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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 29 June 1897

MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. VOL. III. NO. 15S MARIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY, JUXE 20, 1S9T. PBICE ONE CENT if WABASH WRECK The Remains of the Seven Vic tims Shipped to St. Louis. Of the Nineteen Others Injured Not One is in a Critical Condition. A llrave I'annit'l Unsuccesful Effort to King the Train Near. y Onf-IUlf tbo Mall on tbo Train Lotk or Destroyed Clearing Avy the Wreck. ItANSAS City, Mo., June 28. Seven coflius were forwarded to St Louis Sunday from Missouri City. They con tained tho remains of victims of Sat urduy night's wreck on tho Wabash road. A correct list of the dead is us follows: V. S. Mills, postal cleric; O. M. Smith, postal clerk; Gustavo A famlth, postal clerU; Charles Winters, postal clerk; F. W. Brink, postal clerk; l',dward Grindrod, baggageman; Chas 1 Grcasloy, braUcuau; all of St. Louis. 'J ho conductor of the train, G. C. Copeland, of St.- Louis, ".vlio was re ported baturday night among the dead, is still alive, lie was removed Sun day morniug to the railroadhosp...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 29 June 1897

r m -MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLKIIKD 1S91. GEORGE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LA.NSLEY, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE, Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muahlngum Avenue. Telephone No. 3. Wo will consider It a groat favor il subscribers will report any failure to uettholr Loader, or any careless ness on tho part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay tho carriers unless tho carr or punchoshlBcrodlttoBln subscrib er's prosonco. TUESDAY. JUNE 29, IO07 HErUlJICAN TICKET. For "tate Senator Oth-llth District. .JOHN II. RILEY, of WahliiKton. CHARLES A. CAD LB ot Athens. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOB REPRESENTATIVE. i. -.,,... t .m Ua n. pindlrtatd for renomlnatlon for Representative of ashinf,; ton County 6UDjeci 10 inu "'",uv .ini-V ;-' Convention. W. II McOllx. EDlTon Leadeii: Win you announce tho undersigned as a candidate or Representative fiom Washlncton County, subject to the will ot the Itepuoncan coaniy wuu.cuwwu. Qu.E . ..,.., irmrn. PiMs announce that in com...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 29 June 1897

f- 1 X It's About Over. Wo moan spring trade. Wo have had an unusual trade during tho present sea son, and now, to wind up the season in i blazo of glory, we propose to make some surprises for you throughout our largo stock. Some sty lish shoes will bo sold at lower prices than ever before offered. Get in lino and look us over. ) si fit 159 ($lF (fuA ira e!5 Cf t&"T-i37 Cur Light Weight Roadsters are built as clean and look as sleek as a thorough bred race horse. Xot an ounce of sup erllous metal where It can be spared, but not un atom spared where strength is needed. Plush joints, oil tempered thoroughly- tested steel tub ing and altogether a strong, sturdy, gracefnl bicycle that is as bolid as a rock. BIG FOUR CYCLE CO., I IO Front Stroot. - - Warmer Weo ther leads to thoughts of cooler clothing1. "We have a splendid line of very swell series, crashes. Drop Date, etc., in all colors. Could not bo duplicated for more than one-third more than we are askinc, and for ap pe trance,...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 29 June 1897

' " M fc :'i Always Fni 26 Departments, Each a complete store in itself. All busy busy buylnp, busy sell ing. Always ngpresslve. Con stantly improving and growing, ltetter meriting your trade and getting mora of it. l?y your liberal support you have enabled us to come more nearly than ever to the Metropolitan Store in size and vari ety. Wo often do better for you in prices, but we are always pushing for more trade by igiving extra in ducements. HERB AKE SOME: Ouu lot of Parasols Mack, White, Green, Urocade etc., at only S1.00 each, regular 2.00 and 2.50 goods. No. V0 Taffeta lUbbons at 10c a yd. You buy thorn elsewhere at SO and tOcts. Laces in fine val.'s at 12c, 25c and 33c u piece of 12 yds. He ndkercliief s The Uest Handkerchiefs for 10c, 12Kc and 15c, offered anywhere find hemstitched and embroidered. Fans, ribbons, silk mitts and gloves at special pi ices this week. China and Japan Straw Mattings at 12Kc, 15e, ISc to 23c yd. CLOTHING For Men, ' ISoys and Children at Special Lo...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 June 1897

It MARIETTA DAILY LEAD! VOIi. III. NO. 159 MARIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT 4 STEAMER ADEN Wrecked on a Reef Near Soco tra During a Gale. Several of Her Officers and Crew Swept Overboard and Drowned. A lloat Full of bUllors and Passengers Got Aituj- From the HluUIn Ship The Vessel Haa Mot lleen Heard From, aiid it la lVured All Aru Dead. London, Juno 29. The missing steamer Aclcu has at last been heard from. Sho was wrecked Juno 0 on a reef near Socotra during a torriflo gale. A number of her officers and crew were swept overboard and downed. Eight passengers were also drowned. A bout lull of sailors and passengers got away from the bhip successfully on the morning of Juno 10 as the vessel was going to piece. 'Ihe gale, however, wns unabated and the bcas were still running mountain high. Tno boat has not been he aid irom, ami it is feared all who sought sa.ety in her perished. Socotra is an island In the Indian ocean, off the east coast of Africa. A later dis...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 June 1897

ffBMKl VH,Wwr TP5"rw "T!WF,P)IBV T?fWT" ;Tftr"" r 3r3E-&JXi t CLEARING SALE, V''V&'''t!''''''''r,'' 'VyVV'V'VV' WWWlWI- 3 3 COfiriENCINQ 2B 3E 1 Y. v ir 7 jTOi"1 ''" HiipPlPWPfPIW SR MI-ANNUAL Thur 5a 1 3. H m; Mr Iff! I i?f. L'-U ? ft P h r RTII s w t We have cut prices of seasonable goods in all departments. Ail surplus stock and broken lots of goods must be sold during this sale. Many of them are offered at less than manufacturer's cost. We propose to make this the greatest CLEARING SALE ever held in this city. Look over the following list and COMPARE WITH PRICES ELSEWHERE. :WA8H GOODS; Organdies, Lawns, Dimities, light and dark style?, including black and whites; former price 10 and j Dress Ginghams in plaids and stripes, worth S and 10 cents. 12 cents. Your choice now S cents per yard. Your choice now 5 centu per yard. Tissue Brode and Grenadines, lfcht and dark styles; sold all season at 25 cents. I Remnants of Wash Goods including all grades of goods from 10 to 25 cen...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 June 1897

IK IDEA! PEOPLE'S PALACE. Abram Howltt ToUs How a Rich Man Might Do Groat Good. rctcr Cooper's IMnnii Blodlllcd llrtt- lnh itnd Aiucrlcnit Type of Worlc- lURiiicn'n Instltntcs Compared The Worlc of ilio Y. HI. 0. A. Copyright, 1SD7. What la the Ideal People's palace? Depend upon It, a good many rich men are thinking about the answer to this problem. There is something more than a coin cidence in the recent building of such great establishments as the Auchmuty schools in New York, the Pratt insti tute in Brooklyn and the Armour insti tute in Chicago. Men of wealth who realize their responsibilities arc provid ing many American cities, niuleeA 'towns of moderate size, with splendid .institutions, wherein instruction and amusement are provided In varying pro portions for all who wish. And there are others ready to follow the example. There is no one better qualified to an swer the query than ex-Mayor and ex Congressman Abram S. Hewitt, of New 'York, who, ns the son-in-law of Peter Coop...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 June 1897

" Uv ) IP i H 1 r i iti Wf ' n ! r I I E-t it :? ri ( v JT ut. ;i if l'J 3' m ac I'fe I: KV ft MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESIABUSIllD 1MU GEORGE M. COOKE, JOHN W. I.ANSLBY, EDITOR. ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, nt the Leader Dulldlng, PutnAta Street and Musltlngutu Avenue. Telephone No. 3. Wo will consider It a groat tavor If subscribers will report any tailuro to ot their Lender, or any caroiess ness on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will ploaso not pay tho carriers unloao thn carrier punchos his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1897 KKrUHMCAN TICKET. For State Senttor lUh-lltU District. JOHN II. RILEY. Wftrtliwtnn. CHARLES A. CABLE, ot Allien-.. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Editor Lkadfk! I will be a candiaatn for renomlnatlon for Krpievmutlve of Washing SStSSSit" subject to the will. of tl.e Louuty Convention. w " mcoiu. Editoii Leadeh: Will you announce the underMKued ns a candidate lor .1'? entail je Horn Washington County, subjec...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 June 1897

It's About Oyer. We mean spring trade. We hnvo had an Unusual trade during llio present sea son, and now, to wind Up the season in a blaze of glory, wo propose to make some surprises for you throughout our largo stock. Some sty lish Bhoes will be told at lower prices than ever before offered. Get in line and look us over. 159 Han 1 nw Tffrfo? i Ci6NTiaj7 Our Light Weight Roadsters are built ns clean and look as sleek as a thorough bred race horse. Not un ounce of sun erllous metal where It can be spared, but not an atom spared where strength is needed. Flush joints, oil leraperea tnorougnty tested steel tub ing and altogether a strontr. sturdv. gracefnl bicycle that is as solid as a rocK. BIG FOUR CYCLE CO., I 19 Front Stroot. Warmer Weather lends to thoughts of cooler clothing. We have a -splendid line of very swell serges, crashes, Drop Dete, etc., in all colors. Could not be duplicated for more than one-third more than we are asking, and for ap pearance, make and durability these...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 June 1897

la V) SV9 a!el fit m B is- if w ft if' f! :ffiF- in w ii' ;l II M " p . $ i ? sp f , r f k ! ' ! FM' rit MENACE TEE NATIONS. JTho Incredible Abuses Whlob. Pre vail at the Goal of tho Pilgrima SecUInK Heai en, rinilliiR Denth Asi atic Iilcnit of Qunrniitlue Euro pean UlIlclnlM llclplcs Aenlmit . , Moslem rnmitlclHin. Copj right, 1S07. Every year, at tho time of tho great annual pilgrimage, to Mecca, which is now in progress, there is to be seen ,tho niost extraoidlnnry collection of jpoor zealots who have como on foot from distant homes, begging their food by the way, and who mny bo a j ear or two on the journey. The poor tramp piny "drill" from Morocco all the way - -X .1 (J..!..,. 1.A .... n.nn j ucruss Aurwicni iiiut-t, oi jiuxii, wiuu irom Persia or British India by parched U and barren desert routes, eating tiauy n. handful of dates or rice. If a grade or two less abjectly poor, the pilgrim will have a camel, which doesn't better matters in Mecca, from a sanitary point of view. ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 June 1897

OVER COUNTRY ESTATES. Housoa of tho Wealthy Olasaoa of This Country. Some of Them Are Vnut Modern Mnn- un-Fcn of Tlicae Entntcs Pay Theodore Ilnvcmcycr'd School for Farmer. Copyright, 1837. America Is rapidly producing a leis ure class like tlmt of England. It used to bo said that vc had no leisure class "except tramps" but that condition lias passed, as one may know from the increasing number of vast country es tates, where our rich families live in something like feudal grandeur and maintain little armies of retainers. Westchester county, Long island, and parts of New Jersey contain most of the great country estates of New Yorkers. English country life as it was In the Georgian era is reproduced at these places, but on n more splendid scale. Virginia, in the days of Elizabeth, Anne JOHN' D. ROCKEFELLER'S or William and Mary, never conducted her famous country estates with half the lavishness that characterizes these modern manors of the New York rich. Servants arc more expensive, ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 June 1897

IP?" i i y u t: Ik Always Pislt 26 Departments, Each a complete store in itself. All busy busy buying, busy sell ing. Always aggressive. Con stantly improving and growing. Hetter meriting your trade and getting more of it. 15y your liberal support you have enabled us to come more nearly than evor to the Metropolitan Store in size and varl uty. We often do better for you in prices, but we are always pushing for more trade by giving extra in ducements. HERE ARE SOME: One lot of Parasols Made, White, Ciroen, llrocade etc., at only $1.00 each, regular JU.OJ and $2.r.O goods. No. 50 Taffeta llibbons at l'Jc a yd. You buy them elsewhere at 00 and 40cts. Laces in fine val.'s at 12c, 23c and 5c a piece of 12 yds. Handkerchiefs The Host Handkerchiefs for 10c, 12Kc and 15c, offered anywhere find hemstitched and embroidered. Fans, ribbons, silk mitts and gloves at special prices this week. China and Japan Straw Mattings at 12Jc, 15c, ISc to 2oc yd. CLOTHING For Men, Jlioys and Children at Spec...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 1 July 1897

MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. VOL. III. NO. 1G0 MARIETTA, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1S97. PRICE ONE CENT IDENTIFIED. A Prospect That the East River Mystery May Be Solved. The Ripper's Victim Believed to Bo Wm. Guldensuppe, of New York. A Woman Who Onon Loved This aiin, tinted Jllm Two Men JaalotK of lllm Tlirentenud Unvunffe The Womsii In Under 1'oIIch Survcllluucr. Nr.w Yoint, Juric SO. An identlflca tlon that scums to promise a clearing tip of t!iu Kipper mystery is that the murdered man, two parts of whose body were found, was William Gulden suppe, an attendant at tho Murray Hill baths, oa Forty-second street, fcevcral persons have so far identified the remains as his. A woman, who once loved this man, hated him. Two men 'were jealous of him, and had threatened him with revenge. The positive identification is made by tho Mipermtendentof the baths and live attendants who had seen the man naked day after day for years, and knuw every mark on him. Ue was further identified by Dr. .1. S. Cosb...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 1 July 1897

V l w v- Ife If"' i? I r 4s f I fi, v m X. II MARIETTA DAILY LEADER rSAA-"1 - nunnnv. M. COOKE, EDITOIl, JOHN W. LANSLBY, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Futnam Street and MuBklngum Avenue. No. TELKrHONE Wovylll consider It a groat favor If subscribers will report any failure to KOt their Leader, or any careless ness on tho part of the carrier- Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unloss thn carr or punchos his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. THURSDAY. JULY I. 1097 lturuntiic.vN ticket. For tMe Senator Oth-Ulh Dl-tdct . JOHN H. lit LEY. ot Washington. CHARLES A. OAULE. ot Athens. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOU ItEPIlESENTATlVn. Editor Lcadeh: I will be a c andldate for renominatlon for Rcpi ?nlJ.lv,ef 'hi I ) mr 1 ton county subject to tho will ; bl tb Um ntj Convention. " mcuii.u Editoii Leadeh: Will you nnnounco the undersigned as a candidate tor Kevreheiitatiye from WashlnKton county, subject to the will of the Republican cu amy convention....

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 1 July 1897

Snltflf; It's About Over.- We mean spring trade. We have liad an unusual trade during tho present sea son, and now, to wind up (lie season in a blaze of glory, wo propose to make some surprises for you throughout our large slock, borne sty lish shoes will bo sold at lower prices than ever before offered. Get in line and look us over. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER THURSDAY, JULY I, IB07 STRUCK BY A CYCLONE. 0 159 . II Will lllM "TJ- cr&"T'57 Cur j-iglit Weigh Hcadatei'3 n ro built ns clean anil look ns sleek ns n thorough bred nice horse. Not mi iiuuuu of Mtp orllous metal whciii it tan Iji) spared, but not an tiloin spaied whclu strength is needed. Flush joints, oil tempered thoroughly tested' steel tub ing mid altogether :i strong, sluidy, graceful bicycle that is as solid us u route. BIG FOUR CYC1.5 CO., I 19 Front Street. . ras mv SW nu.f; 1 1 Tliu Steamer Arcmd lias n I'enlmiH Trip at Night. The steamer Argnnd, the Wheeling Parkersburg packet, had a perilous trip ou her way down Tue...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 1 July 1897

. wis Fiuni 26 Departments, Each a. complete store in itself All busy busy buying, busy sell S ing. Always aggressive. Con stantly improving anil growing. Uetter meriting your trade ami getting more of it. 15y your liberal support you have enabled us to come more nearly than ever to the Metropolitan Store in size and vari ety. We often do better for you in prices, but we are always pushing for more trade by giving extva-in-dncements. HERE ARE SOME: One lot o Parasols Black, White, Green, Ilroeade etc. at only 81.00 each, ragular $2.00 and 82.50 goods. No. tiO Taffeta Ribbons at 10c a yd. You buy them elsewhere at SO and 40cts. Laces in fine val.'s at 12c, 23c and 35c a piece of 12 yds. Handkerchiefs The Best Handkerchiefs for 10c, 12Jc and 15c, offered anywhere find hemstitched and embroidered. Fans, ribbons, silk mitts and gloves at special prices this week. China and Japan Straw Mattings at 12Kc, 15c, ISc to 25c yd. CLOTHING Tor Men, Hoys and Children at Special Low Prices this we...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 2 July 1897

MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. savor.. III. NO. 1G1 MARIETTA, OHIO, FBI DAY, JULY 2, 1897. P1UCE ONE CENT BIG FRANCHISE. The Latest Street Railway Com bine at Ctiicago. Moro Than 200 Miles of Road to Be Built in Cook County. New Conijutiy In Capltallzod for 810,000,- GOUOuu Project to lie Curried luto i:itct Will llo tliu llnulhic of Freight After 0 p. id. Cihcaoo, July 1. An ordinance em powering the Metropolitan Iractlon Co. to build more than 200 miles of street railroads in Cook county ha9 been passed by the county board. The roads over which the franchise ex tends cover every point in Cook county outside of the city of Chicago, where it is now or is ever likely to become desirable to build a street railway line. It is said the way has thus been paved for a gigantic combination of the street railways of Chicago, with evety suburban line now in existence and others to be built by the new com pany. One project to be carried into etl'ect by the company will bj the car rying of fndght from ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 2 July 1897

JJ- SJ CI f 5 I r? K f 3 :l P I w -) MARIETTA DAILY LEADER JCjOIAUUIU"' - mtniint! M. COOKE, EDITOR, JOUN W. LA.NSLEY, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the leader uuuaing, i-umui ,,o- - MuBklngum Avenue. Ko. 3. TKLKrUOJJE ... ...i.i i.j. if ft Drnnt favor If WO Will liOPloiu"' .- subscribers will report anv ta luro to ot tholr Leader, or any careless ness on the part of tho carrlor. Subscribers will ploaso not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. , FRIDAY. JULY 2. IB07 KEI'OHLICAN TICKIIT. Far Governor. AsA S llUSHNELli. For Lieutenant Governor, ASA W .lOSES. For JudEB of Ibe -upreme Court, JACOB liUKKEfT. For Attorney Uenfi M. FRANK. MUNNBrT. For Treasurer. , T SAMUEL CAM PBKI.U For School Commissioner, L D. UONEHKAKE. For Member of Brmrd of Public W trite. C. A. GODDAKU. , For "tate Senator '.un-HtS i District. .JOHN II. RILEY, of Washington. CHARLES A. CABLE of Athens. ANNOUNCEMENTS. roll REPIIESESTAT1VK. pniTnaT fa...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 2 July 1897

9 It's About Over. Wo mean spring trade. Wo have had an unusual trade during tho present sea son, and now, to wind up the season in a blaze of glory, wo propose to make some surprises lor you throughout our large stock. Somo sty lish shoes will be sold at lower prices than ever before offered. Get in line and look us over. 0 ..TOW, 3 .i't 159 Discussions By The Wayside cannot help j ou to a proper selection of ii bicycle best titled for your particular needs. Different riders have different fads and prejudices and the only person compet ent to srive advice i- the unbiassed dea ler. We will sell you only what you want or teil you why we cannot suit you. BIC FOUR CYCLE CO , I 19 Front Streot. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1807 ' GAME STOPPED At the ttuil of th'3 Third Inning bj Until Tliurmlny. Tho Mnrietta-Zanesvlllc game of baso ball Thursday afternoon opened up for a close and interesting contest, but was htopned at the end of the third inn ng by a heavy downpour of rain. T...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 2 July 1897

w?sm t- ' Ml II , "" . - - - . ,. - -HI "' I II I 111 , , 1 tk f xi I ; - .. I 'I ill! Pill 26 Departments, Each a complete store in itself. All busy busy buying, busy sell ing. Always aggressive. Con stantly improving and growing. ISettcr meriting your trade and getting more of it. Hy your liberal bupport you have enabled us to come more nearly tlian ever to the Metropolitan Store in fai.e and vari ety. We often do better for you in prices, but we aro always pushing for more trade by iglvlng extra in ducements. HERE ARE SOME: "nelot of 1'arasols Mack, White, lireen, lirocade ete., at only 51.00 each, regular $2.09 and S2.M goods. No. 50 Taffeta Ribbons at 10c a yd. You buy them elsewhere- at SO and lOzti. Laces in flno val.'s at 12c, 23c and Mc a piece of 12 yds. Handkerchiefs The Best Handkerchiefs lor 10c, 12Kc and Ijc, offered anywhere iind hemstitched and ombroidereU. Tans, ribbons, silk mitts and gloves at special prices this week. China and Japan Straw Mattings at 12e, 15e, I...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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