LA GRIPPE. _____ Some Recent Reports Concerning the Ravages ot this Prevalent Disease. Dt. Hartman is constantly reeeiving letters from all parts of the United States from people who have suffered froiii la grippe or are snfferiug fronj it. The Doctur's remedy, 'Pe-ru-na is fotmd to be of geat valne in the treatment of this disease. N. N. Coons, Monmoutb, 111., writes: "Last fall I was taken witb la grippe and was uuable to do ruy work. I oonsulted several of our best doctors but fouud very little relief. I saw one of your advertiseíuents and coucluded to give yonr Peru-na a trial. I bonght two bottles and was snrprisd at the good it did me. I nsed it all and honght six more bottles and was soon able to go baok to my work. I think your Pe-ru-ua is an excellent medicine and I have reoommeuded it to others. " Geo. W. Norman, 2531 Kioollet Ave., Minueapolis, Minn., was also cnred of la grippe witb Pe-ru-na. Many cases of cores of la grippe reccrded in Dr. Hartman's lateat book on ohronic eatarrh and catarrhal diseases. The book contaius (i4 pages, instrootively ilJustrítted. It will be seot free fnr a short time by The Pe-runa Drug Manufacturing Company, Columt'us, Ohio.