CATARRH SIX YEARS Clrew Rapidly Worse- Doctors Did No Good. Mrs. Adam Staats, Meqnon. Wis., in a recent letter to Dr. Hartman writes: "I write this fSi ietter beoanse of éÉ% xny sympathy -37 ior the snffering VLn people. Por six (&y$$miï years I suflered HT 1l with obrnnio 'I J FSX tarrb. Wbenever j 1 1 fei I canght a little ƒ ft''fáfet'"w} cold I would "f'fepBH have b severe f Mg&m] spell of sioknesa. I' '' M' I nsed different catarrh medioines and -be doctors did all tbey oonld bat the ïelief was only temporary. In December, 1897, my condition became very bañ. I conld uot speak aloud ; I bad a terrible cougb profuse expectoration and freqneutly spit blood; nigbt sweats and extreme emaoiation. I was snre I must die of oonsumption. The oatarrh seemed to bave spread all over my body; bead, throat, nose, bladder aud "womb. At this time I reoeived a book conoerning Pe-rona. I immediately wrote to Dr. Hartman who presoribed Pe-rn-na and Man-a-lin. I followed his directions striotly. I began to improve witb the first bottle and dnring tbe rime I took the medicines I gained twenty pounds. I feel as well aow as aoyone oonld possibly feel. I am snre I wonld bave been dead long ago bad it cot been for Dr. Hartinau's advioe ■aoá medicine." Every woman sbonld have a oopy of Dr. Hartman'e latest book entitled Health and Beauty." Sent free by Tbe Pe-rn-na Drnpt Manufacturing Oompany, Columbns, Ohio.