The Day of His Going In a million homes, pictures are keeping the story of the war as it touches those homes. John in his first khaki as he proudly marched away, and John, tanned and hardened, as he looked when home on leave. More than ever the Kodak Album is keeping the home story. To-day that story means history, and more than ever it is important that it be authentic history—that every negative bear a date.
I’d never heard of the Marmon Car Company before seeing this ad. I really hope their catalog was called “The Book of Marmon”. MARMON 34 Advanced Engineering The new 4-Door Sedan is a practical family car for all seasons. In pleasant weather the lowered windows give the effect of an open car; when raised on [...]
Stretching forth her hands to all in need—to Jew or Gentile, black or white, knowing no favorite, yet favoring all. Seeing all things with a mother's sixth sense that's blind to jealousy and meanness; helping the little home that's crushed beneath an iron hand by showing mercy in a healthy, human way; rebuilding it, in fact, with stone on stone and bringing warmth, to hearts and hearths too long neglected.
Change instantly from Miniature Roman to Large Gothic. Medium Roman to Italics. Vertical Script to CLARENDON. English to Russian. TURKISH TO PUNJABI.
Beeman’s Original Pepsin Chewing Gum “That attack of dyspepsia of which you are complaining is due to one of two causes: “Either you have overeaten or you have been working under a nervous strain. For food will not properly digest when you go to your meals with nerves on edge. “There isn’t anything serious about [...]
Alone in the midst of war's desolation, the telephone lineman crawls to mend the broken wires. On all sides the thunder of artillery; in the air bursting shrapnel. He faces danger with that unconquerable spirit of war service which permits him to think only of maintaining the telephone connections.
This scares me. If You Have Not Already Enlisted in the Great Army of U. S. Savers, TODAY is the Best Time to Begin What Your W. S. Stamps Do for Uncle Sam A single Thrift Stamp (25 cents) will pay for a soldier’s identification tag, which may save him from an unknown grave. Two [...]
This ad just seems dirty, even though it isn’t. The Pro-phy-lac-tic Tooth Brush Earned it’s reputation by “mouth to mouth” advertising
Yes, it’s true. Before becoming the spokesman for Big Tobacco, the Marlboro Man shilled for Big Oatmeal. “WHERE THE MAIL GOES, CREAM OF WHEAT GOES.”