am very thankful." Thousands are cured of all manner of afflictions of SKIN FLESH and BONE. It is harmless and most effective. It should be in your house.
2 December 1911 Advertisement Steam is Necessary for Engines, but there is no need for it in the wash-house. With ordinary soap, perhaps. But not with FELS-NAPTHA. Clothes are whiter, sweeter, cleaner when washed with FELS-NAPTHA, in the FELS-NAPTHA way. Just soaking and rinsing in cold or lukewarm water, with a very little rubbing to bring out the loosened dirt. FELS-NAPTHA, 39, Wilson St., London E C.
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4 December 1915 Advertisement: Rats in the Trenches We read the other day in a published letter from a soldier at the Front, that our men in Flanders amuse themselves, when they have nothing else to do, by testing their skill with the gun and bayonet at killing rats. We did not realise how numerous in the trenches these rats are until we received a letter, the other day, from a Mr. Thomas Hardy of Perth, the manufacturer of "Rodine." The letter was sent him by a R.F.A. sergeant, dated November 1st, in which he says that rats are a plague on the battlefield, and that during the recent cold weather, they have all flocked to the dug-outs, making matters very uncomfortable for Tommy. Thanks to "Rodine" the whole lot have been cleared away. Another present for Tommy - "Rodine." From the "Chemist and Druggist," November 20th, 1915.