Page of Pres­i­dents

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - STYLE -

The Page of Pres­i­dents was an ad­ver­tis­ing con­test pub­lished in the Arkansas Gazette on May 16, 1917. Each of the 27 U.S. pres­i­dents to that date was spon­sored by a Lit­tle Rock busi­ness. Each spon­sor’s ad block in­cluded at least one mis­spelled word.

To­day we might have bonus boo­boos. How many er­rors can you find? (An­swers be­low.)

AN­DREW JOHN­SON.

Born De­cem­ber 29, 1808, Raleigh, N.C. Pres­i­dent at age 56; served from April 15, 1865, to March 4, 1869. Died age 66; buried Greenville, Tenn. He was a tai­lor, wife taught him to read and write. At one time he was tai­lor at Lau­rens, S.C. When both­ered buy catarrh, bron­chi­tis, asthma, head or chest colds, try the Vap-O-Rub treat­ment. Re­lieves by in­hala­tion and ab­sorp­tion. No stom­ach dos­ing. These sooth­ing med­i­cated va­pors are in­haled all night through the air pas­sages to the lungs, loos­en­ing the phlegm, aid­ing the body cells to drive out the in­vad­ing germs. Vick’s is ab­sorbed through the pores, re­duc­ing in­fla­ma­tion; 25¢, 50¢, or $1.00, at all drug­gists’. VICK’S CHEM­I­CAL COM­PANY. GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA

ULYSSES S. GRANT.

Born April 27, 1822, Point Pleas­ant, Ohio. Pres­i­dent age 46; served from March 4, 1869, to March 4, 1887. Died age 63. Buried Riverside, New York City. A true man and sol­dier. He re­fused to ac­cept Gen­eral Lee’s sword at Ap­po­mat­tox. KO­DAK FIN­ISH­ING our spe­cialty. Deal­ers in pro­fes­sional and ama­teur Pho­to­graphic Sup­plies, Fry’s and Cam­pana’s China Col­ors, Ar­chi­tects’ and School Draw­ing In­stru­ments; Artists ma­te­ri­als. Films de­vel­oped, 10¢ per roll, and any size. Prints from 2 cents to 6 cents each. Our Ko­dak fin­ish­ing is bet­ter than the best. If we can’t mete you, write us. We garan­tee to please. JUNGKIND PHOTO SUP­PLY CO. PHONE MAIN 541. 824 MAIN STREET.

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