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HI The Salt Lake Tetbtjkb: Sxinuat Mokning, jSIaech 13 1904. K I
i HEAVY JUDGMENT
I FOR JOHN JONES
H Verdict of S6O00 Against tho Street
R Railway Company for Injury In-
H fiicted. Upon Plaintiff.
W Judgment for ?G000 damages was
rS lawarded to John Jones In his suit
fj against tho Consolidated Hallway and
l-H Power company by tho Jury which ro-
Jri turned a sealed verdict In the District
CjJ court yesterday. The plaintiff nought
W to recover 515.100 for personal Injuries
R J sustained while in the employ of tho
V defendant company as a conductor, It
I was alleged In the complaint that the
, J plaintiff on October 14. 1001, was
A thrown from his car and severely In-
1 - Jured, tho accident being- duo to alleged
), negligence of the defendant.
Ifj . Virginia iiining coiipan"y;
i DEPENDANT IN A SUIT
Si ' Tho Virginia Mining company et al.
: aro mado defendants In an action
I , brought In the District court yesterday
by N. Albert Sherman, who seeks to
I ( have a resclslon made of the purchase
S'j f stock In tho above company and
tvj asks Judgment In the sum of $1125. Tho
i plalntlfT alleges that ho was Induced to
t purchase stock to ' the abovo amount
v " upon representations made to him by
' W. A. Byers. president of tho com-
1 pany. The president Is alleged to have
I mado false and fraudulent represonta-
I ' lions In regard to the number of claims
yfe. I owned by the company and also as to
tho value of the ore blocked out.
IB Vl LpWIS AM JOHNSON
Wfj l PLEAD NOT GUILTY
K4 ' Ed Lowla and Carl Johnson,
P 'Ik . ill charged with grand larceny for, the
JJHP:! tneft of 5200 from Domenlco Massa on
3 A March 4th, entered pleas of not guilty
d i to tl10 Informations against them In the
36B j District court yesterday. The trial of
.'TrHi tho case was sot for Monday, March
:jUl 2lri an3 Attorney Russell C. Schulder
iJJHWi 'u'aH 'Appointed by Judge Morso to de-
yfjBl jj1 fend the prisoners.
;'K";r Rj In another Information Lewis was
'NKlS'l charged with burglary for tho alleged
&uHjj( J theft of some goods from a room In tho
CHJk Occidental lodging-house on March 2nd.
mBm II H,s plca waa not EuHLy and the trial
aHTT fi of the action was set for tho samo time
&Wmm '! 113 tho former.
! SUITS TRANSFERRED
TO FEDERAL COURT
John C. Dugan filed suit yesterday in
the Federal court to foreclose on se
curities held by him for a loan of $23,
000 mado In 1D02 to tho Bingham and
Eastern Copper company.
Tho eult was originally filed In tho
' JThlrd District court, but was yesterday
transferred to the United States Clr
juij. court In equity,
'forward B. Grover. as receiver for the
I Norttt- American Savings, Loan and
7 Bullpfng association, began suit yester
day to have the affairs of the above
company closed up in accordance with
the decrees handed down in the princl
sota.8Ult WhlCh Was brouSht In Mlnne
The suits were brought against Rose
A. Hall and William P. Hart, and tho
plaintiff asked that a receiver be ap
pointed to collect rents and attend to
the business until tho period of re
demption shall have expired.
Judgment In favor of the defendant
in tho case of J. B. Buzzo vs. Salt Lake
5yaVcndered by Ju3 Lewis in
tbp District court yesterday.
District Judge Lewis yesterday en
, ,for J3o and Interest In tho case of
Isephl Y. Schofield vs. Brlgham Sellers.
Suit to recover S419, alleged to be due
on a promissory note, was brought by
William F. Nelson against W. S. Nay
daryet aK in th0 Dl8trlct curt yester
In tho District court yesterday tho
Utah Lumber company filed suit
against Mark R Erlckson and A. C
Ralney to collect ?232.75, alleged to be
owing for bulldlni; material furnished
by the plaintiff to the defendants.
Suit for divorce was filed In the Dis
trict court yesterday by Gertrude Ests
against Harry Estes on the ground of
non-support. The couple were married
June 1, 1S0S and have one child, the cus
tody of which la asked by the plaln
t P. M. Gurnesy filed suit In tho Dis
trict court yesterday against Anna
Peters, administratrix of the estate of
Max A. Petors. deceased, to recover
?502.07. alleged to be owing to tho
plaintiff from the partnership of Otto
'Glaser and the deceased. It is alleged
that tho partnership Is Insolvent, as Is
Also Glaser. and that Judgment there
fore bo mado against the defendant.
She aprlicatlon for a writ of habeas
corpus made by James H. Clark, serv
ing a four-year term In the penitentiary
' for grand larceny, was denied by Dls-
' trlct Judge Morse yesterday. The de
fendant asked for the petition on tho
IhtM ground that he was convicted of the
' abovo crime while hi3 brother was
jfl found guilty of receiving stolen prop-
'H ierty. Tho petition was argued some
time a-?o and taken under advisement
by tho court.
, :-H Tho Golden Jubilee of tho Hum-
pliroys' Homeopathic Medicine
iB ' t Company 1854-1904.
Hffj9 i To celebrate tho fiftieth anniversary
rPuM ' of the existence of Humphrey's Speci-
OtTsH ' 0cs' Company has published a Ju-
urJH blleo Edition of Dr. Humphrey's Spe-
W clflc Manual for tho administration of
uH riiVidlcine and tho cure of disease. This
book of 144 pages covers a wide scope
Hl a complete treatise on medicine In con-
fc. dense'd form. It is printed on hlghly-
ML , calendered paper and bound In gray
JH ' cloth. ' Contains a life-like picture of
HH the author. A single copy will be
H mailed free on application to Hum-
T phreys Horn. Med. Co., N. W. Cor. Wil-
BHPH Ham and John streets, New York. N.
fT AM I Y. World.
frf. i Millinery opening in new spring styles
anil J on Wednesday and Thursday at tho
L -TlJ ' Women's Co-op., 51-53 South Main St.
' AT HOME ONCE MORE.
'Vfll In out new warerooms at Gl and 53
jH I south Main street. Our line of pianos
kjdB and organs is eecond to none in Utah.
FH1 ' Our prices aro right and tenna easy.
A-MB ' I Our latchstrlng Is alwai-a out. Van-
jmH pant and Chamberlain, 51 and 53 South
German Evangelical corvlco at tho East
Side Baptist church, Third South and Sov
enth East. Sunday-school. 2 p. m. Preach
ing, 3 p. m. All our German friends,
strangers and calldron aro cordially In
vited. Rov. G, A. Zlmmer, pastor. Real
denco, S23 East Second South.
Pirst Unitarian Society.
Services will be held today at Uni
ty hall. 110 South Second East, at 11 a, m.
Tho Rev. W. H. Fish. Jr., pastor. Sub
Joct of Bermon, "Novel Reading." An
ihem by Unity nuortctto. "1 Will Magnify
Theo" will bo sung by Miss Larson and
Miss Harley. Sunday-school and Emer
son class at 12:16. Sunday evonlng lecturo
at 7:00. Prof. Bennlon of tho Stato Uni
versity will give a talk on "Coylon," Illus
trated by stereontlcon views. Seats free.
All invited. Unity circle meeting on
Wednesday afternoon at 2.30.
First Methodist Episcopal church. Third
South street, near Main, Benjamin Young,
pastor Services at 11 a. m. and 7:S0 p. m.
Morning topic, "How Many Loaves Havo
Ye?" Evenlnjr subject, "Man tho Object
of Dlvino Solicitude," Sunday-school at
9:5 a. m. Epworth league at 6:30 p, m.
All are cordially Invltod.
Liberty Park M. E. church Sunday
achool at 10 a m. A Tracy, superintend
ent. Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject, "Tho
Christian of the Proscnt Century-" Class
meeting at 12 noon. Junior league at 3:30
S. in. Harriett Lanoy, superintendent
ong service at 5:15, and preaching at 5:30
p. m. Subject, "A Wlso Choice " Ep
worth leaguo at C:S0 p. m. A cordial lnvl
tlon to both frlonds and strangers. Louis
R. Bailey, pastor.
Second M. E. ohurch, Fourth East and
Galena, W. B Burton, pastor Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 7:0) p. m. by tho pastor.
Morning Eormon, followed by communion
service; Sunday-school at 10 a. m. Ellis
Jayno, supeilntendent. Junior leaguo at 3
p. m.; Epworth league, 6M5 p. m.; praycr
mcetlng Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. A cor
dial welcomo to tho nubile.
Ullf M. E. church, Ninth East and First
South Preaching in tho morning by tho
pastor, D. M. Holmlck. Subject. "Vic
torious Runners." In tho evening Mrs. E.
E. Wood, assisted by tho pastor and choir,
will glyo an hour of hymn, song ana
study. Morning service at 11 o clock.
Evening service at 7:30. Sunday-school at
10 a. m. Epworth leaguo at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer-meeting Wednesday evening. You
will bo given a cordial welcomo to each
of these services. Ladles' Aid aoclety will
meet with Mrs. T. R. Ellorbeck, SI K
street, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Hymn, song and study, Sunday ovenlng
pragromme at Illff M. D. church. "Come,
Let Us Tune Our Loftiest Song," oholr
and congregation; prayer; "Como Yo Dis
consolate." choir and congregation; scrip
ture reading; "Love Divine All Love Ex
celling." choir and congregation; "Just Ab
I Am." solo. Mrs. E. E. Wood; "There's
a Wldeness In God's Mercy," choir; "Lead,
Kindly Light," malo quartetto, Orvoy
Post, Steven McMurrln. Henry Burmester,
Harry Goodwin. "Abide With Mo," solo,
Miss Lenoro Morse; "God Moves in a
Mysterious Way," oholr; "Jesus and Shall
It Ever Be," solo, Miss Kathryn Riddle;
"Oh, Thou in Whoso Presonco Mv Soul
Takes Delight," choir; male quartetto; "O,
God, Our Help In Ages Past," choir and
congregation; announcements; "Blest Bo
the Tlo That Binds," choir and congregation.
First Baptist church, Second South and
Second West, the Rov. D. A Brown, pas
torPreaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.;
Sunday-scliool at 13:15. F. J. Lucas, su
perintendent. B, Y. P. U. at 6.30 p. ra.
Subject, "Appotltcs That Unmako Men."
Leader, Miss Pearl Daley. Monday oven
lng at 8 o'clock, tho young ladles' bureau
Biblo class. Tuesday evening at S o'clock,
the Young Men's Darke club. Wodnosday
evening at 7:S0, mid-week prayer-mcctlng.
A welcomo to alL
Burlington Mission chapel, Indiana ave
nue and Navajo street Sunday-school at
3:30 p. m. G. J. Badcrtschor, superintend
ent, Friday evening servlco at 7:20.
Rio Grande Mission chapel. Second
South, between Ninth and Tenth West-Sunday-school
at 10 a. m. Gcorgo Paul,
East Side Baptist church, Third South
and Seventh East, F. Barnett, pastor
Regular services at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p.
m. ; Sunday-school at 12:15 p. m.; Young
Pooplo's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Mld-wccR
prayer-meeting on Wednesday evonlng at
7:30. A welcomo to all.
Calvary Baptist church, C. O. Boothc,
pastor Services: At 11 a, m.. miscellane
ous servlco: at 7:30 p. m., preaching, text,
John 14, 1-3, subject, "Faith tho Remedy
for Troubled Heart." Frlonds ore earn
estly requested to attend the lecturo on
Booker Washington's school, to occur on
the evening of tho 17th mst. In Federation
of Labor halL
SL Mark's cathedral, the Very Rev.
Jnmes B. Eddio, B. D dean Holy com
munion, 7:20 a. m.; Sunday-school, 9:45 a,
m.; ULany, ante-communion and seventh
of a series of sermons on "Christianity
and Evolution Evolution and Miracles'
11 a, m.; Bible class, 4 p. m.; evening
prayer and address. 'Tho Problem of
poverty ana woaitn, t:so p. m. The pub
lic Ih cordially invited to attend tho ser
vices. St. Peter's chapel Sunday-school. 3
St. Paul's church. Main and Fourth
South, tho Rev. Charles E. Perkins, B. D.
rector Services: Holy communion, 8 a.'
m.; 6unday-school, 8:45 a. m.; morning
prayer and sermon, "Tho Children of
God." 11 a. m.; ovenlng prayer and ser
mon, "Tho Struggle for Bread," 7:30 p. m.
Strangers and x-lsltors aro cordially wel
comed. All seats free.
St. John's chapel, Perkins addition, tho
Rov. Charles L. Perkins, mlnlstor-ln-chargc;
Mr. B. W. E. Jennens, lay reador
Sunday-school at 2:45 p. m. Evening
prayer and sermon at 4 p. m. Servlco
Thursday ovcnlngs at 8 o'clock. Everybody
Fourth Sunday In Lent. Sorvico In Ger
man 3 p. m., Sundny-uchool, 3 p. m. at
Swedish church, corner Second South and
Fourth East streets. Sen-lees In English
on Palm Sunday at samo hour and placo
of worship. Tho Jugendvorcln meets on
Tuesday ovenlng at 8 o'clock at &S3 South
Second WcsL A cordial Invitation to at
tend our services is hereby extended to
all. J. R. Gruobnor, pastor, C-17 South Soc
Central Christian churoh, corner Third
East and Fourth South streets Dr T W
Plnkerton preaches at 11 a. m. and 7--1G
P. m. The choir will Blng "Babylon" at
morn,nK servlco and a chorus from
Tho Holy City" at tho evening service.
Sunday-achool at 12:30 p. m.; Christian
-Lndoavor at C:30 p. m.; Junior Endeavor
ut ,P,' F1- Tuesday. Prayer eervlco. 8 p.
m. W ednesday. All aro Invited to at
tend tbeso scrvlceo.
First Congregational-Public servlcoo at
11 o clock. Sormon by tho pastor, Rov.
Elmer I. Goshen. Sunday-school at 12:E
young people's meeting at 6:15. Publio
cordially Invited to all services.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of
Lattor-day Saints Services In mission
chapel, 'SIS East Second South, uo follows
Sabbath-scliool at 10 a, m.; sacrament at
11; preaching at 7 p. m.; Scandinavian
meeting at 5 p. m.
Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran
church. Fourth East, botwecn Fourth and
Fifth South Sunday services at 10:50 a m.
in English, and 4 p. m. in Norwegian.
You aro cordially invited to attend. A. G
H. Overn, pastor.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, 333
East Third South Sunday-school at 9:45
a. m. Church Bcrvico at U u, m., subject,
"Matter." Each Wednesday evening at
Thero Is on air of loneliness up at Ft.
Douglas that depresses the visitor and
leads ono to suspect that tho fort, is de
serted. Thero ore but 20) men thcro at
thl3 time, members of tho light artillery,
and these movo about very much like thoy
wcro suffering a great grlof. Tho re
moval of tho Twelfth Infantry a short
time ago mado a great .change In tho
spirit of the fort, and tho soldiers remain
ing would almost welcomo the colored
regiment at this time.
Charles Botha feels that ho has not been
given a fair shake by tho newspapers.
Ho says that prejudlco and misrepresen
tation has entered Into his case until it is
Impossible for tho people to tako an hon
est view of It Botha hopes to obtain a
new trial for his life but how that end
will bo reached he has no Idea. Ho now
declares that ho did not Intentionally kill
his wlfo but ho maintains that he was
fully Justtncd In killing her friend. An
attempt will bo mado to securo his re
leaso through tho operations of a writ of
Deputy Warden Wright of the Stato
prison, and ono of tho best prison offi
cials In tho West, has an organization in
the prl3on of which he may well feel
proud. Ho has. for months, In fact, been
tho head of the prison, because of the
long illness nnd tho death of former War
den Dow. Ho has thoroughly informed
himself on prison management and tho
harmony and skill manifested at tho
prison shows that he Is a very capable
NO HUBNACE UNDEB YOU.
Kro Protection in New Constitution
Tho first thought in remodeling tho
Constitution block, under the direction
of the present owners, McGurrln & Co.,
investment bankers, was that govern
ing all possible protection from Arc.
And, when completed, this line oillce
building will be as nearly flro proof as
It Is possiblo to make It The heating
plant is not In the building, but en- ,
tirely away from It, in a separate
'building, so all danger from defective
flues and other similar fire causes, has
been absolutely eliminated. This Is
the only ofilco building In the olty"vhere
this is the case, that is to say, where
thero Is no danger from the heating
plant, no matter what may happen.
The vaults on each floor for the use of
the tenants are fire and burglar-proof,
and any inflammable material used In
the reconstruction of tho block will be
the minimum amount necessary In the
Improvements. When you get an of
fice in this building the Insurance rate
will never be high.
It will stay till he pays. Our record
book Is not yet fulL
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts,
Top Floor Commercial Block,
Francis G. Luko, General Manager.
"Somo people don't like us."
o'clock a meeting Is held to listen to tho
testimonials of healing of both sin and
sickness. All aro wolcomo to thoso sor
vicce. Free reading-rooms opon dally 1
from 10 a. ra. to 6 p. m., In rooms C07-603 i
3cott-StroveU building. ICS Main street
First Presbyterian church, corner Second
East and Second South streets; w M
Padcn, D. D., pastor; John C. Lincoln as
sistant. Morning sorvico at 11 o'clock
"Ideals and Character." Sunday-school'
12-30 p. m. Junior Christian Endeavor
society, 4. Senior society, 0 5). Evening
Bcrvlce, 7:45; "Is Third Nephl a Fifth Gos
pel?" Tho publio Is cordially Invited to
Recently speaking of tho Botha case ho
said that it was his belief that nothing
Xurther could be done for tho prisoner un
der sentence, and that tho law would al
most certainly lnlllct tho supremo pun
ishment Under tho law3 of Utah tho Sheriff of
San Juan county will bo obliged to como
to the prison and take charge of tho exe
cution. The prison officials aro no moro
than custodians. In tho caso of Frank
Rose tho Sheriff of Salt Lako county will
havo to carry out tho order of tho court
In case there-13 no executive clemency,
or somo legal interference, both of the
prisoners now under Bcntonce of death will
bo nhot In tho east court of tho prison,
at which time all of tho prisoners will bo
locked In their cells.
Tho good tasto with which some of tho
State's prisoners decorate their cells Is a
matter of considerable comment by visit
ors. Somo of the little, narrow sleeping
quarters aro aB tidy as a lady's boudoir.
All kinds of dainty pictures and brlc-a-hrac
can bo seen and the beds are as
neatly spread as though somo feminine
hands had looked after them.
I One thing at tho Stato prison that
speaks for tho management and tho
hoalthfulncss of the placo Is tho absenco
of sickness. Thero has not been a pris
oner in the hospital In months nnd there
Is not at this time a slnglo convict on tho
sick list This, too. out of a population
of a few Bhort of 20a
! As a labor organization town Salt Lake
Is making como material strides. It la
said that within tho year there will bo,
almost If not quite, a doubling of the pres
ent membership. Tho Federation of La
bor hall Is becoming a busy placo and It
is said to havo attracted much of the at
tention of the worklngmon of tho valley.
"That building," remarked a mombor,
"shows tho man who tolls that there Is I
something substantial In our efforts to
help him, and the result is that there Is
a growing disposition of the laborer to In
quire Into tho organization plan."
How clever Sonator Hoar must be to
havo been ablo to convince tho Mormons
nnd tho protcstants, at the same tlmo,
that ho Is looking after Justice in tho in
vestigation. From tho standpoint of each
there is but one side that Is Just, but Sen
ator Hoar has so conducted himself as to
make the frlonds of Smoot. and thoso
who oppose the Junior member from
Utah, feel that ho Is on tho right sldo.
Thro' that grand State of Kentucky,
Where tho "Old Homo" got its name,
Whcro the fields aro overflowing
With tho yellow ripening grain.
Hero tobacco plants aro growing,
In tho fields not sown with corn.
Tobacco plants big as oactus
Just as suro as you aro born.
Yes, thoy'ro large as good-sized cactus, '
Larger In our home-llko view, ,
But it's of as fine a grado as
Is that old "Kentucky Dow."
Here all peoplo reap a harvest,
Money In bank from year to year.
: All tho green calamity howlers, .
! Lose their Jobs when thoy land hero.
Here tho "dry" ways aro tho highways,
Built high and dry from rains and Hood.
Here the "good roads delegation,"
Swear the roads aro sutt'nly good.
But of pikes and highways finest,
There's a "road" that suits my tasto:
TIs tho line of Solid Comfort,
And tho trains let no time waste.
From Su Louis thro' Kentucky,
Operates this road of class,
Across tho famous old "Green River
On Its roadbed smooth as glass.
Would you know what road I speak of 7
Listen then to my advice,
For you'll need It In your business,
On your trip to Paradise.
In your travels thro' Kentucky
Hustle; beat them under the wire,
"Get the Tlcndorson Route' habit"
"TIs a good one to acquire,
Jack "Hendorson" Gallagher.
Suppressed by Electricity.
A conductor on a street car In Port
land, Or., reduced a noisy drunken man
on his car to a Btato of decency In
about the cleverest manner which has
yet been reported. The man who had
been celebrating was seated at the end
of tho car and singing lustily, in spite
of the protests of the conductor and
passengers. Finally tho conductor
grasped him firmly by tho ear and tho
man collapsed in a heap. The con
ductor's other hand was on some part
of the electrical arrangements of the
car, and he had passed a heavy 6hock
into tho ear of tho Joyful ono,
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but remain half sick, will find Peruna
exactly suited to their case. There is
no remedy devised that will so quickly
and thoroughly dispel the disagreeable
and serious after-effects of la grippe as
La grippe has been so often epldecnlo
in this country that It has come to bo
an endomlc disease. Every winter we
have more or less of It. It Is difficult
to distinguish la grippe from a severe
cold. There are many points of simi
larity, the difference being mainly In
the after-effects, which can only be
averted by taking Peruna during the
acute stages of the disease.
Peruna is the acknowledged catarrh
remedy of the age. Dr. Hart-man, the '
oj J I frTZn'wj Pe-ru-na Not Only Cures tho )Grip (
nk UikvSfe System 111 a He
compounder of Peruna, has written a
book on the phases of catarrh peculiar
to women, entitled' "Health and
Beauty." It will be sent free to any ad
dress by tho Peruna Medlclno Co., Co
If you do not derive prompt nnd sat-
A T tho appearanco of the first syrop- f IH
toms of grip peoplo should stay In
dcora and take Peruna In small doses
(teaspoonful every hour) until the
symptoms disappear. This will prevent IH
a long, disastrous sickness and perhaps IH
"Without raising the dl&eus0hn ns to '
whether Ik grlppo la produced by a tipp- '
clflc microbe or not, o.t Kast this much IH
is certain and admlttoM by all, it will
produce chrrnlc cataxrh If not prompt
ly and prooerly curoo.
It leaves a porson bagganl, v.-eak, sal
low, frazzk-d-out, mucous membranes
all congestcdi, ppel!to changeable, dj
gentlon capricious and Just about e;np
ties life of all meaning or desirability ,
There Is no remedy In the world thct
meets the conditions produced by la
grippe better than the remedy, Peruna.
Peruna strengthens as It renovates,
ccothes while It stimulates, heals as It
Pe-ru-na Reaches the Source of Ca
tarrhal Diseases Unhealthy
It reaches the source of all &linscs
of the mucous membranes by Its action
on the vasa-motor system.
Every person who has had la grippe
during tho last year should take a
course of Peruna. No ono need expect
perfect recovery unless they do so. The
grip has produced catarrhal lnflamma
tlon of the whole mucous membrane
and good health Is Impossible until those
aro restored to a normal condition.
This Peruna will do. A great many
remedies have been suggested for this
condition from tlmo to tlmo but Peruna
appears to be the only remedy that has
any substantial value In these cases.
It has Etood the test of forty years'
experience and still occupies the unique
position of being the leading (if not the
only) specific remedy for the after-cf-fecta
of la grippe.
The Disag-reeablo After-Effects of La jH
Grippe Promptly Relieved
tIrs. T. TV. ' Col
lln?, Treasurer In
dependent Order of
f3ood Templars of
"After having a '
pevero attack oi IH
la grippe, I suffered IH
fn'Ith dyspepsia and 'H
had either to starve 'H
or suffer from what
Mrs. T.W.Collins. I vas eating." -"I
used Peruna and' I coukl eoon
eat regular meals with relish, my aye
tern was built up, my health returned j
and I havo remained in excellent !
Btrength and vigor now for over a H
Mrs. R. L. Brett, 1424 Holms street,
Kansas City, Mo., writes: "I feel It a :H
duty to 3ou and to others who may be iH
aflllcted llko myself, to speak for Pe- IH
runa. My trouble flrst came after la H
grippe eight or nine years ago a gath- H
erlng In my head and neuralgia. I auf
fered almost all the time. My nose,
csrs and eyes were badly affected for
the last two years. I think from your
description of pelvic catarrh that I must H
have had that also. Nothing ever re
lleved me like Peruna. It keeps me
from taking cold. With tho exception
of somo deafness I feel perfectly cured "
Epidemio Catarrh) but It Leaves the IH
? Mrs. J. T. La Barre, 451 S. Sallno St., Syracuee, N. Y writes: (
"Last winter I was completely prostrated from neglecting a
cold. Was unable to eat or sleop. Rheumatism, followed by la (
S grippe, left me nearly helpless. The doctors prescribed for me, but ( lf
( I did not seem to gain strength, so they advised me to go away and ) M
i try a change of climate. I could afford neither the time nor the p
money and so decided to try Peruna for a change, as I had heard 5
It spoken of very highly. I am pleasod to say that a complete s H
S change for the better set in almost as soon as I began using it. ? vA
s Gradually my pains lessened, my strength increased and within three ) H
J weoks I was fully restored." 2Irs. J. T. La Barro, S
lsfactory results from the use of Pc-
runa write at once to Dr. Hartman, H
giving a full statement of your case, IB
and he will bo pleased to give you his H
valuable advice gratis. IH
Address Dr. Hartman, President of IH
The Hartman Sanitarium. Columbus, O. H
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i&3! me when cured,
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