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For One Dollar
Economy in medicine must t
mwutural by two thingscoat and
effect. It cannot bo measured by
either alono. It is greatest in that
medicine that docs the most for
the money that radically and per
mancntly curca at the least ex
peiwe. That medicine ia
It icrlflca and enriches tho blood,
cures pimples, eczema and all
eruptions, tired, languid feelings,
Iohb of appetite and general debility.
I hae taken Hood's Bamapartlla and
found It reliable and rlvlnff perfeot at.fo.
tlon. It taka sway that tired feallrif. (Ives
off r etui puts the blood la food comlltlon."
Miss Krris Colon n a, ,&! 10th Street, N. VY,
WMhimrtuti, D. C.
Hood's Barsaparlfla promises ta
ura and Keeps tha promlao.
Bessie The weddinit In a long way
oft", but I m-t dreadfully nervous when
I think of it.
May I don't blame you for worry.
Ing. Wouldn't it be dreadful if he
should got rich suddenly and not have
to marry. Indianapolis Bun.
Nathan will ftiiA mm. Wtnelowa Sootbtn.
Uie leeUltuS Muuu.
"What do you think the result of a
national American theater would be?"
"Merely to create an appetite for
more," answered the cold-blooded
manager. "One national theater
couldn't p'tssibly accommodute a 1 tho
tinnnulni-Ml ..lu t
unprotiui el plays,
For fort r year's Flso-s Cure for Con-
wmpnon nas oiirad coughs and oolds. At
aruggUta. Price S!S cents.
Locomotive's Oreat Speed.
The announcement is made that a
new engine traveling between Paris
and Havre has achieved at many points
on tho route a spued of 120 miles an
hour. This engine has Um wheels and
Is of enormous size and weight. The
driver states that it fulfilled all ex
pectations, and went through the high
speed experiment without any break
down. At The Post
Up ami d T"f. to tlva and help
to live, thaoWrelUWa
St Jacobs Oil
la an unlvortal banatactor
In the cure ol
Price), 35c. nc1 JOc.
n ' a
Every Catarrh sufferer dreads the coming of winter, for with the first
breath of the " ice-kinff " this miserable disease is fanned into life and all
the disgusting symptoms return. The nostrils are stopped up and the
throat can be kept clear of mucous secretions only by continual hawking
and spittinz. Catarrh is a nuisance
and aource of annoyance, not ouly
to the one who has it, but everybody
Hue. The thick, yellow discharge
torn the head produce a feeling of
p-rsonal defilement, and the odor of
tfe breath is almost intolerable.
The catarrhal poison bring on
BWnach troubles ami affects the Kid
ncyt and llladder. It attacks the
soft bones and tissues of the head
andthroat, causing total or partial
deafcess, the loss of smell, and giv
ing Yo the voice a rasping, nasal
twanV. No part of the body is secure
from it ravages. Catarrh make
you ck all over, for it is a dis
ease A the blood, and circulates all
through the system, and for this
reasoi sprays, washes, inhalers,
powdck and salves have proven
Th4wav to cure Catarth thor
oughly 4d permanently Is to cleanse
the bloot.f the unhealthy secretions
that kceAhe membranes of the body
inflaniedlnd nothing docs this bo
surely anWomptly as S. S. S. A
long a ti blood is poisoned with
CatarrbaUatter the discharge of mucu and other disgusting symptoms
f the taxable disease will continue. S. 8. S. goes to the fountain source
"lint, Georyr, as the time" passes on
nd I grow stout and red-faced, will
you love me just the same?"
"I don't think It's quite fair to put
it that way, Mabel. You see, I'm
juiU likely to eiperii-nce a change my
sell. iSodoubt I'll develop an alder-
manic rotundity and a fierce double
chin and a diiiied waddle and"
"Htop, George I I can't bear to think
of you looking like that."
"And I can't dream of you a stout
and red-nosed, Mabel."
"Why borrow trouble?"
"Why, indeed?" Cleveland Plain,
Polish Nationalists Active.
Polish nationalists held a great meet
ing in I-emberg recently for the pur
pose of keeping alive the Polish na
tional sentiment. The gathering ex
pressed sympathy with Polish re
sistance to German and Russian op
pression. It also urged tho direction
of Polish effort in Austria, Russia and
Germany toward the common aim of
"Remember," admonished the rev
erend gentleman, "when you begin to
notice the mo e in your neighbor's eve
there is pretty certain to be a beam in
Thitt's right." renlied Sinnickson.
"it makes the average man's whole fac
beam to find a mote in his neighbor's
eye." Pittsburg Press.
frUTt or Ohio, cttt m toi,oo, i
Luck Count. I '
rsNK 1, CMKNsr make, oath that he la the
senior parler of tha firm ot f. , Chssst A Co..
i a I 01 Tolw,0 Count
- m, aaim umtaani II rm will htr
the sum ol ONK ft IJSOKKO DOM.AHH (or earn
and every raw ot Catarrh that cannot b cured
v ... tie- ui uiu i vatikrh liusa.
Bwornto before me and atilmerlbed In my
yiuMm, uiiaein day 01 Uecemlier, A. V. IMA
directly on tha blood and niucon aurlauea ol
Ui ayla. Hond tor u-tlmoniala, frw.
MK.,:.:?Je. Toledo, a
iUU'sVamily Mils at th best. ,
Th Only Judge.
"That's a goml idea."
"Do you think so?"
"Im sure of it, aren't you?"
"I'm never sure of an idea until I've
applied the test."
"What's the test?"
"Submit it to a publisher," replied
the author, wearily. "If he aeceptt it,
its good. Chicago Post.
riT rormenantir i-arm. rronuor norrouanM
II 10 aOer f!r.tdr'.uflr Kllii'OrlNrr
KTu TiT,"'1 f;'!r ,r,," Hoand tnaik.
It. H. Jl. Kllu, Ud..M.- Anzti ht.. fbttadelpbia, "e.
Equals the Bramble Bush Story.
John Miller, colored, of Uniont,own,
Pa., became blind in his right eye
many months ago and recently one of
the family threw a potato which des
troyed the sight of his left eye. His
physicians believed him entirely blin4.
but .Mi sufiit ,....,.
10,000 Plants for 16c.
Thlt l a re merfcaM oiler the John A. Pal"'
ui'n I (,,.. Mil. nmkei. incy win
Mimt yuu tholr plant ami Met catalog,
utliHf with enough mwi lo grow
l.xki thin, MJllil alilieKt'i,
iU-IIi'Iou ar ulo,
i.um li aiit'hlns, nuiiy Olerjr,
2,i).(irU b, tniitrry l-eiiuca,
J.lMl .Wlliliil lllllcim,
l,im rare, lurWm l'.aillti,
I,uo K orloua lirllltmil Klowera.
Thin great olli-r ia ma lo lu order to Induce
tou to Irv ini-ir warraiuvn ... ..
i ... .. Ml ........ n . . nl hl.
you ouoe piani J"" a'""
ALL roa Sl'T inc T"m
...nvi.llri vim rpiurn tlil notice, and If you
will erndlliem JH- In ixwlaso. they will add in
iheaWea packaae of Hie lamoua herllnar
l aultllower. 11'. C. L J
g,e If every atom in the human
ltody is renewed every Beven years, I
cannot be the same woman that you
He I've lKen ausjiecting that for
some time. Pearsjn's Weekly.
n .. 1 1 ji
COULD NOT XI 18 A. II TIIJS TICK 0? A
Wataontown, I'a., July tj, lyj.
I have asnd B. B. 8. tir Catarrh ef tha
Inner ear, and have found tt an eol
lant ramuitr for earn. I hail bn
tmublad with this ctiaeaSa for yeara
aud trlmt many thing-a la an effort to
irat ratief, bui noimuir did we any
Iinrmanent (rood until I han H. B. M.
had a dianliarva ffoui niv ear and mf
linnrlnir waa ao badly atlaetad t
oouidnot hear tha tiuk of a clock. 1 was
In bad ahapo wlinn I basan your mad
inlna. 8. b. 8. bee done away with lha
dieoharae and my baartac baa been
wonilnrfully Improved; ao much eo
that lean now carry on a conversation
in an ordinary ton, whereas a year
af till waa Impoaalbfe.
Tour madtotne baa dona ma a world of
-oo(t and 1 do not baaltate to stve lttUe
credit it deearyes.
W. F. KltOMBINK.
KO BIOM OT CATASnii: IW TIIIB
Kreba, lod. Tor., Auf . 1, 1008.
About thlrtaan ynara as o I oaad yoi
yamad for Oatarrn. I had been troubled
with It f ir about nine ynara, but ainua
takio H. B. H. have never bean wnrrld
with It. 1 ("at ebla to rneotnineud B. B. B.
aa a aura our fur Uatarrh.
T. MILL WEE.
of the trouble anu punucs ami m nun
the blootl, snd so invigorates and tones tip
the system that catching cold and con
tracting Catarrh is not so likely to occur.
Keep the blootl in order and winter 'scorning
. . . . , . .. . i.
brines noneoi mcuiscomions u v-aianu.
viMt. ... n.rtirulara of vour case,
let our physicians neipyou m
.tubborn jie. we " '
Tha Tprf Shall lis M, Fragrant fkhrlne
The turf shall be my frsirrant shrine;
My temple, Urd! that arch of thine;
My censor's breath the mountain airs,
And silent thoughts uiy only orayers.
My choir shall be the moonlight waves,
When murmuring homeward to their
Or when the stillness of the sea,
Even more than music, breathes of Thee!
I'll seek, by day, some glade unknown,
All light sin silence, like thy Throne!
And the pale stars shall be, at night,
The only eyes that watch my rite.
Thy heaven, on which 'tis bliss to look,
Hhall be my pure and shining book.
Where I shull read, in words of flame,
The glories of Uiy wondrous name.
PII read thy anger In the rack
That clouds awhile the day-beam's track
Thy mercy In the azure hue
Of sunny brightness breaking through!
There's nothing bright, above, below,
tfroui flowers that bloom to stars that
Hut In Its light my soul can see
Some feature of thy Deity.
There's nothing dark, below, above,
Hut in Its gloom I trace thy love.
And meekly wait that moment, when
Thy tench shall turn all bright again!
l nomas Moore.
Of all the notable tilings on earth.
ine queerest one Is pride of birth,
Among our "fierce democracy!"
A bridge across a hundred years,
Without a prop to save It from sneers,
Not even a couple of rotten peer
A thing for laughter, fleers and jeers,
Is American aristocracy!
English and Irish, French and Spanish,
Germans, Italians, Dutch and Danish,
Crossing tlieir veins until they vanish
In one conglomeration!
Bo subtle a tangle of blood, Indeed,
No Heraldry Harvey will ever succeed
Id finding the circulation.
Drpcud upon it, my snobbish friend.
Your family thread you can't ascend,
Without good reason to apprehend
You may find it waxed, at the farther
By some plebeian vocation!
Or, worse than that, your boasted line
Msv end in a loop of stronger twine.
That plagued some worthy relation!
John O. Saxe.
A BIT OF HISTORY.
Jetferenn, ' Monroe and Livingston
I'-uUdei! better Then They Knew.
a " ma h " wlidTiatoa "varonmr aW
tlon. He certainly did not wish to flgbt
with his own countrym, and be as
certainly did not wish to fight with any
othr nation, so he scorched around for
some sort of a compromise. He thought
that if America could own even one
port on this useful river and had the
right of Mississippi navigation the mat
ter would be wttliHl with satisfaction
to all parties. So he sent Jam Sion
roe over to Paris to Join our minister,
Mr. Livingston, and see if the two of
tlm together coula aot persunoe
France to sil Oiem the island of New
Orleans, on which was the city of the
Now Napoleno was the ruler of
Frame, and he was dreaming oreams
ami soolng visions In which France
was tlu most Important power in
America, because Khe owned this won
derful Mississippi River and all this
"Louisiana" which stretched tack from
the river to Uk rock lea. He already
hold foils along the river, and be was
.. .,,H,m ..ui hullJ
i, iu rn Hw. ..
some new ones. Hut you know
i... rvl.wta r.f tnlivk fl Tlil in (Ml
linpiH-HI, - ---
mnnot 1 iiuh. Nil poltMn
u na rt.-lX'tlillllir
upon his army to Mp him out on thrae this work Jlu-jltso. The deft
plans, but his annlea in San Domingo applied In the practice of Jlu-jltwi pro
. i... .,,,1 i,.vnpi duce only momentary pain but do not
were swept away by war and sickness,
so that on tlie day that he had tat for
thotu to move up Into Ixmlsiana ist s
mini was aide to go. At the same time
NniMiliHMi luul on hand another wlwine
suliiKt England, which was even more
Iinis.rtniit than his plans fn- America,
aisl which detnaiuhKl men and iimne.v
Il'Kldes UiIk. ho was shrewd enough to
know tluit he eoiiUl not hold this far-
iiu-nv territory lor nnv i uk huh-
. . i . i . . .
ngniiiNt EiikIhihU which had so many
more ships than France, lie middetily
ehaiiicetl his nitiul nlsnit his Anierican
mBseslons. bihI nearly sent Mr. Mon-
coo and Mr. Uvtngton lnU a state of
colhii'w by offering to wll them not
onlv New Orleniis. but bo the whole
nrovlnce of Iotilslana.
There w as no tlino to wTlte to Presi
dent Jefferson and ak his advice, and
this was Itoforc' tho days of the cable;
an Monroe and Livingston took the
matter Into their own hand, and
signed tho contract which transfoml
iti Loulslnna territory to tlw l tilted
mates for the iHnld4-ratlon of ft ft.
'ust.isio. llicy aeverely crltlclwd by
by many of their own countrymen, and
they had some doubts of their own
'about the w Iwlom of their art tun. You
seo imlsidv km w then that corn and
u-hont would crow m abundantly in
this t.frlUiry, or that In-yond the
MIshIshIpI tln-ro were such wtrtchw
of ulorlous pasturednmlH, or tluit un
(bTiienth Its mountainous regii thwe
i.r mieh mines of cold, stiver Slid
rt.ior. Americans saw only the com
tnerelal possibilities of tlw river,
all thi'y wniti-d was the right of nav
itfntliiB It ami the norm ! Ion to ex
and td.rra tha unknown country to tl.a
- . ..nrn- ,n.
' J. bunded better than they k.w. Iowa, th. mcord for tneanwm
AH ft.fg happened a hundred years ago;
and today that old Louisiana territory
Is. In nntural resources, the wealthiest
part of tin? whole United States. With
out that territory In our possesion we
should have no Colorado, and no Wy
oming, no Dakota, or Nebraska, or
Minnesota, or Montana, or Missouri,
or Iowa, or Kansas, or Arkansas, or
Louisiana, or Oklahoma, or Indian
!trritory; and, naturally, no fair at
bt. Louis this year. St. Nicholas
LUXURIE8 FOR SERVANTS.
Prir.t, Bath. -u,t !,.. lo omm ot
th. N.waat Hoa...
The new palaces built In this city
every year do not supply luxuries for
tlieir owner alone. The employes are
also looked after and provision la made
for tbe.r comfort to a degree never
bliwn anirnrh !a.
" "j nuuc cine
In one of the new houses on an up
town atreet near the avenue the man
servanta quarters consist of three small
rooms on the top floor. Adjoining them practice. It has pi oven its merits so
Is a maall tiled room with a ahower thoroughly that even the doctors have
and plunge bath and spraya. In the overcome their prejudice against so
aame room are three basins In order 'aIled patent medicines and recommend
that the men may all wash simul- il to thei" patients,
taneously if tbey want to. Peruna occupies a unique position in
Downstairs adjoining the entrance medlcal science. It , ia the only in
tiall Is another sleeping-room for a man J"11 systemic catarrh remedy
servant, and it has as much light and ! nown to the medical profession toflay.
air as any In the house, in addition to ' Latari"h,as every one will admit, is the
having a private bath. I ca8e ol one-half the disease which
The rooms for the woman, servents 1
are on the third floor, and accommodate
six. They are so arranged that "two
sleep In each room and have the owe
of a bathroom. In addition to these
apartments there are two rooms and
a bath to be used by any servant who
happens to be ill. These two rooms are
so situated that a servant la them
may be quarantined so completely as
If out of the house.
Adjoining the nursery and separated
from it only by a dressing-room Is the
apartment of the bead nurse which ia,
of course, supplied with its private
bath. Near the room of the mlstraw
of the house Is the room of her maid,
and it has the same conveniences as
Thus are the servant of the wealthy
housed. When it la taken Into con
sideration that these rooms are kept In
order and supplied with everything
needful by the housekeeper, the lot of
tho household servant In tho United
States seems more desirable than ever.
Most house In which a large staff
of servants are employed have also a
sittingroom for their diversion. Of
course, not all of the new houses built
now have such an equipment as this
one. It is intended for a young couple
married only a year ago. The bride's
mother gave It as her wedding present.
aim u win co si $uw,uuw wnen com
pleted. New York Sun.
THE SAMURAI AND JIU-JITSU,
mint- ui8h twaisj'a"-! i ii
there sprang into existence, m
Japan, an order of knights who were
known as the samurai, 'lo tuein was
imparted all the learning, the polite
breeding, and the forms or superiority
f,ot murk tho eentlenian. They were
skilled in arms and verwed In the arts
of war, for thoy. were the Emperor s
fighting-men, and none but they were
allow ed to bear arms.
As there could not always be war on
hand, and as It was considered beneath
the dignity of the samurai to go Into
any ordinary callings, it came about
naturally that these little knights found
much idle time on their handa. Being
men of war, they turned their attention
to athletic feats. One among the
samurai conceived the Idea of learning,
by practice, the location of every sensi
tive nerve and muscle In the body.
After that he discovered all the Joint
of the liones that could te seiwa in
such a way as to give momentary power
over tike muscles of an adversary
practiced with his fellow samurai, ami
thus by degree was oereioiw
mum wond.fl-ful system of aUiictics
I KUOWU lu lutr kwiii.
duce only momentary pal
reallv Injure the muscles or nerves.
In all otlier things the Japanese are the
most lHillte iiooide In all the world;
it follows that even in tlieir ngniing
they have developed a humane yet
effective method of s-lf-def-nm.,
do not strike out wltli Hie tieneneti
list, and seek to bruise, as do the
AnKlo-Saxons In their IkuIhb routed ,
knowletlKO of the Jiu-jitsu eiml.li s
. ........ .! ....ww. LIU
mi .illil.iut lllNIilllllV 111 . I . . II.
onixmeiit that It Is useless to fljjht
There sro now srlwols of jiu -jnsu
everywhere lu Japan. Every soldier.
willor. snd policeman Is otillvH to i r-
feet hlniMf In tho systm. A Japanese
jMilleetnan, jmsseid of th art, has
known slnirle-haiuied to retiueo to suo
mlsslon andto take to the poli.tvstatU.n
four sturdy sailors of a foreign Asiatic
squadron. St. Nicholas.
This Tramp Waa Keonomlcal.
Joertnh riynt, student of tramps.
baa hla memory snored wuu otnt
marks heard oti Uio rd.
tin tlw outskirts of lloMott,
Mr. Fly tit one day, "i tejv m sompj
yenra aito. with a bntt haired tramp, i
I hnnlly nrr m s-n ioiir noir
tills fellow had. I couldn't re)4t
temittation to arwk to him alwwt
M - Why don't you get your nair eui
'nomime, be atutwwi, 'UiVa
would t three) sires to big for roa
Itrltlan's Population Varying.
Fifty yrsrs ago tha iwpulnllon
England and Wales was aivmi pqnui-
Ir between city ana coutitryj now
mit of It la urban.
.,, irt nnmMto trying
Of the United States Treasury Reo
Other Prominent Physicians I
Use and Endorse Pe-ru-na
Dr. Llewellyn Jordan, medical exam
iner of the U. 8. treasury department,
.1 7 tl voiomwa college, and who
J? th'e V t West Point, has
j 8 Iol,owlnK to y of Peruna:
t "An m to expresa my gratitude
JLZ?" a 5e. beneflt derived from
ZTrfJXil' 1e u8hort
Tnd 1 now conc my eff " wef n
i . - I WCil mail
B.icr momns oi suflerins. Fellow
sufferers, Peruna will cure you."
A constantly increasing number of
physicians prescribe Prnna in
? ' , n,anfeJn- Catan
tarrlf1 afflict one-;
!p,e of the Unted States
tngton.D. C, writes:
"Through my own experience
as well as that of many of my
friends and acquaintances who
nave been cured or relieved of
catarrh by the use of Hartman'a
Peruna, I can confidently recom
mend it to those suffering from
such disorders, and have no hes
itation in prescribing it to mv
patients."-Robert R. Roberts
xvooDins, Muskogee. I. T
"Peruna is the best medicine I know
of or coughs and to strengthen a weak
stomach and to give appetite. Besides
prescribing it for catarrh, I have ord
ered it for weak and debilitated people
and have not had a patient but said it
helped him. It is an excellent medi
cine and it fits so many cases.
"I have a large practice, and have a
chance to prescribe your Peruna. I
hope you may live long to do good to
the sick and the suffering."
Dr. M. C. Gee, writes from 513 Jones
St., San Francisco, Cal.:
"Peruna has performed so many won
derful cures in San Francisco that I am
convinced that it is a valuable remedy.
TU ! i - t i . bubi
No Offense Meant.
Dir l t .. ,
jf juus a unaerstand. sir.
referred to my photograph as a side-
Mrs. Hatterson Your new house, I
suppose, will be finished in modern
Mrs. Catterson Oh, yes; nothing in
it but antiques. Town Topics.
Perrin's Pile Specific
Th INTERNAL REMEDY
No Case Exists it Will Not Cor
1 Dettrvt your confl-
denca. l nty tiava nvr
C failed woa't fall Bow.
1 Sold by all aealart. ft
it. 1904 Sent Aamaal
X eoatpalJ, free.
V D. M.Fiaav . co. ,
N Detroit, tSloh. Jr
ft 'TaussiAN Poultry food im r r
t U It sk Haa. Uy ."d Ka.pt th laying. - It tare. "o(., Choi. sad I 8 V -
V J Diiano. Hitrenithwt young chlckt, a4 th ro. Pnci2knd50c. i
J He reoiia rhh k.M nnm dylna. and after T"nla four d..n t pr- V ,
'.? from dln ejlj I he.ee eootnOjf pt It
Iteejut .h.t u a-.4l ia nuliK wuitr. C Hl'.i'l.i, o, "..a.
l'OKTLAM) SEED tO.. I'urtland. Or.. Aaeata.
r . - - -
tlu Mo w Mili.: per ej-re. ..ijfriu.r In Amerlntrsii l itea
em-it yieitia la IHM. Kle iei'i.iT urmi,ie thii, (men
Soetmnt. beeellf laden i(irea from one aerrMri of eeetl f 1
e lha ae-ffet of Ita ennrmoiie vleiri. St Tm Mmn. HOT, te.R.!e
UteeMneawaU, llle pueJUteir Um (nataat Oaia e( Uta laat
Itotna Builder Cora
Wa an aamed beeaiwe a am la 11 prndnoM aa enor.
MMi. Ih.l iha .n.liK. htillt a kam, 9mm IMita. el .l.u.
t'xi H ' tue mrlHel bla eied and Yellow ImMorsna
', W e-irth, yieidina la liid.. il Irov i; in hlo. Iu binneiai In
i en., tm Duenetai ia jaicGu, xtf iHnae.. ia a. e,
buUe per acta.
Rpalts aad Mararaeil Whaat
Speta ta the freeuea. rreavl road aaaerth. yielding ". hnehel.
ef irsto end 4 tone of lief pt ewre. 1 hen i"'ie M en.nl
IkM. dulnf well aa ao eua. rle)Hn( ee hit a aatl bueiwia
ie afim fbea romea Manna iere rVr arirf. Art aa,
with 7t bmh.ie per acta tia aaliu ilaaiJlaaa ilatiay mum
IU buaueia pat acre,
Troalale aa4 BtUloai Dollar Creaat
OfWeet frees SwVI en aartti, ylelda a mna pa,a,in04
tie t.'niiM oa aeere farm In mew, aninn.-f tiwiieia
luliiua LHM1 tiraaa yle.UelloHU.ua bmf f aual
We are tiaadinarte. for lfalnt,tha !ad ylaldlnf f ton
awe e"t aaina Aleika lloeee, M"lf aa mi, yie0na t
t.ina r.f manrknt hay naeere. Wa era e"' of
ll.mtiHXh M t loeee, of Oieiei. i ln.ee, f Jana 4'soeer,
1 in m an. I all anna aad rteUae el raaee. Vol eatatua
firea full deecopuue.
Far INl tat PoaUoe Rlaanra
and rha same f tha tpf, a will eatnl yM a tnt fd rarrn
eed umiM. In. In. line ama af al., rulle wi.mi In. u ha
gei a alert, Itenh-r elthmir mammmn ten peea litnenete
nini'i HHMWWM.fiw.ee v ... f ewee.ua UHHeea
DR. LLEWELLYN JORDAN
Medical Examiner United States
I have frequently advised Its use for
women, as I find it insures regular and
painless menstruation, cures Ieucorr
hoea and ovarian troubles, and builds
up the entire system. I also consider
it' one of the finest catarrh remedies I
know of." -M. C. Gee, M. D.
Catarrh is a systemic disease cur
able only by systemic treatment. A
remedy that cures catarrh must aim di
rectly at the depressed nerve centers.
This is what Peruna does.
Peruna immediately invigorates the
nerve-centers which give vitailty to tho
mucous membranes. Then catarrh dis
appears. Then catarrh is permanently
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory 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
vice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman,
President of The Hartman Sanitarium,
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Are alwari reported whan Portland
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are planted. WhjfT Became we Hell
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thii roant Our lto e heed Book
No. lio telli r.ll. tnt free.
PORTLAND SEED CO., Portland. Oregon
Headquarter lor Bee and Poultry KuppUea
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