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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1913)
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gristles gripped in hard rubier
IOOK. at the photograph, and jou have the facts of
' the Rt BBERSET Tooth Brush. Here is a tooth
hrush sawed in half, and in spite of this, every bristle
is held fast, in a sulid base of hard, vulcanized rubber. This test
gien to the ordinary tooth brush would have scattered the bristles
tii the four winds. The bristles cannot come out of a RUBBERSET
The perfection and superiority of a RUBBERSET Tooth Brush is
lust as apparent on the outside. Examine a RUBBERSET Tooth
Hrush and note the line imported bristles we use; the correct and
siientilic shaping of the various tufts, designed to clean in between
the uevii.es, and the hard-to-get-at teeth; the convenience shaping
of its handles; the uuliidual sealed box that keeps clean the
RL BIJERSE'J Tooth Brush after it is sterilized at the factor
Withal the price is that of an ordmarv tooth brush
Yuue ilmtitlXit or ilcimr tiiimt utorr Will hell yuii the KUUIIEHSET Tootli brush
TRADE MARK "
A splitting test, like the one pictured below, would demolish the base
ol an ordinan shaving brush. Did you ever hear of any other brush
eploiting inside construction?
In a KUHHKKSKT Hrush the bristles are set in pure rubber which is then ul
i.iniml to the hardness of flint. Not a solitary bristle can escape the grip of this
wdeanued rubber base. It is unyielding, indestructible, permanent. The econ
m ol a KUHHKKSKT is evident.
Kl KHKKSKT Sliming Brushes are made in various st) Us, sizes, junlilics and
shapes We p.irtu ularly recommend the dollar grade, whuh is made with badger
bristles and Alberiie handles It is an example of the Kl'HHKKSKT a lues
1'rues tange from L'Si upward to $7 00
Ak uny JntKBlit, hardware dealer or general store Tor RUHUERSET
Ilrushes. We Issue an Interesting catalog of styles. Free on request.
RUBBERSET COMPANY u &0.11.T co.,i'nio Factories, Newark, N. J.
DO you want your skin
to be soft, clear and
beautiful? Then use
Palmolive the soap
that cleanses, soothes and
refreshes the tenderest skin
because it contains and
olive oils perfectly blended by
our scientific method.
Long before the days of
Cleopatra, palm and olive
oils were the chief requi
sites of the toilet.
Today they are made more
efficient by their combina
tion in the beautiful green
cake, called Palmolive,
which you can buy wher
ever soaps are sold.
Nothing in Palm
olive will irritate
even a baby's skin.
It has a delicately
faint Oriental odor.
Try it for toilet and
bath 15c the cake.
It outsells all other
soaps. You will find
the reason in the use
of Palmolive. The
natural oils of the
skin are aided. Note
how it improves dry
freely in hard or
soft water, is hard
milled and remains
firm to the thinness
of a wafer. Send
two 2 -cent stamps
for sample and free
booklet, "The Easy
Way to Beauty."
Made by B. J. Johnson Soap Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
PALMOLIVE SHAMPOO makes the
hair lustrous and healthy and is excel
lent for the scalp. It rinses out easil)
and leaves the hair soft and tractable.
Price, SO cents.
PALMOLIVE CREAM cleanses the
pores of the skin and adds a delightful
touch after the use of Palmolive Soap.
Price, 50 cents.
N.B. If you cannot get Palmolive
Cream or Shampoo of your local dealer,
a full-size package of either will be mailed
on receipt of price.
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