National Geographic : 1939 Nov
27 YEARS OLD AND STILL THE LEADER ean Water a Cls adverti known way to keep toilets clean. (Also cleans p|u n 0 ing 27 yeaus ago Santon Ohi-Flush was advertised like this. And today, it is still the easiest and best known way to keep toilets clean. (Also cleans out auto radiators.) See directions on can. Sold by grocery, drug, hardware, and five-and ten-cent stores. l0c and 25c sizes. The Hygienic Products Co.. Canton. Ohio. Established 1868 Judd & Detweiler, Inc. Printers Eckington Place and Florida Avenue Washington, D. C. This Magazine is from our presses O UTDOORS in daylight, you shoot with assurance. Kodak 35 (f/3.5) stops most action, takes bright, clear pictures even on dull, dark days. Lens is the fine, fast Kodak Anastigmat Special f/3.5; shutter, a 1/200 second Kodamatic. Indoors at night under Photofloods, you can get snapshots clear and brilliant as you'd get outdoors in the daytime. Kodak 35 gives you sharp little negatives which, through modern photofinishing meth ods, lead to standard 2%3 x 4-inch pictures. You can make Kodachrome (full-color) trans parencies, too. Price, with Kodak Anastigmat Special f/3.5 lens, $33.50; with f/4.5 lens, $24.50; with f/5.6 lens, $14.50. FIELD CASE for the Kodak 35's, brown cowhide, removable wrap-around section, $6.50-complete with shoulder strap. At your dealer's . . . Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y . ONLY EASTMAN MAKES THE KODAK - R(.] '7±B "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."