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VOLUNTEERS TRYSALYCILIC ACIT Department of Agriculture Continues Food Teats Instituted Last Year. The tests that will be continued dur ing the next eight months at the bu reau of chemistry of the Department of Agriculture to determine the rela tive qualities of food under different conditions of artificial preservation be gan October 20th with breakfast. Twelve young men volunteers for the course of "free food and poison” tool: their breakfasts under the watchful eye of Dr. Wiley, the chief of the bu reau, under whose supervision the ex periments are being conducted, and each was supplied with an eye-opener consisting of a small capsule contain ing salycilic acid. This preservative will be one of three that are to be tested during the coming year. It has been intimated that the ex periments in this special drug may have to be discontinued within a few weeks owing to its character. It pre vents digestion when taken in large doses, and it is this that has caused it to be selected for trial. Meats are preserved with it, and its effect upon the human system will be carefully noted during its use at the department table. * " As was done in the case of the borax experiments last year, the drugs giv- . keu the boarders will be in the same | r proportions as are found In preserved food of the same kind. The drugs are always administered In capsules, I and every ounce of food is weighed . before being sent to the table. The ' most accurate record Is kept of every | phase of the experiments and the whole arranged for eventual publica tion. In the case of the borax experi- i ments last year the records are nearly ( ready for publication, when the results of the course will be known to the world, and foods, the adulteration of ' which was found detrimental to the health of the consumers, will be for bidden by law from sale in or impor tation into the United States or iU possessions. The McBride Case Again. St. John, Knns.. Oct. 26.—Mr. and Mrs. William Mcßride and Jesse L. Limes. M. D., have gone before Mr. Georgo E. Moore, Notary Public, and have sworn and subscribed to written statements confirming the story of the awful illness and subsequent cure of the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Bride. Dr. Limes is particularly emphatic in his statement, and there does not now seem to be any room for doubt as to the fact that Dodd’s Kidney Pills, ■ and nothing else, saved the little boy. I He was so bad that he had Epileptic j spells which seized him with increas ing frequency. He was semi-paralyzed , in the right side, and his mind was uadiy affected. In their sworn statement, Mr. and | Mrs. Mcßride say: "The very day we began to use Dodd’s Kidney Puis our boy had twen- ! ty-seven of these Epileptic spells or fits. In less than a week he ceased ! having them entirely.’’ The case has caused a great sensa- 1 tion in the neighborhood. The sworn statements have confirmed the whole • story. AROUND THE WORLD. Professor Hogg Claims Journey Will : Be Made in Thirty-Three Days. Colorado & Southern officials have received from Fort Worth, Texas, a pamphlet setting forth the theories of Prof. Alexander Hogg, who maintains It will soon be possible to go around the world In thirty-three days. A pro jected extension of the Trans-Siberian railway will enable the traveler to go to a point on Bering Strait, instead of Vladivostock, the present terminus. On the opposite side of the strait is the extension of the Alaskan railway. This road is making surveys from Dawson to Nome, and has a line of coaches . at present running from St. Michaels j to Nome. Within the next year it is expected a steam railroad will be In operation between St. Michaels and Noms. Professor Hogg figures that by traveling from Nome to Dawson and thence to Seattle the Journey j around the world will be greatly short- • ened. Some time ago the Canadian Pacific authorities were considering a ( to build a line from Hudson bay to Vancouver. It was pointed out the distance from London to Hudson bay was much less than to Canadian seaports. It was estimated that the ocean trip could be made In fqur days, thus effecting a saving of three days between London and Vancouver. In vestigation proved, however, the lino would be available only a few months during the summer, as the winters are too rigorous for railroading. Education in Mexico. The peon child of Mexico may now pass from his letters to the highest diploma entirely at government ex pense. and the government hopes shortly to make education compulsory. BUSY DOCTOR Sometimes Overlooks a Point. The physician is such a busy man that he sometimes overlooks a valu able point to which his attention may be called by an intelligent patient who is a thinker. "About a year ago my attention was called to Grape-Nuts by one of my patients," says a physician of Cin cinnati. "At the time my own health was bad and I was pretty well rundown but I saw in a minute that the theo ries behind Grape Nuts were perfect ard if the food was all that was claimed for It it was a perfect food so I commenced to use Grape-Nuts ®.vith warm milk twice a day and in a short time began to improve in every way, and now I am much stronger, feel 50% better and weigh more than I ever did in my life. "I know that all of this good Is due to Grape-Nuts and I am firmly ‘con vinced that the claims made for the food are true. I have recommended and still recommend the food to a great many of my patients with splen did results, and In some cases the im provement of patients on this fine food has been wonderful. "As a brain and nerve food. In fact as a general food, Grape-Nuts stands alone.’’ Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Look in each package for a copy of the famous little book, "The Road to Wellville.’' That Specially Designed Furnace “Lycurgus,” asked Mrs. Shivvers, somewhat timidly, "have we got to worry through this winter with the same comfortless furnace we had last year?’’ "No, my dear, we haven’t," respond ed Mr. Shivvers decidedly. I have put in considerable time during the sum mer studying the tfthory of thermody namics and the practical structure of furnaces. As the result. I have d<* signed a furnace which will heat this house, difficult as that seems to be. The drawings are now in the iron founder’s hands, and in less than a week the furnace will be set up In our cellar.” In due time the furnace was ready, and Mr. Shivvers himself started the first fire in it; but only to begin a period of puzzlement and exaspera tion. There was no heat from any of the registers, not even a whiff of luke warm air. For several .days Mr. Shiv vers toyed hopefully with the obstin ate furnace, piling on fuel —there was never any difficulty about making a ) rousing fire in it—leaving this door open and that shut, leaving them all open, shutting every last one of them, ' and variously disporting himself with | its mechanism, but the bigger and more furious the fire he made the less I sign of hot air was there from the i registers, until at last he had to give ( it up as unsolvable by him and reluct : antly call in the local plumber to see j what he could do That gentleman prowled knowingly ' around the furnace for what seemed to Mr. Shivvers’ impatience an inter minable time, and at last emerged shaking his head sadly. On the Frozen Yukon C whip* that wall down from the glacial north With your burdens of shimmering gold. What spectres of Death in the pitiless waste Ride low In your shivering hold? What triumphs of those who have wres tled with Death Can o'erbulance the burden of woe For the hearts thut are still on the frozen Yukon, And the bone s that ure covered with snow?—’ For the veins that are chilled and the | eyes that upstare Through the wreath of a Boreal shroud. Where the elements shriek and the ragged rocks rake liurthe bend of the lowering cloud? Oh, an army of dead swell a requiem I weird In the tempests that sullenly blow I O'er the hearts thut are still on the froz en Yukon. And the bones that are covered with ■now! Js the recompense full when exultant a | few ! Tear away from the Jaws of Despair And back to thu green, smiling vulleya ! again : Bring a booty all yellow and fair? .What meed from the Joy of the fortu- I nate few (‘an the soul of the universe know. For the hearts that ure still on the frozen Y ukon And the bones that axe covered with snow! The Advance of Woman ! Great as has been the demand for ( Adaptation made upon the race, that made upon won.cn alone has been still greater, suys a writer in the Outlook. Here are tone typical facts. In 18u0 less than 100 women were employed in factories In the United States. Em ployment in other lines outside those strictly domestic was rare. Even wom en teachers were few. To-day 5,000,- 000 women are engaged in the United States in 400 different wage-earning , occupations. | In 1840 there was not a college in th© world open to women. In in this country 303 colleges were open to both man and women, 127 to men alone and 170 to women alone —an actual ad vantage of 43 in favor of women. I In 1900, In the United States, de | gr*es were conferred on 10,794 men an»l on 4,293 women—more than one third as many women as men. The field that the college alone has The Craze for Wealth Henry Dexter, the aged father of the wealthy Adirondack landowner who was shot from ambush, declare s in4bitterness of spirit that “the Unit ed States has no place for a man of wealth who does not strive for more wealth.” Mr. Dexter said that forty years ago he was ready to retire with a relatively modest fortune, the In come of which was more than suffi cient for his needs, and looked for a home amid men similarly situated. But **l found that I was practically alone. Those who had prospered in the same measure as myself were not content. They wanted more wealth and more power. I have found this is true of all Americans. There is no leisure clslss here. Even the wealthiest are actively interested in commercial en terprises, and often In speculation. I do no-, know a single wealthy Ameri can who is seeking rest with honor from business aud devoting the aut Here’s the Alarm Watch Some novel timepieces are being shown' this season. One domestic nov elty is a small watch which gives "railroad time." In place of the con ventional dial there Is a double-decked anangement of figures. The top row gives the hour, the lower the minutes. At half after ten one ‘sees by this clock 10:30. A half hour later the figure reads 11:00. The right-hand figure changes every minute In the lower column, while the one on the left Is shifted every ten minutes, and an hour is required for the changing of the number on top. Six dollars is the price asked for It. An imported idea is an alarm elock contained in a watch case. This is not the dollar watch with clock works in a watch case, but a watch with a watch movement. There is an addi tional attachment whereby a third "Mr. Shivvers.” he said in a voice choking with sympathy, "Mr. Shiv vers, my dear sir, believe me, I under stand that you did this from the purest and most unselfish motives. I know that your single wish, your splendid hope, was to air and comfort your fellow man, but stop and recon sider, think the matter over seriously, without allowing your heart to sway your to&d. Is it best? Is It wise? Scientists, you know, are agreed that a tropic climate tends to enervate, and ” "See here,” interrupted Mr. Shiv vers impatiently, "what in blazes have the tropics to do with a fool of a fur nace that obstinately refuses to give out any heat?” “And as 1 was going to say,” con tinued the plumber still more oompas sionately, "it’s too small, anyway. This furnace is too small, Mr. Shiv vers. 'lt might raise the temperature of this town considerably; or possibly of the county a trifle, If they could be shut ofT from the outside, but you real ly cannot succeed unless you build on© big enough to heat the whole hemis phere. you can’t indeed, my dear sir.” ‘Will you tell me what you are driv eling about?” cried Mr. Shivvers. “Why. aren’t you trying to turn till? into a tropic climate?” asked the plumber, with gre-.t apparent surprise. "You see, all the heat goes out through ‘ this smoke pipe into the wide, wide world, and of course I thought you had some philanthropic ” But what he thought was lost, in the flood of Mr. Shivvers' comments on the theory of thermodynamics, the practical structure of furnaces and things in general. ’Twere bettor a thousand times over to walk In the pathway of honor nnd toll. Than hark to the Siren that sings in th* north. And plunge In the feverish moil; For ever a picture of terror must live In the depths of the gold's yellow glow Of the hearts that are still on the frozen Yukon. And the bones that are covered with ■now! Oh. pastoral peace of the patriarchs old. When the hushundman tended his sheep Nor dreameil a wild, feverish dream of the north Nor heard in his sleep the seductive re frain As he lay In his steading asleep! Of the Siren thut sings from the floe To the hearts that ure still on the frozen Yukon, And the bones that covered with snowl Oh. pastoral peace! when his humble hearthstone Waa enough for the son of tho soil; When contentment and love were the gods he revered. And his soul was the soul of his toll. Oh, curse of the years! thut is blighting our race With a breath of the tempests thut blow O’er the hearts that are still on the fros en Yukon. And the hones that are covered with snow! Lowell Otus Rees* thrown open to women is of bewilder ing extent and charm. Friendship, athletics, scientific research, several of the professions, have brought us tholr novel offerings. Surprises have been so nu.nerouH that women have almost lost the power of being surprised. Ed ucation. physical vigor, social in fluence, accomplishments—these are our weapons for the battle of life, they are not victory, nor did they In sure it. The very phrase “the edu cated woman" is a misleading one, but it must serve in default of a Let ter. The woman of the future will hold her education at its due worth, and unless she does so hold it she will be unworthy of it. This future woman will have tho most gracious and alluring manners the world has ever known. She will have the sincerity of the Quaker, and the elegance of the French woman of the salon. umn of his life to uncommercial occu patio i of worthy character simply as healthful occupation. If there be such he is alone in a strange land.” It is possible, in the words of tho song, that "there are a few.” Mr. Car negie and Mr. W. C. Whitney might be named as examples, and the young er rich set cultivates leisure—with occasional excursions into the world of speculation or gambling. But the rule is as Mr. Dexter states It. No body seems to have enough. A mill ion makes two millions necessary, and two millions simply disclose the pos sibilities that lie within ten millions. And so on to —Rockefeller! The passion for accumulation is one of the Wrongest in human nature. Like Jealousy, it “grows by what it feeds on.” But what a small measure of life it holds! And what a pitiable am bition it is for "a man," as described by Shakespeare in the words of Ham let!—New York World. hand on the dial sets the alarm. This is operated by turning the rim con taining the crystal. At the appointed hour the alarm is struck, and runs as long as the spring will hold out. The watch is not intended to re place the alarm clock, though it is i useful for travelers who do not re -1 quire a loud alarm. Its special utility is found on the business man's desk, i Here it serves as a reminder of en i gagements of too great an importance to be trusted to the treacherous mem ory of the office boy. These watches cost from $4 up. One specimen from FTance costs from twenty francs, while there are German watches with twice the power for thirty-five marks. They have not yet been duplicated by ! local watchmakers, but their appear ance on the market Is merely a qu«> tion of time. Roman Blacksmith’s Statue. A remarkable statue of a blacksmith of the Gallo-Roman period bas been excavated in Paris in a small ceme tery in the Rue Cassini, near the ob servatory. The figure wears a striped cap. Tho face is broad and beardless and tt j features are very expressive, it is the only real statue of a black smith of ancient times in Paris. All others are mere figures of Vulcan. Under the statute was found the skeleton of a powerful •man. probably the blacksmith represented by the statue. Coins discovered in the same grave show that the man was burled in the year 98. during the r*ign of Tro jan. The find has been transferred to the Museq Carnavalet, where it is now exhibited. Weather Bureau News. The Weather Bureau collects its In formation by telegraph, and for a short time twice a day the whole telegraphic system of the country is at its service to the exclusion of all other business whatsoever. The telegram- are 6ent In cipher, to secure their correct, care ful transmission, and to lessen tolls. Deafness Cannot be Cured. br local •npllcatlona aa they cannot reach the dU ea»cd portion of the ear. There la only one way to cure deafne-a, and that 1* hy conation »i remedlea. DeufneaH t» i-auacd hy an luflauied • Million or the uiucoiia IlnlriK of tho Kuatacblan Tut.r. When thla tube fa Inflamed you have a runiblli ► sound or Im perfect hearing, and when It la enllr. i duaed. Deaf naaa la the rc»ult. and unleaa the Inllninrnallou eau he taken out and thla tube reatore I t<> Ita normal con dition. hearing wl Ibe deatroyed fore . r Nine caaea out of ten are cauaed by Catarrh, whb 1.1« nothing hut an Inflamed condition of the mucona .urfu.-ea. We will give tine Hundred Dollara h r any ra»e of Deafneaa icauaed hy catarrh > that • atin-.t be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for dr. ~»ra. free. K. J. CIIKNEY At. 0.. Toledo, O. Sold by Drugglan, 7f*c. 11a.1'. Family ITlIa are the beat. "Aren't you going to tl« uounce th** trusts any more?" "No.'' answered Sena tor Sorghum. "It makes a i>.nl Impres sion. Sounds us if you htu! t any rich friends." A St. Louis World’s Fair Informa tion Bureau ha* been established at 836 Seventeenth street, Denver, in charge of Phil P. Hitchcock, where information will be cheerfully fur nished. Ernie—Helen has such a -low young man.” Ida—Yes. Indeed! tVhv. when he goes away she has to muss Iter own hair to make believe he kissed h* t •fhe secret of the popularity of Baxter's "Bullhead" 8-cent cigar la revealed In one word—" Quality." "I can't tell you exactly where Jinks lives, but he has a high whlt< fence and his next neighbor Is a colored man. "Thank you. I can't mistake the loca tl when I have It In black and white. When Your Grocer Says ha does not have Defiance Starch, you mar b* sure be ie afraid to keep It until tala stock of 12 oz. packages are sold. Defiance Rtarch is not only latter than any other Cold Water Rtarch, hut contains 16 oz. to the package and sella for iama money aa 12 oa brands. The miner digs Into the <.*rth For all the coal we get I dig Into my pocket book. And that seems harder vet. friTS •’•rmaoeullyCuroU. Xoßu ar orrrouiDMtaftai Brat day • u.a of Dr. Klma • Groat Servo Keelorrr. Rod for KURK 14.00 trial too" *■ and treaties, k. K. 11. KLlsa. Ltd.. Oil Arch SC. I'uledalpbt*. l*a The man who has the snm lest lunch cheek often gets his napkin dirtiest and takes the biggest hunch of tooth picks. A smile of satisfaction goes with one of Baxter’s "Bullhead" 5-cent cigars. "Can you talk German?** "Yes. a little, but I'm not sure that my c< t. vernation In thut language Is a pronoun "I success. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. sira. winnow* ..omul* For rbl.uren teething, •often* rh* gun... re luce* in fl.-nm.imn ailayi pain.cure* win 1 colic. 26< about*. The shipbuilding trust —erm* to have put more water Into Its st"Ck than ships Into the water.. Those Who Have Tried It wfl! as* no other. Defiance Cold Water Rtarch ha* no equal In Quantity or Qnal- Ity—l6 oz. for 10 cents. Other brands con tain only 12 os. "What Is your role with the new show?" “Oh. I'm a tumbler.” ■moke Baxter's "Bullhmd" B-cent cigar. Any tnan is liable to make mistakes, but it Is the other fellow who blunders. I am sure Plso's Cure for < , lD «uinpt!on saved nay life three years ago- Mrs. Taos. K >bblwb. htjsim Street, Norwich, N. Y.. Feb. 17,19UQ. If you want to know anything about club life ask a poll*frnuii. Why It Is the Best Is became made by an entirely different process. Defiance Rtarch 1« unlike any other, better and on* third more for 10 sent i One reason why fat non are good-na tured Is because good-nttured men are fat The mildest tobacco that grows la used In the make-up of Baiter’s Bullhead F cent cigar. Try one end aee. Her name Is Moore. 1 love her best; When she’s no Moore I will Ho li'i-.t. ' '< Denver Direetory f. j TIcIAH, Bad Fix ■— Lw n ver, Colo. K\ $4O Saddle for nriiwrn dcqt la: :dry Soreness and Stiffness : fsssssssSaa makes every motion of tho body palr.ful. the surest '» inch .klrta, 3 1-4- P „ n;. j. Kora and quickest way out of the trouble Is to use atlrrup leather-, uGrfll&n UEfISPy DITUS rIMK , )N ,J . 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Gold and Hilv.r 76c. eleannlng vaginal douche, for sore throat, naaal vale. In IPonglaH thoaa. /^moy flJ||W «1 l,«| WJ I f Hilver 0«>ld, S.’vi-r and I end. 1 1 ontarrh. ax a mouth trit.h and to remove tartar Corona U the hlgh.-t l>< .. * . 11l Copper. 7V. Go d. Mlver an<l Copper, |IXO. and wblU-n th<- t< •t h. Serul today; a loatal oard grade Pal.leather made. fßc^BaL—^dffrM C|ltl WHfll E3 I Will do. |pi| Baat C<mgh Syrup. Taauia Pood, uao rilta Mataimnnial Inurnal rontatna rich Mold by drngglata or tent poatpald by as, BB Our $4 Qllt Edge Line cannot oe~equal ltd at any price. Llll™ IflairilHOnial JUUllldl nandejaie offer". Santa, large box. a.tldf.rllun ruaranlaail, Khoea by mall, 27> rent* aatra. Illustrate'* I Marrv toy .ur a>l»4n:»ge month. lltlr, ..r V per cod r lUX|i lAXTDN 111., Hu.WIL Man, Catalog free, W, L hOIULiH, UixlUa, Itia | with photo#, luu rd. C«., f .0. 18, Baitiaar*. 14. 81« Coiambus A **. A PROMINENT CHURCH WORKER SAYS SHE OWES HER LIFE TO PE=RU=NA. Mri - Hattie A *k y^Ui3Ti^Zp S>JL '^ LaFountaln Kl \ JThI rl PRrsaupnora 1 1 Mrs. Hattie La Fountain, Treas. Protected Home Circle and Catholic 1 Ladies of Ohio, writes from Galion, O., as follows: ! ••After my tint child waa bora / Buffered for aeveral montha with ; beating down palna accompanied by dreadful headachea. / waa afraid < ! my health waa rained tor life , and fell very downcaat about II. Ona day j when a friend waa vlaltlng me ahe told me of Peruna and what It had I | done tor her when ahe Buffered with Irregular mcnatruatlon. My husband • i procured a bottle the aame evening and / began to take It dally according ; to directions. Before the first botte waa used I waa entirely well, and ! you certainly have one grateful woman'a blessing. / have also advised my frlenda to use It." MRS. HATTIE LA FOUNTAIN. Secretary Woman’s State Federa tion Says; “Pe-ru-na Does More Than is Claimed for it.” Mrs. Julia M. Drown, Secretary of the Woman's State Federation of California, writes from 131 Fifth St., Los Angeles, Cal., as follows : "I have never known of any patent med icine which did what it professed to do ex cept Peruna. This remedy does much more than it claims, and while I have newer ad vocated any medicine, 1 feel that it is but VOLUME n MO Si BKCSMZS* 17. ISOS THE || i New Subscription Offer. 111 •T— Tk« Haw Subscriber wka cals aut and trod* thla slip ar lha asms •< this Pager at aacr I H C.S with 51.79 will racalva: •,'£* I ■ r ** All lha iaauet at Tha Companion lar lha maaialag waaks at I HI. I I *— WA Tha Deubla Number* lar Thaakafllvlafl. CWIIBM and Saw Taar'o. | ® IT- ■ m Tha Youlb'a Compoaloa" Sprlagiima” Calaadaa lar IM4, Utheflraebed -"SS I ■ la Iwtlva caloro sad Bald. I ■ Than lha fifty!we iasaaa af Tha Campanian for HM —a library *1 lha hast reading for I I ** every weaker af lha family. ajoi I ■ m- Iflailralrd Anmommesmsnl and Sample Capias af lha Paper Fret. Im. I THE. YOUTH’S COMPANION. BOSTON. MASS. S | I justice to s|>eak a good word (or it because I have found it to be such a rare exception. ”1 have known several women who were little better than physical wrecks, mothers who dragged out a miserable, painful exist ence, but were made well and strong through the use of I’eruna. I have known of cases of chronic catarrh which were cured in a short time, when a dozen diflerent remedies had l>een experimented with and without good results. 1 use it myself when I feel nervous and worn out, and I have always found that thu results were most satisfac factory.'” JULIA M. BROWN. HER GREAT FORTUNE. A Woman Saved From Life-Long Misery and Made Happy and Useful. A woman confined to tho house for sev eral years with a chronic female derange ment had finally given up ho(>e of being cured. She had tried physician after physician, and remedy alter remedy, without any per manent improvement. Her treatment had cost her husband, who was a poor man, hundreds of dollars. '1 hey had been obliged to deny themselves many comforts of life in order to get money enough to pay the physicians. Tho woman had become weak, nervous and wretched, nnd scarcely able to keep out of her bed. Her children were grow ing up neglected and ragged because of the want of a mother's care. Her husband was becoming discouraged nnd broken down with overwork. Picking up the paper one day she hap pened to read an item which contained tno news that Dr. Hartman would treat such cases free of charge by letter. Site imme diately wrote the doctor describing her ca.<M\ and giving him ail her symptoms. Site soon received a letter telling her ex actly what to do, and what medicines and appliances to get. She began the treat ment (the principle remedy being Peruna) at once, and in a few weeks site waa well and strong again, able to do her own work.' This offer of free home treatment to wom en is still open to all who may need the serv ices of this eminent physician All letters applying for treatment will be promptly answered, and be held strictly confidential Miss Annie lloban, Post Pocahontas of Yernassee Council of Red Men Branch), writes from 872 l-.ighth Ave., New York: "Three months ago 1 was troubled with backache and a troublesome heaviness about the stomach. Sleep brought me no rest for. it was a restless sleep. The doctor said my nervous system was out of order but his pre scriptions didn't seem to relieve me. I waa told that Peruna was good for building up tho nervous system. After using it for two months I know now that it is. 1 want tosay that it made a new woman of me. Tho tor turing symptoms have all disappeared and I feel myself again. Peruua/did me more good than all the other medicines I have taken." ANNJH HOB AN. Miss Mamie I’owell, Lake Charles, Lots isiana, writes: "I sincerely believe that Peruna is wom an's best friend, for it has certainly l>een that to me. I had had headaches, backache* and other aches every month for a long time, but shortly after 1 began taking Peruna tins weß a thing of the past, and I have good reason to be grateful. I take a l Kittle every spring and fall now, and that keeps my health perfect, and I certainly nm more robust now than f have been instore and am weighing more. I do not think anyone will l>e disappointed in the results obtained fxotn the use of Pa runa." MISS MAMIE POWELL If you do not derive prompt and satisfac tory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state ment of your case, and he will l»e pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, I’resident of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.