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SOCIETY WOMEN m mi beauty and. health to PE-RU-NA. 11
There Arc a i Million Women Now AilingWho Should Remember That Peruna Is an infallible Specific jSHST! 1 fl
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fitg Tine the Best Seaaon of the
Ttar to Treat Chronic Catarrh.
withstanding1 that e. Great Nuxa
kr o( People Have Been Cured of
Ctronic Catarrh by Taking
J Pe-rn-na During the Past
f Cold Stoson.
It Cannot be Denied That the
Mi, Wet, Stormy "Weather Has
t Hfltorded Many Cures.
, b Some Cases, Actually Jre-
vented a Cure.
&INGTIME has come at last, and
0Tls the time for all catarrh suf- .
in lo bsgln a systematic course of
for this disease. The greatest
wltyln the way of treating chronic
Is that the patient le bo liable
tta cold during the treatment and
iilay a cure.
V liability at this season of the
fA in a great measure, removed.
l,B one should neglect the opportu
Is acknowledged by everyone
, tot only reliable and unfailing
' catarrh wherever It may be lo
. J16" you tak Ponma you are
rlmentlng with an unknown
pffiPUBLlCAN CITY " COAIUMAM
1 0P THE MOST ACTIVE OF
?S YOTTNQ PARTY "WORKERS
P HAVE "WON THEIR
BS Df SALT LAKE.
t C LOOFBOUROW, one of
m08t aCUV yUnEr RePUDH-
i of Utah and a prominent
LT?tV' hM "cently been
Pdrroan of the Republican city
ftihi . Whlch Pltlon he was
Wtorlty to choo hie. own sec
Vert-tday announced the
ard tParle" Whltc- of th
bVmr1 p?8lUon Mr Lof"
ftVca5Sen"y mentioned as a
ri? J? datt for th,i nomination
mty nPracUclne hls Profession
Judtfr tIp with his
(gfLoofbourov,-, for several
1 Cure for Indigestion.
?fberIaln'B Sl0 and
4yui(ir 1,ldlcaln and find
PCV htLVC 0Ver-tried
Ifa m a , lny dlffent reme-
m2 flay-nc yeam of
iT a ereat dl from
t( nowl1 alm03t anK
Kail. A1, w- Emory,
t,, Fr wl by all ieud-
" UE, 22S Rich
mond street, "West, Toronto, Can
"I have been troubled with catarrh al
most ever since I can rernmber. About
five years ago It settled In the middle
ear, causing great difficulty In hearing-.
I am lnded trrateful to suy that throe
bottles of Peruna relieved me ao great
ly that I felt encouraged to continue Its
use. After taking1 eleven bottles more
I was entirely and permanently cured.
I had spent hundreds of dollars on bot
tles of medicine without relief, while
$14 Bpent for Peruna. cured me within
a few short weeks."
A Cold in the Head or Throat is Al
most Certain to Develop Into Ca
tarrh if Neglected.
CATARRH usually begins as a cold
In the head or throat and Is neg
lected until It becomes chronic; then
it begins to dawn on the victim that he
haB catarrh. Unless ho Is very foolish
indeed he will not rest easy until the
catarrh Is entirely cured. Thousands
pay no attention to It until It Is too
If Peruna Is used the cold never be
comes " chronic, and hence catarrh Is
prevented. But after catarrh has be
come thoroughly established, Peruna
will cure It, but It will take much
Men and women of national reputa
tion, as well as thoueands In the
humbler walks of life publicly endorse
Peruna. Peruna docs all that Is
claimed for It. It cures catarrh.
Fred C. Loofbourow.
years, with the exception of the time
spent as assistant County Attorney un
der P. P Chrlstenpcn. He was tho
recipient of many congratulations yes
terday, A German locomotive has been set up
In the World's fair Palace of Transpor
tation as an exhibit. It made cighty
two miles an hour in a speed . test in
East St. .Louis. This engine 1ms no
THE FIRST STAGE OF CATARRH.
A Serious Mistake Which Thousands
THE first stage of catarrh is what Is
commonly known as "catching
cold." It may be in the head, nose,
throat or lungs. Its beginning Is some
times so severe cs to cause a chill and
considerable fever, or It may be so slight
as to not hinder a person from his usual
business. In perhaps a majority of
cases Httlo or no attention Ib paid to
the first stage of catarrh, and hence it
Is that nearly one-half of the people
havo chronic catarrh In some form.
To neglect a. cold Is to Invite chronic
catarrh. As soon as anyone discovers
the first symptoms of catching cold he
should at once begin the use of Peruna
according to directions on the bottle,
and the cold Is sure to pass away with
out leaving any bad effects.
Unless this is done the cold Is almoBt
sure to end In the second stage of ca
tarrh, wjilch Is making so many lives
miserable. If Peruna was taken eveny
time one has a cold or cough chronic
catarrh would be practically an un
MSS LORETTA "WALL; 3G0 N. Dale
St., St. Paul, Minn., writes: "Last
spring I had a very severe case of ca
tarrh of the stomach and bowels. I took
three bottles of Peruna and found my
self gaining very quickly in every way."
Miss Lorelta "Wall.
MSS ELLEN CRAWLEY, 2il S.
Madison ave., La Grange, 111.,
"For years I had been a sufferer with
catarrh of the throat and larnyx. I got
hoarse on the slightest provocation, and
my voice became weak and tired very
easily. I could not talk for any length
of time, and it was very annoying. I
was very much discouraged, as nothing
seemed to help me urlll a friend per
suaded "hie to give Peruna a trial. I did
not hav? much contldence In It, as
everything else had failed me. but I
tried It just to please my friend. My
delight, therefore, may be Imagined
when I began to Improve at once, and I
have kept right on improving until my
voice Is strong and I am never hoaree
now. Peruna has done a great deal for
me." Miss Ellen Crawley. '
MRS. W. WASHBURN, 123 S. Vil
lere St., New Orleans, La., Finan
cial Secretary of Camp No. 2, Sons and
Daughters of America, also Recording
Secretary of the Lady Standard Mutual
Benevolent Association, is a lady of
prominence of that place. She writes:
"La3t spring I caught a severe cold, be
ing repeatedly exposed to wet In our
rainy Boason. It settled all over me, and
In a few days I had chills and fever,
with Inflammation and headache, so
that I was unable to be about. I had
one of your booklets In my home, and
had read In an Indifferent way of the
value of Peruna, but when I became
alck I thought about It and sent for
some. 1 found It truly wonderful. It
simply hunted out every sick and ailing
place in my body and within a week I
was well. I Ufced it about two weeks
longer, and havo been In the best of
health since." Mrs. W. Washburn.
'stands high i the students
OGDEN BOY CHOSEN PRESIDENT
OF THE TJ. OF TJ. STUDENT
BODY HAS A GOOD RECORD.
ABOVE is the picture of John C.
Brown, who was elected president
of the University student body
for the ensuing yt-ar at the gen
eral election held laet Wednesday.
President Brown la a native of Ogden,
In which place he was born on April
1877. After graduating from the Ogdcn
public fchools he entered the Ogden
high school, from which he withdrew
In his Junior year. While at school here
he distinguished himself both In the
study room and on the gridiron. After
withdrawing from school he engaged In
railroad work, but later retired from
this line of work to accept th'e manage
ment of the Broom hotel.
Mr. Brown entered the University
last fall as a freshman In the engineer
ing courre. Although of a retiring dis
position, he immediately fell Into favor
with his fellow engineers, who elected
him secretary and treasurer of the Uni
versity of Utah student body at the
election held last fall.
He fllled this ofilco to advantage, and
fiAYGR MORRIS VETOES
BILL OF P, J. (V10RAN
Mayor Morris has vetoed- the resolu
tion adopted by. the City Council al-
John C. Brown.
the result was his recent election to the
lowing the bill of P. J. Moran for plac
ing tho heating system In the new city
Jail on the ground floor that only 37J5
has been deducted by the contractor for
his failure to put In a smoke consumer,
whereas the consumer provided for in
the contract would have cost ?1030. By
CATARRH OF LUNGS.
Is Generally tho Result of a Neg
lected Cold Pe-ru-na Curos
Coughs, Colds and Ca
tarrh. CATARRH of the lungs Is, ordinarily, J
known as consumption; also called j
tuberculosis. In these cases the ca-1
tarrh has usually found its way into
the lungs by the gradual extension of
the disease from the throat through the
bronchial tubes. Consumption Is the
natural termination of all cases of neg
lected chronic catarrh. Every one who
Is uffllcted with chronic catarrh Is
liable to be attacked with consumption
at any time. In the first stages of tho
dlseaso Peruna is a sure cure; In the
later stages of tho disease Peruna can
be relied upon to produce great benefit,
and In a large per cent of cases produce
a permanent cure. All those affllctad
with this dread disease should begin at
onco treatment with Peruna.
A slight cough, which, without a ves
tige of doubt, would Boon disappear
with the use of Peruna, becomes chron
ic bronchitis, which requires a persist
ent use of Peruna for some time. There
are a great many cases of consumption
every year duo dlrcotly to neglect of
cougs, colds, etc.. which, If Peruna had
beon kept In the house and used accord
ing to directions, would have been pre
vented. MRS. L. EL CLAUDER, 69 North
Eleventh street. Newark, N. J.,
writes: "Peruna has done for me what
much medicine of various klndB did not
seem to touch. I shall keep It on hand
and whenever I take a cold, as one fre
quently doos, I will ubo it. I am in all
respects now well. Appetite good, sleep
well and system regular."
leaving the Item out of his eytlmate
Moran was able to underbid the con
tractors who sought the work, and, af
ter getting the contract In this man
ner he proposed to make It right with
I he city by deducting what the con
sumer would cost.
PLAN ADOPTED FOR
BRIGHAM STREET PAVING
After a controversy lasting for more
than a year the Streets committee of
tho City Council haB agreed, upon a
plan for the paving of BrLgham street
between State and Second East streets.
At a meeting of the committee held yea
terday afternoon the proposition of City
Engineer Snow was approved.
Under this plan the ctreet car lines
and driveways will be on the same level
In the middle of the street. From the
edge of the sidewalk on the south Bide
of the atreet there will be a goutlo slope
for twelve feet up to the pavement, und.
on the north side, a more abrupt slope
will rise from tho pavement a diatance
of twenty feet to the sidewalks. B
street will be entered by meano of two
curving drives from the east and west.
The recommendation will bo unani
mous and the Council will now find its
way clear to tho commencement of the j
St. Louis and Return, Via Chicago,
Over the Oreson Short Line and Un
ion Paclfle railroads from Salt Lake.
Sixty days. limit. Tuesdays and Fri
days each week. See all Short Line
MTSS MARGARET FAHEY. 40
Adams stret. Troy, N. T.. writes:
"We have used Peruna in our family
for yearo and I am pleased to say that
It cured me of catarrh of the lunco
when th3 doctors gave up all hope of
my recovery. I vned Peruna for six
months and at the end of that time my
cough had disappeared, my appetite
was much better and I had gained ten
poundB and looked the picture of health.
I am In perfect health now and feel
that Peruna not only cures catarrh, but
builds up tho system, and is therefore a
grand medicine." Miss Margret Fahey.
The best cure or preventative known
to the medical profession up to date for
catarrh In all its conditions is Peruna.
During the uncertain weather of spring
time la an unnecessary hazard for any
one to neglect to guard himself from
taking disease, by taking Peruna.
MRS. VIOLA MARSHALL, 420
West Mason St., Springfield, 111.,
writes: "Two months ago when I
Bought your advice and you told me that
I was suffering from systemic ca
tarrh, I had gotten so bad that I could
not bear the Jolt of walking and had to
lie down most of the time. I began
taking your Peruna and now I feel like
a new woman. I can walk just as far
as I please without feeling any fatigue
and I have taken only three bottles of
Peruna. I shall never cease praising
Peruna nor thanking Dr. Hartman for
his kind advice." Mrs. Viola Marshall.
Peruna Is of national famo as a ca
tarrh remedy. It Is the only Internal,
systomic catarrh remedy known to
the medical profession. It makes dis
eased mucous membranes healthy,
whether It le the mucous membrane
lining the hose, throat, lungs, stomach,
kldnc3'B or pelvic organs.
Carrying Out tho Simile.
"Ahl" sighed the romantic lady as she
and her ei?cort stood at the top of tho
tobog-gan slldo at Montreal, "how much
love resembles tobogganing! At first
there Is the pondering over tho choice
of a mate; then the settling down and
coming to an understanding as to the
rules of tho game, and then together the
MISS MARTHA KAPLANSKY. ' j b.H
President "Sokol" club, 1538 West j L'
ICth aU. Chicazo, 111., writes: ' , ! f '
"My health was in such a state that i ( f,
my frienda were alarmed over my con- ' jj ;
ditlon. I doctored and took nearlj i ff
everything that way recommended to I '
me, but nothing seemed to have any ef- j ' il
feet on me until I look Peruna. My ' ' jj Jj
lunss were in a weak condition, were 1 I .,
oore all the time, end the slightest cold ' '
would settle there. I was scarcely ever j
free from pain, and had lost 'much In I V
weight. My physician advised a change I 1
of climate, and I was about to co awayj ( ,1 jH
when I was persuaded, to try Peruna, I' i 'H
began to Improve with the first 'bottle, ; 'I
and kept steadily improving until I was ' I
well. I also gained In weight, and feel it r'
like my old self again." Miss Martha j tj j
Kaplanoky. , !
MRS. JUDGE J. F. BOYER. .82 '
Davis St., Evanston, 111., says: -uIf: ' ' iH
any one has reason to praise Pe-i
run a It is surely myself. Last spring il ,'
became bo run down from the sariout' if- J
effects of a lingering cold that several' .
complications' united in pulling rn 31 1 )
down. I could neither eat nor sleep well: ' r,;
and lost fles-h and spirit. I finally tried j
Peruna, and It did wonders for me. In j J
two weeks I was like another person, i 'H
and in a month I felt better than I havt 1 ,
ever done before. I thank Peruna for . j ' ,
new life and strength." '"Jj, vM
If 3'ou do not derive prompt and satis-i 1 ' . '
factory results from the use of Peruna. ' . i
write at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving xu-1 , j
full statement of your case, and he will ( I ,
be pleased to give you his valuable ad f
vice gratis. j i I !'
Address Dr. Hartman, President of ' , .
The Hartman Sanitarium. Columbus, O.j
happy couplo sail far, far away, think-j
ing of nothing except the delight andl 1 ,
joy of being- together." J
"Yes," answered her practical escort; H
"and then comes marriage." " 'u 1 i
"Oh, yes," she simpered. Hf(
'Yes, then comes marriage. That con- j '
slsts in pulling the toboggan up hill I
with the girl on the toboggan. I '' ' ! uM
There was no thaw that day. Ju&ga. . '
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) for we aro turning them out at a live- D i ' i "
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I CT1. friends, and so the goodnesa of our B J ( 'jf j IH
I iLOjt ' suits spreads, until everybody is jj 'L ll
1 'M j talking about our S j ( j 1
t1 GOOD CLOTHES. i
l It -would please us exceedingly to have you call and- see the new J ;! 'j
SPRING SUIT BEAUTIES. Come, 3eo what SIO, $18, S15, SIS up J j r:lflH
to S30 will do here in the way of suit-buying. j j' ):'')HH
l One-Priced Clothiers, 45-4.7 Main St. Ji j j I