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1886 WINSLOW MORPHINE SYRUP  FOR  CHILDREN

Winslow’s Soothing Syrup contained 65 mg of morphine, another opiate analgesic, per fluid ounce and was used “for children teething.

 Sniffly noses? Breathing through their mouths? They can't think of anything that turns guys off more, huh? What about guys bodily habits in general---even when they're healthy. Ew! I'm still lookin' for those old ads that preach how men need to clean up their looks, behavior, etc so they don't turn women off.  back at you guys at the Mentholatum company!

1940 - "Men hate sniffly noses" Because in addition to felling like crap, I need to worry about what "men" think.

Oh my gosh! Thank God for science research updating society on this issue!

This is a negative ad because a cigarette company is trying to influence a pregnant mother to smoke their brand of cigarettes because they taste good and because it will make the baby skinner when it is born.

Victorian ad showing doctor treating woman's "hysteria" by 'pelvic massage'.

Victorian ad showing doctor treating woman's "hysteria" by 'pelvic massage'. That always cures my 'hysteria' ⊙.

Tobacco for the baby - what more can you say? Can't believe this was ever in print.

TUMMY TROUBLES: anti nervous, anti-dyspeptic for a strange looking child with hair loss.

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The Top 15 Most Dangerous, Offensive, Racist, False and Sexist Vintage Ads

This is the most 70's thing I will ever see, and I've watched "Wizards" like, a hundred times.

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Cocarettes. Cocaine cigarettes. Number 1: They are not injurious.

From the late Cocaine cigs. Same ingredient (coca leaf) as Coca Cola, Can you imagine a Coke and a smoke at break time?

The Lump In My Pants Means I Love You

The Lump In My Pants Means I Love You - vintage retro antique kitsch book pulp novel

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