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SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 9, 1901.
MEMBERS OF BENOVELENT AND SECRET SOCIETIES OF AMERICA WRITE ENTHUSIASTIC LETTERS TO DR. HARTMAN PRAISING PERUNA MME.I.E.BAVEAS. |MRS T.W. COLLINS I r\R* C.l. BYRON BERTHA WENTNER MRS.M[NNIESTEEVES ANIiIC GLEN MRS.ANNA. NICHOLS IRS.HARRIETi4.S.mRSH V' ' • ' - 'V /' ■-.■■■ MME.I.E.BAVEAS. ■ - -■■ ' ■ ■ 1 Illli Grand Lodge of ' Free Masons. Madame Isabella Ellen Baveas, Life r Governor of the G r -a n d Lodge of Free Masons of * England, says: "While traveling I contracted a most per sistent cold. My head ached, my eyes and nose seemed constant stantly running, and my lungs were sore. A ! druggist recommended Peruna, which cured me."—lsa be 11 a E . Baveas. l.oyal Mystic Legloi: of Minnesota. Mr. James S. Parks. 293 Endicott Building, St. Paul, Minn., writes: "I prize Peruna for lta healing qualities In cases of catarrh of the stomach and lungs."— James S. Parks. Independent Order, of I ..! ,-si. r>. of lowa. B. O. Tucker, Treas- J urer Independent Or-j der of Foresters of Council Bluffs, lowa, j writes: "Penina has been both doctor and mcdi- 1 cine cheat at my mother's home for years. We use it suc cessfully iv kidney: troubles, liver com-; plaints aud stomach and bowel diseases."— B. O. Tucker. Chicago \orlu Side j Woman* Club, liiea bade Stege- 1 man, Superintende nt! of the Chicago North Side Woman's Club, writes: "Peruna has been? used by members or our club for stomach trouble, general debil ity and la grippe with very good results." — Miss Dade Stegeman. Young Woman's <'lull of Montana. Miss Rose Cullen, President Young Wo man's Club. writes from 921 Galena street. Butte, Mont.: "While fint shin g school 1 was exhausted" from overstudy. and could neither eat nor sleep. Two bottles of Peruna cured me."— Rose rullen. Catholic Knights of \merica. Mr. Mathias Leif.' Secretary I'nif or m Rank Catholic Knights of America, writes from 2327 X Clark street. Chicago. 111.: "I have used Peruna' for three years as a srrengthening tonic and find it valuable when the system gets run down."—Mathias Leif. Ladles of Illinois O. A. H. . Mrs. Lavina Walker, Department Chaplain of Ladies of the G. A. R., of Illinois, writes: \ "I have used Peruna; when worn out, and j found most gratifying results." —Mrs. Lavina " Wnlker. ; M - MATHIAS LE/F JOHN H. ~ CORLIES D.L.JAYCOX H.J.EMORY FRIT 2 VOLLMER MOSES B. CRANE JOHN ELL/OT | MATHIAS LEir MRS T.W. COLLMS Indeitendent Order of Good Tern-! i>lurs. of \\ ash i union. Mrs. T. W. Collins, Treasurer, I. O. G. T.,ii of Everett, Wash., has used the great ca-!, tarrhal tonic, Peruna, for an aggravated case of dyspepsia. She writes: < "After having a severe attack of la \ grippe, I also suffered with dyspepsia. 1 After taking Peruna I could soon eat my regular meals with relish, my system was ] built up, my heahh returned, and I have ] remained in excellent strength and vigor now for over a year."—Mrs. T. W. Col lins. Chicago German Woman's Club. Mrs. C. L. Byron, president of German Women's Club, of 546 Lincoln avenue, Chi cago, 111., writes: "I was cured of a severe case of bladder ' trouble. I had severe headache and drag ging pains with it. After using five bot tles of Peruna life looked different to me." —Mrs. C. L. Byron. Legion of Loyal Women of Masii. Miss Matiie B. Curtis, secretary Legioi. of Loyal Women of Boston, 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 maladies."! —Mattie B. Curtis. UnujthW'r* of the Confederacy. Mrs. Col. E. J. Gresham of Herndon, Va.. treasurer Daughters of the Confed eracy, writes as follows: "I suffered with catarrh of the head ami lungs in its worst form. I took six bottles of Peruna and they were worth a King's ransom to me. I am a true believer in Peruna."—Mrs. E. J. Gresham. An Illinois Knight Temp In r. In a recent letter from 5900 Michigan av enue. Chicago. 111.. Col. T. P. Moody, a prominent Knight Templar, says: "I suffered with catarrh for over twenty five years; for ten years I had catarrh of ihe stomach. I took Peruna and am bet ter than I have been in twenty years."—; T. P. Moody. Illinois Woman's Alliance. Roxa Tyler, vice president Illinois Wo man's Alliance, 910 E. Mth street. Chicago, 111., says: "During the past year I gradually lo.^t flesh and strength until I was unable to perform my work properly. I'eruna gave me new life and restored my strength."— Roxa Tyler. Secretary Illinois Ladies of G. A. H. Mrs. Julia C. Brown, secretary Henry; W. Lawton Circle. No. 27, of Pecatonica, [11., writes: "I am thoroughly convinced tha f Pe runa is a reliable family medicine. It, is a splendid remedy in cases of indiges tion or any irregularities of the stomach." — Mrs. Julia C Brown. 1 'tali State Council of Women. Lucy A. f^lark, vice president Utah State Council of Women, Farmingtcn, Vtah, writes: "Peruna is a good remedy for grip, ex treme weariness or frequent backache. It keeps ihe body in a healthy condition." —! Lucy A. Clark. Illinois Christian Temperance In ion Miss Matiie L. Guild, president Young People's Christian Temperance I'nion, of, Chicago, writes: "I have found Peruna to be the best; remedy for catarrh I have ever tried. I believe it worthy of endorsement." —Mat-j lie L. Guild. Dnnnebro Society of lowa. C. N. Peterson, president Dannebro So- i ciety, Council Bluffffs, lowa, says: "Constant confinement in my store be-: gan to tell on my health and I was break-i ing down. Five bottles of Peruna com-! pletely restored me to health." —C. N.; Peterson. • lowa Athletic Association. John H. Corlies. Council Bluffs, lowa,' secretary lowa Athletic association, writes! the folowing: "I suffered for three years with severe: trouble of the kidneys and other pelvic! organs. I used Peruna for fourteen weeks! and it cured me."—John H. Corlies. | JOHN H. CORLIES I riR& C.L. BYRON \ Prominent Sunday School Worker. Miss Bertha E. Wentner of Buckley. Wash., a prominent Sunday school worker, writes: "Having tried several remedies for ?hronic catarrh of the bronchial tubes without being helped, I began to think there was no cure until I tried Peruna. A great change for the better at once took place, and after two months' faithful use, Peruna completely cured me." —Bertha E. Wemner. Chicntio Teachers' Federation. Miss Jennie Johnson, pres- Mm MM *ff^s> "^^^ Jy^^s. • 1V wk^ Went of the Chicago Teach ers' Federation, writes from 3118 Lake Park avenue, Chi cago, 111.: '"During the past ten years I have been a teacher in' Chicago and have often found myself worn out and in need of a tonic. Among the different remedies I have tried, none have helped me more than Peruna. I find it especially helpful in cases of catarrh of the stomach; it restores the functions of nature, induces sleep and builds up the entire system. It has been a great help to me."—Jennie Johnson. Higher Educational Leiigue of Wash ington, I). C. Miss Frances M. Anderson, Secretary of the Higher Edu- . cational League of Washing ton, D. C. writes as follows: "About two months ago I was taken very ill with la grippe and was obliged to go to bed. I took three bottles of Peruna with very benefi cial results, and was able to leave my bed in a week and regained my usual strength very soon. "I have nothing but praise for Peruna, and recommend it to those similarly afflicted whenever 1 can."—Frances M. Anderson. Knights of Pytliins of Nebraska. H. S. Emory, Vice Chancellor K. of P.'» writes from 213 N 16th street. Omaha: •I can recommend Peruna as a cure for catarrh of the stomach and head; also in kidney complaint and weakness of pelvic organs."—H. S. Emory. • California Grand Army of the Re public. Hon. D. L. Jaycox, Chaplain G. A. R., writes from 865 Broadway, Oakland, Cal.: •'I contracted severe bladder and #id ney trouble. I used Peruna for four months and believe myself cured. 1 would not be without Peruna in time of need for ten times its cost." —D. L. Jay. cox. D.L.JAYCOX THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUENAL. BERTHA WENTNER H.J.EMORY MRS.M[NNIESTEEVES Illinois Woman* Alliance. Mrs. Minnie Steeves, President Illinois Woman's Alliance, 42 Delaware place, Chi cago, 111., writes: "Ever since my son, now grown, was born I have suffered with some peculiar weakness of the pelvic organs which no medicine seemed to reach. My sister asked me to try Peruna as a last resort. It worked wonders with my system and in a few weeks the pains began to leave. I kept on taking it and am now in perfect health."—Mrs. Minnie Steeves. Appleton \ mini; Ladles' t'lub. Miss Mary Coats, Presi- dent of the Appleton Young Ladies' Club of Appleton, Wis., speaks in glowing terms of Peruna. A letter recently received from her by the Peruna Medicine Co., reads as follows: "I am glad to call the at tention of my friends to Pe runa. When that languid, tired feeling comes over you and your food no longer tastes good, and small an noyances irritate you, Pe runa will make you Jeel like another person Ingfde of a week. I have now ueed it for three seasons, and find it very valuable and effica cious." —Miss Marie Coats. Betsy Rohm Educational and Benevolent Society. Miss Maggie Welch. Secre tary Betsy Ross Educational and Benevolent Society, writes from 328 North State street, Chicago, 111.: "Last fall I caught the most severe cold I ever had in my life, my lungs and throat became so sore "that I was in great distress. All cough remedies nauseated me and nothing gave me re lief ,* until my doctor said rather in a joke. 'I guess Pe runa is the only medicine that will cure you.' I told him I would certainly try it, and immediately sent for a bottle, and after taking it faithfully the cough gradual ly diminished,' and the sore ness left me. It is fine." Maggie Welch. G. A. R. Relief Corps of Washington. Mrs. Jane Baxter, of Fremont, Wash.. President O. A. R. Relief Corps, writes the following: "I used Peruna for a severe and con tinued backache and found it the only remedy that could ever cure me." —Mrs. Jane Baxter. . . \ SehiYaeblscher Sfteiig;erhiiml. * Chicago. Fritz Vollmer. of Chicago, 111., Presi dent of the' Schwaebischer Stengerbund, of Chicago, 111., writes: "I suffered with catarrh of the throat and was afraid I would lose my voice. - I took Peruna and it cured me promptly "— Fritz Vollmer. . ... PRIT2 VOLLMER ANNIE GLEN 'Baxter Kebekah Lodge, Kansas City. ; Anna P. Xichols, 906 Main street. Kan jsas City, Mo., Vice Grand Rebekah Lodge, says: "At times my system became entirely run down, I could not sleep well and lost my appetite. Since I have used Peruna I feel like a different woman."—Anna P. Nichols. Gen. H. W. Lawton Circle. Ladle* of the G. A. R. Mrs. Annie Glen, Edgewater. 111., Presi dent Gen. H. W. Lawton Circle, No. 27, Ladies of the G. A. R., writes: '"I have suffered for nearly eight years i with more or less backache and bearing ; down pains. My druggist recommended | that I take Peruna, and it was simply a ■ God-send to me. Inside of five weeks I was once more a strong and happy wom an."—Mrs. Annie Glen. Order Eastern Star, Chicago, 111. Mrs. A. E. Howe, 239, Rush street, Chi cago. 111., Worthy Matron of Chicago Chapter, No. 161, Order of Eastern Star, writes: • "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 wom en, alleviating the pains peculiar to the I sex. and restoring them to health and strength."—Mrs. A. E. Howe. ! Betsy Romm Educational and Benev olent Society of Iliinoi*. Mrs. Alice Rush, Conductress Betsy Ross Educational and Benevolent Society, writes from 42 Delaware Place, Chicago, 111.: "Peruna has my best wishes, as it cured me last winter of a cold which settled all over me, causing a bad catarrh, and no doctors or medicines helped me. 1 could not, sleep nights, and lost flesh until I took Peruna. Three bottles of Pe runa made me a well and happy woman again."—Mrs. Alice Rush. 1 American VntJti eat Society of Min nesota. Joseph H. Ridgeway, Secretary Ameri can Anti-Treat Society of St. Paul, Minn., writes: "It is with great pleasure thai, I indorse Peruna as an honest medicine competent to do all it claims. I have used it sev leral times in cases of severe colds and catarrh and know of nothing that cures so completely and at the same time builds lup the system."—Joseph H. Ridgeway. Loyal Mystic Lesion of Minnesota. Miss Anna Russell. Past. Worthy Pat roness writes from 293 Endlcott Building, Si. Paul. Minn.: "For years my system was in a pe culiarly receptive condition for catarrh, when exposed in any way to inclement weather. ".Vow for the past year and a half I have used, Peruna in such cases, and have fouDM that it not only cures me quickly, but it also cleanses my blood and renders me less liable to catch cold."— 1 Miss Anna Russell. Robson Post G. A. R. Mrs. Clara Thomas, Chief Guard Rob json Post, G. A. R., of Albert Lea. Minn., 1 writes: "I suffered from severe kidney and : bladder troubles. I used Peruna and am I glad to say that to-day I am a perfectly :- well woman, thanks to Peruna." —Mrs. Clara Thomas. Women of Woodcraft. Washington. Mrs. Josephine Benson, Guardian Grand Circle of Women of Woodcraft, Seattle, Was*!., writ« 3: ' I contracted a severe cold on my lungs ' last fall. Peruna not only completely i healed my lungs but cured the catarrh of my head as well, which had set in."—Mrs. Josephine Benson. I. O. O. F. of Washington. Moses B. Cranes Secretary I. O. O. F., writes from Tacoma. Wash.: ''I can indorse Peruna as a cure for kidney troubles as it affords speedy and i satisfactory results."—Moses B. Crane. MOSES B. .'CRANE MRS.ANNA. NICHOU 'Woman's Benev tloii of Clii cmiso. «iin. Mrs. Henrietta A. ; S. Marsh, president of Woman's Benev ; olent Association of I 327 Jackson Park Ter , race, Woodlawn, Chi ! cago, 111., says: "I suffered with la grippe for seven weeks and nothing helped me until I tried Peruna. I felt at once that I had at last secured the right medicine and I kept steadily improv ing. Within three weeks I was fully re ! stored."—Henrietta A. S. Marsh. Lake View r oiln. of Foresters. Win. Übelaker, pres- I ident Lake View lodge of Foresters, writes from 3327 North Clark j street, Chicago, 111.: I clement weather, my ' chest would hurt me "'When I have been exposed to wet or in land I would have seri ous indigestion, and I would be laid up for a j day or two causing in convenience and pain. One of my lodge friends advised me to I try Peruna. as it had j helped him, and I ' found that a bottle ; cured me. If I feel ; badly now I at once take two or three | doses, and I find it ' keeps me in fine health."—Win, ISbela ker. Vulkrelu AmtuciH tioii. lfim Catherine Toft, president Valkrein as sociation, writes from j 5fi49 Cottage Grove ay, ! Chicago, 111.: "It has ben my priv ! ilege to advise a nurn ! ber of my frieaids con j cerning the best medi cine in cases of a worn | out constitution. Know i of nothing better than • Peruna in cases of ca • tarrh otf the stomach i and for liver trouble it I is of superior merit, I gladly indorse it." — j Catherine Toft. Roya, Templars of Tpiiiperanee. Hon. John Elliott, | president Royal Ter n' plars of Temperance, ! writes from 1216 Ells worth st, Philadelphia, Pa.: "I have found so j much help in cases of ! catarrhal trouble, also i in kidney and bladder diseases, thar I can recommend it to all sufferers. It is a reli able medicine/—John Elliot. iw. c. t. r. of mi ii oil*. Mrs. Anna B. FJe j harty, recent superin tendent of W. C. T. U. headquarters at I Galesburg, 111., (writes as follows from 401 Sixty-Seventh st. W., Chicago. 111.: "My health failedJme j a few years ago, I i took Peruna and ajm ! well."—A. B. Fleharty. JOHN ELL/OT 3 hRS.HARRIETA.S.riARSH * 4 il ■ 111 (I/UULHaA