National Geographic : 1923 May
Deaf Can Hear Says Science New Invention Aids Thousands Here's good news for all who suffer from deafness. The Dictograph 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 measure, excluded you. Just send your name and address to the Dictograph Products Corporation, 1311 Candler Building, New York, for descriptive literature and request blank. houses. Buya a THIS MAGAZINE IS FROM OUR PRESSES package today The Dentinol & Pyorrhocide Co. Inc. Sole Distributors 148 Broadway JUDD & DETWEILER, INC. New York iaistrr 3Iriutrrii ECKINGTON PLACE AND FLORIDA AVE. WASHINGTON. D. C. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."