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A Cure Cor ratarrb. Bucyrus. Ohio, May 12, 1895. Messrs. R. Pretzinger& Bro., DaytonO. Gentlemen :- My vvife and myself have been chronic suffers from catarrh in its worst foi-m for a number of years. We have tried every remedy heard of with the hope of seouring relief, hut without success. By the adviee of a friend we tried a jar of Pretzinger's ( atarrh Balm, and I am most happy to bcar testimony to its merits. I believe it to be the only Catarrh vJure. it has eured me, and I think it will cure any one who will give it a trial. Yours truly, J. G. Deagle, 435 Popular-st. Detroit. Mieh. February 27, 1895 Messrs. R. Pretzinger& Bro. Dayton O. Gentlemen: - I have been a sufferer from Catarrh for a number of years, trying every remedy I heard of, hoping that thev would affect a cure -but without avail. Although I have been using Pretzinger's Catarrh Balm but a short time. I find that my nasal catarrh is entirely cured. 1 wish to recommend it to all who are suffering with catarrh Yours very truly. A. E. Mariott, with Wayne Hotel. . small sample can be obtained by sending a 2c. stamp to the manufacturers.


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