Saturday, January 15, 2011

LePage's Tube Glue, 1919

LePage's Tube Glue, 1919
LePage's Tube Glue, 1919, originally uploaded by Gatochy.

Click image for 1111 x 1500 size. From Taschen's "All-American Ads 1900-1919".

"Never too late to mend
with the Universal Mender

Mending is saving. To mend is to be thrifty. And thrift, after all, is just plugging up the leaks - it's waste-prevention.

Nothing will help you stop the waste-leaks around the home more efficiently and easily than a Tube of LePage's Glue.

Every day you will find something to mend or make with it. No matter what it is, 'it's never too late to mend'. Jot down on paper what it would cost to replace the mended articles. At the end of the year add up the total cost. The amount saved will astonish you. That's money made!

LePage's Liquid Glue in the Handy Tube is but 15 cents. Only glue that is scientifically acknowledged standard for 50 years.

The New Tube with its Spreader is easy to work with and clean to handle. See below how it works. The Spreader fits into the neck of the Tube and acts as Stopper. The Spreader, therefore, can never be lost - glue, tube and spreader, 'inseparable', always ready for instant use. No waste - no muss - no fuss! Keep a tube in the house.

LePage's is for sale at department, hard-ware, stationary and drug stores. Russia Cement Company, Gloucester, Mass."

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