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A PROMINENT CpURQH WORKER! SAs""""
I . SljffllWES HER LIFE IT' PE-RU-NA.
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.vAV flfl rf" P! PRESCRIPTIONS
! Mrs. Hattio La Fountain, Treas. Protected Home Circle and Catholic
, Ladies of Ohio, writes from Gallon, O., asfollows: j!
j! ''After my first child was bom I suffered for several months with '!
,; bearing down pains accompanied by dreadful headaches. I was afraid ',
j , my health was rained for, life, and felt very downcast about it. One day !
!, when a friend was visiting mo she told me of Peruna and what it had !
i, done for her when she suffered with irregular menstruation. My husband !'
,i procured n bottle the same evening and t began to take It daily according J
. . ' o directions. Before the first bolte was used I was entirely well, and !'
, you certainly have one grateful woman's blessing. I have also advised I
1 1 my friends to use It." S
' L- AtRS' I1ATTIB LA FOUNTAIN.
Secretary Womans State . Federa
,.' tion Says; "Pe-ru-na Does More
Than is Claimed for it."
Mrs. Julia Mj Brown, Secretary of the
Woman's State' Federation of California.
Writes from 131 Fifth St.. L Angelo.
4 Cnl., no lbllrtwa v ' .,
faik --- -. -! nave never fcqpwn of any patent metl-
Ifyjjf icino which did what It professed to do ex-
WJ cept Peruna. This-reraedy does much more
H than it claims, and while I havo never ad
W -vocated any medicino, I feel that it is but
justice to speak a good word for it because I
havo found it to be such a rare exception.
"I have known several women who were
little better ihan physical wrecks, mothers
who dragged out a miserable, painful exist
ence, but were mado well and strong through,
tha uo cU Peruna. I havo known ot onaoo
o dironic catarrh which wero cund hi a
short timi, when a dozen different remedies
had been experimented with and without
good results. I use it myself when I feel
nervous and worn out, and I havo always
found that the results were most satisfac
factory." JULIA M. BROWN.
flER GREAT FORTUNE".
Misery and Mado Happy
v, and Useful.
A woinanjonlmed t- the l,0l,w for sev
eral years vtjtn a chronic lcmale deranco
ment had finally given up L-pe Qf being
Sho had tried physician after physician
and remedy after remedy, without any per
Her treatment had coit her husband, who
was a poor man, hundreds of dollars. They
had been obliged to deny themselves ninny
comforts of life in order to get money
enough to pay the physicians
The woman had become weak, nervous
and wretched, and scarcely able to keep
out of her bed. Her children were grow
ing up neglected and ragRcd because of (he
want of a mothers care. Her husband
was becoming discouraged and broken
down with overwork
Picking up tho paper one day she hap
pened to read an item which contained tho
news that Dr. Hartman would treat such
cases freo of chargo by letter. Slio imme
diately wrote tho doctor describing her caso,
and giving him all her 8)mptom8.
Sho soon received a letter telling her ex
actly what to do, and what medicines and
appliances to get. She began tho treat
ment (tho principle remedy bi ing Peruna)
at once, and in afew weeks she wa3 well
and strong ngain, able to do her own work.
This offer of f i eo home treatment to w om
en is stillopcn loall whomay need tho serv
ices of this eminent physician. All letters
applying for treatment will be promptly
answered, and be hold strictly confidential
Miss Annie Hoban, Post Pocahontas ot
Yemassco Council of Red Men (Women's
Branch), writes .from 872 Lighth Ave.,
"Three months ago I was troubled with
backache and a troublesome hea iness about
tho stomach. Sleep brought mo no rest for
it was a restless sleep. 1 ho doctor said my
nervous system was out of order but his pre
scriptions didn't seem to relievo me. I was
told that Peruna was good for building up
tho nervous system. After using it for two
months I know now that it is. I want to say
that it mado a new woman of me. '1 ho tor
turing symptoms havo all disappeared and I
feel myself ngain. Pcrunadidrw mrcgood
than all tho other medicines I ha' n taken. "
. ANNIK HOUAN.
Miss Mamie Powell, Lako Charles, Lou
"I sincerely bclievol'eruna is wom
an's best friend, for it J ap certainly been that
tome. I had had hcafckches, backaches and
other aches every month lor a long time, but
shortly after I began taking Peruna this was
a thing of tho past, and I have good reason to
bo grateful. I tako abottlo every spring and
fall now, and that keeps my health perfect,
and I certainly am more rolwsf now than I
have been before and am weighing more. ,1
do not think nnyonei will bo diapP9inid fn
If you do not derive5 prompt BJitt satisfac
tory results from the uso of reruria, write
at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state
ment of your case, and ho will be pleased
to givo you his valuable advice gratis,
Address Dr- Hartman, President 'of"Th
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O
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R'AHK MT ffWli lu H tVucks and KUaraiucy,
Oiiffl ? t?3W piIUons. rim fur Particulars
K&X n HuS MOLER'S pARDTR COL'tEGE?
On tho shelving shore, wliero tho tide
I ttroto her nnmo In tho sun-klssod
But tho restless waves, In tholr swirling
washed It awny with relentless hnnd.
On tho stnlwnrt oak, whero tho brown
I cut her nnmo in tho roughened bark:
But tho woodman came with his whetted
Hating tho trco In tho woodlnnd dark.
In my hoping heart, all nglow with lovo,
I fixed hor nnmo with affection's will;
"i "vnoTi3 mzn NAMni"
And I laughed In gleo nt tho ballled hosts,
Taunting tho Knles to a test of skill.
But. alas for mo: In tho war of lovo
She charged my heart In a mortal boutl
And tho ono whoso nnmo I had written
Scorning my love. Just rubbed It outl
: Boarding by the Week. :
A friend of ours broke up house
keeping a fow weokB ngo nnd wont to
a nice, quiet family hotol to board.
Wo mot him on tho street yostorday,
nnd his looks bo affected ub, wo dug
him out of the crowd at tho rlak of
being stabbed with a fat lady's urn
brolla, and upbraided him.
"Boozing!" ho ojaculatod. "Booz-.
Ing! I'm not boozing! It's that blank-oty-blank
boarding houso! Say," and
I grabbing mo by tho coattalls ho pulled
I mo Into a stairway. Ho was ovldont
I ly a dosporato man, but 1 resolved to
I stand my ground.v
I "Sayl" ho reiterated, "did you over
I oat at ono of Uiobo nlco, quiet family
I boarding houses?"
I Wo donled tho allegation. , '
"v"c)l, don't youiover do,lt, olthci
havo your natural cupidity!"' r "
I I nodded.
I "It wont protty good tho first day,
I but tho Bocond day's meals Iookod
I familiar on short acquaintance, and
I wo shied a llttlo. Third day samo old
I grub. Soup tastod of pastry, and
pastry tastod of soup. All down
through tho middle sho tasted Just,
Hko tho soup and pastry!"
"Fifth day I began to feol heavy In
Bldo and concluded I must bo petrify
ing. Sixth day thoro was a hard lump
In my bread-basket, and I had to havo
tho doctor rim mo out, bo to speak.
Sovonth day wo wont to Aunt Maria's,
but tho first day -of tho second week
was well, It was tho samo old dog,
yet! And It's been tho samo over
since. Day by day I havo filled up
until I can't eat any moro, and my
wlfo says thoy aro getting rich off us.
I'vo got Indigestion and havo tho
backacho with night sweats. Tho doc
tor says my stomach Is crowding tho
spinal column and I must tako moro
oxerclso. I sco my finish! Say, do
you know whero I can get a meat
auger I want to bore a hole "
Wo could plainly boo tho man was
, naUjd, ,anil while ho was trying to touch
',iio family boarding houso mnnu with
,W1b' flngor preparatory to boxing, wo
'olud6d hlnvand escaped In tho crowd.
'Wo always woro lucky that way.
5 5 3
THE FIGHTING L'niTOK
1 '' "" jnai 1'iiuiumi kaHiBH
OPIUM IN DIVERSE FCMa. IHHbI
'Devotees i-thc Drteg Chocsc Various ' sBHH
Ways of Obtaining ltd Effects. Hl
ConsuiJMV.f oVntfuWd'IWtl-ot ' HH
trie samo ;kfnd. Thcro'urt' HhtVoa of oiibbiibiH
tho plpo, Blny? ofv tho- gylnpo and 9HH
slaves of tho powder that Is swallowed IsiiBilHai
to eIvo RtTrcchso of pain or of mental BaiiaiiaH
woury. Thoro are thosfo who tako tho iiaaiBBl
drug In tho form of a modlclnnl prep- bsbHbibiH
aration, suchns Inudnnum, paregoric, ssssiBBBBaiBBBiBl
nnd' tho oxtrhct of laudanum; thono isbbiibI
who smoko lt and ltihhlo tho fumes sbbbbbbbbbbibibI
Into tho lungs nnd tlioso who take
hypodermic Injections of morphia. Tho jH
sccjnd class tho smokers comprise 1
tho largest number of victims. H
Dr. .lellffo of tho New York city hos- H
pltnl cstlmntcs that fully 30,000 pcoplo H
In that city nro nddlctcd to tho opium H
habit In somo form. Tho annual salo H
of opium In Vermont Is equivalent
according to tho doctor, to a grain H
for every adult In the stnto, an amount JK
obviously far greater than can bo no-
counted for by Its consumption for
modlclnnl purposes. Somo slaves of
tho drug tako It regularly every day; H
others havo periodical sprcc3 similar.
to thono of tho alcohol drlnkor. H
A Model for Mothers.
With unceasing dovotlon nnd zeal
Quoou WUhelmlna's bravo and clover H
mother who during WUhelmlna's H
later girlhood was tho Queon Rcgont H
did whntovor sho could to mnko her H
daughter's oducatlon a truly excellent v 'H
onu Among the names of tlioso who H
taught tho young queen, Queen Em- H
ma's nnmo deserves a fair place. It H
was tho Queen Itcrjcnt liorsolf "whf -H
regulated and superintended all tho H
lessons ot Wllhclmlnn, being present H
nt most of them nnd taking quite as H
much interest in them as her llttlo H
daughter. October St. Nicholas. H
The McBrlde Case Again. H
St. John, Knns.. Oct. 2C Mr. and H
Mrs. William McDrldo and Josso L.' H
LltnoH, M. D., havo gono boford Mr. 'H
Oeorgo K. Mooro, Notary Public, and H
havo sworn and subscribed -to wrltton H
etatoments confirming 'tho story of tho H
awful illness and subsequent euro of 'H
tho llttlo son of Mr. and Mrs. Mo H
Dr. Limes is particularly emphatic
In his 'Rtatomont, nnd thoro does not H
now seem to bo any room for doubt as 'H
to tho fact that Dodd's Kl'dnoy Pills, 1
and nothing elso, saved tho llttlo boy. , H
Ho was so bad that ho had Eplloptlo lf
spells which seized him with lncrcaa- !
1 ing frequency. Ho was semi-paralyzed
lu tho right Bldo, and hla mind was
I Dadly atjectod. v tH
I In tholr BVorn Btatement, "Mr. ana' H
VlMrB. Mclirldo say: ' fl"?'t"' v;HL M
- J'TUo very day 'wo hogaV to1 ubo jB
IDodd's Kidney Pills oiirJoyndUwoMM0wi'e!::M,'ffM
fiflts. In less than a week ho ceased H
f Having them entirely." 'isaifl
I Tho caso has caused a great sonsa- H
I (ton in tho neighborhood. Tho sworn H
I ritatomouls havo confirmed tho whole H
. - i j aaaaaaaaaaBj
Promises Unsupported, - - . H
A good story is told of Prof. Jobb. In H
tho classroom, immediately abovo his tl
own Prof. Veltch lectured on logic
Ono day tho peroration of tho profos-
sor was grcotod with such rapturous H
applauso that It brought down some H
ptecos of colling In tho room below.
As tho bits of plaster droppod about H
tho room Prof. Jebb quietly remarked v
"Qontlomon, our promises will not sup- VH
port tho conclusion of tho professor of v H
The American Invasion.
Wo took a run around to do some H
shopping this morning. London Is H
positively American. It really Booms H
as It it had come at last that the H
Yankees were running London, for H
whbrovor wo went our friends from I H
across tho herring pond wero Bwurn , H
ing. London Black und White. , H
BUSY DOCTOR I H
Sometimes Overlooks a Point. H
Tho physician Is such a busy man
that ho Bomollmcs overlook a valu- H
ablo point to which his attention may H
bo called by an intelligent patlont M
who Is a thlnkor. H
"About a year ago my nttontlon
was called to Grape Nuts by ono of M
my patients," says n physician of Cirv H
"At tho timo my own health was H
bad and I wns pretty woll rundown &H
but I saw in a minute that tho theo-' H
ries behind Orape-Nuts woro perfect M
and Iff tlip food was all that was. H
clalmod for it It was a perfect food H
bo I commoncod to uso Orapo-Kuts' M
with wahh milk twice a dny and In a" H
short tlmo began to Improve in cvory H
way, and now I am much stronger -H
feol IiO better and weigh' moro thaa H
I ever did' In my lifo. H
"I know that all of this good 'Is dut jH
to Grape-Nuts and I am firmly cony H
vlncod that tho claims mado for the, H
food are true. I have recommoiulodt H
and still reuommend tho food to a H
great many of my patients with splom H
did rosults, and In somo cases tho Im- H
provomont of putlents on this fins H
food has boon wonderful. ' ' H
"As a brain and norvo food, in facti
as a general food, Grape-Nuts tandtfj M
alouo." Nnmo given by Postum Co, H
Battlo Crook, Mich. ' "' K'
. Look In oach imckago for a 'copy H
of tho famous ltttjo book, "Tho Road M