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The Ceredo Advance.
Lultitoatl ibe po-i-office a( Ortdo, W. Va.
** Kecou<lcl»K» mutter.
JV'i’nttouK of ttilH paj 11 will piee.i seed
o IhUoffU-e notice, of tbeir friend, vl.it it ^ '
h re or elm-wbere.—Kd.1
Need wall paper? See Dodge. ♦.»
Miits Louise Lambert is ill with
Edward Gabbert is numbered
among the siek.
A thing of neauty is a joy for
ever. See Dodge. * if
Miss Gertrude Seiggs has been
ill with measles
Rev. K F. Connolly was a Hunt
ington visitor Saturday.
Mrs. C. F. Mercer of Kenova
was calling here Saturday.
Displeased w ith the list job you
had done? See Dodge. tf
Mrs. J. M. Harrington was call
ing at Huntington Friday.
Wm. Ferguson of Docks oteek
was a Ceredo visitor Saturday.
Forest Ratnsdell ha- recovere 1
from an attack of the measles.
Miss Maggie Rogers of Kenova
was a Ceredo visitor Saturday.
See Dodge lor painting and [
paper hanging. Kenova, AY. Va. tf
Mrs. K. T. Billups was here from
Kenova Saturday calling on friends.
Mrs. Lemuel McIntyre of West!
Huntington was in town Saturday.
D. K. Alvis and daughter were
Huntington visitors Saturday even
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stark ot
Kenova were Ceredo visitors Sun
day. •
Mrs. Jos. Patterson of Buffalo
creek visited relatives in our town
last week.
Mrs. Martha McCallen spent
Sunday with relatives at West
i I untingto i.
Mrs. Seadiow and Mrs. Harvey
of Huntington were Ceredo callers
Mrs. Henry Mays of Kcnova
spent one evening last week here
with relatives.
Miss Frances Hampton of Chica
go, 111., visited friends at this
place last week.
Airs. R. A. Stock and daughter,
Mi-s Katherine, visited Huntington
relatives last week.
Mrs. Herbert Warnoek of Ash
land, Ivy., was calling on friends in
our town Sunday.
y Mrs. Hardin Scaggs was the
guest of relatives at Ashland,. Ivy.,
one day last week.
Miss Rachel McClure of South ;
I*oint has returned home after a
short sojourn here.
Mrs. W. J. Marshall of Ports
mouth, Ohio, spent a few hours in
town Friday with friends.
Miss Nannie Taylor of Salem,
Ya., has been spending the past
few days here with relatives.
Mrs. Della Smith, Mrs. J. M
Harrington and Mrs. J. Q. Payne
were calling at Kenova Thursday.
Mrs. Harry S. Stout and little
daughter of Charleston were Ceredo
visitors the latter part of last week.
Delbert < ainpbell underwent an
operation at a hospital at Hunting
ton last week for an affection of the
Mrs. \V. C. Hammond has re
turned to her homo at Portsmouth
after a short sojourn with friends at
t his place.
Mrs. Delbert Campbell has pur
chased the property situate on
West First street belonging to Rev. ,
T. Cole.
Miss Cecil Canterbury of Whites
creek spent Saturday and Sunday
here the guest of Miss Kmma Ham
Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Yeago and
children of Portsmomn were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brady, Sr.,
last week.
L. D. Rowe, who has been tak
ing treatment for cancer at a hos
pital at Richmond, Va., is expected
home in about ten days.
Mrs. J. Q. Payne of Portsmouth,
Ohio, was the guest of relatives
here Thursday. Mrs. Mary Payne
accompanied her to Portsmouth
and will remain there for some
The sehool taught by Miss Rmma
Hammock at Whites creek closed
last Friday, The ooncluding exer
cises consisted of recitations, dia
logues, monologues, songs, etc.
The members of the board of edu
cation and patrons of the school all
vote this one of the best terms in
the history of that school, which is
qaite a compliment to Mies Ham
mock. -V
F. L. Horsey of Guyandotte was
a Ceredo visitor last Thursday.
C. A. 'Rowe was here last Satur
day from Portsmouth. He was en
route to Richmond, Va., to visit
his father, L. D. Rowe.
Mrs. Lffie Deitz returned to
Portsmouth Saturday after a week's
vi-it here. Mrs. Deiiz of Whiles
creek accompanied her home.
Mis-es Clara and Laura Cole,
Lillian aud Mary Cox and Jennie
Walker attended the theatre at
Huntington Saturday evening.
A. M. Hager has moved his fam
ily to Lexington, Ky. Mrs. M. C.'
Grate occupies the cottage vacated
by Mr. Hager on Fast Second
!>rop me a card and I w ill
phased to call and submit an esti
m »te on your painting or papering,
if I)oix;e.
If you desire your stationery en
graved <>r want engraved wedding
invitations, etc., this office eau fur
nish this class of work. Cal. and
see samples. tf.
Don’t fail to see our line of
Men’s shoes and, low cut shoes in
‘‘latest style toes” at *2 50 and
*3 oo per pair.
Hruns Siiok Co.,
24mar3w Catlettsburg, Ivy
A. Walker of Whiles creek, R
F. I). No. 1, was in town last Fri
day. \\ hile here lie called at the
Advanck office and left'the “need
fur' lor the paper to be sent to bis
Anthony W. Ilaynie of near
Dunieilb 1‘. O. was in Ceredo last
Thursday evening. He did not
forget to hand u» a dollar to renew
his subscription to the Advanck
before leaving town.
A big lino of Men’s Walk Over
and Burt and Packard shoes and
low cut shoes, just received. Alt
newest styles, $3.50, *1.00 and
*4 50 per pair.
Biiuns Siiok Co,,
24mar3w Catlettsburg, Ky.
Sheriff Sam. .1. Crum was a busi
ness visitor to our town last
Wednesday. Sam is one of the
most accommodating sheriffs Wayne
county ever hail. The only dis
paraging thing about him is hi*
W, W. Smith, editor of the
Tri-State Enterprise, wan elected
Head Adviser at the recent Head
t'amp convention of Jurisdiction
“L” Woodmen of the World, held
at Roanoke, Va. The next con
vention will he held at Parkersburg
two years hence.
A big shipment of Ladies’ Ox
fords and Strap Pumps just receiv
ed, upper stock of patent, suede,
cravenette, velvet or gun metal,
$3.00, $3 oO and $4.00.
Rkuns Shoe Co.,
24mar3w Catlettsburg, Ky.
It is stated that the work of
double tracking ^the Norfolk A;
Western is progressing very nicely.
The Portsmouth and Columbus
division is about completed, there
only remaining a few miles of the
track to he closed up. Indications
are that thirty days more time and
the tracks will be completed.
A number of Ceredo and Kenova
people attended the musical opera,
“The Mikado.” at the Huntington
theatre last Thursday evening. It
was given by home talent under the
auspices of the Huntington Choral
club and warf largely attended and
delightfully rendered. Mis* Lelia
Ronley and F. R. Peck of Kenova
assisted in the drills and chorusses.
Mrs, Minnie Thompson and baby
have returned from a rnomh’s visit
to Mrs. T.’s sister, Mrs. C. II.
Blackburn at Duluth, Minnesota.
She reports Mrs. Blackburn, who
was very ill, as much improved,
kittle Shirley Thompson, who ac
companied her mamma to Duluth,
reroained with her aunt in the north
western city.
8am. J. Wright, the. base ball
pitcher, left last Wednesday for
Wichita, Kansas, to accept a
position with the Western Leagup.
He is to receive two hundred dol
lars a month. His expenses are
paid when he is on the road,
which is the greater part of the
lime, and league ball players
ravel in Pullman coaches and
'top at the best hotels.
On Monday last Mr. and Mrs.
H. G. Wellman, of this city, left
For San Antonio, Texas, where
Mrs. Wellman goes in the hope
that the mild, equable climate of
lhat locality will restore her health.
She has been indisposed almost
!*ver since the birth of her child,
»nd for this reason makes the
change of residence. Mr. and Mrs.
Wellman’s stay in Texas is in
definite, depending on the condii
lion of Mrs. Wellman. Her many
trends here hope for her com
plete restoration. The baby was
left with Mrs. WTellman’s mother,
Mrs. Johnson, of Kcnova.—Big
Saudy New*, March 31.
“Big Offer.** Read it else
where in this paper. tf.
’Squire A G, Brown was at
- Wayue on business yesteiday.
j Judge Marcum made a business
1 trip to the county seat last Monday.
The communication from Lava
Iette cauic too late to appear in this
l*rof. Lee S. Dick of Dickson has
accepted a position as teacher in the
graded school at Wayne.
Charles D. Carver of Dickson, U.
I • D., No. 1, called last Monday
I aud had his name placed on the
Advance subscription list.
Do you want seine choice Flower
or Vegetable seeds? If so, accept
our proposition beaded ‘*Btg
Offer" elsewhere in this paper tf.
J - F. Webb has been tendered a
position with the Baldwin Detect
ive agency and will probably ac
cept .
An ice cream social will be given
at the W ashington church, Kellogg,
Saturday night, April 8, for the
benefit ot the church. All are iu
h on Sai.k •—Typewriter ribbons
and carbon paper for eato at the
Advance Stationery Store. Rib
bon* JiO cents each; carbon paper
0 sheets for 25 cents.
New Patent Leather 4 and <‘>
strap Roman Sandals for children,
just received. #1.25 to #2 00 per
Bruns Suok Co.,
2 4 mar 3 w Catlettsburg, Ky.
strongest companies at lowest rates.
See us before you renew. l\ ’J'.
McDougal, Ckkkdo, W. Va.
Deputy Circuit Clerk J. M. Kigg
visited relatives hero the first of
this week, lie h an accommodat
ing official and bis relatives and
friends in tins part of the county
are alwaysgl.il to see him.
Kev. \ . A. Nanua, who has been
assisting the pastor ol the M. K.
church in conducting a scries of
meetings, loft for other fields of
labor last Monday. The meetings
will continue all this week.
The ladies of the M. E. church
will hold an Easter market on
Saturday, April 15. Everything
good to oat will be on sale while
many fancy and useful articles will
aDo be offered to the public.
I he population of Wayne county
by magisterial districts, including
towrns, as announced by the census
bureau is as follows: Butler, 4,
U07 ; Coredo, 4,428; Grant, 2,025;
Lincoln. 4,003: Stonewall, 3,458,
and Union, 4,570.
<»et Luis paper one year, Parks’
Floral Guide three yearn and your
choice of 10 packs of either flower
or vegetable seeds, the total value
of which is *1.75, all for *1.00 —
the price of a year’s subscription to
this paper alone. tf.
In accordance with the recent act
of the legislature the state is re
quired to return to the several
counties the amounts collected as
road tax for the past two years. On
this account there is duo Wayne
county for 1900 *1004 and for 1910
*170 1, which with the amount on
hand January first from county levy
will make a total available for road
purposes of *8336.
The following named Ceredo and
Kenova people were among those
who attended the performance of
the Mikado at the Huntington
| theatre last week: .Misses Anna
Lederer, llcrmia .Marcum, May
William*, Alma Collier, Mary Cox.
Grace Adkins, Anna and Blanche
Bush, Sadie Wright, Mary Peek,
Lelia Bonley, Leah Harris, Mrs. II.
C. Duncan, Mrs. Jennie Duncan,
Mrs. J. It. (ricske and sons, Her
man and John Francis, Mrs. Belle
Bu*h, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stark,
F. ft. Peek and Mr. and Mrs. T. T.
Me Don gal.
Keep Moths Away.
To keep your winter clothing
free Iroin moths, sprinkle any of
the following freely among them
before packing away:
Moth Balls, pound, 10c1
Naptha Flakes, pound, |Oo
Gum Camphor, ounce, 5c
Wild A Boette, Florentine Drug
Store, Huntington, W. Va. Fourth
Avc. and Ninth street.
“rtiQh Pocket*" the New Town
The new council held its first
meeting last Monday evening, il.
II. Rutherford, familiarly known
as * * 11 igh Pocket*,” was unaui- j
mously elected as town sergeant.
His name was the only one before
the council for the poaitioo. The
selection will be well received by a
largo majority of the people of
town, as he made one of tbe best
officers tbe town ever had when be
filled tbe position h»fore.
Duiileith, W. Va.
The Central Graded school at Buffalo
creek closetl Friday. March 31. Prepara
tions had been mmle t»y the teachers to
give an entertainment nud quite an en
j tjrabU ifMlOOB was nt V»-1 ■
came from Oeredo, Keuova. Ports*
month and Huntington in udditiou to
tie- mm in the Immediate virility Ail
present expressed themselves as well
pleased with the exercises. Most of the
teachers ot Cen do district were glad
when the lust iniuut * passed for their
schools to close. Some are pomp to
school while others will return to their
respective homes to spend their vaca-.
tion. It has also been rumored that
several will emlnurk upon the sea of
matrimony. Another one litis stated
that she would rather keep house to
herself than teach for oue more year.
1 he epidemic oT love seems to be con
tagious as it i« spreading throughout the ,
district. If the community dot's not
liud a cure—the teachers will be scarce.
lhere was a party given Friday
inplit at Miss Kuth Ply male’s. The
following were present: Myrtle Ply
male, Rebecca Ply male, Maude Ply male,
Nellie Ply male, Krum Plymale. Wmie
1 Ivmale, Kosella Howe, May Howe.
Alice Burg, Ecila \\ dsoti, Anna Wilson.
Virginia Brvant, Armor Rowe, Mr ■
Morrow, S. S. Plymale, Kmery Plymale,
Johu Malcolm , Stanley Mnleolm . 1M
aril Malcolm, McKinley Howe, Grover
Plymale and Walter Mees.
I'll© following program was rendered
at tlif* closing of the Central Graded \
tchool Friday: 5
Opening Address, Leora Plymale.
( >ld (dory. Song by School.
An Inventory, Recitation by Curnio
The Cost of the First Drink, Tableau,
by Nellie Malcolm and Russell Ply
The Doom of King Alcohol, Tableau,
by John Malcolm, Ruth Plymale,
l’.ruest Malcolm, Lt*ora I’lymale,
Roy Fuller, Lloyd Malcolm, Russell
Plymale and Ohio;* Perdue,
rir-o-lee, Song by Primary Class
Grandma Shaw’s Visit, Dialogue, by
Cora Plymale, Leora Plvinitie, Hus
sell Plymale. Cleo Malcolm, Gar
net Miller, Mario Miller and Char
lene Hayuie. «
Fan Drill, by Leora Plymale, Violet
Plymale, Cloo Malcolm, Ruth
Ilinchman, Violet Hmchm.iti, Fflle
Perdue, Nellie Maloolm, < Ihloe Pei
due, Cora Plymale, Fstella Perdue,
Frma Plymale and Ruth Plymale.
Dolly’s Lesson , Recitation, bv Paulino
CncleEph’s 11.,turn, Colored Dialogue,
by Ruth Plymale, John Malcolm,
Roy Fuller, Leora Plymale, Ruth
Hiuchmnii andChloe Perdue.
Hank Sphinx’s Discovery, Utcitation,
by Estella Perdue.
1 ho lioop Drill, by Primary Class,
Japanese Song, Intermediate
'I lio May Cneon, Erma Plymale, Ruth
Plymale and Eeora Plymale.
1 lie 1 wo Flower (?) (iirls, Tableau, by
Ruth Ilinchman and Cleo Malcolm, <
Tlie Cinderella Play, Primary Class.
Waiting for the 2:40 Triin, Dialogue,
by Russell Plymale. Garnet Miller,
Leora Plymale, Lloyd Malcolm,
(’ora Plymale and some small
The Explosion, Tableau, by Roy Fuller
and Violet Hiuchmnii.
I ujust Suspicion, Dialogue by Ruth
Ply mule, Loom Plymale Estella
P. rdne, Nellie Malcolm, Chine Per
due, ( Ueo Malcolm and Ellin perdue.
Koclc of Ages, Tableau , by Knth Ply
nmle , Erma Plymale, Leora Ply
inale, Violet Ilinchman, Chloe Per
due, Rutli Hinchmau and Eflio
1 In' Trials of a Canvasser, Dialogue, by
Ernest Malcolm, Chloe Perdue,
Leora Plymale. Hoy Fuller, Rnssi-1)
Plymale, Violet Hinchman, Lloyd
Malcolm, Norton Plymalo, Ethel
Fuller, Dot.aid Plymalo and Ruth
Hinclnnati. * *
The Ten Virgins, Tableau, by Ruth
Plymale, Erma Plymale, Leora
Plymale, Kuth Hinchman, Violet
Hinchman, Estella Perdue, Eflie
Perdue, Chloe Perdue, Nellie Mal
colm and Cleo Malcolm.
Shall We Ever Meet Again? Closing
Wishing the Advance success I am,
Very respectfully yours,
Yonr tongue in coated.
Your breath is foul.
Headaches come and ko.
These symptoms show that yonr
stomach is the trouble. To remove the
cause is the first thiiiK, and Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will
do that. Easy to fake and most effect
ive. Sold by all dealers,
To Mr. and Mrs. Kllis Walters,
April 2, 1011, an 8 lb. daughter.
Uon’t fail to sen our lino of
Ladies' “Custom Grade” shoes and
low cut shoes at ♦•J.oo per pair.
Bru.vm Siio* Co.,
2imar.'fw Catlettsburg, Ky.
APRIL 7th and 81h, 1911
- m 1 11 — wm&mmmmm
(-ome and see my hand
some line of PATTERN
HATS, just received from
the east.
All kinds of Millinery
Goods at Right Prices.
Mrs. 1. L. WATTS
Main St., Ceredo, W. Va.
\ OttU married douplc* nn> Itivm special attention l.y tin*.
*torc- \\ e not only you the bent, most lasting furniture at
vory reasonable price*. but cur salesmen will offer *u»«e8tion«
*I,J ;l ,vioe to any who may ask for it is se, vice— young married
people usually appreciate this assistance in liirt>i»hinK their
borne. * ®
It matters not whether you buy a two, three or five room
outfit, or furnish a home throughout, or bur a single pi,•
you will get the Maine attention and the same dependable quali
ty at the prioe you extiool to pay.
Buyers tell us bur Carpet and lt»m S io Rug show ing
is unusually' large and satiafying.
Complete Home Outfitter*. Undertaker* uiul Emtialmer*.
922-924 4TH
—i II n I! n If?
The First National Bank
Of CVrcMlo, W. Vn.
I CAPITAL. FULLY PAID. - - $50,000.00
"F ■' ^ 01 uro a f»tr«ms*'r in thin community, w*» nek von
I to mveHtignt* our ("landing* Any citizen will 1>m pleaded
| A to t«»11 you about thia matituhon.
WFT will OUAH ANTEF5 you n. position If you
wrlto wa rnnl •oon. Wo runny moro ntu
r ... “t.onco supply tho ononnoun ilomnml
f>»r our armlimlcH, An noon an wo K*’t tho requlrud
number or ntudonts Hun oner will bo withdrawn Bo
wrttoatonco torpurUuului M. ' 00
MTtni.ieiiw) ihim TiOTTIHVir^T^in. KV.
Allan Portland Cement, Pig'll Marion Lime. Gypsum Wall Plnat
t»*r, Hydrated Lime, Red < Vdar Shingles, Lath. Tar Paper, Robber
and Parnid Roofing, Roof Paint, Cbimuev Itrick, Fire Prick,
Fire Clay, Flue Tile, Hewer Pipe, Glass, Nails, Partied Wire, Hay,
ricd, Floor, Meal, Potatoes, Grass Heeda, Fertilizers and Coal.
Operating Wharf and River and Rail Transfer. Rates and
rimo I able* furnished for Cincinnati and Pittsburg Packets.
Correspondence solicited. Band for Price LUt.
The lhirher Sanatorium and Hospital, (
1012-1014 Virginia Street, (
For Medical and Surgical Cases. I
Llegant Rooms in Fire-Proof Building.
HUGH G. NICHOLSON, M. I)., Proprietor. |
Tlmt It Wit that old drabdromi dy<*d or»*r
to anoh a rich brown, black or Mae?
Yon can K«*t nddml wont oat of yoar
dr* w* by having them cleaned or dy*>4
nt Tbanm'n, and they nr** ♦•<ju.il t<* a new
gown. Dnliratfl »ilk waint* rrtnita will
no cleaned ordyod in (ttnami.n tlmt will
tnrjiriw yon whoityou hring t Inin to aa.
Till >1A ii 4 0..
fll-i Ith Ave. , Klor< nfioo Hnlldinir
$;;>.ooo.oo i
O. W. Gunnbll, Pre§.
Charmc* Rumrll, V. Pro*.
Krnrnt Mkkk, Ctobier.
Char. Ruamkll
A. Mima
Ernbat Msbk
John Rumkll
G. W. Gunnbi.l
We ture In * position to look af
ter Wayne county wtoom
with core and dispatch.
Yon Are Invited to Open An Acconnt in Person or by M ]i

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