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SUB DDll :<wwnMHMMQoonoooi fi PRICE IIYERR Si g CASH II • wOOOQOuoi] ■nuuuouwmn (eredo Advance. ynowwomwwnoii g |OB PRINITNQ S J That is Guar s an teed to Pleas*. § Give Us a Trial. AJOOIWOOWMWOOOOCI NUMBER 14 JXOSE PAINT "To Amount of One-Half Gallon May be Carried Without Labeling. Id brie! the new Prohibition lew Xhet went into effect leal Friday morning ia aa follows: Yon can’t oarry more than half gallon into slate, even for peraonal oae, anieaa quaniiiy and quality ia plainly marked on package in large Kogli-h letters. You ean keep and give away liq. «or in your home, except to minora, but your home ia uol your olnb, nor year betel room, nor your boarding bouse room. Youoaa’t have alcoholic beverages for any purpose, in any office build ing, club, soft drink stand, fruit stand, news stand, bowling alley, pool room, livery stable, boat house, public building, park, road, street or alley. Uouuty, district or munioipsl of* fioers, including city policemen, wbo refuse or neglect to enforce the provisions of the law, may be re moved by circuit judges, on written •charges, without jury trial. Any witness, called by the state, who incriminates himself becomes immune. When it shows that the state can not gave a fair tria< in a given coun ty, jirrors may be imported from an other eoun'y to hear the case. Justices of the peace have con current jurisdiction with circuit and criminal courts for first offences, with provisions for jury trial. In oase of search of seizure find ing of booze is prima facie evidence of illegal custody. Officers of corporations violating provisions of statute held personally guilty. Stats or Ohio, city or Toledo, » Lucas County f 8H. Frank J. Cheney m»kn oath (hat be Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney A •Co., doing buelnefM In tbe City ol Toledo •County and Hlate aforesaid and tbat said 1rm will pay the anm of one hundred dol i.a w for each and every cane of Catarrh tbat oanael be cured by tbe one of Hall's Catarrh Core. Frank .J cheney Sworn to before mwand subscribed In my ^presence, tbls eth day of December, A. D. Heafl) A. W. Oi.kahon, Notary Public HafTe Catarrh Cure In taken Internally, and acts directly on tbe blood and mncnous surfaces of the system, riend for testimoni als free. F. f. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O. Hold by all Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Fills for Constipation. Motor Collided With N. & W. Passenger Train. Bluefield, W. Va., Feb. 23.—J. 8. Richards, N. A W. employe, was fatally injured yesterday as the motorcycle he was riding col lided with a passenger tram near here. This is the Way to Re duce the Price of Bread. Akron, 0„ Feb. 23.—Bakers re duced retail prices of bread here today to five and teu cents as the result of a threat of grocers to es tablish a co-operative bakery of their own. Prices of six and 12 cents were in effect only teu dgps. f\h! The, InvlQoratina Whin of the Pine Forest! How it clears the throat and head of its maooas ailments. It is this spirit of nawnesa and vigor from the health-giv ing Pine Forests brought back by Dr. Ball’s Pine-Tar-Honey. Antiseptic and healing. Bay a bottle today. All drag gists, 28o. Kleotric Bitten a Spring Tome. adv. Birth Announcements. We have something new in the line of birth # announcements at the Advance Stationery Store. When the stork visile yonr home yon want yonr friends to know it, don't jou? The announcements, partially printed, are cheap. tf. RECOMMENDATIONS OF 60V. HATFIELD Enacted by the Legislature During the Regular 1915 Among Governor Hatfield's rec ommendations followed oat by the legislature are the following. Submission of amendment tooon* stitution providing womau's suf rage. Enactment of tollowiug new laws; Primary election law. Corrupt practices act. Couuty officers’ salaries aot. Establishment of county deposi tories. Establishing standard of weights aud measures. Establishing a state budget sys tem. Creating state library commis sion. Prohibiting “fake” advertising. Radietrioting state for members of congress and the state legisla ture. Reforms iu laws caring for in sane persons. Enactment of amendments to present laws, as follows: Reducing membership of public service commission to three per sons and extending powers and duties of the commission. Creating state department of compensation, putting one man at its head, in charge of adminis tration of workmen'soompeusation act; putting merit system into ef feot among empiyers under this law, and increasing benefits to in jured workmen or dependents. Conserving state’s water supply, prohibiting oonstrnotion of power dams except with approval of pub lic service commission, and giving the commission absolute power over water power grants. To simplify and expedite oourt procedure. Exteudiug powers of state board of health to oorreot potation of steams and oontrol typhoid and other water*born diseases. Clearly defining duties of oom* missioner of agriculture and ex* tending his powers to inolude guar antee of live stock sanitation, dairy inspection, pure foods and pure seeds. Extending powers of state de partment of mines, providing ad ditional inspectors. Reolassifying state educational institutions; providing normal and vocational training in high schools; and granting liberal state aid to high schools. 9 Revising “blue sky” law. Changing names of various state institutions. To the Housewife. Madam, if your husband ia like most men, he expects you to look after the health of yourself and children. Goughs and colds are the most common of the minor ailments and are most likely to lead to aerioos diseases. A child is mnoh more likely to contract diphtheria or scarlet ferer when it has a oold. If yon will inquire into the merits of the rarions remedies that are recommended for oonghs and colds, yon will And that Chamberlain's Gough Remedy stands high in the estimation of people who nse it. It is prompt and effectual, pleasant and safe to take, which are qualities es pecially to be desired when a medicine is intended for ohildren. For sals by all dealers. adv. High Court Upholds the Ohio Coal Screen Law. Washington, Feb. 23.—Ohio’* coal pc re an law, giving the state industrial commission indireot authority to regulate rainera’ wages by prescribing maximum impuri. ties allowed to weighing coal, was I held valid today by the Supreme I court. FH.HT v IS NO IVON J. O. Marcum Casts His Hat into the Municipal Arena. rb* tiv£ht M to who .ball be boat of Ceredo tor the next twelve month* is on, and the I or will fly from now until the aun goes down on March 30. The political god* have willed that the two old gladiators, Jas O. Marcum and Ed. II. Smith, should me t on the battlefleld once more. Ex.Mayor Smith, who wan ael«*ct* ed to pilot the deatinieH of the Peo pie’* Party ttoket, and ex-Mayor Maroum, who on Thursday night waa oalled upon to handle the tiller of the Citizeua* Party ticket, have weighed anchor and atarted cruising down the Ktver of Doubt. Each captain claim* to have a chart of >he atreain, but aorae aay it ia mined and that “Dad” Lyons can oause an explosion on board of both vessele by the simple twitch of the musole ot hia off eye. Al a convention of the Citizens' p irly held in the offices of Homer H. Mai cum last Thursday night, the following ticket was nominated: For mayor, Jas. O. Marcum; for recorder, Evan , Wright; for coun oilmen, O. F. Hush, Ham Patterson, Sr., T. N. Johnson, VV. A. Rams dell and J. W. Kiser. Harry Stoat was chairman and D. S. Griffith secretary of the conven tion. The report that “Dad” Lyons would enter the mayoralty race on an independent ticket failed to pan out. “Dad” says he has retired from po litical activities and will set back and see Ed. try to “smote” Jim with the jawboue of a beef. “Dad” used to be somewhat of a campaign, er, down yonder in Old Kaintuoky. Mr. Lyons no donbt would have polled a good vote had he pulled off his duds and donned bis political togs. Arc You Rheumatic? Tru Sloan’s. If you want quick and real relief from rheumatism, do what ro many thousand other people are doing—whenever an at tack comes on bathe the sore muscle or Joint with Sloan’s Liniment No need to rub it in—Just apply the Liniment to the surface.' It is wonderfully pene trating. It goes right to the seat of trouble and draws the pain almost Im mediately. Get a bottle of Sloan’s Lini ment for 28c of any druggist and have it in the house—against colds, sore and swollen Joints, lumbago, sclatiea and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost in stant relief. adr CERE DO CHURCHES. Congregational Church. RKV. H. If. WILLIS, PASTOR. Preaching Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7:80 p. m. Sunday School, 9:30. Christian Endeavor meets every Wednesday evening at 7:30. Methodist Episcopal. BKV. W. M.\ FALLEN, PASTOR. Prayer meeting Wednesday at at 7:80 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. rn. Sunday Sobool at 9:30 a. m. Kpworth League at 0:30 p. m. Everybody ia welcome. Baptist. REV. B. S. A KERB, PASTOR. Preaching at 3 p. m. on the first Sunday and at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. on the fourth Sunday in each month. Sunday school at 9:80 a m. Prayer meeting every Thurs day evening at 7:30 p. m. Teach* era’ meeting every Friday evening 2 LOTS FOK9ALK—Attbe corn er 17th street and Jefferson ave. nue, West Huntington. Foi further particulars inquire at Oui office. ad v. KENOVA . NEWS ti ~ " ■ Personal Mention of Peo ple Whom You Know and Don't Know. B*»v a ticket from the Boy Soouta Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Etkm spent Sun fay with relativea ai Neal. Me**era, F. K. Wav and W. |*# liarii<i net yed ou the jury at Waym last week. Mra I) B. Lewi, and daughter. Mis* Luoile. were recent visitor* at Huntington. Mr. and Mr*. Miller Jackson -»»ent Sunday with relative* near Camden park. In getting out of a bath tub thi« week Carl Cochran *lipped, fell and broke hi* arm Haven Kirk left Tueaday night for Hot Spring*, Ark., for the ben etil of hi* health. Anthony Dixon ha* moved from Dock* creek to L. D. Baugh’s prop erty near Kenova. Mr*. Jarne* Hutchison and son, Clyde, were Sunday gueat* of rela. live* on Dock* creek. Mr*. Sophia Sturgill of Ironton recently spent a few hour* with Kenova and Ceredo friend*. Mr*. W. F. llohae.lt and little *on of Dock* ertek are visiting rela tive* at Lavalelte tin* week. Mr*. Clarence Knapp of Hun tington wan the guest of Kenova friends a few days last week. Mrs. .lames McMullen and Mrs. Jennie Jones were calling on friend* at Huntington one day I .at week. Mi** Stella llensley, a student at Marshall college, was the Friday afternoon guest of Mrs. It. A. Mor ris. J. F. Hutchison attended a meet ing of the Modern Woodmen of America at Ceredo Wednesday even ing. Mrs. A. 6. Barrett returned to her home at Fiankfort, Ky., Saturday after an extended visit with Kenova friends. Mrs. J. F. Hutchison and guest, Mrs. Chas. Thacker, of Ironton were visitors at HuntiDgton Wed nesday. S. O. Wood returned Saturday from a business trip through Ohio and Pennsylvania in the interest of the Kenova Box company. Mesdames C. W. Thomson, L. W. Queen and Laban Notter are visiting the family of W. H. Staley on Big Sandy river this week. Mr*. W. 1J. Kimble and children have returned to their home at Huntington after a pleasant visit here the guests of Mrs. A. S. La. Follette. Miia l<eab Perry, Mn. K. R. Kbeinwald and Mri. C. 8. Knapp) gave a rniacellaoeoaa shower at tbe home of Mist Perry at Haotington last Saturday evening in honor of Min Dorothy Peroival, a bride-elect of thii place. A small blaze occurred at the home of T. D. Hutchison on Maple street lilt Friday. A spark ignited the roof, bat the fire was exting uished before the arrival of tbe fire department. Damage amounted to about $25. City Attorney W m. Covins and C. W. Thomson have opened an of fice in the city ball building. Mr. Loviqi will attend to tbe practioe of law and both members will look af ter tbe bminesi of real estate and insurance. Squire A. O, Brown of Ceredo was down to onr city Wednesday afternoon. He says he believes that there is a great future in store for Kenova, as well as Ceredo. Mr. Brown has been indisposed for tbe past few days and is just getting out again. Mrs. W, B. Ferguson tendered a beautiful reception one evening last week in honor of her guest, Mrs. Jacob Zouok, of Maryland. The guests spent a most delightful even ing at games, music and other di versions, at the conclusion of which I FATHER AND DAUGHTER ARE KILLED DY TRAIN Had Been on Board Bid* ding Relatives Fare well. Blu**field, W. Va., Feb. 23.— John Green, 45, end daughter, Kdne, 18, were iuatan'lv killed I*4*** ntfht at Pocahon’as, Va.. when they I oat their footiug and fell be. n*Hth a passenger train. They had been ou board the raiu bidding farewel* to relatives from Colorado who were departing on that train. When the train started they rushed to the steps aud attempted to alight. Both lost their footing and fell under the wheels. an abundance of refreshments were served. Sanford Smith has moved to his farm on Sweet run. Mrs Smith’s school in McDowell county will be out in about two months, when she will join her husband on the (arm. I he Younu People’s society of the Presbyteriau church tendered a shower to Miss Percival, at the home of Mrs. J. B. Waller, last Friday evening. The bride-eleot was tendered many tokens by her friends in that organization. Frank Kennedy, supply clerk at the N. tk W. round house, was seiz ed with an attack of acute indiges tion Monday and was prostrated to the floor. For a time it was thought he could not recover. However, he finally rallied and resumed his du> lies after a lay-off of a day or two. I he Boy Scouts of Kenova are contemplating giving an entertain ment in the near future. The na lure of the proposed entertainment has not been made publio at this time, but we are assured that it will be worth going to see. Karl Lam bert, the only fat boy in captivity, is working bard on the program; and when Karl puts his shoulder to a wheel something has got to move. When one of the Seems comes around buy a ticket from him. Considerable pressure is being brought to bear on the city council towards having it revise portiona of the stringent stock ordinance. It is proposed by aorae to permit the cows to run at Urge during daytime and put them up at night. Some de sire to raisa hogs for horna consump tion while others raise a bowl about them being in town. The council is np against a proposition that in solving it there is going to be a large number of people offended. One Davy Crookett seemed to take the right view of the matter, for ke said he was going to be sure ha was right and then go ahead. Mother of Ex-Mayor Reuben Osburn Dead. Mri. Kliza Osburn, aged 73, tbe mother of ex-Mayor Reuben Osburn of this place, died at her borne on Wolf creek, this oonnty, Sunday/ Feb. 31. Mrs. Osburn had been an invalid for several months, jet she bore her affliction with that patience whioh characterises all true Chris tians. Mrs. Osburn had been a member of tbe Methodist ohnroh for years, and sbe died in that faith. Besides the only son, Reuben Osborn, tbe deceased leaves three daughters, Mrs. Ham Smith and Mrs. 8. W. Wilkioson of Wayne, and Miss Stella Osburn, who resid ed at home. Funeral servioes were oondnoted at tbe old homestead the following Tuesday after whioh tbe remains were interred in the family oeme tery. All the children were present at the funeral and burial. Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Morris Entertain. At the beautiful home of Mrs. W. W. Jackson Monday evening a merry orowd assembled to celebrate Washington's birthday and tender Miss Dorothy Psvoival a farewell 9 .NEWS NU««ET$ - X. Items Picked up From Alf\ Over the Coun* try. J. F. Wellborn, preeident t'ol> r»do Fuel A Iron Co.t announoee >'o*t of strike to oompanv wee $1,. 250,000. N«w Ycrk City tez ra»e for 1915 »• 984 on eeob 1100, highest emo* 1902. U 8. treasury at Washington to print half billion Federal Reserve bank notes for ena rgenoies. Idaho Senate passes state.wide Prohibition, effective Jan. 1, 1916. Ohio building at Sau Frauoieoo Expo opened. One dead, one dying and 80 ill from eating rolls in whioh rat poi son aooidently was mixed, at church social at Alma, Neb. John Brunke, assistant osshier of Farmers’ State Bank at Haxton Colo., killed by bandit when he tries to got revolver; robber oap lured. shower. The bouse was decorated with flags, hatchets, hearts and cherries. A Urge cherry tree was the main feature of the evening and was presented to Miss Pereival and Mr. Slack by Mrs. K. A. Morris, who delivered a mirth-provokiug speech on the spur of tbs moment. The tree was Loaded with oherries of all sixes, each one containing a gift for the bride-elect. These oherries were picked from the tree by Mr. Slack and tilled a large bask et. During the evening a beautiful solo was sung by that gilted singer, L. R. Kheiowatd, of Huntington. Other musioal features, consisting of a solo by Miss Stella Hensley of Oatluttsburg and instrumental musio by several other talented musicians, filled in the time. A discussion on the question of love and marriage took plaoe and votes were oast for the most entertaining lady present. The honor was won by Miss Psarl Sluss, who was presented with a silk flag. In a word oontest ou Washing ton, Mrs. R. K. Rheinwaid scoured the most words and won the prize—a hatchet. Miss Pearl Sluss, who possesses much talent, recked two laughable selections in her in* imitable manner. After refreshment were served the guests’ attention was turned to dancing, which diversion proved so interesting all slse was forgotten snd all went merry as a marriage bell. Tbe following persoas attended: Misaes Uih Harris, Hermia John* •od, Alice Harris, Locile I^wis, Gassie and Katbrvn Osgood, Mat tie Kesinger, Minnie and Mary Moore, Helen and Wilda Wood, Mattie, Raobael and Nellie Brown, Kathleen Holt, Kalb Cook, Pearl Slusa, Dorothy.. Peroiral and Mra. Jennie Percies! ef this place; Mrs. C. SJ. Knapp, K. R, Rheinwald and Miaa Beatrice Knapp of Hosting ’on; Miss Htella Hensley of Catletts* borg; Meaara. James Moore, Jack Fergaaon, Lowell Mantle, H. M. Bailey, Btanley and Weeley Wood, H. r. Baaer and J. C. Hlack of this place ;C. 8. Knapp and E. R, Rheinwald of Huntington. Feb. 90. Report an. Health and*HaDDines8. Withoat health, genuine joy is lm> possible; withoat Rood digestion and regular bowrel movement yon oannot hare health. Why neglect keeping bow els open and risk being sick and ailmgf Torn don't hare to. Take one small Dr. King’s New Life Pill at night; in the morning yon will hare a full, free bow el movement and feel mnch better. Helps roar appetite and digestion. Try one tonight. adv. For Sale. Comer lot on Poplar and 18th streets, Kenova, known as pop fac tory lot. Has a deep dry well. Sell on good time with small pay ments. Price $860. Inquire of proprietor of this paper.