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The Ceredo Advance.
tui.iro m 'hr po«t-ulBc» at Ceredo. W . Va
aa secondela*a matter.
WEDNESDAY JANUARY- 28. 1914
Phone No. 33
am halioDo of Ibis paper e lit please sent
to this office notice, of tbelrfnenda Tlalting
here or elsewhere.—Kb.1
LOCAL NEWb
"Maybe it isn’t the world, my lad,
A* muc h as it may be ycu,
That seems so wrong when it might be
glad—
There’s many a point of view !
Often the thing that we most condemn
As the cause of our sorxy plight
Is only our habit of going wrung
Inside, instead of light.
And the old world isn't as bad as men
Are sayiug it is. my sou,
And maybe it’s us that erenot wound up
And don’t know how to run.”
Bruus Shoe Co. for bargains.
J. W. Collier has recovered from
a severe attack of la grippe.
Mrs. J. Q. Payne of Portsmouth
was a Ceredo visitor last week.
Felix Flanery made a business
trip to Cabrleslon last Thursday.
Wendell Meinhart of Ashland
spent Sunday here with bis family.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Brown
were Ashland, Ky., visitors last
Thursday.
Mrs. Miniiie Osgood of Renova
visited her mother — Mrs. M, J.
(-iriffith—last week.
Mina Anna Evana will take a
courae in muaic at Marshall college,
commencing today.
Mra. U. W. Williama, who ban
been lick, ia ao much improved a*
to be able to be out.
O
LD TAPERS FOR SALE at
the Advance Office, Ceredo,
W. Va.
tf.
Mra. Arthur Powell of Aahland
and Mra. Reed of Huntington were
gueaia of Mra. Kate Mott laat Sun.
day.
Miaa Kathleen Holt of Kenova
wa« the gueat of Miatea Gladya and
Thelma Wright laat Saturday and
Sunday.
One lot Men's Patent Blucber
shoes, sold at $3 50; olosing out at
tl 95 per pair.
23jan.2w. Bruns Shoe Co.,,
For Salk:—New No. 6 Oliver
Tpyewriter, laleat model. Uaed
only five weeka. J. L. Davis,
7jan2m. ady. Kenova, W. Va.
Mra. Belle Buab, Mrs. O. F.
Buab and Muse* Anna and Blanche
Buab attended the opera at Hunt,
ington on Tueaday night of laat
week.
Miaa Grace Hewitt, one of the
teachers in the public schools here,
has returned from her home in
Ohio, where she man called on ac>
ooant of the illness of her mother.
Mr*. Wendell Meinhart of Asb
land ha* been the guest of be
mother, Mrs. Kate Mott, for the
pant week. Her little daughter,
Kathryn, baa been quite ill here for
the past two week* with whooping
cough.
One lot Ladies’Vici Kid, Patent
and Tan Button, $2 50 aod 13 00
value; go now at 11.95 per pair.
Bruns Shoe Co.
23jan.2w. Catlettaburg, Ky.
Several parties from Logan
county have recently been look*
ing over the big four hundred acre
farm belonging to John B. Mai*
colm of Kenova, with a view to
purchasing. The farm is situate
near Martha P- O , along the
Guyan river, and is very valuable
The price asked, we understand,
i * $25,000.
Last week wai a buey one with
the pablio school pupils and teach
ers. All the grades, except the
first aad second, took the mid-term
eliminations. The manuscripts
were Hied with the superintendent
and may be inspected by any one
who may desire to do so. Home of
the manuscripts are said to be ex
ceptionally good ones.
We would like a correspondent at
Dunleitb, Dickson, Shoals, Wayne,
Hast Lynn, Fort Gay, Dunlow,
Queens Ridge and other postoffices
in this county. We will give a free
copy of this paper and pay postage
to any one who will furnish us a
■ews letter say every two weeks
from either of the places named
Help us this much, will you not, to
furnish the best local paper ever
published in Wayne county? tf.
pot,
■ m
§
The nephew and widow of the
late Colli* P. Huntington will pre
sent the city of Huntington with a
broxe figure of the founder of our
thriving and enterprising sister city.
The statue is to be placed in the
open space north of the C. <fc O. de
pot, and will add much to the beau
t,y\of it“ surroundings as well as the
neral locality. We understand
1 the statue will cost a hundred thou
•anl dollars or more.
8- D. Lewis baa purchased the
Cush Frssher dwelling on B street.
Claude Hszlett went to Logau
county the latter part of last week.
Thomas Evick was a business
visitor at Ashlaud, Ky , last Fri
| day.
Miss Bessie Maynard has gone
to North Carolina to visit rela
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hannah
have returned from a visit to Iron
ton, Ohio.
Ed. Feazel of Portsmouth, O.,
was the guest of relatives here last
Thursday.
H. W. Blose of Huntington was
shopping in Ceredo one even
ing last week
Mrs. J. O. Marcum visited rela
tives at Louisa, 'Ky., the latter
part of last week.
Mrs. John Irby of West Hunt
ingtou called ou friends in our
town last Friday.
Ed. Hazlett’s eyesight is much
improved siuce the operation on
one of his optics.
Mrs. E. T. Hinkle of Locust,
this state, was the guest of trieuds
her# Monday and Tuesday.
Prosecuting Attorney I). B.
Hardwick was here from Wayne
the latter part of last week.
The meetings being held at the
M. K- church are well attended
and considerable interest is mani
fested.
Mayor James O. Marcum and
son, Ed., were guests of relative*
for dinner at Catletteburg, Ky.,
l&et Sunday.
Mr and Mm. William Schreibor
and Mrs. Loon Schreibor of
Huntington were Sunday guests of
Mrs. C. R. Gumm.
51 pairs Men’s Dress and Work
shoes, sold at $2.00; go now at
♦ 148 for choioe.
Bruns Shoe Co.,
23jan 2w. Catletteburg, Ky.
Messrs. A. G. Brown, Johnson
Hensley, Wade H. Brown and
Fisher Plymale attended the fun
eral of Guy Plymale at Duuleith
last Friday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Thornbnry
of Logan; also Dr. B. D. Garrett
of Cyrus and his daughter, Miss
Lois, attended the funeral of Jas.
Luther, the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs 8. B. Peters-—Big Sand?
(Louisa, Ky.) Enterprise, Jan. 23.
One lot Misses School Shoes,
Gun Metal and Vici Kid, Button,
all solid leather, sizes 12 to 2's;
go now at $1.45 per pair.
Bruns 8hoe Co.
23jan 2w. Catletteburg, Ky.
lip an/I M
Km it Vi O n J rlo iirvbt ap
---. —--n
of Seattle, Washington, were the
guests of the Dr.’s sister, Mrs. Bet.
tie French, last Thursday and Fri
day. They were en route to New
York city.
Material for the Jordan branch
bridge is expected to arrive here
next week. After its arrival it will
he a matter of only a few day until
Main street will be reopened for
traffic to the southern part of town.
Mies Lillie Cox, who went to
Florence, 8. C., a couple of weeks
ago, writes to her parents that she
l is much pleased with the country
and will remain there until the
last of February. Henry Cox,
who accompanied her, will return
home in a few daye.
The Huntington Herald - Dis
patch’s campaign of "go to^hurob
once-a year anyhow,” proved a
great sucoeee. Large orowde at
tended services at all the Huut
ington churches. Even some of
the Herald - Dispatch’s reporters
heard the preachers on the Sun
day designated. Csredo people,
follow suit.
Leaning out of his engine oab
early Bnnday morning, January
18, on the Chesapeake A Ohio
near Clyffeside park, Eustace
Reoe, an engineer, was struck by a
telephone pole knocking him to
the ground, the wheels of the
train passing over his legs. His
skull was fractured and both legs
severed. The man is slowly im
proving at the Kings Daughters’
hospital in Ashland, where he
wss taken directly after the acci
dent.
A prisoner who had been ar
rested by Sergeant Eugene Ply
male aud placed in tbs town jail
for drunkenness last Wednesday
made hie escape by raising a win
dow in the room adjoining the one
in which be was placed and jump
ing to tbs ground. The officer
thought it was not neceeeary to
lock the prisoner in a cell. Imag
ine ’Gene’s surprise when he took
the man’ll supper to him to fiod
be had left for Jordan’* stormy
banks; at I4ast it is thought hs
went towards Jordan.
; ^ I A
Is There?
I* thrre a young la iy or a voting
gentleman or a girl or boy in Cere«
do or Kenova who would like tc
learn to he a compositor? We do
not warn any fooliohners and if you
do not expect to follow the business
for a year or more, do not apply,
hair wage* paid an soon as you are
able to earu them. tf.
Died.
l.ouise Wooten, aged two years
and two months, died at the home
of her grand father, J. F. Stafford,
in Rrownstown last Saturday morn
ing ol typhoid fever and o her com
plications. She was about only one
week old when her mother died and
Mr. Stafford took the little girl to
raise.
The body was buried in the John
Smith cemetery Monday.
Peroxide Cream
Whitens and beautifies the com
plexion, softeus and beautifies the
-kiu. B« sure and get the A. D.
S. Original Peroxide Cream. A
perfect greaselese cream—no other
preparation like it iu appearance
and effect. Be sure and get it at
Wild A Roeite’s, Druggists, Flor
entine Hotel corner, Huntington,
w. Va. AdY.
Williamson, W. Va.
Mr*. Fannie Bateman of Okla
homa, who has beau the guest of
Mr. and Mrs Carl Wright for lev
oral weeks, left Friday eu route to
Ohio She intended to rematu in
Huntington a day, the guest of
Mia§ Miunte B. Nash. —Mrs
O. A. Wright entertained a few
friends on Thursday afternoon
complimentary to Mrs. B. C.
Harris, who is leaviug the last o?
the month for Sapulpa, Okla., to
make her future home. The in
vited guests were Mrs. C. E. Stev
enson, Mrs. J. B. Saunders, Mrs.
W. 8. Rosenheim, Mrs. A. D.
Dickey, Mrs. Bateman and Mrs
A. G. Ruthorford of Thacker.—
Williamson Cor. in Last Sunday’s
Huntington Herald-Dispatch.
Died Suddenly.
WTm. Fletcher, a splendid and
influential citizen of Logan coun
ty, who recently moved to this
couuty and purchased a farm in
McComas district on the Wayne
Cabell line, died after a few hours’
illness the other day from an in
flammation of the throat. He was
supposed to be getting better and
was walking around the house
when he dropped over and ex
pired. Since then that whole
community has been stirred up
over a disease that is something
similar to the affection that carried
away Fletcher and almost every
persou in the neighborhood has
been stricken with it, but no
more deaths have occurred from
the disease.—Huutington Herald
Dispatch, Jan. 25.
onroniG uonsilDatlon Gurea.
“Five year* ago I had the worst case
of chronic constipation I ever knew of,
and Chain tier Iain's Tablets cored me,"
writes 8. F. Fish , Brooklyn, Mich. For
sale by all dealers. adr.
Dr. Harriet B. Jones.
Dr. Harriet 1). Jones of Wheel
ing delivered a very interesting lec
ture on tuberculosis st the M. E
church last Thursday evening to a
full house. She is a physician of
experience and is very earnest in her
plea for bringing about reforms in
the manner of fighting the dread
dieease.
It te hoped that her lecture will
do much good in this community.
It is noticeable that more windows
are up since Dr. Jonee wae here.
The tuberculosis demonstration
car will arrive here tomorrow
(Thursday) and will remain nntil
Friday. The citizens of our town
should by all means visit the car,
It will he on the side track near tbs
C. <k O. passenger station.
The car will be at Kenova Fri
day.
Oue lot Ladies’ Patent, Gun
Metal and Tan Button shoes, np
to date styles, sold at *4.00; dos
ing out at $2 96 for choice.
Bruns Shoe Co.,
23jan.2w. (Jatletsburg, Kv<
Do yon Hike nice stationery? W«
have reo*.ved a supply of beautiful
cards and envelopes to match -24
of each in a box. Price per bo*,
SO cents. Call end sec the goedi
st the Advance office, Cere.'o. if
T. T. McDougal still writes tin
insnrance. He represents the bes
companies and ndtities his pairom
when their policies expire, thu
preventing lapses.
If you need a new or second
hand sewing machine call on ihi
proprietor of this paper.
Fred Perdne has returned t<
Portsmouth, Ohio, after a pleas
ant visit with home folks here.
Mr. snd Mrs. Sam Dock Bmitl
of West Huntington were Ceredi
'visitors last Friday.
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It is our business to help you get a better idea of the Paoiflo Coast
country. We hare a pl«u» whereby you can bring California to your
own home, see aome of it, learn some of it, learn more about it.
Southern California is a Mighty Interesting
Country.
Not ho many yean* ago it was waste land. Now it is an ngrtonlti ral
tuid horticultural wonder, and the Mecca for thousands of tourists ev
ery year. It is worth seeing, worth visitmg, worth knowing more
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— Hiverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, San Diego, Antelope Val
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You can see southern California through our Service Burean, conduct
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Send us ten cents, nterelv to cover coat of mailing, and we will send
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thHt It Is flll««d with sorrow ami trouble,
sickness and pain and every trial we
could enumerate, and we cannot help
wondering WHY COD ALLOWS IT.
We realize that He Is almighty and
thnt He could prevent It If He wished
We rend in His Word that He la more
willing to do for Ills children than
are earthly parents for theirs, and we
know how much that means; yet of
tentlmea It seems that those who try
to do and live right have the most
trouble. This question Is made very
clear In a book entitled. "The Divine
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Is backed by Scripture, and shows thnt
while Hod does not sanction evil HE
HAS HAD A PURPOSE IN ALLOW
LNG SIN AND DEATH TO REIGN
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This nnd many other subjects of deep
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10
Dr. Shirely Married.
Dr. K. V. Shirley is now a bene
dict. He went to Louisa, Va., last
week and was there untied in the
holy bonds of wedlock to Miss Wil
lie Koger**, a young lady who form
erly lived with her sister, Mrs.
Page, at ibis place.
After their wedding trip they
will make i’eredo their home.
Their many friends hereabout*
join us in extending congratula
tions.
E. O. Saunders of Ashland, Ky ,
was a Ceredo visitor last Sunday.
CERFOO CHURCHES.
Congregational Church.
REV. J. K. HITNKK.
Sunday School, 9:30; morning
services, 11; evemng services,7:30.
Methodist Episcopal.
RKV W. M. FALLEN, PASTOR.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at
at 7:30 p. in.
Preaching at 7 :30 p. m.
Sunday School al W;3Q a. in.
Epworth League al 6:80 p. ra.
Everybody is welcome.
Baptist.
Preaohing at 11 a. m and 7:30 p
m. on the second and fourth Sun*
dayh in each month. Sunday school
al W;30 a in. Prayer meeting
every Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.
in. Teaohem’ tneeling exery Fri
day evening.
Another Case.
There wan a man in our town
Who was «o wonderoua wise,
He thought he could gel rich
And never advertise.
t
And when he took bis ad. out
Him cuHtom grew so thin,
He hastened to the sanctum
And put it in agin. —Ex.
Engraved Cards.
Nothing would be ap
preciated more than a
hundred engraved calling
cards for a friend. Call at
the Advance office and see
the late samples—just re
ceived—and leave order.
For Sai.k — Typewriter ribbons
and carbon paper for sale at the
Advance Stationery Store. Rib
bon« 60 cent*. each; carbon paper
i wheels for 26 cents.
Face-to-Face Courtesy
Good telephone service depends upon mutual
courtesy. The telephone is more useful to those
who talk as though face to face, for civility n
moves difficulties, and facilitates the prompt
possible eoonectioas.
The operators must be patient and polite ui
circumstances, but they will do better work
meet patience and politeness on the part
phone users.
Whim you Ul+pKtm+ •mil*.
THE CHESAPEAKE AN
TELEPHONE CO
H. K. ROBERTS. DUtrfet
422 10th StTMt,
T«L SOOO
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The First National B;
Of Ccreilo, W. Va.
CAPITAL, FULLY PAID,
SURPLUS AND UNDIYIDED PROFITS.
$50
$15
J
IF YOU are a stranger in this community, we mU
!° 4,n***l,Kat* 0ur ftand,nfc Any oitizen will be p(|
,H A to tell you about tbie institution.
; P ** INTEREST PAID OS TIME DEP
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Notice of Trustee** Sale
Ht virtue of the Authority vested in
nn» by a deed of trust bearing date on
the 24th day of November, 1918, execut
ed by Della V. Lowther and O. F. Low
ther, her bu»baud to the undersigned,
Homer K. Holt, as Trustee, to secure to
Warren Berry the payment of a certain
note therein described, and recorded m
the clerk'h office of the county court of
! Wayne county and state of West Vir
K>nia in Trust tVed Book No. 17, at
9*90* 398, the undersigned will offer for
**ale at public auction to the highest bid
der, at the front door of the Wayne
county court hou-e, at Wayne, West
\ irginia, on Thursday, the twelfth day
of February, 1914, at 11:80 a ui., the fol
lowing described real estate. situate,
lying and heiug iu Du Font Place,
Wayne oouuty, West Virginia, being
lots Nos. 1 . 8. 8. 4. ft, « and 7 in Block
No. 4, and lots Nos. 1. a. 3,4. ft, 6, 7, 8,
II. HI. 18, 14, 16. IB, 17 slid 18in Block
No. 8, as th.. same ap|>enr npon a map of
DuPont Place, made by the DnPont
Place Improvement Company , and be
imr the Maine property that was convey
ed to the said Della V. Lowther by the
DuPont Place Improvement Oo. et al.
bv deed dated August 21, 1912, and re
corded iu the office of the clerk of the
county court of Wayne county. West
Virgiuia, iu Deed Book No. 88, page
ft76.
Said sale will be made for cash .
Homkr E. Holt,
I4jan4w. Trustee.
SCHEDULE I N EFFECT MAY 25,1913
WEST BOUND.
I RAVE CEKKIH) DAILY.
No 17, 6:88 p. m—For Portsmouth audt
intermediate stations.
No. 18, 8:2» a. m. — For Williamso*
and intermediate stations.
Trains leave Kenovu for Columbus
Cinofonati and the west 2:16 a. m.,
2 KK) p. ra dailj and 6 .-00 a. m.
Trains leave WillianiHon for the uortn
and east 4 21a.m., 4 :67 p. m. and
8:00 a. m.
JD^For Tiekota, Time Cards, Sleeping
Car Reservations and all informa*
tion, write or call upon nearest
Agent
Norfolk & Western Rallwau.
W. B. Beyii.l, W. O. Maunder*
Pann. Trail. M*r. Gaa’l Paaa. Aft.
Koinokr, Va. Romnv. rr.
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