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Day
10
Month
December
Year
1897
Copyright
Public Domain
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Are You Nervous? Mrs. C. C. FilJjÊpj. ler, 153á South iPÏKk Ponrth street, sie5Ífc Colnmus, Ohio, S'J&fiT writes to Dr. % ''MKL. Hartman, of CoiïÊÊsk-mBÊh ' as IrthgfeQVbeen subject to ' nervous dyspepsia I wonld havo spells of quivering in my stomaob, with smotheung feelings. My nerves were terribly debilitated. I was suft'ericg froni what is oalled nervons prostratiou My stomach feit bloated, and I was coustautly weak and trembling. I oonsulted soveral phvsioiaus who treated me without doing any good. I had alinost given up in despair when I haaid of Pe-ru-na. It was about six years ago that I first took Pe-rn-na. I found it an itnmediate relief to all my disagreeable syinptouQS. It is the only medioioe that has ever been of any use to me." Mrs. Lucie Waldie, Otsego Lake, Mich., Box 67, writes: "For three years I suffered with catarrhal dyspepsia. I wrote to yon for advice and yon told me to take yoar niedicines. It has been ten monnths since I began to nse your tnedioines and I ain perfeotly well. [ think yonr medicines deserving of rnnch praise. " Send for Dr. Hartman's latest book on "Winter Catarrh." Address your ;etter to Columbas, Ohio. Ask your druggist for a f ree Pa-ra na Amanao for 1898.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News