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That's the! rote at Craig's'
uniloryitor Mie past ten
"What do ton think of
ith&t for expo iencein mak
ing uaoy pictures r it re-
Suires peculiar talents to
eal successfully with such
'fin army of little folks, and
' it is the pleased parents of
Ithis host who 'have given
l Craig the title of
"She Baby vharmer.
Rrincriho llttlo oncdto Crnig, holovos
thorn. all, and they kiow It.
v ' 'The Old R liable Art Gallery,
Arc theftwo best makers of
Dinner Ware in the world.
We handle both of their
makes p. open stock and have
just revived Johnson Bros, lat
est in White Porcelain. Call
in anq'see it.
The tooono Street China, Glass
iand Qaeensware Store.
ON f
590 ;
JBell 'Phone, connected with
letuuumie, uuy ui nitiii
M It. l J . -
"Open Your Mouth n
and Shut YoujrlEyos." g
That's a gJod rulo in n
some drug Btores, butin othors n
you have to koop your eyes wide fj
opon. H
This is a storo in which you n
may buy blindfolded. $
Evorv nuality is richt. And wo rt
o givo jou what you ask for without n
U nrmimnnt. Ynn'rn ns aafo with
us ad you aro with your
Ask mm, no ltnowy i
Cor. Front and Putnam Sts.
Wo havp a nico li:
Palma in stock at Qrc
o of Ferns nnd
tmltouso, corner of
ol streets. Out
Fourth, and , Beam:
ftowers and pjants of all kinds. Design
Woik'fchd Decorattag-a Specialty.
1 . J. W. BJttlAU.
Fall Shapes
Ik Gtalt
Now ready for your
inspection at
29? Front St.
JbIibsii! Jiras. am Grilel
Tho Marietta. Leader.
.(Daily and Weekly.)
The Public Mirror.
Mr. Joo Whcatheral, of ParkerG
burg, is in tho city.
II. K. noss, of CIrclovlllo was in
tho city Monday.
Mrs. Murphy, of Bolprc, is the
guest of relatives in tho city. '
A ten pound son was Mm Mund-iy
to Mr. and Mrs. Poto Quintan
Dr. Cunningham loft Monday for
Bovorly on professional business.
Mr. Frank Fcrtlg, of Slstersvllle,'
is the guest of friends ln,tho city.
A meeting of Harmar Lodge F.
& A. M. will ho held this ovonlng.
Mr. William Stephan lef,t Monday
for Stockport on a short business trip.
Ralph Hill left this morning for
Gaiubicr, 0., wher ho attends school.
Stephen Drown, of CIrclovlllo, was
a business visitor In tho city Monday.
Mrs. Bcrkhead, of Flag, O., Is the
guest of Mr. S. R. Berkhead and fam
ily. W. H. Ernst and family left today
for a week's visit In Buffalo and Cleve
land, i
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Bailey, of Cin
hatl, are tho guests of their son, Mr. C.
B. Bailey.
Harry Mitchell returned Monday
I, after a ten days' visit to tho Pan Am
erican at Buffalo.
A girl baby was born to,Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Day, of Falrvlew Height3,
Sunday night.
Samuel Henry returned to his home
In McConnelsvillo Tilonday after a few
days with friends here.
Miss Kate King, of Slstersvllle, W.
Va., is the guest of her brother, Mr.
Jamej II. King. of tho West Side.
Mr. Charles McCalllster and fam
ily arrived in the city Monday and are
the guests of relatives.
Miss Letha Davis returned home
Sunday from a two weeks' visit with
friends In Parkersburg.
Mr. Luther Klrtley will leavo to
day for Peoria, Ills., where he will re.
sumo Tils studies at College.
Mr. Charles Davis left Monday for
iLlttlo Rock, Ai kansas, where ho iias a
osltlon with tho Pulaski Gas Light
There will be a special meeting of
arietta Commandery at their Asylum
n Putnam street Wednesday night at
oven o'clock.
Stanley & Grass have on exhibition
i their show-window a dining room
'dbl'd'maAuifac?ui'ed'by"t'llo7 Darby Fur-
ture Company. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norrls, of
Ganada, Colo., arrived hero Monday
a d aro tho guests of their nephew,
11 '. Willis Morris.
In Sunday's issue wo stated that
tl j Shamrocks defeated the Grays,
wilch was an error and should have,
re id" tho Grays defeated the Sham
re :ks.
Butts & McCormlck wero busy
S 'Curday moving their offices from tho
Spago BulMing to tho secmd floor of
tho Wood Building on Front Ktccir.
V-Rev. Klrtley has returned home
frdm tho Cheat Mountains where he
Jiak been enjoying for tho past throe
'weeks his vacation.
t-Mlss Florence Davis entertained
th M. E. C. Club at her home on Hart
street Monday evening. About twen
ty people wero presnt and all report a
mofct enjoyable tlmo.
-f-Mlsses Lonchen Eblnger and Mary
Harper have returned home from Park,
ersburc. whero they have been tho
guests of friends for tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Van Melrc
returned homo Monday from Boverly,
where they weio tho guests over Sun
day of their daughter, Mrs. Stowe.
Miss Alma Baum returned home
Monday from Athens where sho was
called several days ago on account of
tho serious Illness of Miss Myrtle Wlth
row. As soon as sho Is able to be
moved. They will bring her home.
Rev. Dr. Klrtley has icturned
from his vacation in tho mountains
of West Virginia, invigorated and
ready to to again take up his work.
Ho spent much tlmo fishing for trout
and says that ho was very successful.
Ho has many wonderful flBh stories
to tell.
Miss Maudo Shapley, of Grandvlcw,
OhIo7ls tho gue3t of Recorder Bdnncll.
Sho leaves Tuesday morning for Ober
lin, whero sho is taking a courso ilu
music. Sho was accompanied to the
city by Mrs. Rebecca Brown, who will
remain in tho city for a week or ten
days. ""
Disturbed the Meeting.
Georgo Mahnkon was tried In Squire
N. E. Kidd's Court Monday for dls.
turblng a. meeting at Moore's Junction
on Sept. 9th.
It was charged that on that night
Mahnkcn and a girl drovo up to the
school houso and that he threw a beor
bottlo through tho window which
struck a llttlo girl in tho mouth knock
ing soveral teeth out.
Mahnkon was fined ton dollars and
costs, which he paid, and was released.
Ifr. C. T. U. Meeting.
At tho last meeting of tho Woman's
Christian Temperance Union tho fol
lowing Superintendents wore nppolnlod
fur tho different departments of tha
nfew year's work. -
Christian Citizenship, Mr. J. R.
Evangelistic, Mrs. Mary Wpbstor,
Fair and Prison Work, Mrs. Mary
Morso. ,
Flower Mission, Mrs. Mary J. Kcr
ntr. ' ','"
Mothers Meetings and Franchise,
Mrs. J. W. Sturglss.
Heredity and Hygleno, Mrs. Nellie
Curtis, M. D.
Infirmary Work, Mrs. Lucy Gulttcau.
Literature, Mrs. Jano Beaglo.
Mercy, Mrs. Viola E. Mllllron.
Work among soldiers, Mrs. Eunice
Stcen. f
Physical Culture, Mrs. Lillian Wood.
Social Purity and Purity in Litera
ture and Art, Mrs. N. H. Dye.
Work among Railroad Employes,
Mrs. Mary A. Brown.
Sabbath Observance, Rev. Mr. Blck
ley, D. D.
Sabbath School Work, Mrs. Blckloy.
School Savings Banks, Miss EmmA
Scientific Temperanco Instructor,
Mrs. Sarah M. Hovls.
Antl Narcotics, Mrs. Molllo Wyn
hoop. Non Alcoholic Medication, Mrs. L. S.
Fowling. '
Unfermented Wine at Communion
Service, Mrs. M.J. Drum.
Press Work, Miss Wlttllg.
On Exhibition This Week.
During tho coming week thero will
bo on exhibition at tho storo of the
Big Four Cyclo Co., Front street, tlio
automobile invented by Mr. A. W.
Kent and manufactured in this city.
All are cordially invited to come in
and inspect this machine.
Union Memorial Services.
Union Memorial Services over the
death of President McKinley will J)0
held at 'the Auditorium Thursday after
noon at 2 o'clock. The announcement
of speakers will be made later.
Death of Infant.
Ettio Amelia TITompson, daughtoi'
of Mr. and Mrs.- Stephan Thompson,
died at tho homo of her parouts In
Norwood. Ago one year. Tho funeral
services wero held from the house Mon
day at two o'clock, p. m., and burial
was made In Valley Cemetery.
CommonPleas Court. I . .
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Ellsworth Miller has entered suit
for divorce In tho common pleas
couit from 'his wife Bessie Miller. Ho
charges her with adultery. They
wero married in 1895 and have two
Jennie M. Lozier asks a divorce from
her husband Frederick Lozlcr. She
charges him with extreme cruelty,
Btatlng that 'ho has often struck her
with his list and sometimes with a
club. She also says that ho failed to
provide for his family.
They were married in 1893 and have
two children of which sho asks tho
Marietta Knights Templar.
Mr. Charles F. Henry Eminent Com
mander of Marietta Commandery,
Knights Templar, received a telegram
Monday night from the Grand Com
mander of Ohio, inviting his Comman
dery to attend tho funeral of President
McKlnloy at Canton, Thursday after
noon. Printed matter was mailed to
ehch member at a late hour Monday
night and it Is probable that a largo
percentage of the membership will go.
A special rate will be made by tho
Pennsylvania Company and It will no
doubt bo taken advantage of by a largi
number of tho citizens of tho coun
ty. Tho weathor indications for to-
day are clear and wosterly winds. ,
WHen It tomes to Men's Ready-to-Wear
Suits and Overcoats, we show
,& better and more complete stock
tnan any of them for the reason we
use our entire second floor for Ready-to-Wear
Clothing. We have the
room for it 1 feet wide and 100
feet deep.
It will soon bo Ovorcoat timo,
Tho newest thing in Overcoats is
tho Yoko Ovorcoat. Wo don't
show one stylo, but a dozen.
"It pays to buy goads from the
Star for cash."
' vtvtnvra
. FOR SALE, a ton horao DJWcr
Fairbanks gns engine, cheap. Wal
ter Klrhy. Sopt. 17 nt
.FOR RENT TWo rooms in now
house, Rlvcrdalc. Inquire nt 219 Put
nam utrtet. Sept. 17.3t
house, on Ninth street. Call at Lead
er office for Information. Sopt. 1 7 2t.
'FOR RENT Two rooms In now
houso, Rlverdalo. Inqulro 215 Put
nafn street. Sept 1G It.
LOST A lady's pocket book on
Fifth street car, Saturday afternoon
about 3:30 o'clock. Contained ?G.OO
and a door key. Finder pleaso re
turn to tho Leader ofllco and receive
roward. Sept. IB. HI.
For Rent.
nnt location.
Sept. 14-tf.
Furnished Room, plpas
Call at 412 Fourth street.
FOR SALE One medium sized
"Flro Proof Iron Safe" also healing
stove and pipe. Buttsft McCormlck
Sept. 13. 2t.
WANTED Flvo ,room modern
House. Either buy or rent. J. E. Irvln
M. M., M. C. & C) R. R. Sept. 12.3t
WANTED-Servnnt girl, good wages
Apply at onco G17 Front street. Sept.
WANTED Two lady canvassers.
Call at No. 205, Sixth street, south of
Aug. 23-tf.
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. Tho Leader
Publishing Company.
FOUND Tho finest display of
photographs ever seen in Marietta.
See them in tho window at Fowleis,
Front steet, nextto Wehrs' Grocery.
Como In and examine our work and
get prices. Sopt. 1 1 St.
Manager Wanted in every largo
county to appoint agents for the Fam
ous "Game o' Skill" nickel slot ma
chine for drinks or cigars; lawful ev
overy where, takes placo of all forbid
den slot machines. Rented or sold on
easy payments. Secure territory
quick. Palmer Billiard Tablo Woiks,
Chicago, Ills.
Sept. 1-Oct. 31.
Get our prices on Billiard and Pool
Tables bcfoio buying elsewhcie, sold
on easy payments. Our cushions nro
guaranteed for twenty years, and are
made by a new vulcanizing process.
Old tables fitted with our cushions are
as good as new, satisfaction guaran
teed or money lefunded. See our ad
vertisement of "Manager wanted"
for lawful slot machine. Palmer Bil
liard Tablo Works, Chicago, Ills.
Sept. 1-Oct. 31.
of character and good reputation In
each state (ono In this county le
qulred) to represent and advertise
old established ' wealthy business
houso of solid financial standing.
Salary $18.00 weokly with expenses
'additional, all payablo In cash each
Wednesday dirfect from "head'oflVccs.
Horse and carriage furnished when
necessary. Refeiencos. Enclose self
addressed stamp envelope. Manager,
30G Caxton Building. Chicaco.
2G8 Front Street.
Pieuno s
Every afternoon and ev
ening this week at Schnei
der & Alden's Music Store,
252 Front street, by Mrs. E.
Friedrich of Pittsburg. A
splendid opportunity for
lovers of good music.
DR, J. D. PAR.R.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Rectal Diseases, and Diseases of
women. Office and Residence, No229,
Fourth street. Calls promptly attended
to both day and night. Bell Phone
Prof. Lucien Meyere
Having located permanently hero will
tako pupils In volco culturo, piano, vio
lin, mandolin and guitar. He will take
children from six years of ago. He
will havo seven grades In tho difforent
branches. Pupils can leavo word at
music stores or address Prof. Meyere at
30G Maple street. Bell Phono No. 571-1.
Ho Is a grduato of schools of France.
Switzerland and Germnny.
He will also tako scholars In Frencli
and Gorman and enable the scholars to
talk these languages. His teaching is
in all thoso branches a natural me.vh
od. Sept. 12th. Ct.
Is He the One?
By Associated Press.
Sacramento, Cal., Sept. 1(5. A young
man giving his nameias Frank Rogers,
but who is believed to bo John Mc
naraara, alias "King" McNamara,
wanted at Lexington, Ky., for tho
murdor of Jacob Kollor, on Fobruary
11, 1899, was arrested hero today,
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I one CMlk More. J
14- id -nr Avnnrrnvnfinn 4-
A J-JIU OJ1K. OIU1U UL 1YJ.UI lUllil. Will UllllHl J llMiy
f justified by the greatness of the stock and the vol
? ume' of business done in our Silk Department. We
? win the trade by showing the best stock and giving
? the best money's worth.
I Black Silks. Colored Silks.
No risk, no disappointment, wlion
you buy our Bilk Dross here. Wo
protect j ou.
Satin Dtichcsso. Wo buy them
of tho manufacturers nnd know thoy
nro cood. 75c, 83c, 81.00 nnd up to
Pctvu do Solo is n fnvorito Silk
fabric for dresses 83c to 82.25.
BloLck Tnffolns in bust vnluu nil
through from 50c to 81 50.
All tho other Silk weaves Surah,
Gros Grain, Pallot do Sole, nnd
5IIk Poplins.
4 The Famous Skinner Satins.
a The peculiar characteristic' of the Skinner Sarin a
is its wonuertul wearing
a, it. AVe have the Skinner
and 24 colorings.
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.
"e 3jre"crpsrig,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.
For Your
Gosd:, Siit
WE havo been busy for tho past month arranging our now Fall Stock
of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Rendy-Mndo Woar, nnd take i
plensuro iu announcing that wo pluco boforo the peoplo of Marietta
and vicinity tho largest and bust solccted stock of Rendy-Mado Wear wo
haoecr shown.
Special for" this Week, September I6tfi to 21st.
Ladies' Wool "Waists,
Colors, each --
Ladies' Black Dress Skirts, lined flfh
throughout, each qZUU
Ladies' Mercerized Petticoats, q .
Special, each ---.-- JU CGIT&Se
Ladies' nnd Misses All-Wool Korsoy
lar, honvy stitching around bottom, c
llluo, Tan and Red a coat worth 812
Defective Eyes
an bo mndo to see
porfectly, nnd tho
trouble ontireiy re
moved by PROP
glasses. My long
oxporience is at your command.
Glasses from 25 cents to $10.00.
Hutchison's Bargain Storo.
171 Front. 1st Floor,
April 6-tX-TueoJ Thura & Sat
- - - - -
onnnlr rP 4-lna !4-rkti na 'I
Assortments nro complclo "and jou
find what you want. Kor instance,
wo show 01 sliado of Tniretns nt 75
conts por jnrd, and jou (jot a bolter
Silk than is usually sold for tho pi ice.
Crtpo do Chines, iu 10oomntf
Bhudcs, 81.00 and 81.25 por atd
Fa.ncy Silks for Waisls In tho
now stjics Persian designs nnd
printed warps.
Silk Poplins in 15 colorings, 81.00.
J&p Silks in nil tho good coloiu,
50 conts.
quality nothing equal to k
Satins in Black, White
New Fa.ll
or Waist ?
Black and Nall
Coats, Medin Col
its, Medin Col- tft"Vfb, fcif,
icT: $9.00
To Contractors
and Farmers...
Fetch your old junk, rope and iron
whilo the price Is high. Will pay you
cash or exchange for No. 1 cables or
casing, etc.
Pioneer Junk Co.
Subscribo for tho Dally Leader.
Ten cents a week.
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