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nVIINMN'O IUH.M.TIN. HONOLULU, T It HATPItDAV MAIl 20. I!M9.
riS THE WHOLE YEAR ROUND. IgifP
Hip (tardi n lcl.mil nr Mnrrli 1.1 w'
Kllolinna tlio .ihllal homo oi Mr u,i '
Mm A. H Wl.cux. nnn tile urnr nl .i
liciintiriil woddlni; mi I In- ovi-nlnu "I
Wpdlicwln), Mm ill KUli wlti-n Hi n
daughter IJIIipI Kiil.ininiiu vv.m inirm.l
tn Mr fluylunl I.irki Unix win
Mr. ami Mrs. Unmucl Wilcox Ti
cuuplo nro well known tlmiiiKl.iiiit i'h
Manila, mill thVlr iinniil.iiiiv w -it t .- r
c1 Iiy Hie uiinienni. mill tiwtlv win
whlcli llioj ri'culvutl
Tlio cumminy wlilcli took plnri
nliiiut T:3l) tn tlio ovcnlns win mini I
it Iiy little K)nip. und iionr hut nli
IIvch, mixing whom were Mexurn. H.nii
Mnhuliinn nnd Allen Wllrox of Ilium
lulu, bml hers of Hie In Me mil a fi v
'lose friends vltneKfcl the Ken In
which wan iiorformeil lij tlie l!c J M
The lirlile etiterril on Ihc nrni of In r
father. In the Htrulun of l.nln in. Ins
M'eddlliK Mnrrh il:ii'l li Mt It
Ijicy. Slip vvns met lit the .ill tr lij tin
Broom mnl Ms hnith Mr Clin Wll
mx. who nctol im bent mini Minn Her
nlcp lluiidley uf Ktimu wan mild of
Tlio niiiKiilflcctit Inline of Mr Wil
tox, with the ni.uiv hhirlniiK moms,
could ncarcel huu heun better ar
Onu end of the reception room vv.m
entirely covoieil with tunlle mil mild
uiuttlr fcim, while n portion ol the
cclllnR w'iih ii ni.iKH of Slmd i d ililes,
from which vviih minpciuled n nleeh
made cunnpv of nullc, iinldenh ilr
turns nud white dilutes
A weilillng bell of tttilxloK Ii iiib fiom
the center of tills litre cinop) under
which the bride nnd crooni Mood
Thero were mspended here mnl there
from the remainder of the rellliiK. lulls
of ilnlklos nnd festoons of mnlle, while
thu window s were curtained mnl
draped In kccpliiK with the resi of the
It cornt Ions
The color hchenie lliioitshniil was
green mnl white, mnl the sorKous dec
unillonH conveu'd the exipiUlte tante
nnd skill of Mm. flour Palrchllil.
At S:.1o KiitKtH Iipriiii to nrrle for
tin- ncepllon, IiiIukIiik rniiKriitul.itloim
and Rood wIbIioh to Mr. .mil Mrs Wil
cox, Tho lirlile, who In u hilndnomo lira
nettu. with tho moKl wonilurfun soft,
dark cch. wore a prluceHs kovvii of
point appllnuc Inro over while satin,
ti limned with real lace. Over u Ions
veil of ical laco point applique. emslit
up at Intervals with or.uiKo Mossmns,
fhe wore u wreath of real nrutiRu lilns
foniH. Her (iriKiinents woru a utrlni;
of mod tieurlii. Klft of the groom, and
a dlaniond brooch with largo dlmnoiul
Sho curbed n shower bouquet of
whlto orchids mnl luce maiden hair
fern, tied with whlto satin ribbon, tho
Blft of Mrs tf I) Tenncy or Honolulu.
The bridesmaid, MIkh Hundley, wore
n dlreclolro gown of pale blue satin,
trimmed with nppllipie mse wllb sll
vur. Sho oiirrl"d a boiniuut of white
lolets, and maiden hair fora, cled with
Among the other hmidsoinc nnd e'ali
oralo row us may ben mentioned the
Mrs. Albert Wilcox, black cliantille
lea', lace over whlto satin with oko of
leal liiro; illamoml ornaments.
Mrs. Samuel Wilcox, goigooiiK palu
pray striped satin, trlmiued with iel
ilurlipRS Into; dliini'ind ornlaiueuls
Mrs. Geo. Tali child, idaborntel) em
broidered black fllct net over whlto
witln, flowers edged with K"ld trim
nilng, princess style; diamonds mnl
Mis. Krlc Kuudsen, nliictdlio sown
of jellow twllii, with I'ersliiu and Kohl
Mrs. 1'rancls (lay. whlto flemish lace
over whlto satin, dimmed with hIIoi;
leal poirls mnl diamonds.
Miss Ulflu Wilcox, pink silk with
Tin lingo lanal dining room flom
was coviod with i'iiiixiiiis, whero ilanc
ins was engage 1 In till 10:30 inuilc
helng fnrnhhed li tho Kapalii bind
oml urchchtra, lifter which refrei.li
inents were rervetl In a huso Innil t:i
the aid which hud been constructed
csiieclnll) fur this purposo. Heie, the
colllnir of bmnhiio pren-ntcd an apiioai
niipo of n mild finest, whllo tho walls,
tolisti noted of lele, tl leaves, und co
tiMimt palms, weio most effective. In
the center of tho luntil, under u large
colored lantorn, was a magnificent pol
Uhcil koa table at which the brldo mid
groom sat. In tho center of the table
vwi a bouquet of pink bc'onla mid
At tlio other tables, oer which wero
Mispunded coloicd lanterns, wero seat
ed thu gtiosts, 125 in number.
After icfrethiuents, a ciirilngu was
brought to tlio door. In take tho hrldo
mid Kroom to Haivilel.
Hero, u great disappointment await
ed tho many guests, foi to bo ills
maiMl by having tho brldo and gioom
tlldo away without uen u Kllmpso of
themu, was no part of the piognim of
a t.coip ii two of Hie fi lends who had
gathered, mid stationed IhemselM's in
convenient place fin tho purposo of
hhoweilug tho newly miurled couple
with old shoes, rlco mid good wishes
During tho confusion of the guests
m'liilug thcnisphi'ii I In hrhh' mnl
jionni Biicoeoileil In ijiilell) ioapliiR
V, - J . F Mr.. I-i" H. JoMclyn, Ml lmWW '9 '11" 'V'it1l "". J;miiy Kellogg, MI9 H. QBgJ ESJO
U' ,, I It "SiX Wcntmlnnter Ht., rrovldcncei ?$lmMmL i II ilffHP-'' 'I '?. " ' ii Mwronco Ht., Houth Tucomn, X5rTTr f .,.,! AiTTim SrS
O-f MRS.OHN NDERWOOD KJ Jl.I.,lTrcMiirwofiheIMIIori WWMak' StX fMX'Vn ''f W'W member of Ladles of tho 1 MRS 05EPH VlTTUR ZJ
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'fc ll'lUllll JUYIUllUT.fJIIUllllil'Bi JTaH'!KAK'a V .SXIJHj' IVjCffiVMX- .J.WAf, rvMT rt" ' JP
Suffered With Stomach.
nut St., Columbim, Ohio, wrltcm
"lUvtng had catarrh anil stomach
trouble nnd having suffered very
much, I, after being doctored ft long
while, a lat rexort took l'cruna.
Tlio rpmilt w.n wonderful. I would
highly recommend it at a good rem
edy. 1 still n e l'cruna and would
not bo vilhotit It. X alwayi have It
In tlio house."
Catarrh and Stomach Trouble.
Mrs.T. l'rceh, It. It. Sfo. 1, Hickory
l'olnt, Tcnn., writes:
"I am happy to tell yon that I am cured
of catarrh. I havo followed your good
and kind advico faithfully. I lilcsa tho
day when I wroto j on of my condition,
andl vv 111 nlways praise l'cruna. 1 think
It is one of tbo grandest medicines on
"Having been aflllcted with catarrh
end stomach trouble for soven y oars and
after having tried four different doctors
they only relieved me for a little while.
I gave up all hope of being cured. I only
weighed lSOpoundi, nnd wiuko weak I
could hardly get around tho room.
"I was Induced to try l'cruna, nnd to
my great surprlso I am no" entirely
well. Sty weight I now IRSpouniU, my
health never was butter in my life.
"I shall alwnya pralso Dr. llartmau
and his remedies."
Thousands of families havo learned
tho use of l'cruna nud lis vuluo In tho
treatment of catarrhal ailments.
The oIlowin& wholesale druggist will supply the
through 11 side door and went to the
homo of Mr Italph Wilcox, where they
donned their traveling garb. After a
long dilve In (lie rain the) nirlved at
tho Wilcox Heaeh homo at Hmialel u
3:30 n. m, wheie they will runialn for
11 wrek, after which lime they will In
at boine at Kuliu The gioom has te
ccutlv ncceiittd 11 iiimIIIoii wllh his
binthei Chnih'x who Is mull ig"r ol Hie
Koloa Sugar Plaulatlon.
The hop at the Mnairi hotel last
1 veiling given In honor of tho ofllcers
of tho Kngllsh warships now in port
W'IIH II III elfll.il UIIIWH.U it .v,,u .ll.,.i .
nn ,.vniBi... it..i I....' 1... 1 ..'.. ..
in. unviiiitM- illlllll, mil DHL IIIV KON If
Joy utile, fur tlio ill aw lug-room was nev
er overcrowded mid tho ngrcoabh
young offlcois seemed to enjoy eveij
minute Among tlioi-o noticed v.eie
Ilrltish Consul and Mis, Italph Pur
sier, Vlco Consul and Mrs. fJeoigc
Davlcs. Mr and Mis. James Cock
burn. Mis. King, Mr. mnl Mrs. Leeds,
Mr. mnl Mrs Wilbur, Mr. mid Mis.
Wlghtuian, l.ailv Unwind, Miss Wight
mini, Miss (lias, the Misses .Ionian,
the Misses Quailes, Miss Hprluks, Miss
Super, Mlm Illine.v, l.leut. Pardee, U.
S A II. C Ciivmiiugli, Kmi, II, N
mid iiiiinv othi'i
An luvlt itloii or gri'il Inleiost his
beiii iccelved, ,ih fnlluwa. Mi, mil
Mrs Ki'iiJI Inn lldil icqiiimt the pleiM
1110 of jour compinv 011 Sitmd-iy, Toll
limry 27th, from rnur until six nVluek
atSheirv's" .Mis Iin inlshl was odd
(nted In II0110I11I11 und In 11 charming
and lovely poison She is well ie-
nu'tuneied nolo and for soverul years
was regmiled b Mrs Illekciton u
most as 11 daughter Mi IihuiiIhIiI whs
the head of tho Specie Hank In Ilnnii
lulu. Tho icccplhm at Sheirv'u was 11
fuhhiiinablo ovent, attiiulcd by tho
olllo of .Inpancio ami American so
Lee WatcihoiiHo, the only sun of
l)r nnd Mrs. Krnest Watorlniuso mi
-J mid street, was tho hobt of nn In
formal birthday party on Fildny. Ho
is a most pingrcsslvo youngster anil
rjulln pntoicd into tho spirit of thu
affair nud mado nil the little, hoys
lay devnted attention tn tho gills.
The following guests who have
spent tho winter at tho Moann 1110 sail
ing on the Maurlim la next Moiuhiv
Mis K Mcllnde Mis. A. II Ilohiit
son anil sou Mrs Holt, Mr. Dose an I
The Mtiauii lintel vvus the stem of
gayetv anil mirth 011 Thursdav ev(ii-
lug, the iiiiiiNlon being the ikiuic ill
liiiuor of tho l.ngnn. Thu b.illiisuns1
Tired, Worn-Out Mother.
Mrs. I.j ill a H. Jnssclyn, Mt
Westminster Ht., l'rovldencei
It. I.,lsTreasurerof tho IMllors
Ix'aguoof llhodo Island, char
tered In l'rovIdcnce.Hlio writes 1
My experience with 1'criiua
has been most gratifying. Last winter I
contracted a scvero cold, and for several
days coughed until my olec failed me.
When other remedies did mono good, I
decided to try l'cruna, nnd within four
days tbo cold was broken up, nnd tho
"Within another week an Increaso In
my usual strength nnd vitality told mo
that l'cruna nas doing all that It prom
hed, and more. Inlsoconstderitvvrysii.
porlor for tired, orn-out mothers, nnd
hnvo ndvlscd several to try it, and havo
seen most gratifying results from Its use
"I glvo it highest praise."
Mrs. Magglo Durhln, lXtl Xorth Bt.,
I.tlllo Hock, Ark., writes:
"I was troubled for flvo years with a
chronic disease. I tried everything I
heard of, but nothing did mo any good.
Some doctors said my Iroublo was ca
tarrh ot the bowel', and some, said con
sumption of the IxivveN.
"une uoeior said lio could euro mo. I
took his medicine two mouths. Hut It
did me no good.
"A friend of mlno advised mo to try
1'iTUiiiv and I did o. After 1 hnd taken
two bottles I fo'ind it wns helping
me, so I continued Its nso, and It has
cured me sound and well.
"I can recommend I'truna toanr one,
and If niy one wants to know vv lint l'c
runa did for mo If they will vvrlto to mo
I will nnnvver promptly."
l'cruna N n household remedy of grent
merit, and Is iisoful in many cllmatio
ailments, silrh oj couihs, colds, sore
throit, bronchitis nnd catnrrlialdisonsns
A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY I1N3 OVER ONE MILLION HOMES.
wpio thronged thioughoiit the even-
lug ami the lawns as well us tho
walks weic iiaiked with pleasure-
stokers ,l th0 broad walk over the
sea was a ravin Ito primicnnilo. I'lc
Viiius to tho dance Mrs. itobeilson
have a delightful dinner, her guests
I. ...I. ..It.. SI..I... .....1 st.u vt'...ll,..,..
Hit liming ..i.ij.ii .nm ...in. .in .o.iiin.
, ...1 1 Sf.. (.... Sl. I-. ,. l,.
V '. .';::;.,!
Kill, .MlMiru 111111 .-lis, money i.iiii'iu, '
Captain KMnn, I' S A ; Mr. Chil
ton. Tho tnblf (iiilutlly set out, w.m
particularly nttni'-uvc, 11 l.uf,c ten
Icrplcco of Malmalbon roses iii.inlug
1111 effective decoration. Mrs. Itobeil-
soil rn a Piinulii creation nf white
satin, whllo hue. nnd silver ctnlnold
eiy, and looked very pietty. Mn.
,. ,,, ,
Moi.es In whlto laco was iitliaetlvi-,
und My). Wailhams wine 11 W 01 Hi
flock nf black satin which bitltrd her-
11 pcifectlnn. M.rs. llallou was a
dainty tlgitie In black with gold em
broidery. After dinner coffee and
, , , ,
Iliiueurs weio served on tho liinnl. '
Ono of tho pleasnntoht ovelits of
this busy week was the hinall, In-
foimal danio given ut thu Hawaiian
Hotel on Thursday evening hj Vito
Consul und Mih (leorgo Davlc.i In
honor nf Captain Vimghii l.evves,
Captain Nugent, and tho oflliers ot
the Cambiliin and rimti. the KnglWi
waishlns now In pint rings, bunt
ing, und palms mado the lunula unit"
pilvate, and tho potfeet Hour and
I AVE YOU
Talcs, Etc.,. Etc.
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HRS.EHAUDY pyijIBBiglt fARREH
Mrs. Lena It. Moudy.Vl Cay wood
Ht., Portland, Oregon, Hcc'y ltojal
Tribe of Joseph, writes;
"For tho past six years biliousness
and pains In my back and limbs mado
llfo miserable to inc. My skin was
sallow nnd dry, nnd indigestion was
ndded to my troubles. 1 was wnke
ful nt night and would got a weak,
faint feeling during tlio day so that
I was not fitted to attend lo my reg
ular duties. This call-ill mn serious
annoyanro nnd trouble, nnd I nat
urally tried many remedies, hoping lo
"Peruna came evn friend In need.
It toned up thu system, lelleved tbo
blood of tbo polrons and induced n
healthy r.cllon of tho stomach, a lino
nppotlto nnd rcvtfiil slctp.
"Within three months I was a
changed person, and for nearly n year
novvi liavo en loved splendid healt I
A Cr.ilcful Patient.
Intl., writes: "I hnvo been cured by
using l'cruna nniK.ranalln. I thaukvou
for j our advico."
hillllaut music of Mr. Krnest Knnl's
oithcstru (banned the young omceis
who Hipped tho light fantastic toe
,, It wn, tB,ut thu evening.
(Mr. and Mrs. Davlcs presented tho
ntlUeis to nil the fair guests, ami they
Wete never pill tneilcss. At ono end
llag-euclo.ied I.11111I punch und
lemonade weio served
and the sup
per was given in tho dlnlng-ioom of
the hotel -a pleasant Interlude, at
whli Ii all'WPio sealed at little tables, j
Mrs. Vaughn I.owps, the wife of tho
Captain ot the Cumin Ian. who Is 11
guest at the Alexander Young Hotel,
1 was picsciit and nifldo 11 distinguish
ed appearance. After supper danc
ing was again tenewed Willi a will,
mnl nt 1 o'clock the guists iiluit-
niillv laid good-night. Among Ihosii
picFcut WLiu lllltlsh Cunsul mid Mis.
Italph Korsti'i', ox-diivernor ami Mis
(leoigo Cm tor, Mr. anil Mrs. B. (1.
Vl'11,1... II.. .....I I1,u I .n.i.lw.t .... Vti.
IIIHII'I, III llll.l,. IIU, .....Ifll. ..II. , .....
,. ,.,rl. ...,,. Mr ,,
Mis Itli haul Iveis, Capt.flu and Mis.
j,Ht.s ,1 s N- . jIr m ril littrry
Mai rai lane, thu Misses l.aiv und
Helen and AII(e Maefailane, Dr. and
Mrs Kineit Waleilinii.e, Dr. and
Mis Victor Collins, Mr and Mis. A
M lliovn, Mim l.owton-llrulu, Di
and Mis Junes .liidd, Mr mnl Mis.
H So 1 Mr nnd Mis James Cock
huiu. .Mih Mcxainlei (I llnwes Ji ,
the Misios Jordan
MIsh ilnller. Miss
the Mhhch Pi' il.e
llli lie. M D.iv
SEEN the "EVERY CHILD SHOULD
child should know; Legends every
Edited hy Hamilton Wright Malic. They arc just
range to get them today on easy monthly payments,
CORNER OF ALAKEA
Restorer of Lost Strength,
Miss Hesslo 1'arrcll, 101 1 Third
Ave, llrooklyn, X. Y., Is President
of tho Young People's Christian
Temperance Assoclntlon. Hhowrllis:
"Peruna Is corlnlply n valuablo
ncrvo nnd blood remedy, calculated
to build up thoAroAen-toivn health
of worn-out ti omen. I havo found
by personal oxporienco that It acts ns
n wonderful restorer of lost strength,
assisting tho stomach to nslmllnto
and digest tho food, nnd building up
worn-oiittlssiic'. In my workl hnvo
hr.d occasion to recommend It fro
iptpntly, especially to sick women.
"I know of nothing which Is bolter
to build up thu slicnglh of n young
mother, In fact nil thoailmentspecnl-
lar to vv omen, so I nm pleased to givo
It my hearty endorsement."
Pc-ru-nj n Woman's rrlcnd.
Mrs. Kill Ktnbrco, t'lirl;, Mo w riles:
"I nm feeling bolter than I have felt for
years. 1 can truthfully say that l'oruna
Is a woman's friend. 1-liavo no morn
terrible pains and nm stronger than I
havo Ik'cii. Your midiclnu has worked
retail trade: benson, smith & co t
Miss (Iras, Miss Jessie Kaufman!!, Ma
jor 1), inning, P. S. A ; Mr. Jamlesnn,
Ml David AiiiIoimiii, Mr. Ceorgu
I I'niichlhl, Mr. (luy Inifiiilniio, Mi.
1 .1 McKlunoii.
I An iiilistlc linn licon was given 1111
I Wednesday by Mrs. Prank Atheilon
1 of Colligo Hills in honor of Mih. Pal
,leison, who Is being so much eulei
j tallied during her visit here. A latgu
green hnwl held 11 pi illusion ot imihl-
jcuhiilr fcins, und tho lies, sweets,
puiMli, and lemonade were all in tho
nunc (olor bcheme. Maidenhair pin-
I tiirelv deioi.itcd tho cloth, and tho
dainty china mid llohcmlnii glass car
lied nut tho ilciiuatlvn .effect. Thu
gin sis asked to luiet Mrs. Patterson
weio Mis. Hinest Itoss, Mis Clarcuio
Cooke, Ml. 1. Iloeilefelil, Miss Urucu
Cooke, Miss M0010.
Mis, ltiib"rlson sn well known heio,
v.as tho InislesH of It beaullfill lunch
tun 1111 Wednesday at tlio M 11,11111 hotel.
I'ouili'i 11 divers eniirrlid tho round
Inlile, whli h was cxipilslti'ly deciuati'il
wllh 1111 enoimiiiis centeiplcto of la
I'liinee intos mid hrauclii's of maiden
hall fens Dainty Valentino placo
cauls with npprnpilnto mottoes weic
at 1 ic'i pl'io mil spilgs of the doll
riln 111 1I1I1 tiliuli weie icitleied over
tin e'lili'iilili'ied cloth Mis Hubert
.oil nlw.iv so chic, woie a Picneh
mi itlou or white (loth tho wnlst ho
ing ' f Ii it'll lace Mih Itiihcrtson will
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AND MERC HANT STREETS.
Mrs. Kmlly Kellogg, MI9 H.
Lawronco Ht., Houth Tacomn,
Wash., member of Ladles of tho
"Tlireo months ago I had nn
attack ot Mllousnets which
threatened to undermine my health and
strength. Luckily forme, I tried Peru -
n..lll.n.i,nil 9 -1 i-i.
.... inunumtiuuvi I1IJ II1UUUS UVIUrO
It was too Into.
"I found In ft few days time that I did
not liavolho usual scA-icniacic, nolth
?r did fooil nauseate mo any longer. In
two w coks' tlmo Peruna had completely
rid my system n'f the poison and bile,
audi was in n much bettor condition,
My skin assumed Its normal color. I had
a splendid appetite, and I was In every
way Improved in health. I used Pnruna
for a month longer, nnd It wrought n
wondrous chnngo in my entlrosrstein. I
consider It a most n ondertul medicine. "
Mrs. J. C. .lamlson, (II Marchant Ht.,
Walsonvlllc, t'al., writes:
"I was troubled with crnmps In the
stomach for six ycar, I tried many
kinds of medicine, also wns treated by
threo doctors. They said that I hail
nerxous dyspepsia, I was put on n
liquid diet for threo months. I im
proved under tho treatment, but as soon
as I stopped taking tbo medicine, I got
bad again. I look thu medicine for two
yenrs, thou I got sick ngnln nnd gavoup
all hopes of.geltlug Lured.
"I saw a testimonial of n man whoso
cnsowasslnillar lo mine being cured by
l'cruna, ro I thought 1 would glvo it n
trir.l. 1 procurid a bottlo nt onco nnd
commcncid Inking it. I havo taken
nineteen lmttlis and nm entirely cured.
Have gained in strength and llesli and
feel llkon different perron,
"I U'lluvo Peruna Is all that is claimed
sail for tho Coast next week, where
she will Join her husband, Captain Hob
orison, who was on tho Tennetseo with
tho Pacific Kket, coffee and Hipi'ius
were served on the latial, and agree
ublo coiiveisnllou made the minutes
lly. Those present weie Mis WiiKei
Prear, Mis. Atkins, Mis. Mi Crow. Mr"
Charles Wilder, Mrs IMiks. Mlsi
rrear, Mis. ilrnest Watoihoiiso Mis
Hoinlierger, Mih. Holt, Mrs. I'msier,
Mrs. Kllcn Weaver, Mis Wilghtson.
Miss llardway, Mis. Alexander 11
An engagement of luieiest Is
following: Mr. und Mrs. K. .1.
vino of Philadelphia tinnnutico
engagement ot their daughter Hvi
.Mrs. Thnniau W. (Irllllths, Jr.,
Dallas, Texas. MIm l.aviun will
M'liicmhercil as tho pretty gill who
visited Mis. A. I.ovvla a few years ago
anil was tho icclplcnt of much atten
tion fiom tho young society set.
Mr. mid Mis. P. M. Dutch givo 11
dinner 011 Mmch flint ut their reil
deiieo In Washington, D. C. ill lui'ioi
of HoprcHciitiitlvo ami Mis Ncedlrim
Hcptesi'iitallvo and Mis Wiirdell, Hep
ii'siiilallve and Mn.. Illgglnii. Col. 1111 1
Mrs llarwi'O'l, .luilr" and Mm Sl'il
foid. Mi. mid Mix. Ceorgo McCle'lan
Mis VUlor Collins, who Iiub been
III roi a niniiMi at tho Minna Hotel,
Is only Just nhlo to go out
in 10 Vols. He-
i i y
it ... ,
Catarrh of Head.
.Joseph Vltlur, fiTO-J Krlo HI.,
Austin Hta., Chicago, III., writes:
"Your medicine, f'crupa, nas of
great benefit to me. 1 suffered w Ills
catarrh of tho nose mid head for m my
years. Three bottlcsof l'cruna cured
me, nftcr I had consider d it l.upoi
elblo to over lie oiircd again.
"1 now nlvvnys Keep Peruna In lb"
house, and recommend It to evuy
ono suffering from catarrh. A soon
nsonoof my children commence to
cough 1 glvo them l'cruna, and their
cough is soon gone.
llils incdlcino is surely ft grcnt
Imjoii to suffering humanity."
Pc-ru-na the Tamily Doctor.
Mrs. M. K. Seymour, 11. 1". I).!!, IIovv
man, (la., writes:
"I nm ready tn speak n few word? In
favor of Peruna nnd Mnnnllu. I have
tried them foriioartycvtryillof llfo Tor
myself nnd family, nnd Hud them to ha
all the doctor claims Ihcin lobe. Peru
uacurcd muof Internal troublcwlunx 1117
doctor could not,
"My mlvico to nil suffering women Is,
consult Dr. Hnrtman. Whathohusdonu
for mo ho will do for you." 1
Mile. Alhlna Chauvin, No. no lino
Agnes, Ht. Henri, Montreal, Can nil.
writes that sho considers l'cruna Is-tior
thnunny other remedy, ns it curid her
vv nen nothing else could. Hho sulTcrcd
for years with heart trouble, headaches
and weakness. Sho tried Peruna. Ono
bottlo produced n chnngo. Hhd took six
bottles and is entirely cured.
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