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Rubifoam for the Teeth

Date: 1870 - 1890 | Identifier: 12.1.29.2
The front of this card depicts three browned-haired young girls, all dressed in white, with the words "Use Rubifoam for the Teeth" appearing of the top left-hand side. The following words display at the bottom. This card is perfumed with "Hoyt's German Cologne the most fragrant and lasting of all perfumes, Trial size 25 cents, Medium Size 50 cents, Large bottles $1.00, Sold by all druggists, E.W. Hoyt and Co. Sole Manufacturers, Lowell, Mass." The reverse of the card first tells about Hoyt's German Cologne, "The most fragrant and lasting of all perfumes". Next is Rubifoam for the Teeth, "The most delightful, refreshing, agreeable and beneficial dentifrice ever placed before the public. Absolutely free from all injurious substances. No grit, no acid, deliciously flavored, keeps the teeth white, the breath sweet and the gums healthy. Beautifully put up." For Sale by James A. King and Co., Edward's House Block, Southbridge, Mass., Dealers in Watches, Clocks, Jewelery, Fancy Goods, Silver Ware, Stationary, Musical Instruments, etc. more...
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