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oC' 'ce few wiords of advice
,nu'rbby nurse Eliza King, are
wi worthy the attention of all
'Tisave constantly used St. Jacobs 011 in
tthe various situations I have occupied as
nuse,sd-have invariably found'it excellent
ika allss.requvirig outward application,
aSmsispsatle, Iamles, rheumatic affections,
nariagia, etc. In cases of pleurisy it is an
exc int remedy--well rubbed in. I can
stroagly recommend it after several years'
use and experience. It should be in every
Sister CAnoLNxA, St. Andrew's Hospital,
writes s" I have found St. Jacobs Oil a most
Seffcacous remedyin gout ; also in sprains and
bruises. Indeed, we cannot say too much
in its praise, and our doctor is ordering it
Oroleans C., ao llrk. WI
No., ow Yoreh 106
bhshelr pa .ra. Dog well
Ovorywhar. Tha. peys.
8Oth Century Oats.
Thb or m5805., producing
far 100 to 800 bs. per re.
yields. The S. Age Dz ep
solt them toh ray kerl
Three bared Conm.
200 to r0 bB . par soe, is
1 t.esoe y proutable a pe r yw
yrilded in O0 State. lityear
o n ur for oi b rslus aper h
lrOSit fulte aend a l
hogs, sheep and settle rt o
.e.o. butlosalb. are-st
oay dotflo Wdoes we C
e",y.h. ' at pay.
womuie c h oermls.
o,.t1 wonderful n so of
th oentury. Prodal d ntoae
of bay snd lotstod dloa of
atnrdoe besitde paer ow
rdws whereera soil I.
deAnd, Simsmrt ed Its
waorantod. That pay.
1000 o for too.
We wish you o try oTe.
oa eat farm sod.a, ihe n
offes to send 10 tfarm
ramples, onontnif Thousan
os ado d sole, TeesLnto, Rapes
Alhlat. pelM., soe. (fullywArth
ho 00eo ta i t togsher itch
os O solous, sr too postage.
' SALZElR'S MAGIC CRUSHED SHELLS.
Hms on earth. Sell at "146 per 200 lb. b1
$.76 fora0 lbs.; $.60 for 1.000 lbs.
T E N , ""
S( PUT UP ZN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES )
A substitute for and superior to mustard or
anyother plaster, and will not blister the
most delicate skin. The pain-allaying and
ourative qualities of thisarticle are wonder
ful. It will stop the toothache at once, and
relieve headache and sciatica. We recom-.
mend it as the best and safest external
oounter-irrltant known, also as an external
remedy for pains in the chest and stomach
and all rheumatic, neuralgic and gouty com
plaints. A trial will prove what we claim
for It, and it will be found to be invaluable
in the household. Many people say "it is the
beat of all of your preparations."' Price 1I
cents, at all druggists or other dealers, or by
sending this amount to us in postage stamps
we will send you a tube by mail. No article
should be accepted by the public unless the
same carries our label, as otherwise it is not
genuine. CHBISBBROUGH MPG. CO.,
* 17 State Street, NEW TouR CITY.
THE CONTENTED FARiMER
is the man who never has a failure in crops,
gets splendid returns for his labors, and has
best social and relig
ious advantages, to
gether with splendid
l'At Jcli/mate and excellent
health. These wegive
Ato the settlers on the
lands of Western Can
ada, which comprises
- the great grain and
ra inag lands of Manitoba, Assnibola. Alberta
and Saskatchewan. Exoeptional advantages
and low rates of fare are given to those desir
ous of inspecting the fall grant lands. Th'e
handsome forty-page Atlas of Western Can
ada sent free to all applicants. Apply to F.
Pedley, Superintendent immigration. Ottawa,
Canada; or to J. S. Crawford. 214 W. 9th tr.,
Kansas City. Mo., or Capt. E. Barrett. Houston,
Tex.. u andinn GCnovesrmen? Agents.
SAVE YOUK GRAIN SACN S
and get cash fr them froln
SIERCANTIL ORAlS CO.. Houston, TYe.
Quotations on Car Lot, Of Hay, Grain and
Seeua upon application.
Houston Cycle Works, ", .,, "' ....
140.00 Wheel, at $18.00. B. & W. TIIr,.. A I. 01.;".k
All olhe. gotoir 1ol n,rl,Cortl0in. We sell cheaper
than any other Mail Ordler House.
'OUNGO WOMAN Just came Into pnsoesa.on nO S14.15,
desires correepondleace with a resrecitrls man who
Would appreoiate good wife. Box 5358, TrantoCau.
€es. look f mtlmonlan aln 10 Wagon treCtmere
lE'lag~, ianners. etc., etr.
W. N. U.. HOUSTON. NO. 13.-1902
When Answering Advertisements Kindly
Mention This roper.
ALs No EQUAL.
Defiance Starch is the
cheapest laundry starch
-one-third more for the
same money, and it's the
best starch made, too-
the best in the world-16
ounces for 10 cents.
If your grocer does
REQUI6WC001HOOI not keep it send us his
Pname and we will send
you one trial package.
Theo f '. - sayio g' thit all the world
a lover' should be revised to read
that all the world loves to make fun
of a lover.
Your Money Refunded
'If 80eAras' Pils Cura fails to cure you. All
druggists. 8AMPLE EBas by HOME REMEDY
CO., HoTerow, TaxAs.
Every man cuts his eye teeth in
time He may keep his troubles to
himself but not one ever escaped.
It will be a cold day when you find
a laundry starch anywhere near as
good as Defiance.
A man who is suddenly accepted by
an heiress knows what it feels like to
jump into an ice-cold bath in winter.
People buy Harnlin's Wizard 011 be
cause they have learned by experience
that it cures pain of every kind.
The hardest thing on earth is to act
pleased when you are disappointed.
Iill the Germ that is Destroying
the lalr Root.
IS THE SCIENTIFIC REMEDY
THAT KILLS THESE
Por Sale by rgisats. Price $1.00.
The "Only" Incubator.
r IlHeats Evenly.
A wents wanted to repre
sent us in their own homes
Liberal commission. No
risks. WRITE QUICK.
The "Only" Incubator Co.
GUI R~A NN TEED
MA5BO]R,PB GOK&LAWREROE.Patent Lawyee
wahihton, D.O. Established 1861. GuidesBook Pree
xold by MD
and the best
Notirce irrs a fo sals in table ,losur:
90 -1,56670 Pairs.
T uin 4lJOrkhani Doubled in Four Years.
W. L.l outglas makes andsellsmoremen's
$3.00and$3.50shoes than anyother twoman
ifacturers in the world.
W. L. Douglas 83.0o and 53.0 shoeo placed
side by stile with 8i.00 and $0;.58 shoes of
other mIakes. are found to be just as 5.'od.
Theytrlaouwear o two pairs of ordinary
$3.00 and $3.50 shoes.
Made of the best leathers. Including Patent
corona Kid. Curona Coilt. oca lAstn:ool Anaroaroo.
s.t C ltolr er l i. n ls 1 Ia.mys 0 r u Iotl Tlr.d.
W. L. rDouglas .00 "'iOllt EgL -~ine"
cAnnot be equalled e at any price.
Sheee s At. eles.L.I ..
'·LAND OF SUNSHINE."
"'THE GOLDEN WEST,"
Homeseekere' Reres (One WsYl. ill elffct
Mirch l to April 80, inclusive. Tl-rtghlToisrit
Sleeper every Tusesdav. lekets on sale daily.
General Confederatlon iWomen's Clubs. i.ol
Angeles. The lathe Fe dneclared the iCilicinl
onteo. Round Trip Ticket. on sale Aeprsl to
27. inclusive. NO change ot cars. ullltuan
Ssleepers through to Los Angeles.
It yeo wish to see the Wondrous Rock
Formations of New Me'xlco. the Cotuson LIhtlol,
the Pueblo Villlage, L.gunl, lli, Unltle Cit ili
Iatlon and Scenic G.raudeur tr" the s etrt, travel
Interesting, illustrated literature, lOe postage
W. 6. KELIAN, teen. Pass. Agt., ialveuton.
lat oapeital to carry on the packag6. dye
lusiness in this country, and that there
are twelve different factories ia the Unit
ed States that manufacture package dye?
One of the largest package.dye factories
in the world is that of the.Putastam ade
less Dye Co.. Unionville, Mo. In this fao
tory alone over three million packages
are put up every year. When you know
that each package colors from to S
pounds of goods, or that the output of
Putnam Fadeless Dyes alone will color
from 9 to 18 million pounds and that it
would require more than 800 cars to haul
this amount of dyed goods, you will re
alize the magnitude of this seemingly
There is a certain measure of good
luck in dying while one is still or an
age to cause people to be sorry about
STArr or Owro, CITY Or TOLIDO, i
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.,
doing business in the City of Toledo, County
and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Cstarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 188s
[S] A. W. GLEASON.
eall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
lets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
)f the system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O
Sold by Druggists, 7c.
Hail's Family Pills are the best.
Boston is at last getting even.
President Eliot says New York is
squalid and ugly. Is that the reason
way Boston people like to visit the
A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE.
The beautiful picture, "BED TIME,"
size 25x38 inches, suitable for framing,
will be sent to any person who will
send five two-cent stamps for postage
and packing, and the face of Dr. W. B.
Caldwell taken from a package of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the famous
laxative and stomach remedy. All drug
gists sell it, 50c and $1.00 bottles. This
offer good only until June 1, 1902. Ad
dress Pepsin Syrup Co., Monticello, Ill.
No matter how much money you
may have, if you are poor in character,
that means poverty for ever.
Many School Children Are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil
dren, used by Mother (tray, a nurse in
Children's Home, New York, cure Fever
ishness, Headache, Stomach Troubles,
Teething Disorders and Destroy Worms.
At all druggists.25c. Sample mailed free.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N.Y.
W. H. Bryning and wife go to Mlar
shalltown. Iowa. tomorrow to get
some board coming to them from kin.
THE BEST RESrI.TS IN STARCHING
can be obtained only by using Deliance
Starch, besides getting 4 oz. more for
same money--no cooking required.
Half the plleasulre of a conductor's
life is in telling the passengers
CHANGE OF LIFE,
Some Sensible Advice to WO
men by Mrs. E. Sailer.
" DEAR MRS. 'INKlIlAM : -When I
passed through what is known as
' change of life,' I had two years' suf
fering, - sudden heat, and as quick
chills would pass over me ; my appetite
was variable and I never could tell for
MRS. E. SAILER,
President German Relief Association,
Los Angeles, Cal.
a day at a time how I would feel the
next day. Five bottles of Lydia E.
Piulrnkhan's Vegetable Colti pound
changed all that, my days became days
of health, and I have enjoyed every day
since-now six years.
" We have used co,nsiderable of your
Vegetable Compound in our eharitable
work, as we find that to, rcst,.re a poor
mother to health so she can support her
self and those dependent upn ther. if
such there be, is truer charity than to
give other aid. You have my hearty
endorsement, for you have proven
yourself a true friend to sufflerini wo
menu."- aRs. E. SAIlER, 75'C' Hill St.,
Los Angeles, Cal.--S$co forfeit if abose tes
timonial Is ,,ot genuine.
No other person can give stuch .
helpful advice to women who
are sick as can Mrs. Pinkhamn,
for no other has had such great
experience--lherc address is Lynn,
Mass., and her advice free-if
you are sick write her--you are
foolish if you don't.
/ WMIY DON' YOU RCEA
AND K(LP DRIY
DEWARE OF IMITATION5 LOOK FOR AlOVE TRADE MARlL
3howing Full Li-e. of Garment, and Hnts.
Man's Mission on Earih,
Mgdtial Book Free.
Know Thyself Mllpnl. a boolk for men only, seat
yree. i)otpawd. sealed. to esery mlt, rendrtrmen
tlonImg this paper; 6c. for postage. "The ~lRnee
I~ife. or Bstt prs..ervathoo- the ooid Medal Plrize
Treatise, the bestredltci hordt of this or sny ase.
870 pp., with enlrrassings and Areslrieisne. Elegats
Library Edltlin. fsull gTlO OD LY 51; p-Pejr a,,rrs,
iaferlor abrlded edlth. Yti. C.ET THE pEST. Ad
In b eo...try. woite today for these ,oos: key,
to h~alth and nappins. Conrsultatton, in pason or
by lettert Stot suanday, lOtol.
The Peabody Medical lastitute beeh manead"
lit, but no eqnals.-Doston Herald.
'Whss Writlng mensus $aispeer,
Imperial E C Z lMA Remedy
Psiltively Cse Ezma sad Al Diseaees of aki
Ssd Scalp. Ask ostDeay~ist.
DEER K1o*Wi t ' .E'K PROTECE
TION AT FARM HOUSES.
Two RXemarkable Instances That Are
Vouohed for-One Animal Displayed
Intelligence That Wasu Almost Human
--ratitude of a swawn
"Some time ago," said a Sullivan
county citizen, "the Sun published an
item about a young deer, pursued by
dogs, that bounded into a Maine vil
lage and virtually sought protection
of a boy in the street. That might
seem to be an amazing story, but to
any one who has lived where wild deer
abound and. has observed their nature
it is an incident by no means uncom
•Everyt *odman knows that al
-taough the wild deer is the most timid
of animals and dreads intensely the
sight or scent of man, the female deer,
when wounded, and pressed by hunter
or hound, or when pressed closely and
as yet unhurt, will seek the protection
of human beings or their habitations.
Buck fawns will also seek such pro
tection, but no buck that has come to
the dignity of horns will show such a
disposition; at least none to my
knowledge has ever done so.
"The strange part of this disposition
on the part of does and fawns is that
they plainly ask for the protection
they seek. The most striking instane,
of this I ever knew was that of the
splendid doe that sought refuge from
danger at the hamlet of Cooley, in Sul
"A. G. Welch of that place. was eat
ing his supper when he saw the don
coma bounding from the woods into
his dooryard. He hurried to the door,
and the doe trotted straight to hint
and would have entered t.,e house, but
Welch was so startled that he slam
med the door in the deer's face.
"The deer then went to a window
and looked appealingly through. The
animal was panting heavily, and was
plainly very tired, but the door was
not opened for it to enter, and it de
"From 'Welch's place the doe wen't
to Melvin Carley's, about half a mile
away. Carley was sitting in his kitch
en, and hearing a noise, looked up an
saw the deer standing at a window.
rubbing the pane with its nose, and
looking longingly in at Carley, who,
being an experienced hunter. knew at
once that the deer was fleeing from
logs or hunters.
"He went out and the c.-er followed
aiml. or rather walked close by his
side to the barn, where he lolKed it up.
Once in the barn, the deer lay down,
so nearly run to death had it been. It
t-ad been shot in the back and on the
"Carley fed the deer and doctored
its wounds, and when it was sound and
well again he offered it its liberty,
but the grateful beast refused to take
it, and is still in Carley's possession,
although its rescue occurred two years
"I know of an instance in which a
fawn pursued by dogs, ran into a farm
house and jumped into the lap of the
farmer's wife, who was peeling apples
in the kitchen. That fawn remained
on the farm and became such a pet
that when she disappeared one fall
there was great lamentation in the
family and a good reward was offered
for her recovery.
"As no trace of her could be found.
it was at last concluded that she had
been killed by some ruthless person.
But this was not the case. for the doe
reappeared one day in the following
spring with a pretty little spotted fawn
by her side, and -there was great re
"The fawn was a buck fawn and
along in the next summer it went
away and never came back. The doe
however. never left the farm again,
and died on it: at a good old age."
New York Sun.
Throwing the Slipper.
The fashion of throwing a white sat
in slipper after the bridal pair as they
depart for their new home after the
wedding ceremony is over is supposed
to have originated among the peasants
of southern France.
There the bride is conducted to her
new home by her friends. while her
husband is made to halt a couple of
hundred yards from the house. Sup
posing there is a rejected suitor. he
now arms himself with all ohl sabot
and flings it with his best aim at the
bridegroom as he 'runs full speed to
ward the house. \Vith the throwinl
of the old shoe all bad feeling which
lay have hitherto been felt are piut
English Court Out of Mlouruing.
The English court has gone out of
mourning for Queen Victoria. The
royal household has likewise, for the
first time in forty years, gonfl out of
mourning for the late lprince consort.
From the time of the latter's' death
until the anniversary_ of Queen \Vic
toria's demise last - montj.. the do
mestics and gentlemen of the royal
household have never been seen with
uut a black mnourning band around
their left arm, and black, too. was
the invariable dress of the ladies in
attendance on- the late sovereign.
These emblems of woe have now dis.
Where the House Acted Wastily.
The house does funny things som
times. It passe;l a bill the other day
establishing a lighthouise on thle coast
of North Carolina. The sec(ond sec
tion of the bill provided that thle "act
Sapproved March 3. 1901. be. and the
same is hereby repea'thd." The act
thus wiped off the statute books at
one fell swoop was the sundry civil
appropriation bill. which alpplrol)riatedl
millions and millions of dollars for
the expenses of the govcrnlllent. In
the senate the bill was amended so as
to be less sweeping in its effect.'
The Present New vothk IRage.
The rage for ittle tur--o> ec collars
in different colors of linen, elnbr-oid
ered in the same ,or contraslitng olirs.
has spread amiong all classes and con
ditions of women. Cashiers in res
taurants, work on them between tak
ing in money, and yesterday a '-o
man was embroidering.one on an ele
vated train with as much unconcern
as if she were in her own home.-New
-Colomet Sir Vitgaent SheeldB , who
has -returned from South Africa, said
in a speech at Caton, Enagland, Feb
ruary 8, that when he left from eighty
to ninety Boer commandos of about 200
men each were still in the field, or in
all 16,000 to 18,000 men. "
Ar eGood Housekeepers
use ATLAS OATS, because it has thh
nest flavor and is absolutely- pure.
John L. Sullivan says he will quit
the stage and engage in farming. If
he should prove as successful in rais
ing crops as he has been in raising
.hellaballoo he may in time become a
TYo Can Get Allen's Foot-Ease Free.
Write to-day to Alien 8. Olmsted, Le
Roy,N.Y.,for a FREE sample of Allen's
Foot-hose; a powder. It cures sweating,
damp, swollen, aching feet Makes new
or tight shoes easy. A certain cure for
Chilblains and Frost-bites. At all
druggists and shoe stores; 25 cents.
The business of the council of gov
ernment of Malta is now transacted by
the vice president and six official
members, the thirteen elected repre
sentatives having withdrawn as a
protest against alleged illegal taxes.
Try One Package.
If "Defiance Starch" does not please
you, return it to your dealer. If it
does, you get one-third more for the
same money. It will give you satis
faction and will not stick to the iron.
"Come, share the world with me,"
wrote the valentine maker, and weont
home and jawed his wife because din
ner was late.
EARLIEST RUSSIAN MILLET.
Will you be short of hay If so, plant a
plenty of this prodigally prolific millet.
5 to 8 Tons of Rich Hay Per Acre.
Price 50 lbs. $1.90; 100 lbs. f3. Low freights.
John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse,Wis. W
The driving of the last spike on the
Northern Pacific Railroad at Gold
Creek, Mont., in 18S3 is to be made
the subject of a painting to overlook
the grand staircase in Montana's new
Defiance starch is put up 16 ounces
in a package. 10 cents. One-third
more starch for same money.
The busiest plan on earth is the man
who keps on a continual run getting
out of the way of work.
For tt, Lumbermans Convention at Houston
April 5th to 10th. 1l,02, the Ilonston & earus
Railroadl will sell sell round trip ri,'ket at re
ducned rates. Late of sale will hie April 5th
and 7th. and for train arriving at IIouston mor
ning of Adril nth . Tickiets will he limited to
leave Houston nor later then April 12th .
The LUMUBEIMANS SP'EC'IAI. for Mexico
City will leave Houston at 11-15 P.M: April
10th vio the SUNSET ROUllTE. and will stop at
all points of interest In the Republic along the
route travelep . A very low rate will be made
to delegates attending the Convention , ant ex
tencion of limit will be made on the tickets sold
to llHouston .
This is a rare chance to visit Mexico City.
For Information regarding rate, schedule,
sleeping car accommnodations ect, write Carl
F,Drake. Austin, Tex. or
M. L. ROBBINS, T. J. ANDERSON,
G. P. &T. A. Houston, Tex. A. G. P. A.
The minute a man begins to think
he discovers plenty to think about.
SALZER'S LIGHTNING CABBAGE.
This is the earliest cabbage in the world
and a regular gold mine to the market gardener
By the way, there islotsof
money to be made on ear
lieCt cabbage. beets, peas,
radishes, cucumbers and the
For lee. and this Notice
the John A. Salzer Seed Co.,
LaCrosse. Wis., will send
you their mammoth catalog
and 150 kinds of flower and vegetable seeds.
Market gardeners' catalog. ic postage. w. N. U.
Commutation tickets between Phila
delphia and Wilmington, Del., accord
ing to a late order of the railway com
pany, must have photographs of the
To Cure a Cold in One day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it fails tocure. 25c.
It's had luck to drop a wedding cake.
but it's worse to have to clean the car
Relf Home Treatment for Ladles.
I wtl send free, with full Inetructi"-n. ii,,te of
this simple preparatln for the stiure itf lieut ,rrht-ra.
I'h'eratl.nu ltlsla.ct .ulenle. ]'a.lllu, of the Wtollnh.
Fuantyor alstsfutl l"'rio-,. 'I utors .rtgrwth . ll,,t
-la hties. lIt- re to (-ry. ite n tl n t reltl' Illt the plti i,
'utu nlu the Blak. oud u.; li."t il e Tr,,u,r,e. t- ul etand
uIng a-idr,."s. ''oT mothers of ouffterlne;dausghters I will
rhxl'h n a i ccitt-5t01 Ii,,ulluel"r t-,ireieii. ltystulsd-ilde
guar++tjit''-t.'r ldt di mtslii-h..u-tly.u:syhiuiliig.
Tell otlier bUi-itr. tf i It:that Is a i i I ik. Adlirr-s
lIa. B. -ctt.tll:-. tI's M., Niutrs Dame, luik
Vlhen people talk albouit you. you say
it is "'none of their liisinr.ts.'. But
they make it their Itusiness, just tile
Defiant-c Starch is guaranteed big
gest atid best or nltni('y trefutllledi. 16i
ounces. ,li ctonlts. Try it now.
SThile exlieriment was lately tried in
the New York pultlic librariess of- ask
ing 130 children to vote on their fa
vor'ite hooks. In a list of authors sub
mitted to their c-onsidtration Iloratio
Alger led with 211 1votes. 1iiss Altott
coming secolltd w'ith 21.
The ciltlial furniture of this coun
try has bIeein absorbed by I)ttyv'rs. atnd
dealers itn antitiutes. ate IInow COllltpl'led
to illlpl't their wares front England
and the continent.
ALL OP TO D)ATE HOISEKEEPERS
use Defiance.Cold 1Water Starch. because
it is better and 4 oz. mnore of it for same
A man mnay scoff, but the last thing
he iloes on earth is to call for a
What is the ute of empioyinig some one
to' do your d-t-eing for you. If you use
PUrTNAM AI Al)I.LESS I)YES you can
do it just as well as a profes.ionaL
b;old by druggists. 10c. per package,
While it mlay Ibe etullalrrassing at
times to tell the truth. its Ilositively
annoying to bg called Uilpon to 1Irove a
Tetter is Terrible.
Bunt Tetterlne cree it. ;'y waire has, had Tetter for
t-ellii i-rari. intI Tetterene i' tthe dllly tting that
diwitte go-i, -Spl s " 1,h"--.A., ,. Crast. trane,
Mis'. 50c s .to5 l's-mall ftn .t. T. R,htlltrlnet, La
vanaahu; Ga., if your drugbklt .uoao ketp it.
Somehow or otheF, it's a hard prop
osition in a boarding house to convince
a man that there's no such thing as a
chicken with fifty wings.
WHEN Voo BUt STAJcn
buy DeLance and set the bet, lU b _
is nests O*.e seed. alwYs &
"Pe-ru-a is as Exoi
---Iami asWdu .
HON. DAN. A. GROSVENOR, OF THE FAMOUS OHIO FAMILY.
lion. Dan. A. Grosvenor, Deputy Auditor for the War Department, In a
letter written from Washington, D. C., says:
",Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the benefit derive
from one bottle of Peruna. One week has brought wonderful chabng :
and I am now as well as ever. Besides being one of the very -haes . ;.F}
spring tonics it is an excellent catarrh remedy."--- -
DAN. A. GROSVENORý.
In a recent letter he says: -
"I consider Peruna really more meritorious than I did when ;
wrote you last. 1 receive numerous letters from acquaintances ll
over the country asking me if my certificate is genuine. I Invariably
answer, yes."---Dan. A. Grosvenor.
A Congrresman's Letter.
lion. II. W. Ogden, Congressman
from Louisiana, in a letter written at
Washington, D. C., says the following
of Peruna, the national catarrh remedy:
"I can conscientiously recommend
your gruna as a fine tonic and all
around good medicine to those who
are in need of a catarrh remedy. It
has been commended to me by people
who have used it, as a remedy par
ticularly effective in the cure of
catarrh. For those who need a good
catarrh medicine I know of nothing
better."-H. W. Ogden.
Treat Catarrh in Spring.
The spring is the time to treat
catarrh. Cold, wet winter weather
often retards a cure of catarrh. Ifa
Backache, Headache, Dizz' ess
are frequent results of menstrual disturbanoes,
falling of the womb, inflammation, or any one of
the score of diseases which afflict women of all
ages. But they all soon disappear, and with them
Seua the cause, when G. F. P. is taken. It is not worth
while to experiment with other medicines when a
bottle of G. F. P. will convince you that it CURES.
MRS. ADA WEBB, of Pike Road, Ala., suffered in this way
for more than three years. Her case is typical of thousands.
She writes: "I suffered from whites, nervousness, fainting up ella
bearing down pains at monthly periods, sick headache, etc. Of all
the remedies I tried nothing did me any good until I began the use of
a. F. P. It has cured me of my terrble afflictions and I have takes
only four bottles. I can recommend G. F. P. very highly and think
it should be used by every woman who suffers."
In many Instances a single bottle of 0. F. P. has cared
cases that for years had resisted all other treatment. It is a
1HOME CURE for the diseases of women, which accounts for
its widespread popularity and general use.
You can get (. F. P. from your druggist or dealer at $S a
bottle. If he does not have it he will get It for you if you will
Insist on having it and refuse to accept any substitute.
If there are features connected with your trouble about which you
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course of Peruna is taken during the
early spring months the cure will be
prompt and permanent. There can
be no failures if Peruna is takens
intelligently during the favorable'
weather of spring.
As a systemic catarrh remedy Pe
runa eradicates catarrh from the sys
tem wherever it may be located. It
cures catarrh of the stomach or bowels
with the same certainty as catarrhof
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
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