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MEMBERS OF BENEVOLENT AND SECRET SOCIETIES OF AMERICA
HARTMAN PRAISING TM-NA
bella Ellen Ba
voas, Lifo Gov?
ernor of the
- Grand Lodge of
J Free Mimons of
ing I contracted
a most persistent
cold. My head
ached, my ; ; eyes
und nose seamed
? 1 n g, and my
lungs wero Bore.
A druggist recom?
which cured me."
?Isabella E. Ba-,
Loyal Mystic Le
olon, of Min?
Mr. James . S.
Parks, 283 Endl
cott Building. St.
"I prize Peruna
for its healing
qualities In cases
of catarrh of the
B. O. Tucker,
pendent Order of j
oll Bluffs, la.,
"P etr u ? a has
been both doctor
chest at my moth?
er's homo .G o r
years. "We use It
nuce cssfully in
nnd stomach and '
B. O. Tucker,
Miss Dnde Stege
ent of the Chicago |
North Side Wo?
man's Club writes:
henn used by mem?
bers of our Club
for stomach trou?
ble, general de
b 111 t y and la
grippo with very
Miss Dado Stoge
Club, of Montana.
Miss Rose Cul
' len, President
Club, writes from
021 Galena Street,
Butte, Mont.: i
school I was ex
h a u s t o d from
over-study a ? ?
could neither eat
nor sloop, T w o
bottles of Peruna
Mr. Mathias Lelf,
R a ? k Cnthollo
Knight's of ?\merl
ca, . writes from
3327 ?. Clark St.,
Chicago, 111. i
"I havo used Pe?
runa for three years
as a . strengthen?
ing tonle and find
It valuable whon
the system gets
S Mathias Lelf. '
Independent Order of Good ' Templal's, of
Mrs. T, W. Collins, Treasurer I. O. ?.
T., of Everett, Wash,, has iiscd tho grnat
catarrh tonic. Peruna, for an aggravated
cose of dyspepsia. Sho writes:
"After having a nevero attack of la
grippe, I also suffered with dyspopsln.
After taking Peruna 1 could soon cat my
regular meals .with relish, my system
wan built, up, my health" returned, and I
hnve remained In excellent strength and
vigor now for over a year."?Mrs. T. "W.
I. O. O. F.
? Mr. Monroe D, Colbath,' Bprnguo's
Mills, Me., Secretary and Chaplain of
the RIdgely Lodge, ins. I. O. O. P.. of
SprngueV Mills, Me., writes: "Some four
years ngo I was In a precarious con<|i. i
tlon, tho result of kidney nnd liver trou- j
hie. Peruna effected a complete cure."? I
Mr. Monroe D. Colbath. ? ?
Legion of Loyal Women, of Mass.
?Mtlss Mnttlo B. Curtis, Secretary Le?
gion of Loyal Women, of Roston, says:
"I suffered for over a year with gen?
eral weakness and debility; also severe
backache. I took four bottles of Peruna
and am entirely cured of these mala?
dies."?Mattle 13. Curtis.
Daughters of the Confederacy.
Mrs. Col. E. J. Grcsham, of Herndon,
Va., Treasurer Daughters of the Con?
federacy, writes ns follows:
"I suffered with catarrh of the head
nnd lungs In Its worst form. I took six
bottles of Peruna and thoy wero worth
a king's ransom to me."
? An Illinois Knight Templar.
In ? recent letter from 5900 Michigan
Avenue. Chicago, III., Col. T. P. Moody,
a prominent Knight Templar, and one
of the most popular and well-known
Jewelry auctioneers qt the Middle States,
"I suffered with catarrh for over 25 |
years; for 10 years I had catarrh of the
stomach. I took Peruna and am better
than I have been in 20 years."?T. P.
Illinois Woman's Alliance.
Roxa Tyler, Vice-President Illinois
Woman's Alliance, 910 E. 60th Street,
Chicago, 111., says:
"Peruna gave mo new life and restored
my strength."?Roxa Tyler.
Secretary Illinois Ladles of Q. A, R.
MrsT^Julla C. Brown, Secretary Henry
W. Lawton Circle, No. 27, of Pecatonlca;
"I am thoroughly convinced that Po?
ru?a In a reliable family medicine. It.
Is a splendid remedy In cases ot Indi?
gestion or any Irregularities of the
stomach."?Mrs. Julia C. Brown.
Utah State Council of Women.
Lucy A. Clark, Vlco-Presldent Utah
State Council of Women, Farmlngton,
"Poru?a Ib a good remedy for grip,
extreme weariness or frequent backache.
It keeps the body In a healthy condi?
tion."?Lucy A. Clark.
Independent Order of Foresters.
Mr. Donald Robb, Jr., 16 "Wright's
Avenue, Nova Scotia, Can., Deputy Su
preme Chief Ranger, Independent Order
of Foresters, writes:
"I recommend Peruna to any ono
sufCerlng with stomach trouble. It cured
rno."?Mr. Donald Robb, Jr.
Dannebro Society of Women.
C, N. Peterson, President Dannebro
Society, Council Bluffe, ?a., says?
"Constant confinement In my storo
began to tell on my health and- I
was breaking down. Five bottles of
Peruna completely restored mo to j
health."?C. N. Peterson.
Ladles of Illinois G. A. R.
Mrs,' Lavina Walker, Department
Chaplain of Ladles of tho G. A. R., of
"I havo used Peruna when worn out
and found most gratifying results."?
Mrs. Lavina Walker,
Modern/ Woodmen of America.
Mr, Fred, C. Plaits, No. 1600 East 10th
St., Kansas City, Mo,, Escort of the
Modern Woodmen of America, wrltos:
"Throe bottles of Peruna cured mo of
catarrh of tho stomach. As long as Po?
ru?a can bo\ bought no doctor or any
othor medicine shall enter my houso."
Iowa Athletic Association.
John II. Corlles, Council Muffs. Iowa,
Secretary Iowa Athletic Assoolntlon,
writes the following:
"I suffored for throe yenrB with sovoro
trouble of tho kidneys and other pelvic '
organs, I used Poru?a for 1? weeks and I
It cured mo."?John H. Corllos.
A Prominent Sunday-School Worker.
Miss Bertha 13. Wentnor, of Buckley,
Wash., a prominent Sunday-School
"Ha vine tried several remedies . for
chronlo catarrh of the bronchial' tubes
without being helped, I began to think
there was no euro until I tried Poru?a.
A great change for the bettor at onco
took place, and after two months' faith?
ful we, Peruna completely cured mo."?
Bertha E. Wentncr.
Chicago Teachers' federation.
Miss Jennie Johnson, president of the
Chicago Teachers' Federation, writes
from 3118 Lake Park Ave., Chicago, 111.:'
"During the past ten year?
I have been a teacher In Chi?
cago and have often found
myself worn out and In need
of a tonic. Among fho^dlf
fercnt remedies I hnvo tried,
none have helped mo more
?than Peruna. I find It es?
pecially helpful tn cases of.
catarrh of the stomach; It re?
stores' the functions of na?
ture, Induces sleep and builds
up the entire system. It has
been a great help to me."?
Secretary of I. 0. G. T.' ,
Miss Sadlo Becker, 125 west II
? Elizabeth st? Detroit, Mich.,
Secretary of Wayne County
Lodge of I. O.G. T., writes:
"For years I was u great suf?
fer from catarrh. My eyes got
very weak, had piercing pains j
In my head and my system "
seemed all deranged. 1 found '
that Peruna was a great re?
storative to health and eye?
Wm. Downs Relief Corps, of Min?
Geneva Parker, Treasurer and
Conductor of the William Downs
Belief Corps, No. 43, of the W.
B. C. of the State of Minnesota,
writes the following from j 2419
Central Avenue, Minneapolis,
"My health was completely
broken down from over-work.
My appetite was lost, my sleep
fitful and I found no relief from
tho prescriptions of doctors. On
the advice'of friends I tried Pe?
runa, and before finishing tho
second,?bottle 1 was completely
Knights of Pythias of Nebraska.
H. S. Emory, VIce-Chancellor
K. of P.'s, writes from 213 N.
10th Street, Omaha:
"I can recommend Peruna as
a cure for catarrh of tho stomach
nnd head; also In kidney com.
plaint nnd weakness of pelvlo
organs."?H, S. Emory.
Ancient Order of Pyramids, Kansas City.
Mr, Charles H. Brown, No, 410 West
14th St., Kansas City, Mo., Noble Prophet
of the Summit Council, No. 200, Ancient
Order of Pyramids of Kansas City,
writes: "I suffered for four years with
catarrh of the pelvlo organs, caused by
a sovero cold. ? neighbor had beon
cured of In grippe by Peruna and per?
suaded mo to try It. Within a week I
fuit relieved and In thirteen weeks I con?
sidered myself a perfectly cured man."
California Grand Army of. the Republic.
Hon. D. L. Juycox, Chaplain G. A, B.,
writes from 805 Broadway, Oakland, Cal.!
"I contracted nevero bladdor and kid?
ney trouble. I used P.eruna for four
months and bollavo myself cured. I
would not bo without Poru?a In time of
need for ton times Us cost."?D. L, Jay?
Illinois Woman's Alllance,
Mrs. Minnie Steoves, Presldont Illinois
I Woman's Alllance, 42 Delaware Place,
Chicago, III,, writes:.
"Evor slnco my son, now grown, was'
born, I have suffered with some peculiar
weakness of tho pe-lvtc organs which ho
medicino seemed fo reach. My sister
asked me to try Peruna-as a'?'last resort,
It worked wonders with my system and
In a few weeks tho pains began to leave.
I kept on taking It and am now In per?
fect health.'?Mrs, Minnie Steeves.
Member.of Self-Culture Club.
Mrs. Kato Inman, No, 111 Ogden Ave.,
Benton Harbor, Mich., historian of tho
Home Forum Club,'and-member of Self
Culture Club, writes:
' "For over 14 months my
life was mado mlserablo ny
neuralgia pains. The doctors
advised mo to try Peruna and
In' two months all traces of
tho neuralgia disappeared."
Appleton Young Ladles' Club.
Miss Mary Coats, President
of the Appleton Young Ladles'
Club, of Applotori, Wis.,
speaks In glowing torms of
Peruna. A letter recently
received from her by Tfio
Peruna Medicine Co., reads
as follows: ' ;
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?pinSuuj inm uotjAA. retint
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Betsy Ross Educational and Be?
Miss Maggio Welch, Secretary
Betsy Boss Educational and Be?
nevolent Society, writes from 328
North State Street, Chicago, ??,;
"Last fall I caught the most se?
vere cold I over had In my life,
my lungs and throat became so
sore that I was In .great distress.
All caugh remedies nauseated me
and nothing gave mo relief until
my doctor said, rather In a Jolco,
? ? guess Peruna Is ??? only medi?
cine that win cure you.' I told
him I would certainly try" It and
Immediately sent for a bottle, and
after taking It faithfully the cough
~.r gradually diminished, and the
y soreness loft mo." It Is fine."?
Q. A. R. Relief Corps, Washingt'n
? Mrs. Jane Baxter, of Fremont,
, Wash., President G. A. B. Belief
Corps, writes the following:
"I used Poru?a for a severe and
continued baclcacho and found It
the only remedy that could over cure
me."?Mrs. Jnno Baxter.
President of Milwaukee Llederkrantz.
Mrs. Matthew P. Blan, No. 137 7th St.,
Milwaukee, WIs., President of the Mil?
waukee Llederkrantz, writes;
"A couple of years ago a rash broke
out all over my fnco and body, which the
doctors called scrofula. After talcing
Peruna seven weeks 1 found that during
that timo my health had gradually Im?
proved and my skin was free from any
Schwaeblecher Saengorbund, Chicago.
Fritz Vollmer, of Chicago, 111., Prest
dent of tho Schwneblsclier Saengerbund,
"I suffered with catarrh of the throat
and wns afraid I would loso my volco. I
took Porunn and It cured mo promptly,"
?Fritz Vollmor. ?
Independent Order of Odd-Fellows..
Mrs, L. L. Harris, Warden of De Spto
Lodge, N?. 55, Independent Order of O fld
Fellows, also. Treasurer Los Angeles
Blue Ribbon Club, writes from 21S N.
Grand Avonuo, Los Angeles, Col.:
"I suffered Intensely with rhoumatlsm.
I took Peruna faithfully for two montais
nnd I am entirely cured."
Gen. H. W. Lawton Circle, Ladles of
the G. A. R.
Mra. Ar/iie Glen, Edgowater,? HI., Pres?
ident Gen. H. W. Lawton Circle, No. E7,
Ladles of tho G. A; R., writes:
"I have suffered for nearly eight yeaxs
with more or less backache, and bearing
down pains. My druggist recommend.?!
that I tako Poru?a, and It was simply a
God-send to me. Inside of live wedks I
was once more a strong and happy wo?
man."?Mrs. Annie Glen.
Order Eastern Star, Chicago, III.
Mrs. A. E. Howe, 239 Rush Stroet. Chi?
cago, RI? Worthy Matron of Chicago
Chapter, No. 161, Order of Eastern Star,
"There Is no medicine I know of that
Is so perfect a healer for, all cases of ca?
tarrh' as Peruna. It is a, friend to women,'
alleviating the pains peculiar to tho sect,
and restoring Chem to health and
strength."?Mrs, A. E. Howe.
Betsy Ross Educational and Benevolent
Society, of Illinois.
Mrs. Alice Rush, Conductress Betsy
Ross Educational and Benevolent So?
ciety, writes from 42 Delaware Place,
"Peruna has my . best wishes, as It
cured me last winter of a cold whloh
settled all over me, causing a bad ca?
tarrh, and no doctors or medicines helped
me. I could not sleep nights and lost
flesh until I took Peruna, Throe 'bottles
..of Peruna mado"ma''a "well and 'Happy
woman .again,"-TtMrs. Alice Rush;
Loyal Mystic Legion, of Minnesota.
Miss Anna Russell, Past Worthy Pa?
troness Loyal Mystic Legion, -writes from
293 Endlcott Building,. St. Paul, Minn.
"For years my system was In a pecu?
liarly receptive condition for catarrh,
when exposed In'any , way" to Inclement
"Now for the past year and ? half I
have used Peruna In such cases, and
have found that It not only euros me
quickly, but It? also cleanses my blood
and rendersime less liable to catch cold."
Robson Post, G. A. R.
Mrs. Clara Thomas, Chief Guard Rob
son Post, G. A. R? of Albert Lea, Minn.,
"I suffered with severe kidney and
bladder troubles. I used "Peruna and am
glad 'to say that to-day I am a perfectly
well woman, thanks to Peruna,"?Mrs.
Women of Woodcraft, Washington.
Mrs. Josephine Benson, Guardian
Grand Circle, Women ' of Woodcraft,
Sea'ttle, Wash., writes:
"I contracted a severo cotd on my
lungs last fnll. Peruna not only com?
pletely healed my lungs, but cured the
catarrh of Yny head as well, which had
sot In."?Mrs, Josephine Benson.
I. O. O. F., of Washington.
Moses B, Crane, Secretary I. O.O, F.,
writes from Tncoma, Wash.:
"I can endorse Peruna as a cure for
kidney. troubles, ns It affords speedy and
satisfactory results."?Moses B. Crane.
Past State Counselor, Kansas City.
Mr. Marshall Polland. No. 621 Ohio
Avo., Kansas City, Kan., Is Past State
Counselor of Junior Order of United
American Med?anles, and Is National
Representative of the same. He writes
"Four doctors trlod their best to cure
me of rheumatism without success,
What thoy failed to do Peruna did In a
few short months, and I havo nil tho
faith In tho world In this great medicino
to cure this torturing and most distress?
ing disenso, It regulated my entire sys?
tem, drove tho uric acid out of my blood.
Increased my appetito and rostored my
vital forces, until I felt as though I
could work from morning until night
without tho least weariness,"
American Anti-Treat Society, of Minn,
Joseph H, Rldgoway, Secretary Ameri?
can Anti-Treat Society, of St, Paul,
"It Is with great pleasure that I en?
dorso Peruna ha an honoHt modlclno,
competent to do nil It claims. I hnvo
I used It several times In oases of severe
colds and catarrh, and know of nothing
that cures so completely and nt the same
time builds up tho system."?Joseph II.
Mrs, ? a r
riot *A. '8.
sociation, of 327
? Torrace. Wood
lawn, Chicago, HI.,
"I suffered with
la grippe for seven
weeks and noth?
ing helped mo un?
til I tried Peruna.
t felt at once that
!I had at last so
cured the right
medicine and kept .
,Ing. Within three
weeks I was fully
restored." ? Har?
riet A. S. Marsh.
Lake View ' Lodge
"View Lodge ? of
Foresters. . writes
from' 3827. North
Clark Street, Chi?
"When I have
"been exposed to
wet or Inclement
weather my chest
would hurt mo
and I would have
nnd I would 'bo
laid up for a day
or two, causing
pain. One of my
lodge friends ad?
vised mo to try
Peruna, as It had
helped him, and I
found that a. bot?
tle, oured me. If
I feel badly now I .
at once take two
or three dosos.
and I find It keeps
me In lino health."
tion, writes from
5648 Cottage Grove
Avo., Chicago, HI.:
"R has been my
privilege to ad?
vise a number of
my friends con?
cerning tho best
medicine In cases
of a worn out
const ltutlon. I
know of nothing
better than Perli?
na In casos of ca?
tarrh of the stom?
ach, and for liver
trouble It Is of su?
perior \ merit. I
gladly endorse It,"
W. C. T. U. of
Mrs. ? p u a B.
W. C. T. U., head
quarters at Galts
burg. 111., writes
as follows from 401
Sixty-sovonth St., '
W.. Chicago, RI.:
.."My health fail?
ed me a few year?
ago. I took Poru?a
and am well."
Royal Templars of
Hon. John Elliott.
Templars of Tem
?ie ranee writes
ron? 1216 Ells?
worth St., Phila
"I havo found
Peruna ot much
help In casos of ca
tnrrhal , trouble
also in kidney and
I can recom?
mend it to all."