Listerine ad, 1920

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Listerine ad, 1920 - 7 i jl nuuMAaafcoMPAior III Why You Should Keep...
7 i jl nuuMAaafcoMPAior III Why You Should Keep a Bottle of Listerine In the House Prompt and immediate precautionary measures often prevent infection. A bottle of Listerine in the house is a convenient safeguard in such cases. Listerine, applied immediately to minor cuts and scratches, hastens natural healing by preventing infection. A Listerine gargle, if used at the first indication of soreness in the throat, will prevent infection. It should also be kept in the house for daily use. A Listerine mouthwash, every day, guards against tooth decay and diseased gums, because it prevents prevents bacterial development in the mouth. A Listerine mouthwash removes mucus accumulations accumulations in and about bridge work and artificial dentures. It leaves a feeling of cleanliness. Listerine is non-poisonous non-poisonous non-poisonous safe, either diluted or undiluted, for any household use. There is only one Listerine. . Get the genuine. Demand the original package a round bottle in a brown wrapper. . . Manufactured enly hr LAMBERT PHARMACAL COMPANY St. Louis, U.S. A. the safe artffsepiic active Dr. in W. had only in were hurt. folly been sion in of was Waynes-burg never Attorney careful dries and and all dle. In

Clipped from The Pittsburgh Press18 Mar 1920, ThuPage 26

The Pittsburgh Press (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)18 Mar 1920, ThuPage 26
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