1ip%EFENDING jl THENATION. JmÊI Catarrh is ourcounSÉnw' R the mucous memjxüHf-j'íj brane tak e hold ÉM and fatal results where the membranes are clean and healthy. Mrs. Lou Davis, Fayetteville, Tenn., tells in her letter hovv Dr. Hartman's great catarrh remedy, Pe-ru-na, cured her of la grippe and serious lung complication. She says : " I was afflicted with a disease commonly known as la grippe two years ago ; the doctors said I had consumption. I got one bottle of Pe-ru-na and the second night my cough stopped. I took several bottles, and I will say that I believe I would be a dead woman now if it had not been for Pe-ru-na." Mary M. Pruitt, Palpa, Mo., says: Pt-ru-na Medicine Co., Columbus, 0. " I had la grippe for three successive years; it seemed to get a tighter hold on me each year. It seemed I was in the jaws of death. What had helped me before would not do me any good. I saw an advertisement of Pe-ru-na. I procured two bottles and it cured me. I have not feit any symptom since. You may use this in any way you please." Ask any druiiiist for afree Pe-ru-na Almaate ior the year 1699.