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"One-fourth pound loaf sugar, one-fourth pound gum kino, one-fourth
ounce alum; put in a covered porcelain dish on stove in a quart of soft
water. Simmer down to one pint, gargle the throat every fifteen minutes,
or for small children use a swab. Bandage the throat with onion poultices;
this recipe has relieved when used as directed; was used by my mother and
proved effectual."





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