Life, Volume 84

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Life magazine, Incorporated, 1924
 

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Page 30 - Send the coupon for a 10-Day Tube. Note how clean the teeth feel after using. Mark the absence of the viscous film. See how teeth whiten as the filmcoats disappear.
Page 28 - I (A public street in a bathroom. A man named Tupper has evidently just taken a bath. A man named Brindle is now taking a bath. A man named Newburn comes out of the faucet which has been left running. He exits through the exhaust.
Page 30 - It is the basis of tartar. It holds food substance which ferments and forms acid. It holds the acid in contact with the teeth to cause decay. Millions of germs breed in it. They, with tartar, are the chief cause of pyorrhea.
Page 23 - Protect the Enamel Pepsodent disintegrates the film, then removes it with an agent far softer than enamel. Never use a film combatant which contains harsh grit.
Page 24 - Hereditary bondsmen ! know ye not Who would be free themselves must strike the blow?
Page 22 - I'm the only mother you have got. The city is a wicked place, as anyone can see, And cruel dangers round your path may swirl, So every week you'd better send your wages home to me, For heaven will protect the working girl.
Page 31 - You, yourself, rarely know when you have it. And even your closest friends won't tell you. Sometimes, of course, halitosis comes from some deep-seated organic disorder that requires professional advice. But usually — and fortunately — halitosis is only a local condition that yields to the regular use of Listerine as a mouth wash and gargle. It is an interesting thing that this well-known antiseptic that has been in use for years for surgical dressings possesses these unusual properties as a breath...
Page 26 - Larus & Brother Company will gladly send you prepaid by parcel post a one- or twodozen carton of any size of Edgeworth Plug Slice or Ready-Rubbed for the same price you would pay the jobber.
Page 28 - III (The Lincoln Highway. Two bearded glue lifters are seated at one side of the road.) (TRANSLATOR'S NOTE: The principal industry in Phlace is hoarding hay. Peasants sit alongside of a road on which hay wagons are likely to pass. When a hay wagon does pass, the hay hoarders leap from their points of vantage and help themselves to a wisp of hay. On an average a hay hoarder accumulates a ton of hay every four years. This is called Mah Jong.) FIRST GLUE LIFTER Well, my man, how goes it? SECOND GLUE...
Page 2 - ACT I (The Outskirts of a Parchesi Board. People are wondering what has become of the discs. They quit wondering and sit up and sing the following song.) CHORUS What has become of the discs? What has become of the discs? We took them at our own risks, But what has become of the discs? (WAMA enters from an exclusive waffle parlor. She exits as if she had had waffles...

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