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Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORUK OF THE PAftT IN IRE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Subscription
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f VOL XII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 5 1900 No24
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JOHN P MORTON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
11 Aim unit UY
Special attention given to all busi
ness entrusted to his care Office In
Court House
houseM
M L HEAVRIN
Attorney at Law
HARTFORD KY
Will practice his profession in all the
blsJroleaaloa
courts 01 Ohio anJ adjoining counties
and Court ol Appeals Special atten
tlon given to collections
I
SHELBY TAYLOR
ATTORNEY liT LAW
HARTFORD KY
Will practice his profession in all the I
courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties
and Court of Appeals Special atten
lion given to assignments in bank
ruptcy
o M m BARNETT
ATTORNEY AT LAW f
HARTFORD KY
Will practice his profession in nil the
eourta of Ohio and adjoining counts ea
Careful attention will be given to a
buiineis entrusted to his care Col
r lections a specialty
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rJNO B WILSON
Attorney at Law
HARTFORD KY
SPECIAL attention given to col f
I lecti < nt making abstracts cI
alto Notary Public for Ohio County
Office North side of public square I
R B WEDDING
Attorney at Law
HABTFORU KY
Will practice his profession in the
the courtu of Ohio and adjoinlnr
eonntics Also Notary Public
EJ P NEAL
Attorney at Law
HARTFORD KY
Will practice hie profession in all
the Courts oi Kentucky Special at
r j tention given to collections settle
went or decedents estates road cases
sod criminal practice Office up
stairs next door to Griffinsdrug store
JS R Wedding
ATTORNEir aid COUNSELLOR it LAW
NOTARY rUllLIC
HARTFORD KENTUCKY
Will practice his profession in all
the courts 01 Ohio andadjolnlnJr coun
ties and the Court of Appeals Prompt
attention given to all business entrust
to his care
I Office in REPUBLICAN building
I JOHN T HONE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CKNTrR10WNKY
WIll praearlt prolr > l n In all ill
onrlrObln and ntljnlnlnc euanllri
a 4 C nrl at Appear Nptrlftl a
Il lvn to rcllrclloni Offlreln W
A Banit nnllitlvic
A e A Yl Oft
AttorneYat Law
IlAirrroRD KY
Special attention given to all business
entrusted to his care Office in Court
house
R E LEE SIMMERMAN
Attorney at Law
HABTFOKO KY
Will practice his profession In all the
Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties
Collections carefully and promptly at
tended to Office with T J Smith
Ce Market Street
J E DAVIDSON
Attorney at Law
HARTFOBD KY
Will practice bin profession in Ohio
and adjoining counties Special at
tention given to all business entrusted
to his care
1ES p 3FLOTD3
ATTORNEY T LA W
FOHnHVIME UEffTVlKY
Will practice his profession in all the
courts of Ohio and adjoining counties
and Court of Appeals Special at
t tention given to collections Office
next door to Post Office
J EDWIN ROWB P L PRUX
Rowe Felix
c L aW ors
HARTFORD KY
Will practice in the Courts of Ohio
county arid Court of Appeals Prompt
attention given to all business en
trusted to our care Office in Herald
building SSSeeeoiDl i
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OSTEOPATHY I
An Interesting Article on
the Wonderful Prog
ress of Medical
Science
Which is Astounding the
WorldThe Science of
Drugless Healing is
Founded
Upon AnatomySome In
teresting Facts About
the Work
The Franklin Institute
i
Osteopathy the Coming j
Science
The most beautiful if not the great
est discovery of the age the one of the
widest significance which will be
most welcomed by the whole human
family because oi its intimate rela
tionship to its nerds their ruccess and
their happiness has been made in the
science of materia medica
The discovery promulgation and
rapid strides Into public favor of the
science of Osteopathy is a refutation
of all our preconceived ideas and especially
pecially revolutionizes our traditions
superstitions and dogmas in regard to
the methods of successfully combating
with disease
It must be admitted bythe thought
ful and and observant that tbe old
schools oi medicine have not kept pace
with the worlds progress The reas
on for this is not the lack ol educations
training or experience all these they
have had and yet death and disease
stalk stalwartby through our land
more defiantly than ever in every
mockery of their skill It is because
the base upon which they raise the
superstructure is wrong and no logic
and no education can get away from
this act The Green River Republican
makes this statement with reluctance
and many regrets but with the cer
tainty born of conviction and incon
AT THE RATE OF
4 GENTS
A WEEK
For the OLDEST and If EST AS
TERN ON Newspaper
In the South
The Louisville
LousviIIePost
Evening Post
Contains 10 I2 rl6p < re
dilly Complete Dally Mlrket
Allth Abstract ol the Opinion
of the Court ot AppeaU All the
Washington and Frankfort Mcw
EVERYTHING THAT A DAILY
NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN
late be found In the Evening
11 dally
The Rates Are
tlOO for Tare Months
5150 for All nonths
200 for One Year
312 copies for 200 cents
Send postal card for sample copies
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trovertablc proofs which admit ol
neither cavil or dispute
The science ol medicine as now
practiced possesses slither philosophy
norcommon fieuie being based chiefly
on cofjecture improved by error
Their most curative agents arc admit
ted to be poisons evrry doseol which
diminishes the vitality and is often
more dangerous to the patient than
the disease the physicians professses
to cure Their remedies while appar
ently curing one disease to offer imo
plant tbe seeds of other aliments
Then let us briefly turn to surgery
What constitutes today the most skill
ful surgeon He is recognized by
his ability to do the most cutting and
carving of the human body in the
shortest time Dowe not see on all
sides useless and even senceless wield
ing of the knife where the surgeon
finds to his dfcmay that the supposed
oflending organ is perfectly sound or
normal
normalHappily
Happily for humanity these things
are becoming things ol the put The
brightening rays of Osteopathy are
rapidly dispelling the gloom of pnju
dice and ignorance with their benign
light and extending helping hand
in accordance with natures laws in
the common sense practical and elite
effeCltlve
Osteopathy is a science founded
solely upon anatomy Its treatment
is entirely and distinctly its own and
its marvelous results are reached by
scientific methods not known or prac
tired by any other school Thr Oste
opath views the ham + a form as a
machine and when an abnormal con >
dition arises is enabled to by his intt
mate knowledge oi the human mech
anism to trace the origin of any afHc
tion to some abnormity of bone mns
cle tendon vein artery or nerve
He then applines his treatment direct
ly where it is needed to restore bar
mony and reestablish health vlthout
the aid of drug or knife In fact the
skillful Osteopath plays upon the dif
ferent parts of the human anatomy as
the musician upon his harp tuning It
and making it respond and act in bar
mony with the whole
Osteopathy is that science which
consists oi such exact exhaustive and
veritable knowledge ol the structure
and functions of the human mechan
ism anatomical physiological in
cluding the chemistry and pliysics of
its known elements as has made diss
coverablc certain organic laws and
remedial resources within the body
itself by which nature under the
scientific treatment peculiar to Oste
opathic practice apart from all ordi
nary methods of extraneous artificial
or medicinal stimulation and in har
monious nccord with its own mechan
ical principles molecular activities
and metabolic processes may recover
from displacements disorganizations
derangements and consequent diseases
and regain its normal equilibrium ol
form and function In health and
strength
We have been lead to Investigate
this subject and publish this article
by receiving eo many letters ol inquiry
from onr readers asking whether Oa
teopathy was all that had been claimed
for it or whether they could find an
Osteopath to consult What we have
said above will convince all that we
esteem Osteopathy one of the wonders
of this wonderful age
The Southern Infirmary of Osteop
athy located at Franklin Ky is one
of the leading Osteopathic institutions
and the only great Southern institu
tion The large part of our people
who have received benefit from Oste
opathy have received treatment at
Franklin There is no school of Os
teopathy better able to thoroughly
equip for the practice of Osteopathy
than is this Institution Kentucky is
to be congratulated upon the possess
ion of one of the largest and best
equipped sbools and infirmaries A
very large clars is expected this fall
and quite a number from this section
I are arranging to enter
The Southern School of Osteopathy
will send catalogues and Journals ol
Iwll1send
Osteopathy to any ol our readers who
may desire them
I
Having Great Run on Cham
I borlalns Cough Romody
Manager Martin of the Pierson drug
store informs us that he is having a
great run on Chamberlains Cough
Remedy He sells five bottles of that
medicine to one of any other kind
and it gives great satisfaction In
these days of la grippe there is noth
lug like Chamberlains Cough Reuse
dy to atop the cough heal up the sore
throat and lungs and give relief with
c
in a very short time The sales are
growing and all who try It are pleased
with its prompt action South Chica
go Dally Calument For sale by Z
Wayne Griffin Bro m
These being prosperous times the
marriage market also is enjoying a
most remarkable boom No wonder
the majority of women are Republi
cans Philadelphia Inquirer
A local paper published along obit
uary ol a man who had died in the
community closing with the state
ment that liB long pioccssion of peo +
11
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HARTFORD COLLEGE HARTFORD KENTUCKY
EASILY THE LEADING SCHOOL OF THIS SECTION OF
KENTUCKY SPRING TERM BEGINS JAN 22
1900 AND CONTINUES TWENTY WEEKS
NOTE TBE ADV ANTAGES
Healthful Location Strong FacultyWellEquipped BuifdingThe Best
Methods Superior Environments Complete Courses Low Expenses
hetArtments COLLEGIATE TEACHERS PREPARATORY COM
IiPa J ru r u MERCIAL ELOCUTION MUSIC AND COrII
Collegiate Department
By reference to the year book ot 1899 and 1900 it will be
observed that the courses ol study are more complete and
the field of research broader than they have been at any
time in the history of our institution
As advancement is made in culture and intelligence a
demand for institutions of a higher class of work is neces
sitated To meet these demands we have adopted such
courses of study as the experience and observation of years
of labor and thought have proven to be the most natural
and will lead to the most complete mastery of the fill jects
to be pursued It is our aim to teach etc tents to think j
and act for themselves Not only do we endeavor to arouse
In students a desire to master the study which they are to
pursue but to instruct them in those general principles
that lead men to a higher and nobler plane of action
Students need as we think instruction in their social re
lations and moral condnct We endeavor to thoroughly
impress upon the minds of our pupils the important fact
that accuracy ot knowledge thoroughness in mental dis
cipline correctness of expression and nirrality are neces
sary to make life what it ought to be and can be made
The following branches will be pursued during the spring
term Mathematics Geometry Surveying Astronomy
Trigonometry Mechanics and Calculus L tin Beginning
Latin Cesar English Literature Pancoasts text some
of the recent writers Philosophy Literature and Drapers
Intellectual Development of Europe and General History
Sciences Botany Physics Psychology and Chemistry
Besides these a number of classes will be organized to suit
the demands of the pupils In fact we feel safe in saying
that we are prepared to meet the needs of all
Teachers Courses
These courses are under the instruction of the ablest
teachers in the school and the work done in them covers
every branch required by the State > ra County certificate
a State certificate or a State diploma Every faithful and
energetic teacher expects to at least compN t these courses
and obtain from the State the highest certificate of quali
fication possible The constantly growing demand for
well trained teachers with broad and liberal preparation
for their work has made it necessary for us to provide the
very highest grade of instruction in each particular line of
the teachers work In order to do this each class has
been placed in the hands of a teacher who has made a spec
salty ol the work and who will spue no pains tomake the
work popular and effective While we give such instruc
tion as will best prepare for examination < we most rigidly
insist upon a thorough understanding tf the principles of
the subject taught Our work in Pedagogical lines is In
tended to develop more capable nndcomciettlousmen and
women for all the departments of teaching
Do you need work in the Teachers course If so we
want you Are you deficient in Spelling Reading WritI
lug Composition Grammar Arithmetic Geography Ills
tory Civics Physiology Educational Psychology Meth
ods Physics Geometry Literature or Latin It 4 o this
is the place for you to attend school PS teachers classes
will be sustained in all the above namtd blanche during
our spring term Our work will be thoroughly and hon
estly done and will be done according to the best methods
that experience and observation suggest
pie followed the remains to their last I
roasting place The family read the i
notice and discovered the suppled
error and asked the editor to male a
correction in the word roattlng
but he said he could not do it until
seven years back subscription that
paidn
Exchange
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What a large head you hare rc
marked the Icquacious barber to the
Irish customer Why its twice as
large as mine r Ol suppose youre
afther foindln that head ol yours
large enough though queried the
Irishman Sure replied the ton
social artist It cults me all right
Av coorse said the son ot Erin
Phwats the use av a man havin a
big trunk when he has no clothes to
keep in it 01 dunno
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Hylers Dyspepsia Tablets pleasant
easy to take and give permanent re
lid 30 days treatment Sr Mailed
on receipt of price tf
BURDOCK CURS Co Atlanta Ga
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Special Departments
These are Music Law Commercial and Elocution each
of which is in charge of thoroughly competent and experi
enced teachers
Miss t olcott of the Department of Music received her
training in the Conservatory of Chicago and is a most ex
cellent teacher
Judge J S Glenn is a lawyer ol ripe scholarship and
wide experience and is admirably suited to the Law De
partment
J D Stewart in charge of the Commercial Department
is a graduate of the Bryant Stratton Business College
of Louisville Ky
Miss Roll of the Elocution Department is an elocution
ist of rare powers aqd superior culture
We guarantee the most perfect satisfaction in all these
Departments theseI
Standing of f artford College
For a number of years Hartford College has been gain
ing a rank with the leading Colleges and Universities that
I she is proud to possess
During the past year we made arrangements with the
following medical schools to allow our graduates to enter
with one years credit and without examinations Louis
ville Medical College Indiana Medical College University
of Louisville Cincinnati Medical College Belleview Hos
pital Medical College N Y Vanderbilt University
We also have arrangements to enter our graduates
without examinations in the schools of Liberal Arts Wash
ington Lee University DePauw University University
ot Indiana Vanderbllt University Centre University Cen
tral University Ohio University and many other leading
schools
Scholarships
Washington Lee University has placed in our hands a
scholarship to be given to one of our graduates who de
sires to pursue a higher course ot work than we ofler
This institution also agrees to furnish us with a list of
questions and allow us to examine any one of oUt pupils
who may desire to attend its school
I This must mean to the thinking man that Hartford Col
I lege is above the ordinary educational institutions of the
country Any one desiring a course in medicine or den
I tistry will do well to consult us
Expenses
TUITIONPer term ot ten weeks 800
For two terms in advance 1500
BOARD This is always by far the largest Itemlof school
expenses hence we worked hard to reduce it to a minimum
and we believe we have succeeded as we can offer students
the very best board in private families at the low rates of
2 oo per week This includes furnished room fuel light
and everything except washing So that the entire ex
penses here for board and tuition for twenty weeks need
not exceed 55 00
Examine ourcourses ol study and see if you do not need
something in them
Experimental Laboratory and Practical Field Work are
some of our leading features
If you want to learn and are willing to work for knowl
edge this Is the place for you if you are seeking luxurious
ease and sensual enjoyment better go somewhere else
For further information call upon or write
TJ MORTON Pros
iT M SHULTZ Vice Pros
0
It has been demonstrated repeatedly
in every State in the Union nnd in
many foreign countries that Chamber
tins Cough Remedy is a certain pre
ventive and cure for croup It has
liecomu the universal remedy for that
disease M V Fisher of Liberty
I W Va ocly repeats what hrS been
Slid around the globe when he writes
y have lIed Chamberlains Cough
Remedy in mv family for several years
and alwujs with perfect success We
believe that it is not only the best
cough remedy but that it is a sure
cure for croup It has saved the lives
< > lour children a number of times
This remedy is for sale by Z Wayne
Griffin Bro m
L
A Mississippi editor makes this ap
peal to delft quent subscribers Fish
down into your pocktt and dig up
dust the editor is hungry and the
paper bout to bust Weve trusted
you for several months and did it
with a smile iso just return the com
plinient and trust us for awhile Our
I wife live needs some stockings and
I babyneedsadress Jimmy needs some
7C
breeches and so does Kate and Bess
PUll is on the hog train and Peggy is
sick with grief say isnt it possible to
give n man relief Shell out those
nickels And turn loose the dimes turn
em loose and whistle and well have
better times there will be fewer
pitches on the bosom of our pants
and well make the piper better it we
bad lull a chance Dont give us that
old story long gone to seed bout
taking more family pipers thin the
family want to read but help to feed
tbe ptintcrnml hell help our town to
grow and thus escape the sulphur in
the regions down below
If you need any sta
tionory for the open
ing of the New Year
THE REPUBLICAN is
prepared to supply
you Prices to suit
the times and satisfac
tion guaranteed Give
us a call
L KEEP AT IT
Ifyou expect to conquer
Inthe battle of to day
You will have to blow your trumpet
In a firnrand steady way
If you toWjwwr little whistle
Thenlgffide the horn
Ttieres net seal will ever know
That fluclramaa was born
The man ht his acres
Is the man that plows ell day
And the man that keeps a humping
Is the man thats here to stay
But the man who advertises f
With a sort of sudden j if k
Is the man that blames tlie erf V
eJPrriternecause r
Because it didnt work K
are AS JM
JMButthe
But the man that gets the lbnalness
Uses brainy printers InkT oq 1
Not a clatter and a sputter
But an ad that makes you think
And he plans his advertisements A
As he plans his well bought stock
And the future of his business
Is as solid as a rock
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COOKING A HUSBAND
A Fow Simple Rules for Mak
IngThem Tondor and
IngThomTondorandDigestible
Digestible
In selecting your husband you
should not be guided by the silvery
appearance as in buying mackerel or
by the golden tint ns if you wanted
salmon Be sure to select him your
self as tastes differ Dont go shop
ping for him as the best are always
brought to your door When bought
tie him in the saucepan with a strong
cord called Comfort as the kind call
ed Duty is apt to be weak Husbands
sometimes fly out of the saucepan and
become burned and rusty on life edges
I
I since like lobsters and oysters you
have to cook them alive Make +
clear strong steady fire out oi Love
Neatness and Cheerfulness Set him
as near this as seems to agree with
him If he sputters and fizzles dont
be anxious Some husbands do this
until they are quite done Add a lit
I tle sugar in the form oi Kisses but no
vinegar or pepper A little spice im
proves husbands but it must be used
with judgment Dont stick any sharp
instrument into him to see if he is be
coming tender Stir him gently
watching the while lest he should lie
I too close to the saucepan and so be
come tasteless You cannot fall to
I
know when he is done If thus treat
ed you will find him very digestible
agreeing nicely with you and theI
children Exchange
childrenExchangeA
A young man came into our store
yesterday Buffeting from a stveae at
tack ol cramp colic writes B FI
Hess miller and general merchant
Dickeys Mountain Pa He badI
tried various home remedies without I
relief As I had used Chamberlains i
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
I gave him a dose and it soon brought
him out alright I never saw a fellow
so rejoiced Sold by Z Wayne Grif
fin Bro m
1
Doos It Pay
Does colonization pay This is a j 1
question which Americans are now
asking Another question which
thoughtful fair minded people are I
asking is Does colonization prove
advantageous to the people of the
territory colonized To these ques I
tions the best answer is provided by I
the experience of those other nations I
that long ago reached the point
IIwbere
where such a step was found neces I
sary I
Colonization does not have today I
the purpose that it had a century ago I
nor does it have the same objects too
The Ills of Children riFi
eodsk
Dr Hariman offers hit advice to parents en the trtatmtnt cf toughs and told
to guard against colds r
Ir gottenplaints Nearly all thu Ills of
coldt
children begin withTyr i
taking cold If your
child catches cold dont wait a moment before
beforel
l attacking that cold
To tho Ignorance or neglect of parents Is due J
the fatal termination of many childrens com y
Tho Republican kindly invites its manyt
manyreaders
who advertise liE its columns the benefit of
their trade It will be regarded as a per
parBanal
ALL VOWEN
AGREE
A druggist 10 Macon Ga layseel
have sold a large quantity 01 Mothers
Prlend and have never known In in
stance where It has failed to produce the
good results claimed for It All women
agree that It makes labor shorter aDd less
ainful
ainfulMothers
Mothers Friend
Is not a chance remedy Its good effects
are readily experienced by all expectant
passedthe
the experimental asses While it always
shortens Ibor aa1 eM the pains of
ofdelivery
during rbe aIteGl of pregnancy =
Morning sickness I UIIIC5S are
arereadilyovercome
toex J
txpamlwIthoutMUftlrt Mothers
Friend gives great rec rarlve po er to 1
the mother and kr recovery Ie sur <
rapid Danger from rising aAillwe
swebreasts
completelySold
Sold by drum hr SI a botHe
THE BRADFIELD REQijL TOR Co l
ATLANIAOA 1
aei b bn Dhr bk 5
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day Indeed the purpose oi varies
countries in this regard diSer BO wide
ly that the term colouizatleB fc +
frequently misleading and may ags
the present time be considered fa
some cases inappropriate Strictly
speaking colonization In accordaa
with its purposes may be divided tt
to three classes i in Its earlier an
in some of the later applications it
meant the planting of groups of citi
zens of the mothercountry in newe
territories with the purpose of estab 1
Hshlng for them and for their decend 4
ants permanent homes and addlig
to the group in large numbers from s
the home population as it grew con J
gested 2 in other cases coloniza
tion has been chiefly an attempt at
conquest and rapid gain by seizure of f J
accumulated wealth or source of ti
wealth 3 in still other cases the
purpose has been more especially to
secure new outlets for the products oCI I
the mother country and new sources 7
of supply Where the purpose ofr j
colonization is accompanied by and 11j
made coincident with an honest ef
fort to extend to the people of the
country thus controlled the benefitsI If
of the experience and training of
the mothercountryby giving to them
a stable and improved form of gov I
ernment and by developing their rc
jsonrces
nlzer and to the inhabitants of the jl
territory colonized become mutual
Does Colonization Pay by O P
Austin in the January Forum
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Ladies For relief of women Ches i1T
ters Tansy Tablets worth their weight t
in gold A safe and certain weightRI
regulator Mailed on receipt of price
Sr MURDOCKCCBECo Atlanta Ga t j
It is said that a young preacher
once desiring to get the opinion oft
Prof Jowett as to a sermon Le had
preached asked him what he thought
of It The Professor looked at him a s
moment and then slowly added
Edward if you would pluck a few of
the feathers from the wings of your
imagination and stick them In the
tail of your judgment you wouldI
make better sermons That is a
criticism not likely to be easily for
gotten
plalutsfr
If you arc not Informed as to the J
proper count to pursue to drive oft
a childs cold write to Dr Rartwanf
Hotel 1
president of tho Surgical
Columbus Ofor advice and ask for r
some of his free books which contain
the most pertinent facts about colds
acdcoughsandalleatarrhal disease
Poruna Dr nartmana great pre
scription is wholly vegetable It
wards off colds entirely If taken at
the beginning In proper doses It
breaks up settled colds quickly it la
scientific and safe there la no mys
tery about It Dr Hartmans books
tell Just how it acts and why AU
druggists sell ItJ
Mrs a T Rogers Elgin Its says
Dr S R Harman Columbut O
DEAR SmYour medicine saved
my babys life Wo stopped all treat
went but yours and now he II s
beautiful boy It was certainly a
miracle 4
miracleMrs
Mrs Decking East Toledo 0
writes to the Pernna Medicine Car t
DUB Smst Peruna Is the best
medicine I ever had in my house
My children had a bad cough and
one of them had the lung fever t f
cured them all with Peru na
Proper knowledge of the treatment of coughs and colds foot
thA drat importanee to parents This knowledge Is offsrell
l free All catarrhal diseases succumb to 1eruna
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