This magazine, with special subject of food and living, is included here rather than in the section of Women's Magazines for its particular emphasis. Before 1906, it was known as WHAT TO EAT; Lamazow, in his 2005 Supplement, says it was later merged into TABLE TALK. The Library of Congress gives its dates as: 1896-1900, by Pierce and Pierce, Minneapolis MN; 1900-1916 by Pierce Publishing, Chicago IL. Here's a 1910 ad which tells their philosophy.