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Marietta Headquarters for
Eastman Kodak Co.
We handle all sizes it Kodaks,
Films, - t
Printing, Oiitfits. . '
Toning Outfits, etc.
Printing and Finishing done i
The Marietta Picture Rlan.
The Largest Picture. and tho Smallest
I Camera Combined for S5.00.
For Sale by
120 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
Two More Samples Left.
I One ladies' Liberty, list $100, now $03 50
fOno gents' Viking, " S100,V " 870.00
We also received last night
hi Eclipse, S100 list, which will go at S50.
One gents' Kankakee, list 500, will go
at S25 00.
)ne ladies' Dutchess, list $00, will go at
Erhree Juvenile wheels at $25.00.
Now is tho chance to get a wheel at
ihe right price.
Sig Four Cycle Co.,
11!) Pront street.
C. Saner. R. E. Race. J. M. Williams.
kVas in our favor, tho jury was
made up ol
II "SUMMER G-IBLS"
KNOb tweivo out iiuuuicus ui onuui,
and they were unanimous.
Our new soda drink;
'a was on trial, the verdict was one
short word "delicious."
There's no appeal
3u4mwi sttwfifif Ph'iYWi'JMr
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
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Closing Out Sale!
lero is your chance to get a good
One Gents' wheel, list $100.00,
One Gents' wheel,,-list $85$0,
lor $&u.uu. - , j . .-
One Ladies' wheel, list .$85.00,
One. Gents' wheel, list. $75,00,1
W. R. Koerner.
JEO. STIVECKEn. HKNRY STHECKIB
GEO. 3TRECKER CO.,
Janufacturerfl of Marine, Stationary and OH
s-rU Boilers. Oil TanltB, Sinoke Stacks and
nba Exnandors. Special attention given to
Fepalrlns Boilers In the oil fields. We employ
Bin...Mp .-. miu.tinnf.fl in this UnA.
ni a t trln.1 Wfi know We Can 1)16080 YOU.
3ce and works on West Side.
MARIETTA DAILY LSADBR
SATURDAY, JULY 10. IBBO
PERSONAL : LOCAL
John Crooks loaves , today for
Athens, whore ho 'will spend a wcok.
Will Ramer, who has boen 111 for
bovernl weeks, will remoyo today from
the West Side to tho rcsldonco of his
father on Second street.
The friends of Mr. Joe. Eolls will
bo surprised to Unow that for a year or
more he has boen a tnomuereff tho rank
of benedict, ho .having been marrlod in
Cleveland to a young lady of that city,
MaVlVi89? Although a triile late,
hisifrlcuds will Jlo eager to extend con
gratulations. , , r f
Miss Louisa Ellison, Alexander,
llttlcdaughter of Mr. tf.' 'Stowarti of
Maneheseer, 0., will arrive on the Key
stone State today to yislt Mrs. Mary P.
llnrtlctt. Muskingum avenue.
Mis6 Mahala McAllister entertain
ed a few of her young lady frionds last
evening at her home up tho Pike.
Wo understand that the new paro
chial school connected with St. Mary's
Catholic church .will bo opened in Sep
tember, and ihe teachers will bo hero
in about three weeks to assist in get
ting mattors in order for starting
Mrs. U. P. Maiden gavo a party
last evening to a humber of friends in
The oil market Friday was down to
S1.03; Corning .03.
"Liso" 'Davis left Friday for Mt.
Clemens. Mich., where ho will remain
Mr. McConnoll, of the firm of Stoy
ena & McConnoll, of Maeksburg, was
in tho city on business Friday.
-r-Miss Sadio Wheatley has returned
from Washington, D. C, accompanied
by her neic, Mibs Helen Wheatley.
L I Hill, manager of thq Qil Well
Supply store here, will return Sunday
from Atlantic City, where, with his
family, ho has been spending the past
Messrs. George Somers and Wain
Willey, of Tarkersburg, where in tho
city last evening.
lion. Chris. McKec and Hon. C. A..
Leland, of Caldwell, were in tho city
Mr. "and Mrs. L. W. Ellenwood,
Mrs. It. W. Chamberlain, Miss Helen
Chamberlain and Mr. Bert McLean
composed a party which spent the day
Friday picnicing east of tho city.
At Ulennerhassett Friday the Dark
Secrets were defeated by the Black
Caps by a score of 9 to 7.
In Probate Court Friday afternoon
an nfildavitt of lunacy was filed against
Dr. Mullen by his physician, Dr. Chas.
S. Hart. Tho inquest will bo held by
Judge Rood at nine o'clock this morn
ing. The following officers of Harmar
Lodge, I. O. O. P., hayo been regularly
installed: R. G. Putnam, P. G., Chas.
Krigbaum, N. G.. R. K. Arbor, V. G.,
James Parlin, Conductor, Ben Gossett,
Warden, Phil Spies, Outside Guardian,
Wm, Craig, Inside Guardian, Joe Cook,
A. S. S., Seeley, L. S S , Henry Everly,
R. S. N. G., Hesson, L-. S. N. G., Wm.
Hall, R. S. V. G., Hessen, L. S. V. G.
The greatest bargains ever offered
in millinery goods can be found at Bee
Hivo today and tomorrow.
Mr. Joseph Josephy, of the Buck
tyo Clothing Company, leaves today
for New York; and other eastern cities
on a business trip.
Miss Mabel Hoffman, of Parkers
burg, was in the city Friday, a guest
of Misses Grace Davis and Florenco
Trains on tho B. & O. S. W. woro
delayed several hours Friday by a
freight wreck at McArthur Junction.
Tho tonsorial parlor of Conrad
Baum, in the Citizens National Bank
building, corner Putnam and Second
streets, is a model of elegance in every
particular. Tho shop Is fitted up in
truo New York city style and li is a
common remark nmong strnngeis that
it is ono of tho finest in tho state.
Four handsome chairs aro nro attended
by,a quartette of skillful and courteous
barbers and with tho elegant bat,h ac
commodations supply evety need of
tho most exacting customer.
David Burr, who lives on n shanty
boat at, Mile Run, was arraigned before
'Squire Guy ton Friday afternoon on tho
charge of oxposing his person to a
number of young girls. Ho entered a
plea of guilty and .was fined $10 and
,r pitcher Blanehard'of the Marlet;
I.... ...Ill Innnn tnilni rtnn!nnn,f!
bUB, Will 1UHVU i.wwu.y w.. wiuwiuuhm)
where ho has"several offers of positions
on good toamB. Taylor ana Baylor
will constitute tho battery today.
-Lew Pefilcer, who has been out of
tho city several, weeks avoiding tho
authorities, returned Friday and start
ed in on an old sentences of 30 days im
prisonment, His placo of hiding evl.
dently became uncomfortable, as ho
roturned With a pair of black eyes. t
Mrs. .Woodruff Is at Athens, tho
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Judge
Mrs. Xuclon Allison, of Waterford,
returned home Friday after a vUit hero
with tho family of M. V. Penwoll.
Special sale of shirt waists, hosiery
and underwear at Bee Hive.
-Mlts Bessie Waters, of Chilllcothe,
returned home I rlday after a pleasant
Visit with friends In tills city.
Dr. John W. Simpson loft Friday
for Cincinnati, whore ho will remain a
Mrs. J. D, Lashley has been visit
ing friends at KUcnboro since Thurs
day. Tho members of tho coloVed Sab
bath Schools enjoyed a picnic at Blen
ncrhusSQtt Island Friday, returning in
tho evening on tho steamer Sonoma.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Jordan aro visit
ing friends at Beverly.
J. Dana Browniug and A. B. Stone',
of Belpro, were In the city on business
OnGllman street Friday morning
Mr. James Dayonport was thrown
from a buggy and painfully bruised.
Tho accident was caused by tho horso
to, which tho vehicle was attachcid tak
ing fright and running away.
Mrs. Julia King, Ilartstreot, is con
fined to her homo by illness and her
condition is reported critical.
General A. J. Warner will be the
orator of tho day at the Bryan ratifica
tion meeting at Wheeling.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Anna Pfeiffer,
who died Thursday afternoon at tho
age of 08, will bo held Sunday. The
deceased leaves five children.
Harr3' Ogle, of this city, is in train
ing for tho Wheeling bicycle races
Walter Boll was severely bruised
Thursday by colliding with a wagon
while riding his bicycle.
At Bolpre Wednesday night tho
stores of Farson x Potter and II. G.
Stono &Bro. were burglarized and rob
bed of a small amount of money and
goods. An attempt was made to enter
the residence of Mr. Steed also.
Mrs. Frank Galtreo and infant
dnughter left Thursday to visit friends,
at Beverly. .
Mr. Davis Wilson, who was a mem
ber of Co."B, 77th O. V. I., in the late
war, is hero from Excelsior, Wisconsin,
calling on old friends and comrades.
Just think, $1 hats for 50 cents and
flO cent flowers for 25 cents at Bee
A marriage licenso was granted
Thursday to William L. Lee, of Park
ersburg, and Ellen Sams, of Marietta.
A number of shantyboat owners
were before the Probata Judgo Thurs
day and paid thoir license as required
Mrs. H. L Fowler and daughter,
Lucy, left yesterday for Marietta,
whero thoy will remain until Monday,
tho guests of Mrs. F. F. Grubb Bev
Miss Emma Patterson, who for sev
eral weeks has been the guest of rela
tives at this place, leaves for her home
at Amesville, today. Sho will be ac
'companied as far as Marietta by Miss
Emma Langenberg, who will remain
seyeral days in Marietta visiting. Bev-
Mrs. J. D. Lashley left -Thursday
for Ellenboro, W. Va., whero she will
yisit friends for about ten days.
Ono of Porter's Improved House
Filters was placed in tho Bellevuo Ho
tel Thurbday by Mr. F. It. Porter. It
has a capacity of 20 callons of water
Guard J. C. Griggs, of the Ohio
penitentiary is something of a music
composer and has received many com
pliments on his latest production. It
is called "The Flag of Our Nation" and
is of a patriot order. Both words and
music were written by Mr. Griggs, who
hails from Washington county. Tho
prison choir is now learning the
piece. McArthur Republican.
Big bargains every day in under
wear, hosiery, silk mitts and shirt
waists at Bee Hive.
Musklneuiu Tp, Fiirmcr' Club
Mot at tho pleasant" home of Mr. and
Mrs John W. Dyar, Willow Farm. Tho
Rainbow Orchestra rendered sevoral
delightful selections during the exer
cises. Mrs. Fred Wittlig read from
tho July' Cosmopolitan nn article by
John Brisben Walker on "Tho Coming
Itaco," in which ho rofera to the flying
machines of Prof, Lilionthal as, in his
opinion, most practicable, and would
advise college students to e.xerciso and
praetico with these machines, because
of thoir moro practical and beneficial
use to man than polo vaulting or high
jumping. Tho appolnted critic was
not present and few remarks wero
mado on tho article. Children's Day
brought forth many entertaining
speeches from the young folks. Al
most all of those, appointed who could
be, present spoke. Tho boys mado a
great success in their eil'prt 'to stand
up for thoir rfghta Altogether it was
define oxaraplo of what our club boys
and girls can dp. Thos.e who spoko
were Corinno Stowe, Dudley Chamber
lain, Clark Deyol, Alicio Stowe, Alice
Barker, Chester Dyar, Ifernico Rood,
Raymond Rech and Hattie Davis. Aft
er moro musics the Club adjourned to
the lawn for supper, and to meet with
Mr. and Mrs. J. Newton Riley, August
8th. Majikllk Devoi, Dvak,
Sec. Fro. Tem.
IIucUIoa'iiArn cu Halve.
Tnu Best Salve In the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Ithouni, Fever Sores, Tettor, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Hi; In
Eruptions, and positively cures Fllos
or no pay required. It Is guaranteod to
?:lvo perfect satisfaction, or ruono.v ro
unded. Price 26 cents per box.
For sale bv W. H. Styer..
When a young couple runs away to get
married half the world says: "How
Romanticl" the other half says: "How
silly I" But you can't tell either way
until the ' ' honey-moon ' ' is over. When
this young couple get settled down to the
regular hum-drum of life, they'll manage
Qllright and find solid happiness in any
case, if they have good hearts and sound
health. All depends on that.
It's wonderful how much health ha3 to
do with married happiness. Sickness af
fects, tie temper. You can't be happy
nor make others happy if you're ailing.
Whcn'Vou find jourself irritable, easily
Vorrie)lj beginning to "run-down" it's
because your blood is getting poor. You
need richer blood and more of it. Your
blood-making organs need to be vitalized
by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery. It imparts new power to produce
an abundance of the healthy, red corpus
cles, and gives you a fresh supply of
pure, rich Wood. It's a blood-creator ;
it is for everyone whose blood 13 impure
or in a poor, "run-down " condition. It
prevents the germs of disease from get
ting a hold on your system. Even after
disease is settled on you, it is driven out
by the blood-creating properties of the
"Discovery." It is a perfect cure for
general and nervous debility, catarrh,
malaria, eczema, erysipelas, scrofula and
every form of blood - disease. It is'ut
called a consumption-cure but even con
sumption, winch has its roots in the
blood is driven out by the " Golden
Medical Discovery" if taken in time.
The "Discovery" is the prescription
bf one of the most eminent physicians
and medical writers ia this country.
Tho Pretty Welter Girl.
Sho has such dainty, winsome ways,
A3 sho prepares my place,
That, though the vaitlnB time be long,
Tho mlnuteu 3eem to race.
Sho Is eo neat, and trim, and nice,
And ha3 so fine an air,
Sho lenda unwonted romance to
Prosaic roast beef rare.
Her slender fingers I admire,
As sho lays down the check,
Or spreads a napkin on the cloth,
To hide a tiny speck.
Surely by naturo she was meant
For ono of fashion's queens;
And yet her tedious life 13 spent'
In seivlng pork and beans.
I spoke of this to her ono day,
Told her how fair sho seemed,
And asked her If she'd bo my wife,
As1 1 had often dreamed.
But sho, ala)! at once declined
To mako my life a heaven,
For aho gota fifteen every week,
Whllo I got onlv stven.
Ellen E. Hawkins, whose placo of residence
Is unknown, will taite notlcn that on the 11th
day of July, lsou, James H. Hawkins filed hl
certain petition In the Court of Common Pleas
of Washington county, Ohio, where said case
is now rending. Said petition prays for a di
vorce from Bald Ellen E. Hawkins upon the
grounds of willful absence for more thanthreo
years last past, baid cause will bo for hear
incon afifl atiei August 2')th, 1600 by which
bald date defendant fa required to answ er.
JAMES II. HAWKINS.
B. E. GnvroN. Attorney.
"WANTED Two furnished rooms, one
suitable for office and one foi bed room. Tront
street preferred, ROOMS, Leader Office.
IKTFORSALE A family horse, six years
old. Dark Bay. Also for rent, a barn with,
four stalls. Call at 310 Front street.
"Tandem for rent. Tho Big Four Cycle
Co has a brand new Vlkiug Tandem which
they offer for rent to responsible and careful
S57"WANTED Salesmen to sell a first class
specialty to the bicycle trade. We have an
entirely now article which sells on sight.
Salesmen can make from 810 to (25 per day.
Write for particulars. Garland Novelty Mfg.
Co , Cleveland, O.
U3J-CHAS. s. HART, M. D, office and reht
decco No. SOB Putnam street. Telephono 20'J.
flXy-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8. ,
2TDR C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 202 Pront Street, ovor Weis' Grocery.
fS7"DR W. M. HART, DEMIST. Office la
Putnam St.. between Front and Second.
BSDlt. E. P. KDDy, Dentist. Office 30J
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
SSTDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of tho eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
B3J-3. M HART, Dentist. Ofllco oer Witt-
lie's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
0 a. ia to 5 p. m.
JSr"rOR SALE, Four young saddle horses
also good driver1!, single or double. Perfectly
sound, kind and gentle. Also a farm, Inquire
at S21 Third street
fSTKOR SALE College property on Fifth
street, opposite Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots in "Emerson Heights" Sub divi
sion and six acirs adjoining corp. line at low
prices Sovoral residence properties in the
city for bale. Teims made easy, Farm in De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange, Call and see
us when looking for property.
Waud & Stonk,
t , 2 5 Second fctree.t.
FOR SALE An 8 room 'house on Third St..
f 2000 on monthly payments. Three-new houses
f lue fiicyL, .several 101s in airecutra oudiuvi
slon from tio to 20O. A business room pn Put-
uatn pfc. vtw, tt.uu Jfuef itiuuery prupwriy
on Second St. lot UJxlfrQ ft. (1000 will bo sold as
a w noie or in snips, on paved street ana good
location iur uusmcss diocies.
J. A. PLUMEIt &'SON,
Cor. Putnam and Second Streets,
Real Estate forSnlo.
GEO. 11. SUNDERLAND, 231 SECOND ETIIEET. OP-
rosrns union depot. ,
11 Good Houses on West Side, from (7)0 to
6 Vacant lots on Front street. $150 to EJ0.
5 Lots on Eighth and Washington, 300 to
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, MOO to loo.
60 Lots for sale on Weekly or Monthly pay
ments. 10 Lots for sale In the Ohio Valley sub divi
sion. 11 Houses near Boiler Works at a bargain.
S Three story buslnew houses on Front St.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below Wooster.
1 House of T Rooms and lot 90x120 feet lo
cated close to Second street on'Montgomery at
a Bargain, 2,800. '
How to Dress Wei! and
Subscribe for THE DELINEATOR, the best
complete stock of the Butterick Pattems.-
Don't forget our closing-out sale of Shirt
S. R. TURNER & CO.
THE FIRST OF THE
You'll be surprised what a Jot of Summer Underwear a Dollai will
buy. It's a price cut all along tho line.
FIRST LOT Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vest 20 for 1.00 or 5 cents eacii.
SECOND LOT Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vest, good quality. 10 for $1.00
or b$ cents each.
THIRD LOT Extra quality, tape
each, and so on through our
Tho same in our Hosier' Department:
FIRST LOT Children's and Misses' Black Ribbed, full fashioned
and guaranteed fast black, 19 cents per pair or 3 pair for 50
cents; all sizes, regular price 25 cents per pair.
SECOND LOT Ladies' Black Lisle Thread Hose, full regular made,
38 cents a pair or 2 pair for 75 cents; retail anywhere for 50
cents per pair.
BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY.
The Standard Fashion Sheets and Publications for "August aro now
in and ready for distribution.
Just re'eeived for 6ale on commission a lot of first-class
Sewing Machines very cheap, for cash.
,OHA8. JONES', ;
172 FRONT STREET.
Join tho throng that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
If you want nice papers at very
lowest prices do not fail to
join tho procession.
Remember the place, at
. W. Dys!e & Co.,
12S Front Street.
117' II n
Tho Low Prices have kept Otto Bros.' Store crowded during tho past
weeks JULY SALES.
We commence another six months' business and with it our Mid
snmmor Clearance Sale. Low Pkices will be the main
x feature during this snle Specials to start with.
Shirt Waist, Justine, at
39c and 69 cts worth
50c and $1.00.
July I Oth,
Ladies' Black Hose, extra
fine, llcrasdorf dye, 25c,
"Lot of Corsets at 50 cents,
regular dollar goods.
The great Kloth for Polishing and Cleaning.
x Call and bo convinced of the offering that wo are
making during this month.
119 and 121 Putnam St
of all the fashion
thus get at the fou n
tain head of fashion
then come here for
your Dress Goods
and Trimmings and
thus get at the foun
tain head of high
grade and stylish
Fashion Sheets are
now ready, and a
finish, 10 for $1.00 or 10 cents
M. v - j. J$f. .Me. -ito. 4V. i,t1Ui!t. v
ftv '!fc "Av W "W '! vjF W -SB" -fji- vt"? vf?
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and ltuticr Sts. Marlotta, O.
'&! vVJi. ! VA ti. .MS. M !, Afe MAU,. CV.
Men's and Boys' Sweaters
29 cents in Black, Blue
White Quilts at 79 cents, '
I B ay.
Men's Shirts, home-made,
37 cents worth 50 cents.