Studio portrait of Dr. H. Slippern who practiced medicine in Fosston, Minnesota, 1904-1909. Handwritten on the back: "Dr. Slippern, Fosston, MN. Dr. Allen Sather (Norman's father) bought Dr. Slippern's medical practice in 1909. Dr. Slippern left for Poulsbo, Wash. Died there, 1947, 84 yrs old."
Label reads:Mark's Celebrated Eye Water, Dr. Bendeke's formula. Guaranteed by P. M. Mark Medicine Co., under the Food and Drugs Act, June 30, 1906. Serial No. 15406. Mark's Eye Water is the best on the market today for the cure of all diseases of the eye, acute or chronic, and wakness of Vision from any cause. Instructions: 3 to 10 drops in eye two or three times a day as your case requires. Prepared only by P. M. Mark Medicine Co., Manufacturers of Mark's Celebrated Remedies, Fosston, Minn.
Label reads: Mark's Hand and Face Lotion. 5 per cent alcohol. A delightful preparation for chapped hands, rough skin, windburn, sunburn and after shaving. Directions: On retiring at night wash hands in warm soft water. Apply Lotion to the dry skin., rub till it almost disappears. It renders teh skin delightfully soft, smooth and white. Apply before retiring at night for best results. An excellent remedy for aching, swollen, tired, sweating feet. Apply at night. Prepared only by P. M. Medicine Company, Mfgr of Mark's Celebrated Remedies, Fosston, Minn.
Peter M. Mark's Livets Nerve Og hjertestyrkende draaber En virksam Kraftig og forfriskende Blod renser. Et paalideligt Legemiddil for Hjertestygdom, Siet Fordoelse, Svekkelse af Fordeiliserorganerne, daarlig appetit, Hoved pine, Neuralgia. Doses - For Voxne, 1 Teske 3 gange daglig. Preperet kuns ved Peter M. Mark, Fabrikant af Mark's Broemte Hjaelpedmidlier for Sygdomstillfaelder, Fosston, Minn. Pris 50 cents.
Label reads: Mark's New Balsam with Tar. Contains 5% alcohol, 1 2/3 minims chloroform per Fl. Oz. For all Diseases of the Lungs, Throat and Chest, such as Cough, Croup, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, La Grippe. Directions: Adults, 1 teaspoonful; Child 12 years old, 40 drops; Child 6 years old, 25 drops; Child one year old, 15 drops; Child 6 months old, 10 drops. The above doses to be taken 3 or 4 times a day as required. Prepared only by P. M. Mark, manufacturer of Mark's Celebrated Remedies, Fosston, Minn.
Label reads: Cormontan's Pinaret Syrup, Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. (Creosoted) Chloroform 4 Min. to Fl Oz., Ammonium Chloride, White Pine, Wild Cherry, Pine Tar, Oil of Eucalyptus, Menthol, Creosote, Glycerin, Honey and Sugar Syrup. For COUGHS due to COLDS. Directions: Adults take a teaspoonful every hour till 4 doses are taken, then take every 3 of 4 hours for 2 or 3 days if needed. Children: 9 to 12 yrs. 2/3 teaspoonful; 4 to 9 yrs, 3/4 teaspoonful; 3 to 6 yrs, 1/2 teaspoonful. Give 3 times daily 4 hours apart, and one dose during night if desired. Sip slowly to obtain the most benefit. Important: Persistent coughs may be serious. If a cough persists for ten days or if accompanied by high temperature, discontinue preparation and consult your physician. Net 6 FL OZS., No. 48, E. H. Cormontan, Druggist, Fosston, Minn., Distributors.
Framed oval studio portrait with curved glass of Tena Hegland Johnson (1886-1975). The label on front of the hand-colored photograph reads, "Tina Johnson, nurse during World War 1." The label on the reverse reads: "Mrs. Tena Heglund Johnson, Fosston." Johnson served in the Army Nurse Corp in 1918 and was later a nurse at the Fosston Hospital.