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Tobacco or snuff habit cured or no pay. Suberba Tobacco Remedy destroys all craving for cigarettes, cigars, pipe, chewing or snuff. Original and only remedy of its kind. Used by over 500,000 men and women. Perfectly harmless. Full treatment sent on trial. Costs $1.50 if it cures. Costs nothing if it fails. Write today for complete treatment. Superba Co. N 66 Baltimore.

Tobacco or snuff habit cured or no pay. Suberba Tobacco Remedy destroys all craving for cigarettes, cigars, pipe, chewing or snuff.

My grandmother smoked these to "treat" her asthma in the 1920s when she was a teenager. Dr. Batty's Asthma Cigarettes Cigarettes with unknown contents claimed to provide temporary relief of everything from asthma to colds, canker sores and bad breath. "Not recommended for children UNDER 6." pinner says

22 Vintage Adverts That Would Be Banned Today

nsydeout: “ Smoke cigarettes to cure asthma? But the funniest shit is the very last line, “Not recommended for children under ” so i should start smoking?

Scottish Square Sliced Sausage (aka Lorne Sausage). Have in a roll spread with tomato sauce. Nothing to beat it.

How to Make Scottish Lorne Sausage

Seriously Scary Radioactive Products From The 20th Century

Seriously Scary Radioactive Products From The 20th Century

Radium Cigarettes and other Seriously Scary Radioactive Products From The Century

Listerine was invented 133 years ago, first as a surgical antiseptic, but also as a cure for gonorrhea (don’t try that at home). An article from 1888 recommends Listerine “for sweaty feet, and soft corns, developing between the toes.” Over the course of the next century, it was marketed as a refreshing additive to cigarettes, a cure for the common cold, and as a dandruff treatment. But it was in the 1920s that the powerful, germ-killing liquid finally landed on its most lucrative use as a…

6 Hugely Successful Products Originally Invented for Something Else

Christine Cover's Lesson Idea - 6 Hugely Successful Products Originally Invented for Something Else

You could also try not smoking. Betcha your throat won't be burning anymore. Vintage Medicine Ads of the 1920s

Fougera & Co.’s Allenburys Glycerine & Black Currant Pastilles – One Cigarette Too Many

Silver nitrate cure - ca. 1920. Photograph of an advertisement printed in the "Houston Chronicle" that depicts a "before and after" treatment for cigarette smoking called the Silver Nitrate Cure. The advertisement uses pictures of an unidentified young man to show how this cure changes the desire for cigarettes. George Fuermann "Texas and Houston" Collection, 1836-2001. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries (Public Domain).

Silver nitrate cure - ca. 1920. Photograph of an advertisement printed in the "Houston Chronicle" that depicts a "before and after" treatment for cigarette smoking called the Silver Nitrate Cure. The advertisement uses pictures of an unidentified young man to show how this cure changes the desire for cigarettes. George Fuermann "Texas and Houston" Collection, 1836-2001. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries (Public Domain).

1895 Narcoti-Cure Ad ~ Cures the Tobacco Habit ~ Will Bradley Art

1895 Narcoti-Cure Ad ~ Cures the Tobacco Habit ~ Will Bradley Art Give up smoking! Get hooked on heroine.

Mmm, deviled tongue....

Taste the tempting taste of sugar cured, hickory smoked ham or tender tongue beef. Includes recipes for Deviled Tongue Timbale and Deviled Ham Stuffed Eggplant.

Hog Head Cheese - Inspired by a 1920's recipe, this vintage recipe is packed with pork and has a fantastic vinegar and chili flake kick! A fantastic addition to a charcuterie board. #zestyrecipe #vintagerecipe

Hog Head Cheese

Hog Head Cheese - Inspired by a recipe, this vintage recipe is packed with pork and has a fantastic vinegar and chili flake kick! A fantastic addition to a charcuterie board.

This photograph of a Chinese man smoking opium with his cat in San Francisco (1950's) became a best-selling souvenir postcard of that city.

This photograph of a Chinese man smoking opium with his cat in San Francisco became a best-selling souvenir postcard.

How To Make Sausages.A Traditional, Cumberland Sausage.Showing the whole process.Based on a 1920`s recipe,We hand blend our own natural seasoning,them mix ou...

How To Make Sausages.A Traditional, Cumberland Sausage.Based on a recipe,We hand blend our own natural seasoning,them mix ou.

Indeed, in countries with long seafaring and fishing traditions—Portugal, Spain, France, Iceland, Sweden—canned fish and shellfish are a pleasure of everyday life, something to be enjoyed with tapas or relished on a slab of black bread or with a glass of wine. And yet, Fallon points out, America (which has a storied seafaring past as well) once had its own robust tinned-fish industry, one that’s diminished since the 1920s.From left: Sardines in olive oil, mussels in escabèche (an acidic…

The 5-Star Restaurant That Serves Canned Food

A New York City restaurant specializing in smoked, cured, and canned seafood takes its inspiration from a beloved European culinary tradition.

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