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flUW piW Ji Tho Lightest, Most Compact, MoBt Satisr'aotbry Amateur Camera., Always Bendy, Always Reliable, Correct in Design, I'eriect in V rkmanship. The. Ideal, Tourist Camera ! Loads in Daylight, i Uapac ty Unlim'to. Fully Quarnntoo'l Tho Luxury or Photography An East mnn Kodak. A Full Lino with nil Kelioble Supplies. CRAIG The Marietta Picture Man. 270272 Front Street. Jl Are the two best makers of Dinner Ware in the world. We hand'e both of their makes in open stock and have just received Johnson Bros. lat est in White Porcelain. Call in and see it. PUTNAM BROS., The Greene Street China, Glass and Qaeensware Store. This space belongs to MASON'S PHARMACY, RILEY BLOCK, TIBER WAY, Dr. J. L. MASON, Prop. "We do all kinds of plating, bronzing, etching1, etc., plate any thing in Way of metal from a hairpin to a locomotive, have an expert plater, and an up-to-date plant, thoroughlyequipped for do ing first-class work, all work guaranteed, try us and be con vinced. Phone, Marietta, 703 Works Cor., Gilman and" Maple 6tretts, West Side. MARIETTA METALLIC PLATE & FILTER CO DR. A. H. SWINBURNE, Physician, Mari etta, Ohio. SPECIALTIES: Obscure, Difficult Cases, JStomach Trouble, Abdominal and Rectal Dis eases. Nervous Conditions. OFFICE IN ST. CLAIR BUILDING. 8 to 11 n. m., 1 to 4 p. m., nnd 0 to 8 p.m. Sunday. 8 to 10 a.m.; 2 to 4 p. m. Residence Fifth nnd Wooster Streets. Bell Telephone No. 382. IB Wl'OUIt FKIKN'D LOUIS J'KIOV The Economical Jeweler. While at tho Dime Savings Bank Building, hav ing the place for business but not the bpace, now movedandoccupyingpartof John Bickert's store, having the place nml space where a magnificent display of modern Watches, Clocks, Rings, etc., is leady for your inspection Prli es on all purchases and first class Watch and Jewelry repairing are fctrictly economical. 14(! Front Street, Opposite Commer cial College Building, Marietta, Ohio. A N DOWLH5TG- Collector Jlepreicnting The American D & C. Assoc't'n, Central Otllce Indl.mpolli 1ml Claims Adjusted Everywhere. Informa tion Secured. Reliable Representatives. New Thono No. 100. Lock Box 101. Mailetta, , Ohio. PALMS AND FERNS. Wo have n nice lino of Ferns nnd Palms in stock at Grconhouso, cornor of Fourth nnd Scammol streets. Cut flowers nnd plants of nil kinds. Design work nnd Decorating n specialty. J. W. SM1TH.1 Bell phone 263-3. ' " " Change of Location, Wo aro now In our now quarters a No. 214 Scammel street. All cus tomers -will ho served hereafter from this place. Cash paid f6r milk. Tho Pioneer Dairy and Produce Co. Marietta Phone No. 290, ... LJ. i Oesday, May 28. loot. The Passing Show. Mr. ftn-retty, of Frost, 0., is a vis itor in tho city. y Maishnl Jacoh Dye went to Cincin nati last evening. , Mrs. Will draccy returned from a trip to Pittsburg. C. G. Dutton, of Elba, made a bus iness trip to the 'city Monday. T. D. Dale letutned from an ex 'tenilcd trip through the east. Mr. D. F. Graham, of Cutler, left foi Oklahoma City Monday night. A. M. Glynn, of balim, W. Va., was registered at the St. Cloud Mondaylty,t, J. A. McCormick left Sunday eve ning on a business errand to Bait!-" more. R. H. Bess, of Corning, is in the city looking after numerous oil inter ests. Dr. Gandee. of. Parkeisburg, was in the city on professional business Monday. ' Mrs. Louisa Johnson left Monday to be the guest of Mrs. Fred Dressel, of Belpre. Sam Longfellow, of Macksburg, was a business visitor in Marietta Monday. Mrs. Keister returned to Athens Monday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pfaff. J. H. Larabee, traveling freight agent of the B. & 0., was In the city last evening. Mr. Johnathan Kempff, of Cald well, was in the city on a busintss'-er-rand Monday. Rev. Acton anlved Monday morn-i ing from Newark to make a visit with Marietta friends. Mr. Howard Diltz expects to go to Columbus Thursday to spend Decora -i tlon Day at his home. Route agent Miller, of the Adams Express Co., paid the local office a visit of inspection yesterday. The Misses Archer left Monday morning for Battle Creek, Mich., to make an extended visit. Jas. Morrison, who has been at Waynesburg, Pa., for several weeks, Is at his home in this city. John Daniels, a prominent con tractor, of Parkersburg, was in Ma rietta on business yesterday. Mr. B. G. Dawes returned. i;ester 'day"mornlng from Chicago, wliero he spent the past week on business.. Mr. A. J. Mercer returned Monday from Beaumont, Tex., where he has been engaged in the oil business. Judge Hiram L. Sibley left Mon day morning to take his seat on the Circuit bench at Waverly this week. Miss Emma Slebly Is expected to arrhe today from Memphis, Tenn., on a visit to her uncle, Rev. H. Herzer. Mrs. James A. Burnfield returned to her home in Arhens after spending several dajs with relatiies in this city. Robt M alley, superintendent of the B. & O. stock yaids at Belpie, transacted business in Maiietta Mon day. L. V. James, general freight and passenger agent of the M. C. & C, left Monday morning on a business trip to Columbus. Miss Frances S. Curtis will leave this morning for Duluth, where she will spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. Theron Hawkes. Vice President H. A. Clare, of the M. C. & C, left last evening for New York city after a stay of some length attending to rnllroad business. The Public Library board held a meeting last evening in Supt. Wil Hams' office. They transacted no bus iness of importance. They will meet again in two weeks. There is no question about the quality of Men's Hanan's and Excelsior shoes or Ladies' Hanan's and Drew, Selby & Co.'s shoes. Everybody admits their su periority. If you want the cheaper ones, we have them. The Marietta Daily Leader;. Why Take Chances? XLJWOES r j 1- t1rV ;il Tho second advertising car of tho 'Buckskin BUI show, troitpo hdfd Its force of posters at work In the city Monday, The car was taken 'In the. afternoon for Zanesvllle. i Tho plate glass windows which' form tho handsome front of drlmes' store was broken during tho high' wat er. The damaged sheet was taken out Monday and a new one put In Its' plnce. i Mr. and Mrs. Leon Peters nfrjvcd from Parkeisburg Monday noon? Mr. Peters will go to Springfield having been chosen as a delegate to represent the local K, of P. lodge at tho conclave this week, while Mrs. Peters will re main with her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Wm. Bell.' Mr. Chas. Newton left last even ing for Hamilton, O., to purchase vaults and elevntqrs for, thq new jSrmelf'Saving building. The , vaults ,nnd elevators will be of tho latest Im proved pattern. The vaults will be large enough to place the present safe In and will be of cold steel. The park on the loo Harbor lot was beautified Monday afternoon by the planting of a'nuraber of small fir .trees atj, various points around the rec tarigle ami around tho flower beds. The place formerly unsightly and un healthful, will be changed into a spot oi beauty and health. Much of the credit of this change is due Mr. T. B. Bosworth, who personally superin tended the work. Another Case of Smallpox. Dr. Fiank Mitchell has fallen a vic tim to the smallpox and is quaran tined at his home on Third street be low Butler. He has been sick for the past week with symptoms of typhoid malaria, but it has only been within the past few days that the eruption in dicative of smallpox has broken out. Tho case is varaloid, a milder form of the smallpox. Tne patient is quite sick, but was still able to sit up Monday. It is thought that the disease was contracted of the Moore woman whom Dr. Mitch ell, while passing tilong Hart street, was willed In to see. While the visits were not repeated, It Is thought that the, pest was communicated at this time. arf.' NEW STEAM HEATING COMPANY Will Probably ask Council' for a Franchise To-night. i ' Jt.ls rumored that another franchise will be asked of Council tonight to lay 'pipes through the streets for the pur pose of furnishing steam heat to resi dences and buildings. The mode of operation is the same as that proposed by Messrs. Grafton and Moyer. The promoters, whose names are withheld Tor the present, have been gathering data for the subject for several months and -is ere much surprised when Messrs Grafton and Moyer anticipated them. In the care of the eeth, two import ant artic.es are necessary, viz: a good, soft Brush and a reliable Dentifrice. Wo have a large stock of all kinds. Can Eatlsfy anybody Call and exam ine our stock. No trouble to show goods. Goous delivered. Ask for Trade Discount Stamps. Putnam Street Pharmacy, Kirby Drug Co , 124 Putnam str et. May 72 wks. , Prot. Harry B. Hoyt Resigns. Prof. Harry B. Hoyt has tendeied his resignation to take effect at the end of tho present ttrm, as Principal of Marietta Academy. He will accept a remunerative place with the Ohio River Bridge and Ferry Co. and will begin his woik some time after the commencement exercises. Prof. Hot was a member of the class of '97 Ma rietta College, and has been emplojed first as Instructor and later as princi pal of his alma mater. Prof. Hoyt was an excellent Instructor, possessing the gifts of a teacher In a high degree Many people wish him success in his new work. Important. To high grade tea and coffee drlnk drs: At the FLAG GROCERY you will find on sale the finest high grades of teas and coffees ever brought to this city, none excepted. Samples given free to all who drink high grades of tea and coffee. WM. MANZ No Scarcity of Fever. There seems to bo no abatement In the number of typhoid fever patients Many of the doctors have several case3 on their hands. Mrs. Dr. E. G. James who has been critically 111 for several weeks, Is now bald to bo improving. The five members of the Lewis fam ily, which is also afflicted with tho fever, albo show signs of Improvement in their condition. . Ice cream furnished for picnics, so cials and parties vylth special prices on five gallons or more. Snow Ball Gar den, Bell phone 104. May 23 eod ex Sun. Weathet Forecast,, West Virginia and Ohio Cloudy, unsettled weather Tuesday. i(We,dnes day probably showers, rising tempera ture, variable winds, mostly light to frph -"tbeasterly. BUSINESS LOCALS. t1 .AANVWW Rllllhnr Pnrrlnrrn TMrAa VUn ..tim ber tires on new or old vehicles at low est possiuio prices. THD BIG FOUR CYCLE CO. , Mar. 9 tf. For Sale Nicely bound books con taining values plnccd upon each separ ate pleco of Marietta real estate by tho decennial lmnril nf niinrnlnnra. Titnn. ty-flvo cents per copy. Call at Leader ouice. Wanted A girl for general housor work. No washing. Mrs. R. Mery dith. CIO Front street. May 2G 2t. Wanted A second-hand roll-top desk, must be in Eood condition. Ad dress C. B., Leader office. April 30 tf. WANTED Boiler Repair Work; Plato and Sheet Iron Work. Special facllltlcsfor prompt service. Pattin Bros. & Co., West Side. May 24-lwk Wanted An experienced cook, mod ern conveniences, good wages. Apply at tho Sanatorium, Butler street. May 28 3t. AGENT WANTED A reliable and energetic man wanted to handle out line of celebrated teas, coffees, spices, baking powder, etc., on liberal commis sion in Marietta and vicinity. The po sition will be permanent nnd well pay inc. A surety bond of $300 required. For terms, address at once. Grand Un ion Tea Company, Wheeling, W. Va. May 25--4ta WANTED Twenty-five Quarrymen by W F. Garretson, Newport, Ohio, about fifteen miles up the Ohio River fiom Marietta. Standard rate of wages paid. May 2C Cts--Sun. Wanted A good girl by a family of two. Apply at 331 Fourth street. Apr. 2G tf. C Xil. TjEviEISOHC, JEWELER. WATCH REPAIRING, UG8 Front Street. RAk1VUfeafeV''fe'V will probably be fair. The weather is calling for Straw Hats, Shirt Waists, Thin Underwear, - Thin Coats and Hot Weather Goods of ail kinds. We are showing the only prac tical shirt wnist for, men on the market. Examine one of them and bo convinced. Price $1.00. Our line of underwear at 50c a garment SI. 00 a buit aie tho really selleis. The Munsing union suits, the one piece suits, or being worn more every year. The Munsing is the best. $1.00 to $2.50 a suit. Boy's 50c a suit. if) IHh S AK ULUl NG HOUSE. -w ! TERMS (JASH. ViS&1&A&'Gs1&tyr&i 100 100 Dressed Chickens, 50 50 Spring Chickens, Chicago Dressed Beef, Spring 'Lamb, at- ET, 219 Second Street. 5 I ooo tons wrought iron at highest market price. Dispose of your scrap now while the price is up. PIONEER JUNK CO, ' 323 OHIO STREET. G.R. PYNE, ARCHITECT, Colonial Block, Marietta, O. Tho ladies of tho Episcopal Church will glVS" a social and supper In the church parlors Wednesday evening. May 29th. Supper served at 5:30 standard time. May 28tn 2ts. Tuea. Pa-ZI cleans carpets ana rugs. News Items at to You will need to look often if you seo all tho Wash Goods that pass through our store. Some of thorn nro wi hero but a fow days. Now Dimities and a fresh supply of GinghnnW at 10c, 12l2c and 15c choice styles. , Linen for Shirt Waists. Think- nf tlin hnfc rtnvs of mid-summer and tho comfort of a Linon Waist. T?natitnn ntmrnvpq nf Tjinnn.1 ton. Plain white Linens, naturnl color nnd many styles in stripes. A hint of Commence ment. Good idea to buy them now and havo 'them ready. A Inrgo new lot nuts our stock in special readiness. Dollar Kid Gloies of course belter and more of them than ony store. nnMt.mn I h iim limn uumuinuii in R m wtimfySMtS'k rams & NEPTUNE, FECIAL -:- SALE OF, valennes & We place on sale, MONDAY MORNING, the largest assortment of Laces at SPECIAL PKICES ever offered in this city. All new, fresh goods just received from the Importer. :: :: :: mp Dpi" Yri i-200 ynrds of fln IUU I Gl I Ui Vnlencinnes Laces from two to siv inches wide, insertings to match. 25c a floz. Yds. l"l"Z Iencinnes Lacos and Insertings. Sold by tho piece only, 12 yards in a piece. PUTNAM THIS IS A GOOD TIME In which to select your summer footwear. Many people are wait ing for warm wo ither before buying their summer choes, but the wise ones are securing theirs no ,v they avoid the rush and aro ready for hot weather the moment it appears. PFAFF &; SMIT Cor. Putnam and Gilman Ave., A Story in Stationery (CONTINUED.) Oil. tills hv all ninnrm. nq flVin inrlif.nfn1 flm vin... ,.,! Pn:u:.. ttitiv .. brilliant, (just like him,) and then you write on it with WHITE INK, and the COLONIAL BOOK STORE carries the reliable makes. So our hero provided himself with a box of red paper and a bottlo of whito ink. Then the young lady ploasantly intimated that such a beautiful lotter as this combination would produce, should bo sealed with WAX and stamped with an INITIAL SEAL. Here was more trouble. What color of wax? and tho correct intimation camo at once GOLD. It would look so nicely with the rod and whito. "Whose initial should it be ?' Oh. yours as you write. "But which nnmo?" She calls mo Freck, but my namo is Smith! (To be continued.) 153 Colonial Block, - . Front Street. J. R VAN DERV00RT, Prop. Turner's in nrothe vory newest thing and are really elegant. Wo show them in Black, Bluo, White nnd Blown Prico COii per yard. Dill Viio About JO pieces of VoilinL'S in stock sullicicnt variety in stylo nnd prices to meet any veiling want. in Wo oncned tho seaso'n with n heavy stock but thcro woro- not enouch. iiiiif New lots have just como in. Now patterns in Swiss es and .Nets for Sasll Curtains, nt moderates prices. A VESTIBULE PANEL is tho proper thing for your front door, and tho prop er styles are hero nt $1.00. $1.25 and $2.00. '. Special prices to closo out a lot of Laco Curtains of which we have but one pair or a single curtain. Investigate the merits of our chinaware. The Homer Laughlin, line stands the most severe testi, is not easily broken does not craze or crackle is light-weight and has a beautiful glossy finish and the price is no higher if as high as inferior goods sold else here. Full sets or single pieces as you like. 105 and J 07 Greene Street. Torschon Lac B Kp Dnr Vfj 1,000 yards of Tor Ub r 06 IU, schon Laces, all widths, narrow, medium and wide, in sertings to match. Ail-Over Laces I:v 0fa negwe pi terns. 2."i cents to 75 cents per yard. STREET. WliST SIDE Wisiiirt HI b. to&f Hnffy h H t?n s ih1.-. ,.J" iJa V i -