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t. T McDOUGAL, < DITOP AND PPOPRIKTOP «— 1 ■ ■■ i ■ i. i WEDNESDAY. MARCH 18, 1914. Announcement**. ^ __-u_ _ ----- _ - ----------- FOR CONGRESS. To the Voters of the Fifth Congression al District: I hereby announce myself ns a candi date for the nomination to Congress iu the fifth Congressional district, subject to the R> publican primary or conven tions which will be called at an nurly date by the congressional committee I will attempt to see as ninny of the voters of the district as possil^e before the primary or conventions; but in the event thatl am unable to see you, I want to solicit youi* support. Primarily. I believe in the right of the people to name without committee dom ination their candidates for public office, to write their platforms, and I believe after a man is elected to office he should heed the voice of the people, and express that belief iu his vote on public questions. Edward Cooper. FOR COUNTY CLERK. We are authorized to announce Sam J. Orum as a candidate for Clerk of the County Court , subject to the Democrat ic Primary election. " FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We ar^ authorized to announce P. P Lester as a candidate for Superintend ent of Free Schoo's for Wayne county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Sbepherdstown Register says the Maryland legislature is con * trolled by the whisky ring. Bro Snyder is doubtless correct in his conclusions. • If Bro. Morris had a dollar for every line the Parkersburg State Journal has contained about a bridge to Belpre in the last live years, he could retire from business. The Putnam Herald, edited by Rev. C. A. Pickett, formerly pastor otthe Ceredo Congregational chnrcb. has been wonderfully improved. It is now one of the best weekly pa« pers in the state. The directois ot the United States Express Co., at a meeting held in New York oity last Friday, voted unanimously to liquidate its affairs and dissolve in the shortest time. ~ The paroel post, however, is here to etay. Th® Huntington Advertiser’s Trade Edition wae a whopper. It constated of thirty-eix nicely print ed and well edited pages. As an advertisement of Hunt ington, the wonderful city, and surrounding country, it has never been excelled. Liquor caused the killing of Robt. L. Taylor and the shooting of “Doc” Beavers and Squire A. T. Beavers in McDowell county a few days ago. Alter the first of next July, if the officers of the law do their duty, we shall expect to bear of fewer murders in McDowell. The affections of C. VV. Oseaton, who formerly lived here, are valued very highly. The U. S. Supreme court has affirmed the lower court which gave Mrs. Osenton (who re cently obtained a divorce) a verdict for $35,000 against Mrs. Margaret \ Williamson for alienating the af. fections of her husband. Congressmen Hughes and Lang ley will appear before the board of engineers for rivers and harbors and urge reconsideration of the adverse veport on the Big Sandy river. These gentlemen have always been aotive in bebslf of the improvement of this river and we hope they may Again succeed as well as they have in the past.—Big Sandy News. — — • •tat* or Ohio, Vtrr or Toledo. » Lucas Ooubtt f hh. Ftank J. Cbetter make* oath that he I* aenlor partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney a Co., doing ba*lne*e In the City of Toledo. County and Htate aforesaid and that said firm will pay the ncicn of one hordred dol lar* for each and every cue# of Catarrh that emnnot be cured by the uae of Hall’e Catarrh C"l2- . , . F NARK J CHERRY Sworn to before me and auharribed In mv Lreaenee, thl* oth day of I*eeember, A. I>. (*••0 A. W. Glearor, if.to ~ ^ ,, . Notary Public. Hall * Catarrh Cure I* taken Internally, and acta directly on the blood and rnncaou* • urfecea of the lyetem. Send for testimoni als free. F. J. Cheret A Co., Toledo, O. Hold bv •» I>rii2Ki*t". 7'ic. Take Sfair* Family PM* for Conatlpatllon UdYtrfiawiwt > Announcement*. Our rate* for announcements arc as follow*, and most be paid in advance : Congress .$5>r,.00 State Senate. J5 00 Clerk County Court . r, 00 Clerk Circuit Court . 5 00 House of Delegates . 5 oo County Superintendent. 5 dp Oounty Conin 'shioner . 5 00 \ Queen’s Ridge, W. Va. We are having a great deal of snow for the lime of ibe year. The old gardeners are all getting anxious to put ibeir garden* out. but we will all have to wait until the ground gels warm. • Mr. aud Mra. L. B. Queen are much better. Kim (Sopley of II intington i- vis iting his grand parent*. Mr. and Mu. L. B. Queen. Tillman Maynard is visiting his wife at the Riverside hospital in Kentucky. W. M. Bruce and L. F Copley have rented of L. B. .Queen. I think they are going to Dunlow after a wagon load of seed corn, cat* and other fetd. . Jink Queen aud Deinmy Work man have gone to Portsmouth, Ohio. Albert Adkins is the barber He does good work. Be afraid of card games, boys. Think of the crime committed in the Cave Hollow hack of Kenova. Uncle Sam’s R F. I). men will all he glad to see the mud dry up. I know the doctor will, hut he keeps his horses lat. they are able to carry him through the mud. Henry Sharp, who has been in the west eight year*,is visiting his I rends in good old W. Va. Mrs. J. W. Queen is going to Cincinnati to visit her son, J. B. Queen. May Queen is the owner of a white poodle dog. He was sent to her from the west. We have measles in our vicinity. Mar. 16. Cood-Byk. Centerville, W. Va, Boru, to Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Sparks, Feb. 25, au eight pound boy. The stork also visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Adamson March ♦bird and left a fiuebaby girl which caused the boys to burn uncle Bil ly’s bat. Mrs. W. P. Pyles, who has been on the sick list, is able to be out again. Elder W. G. Spark?, who was called to the bedside of his broth er, who is ill with pneumonia at Van Lear, Ky., has just returned borne and says hi* brother is con siderably better. Uncle Raleigh Smith, who has been ill for some time, we learn is worse. George Ferguson of Herbert has sold his farm on big creek to Z C. Perdue. Mr. Fergusou then bought the farm of 8 G- Lambert i of Herbert. W. J. 8mith , our local merchant, i is doing a good business here. Henry Pyles has just finished a nioe dwelling. Millard Clark of this place ha* accepted a position with the N. &> W. at Kenova. Elmer 8tomp has a new variety, of corn. He has just finished gathering a crop. He will d.strib ute free seed corn to one member of each family uot asking for m >re than three grains. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Clark have just returned from a three days’ vib’t with her mother, Mrs. Eliza beth Murphy, of Whites creek. Rev. Allen Smith and eon were seen passing through thie place yesterday with a drove of ca’tle. A'ade Alley, oar local black smith, is always at his poa', shoe ing horBos and doing general re pair work for all who call on him. Mrs. Allen Christian is on the sick list. John RIorb is out as usual huck stering to-day. Mar. 7- - General. I he Fortu Year Test. An article must have exceptional mer it to survive for a period of forty yearn Chamberlains Cough Remedy was first offered to the public in 1872 From a small beginning it has grown in favor and popularity until it has attaiued a world wide reputution. You will find nothing better for a cough or cold. Try it and you will understand why it is a favorite ufter a period of more than for ty years. It not only gives relief—it cures. For sale by all dealers. adv. Shoals, W. Va. Mrs. M**ry Perdue was celled to Huntingtou last Wednesday to at tend tne funeral of her mother, Mrs. Hawes. Miss Iupz Forbess spent a few days in Huntington with friends last week. Jay Ward of Huntingtou is vis iting H. C. Brumfield’s family. Mrs. Dellie Lunsford was call ing on Mrs. Kva Plymale Iasi Tuesday. Charlie Carroll spent a few days in Huutington last week. Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Stephens are the guests of Airs. Stephens’ mother, Mrs. Abe Bowen. VV. D. Carroll has returned home tor a short wmle from Lynchburg. Va., where be has a position as mail clerk on the train at that place John Piymale and sister, Flor ence, came home Friday evening from Wayne where they have been attending school. Dewie Workman has returned from Muncie, lud. Ira Steele of Wayne is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Abe Bowen. Mrs. John Morrison of West Huntington was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Graut Lowe last Satur* day. Delbert Brumfield passed through our town last Sunday eu route to Lynn. Airs. Frank Defoe is confined to her room with pneumonia fever. Gay Carroll, daughter of Mr and Mas. Bertie Carroll, is no better at this writing. Alarch 9. Snow Drift. QLD PAPERS FOR SALE at the Advauce Office, Ceredo, W. Va. lf. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET ____ For School Commissioner, Bong Term. L. F. MARCUM. I * Residence, Kenova, W. Va. For School CommiRnioner, □ Short Term, W. p. HARRIS, Residence, Kenova, W . Va. I. H. L. Stone. Secretary of the Board of Ldncation of the Ceredo Independent School Dintrict, Wayneoonnty, W. Va., do certify that the foregoing in a true copy of the ticket according to the nom ination* made by the People’s Party convention of said district (iiven under my hand thin 7th day of March. 1914, H. L. Stonb, Secretary of the Board of KdncAtion. FREE! Rock Olue and Star Broom Holders FPFF BR<K?M HOIV!)KRR(TIA^T f?fa Jap KO(’K OLUBandaMc ST A K \ khb make your broom last twice a* long am!' tw*wot k *°W etch °Tfor S^ppTied by Jbbben w dim!rbIU fr0r" R''y merchant- All RRtaii.brs can A Brat ti h i. Book of National Vip.w*, worth One Dollar sent Frw Poet paid to any one returning "Tiunr .» ,, r’ «*nt free. Broom Holders with 10c in spimp* We al*o w*> IifK K Htar and nalenladie* in every cty and c^ntymiliSry ™ KOOd Ra,",men .. THL NORMAN F HINFsnti Main f)ffice and Factory, Lakeland, Md.; Branch, Washington, D. C, 0 ^Brooklyn f, BERNJACLE>> V,BIBLE •STUDY'-ON PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM. Luk# 13:18-30—March 22. •Wot rvtry one that taith unto Me. l.ord. Lord, ntuill enter into the himjdom of Heav en; but he that doeth I hr Kill of My Father Khich it in Heaven.”—MatthcK 7:21. CWO illustrations of the King dom occur in this lesson. In one case the Lord likens the Kingdom to u grain of mus tard seed, which from a small begin ! ning became a large bush, in whose ; brunches the birds lodged. This evi ; dently was intended to picture theout j ward appearance of the Church—so prosperous as to invite the birds. Else where Jesus declared that the birds represented the Wicked One and his agents, ever ready to take away the seed of Truth and to work adversely as respects the Gospel program. (Matt. 13:4. IP.) In Revelation also the Great Tem her speaks of the Church as be coming Babylon, confusion, and “a cage of every unclean and hateful bird.”—Revelation 18:2. Again the Master Illustrated the ex perience of Ills Church as an ein bryotic Kingdom. His second parable tells of a woman who hid some leaven in three measures of meal, until the whole was leaven ed. Tills, Hlbio stu dents are coming to understand, sig nifies a corrupting of the Divine Mes sage—the spiritual food which God had prepared for the Church. A woman in sym bolic language rep resents a church ! system; and the Master tells us that ' c,,r v Ln . , , clean '‘Bird.” such a church sys tem will mix leaven, ferment, In the food of God's family until the whole mass will he corrupted. For be it not ed that in the Bible leaven is always used ns a symbol of sin. This pnrahle shows that the faith once delivered to the saints will lie mixed with error, until it will no longer be nourishing to the family. St. Paul pictures the same matter, saying that in the latter days “some shall depart from the faith, giv ing heed to seducing spirits and doc trines of demons.”—1 Timothy 4:1. These false doctrines are what are troubling the people of God today. Our hearts are better than our heads; for the hearts of the consecrated are in tune with the Infinite One. while the creeds of the Dark Ages are quite out of tune. The blessings coming to .Bi ble students result from breaking loose from the creeds formulated In the Dark Ages and getting back to the teachings of Scripture. The Word of God is suf ficient, that the man of God may be thoroughly furnished.—2 Tim. 3:10, 17. Some deur Christian people, looking at matters from u wrong angle, are still deceived into thinking that it is ih»h sible for the Churen. as the Kingdom of God in an einbryotic condition, to do the work which God assigns to that church in her future, glorified condition. The Called Saved. Some inquired of the Lord, Will there be but few saved? Jesus did not give a direct answer, doubtless for two reasons: < 1 > The Holy Spirit had not 3'et come, and Ills followers could not then un derstand God’s Plan thoroughly. (2) It was not due time to explain ail the particulars of the spiritual salva tion of the Church, and then later the restitution of the world to liuiuau per fection. For a certain time the door to the High (.ailing stands ajar. The possi bilities of entering were first presented to the Jews. After finding the "Israel ites Indeed" God has directf*d this se lection amongst the Gentiles for more than eighteen centuries. Apparently the gathering of the Elect is nearly completed. As soon as the last one shall have passed through the door, It will shut. About that time, a great awakening of religious thought will come to the world. In the midst of a great Time of Trouble. Then many will begin to say that they have neglected the prize. I here will be lamentations amongst this class, and a crying. Lord, Lord, are we not to be of the Bride clnss? But the Lord will disown them as res[K»cts the Bride company. Then they will t*» in great sorrow. Weep ing nnd gnashing of teeth will prevail. mnitranrrn to Mtin^ ChrUtian* I his will not be In some fnr-ofT place of eternnl torture, ns onre we suppos ♦si; but, ns the nnr rntlve Intimates, It will he rljfhf here on enrth, nmnnest n rlnss who neir lerfed the prlv Metres of the IflRh Calling when they knew of It. The Lord Intl umtes »hnt some of these will have ... w»nrn with Him nml His followers. They had n form of godli ness and claimed to have done many mighty works, yet the L»nl will dis own fhem ns respects Kingdom prlv lieges They will not have a share even in the earthly Kingdom. It will he given to the Worthies of the past who lived and died before the High falling was opened up. I lie heirs of the Kingdom will not he entirely Jewish; for Israel as a na tion was not sufflelently holy. When the call to Joint-heirship went to tin* Gentiles, some came from all direc lions to share in the Kingdom. Thus the first In privilege and opportunity failed. J i The First National Bank Of Ceredo, W. Va. CAPITAL, FULLY PAHt ~ - $50,000.00 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS. $15,000.00 IF YOU are a stranger io this community, we ante \ou to investigate our standing Anv citizen will be phased to tell you about this institution. 3% INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. The General Store No matter how small a store or where located, it should have Bell telephone service. If located in the woods or mountains, there is a greater need for the telephone. Telephone service links the out-of-the-way places to civilization. It provides a means of getting help in the case of fire, or other emergency. f Havt you telephone tnrvur* in your general ttoref ^ OTHE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC ; TELEPHONE COMPANY H. KL. ROBERTS, District Muuf«r T«L S000 422 10th Street, Huatinftoa, W. W l __ 1 Fire Insurance. FlRE! j INSURANCE » Lines from $100 to $50,000 placed with only the best Companies. T. T. McUOlIUAL, CERTDO, W. VA„ Jos. 8. Miller, Pres. B. W. Foster, V. Pres. J. Miller Jackson,Cas’r WE KEEP J Without) charge. We furnish you pass ^ OIj 1C HOOKS | and check books. Our experienced ac countants keep an accurate record of every penny you deposit, withdraw or check out, and render an accounting to you when ever you wish it. We provide burglar-proof safes and every other safeguard for your money. Conscientious service here coats yon not one cent. Can you afford not to have an account with this safe bank? Come in and talk it over today. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK~0F KENOVA.W.tA. «. •h.’Sa'SSSS l. w. MOORE lO.W. HATTENl G.I>. MILLER ■--- IL=^-H.? START The Coming Year RIGHT! — — ■—— 1 -*- - - - gUPPLY all those missing pieces of furniture from our hand some stock. Let your home be furnished oomplete with just the things yon have been wanting all through 10)3. You will find we have a Very Fine Selection in High Grade Furniture Including rugs and draperies as well in a thoroughly ,jood as. sortmenl of kinds and patterns. While we enjoyed en im mense holiday trade, we receive additional shipments of troods daily and our stock is thus kept most complete at all times Drop in and let us show you “your heart’s desire” in furniture. J.C. C.4 It TIC It & CO. Oomnlete Horne Outfitters. Undertakers and Embalmers. ®2Av9t2Nuf™ HUNTINGTON fblockck