13may3w. Fuko Bruns So*, Catlettsburg, Ky. The Annual Service. 1 he annual service introducing the commencement exercises of our schools was held last Sabbath in the Ceredo Congregational church. The ebutch was artfully aud tastefully decorated in pink and white in honor ol the graduating class, these being the class color*. The superintendent and his able corps of assistants marched in and were seated in places of honor in the church; Prof. Grady, the efficient superintendent of tho schools, and Mi** Lcderer, his able and learned coadjutor as principal of the High school, occupying seats iu front of the pulpit with the “sweet girl graduate.” Miss Fein Wright, the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max. \\ right, between them, she mg the only graduate this year. 10 High school filed in aud took it* reserved for them immediately -bind tho one occupied by the gradate. The customary sermon to the graduating cla*s and to tho schools was pre. ohed l»y Kev. (i. \\\ Twyn bam, pastor of the M E. church at this place, from Paul’s F irst Epistle to Timothy 4:16. The sermon was able and im presaive and was listened to with rapt attention by the huge and ap- ' preciative audience. I’lic united choirs deserve groat credit for the impressive manner in wbion they rendered choice and in spiring music for this occasion. 1 he people of this community 1 have reason to be proud of their ed ucational advantages. Our schools! both here and at Kenova aro in aj flourishing condition and we arc for tin ate in having at their heads such i worthy Christian gentlemen as Supt. Grady and Prof. Saunders and in having such efficient assistants to them in all the grades. Kodaks and Kodak Supplies. Our store is headquarters for fresh films, plates, printing and developing papers. Wo have all the amateur supplies that are needed. Brownie Cameras, *1, *2, *3.00 Kodaks, *6.00 Kodaks, $8.00 Kodaks, *12.00 Kodaks up to $35.00 Wild & Hoette, Florentine Drug Store, Huntington, W. Va. Bio Gflbell, w. Va. Editor Advance : As there is seldom any news in your paper from this part of tie sphere I thought perhaps the readers would enjoy a tew laota. Horn, to Mr. and Airs. Charles K. Roberts, the 15th tnst., a daughter. Charley is all smiles today. Coon Ray and Rearley Roberts attended prayer meeting at the Bap tit church Wednesday evening. M as Pearl Welling was visiting o ir t ><vn Tuesday, solicit ng sub scrihers for a subscription school. Although she has never taught school we feel confident that she is capable of performing the duties as teacher. Charles K. Robert*, who has been poorly for some time, is con valescent. Rearley Roberts has recently pur chased a guitar. He says all the fault he has to it is tbai it isn’t left handed. [Why not make the instrument “left handed” by transposing the si rings?— Ed. J •Ins. P. nd Ed Roberts made a business trip to Una Thursday. W. A. R »borts has just purchased a buggy, hie li in uis a nice drive when the roa 1* g t good. .fames .Stevens is erecting a new store building which will he larger than the present one. Owing to the raids mnde by night ndeis most of our tobacco raisers have, dectin :d to put out any crop l.d, Roberts says he has so much work to do that he is always be hind. He says he is all in, hut don’t look it. On account of the dontinual rain it look* as though most of our farm ers would have to take a back seat; but let, ns not be discouraged, as ev erything works around in due sea son. May IS, 1008. WuicnrsTKR. V/eak Kidneys Weak Kidney*. e^ely point to weak kidney lferve*. The kldwiys. like the.Heart, and the Htomach, fln<l tt. tr weakness, not In the oryan Itself, but fn th< nervr s that control and yulde and str-nythen them. Dr Hhoop’s Restorative la a medicine specifically prepared to reach these cont' ,111ns nerves. To doctor the Kidneys alone, I* futile. It ia a watte of time, and of money aa well. If your T tcV aches or Is weak. If the orfne Wald4, or Is dark end <stron». If j on have symptoms of Rriyhta or other di*:r«a*lny or dangerous kid. rv*y dl^ase. try Hr. 8h'*»p s Restoratives month—* Tablet* Of Lie > I—and on what It ca.n arid will do for you. Druggist recommend and sell R. NEY WILLIAMS. A VISIT WILL SATISFY -—-WHY WE ARE The Greatest doming House in the Ohio vaiieu Complete Lines of Clothing for Boys and Men. Prices are Positively Right. One Price to All. 1 ALL CARS STOP AT THE BIG STORE FAMOUS SINCE 1881. THE fl. J. BRUMBERG GO IltONTON, OHIO. WE ARE RIGHT AT THE NEW N. & W. DEPOT Fashion's Latest Creeds IN HIGH ART MILLINERY Are to be found at this store, Here you will find a large stock which will please the most fastid ious. Hats and .Bonnets for the old and yoiuig, rich and poor, at reasonable prices consistent with good goods and expert trimming. rs. E. TAYLOR, CEIIKDO, WEST VA. INSURANCE FIRE AND LIFE! RISKS PLACED WITH THE REST COMPANIES. i IDO NOT WAIT. LIFE IS UNCERTAIN. FIRE MAY IN A FEW HOURS DESTROY THE SAV | I NOS OF YEARS.-2^ | ) FOR RATES CALL ON | i T.T.McMOU'ttALi k. 1 CEREDO, W. VA. ' 1 I J l | | WEAR FROST & OARRED I SHOES1'? HUNTINGTON ’ Jw. VAli am J CARTER SAVES YOU MONEY. EV’BYTHISe For The Home PRICE IT Price whatever you intend to buy, price it here then look elsewhere. He sure the quality measures up to ours before you take it. Completeness was never such a reality in ev ery department of our house furnishing estab lishment as now. Parlor and Library Pieces. Bed Boom Furniture Carpets Itugs Curtains I’orllers Mattings Hi iiins; Room Pets Refrigerators Rockers Advantage in price, style ami in variety are offered every CAKTKK patron this spring. QUALITY is no question any more if it is sold by us. We guard closely our reputation and in doing so protect you. J. C. CAKTKK Jt CO. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 922*924 Fourth Avenue Hotel Frederick Building Huntington. - West Va. ; It’s Wlint l oin Save...... I That makes von rich and i! you arc alive to your own interests you’ll find you will save money by buying your Groceries and Provisions at mv store. Mv goods aro fresh and the prices are tho lowest. My stock consists ot almost everything to bo lound in a tirst-class gro leery and provision store. Country produce exchanged for goods. Call and see me. E. I&o Alley, Main Street, uear N. & \V. Station, Ceredo, - West Va. >«»>*»><<€<! USE GOLDEN OIL , FOR HEADACHES, COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, CROUP, OI '„ ItltlHE A AND HEALING PURPOSES. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. SAMPLES AND FORMULA 70 PHY SICIANS ONLY. For Halo by The Bloss Drucj Co., Cor'do, and R. Noy VV i 1 - lianas, Konova. Bifocal Glasses. We con furnish you Sfjvernl kinds Of bifrcal glasses—the split bifo cal, tho cement bifocal (with the pioco cemented on), the Rolid bi focal and the Invisible bifocal, a gla^H made in such a way that you Roe both far and near with the Rarne lens, by simply raising and lowering your eyes. It in made of one piece and has no cracks to interfere with your vision. II. E. EDDYf^7 OflADUATB OPTICIAN, Huntington, West Va. No charge for examination % FREE TRIP FOR g MEX Front «ar»i peat-office In Writ Virginia | the National Capital tout Po.tmn*t.r for particnlamor writ, (o AMERICAN RtALfT CO., WA&AINOTON. R. C, splendid (4ns Mantles at Hip Advance Stationery Store for only 10 cents. --—* If yon need * sewing roach mo call at the Advance office and look over ours; can tell yon a machn.o equal in quality at about one*half the price you pay c man who hauls , it around.