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The Atlantic Monthly Advertiser
“As easily as he breathes.”
and natural breathing describes ex-
It has no intricate valves to get out of order, no gasoline to regulate and watch, no sparker to get blacked up and be sandpapered before the engine will go, and no complicated battery to get out of order, as in electrical pumping engines. Every part of a Hot-Air Pump is in sight and so simple a child can understand its action. Among the many valuable testimonials received recently, we highly prize the following, because it comes from a discriminating gentleman, himself an engine builder, to whom the cost of an article matters little so long as it is the best obtainable.
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS.
Burnham, Williams & Co.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 11, 1904.
Gentlemen : I have used the Ericsson Hot-Air Pumping Engines in several of my houses, and have one in use at this time for supplying water to my own residence at Rosemont. The engine has always given satisfaction, and after an experience of twenty years I am able to commend it as effective and reliable.
Very truly yours,
John H. Converse.
But the fact that Mr. Converse and other
rich men are users of the Hot Air Pump Cooling Off.
does not by any means signify that it is a luxury beyond the purchasing power of a man in moderate circumstances. On the contrary, it is the most economical water
supply that can be installed in any country cottage or farm house. It will very soon pay for its cost. It does away entirely with lugging water by hand, whether for the bath, the kitchen, the lawn, the garden, or the live-stock. Its abundant supply is ever present, a cooling joy and comfort during the hot weather.
A Hot-Air Pump, representing a permanent investment which will outlast a generation, can now be bought at the very low price of $108. Descriptive Catalogue “Br" sent free on application,
The Hot Air Pump
A Powerful Nerve Tonic and Restorative. Does It Contain Hypophosphites
of Lime and Soda? Hunter McGuire, M.D., LL.D., ex-President American Medical Association and of the Medical Society of Virginia; late President and Professor of Clinical Surgery, University College of Medicine, Richmond, Va.: “It has never failed me as a powerful NERVE TONIC when I have prescribed as such. I sometimes think it must contain Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda. It acts as that compound does—as a tonic and alterative. I know from its constant use personally and in practice that the results obtained are far beyond those which the analysis given would warrant.”
Charles G. Hill, M.D., Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases, Baltimore Medical College, etc.: “In many forms of Nervous Exhaustion, accompanying an excess of urates and phosphates, it is invaluable.”
Voluminous medical testimony mailed. For sale by the general drug and mineral water trade.
Hotel opens June 15th.