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yhe Ceredo Advance.
taxed at the post-office at Ceredo, W. Va aa aecoodclaaa matter. EPKEFDAY, MARCH 19. 1913. Plione No. 33 4V i'alrous ot this papei will please need to thla office notice.ot their f rtend. ▼ialtlng here or elsewhere.— K.d.1 LOCAL >L\V8. Next Sunday will be hauler. Tbe robin red-breast is here. ( all on T. T. McDougal for fire insurance. Look at tbe date after your name on ibis paper. Attorney Fisher Staggs was here from Wayne Sunday. Squire J. II. Lambert was up , - from Kenova Monday. C. V. Dodge of Kenova was in our town on business Monday. W. H. llausher of Huotington was :d our town last Saturday. Jama* McCallister of Iverson was the guest of relatives here last week. W. F. Hoback ol Sweet Run, made this office a brief call Mon day. A little aon of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Lewis has been quite ill with fever. W. A. Gordon has purchased the Hippie property on East Third •treet. Dr. J. I. Miller of Kenoya was in Ceredo last Monday in his new automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gieske of Huntington were Ceredo visitors last Sunday. R. F. Plymale of Docks creek made this r flhee a dollar call Mon day afternoon. There has been quite a good deal of sickness in Ibis community for the past few days. Mrs. Jay Bowe of West Hunt ingtou visited relatives in our town last Wednesday. « Wade H. Brown has accepted a position as engineer at the McCoach ice plaui at Huntington. Mrs. Will Cowie and Mrs. W. A. Ramsdell were guest* of friends in Ashland, Ky./laal Friday. ^ Allan Wright, assistant post Easier, who has been seriously ill for several days, is improvirg. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Turner of Paintsyille, Ky., were guests ol Architect aud Mrs. J. R. Gieske last Sunday. Henry Mays of Kenoya attended a meeting of the Modern Woodmen of America at this place last Wed nesday evening. Easter services will be held at the Christian church at Westmoreland next Sunday evening at 7:30 o’clock. All are invited. Have numerous orders booked for later ou, but let us g*t busy now—at ouce. C. V. Dodge, PaiDting aud Decoratiug, Adv. 19rrar4w. Keoova. Easter services will be held at the Cong’l church next Sunday night. Rev. -J. L. Hoyt of Hunt inglon will probably conduct the services. Appropriate music will be rendered during the evening. We think Spring is here for keeps this time. Let me help you clean bouse. 19mar4w. C. V. Dodge, Painting and Decorating, Adv. I Kenova. Ed. Wright teturned from Hoi Springs, Aik., last Sunday, where he spent some time in taking the hath* for rheumatism. He says be is greatly improved. Fred Bath will remain for a week or more at the springs. J. F. Stafford injured himself by - lifting and consequently has been unable to perform his duties as mail carrier for several days. Koy Wright hss been carrying the mail from the postottice to the railroad stations. Sunrise prayer meeting will he held at the Cong’l church next Snn davat6:30. James Wright. Sr., will conduct the meeting. Every body is cordially invited to attend, especially the various Sunday Schools. The revival at the Kenova city hall, conducted by Revs. Roscoe Murray and B. S. Akers, continues with unabated interest. Large crowds are in attendance nightly. Up to Sunday night there had been 35 conversions and 20 additions to the church. The meetings will continue throughout the week. Dr. R. V. Shirley felurned the first of last week from a five veekt* visit to bis old home in the eastern part of this state. He w*s snm moned there by '.be serio'/s i 11n« ss of his lather and I " « reached his venerable' par edside thej ► i 1 --1 sufferer had passed to the Great/ Beyoud. 7 Read the card ot L>r. J. Q. Sobuiz in this paper. Mr. and Mrs. J.ihn Hannah and Mrs. \\ m. Anderson visited rela tives m Ironton, Ohio, last week. Wiley Irons had two finger* mashed off last Monday while work ing for the N »fc W. at Kenova. Kobt. Nixon ef Huntington, Route No. 3, called last Saturday aud renewed his subscription to the Advance, W. Williams left yesterday for \ embank, Ohio, to resume his work as engineer on a government boat. G. L. Wilson returned last r nday from Washington, D. C, where she attended the inaugura* lion of President Wilson. Time freight No. 93, on the N. dc W., was wrecked last Saturday a short distance west of Genova. 1 hree oars were derailed, but uo one was hurt. All the latest creations in Fine W all Papers. Cretonnes to match all hue cut borders. Drop me a posta! to Kenova and I shall be pleased to call and show samples. C. V. Dodge, Kenova. 19mar4w. Adv. The one-story building which stood opposite the Bloss Drug store tia* been moved to the lot between the Odd Fellow building and the P. O. and Masonic buildirg. E. A. Stock had charge of moving the structure. For Salk—Barred Rock Eggs, fifteen for $1.25. One huudred $i.00. Satisfaction guaranteed. Best of retrence given on request. Kmma Hargitt, Say brook, III,, Koute 1. Adv. 19mar4w. Miss Muriel Burks returned from Richmond, V'a., last week, where she accompanied her mother, who is being treated for a cancer at a Richmond hospital. Mrs. B. was getting along nicely when Miss Muriel left her. Are you a year behind? We want you to continue to be a sub scriber to this paper, but the Post office Department says we must dis continue sending the paper to you if you are more than one year in arrears—or put a one cent stamp on each paper sent you. This would make the paper cost you $1.52 a year. tf. A wise housekeeper begins houeeoleaning early aud avoids hurry and worry. Allow mo to aseist you. C. V. Dodge, Paiuting and Paperbaogmg, Adv. 19mar4w. Kenova. The following named persons acted as officers ol the election here last Saturday ; First Ward—com missioners, James Wright, Sr , C. R. bum and I1, C. Williams} clerks, Chas. Spurlock and James Rigg. Second Ward—commissioners, John Ferguson, A. G. Brown and M. D. ( opley ; cb-rks, T. H. Winters and E. H. Smith. For Sale. I have one mare in foal, one mare four year old and one horse colt one year old. See me. Adv.-tf. John Smith. Mr. Minter Undergoeg Op eration. W. E. Minter, one of Kenova’s most prominent business men and a member of the board of education of this Independent School district, underwent an operation for appen dicitis at the Kessler hospital at Huntington last Monday. He is getting along nicely. You Must Have Them. How in your eupply of engraved card*? I hi* time of the year you will need lota of them when calling. Send ua your old plate but if you haven't one let ua take your order. We have many different atylea from $1 60 to $3.60 a hundred, in eluding plate. Wild A Boelte, Druggieta, Flor entine Hotel corner, Huntington, W. Va Adv. Ira Kelley Dead. Ira Kelley died at the home of hia mother at Huntington Tbur*day morning. He had been ill aeveral montha. The dece&aed waa a brother of Mra. Allan Wright of thia place, and waa a member of Ceredo Camp, •VI. W. of A. Funeral aervicea were conducted at the home of the de ceased*!' mother Sunday afternoon afAr which the remama were in terred in Spring Hill cemetery un der the an*pice* of Ceredo Camp M. W. of A. r malting a ^pcclalty or Internal Diseases. 91* *th Ave., over Colonia^ Theater, HIJNTINGTO&, W. VA. Phone 91*. I THE ELECTION "" i 'T The People’s Party Ticket, Headed by Dr. Bruns for School Commissioner, Successful. One of the most hotlv contested elections for nn inhere of the school board that has taken place in this independent district for years, oc curred last Saturday ar.d resulted In the election of the candidates on the People's Party ticket, viz: \\\ • Bruns for the long term and Charles Thacker for the short term, over VV. B. Morris and W B. Griffith, who were on the Citizens’ Progressive Party ticket. Follow ing is THK vote: * cS H C 5 ° S' 2. g 2. « B. Ceredo * x S 1 Pot. 104 81 7*3 58 2 Pot. 108 17 64 48 Kenova 1 Pot. 53 101 58 91 2 Pot. 63 1)5 91 80 Totals, 323 264 2K6 277 Bruns’ majority over Morris. 59 Thacker’s majority over Griffith, 9 The Citizens’ party ticket for Ceredo municipal officers was elect ed without opposition, which is as follows: Mayor, J. O. Marcum; recorder, P. P. Chapman; council men, \V. A. Ramsdell, C. C. Burks. •I. W. Collier, T. N. Johnson and K. C. Scaggs. — -— Children are much more likely to con tract the contagions diseases when they hav • oolds. Whoopiug cough, dipt heria, scarlet fever and consumption are dis eases that are often contracted when the child has a cold. That Is why all medical authorities say beware of oolds. For the quick cure of colds you will tiud uothidg better than Cbamber'am’t Oough Remedy. It eau always be de pendent upon and is pleasaut and safe to take. For sale by all dealers. (Ad vertisemsat.) Successful Musical Con* test. Much interest was aroused among the pupils of the different grades at the Ceredo school on Tuesday morning of last week when the cot • lest arranged by their musical di rector, Mrs. Jennie Duncan, began. The prizes were t^o same as those given to the Kenova school on the previoas Friday—pictures of noted musical composers. The contest took pla?e at the regu lar music period in each room and ihe judges were Mrs. Cowte, Mrs Calhoun and Miss Fay Wilkinson, l'hese ladies cannot speak loo high, ly of the work accomplished by Mrs, Duncan and much praise is Jue her. The pupils’ thorough knowledge of the subject was attested by the promptness with which they re sponded to the questions propound ed by their teacher. The interest and attention given while singing were wonderful, and it was on these merits that the prizes were awarded The first and fourth grades were so nearly perfect that it was impossible for tbo judges to decide, so both were presented with a picture. The fifth in the upper grades was award ed the other prize. The Ceredo and Kenova schools are certainly fortunate in securing such an able instructress, and Mrs.l Duncan would like to repeat this musical program in the near future and invite all those who are inter esied musically in the schools to be present. --»•«. Beware ot Ointments lor Gataar that Gontain Merceru. mm marcary will sorely destroy the i.nw- of small surf completely derange the whole system whan entering It tbrongli the mu roomMurfaaaa. Much articles shonld never be used except on prescriptions from reo il.-ihle physician**, «a the damage they will do Im tan fold to the good yon can possibly da rive from them. Haifa Catarrh Cure, man. factored by F. J. Cheney A Co,, Toledo, ()., contains no mercury, and ia taken Infernal ly, acting directly upon the blood and mu roum surfaces cf the system. In buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be anre you get the gen uine. It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo, Onto, by F. J. Cheney ft Co. Testl moniale free. Sold by Druggist*. Price 7»c per bottle. Take Hall’s Family Puis for constipation » *sv*r*l»«n..t A Little Shoe. Cards icf the shape of a shoe were received by many of oar citi izens last week. The shoe-like cards contained the following: This little shoe to you is sent Is not for yoa to wear; Just multiply your size by four And place within with care As many oeo’s as fcur time tjour size— You know will help our enter prise. Ladies’ Aid Society of THE M. E. t HURCH. Social March 14, at the home of Mrs. WadeBrowD. Jt is needless to say the social was a grand success, and all pres ent enjoyed the affair very much. About 124.00 were realized. CARPENTER'S Clearance Sales A JIM.E FOR YOU TO SAVE MONEY ON "*. fashionable, good merchandise—an es pecially gocd time, RIGHT NOW, for you to find good assortments here. A backward early winter left us over stocked in some lines. 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