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, OFF ITS TROLLEY,
NOW FOR THE
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We propose to make this sale the
greatest event of our history. Every
dollar's worth o surplus stock has beon
marked at prices to close it in oNi:
week; cost, former value and loss will
not be considered. We are bound to
sell the goods. We moan just what we
say and want vou to regard every word
as a cold fact." This sale will last just
one week and it is a buying opportuni
ty that none should miss.
Haven't space for full description, but
if you never bought silks before you'll
buy them now at these prices. v
Satins, 11 shades, at 25 oents, rogular
price JiOe a yard.
Silk Cropons, 0 shades, at IS oents a
yard, were 40c a yard.
Silk Grenadines at 75 cents, were
$1.75 to $2.50, 7 patterns.
Silk Velvets, 8 shades, at 10 cents,
were $1.00, 18 inches wide.
500 yards China Wash Silks at 19 ets.,
were 35c a yard.
Dress Goods Slump.
Have too many, will inovo though
see if we don't. It means a big loss
but they must go. These prices make
the cottons blush. On eyery dress pat--tern
sale of S2.00 and upwards a dress
pattern will be given free that means
a good deal. Como and see how much
you can save. Plaids '.',"( c and up.
The Wash Goods Whirl.
Want .to sell every yard of Wash
Goods in the stock. See if these prices
won't do it.
Ijawns 2. 3J4 and 5c a yard. Fine
wide Plain Lawns at 5 and 04 c, regu
lar price 15c.
Dimities, Linen and Green Cloth at
S, 10 and l'J.'fc a yard, were 15, 20 and
Dress Ginghams at SJf, 5 and OJfe,
worth 10, 12H and 15c. Best Standard
Prints at : and 4c a yard.
House-keeping Goods at less than
Mill Prices. It's only for a week though,
the pace is too hot for a longer poriod
Huy while they are going, wo know
you want them.
Lonsdale and Barker Bleached Mus
lin at -ijia a yard. Fruit of the Loom
-t-4 Brown Muslin ut 4, 4 ' i and 5c a yd
Shirtings at :l?f. 5 and (i.Hc.
Extra 8-4 and 10-4 Muslin at 12H ahA
15c a yard, worth IS and 22c.
Extra Large, Heavy and Fine White
Quilts at OSc, cheap at SI. 50.
Toweling at 2, M and 5c.
It Hits the Wen's Goods.
And hits them hard. All the summer
goods go under the knife. Outing
Shirts, Suspenders, Neckwear, Collars,
Cuffs and Laundered Shirts; prices
talk here with no uncertain sound.
Men's Dark Working Shirts with
yoke at 25c, :J0 and 35c, worth 35, 45
Laundered Negligee Shirts at 25, :VJ
and 45c. were 40. 50 and 05c.
Neckwear 1, 5, lOtolflc. Big cuts here.
Men's IUbbed Seamless Socks at 5c.
Regular made, blank, at 10c a pair.
The greatest bargain on Suspenders
at 20c, worth 35c, for silk over-shot
The Summer Underwear and Hosiery
must go. Vou can use them now; see
how cheap we are selling them.
A Ribbon Riot.
Over-stocked on certain lines. Wo
know how to reduce this though and
make it very satisfactory to you at the
All Silk Baby Ribbon le a yd., wortli
3 cents. ,
Wide Persian Ribbon at 25c. worth
50c All grades and widths at cut prices.
.Soap cuts a wide swath in our busi
ness. We will make during this sale
borne low prices.
One box, 3 cakes, Lomon Juice and
Buttermilk, the anti-freckle soap, with
a nice stick pin all for, 10c; only this
week. 3 large bare best makes of
Laundry Soap for 10c. Wo make the
lowest prices on soapi.
Last Call on Shirt Waists.
And it is the loudest of the season.
Good bye profit; all we want now is to
see them cleaned out. It's about two
.waists for the price of one.
Here is where wo urn making a clat
ter. Never such low pi ices in fine Dec
orated Dinner and Toa Sets, 7'ltchers
the prettiest designs and pattern. I'lain
ware of all kinds yery cheap. Best
goods at less prices than the poor qual
. Ity has been sellinc for.
Fine Large Glass Dishes at 10c, worth
sue. Special lots of Ulassware receiv
ing to sell at this sale.
169 Front St. Marietta. 0
Populist Convention Called to Or
der by Chairman TaubenecL
Senator Marion Butler, of North Car
olina, Elected Temporary Chairman.
Tho Convention Adjourn Until 11 V. M.
National Silver Convention Cnllf-il to
XJrdcr and Congressman Nowlnuds
Selected Temporary Chnlrmnn.
St. Louis, July .' I At 12:37 Chntrmaa
Taufccneck, or the national committee. calle
the populist convention to order. Her. Dr
W. It L. Smith, of tho Third Baptist church,
oflercd prayer. Gov. Wm. J. Stone, ot Mis
souri' was Introduced by Chairman Taube
neck nnd delivered nn address of welcome.
Gov. Stono was followed by Ignatius Donnelly,"
of Minnesota, who received n rousln? ovation
Mr. Donnelly counseled moderation In their
deliberations and captured the convention by
saying that tho people's party must not die
and that they must stand together.
The chairman nsked such members of the
executive commttteo as were In tho body of
the hall to stop up to tho platform. Among
those who thus advanced was Mrs. Mary Ellen
Lease, who was warmly cheered.
Chairman Taubenecl: Introduced as tom
jiorary chairman of the convention Senator
Marlon Hutlcr, of North Carolina, saying that
'he had been choson by acclamation and with
out ii dissenting voice, in a committee ot 49
members, and expressing the belief that when
the convention adjourned It would have ac
complished Its work Just as unanimously
Senator Butler was received with three
cheers which he characterized as "a cyclone
of patriotism." All history taught, ho sjld,
that history showed that thoro always came
crlslses In the affairs of men when humanity
was raised to a higher level, accordingly as
tho men on whose shoulders the responsibili
ty rested were able to meet the crisis vith
wisdom and patriotism. (Cheers.) And to
solve It to the betterment of humanity.
Two political parties, ho said, had held na
tional contentions this year, had adopted
platforms aid had put forward their leaders,
and now another great political party, young,
but agrowlngglantin strenjtb-hadnssombled
to speak to the American people nt this criti
cal and important hour (cheers). Tho populists
were here because there was need of them to
be here. Tho parties that has had charge of
the government since tho war had succeeded
In bringing the nation to the verge ot bank
ruptcy and ruin, and had necessitated tho ex
istence of tho populist organization. Tho two
parlies' had vied with each other In "strad
dling." but now straddling was a thing of the
The people's party had come Into existence
to perform a groat mlstlin. There was a ne
cessity for its coming, and it was going to
stay so long as there was nny necessity for it
(Cheers.) If tho people's party were to go out
of oxlsteneo to-morrow, the next democratic
national convention would report n platform
on which llryan would not stand. (Cheors )
The peoples party had raised an Issue so uni
versal, so great, so Important, that It had
split both tho old parties In two
Senator Duller spoke for nearly an hour,
closing his speech at 2 p ro. He was compli
mented upon It by Mr Ignatius Donnelly and
other persons on the stand.
When Senator Butler resumed his seat
some cries were raised for o speech from Mrs.
Lease, but the chairman directed the secre
tary to call the roll ot states to name the
committee on credentials. This was done.
II. E. TAUIIKNKCK.
On motion of Mr. Donnelly, of Minnesota,
the convention at 2:15 took a recess until
eight p. tn. to enable tho commlttco on cre
dentials o report After tho recess was
taken tho convention resolved Itself into an
Informal mass meeting and Congressman
Howard, of Alabama, who will bo remem
bered .as having introduced c, resolution to
Impeach President Cleveland spoko for ten
minutes. Ho made a bitter attack upon tho
democratic party and advocated standing on
an independent ticket IIo was followed by
other speakors who ..urged standing for the
people's party issues, nrst, last and all the
ST. Louis. July 2i At 12:30 Dr. Mott called
the national silver convention to order. Atthls
timo thero were probably 400 delegates In
their seats and two score spectators. At 12:30
Dr. Mott Introduced Hon. Francis G. New
lands, representative In congross from Nova
da, as tho temporary chairman, who addressed
Air Nowland's references to the declara
tions by the democratic platform for frco
coinage of silver, at tho ratio of 10 to 1, with
out International agreement and to the quali
ties of the democratic candidate wero receiv
ed with much favor by the delegates.
Ills suggestion that bimetallism retaining
Independence of conviction and action upon
nonessentials should unite upon the essen
tial Issue of the campaign with tho democrats
and under the gallant young leader mined by
that party and march to victory, received a
tumultuous response which Indicated the In
tention of the delegates to do that very thing.
Mr. Newlands' question as to the probable
date when the commercial nations of Europe
would probably be brought up to tho point of
jetting the United States la an International
agreement tor free coinage ot stiver, was an
swered by one of the delegates amid laughter,
"when Gabriel blows his bora"
Mr. Newlands spoke 60 minutes and was
warmly applauded at the close.
A permanent organization was then under
taken, committees being named by oalllng the
roll of states. Some of them, whioa were
represented, failed to respond, so that It was
Impossible to tell bow mtny states were in
the convention. After naming the committee
on credentials, the temporary chairman sug
gested that the state delegations get togetcer
and'select their representatives on the several
committees and pending this, Miss LIUIo
'Pierce, of St Louis, was escorted to tho plat
She was nrrad In a gaib of white, over
whkli was draped tho Araorlcnn flag and lib
erty cap on her head. On her left arm she
wore shoulder and wrist bracelets connected
with chains ot gold coins, nnd. on her bosom a
dolcgnte badge, the color of which was of old
gold She stood In front of tho presiding of
ficer's desk, which was draped with yellow
silk bordered with gold bullion fringe Miss
Pierce carried a small Hag. and waving It said:
"Americans, under tho folds of our grand old
flag, I salute you."
She then recited the Declaration of Inde
pendence and tho swelling periods of that
document wero greeted with rapturous ap
plause Tho conclusion of the recitation, which was
very effectively rendered, was marked by a
wild outburst of npplauso, while tho band
played "Ked, Whlto nhd Blue."
A delcgnto from Colorado moved tho thanks
of the convention bo given Miss rierco for her
recitation of the Charter of Amorieop Liberty,
and It was adopted by a rising vote.Und more
cheering It whs Unallv agreed that tho mate
delegations should hand tho names of the dif
ferent tr.cmbcr ot committees to tho secre
toVy. While the lists wera being prepared. Chair
man Newlands rend tho following telegram
from benator Toller:
"Denveu, July 21. L N. Slovens, St. Louis:
Tno money question overshadows all others.
On Its rightful determination depends the
prosperity of tho peoplo nnd tho perpetuity
of republican Institutions. All othor ques
tions must be subordinate to It
"A voto for Bryan and Sewall Is a vote for In
dustrial and financial Independence of thu
American people from foreign domination and
control and they shall have tbfcsupport ot all
opponents of tho old standard."
Tho sentiments contained In tho telegram
were vigorously applauded
A delegate trom Pennsylvania read tho fol
lowing letter from ex-Congretsmon J C Sib
ley, dated Franklin. Pa.. July 20. "I find It
absolutely Importable to get to St Louis. I
horo success will attend tho efforts of the
fplnnilu tn V..i.'n nnl.- ..nn llnlfll T.l tho t.
suo bo rquarely Joined anl the verdict of the
A motion to take a recess caused some dis
cussion. Judge Scott, of Nebraska, suggest
ed an adjournment until Thursday at 10 a. m.
Tncro was no necessity, he said, of telng In a
hurry In this matter it took the republican
party a' whole week in thu olty to marry
Grover Clovelind. and the democratic party
a week in Chicago to get ndlvorco from him.
(I. (tighter )
The judgo sald'he was a member of the com
mlttco on resolutions, a meeting of which will
be held Wednesday night to draft an address
totho peoplo upon which the party could go
to tho country That could not bo done In ten
minutes. It would require time, he said, and
with time such an address would bo propared.
Ho wanted the committee to write a new de
claration ot Independence (Applause )
niANcis o. Nrwi.ANDS, of Xcvada,
A recess until 4:30 o'clock Wednesday aftor
noon was finally agreed to, and at 2.20 o'clock
the convention separated.
A Movement to Check It .lnumlnc a
Xkw Yoiik, July ;.. The movement
to check the exports of gold is assum
ing tangible shape.
The following statement was given
out by Mr. J. I'ierpont Morgan just be
fore three o'clock concerning the con
ference of bankers held at his office
Wednesday afternoon, An informal
meeting was held W-tlnesday at tho
office of Messrs. J, I. Morgan & Co.i of
foreign bankers who met to consider
what could bo done to prevent-gold
exports, or any way in their powty. to
assist in the maintenance of the .gold
reserve, "supplemental to the action of
the banks in putting their gold at the
disposal of the treasury. The follow
ing committee' was 'aopolnted to whom
tho whole subject was referred to form
ulate a plan:
J. Pierpont Morgun, chairman; John
Crosby i'irown, of Krown Hros. A,Co.;
A. huttgon, of August Belmont & Co.;
Jacob Schtff, of Kuhn, Loeb & Co.;
tym. Salomon, of Spcyer & Co.; A..
Mnier, of hazard Freres, and II, Ickel
heimer, of Heidelbach, Ickelheimcr &.
Gold Shipments to Europe,
Nkw Yokk, July 13. Ij.Von Hoffman
& Co. will ship 8500,000 in gold, and
Heidelbach, Ickelheimcr & Co. 8250,000,
to Europe Thursday. Kuhn, Loeb &
Co. will ship 6750,000 in gold Thurs
day. J.azard Freres will ship 8300,000
in gold to Europe Thursday. Total
engagements thus far, S-,000,000.
Attaclcftic Homo tftillDors.
The -silveritc candidate for president
nominated nt Chicago declared: "Wo
are fighting for our, homes, our fam
ilies nnd posterity." Mr. Bryan neg
lected to sa3- how a policy of delrt re
pudiation and property confiscation
'would establish more firmly theYight
of men who build homes to own them.
,lf, as he seems lo think, the fact that
some delftors arc poor justifies lone'
wholesale robbery of creditors, would
,not the, same logic entitle the millions
who have no lulul or homes to sharo
the property of the fanners who hare
by hard work secured (i home and a lit
,tle wealth? Can an agitation which at
tacks capital and property rights be
.truljksaid to be n movement in defense
,of Uitf people's homes? There are about.
i.",000,000 Americans wlio have saved up
a little money and deposited it in Rav
ings and other banks or in building and
loan associations. A large proportion
of the. 5,000,000 have saved from tlielr
small earnings in hope of one day hav
ing enough to got a home for their old
nge. Mr. Bryan's sixteen to one scheme
would cut tho value of all theee savings
in two. Is Unit a policy in defense of
the American home? "Fighting for our
homes" sounds well. Fighting to pre
vent tho mnsses from (jetting homes
would be a mora truthful statement of
the silveritc agitation.
Will Uncle tarn Ever Iio In This Condition?
U..S. B'gosh! Worst booze ever got
on. If I get sober this time, I'll never
do it again.
Are you on officeholder -with, a fixed
salary? Vote for free coinage and you
vote to reduce your salary 50 per cent.,
for under free coinage the same num
bjr of dollars will purchmaj only half
as much as at present.
Do you draw a pension? Vote for free
coinage and you vote to cut yonr pen
sion in two in the middle, because un
der free coinage your dollars would
purchase only half as much as now.
Toadstools en Uncle Sam's Farm.
The riatrorimKiuliodlo All th rrliKlplfB
of dip National Cotiventlnii'Ktl'ittfcljurli
huiI Onu Additional Plunk.
Co!.uMr!ud,.Q., July t' The state na
tionalist 'convention adopted the plat
form plrSparct by tlie resolutions com
mittee Tuesday night" nt the morning
sehhlon. Though tho convention'wus
'practically agreed upon all the planks,
they were severally discussed and
adopted. The platform embodies all
the principles of the national conven
tion adopted at Pittsburgh, and con
tains but a single additional plank,
urging the reduction of salaries of pub
Ellen E. Hawkins, whose place ot resldonce
Js unknown, will tane notice that on the 11th
day of July, 1896, James II. Hawkins filed his
certain petition in the Court ot Common Pleas
of Washington county, Ohio, where Bald case
Is now pending. Said petition prays for a di
vorce from said Ellen K Hawkins upon the
grounds of willful absence for more than three
years last past. Said cause will be for hear
ing on and after August 29th, ISM. by which
said date defendant Is required to answer.
JAMES II. IIAWKIN8,
B. E. Govton, Attorney.
vv - . A
When You -Paint
If you desire the very best rosults at the
least expense you will use qur paints.
J. W. DYSLE &
The Leading I'aint House in South
Things You Should Know
That wo have. a stock of drain tile.
That wo have a stock of sower tile.
That wo have a stock of hearth tilo.
That when you break your wheel
wo can repair it.
That we rent neio wheels.
That selling for cash (as we do)
dropped the price ol all grades
of bicycles from $10.00 to
That you can buy a $100 wheel of
us for $06.00, no moro no less.
That which you see in our adver
tisement you can find nt 229
That the Lyon egg beater is the best
Hagan & Schad,
A. J. RIGHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. x MARIETTA, O
Personal attention given to com
pounding of Proscriptions.
AS0N & IILLS,
Second St. opp. Union DepnL
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
To make room for an
other carload to arrive
in ten days we will sell
at a liberal discount.
Now is your chance.
p F. H. Button & Son., S
C0 515 Fourth street. m fe
Guardian's Salo of Real Estate.
By virtue ot an order ot sale to mo directed
from the Probate Court of Washington county,
Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction at
the front door of tho Court House in Marietta,
Washington county, Ohio, on
SATURDAY, AUGUST S, 1893,
at 1 o'clock p, m of said day, tho following de
scribed real estate, situated in Washington
county, Onlo: Being part of 100 acre lots Nos.
83, 81 and 35, T. 9R, 11 Muskingum Allotment,
beginning at the south side of the road lead
ing from Wolf Croek Mills to Roxbury, at a
point opposite the. W. corner ol premises of
Mary lioon In lot No. SI, thence past along the
south side of the road T2, rods, thence south
122 rods to tn,e south boundary of lot No, Hi,
thence west along the line or lot No. 35 to the
mouth of Becond ravine, thence In a northerly
direction along tho ravine to the south bound
ary of lot No. K4, thence wost 22 rods, thence
north 72i ods to tho place of beginning, con
taining It acres more or lees, except one-bait
acre In northwest corner of said premises.
Terms of sale, one-third cash, one third in
one and oue-thlrd In two years, deferred pay
ments to bear Interest at (I per cent, and be se
cured by mortgage.
W. H. LEEPER,
Guardian of Laverna Cook.
Cynthia A. Morris, whose residence Is un
known, will take notice that on tho 13th day of
june, imhj aamueij. Morns nieunis pennon
In theConrt of Common Pleas, of Washington
county. Ohio; where tho same brnow pending'.
Said petition praya for a divorce from said
Cynthia A. Morris on the ground ot adultery.
Said above named defendant Is required to
answer not later than July aa,h, 18W, or said
divorce will be granted.
Undehwood & Lucky, Attorneys,
June 20. 8isr. i
The contractors of the city to know
that the undersigned, A. C. Wendel
ken, Screen Manufacturer, turns Angle Blocks,
Flint Blocks and all kinds of Moulding Angle
Blocks. Also Square Turning. Give him a
call; he can audwlll save you 2) per cent, on
all work. .
A. C. WNDEr.KEN,
Dly t f Cor. Mulberry & Poplar Sta.
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET'
Hereon fcspt by tns Ccy, WesS or Month,
Prompt Attention Olvon tn Panorals.
Carriage can bo ordered to and'from all,
trains to nil parts of tho city. Op
ders by tolophono will receive
MARIETTA .... OHIO
WAirr c cmvrxB,
Phyalolnno and Surgeons.
Office and roslilonoe, on Second otroet. threa
doors nbovo t) Court-bouio, Marietta, Ohio.
QTANLEY. W. A. "
l? M1?- ca D' S-rhyslcian and Surgeon,
Homeopathic. Ofllce nnd reBldenco corner Har
mar and Lancaster Sts.
C1UAULE8 W. EICHARD3,
J Attorney at Law,
UUlooon I'utnJtm Street,
X Attorney at Law.
Oillce In Law ilnlldlnir,
T7 I. UUTTBll,
tlcrnov at Law nnd Kntaru Vnhltn.
OHlcu on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
J Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Uoom a Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Pabllo.
LOOMI8 W. B.
Attorney at Law,
QiMco East cor. Front and Pntnam. Marietta.
f P. WAHD,
l ftp! Ir.afnfji ami T.n A.....
second St., oup. Union Depot! Ma'rlotta,.0
DH. O. TV. EDDV.
Office No. 304 Front Street.
oppoalto Soldiers' Monnmont. Residence No,
618 Fonrth Street. Tolenhone connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON H. . KRAFT
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Ofllca room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second BtrratB.
JYK h. FOLLKTT,
XS Attorneys at La ,
Office lu Law RulldliiR Marietta, O.
.Utomej ai lift.,
Ofllco In Law Building, Marietta, O.
J. HATHA WAV,
.luuriiuy at Law.
Ora Leador Ofllce. Cor. Front and Putnam
MD. FOLLKTT now Law Offices, ovor
. Citizens Bank, Entrance, Second St,
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
T F. FOREMAN,
1 10 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio.
I'lttsbur Clnclnnutl Lino of Steamers.
Arrive at Marietta, going up, every Saturday,
Monday and Thursday afternoons ; going down,
every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings
.Jas. A. Henderson, Oen'l Manager.
For further Information wrlto or call on Jas.
B.IIalght, Passenger Agt., No. 231 Frontstreet,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 81.
DO YOU SAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff's is unexcelled, as are
also hl3 Cakes and Ices. Finest
Neapolitan loe Cream that can bo
made. 'Particular and personal at.
tentlon glvon to serving Dnrtlos-
roceptlons, woddlnnsor public din-
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE
A great many people In this section are plan
ning to take a vacation trip during the sum
mer months and before deciding definitely as
to same they should confer with the ticket
agent of the Cleveland & Marietta Railway,
and learn the advantages offered by that com
pany to tourists for a trip up the Great Lakes
to Put-In-Day, Detroit. Oakland,-Mackinac Is
land, Sault Ste. Marie, Ashland or Duluth.
Those points are reached by the many mag
nificent steamers from Cleveland Insuring a
safe, pleasant Journey and at very low rates.
To buslnobs men desiring a vacation for rest
nothing ym be offered to compare with a jrlp
to Duluth and back. These trips combine rest;
health and pleasuro and are enjoyable for all.
WANTED-5,000 Agents for Russell's au
.mn.M1"?."11 op Mckinley and
HOBART." 0 pages, elegantly Illustrated.
Price only L00. The best and the cheapest,
and outsells all others. 50 per cent, to Agents,
nnd Freights Paid. Spooks now ready.
Save time by sending to cents in stampsfor an
outfit nt once. Address
A. D. WOIITHINGTON & CO., Hartford, Conn.
Z.& O. R.ifl. Excursion to Nlacnra
Falls, Wednesday, July 29tr).
iiuimu.uu Kouna irip.
Tickets good going on train leaving Marlet
n nt r.)ft A H in! kink -
Itoute via ateamer trom Cleveland, Return
iu leave me tans Aug. zua, i M. Arrive i
MnHntla &nr M
For further particulars call oa oraddre.
u. i iianaers, omce wont street, or at Unln
Nln.trn.ra Pnllq nn1 vttiin ta nn .(
Z. &0. R. Ry., Wednesday, Julyjth
Be sure to take in the Z. & O. Ti. Ry.
Niagara Falls Excursion Cheapest
and Best trip of the season, Wednes
day, July "9th.
SI.OO-To Cornlnuand Roturn-31 OO
Sunday. July 20th, the T. & O. O. E. R. R
will sell tickets to Corning and return at-the
low rate of Kl.oo. Go and spend. the day with
friends and relatives, or among the oil wells'
and coal mines. Also witness tne (treat game
of ball In the afternoon. Leave Marietta 9:00
leaVH f'nrnfnrr ftM ? tJt ,Alwa MnHnttS
Sp u B "" " "