Image from page 53 of “Picturesque Excelsior Springs, Missouri, and its wonderful healing mineral waters reached via the Wabash railroad and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway” (1903) – Chicago Picture

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Title: Picturesque Excelsior Springs, Missouri, and its wonderful healing mineral waters reached via the Wabash railroad and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway
Year: 1903 (1900s)
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Publisher: Excelsior Springs, Mo., J.W. Hyder
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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on of the baths and man-ual treatment, but seems to have such an insight into the patholog-ic condition of his patient as to intelligently adapt his treatment toeach case. HORATIO HAROLD WELLS. D. D. Allison. Iowa. Dec. 19. 02.During my last two visits to Excelsior Springs 1 took vaporbaths, massage and Swedish movement treatments of W. A. Doxeyand feel that 1 derived much benefit therefrom and consider him aprofessional in administering the same. He in no way slights thework, notwithstanding often crowded with patients waiting theirturn. J. W. RAY, President Bank of Allison. Chicago, Ills.. Dec. 20. 02.1 feel that the benefit from my stay at Excelsior Springswas in a great measure due to Prof. Doxeys massage treatments.My improvement dated from the first massage. That seemed toput me in condition to get the best results from the water. Know-ing that your massage is equal to the best anywhere I shall alwaysbe pleased to recommend them. F. W. HANSON. With Earl & Wilson. MAY 15 1903

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View on Fishing River The Excelsior Spring This spring is located 150 feet eastof the Siloam and is very similar. Itwas the second spring opened and theanalysis showed such similarity to theSiloam that it was neglected until fouryears ago. and since then it has beenused by the citys guests except a fewmonths when the erection of the newbuildings near by prevented the publicfrom getting to it. It is now comeat-able. however, and a walk has beenmade between it and the Siloam andvisitors are at liberty to use all theywant while here without money andwithout price. This water is shippedin bulk anywhere. For prices addressThe Call Opera House Company, ororder it through the Pacific or UnitedStates Express companies. That thewater is worthy a place along side thenumerous other springs has been prov-en beyond a doubt. GO TO Kassons Studio FOR FINE Photos,Views,Souvenirs, Rubber Tire Rigs ■Good Saddle Horses Hacks and LiveryFine Turnouts Fine Saddle HorsesRubber Tire Turnouts Hacks to all T

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