The Medford Patriot. (Medford, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 25, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH
RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FICHT
CATARRH, COUGHS. COLDS, GRIP
sndio/ds //n children,.
SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH
Use Pe-ru-na for La Grippe
and Winter Catarrh.
IN EVKRY country of the clrfllEcd
world the Sisters of Charity am
known. Not only do they milliliter to
the spiritual and Intel!
tb« charges committed
'llectu&l needs of
•— -•— wiu.uimd to their care,
but they also miuiiter to their bodily
Whenever coughs or eolda, la grippe
or pneumonia make their appearance
among the children these Bisters are not
disconcerted, but know exactly the rem-
edies to apply.
With so manr children to take care of
•nd to protect from climate and diseaNe
these wise and prudent Bister* have
foand Peruna • never-failing safeguard.
Ho writes^ °' St Jo*eph'of the Muto 1849 Cass Ave., St. Louis,
- "?*• yredmt.?J*r?JM rwy macb- " does good work with
catarrh and slto with coldt and la grippe. We have faith In Peruaa and
bare Inspired many other* with the tame. We do not like to be without It.
'*?** cy*alalr*'pt" trom being very tick. It did a world of good latt
w!Srf •Pr ®"r ""e Thanking you tor your klndneaa to us and our
atOlcted ooet, we remain, your* gratefully,
sisters of st. Joseph."
Dr. Hartinan receives many letters from
Catholie Bisters ffom all over the United
States. A recommend recently received
from a Catholic Institution in Detroit.
Mich., reads as follows:
Or & & tfartman, Columbut, Ohlot
Dear Sin—"The young girl who uted
the Parana wet tuff erfng from laryngi-
tis, and lot* of voice. The resuMefthe
treatment wat mott tat It factory. She
found grant relief, and after farther ute
of the medicine wa hope to be able to
tay the fa entirety cured."—Sitters of
This young jrfrt was Tinder the care of
tin Sisters of Charity and used Peruna for
catarrh of tha throat, with good results as
the above letter testifies.
From a Catholic Instftutfon In Cen-
tral Ohio o —« the following recom-
mend trom the Slater Superior:
"Some years ago a friend of onr insti-
tution recommended to ns Dr. Hartman's
Parana aa an excellent remedy for the
iaflaaasa ot which we then had several
esses which threatened to be of a serious
"Wa began to use it and experienced
««oh wonderful results that since then
Peruna has become our favorite mnllcine
for influenza, catarrh, cold, cough and
Another recommend from a Catholic
Institution of one of the Central Statet
written by tha Sitter Superior read a as
"A number of years ago our attention
was called to Dr. Hartman's peruna,
and since then we have used It irttk
wonderful results for grip, coughs, colds
and catarrhal diseases of the head and
"For grip and winter catarrh espe-
cially it has been of great service to the
inmates of this institution."
SISTERS OF CHARITY
All Over th« United States Ute Pe-nj-ra
A recommend recently received from a
Catholic institution in the Southwest reads
A Prominent Mother Superior Says:
"I can testify from experience to the
efficiency of Pernna as one of the very best
„ add my praise to
that of thousands
win) have us«l it.
For years I suf-
fered with catarrh
of the stomach, all remedies
proving valueless for relief.
Last spring 1 went to Colo-
rado, hoping to be benefited
by a change of climate and
while there n friend i id vised
me to try Peruna. After using two
bottles I found myself very much im
proved. The remains of my old disease
being now so slight. I consider myself
cured, vet for a while I intend to con-
tinue tne use of l'eruna. I am now
treating another patient with your medi-
cine. She has heieu sick with malaria
and troubled with leuchorrhiea. 1 have
no iloubt that a cure will be speedily
These are templet of tetters received
by Dr. tfartman from the various
orders of Catholic Sisters throughout
the United Statea.
The nsmes snd addresses to these let-
ters have been withheld from respect
to the Sisters, but will be furnished on
One-half of the dlsea-os which affiet
mankind are due to soma catarrhal de-
rangement of the mucous membrane lin-
ing some organ or passage of the body
A remedy that would act Immediately
upon the congested mucous membrane
restoring it to its normal state, would
consequently cure all these diseases.
Catarrh is catarrh wherever located,
whether it be in the head, throat, lungs,
stomach, kidneys or pel vie organs. A
remedy that will cure it in one location
will cure it In all locations l'eruna cures
catarrh wherever locaU-d.
If you do not derive prompt and satis-
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to l)r Hartman. giving a
full statement of your case aud he will
he pleased to give you his valuable tulvice
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hart man Sanitarium. Columbus,
(WT VT IV OOLLAFtTBLS TTBSS)
A aabetitute for snd superior to muetard or any
other platter, and will not blister the mo*t
delicate skin. The pain-allaying and enrative
qualities of this article ara wonderful. It will
•top tha toothache at once, and relieve head-
ache and aoiatioa. Werecommmditas the best
and aafeat asternal oonster-irritant known, also
aa an external remedy for paina in the chest
and stomach and all rheumatic, neuralgic and
fontycomplainta. A trial will prove what we
claim for it. and it will ha found ta be invalu-
eble la the household. Many people say "it is
tha boat of all your preparations." Price IS
©ants. a( all druciista or other dealers, or by
•ending this amount to ns in postage stamps we
will Mod ron a tub* kjm.iL No ariicla should
be accepted by tlx public unless the tame
ssmss our label at otherwise it it sot taeniae.
CHESEBROldH MFG. CO.,
H State Street. Niw Yoas Citt.
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Whan Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
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No roan fully realizes how much
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1.000 splendid Onions.
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This great offer Is made In order to
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for when you once plant theni you
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and If you will send them 2uc In post-
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LATEST NEWS IN BRIEF.
The safety of missionaries in Korea
is uuW Consideri-tl lis secure.
l eb. 16 was the coldest day in north-
ern Ohio slnoe Feb. lu, iBO'.i.
Colombia has hi me quiet. Talk of
Panama seems to have subsided.
On Feb. 17 there were 100 eases of
typhoid fever reported in Watertown,
The Russian embassy is being flooded
with offers of assistance from Ameri-
cans in various walks of life.
Fire at Minneapolis, Minn., gutted
the Printer.' Kxehange bnildin^, a six-
Story brick. Loss, 9120,000.
The mercury went down to 4.4 be-
low r.rro on February 17, which is a
new record for New York city.
Seneca lake in New York, was frozen
from shore to shore from Ntarkev to
North Ilcctor on February 17, for the
first time Blnce 18,'.7.
Many organizations at Cleveland
have already taki u up the proposition
of erecting a memorial in that city to
the late senator Hanna.
The school savings bank system
which has been put in operation in
many plaoes In New York state is now
declared to be a violation of the bahk-
The request of* President Mitchell
that all miners should quit, work dur-
ing the afternoon of the day of Senator
Manna's funeral was quite generally
The people of the United Statese.it
up 1150,000,000 worth of candy in a
year, and there are nearly S.ooo fac-
tories making it. with a capital of $3s,-
The ivpnrt. that the Japanese have
concentrated about 00,(100 trixips at
Wonson on the cast coast of Korea
Hr j^aaNm an
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Tloak^* °! Dt CfMm Baldn« Powder "d Delicious Flavoring h,trMU.
price MRMrMrtr«r,iw ,w ****,h*r00'' ,r-«°
PRICE CKREAL FOOD CO CHICAGO
So many offers of military ami medi-
cal assistance hav.« coineto the Uussian
embassy fruin Americans all over the
country that the KusMnu ainh.iss.ulor
has cabled to ltu.ssia for instructions
in the matter.
'1 he union of the Presbyterian and
the Cumberland Presbyterian church
of the United States was effected at
the conference at St. Louis; after
which a banquet was tendered the
member* of the two committees by the
Presbyterian Social I'nion « f St. Louis.
The lar^t paint shop of the Delaware,
Lackawanna Si Western car shop plant,
at Scranton, Pa., i& destroyed by tire
Loss 31 :>(),<mmi.
liy the approval of the president
2,000 printing artisans of Kaltimoro
have been ^iven temporary employ-
ment in the government printing of-
Two hundred JJoers are enroute to
Mexico, their agent* having purchased
an immense tract of land not far from
the Texas line. More lloer families
are to follow.
The blockade on the Central Pacific
caused by the collapse of several hun-
dred feet of snow sheds has been raised
and trains are running again.
Senator Hanna attended the public
schools of Cleveland four years and
later was at the Western Reserve
Academy two years. This is the sum
of his school education.
The Japanese minister at Washing-
ton is receiving numerous offers of
large contributions to the war funds,
but it seems now to be probable that
Japan will refuse to accept such aid.
The house committee on territories
is patiently hearing the arguments for
double aud single statehood, made by
representatives of both propositions.
Diplomatic circles at Constantinople
seem to expect that Turkey and Bul-
garia will take advantage of Russia's
preoccupation in the far east to settle
The Korern emperor sent liberal
pmscnts to the Jnpane.se troops at
8eoul and other points on the penin-
sula. This marks a decided change of
policy wiyaa % week
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other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone.
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of the most distressing cases. Swamp-
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M East 120th Sr., Niw Yon* City.
Dsa* jib! Oct. ISth. 1903,
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Constipation Is the rotting of undl-
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sterlnn. rotting ma*s main s tuid hlnod
Which makes bad health. Constipation
causes most sickness. It probably caus< s
Mull's Grape Tonic Cures It Is not a
physic or like anything else von have
•ver used. It Is a tonlr containing spe-
cial properties of the grape which
strengthens the digestive organs an<l en-
ati es them «o perform their functions
voluntarily and properly No griping, if
1.7 , ' "in i uim urn.
We know thnt Mull's Grape Tonic will
;jre jou and therefore will give you a
full size BOc. bottle of the pri-nt remeilv
if you have never taken It We only ask
that you use ths contents of the first bol-
tle as directed. Tou don't ohlli ite vour-
i°i> y. *ny of t,le remedy Kill out
the following coupon and order to-day
sk It may not appear again.
Thl Coupon Will Oa« You a 50c. Bottle
Of Mull'a Grape Tonic.
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. — ■ ■••in s iirai>e K'Ulr, nt|i f
you will Mtnpiy me with a 50c. bottle frea. lull
It aa directed. '
etraruLL adl*tse ahd wain plainly.
Mc. aud ti 00 a bottle at all druggist.*
i In lime. Bold by drunlata. ■■
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