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Hood's Vegetable Pills

Date: 1870 - 1890 | Identifier: 12.1.7.16
Advertisement for Hood's Vegetable Pills depicting the bust of a rosy-cheeked girl with her hands propped on each side of her face. She is wearing a white mob cap and a blue dress with white lace. The picture is framed with gold-colored curlicues. The caption is: "Hood's Pills Cure Liver Ills." The reverse of the card states that Hood's Vegetable Pills are mild and efficient, prevents diseases of the liver and bowels, and cures constipation, nausea, and distresses in the stomach. The price is 25 cents per box, five boxes for one dollar. Prepared by C.I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. more...
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