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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1010
Peruna Tablets Tested
What aro Iho Fcrnna Tablots good
for? Una anybody used thorn onougb
to know what thoy will do? Bead tho
following lottcr and seo. If you havo
any doubt as to tho genuineness of tho
letter, wrlto to Mrs, Lohr, cncloso a
stamp for reply, nnd seo whether hor
testimonial Is gonulno or not :
Ravcnnn, Mich., Juno 10, 1003.
Tho Peruna Drug Go.
Iu regard to tho Pcrnna Tablets, I
havo used about ten boxes In all.
Whilo I was In Chicago my oldot
daughter was bothered with a cough
all tho time. Sho has hnd It for four
years. Sometimes It would go away,
and In tho winter time It was so bad
that tho doctors and professors said
that sho hnd consumption, and tho only
way to glvo hor any relief was to per
form an operation.
I spend so much money for different
medicines, nnd for doctors also. Noth
ing seemed to help hor.
So I saw tho Peruna Tablets adver
tised in tho papor, and I got a box
and tried them. Sho could got soino
sleep by taking thorn. Sho would bo up
all night and cough. So in all sho took
six boxes, and novor was bothered any
I will lcavo this for any ono' to in
qulro at our old rcsldonco, whoro wo
lived In Chicago. All our nolghbors
would say that eho could not llvo with
such ft cough. You don't know how
thankful I am, Sho Is eighteen years
My oldest son also was bothered with
his stomach, throwing up, and his
bowels so looso all tho tlmo. Ho was
all run down for four months. I also
doctored with him. Ono would say this
and tho other somothing clso. I started
in. to glvo him tho Tablets, and now ho
Is all right and healthy looking. Ho
took four boxos. That isnil ho wants
to tako whenovor anything nils him.
Solpraiso your Tablots Just as high
as I havo your Poruna. That Is all
tho modiclno that over comes In my
house Whonover I travol I tako soino
with mo. I huvo hnd threo of my chil
dren sick with scarlet fever two months
ago, and that is all I used, was tho Pe
runa and tho Tablots. I did not lose
any of them.
If tliero is any moro information you
want, why Just lot mo know and I will
bo glad to do ho. Yours truly,
Mas. L. Louit, Kuvounn, Mich,
Judge Otis Nullifies Minnesota
DECISION IS MOST SWEEPING
Declare That State Commission Hat
No Power to Ralie or Lower
Charges For Passenger and Freight
Transportation, Asserting Same li
In Violation of Interstate Com
merce Act Circuit Judgea Must
Affirm Findings Before Effective.
St. Paul, Sept. 22. Judgo 13. Otis,
hb master, dealt a body blow to all
railroad rnto legislation passed by
the state legislature In tho past sev
eral years when ho declared that rate
reductions ordered aro confiscatory
and, tlieiefnre, unconstitutional. Tho
railroads aro also enjoined by tho de
cision from keeping 'tho rates lu ef
fect In the state.
The 2-cent piiBsongor rnto nnd tho
recent reduction of freight rates In
all commodity Hues must now be In
creased to tho old llgures prevailing
before the beginning of tho Htuto rail
road and wnrenouso commission's at
tempts to reduce thorn.
Tho decision holds that any at
tempt on tho part of tho railroad
commission to adjust intes Is a dis
crimination against tho regulation of
Interstate cnmuieree nnd la thmeforo
unconstitutional, Tho effect of this
decision In apparently wldo enough
to nenrly wipe out tho rate-making
power of the railroad and warehouse
commission, The decision will be ap
pealed If tho master's findings aro
sustained by tho court.
Tho main feature of tho decision li
Us reference to the unconstitutional
ity of tho laws and orders, of which
there are nine,
Tho cases hava occupied the tlmo
fit Judge Otis for two years. The
findings aro not final, In that thoy
are not the rulings of tho circuit
court, which must pass on tho de
cision boforo giving it legal effect.
The decision Is, In effuct, a recom
mendation to tho circuit court, which
has the power to rovcrso or refuse to
accept after an examination of the
records of tho case.
It is possible that several weeks,
If not months, will elnpso boforo tho
circuit court takes' any action, al
though tho state will make efforts to
obtain a speedy rovlow of tho nmttor,
after which pinna can bo in ado to ap
peal to the United States supreme
Shoos In Ancient Ramt.
Tho Itomuiw made line of two kinds
of shoes the solen, or scandal, which
covered tho nolo of tho foot nnd was
worn tit home, and tho cnlceus, which
covered tho wholo foot uud wus worn
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Eggs 2C, butter 31c.
Sharp's for cut flowers, 8 N. Main.
Clough for sowing machines. ' tf
Gem Laundry, 7 N. Main St. tf
Flowers and floral designs. Ahorn's.
Who's your tailor? Mctzgcr. tf
Miss Caroline IJoyd returned Wed
nesday from a visit with relatives In
Mt. Vernon. Coshocton Age.
One dollar will purchase a watch
fully guaranteed, at Penn's.
Mr. Clifford Weaver spent Tuesday
nnd Wednesday In Columbus, the
guest of friends.
Mr. Joseph Popejoy has returned
from Montpeller, Ind., whero ho at-
tended tho funeral of his mother,
Mr. L. W. Drake went to Newark
Thursday noon to attend to somo mat
ters of business.
Mrs. Mao Bunn returned this morn
ing from a visit with friends in Can
One dollar will purchase an alarm
clock fully guaranteed, at Penn's.
Mr. Millard Gregory of Bucyrus
spent Thurslay In Mt. Vernon tho
guest of friends.
Mr. William A. Ilosnck of East Gam
bler street went to Nowark Thursday
noon on business.
Mrs. Jnnies P. Leo and son, Philip,
are tho guests ot friends In Coshocton
for a few days.
Mrs. Clydo Conley of this city went
to Nowark .Thursday noon to mako a
short visit with relatives.
Car fancy poaches, pears, grapes,
tomatoes nnd pickles to nrrivo Friday.
Standard patterns for October on
sale at Penn's.
Wcldon Close of tho Mt. Vernon
Sanatorium spent a day or two. tho
first of tlvo week with Mllersburg
friends. Holmes County Farmor,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Galbrath and
son. Harold, havo returned from a vis
It with relatives nnd friends at Mt.
Vernon. Mansfield Nowb.
All popular magazines for October
on sale at Penn's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C. Polnnd havo re
turned to Pijthany, Mo., after a visit In
the city with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. S. Brad
dock, Mrs. Genlvovo Durbln returned to
hor homo In Barborton, Ohio, Thurs
day morning after spending several
dnys with relatives In Mt. Vornon.
All popular sheet music 10c this
week at Penn's.
Dr. C. I. Connrd returned homo
Wednesday evening after attending
the opening of tho Clovoland Homeo
pathic cnllcgo In Clovoland.
Mrs. C. J. Ponnycost of West Gam-
blor stroet wont to Mnnsflold Thurs
day morning to spend sovornl days
A new line of heavy fleeced klmona
cloths In beautiful patterns and colors,
per yard, 10c. The Meyer-Llndorf Co.
Mr. O. Kaiium went to Columbus
Thursday morning to spend tho dny
and to attend the grand circuit races
nt tho Driving park.
Buy your hnta nnd furnishings at
Porter's on S. Main St.
Mrs. Wulnwrlght Davis and son,
Wulnwrlght, hnvy returned to their
homo In Mt. Vernon, 111., after n visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Lnfovor, south of town.
One lot slightly soiled shirtwaists In
good quality with lawn and batiste,
sold at $1.00 and $1.25, to close out,
50. The Meyer-Llndorf Co.
Mr. Lewis Wright has roturncd to
his home lu Mt. Vernon lifter spending
several days In Knnosvlllo nttondlng
to some business mattors.
Mrs. 13. C. Mulock Is In Nowark at
tending u meeting of the executive
committee of tho Woman's Homo and
Foreign Missionary society of the
One piece 44-Inch black silk poplin,
slightly Imperfect otherwise would
sell for $1.50, selling now at $1.00 yard.
The Meyer-Llndorf Co.
Mr. GuBtavo Cornlllo of West High
street went to Colilmbus Thursday
noon to attend to somo matters of bus
iness. Mr, Ilobort Hull Iuib returned to his
home In Mt.' Vernon after spending
two mouths In Cleveland, whore ho
was employed by tho Contral Union
Cut rates on all watch roptilrlnj
Mnln spring, 7Co; donning, 7Gc; crsa.
Uls, lGc; Jewols, 26o 'to 7Dc, Work
guaranteed 1 year. Owens, cornot
Main and Gamblor ntrooUs up stairs
Dr. Guniblo ot Wnlhondlng has pur
chased n rcsldonco in Mt, Vernon nnd
with his family will move to that
placo within tho nqxt few wooks,-
Mr. Fred Hunibort, who Is employ
ed In ABhland, Ohio, Ih spending sovor
al days with his pnronts. Dr. mid Mrs,
n. F. Hunibort of West Chestnut
An extraordinary showing of new
patterns In Puritan Mills art draperies,
per yard, 15c and 18c. The Meyer
Mrs. Jnnlo Beency of Bloomfleld
Illinois, Is spending sovornl days" with
friends In Sparta.
Mr. C. Garfield Snow Is quite ill fit
his homo on Kast Hnmtramck street
with matnrln fever.
Mr. Itny Culbortson left this nfter
noon for Ithaca, N. V., to rcsumo his
studies at Cornell university.
Dr. nnd Mrs, C. E. Hunter of Bell-
vllle spent Wednesday In Sparta the
guests, of Dr. and Mrs. II. B. Larl
more. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jncob Mowery hnve re
turned to their homo In Danville nfter.
n extended trip nnd visit through Ok
lahoma. Mrs. Samuel II. Petcrmnn wns n Co
lumbus visitor yesterday and attended
the matinee of the "Chocolnto Soldier"
nt the Colonial theatre.
Mrs. Sarah A. Gilliam returned last
evening from a visit with Dr. Gilliam
and family nt tho state hospital, Co
lumbus. Messrs. William McCormlck nnd
Fred J. Lawler attended the "Choco
late Soldier" at the Colonlnl theatre
The Board of Directors of tho Knox
County Agricultural society will meet
In the olllcd of tho secretnry on Thurs
day, September 29, nt10 n. in., sharp.
All are urged to he present.
Messrs. Ilobort Stnuffer and Arthur
Thompson saw tho "Chocolate Sold-
ler" at the Colonlnl theatre, Coliim
bus, last evening.
Mrs. 13. 13.- Ycarin nnd daughter,
Mrs. John Kollnr, of West Vino street,
went to Nowark Thursday noon to
spend several dnys with relatives.
"Ilubc" Goyor, who pitched for the
Mt. Vernon baseball team somo sea
sons ngo, was released yesterday by
tho St. Louis team of tho National
There will be a meeting of tho Knox
County Agricultural Society on Thurs
day, September 29, at ono o'clock p.
in. Tho plnco of tho mcettlng will be
Mrs. J. S. Peebles nnd daughter,
Chnrlotto, of Chicago, 111., and Mrs.
Delia Adams of Sterling, 111., nro the
guests of Mr. Hownrd Spltzer and sis-
'tor of East Vine street.
Mrs. Charles Spraguo and Mrs. "'Em
ma Haycock of Sparta nro spending
several days in Hockford, Ohio, whero
they aro attending tho Advent confer
ence. Mr. C. M .Cnblo of Lima, Ohio, who
was elected captain ot tho Kcnyon
football team for 1910, Is spending
several days In Gambler, but unfort
unately, Mr. Cablo Is unnble to nt
tend collego this fall and so cannot
net as captnln. The captaincy Is said
to bo between J. Cnblo nnd Crlppen,
both of whom nro stars on tho team.
Was B. & 0. Ticket Office At
- Beach City
Mnsslllon, O,, Sept. 22 Tw6 mask
ed highwaymen, armed with heavy
pistols, entered the station of tho B, &
O. rnllrond at Beach City hist night
nnd forced the operator, A. 13. Clamp
ton, to turn ovor his own valuables
and tho keys to tho company's till.
Thoy left Clnmpton's watch nnd ?2."i.
No Swelling at All.
"I see not one ripple on tho water.
All Is calmness," said the little Ger
man hidy, looking out dreamily over
the quiet hen. "1 haf crossed tho
voonn when It was eiiliu llko this nil
the way over."
"Do you mean that thero was no
swell even In inldoceau?" naked her
companion, who hnd never crossed at
"No, no swelling nt nil," wris tho re-ply,-.'ow
Whoroin Thoy Differ.
Jnek Widows nro wiser than mnids
in one respect at lenst. Tom What's
the answer? Jack They never let n
good clianco go' by, thinking that n
bijttor ijiie will como their way. Chi
The little difference between lifting
a dish and shoving It along inakot
the big dirfcrenco between a sloven
and the punctilious observer ot good
manners nt tho table and has nW effect
in marrlug the harmony of tho table,
whereby In congcnlalness and tnblo en
joyment all are best conserved.
Sucking the Angers or teeth, picking
tho teeth nt the table boforo all aro
done eating, gazing about tho table
while drinking, tipping bnck tho chair
on two legs, taking any of tho dessert,
as fruit, nuts or swoetments, awuy
from the table, U the worst possible
A Man's Arm.
Nowadays It Is not the custom for n
woman to lean Aipon the arm of the
m nn who, Is walking hesldc her during
the daytime, nnd she seldom accepts
this support after nightfall unless she
Is Infirm or elderly or the mun is her
fiance or husbahd,
YOU'LL WANT IT.
Tha Now Tool For Remov
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THU RPLiriKH AT WOHK.
Mnuy jiersons like to cut their corn
from the cob at table, nnd. ns u rule,
this Is nn aw I; ward nnd sometimes a
dangerous proceeding and never u
graceful one. The new corn splitter re
cently invented is a simple nnd neat
little contrivance that conies lu plated
nnd renl silver for use nt table tu re
moving the grnlns of com from tho
col that ls,,lt doesn't remove thqm en
tirely, but extracts nil the substance of
the corn, leaving the kernels on the
A Smart Bcthrobo.
A good bathrobe Is un etpcnslvo
thing to buy, but n stunning robe muy
be innde by 'the skillful seamstress of
blue bordered Turkish toweling like
of m.uii noiiDicuuo tukbibh towblino.
the one Illustrated for very llttl)? mon
ey, nnd not much time will bo ex
pended lu the making, for the model Is
very simple lu design.
Roosevelt the "Feminine"
It bus Just been discovered by Duf
field Osborne that Mr. Itoosevolt "is a
typical embodiment of the feminine lu
man." Mr. Osborne announces the dis
covery lu the Forum nnd Ingeniously
upholds It. a soman's horizon, wo
tire told, Is not less distant than a
man's, but when she gazes nt It she
"holds up her hands like blinders and
sees only the small tJegmcnt that Is
straight ahead lustead of allowing her
eyes to sweep nroutid the circumfer
ence," It has been supposed that Mr.
itoosevolt In tho course of his seven
years iu the Whlto House surveyed
nenrly all the known subjects survey
able by the human mind, but Mr. Os
borne nevertheless, finds that "his is
pre-eminently a mind that socs ono
thing at a time, or, In other words,
works by Intuition puro and simple"
Therefore is be a femlnlno type.
A Mirror Preeautlon,
Many persons do not know that sun
shine Is destructive to mirrors und pro
duces that milky nppenrnifco which
cannot be got rid of. When n mirror
Is being washed the water should not
be allowed to get close to the edges,
for often It will leak "under, giving a
mottled effect nnd ruining the glass.
Hand mirrors should be placed whero
the sun will not Hlriko theniTntHl the
cleaning pastes that they are polished
with should not bo too moist, for thero
tire often tiny spaces that will admit
n liquid, mid nfter this happens tho
mirror's usefulness will soon como to
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I The Meyer-Llndorf Company's
charmingly blended. Soft, dark tones and Persian
effects will be very popular, while the diversity of styles insures a satisfactory
selection for each one.
Prices Range from . :50c to $15
PRANKS OF CUPID.
Celsbrated Men Who Married Their
Many celebrated men have married
their domestic servants. Sir Henry
Purkes, premier of New South Wules,
Is an cxnmplc. One night when dining
nt n friend's house ho was struck by
tho nppeurnnco of u sorviiut girl who
waited upon the tnblo nnd persuaded
bis host to allow her to enter his em
ploy. This she did uud for it short
lime held the position of cook in Sir
Henry's household. Then ho made her
But moro Illustrious than this Is the
case of Peter the Great. One dny ho
was dining tit the house of Prince Men
shlkofT. He noticed one of tho servant
maids particularly, nud, though she
wns not handsome, she caught his fan
cy. Her name, the prince told tho
czar, was Martha. She had been n
servant in tho house of n Lutheran
minister of Mnrleiiliurg, and when that
city was captured by the troops of
Itusshi sho hnd been taken prisoner
by General Bauer, who" hnd passed
her over to the prince, whose servant
she was. The count politely mndo n
present of her to (lie czar, who even
tually married her.
William Cobbett, tho great writer,
when ho was only twenty-one yenra of
age, ono morning chanced to see n bux
om servant girl busily engaged lit
washing the family linen. Tho girl
wns pretty, so Cobbett spoke to her,
learned her nnino and the snnie even
ing culled upon her parents nnd said
ho would llko to marry their daughter.
The parents of tho gir informed tho
young man that they had no objec
tions to him ns their son-ln-luw, but
that ho would have to wait until their
daughter wns of n marriageable ago.
Five years later Cobbett, true to his
early love, married her.
Emmet's Preienoe of Mind.
A story Is told of Ilobert Emmet
which proves his sccretlvo power and
resolution, no was fond of studying
chemistry, and ouo night into, after
tho family hnd gone to bed, he swal
lowed a largo qunntlty of corrosive
sublimate in mlstnko for some ucld
cooling powder. Ho immediately dis
covered ills inistuko und knew that
death must shortly eusuo unless ho In
sjantly swallowed tho only nnlldoto,
chalk. Timid men would havo torn nt
tho 1611, loused nil the family and sent
for n stomach pump. Kiumet called no
one, mndo no noise, but, stealing down
stairs und unlocking tho front door,
wont into tho stable, scraped somo
cluilk whleh ho know to bo tliero and
took sufllelent doses of It to ueutrnllzo
tho l olson.
For years the leadership of this store in ready-to-wear
garments has been unquestioned. We have
developed by untiring energy a style standard and
quality standard never before attained in this city.
It has always been, our policy to secure such gar
ments as will represent the highest perfection of
style, quality and satisfaction. A marked innova
tion in our coats this year is the, new extension col
lar which insures a perfect fit around the neck and
shoulders. But our garments do not mean this alone.
Correct fit is important, but dependability of fabric,
exclusive treatments, superior workmanship and per
fect finish all go to make for style supremacy.
The price, as always, h as low as good quali
ty will permit.
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We invite you to inspect our new arrivals in
Ladies' and Children's Autumn and Winter Millin
ery. Never have the colors been so beautiful and
A VERY PLEASANT HOME.
All Becauso of the Way Ho Solved tho
Closet Space Problem.
1 must tell nll,.my brothers how my
wife nnd I huvo solved the problem
which so bothers those who dwell
whero there is but little closet room.
With one dressing ease between us,
there was not room for ail our things.
As to the closets, they were crammed
full, uud even under the bed there
were many lint boxes-. So I purchased
another dressing case.
1 tVm'took all my clothes, which
had been crowding my wife's In her
dressing caso, und arranged them in
my own. In the top drawer I put my
muidkerchlcfs, collars and ties and
all those other little nrtlcles of finery
which every man loves so much. In
the second drawer I placed my shirts
and underwear and devoted the lower
drawer to my trousers, neatly folded,
and my hosiery. My wife was de
lighted, as It gnve her her own dresser
all to herself and relieved the closet
But In n day or so the new plan
proved to have a fewdefects, so nt my
wife's suggestion I emptied "one of the
upper drawers In my dresser, putting
Its contents into the other uud allowed
my wife to use tho now vacant recep
tacle for a few of her Jabots, scarfs,
etc. The second dny it was decided
that my shirts and trousers could oc
cupy tue same drawer, the lowcs): one,
so this was tlxed. and Into tho second
drawer my wife moved a few of her
pcttlconts nud such things.
Soon liiidltig thut I wns still using
too much space, I permitted her to put
my collars and such effects Into the
lowest drawer with my trousers, etc..
thus giving her both of tho upper
drawers and the uext nud still leav
ing mo plenty of room In the one bot
Since then, however, I havo fourid
thfit 1 do not require so much space
for my few tlilngn. so have taken them
out of the bottom drnwer and packed
them into n hat box, which I keep
under the bed. thereby giving my
wife all the drawers In my drcsslrig
caso. I Dnd tho present arrangement
very satisfactory, ns nil I havo to do
now Is to empty the hat box on the
bed when 1 want anything ,ln It and
then, wucu I havo mndo my selection,
sweep the other articles back .Into
In this wny I have s,olved the dress
ing case problem, nnd everything is
quite pleasant lu our home. Paul West
Roses In Spain. v
Itoses rnlsed under tho subtropical
sun of southern Spain are reported of
little value, being deficient In perfume
and exceedingly short lived.
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Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wolfo spent Sun
day with Mr. Clark Schooler and' f ami
Mrs. Mary Wilson of Walnut Bidgo
nnd Mrs. Lurel Welrick visited Mrs.
Elizabeth Burch, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morrow spent
Saturday and Sunday with friends
Mr. Ray Harrlsnnd family expect to
move on tho James IUissell farm, soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burch visited
relatives on Dusty Bottom, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hardesty spent
Sunday with Jesso Mercer and family.
Mrs. Mary E. McKee and Mrs. Mol
Ho Harris of Bladensburg visited Mr.
nnd Mrs. Harvey Burch Saturday.
Mrs. McKee remnlned and will spend
this week with relatives here.
Mr. Geo. McCullough and family ex
pect to move on a farm, near Martins
, Mr. Harvey Burch has purchased a
lino work horse of Mr. Jack McCam
ont. Mr. John Wolfo sofd a fine bunch of
cattle to John Bogga of Newark, Mon
day. Mr. nnd Mrs, Ben Johns of Martins
burg, spont Sunday with Mr, and Mrs.
Geo. Harris. Mrs. Johns met with
qulto an accident whilo at tho fair-n
fow days ago and as a result is suf
fering very much and may lose tho
sight In on eye. In some manner sho
was struck in tho face 'by a fan,
thrown by somo ono and one oyo was
badly Injured. Tho doctors give her
no hope of regaining the sight.
Mr Howard McCullough and sister,
Miss Margaret of Martlnsburg, spent
Sunday with Mr. Geo. McCullough and
Mr. Claronco Welrick visited Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Burch Sunday.
Mr. Leo Donahoy has returned homo
after spending several weeks working
Mrs. John Wolfo and daughter, Mrs.
Eva Taylor of Bladensburg, attonded
tho fair at Mt. Vernon, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Ddnahoy spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Mrs. Martini Scott of Esto spent
Sunday and Monday with her sister,
Mrs. Elizabeth Burch.
Mr. and Mrs. James Powles of Pino
Bluff, visited Mr. Virgil Wolfo and
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ashcraft spent
from Saturday till Monday with rela
tives at Nowark.