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[lean Newspaper that circulation la the Big an4 Twelve Pole Valley*, excellent advertising medi* Errry Wednesday. or suBkiiption. , one year, - - $1.00 One copy, six months, - .50 One copy, three months, - .30 Job. printing of all kinds neatly and promptly executed on rea sonable terms. Notice to Subscribers. Oar subscriber* will please bear la mind the ruling of the Postmaster Gen eral that if they become in arrears more than twelve months we will be required -o pay postage at the rate of one cent for wrery four ounces, making one cent post age on each paper sent you. If we are compelled to pay this postage w* expect to charge It to the subscriber; therefore, see tbat you do uot become Id arrears. LOOK AT THE DATS AFTER YOUR NAME ON YOUR PAPER. Wayne Courts. - ’ T«ai.fCirt«U Coart: »*coad Meads? Is Febraar?, May, August sad No-ember. Teraia of Coanty Coart: First Moaday In Jaa aary, April and Jaly, aad Third Moaday ia No vimbar. Mm I STEBW^svsesfVt jsrvi. I V oltuleelj. I c*°u‘>‘vT^or.,,nLr^;^r.k. I ■ which on*, wtfl gar. Bow to art « pwtwf, I ■ patent law and Kc ▼aloaM. tnlnrmall»a. ■ ID. SWIFT & GO.I 1 PATENT LAWY*nat l^)3 Sevttth St., Wasklngtsa, D. C.D r BACK (C*»rn«hu im t>r W.«. U.) C.Sit at a table of 13 persona on Friday the 13th of the month. C.Let a black cat cross your path. C.Break a mirror. C.Walk under a ladder. C.AM bad luck won’t touch your business if you advertise in this paper. C,Trade ads. know no super stition. CH vou have goods to sell, let the ad. do it. lOlBTrtgkt. IK*1 hr Vf N U.» TIE SIDE TUI SITES SOS SIS . UDIET FAMOUS SINCE 1881 BRUNRE R €1 ’ S 1RONTON, OHIO. CLOTHING, HATS, FURNISHINGS KENOVA TRANSFER CO. KENOVA, WEST VIRGINIA. J HlPXZIl''Ti r _ , WHOLESALE DEALER8 IN — Atlas Portland Cement, Big B Marion Lime, Gypsum Wall Plast * ter» Hydrated Lime, Red Cedar Shingles, Lath. Tar Pap -r, Rubber and Paroid Roofing, Roof Paint, Chimney Brick, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Flue Tile, Sewer Pipe, Glass, Nails, Barbed Wire, Hay, Feed, Floor, Meal, Potatoes, Grass Seeds, Fertilizers and Coal. "" LOW PRICES AND QUICK DELIVERIES - Operating Wharf- and River and Rail Transfer. Rates and , Time Tables furnished for Cincinnati and Pittsburg Packets. Correspondence solicited. Bend for Price List. I K fi - I ! ^ Om B i ^ 1 i H ! NOTICE! Save the Price of a New Suit by having / your Old One Cleaned or Dyed. ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS. Thuma Cleaning and Dye Works, Phone 315 - 824 4th Ave. HUNTINGTON, W. VA. 3 ft 12 ?! i ^ V ! > I« a w N* ft WRIGHT BROS. CO. \ Everything to Eat and J j Wear. ) J Large Stock of Furniture $ j[ and Hardware. } ;| Prices Always Reasonable j Ceredo, West Virginia. DENY SEIF From “Our Mrs under lie." By the Late Clay Trumbull //l^ U-T man would come after I mt'* 8®ld Jesus, "let hlcu deny himself, and take up bis cross, and follow me. Jesus makes tlie duty of denying self an essential requisite of Christian dlsclpleshlp. A man cannot be a follower of Jesus un less he denies himself, or, as the Greek term indicates, denies himself utterly. The requirement is not the denial of anything, either little or much,-to self, but the utter denial or salf—a too oft en unrecognised difference. As the term stands In the Greek, the injunction of our Lord to his ev ery disciple, to "deny himself.” In cludes the Idea of turning one's self from one's self, of rejecting eelf as the desire of self. It suggests the thought of two centers—solf and Christ the one to be denied and the other to be accepted, as an object of attraction and devoteduuss. Its use *n original seems to say: “If you vould turn toward me, you must turn away from yourself. If you would ac cept me as the chief object of desire, you must renounce yourself as such an object. If you would henceforward live in my service, you inuBt at onco cease to live for your own pleasure and interest.'' Real Meaning of the Summon*. It does not directly eujoin thu sup pression of self, or the overcoming or self, or the constant battling with self; but it calls to the turning away from self, the ceasing to live for self, the practical Ignoring or forgettiug of self as a center of interest and as an object of desire. Self denial is self ignoring In hearty self-surrender. In every instance in which our Ix>rd ftpoiLP of taking up the cross, or of bearing th£ cross ns a test of disc.iplo ahip, he used the term in the sense of voluntary life-surrender. The disciple of Christ must put his life at the dls j posal of Christ; he must do us Christ would have him do, rather than as he might personally prefer to do. He must live and move and be as one whose life Is no longer ut his own dis I»osal This must be his new thought with each new day, and it must con trol his every act and word and pur pose Not the suffering that might ac company crucifixion, but the surrender of life even to crucifixion for Christ's sake, was signified and symbolized in bearing the cross, as I»rd enjoined. Just hero is whore the convention al meaning of the term "cross-bear ing ’ differs so widely from Its bibli cal meaning, A "cross” is no longer understood to be a stake, a gibbet, or s gallows; but it includes anything that crosses, or thwarts, or vexeB, or tries us, in our daily life path; hence the bearing of a cross is now (mistak enly i supposed to be the bearing qr e nduring of trluls and sufferings, petty or great, for Christ's sake. Only Real Crosses. There is no such thing as "little crosses” in one s daily life course, al though one often hears such things ' spoken of. If a cross is a cross at all it is big enough to hang on. to die on. If it is not large enough for that, it is not a cross in the Hlble sense. I It ir. true that cross-bearing, as a | synonym of voluntary life-surrender. Includes whatever of suffering, or trial eniuring. or of personal privation, I may come t< one as a disciple of the lx>rd Jesus Christ; hut it Ir not true that the essential thing In cross-bear- i ing is suffering, or trial-enduring, or personal privation, for Christ's sake. Cross-bearing is the signifying of one's readiness to live or to die In Christ's j service, with or without suffering —as 1 the duly « f the hour may require — I Sunday School Times. — Bearing the Marks. "I . . . the marks of the IajM | Jesus f»al. f*: 17. The exact marks of Paul will not. j b“ likely to be Inflicted on ub Fetters stortings, the lash, and the like will probably not be branded on our bodies. . . , We may have to learn to bear the marks of Christ Ir. circumstances j of ease and pence and prosperity Then what are the marks of Christ | when the vessel Is sailing over calm I and sunlit sens? These- That 1 ob- | vlously belong to him, never afraid to j eonfess his name in joy or pain, in j ease or woe. ir. want or abundance: that I commit my life without reservn- I tlon tc his authority— willing to walk on the sunny height, or "through the valley of the shadow of death;" to keep life or to risk It at his bidding he Is my king and lord, and 1 am at his disposal; I will mareh with him ' In triumph into the city, or watch with | him In the Agony of flethsemane us i he shall direct; that I will hold on to ; the way of his commandments In sim plicity and unworldllness of Ilfs, through "evil report and good report," and will cheerfully bear witness tr him.—Rev. Charles Mrown. Be Kind. Have you ever noticed how much of Christ's life was spent in merely do Ing kind things? lie spent a great proportion of his time simply In mak Ing people happy. In doing "good turns” to people There Is onlv one thing greater than happiness In the world, and that Is holiness; and it ta not In our keeping; but what Clod has put In <jur power is the happiness of those about us, and that is largely to be uecured by our being kind to them —Henry r<-mmmond, D. D r Malice drinks ono-h**! of Ita own poison—Seneca. j j l Patience that? Patrice—A Patience—A Patrice—Yea; abort pants? Wizard of Finance. "Would you stick to your if he stole a million dollars?" "If be succeeded In keeping No matter what happens, the bus- I Penders a man wears are never en- | tirely free from responsibilities. I Wer n fn cook m •lr; but I «m -Who »r. OvMcoOo. IkwOk «M rrnw *»« Immfdleu NM haw Mihn Oroj-'a ♦t Powder* for CMMmo Thqr otoonoa . otomach. act oo tk* Oiw awA aw reran • ended for ronapt ‘ |nt remedy for I ) ear* At atl _ ______ kddrru. A R Olmotod. bo MR K Improved tmc. The Wife—DoaX ree think mar rlase has Improved The Huebaod an Idiot when I [Stops Coughs^O^^^^^B |h#f this pa[H-r desiring ■ thing ad\ertised in ita cortH.. I insist upon having what^H-. | refusing all substitutes Invalid Men and WomeiP I wiU ghre you FREE a sample of Dr. Phnrfs Fimasaft Pellets that have brought health and happiness to thousands—shir a brail ~aa —y rhmnrr itisnessmiusstsil LXiring many years of practice I have used numer ous combinations of curative medicines for liver ills. I have kept a record of the result in case after case, so that my staff of physicians and surgeons, at the Invalids* Hotel, fkittki, N. Y., are able to diagnose and treat cases at a distance with uniform good results. Bat for the pwiaiart relief of blood disorder* and im purities, I can rrm—md my ^Golden Medical Discovery" a blood medicine wit boat alcohol or other injurious ingredients. ft. V. FIERCE, M.D., Buffalo, N. Y. k Nature’s Way Is The Best i ■ Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has the endorsement of many thousands that it has cured them of indigestion, dys pepsia and weak stomach, attended by sour risings, heartburn, foul breath, coated tongue, poor appetite, gnawing feeling in stomach, biliousness and kindred derangements of the stomach, liver and bowels. s "in coughs and hoarseness caused by bronchial, throat and lung affections, except consumption, the 'Golden Medical Dis covery’ is a most efficient remedy, espec ially in those obstinate, hang-on-coughs caused by irritation and congestion of the bronchial mucous membranes. The 'Dis covery* is not so good for acute coughs arising from sudden colds, nor must it be mprtfcctl to core consumption in its ad wuod stages—no medicine will do that— hrt tor all the obstinate, chronic coughs, which, if neglected, or fcatlly fe^tfed, lead •P to consumption, it is the medicine Chat can be taken.” Mi In tablet or Uqnld form by all ' prtndpal deafen tat medicines, or •and fifty one-cant stamps lor trial package of tablets. Tb Bad tmt more about the above mentioned Hl. mm and all about the body In health and disease, ptStCMaon Benae Medical Adviser — ths Pso fto SrBwsftmsster In Medicine—revised and up-to to»s Bask of 1,00* pages. Cloth-bound, sent post pOd oa receipt of 31 cants in one-cent stamps to PVMt af wrapping and mailing only. Address: Dt Pierce’S Invalids’ Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. --- ~w*~ - ----— PUTTING HIM WISE. “Do you mind if I kiss your hand?'* “Not in the least, but you ought to know that isn't the proper place. That's where you put the ring." False Alams. “They say that Wombat ia a gen ius." “Nothing to that story. It's a canard. 1 loaned him a dollar once and he paid me back all right enough." Importont to Mother* Examine carefully every bottle of CA8TOKIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that It Dears tho Signature of _ In Use For Over 30*Years. Children Cry for Fletcher’s Castoria Words of the Aviator. “So yjm took a flyer in tho stock market?” “Yea," answered the regretful-look* ing man, “and hit an air pocket.” Mr*. Winslow's Soothing Hyrnp for Children terming, noftf-ti* tlir gurriH, rrdtirr* luflamtnn* • Ion. allay Spain,cure* wind collr.tte a bottle Mv Kven Job's wlfn ne\or asked him i to remove fhe tacks from the parlor carpet. 1*1 iciou* brown cake* made from Mr* \n*- | tin's Ilag Pancake Flour. All grocers. Adv. 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I Resinol Ointment Mi Knmhtmt Homo heal skin humor*, sorts, bad*, hums, scalds, cold ••ores, chafing* and piles. Prescribed by physician* Nr poor IT years. Alldrnpptot* sali ReeiaolBoap (2Sc)and Resinol Otntn—i(Kk and 91). For sample of each wrRete ftapt. 16 K, Resinol Chemlcai Oik »s<f. YOUR LIVER REGULXTE9 YOUR SYSTEM REGULXTE YOUR LIVES WITH GRANULATED CYC LIDS R W N. U„ CINCINNATI, NO. A-1S13. CANADA’S' OFFERING TO THE SETTLER THE AMERICAN RUSH TO WESTERN CANADA IS INCREASING Fro* llomoatoNd* In the Daw Dlxlrleta of Manitoba, Hnakatrha wnn and Albona lh«n> am IbouiaixU uf Krw Hnmcatrada Inn. which to t h*> run making entry In S yearn limn will bo worth from IXi to pVb per • era. Thoaa land* aro wall adapted to uralu • ■“"'"I i»ui* raising. riiem-mt raii it at taik.itikr In many roans thw railways In Canada hare been built In «d ranrw of settlement. and lu o short time llmrn will not bo o settler « ho need ha muro than tenor twelre ml Ins from a lino of railway. 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