An early Diners Club credit card was advertised with the slogan, "Why should people be limited to spending what they are carrying in cash, instead of being able to spend what they can afford? written by Diners Club founder Frank McNamara.
From England, with its original labels and wire pull-topped cork. Listerine made many claims along the way to its current incarnation as America's mouthwash, being touted as a floor cleaner, cure for gonorrhea, remedy for colds and sore throats, and preventer of dandruff. The Lambert Company even marketed Listerine cigarettes in the 1920s.