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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 12 October 1905

i i fc. ;;y:a.yl'..s: Special Salesmen in Each Department. ft. . . J. . BI.ANCHAR. Ht K. DRY80N A. . ROGW You l W AGAIN CALL VOUR ATTENTION TO THE IIM LIVE STOCK COMMISSION W handle GO. all kinds of stock. Write for our Market Letter and call when yon are at the yards. HaftrenCMit Aay BhV or Mercantile Agency , Omaha Live Stock Commission Co. I. B, BLANCHAKD. Pre. aad Maaagcr. James f . Vahlman, rres. and Mgr. E. Cjow, Vice-Fres. J. W. Gribble, Sec' and Treas.- The American Commission Company Live Stock Salesmen. Capital, $100,000. I HM'iMM'l H I'l H 4 H I i LAf mCENEWS A ! imill Hi 1)1 111 1 1 'M ll WILLIAM MITCHELL ATTOHNfcY AT LEW, DIRECTORS: Jausb C. Pahlman. I. Caiiow. J. M. Humphrey. So. Omaha & Chicago Ed. Caiiow, Cattle Salesman. Theo. Tjllotson, Aes. Cattle Salesman Jim Clarey, Hoc Salesman. Martin Cullerton, Sheep Salesman. Icy Feeders on Orders, Both Cattle and Sheep South Omaha, Nebraska. ROSENBAUil BROS. & Co. (incorporated) Commission Merchants South Omaha, Neb...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 12 October 1905

18- ANNIVERSARY SALE As we are just closing our 18th successful business year in Alliance, we want to take this opportunity to extend our thanks to those who have assisted in making our business what it is today. In order to show our appreciation of these past fovors, we have determined to give to the people of this vicinity and opportunity to buy good, seasonable merchandise at a great sacrifice in price. This sale will continue ten days, commencing MONDAY OCTOBER 16th. yv f I f WiP 11 ( Brandeeee. Copyrighted, 1905 Klncald & 1 Wood. 75c and 79c all wool Ingrain Carpets at 60c All Wool Ingrain Carpets at - - -Hemp Carpets at --------- wv RAILWAY NOTES AND PERSONALS Mrs. J, F. Coyler has gone to Chicago. Machinist C. H. Howard has left the service. . Mrs. V. E. Brysen of Lead has gone to t" Omaha. A. J. Devoe has left the service and gone to Minden. Mrs. B. F. Bettis of Newcastle has gone to Billings. Mrs. J. L. Beckham of Deadwood has gone to Billings. Engineer C. C. Smith and ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 12 October 1905

J 1 ARMY MAN GUILTY LIEUT. R08S OF THE ARTILLERY 13 REPRIMANDED. APPROVAL OF THE SENTENCE Arrangements for the Preslent's Visit to Tuskegee Students Planning Elaborate Program for His Enter tainment Washington Tlio pnporfl In the cnso ef Second Llcutonnnt Clnrcnco U. JIosb, Artillery corps, whho wnB re cently tried by court-martial at Fort Itodman, Mass., lmvo been received nt the War Department. Ross was found guilty of disrespect toward his commanding officer and of conduct to tho projudlco of good order and mill tary discipline and was sentenced to lie reprimanded by the reviewing authority and to be reduced ten flloa on tho legal list of second lieutenant of artillery. One of the specifications In this caso was that Lieutenant IIosb rnoforrod to Captain Wlllougby Walk or, commanding tho post of Fort Rod mart, In the hearing of an enllBted man In a sneering and contomptuous mannor an being "llko n baby with a now doll," with Intent to cast rldlctilo upon his superior ofllccr, and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 12 October 1905

t m ' I KIDNEY TROUBLE DUE TO CATARRH. The Curative Power of PE-RU-NA in Kidney Disease the Talk of the Continent. Nicholas J. Hertz, Member of Ancient Order of Workmen, Capitol Lodge, No. 140, Tcarl Street Hotel, Albany, N. Y., writes: "A few months ngo I contracted a heavy cold which settled in my kidneys, and each timo I was exposed to inclem ent weather the trouble was aggravated until finally I was unable to work. "After trying many of the adver tised remedies for kidney trouble, I finally took Peruna. "In a week the intense pains in my badk were much relieved and in four weeks I was able to take up my work again. "I still continued to use Peruna for another month and at tho end of that timo I was perfectly well. "I now take a doso or two when I have been exposed and find that it is 6plendid to keep me well." Hundreds of Cures. Dr. llartman is constantly in receipt of testimonials from people who have been cured of chronic and complicated kidney discaso by Peruna. For free medi...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 12 October 1905

111 fl 1 This Nobby Iron Bed SWV 3N This Strong Iron Bed W " tmWMivmmiW 1 hVq. a. f rAl (Exactly Like Cut.) & (Kxnctly Ukc Cut.) WjttSrW', S3WfcL V PS. 9t fill X .. . .,.,..,.. i.it. r... -.i .. WUP f & .RrWT.r Viwwwax A fill A Hnf1 mu! :8 inches hich. foot end 43 W .5 Head end s8 inches high, foot end 43 Him1 end fia Inches hich. foot end 44 I I' m m H F ! uU inches hich. i i-xfi-inch posts, 4 feet, 6 inches wide, fuli length, nicely en ameled in white, blue or Krcen, witli cold trimming, slats free. Usually soils for 54.50. Special price, $3.70 A fine bed for the price. This Sideboard (Kxnctly Like Cut.) Golden Oak finish, rubbed top, 42x2: inches. Base contains largo linen drawer, two small serpentine- front top drawers, one lined for silverware. Large cabinet extending full width. HaB nicely carved back', and 14x24 German Hovel Plate mirror, brass trim mlugs. Usually sells for $20.00. Special price, $16.00 inches high, 1 i-i6inch posts, sue 4 feet 6 inches wide, full len...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 October 1905

IB LINCOLN NED --n-n Btt Historical Society Official . Paper of Both County and City er VOLUME XII, "OB, ' - .. .. . .. n J& i izk ift1." V t x 7n -a ri t' i iMpr - i ""-1 i i i w - - - -- VW ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1905, NUMBER 44 . , . ! ' , : 1 L. E. ROBERTS & CO. LIVE STOCK Commission Merchants SOUTH OMAHA, NEB. Reliable Market Reports, Good Service, Quick Returns. MR. L. E. ROBERTS gives his personal attention to the classing and selling of all cattle consigned to us and we have active and com petent yard men to dc the Filling and Weighing. WRITE US ABOUT YOUR STOCK; We may be able to do you some good -'-vvysfvAr F. M. BROOflE Successor to Wilcox & IluooMi: & U. S. Land Attorney & Years of experience in the govern ment land office as Receiver, ( . qualifies him to attend to all bus iness at the U. S. Land Office in a correct and proper manner. Correspondence promptly an swered and all business attended to promptly. A widel...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 October 1905

BLOODSHED Mutiny on Board of a Ship Results in a (Number of Deaths'. WILMINGTON, N. C. Hor docks and cabins splotched with blood from tho fearful butchery nmldshlp early Tuesday morning oft tho North Caro lina coast, the four-masted schooner Harry A. Berwlnd, of Philadelphia, was towed Into Southport Thursday by Wilmington tugs. Aboard wcro tho prlzo crow of tho Now York schooner Blanche H. King, who were wanted as witnesses against tho three negroes shackled and brought to the Capo Fear quarantine station on Wednesday charged with mutiny and murder. At tho preliminary Investigation bo foro United States Commlsssloners Collier of Wilmington and Pinner of Southport, the men who boarded the Berwlnd told tho story of conditions on the vessel as they found them and tho three prisoners wero Introduced nt their own request. They gnvo tlielr names as Roflort Sawyer, Henry Scott and Arthur Adams, all negroes nnd under 40 years of age. Sawyer and Adams employed coun sel nnd both chnrged that...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 October 1905

J . Tized, Nezvous Mothers MaKe Unhappy Homes -Their Condition Irritates Both Husband and Children How Thousands of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous Prostration and Made Strong and Well. Mrs. CtesterCurtyQ Mrs Cbas. KQrown A nervous, irritable mother, often on the verge of hysterics, is unfit to caro for children; it ruins a child's disposi tion 'and reacts upon herself. The trouble 'between children and their mothers too often is due to the fact that the mother has some fcxnalo weak ness, and she is entirely nnfit to bear the strain upon her nerves that govern ing children involves; it is impossible for her to do anything calmly. The ills of women act like a firebrand upon tho nerves, consequently nlue tenths of the nervous prostration, ner vous despondency, "the blues," sleep lessness, and nervouB irritability of women arise from borne derangement of the female organism. Do you experience fits of depression with restlessness, alternating with extreme irritability? Are your spi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 October 1905

M THCi mmmm PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. T, J. O'KEEFE Publisher J. D. KNIEST Associate Editor Entered at the postoflice nt Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the malls, as second-class matter. 3F Tub Herald Is the Official Publica tion of Do Butte county and its circul.v (Ion is nearly twice that ot any otliar Al liance paper. ADVERTISING RATES' Display, per single column inch per month 56 Business-locals, per lino first insertion io Each subsequent insertion, per lino .30 Display advertising on first page, 50 per cent more than on any other page.. Legal notices at statuto rates. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. State Ticket. For Supremo Judge W. E. HASTINGS, Wilbur. For Regents LOUIS LIGHTNER, Platte Co. D. C. COLE, Polk Co. For Clerk For Treasurer.. . Forjudge '. For Sheriff For Coroner. For Surveyor. rusion Ticket. D. K. Spacht ... C. V. Brcnnau . ... ..W. S. Kldgell Enoch Hover Dr. G. W. Mitchell . . John P. Hazard For County Commissioner J. v. Christy Judge Spncht fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 October 1905

(am Si V - r Stf " rtf Plata: Si: i $ I ? 't ft 1c ' fi- Notice ! THE FALL CAMPAIGN is now coming on, and I wish to announce to the public, that I am out as a candidate this fall for the office of Flour In spector, and I wish to say right here, that if I am elected I will give you the best there is for the next two years or until my successor is elected and quali fies. My platform is the 5-IHZ OBS-A-3C, and I wish to say, that all other candidates, whether they be nominated on the publican or sinners' ticket, ' will stand no show of being elected, unless they have this plank in their platform this fall. For further in formation in regard to this platform, call on Libby, the Grocer 210 BOX BUTTE AVENUE ALLIANCE, NEB. chairman of the county central committee. See to it that your candidates' are filled with 5-ZHZ O -t-tJ--Ibvd- biscuits before starting out. Yours for luck, General Manager. p If You Have Not Tried You ought to. R. J. Lawrence Phone 170. The Palace Meat Market -JAVING pu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 October 1905

The Alliance Herald T. J. O'KEEFE, Publisher. ALLIANCE, . NEBRASKA. General News Tho Venezuelan government has ordered from tho -Crcsent works, In Franco, thirty batteries of field nr .Illery and twelve batteries of moun In guns of 70-mllllmetors caliber. Rate legislation will be tho first ouslncss of tho senato when tho fifty otntli congress convenes In Decem ber. At least, UiIb is tho opinion of Senator William U. AlllBon of Iowa. A meeting of tho wholosnlo local potteries of Wheeling, W. Va, has been called to ratify tho sale of tholr plants to a proposed pottery com bination 1th a capital of $40,000,000. Taft will sail on a naval vessel from New Orleans for Panama about No vember 1. Ho goes to look over tho canal situation as It now exists In tho way of construction and prepara tion. Thomas Jefferson, eon of Joseph Jefferson, after flvo years of touring 'with Dion Douclcault's stage version of "Itlp Van Winkle," Is glvln Now York play goers a test of his quality In tho piny. Fra...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 October 1905

it! 1 n ml-- NOTICE Of TAX SALE fir. . '..' u&$ Ml'"' .Jf ' v: 'I' . . v . rn .. h' r,v-- if ',H P,Y Notlco Is hereby given that ttis follow In described. lands and lots In Box IJutte county, Nebraska, on which the taxes for th year 1905 romaln unpaid, will bo sold at tho Court House in Alliance, Neb., lor taxes duo thereon respectively on the first Monday In November, 1905, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 p. m. Dated at Alliance this 1st day of Oc tober, 1905. C. W. BIIENNAN, , County Treasurer.- Part nwU ne U 38 25 Part nwU net; 3 7 10 NK of Wfc Block. Part nwH nett .....-3G l zo nw"ss Part ne'i Part . nett Part nett UKK PHEOINCT -SIM0NStN'8 ADD It. U. Ami. 90 12 36 8 66 BOYD PBECINCT. Two. 24, 11. 47, Des. Sec, Nw'.i ,., 4 iiVl O BeU U NwU ........19 Swtt 20 Sett 22 NwW 25 Nwi BWU..W NeVi swtt nH seVi 27 NwU 28 NV4 swVi swVi swVi'23 All 29 NeU 3D Nw'i nwtt s nwtt nett swtt.. 30 NV4 sett A sett sei-i...30 Nett 32 Nett nwtt.. 32 Htt neVi ntt . sett 33 NwU 33 "V'tt we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 October 1905

' I. ; The Famous Sellers of Good Clothes for Men $1.75 GOOD CLOMS CHE A P for Jack Rabbit guaranteed Corduroy Men's Pants 40 dozen Men's Underwear, heavy fleeced lined, every size . 39c For 10 days Boys' Underwear, heavy good fleeces 25c Boy's Shirts, a new line just received beauties 39, 50, 75c EXTRA! EXTRA! Stetson's new shape Hats, in black and smoke color $3.5o $1.00 Buys a good black duck coat, blanket lined, jack rabbit make New styles, better qualities, all for less money than they were ever offered, and wool going up every day. Our new double breasted suits, at our low prices, are the talk of the town. ' Don't confound this of fering of new fall and win ter merchandise with a lot of old cheap stuff, which is now on the market. We guarantee every suit new this fall. Pass up the old kind. It won't pay you to buy shelf-worn goods, when you can buy the new, up-to-the-minute kind, at our low prices. See our Men's Suits, black and fancy. .-4.50 Pure all-wool Novelties nicely mad...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 October 1905

. 1WA . i Largest Circulation in 'Northwest Nebraska VOLUME XII, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1905. NUMBER .45" Official Paper of Both County and Wyg ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, j r i TA BS' fc Sir . t m-.- ai : L. E. ROBERTS 6c CO. LIVE STOCK ? Commission Merchants SOUTH OMAHA, NEB. Reliable Market Reports, Good Service, Quick Returns. MR. L. . ROBERTS gives his personal, attention to the clusslng and selling of all cattle consigned to us and we have active and com petent yard men to dc the Filling and Weighing. WRITE US ADOUT YOUR STOCK; We maybe able to do you some good F. M. BROOftE Successor to Wilcox &. Biioomb U. S. Land Attorney j 1 Years of experience in the govern- ment land office as Receiver, , . qualifies him to attend to all bus iness at the U. S. Land Office in a correct and proper manner. Correspondence promptly an swered and all business attended to promptly. A widely extended practice- with I successful and satisfactory results Is a guarantee of faithful ser...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 October 1905

t t If The Alliance Herald E IV T. J. O'KEEFE, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. General. News President lloosovelt proposes to re appoint William Barret Illdgely of Springfield as controller of the cur roncy. llldgely'a terra of ctfllce does act expire for several months. In the report to tho secretary of war for the, last fiscal year Commissary General J. I Weston points out that the losses of stores and property for tho use of the army haB been romarn bly small. Tho International Harvester Com pany of America haB purchased tho Vulcan works ear Noorkocplng, Sweden. A Swedish corporation will lie formed to manufacture harvesting machinery. Tho president has directed the ap pointment of Colonol Henry O. Sharpe to bo chief commissary of subsistence with tho rank of brigadier general, to tuccced General John F. Weston, pro moted to major general. Most Rev. P. W. Itlordan, arch bishop of Ban FranciBco, was rocelvcd In homo by Cardinal Qottl, prefect of tho congregation of tho propaganda, ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 October 1905

BNr' T5 4 1 ; Faretefclt j Oh. drowsily tho brooaoa lingered over lane and lea. And wayward moonbeams, falry-rlngered. bushed the tistliM seu, When tliroiiRh Um mpnnnwM. dim with shadows, cinr.o my Invu to mo. A dainty ditty ho was singing Oh, 1 lovi d him writ' 'And all the world went Idly swinging where th echoes fll. While soft, feronp, by hill nnd dune there throbbed nn evening bell. Oh, wistfully the winds, wont Balling o'er tho xobblng sen. And uloud-wtnoK swift with moonlight - trailing worked Its wizardry, when fur away. n loveis mny, went forth my love from me. Wilfrid 1a Uundcll. In Boston Trnn-script CdiBOUS i CD Q (Copyright, 1903, by Russell had mado no mistake. There was but ono Jowel like that in tho wholo world. He had mado suro of that beroro lio bought It for his wife ton years before Curious It was; a solid diamond heart, flanked by a scoro of tiny ruby ones, held In place by tho finest thread of gold that was 3uiU lnvlslblo at tho dlstanco of a few feet. To-night...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 October 1905

n THE MyLiAI!yJKiLnJLII PUBLISHES) THURSbAYS. T, J. O'KEKFK J. B. KNIEST , , , . . Publisher Associate Editor Entered At tho postofltco nt Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as sccond-lass matter. , I, ' 5T The Hkralp is the Ofhcial Publlca (Ion of Box Butte county and its circula tion Is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per slnglo column Inch per month. t 5 Business locals, per line first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per lino .50 Display advertining on first page, 50 per cent mora thin on any other page. Legal notices nt statuto rates. Subscription, Si. 50 per year in advance. Stole Ticket. For Supremo Judge W. E. HASTINGS, Wilbur. For Regents LOUIS LIGHTNER, Pintle Co. ? D. C, COLE, Polk Co. Fusion Ticket. For Clerk D. K. Spacht For Treasurer C. V. Hrennan For Judge W. S. Ridgoll For Sheriff Enoch Boycr For Coroner.. . Dr. G. W. Mitchell For Sun-oyor John P. Hazard For County Commissioner J. W. Christy Man...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 October 1905

mnh' -- ' ir- -' J- f . , lf , fESti " Notice ! Tf HE FALL CAMPAIGN is now coming: on, and I wish to announce td the publicj that I am out as a candidate this fall for the office of Flour In spector, and I wish to say right here, that if I am elected I will give you the best there is for the next two years or until my successor is elected and quali fies. My platform is the 5 -IS CDJEjJJL, and I wish to say, that all other candidates, whether they be nominated on the publican or sinners' ticket, will stand no show of being elected, unless they have this plank in their platform this fall. For further in formation in regard to this platform, call on Libby, the Grocer 210 BOX BVTTE AVENUE ALLIANCE, NEB. chairman of the county central committee. See to it that your candidates are filled with 5-ISZ O -ti-tJu3ivdI biscuits before starting out. Yours for luck, General Manager. If You Have Not Tried You ought to. R. J. Lawrence .. v , 'Phone, 170. . . !-, ' ft -SjHfc The Palace Meat Market f...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 October 1905

HMS ' &,- & -rtW JtWb. -t 1Mt 1 IH , 1 I't the cigarette lav upheld by the court IT IS UNLAWFUL TO HANDLE THE QOOD8 IN NEBRASKA. A Decision by tho Douglas County Dis trict Court Overruled by the Higher Tribunal. LINCOLN It la unlawful to glva away cigarettes or clgarotto papers In Nebraska. Tho supremo court bo do clarpd In sustaining tho Boctlons of tho law which niako such actions' Ille gal. Tho Judgment of tho DougJns county district court Is reversed nnd John Aljiorson Is remanded In tho cus tody of an ofllcor. Alpcrson was arrested nnd sought to Aocuro his liberty by writ of habeas corpus. Ho contended that part of tho net which mado tho giving awny of cigarettes and clgnro'to papers unlaw ful wag unconstitutional because It was a subjoct not BUfilelontly expressed In tho title of tho net. Tho tltlo pro hibit tho manufacture and '.sale ot clgarottcs and clgarotto papers. The court says: "If tho barter and gift of cigarettes and clgaretto papers Is not prohibited by the ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 October 1905

J v-jS' V-W ifer 2 I : . 3 4r 3 MRS. EMMA. PLEISSKBR SuJTered Over Two Years Health Wax In a Precarious Condition Caused By Pelvic Catarrh. HEALTH AND STRENGTH RESTORED BY PE-RU-NA. Mrs. Emma Fleissncr, 1413 Sixth Ave. i Seattle, Wash., Worthy Treasurer Sons of Temperance, writes: " suffered over two years with i regular and painful periods. My health was in a very precarious condition and I was anxious to fin J something to re store my health and strength. "I was very glad to tiy I'eruna and delighted to find that it was doing me pood. 1 continupd to use it a little over three months and found my troubles removed. 'I consider It a splendid medicine and shall never be without It, takings dose occasionally when I feel run-down and tired." Our- files contain thousands of testi monials which Dr. Hartman has re ceived from grateful, happy women who have been restored to health bj his remedy. Peruna. Beaut ISy Your Walls and Ceilings 2 A Rock Cement annd SJJa tlnta. Docs not rub or acalo...

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