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Description: February 27, 1892 Mme Ruppert's Parlors Page 15

Date: February 27 1892

Newspaper published in: Washington, D. C.

The Evening Star February 27, 1892 Mme Ruppert's Parlors Page 15

Grand Spring Opening.
Mme Ruppert's Complexion Parlors,
938 F st. n.w.

All purchasers of her world renowned Free Bleach will be presented with a bar of exquisite Almond Oil Soap free.
Madame A. RUPPERT, the greatest living complexion specialist, has permanent parlors in Washington as well as in all other large cities in the United States. She invites callers to her office to see positive prof of the great merit of her world-renowned preparations. The remarkable success of Madam RUPPERT has caused many unscrupulous imitators to spring up all over. They come to a city and by flaring advertisements and with no located office, but usually stopping at a hotel, get the public money and instead of doing good they actually ruin complexions by steaming which, instead of receiving wrinkles, Madame RUPPERT says, will positively cause them to appear and will also cause enlarged pores by displacing the live cells of the skin. What Mme. RUPPERT says must be so if experience and study go for anything. Madame RUPPERT, on the other hand, has a permanent office, where she or her representative can always be seen and consulted. The reputation of Madame RUPPERT is well known and as a specialist of the complexion she has no equal.
Madame A. RUPPERT,
Complexion Specialist,
303 F st. n.w.,
Washington, D.C.

Submitted: 05/09/17

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