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. The Ceredo Advance.
Ibnlaisdat the post-office at Ceredo, W. V a. aa wcood class matter. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2. 1911. Phone No. 861. (I louts 2 short rinif*; 4VPatroun of this paper will piesut seed \ to thlaoffice notice* of tbelrf rlend* vUltlr k h 're or elsewhere.— Ed.] LOCAL N I0WS. Bhunb Shoe*Co. (Catlettaburg) for bargaiua. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wright ami children visited Cincinnati Sunday. Mrs. Felix Flanery is taking treatment in a hospital at Ironion, Ohio. Constable Strother Mays of Ken ova was a Ceredo visitor last Satur day evening. Mrs. \V. D. Harris of Neal Sta tion was a Ceredo visitor ou Tues day of last week. J. S. Huff of near Shoals called one day last week ami renewed his subscription to the Advance. 8ummer shoea, oxfords aud slippers, at big cut prices at Bruns Shoe Co., Catlettsburg. Misses Blanche and Emma Ham mock have returned from a pleas ant visit with relatives at Wheeling. Cut Prices ou all Mieses’ and Children's slippers at Bruns Shoe Co. 17julj3w. Miss Grace Adkins, who has been visiting at Hluetield and Koanoke for some lime, returned home last week. Wra. M. Stewart, the dairyman, called last Saturday and had his name placed on our subscription list. Dr. Sturgill left Monday evening accompanied by bis brother-in-law —Mr. Strother -for a visit to Ml. Sterling, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Whaley of Pt. Pleasant have been the guests of relatives in this community for the past few days. Word reached here a day or so ago that Mrs. I). G. Fry (daughter of Oliver liatten) was dangerously ill at her home at Maben, thi state. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Welch and Mrs. T. J. Williams of Indian apolis, Ind., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, who live near town. Ladies’ Kid Oxfords and Patent Leather Pumps at 9S cents per pair. Bruns Shoe Co., 17july3iV Catlettsburg, Ky. James Thompson left last week for Minnesota where he has accept ed a position in a powder mill. Fred Hunter accompanied him to Cincinnati. I was cured of diarrhoea by one dose of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,” writes M. E. Geb hardt, Oriole, Pa, There is nothing better. Sold by all dealers. Noah Maynard of Cbattaroy has rented the new two-story dwell ing on East Fourth street belong ing to 1'. T. McDougal and wil! move here this week, lie comes highly recommended as a good citizen. Nearly every child in the city ih nursing a sore toe or carrying a bandage of some kind as a result of too much hilarious vacation. Par ents are again longing for school days. Wm. Shanon of Hickson was in town last Saturday eft route to Kentucky to vi-it his daughter. W bile in Cercdo Mr. Shannon paid this office a dollar call, lie has f»een a patron of the Advance for about a quarter of a century. Rev. John L. Hoyt of Hunting ton filled the pulpit at the ( credo Congregational church last Sunday evening and delivered an excellent sermon, Mrs. T. II. Winters sang a solo before the sermon began which was very impressive and well rendered. We learn that H. H- Rutherford, on account of the work interfering with his store duties, will resign the office of town sergeant at the regular meeting of council next Monday evening and that J. F. Webb will again become the officer in-chief of the town. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith erf Morgantown; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith of Portsmouth, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Smith of Kcnova, were guests of Mayor E. H. Smith and family last Sunday. It was in reality a re-union of the Smith fam ily, as the mother of the boys was also present. An order was entered by the county conrt of Cabell connty last week, directing County Attorney Jean F. Smith to institnle suit against ex-Sheriff Warren S. Spen cer and bis bondsmen for tl3,-j 564 69, the amount the court claims Mr. Spencer is in arrears with the county. M rs. Morgan Wslkpr was shop* | ping in Catlettsburg last Friday afternoon. Men’s “Walk-Over” 2 eyelet Pumps in Patent and Gun Metal, stamped *4 00, go now at 12.05. Brins Phoi Co.. 17july3w. Catlettsburg, Ky. Ball plating on some of the streets is getting to be a nuisance and there is a movement on foot to prohibit the dangerous pastime. The lads have an unquestionable i right to indulge in the national! game, but in doing so. they should recognize the rights of pedestrians and not play on the streets. ftrtis Found Guiltu ot Manslaughter. The jury of Cabell county before whom was tried the case of Elbert Artis, accused of murdering Mrs. Elizabeth Hall last August, brought in a verdict .Monday finding the ac cused guilty of manslaughter. The penalty for manslaughter is from five to seventeen years in the peni tentiary. Accused of Stealing E. E. Chamberlain of Clinton, Me., boldly accuses Bucklen s Arnica Salve of stealing—the sting from burns or scalds—the pain from sores of a>l kinds —the distress from boils or piles. “It robs cuts, corns, bruises, sprains and injuries of their terror," he says ; “as a healing remedy its equal does not exist." Only 25c at the Bloss Drug Store, Cere do, and R. Williams', Keuova. We have just received informa tion that the Herrick Seed Com pany ot Rochester, N. Y., want a lady or gentleman representa tive in this section to sell all kinds of Roses, Shrubs, ’ Trees and Seeds. Thej* inform us that without previous experience it is possible to make good wages every week. Any one out of em* ploymeut write them for terms and enclose this notice. HjuueSw Brighten Your Old hat. Make your old straw hat last till the end of the season by using ll e Florentine Hat Bleach—10 cents a package which includes a small tooth brush tree to clean with. It will brighten the hat and make it lock new. Anybody can do it nv just a little rubbing. Made by Wild ct Bottle, Druggists, Floren tine Drug Store, Huntington, W. V a. * — ■ -—♦ — Teachers* Institute. Wayne County Teachers’ insii lute will be held at Ceredo, begin ning on Monday, Aug. 21, and will continue in session for five days No excuses will he granted ex cept as provided by law. All the members of the various boards are requested to attend on Friday which has been set apart by State Supt. Shawkey as School Officers’ and Citizens’ Day. A general in vitation is extended to those inter ested in the cause of education to! visit at any of the seasions. Espe cially will we expect the citizens of Ceredo and Kenova to pay us a vis it. O. J. Hike, Co. Supt. Attack Like Tigers. In fighting to keep the blood pure the white corpuscles attack disease germs like tigers. But often gerins multiply so fast the little fighters are overcome Then see pimples, boils, eczema, salt rheum and sores multiply and strength and appetite fail This condition de mands Electric Bitters to regulate stom ach, liver, and kidneys und to expel poi sons from the blood. ‘They are the best blood purifier," writes C. T. Bud ahri, of Tracy, Cal., "I ever found." They make rich, red blood, strong nerves and build up your health. Try them. 50c at the Bloss Drug Htore , Ce redo, and R. Ney Williams', Kenova. CEREDO CHURCHES. _ 31. E. Church. K. FRANfESCO CON NOLI.Y, PASTOR. PREACH I NO SERVICES. 1 Sunday in each month at 11a. rn. 2 “ “ “8:00 p.m. 3 “ “ " 11 a. m. 4 “ “ “ 8:00 p. m? I Sunday School, 10:00 a. rn. Ladies’ Aid society, Monday evening. Pray er meeting, Wednesday 7:30. Choir rehearsal, Thursday evening 7:30. Class meeting, every Sunday alter nating with preaching services. Stewards’ and leaders’ meeting, 1st Monday evening in each month at 8 :00. Pa pi 1st Church. B. fl. AKERS, PASTOR. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. on the second and fourth Sun days in each month. Sunday school at 9:30 a m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening at 7:30 p. m. ■— ■ ■■ Mr. W. S. Ounsalns, a farmer living near Fleming, Pa., says he has used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for fourteen years, and that he has found it to be an excellent remedy and takes pleasure in recommending it. For sale by all dealers. I KENOVANEWS Everything Fared Down So That Those Who Run May Read. Charles Cook was a recent busi ness visiter at Catletts burg. Mi«s Tokie Hensley was a visitor at Huntington last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. IX Willis wore recent visitors at Huntington. Miss Anna Stewart has returned from a visit with relatives at Crum. Mrs. C. F. Mercer called on friends at Catlett•‘burg Monday. Mrs Kverelt Brown was shop ping in Calleltsburg last Friday. Mrs. Henry Stark visited rela tives at Ceredo Friday afternoon. Miss Irene Thomson spent a few days last week with friends at Hunt ington. Mrs. W. P. Harris and children visited relatives at Wayne last week. (-». B. Jackson of Wayne trans acted business in our city last Fri« day. Mrs. II. F. MoKeand called on friends at Ashland one day last week. llerschel Shaver transacted busi ness at the Gate City one tiay last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Montague of Catlettsburg were visiting here last Monday. Mrs. Jas. Mitchell of Catletts hurg was here Monday visiting friends. Mrs. John Ingram called on friends at Huntington the first of the week. Mrs. C. Darr of Portsmouth was the guest of Kenova friends one day last week. Dr. and Mrs. J. 1. Miller spent Friday evening with relatives at Huntington. Mrs. Je«se Wright of Ceredo was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Sam Crum, last week. Mrs. Scott Winters and litt'e daughter spent a few days this week with friends at Catlettsburg. The social given by the ladies of the Baptist church last week was largely attended and well patroniz ed. The First National hank is mov ing inlo its new home, one of the most handsome structures in the tri-state region. Mrs. Adkins, the aged mother of Mrs. William Galloway, fell last Saturday night during the excite, mont incident to the planing mill fire and broke her right wrist, dis located her left wrist, cut a gash over the eves and received other severe injuries. A few of the musically inclined voung gentlemen met at the city hall Tuesday evening for the pur pose of organizing a brass hand. As the gathering was not so large as was expected, the meeting was adjourned until next Tuesday. Those who have signified their in tention of joining the organization should he present at the next meet ing. Others of musical ambition are also invited to attend. Jossr Lambert and Son, the Pine street merchants, have been giving to their customers one of the most beautiful and useful advertising novelties seen in this section. It is a beautifully decorated dinner plate on which is printed a calendar for each month of the year 1912. On the back i« embossed the name Jes se Lambert ds Son. City Marshal G. A. Porter, al ways of a pleasant and joviahledis position, is more so of late. In fact he was seen trying to do a fancy jig Wednesday by our reporter, and would occasionally aing a stanza of “Waltz me around again, Willie.” Knowing that Mr. Porter i* atie lotaler, the writer was not Sherlock Holmes enough to fathom the mys tery of all this happiness, so he made a beeline to Mayor Lambert When informed of the actions of his marshal, Mayor Lambert said: “Pshaw! Ord’s all right; he is just extraordinarily happy because on Tuesday, July 25, 1911, Mrs. Por ter presented him with a twelve pound daughter.” And thus the mystery is explained. July 2ft. Kkportf.r. FOR SALK. Desirable Residence Prop erty in Kenovu. Lot 37^x150 on which is a good two-story frame dwelling contain ing eight rooms, situate on Pine street, between 10th and 111 ti streets, Kenova, W. Va Gas for Hie an 1 light all through house; water in kitchen; good cellar, cis tern, barn and wash house. This is really desirable property and the price is reasonable. For particu lars call on T. T. McDougal, Ccre dn, W. Va. WAYNE LETTER All the Doings at the Conn ty-Seat Written In Terse Form. J .W. Ketchum and family have returned front Lincoln county, where they attended the funeral of Mr. Ketchum's only brother. Mrs. N. W. Curry of Huntington wap visiting relatives and friends at Ibis place the first of the week. G. f>. Ward of Herbert was in towu on Tuesday last. S. F. flatten was a business cal ler at the county seat on Tuesday. Ottus Jackson, who has accepted a position as traveling salesman for A Inzer Burchett e dr Co. of Hunt* ington, was with home folk last week. A. J. lVrry, manager of the ka*t 1-ynn Coal Co., was in town Friday. Ollie and Henry Hensley of Co redo, who have been visiting rela tives at this place for the past week, returned home Friday. Quite a serious accident happened at the home of John \Y right on Monday last, by his six year old son being severely burned while playing with some matches. Mr. and Mrs Elba Adkins of Ceredo visited home folk at this place on Saturday and Sunday last. C lyde I’lymale cot a try-out last w’eek, preparatory to becoming a salesman for the Range Stove peo pie, who are working this vicinity at the pieaeul time. Geo. Rigg and wife of Ceredo were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M Rigg the first ol the week. The three Sunday schools at this place united in a picnic on Friday last w hich proved to be a brilliant success. The members of the schools gathered on the grounds about 10 o’clock and began prepar ing the tables for lunch which was served about 12 o’clock. After din ner an address was given by Col. J. R. Miller of Eustioe, Fla., ufter which the various amusements fol lowed, and the day was concluded by a ball game composed of players Irom the three schools. Johnson Hensley of Ceredo was a business caller at this place on Thursday and Friday. Rev. Bales, representing the American Baptist Publication so ciety, gave h very able address at the Baptist church on Fri lay even ing, on the subject of bow we got the Bible. Quite a good sized crowd went out to hear him. Quite a number of people from Wayne attended the Sunday school convention held at Twelve Pole Y'alley church, just above Coleman station, on Wednesday and Thurs. day last. July 24. O. G. Oscar Newman of Lavalette, who is well known here where he lias many relatives and ffiends, has res ceutly accepted a position with the United Fuel Has company and is at work taking up leases on a large amount of territory throughout Wayne county. Mr. Newman is a scion, one of the most prominent families m Wayne county and is widely known throughout every district. Be cause of his wide acquaintanceship his services will be decidedly val uable to the company with which he is identified.— 11 uuiington ileiatd Oispatoh, July 2d. Take One Pill, then— Take It Easy. Take What Pill? Why, a Dr. Miles* Anti-Pain Pill, of course. Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheu matism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, l/ocomotor Ataxia, Hackache, Stomachache, Period ical Pains of women, and for pain in any part of the body. “I have used Dr. Miles’ medicines for over 12 years and find them excellent. I keep Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pain Pills in the house all the lime and would not think of taking a journey without them, no matter how short a distance I am going. I cannot praise them enough.” Miss I.ou M. Churchill. 63 High St, Penacook, N. H. At all druggists. 29 doses 25c. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind. Remedies are Needed ^*rVw* perfect, which we are not, medicine* would not often be needed. But aince our syatems have be come weakened, impaired and broken down through indiscretions which have gone on from the early ages, through countless generations, remedies art needed to -15. . *ure *“ correcting our inherited and otherwise acquired weaknesses. fo reach the seat of stomach ITk 5T* con*c*iucnt digestive troubles, there is nothing »o good as Dr. Bierce’, ('.olden Medical Discov f-T/ * «■*«•"• compound, extracted from native medic Weak Stomach «T T yc“” with <rc*e satiafaction to all uaera. For l(.,r,h, r1l.hi m' ""'.""!,"1,' ■•.•'~Coo.pl.int, I'.in in the Stomach .Iter ratio*, Sl^i«m™u ,h.™Di±'±"? °‘ t:hro"“ Di"rh~ •“■ «•«' IntcMinli -- 1 co cry ** * time-proven and moat efficient remedy. r*“^5i3V£cr°?/,“<s bowaia^,eSuaa*r eoatm/11#'**"11-1* rf*u,Mle *nd invigorate stomach, Uver and DOweta. au<ar-coated, tmy granules. easy to take aa candy. The First National Bank Of Ceroilo, \V. V«. CAPITAL. FULLY PAID. - - $50,000.00 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS. - $15,000.00 IF YOU are a stranger in this community, we ask vou to investigate our standing. Any citizen will be pleased to tell you about this institution. .**% INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. PELPHREY & WILLIAMS; French Dry Cleaning , and Pressing. i Suits Pressed, 50c. Suits Cleaned and Pressed, $1.25 Cadies* Work a Specialty. £ LAMBERT’S CORNER, KENOVA, W. VA. 2 Thu Queen of America ami lha National Union of Pittsburg, Pa., arc first-class lire insurance corona* nies. 1 hey pay losses caused by lighting, whether tire ensues or not. T. T. McDougal is agent for these companies. tf. -——— Call us up, when you have an item ol news, desire job printing or want an ad. placed in thin paper. Our ’phonu number is 8<>i. FOR SALE Kcitovn Lots. Throe of the most desirable buildintr lots in Konov'i—dtunte on the north side of Walnut, between I’wollth and Thirteenth HtreotH, For terms inquire of T. T. Me* Unocal, Ceredo, Va. Fire Insurance. Lines from $100 to $50,000 placed with only the Best Companies. T. T. MclIOVOAL, CEREDO, W. VA. KENTUCKY NATIONAL BANK OATLETTSBUKO. -fCB^lSJTTTCICir. CAPITAL —— _ $75,000.00 OFFICERS! • Q. W. Gunnell, Pres. Charles Roirrll, V. Pres. Er.nebt Meek, Cashier. mm ■DIRECTORS: Chas, Russell A. Mima Ernest Meek John Rubpell O. W. Gunnell We are in a po«itlon to look af ter Wayne county customers with care and dispatch. Yon Are Ir*T*»®d to Open An Acconnt in Person or by Mli