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The Ceredo Advance.
Entered at the post-office at Ceredo, W. V«
■" as second class matter.
l'liono No. 33
dWt'alroua of Hits papei wit< please send
o this uB'.t? notices of their friends visiting
isreor elsewhere.—Kd.1
E. U. Roberts of near Dunleith
was a visitor here yesterday.
Mr*. Elizabeth Miller of Hinton
is visi ing friends iu our town.
MrmXJ. S. Brown was a Huut.
inut^n vi-itor oue day last week.
Jsditor (). J. Kife of Wayne was
/ ouk lowu the ti.stof last week.
Mrs. C. A. Brown was a bnsi
iess visitor at Huntingtou last Fri
Mrs. M iry Pinson of Portsmouth,
Jhio, is the guest ot relatives at this
Miss Pauline Harris of Neal' was
,he guest ot friends here last
T. J. Booth of Whites creek was
a business visitor in our town yes
Mrs. T. J. Burke of Sciotoville
s the guest of her sister, Mrs. Hat
tie Grady.
Circuit court at Wayne this week.
Several citizens of this vicinity are
Mrs. H. M. Piles of West llunt
ngton was a Ceredo visitor last
Many Wayne county teacher are
itteudiug the Institute at Huu
mgton this week.
Misses Arms and Dollie Stewart
ire > Filing their tester, Mrs. Chps
iigley, at Cincinnati, O.
Mrs. Will Cowie and Mrs W. E.
iVilaon were Catlettsburg visitors
>n Tuesday of last week.
All who purchase $2.00 worth
>r more get car fare paid at
4er<;er's, Catletteburg. 5aug2wadv.
Mrs. Clarence Chapman and chil
Iren have returned from a visit with
el^tives and friends on Whites
Mra^^lenOsgood. of Iluniiug
on and daughter, Mrs. Vrauk But
er, of Kuesell, Ky., were Cer%do
ieitors last Wednesday.
Mrs. William Workman aild
ihildren left last Thursday for
’leveland, Ohio, where they will
emain for several weeks.
Misses Fay Stewart, Alberta
Yiigbt and Bessie Marcum were
guests of Attorney and Mrs. Fisher
icaggs at Wayne last week.
Contestants, be sure to write to
ill your friends whom you cannot
lee. You can get subscription
.nywhere in the United States.
C. A. Wiigbt of Williamson is
ipending his vacation with relatives
lere. Carl’s many relatives and
riends in Wayne county are al
vays glad to see him.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown and
ittle daughter of Portsmouth, O.,
lave been visiting in this communi*
y for the past few days. They
same up in Mr. B.’s auto.
Thomas Evick has purchased lots
from the Hoard Bros, on the south
dde of the C. & O. K’y tracks and
>n west side of Maiu street and is
preparing to build a warehouse on
Mrs. T. T. McDongal, who has
been the guest of her daughter,
VIrs. Howard Levering, at Colum
bus tor the past mouth, returned
irrae yesterday evening.
C. K. Burchiua!, the gsntleman
y contest manager, is working
aard to make the big contest a
luccess and he ia succeeding, too.
Some ladies will win handsome
Mrs. H. K. Stewart and children
have returned home after a very
pleasant visit with Mrs. 8.’a sister
Mrs. A. Cooper, near Sewell.
They also visited Mrs. E. T. Hin
kle at Locust, this state.
Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Bruns and
Miss Nellie Bruns of this place and
J. 11. Lambert and Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Lambert of Kenova attended
the funeral of the little son of Mr.
and Mrs. K. C. Lambert at Whites
creek last Wednesday.
We are sorry to learn that Mrs.
A. J. Nunn, who recently under
went an operaiion at Kissler’s hoe.
pilal at Huntington, does not iro
prove as it was thought she would.
Her physicians, however, still hope
for her complete recovery.
(41enn Ford Mott, editor of the
8andy Valiev Call, is doing an ex
tensive hu-iness at Catlett*burg,
Ky., in the job priming line. He
recently purchased a splendid new
Chandler <fc ('rice job press j\nd op*
j erates his machinery with individ
; aul electric motors.
Miss Elizabeth Werth is visiting
> fiiends at Wayne.
Ed. and Frank Wright have re
turned from Van Lear, Ky.
C \V. Thomson of Kenova made
this office a brief call last Saturday.
M ra. \\ alter Robinson is quite
I sick at the home ot her parents in
Mrs. /din Wright and daughter,
Haz 1, visited friends at Wayne
P. H. Brumfield of near Duu
leitb whs in towu on bueiuess last
The Modern Woodmen will meet
in regular session tonight. Refresh
ments will be served.
Miss Florence Staley has return
ed from a visit with relatives aud
friends at Portsmouth, Ohio.
Rev. and Mrs. Win. Fall* n at
tended the ice cream supper on
Docks creek last Saturday eveuing.
Wm. Jackson and family of
near Wavue were guests of rela‘
tives iu this community the latter
pait of last week.
-Mr. and Mrs. (-teori»e Huff have
moved here from Gragston. They
occupy rooms in the Johusou Hens
ley building on B street.
All members of the Jr, (). U. A.
M., are requested to be present at
the regular meeting Friday evening,
as business of importance is to be
The Sunday Schools of the Cere
do and Huntington Congregational
churches picnicked at Camden park
last Friday afternoon. They had
an enjoyable time.
A E. Toney of Portsmouth,
Ohio, was a Ceredo visitor last
Wednesday. The Advance ac
knowledges a pleasant call from
him on that day.
Ou account of having to publish
the EetimatPS, which were not
prepared by the muucipal bodies
until Tuesday, the Advance is
necessarily a little late this week.
(Tn Tuesday afternoon of last
week Mrs. Charles Marcum and Miss
Anna Evans gave their Sunday
School classes a picnic at Camden
park, where the young folks had a
delightful time.
Mrs. John Crabtree and two old
est children left the latter part of
last week for Parkersburg to meet
Mr. Crabtree, who had been visit
ing at Atlantic City, and will visit
Cleveland and other northern cities.
Miss Lina Watts of East Lynn
having sent in the greatest number
of subscriptions during the “Boos
ter Period,” which closed at six
o’clock, August 11, was awarded the
bookkeeping course scholarship,
worth one hundred dollars.
The young ladies composing
Mrs. Alice Scaggs’ 8uudav School
class of the M. E. church will
kive an ice cream social at the I.
O O. F. building Thursday even
ing. “Boys, take your gals; aud
gals, take your fellers.”
Tobacco and Cigar Salesmen wanted
o Advertise Experience unnecessary.
>, 00 monthly and Traveling Expenses
Advertise Smoking Tobacco, Cigarettes,
Cigars. Send 2c. stamp for fall partic
ulars. Hemet Tobacco Co.,
S0jnlj20w. New York, N. Y.
Word has been received from
Gus Smith, brother of Ed. Smith
of Ceredo and W. W. Smith of
Huntington, that he is unable to
gi - away from Paris, France,
where he has been for a year or
Among the Ceredo people who
attended the supper at Bethel church
on Dock* creek last Saturday even
ing were the following: Mrs. Clara
Morrison, Mi-*ses Mary Cole, Ollie
Hensley, Nellie Tuvlor and Maud
Hazlett; Messrs. John Grate, Ed.
W’illiams, Claude Hazlett and John
Ferguson. They went in the “hay
ride” fashion and had a jolly trip.
Mrs. Louisa Wright had as her
guests on Tuesday evening of last
week Mrs. Helen Osgood of jlunt
ington; Mrs. Lee Buckner, Robert
and W illiam Buckner of Lexington,
Ky.; Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Lottie
Wright, C. A. Beinkatnpen, Wil
liam Stra»sell, Mi-ses Marie and
Lillian Bienkampen and Edith
Strassell. The evening was de
lightfully spent in listening to
splendid music rendered by some of
the guests. Delicious refreshments
were served before the guest* de
parted for their homes.
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Farmers’ Institutes.
Don’t forget the Farmers’ in*ti
' tutcs to lie held in this county on
; the folio* ing dates ;
May’s Chapel (Lavalelte), Aug.
ust 17-18.
Hpurlock (Memoral), August 19
Centerville, August 20-21.
Dnnleith, August 24-25.
At angemt ote are being o.omj leted
I for excellent meetings at each of
these place* and every farmer should
| attend if at all possible.
The Cong’l So« ill circle will meet
.with Mm. Win. Co» ie on Friday
afternoon at 9 o'clock. A full at«
tendance in desired, as business of
! importance is to be considered by
tbe circle.
The Gase ot L. L. Gantelou.
The ease of L. Ij. Cantelon, Claren
don , Texas, is similar to that of many
others who have used Chamberlain's
I Colic, Choleru and Diarrhoea Remedy.
He sttvs, “After trying a doctor for sev
eral months, and using d’ffereut kinds
of medicine for my wife who had been
troubled with a severe bowel complaint
for several mouths, I bought a 25c bot
tle of Chamlx "Iain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. After using the
second bottle she was entirely cored.”
For sale by all dealers. adv.
All Europe is now in arms. On
the one hand Austria-Hungary
and Genuauy are opposed by Kus
-«ia, France and Great Britiau,
Servia and Montenegro.
Italy has declared her neutrality
but is mobilizing. Belgium, Hol
land and Swi zerlaud have mohtl
zed. The German demaud that
the Relgiuui government should
permit the free passage of tier
man troops thro* Belgium was an*
swered bv hasty preparations to
resist such an advauce across Bel
gium territory.
Bwedeu has made no answer to
inquiries trom Russia and Ger
many regarding her attitude but
is preparing to defend her ueu
trality. Japan is making ready
to live u|^to her ulliance with
Great Britain in case of certain
eventualities. Spaiu is reported
to be preparing a proclamation of
Austria Hungary, for the mo
ment, has retired from her cam*
paigti against Servia lor the pur
pose of holding hack Russia, and
Servia has mobilized with the re
ported luteutiou of invading Bos
A big battle is momentarily ex
Summer Goughs Are Dangerous.
Summer colds arc dangerous They
indicate low vitality and often load to
serion* throat and lung troubles, in
cluding consumption. I)r. King’s New
Discovery will relieve the cough or cold
promptly and prevent complications. It
18 soothing aud antiseptic and makes
you feel better at ouoe. To delny is
dangerous—get a bottle of Dr. King’s
New Discovery at once. Money back if
not satisfied. oOc aud $1.00 bottles at
your druggist. n,lT.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thauk our neigh
bors aud many friends fer the
kiuduens and assistance 'hey have
shown us during the sickness and
death of wife aud mother, but we
fail to find the words to express
our feelings. We are thankful.
W. E. Paine and Children.
The Twentu year TesL
“Some twenty years ago I used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy,” writes (»eo. \V.
Rrock, publisher of the Enterprise, Ab
erdeen, Md. “ I discovered that it was
a quirk aud snfe cure for dianhoea.
Siuce then no oue can sell mo anything
said to be ‘just as good.’ During all
these years I have used it and recom
mended it many times, and it has never
disappointed anyone.” For sale by all
dealers. adv.
To Mr. and Mrs. Virgil liurke,
Tuesday, July 28, 1914, a son.
To Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Staley,
Wednesday, July 29, 1914, a son.
To Mr. and Mrs. Clyde liillups,
August 8, 1914, a son.
$100 Reward $100
The render* of this psper will be pleaded to
learn that there I* ut leant one dreaded dis
ease dial science baa been able to cure In all
It* stages, and that I*Catarrh. Hall's Cstarrh
Cure In Iheonly positive cure now known
to the medical fraternlly Catarrh being *
constitutional disease, requires a constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Core Is
jakeu In'Trnally, actinic dlieet'y upon ihe
Dior*! f d mucous surfaces of Ihe system,
beieby denroylng tiie lotindat'on of the
disease, and rjlvlng the patient strength by
building up Ihe constitution and assist.ng
na.nre In doing Its r-ora. The proprietors
have so much faith In Its curative powers
that t ey offer One Hundred Iroilars for any
case that It falls to cure. Mend lor list of
Address K. .1. CH F.N F,V A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists 75c
Take Hall's Family fills for constipation
< Advrtlas—»
Be sure to read all about
the great prize contest.
Baltimore & Ohio
Saturday, Aug. 22,1914.
Special Train will leave at 8:25 p. m.
. •
■ Can IToh Head
Between tlie Lines?
The policy of this store will not
permit us to use comparative pri
ces, hut if you can read between
the lines—if you can tell when a
woman’s No means Yes-if you
can recognize opportunity without
a set of plans—we shall not have
written this advertisement in
S32, S30, $28, $25, and $22
The rest ot the story should be
Action, which we leave to you to
supply. But as a parting shot,
we suggest that you consider the
season that is yet before you, the
vacation you are bent on, the fact
that these are Northcott-Tate
HagyCo. Clothes, and, finally, all
that that name implies in work
manship, in finish and in style.
926-928 Fourth Ave.t Huntington, W. Va.
Strong Christian Influence. High Standard of Work.
Department*; college, Aeademjr,
N ormal, M u»io. Art,Oratory, t 'om
merre. PTrat tirade State Certlf
h-ale without Kxamtnattnn to Nor
mal tiradnalea. Model Town. No
Saloon*. Healthful Modern llulld
higa, Strong Kaeiilty, Very Inex
|H-nalre Itiilletina free. Inreatl
gate thla College.
tiyniiianttnn, New 1913
Jlnyutonu Ntjch^- 1J*11, >t>v \ji \
JAM MS CAN NOV, -lit., M. A„ I». I>„ I'ltINt IP.YL.
£^ £\ A ’o ‘he Dla^k^one School adopted Pie following
. J Y £2* Y MOTTO: Thorough ln*dnict Ion under positively
* w < hristinn InHutncn at the- low«st pisulltle ii»M.
IT Is today, with a faculty of 33, a hoarding patronage of
l\CoUIl« 3flH, a student body of IZH, arid a plant Worth* $1.10,000,
The Leading Training School for Girls in Virginia.
(J% *| f*/\ PA YS all charges for the year, Including Table Hoard, •* p A
ffc I *>|l Room, Lights, Steam Heat, Laundry, Medical Atten- \ I S|1
* W tentlon, Physical Culture and Tuition in all subjects “ AW
« — . ISZ except music and elocution. ... ■ ... SS
- Can parents find a xHhkiI with a better record, with more experienced
ma jageriicnt at ‘null moderate cost? l or catalogue ami application blank
adi Ha OtO. P. ALt.VIM, Secretary, UkwMkMv Ta,
Printing Office for Sale.
1 have for sale one Cottrell Cylinder
printing press, large size ; oue job print
ing press ; one paper cutter, job, news
t aper and advertuiug type, wood and
metal furniture, two seven - column
chases, one 3-hotse power electric motor,
A big bargain will be g'ven the pur
chaser if sale is made before September
For particulars see T. T. McDougal,
Cert do. W. Va.
♦ -•— "■ —
Lincoln District Republi
can Convention.
Pursuant to u call of the «Vavn>*
County Republican Executive
Committee a R publican district
nominating oouventiou was held
«>t Dunlow, \V. Va., on August
S. 1914. Th« object of said conven
tion was for the purpose of nom
linating a president of the board of
educati n and one member of the
board of education. Said conven
tion was culb’d to order by J. ('•
Webb, district chmrmnn for Lin
coln dirt riot, who call' d Richard
Damron as temporniy secretary.
On motion anil second the con
vention proceeded to nom:uatn a
president and a member of the
hoard of education. The follow
ing named persons were placed in
nomination for president of the
board of education: G. W. Prinoe,
Randolph Mills, Sr., and C. C.
Perry. A Iso the following persons
wore placed in nomination for
member of the board of education:
William Salmons and L. B. Mar
On motion artd second each can
didate was allowed to select one
man to servo as an election officer,
said officers being sworn to see
thst a fair election is held
The convention proceeded to vote
by secret ballot. All votes having
been cast, too election officers pro
ceeded to count the votes and
found the result as follows:
G. W. Prince received 44 votes.
Randolph Mills received 40 “
C- C. Perry received 22 “
Therefore G. W. Prince was de
clared nominated for president of
the board of education.
William Salmons reo’d 58 votes.
L. B. Marcum “ 48 votes.
Therefore William Salmons w s
declared nominated for member
of the board of education.
There being no further business
before the convention on motion
the convention adjourned.
J. C. Wkhii, Chairman.
Richard Damron, Secretary.
This Week’s Program
AT Til K
Gem Theatre
Kenova, W. Va.
Thursday Evening,
“In the Hands
of a Woman.”
Friday Evening,
“A Mother of Men.” (War
Saturday Evening,
“The Last Cihost Dance.”
me wens Hotel
French Lick, Ind.
Mrs. EFFIE ELROD, Prop’r.
Best Hotel at French Lick
for the Price—$2.00 per
Day. $10.50 per
The Wells is delelightful
Iv located near Pluto Springs
and its cuisine and dining
room service are splendid.
No. 17, 6:46 p. m—For Portsmooth and
intermediate stations.
No. IR, 8129 n. m.— For Williamson
and intermediate station*.
Train* leave Kcnova for Oilnmhn* amt
Cincinnati and the we*t 2:20 a. m..
2 :06 p. m. daily and 6 :00 a. m.
Train* leave Williamson for the nortn
and east 4 :4I a. m., 4:57 p, m. and
6:00 a. m.
&F" For Tickets, Time Card*. Sleeping
Car Reservations and all informa
tion, write or call opon nearest
Norfolk & Western Rallwau.
W. B. Bkviix, W. O. Sai’ndfrs,
Pae^JTraff. M<r. Gcal Pass, atft.
Roanoke, Va. • Roanoke, Va.

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