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The Ceredo Advance.
Entered it tbe post-office at CereUo, W. Vs. ss Necoud class matter. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 22, 1914. riioue So. 33 M rations of Ibis paptt will piesst send to tbla (iffice notices of tbelr friends visiting here or elsfwbere.—Ed.1 LOCAL N KWS Prospect* are good for fruit. Will you attend the Sunday meet inge? Clear-Up Day—May 1. Don't forget it. The new Jordan braroh bridge is completed. Sunday will be in Huntington, next Saturday. John Vcae of Callettsburg wan here on Tuesday of last week. Mr*. Henry Stark is visiting friend* at Columbus and Ma.silou, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Brown called on friends at Ashland, Ky., one day last week. Mr. and Mra. Wm. Workman were Catletlsbur^ visitor* last Sat. urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Meek of Cat letlsburg, Ky., v;*ited our town last Wednesday. Leslie Hill, who is a writer on the Charleston Gazette, was in our town last Sunday. G. VV. Thacker of Whites creek v as in town last Fiiday. We ac knowledge a pleasai t call from him. Mrs. Jesse Wright, Mrs. Walter Hensley and Mrs. Eustace Adkins were Huntington visitors last Thursday. The Grate Bros, have moved from East First street to Mrs Jen nie Wilsou’s dwelling on West First street. Dr. W. F. Brans, who was visit ing his son at Troy, New York, has returned home. He said be had a delightful visit. P. P. Lester of rear Fort Gay and C. W. Fischhach of Ports mouth, Ohio, attended Masonic lodge at this place last Friday. All the Newest Novelties in Fine Footwear just received Bruns Shoe Co., 8apr3w. adv. Callittiburg, Ky Chas. E. Walker, a prominent Democratic candida’e for clerk of the circuit court, was in town Iasi week shaking hands with those wfo expect to vote in the primary elec tion to be held May 23. C. V. Dodge recently attended the funeral of his brother-in-law, A. H. Rye, at Wheelersburg, Ohio. He was buried with Masonic honors, having been a member of Wes ern Star Lodge of Wheelersburg. New Spring Styles of Men’s Walk-Over Shoes and Low Cui Shoes just received. |3.50 to *5 per pair. Bruns Shoe Co., 8apr3w. adv. Catlettsburg, Ky. Kev. W. F. Sheppard of Hart ford City, Grsnd Chaplain of West Virginia Odd Fellows, will preach the anniversary aermon next Sun day afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Baptist church. A number of visi tors from adjoining towns are ex pected to join the local lodge in these services. A blushing young country girl went into the Bios* drug store to buy a bath sponge. She hr came so confnsed when a good looking young man asked her what she wanted that much to the amusement of the other customers, she said, “Please give ine a sponge bath.” Among the delegates appointed by Governor Hatfield to represent West Virginia on the American committee to celebrate the 100th anniversary of peace among the English-speaking peoples we notice the names of Dr, W. F. Bruns ol Ceredo and and J. M. Vorkof Fort Gay. The State Hotel Inspector is sending out special instructions and rulings on the law govering hotels. Regulation No. 1 r<quires all doors, windows, back porches or openings to be screened. This will rigidly be enforced. All cooked food shall also he kept covered or screened. All garbage or other matter from the kitchen shall be kept in a closely covered can. All hotels and res taurants shall be scrubbed often en ough to keep them in a sanitary condition. All water closets shall be dieenfteted once a week All serving tables, trays, buckets, knives, cups and all other utensils used about food shall be sterilized daily and the clothing and hand* of the cooks, stewards and waiters must he clean and sanitary. No person engaged in conducting a ho tel shall have i i his employ any A Assessing Property. I will call on you in the next few day# for a lint of vour property and would be phased if you would ar range to have the dollar capitation ready. By »o doing you will save me inconvenience and yourself an noynnce in compelling me to call again. Respectfully. H. 11. Cyhus, L>« puty Assessor. person having infections, coniage on# or communicatable diseases. Burwell Newman ot Shoals was a Cercdo visitor last wtek. Miss Clara Grady is visiting ftieuds at Nelsonville, Ohio. Mrs. Mary Thacker of Whites creek visited relatives here last week. W. E. Perdue of ShoAls, R. F. D- No. 1, was in town on business yesterday. Miss Ella Thompiou, who has beeu numbered amoug the e,ck, is recovering. Mrs. A. A. Wilson of Ashlaud, Ky-, was the guest ot relatives in our towu last week. C. A. Rowe of Portsmouth, O., has beeu a visitor in our town tor the past few days. If yon have any clothes to clean or press take them to Thuma at Huntington See new ad. in this paper. Mrs Hewitt of Columbus, Ohio, is vieitiug her sisters, Mrs. J. L. Long aud Miss Grace Hewitt, at this nlace. Since the transfusion of blood from his brother, Hon. John C. C Mayo, the Kentucky capitalist, stands a good chance to recover. A big line of Misses’, Hoys’ and Children’s Shoes, Low Cut Shoes and Strap Slippers in New Spring Styles just received. |1.50, $2 and ♦2 50 per pair. Brums Shoe Co., bapr3w. adv. Catlettsburg, Ky. Rev. Charles Crossen and others have beet\ conducting revival meetings at the Rrownstown school house of evenings for some time, with success. There have been a uumber of conversions. Harlan Smith of Irontou was in our town last Saturday. He Ras almost recovered from the injury he recently received when he fell (weuty-five feet from a smoke, stack- Mrs. Smith, who has been dangerously ill, is also recovering. Bruns Shoe Co., Catlettsburg, Ky., have just received the last shipment of their Spring Styles of Fine Shoes, Oxfords and i’umps. 8apr3w. adv. PeruRe the new advertisement in this impression of The Ceredo Merchandise Co., of which Robt. Hazlett is manager. “Boh” and bis sons take delight in treating their patrons fairly and well and by their advertisement iuvite new customers. They take country produce in exchange for goods. Help Wanted. — Ou account ol increasing business we must have rdditionai help. If there is a boy or a girl in Ceredo or Kenova who would like to learn to set type he or she should call at once at the Advance office, Ceredo. One can learn almost as much in a print ing office as he can atteudingscbool, besides in the office you receive pay as soon as you are able to earn it. tf. Bruns Shoe Co. now have the large-t stock ot Shoes, Oxford-, Colonials and Pumps ever brought to Call ttsburg. VVe now have all the Newest Novelties in Fine Foot wear. Bruns Siiok Co , 8apr3w. adv. Catlettsburg, Ky \V. H. Peters, a successful teach er of Butler district, announces his candidacy for County Superintend ent of Free Schools in this paper this week, subject to nomination by the Democratic party In primary election to be held May 23 Mr. Peters, who is a son of VV. D. Pe ters, for many years a leading Democrat and one of the county’s most highly respected citizens, is thoroughly equipped for the duties of the office. He is an industriou atndent, a painstaking teacher, a young rnan of the highest integrity and ol fine executive ability. If nominated and elected he will, with out a doubt, give the school affairs of the county a clean and capable administration, and would, by hi official conduct, justify the large measure of faith which the many friends who are urging his candida cy have in him as a man and a teacher. Blues Win. The contest at tbe M. E- Sun day School last Sunday resulted in two scores for the Blues. The school is now equipped with the blackboards for the score and also an attendance record board. The iuperintendent of the Sunday School promisee some interesting featnrea in connection with the school work if the attendance con tinues to increase. t Dr. Guthrie Exonerated. It is announced that the state board of control has examined the charge* of neglect of duty preferred by a discharged employee against Dr. L. V. Guthrie, superintendent of the West Virginia Asylum ai Huiiltrgtnti' and has exonerated the superintendent. Imposed Upon Us. Ceredo, \V. Va., April is, ’14 Mr. T. T. MoDougal, Ceredo, W. Va. Dear Editor— I beg to assure you that tht ariiele under tulo of Hunt ington, R. F. D , No. 1, which was published in the last issue of the Advance is positively an untruth. There was no party of any kind and some of the individuals men tioned as my guests in the article I i.ever before heard of. I am sure that wboeveraeted a* re porter knew there was no party and sent the article in to be published to get revenge against some one men tioned a* one of my guests. God certainly is good, but it wa* not through His goodness that ‘ Dad” was inspired to write such an ariiele, the glory of thick right fully belongs to Satan, and not to our Lord. H- spectively yours, Frkd Carry. Died. Mr*. Geo. W. Stout died last Thursday at her home at Hanover, l*a , of oancer of the stomach, aged 06 y« a s. The deceased watt the mother of Harry S Stout of thts place. Mrs. Susan Anderson died at the home ot her daughter, Mrs. H. L. Stone, early last Sunday morning Mrs. Andeisoti was about year of ag" amt had been an invalid foi several years. She had been mak ing her home with her daughter a* this place since last October. The remains, accompanied by C. A. Slone, a grand son, were taken to Newhern, Va, where the de ceased was born and raised, Monday morning tor burial. John Perdue died at his home near Shoals Tuesday morning ol tuberculosis. He had been sick for some time prior to his death of the dread disease. Th« deceased leaves a wife and (wo children. A Good Impression. Rev. J. M. Johnson of Mary Esther, Florida, arrived here last week and preached two excellent sermons at the Congregational church last Sunday—morning and evening. He is president of the Santa Academy and Industrial In stitute on the coast of Florida. Rev. Sheridan Hunch, a Congre gational minister of Atlanta, Ga., who was expected here in a short time on trial, having accepted a call elsewhere of course could not come and as Rev. Johnson will have a vacation for a few months and want ed to attend the Hilly Sunday meet ings at Huntington, he concluded to visit Ceredo. lie not only de liverer) two sermons at the Congre gational church last Sunday, but lectured at the Baptist church in th« afternoon of that day. Many who heard him were very favorably impressed and it is altogether likely that he will receive a call, until the end of his vacation, anyway. Married. Mr. Elmer Milern and Miss Net. tie Shannon were united in holy matrimony at (JatleUsburg, Ky., April 14. Mr. Milem i* an N. <fc W. fire man and hi* home is in I ronton, Ohio, while the brideis from Cyrus, W. Va. They were accompanied by the bride’* cousin, Mr*. Dona Scbrieher, of Portsmouth. They were married at the court house, in the presence of several witnesses, by Rev. I U. Brown of the M E. church. The bride and groom will reside with the bride’s aunt, Mrs. Mary llodson, 1214 Kendall avenue, Portsmouth, Ohio, lor a short while and then will go to housekeeping a' Portsmouth. Quite a crowd of friend* met the wedding party on their return home | and gave them a warm reception Refreshments were served by the bride and groom at the home of their aunt, Mr*. Mary Hudson. ** Check Your ftoril Goucjh. Thawing frost and April rain* chill yon to the very marrow, you catch cold | — head and lnng* stuffed—yon are fev erish—cough continually and feel miser able— Yon ueed !)r. King's New I)i* covery. It soothe* inflamed and irritat ed throat and lun^s, stops rough, yooi , head clears up, fever leaves, and yon feel fine. Mr. J T. Davis of Stick ney (Corner, Me., “WaMrnred of a dreadful cough after doctor's treatment amt all 1 other remedies failed. Relief or money back. Pleasant—children like it. Gel j a bottle Kid ay. 50c and fl.00, at yoni druggist. Backlen’s Arnica Salve for all sore* (▲dvartUamaat.) I Our Line of Staple Groceries Can be relied upon as being always pure and fresh. Housekeepers who know and appreciate good Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Spices and Groceries of all Kinds. \\ ill hp thoroughly- pHtihtvui with our good* aft*»r the fir»t pun-ha*-**. U •* also Iihvm h aplendid lino of GENERAL MkR< HAN DISK nmi delight to give nuti«fnrtion to our cuetouiera. ^f'ouutrv Produce taken in exchange for g ode. j The Ceredo Merchandise Co. Piles* Old Stand, Ceredo, W. Va. I - THUUIA CLEANING AND -- DYE WORKS 824 4tli Ave., Huntington, W. Va. New and Improved Machinery, Careful and Com petent Employees enables us to Guarantee all Our Work. Special attention given to parcel post or ders. Phone No. 315. ~------— KEEPS YOUR HOME FRESI-I om/ CL E AN Combination Pneumatic Sweeper' TPH[S Swiftly-Sweeping, Easy-Running DUNTLEY Sweeper cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks up pins, lint, ravelmgs, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its case makes sweeping a simple task quickly finished. It reaches even the most difficult places, and eliminates the necessity of moving and lifting all heavy furniture. k The Great Labor Saver of the Home-Every home, large or /// small, can enjoy relief from Broom drudgery and protection from U/ the danger of flying dust. ' B Duntley Is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sweepers— Ha* the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Nozzle and revolving Brush. Very easily operated and absolutely guar- A anteed. In buying a Vacuum Cleaner, why not give / the “Duntley” a trial in your home at our expense? Ik Writs today for lull particulars AUKNT6 WAN iED Dnntley Pneumatic Sweeper Company S. State St. Chicago HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE 4fter Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky.—In an interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was caned in, and his treat ment relieved me for a while, but I was >oon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle ot Cardui, the woman’s tonic, and 1 com menced taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing all my work.’* If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don’t give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman’s tonic. It has helped more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recom mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Writs to: Chattanooga Malkin* Co., t-adl**' Advisory Dapt.. Chattanooga. Tann.. for Svrciat Instructioru so your caa« and 64-paga book. Homo 1 raatmanl for Wacoan." a«nl la pl*JA vrappar. J-g* KENTUCKY NATIONAL BANlf CATLBTTBBUKO, XUNTUCKY. CAPITAL —— _ $75,000.00 OIFIF TCF B8: O. W. GUNNRLL, Pres. Chari.kb Kohhki.i,, V. PreH. Krnfht Mff.k, Caahior. nni DIB^CTOBB' Oh ah. Ruhhfll A. Mimh Krnfht Mkfk John Rubmci.l I G. W. Gunnki,?, We are in a position to look af ter Wayne county customers | with care and diapatch, I Yon Are Invited to Open An Account In Peraon or by Man A a. .a. a. * a a, Sliouls. Well, spring is here and onr farmers are all busy. Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Luther of near Huntington, spent Faster with Mr. L.’t* mother. Mrs Rebecca Luther. A. W lVrdne is working at town ot» the gas line Mrs. H. O Brumfield was the guest .of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Carroll last Monday. Charlie Kendrick of Walkers branch was calling on Mr. ami Mrs. W. C. l’er due last Thursday. Mi'S lues amt James Forbess spent lft>t Sunday with their cousin, Mrs. Wayne Hutchison. Mrs. Kflle Goodman of Kenova 1st visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs. Burl Lambert was calling on Mr. and Mrs. James MoCallister lust Tuesd *y. Saul Harman of Bnffulo has been doing some fencing for James Luth< r. Mrs (Veil Plyinale was calling ou .1. M. Plyinale’* family last week. Mr. and Mrs. .Tank Staley of Ports mouth were the guests of Mr and Mrs. Stiieo Staley last Saturday and Sun day. Com and Jay Brumfield, who are work ing at towu, spent St inlay with homo folks. Ida Gibson spent a few days in Kotl ova last^week. G. H. Qibeon of Four Po’e aud W* H„ Watts ancl boy* of Huntington spent Sunday with Mrs. H. B. Gibson. Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Brumfield wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Brum field Sunday. April 20. SWKKTIIKART. The lire insurance companies rep»» resented by T, 'I'. .Melhiugal insu against lightning, whether tiro en sues or not Lightning is liable to* damage your property any day during the summer months. Get a policy today. tf. T. T. MclM'UUAL. Fire and Lite Insu rance Agent. rKKKDO. W VA. COAL. ' Sam J. Wright, Ceredo, W. Va.f —dealer in— All Kinds of Coni. CYal delivered promptly and nat tNlactinn guaranteed. Leave order* at the Ceredo posloffioe. German American Fire Insurance Co. of Now York. STATEMENT JANUARY I, 1914. Reserve for Unexpired Risks, $9,420,86$ Reserve for Out standing Losses, 889,55$ Reserve for all oth er Liabilities, 168,637 Cash Capital, 2,000,00a Net Surplus, 9,245,855 Total Assets, $21,724.91$ Policy Holders’ Surplus, 11,245,855 T. T. McDougal is agent for this strong company. —AT THE— Advance StationeryStore Ccrt»<lo,*W. Va., (JAN bp: FOUND THE FOL LOWING: Sewing Machine Needle*, 8ewing Machine Oil, Sewing Machine Belt*, (la* Mantel* (Inverted and upright), all kind* of Ju*ticen’ Blank*, includ ing Schedule* , ()rd«r of Attachment* (with t*oid), D»ed*, Typewriter Ribbon*, Carbon Paper, Pen and Pencil Tablet*, Box Paper* , Pencil* , Typewriter Puper* , Wedding Invita tion*, Ravine** and (Jailing Card*, etc., etc., etc. Agent for Engraved Card* and In vitation*, nnd Butler A Kelley Com pany'* Celebrated Embo*«ed Invita tion*. When in need of anything in our line do not forget to call at the ADVANGE STATIONERYSTORE NfeWMk&Westem SCHEDULE I N EFFECT MAY 29.1913 WEST BOUND. LEAVE CEREtXJ DAILY. No. 17, ft :88 p. m— For Portsmouth aacf intermediate(*tatton*. No. 18, 8:29 a. m.— For WiUiani*oci and intermediate ntation*. Train* leave Kenova for (Jolnmbu* nndi Cincinnati and the we*t 2:1ft a. m., 2 :00 p.(m. daily and 8 KK) a. m. Train* leave Williamson for the norts CT2 end ea*t 4 :41 a. m. 4 :ft7 p. m. and 8:00 a. m. ^JjB^For Ticket*, Time Card*, Sleeping Car Reservation* and all informa* tion , write or call upon » neares# Agent Norlolk &cWefctern:Rallwau. W. B. Bivnx, W. C. Maunder*. Pa*s,iTr»ff4Mirr. Gen’HPan*. Agi. . Roanoke, V*. Roanoke, V*.