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Found these things in my back yard, pic 3 is the bottom of pic 2
 

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Looks like Colgate Lipstick or Chapstick to me.
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doesn't look wide enough to be a shaving stick

The LS Token is Self Explanatory But no Idea where LS Was
 
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I think the Colgate tube is for tooth powder not a chapstick or lipstick. Back in the day they sold tooth powder which was mixed with a little water to make tooth paste. I dug a lot of tooth powder containers in a huge bottle dump I excavated sixty years ago.
 
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boojagirl

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I think the Colgate tube is for tooth powder not a chapstick or lipstick. Back in the day they sold tooth powder which was mixed with a little water to make tooth paste. I dug a lot of tooth powder containers in a huge bottle dump I excavated sixty years ago.
I think so too
 
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