Chllls and Fever, Malaria and Ague. In regular malarious localities tbere is eñough of 'the poison called 'malaria geneíated to produce in all who are nofacclimated regular chills and fever-y Pe-ru-na, in large doses, will Jweak' th,e chills everytime. In other localities there is just enough malarial poison to make many people feel indiscribably bad without producing regular chills. There will be_a slight, irregular, chilly sensations? with flashes of heat and cold clammy perspiration, aching bofles and muscles, bad breath and stomach, periodical headache or -heifralgia, nervousness,sleeplessness, stupor and weakness. For this condition Pe-ru-na is a prompt and positive cure. It rids the system of the poison, builds up the flagging powers, and brings back appetite and sleep. A few weeks' use of the wonderful anti-malarial remedy produces such an entire renovation and rejuvination of the whole body that the patiënt feels as if he was living in another world. For a free book on malarial diseases send your address to the Peruna Medical Company, Columbus, Ohio.