A SICK WOMAN Should Consult the Best Physician Possible. If all the sick mothers, invalid daughters and diseased sisters in this broad land would write to Dr. Hartman when failing to flnd relief elsewhere, no pen could describe the benefii that would follow. ïhere are so many women, especially married women, wbo drag themselves wearily around from year to year without any particular disease, and yet miserable beyond description. They ache and tremble and tlirob, growing more nervous, tired and debilitated every day. For this class of sufferers Pe-ru-na is the most perfect remedy in existence. It relieves, it soothes, it quiets, lt strengthens, and no tired, overworked woman in the land should be without Pe-ru-na in the house for a single day. Those wishing a complete description of female diseases, should send their address to the Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbas, Ohio, for a free copy of "Facts atid Faces," a book showing what Dr. Hartman's free treatment has done for a multitude of invalid women.