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N O R T H C O T T ’ S.
The Second Week of Our 25°|0 ]>i§
count Sale Takes on Renewed Activity
'■J’HE CARE with which rcen dress duriug July aud August isn’t altogether a matter of ap
pearance; comfort must come in for recognition.
We’ll see that you havo noth in every seuse of the word if you buy your clothes here and at
the same instant you cau be saving 20 perceut ou every dollar. Just as hundreds of others are
doing during this sale.
$25 Vacation Suits $ 18.7s.
You'll need another suit while you’re away;
just think of taking a *25 suit v\ ith you and
paying only *18.To for it. Or a <22 suit and
paving 816.50 and a 820 suit and pay 815. For
822.50 you can pack in your suit case one of
our 830 suits, blue serge or any color, and for
826 25 our best ready-mades worth 835.
Save a Fourth on a Fresh Straw Hat or
Panama.
81 50 to 86 Straw Sailors for July buyers.
$1.13 to $150 Soft Straws, too, Bame
discount.
Oood looking and comfortable Panamas,
worth $6 00, $8 00 and 810. Yours now tor
$4.50, $0 and $7.50.
An extra pair of trousers for July and Aug
ust comfort.
Blue serge, light striped, groy or white flan
nel plaiu, or whito and black stripes, good
with blue serge coats. $5 values $3 75; $6.00
values $-1.50; *4.00 values $3; $7 values $5 25;
$S values $G; $9 values $6.75.
Save on Boys’ Suits—$4.50 for So. 00
Values.
Buy the boy’s suit now at a fourth saving aud
it will come in fine p'ny for early school w^ar.
Boys’ siugle and double breasted suits, 7 to
17 years, worth $3.50 to $15, during this sale
$2.03 to $11 25—a $10 suit for $7 50; a $5 suit
tor $3.75; other priced suits reduced according
ly.
Small boys’ suits, Russian audSailor Blouse,
*2$ to 8 years are also reduced oue fourth.
Boys’ Long and Short Pants and Boys’
Wash Suits on Sale.
The discount is the same, 25 per ceut. It’s
a liberal saviug on such desirable merchandise
as our boys’ and young men’s long pants worth
♦3 50 to to for $2 63 to $3.75 uow, aud boys’
kuickerbocker aud straight trousers worth 50c
to $2.00 now 38c to $1 50 (boys’ corduroys ex
cepted).
Boys’ Wash Suits iu all sizes and styles at
25 per cent off.
Boys’ straw hats half price.
Boys’ duck and linen hats aud caps one
fourth off.
DISCOUNTS ARE MADE FOR CASH ONLY.
Hotel
Frederick
Block.
Huntington, W. Va
Q26-028
Fourth
Avenue*
“Tliat llainy Day.”
| “EVERY THRIFTY MAN AND WOMAN vets ready for tliat RAINY DAY." |
| 1 hey lay a**ide a ccrtain portion of theii im ome, and this they wisely put aiv.iv in
I this bank to accumulate. '
PEOPLE
BECOME )
WE \ I/Ml V
i> v i pending less that they make and dt pk tin if their savings in .1 good, safe bank 1
where tliev can always get it «licit “that rainy day eomeh." 1
YVc issue I ime Certificates of Deposit, and pay three per cent, interest per annum
thereon, thus affording you an absolute vaft investment for your idle funds, and a i
profitable interest return, j
The First National Bank, Ceredo, w, Va,
Capital, $50,000.00.
' Surplus mill l u<!ivitletl Profits, 814,000.00. 1
WRIGHT BROS. CO.i
Dry Goods, Roots, Shoes, No
tions, Harnefs, Clothing,
Hardware, Paper Ro ting, Wire
Fencing,
i Country Prod c", S'aple and
■f Fancy Groceries, Ef c.
' Everything to Fill and Clothe
the Inner and Outer Man.
Goods Delivered in Ceredo and
Keuova Free.
I
I
B STREET
Ceredo, vVest Virginia.
BIG SANDY NATIONAL BANK,
C A.TLETT3BU KQ, KHJNTTJCKY.
Capital S50 000.00.
Surplus $40,000.00.
OFFICKB8:
O. W. Gunnell, Pres.
Charles Russell, V. Pres.
Ernest Mkek, Cashier.
ir*wx
DIR^CTOKfl:
Ciias, Russell
A. Mims
Ernest Meek
Dr. A. Baneikld
G. W. Gunnell
We nre in a portion to look af
t* r Wayne county custouiera <
with rare and dispatch.
Yon Are Invited to Open An Account in Person or by Mail
Before buying your lot ini WTOFKKL, I’IioIokmi.Ikt
Kenova see I. I. McDougal. >^|043 3d ««•., Huntington, W.Va.
CHAS. A. DAVIS
ACENT KOJt TIIE
Crystal Steam Leundry
of fronton, Ohio Satisfaction vuarauit-rd
Leave laundry at Adkins’ barber shop or notify
the airent and he will call for i>.
Painle.ss Extraction. Nitrons GasOxide
Used with Oxjgen.
Dr. J. A. Tauber,
DENTIST.
Offices in Elk Building.
(Removed from Big Sandy Bank Build
in*?.)
Catlettsbur^, Kentucky.
Read Tliis Letter
I <» .ill LojtaI Citizens of West Virginia:
The Southern Status Mutual I.if.- Insurance
t ontparty the West Virginia Company) has
*H'rn *“ bie-inesa in this stall- three years
During that period it has paid ever* claim
agaiim it promptly, and has issued to its poli
cy holders the most modern and lils-ral poli
cies known to the insurance world. It lias
hacked these policies not only by the reserves
required by the excellent laws of West Virgin
ia, but an additional ami voluntary reserve of
many thousand dollars. During the three
years its money has been invested in im
proving West Virginia by making loans upon
real estate, principally for building purposes.
Ilie-i- loans made and in process aggregate
Krr.x.’ft..v,; number of loans so, averaging
Ml.b7each; made for the following purposes:
For building or paying liens upon
public buildings, *70,000.00
For building or paying
hens upon store bdgs , 07,200.00
For building or paying
liens upon reaidenceR J 41,327.60
Policy loans, bonds and
miscellaneous, 29,000.96
West Virginians should be proud of their
Home Company, and of the results already ac
enmplished by patronizing it.
SOUTHERN STATES
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANE COMPANY,
Charleston, W. Va.
Ask us atiout policy forms, rates, etc , giving
Date of Birth ..
Occupation.
Address .........
Not
In accordance with the laws of
'Vest Virginia the undersigned will
on Aug. 9, 1900, make application
to the circuit court of Wayne
county. West Virginia, for a li
cense to carry a revolver.
Occupation, express agent; resi
dence, Kenoya, VV. '’a.
2-jJunctw. M. W. Buzzard.
The Ceredo Advance.
Glenn Hensley of Danville viail
I ed home folk last feunday.
Mis. C. L. Hopkins of West
Huntington visited relatives here
last week.
Ladies' kid low cut shoes, solid
leather at 9d cents per pair.
2July2w. Bruns & Son.
Mrs. L. L. Shortle of Atlanta,
Ga., was the guest of Ceredo friends
last Saturday.
It will pay you to investigate
our Special Sale prices.
2july*2w. Bruns & Son.
Grover Smith, who lives in the
country, ha* been appointed and
has given boud as constable of
Ceredo.district.
“Today was tomorrow yesterday.
Today will be yesterday tomorrow.
Yesterday was today yesterday ; .
Never mind, I was here yesterday today
and will be here nguiu tomorrow, and
will give you a chance to get me lieie
every day. Good bye.”
Rirnrs Little Liver Pills—small, pleas
ant and easy to take. Sold by the Bloss
Drug Co.
As yet no superintendent for our
| schools has beeu employed to take
I the place of Superintendent Grady,
: who resigned. The vacancy will
J probably be tilled at the next
i meeting of the board.
Pinesalve, carbolized, is good for
burns, ft penetrates the pores, draws
out inflammation and is healing. It is
also good for cuts, sores and brnises.
Sold by tho Bloss Drug Co.
Mrs. D. A. Sayre and sister,
Miss Hope Ferguson, of New
Haven spent a tew days here last
1 week with relatives.
The surest nml easiest way to core a
I cough (g* cold is by gently and freely
moving the bowels. Bees ,Laxative
Gough Syrup is pleasant, stops the
coughing and quickly relieves the cold
by allaying congestion and bv pleasant
ly and promptly moving the bowels.
Sold by the Bloss Drug Co.
1 ho Advance would like to have
correspondent at Wayne, Fort
<Jay, Dunlow, Ki-t Lynn and in
fact at every post office in the
county. \V rite us for particulars.
Pineules are for all kidney, liver,
bladder, rheumatic and urinary com
plaints. They assist in separating salt
and water with their poisons from
the blood. . They act promptly. Sold
by the Bloss Drug Co
Mrs. M. E. Grotbe and daugh
ter, Miss Cere, accompanied by
their guests, Misses 1 >aisy and
Lena Woods of Maryland, visited
tl e ‘ Queen City of the West” last
*eek. They went via steamer.
The best pills made are DeWitt’s
Little Early Kisers, the fntnous little
liver pills. They nre small, gentle,
pleasant, easy to take and act promptly.
They are sold by the Bloss Drug Co,
Ceredo, and Kenova Druggists.
The <4uyan river boom broke
last Thursday morning and about
tifty thousand Jogs went out into
the Ohio. Many persons of this
place were busy Thursday catching
logs. The timber belonged to C.
J Crainc & j.
! (Jet DeWitt's Cnrbolized Witch
Hu/.-l Salve when you ask for it. There
or® great many imitations. but there
i* just Olio original. This salve is koo<1
for anything where a salve is needed to
be used, but it is especially good for
Piles. Sold by the I {loss Drug Co.,
Ceredo, and Kenova Druggists.
The Hrc works at Clydeside park
last VVedue-diy night were tine. A
large ero.vd of interested specta
tor* were present to witness the
display. It was the intention of
the management of the park for
this display to have occurred on
the night of tho 5th, but on ac
count of the inclement weather it
was posiponed until Wednesday
night.
M»'/an is good for any kind of piles.
It stops inflammation, creates a normal
circulation, thus reducing the pile?
and heals the parts affected. MnnZan
may be conveniently and easily applied,
as the tube in yvhich it is put up has a
small, patent no/zle attached. Sold by
tho Bloss Drug Co.
W ANTED—Salesmen »o represent us
ill the sale of our High Grade Goods
Don’t delay, apply at once. Steady em
ployment ; libera! terms. ~
not necessary. ALLEN
CO . ROCHESTER, N. Y
Experience
NURSERY
Notice To Subscribers.
In a few days we intend to send out
statements, to show yon how yon stand
on our subscript ion book. Aow if yon
receive one don’t take it as a "dnn.” We
mean no insult, neither is it a reflection
upon your honesty. Yon probably don’t
knowhow you stand, and, if yon are
busy yon neglect such a little matter.
But it amounts to a big thing with as
. And then the post office authorities say
j we cannot send our p«*>er to you if you
[get more than one year in arrears. If
yon want this paper we know yon will
not object to paying for it; and if yon
don’t want it, pay arrearages, tell ns so
and we will stop it.
)
Not Sisters
Now and again you see two women pass*
ing down the street who look like sisters.
You are astonished to learn that they are
mother and daughter, and you realize that
a woman at forty or forty-five ought to be
at her finest and fairest. Why isn't it so?
rhe general health of woman is so in*
timatcly associated with the local health
of the essentially feminine organs that
can be no red cheeks and round
form where there is female weakness.
Women who hare suffered from
fhi trouble here found prompt
relief and cure in the use of Dr.
fierce • “•▼onte Prescription. It fire* vigor end vitality to tks ^
organs of womanhood. It clears the complexion! brightens the 'j
eyes anil reddens the checks.
No alcohol, or habit-forming drugs is contained in “Favorite Prescription."
Any sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. Every letter is
held as sacredly confidential, and answered in a plain envelope. Address:
World’s Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. H.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N.Y.
-Bad*. WATER SERVICE SYSTEM
IN OPERATION AT OUR STORE
Something new. Price U low.
Plants furnished in all sizes. You can
have a large supply of hot and cold
water by simply turning a faucet.
Elevated or attic tanks are not used
with the Leader system. No stag
nant water, to cause sickness in the
summer, but always pure, fresh,
sparkling water under pressure
equal to that furnished by a city water
works. We will be pleased to mail
or hand you literature descriptive of the
Leader system of
water supply, upon
receipt of a card,
or application at
cur Store.
Kenova Plumbing and Heating Co. I
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.
THCKHDAY EXIT’UNION'S TO
ATLANTIC CITY
Gape Mau, Sea Isle Gitu, Ocean Gitu, N. J., Ocean Gitu, Md.,
* Relioliotli, Del.. AND RETURN
JULY 8 and 22, AUGUST 5 and 19, SEPT. 2, 1909.
ROXJJSTUt 1 FROZNS
TRIP M G EREDO
Only f2 additional to Asbury Park, Lone Branch, Point Pleasant and Intermediate
Kesorts.
TICKETS GOOD
KKriRXING
16 DAYS
For Full Details Call on B. & O. Ti
INCLUDING
DATE OF SALE
cket Agent.
KENOVA, WEST VIRGINIA.
———————^ WHOLESALE DEALERS IN —■ j - - -
AUhh Porllaud Cement, Big B Marion Limp, Gypsum Wall Pla9t
tpr, Hydrated Lime, Red Cedar Shingles, Lath, Tar Paper, Rubber
and Paroid Roofing, Roof Paint, Chimney 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
Operating Wharf* and River and Rail Transfer. Rates uud
Time Tables furnished for Cincinnati and Pittsburg Packets.
Correspondence solicited. Send for Price List?
Read
The Herald-Dispatc h.
Prints all the news first.
Delivered by carrier boy ev
ery day in t lie week.
10c a week and worth it.
BUEORD TRIMMER
PM MKING AM)
<i \S FITTING.
All kinds of Repair Work Done
on Short Notice and in a Satisfac
tory Manuer.
Leave orders at the Bloss Druir
Store, Ceredo, \V. Va.
CARTER'S
—-—
CARTER'S
Bed Room Sujts^Complete
or a SingleJIxtra Piece.
x^TiHICH IS IT, your bedroom needs Ibis summer—fur
mshed out and out complete, or just an extra piece
" % or two. VV bat ever you intend to buy for it you
can best be suited at tbie store.
We have not only the greatest variety of bed room
furniture in the city, but we have more exclusive furn™
ure. The leading makers of the U. S. contribute to our
line, and buying in large shipments we secure a lower
price on high grade bed room furniture than most houses
!™pr-rntu.r,ug you m‘ke io b,,yiD« °f «»«•«•
C. CARTER & CO.
THE LEADING HOUSE FURNISHERS
922-924 4TH
AVENUE
IIUNTINGTON
FJEOEBICK
BLOCK

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