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Marietta daily leader. (Marietta, Ohio) 1895-1906, July 14, 1901, Image 5

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"ho Lightest,
Most Oompacfj .
Mjst Satisfactory,
Amateur Camera.
Always Ready,
Always Reliable,
Correct in Design,
, Perfect in Workmanship.
The Ideal Tourist Camera!
Loads in Daylight.
Capacity Unlimite.
Fully Guaranteed
Tho Luxury of Photography'
-An Enst-
mnn Kodak.
. .-. ... .. ,. ,. ''Va'lfwas In the city Saturday. A
a x mi ijino wun an kcimuio supplies.
CRAIG
The Marietta
Piqture 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 JohnsonJBros. lat
est in White Porcelain. Call
in and see it. "
PlJTNAM BROS.,
The Greene Street China, Glass
and QaeenBware Store.
M SODA FOITAIN,
DRAUGHTS FRESH,
PURE AND HYGENi-
OALLY. CLEAN.
MASON'S PHARMACY,
Tiber Way.
DR. A, H. SWINBURNE, Physician, Mari
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 i 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.
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Navigating in the Dark; a
Bad policy. Lots of people do
it, but there's littlo if any excuse.
Pebpio who trade hero are not
in tho dark. Wodon't havotrado
tricks an disecrets.
Wo aro always glad to tell peo
ple all about our goods. Where
wo buy them, how they aro made,
why they cost much or little, etc.
Tho morn light tho better.
CORNER DRUG STORE
H. FRED CURTIS, Prop.,
Cor. Front and Putnam Sts.
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PHOTO GKR;.A.:F:E3:"Sr
DOWLING BROS.,
Cor. 3rd, ami MnttliowB t. Murlctta, O.
A specialty made of high-class, out-door
work. Crajon enlargements complete
with frame, &3 and up. All work guar
anteed. Picture Framing to order,
PALMS AND FERNS.
Wo have a nice lino of Forns and
Palms in stock at Greenhouse, cornor of
Fourth and Scammol streets. Cut
flowers and plants of all kinds. Design
work and Decorating a JPelnU?JITIT
Bell phone 263-3.
G. R. PYNE,
ARCHITECT,
pokmfod, Block., Marietta, j.
The Marietta Daily Lcade-.
SUNDAY JULY 14, 1Q01.
The Passing Show.
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Mr. G. Rabb, of Toledo, O., ia In
tn6 city.
-H.'K. Bess, of Corning, Is a busi
ness visitor In, tho city.
Q. W. Foreman, o Bucyrus, . 0.,
was In tho city yesterday.
Miss Leni Ames, of Rockland, was,
a Marietta visitor Saturday.
Ed. Wlchern, of Sitka, is here
spending Sunday with friends.
n a Rtpalnv. of Middleburne.W.
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Hon!. R. Rose, of Coal-Run, was
in tlie city Saturday on business.
JessColloy, of Waverly( was a bjisj
Iness visitor in the city Saturday.
J. J. Holllster of Dunham, was a
business caller In the city Saturday.
S. C. Davis, of Ashland, O., was a
business caller In the city Saturday.
Attorney H. M. Stalder, of Athens,
was avvisltor In Marietta Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Breckenridge,
of Elba, were in Marietta on Saturday.
Gran Stout and J. C. Stout, of St.
Marys, W. Va., were in Marietta yes
terday.
Mr. A. Callander returned Satur
day from a business trip through Noble
county.
Henry and Samuel woodburn are
spending Sunday with their parents at
Corner, O.
Earl Hardy, who was visiting his
aunt and uncle at Whipple, icturned
Saturday. ijM4S!i
Mr. and Mis. Hart Dunsmore, of
Barlow, were in the city calling on Dr.
Athey Saturday.
Attorney Underwood went to Park
ersburg Saturday to stay over Sunday
with his parents. "
Mr. A. H. Strucker left Satin day
for Grafton, W. Va., for a two weeks'
visit with friends.
Mrs. D. A. Stewart, of Newport,
was in the city transacting business
and shopping Saturday,,
Sir. C. R. McMahon, of Raven
Rock, W. Va., was a business visitor
in Marietta on Saturday.
Messrs. James and Charles Dugan,
of Dunham were in Marietta Saturday
transacting some business. f
Fred Owen, general salesman fbr
the Acme Sucker Rod Co.. of Toledo,
O., Is In the city on business.
: Mr. H. R. Clare, Vice President of
the M. C. & C, returned Saturday to
his headquarters In New York City.
Robert Lafferty left last evening
for Clarksburg, where he will spend a
few days attending to business matters.
C. H. Taylor and family, of Fair
view Heights, left Saturday to view the
cbibits at the Pan-American exposi
tion. Rev. Chas. A. Stanley went to
Center Belpre yesterday where he will
preach today In the Congregational
church . .
Master Lamert Ferrell, of Zanes-
ville, who hasbeen visiting his undo,
C. E. Zimmerman, .left for his home
Saturday.
Mr. L. E. Davis', yard switchman
vt the Pennsylvania lines, left Saturday
to spend Sunday with hla parenu at
Summerfleld.
Miss Llllio Markee, of Yankeeburg,
is spending Sunday with her sister,
Miss Mary Markee, 302 Haimar street,
West Side.
Mr. Wright, the speaker for the
Anti-Saloon League, went to Waterford
Saturday. He will talk on the temper
ance question today.
Mrs. Fdnnio May and littlo son, of
Center Belpre, were In Marietta Sat
urday on their way to visit Mr. John
Mendenhall, at Dell, 0.
Hon. E. G. BIddlson, State Inspec
tor of Mines, was a visitor in Marietta
Saturday He Is a brother, of BIddl
son brothers, the tailors.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. McCalllster
and son Frank, w ho have been sojourn
lngtat a health resoit up In the moun
tains of West Virginia, returned home
Saturday evening.
Tho stone work on the new First
National Bank building was begun yes
tetday. Tho dressed stono Is being
put In place and tho structure will soon
tako the form of a substantial buildlnc.
Tho villages of Dunham, Corner,
Porterfleld and Constitution have re
cently been connected by telephone
lines, which will render gpod service to
tho people living in these several lo-
calltles.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hupp.Mr. and
Mrs. F. P. Wheeler, Mm. Nep
tune and daughter, Nellie, of Fair
view Heights, and Miss Mabel Morris,
of Beverly, constitute a picnic party
that spent Saturday at Terrapin Park,
Parkorsburg.
"Sandy" Posey, who haa been with
tho United States army as a member of
tho 43d Volunteer Infantry In the Phil
ippines, arrived homo Saturday. Mr.
Posey -wan In cood health, but was
wearied by his long Journey. He left
the other Marietta members of tho 43d
In Oolumbue. They will como Boon
Jtfri. W. S Work la out or; town
Visiting her parents. , , . ,
J? H. Mottef returned 'froth Cin
cinnati Saturday night. -
Miss Hattlo Stanley arrived j from
California Saturday.
H. A. Wilbur is in tho city, the
guest of Dr. Cherlngton. v ti
,. ,--W. J. Rogers returned Saturday
from Cairo to spend Sunday. ""
C. C. Hopkins ran In from Vincent
"Saturday to attend to business. '
Mrs. Mary Allen went to Parkers
burg Saturday to spend Sunday. -
Miss Hattlo Beekman lsfovlsltlng
friends In Marietta and vicinity.
Clyde Russell will leave for
At-
toona Monday on a business trip.
Vork has begun on a new cement
pavement before police headquarters.
M. C. C. Campbell, of Fay, 0.,
was, in theclty Saturday on business
H. H. Liken was In from Chester
hill Saturday looking after business in
terests. Fred Reif moved Saturday from
721 Fifth street to the foot of Mont
gomery. The members of the D. U. frater
nity enjojed a picnic at their hall last
eenlng.
Prof. C. E. Reed made a trip to
Lowell Saturday In the interests of the
College.
, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cartmell were
expected last evening to visit friends in
the city.
Mrs. W. H. Gibson and daughter,
of Chesterhill, are visiting Mrs. J. W.
Doudna. '
W. G. Schnautter returned from
Cincinnati, where he had been on a
business trip.
Josiah Huntley and wife, who have
been visiting P. L. Stowe, leave today
for Allegheny.
Judge Russell was brought to his
home at McArthur Junction for burial
Saturday night.
Mr. Ed Bostaph, who has been to
Yankeeburg Visiting his relatives, ro
turned Saturday.
A. S. Boyer, general secretary of
the Y. M. C. A., of Canton, Is the
guest of Dr. Roe.
Attorney H. G. Stalden, of Athens,
Is in Marietta, calling on friends and
looking after business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hecker and
Miss Laura Palmer spent Saturday af
ternoon at Teripan Park.
Forest Clymer, cash clerk of the
Pennsylvania railroad, went to Dexter
to visit his parents over Sunday.? p
W. S; Taylor, one,ol tlle'B. &r oi
'S. W. engineers who have been on a
vacation, returned to work Saturday.
Misses Nellie and Valerie Kruthofr
fer, of Cincinnati, arrived last evening
to be the guests of Mr. J. D. Zimmerj
man. '
Mr. O'Blenness has accepted a po
sition with the Romaln & Stone Lum-i
her Co. and expects to move to Park
ersburg, ,.'- i .
Dan Kauf came down fiom Colum
bus to Sunday with friends in the city.
Miss Julia O'Blenness, returned
Saturday night from a visit! in Belpre.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown left ov
ei the 0. & L. K. Saturday for Han
cock, Col., where Mr. Brown will en
gage In mining.
Miss Fay Smith, who has been vis
iting here, went to Parkersburg Satur
day. From there she will go to her
home at Stewart.
The United States dredge Malta
stillcontinues its w ork of clearing the
mud from Devols Dam, both above and
below ,and also is cleaning the lock.
Geo. M. Plumer leturned Saturday
fromDetiolt.wheiehehas been attend
ing the National Teachers' Association,
Superintendent Williams and wife went
to Buffalo before returning.
Tho bill boards are again among
us, this time on the jail lot. The pies
ent boards bear the adveitisement of
Harrison Bios.' show, which will take
place July 22 and Forepaugh' will be
here on tho 2Cth.
Hon. A. J. Nathen. who was U
S. Consul General at Morocco during
tho Spanish war, arrived Saturday eve
ning and is tho guest of Dr. Nichols
Ho will make addresses today in the Y.
M. 0. A. meetings.
Wlllard D. Ball, general secretaiy
of tho Y. M. C. A., of Cincinnati, and
Geo. B. Landis, a state secretary of the
Y. M. C. A., are the guests of Dr.
Hart, of tho West Side, and will ad
dress meetings today.
' Messrs. Dearth. Ridge, Showalter
and Knox, who have been camping on
tho Henderson farm, broke camp yes
terday and returned to tho city. Tho
boys report a great deil of fun and sev
eral fish yarns are expected.
Catarrh of the Head.
All druggists aro authorized by tho
manufacturers of Bunsen's pream Ca
tarrhal to refund tho money where M
falls to euro any caso,of. Catarrh no
matter of bow long standing. One ap
plication gives ease and rest. This Is
a now discovery and tho only Catarrh
romedy sold on a positive guarantee
No Cure, No Pay. Price DQ cents.
For sale by tho Klry Drug- Company.
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I Dr. Hobtss'Bparuras PIU care all kldoey llu.
CJafrt). Add.fcwilUnf RtauxljCa.,CllcHof
BUSINESS LOCALS.
For Rent A new double house of
flvo looms on c.ich side. $12 00 for
each side. Situated at No. 81,9 Fort
street. Seo Coffman & Palmer.
10,000 feet 2 In. Second Hand Tubing
and Rods only used a short time. The
American Supply Company, No. 110
Greene Street, Marietta.
July Gth--tf.
WANTED Carrier Boyllvlngln Wll
liamstown to carry tho Leader for that
place. Apply at Leader office.
Wo have 2J000 ft. C-17 casing 'only
used one week In a dry hole, that we
will sell at a bargain. Tho American
Supply Company, No. 11C Greene St.,
Marietta.
July Gth-tf.
C. E. TEBSOH,
JEWELER.
WATCH REPAIRING.
2G8 Front Street.
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The weather Sunday, July li,
will probably bo fair.
A special hat sale of all
our light colored z.oo
soft hats.
We have put them all
in our show window and
made the price $1.50.
Wo take your periodical tickets
or give j ou trade discount stamps
with e"ery purchase whether the
price is our regulnr one or a re
duced price.
THE STAR CLOTHING HOUSE.
Terms Cash
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"And
the nights
shall bo filled with
music,
And tho cares that infest the day
Shall fold up their tents like the Arabs,
And ns silenth steal away."
Longfellow knew the soothing power
of music; he knew its grand influence
for good. A homo without a piano or
music of some sort doesn't seem quite
n home; something seems, to be wanting.
It's easy enough to hac music in tho
house now adajs. Pocket jour doubts,
and come to us. We'll 'oon show jou
tho way.
Schneider & Alden,
Music and Picture Dealers.
252 FRONT STREET.
The Flag Groceries are up to date
Handle all good things to eat. Try
an order from the Flags.
Marriage Licenses.
JIarrlage licenses were issued to the
following persons:
Maitin It. Wright, oil well pumper,
of Bens Run, W. Va., and Olllc B.
Flowers, of Dawes. L. D. Ellis.
Jno. W. King, clerk, of Harrison
vllle, O., and Prudence V. Farnsworth,
of Marietta. Uov. E. A. Coil.
Jno. A. Scott, florist, of Lancaster,
0., and Mary A. Fllnn, of Marietta.
It has endured tho storms of imita
tion nnd competition, yet stands llks
tho nyiamlds unshaken In the love and
confidence of the people. Rocky Moun
tain Tea made by Madison Medicine
Co. 35c.
Ask your druggist
Clam Bake.
Arthur Mumford, proprietor of the
Palm restaurant, has decided to take
the Elk Eye Encampment I. O. 0. F.
over to his farm, back of Willlamstown,
and glvo them a clam hako tomorrow.
All members of tho lodge aro expected,
and Fowler, tho photographer, will go
along in order to bo able to show things
Just as thoy were. Tho members of the
lodge aro requested to meet at the lodge
Tooma .at 8 .o'clock. The members aro
awaltinff tho hour" with great Impa
tience.
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' Hclnz pickling vinegar on sale at the
Flag Grocerlee, 308 Montgomery, 313
Greene street. , ., , ,i .,,
Bright News for
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All fresh new parasols and the
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them have been in the store only a few weeks, but we have
decided to close them out and down go the 'prices.
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Corresponding reductions in Misses' and Children's Para
sols. Three months still ahead for the use of parasols this
is your opportunity.
kmtimaet6,,i6a
tl I 00, or separate pieces it' you
J, Bt received, some good values
in toilet ware, which will be well
worth your time seeing before you
buy.
G piece Set nicely emjbossed
with gold decoration, 52 25
10 piece Set of same ware $3.00.
10 piece Set well decorated
with filled in llowers, $5.00.
Set Cups and Saucers, 30c.
Set Dinner Plates, 30c.
Meat Dishes, 10c, 13c. good
size,
GUGHTOI & 1PTHE,
Clearing
We reduce the prices on several lines of Ladies' Summer
Wash Waists, by putting several lines together we can giv e
you a complete assortment of sizes.
LOT NO. I
Ladies' Wash Shirt Waists
made of Percales, lawns, ging
hams, and India linen, trim
med with tucks, braids or in
serting, formerly sold at 75c,
90c and S I each.
CLOSING PRICE, 69c
jASee display in
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PUTNAM
Notice.'
Estato of fosepfi H. Grafton, de
ceased. The undersigned has been appointed
and qualified as Executrix of tho will of
Joseph fl. Grafton, late of Washing
ton county, OHIo deceased.
Dated this 13th day of July, A D.
1901.
KATE V.GRAFTON.
July 14 3 wlM Sun.
Bright Shoppers.
DUG
very latest styles. Most of
5o cent Parasols now 4oc. ' ,
60 cent Parasols now 5oc.
$ J , 5o Parasols now $ J . J 5.
$2.oo Paiasols now &.5o,
$3.00 Parasols now $2.25.
$4,oo Parasols now $3.oo.
$5.oo Parasols now $3.75.
$6.oo Parasols now $4.5o.
$7.50 Parasols now $5.oo.
China Ware!
You should be particular about
buying your dinner ware; get only
the best. The Homer-Laughlin
dinne r ware is conceded by all to
be the best in the United States.
We have exclusive sale of this
ware in Marietta. We also handle
Johnson Bros' and T. it A. Soots'
En;; ibh ware if you prefer it. 100
piece Dinner Sets, 1A(J up to
like.
105nd 107
Greene Street.
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LOT NO. 2.
Ladies' Wash Shirt Waists
made of lawns, Madras, ging
hams, Batiste and India linen,
all nicely trimmed with tucks
and embroidery, regular prices,
$1.25 and $1.50,
CLOSING PRICE, 98c each
west window. ct&ct
IBIRiO
STREET.
Ladles' Shirt Waists.
Public Notice.
Many complaints having been mado
to us of tho abuso of tho Public
Grounds of the City by noisy ball play
ing, accompanied with profanity, td
tho great annoyance of the neighbor
hoods; and also by the heating of car
pets thereon, the aamo aro hereby pro
hibited under penalty ot flrrrat.
By order of
THE PARK COMMISSIONERS.
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