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Date: 1870 - 1890 | Identifier: LL02.
With striking light blue eyes and a lightly made-up face a sweet young girl dressed in a peach dress with an unusual blue piece of fabric draping her lap; rest her head in her hands as she ponders "The Problem". The text on the front of the card reads, "What-Worries Her? She is Trying To Solve The Cas-Car-Ria Problem. What is Cas-Car-Ria? What Is The Problem?" The reverse of the card poses the problem of hourly wage for a man, Henry, and a woman, Clarence. The card continues to say that Cas-Car-Ria will cure maladies as weak nerves, digestion, dyspepsia and eases the clogged liver. If used wisely Cas-Car-Ria will cure female weakness also. The card warns not to delay treatment because the ailments listed above may lead to incurable diseases that Cas-Car-Ria will cure. It also advices patrons to ask the Druggist "Frank M. Wilson" whose name is on the card. more...