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WORLD und everything that has life is moving, growing,
I getting better, Target and more useful The tiling that is not
moving, is not active, and nor prospering, is tin* man who eith
er wants to buy or sell something, does not know how, and is froth
with tear¥jealousy, unwilling to help himself or let others help him.
A REAL ESTATE AGENT
is a clearing house for real estate transfers and investments where live
sellers and buyers go to do business in order to promote their interests.
This ageucy is in touch with all live sellers and buyers and does no
business with those slothful in spirit and action. If you would be one
of our customers and want rur assistance call and see us. We arc in
touch with live customers and good propositions ami extend a helping
hand to those who cannot help themselves.
J. M. YORK, Real Estate Broker,
FOR SALE |
Thirty-two and One-quar
ter Acres of Land Near
Ceredo and Kcnova.
Thirty-two and one
quarter acres of land about
one mile from Ceredo and
Kenova is for sale at a
bargain. About 10 acres
of this land is cleared;
balance contains some
good timber. Soil fertile.
This is suitable for an or
chard or truck farm and
is near market
For terms inquire of
T. T. McDougal, Ceredo.
As They See It.
“I did not believe a week ago
that the German army would soon
be knocking at the gates of Paris:
to-day I am preparing for any
thing.”— Herman Kidder.
At the risk of violating our vow
of neutrality we urge Herr Kidder
to soak his head. He is at pres
ent the Most Damnable Noise.—
It is Not
Necessary to Pay
a High Price
fin order to obtain a good piano. Although
\vc sell the world’s costliest makes, yet a good
dependable instrument may be had here at
a price to suit the most moderate income.
Pianos of fine musical qualities, well made,
dependable in every way, finished in rich mahog
any, fancy walnut or the various shades of oak.
^ Remington Piano
at $275. In every respect it meets the demand for a
worthy piano at a moderate price. The tone is rich
and mellow, the action easy and responsive. It looks
i ke » much higher priced piano, and we have seen
man, pianos at $.JoO that were not nearly as good.
I ■ f,r\ Blank piano carries an ironclad guaran
tee. A small cash payment sends one home.
Smaller A/Otithly Sums Pay for It
JAMES W. POOL
315 9th Street, Huntington,W. Va.
Valuable Ceredo Property
Situate on One of the
Best Streets in Town.
A dwelling consisting of
six rooms with water and
gas and concrete walks;
also a two=story barn.
Property situate on east
side c f i r 51 Stiict Fait of
Main street, Ceredo, W. Va.
This property is nicely lo
cated, with nice shade
trees in front, and is de
sirable for anyone who
wants a pleasant home.
For terms inquire of
T. T. McDougal, Ceredo.
T. T. McIKGJGAL.
Fire and Liie Insu
rrFRF.no. \v va.
Kulh Hardwick Marcum, daugh-'
ter of Mr* Catherine Hardwick,)
was born Aug. 24. 1808. died Sept.!
8, at 5:30 p, in , at her home in Ce
redo, \\ . V a., aged 10 yeais and
1 4 day*.
She v* a* united in marriage to
Homer Burgt**n Marcum, son of
j Judge W. \V. Marcum, July 20.
1013 She wa* converted and ui ited
with the Christian church May 18,
1013. During the short period ol
her Christian carter, she endeavored
to live a quiet, beautiful life. She
was a great favorite among the
young people, all of whom loved
I er and those who knew her best
loved tier most. She w;u< a very
laithful young wife; took great
pride in her home; did all she could
to make her home cheerful and
happy. She wan very patient dur
ing her 1 isl illness, was never heard
to murmur or complain in her
greatest hour of pain.
She leaves a husband, mother,
four smters, two brothers and a host
of relatives and friend* to mourn
their loss, which is her eternal gain.
She is not dead, hut just across the
narrow stream called death.
Oh, beyond this shadowy land
\\ here all i* bright and fatr,
We kn ow quite well those dear,
Will paltus of victory bear.
Sunday School, ‘J ;30.
HKV. W. M. FALLEN, PASTOlt.
1’rayer meeting Wednesday at
at 7:30 p. m.
Preaching at 7 :30 p. m.
Sunday School at 0:30 a. m.
Kpworth League at 0:30 p. in.
Everybody is welcome.
KKV. B. S. AKKHS, I*ASTOR.
Breaching at 3 p. m. on the fir*t
Sunday and at 11 a. in and 7:30 p.
m. on the fourth Sunday in each
month. Sunday school at 0:30 a.
m. Braver meeting every Thurs
day evening at 7:30 p. in. teach
ers’ meeting every Friday evening.
Gliamberlain’s Golic, Gliolera and
“I advised the ‘boys’ when they en
listed for the Spanish war to take
Chamberlain's Cohc, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy with them, and have re
coived ninny thanks for the advice giv
en,” writes ,T. H. Hoaghland, Eldon,
Iowa “No person whether traveling
or at home should tie without this great
remedy.” For sale by ull dealers, udv.
Every man. every woman, every
child has some talent, some power,
some opportunity of getting good
and doing good. Each day offers
some occasion for using this tal
lent. As we use it, it gradually
increase?, improves and becomes
native to the character. As we
neglect it, it dwindles, withers
and disappears. This is the stern
hut benign law by which we live.
This makes charecter real and en
during; this mukos progress pobbi
bie; this turns men into angels
and virtue into goodness.
HKV. WM, FALLEN, I'AHTOR.
Prayer meeting rhurnday at 7:30
Sunday School at 10 a. in.
Preaching at 1 1 a in.
RKV. J. It. W A I,I,HR, I'AHTOR.
Sunday School 0:4'» a. m., F. K.
Way, nuperintei.dent; Preaching 1]
a. m.f and 7:30 p. in., by the "pan
tor; ^ >ung People’n Cbrintian Kn<,
deavor Friday evening, 8 o’clock;!
prayer meeting Wedricnday evening,
RKV. H. A. AKKRA, PASTOR.
Regular meetings, first and third
Sunday of each month at 11 a. rn.
and 8 p. m.; Sunday School
m., every Sunday, VV\ I.. Clardy
superintendent; prayer meeting cv.
ery Wednesday evening at 7 o’clock;
Baptist Young People’s union meet’
»»« Friday evening at 8 o’clock.
O. R OI.YNN, PASTOR.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Junior Endeavor Society 6:30p.m
Christian Endeavor 7 p. rn.
Preaching first and third Suu
day m every month at 7:30 p. m. f
a I rayer meeting Wednesday at
^30 p. m. J \
The eml is almost here. Just 3
flays and the hattle will he over.
The people are anxiously w atch
Woik of contestants now watched with intense in
terest as soon it will be known who will carry off the
prizes. Prizes are all ready, .fudges take charge of the
ballots at 4 p. m., Saturday, September 26. This marks
the closing of this great friendly struggle in which ev
eryone has worked with the best of feeling and which is
going to be even a bigger success than formerly predicted.
The Grand Prise
This handsome $450 1
King Upright Grand
Piano guaranteed for
25 years is yours if
you have the most
votes at the close of
I hink of the hours
and hours of pleas
ure to be derived
1 from this Piano if it
goes into your home.
It is worth working
LOOK OVER THIS ADDITIONAL LIST OF PRIZES:
2d Prize: Diamond Ring and
a Full Bookkeeping Course
Scholarship at the noted Busi
ness College of Bryant & Strat
ton, Louisville, Ky.
3d Prize: $40 Sewing Machine
4th Prize: $12 Webster Inter
5th Prize: $10 Household Va
C. M. Wallace, the One Price
Jeweler, Huntington, will give a
beautiful $5 Gold Bracelet.
Wild & Boette, Florentine
Drug Store, Huntington, will
give a $5.25 Self-filling Water
man’s Fountain Pen.
R. Ney Williams, Rexall Store,
Kenova, will give a splendid $5
Last club holds good until
close of contest. 198,000 extra
votes with every club of $10.00
turned in for subscriptions. No
limit; get as many clubs as you
No. 2 Pocket Folding Kodak.
J. W. Pool, the reliable dealer
in first-class Pianos and other
Musical Instruments, Hunting
ton, will give a Music Instructor
and popular Sheet Music to the
value of $5.
F. Al. Bunker, the One-Price
Jeweler of Ashland, Ky., will give
a Beautiful Clock.
O. P. Gallup, the Jeweler and
Lady’s Gold Cuff Buttons.
J he Piano and several other
prizes are now on display at the
Contest Manager’s headquarters
on Alain street, Ceredo.
L. & A. 1 weel, the Reliable
Jewelers, Huntington, gave a
beautiful $5 Necklace.
350,000 extra votes to he equal
ly divided between the two can
didates having the greatest vote
from Sept. 2 to Sept. 26, at the
closing hour. Contest manager
has accurate record of your vote
beginning Sept. 2.
Last and Pinal Semi-Weekly Extra
One period yet remains. First one opened Sept.
17 and ran to 9 p. m. Sept. 19. Second period opened
Sept. 21 and runs to Sept. 23, and the third and last
period opens Sept. 24 and runs to Sept. 26 at 4 p. m.
First period carried 99,000 extra votes; second per
iod carrie* 77,000 extra votes and third period carries
55,000 extra votes.
I heie are d lively days ahead for the contestants and
the liberal offers are fair to everyone and ^ives the low
candidates just the same opportunities as the leaders as
they stand today.
Address all communications to the Contest Manager,
Ccredo Advance, Ccredo, W. i a.
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