Notwithstanding that a great number of people have been cured of chronic catarrh by taking Peru-na during the past cold season, yet it cannot be denied that the cold, wet, stormy winter has retarded many cures, and in sorae cases actually prevented a cure. But, after unusual delay, spring time has come at last, and now is the time for all catarrh sufferers to begin a systematic course of treatment for this disease. The greatest difficulty in the way of treating chronic catarrh is that the patiënt is so liable to catch cold during the treatment, and thus delay a cure. This liability at this season of the year is, in a great measure, removed, and one should not neglect the opportunity to begin treatment. Send for f ree catarrh book. As a spring medicine Pe-ru-na is a never failing remedy. It cleanses the blood through digestión, and gives tone to the whole system by increasing the nutritive value of the food. "Spring fever," as it is sometimes called, which produces a tired-out sleepy feeling, an inability to do much mental or physical work, is the result of a sluggish digestión, and no blood medicine will be of any use whatever, unless it is able to rectify the impaired digestión. The great popularity that Peru-na has is due to the fact that in all such cases it at once corrects digestivejderangements and enriches the blood by purifying this very important source of that vital fluid. Señd for free book on spring medicines and spring diseases. Address The Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio.