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A HEALTHY WIFE sWrites of Dr. Hartman's Free Home Treatment. Mis. F. M. Badgett, 819 New street, Knoxville, Teun., writes a Jetter for pnblioation, whicb she desires all her soffering sisters to read. She writes: "When I was 16 years oíd, I suffered witb female weakness of the woïst kind and spent all I .jqtii bad trying tö get Iflj cnred. I tried MpPÉS&i several of the Wm B best pbysioians, 5r Jr bnt tbey all . I f ai led to cure fija M me. I gave np -tMm ''"Wfry. all hope of -PPV-r covery. Finally jf p Dr. Haitman's Yf j )' rretment was re? r 's-;', v coinmended to me by my teaoher, who also lent me the money to get the medioine whioh Dr. Hartman prasoribed. I took the treatmeut and it onrad me. I am now a healthy woman, weighiug 194 ponnds, and I owe it all to Dr. Hartman's treatment. I am sure I -wonld not be living now if it had not been for his treatment. I oannot help reoommending it to all snfferers, and will answer all inqnhing letters." Any woman wishing to apply for Dr. Hatrnan!s free home treatment has only to send age, symptoms, duration of disease, when the doctor will presorbe the proper treatment. The medicine aan be obtained by each patiënt at the neareöt drng store. Eaoh woman shonld have a copy of Dr. Hartman's latest book on the diseases peouliar to women. called "Health and Beanty." Sent free to any woman by The Pe runa Drug Mannfaoturing Company, Columbas, Ohio.


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