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Hop Pills

Date: 1870 - 1890 | Identifier: 12.1.43.2
Advertisement for Hop Pills depicting two well dressed gentlemen standing in front of a storefront with a sign, Hop Mill M'f'g Co. over the door. The sickly man to the right is telling the other man that he is suffering and no remedies have helped him. The healthy man on the left tells the sickly man to try Hop Pills which will cure him. The reverse of the card has words of wisdom, some of them about Hop Pills. They are sugar-coated, small, and easy to take. The pills are a cure for headache, nervousness, liver complaints, constipation, kidney troubles, and rheumatism. A bottle is 25 cents. Also mentioned is Lyon's Sarsaparilla, the best blood purifier and cost $1.00 per bottle. more...
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