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Carter's Little Nerve Pills

Date: 1870 - 1890 | Identifier: 12.1.9.14
Advertisement for Carter's Little Nerve Pills depicting a boy with a large dog on a leash and a girl rubbing the dog. The dog is obviously enjoying the attention. There is a tree and house behind them. The words in the lower right corner are: "Take Carter's Little Nerve Pills and be free from Nervousness and Dyspepsia. In tiny print at the bottom is Wemple's Company, New York. The reverse of the card also lists the following uses for Carter's Little Nerve Pills: sleeplessness, headache, indigestion, and weak stomach. Carter Medicine Co., New York. more...
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