Excerpt from The Juvenile Instructor, Vol. 31: May 15, 1896
They claim to know something about athing of which they really know nothing. It is true we are claiming a good deal for our wonderful success as the leading physicians and specialists of this country. We claim that our treatment will restore lost health, relieve and permanently cure all of those obscure, deep-seated and com plicated chronic cases which have so long bafﬂed the skill of the ordinary doctors. But we do not claim any mysterious or miraculous power. Our wonderful success is due to the fact that we are up-to-date physicians, carefully and systematically applying the latest and most improved methods for the treatment and cure of all diseases of a chronic nature. We do not claim too much. We simply state plain facts in plain words. We are regular graduates in medicine and hold diplomas from the best medical colleges in the world; and our large daily practice - the largest in the West - has given us a practical knowledge of chronic disease that could be attained in no other way, and amply justifies our claim. We read disease like you would an open book, often diagnosing a case without asking a single 'question so familiar are we with every minute symptom of disease.
For our services we charge a uniform fee of $5 a month and furnish all medicines free direct from our own laboratory.
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