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The Ceredo Advance
Entered at the po*t-office at Ceredo, W. Va aa second cl ass matter. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 18, 1916. riiom* No, 33 ert'atruuii uf thlk paper W in pieaae aeud t: this office notice* of tbelr friend* vlsltm* b ire or elsewhere.— Kd.1 LOCAL NEWS Free moving pictures every night at Camden park. Miss Ollie Spurlock in visitinir relatives at Wayne. Mre. Glen F. Mo‘t was shopping at Catletteburg Monday. Miss May Williams is able to be out, after a few days’ illness. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Davis are visiting re a.ives at Dickson. Mrs. C, H. Osgood, who ha* been quite sick, is improving. . Mias Lenua Cole of Logan is the guest of relatives in this communi ty Dr. Allen Frasher of Fort Gay was in our town on business last Saturday. Mrs. Fannie Irens of Dock* creek visited relatives in onr town last week. Mrs. Frank Pinson of Ports mouth is the guest of relatives and frends here. Henry Cox now holds a lucrative position with the C. & O. R. R. at Ashland, Ky. Cecil Gutnm of Ashland, Ky., was the guest of home folks here last Sunday. Miss Blanche Hardwick was the guest of her brother, Arthur Hard wick, last week. Mies Carrie Holt of Charleston is vieitiug relatives and friends in this community. Mr. aod Mrs. Cecil Plymale wore calling on relatives in our town Sunday afternoon. The meetings of the Pentecostal Children are still in progress in the teut at the foot of Main street. Attorney and Mrs. H. C. Duncan, Jr., of Huntington were dinner guests of Mrs. Jennie Duncan last Sunday. Misses Virginia Werth and Thel ma Wright have returned from a visit with relatives and friends at Van Lear, Ky. Mrs. Minnie Osgood and daugh ters, Misses Kitlie and Gussie, of Kenova, were Ceredo visitors one day last week. Mr. and Mrs- J. H. Cox spent several days last week with their daughter, Mrs. Frank Piusou, at Watts, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Jones and two little sons have returned to their»home at Hinton, after a visit with Ceiedo relatives. The Missionary society of the Congregational c‘ urch will meet at the home of Mrs. C. H. Osgood tomorrow (Thursday) at 2 p. ra. Dr. A. J. Hiatt will preach and hold the last quarterly conference of the Ceredo M. E. chu.-ch next Sunday night. Everybody wel come. Go and hear an able man. The machinery in the old stee. plaDt at Kenova was sold at public auction on Thursday of last week to satisfy judgments against the company. There wera quite a num ber of bidders present. The Sunday School classes of Misses Nellie Bruns and Julia Wright gave an ice cream social on the Congregational church lawn last Friday evening. They realized ♦ 11.36. Dr. Lee Crider, the accommoda* ting druggist, who was taken sud denly ill with a billion* at'ack aod went to the Houtiugton hoa pital last week for treatment, re turned here Monday. He ie bet* ter, but ha* not entirely recovered. C. A. Wright of Williamson passed through town on Tuesday of last week en route to Hartshorn, Oklahoma, having been called there by the neriouH illness of his wife Mrs Wright has been visiting her ■ister in Oklahoma for *< me time. Mr*. Jennie Duncan will leave next Saturday for Union, Monroe county, to give instruction* in mu sic at the teachers’ institute to be ' held at that place. On the fol* ! lowing Saturday t-he will go to! Hinton to attend the Summers < county institute as musical direct tjss. Miss Anna Evan* had as her guerts her Sunday School cIb-h of ihe M, k. church at a luncheon [ given at Csmdeu park last Thurs day evening. Those present: Misse* Ruby Uox, Sarah Runyon, Rva l*ortnf-rf Eunice Krar.ier, Goldie Smith, Viiginia Wise and Genevieve Forner. CAMDEN HEIGHTS To Be Name of a Proposed New Town South of Ceredo. Geo. W. Ripe baa sold hie farm, consisting of 166 acres, to a compa ny of Huutiugtou capitalists who propose to establish a uew town to be kuowu as Camden Heights. We learu that optious have beeu secured ou other farms near the one purchased. The cousidera'iou for the Rigg's farm was *10,000. We learn the farm will be laid off u tow i lots and placed ou the market. No propositions have as ’ et been secured for factories, but it is like!y factories will be located on the land which will make the lots sell more readily. The laud is located ou the uew Wayne county hard road, and ad joins Ceredo on the south. The Chesapeake A Ohio railroad runs through one ooruer of the territory while the Baltimore & Ohio aud Norfolk A Western lines are with in a stone’s throw of the same. Three railway statious are withiu half a mile of the tract. Wayne county is building a *12 • 000 bridge near the proposed uew 1 town. It is the intention of the pro moters to establish a regular vil lage government as soon as th population becomes sufficient. Is Sickness a Sin? If not, it’s wicked to negleot illues> ami lueaus of relief. It’s wicked to en dure liver ilia, headache, indigestion constipation, when one dose of Po-Do Lax gives relief. Po-Do-Lax is Podo ohyllin (May Apple) without the gripe it amuses the liver, increases tne flow ol bile—nature's antiseptic in the bowel*. Your constipation and other ilia disap Esur overnight because Po-Do-Lax hn* e'ped nature to remove the cauae. Get a bottle from your druggist today. Got rid of your constipation overnight, adv Serious Accident Near Fort Gay. A young rod of Bud vicker-, who liven near Fort (4ny, is ai Kiverview hospital, seriously and perhaps fatally injured by a kick oy a hor-e. The accident occurred Wednesday and the lad, who is \ > or 13 years old, is still unconscious. His skull is broken, necessitating the removal of two large pieces oi bonp, which was done by Drs York and Bromley. The accident was not seen by anyone, but when the boy was last seen before he wur found unconscious by the roadside he was on a horse.— Big Sand) News, Aug. 13. Murder Charge Nollied. Judge J. B. Wilkinson has nol. lied the indictment agiinst (4. W Turner, who is old and feeble. He w .s charged jointly with Mrs Liz zie Newton with the killing of Jari us Newton, whose death from a ro volver occurred at the home of the Ne". -ons near Ceredo, the circum* ces of which were 'published in th's p iper at the time. Mrs. Newton is now in the state hospital at Huntington. having been been adjudged insane man) ino iths ago. The ca-o against ho w s continued indefinitely. It will doubtless be remembered by our readers that Newton and hi* w ife had some trouble and that in a scuffle at the Newton homo a re /olver was discharged the bullet from which killed Newton. Mrs Newton’s aged father, (4. W. Turn er, entered the room at the time of the killing. Judge Wilkinson, we believe, did the proper thing when he nollied the indictment against the aged man. W. C. T. U. The Ceredo W. C. T. U. held an interesting meeting at the home of Mr*. Harry Jarrell last Friday af ternoon and elected officer* a* fol lower Mr*. H. M. Willi*, pri si dent;Mr*. Wm. Fallen, first vice president; Mr*. 8. B. Aker*, second vice president; Mr*. Ftigere Ply male, secretary, and Mr*. J. W. Jarrell, treasurer. At the close of the business ses sion dainty refreshments were served by the hoste**. Out-of-town guests present: Mrs. Oeorgia Blake and Mr*. J. J|. Humphrey* of Huntington. Mr*. H. M. Willi* will be hostess at the next meeting to be held the 25th inst. Mr*. Kate R. Mott ha* returned from a two mouths’ visit at the El dorado spring* in Missouri. On her way home she stopped off at Chicago and vi* ted her daughter, Mrs. Wurlitxr, a few day*. Mr*. Mott reports having had a nice visit. Mr. and Mrs. Cha«. Johnson, who have been sper.ding several weeks in this commnnitv, return ed to their home at Porismouth, Ohio, Saturday. Estimate of Expenses of Union District. At the re If alar meeting' of the board of educa tion ol Union district, Wayne county, held at t ie regular meeting place on the lid Toes lay in | August. I*»l5. Present: Homer Booton, Presi dent: J. P. Booth and J. F. Hoback, Uomini* 1 eioners. The following estimate of receipts ami ex|>end tures and the proposed rates of levy were made up in accordance with chapter 5;. acts 1V15, amending section 21, chapter 27, acts 1908: BUILDING FUND ESTIMATE. RECEIPTS. Amount due front sheriff. ftt>7,».7S Redemptions [estimated], 51(0 Total receipts, floKt.Tft DISBURSEMENTS. Outstanding orders and account* due and pay able J une 30, 1915, $9iX.i.4P Salaries board and secretary, 1.10 00 Del uii| uent taxes, 7.1 t I Sheriff’» commissions, l**5 95 Exonerations, •_* Oo Institute attendance, 2K5 00 New buildings and land, 1907 |5 Furni'nre and fixtures. 2xi 32 Apparatus, 272 16 Repairs, too t o Fuel, light and water, 825 00 Supplies, t>02M Janitor service, 451 95 Insurance, 35 uo Total disbursements, $5'18.20 Amount to be raised by proposed 15 cent >«▼*. 83788,47 TEACHERS' FUND ESTIMATE. RECEIPTS. Balance due from sheriff, f25(t 72 Redemptions, . 530 Due from general school fund. 2188 45 Total receipts, 12450.53 EXPENDITURES. Outstanding orders and accounts due and j*a> - able June 90, 1915, $ S5.tm I>elin<iuetit taxes, 62 70 Exonerations, 3 10 Sheriff's ccminiKsions, 26193 For 10 teachers holding No. one certifi cates at 860 |ier month for (1 months, 30(10 UU For 25 teachers holding No. two certifi cates at $40 per month for 0 months. 6t KMX1 For 4 teachers holding No. three certifi cates at *30 per month fort months, 720 00 Total exjienditnres, fOObl 78 VALUATIONS AND PROPOSED RATES OF LEVY. Real estate, Personal property. Public service property, 879B.7M ini 624.835 00 1,184,802.77 Total valuations, 1915, 82,508,982 77 Necessary building fund levy to prodnee 83, 763 (7 is 15 cents on each 8100 valuation. Necessary teachers* fund levy to produce 87, 521.20 is 15 ceuiH on each Sit 3 valuation. I, A. C Smith, sec ret a 1 y of the board of edu cation in and for Union district. Wayne coun ty, West Virginia, do hereby certify tltjU the foregoing is m true copy from the records of an order made and entered by said hoard on the loth day of August, 1015. A. C. Smith, Secretary. — ESTIMATE. For the purpose of paying off and ilischarg iiur outstanding indebtedness which exists in this teachers* fund of Union diatrict and in ac cordance with a special act of the legislature of 1916 a special levy for teachers' fund to the amount of 5 cents on the one hundred dollar** valuation in said Union district. State of West Virginia, CouAty of Wayne, to-wtt: At a regular session of the board of education of Union district in said county and state, held at Wayne on the 10th day of August, 191a. Present: Homer Booton, president, and J. J» Booth and J. K. Hoback, commissioners. For the purpose of discharging outstanding claims in the teachers’ fund in said Union dis liict^ the board of education doth determine to lav a special levy for teachers’ fund of five foj cents on each one hundred dollars valuation of all taxable pro)>crty in said district, based upnu the last assessment of real, personal ami corporate projiefty in said district. I. A. U. Smith, secretary of the Iwtard of edu cation in and for said Union district of Wayne county. West Virginia, do hereby certify tBa the foregoing is a true copy from the records of an order made and entered by said board on the 10th day of Auguat, 1915. A. C. Smith, Secretary. Were Married Last October. It has j.ist been learned that two of Cc'cdo’n young people were mar. ried alinoHt a year ago ami that they succeeded in keeping the event which meant* so much to them, a ►<* ciel to the present time, Mr. Kvart Wright, recorder of Ceredo and who hold* an important position with the firm of Wright Rros. Co., and Mina Muriel Hurka, daughter of Councilman and Mrs. Creed Hurka, were united in mar riage Oct. 24, 1 ft] 4, at Catletteburg. Ky. The ceremony wan performed by Rev. Robert Kt nnard, pan tor of tbe Preabyteri tn church. llere’a wishing them a long, hap py and pronperona life. W. (> Franklin of Bluefield w a* in our town one day lant wepk. CALL UN Harry Pulley Third S'reel and Third avenue, Huntington, W.Va., FOK Raising and Moving _Houses. White or Gray Cement Blocks Furnished Satisfaction Guaranteed Estimate of Expenses of the Independent School District of Ceredo. A» ,Ue rciiiUr in(r(in| of the board of edu cation of tVtfi'o lnde|*ndenl district, Wayne county, held at the regular niwtiitK place, on j the M Tucxl.»r in August, 1015. Present: Dr. "" i'« Bruns. President: W. P, Harris and L P. Marcum, Commissioner*. The following estimate of receipts and ex|s‘nditure* and tile proposed rates of levy were made up in accord* ance with chapter 57, acts 191}, amending x-v tion 21, act* I XVt; BUILDING FUND ESTIMATE. Amount due from slieritf, fill.tW Redemptions [estimated], 75 0 Due from depository, V25 00 Total receipts, 9x12.04 ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS. Outstanding orders June 30, IMS. $245.Is Salaries of isiard and secretary, HQ do Delinquent taxes, 150 Oti Sheriff’4 coni mis ,|on, lUUdtl Exonerations, JO 00 Institute attendance, 2CU10 Furnitute and fixtures, 4 25 00 Apparatus, 150 00 Rent, 45 He pairs. 5UU00 Fuel, liirlit and water, 450dd Supplies, 400 Oti Janitor service, (CidCO Text books, 7ooco Insurance, -joo lK, C ont mencement expense, 200 00 Election, w jjy Trnant officers, 150 00 Println,,, auOOO Telephone service, SuOii Hooks for indigent children, 2&00 Postage, 3P ((0 Freight and express, 60 00 Painting, Hauling, 25 0(» Total disbursements, rm la Amount to lie raised by promised 16 cent levv* $4718.04 TEACHERS' FUND ESTIMATE. ukcripts. Balance due from sheriff, f'ilijfl.ili Redemption and tax sale, 15011 Due from general school fund, lloSOU KSTiMATKD KXl'KNbtTnKKK. Delinquent tax, I Exonerations and discount, 50 00 Sheriffs commission, gpQ oti For IX teachers. No. I cert, for H months, 950.00 jier month, MlCOOo For 2 teachers. No. 2 cert, fot f* months, IHa.OO per month, 810 00 Half superintendent salary, 4X months, $200.00 per month, tMOOO Principal Kenora schools for W months, 1100.00 per month, ttOOOO Music teacher, for H months, 975.00 t»er month, 075 On Amount t«» Ik* rained by proponed lcry, $#1*5.57 VALUATION AND PROPOSED KATES OF LEVY. Kcal estate, |U27230.r,j Personal property, a57tiwiiM. Public service property, 1mm5 0 19 Total valuations, 1915, $3179190,19 Necessary building fund levy to produce $1713 iW it. 16 cents on each $IC3 00 valuation. Necessary teachers* fund levy to produce f.S.S.i.67 is 27^4 cents on each SIOO.UO valuation, HIGH SCHOOL FUND ESTIMATE. RBCB1PT8. Amount due from sherii , t ,7.tNi Redemptions, fiO Ul) KSTIMATI) KXl'KNIilTrKKH. Delinquent taxes, 1115.50 HherifT’s commission, HOUO Half Supt. salary, 000(tO Principal o months $100 00, 000 Oo I teacher 9 months ft*) 00, ~X OO 1 teacher 9 months $70.00, b.10 M> 1 teacher 9 months $00.00, 510.00 S3000XX) Amount necessary to raise by levy for high school purposes is #3573.10. This fund cannot exceed a 10 cent levy. The board therefore makes a levy of Ifl cents on $1' 0 00 valuation for this fund, which will produce $-'il<9.49. • ESTIMATE For additional levy, as provided in third pro visn, section 3, chapter *), acts 190S, to provide a sinking fund to pay the interest on outstanding bonded indebtedness. State of West Virginia, County of Wayne, To-wit: At a regular session of the board of educa tion of Ceredo Independent district ot Wayne county, held at the regular meeting plac.i thereof,on the 10th day of August, 1015. Pres ent: Dr. W F. Until s. President of said hoard of education, and W. P Harris and L. K. Mar cum, Commissioners, • In accordance with section 3, chapter 9, of the acts of (lie legislature of I90H, the Iwiard pro ceeded to make np an estimate of the amount necessary to pay the interest on and provide a sinking fund for the discharge of so much of the principal of the outstanding bonded Indebt edness of the district as i< is necessary to meet during the fiscal year, and the tioard having ascertained that this district had on the 19th day of May, I9jS, an outstanding bonded in debtedness as follows: SINKING FUND ESTIMATE. RBCKfPT*. Doc from ahcriff, fledem ptlona. f 1«T7.7*» mn » ESTIMATE OK EXPENDITUlfES. Outstanding bonda, Intercut, flV.MO.nO 1,170.00 and that It will f>c neceaaary lo raise thia year a earn utrtrrriratinir f-T,170 C'li to make payment on such tx.nded indebtedness and interest there, on, and that the total valuation of all taxable properly In thia district, accordiit»r to the last aiHcaement thereof, ia 43,170.400.lit; beinu real es’ate to the value of f 1.127,230 00; personal property to the value of f.156.600.00, and rail rot d and other projterty aa assessed by the board of public work a to the value of 41,074, $30,00,ae certified to thia ftoard by the officer whose duty it ia to make auch report, there fore a levy of 7% tent* on each one hundred doltara valuation will produce the eatimated amount necessary for the enauintr flacal year. State of Weat Virginia, County of Wayne, To-wit: I. H. I.. Stone, secretary of the tx.ard of ed ucation in and for Ceredo Independent district of aatd county and state, d » hereby certify that the forejrolntr ia a true copy from the recordu of an order made and entered by aald hoard on the 10th day of Autrnst, lltin, Oiven nude'my hand thia 1.1th day of Au ifost, 101$. To Mr nod tor**. L C Pit**»r, of Portsmouth, O., August 10, a daughter. Mrs. Pitz«r was formerly Miss Loa Piles. Haiti d* don.* h»*r boat to lend toot** color to the ut*wg. fl I- Syojttt, Secretaty Hoard of Education, Ceredo Independent District, Wayne County, W. Va.,1 erSdo, Post ftffice. Bom Estimate of Expenses of Ceredo District. Estimated receipts, ra|«>nditnn<« and propoeed ratios of levy for school pur ' |»vs,-s in CVredo District, in Wayne county, in At the regular meet in if of the IkkitvI of education of Ceredo district-, Wavuc county, held at the regular meeting place, on tin* 2d Tuesday in August, IhlB. Proseut: W. 11. Staley. Presi dent; O. M. l-anglcy and S. T. Hutch ison, Commissioners. The following estimate of receipts aud ex]*ondituro* and the projx»srd mtes of levy were made up in nounlnniv with chapter 57, acts MM5, amending section 21, chapter 37, eta 11)08: UILDINO FUND E8TIMATE. RKUKIPTS. Amount due from sheritf, Redemption [estimated], Total receipts DISBURSEMENTS. Outstanding orders and accounts due and payable June Ho, 11M6, * 82.C:> Salaries hoard and secretary, lo5 eo Delinquent taxes, 2< o oo Sheriff's commissions, Co oo Institute attendance, lfiooo New buildings ami land, 8<sh>oo Furniture and fixtures, lixx> oo Apjiaratus, fioo oo Reimirw, lixx» oo Fuel, light aud water, 86000 Supplies, ,*kx» oo Janitor service, H3o <x> Textbooks, Six) oo Insurance, loo oo Contingencies, 480 82 *3C88.88 8 2W *8804.07 Total disbursements, *8887.28 Amount to l»e raisixl by projxwed 18 cent levy, *6182.28 TEACHERS’ FUND ESTIMATE. RECEIPTS. Balance due from sheriff, $2284.t*l Redemptions, 8 66 Due from general school fund, 1285 fit* *34 78.86 Total receipts, EXPENDITURES. Delinquent taxes, *28o.<x> Contingencies, 1*40 7f> Sheriff’s commissions, 18o«;d For 2o teachers holding No. one certificates at *56 oo jx>r month for 14o months, 77oo co Total expenditures, *0on0.76 VALUATION AND PROPOSED RATES OK LEVY. Real estate, *1,12o,125.no Personal projiorty, 221,04noo Public service projierty, 2,841,288 Co Total valuations, 1S>15, $8,086,858.01) Necessary building fund levy to pro duce $5182.26 is 18 cents on oach Ono Hundred Dollars valuation. No«*ossary touchers’ fund levy to pro duce $65Pn.l)o is 14 cents on each One Hundred Dollars valuation. I, John Slo an, secretary of the lsiard of edneation in and for Coredo district of Wayne county, West Virginia, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy from the re »rds of an order made and entered by said lsmrd on the loth day of August, I hi 5, John Hkkan, Secretary. ESTIMATE FOR CEREDO HIGH SCHOOL. In accordance with the vote of the jssiple of Coredo district at an election held on the 12th day of June, 11)15, which authorized the establishment of a third grade high schc il, the hoard of education of Ceredo district, W. H. Staley, President, and 0. M. Langley and S. T. Hutchison, Commissioners, in s|>ncial session held at Central Graded school in said district on August the loth, doth determine to lay a levy of four  cents on the Hundred Dollars valuation on nil the taxable property of Ceredo district, Wayne caunty, W. Va., which in addition 1 > the floo.oot > be paid by the state, will establish and maintain said high school for the year 11)15-16. I, John Skean, secretary of the I »ard of education of Condo district , do here by certify that the at >vo estimate is made in accordance with an order made and entered by said Ikmi d on day and date above mentioned. John Hkrav, Secretary of Board of Education, Cere do Dist., Wayne Comity, W. Va. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV 22.1914 WEST BOUND. LEAVE CEKEDO DAILY. No. 17, 6:87 p. m—For Portsmouth and intermediate station*. No. 18, 8 :29 it. m.— For Williamson and intermediate stations. Trains leave Kenova for Colombo* anA Cincinnati and the went 2 :20 a. m. 6 :50 a. m. and 2 "00 p, m. dally. Trains leave Williamson for the nortB and east 4 :4I am., 4:47 p m. and 6:00 a. m. For Tickets, Time Cards, Sleepinf Car Reservations and all informs tinn, writs or call npon nearest Agent Norfolk & Western rxailwau. W. B. BSTILL, W. O. Saunders P»M,Trall. Miff. Gea'I Pan*. Aft Application for Pardon. Notice is hereby given lhat on or about ibe 1st day of September, 1915, an application will be filed witn ft. G. Pierson, Pardon Attor nev, Charleston. W. Va.. for tre par- ; don of John Pinkerton,ccovic’edof the crime of robbery at the Keb. j rnary term, 1915, of the circuit I oonrt of Wayne oounty and sen-) tenoed to imprisonment in the West Virginia Penitentiary tor the period of 5 yeais. fligned, John Pin k krton. Envy has toipedoed many a I friendship. THE LIVE TOPIC OF CONVERSATION Northcott-Tate Hagy Co.’s sale of 835, 832 and 830 suits for 822.50 825, 822, and 820 suits for 816.50 Straw hats at 1-2 Price Shirts at % ’way below regular Underwear at 20 percent off. Boys’ Clothes at 20 percent oft* Northcott-Tate-HagyCo “IIKTTKII CLOTH Kh” 920*988 Fourih Avenue HUNTINGTON, . VV. VA. BALTIMORE & OHIO SYSTEM LOW FARES TO THE Pacific Coast AND CALIFORNIA Expositions VIA CHICAGO or ST. LOUIS Fn’l In'ormntion at Bnltiiuore nud Ohio Tickut Office**. WRIGHT’S SAXOPHONE ORCHESTRA AT CAMDEN PARK EVERY TUESDAY EVENING. Children's Play Ground Scenic Railway Swimming Pool Human Laundry Skating Shooting Gallery Roller Coaster Boating FREE MOVING PICTURE RHOW EVERY NIGHT. Many other Attractions at the Park. 21/0 I S Y OK SALK—At the corn er I"th street and Jefferson ave rme, Wp*t Huntington For further particular* inquire at this office. ad v. Place your fire insurance with an agent who ha* had experience in the business and one who represents reputable and strong companies. T. I'. McDouoal ha* been writing fira insurance *inoe 1885 and represent™ none but firsi-ela** companies.