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Removed Catarrh, Restored Appetite.
MrJoseph II. Oonlan, 487 7th Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:
"I sutforcd from catnrrh which
: weakened my cntlro system.
1 "i am now cureu miu encoruu in spirits, an inroiign me agency oi i-oiu-
na, which has cured mo offoctuully and restored my appetite.
"Aiy oniy rcgroi is mat i uui not
avoided all my previous sufTerlng and
Torpid Liver, Stomach Trouble.
Mr. James O'llyrno, GLf) Madison St.,
Topoka, Kas., conductor Hanto Fe Rail
way and mombor Order of Hallway Con
'I Buffered wltlj a torpid liver and
tomach trouble, which mado my com
plexion very sallow, and I felt misera
ble and tired all tlio tlino.
"An aunt wrote mo that sho was tak
ing X'oruna with uuch good results that
ho advised mo to try It, and I finally
lought a bottlo, although I. disliked to
toko patont medicines.
"However, 1 found I'orunn vory ngroo
bio to take, and effective, an I felt hot
ter In a woolc I took only flvo bottles
in all and I found that was all I neoded,
"I am most grateful to you for what
your modlclno lias dono for mo."
Dysentery Entirely Relieved.
Mr. W. N, Casey, Leamington, III.,
"In two wooks aftor beginning your
treatment I was well. 1 used lit no hot-
UNIVERSITY PROFE880R WEDS
Tuscola, 111., April 7 Tho wedding
of Miss Ann Cstollu Ctuawny mid Dr.
fume a Tnft Until old, piofcssor of
Qormuu literature at Northwestern
Unlveislty, took place this morning at
tho homo of tho Initio's mothur, Mrs.
II. T. Caraway, In this city. Immed
iately aftor tho ceremony I'rofosaor
Hut Held and IiIh bildo left for Now
York and on Satuiday they will Hail
for Km ope.
Eggs 22c. Hutter 30c
Mr. Wiiltoi Alcott of Woatorvillo
pout Tliurmln In Mt. Vornon, nt
tondlng to some matters of business.
Mr. Itulph llonloy is conllned to Ida
tomu on West Chestnut street by n
revere attack of gilp,
Come! Cornel Attend tho admin
Utrator alo for bargulnn at Hack
Tfitnlturo atoro, Woat Gambler fit. tt
Mr. John Slnulfer Is-conflned to bin
room on East Cliostttut street by n
severe uttitrk of tho gilp
Mr. unil Mrs i'orcy Mulo of Sliiiinn,
Pa., tiro tho giiosta of Mr. and Mni.
lllury Lurio of Kant Vino street.
IIIgliiiHt pileoH p.ild' for for lli-st-cilnss
butli'i Mnor & I.nmblotto.
llotli 'phones IlOtl 8. Main nil cot.
Miss Alice lowing, who underwent an
operation In u Cincinnati hospital
somo wooks mIiicu, will lotuin homo
Mr. It, II. Hyntt Ik elieulatlng a po
'tltlou to admit hlm to tlio primary as
si candidate for tho nomination for lu
minary director on the Hopubllcan
Tho first, second ami tbiid degrees
Tworo conf unoil on a cIubh of candldat
vs at tho rogulur mootliiK of Mt. Ver
non lodgo No. 20, I O. 0. P. Wednos
Cotnol Comol Attend tho ndmtn
iUrtor dale for bargain at Dnck'i
HurnUuM torv Went (lamblor at tf
Mr Thomaa Clark Ima returned
Ho Mt. Vornon to roaumo his work
la tho gau Holds In tbla vicinity, aftor
Bovoral days' vIbU with bin parontH
Cut rntoa on all watch ropalrlng.
tMJn spring, 7Co; cleaning, 7Ccj crys
tali, lCc; JowelB, 2Co to 75o. Work
Iguarantoed 1 yoar. Owona, coraor
Wain and (Jamblor atreotn up atalra.
While Jon are iilaunlng your
Iprlng houao cleaning call in at Ar
tiold'a audj talk it ovor about tho wall
Vapor, carpets and ruga, It coats you
iotblug and thoy are alwnya ready
to ahow you, and to furnish esthnutos
for tho cost. Now Ideaa auggoatcd
(hat add much to tho furnishing of
"Jiouwo and little or nothing la tho cost.
PJ'.RUNA rarely falls to restore th
npputite. Immcdlntoly upon begin
ning the use of X'oruna pattontn begin
to oataud digest. This Id the universal
tcstlinony( coming from nil parts of tli
Catarrh Is a very froquont causo of
loss of appotlto and disturbed digestion
Tlio beneficial influenco of I'orunn ou
catarrh completely restores tlio appo
tlto In such casus.
To prod tlio dlgcstlvo organs wltb
medicines that are moroly stimulants U
a poor way to remedy such cases.
"lam now cuted and cheer
ful in spirits, all though the
agency of Peruna, which has
cured 'me effectually and 'restored
"My only regret is that I did
not use Peruna sooner and 1
would have avoided all my pre
vious suffering and misery :"
Mr. Joseph II. Contan.
completely destroyed my appotlto and
uso 1'oruna sooner anu i wouui naro
ties of lVruna. My caso was bowel
trouble or dysentery.
"I also tried I'eruna for a cough, ac
cording todlrcctlous, and i t exceeds any
cough syyup I over ueil,
"I wish every one lUIUoted would give
Pc-ru-nn us a Tonic.
dipt. II. I). Smith, Oroonsboro, G&.,
"Aftor using several bottles of I'eru
na I can recommend it iih one of the best
catarrh medicines on tlio markot. As a
tonic It has no equal.
"I'eruna is all that is claimed for it."
Catarrh of Stomach.
Mr. Houry Nocly, First Lieutenant,
Co. "IV 80th lloglmont, O. V. I., Uox
023, Trenton, Mo., wiltes: "1 suffoicd
for years with catarrh of the stomach.
Seeing an advertisement of I'eruna, I
bought a bottluand every dose mado me
feel belter. Seven bottles completely
Mr. and Mrs. John Kano nnd family
returned to their homo In Mllleraburg
Thuisday morning after a abort visit
with relatlvoa In Mt. Vornon,
Somo of tho advantages to bo found
at Arnold'a wall paper department:
1st. Lai go ningo of assortment in
now patlorna inaurlng for you'pat
toniB Just miltublo. and. High char
acter of tho designs and tpmllty In
suring for you good decoratlvo effects.
Hid. Conspicuous lowncss of prices.
4th. Privilege of loturnlng any bolts
and getting your money back. Wall
papor Tor 1c per bolt and up at Arnold'a.
, We are very grateful to the people of Mt. Vernon and vicinity for mak
ing it possible to state that this store has enjoyed the best wall paper business
this spring wo have over had. The reason for this is, first, we have tho var
iety; second, wo havo correct dosigns and colors, and third, we buy in large
quantities and are in a position to give you a much lower price.
li "W 1511 P'tlPr This W(ek wo nro l),aeille on sal twenty new put
;S m ir c&yl terns of choice selections. The papers that wo aro
selling for 5c, u'.c, 8c iwul 10c are a wonder to all.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY (Sec our windows,) Sc papers for. 4c
shades aro made of extra heavy cloth and mounted on guaranteed rollers.
See our display.
IflO fi Vt T aro snowu,S tho strongest line of Go-Carts in the ci
VJ.1J tll 13 iyt This week wo place 40 of the now improved Thayer
cart on sale. We have handled this cart in this store for 20 years. "When vou
buy a Thayer cart you have no trouble with the wheels
fl to lie tho best made. When you buy a Thayer cart you buy the lightest and (jj
(ji most compact folding cart made. See our special .$8.00 value for SBOO ih.
I Linoleum &
money. L2 yds wide, per square yard 42C
Before buying matting yrvu want to compare the quality and price of
ours with others. Ask to see tho now Panama matting.
107 South Main Street.
Mr. V. W. Hyntt wont to Columbus
this afternoon to visit with relatives.
1 Pnlnt brushes Co and up. Woolson'a
nov. Lowla of Spartn attended the
funeral of ltov. Joseph Long nt Cen
tcrburg Wednesday nftornoon.
Paints nnd varnlah stnlns 10c. Wool
son's Department store
Mr. John T. Eldor, who hoa been
playing In a theatro orcheatra In At
Innto, Oa,, Is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. V. V. Elder
Pea, bean and corn seed 10c pint.
Woolcon's Department Btore.
About fifty persons from Danvlllo
attondqd tho funeral of Hov. Joseph
Long which was hold at Centcrburg
Step ladders COc , at Woolson's.
Mls.8 lilancho Harker of Mt. Vernon
spont Wednesday In Brnndon, tho
guost of her brother, Mr. William
Carpet boaters 10c, at Woolson's.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pearl of Spar
ta were In Mt. Vcdrnon Thursday af
ternoon to attend tho funoral of Mrs.
1 Pearl's aunt, Mrs. Keller.
Poultry netting and screen wire.
Woolson's Department atoro.
Mrs. Rlnohart underwent an opera
tion for nppondicltlB at tho Mt.Vernon
hospital Thursday morning and la
doing very well.
Garden tools, Woolson'a store.
Mr. J. D., Slier left Thursday noon
for his home In Dollnlro after spend
ing sovcral days In Mt. Vernon, nt
tondlng to somo matters of business.
Mrs. Henry E. Dlnck of Danvlllo
Is spending several days In Mt. Ver
non, the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles
Snow of North Cay street.
A cablegram was received by rela
tives by relatives today announcing
tho snfo arrival of Mrs. A. D. Bunn
of this city on tho steamship, "Can
oplc" at Naples on Wednesday.
Mrs. Ralph Logsdon of Zancsvillo
returned homo Thursday morning nf
tor spending several days with her
slstor, Mrs. G. J. Uollor of North San
Kenneth, tho six-year-old son of Mr.
nnd Mrs. John Stonebrook of Woost
er avenue, la sorloualy 111 at tho
homo of hla parents with a sovoro at
tack of dlphthoria. ,
Mrs. Ellen Whltcsldes has moved
hor apartmenta from the corner of
McArthur nnd Chestnut streets to a
suite of rooms In tho JCImmcr prop
el ty on tho northwest corner of East
High and Gny"atrpct.
Tlio ofllco of 'Squlro II. C. Wood
has boon moved from tho Columbia
building on East High street sto tho
ofllco of L. C. Stllwoll ovor tho Bogar
dus haidwnro storoion tho west side
of tho public square.
Window shndea In all colors and all
sizes and all kinds and mounted In tho
vory beat manner. Whether you want
a lOo bliudo or a bottor grado, a small
shade or a largo one, careful compar
ison will show to you that tho best
placo to buy thorn is at Arnold's.
100 doz. of the
will be placed
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
Mr. Dcb B. Kirk returnrd to New
ark Thursday noon aftor a oovcral
daja' visit with relatives and frlonda
In Mt. Vernon.
Mrs. A. M. Itudd left Thursday
morning for her homo In Chicago af
tor a several days' visit with relatives
In Mt, Vernon.
Mrs. Lorenzo Marshall roturnod to
her homo in Newark Thursday noon
aftor a aoveral days' visit with rela
tlvoa nnd frlonda In Mt. Vernon.
Mlsa Hnttlo Hall loft Thuraday
morning for her home In Battle Crook,
Michigan, after spending aoveral days
with her brother, Professor Hall of
Tho condition of John Davis, who
was struck by a B. & O. train In this
city Tueaday morning, la qulto crit
ical. Tho Injured man 1b unconacloua
a portion of tho time.
WcKCIiarles Gainesly Fall
ing From A Wagon
Charles Gaines of West Walnut
street, who is employed as driver for
the E. I. Secor feed store wagon, met
with a very unfortunate accident
whllo at work about three thirty
o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Mr.
Gaines was making a delivery of a
number of bales of hay and was driv
ing along Coshocton avenue when tho
horso suddenly frightened and started
quickly forward. This motion wna
sufficient to causo ono of tho bales to
slide from tho wagon, taking Mr.
Gnine3 with It. His head was struck
against tho wheel of the wagon and
sovcral sovero lacerations and bruis
es woro sustained. Tho horso was
soon captured and Mr. Gaines drovo
drove quickly to tho ofllco of Dr. F.
L. Slngrey where surgical nttentlon
was rendered. Tho Injured man was
unablo to return to work Thursday
To Tell Name 0! Man Who
' Offered Him $m0
Columbus, O., Apill 7. Itoprescnta-
rtlvo Howard; Pears of Lima refused to
day to name tlio man who offered hlm
a hundred dollars to voto for tho El
son tolephono bill, declaring lip re
gaided the entlro investigation farci
cal. "Why don't you ask a doon
othor members who approached thorn
and get tholr names? ho said, Pears
laid himself open to bo cited for con
best window shades made
on sale Saturday. These
as it is acknowledged x
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
ICl TT-PRir.F. S A I F
A -WW. M. A i
Every Suit in
This spring we bought the largest and most complete line of ladies' suits wo
have ever had. We bought so many that we are greatly overstocked. The al
most unprecedented and continued warm weather has set awry our plans and
hopes to such an extent that we have decided to cut prices to the quick at this
uncommonly early date. You have everything to gain by purchasing now.
The stocks are new, the season is yet early and the prices unequalled. We can
not describe the beauty and variety of these suits but assure you an inspection
will quickly convince you of their exceptional worth and merit.
Foulards will be widely
worn this year. We have
a large selection of styles
aud colors including the
celebrated Cheney Bros,
spot proof and shower
proof. These goods are
excellent for service and
75c to $1.25 a yard
We have just received
a new line of these very
popular silks in such
shades as purple & green,
red and green, black and
blue, red and black, tan
and blue, pink and green,
etc., 36 in. wide; a very
$1.00 a yard
Special Millinery Sale
-Just received by this morning's express, 150 hats bought from a leading
Now York manufacturer for early spring trade, but owing to strike difficulties
he was unable to get them here until now. We accepted the hats at a special
price and Anil place them on sale Saturday morning at greatly reduced prices.
The prices will range from $3.00 to $8.00
which will be about one-four J;h less than their regular price, had we received
them on time.
The very hat you want may be in this lot.
Rugs, 9x12, $15.95
Our rug sale is still in force. Choice of anyv velvet or axminster rug in
thciiouso that sold up to $25.00, such as Bigelow, Smith, Sloane, and Dunlap's
maice m ootn norai and
Meeting 01 The W. C, A.
List Of Donations For Home
Tho monthly meting of tho Wo
man's Christian Assoglntion vnn hold
Wednesday nftoinoon tit tlio Homo
for tho Aged with n fair attendance
Tho Bonornl routlno of business was
transacted, The death of Kirs. Smith
on March 31, was loportod by tho ma
tron. Tho relief conimlttoo loportod hav
ing assisted 2 families dining tho
A roport from Miss Fowler showed
that tho Idndergartcn room In tho
public library building and been ro
papored and painted.
Tho following now mombors woro
roported: Mrs. Chnrlcs Roberts and
Mrs. Garflold Snow.
A lottor was read from Mr. II. A.
Mclntlro of Pittsburg, expressing his
appreciation of tho action takon by
tho association upon tlio (loath of his
mother, Mrs. Helon R. Mclntlro.
Tho matron reported tho following
donations for tho month of March:
Wost Sldo Fish Markot Fish ouch
Mrs. R. Q. Arnold Milk and cloth
ing. Mlsa Ash Doughnuts.
Uov. D. II. Dlsnoy Pacific Christ
Mrs. William Wing Broad, light
rolls, chicken. ,
Mrs. II. G. Bostwlck Two glasses
'as' , ;
The Meyer-LJndorf Company j
xwa mA jBaujfl S
rtfew Spring Suits
Nearly 300 elegantly
tailored suits from
which to make a selec
tion Garments that
possess many different
and novel treatments
which lend themselves
admirably to the wear
er's requirements. Ev
ery staple as well as
new fabric, all the new
colors, and every favor
ed style finds represen
tation in this matchless
showing. There is a
suit here for everyone
whether you are slender
or stout, tall or short we
can fit you. We are sim
ply over-stocked hence
Suits from $15 to $60
ONE THIRD OFF
oriental patterns lor
jolly.can poaches and 2 dozen eggs.
Miss Vino Israel Milk.
'Mlss Ash Cako.
Miss .lulla Turner Threo pictures.
Mrs. Scrlbncr Hocking chair.
Miss Addle Arnold and Mr. It, I.
Arnold Hall tree, G plctuies, foot
rest, couch, C rockers, 2 camp chairs,
library tahlo, lamp. (
Hollln and Ilebor Mclntlro 1
screon 1 wash stand,3 flat irons, 1 ov
en, 2 toilet bets, flag, carpot sti etcher,
tea kottle, foot stool, 1 cako stand,
1 pressing board, salt dishes.
The Dunlap ling Co. Work to tho
amount of $3.75.
.Mrs. W. I. nogaidii3 Ono dozen
Mrs, J. M. Ewnlt and Miss Cora
,Evult Ono china dish, pieces for
quilts, clothing for charity.
Mrs. Amadon Onions nnd corn
Mrs. Judsou Bull $5.00.
Mrs. St. Clair of Granvlllo ?G.OO,
Mashed' By A Hummer While
M. M. Mattlcks, a blacksmlth( em
ployed at tho C. A. & C. shops, had
tho Indox and ringer flngors of his
loft hand badly mangled by a hammer
whllo nt work Thursday morning. Tho
injured man wont to tho ofllco of Dr.
N. U. Eastman whoro ho received sur
j. ! j j i j j a . I
I" BIRTHS 4
j j j . .
A son was born Thursday morning to
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kllkonney of
West Sugar street.
FRIDAY, APRIL 8, lilt
Of Ladies' New 1
New Cotton Suitings
Fashion predicts th-is
will be a great year for
wash materials. We have
a most exhaustive show
ing of these fabrics such
as cotton pongee, ottoman
cloth, mercerized and
silk poplins, plain and fancy-soicsettes,
etc., in almost every "on
eeivable color priced from
15c to 40c a yard
Anexquisite showing of
the new linen suitings in
various widths from 27 in.
to 2 yds.; from the finest
dress linen to the crash
suitings. Come in white
aud such colors as Cham
pagne, lavender, blue,
rose, pink, green and na
tural; priced, from
v 25c to $1.25 a yard
Of Education Of Clinton Town
ship Bilys Land
On Which To Build New
Tho regular meeting of tho board of
education of Clinton township was
held Wednesday evening at which
tlmo tho board closed up a loaso for
tho purchaso of ground 132x143 feet
from Sherman Itlnohart. Tho land Is
located on tho Newark road in South
Vornon. Tho board oxpeets to build
a now school house on this site with
In a short tlmo.
Mr. F. M. Sheffer roslgned as a
member of tho school board for tho
reason that ho will move this snrlns:
from Clinton to Mllford township. Tho
luaiHuuuuu was rcceiveu ana placed
on Mo, but no action takon at tho
SOUTH CAROLINA BANKERS
Alkon, S. C, April 7-Nearly 400
representative bankers and financiers
assembled horo today for tho annual
meeting of tho South Carolina Bank
eis' association. Tho members, many
ot whom are accompanied by tholr
wives and families, spont tho day in
an excursion trip through tho famous
Horso Creole valley. Tho regular busi
ness of tho convention will bo taken
up tomorrow morning, when Presi
dent D. D. McColl will preside and ad
dresses will bo delivorod by William
A. Law of Philadelphia, John A. Arm
strong, national bank oxamlnor for
South Carolina, and A. Piatt Andrew,
director of tho United States mint.
Tho meotlng will concludo Saturday,
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