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WOMEN HATE CATARRH-CATARRH DESTROYS BEAUTY
CATARRH UNDERMINES HEALTH-CATARRH RUINS NERVES. afrMe^^jfcrfMK^^M^rtrffcrfMa^eata^Me*???*!^^ ' Catarrh Always a Dangerous Disease. Mise Elisabeth Brown, 708 John 'Street, Baltimore, Md? la a school teacher of that place. Sho found Perlina of benefit to her BH a tonic, and In a recent letter ?ays! / 'Two years ago when my school oiosed ? was so faggod out that I could not sleep, nights. Sleeplessness was a most oerloue trouble to me, and G felt I ought to go away and have complete rest, which I could jil afford. "Ono of the tenchors told ine that she had used Peruna for two years and had , found ,lt a wonderful tonic to build up the system, and so I -bought some. ? ; Complete ' change for the bettor toolc place 'within ten days. I could eat and Bleep .and felt like a How woman. When ; school opened again I felt well and strong and well able to take up my work,"?Eli? sabeth Brown. Mrs. Nellie Gavins, 142 East 67th. St, Now York, writes: "I havo had tho best of results from the use of Peruna for a case of Indiges? tion of long standing. ' My stomach "had been weak ever since I was a child nnd the trouble soon developed Into Indi? gestion. I had to be careful of every? thing I jate and soon I could eat nothing which did not distress my Btomach. My friends advised Peruna and I purchased ? bottle and commenced'to use it, little thinking at the time that ? was soon to be In perfect-health and rid of my stom? ach trouble, but this actually occurred In three months treatment. Please ao-'< cept my sincere thanke, for I am truly! grateful to you."?Mrs. Nellie Gavina. < Women Have Reason to Dread Catarrh as Their Worst Enemy. It Shrivels the Skin, Deranges Digestion, Produces Bad BreathandYellows theTeeth. Miss Carrlo Stump. 284 Third Avenue. Mine Anna Ulbrlcb, Florlston, Cal., P. ?-,^?,?..., ? ? ?,,??.,! ?. ??? 27, writes: Brooklyn, N. Y., writes! . ?u ,fl wRh ^^ uro that j fe. "Poru?a is a most wonderful medicine oon1mnn(] peruna to an who aro ovor. for La Grippo, and tho diseases which worked and so tlrod out that It -seems are attendant. Last winter I had tho an effort to draw a'hronth. This was my' ?u?-? -...???. ?# t _ ?-?.._- ??,1 ???v. ,??,?, 0nB0 and I had tried many physicians third attack of La Grippe and each timo nn(] many ^^ med|c|neB and'?^ ftbuut I grow weaker, liad violent headaches ?)?(?? llp In deBpalr wi,on t -was finally nnd a weak stomach. I tried Peruna pornUHded to try Peruna. I was assured this last timo and It was remarkable how that It would do mo no harm, If it dlil soon I recovered, and I havo had a clear no good, so I gavo It a trial and wao head, my stomach has boon good, my greatly astonished at tho benefit derived breath swoot and as. far as I can seo I from ono bottle. It is needless to say am In perfect health. that I got another and another and? that "That Is what Ponina han done for I now feel like.a now woman. I would mo and our family thinks thero Is no not be without It nnd 1 can heartily ro medlclno ?lulte equal to Ponina."?Miss-commend It to othors."?Miss Anna Ul Carrlo Stumpr brloh. ? Catarrh Attacks i Every Organ. Mies Ge?rgie Fenner, La? Vega? Hot Springs, Monteyuma, New Mexico, writesl "I am only too pleased to "say a word as to tho good off out resulting from the use of Peruna for Indigestion and atom?, noli troubles. I woe so troubled for many years, sometimes getting worse and then ; a little bettor, but none of the remedio? prescribed effected a complete oure, Ono ; day I road one of your Ads where a lady ?had bean benefited greatly by using Pe*. runa for troubles similar to mine, so t started to tako It. The result? were all and more than I oould wish for In a very short time, my digestion was perfect had no more headaches and I could eat anything, for whioh I was truly grateful and desire to thank you."?Miss Georgia ? B'ennar. Margaret Little, 47 lloyt St., Brook? lyn, N. Y? writes?. "I have bean troubled with constipa? tion and Indigestion for? over a year, my complexion waa ruined and I waa losing-flesh overy day. The doctors ad? vised that I go to a sanitarium, but a number of people advised me to try Pe? runa before going to that expense, and] I did so, I found that tho first bottle regulated my bowels, cleared' my ' com? plexlon and by the time I had taken six bottles my stomach and digestion waa In perfect working order and has re? mained so ever since. "As this was v*ry much cheaper than going to a sanitarium, I have every rea? son to be grateful, and I am."?Margaret Little. Write for a copy of Health and Beau? ty" written for women only by Dr. Hart?? man. ..' Miss Nellie Edwards, Niles, Mich.. writes: "Many and many a time have I thank? ed my lucky stars that I read one of your testimonials which aomed to fit my case exactly, stomach trouble, bad breath and a soreness of the lungs which seemed to hurt me every time I breathed, I noticed that the first bot? ilo of Peruna gave me a wonderful ap? petite, and naturally I felt better, as what I ato seemed to agree with me, and each bottle I took 'seemed to help a weak | part until finally I was restored to perfect health and that ,1s something which I have not enjoyed for years be? fore. "I have certainly every reason to bo pleased with Poru?a."?Miss Nellie Ed? wards. Miss L. Howard, 788 14th St.. Milwau? kee, Wls., writes: "I consider Peruna the most valuable medicinal curativo ever Invented. It hoe cured moro sick people than any medi? cine I know of. I used It for liver trouble with great success. It eliminated the poison and waste from tho blood, stlrrod the liver Into healthful activity and put now Hie into every nerve and fibre. I have a largo number of friends who use Peruna and I know of none who over had as good results from tho dootore' prescriptions as thoy had from Peruna." Miss L. Howard. Peruna oures catarrh wherever located. As soon as Peruna removes systemlo ca? tarrh tho digestion becomes good, ap? petite regular, nerves strong, and trouble vanishes. WOMEN THE WORLD OVER ' ARE TALKING ABOUT PE-RU-NA. THE WOMEN are all talking about Peruna. O? coursp they nre. Why should they not? Peruna Is the remedy that cured them. If thoy have a cold,' Peruna eures them. They found that out by ex? perience. ?I thoy are hoarse or have a cough, they find Peruna an unfailing remedy. Weak lungs and even the first stages of consumption, Peruna promptly restores, and then there are a host of women who havo a alight derangement of the stomach and digestive organs. All these dorangements are of a catarrhal nature. Peruna comes to tho resouo at onoe, A very short oourso of Poru?a Is eufflclont to put the stomach right and to make the assimilation ot the food perfect. But this Is not all. This does not ex? actly explain why the women especially are talking about Peruna. Men, tho same ns' women, have found Peruna useful In the above mentioned aliments. The roa ??? that Peruna is such a special fa? vorite, with womon Is something more ! than^all this. Women are subject to pelvlo catarrh. This condition hns been called all sorts of names and is often referred to under the general phase, female diseases. Pe? runa cures these cases. Peruna cures thorn because It cures catarrh wherever located. The nature of most of these ailments Is catarrhal. , Catarrh Is liable to attaok any organ of the body. It Is especially liable to attack ono or more organs of the fornaio pelvis. No wonder women talk about Pesu?a. No wonder they think It Is the greatest niedlclne In the world. Mrs. M. P. Jones, of Burning Springs, Ky.. writes as follows: "We have been using Peruna for some time, and have no hesitancy In recom? mending It for tho 'one thousand and pne' ailments of humanity, No family should over be without It for It Is nn Unfailing cure for colds and It Is an excellent remedy to prevent and relievo croup. "And to speak from a standpoint of ?xperlence I can candidly say that It Is (he remedy for female weuknes.s (as I ?m one of the many fortunates In this respect). yFrom. a persona,! test and from the testimony of many others l Phnll not hesitate, to recommend It, especially |o fill suffering women. "Peruna has gained full confidence and ? permanent etay in our home."?Mrs. Vf. F.. Jones. Most women foel the need of. a tonic to counteract tlio debilitating effects of ?uiTimor weather. Peruna is such a remedy, it curca all catarrhal conditions. Catarrh Is a systemic dlseaso, curable only by Bystemlc treatment. A remedy that cures catarrh must aim directly nt tho nervo centers. This Is what Peruna does. -Peruna immediately invigorate? tho nerve centers which ?five vitality to the mucous membranes. Then catarrh disappears; then It Is permanently cured. Hon, Mark II. Dunnell. National Hotel, Washington, D. C\, writes: "Your Peruna being used by myself and ninny of my friends and acquaint? ances not only as a cure for catarrh but also as an admirable tonic for physical re? cuperation, I'gladly recommend It to all persona requiring such remedies."?Mark H. Dunnell. J. H. Hipplegate, Supt. of Publio Works, G? West Gth Street, Lexington, Ky., writes: "I find that Peruna is an excellent medicine especially for catnrrhal affeo tions and all diseases leading to consump? tion, bronchial troubles or stomach trou ules, It also acts as a prevontatlve and keeps tho system In a healthy condition so thnt It easily throws off disease. It Is an excellent tonic and a great appe? tizer and as ? largo number of those who have beon using It speak very high? ly of Its curative powers, I am satisfied that my opinion of It Is correct and thnt It is dosorvlng of high praise." -J. ?. Illpplogate. There are thousands of men and wo? men who rely on Peruna to tldo them over the trying ordeal of the first warm weather. WTien once the benefit of Pe? rlina Is discovered It Is always kept on hand. ? Peruna strengthens weak norves, not by temporarily stimulating them, but by removing the cause of weak ?ervos? systomlo catarrh. This is the only cure that lasts. Remove the cause; Nature wilt do tho rest. Per.una removes tho cause, v Charles B. Scott, County Clerk, Floyd county, Ind., New Albany, Ind., writes: ? havo tried Peruna ns a tonic and have found It of Inestimable vaino to increase the appetite nnd Induco health? ful sleep. It Booms to relievo tho system of all waste matter and to tono up and strengthen tho norves In a romarkably short timo, "In comparing It with other nerve ton? ics on the market I consider It vastly superior, and so do many others who have tried It,"?-Hon. Charles B. Scott. *W<V*iA^ii*t?i<*^M^*VM*Ma***^^*^^*^*M-^WWW-? CATARRH OF THE HEAD OFTEN , SPREADS TO OTHER ORGANS. C D. Taylor, Supt. of Health, Clerk City Board of Health, Jacksonville, Fla., writes: "The health of tho poor of a largo city Is always a question of vital Inter? est not only to the. city officials, but to every citizen. It has been a source of much satisfaction to me to find that so large ? number of working people In moderate circumstances havo accepted Peruna as tholr family medlolne. It has cured a' largo number of cases especial? ly of catarrh of the head, lungs and stomach and building up the general lioalth It cannot fall but provo a help and blessing to any community where It Is generally adopted and used. I have found It an honest reliable remedy and am pleased to endorso lt."?CD, Taylor, Clerk, Bpard of Health. ??????????????????(??>?????????????/?? C. P. Willis, Seleotman of Studdlngton. Organizer and Worthy Patriarch, Sons of Temporanee, 311 W. State St., Jack? sonville, Fla,, writes: "As I have found Peruna an excellent remedy for catarrh of tho head, with which I had been troubled for over throe years, getting but slight relief from other remedies. I do not hesitate to write you what I thlnlt of Peruna. Each now cold I contracted would add to the catarrhal trouble, until finally my liend was ter? ribly Btoppod up nnd I could not breathe through my noso. Toruna was recom? mended by a friond and a few doses con? vinced mo that It was alright and four bottles cured mo."?C, F. Willis. CATARRH USUALLY begin? as a cold in the head or throat, and Is negleoted until It becomes ohronloi then It begins to dawn on the victim that he hns catarrh. Unless he Is very foolish, indeed, ho will not rest easy until the catarrh Is entire? ly cured. Thousands pay no attention to It until It Is too late. if Poru?a la used the cold .never' be? comes chronic, and hence catarrh Is pre? vented. But a/tor catarrh has become thoroughly established Peruna will cur* It, but It will tako muoh longer. Even In cases whore tbo catarrh has already attacked tho lungs and the symptoms ot consumption have shown themeelves, Pe? runa will oure. ? great many cases of genuine consumption have been cured with Poru?a after the patient had been glvou up to ' die. George Woumnn, Prosldent of a prom? inent Boolal club, of New Orleans, writes from 2020 Calliope. Street, Now Orleans, La.: "Last winter while I was trnvellng I caught a heavy aold which settled on' my lungs and then seemed to affect my entlro system. I took no remedy, think? ing It would pass away, but It develop? ed Into a most dlstreslng catarrh, affect? ing my sltrht and henrlng and I found myself In such bad condition that I waa unable to sleep. 'My temperature Increased and I be- . caino alarmed and ?might medical aid. I happened to bo in a small country town and the only doctor there said: ? could prescribo for you but honestly Peruna Is tho best thing I know of for u man In your condition.' I began taking It at once nnd found he was right and In two weolts I was perfeotly well once more." ?Oeorgo Youmnn. catarrh In Its various forms is rapidly becoming a national curse. An undoubt? ed remedy has ben discovered by Dr. Hartman This remedy has bee nthor? oughly tested during the ptlHt forty years, Peruna cures catarrh in nil phases and stages. There is no remedy that can be substituted, Congressman Brodorick, of Kansas. Hon. Cuso Brodorlck, of Holton, Kae? Congress m u ? from Kansas, says: "I have taken two bottles of Peruna and find it to be an exeellont remedy for eoids and throat trouble."?Case Bro derlck. If you dr. not derive prompt and satis? factory result? from the mo of Peni ni? write nt once to pr. Hartman, gfvlrg a full statement of your- case and he will be pleiuied to give you his valuable ad? vice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of the Htutiuan Sanitarium, Columbus, O. of Dignity and Prominence Endorse Pe~ru=na. Gl'Una is an uUvlaablo tonic for phy?? 'Veruno acts as a( pieventatlve and .''Poru?a Increase, appetito and Induces ^^^^^^'?^X*^ ??'?? fe ImC^'"1 ",??"" ''" ? ilclal rcouiioratlou ?*???? r*?? W?te? ?.? a tWWjV condition, sleep, m^?