Catarrh is capable of changiug all the life-giving secretions of the body into soaldirig flnids, whieh destroy and inflame every part they come in contact with. Applications to the places affected by catarrh can do little good save to soothe or quiet disagreeable symptoins. Henee it is that gargles, sprays, atomizers and iuhalants only serve as temporary relief. Any medicine to effect a cure must be taken into the system. So long as tbe irritating secretions of iatarrh continue to be foirned so long will the membranes continue to be inflarned, no matter what treatment is nsed. There is but ona remedy that has this most desireable effect, and that remedy is Peru na. This lemedy strikes at once to the root of the catarrh by restoring to the capiliary vessels their aealthy elasticity. Pe-ru-na is not a temporary palliative but a radical cure. Send for Dr. Hartman's Jatest book, sentfree for a short time. Address The Pe-ru-na Drug JManufacturing Co., Coumbus, Ohio.