A CLOUD OF WITNESSES. Catarrh Can Be Permanently Cured. C. W. Knaner, of Sheldon, Ia., was tronbled with catarrh for over two yeats so tbat he oould only work a few days at a time; tried varions doctors without relief. Pe-iu-na onred him permanentiy. Mrs. Thomas Walz, New Brighton, Pa., snfiered with aggravated sore throat whioh the doctor could not cnre. Three bottles of Pe-ru-na cnred her. Bernard King, National Military Home, Leavenworth, Kas., negleoted a severe cold whicb developed chronio oatarrh. Tried everything he saw adverfcised, to no avail. Pe-rnna not only cnred the oatarrh, but an old case of bronchitis. A. F. Carlson, Lindstorm, Minn., ftook a oonrse of treatment with Pe-ratna fur oatarrh of the head and was onred. He delayed reporting for eeveral inouths in order to see if cnre was permanent; no symptoms reappearing, he bas ooncluded that the onre is permanent. H. Cox was tronbled with oatarrh f head and bowels. Six bottles of Peruna cared him, after fourteuu years if enforoed idleness, A 32-page pamphlet containing several hnndred testimoniáis, aooompanied fby a pen portrait of the writer, covering onres of catarrh in all forms and stages by Pe-r-na, will be sent free to any who desire it byThe Pe-inn-a Drng Mannfactnirng Company, Columbus, Oh i o.