Ridge's Food for Infants
Date: 1870 - 1890 |
Advertisement for Ridge's Food for Infants depicting two cherubs, one adding wood to an outdoor fire and the other pouring Ridge's Food into a kettle over the fire. In the upper right corner there is a mother feeding her baby. Six children are gathered around watching the mother and baby. The reverse of the card states that "Ridge's Food for Infants and Invalids has received the most unqualified approval from Physicians, Matrons and Mothers". Ridge's Food, though not a medicine, is invaluable for those with dysentery, diarrhea, and cholera. It is for table use and for puddings and custards. Woolrich & Co. more...