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CATLETTaBI^RQ, iC"E3 3sT TTJ CK-Y • CAPITAL - #75,000.00 OFFICERS: G. W. Gunnell, Ftps. Charles Russell, V’. Pres. Ernest Meek, Cuphier. wnwi DIRECTORS’ Chas. Russell A. Mims Ernest Meek John Russell (». W. Gunvkll We are in a position to look af ter Wayne county customers with care and dispatch. You Are Invited to Open Au Account in Person or by Man p FREE! Rock Glue and Star Broom Holders FREE ASK ANY MERCHANT fora 80« Jar ROCK CLUE and a 25c STAR BROOM HOLDER To advertise these useful article s, our factory arranges for them to give you both, to have you praise them to Friends . If Merchant cannot supply yon FREE write as sending 10 Merchants’ names uud 10c in stamps. Don’t forget names (ROCK and STAR). Rock Gi.uk mends ev erything, even broken hearts and pocket books. Star Bkoom Hold ers make your broom lust twice as long uud do better work. Watch for coupons. Both articles obtainable from any merchant. All reiailkks can bo supplied bv Jobliers or direct. A Beautiful Book of National Views, worth One Dollar, sent Free. Post paid to any one returning “TRADEMARK-,” Hook GlI’E and Star Broom Holders with 10c in stamps. We also want to hire good salesmen and salesladies in every city and county on salary. We also want vou to ask the Merchant for Hines’ Long Extension Han dles, with mop ottechim nt. for window washing and all high cleaning. On ly 80c: worth 60c. A-k for Hines’ Diamond Window Polish THE NORMAN F. HINES CO . Main Office and Factory, Lakeland, Md. ; Branch, Washington, D. C. T. T. 3IcI)(>lJ(jJ A L. Fire mid Life Jnsu nmee A^ent. rKitpho. w va. T. T. M<-1 )oimal si ill writes tiro insurance. II*- repiC'ents the best companies an<l notifies his patrons when iln-tr policies expire, thus preventing lapst s. Clubbing Hates. \V<* hive been clubbing thin pi per uiih the Cincinnati Daily Pont 1 or Daily Turn s Star at $2 .'>0 per i but notice has been received that the Cincinnati j aprrn named j have each increas'd the price 50 j ocntH. Hen a ter we will ►end thC ! paper and enhe. i he Cincinnati Po«t or < incinuati Tunes-Star one year for *8.00 tf. KEEPS YOUR HOME = FRESI-I atlcf2LEAN Combination Pneumatic Sweeper TH/S Swiftly-Sweeping, Easy-Running DUNTLEY Sweeper < leans without raising dust, and at the same time picks up pms, lint, ravelings, 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. The Great Labor Saver of the Home-home, large or small, can enjoy relief from Broom drudgery and protection from the danger of flying dust. * • J ~ I, ,y ,S th* F,anecr of Ptcumatie Sweepers— Has the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Nozzle and revolving Brush. Very easily operated and absolutely guar a^tCf«rs. ^u5’’l,n^’ a. ^ *cuu,n Cleaner, why not give tae Uuntley ' a trial in your home at our expense? H rite today for full particulars AG K NTS WAN 1 ED urnnh.y Pn-utnartc Sweep.r Company ^*01 8 8:ato, St Chicago Br?ef IlintH for Bright Girls. 8on»»» ote ha* suggested fifteen things that every girl cau learn before she is 15: Shut the door aud abut it soft ly. Keep your owu toonu in tasteful order. , Have au hour for rising aud r:se. Learn how to make bread as well La cake. Never let a button stay off twen ty-four hours. Always know where your things are. Never let a day pass without do ing something to make someone comfortable. Never come to breakfast with out a collar. Never go about with your shoes unbuttoned. Speak clearly for everyone to uuderstand. Never fidget or hum, so as to disturb others. Never fuss, fret or fidget. Announcements. Our rates for announcements are as follows, and must be paid iu advance: Congress.$25.00 State Senate. 15 00 Clerk County Court. 6 00 Clerk Circuit Court. 6 00 | House of Delegates. 6 00 County Superintendent. 6 00 County Commissioner. 6 00 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 Sale. A nicely located lot situate or corner of Poplar and Thirteenth ■dre» t«, K< nova, AT A BAKGAIN. Call on i he proprietor of this paper tor part iculars. tj. This Is No 8ecret. The man who 1« convinced that h« ta wise is generally merely conceited Call for Republican Pri mary Election to Select a Candidate for 5th Con gressional District and 6th Senatorial District. A primary election is hereby call-1 edto l,e held on the 18th day of Ju. ljllneu, for the purpose of seleet i' \ .^andi.late for the Republican p.rtv for congressman of the Fifth Congressional district and also to select a candidate for the Republi can party an state senator of the Sixth Senator! rl district. Said pri mary to be held at each voting pre cinct in Wayne county. I his call ia made in conformiiy with the call made by the Con^res fioal committee. J. 15. C hairman Wayne County Republi can Executive Committee. , Centerville. Health i« fairly good at tbi« writ » g Miih K'hel Smith, who has been on the sick list, we are glad to say is able to be out again. 1. "ole Joel Canterbury of Grags ton i- v i • 11 i • i g bin daughter, Mrs. Andy Clark, tl i- w. ek. hi ler W. G. Sparks ha- just re lurmd from a week’s vi it wi h friei ds in l.iuooln county. Mr. and Mrs. Leauder Ballengee were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Pyles Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Raltigh Smith were visiting Mr. Smith's sister, Mrs. W. G. Sparks, Sunday. M i-s Hilda Preston of Richardson, Ky., is visiting her sister, Mrs. llenctly Sparks, of this place. Mrs. Covi** Smith was visiting home felks one day' this week. James Molar was the guest of his sister, Mrs. 1.. F. Ilatteu, of Keu ova one day thin week. A number of our young people attended prayer meeting at the new ehurch on Whiles creek Thursday night. Mi-s Minnie Kndicott of Grags ton visited the Misses Bessie and Daisy Alley Sunday. It is very oominon to see the aidos and motor cycles running on the country road* this summer. A lacge crowd attended the funer. al of Aunt Phoeba Kigg last Tnes day. She was an old lady who was loved by all who knew her and will be greatly missed in her community. Jul/ 3. General. Severe Attack of Colic Gured. K. E Cross, who travels m Virginia and other southern states, was taken suddenly and severely ill with colic. At the lirst store he came to the merchant recommended Chamberlain’s Colie, Cholera and Diatrhoea Remedy. T\v i do-es of it cured him. No one should leav* home on a journey without a bot tle of this preparation. For sale by all dealers. adv. Shoals. Mr and Ers. Johnnie Morrison j of lluniiuginn are \i-iting relatives here this week. Cnarley Stephenson and daugh ter of 1 leach fork are visiting Mr. S.’s mother, who is vei v sick at taiH writing. Ktlie I lull and Kibel Spreaeher of Huntington were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Kay last Sunday. Inez Forbess is the guest of ft lends in Huntington. Mrs. James Estepp is visiting on Four Foie. Several of our people attended fill of July exercises at Buffalo last Saturday. Kobt. Ward of Columbus, Ohio, is seen on our streets again. Mrs. Lou Workman is vi«i ing friends in Kentucky at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hutchison visited friends on Buffalo last Sun day. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Grant Lowe, June 110, lbl4, a dauubter. “Dutch” seems to be all smiles. July 0. Sun Shink. Call and see the nice samples of engraved calling cards at the Advance Stationery store. tf. =FREE!=: ****** If you intend papering one room of your home or every room, send us your name and ad jress and we will mail you, free of charge, our sample booklet; or call and we will give you one. This free booklet shows of New Spring Wall raiiei 11^ Papers, ranging in from P!r dOUb'e :°" OC tO 35C The booklet contains full information as to styles, how to measure for papering, etc. It’s free. We 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. It’s a pleasure to show you. Competent workmen furnished. ****** Fine Art Wall Paper Store ELMER C. CRAIG, Manager 1016 4th Ave. HUNTINGTON Phone 247 JAMLS CANNON, JR., M. A., D. I>., PRINCIPAL. 20 Years Result. Ago the Blackstone School adopted t.he following MO'ITO: Thorough Infraction under positively (lirlstlan Influences at the lowest possible cost. IT is today, with a faculty of S3, a boarding patronage of 308, a student body of 138, and a plant worth $150,000, Tlje Leading Training School for Girls in Virginia. A 1 fA PAYS all charges for the year, including Table Board, A 4 p</v jK I *)ll Jt<>oin, Lights, Steam Heat, Laundry, Medical Atten- I *>ll tention, Physical Culture and Tuition in all subjects ■ except music and elocution. - Can parents find a school with a better record, with more experienced management at such moderate cost? For catalogue and application blank address t»tO. 1*. ADAMS, Secretary, Blackstcme, Va, lie member we cm secure an) ! publication in the United btaten of j national reputation lower than the publisher's price. tl. | i ... ——t— Local agents need i tic superior insurance sup plies i<>r tlioir office or customers should cor respond with the Karr.n Nor its Company, In dianapolis, publishers pt Kui'uii Notks, the leading Insurance Journal of the West, and other publications. Yours truly, II. C. MaItin, _ Koue n Notes Co No Money Needed A /o c. 4° “The S**' Bicycle A*/ Man” % The McCall Co. 236 W. 37lh Street New York Citjr / ^ Dear “Bicycle Man”: This is not a Prize Contest. Every boy /*** , Please tell m? how to . r |• , .. * ” t pct cnc cf youf high-grade "no nils out and mails the corner COU- \> / Picycle*, without money, and pon can earn this hi^h-^rade Bicycle /o for very little effort. for very little effort during spare A'*'/ Namt_ time. ASK “The Bicycle Man.” Mail this coupon TO-DAY. y Do you want this dandy BICYCLE ? /<: A.Uren ... 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