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A Well-Known Editor Reeommends Pretzinger's Catarrh Balm. lor the first time in my liie Igive a medical testimonial, said Rev. H. Y Kush, oí Dayton, Ohio, tlie otlier tlay and only do so now íroni a sense of duty that I owe to other sufferert-. Mr. Rush was thirteen years editor of a religious weekly in Dayton. Ohio, and lias been a minister of the Gospel for forty years, so that ■p ith his age and experience lie does uOt speak lightly when he says : "'I have given your Catarrh Balm a ilíOBt thorough trial and found it all and even more, in its immedlate and permanent good effects, tlian I had ii ticipated. From the beginning of i í s iise and continuously it was higlily beneficial and curative. ?ór ca1 .-.i i h. colds, difficulty in nasal breathIi g. prevention of colds, soreness of tlnoat. it is the only remedy myseli and family have found that does all and more than it promises." Nasal catarrh in some of its forms is so common and every day a matter Tlot the fact that it may prove a c'angerous ailment is apt to be overIooied. Pretrfnger's for a oold in the hpad is a charming remedy ; u?ed at night the cold will be rone in the moining; used whüe the chokln sj asm is on. the paroxysm wi'l cease fi.Mantly and the breathlng wfll come caturally. Three or four jars will curo a cTironic oase of catarrh. A smal! sample will be sent on receipt of .2 et. stamp by Pretzinger Bros. C'hemists, Dayton, Ohio.


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