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TAKE CARE OF YOUR EYES. Or, better still, let us do it for you. We are Specialists in Spectacles (with Certificate). JORMBTONE & HASLETT, CHEMISTS AMD OPTICIANS, 182 PRINCES STREET {Opposite Post Office),. CUMEDSM. COUGH MIXTURE FACTS. ~~ HOW TO MAKE A GOOD REMEDY AT HOME. SAVES AT LEAST 9/-. By a Qualified Chemist. Everybody knows that, a good cough arid cold remedy consists of two main (sections. The first section is the undiluted medicinal ingredients, or “essence” and the second is, of course, the necessary water and sweetening. The preparation of tho medicinal ingredients requires trained knowledge, but the water and sweetening can be added in the kitchen just as easily as in a factory. And more, you sat® a lot of money by doing so. Now, prove these facts by trying this Hean’s Essence recipe. Into a jug put four tablespoonfuls of sugar, three of treacle, two of vinegar and a largo breakfast-cupful of warm water. Stir till dissolved, pour into a big bottle, add one bottle of Hean’s Essence, and shake all together, 't here is no trouble, bother, or fuss of any' kind. Simply a pint of the finest cough and cold remedy you can possibly' obtain. A few drops to a child, or a spoonful to an adult, gives prompt and wonderful relief. It is pleasant to take, lasts a long time and never spoils. It eases tickling coughs, soothes sore throats, and removes sticky phlegm in a way that surprises folks. It is a handy and genuine remedy for hoarseness, croup, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, and the usual throat and lung troubles. ilean’s Essence is now sold by most chemists and stores, or post free on receipt of price, 2,'-, from G. W. Hean, Family Chemist, Wanganui. Wherever you buy, be mi® ws® got Mean’s, as no other ’sfiS j ” 83

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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