Dr. Sanden's Electric Belt
At 632 Market Street,
OPPOSITE PALACE HOTEL.
Do you feel your manly strength waning? Are your nerves shaky, your memory bad, and is your general system showing signs of early collapse? If so you should at once try this wonderful Belt.
Soreness in the hip muscles, with a tired, dead pain after a hard day's work, and difficulty in rising from stooping position? Have your rheumatism? All these symptoms are cured by this famous Belt.
For Nervous people, Rheumatic people, Dyspeptic people suffering from
Kidney trouble, Indigestion, worn-out Stomach—from the excessive use of
drugs—lack of energy, poor memory, sleeplessness, Nervous and Sexual Debility,
and all weakness resulting from waste of vital force: for these many other
Is a sure and permanent cure. It gives a current of Electricity which
is always perceptible to the wearer, and has a patent regulator—which no
other Electric Belt possesses—by which you can make the current mild or
strong at will while the Belt is on the body.
MAY IT NOT CURE YOU?"Your Belt has entirely cured me of Nervous Debility and Kidney Trouble," writes Henry Johnson, Truckee, Cal.
IF YOU WILL TRY IT.Dr. Sanden's Electric Belt is no experiment. It has been before the public of the United States. Its cures have been acknowledged remarkable by the most eminent in the medical profession in this country and Europe. It has been recognized as the true method of transplanting the sparks of vitality from Nature's storehouse to the human body. It enlivens all the elements of perfect manhood and womanhood—it makes the organs of the body strong, vigorous and free from pain.
It costs you nothing to satisfy yourself that this is a superior Electricity-producing Belt. You can test its power free of charge.
A neat pamphlet called "Three Classes of Men" can be had free on application, or by mail sealed.
Call or address
SANDEN ELECTRIC CO.
632 Market Street, San Francisco,
OPPOSITE PALACE HOTEL
Office hours: 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. Evenings 7 to 8:30. Sundays 10 to 12.
Portland (Oregon) Office: 255 Washington Street.