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Plucky Mrs. Peschel

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Parent Issue
Day
24
Month
January
Year
1902
Copyright
Public Domain
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PROTECTS HER ENTIRE EAMHY WITH PERUNA. HAS A HAPPY HOME. This Beautiful Mother Says: "I Cannot Help But Praise Peruna. "I Am Never Without It. MAs Soon as I Find the Children Have the Least Cold, I Give Them Peruna, "A Few Doses Helps Them." One of the greatest foes with which every family has to contend is our changeahle climate. To proteet the family frcm colds and coughs is always a eerious problem, and of ton impossible. SooDer or later it is the inevitable fate Of every one to catoh oold. Care in avoiding exposurs and the use of proper clothing will proteot from the frequency and perhaps the everity of colds, but ■with the greatest of precautions they Will pome. This is a settled fact of human ezperience. Esjiecially is this true during the Btormy and unsettled weather of oarly ! winter. Everybody must expect to be caught somewhere or somehow. Perhaps it Trill bo wet feet, or oold draught, or damp clothes, or may be too close confinementin hot rooms and then goingr out into the cold carelessly, or it may be one of a thousand other little mishaps, bnt no one is ehroud enough to always avoid the inevitable catching cold. Sometimes colds come like an epidemie ; everybody seems to have one at once. The very air about us is poison to the head, throat and lnngs. There is no fact of medical science better known than that Peruna cures eatarrh wherever located. Thousands of families in all parts of the United States are protected each winter by Peruna. Once in the family Peruna always stays. No home can spare Peruna af ter the first trial of it. A splendid example of this fact is found in the beantiful home of Mrs. Paul Peschel, of 14Q,uitman street, Newark, N. J. Head her letter. Newark, N. J., June 17, 1900. rr. S. B. Hartman : DearSir - "My three children were sick and my husband had an attack of la grippe. 1 gave the chlliiren Peruna, and now they look as f they hadn't been sick at all. I also gave it to my husband until he was good and well. I do not know how I could have stood taking care of them and being up nlght and day, had it not been for Peruna. "Last winter was the first winter in sixteen years that I did not have a cough. It is impossible to explain my thanks in words. I never looked as well as I do now. "Peruna is our family medicina ané always will be. I do my own housework and sewing, and gei along lovely, itow that I am so strong and well, thanks to Peruna andyourgoodadvice. ■■■■■■■■■■■■I "I cannot help hut prai.ie Peru na. f am never without it, and as soon aa t flnd the children have the least cold I glve them Peruna. A few doses help thetn, and I hope that every one who reads nty testlmony wilt try Peruna as, It Is a friend Indeed." Thanktutly yours, MRS. PAUL PESCHEL, 14 Q uit man Si., Newark, J. A Safe Family Doctor. Peruna has been used in many other homes with the same results. The following are samples: Mrs. M. E. Seymour, Dye, Ga., writes : "I am ready to speak a few worda in. favor of Peruna and Manalin, I havo tried them for nearly every ill of life for myseli' and family, and find them to b all the doctor claims them to be. Peruna cured me of female trouble when my doctor could not. My advice to all suffering women is, consult Dr. Hartman. What he has done for me he will do for you." - Mrs. M. E. Seymour. Peruna Added 40 Pounds. Mrs. Maria Goert, Cleo, Oklahoma, writes : "My husband, children and myself have used your medicines, and we always keep them in the house in case of necessity." - Mrs. Maria Goertz. Dr. Hartman's'latest book on catarrh will be sent free upon request to any address. This book contains ninety-flv pages of interesting reading matter, and wiJl be found invaluable to mothers ia ftidlng them to guard against and cure the many little catarrhal ailments of children that como with the severe weather of winter. iiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiim"""""""1 """" lrt