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___ Siooinnonouonooafloa — ■ - __ l>e*oted to Homo (ntereata, Local and General Nows. __VOLUME XXX CEREPO, WAYNE CO., W. VA., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY"27, 191.* _== NUMBER-#" Huntington Chamber of Commerce Condemned Resolutions Adopted by the Wayne Board of Trade. At a meeting of the board of trade of Wayne, Wayne county, West Virginia, held in the Wayne -oounty courthouse on the lith day of Janaary, 1915, the following res olutions were adopted, to-wit: Whereas, Through the columns of the Huntington Herald Dispatch of Hnntmglon, West Virginia, there to as come to oar notice that certain oorporate and business interests of the city of Huntington are attempt ing to secure the passage of an act by the legislature oi this state, now in session, to take from Wayne county that portion ot her territory known as Ceredo district, and which territory lies fronting the Ohio riv er, and between the Cabell county line and the Big Sandy river, and which includes the towns of Keuo va, Ceredo, Kellogg and Westmore land; and Whereas, It has been brought to our notice that the chamber of commerce of the ci'y •( Hunting ton, an association which represents the business interests of said city, has lent its aid to the scheme to lake away from Wayne county this cov eted territory, and in using its in fluence to cany out and complete this conspiracy, and to thereby weaken and impoverish ouroun y; and Whereas, It is a matter of com mon knowledge that the business and other interests of the city of Huntington have ail in the past profited immensely by the trade and patronage of the merchants and other citizens ot Wayne county, and for the best interests of the city of Huntington, as well as of the peo ple of Wayne county, it 19 import ant that the friendly businenR rela tionship between th< in should con tinue harmonious in the future as in the past; and Whereas, The people of W’ayne county consider any attempt' on the part of any person, company, cor poration or association, to take from Wayne county any part of or por tion of its territory as an unfriendly sot towards p 11 the people of Wayne county; therefore be it Resolved, 1. That .we, the board of trade of the town of Wayne, Wayae county, in meeting aesemb iadr emphatically condemn the act of the chamber of oommerce in lending its aid to the scheme to rob Wayae oounty of its territory, and wa further condemn the acts of any otbor person, firm, corporation or association in agitating any such scheme or in any way lending its aid to forwarding the same, and we. earnestly request the said chamber of commerce of the city of Hunting too to reconsider and rescind its acta whereby it resolved to lend it< aid to the cropping of Wayne ooun ty, and further request that it cease and desist from all its efforts to ward that end. a. That we earnestly request the land companies and other interosts and persons who have heretofore agitated this proposition to cease snob agitation and efforts to in any way impair or ohange the present boundaries of Wayne county,' or to take away from her any portion of her territory. 4. l nai in tne event said cham ber of commerce and other interests and parsons refuse to comply with this request, then we respectfully request the merchants and citizens of Wayne oounty to refuse to have any dealings whatever with the city of Huntington or any of its business interests; and we further request the people of Wayne oounty to refuse to buy from, sell to or trade in any way with any store in said city.of Huntington. 4. In the event of the refusal of the chamber of commerce and other interests of the city of Huntington to comply with this request, then we further request that the county court of Wayne county refuse to lend its aid in any way whatever to the bwilding of any road or other improvement whereby the city ot Huntington can be more convenient* ly reached by the people of Wayne county, but request that it* effort* be directed entirely toward* the building of such road* »nd other improvement* *■ will give to the people of Wayne oounty connection* with cilie* other than the city of Huntington. * 5. In the event that the inter. e*u of the city of Huntington here inabove referred to shall comply with tbie request, then we hereby pledge ourselves that we will lend oor aid in every rea«onable and le gal way to get a hard road built along and aoroas the northern end of Ceredo diNtrict, from the Cabell county line to the Big Sandy river, connecting the city of Huntington with the town* of Ceredo and Ken ova, and further *ay that the bust, nes* relation* between the people of Wayne county and the city of Huntington shall remain in the fu ture as in the past, harmonious in every particular. b. 1 hat a copy of these resolu tion* be furnished each of our coun ty papers, and the Huntington Ad vertiser and Huntington Herald Dispatch with the request of publi. cation, and a copy thereof be forth with aent to the chamber of com merce of the city of Huntington with the request of an answer there* *0. I*. II. Napier, Chairman. J. T. Lambert, Secretary. StOD the Child’s Colds; Theu Olten Result Seriouslu. Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough are children’s ailment* which need immedi ate attentiou. The after-effects are of ten most serious. Don’t take the risk— you don’t have to. Dr. King’s New Dis covery checks the Cold, soothes the Cough, allays the Iuflaniation, kills the Germ* and allows nature to do her healing work. 60o. at your Druggist. Boy a bottle to-day. adv. rifty Gallons Daily From Catlettsburg. CommiBsiouer of Prohibition F. O. Blue’s restraining order stop ping all shipments of liquor from wet territory into West Virginia will deal Catlettsburg saloonkeep ers a hard blow. Agent Rothgeb of the Adams Express company at Catlettsburg, stated yesterday that 50 gallons of liquor have been shipped into Weet Virginia each day since the state went dry. This does not include beer, on which no tabulation has been kept. Hotel keepers and saloon men were notified yesterday at Catleta* borg that no more shipments would be received. 8oine “booze” had been accepted but this was re turned when Agent Rothgeb re ceived instructions from his com pany. 8evsral of the saloon keepers stated yesterday that they did not regret the Blue order. They said more people would go to Catletts burg to buy their liquor as a re sult. — Huntington Herald-Dis patch, Jan. 21. How’s This? We offer One Hundred Dollar* Reward for any e*»e of Catarrh that cannot he cared by Hall’*Catarrh Care. F. J. CH KN KY A CO.. Toledo, Ohio. We, the underMigned. have known F. J Cheney for the paat 15 year* and believe him perfectly honorable In all bu«lnea* tranaao tlonn and financially able to carry oat any obligation* made hV hi* firm. Waldiso. kinnan a Marvin, .. ... „ . Druggl.U, Toledo, O. Hall’* Catarrh Cure I* taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mnoou* aurface* of the *y*iern. Testimonial* eent free. Price 75 cent* per bottle. Hold by all druggUt* Take Hair* Family Pill* for eon*tlpatlon OavwttoMHSt) Ask Reimbursement. Charlestown, VV. Va., .Ian. 20.— It became known here today that brewery interests forced oat of business by the enactment of laws under the prohibitory amendment, will ask the state to reimburse them to extent of *300,000, a bill with that provision having bi'en prepared for introdnction into the senate. They hold that since the state granted them charters to operate tor a period of twenty years the state should pay for the time taken , away by prohibitory amendment. — Important. Bear in mind that C ham her Iain’s Tab lets not only move the bowela hut im prove the appetite and strengthen thf digestion. For ssde by all denim, adv j Convicted of Conspiracy. Ashland, Ky., Jan. 22. —M. F. Borders, hotel proprietor, today was fonud guilty of beiLg at the head of a conspiracy to kill H*rry Dingmau, a boarder, for his iu*ur* auce money of *7500 Diugtnau was induced by Nor B y* aud another boarder at Borders’ hotel to take a freight train ride, and was shot aud dangerous* ly injured by Bays, who later coo fessed aud was sent to he peuiteu* tiary for two years. Remarkable Gure of GroiiD, “Last winter when my little boy had croup I got him a bottle of Chamber lam i Cough Remedy. I houestly be lieve it sared his life,” write. Mrs. J u. Ux>k» Indiana, Pa. “It cat the phlegm and relieyed his coughing ■peli.. I am most grateful for what this remedy has done for him.” For sale by all dealers. adv. Spoke to “Pete” First. Unable to speaic for nearly a year, Mrs. Grace Lambert of Tole do, Ohi), recovered her voice when she called ‘‘Pete,” the family cat. to breakfast. A “Diviue healer * cured her, she says. Babe Burned to Death. Pt. Peasant, W. Va. Jan. 22.— L«ona, 4, daughter of Milton Huff man, of Graham 8'ation, thisonuu ty. waa burned to death when her olothea oaught fire under a kettle in the yard. Her older aister, iu trving to remove the little girl’s clothing, waa burned on the handa and arm*. “Booze** Sent Back. Gallipoli*. 0.. Jau. 22 —Liquors shipped from Ohio into West Vir ginia through hereon the Kaua whn it Michigan Railroad ynater t«rdav wore returned to *hlp pera today a* agent* refused to ac cept the good*, owing to a recent deciaiou of the United States court of appeal* which places a ban on all liquor shipments into that state Party Invitations. We hive just received some beau tiful invitation* to be used by youngsters for parties ot any kind They are partially printed and are cheap. Call and nee them at the Advance Stationery Store, Ceredo, W. Va.tf. NOTICE! Notice is hereby given that there will be a mass meeting of the citizens of Ceredo District, who are opposed to the movement of cutting off Ceredo District and attaching the game to Cabell county, at the City Hall, Kenova, Friday, Jan. 29, 1915, at 2 o’clock, P. M., Eastern Time. The members of the County Court will be present to confer with the citizens regarding the necessary steps to be taken in the mat ter. This question at this time is of the ut most importance to the citizens of Wayne county in general and to the citizens of Ce* redo District in particular, and every citi zen opposed to this “cut off*” movement is urged to devote the day to the meeting. BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE. Possum Hunters Are Busy. Leitcbfield, Ky., Jan. 22.— Miss Nellie Duvall, 19, living with her father, Miles Duvall, near here was whipped by a band of five men last midnight. The girl was alone iu the house with a small sister, when men with facet blackened dragged her out mud whipped her with switch es. Mrs Busan Blanghter and son, Ernest, received a bundle of! •witches and a note warning them not to “meddle with any one's business.” Ths note wae signed “Poesnm Hunters.” Austin Bevil and Lonnie Renfro, of Leitcbfield, and McKinley Stepheneon, of Elizabethtown, were arretted. They deny com plicity in the affairs. ♦ --- Children's. Gouohs — Children’s Golds tsoih Are Serious. When one of yonr little ones shows symptoms of any approaching Gold, give it Dr. Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey at once. It acta quickly, and prevents the Gold grow ing worse. Very healing—soothes the Langs, loosens the maooas, strengthens the system. It’s guaranteed. Only 2«o. at your Druggist. Buy a bottle to-day. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve for Sores. (Adrsrtls——t.) Will Cross 18 Roads* Portsmoub, O., Jan. 19.—Ches« apeake Sc Ohio Northern officials asked county officials for permis sion to cross 18 roads in building a new road from the Ohio River to Columbus. Best Gouon Medicine lor Ghlldren. “Three year* ago when I was living in Pittsburgh one of my children had a hard cold and coughed dreadfully Upon the advice of a druggist I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it benefited him at once. I find it the best cough medicine for children be cause it is pleasant to take. They do not object to taking it,” writes Mrs. La fayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This remedy contains no opium or other nar cotic, and may be given to a child as confidently as to an adnlt. Sold by all dealers. aAi, Shot Kills Boy. Clarksburg, W. Va., Jan. 19.— William Kittle, a Western Union messenger boy, is lying in a hoa pitsl of a pistol shot in the abdo men, reoeived last midnight. Lloyd Munford, a negro hotel porter, ia under arrest, tba police charging he fired the shot at a ue gres# with which he was quarrel, ing at a dance hall on Montaoello ave. Theahot, officers think, went wild and hit the boy. Munford was jailed by a sheriff’a poase. Ashland Brakeman Killed. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 23.—Slip ping on ion-covered oar, VV. W. Barnhill, aged 33, brakeman, of Ashland, Ky., tell to death here early this morning. Four oars passed over hie body and be was badly mangled, living long enough to send a farewell and bis waloh to hia wife. Body was taken to Ash land to day for burial. Francis; That's All. Washington, Jan. 28.—Presideut Wilson’s grandson will be nemed just plain Francis Sayre, alter bie lather. ^ 4 His father and mother decided to day not to give him any middle name, and to follow the president's desire to preserve his individual^j by not giving him either the title of Woodrow or Wilson. Kentucky Jail Full. The greatest number of prison ers within the history of Boyd county, Ky., are in jail at Catleits burg. Thirty of them are federal prisoners, while the others are most all awaiting trial for various mis demeanors This will be the heav iest docket tried out at the coining circuit court witain the history of that oouniy. Truinis tor Neuralola. ThouHaudH of people keep on HufTering wit h Neuralgia becanne they do not know what to do for it. Neuralgia is a pain in the nerves. What yon want to do is to soot he the nerve itself. Apply Sloan’s Liniment to the snrfooe over the painful part—do not rub It in. Sloan’s Liniment penetrates very quickly to the sore, trri tatedpierves and allays the inflammation. (Jet a bottle of Sloan’s Liniment for 25 oents of any druggist and have it in the house—against Golds, Sore aud Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ail ments. Your money back if not satis fled, bat it does give almost instant re lief. adv. — - -- - Fifty Barrels Lasted Court 47 Years. Washington, D. C., Jan. 20.— Aa interesting decision of the United States Supreme court was the closing of litigation over 50 barrels of whiskey, which has lasted for 47 years. Forty.seven years ago the suit between the govern ment and Gaspard Theurer and bis heirs, was instituted, and it has dragged along, being reopened from time to time, until the supreme court decided this week that the contest bad been forever ended by the death of Tbenrer. The sail was broegbt by tbs government to condemn the whiskey as having been illegally removed from a dis tillery. 1 beurer lost the case, but was granted an appeal to the supreme court in 1870. He lost bis papers, and after 30 years of apparent for getfulness on the part of the gov ernment, they sought to revive the suit against the heirs of the estate. MANY DISORDERS COME. EROM THE LIVER Are You Just at Odds with Yoursetl? Do You Regulate Llvlno? An you som times at odds with your Mlf and with the world? Do you wonder what ail* you? True you may be eating regularly and sleeping well. Yet some thing is the matter I Constipation, Head ache, Nerrousnees and Bilious spells in indioate a Sluggish Liver. The tried rem edy is Dr. King’s New Life Pills. Only Sfic. at yoor Druggist. Bnoklen’e Arnica Salve for 8kin Erup tion. edv. --- 3 Governors In 4 Days. Columbia, 8. C., Jan 19 —Booth Carolina today enjoyed its third Governor in four days. Richard I. Manning, who defeated former Governor Cole L. filease, was to day inaugurated, succeeding the lieutenant governor, who hee been aoting since Bleaee eummarily re signed last Friday. you have resolved to exeouta, prepare to do ao. WEIL TO BE TRIED MARCH l(T> Attorney Charged With Bribery Out on $35, OOO Bond. Charleston, W. Va., Jan. 20._ The trial ef A. Leo Weil, of Pitta burgh, Pa., attorney for the Menu, facturers* Heat and Light Co., charged with an attempt to bribe members of the West Virginia Pub. lio Service Commission in connec tion with a gas rate aohedule in West Virginia lowua, has been set for Maroh 10. The trial will be condnoted be fore Judge Black, of the interroe. diate court. Weil gave two* bonds of #10,000 each and two of #2,600 each for his appearance. His sure ties are H. B. Smith, K. G. Hub bard and I. C. Loweustein. The date of the trial was de cided upon today at a conference held between the proseouting at torney and Weil's counsel. Free Trip to San Francisco Exposition. The Southern Woman's Magazine ih offering a trip to Pauama.Paoi Bo Exposition with all expenses paid by them. Full iuformatiou will he sent on request. Write, Manager Exposition Tour, South ern Womau's Magazine, NaBhville, Tenu. Examinations for Element tary Diplomas. Teachers having pupils, who ex* peel to lake the diploma examina tion February 4-5 should write me at once the number of applioanle they expect to have. We are ar* ranging to have examinations held at any and every school that makes request. The teachers are ex pected to conduct the examination in connection with their regular school work. No need to dismiss the other pupils but go on with the regular work except those taking the examination. Teachers should see that there is no cheating or un fair work praotioed. Pupils, who oomplete the eighth grade ibis year should urge tbeir teacher* to writ* for questione. Other examinations will be held on Maroh 25.20 and on May 18-14. Teacher* will mail manuscript to me for grading. These diplomas entitle the holder to enter any of the state normal schools and many of the denominational schools. Very truly yours, O. J. Rikk, Nupt. Schools. 1-13. adv. Centerville. We are having very disagreeable weather. It haa either been raining or snowing every day for the past week, and our oonnty roads are in a very bad shape. Mra. 8aint Rutherford of'Hont* ington ia visiting her parenta, Mr. and Mra. W. J. Smith, this week. Mra. W. G. Sparks and Mra. D. J. Sparka were the guesta of Mrs. Alex Murphy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Mnrphy, Jr., visited Mra. M.’a parenta, Mr. and Mra. G. T. Perdue, of Gragaton, Saturday and Sunday. Theodore Toney,who is working on Big Horrioaue, apent a few daya with hia family at this plaoe last week. Mr. and Mra. Andy Clark moved iato their new dwelling one day this week. Andy, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. George Clark, has been in disposed for a few days this week, but is better. James Molar, who baa been suf fering with an attaok of tonsilitis, baa about raoovered. C. R. Pyles is vary ill at thia writing with bronohitie. W. P. Pyles haa been slightly indisposed for the past weak. Lexis, the little daughter of Mr. and Mra. Joe Philips, died at her borne near this plaoe Jan. 30. Jan. 28* Gkitkbal.