Moore Bros. Company (a Corporation, established 1890), New York. Booklet. Text: "Moore's Soap Leaves. Made up in book form for the vest pocket or for the ladies' hand bag. Carry your own individual soap, tear out a leaf, rub it between wet hands and see how it lathers--it cleans perfectly--leaves the skin soft and smooth--makes one feel good after using. A Superior Soap put up in this Peculiar Manner. Personification of convenience. Indispensable to travelers, cyclists and automobilists. An absolute necessity for Commercial Men, Tourists, Train Men and General Public." Text on back cover: "A unique sanitary invention commending itself to all. A purely vegetable leaf toilet soap. Combining utility, convenience and economy. Each leaf a wash. Use same as any soap. Try it for shampoo. No better soap made. Free from animal fats."