Perry Davis' Pain Killer
Date: 1891 - 1891 |
Advertisement for Perry Davis' Pain Killer depicting an elderly gentleman teacher writing on the blackboard: "Perry Davis' Pain Killer for Internal & External Use Summer & Winter." The teacher has the attention of a boy holding several books in his hand and a little girl holding a doll behind her back. At the bottom left in tiny print is: Copyright, 1891 and on the bottom right is: Donaldson Brothers, N.Y. The reverse of the card states that "Perry Davis' Pain Killer is just what its name implies a killer of pain." Use it for slight ailments, cholera morbus, cramps, bowel troubles, cuts, bruises, and burns. more...