I'm researching for my novel, which takes place in 1919, and came across a scan of a fantastic magazine article from the Ladies Home Journal, July 1916.
It's via the Wearing History blog (which is awesome, by the way).
As a magazine editor, I think it's fun to see that multiple-product pages (always a headache to produce) aren't a recent invention. Don't you love the automobile tent at the bottom, which is "Ready for No End of a Good Time"?
If you can't read the tiny print, surf on over to the original post and click on the image for a high-res version; it's worth it, especially to read the menu. "Cold Boiled Tongue in Glass" sounds delightfully gross, but the "Hot Scrambled-Egg and Bacon Sandwiches" would be fantastic on a picnic today.