MoBt Compact, t
Most Satisfactory, ,J
Always Beady, ' (
Cancel in' Desist),
Per tact in .V rkmiirihitj.
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"The Ideal Tourist Camera !
oadf. i Daylight.'
Uapac ty Unlimito.
luilly Guar tinted
Tho Luxury of Photography An Fast
A Full Lino with nil Reliable Supplies.
ORAfQ" The Marietta
unH,.VJI Picture Man.
270272 Front Street.
Arc 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 Rorcelain. Call
in and see it.
Tbe Greene Street China, Glass
and Qaeensware Store.
PURE AND HYGENfl
DR. A. H. SWINBURNE, Physician, Mari
Obscure, Difficult Cases,
Abdomjpal ', and. RectaV Dis
eases. Nervous Conditions.
OFFICE IN ST. CLAIR BUILDING.
8 toll a. m., 1 to 4 p. m., and 6 to 8
p.m. Sunday, 8 to 10 b. m.; 2 to 4 p. m.
Besiderito Fifth and Woo9ter Streots.
Bell Telephone No. 382.
HAVE ONE WITH US.
It will serve ns an introduction, and
pills nin't unpleasant to take.
We want your- drug trade. Wo want
j ou to come to us every time you have
an ache or pain or a prescription to be
Wo want to supply you, with big soft
sponges, toilet water, perfume any
thing in our line that you need.
Wo want you to feel that no one else
can feerve you as well as wo can, and
you will think so if you will give us u
chance to do tho serving.
CORNER DRUG STORE,
If. FRED CURTIS, PROP.,
Cor. Front and Putnam Streets.
A N DOWLING- Collector
American D & C. Assoc't'n,
Central Ofllce Intlianinolli 1ml
Claims Adjusted Everywhere. Informa
tion aecureu. Kcliablo Representatives
New 'Phono No. 100. Lock BoxJOli
Marietta, Ohio. -
PALIHS AND FERNS.
Wo havo a prco lino of Ferns and
Palms in stock at Grconhouso, corner of
Fourth and Scommol streets. Cut
flowers and plants of all kinds. Design
-work and Decorating a specialty.
J. W. SMITH.
Bell phono 263-3.
Change of Location. v -ftp
We are now in our new quarters dv
no. zxi bc&mmei street. All cus
tomers will bo served hereafter from
Cash paid for milk.
Tho Pioneer Dairy and Produce Co.
Marietta Phono No. 290.
G. R. PYNE
Colonial Block, Marietta, O.
Jotai Bras, art life
The Marietta Daily Leader,
, THURSDAY, JUNE 6; ioOl.
The Passing Show.
IX O. Larcum was in Parkorsburg
on business1 yesterday.
Miss Ucrtlia Fisher, of Chllllcothe,
Is visiting friends In the city.
Engineer W. V. Taylor returned to
j work auer his recent Illness.
Mrs. John Oliver, of Pelprc, was a
caller In (he city Wednesday.
Borri, to Mr. and Mrs . Edward
Sprague, nn eleven pound son, -
Joseph Wendelken w& In Park
ersburg on business yesterday.
Mr. Tom Wllcoxen, of Belpre, was
a vibltor In tho QRyWedtesday jp 4
Mr. C. B. "Morris, of Hebbardsville,
was in tho city yesterday on business.1
Mr. David Prager, of Parkersburg
was in the city on business yosterday.
Mr. Joe Gracey, of Qualey, was a
business visitor in the city yesterday. '
Attotney H. B. Coen spent Wed
nchduy as counsel In a case at Cald
well. Mrs. E. A. Coll' left Wednesday
morning for Akron to visit with rela
tives. Mrs. Anna Davis, of Belpre, Is the
guest of Mrs. Mary Dauber, of Fourth
Miss Julia Pickering returned tq
the city Wednesday after a brief visit
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Jackson and
Miss Mary Blake went to Fro3t on
Mayor W. E. Sykes to expected
homo today from a business trip to
Athens and Columbus.
Mrs. A. O. C Ahrendts and mother
left Wednesday afternoon for Barnes
vllle to visit relatives.
Miss Julia Pickering, who has
been visiting at Glouster, came in on
the noon train Wednesday.
Mr. Dana Johnson, who has been
spending several days at Joy returned
to the city Wednesday noon.
Dr. E. G. James returned Wednes
day from a business1 trip of several
days' duration at Clarksburg.
Dr. C H. Smith left Wednesday
for Del Norte, Coy., to oversee Import
ant gold mines In that section, k
Mr. Lew Schilling, who has, been
visiting in the city for sevciaj.jjays,
reuirneu to nis none in. UMiicotne.
Mrs . Dr, West left Wednesday
pmornlng for her home 'at NewMata-
moras after a visit with relatives "here.
Judge F. J. Cutter and Attorney
B. E. Gulon went to Columbus Wed
nesday afternoon to take depositions.
-Mr. Irvin Longley, who has been
ill for several days with typhoid fever,
is reported as being slightly Impioved.
Dr. Gallagher leaves this morning
for South Bend., Ind., where he has
been called by tho serious illness of
Harold Dale went to Paikersburg
Wednesday afternoon. He was to at
tend a dance being given by the A. R.
Miss Mary Angert is taking in the
Sunday School convention at Chilli-
cotho and will spend a week there
Qen. A. J. Warner arrived In the
city last evening fiom an extended trip
through the southern "gold flelds.whero
he has holdings.
Ice cream furnished for picnics, so
cials and parties with special prices on
five gallons or more. Snow Ball Garr
den. Bell phone 194.
May 23 eod ex Sun.
Pa-Zi cleans carpets and rugs.
Don't fail to prepare for tho
hot weather it's coming.
We have a full supply of Low
Shoes, in all styls and all grades,-
mer bye and bye.
& A jw M tffSfPfrX
f 4 K Wr aHlA&
Master Harry Chaffee,. wlrt fcd
Wen confined to his room wlth,'
Vete case of typhoid fever, is rejorjfu'
to be convalescing. Tj xik
- -Milton Ellcnwood, ono Of thGjagCd1
and respected residents of DuriTiam
township, transacted business tfffalrft
in :ho city Wednesday. Ay A
Joifn S. Hitrt, deputy organlz?rfc
the A. i. IT:', left Wednesday aftejnpon
for"LouIsvlllc, where he will vIsUjhhf
brother before proceeding to Cu?n-
1 Rev. John M. Polcn left yesterday,
for a single tax propaganda touo!
Monroe county. He will stop atftli
number of the Ohio river towns onVhls
Walter Harrison, foimor dayjjlerk
at the Bellevue, has been transferred
to the night service, while thouay
((mn wnnts will. Tin InnUoflMnfrpr!
-k. Officer Amos Wright ahiTMarshal
Jacob H. Dye have returned from Co-,
lumbus, where they were summoned to
give testimony in a trial before the
United States court. A ,
The annual banquet of the Alumni'
of tho Marietta High School 'is hed
this evening. AH graduates will be
provided with complimentary tlckct3
to the commencement on Friday nisht
at the Auditorium.
Major W. H". Bixby, E. H. Ruffner
and O. C. Hattery, the governmental
engineers, who gave audience to the
promoters of the bridge across the
Ohio. river at a point near the junction
of the Ohio arid Muskingum rivers, ar
rived in the city from Cincinnati Wed
The wedding of Mr. Edward W.
Lego andMiss Minnie Cium took place
at the residence of the bride at 22-
Sotun Seventh street last evening,
Rev. L. KIrtley officiating. Quite a
number of the young couple's frlend3
were present. Tfie newly wedded cou
ple will reside in this city when they
leturn from their wedding tour.
,Il?Blk safe to D0 a day without Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the house.
Never can tell what moment an acci
dent is going to happen.
Meet at the Bellevue and Examine Plans for
the Ohio River Bridge.
At the. Bellevue hotel Wednesday at
one o'clock the board ofgovernmental
experts of this district heard the argu
ments against the location of a bridge
at the mouth of the Muskingum.
Tlie commission is comprised of
Major E. H Ruffner, .who is ranked"
as senior officer, with an office at
Cincinnati, with territory consisting
of tributaries of the Ohio; Major W
Bixby, qf Cincinnati, who has charge
of the important territory of the Ohio
river from Cincinnati to Pittsburg,
Major Powell, who has under his su
pervision -the upper headwaters and
tributaries of the river.
The meeting was for the purpose oi
hearing complaints from river men oi
others with regrrd to the possible det
riment which would accrue to boat
from the proposed location. The plans
were explained, but met with no pro-
fflcf frrtm iVtn n.i.nui..i i
"- .. mc uoocmumii river men
The structure.an account nt whtnh -n.
given in the Leader some time ago. is
to be or the suspension desicn. The
end piers will be located on the two
banks arid the only support in the Uv
er will be a pier situated in the middb
of the channel and practically consti
tuting an extension of the dyke. The
spans will be 800 feet in the clear and
will be at sufficient height above high
The Wlliamstown ' Bridge and
Transportation Co.. under whlnh nnmn
the promoters will operate, is made up
of the following officers and members
President, D. M. Marshall, East LI
e'rpool; Vice President and Secretaiy
John P. Rowan. East Liverpool,
Treasurer, S. N. Shrader, East Liver
pool; R. S..Brown, W. H. Terry. Dl
rectoi3; V. B. Archer, Attorney, Paik
ersburg. The plans wllj'be submitted to the
Secretaiy of War for examination and
the announcement of their approval or
'rejection will be made known by the
department a3 soon as possible.
1 Vtnutcd A IIuHhiuul
Musi be strong and never have a lame
fiack. DR. RANICIN'R TTTTIVTSV TAR.
LETS stop tho pain at once and cure
permanently. Sold by Beagle & L(
tle and A. J, Richards, druggists, .Mari
The weather Monday, Juno
Russian Blouse Suits-- 'newest styles for-your
little boys-ages 31o 8,
Three 'tyles, a Blue sergo $5,00 suit reduced in price to
$4.50. Two styles in mixtures nt $4.00 a su t reduced to
$3,50. Notice them in upper show window.
THE STAR CLOTHING HOUSE.
Trrtdo discount stomp gees with everypurchase.
Rubber Carriage Tire Wo put rub
ber tlrrs on now or old vehicles at low
est posslblo prices.
THE BIG FOUR CYCLE CO.
Mar. D tf.
For Sale Nicely bound books con
mining values placed upon each separ
ate UloCn flf Mnrlnftn rnnl natnln Kv ,Vn
,deccnnlal board of appraisers. Twen-
ly-nvo cents per copy. Call at Leader
Wanted A second-hand roll-top
desk, must bo in good condition. Ad
dress C. B., Leader ofllco.
April 30 tf.
For Rent New eight room house,
with all modern conveniences, on
Maple extension. Apply to A. P. Finch,
National Supply Co.
June 4 tf.
For Rent A house of five room:
new house, large rooms, gas in every
mom, above high water. $10.00 pc
month in advance. Apply to lock box
No. 332, or at the Daily Leader office.
WANTED Two uining room girls
at the Norwood. May 29tf.
Help Wanted Several girls; those
having experience in bookbinding pre
fened Call at Leader office.
FOR SALE, a good family driving
horse, city broke, can furnish pedigree.
Inquire at 519 Sixth street.
June 4 tf.
Wanted A good girl by a family
of two. Apply at 331 Fourth street.
Apr. 26 tf.
Aii fi lends of organized labor who
w Ish to employ a painter, paper hang
er or decoiator will confer a favor ou
Local Union No. 93 of Painters, Paper
Hangers and Decorators of America, it
thej will ask the workmen to show
their woiklng caid. Below Is a list of
Join nej men membeis of No. 93 of this
P Willis. Ernest Rogers, T. H. Vada
Kin, Wm. Evans, J. W. Albright, Phil
iachreiber, C. C. Hannold E. G. House
man. J. C. Fittler, James McCallister,
Frank Miller. C. W. Nosset, Harry
Theis. Alden Rose, Chas. Theis, J. N.
Kirkpatric, A. H. Bolles, H. Gafkin, T.
J. Weber, I. F. Harper, P. E. Rousch,
G. A Hann, David Theis, D. W. Morse,
F W Hill. J. W. Jones, Z. L. Green,
W E Shockey.
'Ihe following Is a list of contractors
'who employ union journeymen:
B Eveleigh. F. M. Speilman,1 C. C.
Wther. R. Rudlg. G. H. Theis. Sign
painters Johnston, & Miraben, Ed A.
We hold meetings every Wednesday
e'vening at 7:30 o'clock In the Mills
Building, corner Second and Putnam
streets. AH painters not members are
cordially incited to call.
C. W. NOSSET, Com.
Interfered with the Program at the Country
The opening ot the Marietta Country
Club was seriously interfered with by
the heavy driving rain Wednesday af
ternoon. The attendance was" curtail
ed by tfie inclement weather and the
pntire program of the opening bad to
be altered to yield.to the changed con
ditions. The outdoor sports and games
had to be declared otf .
The members of the club who were
on the grounds when the storm came
up had a picnic supper and spent the
eening"7n the club house with Indoo
games and amusements.
The arrangement of buildings and
grounds is ideal and will afford much
pleasure to the devotees of the athletii
spoits, for which piovibion has been
made. The spacious apartments of
the building have been planned and
built for the comfort of the members
and in 'adopting various customs In
the architecture which is found In
many an old manor house, the unique
appearance is a continual fund of ma
terial foi romantic imagination.
The pleasure giounds have been
well platted and aio In excellent con
dition. The location Is one of beauty
and each member may well feel pride
in his or her country home.
"C" With a Tail.
The "C" with a tail is the trade
mark of Cascarets Candy Cathartic.
Look for it on the light blue enameled
metal boxl Each tablet stamped
C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All
The Flag Grocery is on the hill,
where high water and high prices don't
,1, will probably bo fair.
JUNE IS HERE AND COMMENCEMENT IS JUST AROUND
THE CORNER. SOME
You arc sure
(o need RIB
BONS and you
will como hore
because it is
tho only satis
You are not
you find what
T h e newest
anu unost are
here and pleiity of tho cheaper
WASH LIBERTY RIBBONS
in all widths and all colors.
We ai;e lully ready
for the Commence
ment Glove l"siness. Tbe best
Dollar VVhiti Kid Gloves to be
lour d any here. The elegant
(Jentemeri Gloves $1.50. White
Bi'k gloves 50c.
CRCIGHTON & IEPTIE,
Ladies' - Tailor-Made - Suits.
We offer our surplus stock of Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits
at ONE-THIRD and ONE-HALF OFF our regular prices.
There is a saving of from $2 5o to $8 oo on every suit &&&
15 Ladies' Suits
In Blue, Brown and
Grey Mixed, Eton
Jacket; Jacket and Ar rtfl
Skirt lined lhroushout l
Regular price $7 50. ""
Special Price, - EACH.
12 Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits
In Solid Colors and
Mixtures, some nicely
trimmed with Braid.
Regular Price $8.50.
Special Price, - - - EACH
See Display in
Thisisawpecirlly of our business.
... . ,c muoiouL luauiers in
and the now ndDiilar low slioes.
$o,50 can buy anywhere.
PFAFF & SMITH.
Cor Putnam and Gilman Ave., -
A Story in3:a.ti ohery.
TllO Uninlln pnmViinntmn rvf nnlnuir. unlUTminT nr,i nrin ...
WUITE INK, GOYD N
t,rnvi'(l irrnaiutililn fnn m n,,4(:.l ,.. 1,
I ... ..-., . ,.u ..utcuuuuui uuiu hi, mo uomu ui ins naoruDie. Homo
traces ot his effort ovor the brilliant paper are still in evidoneoou his cheeks, or
rt may bo a reflectron from tho letter as the fair young woman holdn it up with
the remark; "This 19 too sweot for anything." How his heart thumped, as ho
hastened to tho conclusion that she meant the boautiful things ho had written
and he came near having a spism when she added "tho Daintiest Stationery I
over did see; I'm going right down to tho
Colonial Book Store
where they havo suoh nice things, and secure a supply,"
153 Colonial Block, ' - . Front Street.
J. E, VAN DERVOORTi Prop. -
THINGS YOUJWILL NEED.
Upui Particularly attractive
"un lino silk and Chiffon
IJOS Ties, out-of-ordinary
anrl sfys very pretty and
dllli dressy. Moderate prices
Pnllarc nui oc.
uuiiaia You Rhoula seQ tho
new LACE COLLARS. Thevnrfl
the most distinctively new thing
there is in neckwear 50c to $3.00.
fan you want
is here and
the price will
of white fans
,50 cents f to
BELTS 70 differentjtyles, all
new this season.
Investigate the merits of
our chinaware. The Homer
Laughlin, line stands the most
severe tests, 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 yon like.
105 and 107
(0 Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits
In Coverts, Venetians nnd
Cheviots, Eton Jackets,
Flare Skirts. Rtgular
40 Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits
In Coverts, Venetians, Che
viots, Homespuns and
Broadcloths: black and col
ors; jackets lined with . ilk.
Regular price, $12.00 to
Special Price, - -
50 a Pair.
For .$3,50 we can aWe von a
many uiiierent styles, in both high
Thnw nn. r, !, k: .i.-.
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