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THE 'ROCK - ISLAND ARGUS
to us and let us tell you the story of our conlbined experience of over sixty yeirs.
(The secrets we have discovered are yours for the, asking. The knowledge we
give you is.worth more than all you have ever read, or has ever been written. Our position has
given: us a, chance to look into the inner side of life we know man as he really is.
We can tell you the why, the when and the how, and more important, the why not, the when not and
the how not. It is a story of joy, vigor, courage and sunshine. Every man should hear this greatest of all
stories; especially every young man; for fifty per cent of the misery and suffering we meetis due to ignorance.
This story saves you not only your money, but your health and vitality. We would sooner have you know these,
secrets than make a fee through your ignorance, ;
We will tell you the story of
the advertiser that offers
you something for nothing. It
is just like the merchant who
sold a suit for $10 and threw in
a trunk and a hat; the 'merchant
made money, but the customer
got buncoed; His clerk did not
have to be a, salesman he had
to be a confidence man. No busi
ness man who does business on
a square basis can give some
thing for nothing. He might
make you believe he is, but he
We treat all aliKe
If we treated some free the others would
have to pay, more than their share or we
would have to stop doing business. Of course
every business man gives a certain amount
to deserving charity, but when some one ad
vertises that they will: give, you' a free pre
scription or free treatment, it is not busi
ness. It is not charity. It is a plain-confidence
game and: you .are on the losing side.
Young man let us insure.' you a healthy fu
ture. When in doubt, don't do , it until you
hear the story. We, will tell you what to do
in a case like that.
No office hours on Monday or. Tuesday even
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President Chicago Medical Institute
Men, Hear the Story
of ; their fourteen years of success in . Davenport in treating,
blood diseases, skin , diseases, urinary and bladder diseases,
hydrocele, nervous debility and special weakness, kidney,
heart, liver, stomach and intestinal diseases. Hear the story.,
of their. painless and bloodless one-treatment cure of , varico
cee. Remember, we. are willing to back up our claim that
we have cured more cases of varioccle than anyr man living
or any man L that ever lived wc can show you the "cured ones.
Besides, you don't pay. for the variocele cure until it's cured.
Let Us Tell
Yo xz the Story
of our success in curing- special
diseases of men. Let us tell
you the story of how to avoid
diseases peculiar to men. Let
us tell yqu, the dangers of delay.
Remember, a stitch in time
saves nine. There is a right
way and a wrong way of doing
everything. Hear the story and
dp it right.
MORAL What does it profit a man. if he
makes many millions, if he can't hold, the
hair on liis head or a meal on his stomach,
and his head, heart and liver don't feel so
good; besides a backache and much weak
ness, etc. 1
MORAL (Kevised up to date) A man may
, be a; star, meal ticket but if his batting aver
age is poor, the best , he cau ge is a bench
v MORAL; (The. real one) If you don't want
to be Labenchwarmer "Hear the story."
Benchrwartr is one of the fans who enn't ee when, the
team wins.' but ia the fl"t . pne. who . roasts when It loses.
go Medical Institute
124 W. Thirds St., ncai!, Main St. Ro oms 25: to.
;' . s Hours 10 to 12 noon; 2 p.. m. to 4:30 p. m,; 7 to 8:15 p. m.
. .' MONDAY," JUNE 8. 1908.
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