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HOME-MADE COUCH SYRUP.

a recipe mothers should keep: Don't neglect couglis and colds. They are dangerous—especially the couglis of the young children. The moment a cough starts, a teaspoonful of., pine tar cougli syrup should he given every liour or two. This can he readily made at homo, by stirring 2 OK. of bitrate of tar, readily obtainable of any chemist", into a syrup made by dissolving half a pound of sugar in half a pint of hot water. When cold it is. ready for use and you have a pint of healing, soothing and pleasant tasting cough syrup at much le&s cost than you could possibly buy it ready made. It quickly gives, relief and also helps to prevent bronchial a*nd catarrhal complaint? arid other affections of the throat, chest and lungs, which so, often follow coughs and colds. „ . : IF YOTT HAVE A, cough, cold, bronchitis cr influewwi and- you are looking for a quick, saf3, nnd certain remedy with which to fignt them, nothing will give smcili quick and sure relief as Chamberlain's Cough Hemcv'y. The first do?,e soothes your throat, stops the tio.Ukng, and gives relief.—SoH by all Cherrnscs "and Storekeepers. ' The wai' necessitated the use in Government . offices in England of 35,000- "typewriters, valued- at over £1.000.000. . ... .-.-:%.

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HOME-MADE COUCH SYRUP., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9611, 16 May 1919

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HOME-MADE COUCH SYRUP. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9611, 16 May 1919

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