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The Brooks Appliar
I resembles the human h
\ support. You will notice the firs
Brocks Appliance, the pliable, fles
finished rubber and it will take onl
comfort and security to make you
I For the benefit of your readers
lishing the Brooks offer to save a
wearing painful makeshift trusses tl
No man or woman ever can look and
her best while suffering the torment, pa
comfort of rupture.
Every day that you suffer from rupt
hour of truss torture that you endureread
this page is your own fault.
For many years we have been telling ]
makeshift truss will ever help you. \V<
you about the harm the ill-fitting trusses
We have told you that the only truly cc
sanitary and scientific device tor holding
the Brooks Rupture Appliance.
Now we offer to prove it to you, entirely
at our risk. We will send you a
Brooks Rupture Appliance on trial. If
you really want to be rid of your rup1
ture fill out the coupon below and mail
I Instead of wearing a steel spring or
inflexible harness, try the velvet-soft
Instead ot the old hard or stuffed
pad, use the soft automatic rubber aircushion
of a Brooks Appliance.
The Brooks Appliance clings to you
without force and you are hardly conscious
of its presence. But above all
else, it HOLDS always.
Within an hour after you receive the
Brooks Appliance, if you take advantage
of this remarkable trial offer, you
will throw away your truss.
The Brooks Appliance Has Free
j Children From Huptnre-Withom
The WORST Sui
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y Preventing Natu
Chance to Bring
ice most closely
and as a rupture JfWP
it moment you put on a mm?
h-like touch of the velvet
y this first experience of
i decide?4'This is what WEpHB
we take pleasure in pub- S%MP
II who are ruptured from vpKjypP
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t ruDture is Photograph of Mr. C. E. Bro
, rupture ^ ^ Foundep of the Rr
Many hundreds of physicians and
surgeons recommend the Brooks Appliance
and condemn makeshift trusses
as more harmful and dangerous than
any other method of retaining and
treating rupture. Thousands of people
have written us testifying to the amazing
results they have secured from this
great invention. Many of these people
live right in your vicinity and we will
be glad to send you copies of their
thankful letters if you will rt A- for tl^em
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?TH\,u J KJU. W1 lie.
Men, Women and Children Find
ib* Brooks Appliance Equally
No matter if your rupture is old and
severe or only recently developed, no
matter if you are young or old, you
should not fail to profit by this No-Risk
d Thousands of Men, Women and
1 Pain, Operation, or Loss of Time
5port Ever Devise*
o the Rupture by
re From EVER H
About a Healing
Kh. The Broo
sends their 1
^jj|| pliance ON
not be thr
by Herman Pfeifer, From a ?ersome c
oks, Inventor of the Appli- _ j.
ooks Appliance Company. cannot be
Xo other rupture support, truss, lock,
device, pad or plaster is offered to the
public under so broad a guarantee of
Over 715,000 People Have Accepted
This Offer. Why
Doesn't that prove that the Brooks
Appliance is not an experiment but a
positive success?that it does all we
claim for it? Among these 715.000 men,
women and children there must be hundreds
whose condition was identical
with yours. Can you afford not to investigate
and satisfy yourself when it
costs you nothing to prove what the
Brooks Appliance will do for you?
This wonderful device is a triumph
of scientific and mechanical genius, the
outcome of more than 30 years' experience
and the results accomplished by
its use are little short of miraculous.
When you try a Brooks Appliance
you will notice instantly how very
much this support resembles the touch
and clinging pressure of a hman hand.
v Send the coupon NOW for further
description of the Appliance and for
our FREE, NO-RISK TRIAL PLAN.
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the World I
an Hand |
d, Is a Hard, Un- j
a Steel Spring? J
laving a ?
Appliance Co. gladly l
emarkable patented Ap- |
TRIAL to prove that it ?
jpture back, keeps it in J
:inally assists nature to ijj
easons Why You Should Accept
absolutely the only Appliance embodying
pies that inventors have sought alter tor
appliance tor retaining- the rupture canown
out of position.
? an air cushion of soft rubber, it clings
the body and yet never blisters or causes
ke ordinary so-called pads, it is not cum
small, soft and pliable, and positively
: detected through the clothing. ;jj
6. The soft, pliable bands do not P
give the unpleasant sensation of wearing
7. Nothing to get foul; it can be
washed without injury.
8. There are 110 metal springs in the
Appliance to torture one by cutting and | bruising
9. All materials are the very best
that money can buy, making it a durable
and safe Appliance to wear.
10. We guarantee your comfort at |
all times and in all positions, and sell
every Appliance with this positive !j
The Brooks Appliance Co.,
565-D State St., Marshall, Mich.
Without cost or obligation on my
.part please send me by mail in plain
wrapper your illustrated book and full
information about your Appliance for
rupture, and your Trial Offer.