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Harmony In The Home Circle

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m Pe-ru-na protects our homes by driving out nervousness and indigestión. ÉWARMONY comes with health. Plump, jolly children; calin, healthy motherj steady, kind husband. Such a f amily can face any ordinary trial mm successfully. The snappy retort ia not heard; nervousness gets na foothold; trines do not annoy; harfBk-, mony prevails. Is this picture rare? V--' Unfortunately it is. Excited nérvea A. destroy good dispositions. They OS bring on all kinds of ill health in the iSvmothers. Nervous mothers make nervous children; nervous husbands make the whole family nervous. i Whereyer there is nervousness there ia catarrh; èach breeds the other. Overcoming nervousness and catarrh cannot be accomplished by force of will: nature must ba assisted. Read the following letter f rom Mrs. F. Ludering, Cornwall, Cal. " I am fifty-eight years old and have eight children. I can truly say thai Pe-ru-na is the right thing to take for catarrh and nervousness; I intend to use it this spring also for a spring tonic. I went to a doctor six times for medicine for the nerves and to regúlate the urine, but I did not feel any better; so 1 concluded to take Pe-ru-na and I found out that it would do the work." Indigestión is catarrh of the stomach. It spoils the disposition, and like all catarrhal troubles has been considered impossible to cure. Mrs. N. K. Brown, Alexander, N. C, suifered with it; Pe-ru-na cured her. Eead her letter: " For several years I was troubled with indigestión, an increase of acid in the stomach, headache, loss of appetite, dizziness, and almost complete paralysis ol the left arm. My friends advised me to try Pe-ru-na, and after taking one bottle I could see great improvement in my condition Four bottles cured me sound and well, and I have not feit a symptom of my trouble since taking Pe-ru-na. I can never praise Pe-ru-na enough and will always recommend it." Inflammation of the mueous membrane is catarrh, whether in the pelvic organs, stomach, lungs or head. Elizabeth Grau, New Athens, 111., says: " For two years I had catarrh of the nose very bad. I doctored with two physicians but they did not help me. On Dr. Hartman's advice I began to take Pe-ru-na, and am now completely cured."