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The Ceredo Advance.
Entered .t the pout-office at Ceredo, W. Va.
aa second cl as. mat ter.
Phone No. 33
*• fratron. of thle pi»i ei will pit*.< set d
lo Ihia office notice, of tbelr friend, rlaltlng
here or elsewhere.- Ed.1
Pencils and Tablet* a« ibe Ad
vance Stationary store. tf.
Mr*. Glenn Hensley of Madison
visited relatives here last week.
Mrs. dames Bloss of Huntington
called on relatives here last Friday.
Mrs. W.T. Stewart of Ironton,
Ohio, is the guest 01 relatives in our
tow n.
Mrs. James Burks of Jenkins,
Ky., visited relatives here last
F. M. Cain has returred from
Parkersburg where he has been
Dr. James Bloss of Huntington
was a professional caller in our
town last week.
Why it pays to trade at Berger’s
— you save car fare. Ask for it.
20may2w. Adv.
Mrs. Jennie Duncan has returned
from a visit with fritnds at Ports
mouth, Ohio.
R. L. Blaek ot Columbus, Ohio,
visited relatives and friends here
last Sunday.
Mrs. Jack Coleman of Ports
mouth, Ohio, is the guest of friend*
in this community.
Call and see the* nice sample*
of ei graved calling cards at the
Advance Stationary store. tf.
Howard Levering of Columbus,
Ohio, was the guest of t'eredo
friends last Saturday and Sunday
Kdwin Clapp and Minihan Shoes
at Berger’s—the best on earth for
style and service. 20raay2w. Adv
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cyrus of
Portsmouth, Ohio, visited relatives
in this community the latter part of
last week.
During the month of April the
losses by fire in West Virginia
amounted to $275,550; insurance
Mrs. W. O. Franklin and children
have returned to their home at
Bluefield, after a pleasant visit here
with relatives.
Hew postmasters appoii ted in this
county: Willie Thornhill, Gra*sy;
Frank H. Fry, Stiltner; Wayne
Perdue, Shoals.
• Mr. Irgram and daughter and
Mr. and Mrs. Pool of Huntington
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R
Gum last Sunday.
The recent grand jury of this
county returned fifty-two indict
ments—eleven for felony and forty
one for misdemeanor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Kr app and
little daughter and Mrs. L. M. Mo
Jlougal of Kenoya were guests ol
relatives in our town last Sunday
Mr. and Mr*. E. H. Bixby and
daughter, Alice, and Mr. and Mr*.
J. Horn, of Ironton, Ohio, were re
cent guests ol Mr. and Mrs. J. R
The county bridge across Twelve
Pole to intersect Hrgh street i* com
plete, excepting the west-end ap
proach. Who will build this ap
proach, the town or county? And
when will High street he opened?
Will someone answer so that we
can inform our reader*?
The contest between the Reds
and Bines at the M. F. Sunday
School resulted in a tie Sunday, the
lied* winning on collections and
the Blues coming out best in at
tendance. This leaves the Blues
■ till one point ahead of the Red*.
Mrs. W. A. Kamsdell, who has
been at the C. A O. hospital at
Huntington for the past two
months, was brought home last
week. Her many friends will be
glad to learn that she is getting
along nicely ami hope her recovery
will be speedy ami permanent.
Almost enough money has been
subscribed to oil B street from
Fourth Street Fast to Second Street
West. The automobile travpl and
street car traffic create so much
dust along that street that it makes
living and conducting business there
extremely unpleasant It is said
that one oiling will keep ihe dust
down for one season or more.
J. R. Bailey, who committed sui
cide at Kenova May 15ih and who
registered from Dorothy, VV. Va.,
is not known at Dorothy—so says
Waller Hensley, who works at the
Kanawha ooun-y mining town M r.
Hensley stated to a representative
of this paper that he inquired of
a number of person* in the neigh
borhoed Ol Dorothy and that none
I of them knew anything about J. R.
Allen Wright’* dwelling has beeu
handsomely painted.
Harvey Hendrick ha* purchased a
new Ford automobile.
Tinsley Bloss visited relatives at
Ardell on Decoration day.
Mrs. Minnie Osgood of Kenova
was a caller in our town one day
last week.
Mrs. J. Q. Payne of Portsmouth
was the guest of Ceredo relatives
last week.
Mrs Max. Wright visited her
daughter, Mrs. Walter Wylie, at
Charleston last week.
Rev. B. S. Aker* attended the
Baptist association at Wayne the
latter part of last week.
Try our White Shoe* for the
hot days. 1 hey w ill make you hap*
py. Berger’s, Catleltsburg. Adv.
Mr*. Angelina Alley of Ports
mouth, Ohio, ib visiting relatives
and frieude in this community.
C. W. William* has returned to
his work near Cincinnati, miter a
visit with his family at this place.
Mr*. A. A. Wilson and daughter,
Mis* Janet, of Ashland, Ky., were
callers in our town last Wednesday.
Misses Eunice and Virginia Mar.
cum of Torchlight, Ky., have been
visiting relatives here for the past
few’ day*.
Mrs. Sarah Posten and daughter,
Miss Lula, of Nelsonville, Ohio
were guests of Supt. and Mrs. G
Otto Grady last week.
Judge Wilkinson last week seu
tenced Mink Justice to eighteen
yea*-s iu the state penitentiary for
killing Bernard Mills.
Paul Adkins has returned to his
home at Bluetield, after a pleasant
visit with his parents, Mr. aud Mrs.
W. II. Adkins, at this place.
Mr*. Tinsley Bloss and son, A1
hert, left last Saturday for northern
Ohio for a week's visit with Mrs.
B.’s sister, Mrs. Frank Sloan.
M. M. Kelley, who has been vis
iting his mother, Mrs. W. H.
Hausber, at Huntington, has re
turned to bis home at Atlanta, Ga.
Religious services will be oon
ducted at the Kenova N. & W.
shops at the noon hour every day
this week by Rev. J. M. Jobnaon
and others.
The Republicans have a good
chance to elect a part if not all
their ticket in this county this fall.
Nominate your best men and go
in to wio.
T. T. McDoUgai Still writes tira
insurance, lie represents the best
companies ami notifies his patron*
when their policies expire, thur
preventing lapetB.
Mrs. Betha Finnicum, who re
cently moved to Lewiston, this
state, visited this community las'
week. She called and renewed her
sub1 r ption to the Advauce while
With the dissatisfaction in the
Democratic ranks in this couuty
over their late primary the Repub
licans have a good show of electing
their ticket in this county this
Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Pickett and
daughter, Miss Sadie, of Winfield
have been the guests of Mr and
Mrs. J. W. Collier for the pa>*t few
days. Mr. Pickett is editor of the
Putnam leader, a splendid weekly
Mr. and Mrs. W, I). O’Neil and
Mrs. C. C. Hill of Louisa, Ky.,
were guests of relatives in this
place last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr O’Neil is a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for judge
of the circuit court in bis judicial
Rev. J. M. Johnson returned
last Saturday from a brief vi*it to
C leveland and Obcrlin, Ohio. He
says he has the promise of a minis
ter for the Ceredo Congregational
church who will come here on trial
this wepk. He has recently been
married and his bride may accom
pany nim here.
Superintendent O J. Rife,Wayne
county, reports that the patrons
of eight one-room schools have j eti
tioned their hoards to consolidate
their schools into a graded school.
Within the past two years 1 l one
room schools ha»e been consol
idated into six graded schools. 'Phis
I speak* well for Supt. Rife and the
people of Wayne county. — Educa
Wayne county is represented at
Vera Cruz in the person of Roy
Selbee, son of W. H. Selbee, of
Prichard. Mr. Selbee recently re
ceived a letter from hi* son descrih
ing ihe batfle of Vera Cruz, in
which he says: “I’ll tell yon, folks,
you don’t know how it feels to he
on the firing line, seeing the others
drop and realize that the enemy is
trying to get you next. The first
time we tired I felt fauny, indeed.”
Reception and Musicale.
An eveut of the week, charming
in detail aud perfect in arrang'
meufr, was the afternoon reception
and musicale given ye*terd)y hv
Mrs. E. R. Reiuwald at her home
iu Eighth avenue assisted hv Mrs.
C. S. Knapp of Kenova. The hos
tia*’•attractive home was radiant
with quant it tea of the season’s
loveliest blooms. Pink and white
iu the prettiest shade* were the
dominant color tones in flowers,
ices aud boubous. The feature of
paramount mterest was the an
nouncement of the engagement of
Miss May McDougal ot Ceredo, a
girl possessing ninny graces and
who ha* won for herself mauy
friends iu Huntington aud the tn
stat* section. There w*s a breath
of mystery pervading the atmos
phere, but it remained for Mrs.
Lillian Warner to tell iu song,
the old sweet story, in the follow
ing words:
“Just au old, old time love talk
Ever and always uew
Just a mating of two hearts
Hearts that are young and true.
Ou June 24th at Ceredo
May McDougal will wed
Howard Levering of Columbus, O.
rn the springtime bird* will sing
Aud Cupid his darts will fling
In Juue the mouth of weddiugs
We wish them much happiness.”
There were other pleasurable
singe by Miss Lola Carr, wbDsaug
charmingly “Poppies” and “En
treaty” while Mra. Coffman played
the ever popular “Humoresque.”
Miss Edith Davies, also a great
favorite, was heard in a group of
songs, “Jean,” “The Rosary,” aud
“When The Roses Bloom.” Mis*
Pearl Sluss, who is a pleasant
visitor, gave two readings, “A
ChineeeGirl”and “It I had Time.”
Mrs. Warner also rendered two
numbers “AU for You” and “Cel
ese,” which showed her voice to
perfection. Mrs. Herbert McMillen
proved herself a finished accom
psni-t. This was a most enjoyable
affair with compliments for these
Those presect w»re: MisaesSadie
Wright, Olhe Spurlock, Myrtl*
Stone, Grace Adkins, Herraia Mar
cum aud Blanche Bush all of Ce
redo, aud Mrs. T. T. McDougal of
Ceredo, M isses Dorothy Peroival,
Kate Smith, Pearl Sluss, Muriel
Holt, Mrs. C. 8. Knapp, Mrs. L. M.
McDougal, Miss Beatrice Kuapp of
Kenova, Mrs. J. B. Knapp, Mrs
Herman Gieske, Mrs Phelps, Mrs
Ileury Stark, Mrs. Swindler aou
Miss Bessie Martin.—Huntington
Herald-Dispatch, May 27.
Rev. “Billy” Sunday.
Rev. “Billy” Sunday, the noted
evangelist, closed a successful reviv
al meeting at Huntington last Sun
day evening. It was the greatest
religious revival ever held in this
region cf country and lasted five
During the meeting' it is claimed
that there were 6*12 convert*
and the donations and collection*
tor the evangelist the last day
amounted to $11,270.23. Of thi
last *urn $8,981 was thrown in the
collection plates Sunday and on
that day there were 925 conver
It was a wonderful meeting and
great good will result therefrom.
Jumped Off-—Was Killed.
Robert Lowe, aged about 17,
who lived at Buffalo station, jumped
off No. 17, the west-bound N. & VV.
train, last Sunday evening, be.
tween Iverson and Buffalo, and wa«
so badly injured that he died about
2 o’clock Monday morning.
Played With Matches.
The residence of T. VV. Ford at
Huntington was badly damaged
by fire last Wednesday. The chil
dren had been playing with match
On Thursday evening Misses
Katherine and Gussie Osgood of
Kenova entertained at their home a
crowd of young people who report
an hour of music production, after
which was served delicious refresh
ments, the remainder of the evening
having been spent with games of
various kinds Those pesent were
Misses Mary Moore, Kthel Cham
bers, Ruth Cook and Ressie Cham
bers; Messrs JameM Moore, Corbett
Chambers, Jack Ferguson and Her*
b« rt Chambers.
Was there whisky ns«d in the
late Democratic primary? Well,
I should smile. W hoever h» ard
i of a Democratic primary without
whisky? We learn that there were
gallons and gallms of the "kill
’em quick” used in the Wayne
County Democratic primary in
the year 1914. Of course there
A social was given by the Chris
tian Kndeavor society of the Con
gregational church on the church
lawn last Thursday evening. Ice
cream and cake were served and the
sum of ten dollars wa« realized.
] If you intend papering one room of your home or
l every room, send us your name and ad jress and
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carry a complete assortment of wall coverings from
the cheapest that are good to the best made in the
world. Call and see our line. Its a pleasure to
show you. Competent workmen furnished.
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There are times in every woman’s life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to take—Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com
posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it will do the same for you.
You can’t make a mistake in taking
The Woman’s Tonic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: “I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was
so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything.”
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.
Has Helped Thousands.
O. W. Gunn km,, Prea.
Chart,e* Rijsrrm,, V. Proa.
Krnert Murk, Caahiar.
ana ana
C HAH. Rursell
A. Vimh
Ernest Meek
John Rurrei,l
G. W. Gunvutx
We are in a position to look af
ter Wayne county cuetomera
with care and dispatch ,
Yo» Are Invited to Open An Account in Pernonof by Mali,
Trustee’s Sale.
By virtue of the authority vested in
by deed of trust bearing date the 13th. I
day of November, 1018, executed by the
Presetved Tie Company, a corporation,
to the nndei signed, Caiy N. Davis, as
truster* to secure to the' O A. WooA
Preserver Company, a oort oration, the
payment o^f those three oeitain notes
therein described. and which deed oT
trust is recorded iti thtsclerk’s office of"
tin* county court of Wavne county.
West Virginia, in Trust Deed Book No.
17, at page 387, and default having been
made in the payment of the said notes.,
and th** undersigned trustee, being re
quested so lo do by the said O. A. WooA
Preserver Company, the owner anA
holder of the said notes, will offer foe
sale at public nuotiou and outcry tn*th»
highest bidder, at the fiont door of th*>
city hall in the City of Kcnova, Wayne
oonnty , vVest Virginia, on the
at 2 o'clock (central time) in the aft-u
uoon of said tiny, the following describ
ed property, to wit:
1 engine hoist and derrick; I saw mill ;
1 2fi h. p motor (subject to vendor’a
lien); 1 swinging cut-off snw and edger ;
I 30 h. p steam engine and boiler MxHxl2 ;
II saws; 0 cut-off hand saws; 1 saw
gammer and stone; l lumber oart-two
wheel ; 1 4 wheel track cart; line shaft
ing, pulleys, etc.; anvil forgo and black
smith tools ; conveyor chain mid sprook-*
et wheels; 1 keg spikes; 1 boiler front;
Hpeevies; lOauex, do* ax handles;
1 u doz. hook roons ; fi timber carries ; lot
baud tools; 1 hog boat spikes *„x8; nm
nils rope, new, 182 ft ; fi22 feet No. 88*4
chain , 1 gasoline dram; rope, etc., on
boats ; pipe dies, tools, etc. ; 8 flr»
extinguishers, rt broad axes, 1 triplex
jack : 12wl eel borrows ; picks and shov
els ; lot of chain , lot belting, 1 scales;,
automobile engine, lot grab hooks, slip
hooks collisions ; 1 10 in scratch block r.
1 12 inch Hnrden block ; 1 each, fi Bur
den single, 1 fi douh. iron blocks ; 2 5
in. wood doub. iron blocks; l fi in. wood
doub. iron blocks; 1 10 in. sheave pul
ley; I 8 in, sheave pulley ; wite cables;
I pair log calipers; electrical parts; 6:
gasoline torches ; 1 drill press hand : 1
pump and jackshaft; blocks and lines;
pipe linings; 1 set Sin blocks and lines;
1 fi iron block ; chain dogs.
The sale to be made upon the follow
ing terms;
CUsh in hand on the day of sale.
Given under my hand this the 14thi
day of May, 1014,
Oaky N. Davis,
20 m ay 4 w Tiustee.
Notice of Trustee’s Sale.
By virtue of the nuthnrity vested it*
ine by » deed of trust Waring date 01*
the 24th day of NovomWr, 1918, execut
ed by Della V Uowtlier and O. F. IjOw
ther, h«T husband, to the undersigned
Homer E Holt, as Trustee, to secure to
Warren Berry the payment, of a certain
note therein described , and reoordt d in
the clerk’s office of the county court of
Wavue county, and state of West Vir
ginia, in Trust Deed Book No. 17, at
page 838 , the undersigned will offer for
sal<* at public auction to the highest
bidder, at the front door of the Way no
county couft house at Wayne, West
Virginia on
JUNE, 1314,
at 11 :30 a. m., the following described
real estate, sitnata, lying and being In.
DuPont Place, Wayne comity, West
Virginia. Wing lots iSO* 1 , 3. 8 , 4, 5, <V
and 7 in Block No 4, and lots Nos. 1. 2,
3,4 ft, 0,7, 8. ir. 18. 18. 14, 16, 16, IT
and 18 in Block Vo 8, as the same ap
pear D|>on a map of DuPont Place made
by the DuPont Place Improvement
Company, and Wing the same property
that whs conveyed to the said Ilella V_
Lowther by the DuPont Place Improve
ment Company et al, by deed dnted Au
gust 21 1312, and recorded in the office
of the clerk of the conn tv court of
Wayne comity, West Virginia, in Deed:
Book No. 86. Ht page 576.
Hnid sale will be made for cash.
Homkk E. Holt,
18may4w. Trustee.
Notice to C. & O. Coupon
__ /
State of West Virginia:
At a Circuit Court for Kanawhai
county held at the court house thereof
on the 25ih day of April, MU4
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Com
pany. a corporation,
vs. \ In Chancery.
A, A Lilly, et al
This day this cause came on to
heard on the order* heretofore entered,
and it appearing to the court that the
holders fit coupons redeemable in this,
canse under h previous order herein
have had ample tune in which to pre
sent the said coupons for redemption;,
and it further appearing to the court
that the commissioners heretofore ap
pointed M. F. Matheny, W. E. Decgan«
and B H. Oxley, have pi ven due and
proper notice in the newspapers of gen
eral circulation in the various countie*
through which the lines of the Chesa
peake <<fc (>hto Railway Company run,
and have sat in the raid counties to
receive such coupons.
It is now adjndged. ordered and de.
creed that the said commissioners shall;
forthwith proceed to close the account
ing in the cause on or cefore the first
day of July 1914, and that ail perrona;
holding con pons or rebate chec ks re
deemable in this cause by the Chesa
peake Ohio Rnilwny Company, a cot J
(oration, are hereby required to present:
the said coupons or rebate checks to the
aforesaid commissioners at their office in
| Charleston, Kanawha county. West Vir
ginia, on or before the said first day of"
.Inly, 1914, subject, however, to the
further order of this conrt
And the said commission rs are fur*
thc-r directed to cause a copy of this de
cree to be published in at least two (2).
newspapers of general circulation in
each count? in the state of West Vir
ginia through which the tines of the
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Company
extend, and to publish the said notice in *
any other newspaper* in which the com
missioners may think it necessary in
order to give notice to all of the un
known parties to this canse.
A true copy from the record.
Teste: Ira H Moctfshrard, Clerk
Official Seal. Kanaw ha Circuit Court.
Many an humble lover makes a.
I boss husband.

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