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GEORGE B. SUNDERLAND,
DEALER IN REAL ESI ATE,
Has for sale or rent business or resi
dence property in tho city suburba. If
you wish to buy, sell or' rent call on
Mr. Sunderland. Valuable farms for
ale on easy terms. Also lots or resi
dences la Norwood, Itathbone, Glass'
Plant, Falrvlew Heights or Mt. Ever
ett additions. Office on Second street,
opposite Union Depot.
REAL ESTATE.
Real estate can bo turned into monoy
nt any timo, but it is seldom that mnnov
can be turned into real ostato such as
wo havo to offer now.
Wo havo a fino business location, al
ready fitted up for operation, nnd it is
located right in the heait of tho city.
Also nearly 100 lots in fino location, out
of high water, for S250 to 8i00, and
residence properties of nil kinds all over
tho city. Call nnd sco us at rooms,
Mills Building, or call us up by oithor
phone, No. -151.
Goffman & Palmer.
Room C. Mliu Building.
THE
E. B. GARTER REM CO.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
CORNER SECOND AND PUTNAM
STS., MARIETTA, O.
Anything and everything in Real
Estate. Houses in any location for
sale. We have one of tho choicest
lots In Norwood for sale for $350.00, a
big bargain.
Several of tho finest lots on Pair-
view Heights on tho brow of Harmar
Hill, commanu.ng a fine view of tha
Olo and Muskingum Valleys.
A few lots In Grandvlew at $150.00.
each. Worth twice tho price. Wo also
have lots In any addition to Marietta,
and will guarantee to save you money
if you buy through us.
Call or ring us up Both Telephones.
S. STEINBERG, F. SGHAEFER,
x'resident. Gon'l Mgr. and Supt.
THE
Portland Cement Pavements.
Layers of Cement Sidewalks, Cellars,
Yards, Carriage Houses, &c.
Office: City Electric Building, corner
Front and Butler streets.
Telephone: Marietta, 735.
All Work Guaranteed,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
PHONE 402.
DEALER IN
REAL ESTATE
AND .
OIL PROPERTIES,
OTTO I3UILDING, 122 PUTNAM ST.
MARIETTA, OHIO.
ED. FLANDERS
Marietta Artificial
StoneGompany.
FRANK
PAIHT
. General Insurance
-AND-
Real Estate,
Room 2 Hagan Block.
Will. W. MILLS,
l'rflsltleiit
J, H. flOKIIKL,
Cuttliler,
TIIOS. W, MOOKIi,
ibo I'resiueiii,
a. . I1KST.
Assistant Cugliior,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY,
MARIETTA. OHIO.
CAPITAL 5150,000. SURPLUS, 5150,000
AYERAGE DEPOSITS 51,200,000.
DIRECTORS:
John Mills, W.D.Devol, Ohnrlea Ton
rose, Thos. W. Moore, Win. W, Mills.
TUB FIEND OF
NERVOUSNESS.
When a
woman's
mind is
filled
with nerv
ous un
reasoning drend and
it
shown
that her
entire
nervous
system is
and
broken
down. Nine
- times in ten
it indicates
that there is some special
disease or weakness of
the important and deli
cate organs which make
her a woman. Nine times
in ten it incatis that some
instant and radical mens-
arcs must be taken to save her from com
plete mental and physical wreck.
' 1 was so neriotis I co"Mif t bear to hear the
round of my own voice s icii nlonc " says Mrs.
Nellie Drittenlian, of D.ivenport, TJiayer Co.,
Nebr. " I fcjt as though there was some out
ready to grab me If the least sound was made.
I really cannot describe the feelings I had, but
I can say 1 have no such ugly feelings now nnd
I trust I never may again. I was suffering from
female weakness and very much from nervous
prostration.
" I was not able to do an thing. I could not
sit up all (lay. I had not sat up all day since the
birth or myuaby, four mouths before I began to
take Dr. l'fcrce'a medicines. I took one doctor's
medicine for four months but did not get along
at all; so, discouraged, I thought I would try
Dr. Tierce's 1'avorlte Prescription and 'Golden
Medical Discovery." I took six bottles of the
Prescription' and nine of the '(..olden Medical
Discovery' and used Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
along with the other medicines, and I can say
they have done wonder for me.
" I do all my work now and feel better than for
two years. I had not eaten anything for three
months except some kind of soup nnd crackers
now I eat anything I want. I hellce I owe my
health to Dr. Pierce's medicine".."
Discouraged, broken-down women should
'write to Dr. R. V. Pierce, nt Buffalo, N. Y.,
ana learn now careiuuy ne studies into
these apparently hopeless cases. He will
send without charge, (in a plain scaled
envelope) the best advice ol a capable, ex
perienced phyoician.
Feather and
Wool Dusters !
There's no question about the every
day usefulness of a feather or wool
duster. You can got along without
one, but oetter with one. Save stoop
ing, reaching and .climbing, and
will do some kinds of dusting
better than anything else.
Tho time was when tho cost
made them luxuries, our priced ought
to mako them necessities. After us
ing one a while you would as soon
think of getting along without a broom
as a duster. Our stock of dusters was
bought close and we can afford to sell
them in the same way. We havo Tur
key, Ostrich, Peacock and Wool.
W. H. STYER,
DRUGGIST,
210 Front Street.
Oh, i.eic'8 to tho health of you arid to
you,
And tho saving of wealth in prices.too..
There's nothing old and there's noth
ing now
Each day's a hash of a left-over stew;
So, to save your dollais and to &avi
your dimes,
Just wado beyond these hashed up
lines,
Fiom top to bottom, beginning to end,
You'll know then whero your money to
spend,
And that I'm yet, with tho same good
will,
The "Fust" Rate Druggist,
Your Uncle Bill.
Allen's Talcum Powder 5c, 55c per doz
Armour's Extract of Beef 40c
American Extract of Beef 35c
Beef Wine and Iron 24c. 48j
Bateman's Drops 5c
Bohemian Malt Extract 15c, $1.50 per d
Buttermilk Soap Cosmo 7c, 20c per box
Barker's Nerve and Bone LInlment.lOc
Babbott's Potash 7c
Colgate's Barber Soap 5b
Cashmero Bouquet Soap 23s
Cutlcura Soap 20:
DoWitt's Colic Cure. . . .50c size for 25c
DoWItt's Early Risers 19c
Diamond Dyes .' 7c
Doan's Kidney Pills 39c
Fcllow',3 Hypophosphite $1.10
Gombault'a Caustic Balsam $1.10
Godfrey's Cordial 5c
Hall's Catarrh Cure GOc
Hand's Colic Cure 18c
Hood's Soap 19c
Llsterenc 19 and 75c
Lightning Hot Drops 19c
Lclbeg's Extract of Beef 40c
wllin's i ood, 38c, 5Sc
Malted Milk 38c. 75c
Mcnnen'3 TalcumJPowdor 18c
Moth Balls 8c lb
Paris Green, Vt lb 8c, lb 15c, 1 lb 25c
Perfection Dyes ,7c
Perfumed Violet Talcum Powder
10c, 3 for 25c
Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound ..75c
Pear's Unsccnted Soap 12c
Pabst Malt Extract: 19c
Pcterman's Roach Food ...15c, 25c 40c
Rogers and Gallet Wood Violet Toil
et Water 1 50c
Red Raven Splits 12c
Rubber Gloves ..90c and $1,00 per pair
Sapolio 7c
Williams' Barber Soap Ec
Wine of Cardui 79c
This Is only a little of what thero is.
Thero Is only ono, yes, one, only,
clean, completo, fair square, up-to-dato,
modern and original cut-rato
drug storo in tho city, and mino's it.
Goods dollvored.
Telephone your commands.
Mall mo your wants, nnd should you
remit moro than tho amount of your
purchnso tho balance will be returned.
Yours for business.
WILL, RICHARDSON.
127 Greono street. Cut-rate Druggist.
Wealth Saver and Health Aider to the
Sick.
Boll Phono 501. Marietta Phono 53.
PLUMBERS.
aim nnd Steam Fitters. Klectrlwlnns
210 Greene Stret Marietta, Ohio
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Clark M I Me,
The Marietta Daily LeacU?.
i .' ' h'i VuinBrer
THURSDAY, JUNE 6,
Personal and Pertinent
Mr. F
business.
F. Hayes la
In the'cl
J. G. Hall, of tho Galono 01
ia to tlin nlfv rn Kiidhmod ki
w ,.. w vitj jh uugniuoot ,
F J. Cutter was at Constitution,
Wcdncsdny on legal business. 'iS8JI
C. M. Anderson made a business
trip to PnrlcerBburg WedncsdayBi?
Mr. J. Df Jackson, of ParkcrBburgjJ
was in tho city on business Wednea-
,lay- 'S
Mr. Harry Woodward, of Parkers-'
burg, visited friends In tho city, Wed
nesday. '"M
T?nv. TT. Vf. TTllrbnrt. nt PnrlrnrfU
burg, Is in tho city visiting his aunt?
Mrs. Scclcy. I'm
Jim Ross, attorney, of Plymouth?
O., is in tho city looking after several'
divorce enscs. ' ' , ww
Major Jowott Palmer has returned
. " iFHlr
from Logan where he Inspected tho
Lodge of Masons.
KW;
Mr. Kent Loomls, former edltor'of
the Parkcrsburg News, is in towni at
tending tho opening of
Club.
tho Country
Thos. Treaty, of Zanesvlllo
Ji
.&
vied In tho city to load ties for the'O.
& L. K. R. R., at the M. C. & C. in
clino. .,'
Conductor Thomas Padden, of the
Pennsylvania Lines, is enjoying a Jew.
days vacation this week. His, place is
being taken by Jacob Drumm. ,
. '
Mr. A. Nayior, the goit expert, ar
rived In tho city Wednesday morning
from Dayton. Ho played .in exhibi-,
tlon game with Mr. Favorguo at ti6
Country Club Grounds yesterday after
noon. Miss Bernico Long returned to the
city nfto,r a few days visit with friends
at Beverly. She will be entertained by
Miss Agnes Cadwallader during tho
Commencement week. ,
Friday afternoon at two o'clock
tho regular quatterly meeting of the
Women's Homo Missionary Society
will bo held at tho First M. E. Church
at which time payment of membership
dues is in order.
The moonlight excursion which
was run under the direction of tho
Presbyterian Church Tuesday nighr.
was an enjoyablo affair in every re
spect. Tho boat went up tho ilvfr
about two miles abovo Eureka and tho
return trip was: made lato in tho eve
ning. Besides being n social success
tho excursion was a good financial
venture.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Con
tain Mercury
as inui'cury will surely destroy the
sense of Bmell and completely derange
the wholo system when entering
through tho mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never ho used except
on prescription from rcputablo physi
cians, as the damage they will do Is
ten fold to tho good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury.
and is tnken Internally, acting directly
upon tiro blood and mucous surfaces
of tho system. In buying Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure bo sure you get the gen
uine. It is taken internally, and made
in Toledo, Ohio, by E. J. Cheney &
Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by druggists, price 75c per bot
tle. Hall's family pills aro the best.
BARLOW.
Rev. D. D. Canfiold and wlfo aie vis
iting his parents near Fleming.
Lawrence Dunsmoor, of Parkcrsburg.
is in the village for a few days.
Mrs. Fleming, wife of the lato D. H.
Fleming, of Chicago, will spend the
summer with relatives here. Mrs.
Fleming formerly lived in Marietta and
has ninny friends who will be glad to
welcome her back.
Rev. Louis Landsittlo and wife, of
Chesteriilll, wore calling on friends
hero Decoration Day.
Tho Presbyterian social at Mrs. Fer
guson's May 31st, was largely attend
ed. Proceeds $10.00.
Rov. D. D. Canllcld preached to an
appreciative congregation last Sunday
at the M. E. Church.
Mr. L. Root has been on the sick list
for beveral weeks, but is somo better
at this writing.
WnnteU A Wlte
Must bo strong ana novor have a lame
back. DR. RANKIN'S KIDNEY TAB
LETS stop tho pain at once and cure
permanently. Sold by Beagle & Ly
tle and A. J. Richards, druggists, Mari
etta, Ohio.
Flag Grocery.
Offlco No. 1, West Side Meat Market.
Onlco No, 2, 812 AVayno street.
Offlco No. 3, 509 White's Road.
Ofllco No. 4, 109 Knox street.
Havo your rugs made at tho Pa-Zi.
I3STJ3EOTOKS.
We sell the Garfield, and
guarantee them Jo give satis
faction. -
The Marietta Mfg. Co,
TWfflBaKiaS
i
tnnifiK
tvfori
fwsSw
lJCoS
THE WEDDING TIE
Joins the Lines of Two Well Known Young
: People.
-v Tho picturesque homo of Captain and
Mrs. C. A. Miller, situated at tho junc
tion of tho Little Muskingum and tho
lOhlo River, was tho sccno Wednesday
evening of tho ceiemony which united
tho lives and fortunes of Mr. Z B.
Hildreth nnd Miss Ollio Miller. The
rooms wcro resplendent with color, tho
red and white roses which wore taste
fully arranged throughout tho apart
ments reminding ono that It was the
'season of flowers, the happy month of
Juno of which poets sing their lays.
To tho sweet strains of Mendels
sohn's wedding niaich the bride and
groom entered the flower decked par
lor where the solemn wedding rlto was
performed by Rev. O. K. McCall.
Tho bride looked charming In a
gown of white swiss. She carried a
magnificent bunch of white bride's
roses.
The groom was attired in the cos
tume of the established color and style.
The congratulations of fi lends being
icfcived the company repaired to the
dining loom where an elegant wed
ding biipper was served.
The lemembrances of friends from
tho city and vicinity and thoso from
a distance were displayed In abundance
and wero remarkable for beauty and
varletj .
Tho guests who lent their presence
to tho happiness of the occasion were:
Dr. and Mrs. Hemmlger and Mr. Ly
man Hose, of Adolphl, Mrs. Wood and
daughter, Miss Ollio, of Clailnda, Iowa,
and Miss Joanna Fay, of Springfield.
Mr and Mrs. Hildreth will bo at
homo to their friends at their home
east of the city.
The Right Remedy.
Hitmlieds who have exhausted tho
skill of doctors and vainly sought re
lief in the many modes of local ticat
mont have been cured of Rheumatism,
Backache and Kidney Troubles by Dr.
DeBolls Kidney Pills even after hav
ing good reason to think themselves
lneui.ililo. DeBell's Kidney Pills goes
nncct to the cause of the disease and
a sine and peimanent cure results.
Prho 23 cents. For sale by the Kirby
Ding Company.
High Priced Stamps.
Tlmty dollars apiece for two-cent
postage stamps is a pretty stiff price,
but that amount was refused by a New
Yoiker for two of the Pan-American
stamps of tho two-cent variety. They
aio prized, so high because tho Fast
Express in tho center is printed upside
down. The mlstako was made at the
Uurcau of Engraving and Printing, but
there is no telling how many sheets
wore printed in that manner. One
shoot went to New York and the
stamps were sold before tho error was
discovered. Most of tho stamps have
been secured by collectors, and they
are holding them until it can be as
coitalned how many were printed. If
the mistake was made on several
sheets the price will greatly decrease.
Twenty-two years ago a similar mis
take was made printing revenue
stamps. They now sell for $25 each.
Inspiics one to nobler and bettor
deeds; unlocks the gates of happiness;
pours glowing vitality in to your sys
tem. That's what Rocky Mountain
Tea will do. 33c.
College Notes.
Tho Senior class of the College took
to the boats last evening and oared up
the beautiful and placid Muskingum
to Devol's Dam where a disembark
ment was made. Tho party was pro
vided with generously filled lunch bas
kets tho contents of which served as
a substantial and welcomo refreshment
Micr tho long row. After spending a
few hours in picnic diversions the par
ty drifted back to tho town on tho still
river through tho moonlight.
About Coughs and Colds.
Many broadminiled physlclaus pre
scribe Bunscn's fino Tar Cough Honoy
openly or give it unknown to tho pat
ient. Physicians who have tested it,
know that it will cure and leave no
chanco lor tho diseases which follow
La-Orlppc, Colds and Croup. Price
2s and 50 cents. For sale by Kirby
Drug Company.1
BRIEFLY TOLD.
There Is No Use Leaving Marietta. Believe
the Statements of Marietta Residents,
Endorsement by residents of Mariet
ta. Proof posltlvo from Marietta people
Cannot bo ovaded or doubted.
Read this statement;
Mr. Philip Haberllng, of 007 Woostcr
street, says; "I havo been an ardent
advocate of Doan's Kidney Pills for
the last six years. I learned of them
through a friend in Mt. Clemens, Mich.
Their use proved their merit and it
gives mo great pleasure to recommond
them to all I hear complaining of their
back pr kidneys. I bought a box nt
W. H. Styer's drug store, 210 Front
street, for my boy and tho uso of the
remedy in his caso was also follow
ed by the most gratifying results.
Doan'a Kidney Pills aro up to represen
tations," For sale by all dealers. Price 50
conts. Foster-Mllhurn Company, Buf
falo, N, Y solo agents for tho United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and take
no other.
RECEIVER'S SALE.
DO VOU KNOW THAT THE
Stevens Organ and Piano Co.
Is still selling the Bankrupt Stock of tho late firm of Wilson & Young
AT RECEIVER'S PRICES?
This stock includes tho following pianos-
MASON & HAMLIN,
GABLER,t46ft,?,
STORY & CLARKE
BOOTHE BROS, c
And ESTEY and MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS
AI30 n largo stock of email instruments, Violins, 81.50 up.
lins 81.75 up. Guitars 2.00 up. Banjos $3.00 up. ..
Graphophones .. and
Ovor 2,000 pieces of Sheet Music at
como before tho best is all gone,
Stevens Organ and Piano Oo.
St. Clair Building, next to P. O.
CARPETS
OP7 ALL KUNHDS.
Over 300 new and beautiful patterns to select from.
Look over our line and get our prices before buying. '
Baker &d Ularliaxie,
203 Second street, ililey Slock.
Rubber Tires
We have recently received a large shipment of j
ji Rubber tires for carnages and can supply them on
55 short notice. We guarantee all tires to be first
5 quality and prices as low as the lowest. We also
55 repair vehicle tires. Call and get prices.
1 The Big Feiar Cycfi Co.
OIL WELL SUPPLY CO.
MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING REQUIRED FOR
Oil and Gas Wells, Pipe Lines, Refineries,
Steam, Gas and Water.
MARIETTA, O.
PITTSBURG, BRADFORD OIL CITY, PA.
ACIE BRICK COMPANY,
Manufacturers of Paving,
Large stock constantly on
promptly.
Phone 405. Works located at Norwood or Eas
Marietta.
On Dollar's Worth
of I'resh fruit will do you
more pood than ten dol
Jnra' worth of medicine.
I have a fine stock ot
Fresh .. California
..Fruits,
including peaches, plums,
apricots, grapes, pears,
cherries and pinopples.
Pineapples at 5, 10 and
15 cents each.
Front Street and cor. Jail lot.
Marietta 'Phono G24.
DON'T
TOBACCO SPIT
and SMOKE
Your Llfeawavl
You can be cured of any form of tobacco uslnjr
easily, bo mado well, strong, magnetic, full of
new lire and vigor by taking HO-TO-BAO,
that makes weak men strong. Many gain
ten pounds in teu days. Over 500,000
cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Hook
let and advice l'RUB. Address STURLINO
JlUMEOV CO., CUicagp or New York. 437
Mnndo-
.. Records .. at ,. Cost.
10 and 15 cents per copy,
Better
m
for Carnages.
?.
Pressed and
hand, and
Common Brick,
brick delivered
THE AMERICAN LOAN COMPANY.
Loans monoy on diamonds, watches,
jowelry, otc. Buy and soli new and
second hand goods. Second hand shoes
and clothing bought and sold.
If you want money, want to sell
or buy anything seo us. Goods called
for and delivered.
THE AMERICAN LOAN CO,,
E. Henslky, Mgr., Ill Front St., Phone
381.
DENTIST,
OTTO BLOOZ:
Putnam Street.
J. R, GLEASON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
HOMEOPATHIC.
No. 507 Fort Street, Marietta. Ohloi.
SPECIALTIES:
Diseases or Skin.
Diseases of Eyes.
Fitting Qlassoa.
899t H. Wt,
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