HOW TO PREVENT CROUP.
SOSO6 RIADIJiG THAT Wttt EROYX CrTBUST* ISO W> YOUNG XOTKKBS. SOW «O OVa&ftS AOAIKST THB DISXASK.
Croop a a terror to yoeng mothers, and to post Oram ooocenuog the c*uae, firs* &ymp> J 0 ™* "2? tee >s tb« object of this ftrao. The origin of croap is a wnmon coW. Children wl»o are subject to it take cold very ewHly, and croop ia almost sure to foUow. The fim symptom is hoaraerces ; thie n won foUowedly a peculiar rough I cough, which n easily recognised and inll! never be forgotten by one who has heard it. i *««««. Xbere » no danger m giving this
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HOW TO PREVENT CROUP., Press, Volume LIV, Issue 9733, 22 May 1897
HOW TO PREVENT CROUP. Press, Volume LIV, Issue 9733, 22 May 1897
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