Timothy Noonan (and later his son Frank) were the proprietors of this product. In 1913, they registered "Petrole" as a Trade Mark. At that time, Frank M. Noonan was speaking for the company. Note one variant has the word Petrole misspelled "Pretrole." The product "Petrole Dandruff Killer" was for sale in the 1901 Morrison & Plummer catalog, but it may have been an imitation. The Noonans also sold Zepp's Dandruff Cure.
Square (coffin shaped), 6 3/8", ring top, no panels, BIM or ABM, aqua, front: "8 FL.OZS. CAP> - NOONAN'S - HAIR - PETROLE - REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. - T. NOONAN - & SONS CO. - BOSTON - MASS. - MADE IN U.S.A."
Square, 10", square top, no panels, BIM, aqua, horizontal on front: "NOONAN'S - HAIR - PRETROLE - REG US PAT OFF - SPECIAL SIZE - FOR - BARBERS BENCH - USE ONLY - TO REFILL - IS ILLEGAL - T. NOONAN & SONS CO. - BOSTON - MASS"