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Apr, 1918
The New and Greater CHANDLER SIX - $1295
THE new Chandler bodies, the most beautiful of the season's offerings, are attractive indeed. The New York and Chicago Show crowds admired, and purchased in great numbers, the new Chandler touring car and the new four-passenger roadster.
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New England - The VACATION LAND
Maine Coast The most enchanting and varied sea-shore in America. Marvelous beaches, wild headlands, cliffs, mountains, islands, woods. Summer vacations of every kind at every price. Great and small hotels, boarding houses, or camping close to nature.
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The FRANKLIN CAR
ONE of the most interesting things in the whole automobile situation is the type of men who own and drive Franklin Cars. The list of Franklin owners shows a most remarkable average as to substantial rating and strong position in affairs.
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Edison Uses Klaxons to Warn Men of Fire
A LITTLE more than a year ago the big plant of the Edison Storage Battery Company of East Orange, N.J., burned to the ground. If another fire should occur today the alarm would be sounded with thirty Klaxon automobile horns in-stalled in various parts of the buildings to warn the employees.
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Purity Cross Creamed Chicken a la King
Purity Cross Creamed Chicken a la King Even when the maid’s away you can serve this great epicurean dish of the millionaire hotels and blue-blood clubs. It is made of fresh young poultry, golden cream dressing of exquisite flavor, garnished with plenty of tender mushrooms. Ready to heat and serve on toast or patty shells. […]
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ARE YOU GOING ABROAD?
ARE YOU GOING ABROAD? WE CAN FURNISH Life and Accident Insurance Write for information describing our Service SAMUELS, CORNWALL & STEVENS 88 William St., N. Y. LLOYDS, NEW YORK Samuels, Cornwall & Stevens, Attorneys
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Holstein Cows' Milk and the State Requirements
The efforts of State Boards of Health to protect the public with regard to its milk supply are commendable, but in many localities the milk standards adopted are absolutely contrary to the actual truth, as proven repeatedly by food chemists and physicians. In some States milk standards have been enacted into law which totally disregard the fact that it is the proteids, the flesh, strength, and muscle-building qualities of milk, which are desirable, as well as the fat content.
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Paige Automobile Ad
"The Call of the Road" Come brother—wake up. Sniff the air and you will find that the thrilling breath of Spring is already there. Look about you. Sense the newness—the freshness—of it all. See how the laggard step of the crowd has quickened into a full swinging stride. See those cars "break " at the traffic officer's whistle. Watch them come down three or four abreast at the "getaway." Hear the shrill, merry note of the sirens and the good-natured chaff of the drivers. This means Spring. This means the "open season." This means Touring at its best.
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1916 Acousticon
Deaf? "I Now Hear Clearly" You. Too. Can Hear! Inasmuch as 200,000 users of the "ACOUSTICON"have had the same results from it as Mr. Garrett Brown, whose photo appears above, we feel perfectly safe in urging every deaf person, without a penny of expense, solely and entirely at our risk, to accept a thorough trial of the 1916 Acousticon.
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BISSELL'S Carpet Sweeper
You should install a BISSELL'S Vacuum Sweeper for the thorough general cleaning; but you will need your BISSELL'S Carpet Sweeper just the same — For daily sweeping and brushing up crumbs and litter; for the convenience of caring for the hundred and one sweeping requirements that hardly call for the powerful suction machine. It's for these reasons that BISSELL'S Carpet Sweeper has been the world's cleaning standby for over 40 years. Used in connection with BISSELL'S Vacuum Sweeper, you have the efficient, sanitary, and easy cleaning combination—the famous Bissell combination.
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Dioxogen
This is just Hydrogen Peroxide Be Prepared To stop the little hurt from growing big. To prevent small cuts, scratches, or injuries from becoming dangerous, use Dioxogen. Perfectly safe—even children may use it. Keep Dioxogen where all the household may get it instantly. Trial bottle sent free on request, or ask for it by name […]
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Pyrex Ad: A new material has come into the world
By means of this important discovery food is now baked in transparent glass dishes so durable that the hottest oven will not break them. This glass transmits heat so perfectly that the food bakes faster and more uniformly, holds its flavor better and does not burn. The progress of the baking can be seen right through the dish.
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Quaker Oats Cereals
Every child has dainties she dislikes to share. You did and we did. Children always will.
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Ivory Soap
I’ve always wondered what the other .56% of Ivory soap was made of. The unnatural part. Cheez Whiz? Plutonium? Vinyl? IVORY SOAP THE great American eye-opener is an Ivory Soap bath. A quick massage from head to toe with the mild, bubbling, copious Ivory lather, a plunge into clear, cold water, a brisk rub-down and […]
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Denby Trucks
Denby Trucks For Trail or Pavement Denby trucks are superior trucks at lower prices. Denby methods make Denby prices possible. Denby standards guarantee Denby quality DENBY MOTOR TRUCK COMPANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN
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Chain Company Ad: "What! My Car?"
I love that this guy has just been informed that his wife was in a car accident and his first reaction is: “What! My Car? Did that bitch wreck my car?” “What! My Car?” “Yes! skidded—and it’s up to you. You failed to provide the chauffeur with Tire Chains. Only good luck saved your wife […]
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AT&T Ad: Cave Life or Civilization
Civilized man is distinguished from the cave man by his habit of co-operation. The cave man lived for and by himself; independent of others, but always in danger from natural laws. To the extent that we assist one another, dividing up the tasks, we increase our capacity for production, and attain the advantages of civilization. We may sometimes disregard our dependence on others. But suppose the farmer, for example, undertook to live strictly by his own efforts. He might eke out an existence, but it would not be a civilized existence nor would it satisfy him. He needs better food and clothes and shelter and implements than he could provide unassisted. He requires a market for his surplus products, and the means of transportation and exchange. He should not forget who makes his clothes, his shoes, his tools, his vehicles and his tableware, or who mines his metals, or who provides his pepper and salt, his books and papers, or who furnishes the ready means of transportation and exchange whereby his myriad wants are supplied. Neither should he forget that the more he assists others the more they can assist him. Take the telephone specialists of the Bell System: the more efficient they are, the more effectively the farmer and every other human factor of civilization can provide for their own needs and comforts.
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