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nyuuia-J ' iU. - u. -1 , 4, Wi ' -' " 1 1 ' s.if . j& Some of the - Mil's Bargain Stores for Your Inspection this Week. Six' styles of plaids in Dress Goods, 38 inches wide, heavy-weight, silk, cotton and wpol mixtures, well worth 25 cents, our price I2j4c a yard, ' New Black Dress Goods at 25c, 35c, 50c, Cgc, 75c and Si. 00 a yard. Many pieces of Fancy Patterns at unusually low prices. - Ladies' Underskirts 25c, 30c, 50c to Si. 98. We ask an inspection of these goods to show you their value. Hundreds of remnants of Worsted Woolen Dress Goods, 1 54 'to 7 yards in a piece, at half regularpriccs for children's school dresses, fadies' skirts and suits. Tailor made Suits, Jackets and Skirts at prices to attract your trade. Ladies' Shirt waists in Silk, Wool and Flannelette. In Drapery Department, Curtains, Portieres, Stand and Table Cov ers of Damask, Chenille and Lace. New Stamped Linens at whole sale prices. Clothing, Hats and shoes for Fall and Winter at still lower price's; Nice assortment. Our Novelty Department on the 2nd floor one cent, two cent, three cent, five cent and ten cent counters. You will wonder 1 o such nice, good and useful goods can be sold at such small prices Come and see. For this week, we put on sale 2,000 pounds of fine candies at only 10 cents a pound. Fine Crystal Gum Drops, Cocoanut Squares, Fig Caramels, let Cream Kisses, Covered Dates, Cocoanuts, 15on Boris, Cream Dates Cream Wafers, Peppermint, Wintcrgrccn, Orange and Chocolate Butter Cream Diamond Pyramids, Chestnuts, C. C. Bon Bons, Crean Dates, Cream and Burnt peanuts, Starlight Kisses, Peach S'o.ie Lemon, Cinnamon and Hoarhound Drops, Peppermint and Wintci grcen Lozenges. We give about double the amount of penny candy usually givci, for a penny. China Department the largest stock in the city. 100 piece Im ported China Dinner Set at S 19.00, worth S25.00. 100 piece Import ed. China Dinner Set at S21.9S, worth S2S.00. Some of the Articles We Sell for 10 Cents. 13-pcg hat-racks, large bath towel, large vase, decorated china plate, decorated cup and saucer, steel purse, 120 sheets of note pa per, silk dress shields, bottle cologne, bay rum, lantern, eather pho to frame, saw, hatchet, curtain pole complete, wire hair brush and 100 different articles of jewelry. Some of the Articles We Sell for 5 Cents. Gfis mantle, 25 square envelopes, noiseless slate, 7-peg hat-rack, large red handkerchief, box Talcum powder, tooth brush. 24 sheet note paper, large glass dish, large chamois, large sponge, large tab let and pencil, one pair dress shields, box 146 chalk crayons anc many other bargains, ' ' ' '" ' ' " . 1 ... 1 1- 1 i. .i 1 1 ,i ... .--I... 1 Blankets, a pair, 39c, 40c, 65c, 85c and Si.oo. Don't miss seeing our Novelty Department for Bargains. Our Motto: "The most goods for the least money.'' (THREE 169-171 Front Street. Toledo, Ohio. Mdnufactyrers pf and dealers in Oil and .Gas Well Supplies, Boilers, Engines, Cordage and Pipe. Branch stores in all oil fields. Long Distance 'Phone 237. Store esund Warehouse, NO. 134 SECOND STREET, MARIETTA, OHIO. Itclilno and Burning. Eczema, Tetter, Piles, No Cure. No I'ay, Iloro-Carbol Salve absorbs the tu itiqrs, allays the Itching at once. Acts 1 Ho a poultice, and gives Instant ro ller. Uoro-Carbol Salvo Is the- only rpmeijy (or Eczema, Tetter, and Piles. Fold on a positive guarantee No Cure, No ray. Price 25 cents per box. Ft"1 fale by the Klrby Drug Company, (0) Subscribe for the Tgn cen,ts a wel$, Daily Leader. Surprises AT - STOHIES) Macriettac. Ohio. Pittsburg, Feu ' Don't Fornct Tills. There is no preparation equal to Bitnsen's Tar Honey. It will cure a Cough or Cold when all other remedies have tailed. Hansen's Pine Tnr Coush Honey Is tho only Cough remedy sold on a positive guarantee. No Cure, No Pay. Price 25 rind 50 centR. For salo by tho Klrby Drug Company. (C) , Subscrlbo for tho Ten cents a Yep)$, Dally Leader, KILLED While Loading Cars at Frazeys burg, Ohio. Special lo tho Lcadrr. Frazcy&burg, 0., Sept. 23. John Mc Qladc, Jr., was fatally injured about 8:30 this mornhig and died at 11:30 a.m. Ho had been working at tho peach exchange, nsslstlng In 'loading tho cars. At tho flmo tho necident occurred they wero shifting car pre paratory to Icelng for their. Saturday shipment. A number of men and' boys wero behind tho enrs pushing, whllo John stepped in front saying ho would make a coupling. His foot slipped and tho wheel ran up onto him hdr rlbly mangling both legs. Surgeons wero called from Newark and Zancs vlllo to assist tho doctors here, but beforo anything could bo dono tho brittle thread of life had been severed. Ho had frequently bo warned to bo :noro careful, or better still to keep away from tho cars entirely and not moro than two or three minutes be foro the accident occurred two men had Insisted that ho get entirely away lest some accident did befall him. Tho conclusion of all present at tho tlmo was to tho effect that no blamo could attach to any but himself. Tho deceased was fifteen years of ago and loaves a father, two 'sister and threo brothers. SEVENTH NationalOfficers are Placed Under Heavy Bond, By Associated Press. New York, Sept. 23. Former Presi dent William H. Kimball, of the failed Seventh National Bank, of this city, Gamaliel S. Rosefl paying toll er of tho bank, Frank B. Poor, junior member of tho defunct firm of Hen ry Marquand and Company, bahk crs and brokers of this City, were ar raigned beforo Judge Adams in tho United States Court today on indict ments found against them in connec tion with the failure of the Seventh National Bank. Assistant United States District At torney Baldwin said there were three indictments. Tho first is against W. H. Kim ball and Frank 'B. Poor, for conspir acy against tho United States, under section 440 revised statutes. Tho second indictment is against Kim ball and Gamaliel S. Rose for unlaw ful certification of the checks of Hen ry Marquand and Company. The third Indictment Is against Kimball, Individually, as president of tho bank, for receiving fictitious obligations Baldwin asked that .Poor's ball be $10,000, Rose's $5,000 and Kimball's ?2O,C00. Judge Adams so fixed the ball. Tho ball bonds wero signed and the prisoners released. BOTHER Of Czolgosz Given a Thorough Examination. By Associated Press. Cleveland, O., Sept. 23. Chief of Police Corner today gave Waldeck Czolgosz, a brother of tho assassin of President McKinley, a thorough exami nation. Much was learned that may be of valtfe in tho development of tho supposed anarchist plot that resulted In tho assassination. Waldeck adhered to tho statement ho made yesterday that ho had not seen his brother slncehe wont away from tho farm, beforo tho middle of July, although tho neighbor ing faimer, John D. Knox, says ho saw tho assassin near tho farm not more than five weeks ago. Waldeck stated that he was going to Buffalo to morrow to sco his brother. class Factories of Indiana will Re 4 sume Work Soon, By Associated Press. Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 23. Thoro promises to bo general resumption of work among window glass makers, not in tho two trust3, within the next few days. Many factories havo already started and It Is estimated that by tho end of this week fifteen per cent, of the factories that will operate this season will be running. Tho National Jobbers Association mado another futllo effort to get tho manufacturers ousldo the trusts to wait until October lijth td start, and a boycott of glass manufac turcra.by firms now operating Is threatened. This would affect .about a dozen factories In tho' Indiana "gas bolt and it lu not probablo that a boycott can bo effective. McKinley Alonument. By Associated Press, Clovcland, O;, Scpti 23. Tho initial steps 'wero taken hero today towards thc.erectlpn.at Canton,' through pop ular subscription, of a fitting and' mag nificent monument, to the memory of tho lato President Willlpm McKinley. At a conference attended by Senator Hanna, Judgo Day and Colonel Myron T. Horrlck, this afternooii It was de cided to at once organize a committee national in its scope, to tako charge of the work. . Pho organization will ho. chartered under tho laws of Ohio and will prob ably bo known as tho "McKInley loy Memorial Association." If is proposed to locate tho headquarters of tho, commission-in this-city. It is belioved thnt'eongress will a tho com ing session mako a liberal appropria tion to assist towards tho erection of n monument. German Baptists. By Associated Press. Detroit, Sept. 23. At tho Central Gorman Baptist Conference, Rev. H. Zwlck, of Dayton, and Rev. G. Mcn glc, of Detroit, wero elected members of tho missionary board to servo threo years. Rv. J. Moehlmann, of Detroit, was elected secrotary of tho Confer ence. Peoria was selected as tho place lor tho next Conference In 1002. Tho Women's Missionary Union Conference elected President, Mrs. H. Zwick, of Dayton, secretary and treas ure, -Mrs. William Kruger, of Kanka kee, 111. Mrs. McKinley Improves. By Associated Press. Canton, O.,- Sept. 23. For tho third day In succession Mrs. McKlnlcy took two drives today. Tho first ono was to the cemetery, where she and Mrs. Barber and Dr. Rixoy again' entered the vault to look at tho casket. The afternoon rldo was a long one on country roads. Mrs. McKinley seem ed to tako moro Interest' In the af fairs of tho house today. Head End Collision. By Associated Press.' . ! t Lima, O.,. Sept. 23. There, was a head-end collslon between a ( , freight aiulva' -passenger train of the Detroit Southern R, R, at Columbus Grove, near hero, " this mornj.rig. Engineer Patrick Bruin ,and. firepan Rook, of tho passenger train, ar.dJohn Reid baggagemaster were seriously injured. None of tho passengers wero seriously hurt. Both engl'Acd arid a 'number of cars wero wrecked. Mo'rt Merrysieid. Tho death of Mort 'Merrysieid occur red at tho Grace'Hospltal last night at about midnight. The man had been seriously ill frpm typhoid fever, -having taken 111 about six weeks, ago. His father, who lives near Cleveland, was with him when the end caine. Ho was, 29 years of age. The remains were re moved to Dqudna's undertaking estab lishment and prepared for, burial. President Roosevelt. By Associated Press. Washington, D. C, Sept.. 23. Presi dent Roosevelt this evening again went for a horseback ride into the sub. urbs of the city. He was unaccompa nied and was gdno about two hours. Tho evening was spent very quietly at the White House. Prominent Man Dead. By Associated Press. Philadelphia, Sept. 23. Tho vener able Frederick Prale'y, President of tho National Board .of Ttrado for 33 yoais, died hero of general debility. He was 97 years of ago and ono of Philadelphia's leading citizens for tho past sixty years. NDelmar. By Associated Press. St. Louis, Mo,. Sept. 23. Three fav orites, won. Tho track was fast.. Ono mile. Ellis, first; Mandamus, second; Moonite, third. Time 1:43. Six furlongs. Soudly, first; Orleans, second; Deloralne, third. Time 1:14 Klvo and one-half furlongs. Davo Sommers, first; Jordan, second; Rose of Red, third. Time 1:08. Six furlongs. Kindred, first; Kazo, second; Attelle, third, Time 1:14, Ono mtlo. Dpblasso, first;' Orlandlrio, second; Omela, third. Time 1:43. Milo and one-eighth. Menace, first; Miss Thersa, second; Schnell Laufer third. Tlmo 1:65. Oakley. By Associated Press . Cincinnati, O., Sepf. 23. Tho sport of the Grand Circuit at Oakley, today wan tame. In tho 2:23 trot Roberta won tho two first heats, finished seventh in tho third and was distanced In the fourth. Commercial Tribune Cup Race, for Local Trottsrs and Pacers. Woxtell, first; Wlluoette, 6econ4; Snowball. ' Ono new Ladies' Bicycle, $1&TJ6 a ' , " '' '4'! Ten New Gent's Bicycles:' $15j00.' to $46.00: 'old from 825.00Uo-$60. y : ) l'A& ;. " V -$k? J Twelve Ice Cream: .Freezers, : ;- ,vVV 7 'iv)-W rf" Six Porcelain-lined Water GomWMr Fifteon Hammocks. ' " '" V-; ffoVlwfe Twelve Lawn Mowers'. v-' r Sr&$M$ We will sell the above goods at almost ''pnyViriQowo clean tip 'our stock. '' ;Vv;'Tv Opp. Union Depot. On the West Side : At the YOU Will find '&. first-class Hardwarp Store the; .best' ready for. use paints Kef rigerators that refrigerate-- n Kitchen necessities in tin, enamel, porcelain and stedK We make a specialty. of tin 'work'.' and ; job bing. 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