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That's thd record at Craig's
Gallery for the past ten
"What do you think of
that for experience in mak
ing baby pictures? It re
quires peculiar talents to
deal successfully with such
1 j.i"y i l i I01KB' anQ
lb is ClltJ pleased parents Or
mis jiosc wiio nave
Craig the title of
T5je Baby Charmer.
Bring tho Uttlo onos to Craig, ho loves
tnom.an, ana tncy Know it.
The Old Reliable Art Gallery.
" i r -
i ' Now ready b your
rS inspection at
290 Front St.
Jiu Bros, mm Griiey
Are the jtwo best makers of
Dinner ware in the world.
We handle both of their
makes in open stock and jiave
just received Johnson Bros, lat
est in White Porcelain. Call
-in. and see.it.- .-,
Tho Greene Street Ohina, GlnBSr
and Qaeensware Store.
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MASON'S '? PHARMACY
Bell 'Phone, connected -yith
residence, day or iiglit;
o.n Shut YourlEyes."
That's a good rule in
some drug stores, but in others
you hnvo to keep your oyes wldo
This is a storo In which you
may buy blindfolded.
Every quality is right. And wo
givo you what you ask for without
argument. You'ro as 8fo with
us as you aje with your doctor,
Ask him, ho knows vs,
CORNER DRUG STORE,
t $ED CURTIS, Prop.,
Cof. .Front and Putnam Sts.
PALMS AND FERNS.
W6 have a nice Hno of Forna and
Palmsjin stock at Greenhouse, corner of
Fourth and Bcammel streets, Out
06ken and plants of all kinds. Design
work-iiBd Decoratiuc a spooinlty.
w diiw Hut
Tho Marietta. Ldkder.
(Dolly and Wookly.)
8ATUUDAY, SEPTEMBER,' 28, '" MOlf
Tho Public Mirror.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. jifason
a trip to Cincinnati Friday.
A son was born September 27th to
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Watson.
-Mr- GcorG0 ar,on ofFicralne, was
(calling on friends In the city Frldav.
Messrs. H. B. Coen and Dr. 0. A.
Lambert returned Friday, from Athens
Mr. F. B. Hc3ton, of Losan, o.,
was a business visitor. In tho city Fri
day. A largo crowd from this city went
out to Barlow Friday to attend tho
Mr. B. Johnson, of Parkersburg,
was calling on Mends in tho city Fri
day. ' ' '
Mr. O. Grlbble, of Buckhannon, W.
Va., was a business visitor In tho c'ty
Mr. N. B. Smith, of Wavcrly, W.
Va.,'was calling on friends In tho city
Misses May and Elizabeth WInans
were at Barlow yesterday taking in
Mr. A. D. Follett left Friday for
Athens and Cincinnati, 0 . on legal
Mr. M. P. Bartmess and wife left
Friday for Barlow to attend 'the Bar
Mr. George Palm, a prominent oil
man, of Butler.Pa., is a business vis
itor In the city.
Mr- M. M. Rose left Friday for
Galllpolls, to attendthe M. E. Confer
ence at that place.
Miss Florence Richards will opon
her dancing school at the Boat House
next Monday evening.
Mr. William Barnhurt. a student
in tho College hero last yei:r, is calling
on friends In the city.
Dr. John McCIure retimed home
Friday from Athens where ho was at
tending tho County Fair.
Mr. A. F. C. WIHIaras and family
were among those who spent Friday
attending tho Barlow Fair.
Asa Ward left Friday for Ward
Post Onlce to attend the funeral o his
grandfather, Mr. James Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson
loft Friday for Cleveland and Buffalo
on a two weeks pleasure trip.
Mr. TImblln, of Front street, re
turned homo Friday from Chesterhill,
wheo he hjjs, begn.on bjisjness.
Messrs. Mart Lancaster and Chas.
ITOrp have returned home from- a
shprt business trip to Columbus.
Mr. Clarence Wendelken left Fri
day for Buffalo, where ho will spend a
few days taking in the Exposition.
I Miss Lizzie Smith and mother,
Mrs. C. D. Smith, of Athens, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Crippsn.
Mrs. M. D. Follett returned home
Friday from tho East, where she has
been tho guest of friends for several
Tho Infirmary Directors held a
meeting Friday at tho Court House
but nothing of any consequence was
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sheets re
turned homo Friday from a two weeks
pleasuro trip to Atlantic City and New
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beebo, of Chllli
colhe, returned home Friday, after
spending several dajs with friends in
Mr. C. B. Adams, who has been
tho guest of friends hero for several
days, left Friday for his homo In
Dame Rumor says that a well
known shoo salesman and a young
lady of tho West SIdo will bo married
in tho near future.
Mr. John Zorn, of tho Nyo Hard
ware Company, has rented a house on
Upper Front street and will move his
family hero from Stanldy vlllo.
Tho meeting of the Township
Trustees has been postponed until
Wednesday owing to tho abaenco of
soveral of Us members from tho city.
Mrs. Lewis Hamblen will leavo to
day for her home in Columbus after u
pleasant visit of several weeks with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hill.
Mrs. J. T. Holden, who has been
tho guest of Mr. William Horn and
wife, Fourth street, for several weeks,
left Friday for her homo In Zanes
vlllo. Mr. J. H. Heston has ronted tho
rooms on Front street above , Butler,
formerly occupied by Miss Putnam
and will movo his tailor shop there In
tho near future.
Tho banns of marriage of Patrick
Kneo and Miss Mary Joyce, two woll
and favorably known young people of
Belpro, havo been published and their
marriage will be celebrated next week,
They aro recelrlng congratulations
from a hoot of friends.
The opening pard party of tho sea
son was that given yesterday after
noon by Mrs. Georgo Gllflllan at her
homo on Juliana street complimentary
to ther guests Mrs. Walter Klrby of
Marietta, Mrs. J. W. Crooki of Col
umbus, and Miss Kirby, of Marysvllle,
Ohio, Parkersburg Sentinel,
Funeral of Atyrtlc WltilrOW.
Tho functnl of Miss Myrtlo Wlthrow
wjll be held this aftornoort from tho
homo of her sister, Mrs. Georgo Baum,
No. COS Sovcnth street.
John G. Meredith, hisuraneo ngent,
Marietta, 0.. and TAilco G, Lapham, of
Marietta, O. Rev. W. D. Chcrlngton.
Ijiamed to olllclato.
Don t fall to see Ruth and Baby
Claio at the Auditorium Monday night,
10, 20 and 30 cents.
Tho case of tho Stato of Ohio against
Maggto Hilderbrand for assault and
battery was held boforo Squlro McDer
mott Friday. She was found guilty
and bound over to tho noxt Grand
Jury in tho sum of ?50 00. The bond
has not yet been furnished.
On Sunday at tho homo of tho brldo't
parents tho words will ho pronounced
which will make Miss Belle Wright
and Mr. Hendrlckson husband and
,wife. Miss Wright and Mr. Hendrlck
son aro two of Belpre's well known
and popular young people and their
friends are congratulating them on
their approaching nuptials.
Will be Here Next Week.
Agents of the company who have
mado a proposition through tho Mari
etta Real Estato Exchange to locate a
steel plant In this city, will be here
next week to look at tho different site.
If they locate here they will erect a
building 8G fee,t wide by 960 feet long,
which will bo ono of the largest build
Ings in tho city They also propose
to employ 300 men at once, i
Common Pleas Court.
William E. Goodrich, John F. Mcln
tiro and Elmer Delph, paitners In
business under tho firm name and style
of Eureka Torpedo Company havo filed
suit against Harry Ihrlg and Josepli
E. Greene, partners In business under
the firm name and style of Ihrlg and
Greene. They claim In their petition
that defendants are indebted to thorn
in the sum of $420.80 for material and
shooting some wells.
'Uncle Tom's Cabin."
The Stetson Company's presentation
of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" at the Audi
torium Friday evening delIghtodL,ra
largo and. appreciative audjencg;. jTIs'
dtama retains a most wonderful 'hold
on the hearts of the American people,
and Justly so, as it appeals In the
broadest sense to human sympathy.
"Eva," "Topsy," "Uncle Tom," "Lo
grec," the floating ice and the final
transformation scene were nil well
represented by the members of the
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Frledrich
celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding
anniversary, yesterday at their home
on Williams street. Mrs. George Bahl
man, Mrs. Jacob Otto, and Mrs. Carrie
Hoist, of Marietta, arrived hero in the
morning and spent the entire day. MIes
Dora Schramm, of Bellaire, Miss Rose
Etz, of Wheeling, and Miss Laura
Friedrlch, who attends school at Mar
ietta, arrived here on Wednesday, and
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Blohm, Miss
Schweitzer nnd Mr. Henry Sweltzer,
all of Marietta, and Miss Maggie Flst'i
er of Wllliamstown, came yesterday
afternoon.- -Parkersbuig Sentinel.
Arrested at Buenos Ayres.
By Associated Pi ess.
New York, Sept. 27. It is announced
at police hcadquartois that Wm.
Hocppner, former confidential book
keeper of A. W. Faber, of this city,
who It Is alleged, embezzled about
$40,000 fiom tho llrra on July 18, last
whs arrested at Bueno3 Ayres. Ex
tradition papers will bo( secured for
Blood & Liver
A Great Bargain
In a Fine farm.
Wo havo tho exclusive salo of the J.
H. DovqI farm of 25 acres, In Musking
um township. This 1b ono of the very
best farms in Southern Ohio, ovory
inch of it being rich botora land, with
flno residence, stables, sheds and
everything going to mako It flist class.
Qn tho main road and along tho line of
tho proposed electric lino to Lowell.
For garden truck or for a poultry
farm, or for a fine country homo or
for a 20 per cent Investment, nothing
A very low price If sold at once.
Hie MarlettaReal Estate ExchanSe
City Electric Building,
Front and Butler streets.
WANTED A girl for general house
work. Call at 417 Fourth street.
Sept. 28. tf.
WANTED A furbished room by a
ccntloman, quiet private family and
nclfthlnrlioort, Address Rovln, Lead
er Oflice. fiopt. 2G. 4t.
AGENTS WANTED LIFE OF
MckiNLEY, FIVE hundred page large
book. Handsomely Illustrated. Out
fit fiee. Now ready. 75 per cent
discount to agents. Freight paid.
Credit given. Henry Nell, 323 Dear
born sheet, Chicago
FOR SALE A Four Horso Gas En
glno with gasoline attachment, Cald
well make. In good condition and do
ing perfect work in our office where
It can be seen at any time. The Leader
Manager Wanted In every large
county to appoint agents for the Fam
ous "Gamo o' Skill" nickel slot ma
chine for drinks or cigars; lawful ev
every where, takes placo of nil forbid
den slot machines. Rented or sold on
easy payments. Secure territory
quick. Palmer Billiard Tablo Works,
Sept. 1-Oct. 31.
Get our prices on Billiard and Pool
Tables beforo buying elsewhere, sold
on easy payments. Our cushions aro
guaranteed for twenty years, and are
made by a now vulcanizing process.
Old tables fitted with our cushions aro
as good as new, satisfaction guaian
teed or money refunded. See our ad
vertisement of "Manager wanted"
tor lawful slot machine. Palmer Bil
liard Table Works, Chicago, Ills.
Sept. 1-Oct. 31.
WANTED SEVEfRAL PERSONS
of character and good reputation In
each stato (ono In this county re
quired) to represent and advertlso
old established wealthy business
house of solid financial standing.
Salary $18.00 weekly with expenses
additional, all payable In cash each
Wednesday direct from head offices.
Horse and carrlago furnished when
necessary. References. Encloso self
addressed stamp envelope. Manager,
306 Caxton Building, Chicago.
O. JE. TRESCH,
2G8 Front Street.
Weather report Fair to day.
Be test assorted and -latest
line ol Trunks, Bags, Telescopes and
Suit Cases can be seen on our 3rd
Floor. Take elevator.
Trunks 52.50 to 525.00.
' Telescopes 50 cents up. .
Suit (ases 75 cents; up.
Bags 50 cents up to 56.50.
We have the room for these
goods 21x100 feet; for this
reason we show the greatest
line in Marietta.
You can get rid of jour periodi
cal tickets or receive Trndo Dis
count Stamps with o cry purchase
THE STAR CLOTHING HOUSE.
Every afternoon and ev
ening this week at Schnei
der & Alden's Music Store,
252 Front street, by Mrs. E.
Friedrich of Pittsburg. A
splendid opportunity for
lovers of good music.
. LIZZIE BISZANTZ WELLS'
FALL AND WINTEn
Tliursday and Friday, Sept. 26tn and 2?tD.
Tho most Fashionnblo lino of up-to data
ccr shown in
145 Front Streot.
Grocery Stock for Sale.
I will offer at private salo tho com
plete grocery stock of E. O. Brlgham.
Goods can bo inspected and terms and
conditions of salo learned by calling
on tho, undersigned,
Sept. 22, 6t,
Our leadership in Hosiery was established many years ago
and is more pronounced today than at any time in the past.
While this fact is widely recognized and people expect to find
largest assortments and best money's-worth here, it is perhaps
not so well known that wc carry a very complete assortment of
Fancy Hosiery. This fact is of special interest just- now for
the reason that
fancy Stockings are Very Fashionable.
There are some new and extremely attractive styles you should
sec. The latest novelties arc in Vertical Stripes and Rom
OlI Stripes. The prices arc 50c, $1.00 and $1.25. Rich,
elegant Embroidered Hose, many of them in floral designs,
50c to $2.00.
La.ce Open-Work Hose, a complete line, 25c to Si. 25.
Silk Hose in black, white and all the good colors.
') I UHOWUU,
4 S I ' sJ
The Ohio Valley Wagon Co. is closing out its fine stock
of Buggies, Phaetons and Surreys at cost.
Anyone wishing to buy anything in this line can get it at
first cost by going to the salesroom of the Ohio Valley Wagon
Co.' on Second street, opposite the Union Depot.
We are closing out our retail business and can make it
worth .Xfltohile'to buy of us.
The salesroom will be open every day until 8 p. m. so
so that those who are unable to come during the day will have
the opportunity of doing so duting the evening.
W Oil VAUIT WAflffl 0.
"We place on sale Tuesday morning, several sample
lines 01 Mens' Ladies' andChildrens' Underwear at Less
than Wholesale Prices, they being sample lines. The lots
are not large, so Call at once and get the Choice things.
Ladies' Medium Weight
Union Suits, each
Ladies' Heavy Weight Union
Suits, $1.00 Quality, each
Men's Heavy Fleeced Lined
Shirts and Drawers, each
Infants' Cotton Ribbed Vests
Long Sleeve, each
Boys' Heavy Fleeced-Lined
Shirts and Drawers, each,
Mens' AH-Wool Shirts and
- Drawers, $1 quality, each,
Our Tegular line of Underwear comprises some special
good values at extremely low prices.
Wholesale, OTTO BROS.
DR. J. D. PARR.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Rectal Diseases, and Diseases of
women. Oflice anil npsldonce, No229,
Fourth street. Culls promptly attended
to both day and night, Dell Phone
Fetch your old Junk, rope and Iron
while tho prlco is high. Will pay you
cash or exchange for No. 1 cables or
PJoneer Junk Qo