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Where there’s Color there’s Harmon (Aug, 1954)

Where there’s Color there’s Harmon

News about materials for industry from B. F. Goodrich Chemical

Wherever you see applied color you are looking at a powerful sales tool —for color helps sell so many things in industry and in your everyday life. Much of this color in paint or dyes begins with Harmon —one of the world’s leading makers of basic organic colors.

There’s a strong likelihood that the color of your car is based on Harmon pigments. That good-looking yellow dress your wife is wearing may be solution dyed from Harmon colors. That red tractor you saw at work in the fields is Harmon colored. Or take that handsome vinyl upholstered chair in the department store window—there again color based on a Harmon product plays a part in a sale.

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How to PROSPECT for Atomic Minerals (Jul, 1947)

How to PROSPECT for Atomic Minerals

World-wide race for radioactive minerals is on! New deposits in U. S. being found constantly. Thrilling opportunity. Tells how to find URANIUM, THORIUM, CARNOTITE. PITCHBLENDE, etc. All needed in Atomic Research. Full instructions by mail only 25c. Tells . . .

How to Operate GEIGER COUNTER

Be among first to use famous Geiger Counter. Seeks out Radioactive Minerals. Own your own or rent for vacation. New Uranium deposits may be found in any state. Send 25c for instructions now. Supply limited.

OMAHA SCIENTIFIC SUPPLY
3623 Lake St. ,Dept. PS-2, Omaha 3, Nebr.

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Schlitz – IT MADE A CITY FAMOUS (May, 1942)

IT MADE A CITY FAMOUS

When you taste that famous Schlitz flavor, you will understand why it made its home town famous. A reputation like that doesn’t come just by chance. People who imagine that all beer is bitter get a pleasant surprise when they drink America’s most distinguished beer. Every day more people say, “I never knew that beer could taste so good.” There is no substitute for Schlitz — a beer so fine that it made a city famous.

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Here’s Real Farm Relief! (Oct, 1930)

It must be really hard for him to stand up.

Here’s Real Farm Relief!

THIS farm relief problem is like the weather; everybody talks about it and nobody does anything. But here’s a form of farm relief that Congress doesn’t have to settle . . . that you don’t have to wait years for. Over two million farmers have experienced it already.

It’s a relief from tired feet, aching arches . . . from hard, chafing shoes after cold wet feet. . . from expensive shoe bills. You’ll find this certain relief in Wolverine Shell Horsehide Work Shoes.

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Engraved CUFF LINKS (Oct, 1968)

Engraved CUFF LINKS

EXACT REPRODUCTIONS OF ANY BUSINESS CARD, INSIGNIA OR PERSONAL SIGNATURE

The gift that’s truly different! Beautifully etched lifetime metal Cuff Links, Tie Bar, Money Clip or Key Chain, each a faithful miniature of any business or calling card, signature, trademark or insignia. Perfect for both personal and business gifts. Gift boxed. Will drop ship if desired. Simply send cards or signatures you wish reproduced; specify items and whether Silver or Gold.

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Tear out your hair (Mar, 1969)

Tear out your hair

Just one. Place it on the proper panel below. First, look at the root. Has the hair broken off near the root? (,A sign of brittle hair!) Now, look at the shaft. Is it limp? Wispy? Faded? Color-consistent end to end? Look at the end. Is it a good solid end? Or a great big split? Now stretch the hair to the breaking point. When broken, normal hair will crinkle at the ends. Brittle or damaged hair won’t. Analyze it. Any problems? Find a sample hair-care program below.

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Heinz Ketchup Gives plain cooking chef’s touch (Oct, 1932)

Let’s see, it’s 1932, what possible reason could there be for simple, inexpensive dishes to be so popular?

Heinz Ketchup Gives plain cooking chef’s touch

TRY a dash of Heinz Tomato Ketchup on one of those simple, inexpensive dishes so popular right now! You’ll be amazed at the delicious difference it makes —the chef-like touch of extra goodness it always gives. Rich with spicy flavor, color and savor, this famous sauce makes plain foods taste like more!

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AS LITTLE AS $39.50 A WEEK FOR HOLIDAY LIVING IN SWITZERLAND (Oct, 1952)

I’m not much of a skier, but I wouldn’t mind driving that little bus around for a while. Travel agent is one of those jobs that I tend to have stereotyped as female in my head. I guess it used to be mostly men, or I’m just wrong.

AS LITTLE AS $39.50 A WEEK FOR HOLIDAY LIVING IN SWITZERLAND

from Skiing to Sightseeing

Expert, novice—or onlooker—it’s as much fun to watch as to ski yourself. Learn to ski—or hire a horse-drawn, bell-tinkling sleigh and. bundled in fur blankets, explore the trails. Come evening, gather by the fire, comparing adventures with gay international vacationists!

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DISCRIMINATING PEOPLE PREFER HERBERT TAREYTON (May, 1952)

DISCRIMINATING PEOPLE PREFER HERBERT TAREYTON

Discriminating people prefer Herbert Tareyton. They appreciate the kind of smoking that only fine tobacco and a genuine cork tip can give. The cork tip doesn’t stick to the lips . . . it’s clean and firm. And discriminating people prefer Herbert Tareyton because their modern size not only means a longer, cooler smoke, but that extra measure of fine tobacco makes Herbert Tareyton today’s most unusual cigarette value.

THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT THEM YOU’LL LIKE

Copr., The American Tobacco Company

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50-STAR AMERICAN FLAG (Jun, 1960)

I know this ad is for a stamp, but it made me wonder about flag makers lobbying for an extra state. It would make a great attack ad for people arguing against a vote for Puerto Rico becoming a state. “Puerto Rican statehood, paid for by Big Flag”.

50-STAR AMERICAN FLAG

The now OLD GLORY in all its beauty is being pictured on a special red, white and blue U. S. postage stamp. To be issued for tlie first time on July 4 when HAWAII officially becomes our 50th State. We will send you a beautiful engraved envelope carrying this new stamp for only 25c, It will bo posted on its first day of issue at Honolulu the only place where stamp will be available that day. This will be an historical envelope of outstanding interest and beauty and will be especially marked by the Post Office on this occasion. Special this month—10 all different First Flight JET AIRMAIL covers for only $4.95. Money back it not completely satisfied. Ask for lists of other covers.

K. M. WALSH Box 308-F TUCKAHOE, N. Y.

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