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l’lie Cfcredo Advance.
A Repabllcan Newspaper that has a large circulation in the Big Sandy and Twelve Pole Valleys. An excellent advertising medi um J^blisAsd Every Wednesday. TMMMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One espy, one year. - - $1.00 One copy, six months, - JMl One copy, three months, - .30 Job printing of all kinds neatly and promptly executed on rea sonable ter*ns. Notice to Subscribers. Our subscribers will please bear Lo mind the ruling of the Postmaster Gen* *cal that if they become in arrears more than twelvemonths we will be required to pay postage at the rate ot one cent for every four ounces, making one oeut poet* age on each paper sent you If we are compelled to pay this postage we expect to charge it to the subscriber; therefore, eee that you do not become in arrears. LOOK AT THE DATE AFTER TOUR NAME ON YOUR PAPER. Wayne Courts. T*W«tWrciH Cwurt • HfcoM Mcly tv Ihbmry, May, A again and November. Ter"»a ol Coaaty Coart: Flrat Moaday la Jaw aaxy, April and Jaly, and Third Moaday la No ▼ember. • IHml I $ S3 SfW JB ■ jsaoa-vaana end Copyright, rwiemd. ■ ■ Knnd BkeO'Ji. Model or Ffcoie. (or PRII aa- ■ H POST on ml^nuhtltty, r.t.nft prmrUo, ,t> H ■ eludrely. I AMR RCPtRCNCCI. Send 2 cent. In M.mn* (or tnTaln.bt, book H ■ T<> OBTAIR ..it IUL (.TINTa, ■ ■ n ueh one. will pay. How lo gel . p^rvnor. g-. ■ p.tonl tan and other T.laaO.a Inf ornuiUoa. I ID. SWIFT & CO.I FATBRT LAWYERS, ^303 Seventh St., Washington. D. C. M Dr. Dltson P. Garter DENTIST 8d Ave., Cor. 10th &t.. Odd Fellow Building, Huntington, W. Va. THAT .^TALK$ £ BACK iuo»rrt«*v im kr w. at. o > €LSit at a table of 13 person* on Friday the 13th of the month. d.Let a black cat cross your path. C.Break a mirror. C.Walk under a ladder. C,And bad luck won’t touch your business if you advertise in this paper. c Trade ads. know no super stition. C.H you have goods to sell, let the ad. do it. (rtfht. 1MM. tiT W N t;.> WRIGHT BROS. CO. j Everything to Eat and f j Wear. j f Large Stock of Furniture 1 Sand Hardware. | Prices Always Reasonable » Ceredo, West Virginia. KENOVA TRANSFER CO. KENOVA, WEST VIRGINIA. —rfgi'iB, nr WHOLESALE DEALER8 IN ■ ■ . ■■ * ■ n ,,, Atlas Portland Cement, Big B Marion Lime, Gypsum Wall Plast ter, Hydrated Eime, Red Cedar Shingles, Lath. Tar Paper, Rubber and Paroid Roofing, Roof Paint, Chimney Brick, Fire Brica Fire Clay, Floe Tile, Sewer Pipe, (Hass, Nails, Barbed Wire, Hay, Feed, Floor, Meal, Potatoes, Graes Seed*, Fertilisers and Coal. LOW PRICES AND QUICK DELIVERIES - ■ Operating Wharf* and Riser and Rail Transfer. Rates and Time Tables fnrimhed for Cincinnati and Pittsburg Packets. Correspondence solicited. Send for Price List. Don’t Use a Scarecrow To Drive Away the Mail Order Wolf You can drive him out quickly if you use the mail order houses' own weapon \ —advertising. Mail order ' concern* are .spending thousand* of dollars every week in order to get trade from the h'"*me merchants. Do you think for a minute they would keep it up if they didn’t get the busi ness? Don’t take it for granted that every one within a radius of 25 miles knows what vou have to •ell, and what your price* are. Nine times out of ten your prices are lower, but the customer is influenced by the up-to-date adver tising of the mail order house. Every article you advertise should be described and priced. You must tell your story in an inter esting way, and when you want to reach the buyers of thia com munity use the columns of this paper. ^..- - ■ ■ \ 1ST MEET ISSUES Democrats Forced to Defend Their Policies. Will Be Forced to Face Their Record Upon the Tariff and Ite Levy of Direct Taxes to Cover Deficiencies. Speaker Clark lias evidently accept ed Mr. Wilson as the Democratic nom inee for the i-esidency in 1916. else he would not have given him the com plete indorsement which has recently been published. Rcpublleans can now rest satisfied as to the results upon the issues which will be presented to the electors in 1916, for. with Mr. Wil son as the candidate, there can be no successful dodging by the party in power of those issues, no covering up or avoidance of the record which thou sands of Democrats are ashamed of und which hundreds of thousand of former Democrats will repudiate by their votes in 1916. 'I he party must face Its record upon the tariff Its failure to protect Amer ican workingmen, American agricul turists. American manufacturers, and American investors will lose it votes In every congressional district in tho nation. Its levy of direct tuxes to cover tho deficiencies in the revenues from the tariff cannot be successfully defended before any audience, either Democrat ic or Republican, in the. country. By Its tariff schedule it legislated foreign manufactured goods into this country, and it legislated business nnd profits to tho foreign producers, while it legislated closed shops and factories in the I’nitod States and caused unem ployed labor, by hundreds of thou sands. to seek soup houses und to form bread lines in every important city of the republic. As the soup houses and the bread lines and the armies of tramps of 1893 to 1896 were the result of the last Democratic administration, so soup houses, bread lines and trumps aro of the present one. and as the full dinner paii promised by the Republican party in 1896 tiling the Democratic party out of power that year and brought 16 years of prosperity to ull, so the soup houses and bread lines of the Wilson administration have caused a nation wide demand for the full dinner puil once more, and the Republican party is called u|>on to provide it. Root as Secretary of State. 1 he Republican party has much j good presidential material. Any ono of a dozen men canvassed in connec tion with leading it against Mr. Wilson next year would measure up to presi dential responsibilities Rut as the right man for premier in case of Re publican success Mr. Root may be said to stand alone. Ills qualifica tions and tho opportunities ho has improved have given him an eminence all his own. 1 his is not to say that domestic af fairs will not require the most care ful handling in the next few y,ars On the contrary, they will. Many things have been dislocated by the war, and new issues introduced in our home concerns causing divisions In political parties and political speculation surprising even to vet erans, and promising vexation in the near future. is tt Prophecy? l>r. John A. Wyeth, the famous sur geon, who served in the Con federate army from Alabama, hut who is now a resident of New York, writing to his persona! friend, Dr. R. W. Knox of Houston, thus forcibly expresses him self with regard to war-torn Mexico: 'President Wilson lias, in my opiniou, wrecked his administration and his party largely by his wobbling policy in relation to Mexico. Kvery argument of humanity, policy and profit now and hereafter points to our ending anarchy ' and murder In that country by annexa tion.” Very strong words, covering an extreme suggestion, but there he many 1 . Americans who will agree with the distinguished gentleman. _ _ "Rocking the Boat.” There are a great many people not i so many that they give me any par- ; j ticnlar concerti. but nevertheless a great many people who. in the Ian- ! gunge of the day, are trying hard to : "rock the boat." Presidppt Wilson. Does ti»e president ref*-r to the weii- i founded criticisms of his admlnistra- ! tlon his tariff policy, his Mexican wobbling, his ship purchase scheme, ! his trade commission plan and the other incidentals of the “new fre^ dom?” If so, it may be respectfully noted that it was the president and his ; crew that did the rocking. Government Extravagance. When the Democratic chairman of the house appropriations committer is forced to r» buke his own party pub licly for extravagance, it is pretty near time for that party to set about re 1 forming itself. Explanation In Order. The railroads accuse the post offbo department of attempting to rob them, while Postmaster General Burleson /•ays the roads want to loot the postal funds. Senator Weeks exonerates the railroads, but no one rises to explain the Justice of the department’s demand that the railroads transport the parcel post shipments without pay. Mr. Bryan’s Ludk. Mr. Bryan ought to have kept warm this winter, he £ot so many warm wraps from all sides. Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney, whoso masterpiece of sculpture. "The Fountain of K1 Dorado." is on exhi bition at the Panama Pacific exposl tion. is pronounced by critics to be the most gifted woman sculptor in America She has been devoted to art throughout her life, and In the hot summer months has tolled in her New York studio in MacDougal alley, fraternising with the sculptor^ col ony and many a time helping stu dents in distress. Her great wealth never interfered with her conscien tious work, but it permitted, her to • exercise her philanthropic tendencies, which an* almost as notable as her artistic. She has given much time and money to charity, and with the breaking out of the war she turned at once to the aid of the suffering. She established a hospital in Paris, of which she Is in active charge. All her days now are devoted to the re . ... or ,nn wounaeu soldiers that are brought back from the battle lines. Mrs. Whitney is the eldest daughter of Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt and the w ife of Harry Payne Whitney, the famous polo player who has represented America in international contests. She 1* the sister of Countess Hladya Sxechcnvl. who haR equipped a hospital corps in Austria-Hungary. ENDS LONG PUBLIC SERVICE After devoting 48 years to the service of the United States. Otto M. Tittman has retired voluntarily from the position of superintendent of the coast and geodetic survey. Shortly before quitting the ofllce he was unan imously elected president of the Na tlonal Geographic society. Moth President Wilson and Secretary Rod fleld wrote personal letters highly praising the work ho has done for his country. Mr. Tittman was born at llelle vllle. Ill . August 20. 1850. At the age of seventeen he entered the coast and geodetic survey and worked his way up to the superlntendeuey of that world famous scientific bureau. Dur ing his career many notable experi ences have been his lot In 1874 he went to Jupnn as assistant astrono mer of an expedition to observe the transit of Venus; in the years im mediately following he was engaged in roast survey work on both the At I.iimc ana rncinc consts From 1889 to 1893 he wub In charge of the United States standards of weight and measure. In 189f» he became- assistant in charge of the coast and geodetic survey oflire, and in 1899 assistant superintendent. Min appointment as superin tendent of the survey dates from December, 1900. Mr. Tlttman was appointed to represent the United States in marking the boundary between Alaska and 1 anada, and in 1901 was appointed United States commissioner of tho Alas kan boundary and northern boundaries excepting the great lakes. I BRITAIN’S MINISTER TO VATICAN Kir Henry Howard, who has the distinction of being the first minister to be sent to the Vatican by Eng land in centuries, is well known In the United States. He has represent ed Croat Hritain diplomatically In many countries and was made a knight commander of the Hath in 1907. Sir Henry began his diplomatic career 50 years ago as an attache of the Hritish legation in Washington and later married Miss Cecelia Higgs daughter of the lato George Higgs, a prominent banker of the past genera tion. She died in 1907. Sir Henry and his wife were conspicuous figures In the diplomatic world for many yeai-H, especially at The Hague, where he was Jong stationed. The. eldest son of the veteran diplomat. George Howard, is a resi dent of Washington and an Ameri can citizen, having adopted his moth er's country as a hoy. Aiuioiijrn Mir Henry s mission Is to the Vatican and not the Qulrlnal, It Ih reasonable to believe that he has had a considerable part In the efforts to foil the diplomacy of Prince von Buelow. the kaiser's representative in Rome _BEGAN PICTURESQUE TASK To Vice Admiral Sir Monel Car den of the British navy fell the lot Of opening one of the wont plrtur Csque. operations of the great Kuro pean war- the forcing of the Dar danelles Commanding the powerful allied fleet of English and French warships, he began the romantic, task with a will, hut illness soon forced him fo relinquish the leadership to another. Vice-Admiral Carden looks and is a straightforward, practical, plain sa Borman. The white salt has got Into his beard, he In grlz.ded and hardened by hard weather, and In appearance and manner might have stepped out of the stormiest of Jo seph Conrad's romances. Incidental ly. he hails from Tipperary, and all of the men of his family are either fighting men or clergymen About, fifty-eight years old, he was thirteen when he entered the navy ns a cadet, fifteen when he became e midshipman, and not quite twenty when he got his sublientenancy He saw his first fighting as a lieutenant on board the Thalia during the bombardment of Alexandria, and was navigating lieutenant of the Dryad during the Huakitn expedition. After a long term of peace- during which he served In Chinese waters, and, later. In the fishing seas around Newfonndland—he found him relt aboard the Theseus during the punitire expedition led by Rear Admiral Rawson against the king of Benin. That brilliant little campaign ended in the capture of Benin city. OHIO WOMAN HAD BAD STOMACH Mr*- Perkin* Find* Swift Relief After First Dose of Wonderful Remedy. Mrs. W. R Perkins of Point Place. I R. R. No. 7. Toledo, suffered ft>r a ! long time from stomuch trouble*, she felt bad most of the time and she could hardly ever find anything to eat that would agree with her. She took Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy and was surprised at the sudden resto ration that followed. Bho wrote: ' I have been taking your remedy and It has done me so much good and I am so much better that 1 am eating most any and everything that 1 used to years ago before I knew what stomach trouble wan. I am thankful that 1 heard of your wouderful medi cine.” Mayr b Wonderful Remedy given per* manent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat ns much aud whatever you like. No more distress nfter eating, pressure o( gas in the i stomach and around the heart. Ret on* bottle of your druggist now and try It on an absolute guarantee If net satis factory money will he rota -nod.—Adf Busy Ovsr Here. Paeon My neighbor think. m> could Hettio the lighting over lu Europe Egbert -Why doesn't 1m> go over them and do it? "Oh. ho's too busy trying to setti* the iightlng in his own hoiitav” LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO CALIFORNIA'S EXPOSITIONS AND THE PACIFIC COAST 7x>w round trip fares um now lei effect via the Sconlc Highway ol thw Northern Pacific Ity. to HaHforahk's Ex poHltionH via tho North 1*110100 t’oaat. 1 hcHo tlckota permit llburul Btop-ovorH and enable the tourlnt to IiiuHmIo both Ex posit Ions an well ;ut 11 stop-over at Yellowstone Nnlional Park via third I ner (luteway. If you will advise when yoa wlU plan your western trip, I will bo pleased to quote rules, send a copy of our hand some Expositions folder os well us Yellowstone National Park and travel literature, and usnlst you In any wuy possible in planning your I9U» vaca lion trip. A. M. Cleland, Ueneral Pas senger Agent. 617 Northern PacMio Hy., St. Paul, Minnesota.—Adv. Its Cam. "Ho Austria, they say, Is going to light Italy imrtly with tlw> spread of cholera." “Yos, their attitude m'iw to b«, ‘Plague take them!’" Important to Mothers Examine carefully ovary bottle of CAHTOIUA, u safo and Buro remedy for Infants and children, und see that it Signature of In Uso For Over 30 Yoara. Children Cry for Fletcher's Oketoria No Wonder. She—How pale the moon Is! He—Yes; It’s been oat kite for sev eral nights. DON’T VISIT Til K (IAI.IPOBNU KX POSITIONS Without ■ supply ol Atleo’s Poot Esse. tho an Iseptic powder to bo shaken Into ths Shoes, or dl-Kolved In tho foot-bath. The Standard Remedy for the feet for 25 years. H eWm instant relief to tired, setting feet and prevent* ewolten, hot feet. Ooe lady *rftes: I enjoyed every minute of my stay at the FxposItJoua. thanks to Allen's Foot-Ksse In my shoes." Get H TODAY Adv Vucuuui cleaners urn (lading u good market In Scotland. For genuine comfort and ketiag pleas ure use Jtrd (Wjw Mall Mine on wish tk»y. All good grocers. 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