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TOE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19, 190.1.
NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST
NOTICE. The Vanfcuver (tancy of Tna Ore.
J Oatlj Journal U loeeted at 003 Mala street,
uba V. Lundbcrg, agett.
PROMISES TO LEAVE
TOWN AND HIS WIFE
(Joarnal Special Service.)
Vancouver. Wash.. Dec; 19. Upon a
. t promise to leave town and to give his
-i. -w.ife a wai,ver of appearance on an ac
' tlon for divorce,, a well as to cease fur
ther Interference In her, affairs, Albert
Glllott was allowed his freedom by
Justice V. W, Sparks yesterday.. ,
.Last spring Glllott married Miss Bes-
sle Colllngs, a daughter of A. Colllngs of
' this city. It Is said that owing, to his
thirst for Intoxicating drinks Glllott has
v not been the , Ideal husband , that a de
l voted ' wife wishes,- and that - for -a
while their famlly relations havenot
been very pleasant ': , ; ; .
The last trouble was the result of an
'- alleged sale of certain property owned
by the GlUotts In Skamania county. A
, few days ago Mr. Glllott Informed his
, wife he perfected a sale and would be
compelled to go to Portland to make out
, : the deed. After getting to Portland and
whlling sway much time, he informed
his. wife it would be necessary to go to
Salem, t Mrs. GUlottithen came-home,
v believing there was some ulterior motive
' .. In her husband's actions. In the course
. of the day Glllott also returned and
found bis wife at her parent's home, and
was advised that she declined to have
any further relations with him. He made
' several threats,: it is alleged, and went
so faf as to lay violent hands on his
. wife. " I r.- - ' '
; The threats wire not directed at his
wife alone, but to her father and his
i family. Mr. Colllngs 7 thereupon pro
cured a warrant from Justice Sparks for
the arrest of Mr. Glllott which was Im
tnedlately executed by Sheriff Blesecker,
and after a few hours In prison was glad
. : to let the matter rest, and promised
to do better in order to save further
. prosecution. - .
. Carrie Saul Xa Tt.
' The superior court yesterday granted
a divorce in the case of Carrie M. Saul
against Samuel L. Saul. Mrs. Saul
- sought a divorce from her husband and
. the care, custody and control of the
minor child. Thr vvldisncffTmowecrTHat
Mr. Saul commenced the bad practice of
drinking shortly after he was married,
' i and that he had no control of his thirst
t Not only did he Imbibe too much liquor.
!- but he spent all his earnings and failed
to provide for his family the necessaries
ii, JScEwen, the Hypnotist.
McEwen, the hypnotist, will make his
third appearance at the Vancouver audl
; tortum for a week commencing with
'. Monday, December ? 21. McEwen baa
hever failed to entertain the Vancouver
publio in the most pleasing manner; and
' with this appearance he is expected to
'." do even .better, If possible. He has
. many new features in connection with
his exhibitions and his arrival is looked
for by the theatrlcal'lovlng people with
' . great impatience.; . . . (..,;
Krs. Perclvll Beooverlng. . ...
, Mrs. R. G. PercivlU who has been for
. a' long time-Hi at her home in'Vancou
ver, is reported to be recuperating, and
her friends hope for her speedy and
complete recovery. .
. . Chorea Wotloe. . .
c Tomorrow -nlghrChaplBtnSmltlf will
deliver his third discourse of the series
of lectures on '"The Life and Times of
Christ" in the post hall. .The lecture
will be finely Illustrated with a stereop-
; tlcon and the use of some of the fineac
: slides procurable. The post Bible class
will meet at 9:30 a. m., at which time
.some very Interesting historical facts
' will be discussed. . .
At the Christian church will be' the
usual services. In the morning Rev.
Skaggs, the pastor, will speak on "the
Work of the Spirit" In the evening he
.will take for his subject "Queen Sheba."
Bible class at 10 a. m.; Christian En
deavor at 6:30 p. m. Every one is cor-
dlally invited to all services.
At the Memorial Presbyterian church.
Rev. O. S. Barnum, minister, morning
services will be at 10: JO, subject ''Christ
tnas Memories"; evening services at 1:3b,
... subject "The Visit of the Youth Jesus
to Jerusalem.' Choir, "O Holy Night,"
"Gloria in Excelsls"; vocal solo, "The
Shepherd King." 8unday school at
11:46; Christian Endeavor (:30 p. m.
At the Methodist Episcopal' Sunday
school at 9:45; C; C Grldley, superin-
tenden't. ,' At 11 a. m. Miss Dora Adroit
of the Seattle Deaconess' training school.
will apeak. Miss Adron is one of the
church's splendid workers and all are
invited to come and hear her. Class
meeting at 12:16. ; -
At S -p. m. Rev. E. M. Randall. D. D.,
the president of the University of Puaet
Sound, will conduct an evangelistic serv-
, ice. Dr. Randall is one of the most elo
quent speakers on the coast, and it will
be interesting to hear htm.
wpworin league wiu he at :15 p. m.:
, subject A Choice of Eternity." The
pastor will lead. At 7:30 p. m. Dr.
Randall will again-occupy the tmlDit.
The public is cordially Invited to all the
, At St. Lukes Episcopal church the
. usual services will be conducted.
v At the Baptist church Pastor R. Teat-
man win preach ac 11 o'clock; theme,
.,. "Good Tidings of Great Joy." Sunday
school at 10 o'clock; B. Y. P. U. meeting
.at o:jv p. m. evening services at 7:30;
, theme. "What the Men of Gennesareth
via When Jesus came Into Their Coun
. WE SELL
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Zithers ... $1.50
, CHEAPER THAN ANY
MUSIC HOUSE IN TOWN
COHE AND SEE US
BARTLETT & PALMER
. Cor. Sixth and Alder ' Sts.
NOTICE. Rulem autocribera will pleaaa take
r.ctlce tbat Tbo Journal airoticy baa twen irana
f erred to E. E. Darla. 180
atate atrmt, wbo
wUl -rewlTa. aubacriptloua.
mcota, etc. -
FIFTY-CENT DINNER -
; TO' REPUBLICANS
(Journal Special SerTlce.) ' ;
8alem, Dec; 19.' The fifty-cent dinner.
given by the Toung Men's Republican
club of Salem at the Willamette hotel
last evening was one of th.most sue-,
cessful political gatherings ever held4n
Salem, and while the attendance . was
necessarily limited ' on account of the
ac of room, it was well attended.
About 160 guests sat down to the ban
quet board, and while an orchestra de
lighted the eara of the crowd, a sute
stantlal repast was discussed. .
President H. D. Tatton of the club.
was master of ceremonies, and beside
him sat Mayor-elect Waters. , The ban
quet board was set in a square about the
large dining hall, which. In turn was
beautifully decorated, and the members
Of -the executive ,V committee occupied
seats at either side of the president and
mayor, the guests occupying seats about
the table, the speakers being placed at
regular Intervals about the board.
After President Patton had welcomed
tbe guests and stated the object of the
gathering, he introduced Mayor F. W.
Waters, who in a brief address expressed
his appreciation for the honor done him
and pledged his best efforts for the city
and the welfare of Its inhabitants. Other
speakers were: .-'
II. B. Thlelsen. who was defeated by
Mr. Waters at the Republican primaries,
"Greater Salem." ' . ;
J. G. Graham of the executive Commit
tee, "The Young Men's Republican Club,
Its Alms and Objects.",A.- Wve-,'.:
E. w. Hazard, mayor-elect of Jeffer
son, "Our Southern Neighbors."
A. W. Prescottiof the executive com
mittee, 'The. Press, and Its Mission and
Power." ' . .. ' i
John W. Reynolds of the executive
committee, "Extension of Our Organiza
tion." Claude Gatch, , ex-mayor of, i Salem.
Walter L. Tooze of Woodburn. "Our
Northern Neighbors." ' .,.
Grant B. Dlmlck.' mayor of Oregon
City. "Poor Old Clackamas." ' "
At the conclusion of the toasts. Presi
dent Patton thanked the guests for their
presence, and after "America" Was sung
by the crowd, standing, led by the or
chestra, three rousing cheers were given
by the visitors for the club, when the
gathering came to an end at 11:30 o'clock
and the most successful and pleasant po
litical gathering of years was breught
to a close. It was an enthusiastic meet
ing, every speaker being cheered to the
echo. Especially remarkable was it, in
that none of the speakers could be called
politicians, and it w-astaot held In the in
terest m any politician or-lacnon. mil
Was a gathering of Republicans without
prenx or amx.1 .
There were no guests of honor, but
every gentleman occupying a seat at
the festal board paid 60 cents and no
more; and allwre- equal. - No one was
sold a ticket unless he agreed to be
present or send some Republican in his
place, and In doing the latter it was his
duty to notify the-committee on arrange
ments giving the name of the person
who would present ' the ticket, and so
perfect-wera tba-arrangements-tat but
one cover was laid more than were at
the board when the president called for
order and that place was filled later
by a tardy member of the club, who had
been detained by pressing business. ,
Voaltry and Vet Stook.
The poultry and pet stock show, now
open here, Is a -pronounced success, and
promoters are jubilant. The exhibits are
numerous and of the best quality, the at
tendance is ail that was expected, and
the interest is such that the future of
the Salem Poultry and Pet Stock associa
tion Is assured, 'v ':
The exhibits Include the best poultry,
cats, rabbits and dogs in the state, and
the show Is one that will compare fa
vorably with the best in. the country,
E. J. Ladd of Portland. One of the judges
of the poultry department, in speaking
Of the show, said last evening:-
"The quality of tbe stock is excellent
and, fit to be exhibited anywhere in any
now in the country. The White Wyan
dottes and White Plymouth Rocks are
especially fine birds and good for com
petition in any poultry show in the
world, and I am more than delighted
with the splendid showing made by the
Salem Poultry association. Salem is to
be congratulated on the fine showing
made and the success attained."
Mr. Frank Turner of Victoria, B. C,
the judge of the bench show, said of his
department; . ; ; , ,
"The quality of the stock shown is as
good as any I have ever seen in the
Pacific Northwest and while the show Is
smaller than some I have attended, it
Is excellent and hard to surpass."
The show will close tonight, but-the
success attained insures annual snows
here, and so great is the interest that the
next one promises to be double this first
In point of . the number of exhibitors,
for this effort will result in a great in
crease in the breeding of poultry and pet
stock or every description. , , J . ;
Asks for Kis Pardon.' -
"In the governor's office yesterday af
ternoon,, a petition was filed, signed by
numerous citizens of Wasco county, ask
ing ror the pardon of William Melton,
convicted of criminal assault and sen
tenced to the penitentiary for 10- yeara,
which term he began to serve January 0,
In the probate court yesterday after
noon the heirs of the estate of Sarah
Ann Case, deceased, filed a petition for
an order to Increase the. bond of Sander
son Reed of Portland, administrator of
the estate, and County, Judge Scott or
dcred that citation Issue Mr. Reed, to ap
pear in court on January 8, 1904. and be
heard on the matter. On that date the
petitioners will be In attendance and give
their reasons for asking the desired In
crease. - j5. j :
State Superintendent J. II.- Ackermaa
yesterday afterrwon sent out the follow
ing opinion on the construction of
school law. thet has been a subject of
some dispute for some time. A copy
was sent to' each county superintendent
in the state for the guidance of these of
ficlals: ' ;,,' .v ; ... ;t
'This department has recently ren
dered the following opinion: Not part
of the $50 apportioned to each district
in accordance with subdivision 3, page
17,' Oregon school laws, shall be trans
ferred when a. board of directors of any
district transfers to another' district
any thilar together with all school
moneys due by apportionment to such
child as provided for in sulxllvlslon 11,
page 42, Oregon schqol laws"." -
Mrs. Marguerite Lohey, aged 67 years,
of Cascade Locks, was yesterday brought
to the asylum by her husband; Patrick
Lohey.' Her malady is-hereditary, and
she has-been .afflicted for' five months
before the family' found it necessary .to
send her here for, treatment.
NOTICE. OrMron CHr anbacrlhora will clean
take notice that tb office of The Journal haa
been, eatahllabed at the Courier otflc. Seventh
atreet,. next to depot, wbere anbacrlptlona, com-
vlalnt. narmenta. etc., will be received and at
tended to by I. J, Cauflcld, Tbe Journal Ore
gon City agent
AT ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
- .(Joutoal (Special. Service.)
Oregon City, Deo. 19. The exercises
attending the Christmas season at St.
John's Catholic church in this city will
be of unusual interest. In addition to
the regular services on Christmas day
high mass will be followed by the papal
benediction by the pastor. Rev. Father
Hlllebrand, to whom this facllty was
bestowed at the time t of, his late visit
to the pope, at Rome. , There will be
three services on Christmas day, as fol
lows: Mass at 8 a. m.. with EngllstrtgUverT
sermon, mass at s:46, witn German ser
mon, and high mass at 10:30,. with the
giving of the . papal benediction. The
ladles of the Altar society will bave
chargeof the decoration and the altar
will be specially draped for the Christr
mas celebration. Miss Draper will have
charge of the singing, and among the
selections that will be rendered Is . the
Corpus Chrlstl Mass" (La Hache).
Midnight mass, Christmas eve, will not
be celebrated bythe church this year.
The teachers of the Sunday school
and. friends of Mrs. Charles Muran at
Ely gave her a delightful surprise party
last Wednesday afternoon. The time
was passed with music and social con
verse. ' Dainty refreshments were served
at 6 o'clock, after .which a handsome
china salad dish was presented to the
hostess in appreciation of her faithful
work in the Sunday school, she having
been superintendent during the past two
years,:. - "::-:-;'--Tr::r-----;---''v ;y--rr. ... "
, Oregon City Vote,
Robert Ronald died at the age of 64
at his Ms pie Lane home Thursday and
was buried yesterday in the cemetery at
that place. The deceased came here
from California some five years ago,
F. H. Welsh and Claude Smith leave
today for the Ogle creek mines and will
bring borne with them the men working
In the mines, so that they may spend the
holidays with their friends in this city.
After the holidays the men will be
taken back if the show in the mountains
will permit , ' ;
The .Christmas week win , witness a
continual round of gaiety in 5 this city.
Half a dozen grand balls are announced.
among them being the firemen's ball
Christmas eve in the armorjr and a mask
ball at the same place Christmas night
The social -event of the week will be
the marriage of Miss Elma Albright to
Mr. James Church.. The wedding will
take place at the Congregational church
at 8 o'clock in the evening of tbe 23d
Mayor G. B." Dlmlck was a visitor to
Tbe teachers of the lower grades of
the publio schools' are arranging an
elaborate program for the afternoon of
December 23. the time of the closing
of the schools for the holidays, - Decla
matlone, recitations, readings and fancy
dancing will make up the program,
Hon. George W. Grace, the seventh
street merchant Is critically ill at his
home with a complication of stomach
troubles; t -r
A warrant has been issued for the
arrest of S. E. Gregory, the teasel-
grower of Cams, charging pim witn
trespass. The trouble arose over a dis
puted boundary. -- ' ,
Musula Cox and John Mcconnen were
granted a license to wed this morning
by County Cleric Sleight
King Spurgeon and Mac Webster, who
have been working at the hatchery to
miles up the Clackamas, have come in
for the tf Inter. -
Theresa, commotion. on the early
car.. from t'oruana mis morning. - a
skunk- was "run over by the car, and the
nauseating fumes' from the odlferous
animal caused some of ' the occupants
to wish they were anywhere else.
A crowd of Knights of Pythias who at
tended lodge in Portland the other night
were held over for nearly twe hours on
account of a broken trolley this side of
Mllwaukle. By walking two miles the
Knights of Pythias finally made connec
tion and arrived home Just as day was
breaking. v . : c
. -William Gregory uf Cams will leave
for New York today on a business trip,
(Journal Special Service.) '
Paclfle University, Dec. 19. The
Christmas 'concert -of the conservatory
of music were given ' in - Marsh ball
Thursday and Friday evenings of this
week. Prof. Frank Chapman, who is the
director of the musical department bad
charge of the concerts, and they were
pronounced by all to be the best of the
year. A large audience was present, fill
ing the auditorium to overflowing. ....
TKS YAIiTJH Of CHAKOOAX.
raw People Know How Useful It 1 1
Preserving Health and Beauty.
Nearly everybody knows that charcoal
is tne saresi ana most emcient disinfec
tant and punner in nature, out few raai
lie its value when taken into the human
system Tor tne same cleansing nuroosit.
Charcoal is a remedy that the more
you taxe or it tne Dette.r; it is not
drug at all, but simply absorbs the
gases ana impurities always present in
the stomach and Intestines and carries
them out or tne system. .
Charcoal sweetens - the breath after
smoking, arinKing, or after eating on
ions ana otner oaorous vegeiaoies.
Charcoal effectually -clears and Im
proves the compiextion, it whitens the
teeth and further acts as a natural and
eminently sare catnartic.
It absorbs the Injurious gases which
collect In the stomach and bowels; it
disinfects the mouth and throat from
the poison or catarrn.
Ail' aruggists sen cnarcoai in one
form or another, but probably the best
charcoal and the most for the money Is
in Stuart's Absorbent Losenges; they
lire compnwa oi inei nnesi powdered
Willow -charcoal, and other . harmless
antiseptics in lamer rorm. or rather In
the form of large, pleasant tasting los
enges,' the charcoal being mixed with
honey, -. -' ,' , , .''. 4
The dally use of these losenges will
soon tell In a much Improved condition
of the general health, better complexion,
sweeter breath and purer blood, and the
beauty of it Is, that no possible harm
can result from their continued use, but,
on the contrary, great benefit
A Buffalo physician, In speaking of
the, benefits of charcoal, says: vi ad
vise Stuart's Absorbent Losenges to all
patients suffering from gas ln stonpach
anfl bowels, and to clear the complexion
and purify the breath, mouth ? and
throat; I -also believe the liver is
greatly benefited by the dally use of
them; they cost but twenty-five cents a
box at drug, stores, and although In
some sense a patent preparation, yet I
believe I get. more and better charcoal
In Stuart's Absorbent- Losenges than in
any of the, ordinary charooal tablets.";
NOTICE. The Albaev scene of The Orecon
Pally Journal ia at tbe drug a tola of Fred
Dan-eon, No. 238 West Flrat atreet. where sub
vcrli'tions will be received. -
IN LINN COUNTY
(Journal Special Service.) ':. ' :
Albany, Or., Deo. 1J. -It has been ru
mored for several months that a very
rich mine had been discovered in the
eastern part- of Linn county, but little
heed was given the report Last even
lng The Journal correspondent received
authentic Information concerning 1 the
alleged 'mine;, and - if even - one-half Is
true Linn county will have an active
mining boom within a few months. The
ledge was discovered by George B. Whit
comb of Whltcomb, about two yeara ago,
but the fact was kept a, secret until very
recently. It is about 60 miles almost
due east of this city and about 10 miles
from the old Quartavllle camp, where V
B; La wler spent nearly $100,000 in trying
to save the' gold, but made a failure.
Whltcomb and hia friends have six
claims located along the ledge, and be
lieve they bave one of the best pros
pects is, -the West The ledge, is very
rich in copper, but also carries gold and
A recent assay shows the ore
to run 320 in copper, 31.85 in gold and
32.40 in silver to the ton. Several as-
says have been made, ? but they were
even better than: the last one, as -'the
poorest specimens were gathered in order
not to 1 overestimate the value of the
- Forty Miles Xtom Bail way. ,
The district is over 40 miles from the
Southern .Pacific railroad, and that will
lessen 'the value of the ore. but it is
understood that prospects are good for
a road into . the new campv-rt-ta -very,
easy to mine, as has -been demonstrated
by Mr. - Whltcomb, who has a 40-foot
tunnel on the ledge and many tons of
ore are ready to go to the smelter.
The . Weyerhauser; lumber syndicate
owns 60,000 acres of Umber-land which
It recently purchased from the North
ern Pacific in the vicinity of the mines.
ana it win be necessary for that com
pany to construct a railroad into the
timber in order to get it to market.
Several prominent citizens of Albany
have located claims, and there may be
a quiet exodus to the headwaters of
the South Santlam within a few days
if the snowfall does not drive out the
prospectors. A company will be " in
corporated Within' ' a few weeks and
active work will' commence." People on
the' inside are confident that the ledge
ls going to develop into one of the best
paying properties in Oregon.
''- acuaieal Club. ,'
The Ladles' "Musical dub held its
first 4pen meeting and muslcale at the
Alco club music-room last evening. A
number of fine selections, both vocal and
instrumental, were rendered and highly
appreciated. ,.. In ''". former years only
women were admitted to the meetings.
but this winter members Of the Alco
club are invited Xo attend. . The gather
ings are always interesting and enter
taining. . i
Albany lodge. No., 896, B. P. O.1 E.,
will remove January 1 from their pres
ent quarters in the Maccabee hall to
the "A. O. U., W. hall. The latter is
larger and more convenient for the Elks'
work. : . ... . . ... .
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Holds 60 and 100 cigars. Appropriate
for smokers, xs.50 to S t -
Irritability Is anej:yous affection.
Strengthen the nerves with Dr. Miles'
Nervine. Sleep better, eat better, work
better, feel better and be better.
Sold oa guarantee. Book on nerves for postal.
DB. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, lnd.
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-r PORTLAND, OREGON !
33b-336 EAST MORRISON STREET
A Ste3,4H Insidious," Weakening:' Enemy to Women
lutnde of women, ee
pociaily Housewives,, and all other
women obliged to be on their feet con
etantlr, who are wretched beyond de-
nd vitality Is tapped away bv catarrhal!
uincuaigM irom imj ptuvio organs.
These women get up in the morning:
tired, drag themselves throntrh their
daily duties tired, only to go to bed at
xugnt as urea as oeiore.
Ktre. Eva Bartho, 133 East 12th Street,
Ht. Y. City, N. T writes "I Buffered for
three Vearawlth what, la irnnnrnlrtr known mi
leucorrhea, in connection with ulceration ofj
wo womo, a no cootors advocated an opera
tion which I dreaded very much, and strong
ly objected to go under it. Reading of the
value or jeruna I thought it best to givd
wis well-known remedy a trial, so I bought
uoiues oi it at once, now i am a
elianged woman. Peruna cured me; it took
pine bottles, but I felt ao much improved I
Kept taking It, as I dreaded an operation so
much. I am to-dav In perfect health, and
bare not felt so weUfbr fifteen year." Mrs.
MISS LOUISE HABON.
Vise Xmise Mahon. 8 Glen Ballle Rbreet.
Toronto, Ont. Can Secrermry of the King's
Daughter and Secretary of Lady Maeca
beea, wrlteai " If all women knew of the
benefits to be derived from taking Parana we
would have many happier and more health-
nil women. Uv health haa nn lun tsvrJ
robust, and I am easily fatigued and can not!
nana mucn. aooui a year ago 1 was so run
down tbat I had to take to my bed. and be
came weaker and weaker. -A friend advised
me to try Peruna, and I have great reason to be
grateim, lor in two weeks l was out or bed
and ia month I Was perfectly well, and I
now find that my health is much more robust
than formerly, so that I take Peruna once or
twice a moniu ana Keep well." Louise Mahon
Peruna ia such m perfect speclflo for
ach case that when patients nave once
used It they can never be induced to quit
It until they are permantly curedv It
Dcgma to reueve we disagreeable
vmntoma at once. The backache
ceases, the trembling knees are strength-!
enea, tne appetite restored, the digestion
. made perfect, the dull headache is stoo-l
ped and the weakening drains are gracl-j
uany enrea. unese resuiti certainly
follow course , of treatment with
fernna. . . ,
Barbara Albert-?, corner Seventh and
"Walnut streets, Appleton, Wis, writes
as follows In regard to Peruna f I
' For yeara I hare suffered with back -I
, acne . ana severe pains in tne side. II
doctored so much that I became dia-l
couraged. a school friend told me how
very much peruna. had benefited her
(and X sent out for ft bottle, which did
mora to relieve me than all the other
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR A FREE PERUNA
B. B. RICH-TOBACCO POUCHES.
We have 'era from 25 cents to $1. At
any B.' B. Rich cigar store.
' Preferred Stock Canned Good. '
Allen & Lewis' Best Brand. '
THEY ARE OF THE VERY
Buffer; Needlessly, From- This
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OTHER BRANCH HOUSES
CHICAGO, ILL. '
KANSAS CITY, MO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Many Thousand Wcna
medicine I have eye? taks. 1 tigr-d it
faithfully for two weeks and it com
pletely curea me. mare not had any
pains since,, anywhere, but feel like a
new woman. I am truly thankful tot
what reruna naa done for me." u&r
Krs. Kate Haas. 80fl Batbnrat Street,
Toronto, Oat. Canv Vie Prealdent of the
Ljunes Aid society, write i" l am pieaard
to give praise to Peruna for UA blessed relief
I found, through itauae. I snftVed for years
with backache and oranina down calna and
oiien naa vo goto oea auuaiay tnere wnen a
was bo ousy mat x coma liiy do spared.
was therefore a simple godaend to me
feruna was brought to
icht to my notice. Every
fve me new life, and every
drop seemed to
led to Rive me
me feel much better, and I ri
isedmyjelf that if IXouDd that It cured me I
would advocate it so that other suffering
women should know of it. -1 bave been in
perfect health for one year, I enjoy work and
pleasure because in such fine health, and no
trouble seems too heavy to bear when you are
in good health, Peruna has simply been a
household blesalntr. and I never will be with
out it again." Mrs. Kate Mann.
MBS. KATE MANN.
Mrs. Anna Slartin, 47 Hoyt Bt Brooke
lyn, N. Yh writesi -"Peruna did so much; 1
for me that I feel it my duty to recommend
it toothers who may be similarly afflicted.
About a vear a pro mv health was oomntetelr
broken down, bad backache, dizziness and lr-
reguiariues, ana me seemea aarav inaeea.
We had naed Peruna In our home as a tonic.
and for eolds and catarrh, and I decided to
try it for my trouble. Ia less than three)
momnsioecame reguiarjsz-Pftms naaen..
tlrelv dUanneared. and law now nerfiwtl
well. "Mrs. Anna Martin.
Mrs.Wm. Hetrick. Kennard. Wash-
ineton cotintr. Neb., writes :
I . j r .... I .. . .
"i am nity-six years oia ana nave not
felt well since the Change of Life be
gan ten years age. I was In misery
somewhere most of the time. My back
was very weak, and my flesh ao tender
it hurt me to lean against tbe back of a
chair, lhad pain under my ehoulder-
Diaaes. in tne email oz siy Dack and
hips. I sometimes wished mvself out
of this world. Had hot and cold spells,
dizziness end trembling of tbe limbs,
and was losing flesh all tne time. After
following your directions and taking
Peruna I now feel like ft different per
son." Mrs. Wm. Hetrick.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
actory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, Riving a
ran statement or your ease, and be will
oe pieasea to give you aui TainaeM ad
rice gratia. " I
feruna can be purchased for fl per'
bottle at all first class drug stores. ,
Address Dr. Hartman. President nt
The Hartman Sanitarium, ColombuSjO.
ALMANAC FOR 1904
ALL THE PEOPLE
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