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Description: Congressman Botkin Endorses Peruna

Date: April 11 1901

Newspaper published in: Gurley, AL

Source: Madison Co. Library, Huntsville, AL

Page/Column: Page 2, Column 1

CONGRESSMAN BOTKIN
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The Well-Known Kansas Statesman, Cured
Of Catarrh of the Stomach by Pe-ru-na
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AFTER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS SUFFERING
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[Photo with caption: HON. J. D. BOTKIN,
CONGRESSMAN-AT-LARGE FROM KANSAS.]
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In a recent letter to Dr. Hartman, Congressman Botkin, of Winfield, Kan., whose fame is a national one, says of Peruna:
My Dear DoctorIt gives me pleasure to certify to the excellent curative qualities of your medicinesPeruna and Manalin. I have been afflicted more or less for a quarter of a century with catarrh of the stomach and constipation. A residence in Washington has increased these troubles. A few bottles of your medicine have given me almost complete relief, and I am sure that a continuation of them will effect a permanent cure. Peruna is surely a wonderful remedy for catarrhal affections.J. D. Botkin, Congressman-at-Large.
CONGRESSMAN BOTKIN is one of the most influential and best known men in the State of Kansas. Whatever he may say on any subject will be accepted by the people as the truth. So famous a remedy as Peruna could not have well escaped the attention of so famous a man. He not only has heard of the remedy, but he has used it and was relieved of an affliction of twenty-five years standing. Peruna is the one internal remedy that cures chronic catarrh.

Submitted: 12/28/14 (Edited 12/28/14)

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