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PUBLISH MY LETTER So That Women May Know Where to Find Relief. Snch is the request of Mrs. L. M. Haynes, Springfield, Mo. (General delivery) A part of Mrs. Haynes' letter read as follows: "I wrote to you in May. 1897; I svsikfegQ was about to Hgm. give it up, for I fflüÊWBL had the best fonr Sgp B doctors in tbe r 5 W oity and they k . f oould not onre (jk M. me. My disease -F "TS was female 8Ff( V.' weakness. Ihad y-j lï- been troabled V„_ j f ;' with it for five 'W44'-' years. Fonr and a half bottles ui Pern-na onred me. I hope all suffering women will take Pe-ru-na. I know it will cure others alao. I cannot praise Pe-ru-na enough. " Bear in mind tbat female weakness is pelvio catarrb, to which women are pecaliarly liable, and from whioh few are enthely exempt. Pe-ru-na cures catarrb wherever looated. "Health and Beauty," a book devoted to tbe phase uf catarrh peculiar to women, will be sent free to any woman by Tbe Pe-ruaa Drog Mannfacturing Gompany, Columbus, Ohio.


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