Dodd's Pills

Helpful Hints for Housekeepers, published by Dodd's Medicine Co. Ltd., 1928. Image depicts page 34 and shows an advertisement for Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets.

This is an advertisement for Dodd's Pills. These pills were made around the 1900's. Dodd's was a company that made health remedies. There were three different types of pills: Dodd's Kidney Pills, Diamond Inner Pills and Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets. The Kidney Pills were for back aches, headaches, diabetes and rheumatism. The Dyspepsia pills were for indigestion and all diseases of the stomach and bowels. These pills were packaged in a tin can, rolled in paper, or sold in a cardboard box.

Helpful Hints for Housekeepers, Dodd's Medicine Co. Ltd., 1928.
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