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TIE EASTMAN KODAK.
Conect in Design,
Perfect in Workmanship.
The Ideal Tourist Camera !
Loads in Daylight.
Tho Luxury of Photography An East
A Full Lino with nil Reliable Supplies.
CRART The Marietta
unM,Va Picture Man.
270 272' Front Street.
Are the two best makers of
Dinner Ware in the world.
We handle both of their
makes in open stock and have
just received Johnson Bros. lat
est in White Porcelain. Call
in and see it.
The Greene Street China, Glass
and Qaeensware Stoie.
PURE AND HYGENS
DB. A. II. SWINBURNE, Physician, Mari
Obscure, Difficult Cases,
Abdominal and Rectal Dis
eases. Nervous Conditions.
OFFICE IN ST. CLAIB 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 Woosrer Streets.
Bell Telephone No. 382.
Would possibly enable us to sell a
n triflo lower thnn the prices we aro
asking, but wo think it bettor
n policy to buy just enough to fill
n our immedinto needs. This nlan
gives is fresher drugs, and gives
CORNER DRUG STORE,
H. FRED CURTIS, Prop,,
Cor. Front and Putnam, Sts.
Wo take periodical tickets,.
A N DOWLHSTG- Collector
American D & C. Assoc't'n,
Central Office Indluipollf Inil
Claims Adjusted Everywhere. Informa
tion Secured. Reliable Representatives.
New 'Phono No. 100
Lock Box 401.
PALMS AND FERNS.
Wo have a nice line of Ferns nnd
Palms in stock at Greenhouse, corner of
Fourth and Scnmmel streets. Cut
flowers and plants of nil kinds. Design
work nnd Decorating a specialty.
J. W. SMITH.
Bell phone 2C3-3.
G. R. PYNEt
Colonial Block, ' Marietta, O.
n Lra Quite
The Marietta Daily Leader.
TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1901.
The Passing Show.
Miss .Minnie Ketler, of Wheeling,
Is visiting In town-
Earl G. Harris Is being visited by
ills sister this week.
C. E. Lynn will move to Zanes
vllle In the near future.
W. H. Asplnwall, of Sistersvllle,
Is In town on business.
There will bo a dance at the
Countiy Club Thursday night.
Mr. A. T. Nye has moved from
220 Foutth btteet to S09 Second.
Mr. Fred Moore gave a dinner at
the Country Club Sunday evening.
Mr. W. J. Clark came In today
from Wheeling to visit his brother,
Mrs. Sam Flowers,' of St. Marys,
Is spending a few days in town visit
ing. Harry Ilrlggs came down from
Dexter City to spend a few days In the
Senator Davis returned last even
ing from abuslness trip up the C.
J. H. Ewalt and John Herendon,
of Paris, Ky., are In the city for thr.
Ladles and children are admitted
to the races this afternoon fiee of
C. H. niggs, of Little Hocking,
was in town yesterday ttansacting
Attorney Wilson of Coen & Wil
son has gone to Harrison county for a
The charges for the races are 50
cents at the gate and 15 and 25 cents
for the grandstand.
Owing to bad weather Sundav on
ly one hundred tickets were sold for
the Columbus excursion.
Frank Stehle and E. J. Lamberet
have opened an office for real estate.in
surance and oil leases over the Cincin
nati Clothing Co.'s store.
The Traveling Auditor of the B. &
0 S. W. was in town yesterday look
ing after the company's business.
Miss Annette Hathaway, who has
been visiting Jliss Louise Hathaway.
will return to Chllllcothe today.
There, will be running races next
Friday. The extra day is made neces
sary by the great number of entries.
The young people who were; camp
ing on the Stowe farm broke camp and
returned to town yesterday on the So
Somebody is evidently determined
to exterminate the dogs about the
city. Half a dozen were more or less
damaged by an over dose yesterday.
The boilers at the city electric
plant are being covered with asbestos
and magnesium. This is expected to
save twenty-five per cent of the fuel.
The Marietta Fuel and Gas Co.
have bought seven miles of the under
ground piping belonging to the Arti Il
eal Gas Co. and will turn their gas In
to this piping.
Mr. E. U. Follett returned Sun
day frm Cambridge, Mass, where he
has been studying law. Ho came by
Bulfalo and reports that the buildings
at the Expsition aro not all completed.
Mr. D. A. Judd left yesterday by
boat for Pittsburg, thence to Cleveland
Chicago and Los Angles, his home.
His daughter, Florence, will follow in
a few days. She expects to return
and enter College next fall.
During a fog yesterday morning.
the Virginia backed into the shore at
Bufflngton island, fifty miles below
here. She will lose one trip at least.
Persons wishing to make a trip on the
boat must make other arrangements.
How many low
selling this year.
We are leading the van on
sales of them ior the reason
WE HAVE THE ASSORTMENT.
Mr. A. Bouquard left yesterday
for Athens on a business trip,'.
Mr. Jacob Meuser. of Massilon,
Is in town visiting for a few days;,
Mrs. Powell and son and $Mrs.
Vondcrau are the guests of Mrs.'" Au
gust Weber. , ' '
Mr. Huber, class of '93 of the Col
lege, left yesterday for MIddieport to
visit relatives. '
Mrs. Geo.'Schad'left yesterday for
Athens, where she will visit ' friend?
for a few days.
Jno. M. Landon left yesterday for
the Beaumont oil fields, where ho will
represent the Guftey Oil Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mann left for
Woodsfield yesterday to attend the
funeral of Mr. Mann's stepmother.
Jno. E. Leonhart is moving out of
his Fourth street residence prepara
tory to building a new residence.
Dan Buell returned yesterday
from New York, where he has b"een
transacting business for the past
Superintendent H. G. Wllliam3
and daughter, Clara, returned yester
day from Hillsboro, where they have
been visiting relatives.
Track Superintendent Pauch, of
the B. & O. S. W.. was in town vpr-
terday and reports great damage dona
by the storm Sunday morning.
-Chas. E. Sturgiss Is the father of
a fine girl. She was born Sunday
noon, weighs seven and one-half
pounds and looks like Charlie.
Mr. Hecker, of Otto Bros.', has re
signed his position and in connection
with Mr. Manz. nrdnrletor of the Stay
grocery, will open a branch grocery in
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Fox left yester
day for Oil City, Pa., where they will
attend the wedding of Mr. Fox's broth
er. After spending a few days in Oil
City they will go to Buffalo and take
in the Exposition.
Scald head is an eczema of the scalp
very severe sometimes, but It can be
cured. Doan's Ointment, quick and
permanent in its results. At any drug
store, GO cents.
The Van Dyke-Eaton Company.
The Van Dyke-Eaton Repertoire Co.
opened a week's stand at the Auditor
ium Monday evening in, a three act
farce "Arabian Nights.'" This is the
same company which showed here last
year. They gave a very good enter
tainment and were deserving of a bet
ter house, though the play was fairly
well attended. A number of popular
songs, illustrated with steroptican
views, were sung in a most pleasing
manner, and the beautiful pictures
were noted as being the prettiest ever
seen in this city.
A calico dress on n wnmnti -itii
sparkling ambition, laughing eves,
cheeks carmined with nature's Vermil
lion is a beautiful being. Such come
to all who use Rocky Mountain Tea.
Ask your druggist
The world is full of thoughts and
you will find them strewed everywhere
in your path. Elihu Burritt.
Greatest Catarrh Cure.
Nasal Catarrh, Catarrh of Head and
Catarrhal Deafness. No cure, No pav.
All druggists aro authori7.d by the
manufacturers of Bunsen's Cream Ca
tarrhal to refund the monev where it
fails to cure any case of Catarrh no
matter of how 101:5 standing. One ap
plication gives ease and res't. Th!3 is
a new djscovery aud is the or'y Ca
tarrh remedy sold on a positive guar
antee, No Cure, No Pay. Price DO cts.
For sale by the Kirby Drug Company.
The passionate are llkemen standing
on their heads; they see all things the
wrong way. Plato.
Speaking much is a sign of vanity.
He that Is lavish in words is a niggard
in deed. Sir Walter Raleigh.
This Hardly Expresses What
People Say of It,
Any itchiness of the skin is annoy
ing. Little danger in itching skin dis
eases. But they make you miserable.
Doan's Ointment is a never failing
cure for piles, eczema, all Itching trou
bles. Marietta citizens endorse it.
Mrs. Frank Ranger, of Warren
street, says: "Doan's Ointment is a
very valuable preparation for the pur
poses Indicated. Mr. Rancer boucht It
at W. H. Styers druK store. 240 Front
Street, and the above In hits nnlnlon of
the merits of the remedy."
For sale by all dealers, price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and take
If honesty did not exist we ought to
invent It as the best means of getting
The fire you kindle for your enemy
often burns yourself moro than him.
Get What You Ask For!
When you ask for Cascarets Candy
Cathartic be sure you get them.
Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C.
Never sold in bulk. A substituto? is
nlwavs'a cheat' and a 'fraud. Bewarcl
All cfrufjfilsts, ioc
Ilubber Carriage Tires. We put rub
her tires on now or old vehicles at low
est possible prices.
THE BIG FOUR CYCLE CO.
Mar. 9 tf.
For Sale Nicely bound books con
taining values placed upon each separ
ate pieco of Marietta real estate by the
decennial board of appraisers. Twen-ty-flvo
cents per copy. Call at Leader
FoR SALE No. 5 Star Drilling Ma
chine complete; with largo engine and
wilier mounted. Address Duff Bros..
Superior street, Celeveland, or T. J.
Gilbert, Marietta, O.
I-OR PENT Three roomB suitable
for small family. Address "W" Leader
Office, or call up Bell Phone 3 on 5C3.
June 23 tf.
WANTED Blacksmiths and wood
workers at once. Steady employment.
Inquire at office of the Ohio Valley
Wagon Company, Norwood.
Wanted A situation by a young
lady. Would prefer needle work or
wilting. Security or reference if nec
essary. Address R. H., Leader offlce.
June 25 tf.
C. B. TRESCH,
2G8 Front Street.
The weather Sunday, Juno 23,
will probnbly be cloudy.
None of them can show
you any better assortment
of children's, boys'
and men's clothing. We
use our entire 2nd floor
for It. Take Elevator.
Our prices arc right, be
sides we take your Per
iodical tickets or give you
trade discount stamps.
THE STAR CLOTHINB HOUSE.
"And the nights bhall be filled with
And the cares that infest the day
Shall fold up thoir tents like the Arabs,
And as silently steal away."
Longfellow know the soothing power
of music; he knew its grand influence
for good. A homo without a piano or
music ot some sort aoesn't seem quite
a home; something seems to be wanting.
It's easy enough to have music in tho
house nowadays. Pocket your doubts,
and como to us. We'll soon show you
Schneider & Alden,
Music and Picture Dealers.
252 FRONT STREET.
Don't Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison McdU
cine Co., Madison. Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price, .15 cents. Never sold
In bulk. Accent no lulntl.
mconpofOTioii.t tute. Ask your druggljt.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED AT ONCE
(Men or Women), to sell our NAT
IONAL HOME & MUSIC JOURNAL.
The most popular musical monthly
published. Contains 24 pages of the
highest class of music written; also
literature, engravings, etc. The music
In one Issue -would cost $2.00 .and In
the 12 lsues( one year's. subscription),
at least $25.00. The subscription prica
Is $1.00 per year, so we give $25.00
worth of music for $1.00, and.uavo
subscribers the trouble of hunting
qver music stores to select their music
("Wrlte today for terms and particu
' CHICAGO BOOK & NEWS CO..
2CC Wabash AVE., Chicago, 11L
The. New Short Skirt
For Out-Door Recreations
It is called an euuestrian skirt. Tr. is nlcn t.ha r.- !.:.,,. r
liolfimu Tennis Plavers. Thn
winter golf skirts and it han a ilounce. We are showing a new hit-
0.06, 6.oot 8.00 and $.oo.
The colors a'e Gray, Castor and Eack.
Some Extremely Desirable Shirt Waist Suits at 4 Dollars.
Some are of Jinon color batiste, others of lawn in blue and white
stripes. Tho waist is handsomely tucked in front with box plaits
down the back. Tnree rufllss on the skirt. Another $4.00 suit is
of ox blood or blue chambray The waist has sailor collar with
while trimmim:. Wide ilounce on skirt.
Suits at 4.50 are of ox blood or blue chambray, waist and skirt
beautifully trimmed wih bands of white pique. Other shirt waist
suits at 5 00 and $7.50.
adds much to the pleasure of the
dinner; then to know it i3 first
class in every particular is another
great pleasure, especially to the
lady who owns it. If you buy
Homer Laughlin's T. iz A. Boots
or Johnson Eros., ware from us
the above pleasures are assured.
We carry these in open stock, one
piece or one hundred, as you like.
CRiMTOH I ffiPIDIE.
For Summertime !
New! Dainty! Little Priced!
A display such as you rarely see in a city of this size, made
in Coverts, Crashes, Piques, Ducks, Chambrays and Linens
Nicely trimmed with tucks, stitching:, braids, laces and rib
bons. Offered at the lowest possible price.
$1,25 each Ladies' Crash
Linen Skirt, 5 in. hem, nicely
trimmed, with braid.
$1.50 each Ladies' plain
Chambray skirt, in blue,
brown, pink and dark red,
nicely made, wide hem.
Novelty skirts, tailor made,
prices 4.oo, 45o and $5.oo.
ShlVt: WlQi" ?ome new effccts in sailor styles
Lm U VWdlbU just received, colors white, tan,
"THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK."
BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDN'T USE
murm - inl io nnf no t,o,.,r n.
Keeping to the front.
Full of the new styles in Ladies'
and Children's Oxfords and
Sandals in Kid and Patent
Leathers. Special prices oa
Ladies' Oxfords $1, $1.25, $1.50,
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
prices much under value.
105 and 107
S1.5o each Ladies' Covert
skirt, flare flounce, 5 in. hem,
well made, a very servicable
3.00 and 3.50 each, ladies'
chambray and linen skirts,
nicely trimmed in braid and
stitching. All colors.
in a variety of new materials,
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