Vintage Nesbitt's Ads published today! (1954) Orange Soft Drink - Unsurpassed for its pure, crisp, true fruit flavor. A single taste will prove to you that its the drink for you and every member of your family. A soft drink made from real oranges. California. (1950) Nesbitt's. Made From Real oranges, Soft Drink - Quality soft drink from California with a delightful true fruit flavor that every member of your family will love. Be a fun family. Ask for it wherever soft drinks are sold. Look for this distinctive carton and take home six bottles today. (1942) Nesbitt's California's Natural Drink. 5 cents. Sold Everywhere. Fountain Favorite for Years. Now in bottles, too. (1946) Nesbitt's is made from juice of California Valencia Oranges - flavor of orange peel, citric acid from lemon juice, sugar, pure water, and a refreshing dash of carbonation. The Nesbitt's Fruit Products Company was founded in 1924, named after its founder Hugh S. Nesbitt. The Nesbitt's brand debuted in 1927, initially as part of the company's line of soda fountain products. Nesbitt's began bottling Nesbitt's orange in either 1938 or 1939, putting it in direct competition with established market-leader Orange Crush. Nesbitt's became the US market leader of orange soda pop during the late 1940s and 1950s, with advertisements featuring a then-unknown model named Marilyn Monroe (1946) and proclaiming itself to be the "Largest selling bottled orange drink in the world". Nesbitt's own brand of orange beverage was surpassed in popularity by Fanta in the 1960s and faded in popularity. In 1972, the company was sold to The Clorox Company, and in April 1975, the bottling operation was sold to Moxie Industries, Inc. (now Monarch Beverage) of Atlanta. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Dr. Pepper Ads published today! (1961) Dr. Pepper and Ice Cream. Try a Frosty Pep... It's different... I like it! See how that wide, wonderful smile goes from here... all the way to here? How eyes light up? This is the look of a Dr. Pepper drinker. And it springs from the deliciously different flavor of this famous soft drink. Different because it is not a root beer, not a cola, not a single fruit flavor. Whether in bottle, cans or at the fountain. (1942) Dec 7, America's New Date for Resolutions - Created in 1885. Through 3 wars, and Building Solidly for the Peace to Come! Time out for Dr. Pepper is time gained for Uncle Sam. (1967) Hot Dr. Pepper Cups. Just heat Dr. Pepper or Diet Dr. Pepper in a saucepan until steaming hot. (1965) Annual Kooky Contest. Win the Time of Your Life. (1962) Gold Dinosaur Contest. The dinosaur is an original by Johnny Hart, creator of the comic strip "B.C." He also created Harmon and Bunion. (1962) Dr. Pepper Presents Harmon by Johnny Hart. (1968) Dodge Charger Sweepstakes. Charge! Get Goin' Again Sweepstakes. Win 7 Cars. The U.S. Patent Office recognizes December 1, 1885, as the first time Dr Pepper was served. It was introduced nationally in the United States at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition as a new kind of soda pop, made with 23 flavors. Its introduction in 1885 preceded the introduction of Coca-Cola by one year. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Florsheim Shoes Ads published today! (1988) Florsheim Comfortech with John Madden. Estes, Summit, Glenwood, Rustic. (1979) Designer Collection Shoes. The Tivoli. Some of the best things about our designer shoes are the things you can't see. (#10 in a series). (1980) Florsheim Lagunas. (1980) Tripoli and Vistas Shoes. Can you really afford anything less. (1988) Florsheim Comfortech Shoes. The Belmont tassel slip-on. The Belmont wing tip. The Hinsdale penny strap slip-on. Trademark of Interco Incorporated. (1987) Riva Moccasins. The Riva self strap slip-on. (1983) Florsheim Casual Leather Slip-On. (1980) The Scotts. (1978) Florsheim Weeds. Weeds are popping up in 3 exciting styles and 6 smart colors, all with a cushiony-soft inner sole for added comfort. (1954) Tattoo Pump. It's low-cut, lovely, and fits like a dream. (1934) Florsheim Leland Shoes. S-504. (1945) Brogies by Florsheim. The Campus The Logger and The Hiker. (1944) Dearborn Shoes. Built with Care for Longer Wear. (1949) Florsheim The Viking S-1111. (1963) The Glenfield, 20048 and The Canfield, 20623. (1944) Florsheim Black Suede Shoes. The Eve and The Accent Tie. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Stetson Shoes Ads published today! (1899) Stetson Shoes. The fine appearance of our Five Dollar Shoes is due to the way in which they are made. No. 109 is a specimen of one of our best summer tan shoes. It is made of tan box calf, put together in our own workmanlike and finished manner. Write for our booklet, Shoe Sense. E. H. Stetson & Company. Charles Austin Bates, New York. (1959) The Brent. Shoes for men. The Brent in Burnt Umber. (1958) Stetson Ivy Tie Shoes. Newest version of a modern classic in black soft grain and dark walnut selected calfskin. (1959) Corvette Shoes. A "dress up" low boot with a buckle strap that fits like all get out. (1959) Stetson Skymaster 1825 Shoes. Classiest Lightweight of them all. (1958) Casbah Shoes. The elegant manner with witch Stetson brings together fine leather and lustrous shantung silk leaves nothing more to be desired. Stetson Shoe Company was a maker of top-quality shoes from the 1800's thru 1973 when they finally closed the doors to their Weymouth, Massachusetts manufacturing plant. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Nunn Bush Shoes Ads published today! (1972) Nunn Bush Shoes. A man needs a choice. Most styles from $18.95 to $50.00; Nunn Bush Shoe Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201. (1981) Brass Boots. (1957) Nunn Bush Slip-Ons. Style 2721 Chalet Last, Deeptone Calf. Style 2581 Chalet Last, Deeptone Calf and Imported Gura Grain. Style 2502 Lo-Moc Last, Deeptone Calf. The always amazing Ankle-Fashioned snug-shape fit gives you superior Nunn-Bush comfort and good looks over added months of cost-free miles. Makers of Edgerton Shoes. (1957) Ankle-Fashioned Shoes. Style 2552 Clyde Last. Style 4522 Clyde Last. Style 2727 Clyde last. Stretch-Free Heel-Snug Ankle-Fashioning. (1956) Nunn Bush Versa-Tie Shoes. Concealed stretch-gores combined with ties, permit perfect adjustment at any stage of wear. Style 2309: Circular Tip Moccasin Style Versa-Tie. Style 1280: Plain Toe Versa-Tie. (1958) Nylons Shoes. Style 378 Trenton Last. Style 688 Chalet Last. Style 435 Dover Last. (1971) Nunn Bush Boots. New dawn of fashion. (1974) Suede and Patent Leather Shoes. (1970) Box Toe Shoes. Illustration: American box toe two tone - brown, tan or black - hooks and eyelets - 1905. (1947) Nunn Bush Ridgewood Last Shoes. Style 443. (1949) Ankle Fashioned Oxfords. Style 805. Full Leather Lined. (1945) Nunn Bush Commander Shoes. Style 2306. (1947) Nylon Mesh Shoes. Style 400. Smart Wing-Tip Style. (1949) Commander Last Shoes. Style 2392. (1956) Nunn Bush Cordova Last Shoes. Style 2583. Winton Last Style 2704. Coronet Last Style 2543. (1956) Lo-Cuts Shoes. Bermuda Last Style 2532, 2738 and 2537. (1946) Nunn Bush Clyde 824 Shoes. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Daniel Green Felt Shoe Company Ads published today! (1960) Daniel Green Malibu Slippers. Comfy Slippers all with soft padded insole. Pink, coral, red, turquoise, powder blue, dark blue, panama, white, brown, black. (1960) Frolic Comfy Slippers. (1958) Daniel Green Travelers Mens Slippers. Light-weight luxury in softest leather with "Comfy" padded soles. Black, Brown, Rust, Bamboo, Natural. (1985) Womens Slippers. Meg, Lotus, Joli. (1954) Daniel Green Indorables Slippers. Tulip in Black, Heaven Blue, Royal, Navy, Pink, Scarlet, White, Wine. Pow Wow in Black, Royal, Green, Red, Sand. Made by master craftsmen since 1882. (1897) Dolge Cushion Soles. Storm-proof, no rubbers needed. The ideal winter shoe. (1956) Daniel Green Napoli Comfy Slippers. In creamy-smooth black leather. Comes also in turquoise, dark blue, powder blue, buttercup, pink, red and white. (1955) Womens Comfy Slippers. Pow-Wow and Dormie. (1962) Daniel Green Bangkok Slippers. Oriental elegance plus American at-home ease, in glimmery brocade. In Ming blue, Persian red, white / gold, black. (1985) Outdorables. Taffy Sandal. Tammy Casual. Castaway sailcloth espadrille. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Gillette Company Ads published today! (1951) Gillette Razor with Bob Lemon. Like most other ball players, I prefer the Gillette Super-Speed Razor. It has them all beat for easy, refreshing shaves! More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Schick Ads published today! (1956) Schick Silver Jubilee Electric Shaver. 25. New Black-And-Silver Caddie Case is not only a handsome travel case but also doubles as handy holder on bathroom shelf. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Restaurant Ads published today! Taco Bell Border Lights 1995 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Records and Tapes Ads published today! Dave Brubeck Early Fantasies Album, Paul Whiteman Rhapsody In Blue Album, Longines Symphonette Album, Schlitz Beer Country Classics Album, Breck RCA Victor Album. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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