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Parent Issue
Day
4
Month
November
Year
1898
Copyright
Public Domain
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ÍPPULIAR I - gy TOOURSOIL jr Catarrh ts an I ,f V-, Jwt American disease. I lm' 2-it, Greer' Ba&by. I Llalli Tex.,says: "Pe-ru-na My3 Op hasdonesomuchg-ood Bff for me that I am able jlKttiw' t to do my own work." W 55 Sy Mr.JacobGriffin,Eliner, wL, ÜÍI ■c-'writes: "Iwasvery WÊkJiÊ0 nervous and unable to TM work. I have taken severa] jMyvjNg bottles of Pe-ru-na and jtfjllh. am entirely well." f3 Esther Luther, Frank$A } { Hnsville, N. C, says : "I 3j took your Pe-ru-na for ÍJmM4 deafness can hear now as ' M Wf' well as I e ver could. " ipi Aug. TrylofE, Mt. Clem (jSa ensi Mich.,writes : " Ihad Ini Mullí a S'pp6 an i kf Ine R witb. a terrible cough. I gÊCAJmè took Pe-ru-na and was W'k E. Guest, Kearney, ïi BufEalo Co., Neb., writes: rjl a. S "I took your Pe-ru-na for iflfflí-illl caarr ar"i can say üiat ÜUtK I am now entirely cured H. Walter Brady, Casm am cade' Ark' ' says : " I had I Jli' ru1111!11? ears. It was so B; offensive I excluded mynBSjmWlr solffromall society. After "níi I had borne it fourteen years I read Dr. Hartman's book called ' The Ills of Life.' I took seventeen dollars' worth of his remedies and am entirely cured." Ask any drupcsist fkr a free Pe-ru-na Alman J-c ror the year 1899.