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Marietta daily leader. (Marietta, Ohio) 1895-1906, July 23, 1901, Image 5

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Most Compact,
Most Satisfactory,
Arnateur Camera.
Always Ready,
Always Reliable,
p Oonect in Design,
; Perfect in Workmanship.
, The Ideal Tourist1 Camera !
hV Loads in Daylight
, , Capacity Unlimite.
Fully Guaranteed
Ihe Luxury of Photography An East-
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A Full Lino with nil Reliablo Supplies.)
OHMIa picture Man.
270-272 Front Street.
'Special Sale
Of $2.oo,$3.oo and $3.50 Der
bies and Soft Hats going at
.50
For your choice. See Window.
5jf. X i2 iSt JP
R. A, Goodhue,
290 Front Street,
MARIETTA, O.
Successor to Goodhue, &. Evanr.
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.
PUTNAM "BROS.,
The Greene Street China, Glass
and Qaeensware Store.
iff SODA FOUNTAIN,
DRAUGHTS FRESH
PURE AND HYGENB
CfiLLY GLEAN.
MASON'S PHARMACY,
1 Tiber Way.
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li Navigating in' the Dark, rj
H Bad policy. Lots of people do D
fc" l)rfA-Tn lltll n Mln La. A.V MIA 4- I!
in the dark. Wo don't havotrftdo 2
tneka nml oecrets. r
wo nro alwuvs clad to toll nco- el
ln ,.11 nl.rttlf mi. ..A.7.. Yin 11
H wo buy them, howtboy nromado, n
n whv thoy cost much 'or little, etc. n
g The mom light tho bottefc, $
CORNER DRUG -STORE
H. FRED CURTIS, 'Prop,,
Cor. Front andPutnam-Sts.
anoannanuctfcs-ECt-aaaaaa-aaay
PALMS AND FERNS.
Wo have a nice line of Ferns and
Palrns In stock at Greenhouse, corner of
Fourth and Scammel streets. Cut
flowers and plants of nil kinds, Design
work dnd Decorating of Bpdalty, v -
J. W. SMITH.
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The Marietta Daily Leaded
TUESDAY, JtjLY 23, 1001.
Thl tfas'sirfg ShovV.
W. L.v Tlmblln has, moved to 530
Fourth street. ' ' '
J. S. Martin moved from 520Fron,t
to Norwood.
Charles Groves 'jlcft1 yesterday for
Stockport on business. ,
Mr. W. M. Dearth left Monday for
Athens on a business trip.
Charles" Schneider left yesterday
for Cincinnati on business. ,
J. V. King moved Monday from
storage to 431 Second street. j;
,. "t-A Pomeroy, of Beverly, O., was Jh
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the city on business Monday.
MrrtStephau, of NewarkfriavfpBInfc
a visit to his parents at Gmcey.
Preston Shepard, of Boston, Is vis
iting his father; Thomas Shepard.
Miss May Simpson arrived homo
Monday from a visit to Pennsvllle ' ,.
Mrs. Laura Palmer Is visiting Mr.,
and Mrs. R. Leham, of Parkersburg.
The S. of V. and tho L. A. S. hold
their regular meetings this evenirig.
Chas. Place will In the near future
move his family from Frost to this
city.
Geo Hart, who has been living on
Second street has moved to Fourth! and
Butler.
"Dutch" Williams, of Paikersburg,
was calling on friends In the city yes
terday. Ralph Starling, 'of Coal Run, was
among tho business visitors In the city
Monday.
- Leroy Cohdgan has changed his
lesldence from Seventh and Warren to
Norwood.
Miss Lillian Benedict is;visltlng.
her sister, Mrs. Rausch, of Falrvlev
Heights.
-Frank Ranger left Monday for New
York and Boston to close fin important
oil deal. ,,j)
Robert Shaw, who has been on a
visit to his father, returned -to New
York Monday.
Joseph McCue, of Parkersburg, waa
in the city Mondaylooklng after busi
ness Interests.
F. W. Porter, a prominent cltiren
of Gravel Bank, was In the city yester
day on business.
J. W. Goodwin has left the city of
Parkersburg and will take up his abode
in Wllllamstown.
Miss Effle Betsell, of Parkersburg.
Js visiting her sister, Mrs: L. M.
Traverse, of this city.
Mr. Chas. Haas, a prominent mer
chant of Lower Salem, was a business
callentin town Monday.
Mrs. Oliver Arnold left yesterday
for Cincinnati where she will visit re
tlves for several weeks. !
Geo. Bennett, proprietor of the
American hotel at Beverly, was in the
city Monday on business.
Conductor Fulx. of the B. & O.
Branch, has gono to Ckillicothe, to
move his family to Belpre.
Henry and Beeman Dawes returned
last nlgb from Deer Park. They re
port a vory pleasant tltno. 1
The Saints will go to Claysville and
Taylorsville, Pa , in the near future to
play witn the above teams.
Miss Catherine Small and Miss Ada
James expect to visit Miss Chapin at
Cleveland in tho near future.
Mrs. Frank Dunlnp, of Sistcrsvlllo,
left yesterday for her homo after a visit
of several weeks with ielativc3.
Mr. L. L. Beach, of Newark, is
spending his thirty days' vocation with
friends and relatives In tho city, v
Mis. Wilson, who has been tho
guest of friends for several days, left
Monday for her homo in Beveily.
; Wm. Meredith at a social-at Har
ley Ray's Saturday' night fell off the
porch steps and dislocated his elbow. f
Mr. Payne, the ticket agent at tho
Union Depot, Is oxpected back today
from a trip to tho Buffalo exposition.
Tho St. Marjs Catholic church Is
arranging for a social at tho Putnam
Hall property for Wednesday evening.
Mi's. Ktit'o W.itd and daughter,
Mamlo. retuiced to Belpro aftor a
pleasant visit with friends in tho city.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C .McPhcrson left
Mqnday for their homo at Llttlo Hockr-
ing nfter a visit of several weeks with
friends.
Mrs. Ada Leget, of Waterford, who
has bedh the guest of the Misses Curtis,
of Fourth street, loft for their homes
Monday.
David Stewart, formerly of this
city, but now located at Clarksburg, W.
Va was calling1 on friends In tho city
yesterday.
Mrs. Charles McParland returned
home Sunday from Parkersburg where
she has been tho gutfci.ol relatives for
several days.
Tho funern', ot Frank Jewell was
neld Sunday at Crobks Cros sing under
the auspices of ttte I. O. 0. F. and was
largely attended.
J. O. Hofhan returned from Sardls
IGnday, whore "he has been taking coal
leases1. Ho report vins o"f "coal seven
teen feet in &fecKues.
W. H. Foster, of CnldwAjU, yrae in
the city on business Monday
J. W. Qeddes, of Lowcu, was a
business visitor in town Monday. ? .'i
-rJohn Flnsterwald, revenue co1icc
(of of Atnens, Is In town on tfusiness.
F. 0. Frost returned MoWlny from
a lslt to Bipadwell andfothepolnts.
Miss Tina Peebles an($ brother
.went to Athens for" a cOuplef weeks.
Mr. Tltley has gonp (to his former
home at Butler, Pa., on a business ttf'p.
' Mr. Carl Lund Js in tho city, .the
guest of his parents.
D, L. L. WIlllamsof MWVernoh,
is expected today to visit friends in tho
city. "
Miss Mary Turner started for Galli
pollsy Monday to bo tho guest of Miss
Bovlo.
Miss Baum returned to duty with
ITurnerjbjnger & Co. Monday after a
C. A. Sarber, a prominent oil man
of Cleveland, will be In the city several
days on business.
W. B. Rogers left Monday night
for Corning .where he has business in
terest to attend to.
D. W. Storey, one of Beverly's
prominent citizens, was in town attend
ing to business Monday.
Andrew Steinhardt, who was re
ported to be i sick with appendicitis
Sunday, Is getting better.
.-Mr, W.' C. Clark, of Caldwell, was
in the city looking around and shaking
hands with his old friends
S. P. Sheik expects to leave Thurs
day for Meadeville, Pa., and Chautau
qua to spend his vacation.
Mr. Geo. Eyssen and two sons left
for Buffalo Monday morning to visit
tho Pqn-tArorican Exposition.
Hon. C. C. Mlddleswart and wife
left Monday for Buffalo, N. Y7to take
In the Pan-Amerlcau-Exposltiou. '
I. 0. Sullivan, of New York, pVpIpe
line official, Is in the city on a business
trip, looking after company affairs
C. D. Bole and wife arrived home
from Morris, Pa., Monday where they
have been spending a short vacation.
vV
Mrs. Hartley, of Macon, Mo., whoso
husband was prosecutor of Washington
county during tho war Is visiting J. M.
Harper. ,,
1 Mrs. Bahrlng, of Wyoming, N". J.,
arrived in the city Monday to vialt;Mrs.
Lewis Suder, of Greeno street, t her
mother. ty,
Dr. Carl Lund, of CJaliimcL Mich
igan, 'arrived Sundav on SvYsft TtflW
parents, Mr. and Mrs, ,G
-., ' t ( t77..i ,
J. Lund,1
Fourth street.
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J. A. Josephy has retur.nqd.rrorn
New YorK ana I'lniaueiptiia, wjjpr. ne
has been laying In a fall and "winter
stocK ror ms store.
Mrs. Dr. McKim -and, daughter.
Catharine, returned front Coolvtlle last
evening where they hav,e beerj, fcC-somo,
oaywvisiung relatives.'
Mr. Pierpolnt, formerly of this city,
but now located at Johnston, 0., left
for homo Monday, after a yWf 6t sev
,'eral jlays. op business?
Frank Caldwelli returned from
PnrkorburjsyMonday.'V!hcfev;'; he had
,.r' -..ilTL- ,,-: -.r ..,'. ' . ..
ueen visiuuc iricuua uim jyiu.biai u iu
San Antonio, Texas, next weeic.
. Wltrf n1.1ln H1ov.r KAAiiltraAiinntll-
Wonsignmenl of books Monday. t
will soon be removed'to the now quai t
ers in the High School building.
J. S. pienn and Geo. McGulro
prominent oil men of Sisteisville, who
have been here on business, returned
Monday morning to Slstersvillo.
Carl Stahlman and Earl Stahlman
two of Parkcrsburg's young society
men, spent, Sunday with Marietta
friends and returned homo Monday.
Mrs. Georgo Grafton and son, Don
passed thiough ttio city Monday on
their way from Pittsburg to Bevclv
wheic they are spending the summer.
Mr. Edwjn Melster returned to At
lantic City whore ho has been spend
lng his vacation. Ho shows tho effects
of his trip in a well browned face.
It is reported on good authority
that Homer Edgar, of Nowport town
chip and Clara Shaffer, of Pino RUlgo.
ai o to bo mai rlod at tho brido's home
July 2S, - i
Mrs. Richards, accompanied by
Misa Flgrenco Richards, left Sunday
for Columbus, where they will be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs: H. rt. Bohl for
several weeks,!. .
-TFboJamlHes of Mr.Ho J. Eblnger
mm ,ui . ,fH- u xvub7, iiotu.v1'""""
Mis'! .yiancne ureenwayoii;n ot.
ClairSventUo the Storey farm "Monday
on a camping expedition-. ' "
Mjss Elizabeth Elliot, who ha
been visiting with tho family of Jno.
Elliot for tho past seven months, re
turned Monday to Rdclc Creek, acom
panled by her nlccq,Cvora Elliot
MIsi Paulino' H. Brownof Parkr
ersburg la 'making h? fltsfvlsl &lono
here, with grandparents 'MrJ'andMrs.
W.'H. Brown; T-heJIUle Miss certain
ly acts ust as nice as grqwn up people
do, and seems quite bappyMf? '
Bradford Dormyplo was before ' the
Mayor Monday morning on thp Charge,
of carrying concealed weapons and jvasj
"bound dvor to the next BriUMl, Juty-",
the sum of $100.00. ivhlch heUfa no'
give ,and was taken back to Jail
&Nsfe
LOCALS.
Wanted-A -good boy, at tho Palm
restaurant. f,
jF0RTr!enT-4V' Modern Six Room
Cottage on Fairvlew Heights near brow
of hill. lridulrHnt Leader Office.
Found A fine pair of spectacles oh
B. & 0. train. Owner can have them
by identifying bame at. Union Depot
ticket ofiicrb and paying for this ad.
July 23 1U
For Rent A new doublo house of
five rooms on each side. $12 00 for
each side. Situated 'at No. 819 Fort
street. See Coffman & Palmer.
For Sale or Exchange-For smaller
property or vacant lots, a nine room
house, largo lot. Centrally located.
Apply to J. A. Plumor & Son.
July 21
Lost Oil leases and maps on Front
street, near Bellevue hotel. Leavo at
St. Cloud hotel and receive reward.
July 21
FOR SALE A Four Horse Gas En
gine with gasoline attachment, Cald
well make. In good condition and do
ing perfect work in our office where
it can be seen at any time. The Leaier
Publishing Company.
C. JE. TRTilSCIi:,
JEWELER.
WATCH REPAIRING.-
208 Front Street.
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Wcnther Report For Sunday
and Monday will piobnbly bo fnir. S
That window full of
$2.50 men's soft hats,
contains some nice ones
The prise now is ;SI.50
to close them out.
We still keep up our
stock of men's the $J 00
a suit kind of underwear.
The- best? of rvalues.
S2.80 takes any of our bojs,' or
childrens $3.50 knee pants suits.
THE STAR CLOTHING HOUSE.
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Terms Cash
1v&WWnWWV1k
"And the nights shall bo filled with
music,
And tho cares thnfinfest tho day
Shall fold up their tents like tho Arabs,
iAnd ns silently steal nwny."
Longfellow knew tho soothing power
or music; ho knew its grand lnlluence
for good. A homo without a pianb or
music of somo soit' doesn't cem quito
a home; spmething seems to bo wanting.
It's easy enough to hoo music in tho
houso nowadays. Pocket jour doubts,
and come to us. We'll soon show )ou
tho way.
J
Music and Picture Dealers.
252 FRONT .STREET.
Miss Aurella Hoover leaves this
morning for Salem, W. Va.
Tho County Commissioners wcie In
session Monday to act upon a franchise
which is asked for an electric lino to
Newport nnd St. Marys.
The Sunday excursion of tho O. &
L. K. took 108 people from tho city
Sunday and gathered up a considerable
number along tho line. Quite a num
ber stopped at tho Star fishing camp.
Tho greater part of the remainder went
to Columbus. The success of these ex
cursions is likely to Induce the O. & L.
K. to run an excursion p Cleveland.
The Harris Nlpkle-Plaie Shows.
The Harris Nickel Plate Shows vis
ited QuxjCtty .yesterday ) and nOtwIth
stnnding'thV Intense heat of the day.
was largely attended, both In the after'
noon and evening. It is pronounced
an excellent show for the low Tries
charged for admlsslop, and desplto tno
neomfortobleness of the temperature
ribpththe.pejferniers and the audi
ence, it gave general satisfaction.
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jfic A LARGE LOT OF
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Smyrna and Moquette Rugs
At. Special Prices for quick sale. Not a '-job lot" of old
style inferior Rugs. They aro the class of goods you expect
to find at this store, and ars nearly all now bought for the
Fall SeHson, But we have concluded to have a special sal
and make prices lhat will induce you to buy now. You
Bu'e money and wo stir up business.
Rugs regularly, 81.00, Special, S3.2.")
Rugs regularly, 0 00, Speclnl, 5.10
Rugs regularly, G.50, Special,
Rues reoularlv. 0 00. Special.
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Rugs regularly, 12.00, Special, 10.00
Closing Gale Boys' Summer Waists.
Your pick for 25c. Many of them were
50c. Sizes for boys from 4 to 1 4 yrs.
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1BJ6S; - PiffittK,
OT SOST
The Ohio Va'Iey Wagon Co. is closing out its fine stock
Df Buggies, Phaetons and Surreys at cost.
Anyone wishing to buy anything in this line can get it at
firtt cost by going to the salesroom of the Ohio Valley Wagon.
Co. on Second street, opposite the Union Depot.
We are closing out our retail business and can make it
worth your while to buy of us.
The salesroom will be open every day until 8 p. m. so
so that those who are unable to come during the day will have
the opportunity of doing so duting the evening.
The Ohio Valley Wagon Co.
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GREAT CLEARING SALE
i
lrl ifr tni tjPl 2& JJk $! rl ri 2fl M
Summer Wash Skirts
Our entire 6tock of Crash Linen
prices for the couvenienco of our
our stock into three lot3, aB follows
. l. Ladies' Wash Skirts in Crash Linen, well tf j
JTfZ made, five inch hem, extra wide, regular uHi
1 price $J.25 and $1,50. Sale price, Each.
Ladies' Crash Linen Duck and Pique
LOT Skirts, some nicely trimmed with braid,
MO 2. regular prices ?2.50, S3.00 and $3.50,
Sale Price,
Ladies' Fine Crash Linen Duck and Pique ft J-
LOT Skirts, nicely trimmed in Braid and Ap- ,TH
NO. 3. plique, regular prices $4.50, $5.00 and VS'V'
$6.00, bale price
OTTO
PUTNAM
AH EASTERH TRIP
On Excursion Tickets Over the Pennsylvania
Lines.
Exclusion tickets to Now York may
bo obtained at principal ticket offices
of tho Pennsylvania Lines, cood eolnc
and returning over tho Pennsylvania
T.lnnr. m. a.!nfV win Dnnn.ilwnlA T In.n'
uiitvn v. buiug wit x uuiiojr.vtuiii xj.itua
and returning via the other direct lines
from 'New York, including tho routes
via Buffalo with prlvilcgo of stopping
ovor at that point tq take in the Pan
American Exposition and Niagara
Falls, or roturnlng via Washington,
D. O., with Btop-ovor at that point.
Full information will bo furnished in
reply to Inquiries addressed to Ticket
Agents of the Pennsylvania Lines.
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Regular prico,, S1.G0 Special, $1.25
Regular prico, 2.00, Special, 1.65
Rcgulor price, 2.25, Special, 1.88
Regular prico, 3 00, Special, 2.33
Regular price, 3 25, Special, 2.75
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Snireys
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Duck and Pjquo Skirts at cut;
customers. Wo have assorted
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Each.
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BRO!
STREET.
MISS JOSEPHINE J. NIKON
Optician,
Who for the pnst 11 years has been In
charge, of tho Optical Department in D.
B. Anderson's Jewelry store, will now
be found at Hutchinson's Bargain
Storo. Sho will continue to glvo the
same careful attention to Testing and
Fitting' eyes, and adjusting frames.
Also repairing spectacles, Jewelry and
clocks. Engraving done on short no
tice. 171 FRONT ST. FIHST FLOOR.
April 6-tf Tuts, ThBrs & Sat.

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