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A non-toxic antiseptic of known and definite power, prepared in a form convenient for immediate use, of ready dilution, sightly, pleasant, and sufficiently powerful for all purposes of asepsis: these are advantages which Listerine embodies.

The success of Listerine is based upon merit, and the best advertisement of Listerine is-Listerine.

LISTERINE
DERMATIC SOAP

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An antiseptic dotergent for use in the antiseptic

treatment of diseases of the skin.

Listerine "Dermatic" Soap contains the essential antiseptic constituents of eucalyptus (1%), mentha, gaultheria and thyme (each 12%), which enter into the composition of the well-known antiseptic preparation, Listerine, while the quality of excellence of the soap-stock employed as the vehicle for this medication, will be readily apparent when used upon the most delicate skin, and upon the scalp. Listerine “Derinatic” Soap contains no animal fats, and none but the very best vegetable oils; after its manufacture, and before it is "milled" and pressed into cakes a high percentage of an emollient oil is incorporated with the soap, and the smooth, elastic condition of the skin secured by using Listerine "Dermatic" Soap is largely due to the presence of this ingredient. Unusual care is exercised in the preparation of Listerine "Dermatic" Soap, and as the antiseptic constituents of Listerine are added to the soap after it has received its surplus of unsaponified emollient oil, they'retain their peculiar antiseptic virtues and fragrance.

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A sample of Listerine Dermatic Soap may be
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N. FILATOV
Late Professor of Pediatrics in the Imperial University of Moscow, and Physician-in-Chie

to Khloudoff's Children's Hospital.
TRANSLATED FROM THE RUSSIAN

BY

G, B. HASSIN, M. D.

Chicago
WITH EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS

BY

FRANK B. EARLE, M. D.
Professor of Pediatrics and Clinical Pediatrics, College of Medicine of the

University of Illinois, Chicago.

IN TWO VOLUMES-ILLUSTRATED

It is doubtful if in the field of pediatrics a more forceful and clearcut" writer than Filatov has appeared. This is thoroughly attested in the extensive popularity of his works, which have not only been translated into the French and German languages, but have merited many successive editions.

The first translation into English of one of Filatov's most valuable treatises— from the sixth original Russian edition of 1902—is now issued in two full octavo volumes covering nearly nine hundred pages.

Under the editorial supervision of Prof. Frank B. Earle many amplifications of the original text have been effected, with the result that due recognition is given to such changes and advancements as have occurred even within the last few months and weeks. Aside from this Professor Earle has given from his own experience as occasion has appeared fitting

The volumes are handsomely printed on fine book paper; there are numerous illustrations; the bindings are of English silk; the workmanship is in every respect of the best grade.

The publishers desire to announce that they guarantee delivery in perfect condition, and further beg to assure all patrons that every effort is put forth to win their satisfaction.

In two volumes in cloth, express prepaid, $7.00
(Bound in half-leather (cow-hide), gilt top (on special order only), $8.50

CLEVELAND PRESS
Ogden Avenue and Lincoln Street

CHICAGO, ILL.

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