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The Ceredo Advance.
ttnwi.d it the poKt-offlce at orrdu. W. V*. _ ** «n-oodcli<* WEDNESDAY . APKIL i'K, it* . I^fatrooi of ihu paper will pitkht lend to bu office uotictsol tbeirfrieud. visions bore or elnewtiere.—Ed.' LOCAL MAVh. M ra. V. 11. Ci uni is bett» r. Henan Lowe lias moved to Diu gep*. CL 11. Hensley \idted home folk here Sunday. M. H- Stock spent Sunday here w itb home folk. John Walker was a Ceredo visitor Saturday. Mrs. M. P. Walker was at Hunt ington last Friday. Mrs. Laban Workman is num bered among the sick. Mrs. Felix Flanery was a visitor at Huntington Saturday. D. 1L Smith of Huntington visit ed relatives here Saturday. Mrs. Fannie llutchisou of Docks creek was in town Saturday. Mrs. Allen Seaggs is able to be out after an illness of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kmsy Seaggs were business visitors at Huntington Saturday. Wm. Howe returned home last week from a \ isit with Williamson relatives. Mrs. Watne Perdue has return- ' cd to her home at Iverson after a j visit here. 'lhomis Adkins of Beech Fork was a business visitor here Iasi Thursday. Miss Lila Rutherford has return ed from a visit with relatives at Centerville. Miss Bessie Willis of Hunting ton spent Sunday afternoon here with triends. Gas Mantels, the 1"» cent kind, sold for lo cunts at the Advance stationery store. tf. Mrs. Archie Toney and mother, Mrs. Crank, were Catletisburg visitors Friday. Mrs. Ernest Rei>/. and Mrs. Ira Alley speul Monday at Hunting ton with Blends. Mrs. Crank of Williamson spent last week hero with her daughter, IMrs. A. E. Toney. I. R Alley was at Huntington one day last week hiving some dental work done. Mrs. Carrie Slagel and children have retur.o 1 from a vi&it wiij)! relatives near town, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fewell have gone* to housekeeping in one of Hoard's dwellings. Mrs. llenr? Frazier was the guest of relatives at Guyandotte! several days last week. Mrs. Lou Thompson spent Sun day with her brother, James Thompson, at Eel log'. Me^d atnes Wm. F'ortuner ahd ' Martha AlcCallen were Catlette burg visitors Saturd »y. Mrs. John Harrington and Miss Anna Evans were calling on Hunt ington friends Sxturday. Messrs. John and Charles Alayne of fronton were visiting fhends in this vicinity last week. Air. and Airs. John Slock have gone to housekeeping in the dwell ing vacated by \V. F;. Combs. Airs. Oliver Fuller and son, Fletcher, of West Huntington, visited Ccredo relatives recently. Misses Minnie and Grace Swan son of Docks creek visi'ed friends at this place F'riday and Saturday. Aliss Alinnie Davenport and Aliss Larko of Citlettsburg visited tho K -bekah lodge, this place, on Wednesday evening of last week. J. D. Booth of henovi was a business visitor here last F’riday. He called while in town and left with us evidences that he likes a good county paper. O. H. F'ry, the genial editor of the Wayne New-, passed through town last F’riday evening en route to Huntington. Holden reports his business at the county seat fair ly good. Deputy Alirshal Hub Owens of Cabell county took Morgan Curry from tin? jail in ihis county to. Huntington last F'riday. Curry has been indicted by the federal grand jury. An attendant from the Spencer insane asylum pass'd through town last Friday evening with Alfred Alaynard, who was violently in sane. AI lynard came to this coun ty from Lincoln couoty and was arrested several days ago and plac jed in the jail at Wayne. He was J taker to the asyluiu at Snencrr. Henry Haney of near Dunleith j was in .town yvsUrday. J. M. Harrington transacted business at Huntington last week. Mrs. A. Ci. Brown has been ou the sick list for the past few days. ! Mr. and Mrs. W. P. iJanii of Kenova were Ceredo visitors Mod i day. il»)hn E. Lyons of Higginsport, Ohio, was a Coredo visitor last i Sunday. Mi-s Flora Taylor of Bluefiild is I the guest of her cousin, Mrs. El , Patteison. After a visit with friends here K. A. Morris has returned to his home at Burnside, Ky. Do you want to carry a revolver? I hen prepare to take out a license, j The law take effect May 20. Mrs. Ralph Rowe and daughter, Floreuce, and Miss Neal of Wil liamson arc visiting relatives here. Rev. E. II. Kuickenbocker of Prestonsburg, Ky., has been a Ceredo %isitor for the past few days. Mrs. R. M. Johnson and Mi*s Latina Johnson were here from Kenova Saturday visiting relatives. Price’s show boat “Water Queen” will give an exhibition at the foot of Main street tomorrow (Thurs day) evening. Mis. II. II. Rutherford visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cyrus, at Whites creek, the latter part of last week. Mrs. Ida Pago, Mrs. Wayne Basedon and Mim Eftie Stiokleman ol \\ * st Huntington were calling here Sunday. \\ . A. liamsdell recently pur chased a line span of mules in Kentucky. He now has three good teams. James and Cecil Davis, who have been making their homes in Pennyalvania, are guests of Iriencls in this community. Mrs. Bertha Patterson and Miss Kmma Patterson were at Salem last week visiting Mrs. Patterson's sis ter at the Baptist orphanage. Anthony NV. Haynie of near Diinleilh called last Monday and re newed his subscription to the A ih ani k. Let others eome. We learn that the condition ot Leander Bloss of Dickson, who was badly burned several davs ago, is critical, blood poison having set in. Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. Treadway have moved to our town from Parkersburg. Mr. Treadway holds a position as boiler maker for the B, it 0. Miss Myrtle Stone of Oeredo was (be guest yesterday of Miss Leliu llolt/.worth of Fourth avenue.— Last Monday’s Huntington Heiald 1 >ispatch. The men w ho were arrested for Sabbath breaking (playing ball) at Csindi n Park were bound over by ’Squire Crosseu to answer indict lucuts. W’c have a number of handsome pocket diaries for 190b and will give one to any new subscriber „to ibis paper, or oid subscriber paying up arrearages and renewing, while they last. tf A. Finnicum, who has been foreman of an extra repair force on the It &, O. R. It., near Ripley, this state, is at. his home in this place ntllicted with rheumatism. Mrs. John O. Lambert and Mrs. Lucian Ferguson of Wayne left here yesterday for the west. Mrs. Lambert will go to Mol Springs, j Ark , to bo treated f,»r rheumatism j and Mrs. Fergu-on will go to Hoi-. den, Mo., to vie it relatives. \\/E have received word from the > ▼ FIRST NATIONAL NURSERIES of Rochester. N. A'., rleit they waut a good man or woman to represent them in this section taking orders for th«-ir frnit and ornamental stock. They ad- ! vise ns they have one thonsaud acres devoted to th'-ir business and if any of onr readers want a steady jhH- | tion this .“eason write them for terms. lOniar.Bmo. Dan Smith escaped from the town lock tip last Friday night, after being lined $5.00 an I costs for having been drunk and disor derly. lie was tried by Mayor Sturgill on Friday evening and ! not having the wherewithal to pay i his line was placed in the look-tip, j but the Migrant thought he would i I not attempt escape for such a small I ! fine and did not corifiuo him in a1 j cell. During the night the prison er got some kind of an instrument and made a hole through the plas i ter into the room occupied a« a j justice’* office by ’Squire Brown ami crawled through. From this i room his escape wns coropaialively ' easy, as all that was necessary for him to secure hi* freedom then was to raise a window and let him«clf out on B street. lie has not yet been apprehended. . Was Bound Over. Hense Batten and Frank Willis, j with three women, were out riding | last Sunday and were quite hilar j ious. In approaching town from the Huntington road a number ol shots were tired from the vehicle they , | occupied aud afier reaching Twelve Pole bridge and even on the noith j ' [side of the bridge, inside the cor- ' poration, a uurnber of bullets were! sent from a weapou iu the hands of !, an occupant of the e image. It is j * said one of the bullets came near « hitting Mrs. Geo. Ramsey, who lives near the biilge. Sergeant * J. F Webb w as informed of ; * the shooting aud he, accompanied 1 by B. F. Wilson, boarded a street car and overtook the crowd just as ' they were getting on Big Sandy I x bridge to cross to Kentucky. Hat- - teu and Willis were brought back < to Ceredo and the women were al t lowed to lake the team to a Cat- " lettsburg livery stable where it be- c longed. * At the trial before Mayor W. F. * Sturgill Monday it was proved that c 11 at it* u had a revolver (the officers c having seeu him with the weapon * while he was in the carriage) and * was doing tho shooting. The may- * or fined him $16.00 and costs, c which teas paid. Willis was re- * leased. A state wariant was theu sworn out for flatten and ’Squire A. G. Brown tried him for carrying t a revolver and shooting on the pub- . lie highway. lie was bound over c to answer an inoieliueut, his bond < being fixed al $:100. * Ct'redo Wills Again. 1 he Ceredo has,* bail team won a glorious victory over the noted Ash- : land team at Kiverview I’ark Salur- - day. Amid the shouts and hur- < rahs the game was started at 3;45 * o'clock, witnessed by the largest crowd of the season. The pros- £ pects for a victory for our bjys were very slim until the sixth in- * ning, the score being (5 to 2 m favor - ot Ashland ; but after this inning < the (.'credo lads rallied and won out < by a score of 12 to (5. 1 he features of the game were the batting of Davis, Combs and " (Kay) \\ right, the lirst two named | getting 4 hits each out of o times at t bat. ( Charles Combs occupied the box ^ for the (.'credo team and had curves r to let and speed to burn. Charley is f a protnibMig young pitcher and has j been on the mound twice this sea- ? sou, winning both games. ( Although the Ashland team was ( c mposed of pretty good players, \ the Kentu kiatiN were not m it dur- , ing the grand finale. ^ Innings- l 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 f> Ceredo—o 2 0 o n 4 3 3 x 12 ^ Ashland-4 0 0 1 0 l l 0 0 7 ( hits—-Ceredo, 14; Ashland, 0. £ Krrors—CVredo, 2; Ashland, 2. Umpire—Tiimtnier. j| —-- i ^ Mrs. I wUcinda Kinnell, who cele- 1 • bratcd her one hundred and first v birthday the 31st day of last 4 March, died at her home mi Mor- f gantown the 24tfi inst. SShe was f Haid to be the oldest person 1.1 the ( state. | Ceredo M. E. ClmrHi. ‘ - IS I # REV. \V. F. SHEPPARD, I'AHTOB. ( Services for Sunday. May if: 9:30 j a. in , Sunday School ; h p. rn , • preaching in the Baptist church. ( 0 The Ceredo M. K. church has j Vjccii closed for repairs — plastering, I papering and other necessary im- j provements. The ladie-t are hoping t to hav»t h<‘ work completed l»y May * 23, which is commencement Sun- \ day. i • MThe Cough Syrup that j rids the system cf a cold 4 by acting as a cathartic on the » bowels is ( LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP j] Fees fs the original laxative conrh symp, * contains no opiates, gently movnj the t bowels, carrying the Cold off through the 1 ' natural channels. Guaranteed to give —Or taction or money refunded. Sold by The Bloss Drug Co. SEWING MACHINE < "II Hi II ARM, DROP HEAD, With All Modern At Inch- , incuts, for sale at this • office FOR LOW PRICEOF % fwlr ... ■ TMjrrjT’T OUR ASTER MILLINERY -^-. |£_ STILL ON EXHIBITION. _ _ » Don’t fail to see our superb line of Pattern Hats, Tailored Gage Hats and High Class Novelties. i New York’s Exclusive stoles; if we haven’t just what you want | we can make it for you—and at a satisfying price. You are cordially invited to come and see us. C. E. SILCOTT 00^! Catlettsburg, Kentucky. Dainty Shoes I hat s Hie word best describ- ! ing our line of l adies' Footwear | for Spring. ] They have that delicate touch I ot exclusive style given them by ' the manufacturers. The Julian & \ Kokenge Co. i of Cincinnati have a way of putting into their product work manship and quality of materials that insures High Art Shoes. Our Spring Line is Complete and we request an early inspection by the ladies of our city. Suppose You Drop In Tomorrow FRED BRUNS & SON Catlettsburg, Kentucky. BIG SANDY NATIONAL BANK, < CATLETTSBUKO. K. EWTUCKY- t: Capital $50 000.00. Surplus $10,000.00. it OFFICIAB8: i 0. W. OtlNUKIL, IVp. f| ClfARLFA ItlTMKLL, V. Pr&i. 4 Ernest Meek, Cashier. $ mnoti | # I “DTR^CTORSi | Ciiah. BrsHF.iL A. Mtms Ernest Meek I)r. A. Barfield I G. W. Gunnell Wo aro in a position to lookaf. % t< r W ay ne cotnity cntotn<r» \ with rnrp and dispatch. You Are Invited to Open An Account in Peraonor by Mail Two Preventives flualnst Moths. Take ono fourth of an ounce pact* t of ground cloves and caraway seed, one ounce of dried common wait.. | one half pound of lavender flower* tree from the nt.dk and one-halt oui < i* each of dried thyme and mini. Mix well together, and I nt in cambric or silk bags. Them Perm bag*, it placed among clothes, v* 11 preserve them from mot 1 is and give a pleasant odor. If you arc troubled with moths in the home, try putting blotting piper well saturated with turpen tine in the drawer**, among the turf* and bedclothes, or wherever tlu-ro h ny danger of the moths working their depredations; it can even b*r put along the edge* of carpets, rurpentine :s the best preventive of moths 1 have discovered. — Wo rn in’* Home Companion for May. Toths Mothsrs of Wayos Gauntly It YOU or vour DAUGHTERS are hu fieri ug from N E R VOU 8 TROUBLE, commonly called FE MALE TROT RLE, vVE ask you to lay aside vour prejudice against PATENT M EDLINEH and givo DR PARSON’S BLACKO PRE ! 8CRIPTION a fair trial. “BLACKO” IS ON SALE BY ; ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS ami GENERAL STORES in your . county. A Per vou have used ONE-H ALP BOTTLE, if you are in nnv way dissatisfied with the RESULTS* the merchant from whom you i purchased same will refund your money in full. WE GUARANTEE BLACKO ! in any case of Liver, Kidney, , Stomach or Heart Trouble, and m aii coses of female trouble. If others barve failed try Blacko. Vou can’t lose, as your money will be refunded if dissatisfied. THE BLACKO MEDICINE CO., Spencer, W’. Va. Bifocal Classes. We can furnish you several kinds Of hifccal glasses—the split bifo the cement bifocal (with the I : r/> cemented on), the solid bi focal and the invisible bifocal, tv glass made in such a way that yot» j see both far and near with tbf* i same l«»ns, by simply raising ami ; lowering your eyes. It is made of | one piece ami has no crocks to I interfere with your vision. IK K. EDDY, GRADUATE OPTICIAN*. IIuatingtoD, West Vi, K'o ^harg?. fc r examination* 4 . / .4MWM