Kurokol (pronouced Cure-Ah-Cold) for Colds Coryza, Coughs, and La Grippe', unopened cork-top bottle put out by the "Cooper Medicine Co of Dayton Ohio". Bottle measured 5 1/4" tall by 1 3/4" by 1". The paper label is 100% intact, super clean and legible.
Kurokol for colds and coughs -- Note that its chemical formula is almost identical to that of "Piso's Cure." The label reads, "manufactured exclusively for 'International Proprietaries, Inc.," which may explain other words on the labels, such as "La Grippe", which is nothing more than the Spanish (and probably also the French) word for "cold." The bottle's color and the fact that it lists the ingredients on the label indicate that it was manufactured after the passage of the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906.
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