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| MERRY CHRISTMAS §
"tIP for the holidays we RECOMMEND OUR n FEATURE BRAND BEER fj f I OLD GERMAN BEER f [ FOFSMERLY BOHEMIAN If Guaranteed Pure, Absolutely Wholesome, Palatable Beverage, Brewed by a Process Which Makes It •#< j ) “THE BEER AMONG BEERS” ( Jjk Jg[ The German Brewing Company, Jk CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND ' ’ • a E. B. PRICHARD & C 0„ flfl FROSTBURG’S MOST RELIABLE I TINNERS. We do the most extensive tinning business in the George’s Creek Region. ill WHEN YOU WANT ROOFING AND SPOUTING DONE, Rfl*^ 1 LET US GIVE YOU A PRICE. wn; : Agency lor Studebaker Wagons JU Famous Prichard Dinner Pail w Famous Doctors Christmas Gift To Sick and Ailing Humanity -■ — • Free Consultation, Examination and Treatment to Those Start ing Treatment Before De cember 25th. COST OF MEDICINE THE ONLY CHARGE All Present Patients to Receive Substantial Reduction as Their Christmas Gift. It is decidedly a novelty for a phy sician or physicians to give every pa tient a Chistmas gift and, in fact, j the process is usually reversed. The Inter-State Doctors, the expert spe cialists who have their famous Cum berland medical institute on the sec ond floor of the building at 21 North Liberty St., opposite the Liberty The atre and next door to the Postal Tele graph offices, have made the remark able offer related above. The offer is that consultation and examination and all treatments will be given free (except for bare cost of the medicines used and their distribution) to all new patients accepted for treatment before Christmas Day. This does not simply mean that the new patients are to obtain free treatment only for this short time, but if they start treatment bofore December 25th they will be treated free (except medi cine cost) until they are entirely well. All the present patients of the Inter- State Doctors are to obtain either a direct rebate, a substantial reduction in their future treatment or extra treatment with no charge made even for medicines. The fact that this remarkable offer was to be made has been rumored about the city for the past few days and has aroused much curiosity and wonder. The Iriter-State Doctors reason for the offer now, however, will be of deep interest to all the sick and ailing and incidentlly show why the Inter-State Doctors have gained the esteem of every community in which they have institutes and there are many Inter-State Doctors insti tutes in different cities in the United States. The Inter-State Doctors system of medicine is different from all others, LSI# - vpPUffi or > -L SMmrmm • They have united the three separate methods of medicide, viz: The Allo pathic, Homeopathic and Eclectic and made one system of treatment from these, whereas the ordinary doctor is a student of only one of the above systems and practices only one of these systems. The result of the combintion is the prevention of in numerable operations, for a person can often be cured by one system of medicine readily with medicines, whereas with another system their cure might require surgery. The Inter-State Doctors, never operate, never use the knife, for with this new system, which includes scores of their own secret formulaes and rem edies, they find it needless. Then again, the patient has without cost the service and knowledge of all the Inter-State Doctors, as a regular cor respondence is kept up between the offices pertaining to all obscure or difficult diseases in each office. The value of this uncharged for service can hardly be estimated to the patient who has possibly formerly treated for years with innumerable doctors and obtained no relief. The Inter-State Doctors business methods are as different as their won derful system of medicine and is based on the policy of “Give Every Patient Specialist’s Service. The Best and Purest of Medicines. Never Op erate and Make the Smallest Charge Consistent with the Case.” The sys tem of medicine used and the busi ness policy mentioned has swept the Inter-State Doctors to success all over the country. The Inter-State Doctors, in the last few months alone have had possibly over 2,000 sick people at their Cumber land institute at 21 North Liberty, St., and in spite of the dire predictions of i pessimistic enemies, the Inter-State Doctors success instead of waning has vastly increased. The Inter-State Doctors accept no incurable cases for treatment. How ever, many cases deemed incurable under old methods of treatment are readily cured with the new system of medicine. The greatest outstanding point in proof of the merits of the new treatment is the fact that out of the vast number of patients the Inter-State Doctors have had and have—there has not been one single death of a patient while under their treatment. They have not signed a single death certificate in spite of the fact that they get the most difficult and chronic cases and especially invite chronic sufferers to try the new treat ment, to show what it can do even after all others have failed to help them. Hundreds of testimonials from all over the country and from Mary land, Pennsylvania and West Virginia have testified to the almost daily cures made. The following again shows what is being done for the sick by the Inter-State Doctors and is a statement given them at their Ogden, Utah, institute. Scores of statements IHgSUI equal to this have been made by Cum berland and Maryland people and have appeared in these columns: To The Sick Everywhere : H “The history of illy case is as fol lows : I have been sick for the past H seven years with terrible pains in my abdomen, which at times so exhausted me that life was a burden and work became a drudgery. I doctored lots, but to no avail. Two years ago I was operated on twice in one month- both fc operations being very serious ones B and still my condition in a week or so was the same as before. This condi- Si tion kept on for the last two years B after both operations and I went again to the doctors and they wanted to try the knife again. Instead I went to the Inter-State Doctors at their Ogden. Utah, institute and now I wish I had done so long ago before I ever left the other doctors operate. „ “With two weeks of the treatment given by the Inter-State Doctors I can positively and do state that my im provement is so great that I feel bet ter now than I have in the last seven P| years.,l am free from pain, am ~ipg life and take pleasure in my work, whereas before work was a burden. cause I cannot say enough in praise of what the Inter-State Doctors have done for me, and also because I want SB every sick person to know where to j£^£|SPß| | go for help.” • M'TBfrß I ' Mrs. Alexander Strlcker, ji The Inter-State Doctors treat among other ailments, diseases of the nerves, blood, heart, liver, kidneys, bladder, skin, spine, including rheumatism, |PI ' .‘bHEmE paralysis, epilepsy, goitre, gall stones, *1 tU rupture, catarrh, deafness, asthma, . [? eczema, rectal troubles, weak lungs, '* chronic appendicitis, dropsy, neural gia, loss of nerve force and other dis eases of women and of men. The Inter-State'Doctors announce dg-i their office hours for the benefit of those not already acquainted with BggBBBIKVMB them as being from 9 A. M. to 12 7to 8 daily. Sunday hours are from IIIbIBBj 9to 12 Noon Only-Advertisement, - J_ g'S I 1 - ‘ ... .