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Listerine Ad - Stock Image

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Bruce, Alberta, Canada - March 19, 2011: A Listerine mouthwash ad from an November 1928 Issue of Mentor Magazine. Listerine was then owned by Lambert Pharmacal and presently owned by Pfizer. The Menntor magazine was published monthly by the Crowell Publishing Company, Sprinfield, Ohio. Listerine was originally developed as a general antiseptic and used during World War 1. It became a popular product in the 1920's when it offered a cure for halitosis.

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