~ What Shall I Eat? The Housewife’s Manual, by Miss E. Neill, 1892
~ Woman’s Bi-Centenary Committee Souvenir, Detroit 1701 - 1901via Internet Archive"The Cause of All Disease is Microbes (so says science)"The story of William Radam and his Microbe Killer

~ Woman’s Bi-Centenary Committee Souvenir, Detroit 1701 - 1901
via Internet Archive

"The Cause of All Disease is Microbes (so says science)"

The story of William Radam and his Microbe Killer

~ Tried and True. Tennessee Model Household Guide, by Mollie Huggins, 1897
~ Vivilore: The Pathway To Mental and Physical Perfection, Mary Ries Melendy, 1904
~ How Girls Can Help Their Country, W. J. Hoxie, 1913
~ Vivilore: The Pathway To Mental and Physical Perfection, Mary Ries Melendy, 1904
~ Mackenzie’s Laboratory, June 1922via Grace’s Guide"A great Physician said he never had a Cold although constantly in the way of infection, simply because he KEPT HIS NOSE IN ORDER."Also, Arsenical Soap.

~ Mackenzie’s Laboratory, June 1922
via Grace’s Guide

"A great Physician said he never had a Cold although constantly in the way of infection, simply because he KEPT HIS NOSE IN ORDER."

Also, Arsenical Soap.

~ How She Became Beautiful, A Guide to the Cultivation and Preservation of Beauty, by Mrs. A.H. Emms, 1890
~ Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound, 1905
via Flickr"….the distinguised physician told her anxious husband that she was suffering from an acute case of nervous prostration brought on by female trouble, and hinted at an operation."

~ Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound, 1905
via Flickr

"….the distinguised physician told her anxious husband that she was suffering from an acute case of nervous prostration brought on by female trouble, and hinted at an operation."

dandyads:

~ Smith Brothers’ Cough Drops, 1918"Just enough charcoal to sweeten the stomach and aid digestion."

dandyads:

~ Smith Brothers’ Cough Drops, 1918

"Just enough charcoal to sweeten the stomach and aid digestion."
~ Hygiene for the Worker, by William H. Tolman, Ph.D. and Adelaide Wood Guthrie, 1912"REMEMBER: Good food is cheap and will taste as good as expensive food if you chew it long enough."

~ Hygiene for the Worker, by William H. Tolman, Ph.D. and Adelaide Wood Guthrie, 1912

"REMEMBER: Good food is cheap and will taste as good as expensive food if you chew it long enough."

~ Singleton’s Nashville Business Directory for 1865via Internet Archive

~ Singleton’s Nashville Business Directory for 1865
via Internet Archive

yeoldenews:

(source: The Atchison Globe, May 29, 1880.)

yeoldenews:

(source: The Atchison Globe, May 29, 1880.)

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dandyads:

Sugar Information Inc., 1965

"Play safe with your young ones - make sure they get sugar every day."

dandyads:

Sugar Information Inc., 1965



"Play safe with your young ones - make sure they get sugar every day."
~ The House-Keeper’s Pocket-Book, And Compleat Family Cook: Containing Above Twelve Hundred Curious and Uncommon Receipts in Cookery, Preserving, Candying, Pastry, Pickling, Collaring, &c., by Mrs. Sarah Harrison, 1760