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Can Catarrh be Permanently Cured? This is a question of great interest to the thousands who have been cured of catarrh by Pe-ru-na during the last year or two. To be cured of this loathsome disease as promptly and completely as Pe-ru-na commonly does, seems to most people to be too good to remain true. They ask, Will not catarrh return the first time I expose myself, or quit treatment? The answer is, No; you are as well as ever in your lives, and no more Hable to get catarrh than one who never had it. Many years have elapsed since the first cases of catarrh were cured by Pe-ru-na, and in order to test the permanency of these cures a number were written to, and the following case is a fair sample of the replies received: Jonah S. Whan, of McKees Rocks, Allegheny county, Pa., who was, ten years ago, cured of severe chronic catarrh of many years standing by the use of Pe-ru-na, writes January 24th, 1891: "lam not bothered with catarrh at all." The cures made by Pe-ru-na are Permanent. Pe-ru-na is for sale at most drug stores, and full directions for use with each bottle. A book on catarrh, which is a complete guide to the prevention and cure of catarrh, sent free to any address by the Pe-ru-na "edicine Company of Columbus, Ohio.