Doctor J. L. Stephens Sanitorium -1906A
What drug or liquor addict would not fancy a stay at Dr. J. L. Stephens little home place in Lebanon, Ohio, easily reached by train and electric cars (i.e. interurban electric railways / street railways) from Cincinnati. Rates reasonable, cure guaranteed. And if not convenient, you can always take the home cure remedy. Anyone have a copy of their booklet of testimonials and information? Here Dr. Stephens praises Anti-Dyspeptine, which, strangely enough, also comes from Lebanon, Ohio. Published in the October, 1906 issue of AINSLEE'S MAGAZINE.
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