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REALLY GOOD COUGH SYRUP. HOW TO MAKE IT AT HOME. By a Qualified Chemist. Thousands of people now make their own good family cough and cold remedy from the following prescription. It saves such a lot of money, and does such a lot of good, that its quick popularity is easily accounted for. Obtain from your chemist or store one bottle of Hean’s Essence and mix it with treacle, sugar, and water as per simple directions on Hean’s Essence label. This will make one pint of really good cough, cold and gore throat remedy. It is nice to take, is warming, soothing, comforting, lasts a long time and never spoils. It gives twelve shillings' worth for 2s. A few drops may bo given to a child and a spoonful to an adult. Each dose should be sipped slowly to allow the mixture to lubricate the throat as much as possible, and to help its warming, soothing and curing effects. For influenza, asthma, croup, whooping, and other coughs this mixture proves a boon wherever used. Mean’s Essence can now be obtained from most chemists and stores, or post free on receipt of price, 25.. from G. W. Hean, Family Chemist, Wanganui. Wherever you buy, be sure you gst Hean’s Essence, as no other will do. 25

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914

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