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Purify your Waste-pipes!
Do not cover Odors ! Remove every Cause ! *-?**£*& Chlorides Disinfectant. A colorless liquid, which instantly destroys foul odors and disease-breeding rr.atter. When diluted with ten parts of water for household use, it costs less than 5 cents a quart. Sold every where in quart bottles. Prepared only by Henry B. Platt, New York and Montreal. An illus- L trated booklet with valuable sanitary'information mailed free. Address 42 Cliff St., N.Y. Jack London and The Nature Han To Destroy Germs, Foul Gases 4 and prevent sickness, > last thing at night pour into the wastepipes, closets, etc., a little FREE ! A large sample of THE UNSWEETENED FOODv F o°JkEABY With our 32 page book, "The Care of Babie.," and * Rag DolL Write John Carle & Son., De«k 68, 153 Water Street, New York- Imperial Granum quickly overcomes baby's disorders of hot weather and teething. It makes and keeps baby strong and healthy -with hard, firm flesh, good bone and muscle, Baby Gosch, daughter of Mrs. L. J. Gosch, 125 N. Redfield Street, West Philadelphia, Pa. This baby's life was saved by Imperial Granum. QAILING around the world for Woman Companion in his little ketch-rigged boat. Jack London met The Nature Man out among the SoaW Sea Islands. He tells all ahout this tawny-haired. bronze-skinned individual, who lives on nuts and truit, in his most vivid and stirring style, in Woman s Home Companion for September. Also, in September, " The Romance of an Empress," in which Kellogg Durland portrays, from intimate, inside sources, the sad and tragic life of Russia's Queen ; several good short stories ; a dozen departments for women— this and more in the September WOMAN'S HOME COM£A!^ION 10 Cents On All Nev»*stanJ»