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Hartshorn's Sarsaparilla & Iron

Date: 1870 - 1890 | Identifier: 12.1.27.3
The front of the card depicts a young girl wearing a tam on her head with her arms around a large dog. The words "Hartshorn's Sarsaparilla & Iron, The Largest Bottle, Best Medicine, the Lowest Price." The reverse of the card states "Save the Diseases of the Season. Every deviation from a natural healthy condition is indicative of danger. Do not trifle with the first symptoms of disease: a few hours may confirm its attacks. Hartshorn's Sarsaparilla and Iron is nature's simple but sure tonic alternative. Try it now. It purifies the blood and strengthens the organs pleasantly and quickly." E. Hartshorn & Sons, Boston, "have for 40 years furnished the choicest medicines and cooking flavors." more...
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