National Geographic : 1923 Nov
Deaf Can Hear Says Science New Invention Aids Thousands Here's good news for all who suffer from deafness. The Dlctograph Products Corporation announces the perfection of a remarkable device which has enabled thousands of deaf persons to hear as well as ever. The makers of this wonderful device say it is too much to expect you to believe this, so they are going to give you a chance to try it at home. They offer to send it by prepaid parcel post on a ten-day free trial. They do not send it C. O . D. they require no deposit-there is no obligation. They send it entirely at their own expense and risk. They are making this extraordinary offer, well knowing that the magic of this little instrument will so amaze and delight the user that the chances of its being returned are very slight. Thousands have already accepted this offer and report most gratifying results. There's no longer any need that you should endure the mental and physical strain which comes from a constant effort to hear. Now you can mingle with your friends without that feel ing of sensitiveness from which all deaf persons suffer. Now you can take your place in the social and business world to which your talents entitle you and from which your affliction has, in a meas ure, excluded you. Just send your name and ad dress to the Dictograph Products Corporation, 1311 Candler Bldg., 220 W. 42nd St., New York, for descriptive literature and request blank. Salt Mackerel CODFISH, FOR THE CONSUMER FRESH LOBSTER NOT THE DEALER FOR YOUR OWN TABLE FAMILIES who are fond of FISH ought to get them DIRECT from GLOUCESTER, as no inland dealer anywhere else can possibly be in a position to offer you goods as perfect and wholesome as we can. We sell ONLY to the CONSUMER DIRECT, not through gro cers or markets. We want to supply YOU, no matter how small your requirements. We have done a mail-order fish business for thirty years, sending the goods RIGHT TO OUR CUSTOMERS' HOMES, EXPRESS PREPAID EAST OF KANSAS, and guaranteeing complete satisfac tion or money refunded. If you are interested in good fish, won't you drop us a postal that we may send you further information? Our SALT MACKEREL are tender, juicy fellows-broiled forbreak fast they are delicious. SALT CODFISH selected and prepared by our method is unexcelled. Much of the fresh fish you buy in the market is at least several days old. OUR CANNED FISH, being STEAM STERILIZED, is ABSOLUTELY FRESH. Our FRESH LOBSTERS, in parchment-lined cans, go through no process except boiling (no preparation of any kind being used). Opened and packed solid in whole pieces as soon as taken from the water, they retain their crispness and natural flavor. CRABMEAT, SHRIMP and CLAMS have likewise a perfectly natural appearance and taste. Our SALMON, TUNNY and IMPORTED FISH DELICACIES are always the best produced. A selection of our FISH PRODUCTS should always be in your STORE-ROOM for daily use and for the preparation at a moment's notice of dozens of dainty or substantial dishes. Send for Descriptive Price List Frank E. Davis Co., 511 Central Wf., Gloucester,Mass. I lrillllllllllllliiiiiiiiitiiiniIIilIrlliIlI l l iII Wl l ll W SHEET BDE sure you say "Century Edition" when you buy sheet music. You'll pay T only Isc. -less than half the usual music prices! And you'll get sheet M USIC music as good as it can be-beautifully printed on the best of paper-every bar in the standard size, each note certified to be correct, as the master wrote it. There isn't a reason in the world why you should pay more than the Century Ash for price when you buy "Poet and Peasant," "Black Hawk," "Bridal Chorus, Century Edition "Etude," "Faust" or any of the other classical and popular standard compositions. U There is every reason in the world why you should patronize the Century dealer. Remember, Century's low price is possible only because of his small profit. If Your dealer can't supply you we will. Complete catalog of over 2,200 classical and popular standard compositions free on request. [Century's Canadian price, 20c.] Ask your dealer to show you Martin's "Rudiments for the Piano," Jahn's "Rudiments for the Violin," and Mar tin's "Scales and Chords." Used by all modern teachers. Century Music Publishing Co., 211 W. 40th St.,N. Y. SIIllllllllllllllll1lllilllllllliilllllll rlllllll THIS MAGAZINE IS FROM OUR PRESSES JUDD & DETWEILER, INC. tMaPtAr VrinttTrr ECKINGTON PLACE AND FLORIDA AVENUE WASHINGTON, D. C.