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fl (.ijm.yT"w,y!r)'i"',ig -- WO! -" ' I ""fr .-4o jwwtjv $ Tho Lightest, Most Compact, Most Satisfactory, Amateur Camera. THE EASTMAN I0DAL Always K!icly, AlwnR Reliable. -Juried in Detifrn, Period in V. rkmanhiij. The Ideal Tourist Camera ! Loiulb in Day in In. Caput; ty Unlimile. Fully Ouanm "(' Tho Luxury of Photogrnphy An East man Kodak. A Full Lino with nil Reliable Supplies. CRAIG MSB! I 270 72FiontStieei. Arc the tvo bst makers of Dinner Ware in the world. We hand c 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 Queensware Store. DRAUGHTS FRESH, PURE AND UYGEWI CALLY CLEAN. MASON'S PHARMACY, Tiber Way. DR. A. H. SWINBURNE, Physician, Marl etta, Ohio. SPECIALTIES: Obscure, , Difficult Cases, Stomach Trouble, Abdominal and Rectal Dis eases. Nervous Conditions. OFFICE IN ST. CLAIR BUILDING. 8 to 11 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m., and C to 8 p.m. Sunday. 8 to 10 a.m.; 2 to 4 p. m. Residence Fifth and Wooster Streets. Bell Telephone No. 382. LIFE OR DEATH i often rolled up in a prescription. The greatest doctor in the world may write it, but if the druggist doesn't do his part, or does it wrong, the doctor is uselebs. nTrt lnf f.l.iitn nnv pvtrnnrrlinnrv 1 UUI4 U W. ...... .."J ,..-.. virtue, but we can truthfully sny that compounding prescriptions is me wum we do best in life. It isn't a little thing eituer. Every drug must bo per fect) fresh-directious followed with Fcrupulous enje. Bring us jour pro HCiiptions CORNER DRUG STORE, II. FRED CURTIS, PROP., Cor. Fiont and Putnam Streets. ANDOWLING- Collector Hepreienting The American D & C. Assoc't'n, Central Ofllre InillanapolU Ind Claims Adiusted Everywhere. Informa tion Secured. Reliable Hepieentatives Now 'Phone No. 100. Lock Box 401 Marietta, Ohio. PALMS AND FERMS. W7r Xwn n mnn linn nf X?ana nrtA Pnlms in stock at Greenhouse, corner of rouriu ana ocnmmuj sireets. uut flowers and plants of all kinds. Design work and Decorating a specialty. J. W. SMITH. Bell phono 2C3-3. Change of Location, Wo are now in our new quarters at No. 214 Scammel street. All cus tomers will be served hereafter from this place. Cash paid for milk. . The Pioneer Dairy and Produce Co. Marietta Phone No. 290. G. R. PYNE, ARCHITECT, Colonial Block, Marietta, O. W jJH The Marietta Daily Leader FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1901. The Passing Show. The Pa-ZI Laundry had another new wagon on the streets. Miss Iva McCrea left last evening on the Virginia for Pittsburg. P. J. Suit, of Parkersburg, was In the city on business Thursday, Chas. L. Wilson has jeturned to Uelpre after a few days vlbit here. W. T. rtobinbon, of Lima, was a btiEine&s visitor in the city yesterday. Carl Parson went to his home at Belpre last eenlng to spend his vaca tion. .Mr. Ed Hardy, ofLower Salem, was a business visitor In the city Thursday. .Misses Anna Dewey and Bertha Gultteau visited friends at St. Marys Wednesday. Mrs. W. P. Smith staited Thurs for Sharpsburg to visit for a time with fi lends. Mr. Sherman James will leave this morning for Beaumont, Texas, to drill in the cil fields. The members of the Country Club will five an inloimal dance at the club house tonight. Born, Friday morning, to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. VanGeison, of Court and Eighth greets, a daughter. "ilr. and Mrs. W. M. Schmocker and two children started last evening on the Queen City for Cattletsburg. The Wesleyan Methodist people will give a lawn fete at Camp Tupper Park this evening to pay off debts. Help us! Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sayre, of Sharon, Pa., an eight pound son. It is a grandson to J. W. Sturgiss of this city. The M. C. & C. has made arrange ments to handle rush and perishable merchandise by means of the B. & O. S. W. to Athens. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gill, who have been spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gallaher, left Thursday for their home at Columbus. John FInsterwald, deputy revenue collector, came over from Athens Thursday and remained during the day attending to business matters. Supt. H. G. Williams has returned from the western part of the county, where he delivered several addresses before graduating high school classes. Mr. C. C. Henking, of the class of '98, Marietta College, and sister, Miss Mary Henking, returned to Galllpolis after attending the College com mencement. The switch boards in the B. & O. S. W. yards have been painted red and green instead of red and white. The order was issued by the Pennsylvania officers In charge of the B. & O. S. W. Prof, and Mrs. C. E. Reed, Mr. ana Mrs. J. H. Over left last evening for Pittsburg on the Virginia They will proceed to Irwin, Pa.where Mrs. Reed's parents and Mr. and Mrs. Over reside. The commencement exercises of Ohio University will begin on Sunday and continue until Thursday. A num ber of people from this city will at tend. The piogram of exerciser promises to be very interesting thi3 year. ' Miss Alva Lawrence, of Sisters ville, arrived in the city Thursday morning on a visit to Miss Minnie Gorham. After spending a few days in the city. Miss Lawrence will pro ceed 'to Denver, Cal., to which point her father, S. W. Lawrence, ex-mayo of Sistersville, will remove. Get the Best anil D) you notice that none c'aim to be as good as HANAN'S Isn't that significant? Geo. Hannold was at Parkersburg on a business trip Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. P. Costello, of 'Bolpro, were visitors in the city Thursday. Geo. Taylor has resigned his posi tion as fireman with the M. C. &C. J. M. Wolff, of Chllllcotho.was a business visitor in the city Thursday. Mis. Jacob Weyrich has returned from a visit with her daughter atjWest Union. ,JEn Geo. S. Hammatt, of SalamaTW. Va., is in tho city looking up !bll In terests. l Joe Wendelken left last evening for St. Louis, where ho has secured a position. . N )V' J. C. Beach has gone to Chlllico the to take the engineer's examination leciuired by the B. & 0. r Mr. Russell Clsler will resume his work as brakeman on the M. C & C. after a several days' vacation. After a visit" in the city Conductor Kelly returned to New Martinsville. He has a run an the short line there. Mrs. Mary Allen has returned from Parkersburg, where she visited her brother, Dr. Geo. Gandee. W. J. Kirkwood has returned from a trip through the West Virginia oil, fields in the interest of the U. S. Oil Co. Mr. and Mrs. George Needham, of Brooklyn, N. Y., recently married, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eblnger, Second street Mr. Earl Alderman went to Park ersburg last evening to meet Mr. J. W. Young, the financec of Miss Lucy Han na. His home is at Bayonne, N. J. Mrs. Hynson, wifo of Prof. Hynsjn left Thursday for Pittsburg, whe'e she will visit before joining her hus band in Philadelphia. The M. C. & C. shipped a tender over the B. & O. by way of Athens Thursday. The tank will be used on j the west end of the r6ad beyond Tun-' nel station. I i The Building Committee of the ( Board of Education inspected the Waid bchool house in the city Thurs day morning. The repairs and In.-1 provements necessnry for the building ' wei e discussed and plans to this end i formulated. FIFTH ANNUAL REUNION Of Company L First, and H Sev nth 0. V. I. Well Attended. i At the beautiful home of Comrade ' John Riley up the Muskingum river, J the veteians of Co. L 1st 0. V. I. and i Co. H 7th 0. V. I. blvouaced Thursday The hospitable home of the owner.who I bervea nis country in the Civil war.was thrown open to his comrades in arms who had also worn the blue and fough upon the same battlefields The annual gathering of these two companies Is a notable occasion when reminiscences of battles won. J defeats enduied and hardships oer come form the topic of conversation of the veterans who have seen the snows nf aT,,. ,.,!... , ., ,. since the time they marched behind the drum. Theyears as they pass tak , from the roil call the names of com - rades and in these annual gatherings 1 the memory of the dead soldiers is iresiieneu uy a recital of their good qualities and bravery in times of peril The faces of two of tho veterans were missed from the gathering Thin s day. Comrades J. W. Stanley and John Hoffman have made their last long march and are encamped upon the faither shore. The fifth annual reunion was. how ever, a distinct success. The old sol diers, together with their families.con gregated at the Klley home yesterday morning. The yard and house had been prepared for their coming and Email replicas of old glory were stuck In the soil and placed in the rooms of the nouse. At noon an excellent dinner, differ ing much from army rations of hard tack and black coffee, were served. About SO guests wero seated at the board which was loaded with edibles well prepared and served. At a busi ness meeting of the company varioui affairs receive attention. The" meet ing will be held on the last Saturday in September, at which time the time and place of the next reuuion will be decided upon. Towards evening the guests and comrades of Mr. Riley bade him good bye and returned to their homes. Disreputable House Raided. Officers Slobohm and Kerns raided Jack Robinson's place on Church street Thursday afternoon. The in mates were very "Disorderly and the police stepped In to secure quiet. Tho noise subsided at once. Two women were taken to tho Jail and will have their hearing this morning. The police are making a determined effort to clear up all such Joints and should bo supported by tjio public. If Vim were to bump your head against a brick wall ydu could not feel worse than does anyone who suffers from Biomach troubles. Wo have a positive cure In Dr. Caldwoll's Syrup Pepsin. CURTIS & HUTCHMAN, CHARLES R, DUCHANAK BUSINESS LOCALS. SWAIVS''iVWW Rubber Carriage Tires. We put rub ber tires on new or old vehicles at low est possible prices. HIE BIG FOUR CYCLE CO. Mar. 9 tf. For Salp Nicely bound books con taining values placed upon each separ ate piece of Marietta real estate by the decennial board of appraisers. Twcn-ty-flvo cents per copy. Call at Leader offlco. For Rent New eight room house, with all modern conveniences, on Maple extension. Apply to A. P. Finch, National Supply Co. June 4 tf. Wanted A second-hand roll-top desk, must be in good condition. Ad dress C. B., Leader office. April 30 tf. LOST Gold - n at Commencement Ball. Shield shape, coral center. Re turn to Drs. Willis and Smith's office and receive reward. June 13--2ts. ANTED Blacksmiths and wood workers at once. Steady employment. Inquire at officer of the Ohio Valley Wagon Company, Norwood. June 7th-tf. O. JE. TiExiEJSC'EC, JEWELER. WATCH REPAIRING. 1C8 Front Street. feVkfetfeTt vb Tho weather Saturday, June 10, will probably be fair. We have entirely too many boys D. B. Kneb Pant suits at $3.50, good values, ages 8 to 16. In I order to get rid of 5 a few of them, we j are going to make i the price, 2.90 for the next 10 days THE STAR CL0THIN6 HOUSE. TERMS CASH. VUt'frt vAfotoft RE Pioneer Dairy and Produce Co, , At No. 214 Scammel Street: . i, r .i tt, X;-f r,r.,. nas tor sale, the iinest Jersey ' mlk' Cream, butter milk, skim , milk, SOUr milk Cottage 1 cheese, and Dairy Butter, Marietta Phone No. 290. I WANDERING JEWS. Raving a Good Time in Canada on Money Secured by Fraud- The Pioneer Junk Co. was recently defrauded out of a sum of money and is now attempfing to apprehend the three men who worked the scheme. Warrants were sworn out yesterday for David Robinoveitz of the Pioneer Junk Co. for the arre&t of his three brothers-in-law, Samuel, Louis and Max Silen. The latter made their rela tive believe that they were the posses sors of a car load of junk rope at Clarksburg, W. Va. Not doubting their representations, checks to the amount of $1,07U were given to the three brothers in exchange for tne fictitious rope. The purchaser discovered, however, after it was too late that his slick rel atives had strung him and had also absconded with their plunder. After he came to know the ropes he swore out warrants for the Silen brothers. The latter had, however, gone to Detroit and Canada and had not left their address behind. The police believe that they have a partial clue as to the Israelites where abouts. Mrs. Silen purchased boxei of Samuel Wallack to pack her per sonal effects, as she intended to go to Detroit this summer. The polico will look up t'jli clue. Recommended Bankruptcy Law. By Associated Press. Cleveland, O., Juno 13 Tho National Association of Credit men today decld. ed to hold next year's convention in Louisville, Resolutions wero adopted strongly urging the passage of a nat ional bankruptcy law and recommend ing the adoption of tho Ray bill by Congress. The convention also ex pressed Its approval of the establish ment of a National Department of Commerce. Shirt Waist Large new arrival, very latest style suits of wash goods. Shirt Waist and Skirt to match. Various materials Lawn, Chambray, Denim, Mercerized Gingham. Prices 31.50 $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $7.50 and $8.50. THE JULY DELIIEATOR Is ready. It is an extremely attractive number. Complete fashion information as to coming and ruling styles, and as a special feature a splendidly illustrated article on Jthe great Pan-American Exposition, at Buffalo. Nothing equal to it published in any magazine. JJBHBBS MWah'-mZmf& Pretty Dinner-ware adds much to the pleasure of the dinner; then to know it is first class in every particular is another great pleasure, especially to I he lady who owns it. If you buy Homer Laughlin's T. As A Boots or Johnson Eros., ware from us the above pleasures are assured. We carry these in open stock, one piece or one Inndred, as you like. W!HT0I I IEPTIE, Shirt Waists- A xich showing of novelties in dainty profusion including the celebrated JUSTINE and STANDARD makes in mer cerized Chambrays, Lawns, Madras, &c, also a large variety of white waists in nev, sailor styles. Prices from 5oc to $4.50 pach. The largest variety and most novel designs shown in this city. CRASHES, LINENS, PIQUES, MERCERIZED CHAMBRAYS, Flounced, tucked, trimmed with laces, braids and ribbons. , Prices from 39c to $6.50 each. Visit ready made department, second floor. OTTO PUTNAM STREET. A GOOD EVERY-DAY For Men is our World's Champion line in Wax Calf and Black Vici. Goodvear Welts, the regular price is $2.50. This week they go at $2 00 TRY A PAIR. PFAFF &; SMITH, Putnam and Gilman Ave,, - ... WJiST SIDE. Suits. SHOE DEPARTMENT Keeping to the front. Full of the new styles in Ladies' and Children's Oxfords and Sandals in Kid and Patent Leath rs. Speciul prices on Ladies' Osrords $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. See our line of Ladies' Shoes at $1 25, $1 50, $2.00 to $3.00. A big lot of Sample Shoes for men, women and children at priceB much under value. 105 and 107 Greene Street- BIRO! iffiSSlSrSiBSttH HOE !Ut,tuAUt-JtkS, JL tss- n yr'