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Pub Wheel m Two Ssctlon. every Toe
inuil TrkliT. m Journal Bnlldlng.
3 Craven Stmt.
' CHARLES IT STEVEN?
- anno jtimraorunott
I bitM nouns,
mt-m IfnntK- . .Ml
T -salve Months......... ,.I.
ONLY IH ADVAHCsV
ys 03clal Paper of New BernMdCniWB
County. '. ; ?
Advertising rates foraished p
plication u (M omoe, or ujkw uupuij
IfBtU. .... . . .- . J . . .
i rrTlm Jocsmu. is only sent on pay-i
receive notioe of expiration of tbeirsBe
seripttonr and m immediate rMpooie to
notice wA he . appreciated . by the
Entered -at the.Poetoffice, New Ban
tPaVM seoona-iuass oaaner,
r Ne Bern, N. C, May 1. 1906.
SANITATION ' CONCERNS EVERY
The return of warm weather incites
new ailment among the organs of" the
huuanbeing. The cool season calls for
fires, for warm clothing, for stimulat
ing and heating food, and the body Is
. kept" in ". condition by these external
means, to resist all inroads of the
- eather which chilling winds and snow
and ice bring against the individual, to
c'eetroy'c at least fewer his vitality,
and resistance to disease which comes
from without.: , ; :"
In this spring time, which practically
Is.mmmer, ail these winter protections
art laid aside. . Fires cease to be need
ed, warm clothing must be laid aside.
and all heavy food, should be forbid
den, and m" fts:place; the less heating
and stimulating be eaten. ,;-
But beyond the human care, the in
dividual effort to meet successfully' the
season's change, there is the concern
as "to the externals of houses and prem
ises, the preparing of these to meet
the hot sun, and the summer rain, with
' its after effects under a summer blase
Pergonal cleanliness and the preser
vation of health, while all important
to each person, has also its important
affect upon one's neighbor. Health
preserves those about, while ill-health,
even in no form of specific malady,
can breed disease to those around. In
this it is easy to see that personal
health is a source of comfort to the one
enjoying it, as well as to those around,
and in like manner clean premises are
Important, of as much vital concern, to
one's neighbor,' and beyond to the com
munlty, as such premises in a good con
dition are to the occupants of them,
i Sanitation! as perfect as. possible, is
of vital concern to every citizen. The
transgressor from sanitary methods,
endangers his: neighbors, "and violates
the law of decency, although such a
law may not be upon the statutes, yet
the violatex is a danger and menace
to neighborhood and community. Let
very citizen realize this, make a self
application, and the health officer will
have little to do,: while the community
will enjoy freedom from disease and
the disagreeable things which ill kept
premises always show and develop.
NEGLIGENCE OF THE VOTER.
No more timely warning nor one to
which more careful consideration should
be paid, could be uttered at this time,
.; than the one given at the county demo
, eratic' convention, on Friday, by chair
- man Green,' Of the county executive
oommittea. ; :' ' ' ' .'.'':-'
At this convention chairman Green
pointed out, and proved his statement
Jry figures, that the democrats of Cra
ven county sre top indifferent at the
ballot box. that democratic voters in
stead of taking a personal interest in
maintaining' a Urge majority, are care
lees as to whether they vote or not, and
the result is to be seen in the falling
off f t a number of precincts, in the re
pre station of the party of the county
convention. t ':'
T 9 fact that the democratic party is
in c "ntrol, has practically a sure thing
at t e polls, is no excuse for a single
to' r to be absent at the polls or fail
tot t l a vote.-" The franchise right
Is ; t ilu'y, appreciated, yet its loss
! r - - a storm, which would be
' i : (ivcr t'.a Ei .te. fpecial privi
I rr,; I C-trt'.w!y valued,
';'f."..n tlie p.silility of
- - i . ," ,. --call. I 'intlicn
. ' ' - " ', that there
of I '!.
; ,'. . 'ory
the tax payer finds himself, because of
his failure to vote, ander some adminis
tration which will both burden bim. in
extra taxes, and disturb his trade rela
tions. 1 f -
There are year whtch are termedff
yean m politics, when there are
few. ' pubHc. cfficejito be. elected, but
there should be no off years with any
voter, fox it la the very Indifference
and begugenceof Ihe voter in an off
yeaft WW A hlU'4faJted' political par
ties and upset good government
ARE TKE VOTERS BLIND OR MAD ?
' There are times when voters become
dissatisfied with those in public office,
and nan to tb ballot box to overthrow
the office-hoWere. The Voice of the
people amoBBta to nothing if there Jbe
not the power of carrying to filial -ful
fillment' the threat or promise, -which a
personal or- pnblie deotamtion- of the
people, ha made. ' Without the fran
chise," the right to Vote, bow impotent
is the corse' or promise of any man, to
injure or benefit those' hv office, or
those seeking office, and what party is
going to continne- in - powers - unless it
have the majority of votersbehind it, to
sustain it ! '
The JoomsJ has . already declared
against the negligence and indifference
of the Craven county voter.1 - The pub-
lie notice of Chairman Bryan, shows
now deplorable Is this hegBgence,- and
the call to pay the poll tax, on - the last
day - of graee" Which tne 4aw- gives,
should be" seriously heeded by every
inaiv and the1 tEtpa?d; so as to avoid
the ponaltyV not that iaihire to pay be.
fore .May firat relieves , the paymehf,
for the tax most be paid any way, but
if the 30th of April pastes, - "with poll
tax unpaid, it means the loss of ' right
to vote this year."" - ' V'
The statement that twenty to twenty.
five per cent of the voters of New
Bern have failed to qualify, that is
made themselves eligible to vote this
year by the payment of their poll tax,
is b announcement rnhnoBt beyond
eredenee. & Yex solni books' show, and
this means kVe;aeiioi?repect, for
there will alwaya be a failing off at the
polls of (he vote, and with twenty-five
per eenfci off, disfranchised for failure
to pay pott tajf;"' and twenty-ilve per
cent of the voters failing to cast a bal
lot on election day, t)e showing ' for
this county wonld be such as to give
small representation at district and
3tate Conventions, and a. small repre
sentation would mean loss to this coun
ty in many possible benefits.
Let every tax payer, -every: citizen
with an atom of self-respect at least
pay their poB tax,, and so be entitled to
a citizen's rights at "the ballot box, to
declare for something and not bo just a
nonentity.'- It does not matter so seri
ously that voters, may not attend the
polls, although that should not be neg
lected, but to have several hundred
men in New Bern, who could not vote,
such a eanditfcm ie very', deplorable, if
it shall exist during next year.
A ftaarsstses. Csre Far PUet ,
Itching, Blind, Btaeding, .t Protruding,
Piles. Druggists are authorized to re
fund money.if AZQ OINTMENT fails
to cure in to 14 days, 60c -
A CMnmunicatioa. -
,. - Wihnington, N C .
- April 28th, 1906.
Edito New Bern Daily Journal: -V
t have for three consecutive weeks
been in this city doing evangelistic work
among my jeople at Mt Zion A. U: &
church and Jod, has prpspered our work
with a generous, outpouring of Jlis Holy
Spirit, and, the, turning of many who
have hitherto Walked, with, satan. vhto
His marvelous ightV The pastor, Bevt
W. B, WiDjanivwd hislfaithful band
of earnest worker ae, doing a good
work whicb.i. am- 'purjwaded.. will meet
the approval of our Heavenly Father.
, Yourq ForGod, . ''
'Mrs. Serreno Crispin.
Ts Core ,CW Is 0ns Osy. ,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
Druggists refund aaoney--if it fails to
curt E. .W Crow's signature is oc
each boxt 25a. .w
New York Cottou Karktl
- - - -. - .
The following were the opening ano
closing prices.on the New York Coitor,
Exchange, April 281 "" ; ; ;
Hay 1L 10 TT10- 11 05
July U t " 1101 1087
Oct 10 88 )0Sy 10.87
Last year-2K,267 ' :':
Hu Stosfl ttt T?at 25 Ysirs. -
The oJJ, or' -1 ,r-r.T3 Tasteless
C!.'!l T-..'i ' l',t .v r Let' veu are
I'X It is.Kiq-and quinine in a
' -leas foHJi. ; J1! j Cure, No payv': -
Harmonious and Enthusiastic
. Political Gathering. '
a Splendid Asssmbly of RprMniHr
' DtmoeraU. Bttt ot Fowling Prsvalis.
Stresg Rftolutiou for ths Fsvorits
. The County Convention was called to
order at the court house yesterday neon
by E. M. Green, County Chairman. A
representative was present from every
voting precinct and In many eases sev
eral delegates, In a brief speech Mr.
Green set forth the necessity of a bet
ter political organization not for fear
of defeat by any other party but be
cause the lack of interest shown so far
meant a reduction in the representation
at political conventions and meetings,
and consequently a lessening of their
Mr. C. E. Foy was made chairman of
the meeting and Mr. William Dunn, Jr;
was mad 3 secretary. Following were
representing their voting precincts or
were given authority to represent cer
Vanceboro, J B Harvey; Maple Cy
press, J a Harvey; Truitts, F. S. Er-
nul; Dover, G V Richardson; -Core
Creek, J S Robinson, A W Avery; Ft
Barnwell, M D Lane; Taylor's Store,
J S Morton; Lee's Farm, Mr. Marshal;
Thurman. B W Ives; 1st Ward, City,
J A Meadows; 2nd Ward, E M Green,
3rd Ward. S M Brinson; 4th Ward, J M
Harget; 5th Ward, A J Gaskins; Tis-
dale Precinct, N Tisdale, Gum Row,
W H Scott; Pleasant Hill, J B Fiench;
Jasper, A E Wads worth, A total of
66 votes was recorded as the extent of
the county repreeer tation.
Mr. James A. Bryan introduced a
resolution favoring the re-election to
the Senate of Hon, F. M. Simmons.
Mr. W. W. Clark then read another
resolution of the same nature and Mr.
Bryan withdrew bis resolution and
made amotion to adopt that read by
The resolution was adopted by a ris
ing vote and was as follows:
An obligation always rests upon a
patriotic and appreciative people to ren
der the just need of commendation and
approval to a well-tried and faithful
public servant: therefore, "
Resolved: That .the Democracy of
Craven County, in Convention assem
bled, cherishes a lively rememberance
of the past effective activity of Senator
F. M. Simmons in achieving the tri
umphant success of Democratic policies
and principles, which assured to the
people of North Carolina, the restora
tion of free, enlightened government",
and its establishment on a sure, per
manent basis, the effect of which may
be seen in the rapid progress and de
velopment made throughout the entire
State. V-.:, . ..Oy;'
Resolved: That the Democracy of
Craven County, has remarked, with
honest pride, the career of Mr. Simmons
in the Senate of the United States,
where his patient industry and applica
tion, his uniform attentiveness, hisintel
ligent skill in debate, his entire states
man like equipment and demeanor enable
him to measure up to the high stand
ard of dignity and ability in the Senate
where great men shape the destiny of
this great Country, both at home and
Resolved: That the Democracy "of
Craven County heartily endorses the
election of Mr. Simmons to succeed him
self in the Senate, and hereby instructs
its representatives and requests their
Senators to conform to its wishes and
to use every effect to secure his elec
tion; and lastly.
Resolved: That the , Democracy of
Craven County would much deprecate
the untimely ambition which would sug
gest antagonism to Mr. Simmons
and thus blur what Mr. Simmons emi
nently deserves, an unanimous election,
by the people of North Carolina.
Mr. E. M. Green then offered the fol
lowing resolution which was adopted by
- Whereas: the Democratic Party of
Craven.County in convention assembled
taking great pride in the past disting
uished services of their well-lrved fellow
-citizen-the Hon. Owen H. Ouion; and
feeling that his learning and ability as
a lawyer, his patriotism and devotion to
the people as a citizen, his high personal
character, und equable temperment as
a man pre-eminently ht him to occupy,
with honor to himself, and the state,
the high calling of Judge of the Third
judicial district be it therefore
RESOLVFD: that this .convention
unanimously and enthusiastically en
dorse him for tlat high and honorable
Dosition, and most respectfully place him
in nomination to the people of the third
judicial district -
RESOLVED FURTHER; that the
Chairman of this convention be and is
hereby empowered and authorized to
name delegates to the judicial Conven
tion of the t ird judicial district who
will use all honorable means to further
and effect his nomination.
Another resolution was offered by
Mc Green endorsing the candidacy of
Hon. Larry I. Moore as Solicitor for
tlie Third Judicial District. The same
was unanimously adopted.
The following resolution was also
offered ly Mr. Green and was adopted
by a rhiii-x vote:
WliniliAS the Democratic votersof
Craven County represented by this
Convention view with pri.la the h:;;h :
f " ' i in t' o Cer;;n"?s of tlie Unit '
-"'if ' 1 1 y our fc'.'A an! '' ' i-
aia services in that bo.lv where hU
great ability, energy, and patriotism.
have enlarged and broadened the field of
usefulness for his people, and reflected
honor upon the State.
It is Therefore, Resolved .that the
Democracy of the County of Craven does
herebymost heartily and enthusiastically
endorse his Candidacy, to succeed him
self, and instructs the delegates to the
congrestonal Convention of the 3rd.
Congressional District whom this Con
vention authorizes and empowers the
HON. CHARLES R. THOMAS to se
lect, to use all honorable means and. to
vote as a unit for his renomination.
Mr. S. M. Brinson read the-following
resolution which was adopted by a ris
ing vote: .. V- : -vw , ,..
1 Be it Resolved, By the Democratic
Convention of Craven county, held this
day, that the course of the Honorable
D. L. Ward, one of the senators from
this district in the last General Assem
bly of North Carolina, be and the same
is hereby endorsed and approved.
Be it therefore resolved that the del
egates appointed here today to the
Senatorial Convention be instructed to
vote in said Convention for his re-nomi
nation, and to use all honorable means
to secure such re-nomination,
Col, P. M. Pearsall made a few re
marks favoring the candidacy of Frank
lin MacNoill of Wilmington for mem
ber of Corporation Commission and
offered a resolution supporting his can
didacy which was unanimously adopted,
Upon motion by CoL Pearsall the
chairman was given the authority to
appoint any democrat in good standing
a delegate to the State Convention who
should make application to him.
Mr. M. D. Lane offered a resolution
endorsing the past course of Hon. W,
L, ArendelL This was not in view of
any candidacy on Mr, Arendell's part
as it is understood he. will not be a
candidate for reelection. Mr. Lane
also introduced the following resolution
which was carried; . . ,-
Whereas ithas been' the policy of
our State not to grant perpetual char
ters, and the people view with deep
concern any affect to break down the
protective barriers of rights, the foun
dations of which were laid by our fore
Therefore resolved that we request
Senators and Representatives in the
Legislature to oppose any movement to
grant charters in perpetuity or to renew
or extend charters many years before
their present limit ex-ires." ,
A motion mas made that the dele
gates to State and Judicial Convention
be made by the chairman and that the
delegates to the Congressional axd Sen
atorial Conventions be selected by the
candidates Hons. C. R Thomas and D.
After this business was transacted
Congressman Thomas was called upon
and made a few happy remarks, thank
ing the convention for its hearty sup
port and pledging himself entirely to
the interests of the people who had
elected him. s-;.;;.; 'C;-:
Mr. J. A. Bryan was called upon and
made some very practical and pertinent
remarks which were enthusiastically
received and applauded. The conven
tion adjourned and all agreed it had
been one of the best and most harmo
nious meetings held in the county.
A Tbeutaod Dollar's Worth of Good
"I have been afflicted with kidney
ana oiaaaer irouDte lor years, passing
gravel or atones with excruciating
pain," says A. H. Thurnes, a well
known coal operator of Buffalo. O. i
got no relief from medicine until I be
gan taking: Foley's Kidney Cure, then
the result was surprising. A few doses
started the bnck-dust-uke substance
and now I have no nain across mv kid
neys and I feel like anew man. It has
''one me $1000 worth of irood. ' ' Foley's
Kidney Cure will cure every form of
kidney or bladder disease. For sale by
Little destruction was in evidence on
the cfmpus of Sanford University stu
dents still lack funds. No one is allow
ed on. the campus without a pass.
Workmen are clearing away the debris
of the Memorial church. '. Most of the
campus dwellings have been repaired.
Caught Cold Whllt Huntlns a Burglar.
Mr. Wm. Thoe. Lanorgan, provincia
Constable at Chapleau, Ontaria, says:
"I caught a severe cold while hunting
a burglar in the forest swamp last fall,
Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy, I tried it and after using two small
bottles. 1 was completely cured." This
remedy is intended - especially for
coughs and colds. It will loosen and re
lieve a severe cold in less time than by
any other treatment and is a favorite
wherever its superior excellence has be
come known. Davis' Pharmacy and F.
a Duffy- .,,:, .,,,..-
Thirteen Greeks and
were killed W a fight
European Turkey. .
Is ths Msoe ItihabKtd
Science has proven that the moon has
an atmosphere, which makes lifo in
some form possible on that satellite;
but not for human beings, who have a
hard enough time on this earth of ours;
especially those who don't know that
Electric ElLtcrB cure Headache. Eilous
ness, Ms!ria, Cluil and Fever, Jaun
dice, ; Dypa'a, Dizziness, Torpid
Liver, KL' ipy complaints, General De
bility, an! I'eiiiie weaknesses. Une-
qualedssa t ripral Tonic and Appe
tiser for wt--.it persona and especially
for the :' !.
Fully gun : -;tit
Price only f'.s.
It iuiluces sound b'.
to . t-17,C
p ; u!lits amoun
1 in Texas st
1,1' !' ' ' i to f
Tlwnsands of Women Write Dr. Hartman to Complain TI:ct
IfteylXever JPecl Wholly Kested, That They
Kotch Road, Paler
son, J.; writes:
O "I suffered fiv
year wih my spine
and pains in my
back. . .;... '.;;--.
- 'I con ml ted yotf,
fortunately, and in
fourteen weeks wa
cured by the use ot
Perana and follow
ing your advice. ;
: "lesn now do my
- oif n-work.' I cannot
thank yon enough.
I cannot tell yon
how happy 1 am. No family should be
Suffered Yemn With Paia. ,
Mrs. Ida Germain, 631 MsnhatUn
Ave- New TorkOiry, writesi
"For many years I suffered with paia
. In the pelvic organ. I vh nnable to
flnd relief, as no doctor eonld help
me..?':: I vVS; .Vi;;.&:'V-;-'
, "I read ot yonr. wonderful Perana
and decided to give it a trial. I took it
for some . time , and obtained much
relief. ' '; ' ' .. i
Strong AgMia. .-;
Sowl am strong stain snd hare
good appetite. Feruna has relieved me
ot a chronic ailment, and I therefor
recommend it to all women," , -Awsjs
Tired tad Wtk. .
Mr. E. A. Connolly, 82? Oarnor St.,
Kansas City, Mo., write:
"I have suffered for year with itom
ach trouble, so that I could est hardly
anything. I was Urod and weak all tiie
Rwlsod Forsiuls-For a number of years requests have come to me from a multitude of e-ratefu! friprula. m-rifr tw
Pe-ru-na be given a slight bxttive quaUt
time, and now feel gratified to annoo we
cm woicn, m my opinion, can oi i ennance its well-known beneficial chaty. t it.
- RlMumatlsm Make Ufa Mlsarabl.
A happy home is the most valuable
position that ia within the reach of
mankind; but you cannot enjoy its com
forts if you are suffering from rheuma
tism. - You throw aside business cares
when you enter your home and you can
be relieved from those rheumatic pains
also by applyirg Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. One ar plication will eive you re
lief and its continued use for a snort
time will bring about a permanent cure.
For sale by Davis' Pharmacy and F. S.
Coiit f Ctr-lm Silo.
, In a recent bulletin, of, the Illinois
experiment station ' professor V.. J.
Fraaer slates that a rouu j wood stlo
plastered wlthcenieut, 20 feet In diam
eter, 24.5 fs-'t elcet), holding 2 tons,
coat ?3K5or $1,08 per ton capacity. .
Hurnas tlood stark
A tale of horror was told by marks of
human blood in the home of J. W. Wil
lis, a known meachant of Bac, Ky. Be
writes : "Twenty years ago I had se
vere hemorrhaeea of the lunus. and
was near death when I began taking
ur. n,ing mew Discovery, it com
pletely cured me and I have remained
well ever since." It cures Hemor
rhages, Chronic Coughs. Settled Colds
and Bronchitis, and is the only known
core for , Weak Lungs. Every bottle
guaranteed. Sold by all Druggist 60r
add $1.00. Trial bottle free. -
"Why is It that the performances of
so very few niuslclaus please you?"
"Wi'll," answered Mr. Cuiuro. "te
tell you the truth, I don't I:uow murb
about It I am merely going by whul
the musicians say of one another. I "
wasnington Btar, .
A New Sack for an C!d Cne How it
Is Cone in Kew Corn .
The back aches at times with a dull,
indescribable feeling, making you
weary and restless; piercing pains.shoot
across the region o. the kidneys, and
again the loins are so lame to stoop is
agony. No use to rub or apply a plas
ter to the back in this condition. You
cannot' reach the cas. Exchange the
bad back for a new and stronger one.
Follow the example of this New Bern
S. B. Parker, whose sheet metal bus
iness is at Uraven and South Front
'.recta, place of residence 41 Ctavc-i
street, says: "I believe Bonn's KiJ
noy Pills to be a good rem-V, in f t,
I know it. Iiiaveber-nfl'i!'a a r - r
from bickaclte. Alt' -si?, v g.j I i
1 cou' I scprri 'v t t c re
u .inx Down's 1 . ' v ' i i r- t
Ht t.. 1 i i 1 y -Ik
! h ri"t t ,. 1 i ; t ; i. i
t re tvi r i ; a r i , -
t 7 r - t t i :i . ;
i i i ' Mi ! - ...
k , - J Lmm U Law k
" . jtRS. IDH CEhMAIN.
PELVfC CATARRH CAUSES MANY
Tber are o many women who are tired all the time.: They get np in the
morning tired and drag thmselve around wearily all day.
:- They have paia in tb back and dragging sensations which.seem to weigh
them down a thong h carrying a burden.
- Many women are undoubtedly suffering' wltb syitemlo catarrh. Tk
proper remedy for them to take is Pernoa. t
. , The eaurrh ha la vaded the whole abdominal and pelvic organ. Through
mucoui discharge they ar losing Vitality every moment. - - -
Til food they eat and the sleep they get 1 hardly snffloient to keep up
"with th incessant drain on thir vitality. , . .
Tb only hope tor betterment in their case i th complete removal of th
catarrh. , . .-
For this Parana is recommended by Dr. Hartman. It relieve catarrh
wbervr located in the human body in th thorax, abdomen or pelvia.
MTbis wa caused by Indigestion and
female trouble. I suffered agonle and
was afraid to be left alone. :
At time I was afraid to stand on my
feet and to attempt to do any home
work wa out of the question. - ,
"One day I read an advertisement ot
Peruna and Its wonderful cures and 1
decided to try it. . , . - ,- '
New Life tad Vigor. -
"My husband brought home one bot
tle and before that bottle was half guua
I felt new life snd new vigor.
"That tired, hopelea feeling lett me,
I began to eat and my food nourished
me. I eonld walk and do my work
PentiM'M Wonderful Work.
"1 , took several bottles during the
aummar and fall and cannot pralne it
enongh for the wonderful work it did
forme. . '
"When I feel tired or Mrvons from any
cauao, a tew doaes of Peruua cure uie.
r. . I have been exoerimentirir with a
to the friends of P. -ru-na that I have
OUR STOCK OF SPRING i
AND SUMMER CLOTE
Is complete. It will pay you to call and look our Stock,
over, you will find our'goods lha-best and cheapest in the',
city for the money: - , - :
Men's Grey Plaid Suits,' all nobby styles, prices (6.50, $8, f 13.50 and Ifi.(a)
per suit in or U piece. .. . . . i - ;
Mens Llue Serge Suits in doulle breasttd or round cut $5.W to (12. 50V -
Straw Hats in all shapes for men and boys, prices 60c to ?2. 60.
v: Mens Blue Serge single coats only $2.90. - . r
' Vens Pants, the best line you can find in. all colors; prices from $1 to $5 per
pair. - - -
Boys Wash Suits in all cobra, sizes 3 to 8; t rices-150c to (1 per suit. '
We carry the Beacon $3 shoo for men, and the Barry $160 and $1.00 shoes,"
high or low cut in all leathers.-. ,
Just Received a fine line of mens Shirts at COc each, that can not be bought
Isewhere less than 76c. -
Livery, Feed, Cala
Larg-est and f ts'-k cf Iloraos and Mules ever offorf
A car loa i of . h j-ist in. Also a complete cf
i, liulrtjs, Whips, Cart V i.ct-:s,
Lrovkil Street, Kew
MRS. C A, CI
Are Ahoays Tired.
"1 hope everyi
and woia whe ...
suffers wlil give
Perana a trial and
be as grateful as-.'
my husband aad
myelf." .. ...
"Mia A-ona If - -Ginn,
Providence, H. I
know ot; 0i goool
your medjjin haa
don for in. I had
1 h4 been doctoring for a year belor I
tried your Peruna. 1 ufferd th ate .
with pain in my head.
A Friend AdvlMd Ptrunm. -i
"One day a friend of mine told m of
your Peruna, o I got a bottle. .After a
weels use of it I began to feel better
"At first I could not eat, Sleep or -work,
but I have at last found that the
medicine that would cure me was you
Peruna. . ' f
A New Woman. , -: . v- -
"Mv face has a vood color now.' I aaa V
a new woman. 1 thank you very much."
Followed Or. tlartman'B Advice.
Mro. Viola Marshall, 420 Wt fM
street, Springfield, 111, writt
"Two mon ths ago when I sought yea
advice, I had gotten so weak: that 1 had
to lie down most ottho time.
"1 bettan taking your Parana and new
I feel like a new woman. , . . t J,
"I shall never ceaa praising Parana.
nor thanking bt. Uartmaa tot hi kin '
adrJce.". - - - -. - "
lax itive adrlirinn for nr.ha . i.th
incorp irated such a qui U y in the medi-
:- "S. B. Hartman, M. D.m "