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WHERE WAS THE
DRY MR. JIGGS?
One Hundred Qallons of
Tangle Foot Emptied
Into Sewer.
Charleston, W. Va., Feb. 8.—
To make room for new confisca
tions of liqurr being collected
daily by the offioers iu enforcing
the Yost prohibition law, 8heriff
Bonner Hill today emptied one
hundred gallons of whiskey and
several gallons of bear into the
sewer. The liquor had been col
lected at various periods aud held
as evideuoe at the oouuty oourt
Jiouse.
while the emptyiug process was
progress Laidiey Aileu, mar
dl of the town of Eskdale, Kan
■a county, brought id four Ital
^■rho had 55 quarts of whis
|H their poesesuiou. They are
Hid with bootlegging. Two
Kuers also were captured yes.
By at Cabin Creek Junction
B ten gallons of whiskey in
B possession.
■ The Legislature.
Hrleston, W. Va., Feb. 12.—
■ legislature is still busily
Brk. While but few of the
■•wide laws promised the peo
B> tbe party platforms have
Bd many are being pushed as
iIH^ possible aud doubtless
laws.
passed the Bless
bill, which was
a c .u pie
provides
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KENOVA
SEWS
Personal Mention of Peo
ple Whom You Know
and Don't Know.
Quite a number of the children
here have measles.
J*>s. 8. Miller transacted business
at Huutingtou Thursday.
Mrs. W. B. Morris is rooveriug
from an attack of la grippe.
Miss Celesta See of Louisa, Ky.,
is visiting friends in oar city.
W. P. Ferguson recently trans
acted business at Catlettsburg.
Mrs. W. K. Wilson was recently
the guest of Huntington friends.
F. F. Badgley .was a business vis.
itor at Catlettsburg last Monday.
J. T. Breeoe of Portsmouth trans
acted business iu our city last week.
Frank Moore of Huntington was
a recent business visitor to our city.
Wm. Jackson of near Wayne
was a recent business visitor to our
city.
Mias Kathleen Holt waa the gumt
of Ceredo friends Thursday after
noon.
Charles Levins, the plumber, was
a business visitor at Ashland last
Friday.
l)r. W. F. Bruns of Ceredo was
a professional visitor to our city yes
terday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Breece were
visitors at Ashland last Saturday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Milt Stephenson
are recovering from an attack of la
grippe.
W. J. Grimm of New Haven
transacted business here the 6rst of
the w<
SATAN IS
S4IKMING
Christians of Ceredo Have
Him Hunting New
Quarters.
Judging from the number of con
versions that have taken place at
the M. E. church during the paet
two weeks, the devil will soon have
to begin seeking pastures a new.
Up to this lime over fifty people
have cast aside their sin-olad gar
ments ami robed themselves in
white. Old Nick has been on the
jump ever since Rev. Fallen
started the revival and at this time
there is no telling when it will slop,
tiouls who have traveled the wide
road are reeking the straight and
narrow path nightly. Practically
all of these have signified their in
tention of unitiug with some churoh,
many having all ready done so.
At Sunday morniug’A meeting six.
teen joined the M K. church and
as many more have signified that
they intended joiniug the same
church. Those joining Sunday
were: Naacy Smith, Lizzie Carver,
Bertha Fallen, Lillian Jarrell,
KuhhcII Rolibins, Sarah Runyon,
B. F. Christian, Mrs. B. F. Chris
tian. Ella Thompson, Gladys Bruin.
Held, Hazel Jeffers, Mvrtle Stafford,
Ivan Stewart, Ethel Williams, Oleta
Jarrell and Mary Lambert.
A beautiful sight was presented
at Sunday evening’s meeting. JW hen
Rev. Fallen called upon the con
verts to come forward and give tes
timony unto the Lord, about thirty
young people marched down the
aisles to the alter and with faces
beaming with divine light gave
praise to Him who has the soul
saving grace.
Interest in the meetings seem to
increase instead of abating and they
will continue throughout the week,
Bn given
for the
Ion this
t order.
tint l.i
tb Mrs.
ek. The
in the
reports
wed the
b condi
PENITENT STRICKEN
WHILE AT PRAYER
Ohio Town is Undergoing
a Religious Awaken
ing.
Portsmouth, O., Feb. 10 —O/o.
Ralston, 68, wealthy retired mor
ohant fouud dead in his barn at
Otway, was strioken while praying,
aocording to Rov. J. J. Uptou. He
had gone to a carpeted stall to pray
before startiug for the revival
whioh has stirred that village as
never before, there being 170 con
versions Tuesday night.
and Min ni« Moore, Mattie and
Rachel Brown, Wilda and Helen
Wood, Pearl Sluaa, Kathleen Holt,
Dorothy Jaokaon, Roae Mary Cal
houn, Ruth I’ercWal, Mra. Jennie
Peroival, of thia plane; Mra. Clar.
enoe Knapp, of Huntington; Mra.
W. H. Flannery, Miwa Annie Rob
inaon, and Meaara. Jaruea McLean,
Raymond Kmerick, J. O. Faulkner
and Clarence Pratt of Catlettaburg;
Sidney Broh of liuntingiou; W. II.
I’arkiua of Barbouraville; J. H.
Sluaa of Graham; Va.; Waldo Lott,
Lowell Mantel, Walter Norman,
Arthur Smith, Jatnea Moore and
Jack Ferguaon of thia place.
Feb. 12. Kkpobtkh.
Chapel Exercises at
Local High School.
Rev. M. L. Wood of Huutiug
too conducted chapel exeroisen at
the high school last Friday morn
ing. The studeutn appreciated
his address aud trust that he will
visit them again bafore the present
term expires.
The following musioal program
wan rendered:
prooessioual—Holy, Holy, Holy!
Gloria Patri.
Salute to Flag—School.
Renponsivo reading—Oar Glori*
ous Ensign.
Star 8paugled Banner.
Responsive Reading—Arrange
ment of Gettysburg address.
Work, for the Night is Coding.
O, Mother Dear Jerusalem.
how to Prevent Bilious Attacks.
' ‘Coming events oast tbsir shadows
before." This in especially true of bil
lons attacks. Your appetite will fail,
you will feel dull and languid. If yon
are subject to bilious attacks take three
of Chamberlain’s Tablets aa soon as
these symptoms appear, and the attsok
may be warded off. For sale by all
dealers. adv.
Walkers Branch Items.
Here I come onoe more. '
;W§ are having a great deal of
meet in oar neighborhood at
anting.
Isejr Bloss it very baay plying
ittock. Lindsey said be was
n make hay while the son
IT’S A Lin|
B’GOLLB
A Writer bees TTItiijii Tim
Do Not Exist in Ken
/ ova.
The following item has 1>««b
going the rounds of the press, statw
and nation, for the paat week or eo.
It plainly shows that the man, wo*
man, obild or beast who wrote it
was “buukeyed'’ to a faro-you-well.
Uis, him or '’hern” imagination was
so great that the author, in order to
make a few pennies out of the press,
simply Isid all self-respect aside
and told lies faster than a mule can
kiek, as the saying goes. Kenova
is a law-abiding town and her oiti*
eens take pride in assisting in the
enforcement of the prohibition law,
and the one who even dreamed that
oonditious exist as stated below,
should be in the asylum. But read
the deliriums of a whisky dopestcr:
H KKK Til K Y ARIC
“Kenova, January JO.—Kenova
probably baa the diaiinotion of be
ing the only oily in the United
Slatea situated in three different
states. On account ot its peculiar
location Prohibition Commissioner
h red O. Blue is perhaps experienc
ing more trouble in preventing tha
sale and use of “booze” in this oily
than any other place in West Vir
ginia. The city derives its naraa
from its location, towit: Ken-(Ken
tuoky) O-(Obio) Va-( Virginia).
“Soon after the Yost Prohibition
Law went into effect Commissioner
Blue was confronted with the prao*
lice of the citizens of Kenova buy
ing their “booze” on the Kentucky
side and bringing it in the state of
West Virginia for consumption.
Following prosecution for carrying
it into the state another move was
started on the Ohio side by wbiob
a cable was stretched across the Obia
river and it was conveyed to th«
West Virginia side in baakete. The
next move waa to place an offi
cer along the river banka to pre
vent it from being delivered in this
manner.
“Not to be outwitted in tbia man
ner the farmers living in Kentucky
began hauling it into Weet Vir.
ginia by placing a pint bottle in ft
pumpkin and aelling them for sm
dollar each. One farfner is aaid to
have aold nearly two thouaand
pumpkina- in the little oity in •
single day. The enpply
kina waa aoon exhaust^
for Mr. Blue.
I declared if ne<
a law enrot
a locora<
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