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The Ceredo Advance
Elite red *t the post-office mi Ceredo, W. Vs km neoond QI aae matter WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1915. Phone No. 33 dpl'ttrou* of lbi» puper will pieut send 11 this office not ices of tbelr friends visiting here or elsewhere.—Ed. 1 LOCAL NEWS The 1915 Huutington Fall Festi val wae a grand success. Mrs. E. Ij. Coleman is visiting her husband at*Kermit. 11. vv . Bloss of Huntington was a Ceredo vi-itor Sunday. Mrs. JobnOAdams is visiting rel atives at Vanceburg, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bienkampeu visited Catletleburg, Ky., last Fri day. • Mips B anche Hammock of Kenova was a visitor lu our burg last Sun day. Mis. A. J. Nunn was the guest of relatives at West Huntington last week. Mips Leona Soaggs has returned from a visit with relatives at Hunt ington. Miss Kathryn Osgood of Kenova called on Ceredo relatives last Thursday. Mrs. H. B. Calhoun of Kenova wan a Ceredo visitor on Tuesday of last neck. Mrs. C. W. Williams and daugh ter, Miss May, visited Huntington last Friday. Mrs. L. G. Aten of Richmond, Va , vi-ited Mrs. French the latter part of last week. Miss Maud Evick has been visit* ing relatives at Ashland, Ky., for the past few days. Rev. Rosuoe Murray was at Lex ington, Ky., on business the latter pari of last week. Mrs. Charles Marcum and litt'e son visited relatives a; Huntington several days last week. Miss M iry Peck, president of the Kenova Civic club, called on friends in our town one day last week. Margaret, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. McRae Werth, who has been quite sick, is improving. Attorney and Mrs. J. M. Rigg of Wayne were guests of rdativeu here the latter part of last week. The dwellings occupied by Rev. Roscoe Murray and O. F. Rush on Main street have been re-painted. The Federal grand jury at Hunt ington last week failed to return an indictment against Charley Stone. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Smith of Ken ova, R. F. L> , attended services at the Congregational church last Sun day morning. Hundreds of Wayne county peo ple attended the Huntington Fall Festival—entirely too many to be named personally. Miss Irene Easley of Bluefield, a ttudent ot Mar-hall college, wan the gmst of Mrs. Bfttie French last Saturday and Sunday. John Howell of Catlettsburg, Ky., moved to our town last Satur. day. He occupies the second floor of the Advance building. Squire and Mrs. A. G. Brown and their daughter, Mrs. J. M. Harrington, were in Huntington on business and pleasure last Thurs day. # Wade H. Brown left last Satur day for Portsmouth, Ohio, to re lieve an engineer on a steamboat. He will be absent from home sever, al days. Mra. A. V. Feazel fell on the porch of the McDougal residence, whtre she is making her home, last Friday, and sprained her ankle. She can walk a little—with difficulty. W. O. Darling, who is now a prosperous Ohio farmer, visited our town last Saturday. His farm is near Hanging Kock and he says his crops were fine this year. Mt. vernon Floor is always a atep or two in advance. It blazes the way for others to follow. Other mills are trying to make a« good. Lamhkrt Milling Co., Iohiikrk. Kd. Hazlett is having a store build ing erected on Main street, near the N. A W. station. When it is com pleted he will move his stock of goods from Westmoreland to this place. i Honoring Miss Irene Easley < Blnefield, Guy French gave a cai party to a number of his your friends last Friday evening, very pleasant evening was enjoys by those in attendance. Deliciot refreshments were served the fo lowing fiit-sts: Misses Irene Ea By. OH e Spur lock, Alberta SVrigh Fay Blewart. Thelma Wright, Jie Bruns, Julk Wright, Messr REV. WM. FALLEN Is Returned to Ceredo* Kenova Charge by M. E. Conference. Appointment* for Huntington district are a* follow*: K. G. Haekus, superintendent; Accoville, C. W. Thumm; Ceylan, C. C. O’Neil; Cere lo-Keuova, Wil liam Fallen; Ci'umpler, J. F. Dot son; Crum, Willian\ Cbafen; Fair field, L. E. Thomas; Elmwood, J. W. Harrison; Fort Gay, J. L. Per ry; Gilbert, W. H. Toler; Glen wood, C. E. Nicely; Greenview, J. II. Kinder; Hamlin, 1). 8. Lee; West Hamlin, A. B. Elson; Hew itt, C. A. Spencer; Henderson, J. C. Sleelb. Huntington: First Cburcb, J. W. Engle; Guyandolte, 11. E Mills; Backus, A. P. Kohinson; Seventh avenue, C. Fred Andtrson; Walnut Hills, J. 1) Cook; West Huntington, B. W. Roberts; Circuit, W. M. Lister; Logan, J. II. Funk; Omar, A. J. Wc kous; Mate wan, Albert Christisti; Milton, J. W. Barnes. Hurry Wilson, Curtis Wright, Fred ! Garrett, Lawrence \\ right and Mr?. L G. Aten. Many material improvinents are being made to the Wharton proper ly on East First street. Our old friend, ,1. F. Eves, of Huntington w a* a pleasant ealler at the Advance office last Monday. He baa long been a subscriber to the this paper ami renewed bis subscript lion while here. The Home Missionary society of the Cong’! church met with Mrs. Will Cowie last Thursday slier noon After an interesting di«uns -ion, the subject being “.Japan,” dainty refreshments we-e served. Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Adkins returned homo last Saturday from their vacation trip. While gone they visited Washington, I’h iladol phia, New York, Norfolk and Richmond. Atconsi lerable expense we give our readers “Doings of the Van Loons” this week. We will furnish these comic cartoons for six weeks and if they prove very popular may con tinue them. Let us know if you like them. Dr. E. S. Rothrock, of Cleveland, O., superintendent of the Congre gational churches of Ohio and southern West Virginia, will preach in the Ceredo Congrega tional church next Sunday eveutng. October 3. Everybody invited. Fob Kent —A good seven room,! two-story dwelling, nicely located less than one square from street car line, with barn. The building has just been nicely painted and a new front fence built. Inquire of 1’. T. McDongal, Ce redo, VV. Va. tf Born To Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Ross of Buffalo, Sunday, Sept. 2tJ, 11*15, a non. To Contest Subscribers. Last year we added several hun dred subscriber" to our li-t. Most of these paid for one year and th*-ir time has expired or will expire be fore long You will find the date when your time is up just after your name. Please notify this office if you desire the paper continued —or discontinued. We hope you will continue to be a subscriber to the Advance and shall endeavor to give you the worth of your money. You tan settle for the paper any time before the end of the year. Surprise Birthday Party. On Monday evening, September 20, a number of friends tendered Miss Krnma Patterson a surprise party in honor of her thirty.seventh anniversary. Af-er several hours pleasantly spent in social conversa tion «nd amusing games, dainty re fresh merits were served. Miss Pat terson was the recipient of many useful and ornamental presents. Those present were; Mr. and | Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. Hunt, Mr-*. P. L Christian, Mrs. Clara Johnson. Mrs. C. O Rowe and daughter; 'Mrs. Rafael Patterson and chil dren, Mr. and Mrs. John Orate, Walter (irate, Miss Ollie llens!ey, A. W. Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cyrus, Mrs. Belle Wat.'.s, Mrs. Martha Copley, Mrs. K. Taylor, and daughter, Robert Carimill, Kli Pat terson and family, Oladys and Cor rine Oabbert, Mr. and Mrs. II. Ji. Burks and family, Hariet Patterson and family, Annie Loyd and daugh ter, Mrs. S ella Stafford and daugh ter. C K.Oabbert and family, Mr and M'S.Stoy Lambert and Louise Plymaie. \ i THOMAS SKEAN Had a Second Stroke of Paralysis Last Satur day. 1 homa* Skean, a well-known farmer who liveA a short distance from town, viaited this place last Saturday and while returning home was stricken wi h paralysis. Sever, al months ago Mr. Skean had a stroke, but almost recovered. Drs. Bruns and Shirley were sum moned and attended Mr. Skean, who was taken to bis home last Satur day. The stroke was only a slight one—as was the first—and Mr. S.’s many friends will be glad to know that his condition is not serious health and happiness Depend Upon Your Liver. That sluggish liver with it sluggish flow of bile is what iniikes the world look so dark at times. Dr. King's New Life Pills go straight to tin* root of the dilti eulty by wakiu up the action of the liver and increasing the bile. I)r. King's New Life Pill* cause the Ih»w Is to act more freely and drive away those “moody days.” 26c a bottle. * udv. ceredo Won. The Ceredo high school and Ken ova football learnt* indulged in a |game at Kenova list Friday alter noon, resulting in a score of 12 t » nothing in favor of Ceredo. While Ceredo got the best of the game proper, the Kenova lads came out victorious in the other pirt. Clif ford \\ rilit came oil the battle. Held w ilh a broken collarbone and «ome of hi-* comp inions received disoolored features. A number ol the Kenova boys lift a quantity of life’s tluid on the field. Although the game seems to have been on the Furopean fracas order, vet the best < 1 feeling exists be tween the combatants, and the Kudo v.'i boys are spilin’ for another chance to gee at the Ceredo hum dingers. Baptist Association. The twenty.third annual session of the Twelve Bob* Bip'i-t associa tion was held at the Kenova Baptist church Wedmsday ami 'Thursday. About two hundred people were present and this w\ts accredited oue «-f the most pleasant gatherings in the history of the organization. The church was tilled with men and women and the best of fellow ship prevailed throughout the two days’ session. All the addresses were excellent and very much ap preciated by the audience. Reports on home and foreign missions show, el that much had been accomplished during the past year. The Chilian work was transferred from the Mex ican Baptists to the American so ciety. The homes of Kenova people were thrown open to the visitors and thev were made to feel thai the city belonged to them. The ladies of the church served a free dinner and supper in the dining room of the church Wednesday. An abundance of eatables had been pre pared and the visitors did ample justice to the repasts. arrested by the ('a’.lettsburg police on Wednesday morning <»f !»*•„ week, charged with grand larceny The negro js alleged to have grabbed a basket containing twelve quarts of whisky at the Chesapeake <fc Ohio railway slat ion. The man ran near the county jail and hid the liquor in a barrel. Camden Park Skating Rink Will clone Thursday night, Hep ternber HO Come out and enjoy yournelf. Ponitively the last night, adv. ||. O. Via. NfeWMk&Western SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV 22.1014 WEST BOUND. I.RAVR CRRROO OAII.T. No. 17, 6:87 p. m—For Portsmouth and _ intermediate stations. No. 18, 8:2ft a. m. — For Williamson and intermediate station*. Trains leave Kenora for (Vdnmhns and Cincinnati and the went 2 :20 a. m., I 5 :6<> a. ni. and 2 :00 p, m. daily. Trains leave WiliiAinson for the nortt and east 4 :41 a. m., 4:47 p.m. and 6:00 a. m. or Tickets, Time Cards, Sleeping Car Rese rvations and all informs* tion, write or call opon nearest Agent Norfolk & Western Railway. W, B. Brvit.l, Pam, r raff. Mgr. W. C. Sai korh, Gaa’I Pass. Agx AMERICANS FOND OF JEWELS Have That Reputation All Over the World, and It Would Seem Well Deserved. Americans have the reputation of being extremely fond of jewelry. 1 his is lava use they are known the world over as being great buyers of pearls, diamonds and other precious gems. Hut we have a close rival in this fondness for costly finery in the Hin dus. 1 he men ami women ln>th are extravagantly fond of jewelry. The very poorest often wear gold rings set with pearls. '1 hey wear rings in their noses and ears and upon their fin gers and toes. The arms and ankles are often decorated with bracelets of gold, silver, copper or glass They are very modest about speuking of their finery. This is because they lay claim to great politeness of manner. It is a breach of etiquette to use the left hand in bowing, eating and drinking SIMPLE AIR PRESSURE TEST Experiment Which Anyone Can Make Will Be Both Interesting and Instructive. Anyone cam demonstrate the proft sure of tin* atmosphere by the simple ox|K*rimcnt which follows: On tin* tint of an iron lay a thin shoot of rubber—part of an old to bacco pouch will do. Place a small, thin lid containing some wadding soak' d in spirits of wine on the rub ber and ijrnite the spirits. Then press a wineglass down tightly over the flair". \\ hen the flame dies nut it will ho found that the two articles an* firmly united, and may he suspended by a wire, and some time will elapse before they separate. The expla nation is that the flame consumes the oxygen in the glass and lowers the* pressure, when tlu* greater pres sure of the atmosphere squeezes the articles together. GRAHAM BREAD. / It is claimed that the healthiest of all breads is graham bread, so named for the American physician who invented it. It is made of wheat and corn, both grains being so coarsely milled that they contain al most all of the outer husk of grain No veast is used in baking it. Thu dough is softened and made porous by a process of steaming, the water remaining in the dough through this process being evaporated while bak ing. (draharn bread can be taken bv the weakest stomach without in jury. ELUSIVE IMPRESSION. “I listened to your speech with el'»^e jiitention,” said the man who tries to he pleasant, hut fails. “And did it set you thinking?” It did. And the next time yon deliver it I’m going to listen again ami see if I can find out what I was thinking about.” DRESSING TO PLEASE. “Its just ‘clothes, clothes, clothes* all the time,” growled Mr. Cobbles. “ Don't you women ever think of any thing hut clothes?” “Whv, yes,” answered Mrs. Coll ides. “Occasionally we think of you men and then we go and buy more clothes.” AN EFFORT TO BE 8AFE. ( mild you lend me an um brella ?” “No. I'll give you the umbrella on condition that you come hack in an hour or so and lend it to rnc.” “ I’he man of the hour in Meiico must he a man on horseback ” “Why so?” “Because everybody says they need a stable government down there.” A VOICE OF LONELINESS. “I shall have to learn to play golf.” “Nerd the exercise?” # “No. T want hi understand what mv friends are talking about.” Patience—Did your vaccination cause you any regret? Patrice—I should rather say it did. W by, Fred couldn’t hug me for & fortnight. THE RETORT APPROPRIATE. “T A art, i-™ come out into the IT8 KIND. 80ME REGRET. 99 Boys, We Want Yon to Read This Advertiseme’t It s not about clothes, nor school, nor (logs, but about our GIFT GIST We want every boy in Huntington and vicinity on our Gift List. All you have to do to got on is to give us your name, address, date ol birth and parents’ name, then, when your birth day rolls ’round, we’ll mail you a nice gift. We’ve been doing this since August 1st. We’re getting new names every day, why not give us yours? NORTttGOTT-TflTt HiOY GO. “BKTTEK CLOTHES” 920-928 Fourth Ave., Huntington, W. Va. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardul, the woman’s tonic. She says further: “Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. AWer taking three bottles of Cardul, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give The Woman’s Tonic a trial I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman’s tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardul for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! ,M Furniture Repaired Cheaply All work guaranteed. Call on ZONA RIQG, cor. B and Hast Fourth Streets, Ceredo, W. Va. QU) PAPKR8 PUR SALK at the Advanoe Office, Ceredo W. Va if. FISHER F. SCAGOS, Attorney at Law Wayne, W. Va. Call and f>t‘? our liandaome earn plfn of prnbo*»ed advertising card*. Also folder*, hall programs. invita tion*, calendar*. etc. They are manufactured hy Butler A Kelley, the celebrated arti-ts of New York# KENTUCKY NATIONAL CATLETT8BURG. KENTUCKY BANK CAPITA! $7 A,000.00 OFFICKRN O. W GUNNELL, Pre*. CHARLES RUSSELL, Vice President ERNEST ME IK, Cashier DIRRCTORH CHA8. RUSSELL A. MIMS ERNEST MEEK JOHN RUSSELL O. W. GUNNELL W« are in a position to look after Wayne eonnty rnsto mem with care and dispatch. Yon are invited to open an aeOonnt in person or by tnail.