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EuAAteftlLBtfl 555 y!P!Bffl The Lightest, Most Cortipact Most Satisfactory, AmatcUr Camera. The Marietta. Leader. .(Dally and Wcokly.) -txl BUSINESS LOCALS. The New- 'i'f 1-TV -m-w"? FOR RENT Now Six Room House on West Side, at $10 per month. Ad dress Box 09, City. Aug 22-tf. Dress Skirts THUIISDAY, AUGUST 22, 1001. rv . . i.n f i . . Always. Ready, Always Reliable, ' Correct in Design, Perfect in Workmanship. The Ideal Tourist Camera I Loads in Daylight. Capacity Unlimilo. .Fully Guaranteed Tho Luxury of Photography Ah East mnn Kodnk. A Full Lino with nil Roliablo Suppllos. y.FiMIVa Pldure Man. I ,270-272 Front Street. . Star Waists For Boys. A Dollar "Waist now 85c. Sizes 5' to 12 years, at GOODH U E "S, 290 Front St. 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. "PUT NAM "BROS., Tho Greene Street China, Glass and Queenswaro Store. DRAUGHTS FRESH, PURE AND HYGEHS- V cally clean. mason's pharmacy; Tiber Way. n n S "Open Your Mouth gj and Shut Your Eyes." g a That's n good rulo in n O somo drug storoa, but in others n J you hiivo to keop your oyes wido fj n open, in n This ia u storo in which you n S may buy blindfolded, fj a Every quality ia right. And wo n a givu you wlmt you ask for without n " iirgumont. You'ro na siifo with H 5 us as you aro witn your doctor, a Ask him, ho knows us. n U ' ct n n n CORNER DRUG STORE ' -II, FRED CURTIS, Prop,, Cor. Front nnd Putnam Sta. hi a n n uor, i rone nnu i-utnnm ois. tl a n a d cianaaaaaBBEiBDQDBCiaaaciaaaDu PALMS AND FERNS. We hnvo a nico lino of Forns and Palms in stock nt Qreonhouso, cornor of Fourth and Scammol streets. Out (lowers and plnnta of all kinds. Design work nnd Decorating a spocinlty. J. W. SMITH. ' W1 ?lione ?53-3. t, . The. Public Mirror. Llgo Davis left last night for At lantic City and rW York, Mr. Clialkcy Lambert la visiting liis brother, O, A. Lambert. Mrs. Jno. Coffmnn is visiting her son, Mr. S. A. Coftman, for a short tlnio. Dr. Tracy will commenco his tem poranco lectures at tho College grounds tonight. Mr. Geo. Pluincr returned last night from a trip to Detroit, Buffalo and other points north. . Rev. Dr. Nichols' family returned today after a prolonged visit In tho northern part of tho state. Miss Nina Paddon wont to Cam brfdgo Wednesday to be tho guest of frlcmjs for several weeks. Tho Rev. Chamberlain, of Gran ville, is hero on a short visit in the in terests of his 3chool at Gianvillc. Mr. Thos. H. Sugdcn and wife, ac companied by Miss Ucsslc and Master Tom SuBden, leave for llufTalo today. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fox, of of Grandvlcw, aro viHltlng Recorder Uonnell, of the West Side, this week. Mr. R. K. Brown, a successful oil operator In tho region near Dexter, was in tho city loolng utter oil interests. Mr. Henry Jett and Mr. W. II. H. Jett expect 6 Icavo for Buffalo today to view tho wonders of tho exposi tion. Mr. Lewis Waller, a prominent oil man of Elba, was in tho city Wed nesday looking after oil interests in tho city. Miss Bettlo Holbrook returned homo Wednesday from an ' extended trip to Waterford and vicinity, visit ing friends. Mr. W. S. Morris, of tho class of '9S, Marietta Collcgo was In tho city Wednesday calling on friends and ac quaintances. Miss Rhea Grafton, who has been spending the summer at Beverly, Is In tho city visiting Misses Mary and Hope Turner. Mr. Geo. Schwab resigned his po sition with Turner & Ebingcr and will go to his home at Madison, Ind., to accept a position. Miss Miranda Wilson and Miss Allco Algco, of Jolly, O., aro viBlting Mr. Frank Wilson, of this city and at tending the Institute. Mr. and 'Mrs. 'Henry Ottcrbcln, of Clnciimat!,,Yw.haYo..bqcnl tho guests of relatives for several weeks', left Wednesday for their home. Eva Conralh and tho two Misses Sheldon went to Dexter Wednesday to visit a fishing camp established near the town by Marietta people. Jno. Jacobs was watching -the trains Monday for tho arrival of his brother-in-law from Syria. The name of ths brother-in-law is Zcekli Mcrhi. Mr. Dickason, principal ' of tho preparatory department of Woostcr, Is attending tho institute in the Inter ests of tho summer school of his Institution. Miss Mario Adklns, physical direc tor at the ladles' school at Dcnnisou, Is in tho city tho guest -of Mr. Thos. Ewart. Siio Is looking for girls for tho school. Mrs. Booth and daughter, of Cov ington, Ky., expect to leavo tomor row for their homo after a visit of several weeks, tho guests of Mr. Hor atio Booth and family, Fourth street. Miss Bovle, who has been visit ing Miss Hope Turner for a few wcoks loft Wednesday for her homo at Gal llpolls. She is tho sister of Captain Vcrno Bovie, of the class of '08, Ma rietta College. Tho Golf handicap loving cup displayed in tho Bhow window of Stevens' music storo is surely worthy of. great effort on the part of tho golf players to win it. It is to bo present ed by tho Country Club to tho moinber who first, wins it threo times. About twcnty-fivo young pcoplo onjoyed a porch party Tuesday oven ing given by Miss Virginia Stehle In honor of Miss Jennie Schully. Tho amusements were tho graphophouo, tho taking of Hash light pictures and tho coming homo In tho rain and mud. Light refreshments were served aud a general good timo was had. Base Ball. Tho Parkersburg baso ball team which camo up to play tho team of this plac3 was defeated In a ten inning gnmo by a score of D to -1. This was cortalnly a cIoeo game. Tho battery for Marietta was Ward, Peters and Williams. Tho battery for Parkers burg was Nelly and Landsittle. Marriage License. Marrlago liccnso was Issued Wed nesday to Walter Baith, of Consti tution, a farmer, nnd Miss Lora DeRrth, Dunham, Thos. McDormott to official .. MM ljim ENTERTAINMENT And Drill to be Given at Belli el A. M. E. Church. An entertainment and drill will bo given at Bethel A. ,M. E. church, south Third Btrcet, on TLursday. eve ning, Aug. 22, at 8 p. m., undor tho auspices of Mlssc3 Justice and Hardy. Tho program is divided into three parts: PART FIRST. Consists of songs and literary exor cises. PART SECOND. Vestal Virgins drilling with light ed caudles. PART THIRD. - Tableaux of Virgins robed In white. Mayor's Court. Gcorgo Appleby and William Schllcher wcro before tho Mayor on tho charge of being drunk and disor derly. They plead guilty and were fined $5 and costs each, which they could not pay, nnd were taken back to work It out. Charles Ackcrson was before his Honor on the charge of whipping his wife. Ho plead guilty and was fined ?C and costs. Ho could not pay and was taken back with tho other two to work for tho city. Shriners' Celebration. Tho Marietta committee of Aladdin Tcmplo A. A. O. N. M. S. met last eve ning with a largo attendance. The principle object of the meeting was to arrango for tho Shrlno celebration which will bo held in this city, prob ably somo time in October. Elabor ate preparations arc being made and tho occasion promises to bo one worth the attention of the pcoplo of this city. About three hundred visitors aro ex pected from Columbus, Wheeling, Parkersburg and other cities. Going Home to Die. Herman Handier, sheriff of Noble county, and Milton James passed through tho city Thursday having in charge Mr. J. S. Merry whom they wcro taking homo from the asylum at Athens. .Mr. Merry was tnko to Ath ens In a very bad condition a short time ago and slnco that time ho has constantly been falling until the omanciated form which Sheriff Han dier brought through the city on a cot looked moro llko a skeleton than anything else. His friends brought him homo to dlo. ;,, U. C. T. .Picnic. .' Tho Commercial Travelers will hold a picnic at Buckeye Park Friday. This promises to bo a lively time. The Commercial Travelers liavo a ball club and Intend playing tho Marietta Club boys. After this game Kid Mcll yar will be present with a picked club of old timers to play the winners. All clubs are practicing regularly and some first class ball Is expected. The afternoon will bo a sort of bail car nival. Tho boating stage of water is sufficient so trips can bo made quick ly and safely to the grounds. Mrs. J. A. Johnston. General agent for La Grecquo Cor sets for Ohio and West Virginia, Is now In the city; will remain until tho 2Sth. Will meet ladles at their homes, by special appointment, and fill any or ders for corsots promptly. Address Mrs. J. A. JOHNSTON, Marietta, Ohio. 70G Fifth Street. Aug. 22-2ts. Weather Forecast. West Virginia Partly cloudy Thursday and Frldny.southerly winds, Ohio Partly cloudy Thursday, warmer in oxtrcmo southwest portion. Friday partly cloudy, probably show crs, cooler in northern portion, light southerly winds. 'Tho Weather prediction for to day is cloudy and slightly coolor. for the balance ol this month the price o! our 318.00 and 320.00 Spring and Summer Suits will be 315.00. The price of our $15.00 suits will be only $12.00. And all of our 312.00 Suits will go at 39.50. AH of our $10.00 suits, a big Hue of them, cut down to $7.50. THE STAR CLOTHING HOUSE. TERMS OASH. FOR RENT A five-room house, now and up-to-date near tho center of business. Apply to Room No. 3, Corner Front and Putnam streets. Aug. 20-tf. FOR RENT. A nicely furnished front room. All conveniences. Will rent to gentleman only. Call nt -111 Third street. August lG--tf Lost Gold watch, In Muskingum Park Friday evening. Finder will ploaso return same to 722 Third street and receive rowurd. Aug. 10 tf. WANTED Two Bright Young Men. Call at tho Commercial College, 1D1 Front street. July 2Gth.-tf. For Salo or Exchange For smaller property or vacant lots, a ulno room house, largo lot. Centrally located. Apply to J. A. Plumer & Sou. July 21 Lost Oil leases and maps on Front street, near Bollovuo hotol. Leavo at St. Cloud hotel and receive reward. July 21 FOR SALE A Four Horse Gas En glno with gasollno attachment, Cald well make. In good condition nnd do ing pet feet work in our offlco whore It can be scon at any time. The Lea'der Publishing Company. C. IE. TEESOH, JEWELER. WATCH REPAIRING. 208 Front Streot. Buying a Piano is like buying a- gold mino for tho averngo business mnn. All the moro nccossity for you to got an instru ment with a name known for honesty, progressiveness, and durability. Sueli a piano is tho A. 11. Ohaso. Schneider & Alderv, "' Phono 3CTJ. i5i Front f trcot. tn,. Notice to Ladies. After PimntlliiK four wpi'ki in tlmEnxl lonrntiiK tin mw uj.-lmn or tnilorlni,', I nni now rinily tii m.iKo luilinV Tailor Miiilo Hulls, ilo. without HttiiiK. Kit mill orkiiiaiHliii KUiiriiutriil. All lu ilii'S urn invitiil turinm ami IiiMiH'ctuur lutet line of miiiiiIi". Yours for hnim:. VIENNA LADIES' TAILOR. 110 Front Strict, opp. Colonial Bloc!.. Miiru-tt.i, Olifn. Marion, vsv Corner Stores Third and Alarion Streets. We show a general line of Staple Dry Goods Queensware, and Notions. We cater to your wants. Come and see us. F. W. Vincent. Notice to Contractors. Ofllco of tho City Clerk, Marietta, O., August 21, 1901. Sealed proposals will bo received by tho City Couucll of tho City of Mari etta, Ohio, at the ofllco of tho City Clerk until 12 o'clock, noon, of SATUltAUY, SEPTKMU13U 7, 1901, for furnishing tho necessary labor and material for tho improvement of the north and south alley lu Squuro No. 35, from tho northerly lino of Scani mcl street to tho southerly lino 'of Woostcr street, in (.aid city, by exca vating, grading, preparing founda tions, constructing a curb on each slilo of tho roadway and paving with brick said roadway, lu acconlaneo with tho plans, profiles aud specifications relat ing tq said Improvement on file in the ofllco of tho City Civil Engineer of said city. Each bid must'bo accompanied by a certified check for $50,00 payable to tho order of tho City Clerk, as a guar antee that If tho bid is accepted, a co n true I will bo entered Into and the performance of It properly secured. niddcrs aro requited 'to use the printed forms which will bo furnished on application. Council reserves tho right to roject any or all bids. Uy order of the City Council. CAW-i HUCK13R, City Clerk. Aug. 22 3t Thurs. China's exports of tea last season wero 124,000,000 pounds, as ngalust 1115,000,000 in tho preceding year, Our Skirts for tho Full riety and the selling lias already begun. JNow time tho question of style is settled, you win buy your Skirts and have the use of them for the entire season. Every fash ion requirement and every point of beauty is found in the handsome line of skirts we are showing. CLOTH SKIRTS. Tho materials aro sorgo, cheviot, homespun, broadcloth and mohair, and nil tho good colors aro shown. Somo aro trimmed in stitched bands of Tnffo ta Silk or Satin. Prices, 81.00 to $12.50. TAILOR MADE WALKING SKIR.TS. Tho Now Walking Skirts show distinct changes from Inst season nnd tho now features aro decided improvements. All tho good points nppcnr in theso now skirts. Prices, 55.00 to $10.00. Colors: liluc, Qroy, Brown, Castor and Black. Smrnsfr mmrmwm m e.t COST. The Ohio Valley Wagon Co. is closing out its fine stock of Buggies, Phaetons and Surreys at cost. Anyone wishing to buy anything in this line can get it at first 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 sb that those who are unable to come during the day will have the opportunity of doing so during the evening. 10 VALLEY WAGO 01 W S3SSS9 The Largest and Best selected stock of Choice Dress Goods ever shown. All Former Seasons Sirpased. Canadensies, Broadcloths, Vernations, Prunnelle, Melrose, Soliels, Armures, Cheviots. Another larcie assortment of New Waist Cloths In exclusive Patterns. New things for Walking Skirts. The remainder of Summer Goods at Cut Prices. Call and see the Choicest Line at the Lowest Prices. TTO PUTNAM You Need oxr Shoes, We Need Your Trade. Let us get together. You can please us by calling and making known your shoe wants, and we feel certain we can please you with our styles, variety, and also our prices there on. "That's what we are in business for PFAFF 8c SMITH, WEST SJDE, Are Ready. Season are here in large va BLACK SILK SKIRTS. All now our spring stock was sold out clean. Shapes strictly correct. Somo real distinctiveness in each skirt. You will liko tho skirts and npprovo tho prices. Prices run, $8.50, $10.50, $12,50, $1G,00 and $18.00. y&fonM&(lSa Tmmmmmmmn BROS STREET. Mi l h-J 1 v- i i V V i t! ill! 1 frr A kwAkAfl&3 &ai&u .z?&- iiMMm cMteua--ami.- "- '' ""it . , a. . '.av.