This pamphlet, possibly published by Johnson's Drug Store, says, "Every family should keep a few remedies in their house in case of an emergency or complaints. The following list of remedies includes only the 'best' cures for diseases in the 1900s.
For Coughs and Colds - Johnson's Cough Syrup, Price 25c
For Diarrhea Dysentery, etc.- Johnson's Diarrhea Cordial, Price 25c
For Sores, Cuts, Wounds, burns, etc.- ROSS'S MAGIC HEALING SALVE, Price 25c
It is unclear what the medicinal ingredients were in the salves and cordials listed.
These remedies were sold at ARTHUR S. JOHNSON'S DRUG STORE."
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