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The Cemil Advance.
H A ftepnbllcau Newspaper that
has a large circulation in the Big
\ *audy and Twelve Pol© Valleys.
Bp An excellent advertising modi*
MB, Published Jf.very Wednesday.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION,
ft One espy, one year, - - $1.00
ft On© copy, six months, - .OO
B One copy, three months. - .30
Job printing of all kinds neatly
and promptly executed on rea
sonable terms.
Notice to Subscribers.
Omr subscribers will please bear In
muad the ruling of the Postmaster Gen
eral that if they become in arrears more
than twelve months we will be required
to pay postage at the rate of one cent for
every four ounces, making one cent poet
• on each paper sent you. If we are
compelled to pay this postage we expect
a . to charge it to the subscriber; therefore,
w see that you do not beoome in arrears.
LOOK AT THE DATE AFTER
YOUR NAME ON YOUR PAPER.
Wsyne Courts.
Tenslof UlK«il ComM: Rtcoad Monday 1b
February, May, Aifgit and November.
Terms of County Coart: First Monday la Jan
nary. April and July, and Third Monday in No
vember.
Dr. Dltson P. Garter
DENTIST
8d Ave., Cor. 10th St.t
Odd Fellow Building,
Huntington, W. Va.
THERE'S a lot of money
here and in this vicinity.
Possessors of that money
read tl»is paper; they swear by
it. They want to be shown.
If your goods are right, they
want to buy. This paper
l talks to that money at regular
intervals. It’s money that
j talks back and talks back
strong. Get your share—do
your talking through our ad- ;
I vertising columns.
(C*»yrl«M. 1M*. by W M. 0.)
I
CI.Sit at a table of 13 person*
on Friday the 13th of the
month.
1 black cat cross your
path.
CLBreak a mirror.
C.Walk under a ladder.
CL And bad luck won’t touch
your business if you advertise
in this paper.
CL 1 rade ads. know no super
stition.
CLlf you have goods to sell,
let the ad. do it.
(Conyrt«iit. iao< i»* w H IJ.t
5
KENOVA TRANSFER CO.
KENOVA, WEST VIRGINIA.
l WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Atlas Portland Cement, Big B Marion Lime, Gypaum Wall Plast
ter. Hydrated Lime, Red Cedar Shingles, Lath, Tar P»p«r, Robber
and Paroid Roofing, Roof Paint, Chimney Brick, Fire Brick,
Fire Clay, Flue Tile, Sewer Pipe, Glass, Nai'ls, Barbed Wire, Ilay,
Feed, Floor, Meal, Potatoes, Grass Seeds, Fertilizers and Coal.
T“ LOW PRICES AND QUICK DELIVERIES -- - ■
Operating Wharf* and River and Rail Transfer. Rates and
1 ime Tables furnished for Cincinnati and Pittsburg Packets.
Correspondence solicited. Send for Price List.
NOTICE! * 81
Save the Price of a New Suit by having Z ^
your Old One Cleaned or ^ M
Dyed. I ^ M
ALTEHAT10NS AJil) ~
IfEI' AIKS. >. |Qj
Thuma Cleaning and Dye Works, ® &
Phone 315 824 4th Ave. • ■ * *
HUNTINGTON, W. VA. bM
I WRIGHT BROS. CO. |
g \ Everything to Eat and l $
8 1. <18
$ \ Large Stock of Furniture j m
f and Hardware.
^ & | Prices Always Reasonable \ $
redo, West Virginia.
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\ for Child Has
Brim of Sapphire Blue
_
For little misses from nine to four
teen years old a great number of
shapes to choose from have been
provided. New fabrics and new col
orings furnish, too, opportunities for
unusual millinery for children. It Is
a season of gay colors and odd fab
rics.
Katine in silk has been employed
with fine results in hats for misses.
Soft crowns of this material are
combined with braid-covered brims.
A hnt of this 6ort looks best trimmed
with ribbon.
Another sort of crow n with a bi»id
brim is shown in- this picture. This
is an unusually pretty hat with braid
r --———^
brim of aapphire blue. The crown Is
covered with silk over which is
stretched a flowered chiffon show
ing the putent of gray grounds cov
ered with the brightest of flower
forms.
Hibbon is here the moBt appropri
ate trim and is placed about the
base of the crown in a plain folded
band. Four loops, wired to hold them
in place, protrude at the buck. The
frame shows a graceful irregular
brim and well balanced round crown.
The little hat is constructed ta follow
out the most up-to-date (dean as to
outline, material and colors.
JULIA BOTTOMLEY.
BEAUTIFUL EVENING GOWN
ml
An evening gown of black satin and
gold embroidered lace over groseille
silk The waist ends In a pointed
back panel.
Trimmings From Chinese Skirts.
Chinese skirts In the original cer
tainly possess as ryany varied usee as
the famous porker, whoso only loss Is
its squeal. The front and hack panels,
with their rich embroideries in Ivking
stitch, make exquisite long sailor col
lars which will miraculously turn j*our
most commonplace frock Into a veri
table creation. The yards on yards
i two-toned Chinese blue embroidery i
handings make trimming galore for a j
stunning gown and hat. A striking
parasol in these days of unique ones, ,
is made from the skirt's pleated and '
embroidered sides, and an equally ef- 1
fectlve piano lamp shade can he .
evolved from the same, with the add!
tlon of the panels.
Irish Crochet in Colrrs.
The new Irish crochet, printed in
oolors, strongly resembles the Bui- j
garian designs. Bands of this trim i
mlng are used as a bordering on thin j
crepons and voiles. Colored voiles, j
such as champagne, pale gray, rose
pink, etc., are trimmed with bands j
of all-white Iriah crochet, while all- j
white vollea and crepons are trim- I
med with the Irish crochet in color.
t
ADORNING THE GUEST ROOM
Particularly Effective Touches May
Be Given to Draperies. Especially
if They Are of Cretonne.
If you havo cretonne draperies in
your guest room there are nmny at
tractive articles you can make to
add comfort and beauty to the nuoin.
Purchase cretonne to match, or, If
this is impossible, a design showing
tho same coloring.
Lovely bureau scarfs are fashioned
by cutting the cretonne the exuct
dimensions of the bureau top. Cover
this with white murqulHetto and be
tween the top and the china silk lining
place one thickness of cotton wadding.
Whipstitch the edges together and
| finish them with a narrow edging of
gold lace.
The marquisette softens the colors
of the cretonne, producing a pastel
efTect.
A rectangular sofa cushion can he
made of the same materials, and Is
particularly beautiful when ornament
ed with a large flat bow of ribbon in
one corner.
In rose designs the cretonne is ex
tremedy artistic when veiled with mar
quisette.
For the dressing table a long pin
cushion should be made to match.
Finish either end with a rosette of
satin ribbon.
Frames for sewing stands can be
purchased to match any wood, and it
would be nice to supply your guest
room with one with a cretonne top to
match tho draperies.
Cover the cretonne with the mar
quisette and line it with china silk.
Gather this with a heading to the
frame and finish each corner with a
bow of ribbon. The fop hangn pocket
like from the frame and holds all the
articles necessary for mending. This
is a very useful article, and the well
appointed guest room should be sup
plied with sewing stand.
Fashionable Colors.
This is the time of year when col
or* change, Just aa do hate and gown*
Court blue la ono of the latest. It Is
a cros* between electric and gend
arme.
Taupe has shed its brown tinge and
has acquired the tint like elephant
gray.
One of the prettiest blues is blue
\ig, a deep and yet bright shade.
Hhrimp Is the favored pink.
A glorious red which looks extreme- !
iy well with white is called rouge
Venetian.
♦'balk white Is en vogue.
Amaranth is a claret shade.
Caramel is another pretty edition
of brown.
V< rdegrls is one of the smartest
grc'its.
Mimosa Is a yellow that verges on
orange.
Petunia I* the successor of the
fueiais medley, with the purple and j
red tints predominating.
Protecting Jewelry.
It IP veil to cover Jewelry with a
thin cor.*, of collodion when storing
it in the safety deposit vault The
collodion can be dissolved with alco
hol or ether when the Jewelry Is
brought forth again JeWelry of al
most every description can be thor
oughly cleaned with aoap and water.
It should then be packed in boxwood
sawdust for several hours ui*tll *.*. Is
4ry In every crevice.
^ / l
‘THE GRANARY OF
NORTH AMERICA.”
GOVERNOR SULZER SAYS THAT
OF WE8TERN CANADA
The close tics of friendship exist
ing between the United States and
Canada were dwelt upon in addresses
by Premier Robert L. Bordeu. of Can
ada. and Governor Sulzer, at the an
nual dinner of the University Club of
Albauy.
"Canada and the United States."
•aid Premier Borden, "have a common
heritage in the language, the litera
ture. the laws, the Institutions and the
traditions which have come down to
them from the men of bygone duys.
"Perhaps no more instructive object
lesson ever has been given to the
world than tho four thousand miles of
undefeuded boundary line from the
Atlantic to the Pacific, which bears
silent but eloquent testimony to the
mutual confidence and respect of tho
two nations. Time will shortly place
upon tho brow of each nation tho lau
rel of one hundred years of peace. It
matters not so much as to the form
of the outward celebration, but let us
hopo that its full significance may
sink deep into the hearts of both na
tions, and that, whether north or south
of the boundary, wo may stund with
bowed and reverent heads, offering
grateful thanks for tho Divine blessing
of peace, and earnest prayers that in
the century to come, mutual confidence,
good-will and respect may truly ani
mate the ideuls and aspirations of both
nations."
Referring to the natural resources
possessed by the United Stutes and
t'anadn, particularly along tho 8t.
Lawrence River, tho premier urged
that they be "preserved and developed
e I l« vtAnktl A * •
- —. ...V Kvwp.o,
Governor Suiter predicted that the
"Great Canadian Northwest is designed
Id become, beforo long, the granary of
North Amorica.”
' Many of our bent citizens, I regret
to say," said tho governor, **aro leav
ing the Stutes of the west nnd going
Into tho Canadian northwest, because
of the fertility of Its soil, tho lib
erality of the Canadian government
nnd the ability of those people to bet
ter their conditions here.
"We should extnnd to them a help
ing hand In their onward mnrch of
progress. Instead of closing our doors
by tnrlff barriers against these coun
tries and their products, In iny opinion,
we should open them wider and do
everything in our power to facilitate
closer commercial relations. We want
their products and they want our prod
ucts, and all restrictions to prevent a
fairer and freer exchange of goods,
wares and merchandise should, in so
far as possible, bo eliminated.”—Ad
vertisement.
They are gladdening souls who
mean what they say and expect you
to say exactly when you mean.- Shop
pard.
Hr*. Wlnnlow'M Sooihlnit Syrup Tor C'btltlren
iMthlnit, wficna llir irniM, rrdurfN inllniiiina
Uuu.siluy • paln.cures wind <n>lk-.XW n
No man Is born as free and equal
as a hired girl.
Delicious brown rake* tnmlr from Mr*. Am
tin’s Hag Pancake Flour. All gtocei*. A<lv.
We feel sorry for the hero who Is
out of a Job
>ffKDISTEMPER
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■ ^ *n* “»erlt of th« old mllitblw. itii inniioil
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nfri I* tl tka kutnm • « i.<4n . ny < «• wtil You taka bo aiak In bat I nr H
Eh If 1 I f mmf ' ’»fta K-M on a money Imrk r.i»m>i«M>. ,t,.„ »„ t ,o„| W
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• rto - V. ,.l a t.om,.. » W—ta KBK*. tv,,t. f.,r Main. '
WOMAN SUFFERED
TEN YEARS
From Nervousness Caused by
Female Ills—Restored to
Health by Lydia E.
Pinkham’s Vegeta
ble Compound.
Auburn. N. Y. — “I suffered from
nervousness for ten years, and had such
I”’"" • ' 1 ^organic nains that
. sometimes I would
lie in bed four days
at a time, could not
eat or sleep and did
. not want anyone to
talk to me or bother
me at all. Some
times I would suffer
' for seven hours at a
1 iv > . ume* different doc
' tors did the best
k""' ' ' ' -* they could for me
until four months ago I began giving
! Lydia £. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com
Eound a trial and now I am in good
ealth. ” — Mrs. William H. Gill, 1&
Pleasant Street, Auburn, New York. i
•* Doctor’s Daughter Took It/*
St. Cloud, Minn.—“ I was so run down,
by overwork and worry that I could not
stand it to have my children talk aloud
or walk heavy on'the floor. One of my
friends said, ‘Try Lydia E. Pinkham’s
Vegetable Compound, for I know a doc
tor’s daughter here in town Who takes
it and she would not take it if it wer*
not good. *
“ 1 sent for the Compound at once and'
kept on taking it until I was ail right.
—Mrs Bertha M. Quickstadt, 727 6th.
Avenue, S., SL Cloud, Minn.
I.ydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com
pound may be relied upon as the most
efficient remedy for female ills, ^jhj
don’t you try it 7 > *
You Need
NO “SPRING MEDICINE**'
" yOM your liver active, your bowels
regular and your digestion good
Regulate the Bowels
Stimulate the Liver
Improve Digestion and
Rurlfy the Blood
FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS.
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THERAPION fersaftS
I If It'atba rAmaily for VOli* OWN alluirtit. Iron't wnj a r»oL
AbMiluiAiyFSEE. Ni/followup'olrcular*. I>M lkt(»«c j
MtU.U'. HAVEMt I OCR HD. llAMPBJ HAD. LONDON. At.iy'
ALLEN’S
FOOT-EASE,
The Ant inept ic powder shaken into
the shorn—Tta« Standard U*m
cdy lop the 1««1 for a quarter
century 3(> UOO testmiomaU. Sold
Mwk. everywhere 25c. Sample HIKE.
Addrrr* Ailen >4. Olmsted. I.t Xov N Y.
The Mon tvlio put the F. E • In IE F. T.
W. N. U., CINCINNATI, NO. 18-1913.
I X.W. L. DOUGLAS t€k^Ji
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3»4;»o and *5 00/1
1 SHOES / f«
FOR MEN AND WOMEN/
LBlQTBOrS 8M0CB In t hr WOHtol
$7 00. 9'J.to ami SB OQ. I
Ww The largest maker* of \
^ Men’s $3.50 and $4.00 \
shoes in the world. \
Aik Tour riralffr to allow yon \ / W'ijy
W. I- Dougina SaJIO. 04.00 an>1
•4.AO ah nos. Jnai u« (inxl In 4)lo,
L fl‘ »"d w*'*r •* othar in a k aa Coaling 0A.OO to 07 OO
ooly dlffaiono* la th* prUo. Mho** In nil J
Vi. •*/»«• *n<1 ahnpon to atilt «v*rybntl*. A*
till */./*’“ ^oolil alalt W. I„ Dougina lingo fn< to R/Q
wP fit* •* Hiwktnn, Muaa.. lantl «r« f«r ynumfir wf
now rarruiiy w. I.. I»oue|«. iltoM are mad*.
ynt> would then amlrnuiMl why they are war: anted .
i *5’ nt h**<u,r- I0*'** hettrr. hold their utiap* and wear i
i *'>n*er than any other make for the price. I
11 W. I- »iioe« ate r*H f-,r Ml„ m »oqr rtctnlty. orfl#,r /
?^!lk f!fmi farmery and an the mliMIttintn n (Ft >nt it
Www for ever* nemnraf lb .11 M
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name It ttaroped
on the tiottom.
The Texas Land & Development Company
•re offering for tale their fine improved. Irrigated farms in the Plalnvlew district on
especially attractive farms. If ycu are wanting a home where you can make a full
crop every year In the finest climate In the world, rich soil and pure water.
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Write the General O'fice. Piairmew. Te*ar. at once for fall particui*-v

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