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|-|ifi E I THE Sign of the Times!
4?| EMPER The GEM JUNIOR hai made self-shaving popular everywhere and ha* tor
v I DftHRIF year* led all other* irrespective of then cost, or the claims made for them.
6? Ime The remarkable action of the NEW BAR is that it raise* the hairs vertically
X '"** just ahead of the cutting edge of the blade — a* a Barber does, by smoothenkir
' - 1 the skin with hi* fingers. As a result there is no scraping — the shave is
pleasant, close and clean. Nothing could be simpler — you lather and
shave that's all. Never a dull blade.
A new frame with Bar will be sent to users of the old style
GEM JUNIOR on receipt of 25c. No exchange of frames.
A. VACATION NECESSITY. "Cut» expense but never cut*
you." It take* up very little room and is ready for use at a moment s
.otice. You can first catch your train or boat and then shave ; and, it
nakes you independent .of the country barber.
The GEM JUNIOR $1.00 »et includes silver nickel-plated frame, bolder,
•trooping handle and 7 selected blades in attractive plash lined case.
Not a paper box imitation. SPECIAL S«t with 12 blades $1.50.
Look for the name Gem Junior on each blade and BCC^pt «• *ut»mtHutm.
Separate Set of 7GEM JUNIOR blades 50c.
New blades for old. 7 exchanged for 25c.
["he Storiette. "The Gentle Art of Self-Shavin«."
deluding a full course in shaving instruction. tent /i*4 Hr.
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34 Reade Street. New York
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MENNENS
1 tS&SS TOILET POWDER [
"The Queen of the Surf"
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pared fur Ihe nur»ery. ) v J
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IMPERIAL ]
GRAN UK
THE UNSWEETENED <-"
F© O D y f o°u r r BABY
With oar 32 page book. "The Care of Babies." \
Write John Carle & Son*. Desk 67, 153 Water Street, New York |
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No.
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teething. It makes andl
keeps baby strong ancl
healthy— with hard!
y firm flesh, good bone|
] suid muscle.
This is baby Powell of Weybur- 1
v Sask. Made strong and health; 1
A by Imperial Granum.

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