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"To tlie Qualified Voters of the City of Kenova: At a special election to be held at the voting precinct in and for the city of I Kenova, Wayne County, West Vir ginia, on tkc2f)th day of May, 1901), the ratification or rejection of an* ordinance parsed and adopted by the Common Oouncil of the City of Kenovu on the loth day of May, 19011, will lie submitted to tlio qualified voters of suid city. Said ordinance is as follows : ‘AN ORDINANCE, authorizing the issue and sale of bonds of tlio City of Kenova, for City Improvements.” 8oc. 1. Be it ordained by the Com roon Conm-il of the City of Kenova, We.8V “*>*i*a, that coupon bonds of the smd City to the amount of Forty Thous DolI,irs ^ sold aud that the proceeds derived from the sale of kucIi bouds be applied and de voted to the following purpose, and none JJ"?frV**®n,ely: ^orty Thousand (.510, 000) Dollars thereof shall be applied to street improvements of the said City Widcft’yhe ^av*u® of l*H: streets of the Provided, that the funds arising from tho sue ot said bonds shall, under the directions of tho Common Council, be applied to the paving of tho following streets, namely, a part of twenty third 8V^niu 8 *)art ^welftli street, a part of Chestnut streot. a part of Beech street and n part of Fifteenth street, the distance in length upon each of said streets being shown upon a plan and report made by M. W. Venable, Engi neer, now on file in the ofllie of the Ke corder of said city. Sec. 2. The bouds issued nnd sold uuder and by virtue of this ordinance «*ll toe of the denomination of Oue Hundred ($100) Dollars r1Ki mtxitiplefi thereof, and shall be payable thirty from the date of their issne, and mail bear interest from their date at the rate of five per centum per annum, and such interest shall bo payable at the First National Bank of Coredo, West Virginia, on presentation of such bonds or interest coupons. Provided, that the said City of Kenova inay after tho ex piration of fifteen years from tho dato of their issue pay oft and discharge any or ail of said bonds upon the payment of tho principal thereof nnd the accrued interest thereon, tho bonds to be so paid off and discharged to Ik? called in theorderof their issao beginning with serial number one. i There shall be levied and col lected by direct annual tax a sufficient sum of money to pay tho annual inter est accruing on the said bonds and tho principal thereof, within and not ex ceeding thirty years aforesaid. »ec. 4 lhe said bonds authorized nn oor this ordinance shall be designated and known ns “Street Paving Bonds.” Sec. Said bonds shnll not lie is sued or sold unless all i|uestions con nected with the snnio shall have been first submitted to the qualified voters of the said City at a special election, held for that purpose, and ihnll have receiv ed at said election three-fifths of all th-* votes cast f#r nndaguinst the same Sec. <5. The Mayor of the said City is hereby directed to issue his proclama tion reciting this Ordinance and ap I^i.timr a day at which an election siiall be held, of the qualified voters of the said City to decide whether or not they will ratify or reject this ordinance, which proclamation shall be published in some newspaper of general circula turn in the said City, and shall be post once a week for two weeks previous to the day of the said election in each election precinct of the said City. « o' election shall be conduct or in all things according to the general election laws governing municipal elections in and for the Citv of Kenova said CityPr°V181<m* °f the Chart( r «f the All persons qualified to vote at municipal elections in the said Citv and no others, shall vote at sad el, c tion and the person voting for the ratification of the oidinance shall have writ ten or printed upon his ballot “For ratification and the person voting for rojecnon of the ordinance shall have ?c"w»on."Pn"":'1 ,“,0n h“ •»“»» • »’«• Umtiggn-gate amount of indebted ne>.s ot the City of Kenova, issued and fn«ll0w‘iZ|ldVfXISt,n*r (Iatei8»oth • ng. and the amount of indebtedness authorized tQ be incurred by th said ■' i’ ’! Kenova is Forty-two thousand e glit hundred and eighteen dollars and thirty-one cents MaJjfiw.,,dW ",J hnnd this 1 ,th (]ay of -f W. B. Morris, Mayor ot the City of Kenova, West Virginia. Not iri*. At a meeting of the Common Conn oiloff^ City of Kenova, In the state \ inrinia, held on the Huh day of Maj. \\m, tho following order wu made and entered: “Whereas, On the 10th dav of May JWo**. the Common Council of the City of Kenova adopted an ordinance en titlod “An ordinance authorizing the is aoo and pale of bonds of tin- City of Ken ova for City Improvements,” wldchordi nance authorized the issne and sale of Forty Thousand Dollars of the coupon bonds of said City, bear ing interest at the rate of five per cm turn, per annum, and payable in thirty yearn from the date of their issue, pro dded such ordinance be ratified at the election to be condnoted and held as re qnirod by said ordinance, and Whereas, In the opinion of the Common Council of paid City the maxi mn in rate of levy provided by section four M) of chapter nine of the act* of the Extra Session of IbO* of the Legislature of Wont Virginia, will not ptnduco snfli cient funds to pay the interest o;, such bonded indebtedness and provide a si'iking fond for tho discharge of the principal of said bonds in the number of yeara authorized by the issue of said bonds , and it appearing that a maximum rate of Eighteen cents on each one hundred dollars valuation of the taxable property, in said city, wiil he neces sary in each year tc pay the intercut on said bonds and provide such sinking fund: Tt is therefore ordered that at the election to lie held for the purine of authorizing said bond issue the ques tion of the levy of a tax of said maxi mum rate of Eighteen cents on each one hundred dollars valuation as afore said. shall also be submitted to the voters of said City ; and it is further or tiered that there shall be printed on the tiolcet the words: “To authorise a maximum special bond levy of Eighteen cents aooording to the order of the Common Council of the City of Kenova, entered on the 10th day of May, 1900, to pay the interest nnd provide a sinking fund for the dis charge of the bonds now being voted for.” And directly underneath and in t wo separate lines shall be printed the words “For the L^vy” and “Against the Levy.” Audit is further ordered that a copy of this order certified by the Recorder of said City shall be printed in two newspapers of general circulation in said City and of opposite politics at least once in each week for two suc cessive weeks before the Election and that a printed copy of said order shall be ]>osted at tin* place of voting in said City, nt leant ten days before said elec tion. M State of West Virginia, Countv of Wayne, City of Kenova. to-wit: I, C. W. Thomson, Recorder of the said City of Kenova, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true nnd correct copy of an order adopted by the Com mon Council of said City of Kenova, on the 10th day of May, 1900. Given under my hand this 11th day of May, 1909. C. W. Thomson, Recorder. Gan Cancer Be Cured? IT CAN. Wo want every man and woman in the Unlt ••<1 States to know what we are doing. We are curing Cancers, Tumors and Chronic Morea without the use of the knife or X-ray, and arc endorsed by the Senate and Legislature of Virginia. WE GUARANTEE OUR CURES. Physicians Treated Free. Kellam Hospital No. 1015 W. Main Street. RICHMOND, VA. HO WOULD«THIIII. Ihut it waj that old drab dress dyed over to such a rich brown, black or bine? \ou can get added woat out of your dresses by having them cleaned or dyed at Thuinu’s, and they are equal to a new gown. Delicate silk waists or suits will oe cleaned or dyed in a matins that will surprise vou when you bring them to us THUMA & CO.. MUNTINGToN, - WEST VA Both Phones. CHAS. A. DAVIS AGENT FOR THE Crystal Steam Laundry of I ronton, ( Itio Satisfaction guaranteed Leave laundry at Adkins' l>art>er shop or eotifjr tin- agent and he w ill call for i*. BUfORD TRIMMER 1'IaUMBING AM) GAS FITTING. All kinds of Repair Work Done on Short Notice Mnd in a Satieiac tory Manner. Leave orders at the Blose Drug Store, Ceredo, W. Va. HUY YOUR MEATS BKSS JOHNSON I Im* Main Street Hotelier Teredo, \V. Va. Farms Wanted. Small farms in Wayne or adjoining counties wanted, to sell or exchange for town property. Call on or address, T. T. McDougal, Ceredo, W. Va. DR. H. MflNNON DENTIST Corner 4th Ave. and JUh Street Huntinoton. WestVa. BOTH PHONES. For Salk—A cottage, almont new, eituate in the southern part of Ceredo on a nice high lot. Terms very re.nonal 1e. For further par ticular* inquire of the proprietor of this paper. tf. WTOI'I KL, Photographer 1043 3d »*•., Huntington,W.V*. I rhe Ceredo Advance A Bepnbllean Newspaper that has a large circulation In the Big Ssndy and Twelve Pole Valleys An excellent advertising medi •im Published Every Wednesday. TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one yeai, - - $1.00 One copy, six months, - .AO One copy, three mouths. - .30 Notice to Subscribers. Oar subscribers will please bear in mind the ruling of the Postmaster Gen eral that if they become iu arrears more than twelve months we will be required to pay post ige at the rate ot one cent for every fourounces, making one cent post age on each paper sent you. If we are compelled to pay this postage we expect to charge it to t he subscriber; therefore, see that you do not become iu arrears. LOOK AT THE DATE AFTER YOUR NAME ON YOUR PAPER. Job printing of all kinds neatly and promptly executed on rea sonable tens Wayne Courts. Term* of Circuit Court: Second Monday In February, May, Auttust and November. Terms of County Court: First Monday in Jan uary, April and J nly, and Third Monday in No vember. Glenn llensley visited home folk last Sunday. DeWitt’s Little Early Risers, the fam* ons little liver pills, small, gentle and sure. Sold by Bloss Drug Co., Ceredo, and Kenova Druggists W. B. Garrett has been appoint ed a jury commissioner vice Thomas Muncy, whose term expired a short time ago. ManZnn Pile Remedy is put up in a tube with nozzle attached. May be ap plied directly to the affected parts. Guaranteed. Price 60c. Sold by The Bloss Drug Co. Chas. E. Walker, formerly cir cuit clerk of Jlhis county, was ap pointed commissioner in chancery by Judge Wilkinsott last week. A Guaranteed Cough remedy is Bees Laxative Cough Syrup. For coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, hoarse ness and all bronchial affections. Best for children because it is quick to re lieve and tastes good. Gently laxative. Sold by The Bloss Drug Co. While John Nixon was in town last Friday he handed ns a dollar to be credited on his subscription to the Advance. Sick headache, constipation nnd biliousness are relieved by Kings Little Liver Pills. They cleanse the system. Do uot. gripe. Price 2oc. Sold by The Bloss Drug Co. J. M. Harrington is being treat ed at the Huntington hospital lor stomach trouble. He has been un able to work for the past three weeks. If you expect to got the original Oar bolized Witch Hazel Salve you must be sure it is DeWitt’s Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. It is good for cuts, burns and bruises and is especially good for piles. Refuse substitutes. Sold by Hloss Drug Co., Ceredo, and Kenova Drug gists. The Keeotint. By request of the Citizens’ Ticket a recount was taken of the returns of the recent election held in (Ireat er Huntington. No material changes were made by the recount and Messrs. Switzer, Chapman, Coon and Pollock will act as commission ers. Mr. Sw.tzor, receiving the highest vole cast for any candidate for commissioner, will, under the provisions of the charter, be de clared mayor. The recount between Chadwick, Hawes and Anderson for long term members of the school board ended with the following final result: Chadwick, 1,509; Hawes, 1,485; Anderson, 1,481. This result elects Chadwick and Hawes. To tho Mothors of Wayno County If YOU or your DAUGHTERS are suffering from N E R V Q U 8 TROUBLE, commonly called FE MALE TROUBLE, VVE aek you to lav aeide your prejudice agAinat PATENT MEDKTNE8 and *ive DR PARSON’S BLACKO PRE 8CRIPTION a fair trial. “BLACKO” 18 ON SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGI8T8and GENERAL STORE8 in your county. After you have u§ed ONE-HALF BOTTLE, if you are in any way diBBatipfied with the RESULTS, the merchant from whom you purchased same will refund your money in full. WE GUARANTEE BLACKO in any case ot Liver, Kidney, Stomach or Heart Trouble, and in all caeee of female trouble. If ether* havo failed try Blacko. You can’t lone, as your money will be refunded if dieeatlpfied. THE BLACKO MEDICINE CO., Spencer, W. Va. Father’* Dajr, Let as wear a white carnation For the dear old mother’s sake; She’s the best of God’s creation, And as good as He can make; But the fathers plain and poey, Should be recognized some way, For their lives ate not so rosy Bnt like dogs, they need their day. Not the sly dads or the fly dads. Who when rocky grows the road, Duties flouting, take an outing. And let mother bear the load ; They deserve no compensation But a cowhide or a goad. Let us give some recognition To the dads who. year by year, Keep their posts with grim decision. Loss of job their greatest fear. They are working uncomplaining In the mill and market place, Just n modest living gaining, As they keep their steady pace, Nor the club dads cr the dud dads. But the dads wrho, day by day, Keep on working, never shirking, And at night take home their pay, They deserve some recognition, Not one day but every day. —New Tork Times. Lived 152 Years. Win. Parr—England’s oldest man— married the third time at 120, worked in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer. People should be useful at 80. James Wright of Spurlock, Ky,, shows how to remain youug. "I feel just like a ld-year-old boy,” he writes, "after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters. For thirty years Kidney trouble made life a burden, bat the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me I had found the greatest cure on earth.’’ They’re a godsend to weak, sickly, run down or old people. Try them. 50c at the Bloss Drug Store, Ceredo, andR. Ney Williams’, Kenova. The Local Paper. Senator Davie of Illinois re cently gave utterance to the fol lowing comment upon the value to a community of a “local pa per:” “Every year every local paper gives from 50 to 5,000 free lines for the benefit of the community iu which it is located. No other agenoy can or will do this. The editor in proportion to his meaus does more for his town than any other man, and in all fairness, man with man, he ought to be supported—uot because you hap pen to like him cr admire bis writiug, but because a local paper is the best iuvpstmeut a commun ity cau make. It may uot be crowded with great thought, but financially it is of more benefit than both teacher or preacder. Today editors do more for less pay than auy man on earth. Patronize your home paper, uot as a charity, but as an invest ment.” Woods Liver Medicine is a liver regu lator which brings quick relief to sick headache, constipntion, biliousness and other symptoms of liver disorders. Par ticularly recommended lor Jaundice, Chills, Fever, Malaria. The $1.00 size contains 2bj times ns much ns the 50c size. Sold by The Bloss Drug Co. The followiug beautiful senti ment is from the pen of Senator Bob Taylor: “I would rather fill my purse with money and keep its gates ajar to my happy girls while yet they linger under my roof than to clutch it with a miser's hand until the harp-strings of youth are broken, all its music forever fiel. I would rather spend my last nickel for a box of striped mar bles to gladden the hearts of my barefooted boyR than to deny them their childish pleasures, and leave them a bag of gold to quarrel over when l am dead. I abhor the pitiless hawk that circles in the air only to sweep down and destroy the song of the linnet or bury its talon iu the heart of the dove. I despise the soulless man whose grepd for gold impels him to strangle the laughter and song of hiB own family.” — -- liillM To Stop Tlie Finnd. The worst foe for 12 years of John Deyo of Gladwin,Mich., was a running nicer. He paid doctors over $400 00 without benefit. Then Bucklen’s Ar nica Salve killed the ulcer and cured him. Cares Fever-Sores, Boils, Felons, Eczema, Salt Rheum. Infallible for Piles, Bunn, Scalds, Cuts, Corns. 2'jcat the Bloss Drug Store, Ceredo, audlR. Ney Williams', Kenova, Kindness is one of the purest traits that finds a place in the human heart. It give* us friends wherever we may chance wander. To show kindness it is not neces sary to give large sums of money or to perform some wonderful deed that will immortalize your name. It is a word of sympathy to the disheartened. Kindness mak«s suushine wherever it goes;' it is the real law of life; the thing that, connects earth with heaven. Would you live in the rernemberance of others after you are gone? Write your name on the tablets of their hearts by acts ! of kinduess and love. The nob lest revenge we can make upon our euemies is to do them a kinduess. Bank at the dM or* eoi Ik* My is * in Ik* Chain at Life. A chain is no stronger than its weakest link, the body no stronger than its weakest organ. If there is weakness of stomach. liver or lungs, there is n weak link in the chain of life which may snap at any time. Often this so-called “ weakness” is caused by lack of nutrition, the result of weakness or disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases and weaknesses of the stomach and its allied organs are cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stomach is cured, diseases of other organs which seem remote from the stomach but which have their origin in ■ diseased condition of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition, are cured also. Tkm (troag man baa a atrong atomacb. Taka tka akorm recommended "Dlmcor* anr" and you may have a atrong atom• aek and a atrong body. Givbn Away.—Dr. Pierce’s Common Sense Medical Adviser, new revised Edition, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth-boond vol ume. Address Dr. It. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. TIE StOHI mi SITES SSI IIS MOIET FAMOUS SINCE 1881 BRTJMBERG’S IRONTON, OHIO. CLOTHING, HATS, FURNISHINGS KENOVA TRANSFER CO. KENOVA, WEST VIRGINIA i WHOLESALE DEALERS IN - Atlas Portland Cement, Big B Mariou Lime, Gypsum Wall Plast* ter, Hydrated Lime, Red Cedar Shingles, Lath, Tar Paper, Rubber and Parnid Roofiug, Roof Paint, Chimnev Brick, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Flue Tile, Sewer Pipe, Glass, Nails, Barbed Wire, Hay, Feed, Flour, Meal, Potatoes, Grass Seeds, Fertilizers and Coal. LOW PRICES AND QUICK DELIVERIES Z~~ --33 Operating Wharf, aud River and Rail Transfer. Rates aud Time Tables furnished for Cincinnati aud Pittsburg Packets. Correspondence solicited. Send for Price List. WRIGHT BROS. CO. DEALERS IN Dry Good*, Boots, Shoes, No tions, Harness, Clothing, Hardware, Paper Roofing, Wire Fencing, Country Prodoce, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Etc. Everything to Fill and Clothe the inuer and Outer Man. Goods Delivered in Ceredo and Keuova Free. B STREET Ceredo, West Virginia. IWSUBANCE FIRE AN1) LIFE! RISKS PLACED WITH THE BEST COMPANIES. DONOT WAIT. LIFE IS UNCERTAIN. FIRE MAY IN A FEW HOURS DESTROY THE SAV INGS OF YEARS. FOR RATES CALL ON T.T.McDOIJCiAL CEREDO, W. VA. CARTER’S 2* CARTER’S CARTER’S New Curtains and Draperies ' FOR —" f The Home Beautiful. Nature decorates in spring time the outer world—then it’§ natural the housewife likewise wants to beautify the home—the inner world. We have made it easy for her this spriDg—Just come in here and view the very beautiful por tiers, draperies and lace curtains gathered here for you to choose from. Weaves, styles and shades to blend with your wallp, your carpets and your wood finish. Tt will be an injustice to you if you don’t see this show ing before you buy. The prices are reasonable. 80 come today if you can. CJel Our Prices. •(. C. CARTER & CO., The Leading Houae Furuiahhera, Frederick Block, 922-924 4th Ave., H untington, W. Va.