From the phenomenal Early Advertising of the West 1867-1918 collection, quackery section, click to enlarge for entire poem.
..so I sent for GOLDEN REMEDY
(As sly as sly can be)
And I put it in John's supper
And I put it in his tea...
It was smoothest kind of sailing
For little Doctor Me...
"Since John he quit a-drinking!"
I can't say it times enough!
And he hates and loathes a liquor
As he would a poison stuff.
(Golden Treatment for Alcoholism (1911) Dr. J.W. Haines Company, Westerner, Vol 13 (6), pg. 21, http://content.lib.washington.edu/u?/advert,382)
I recommend the children dancing around a bottle of Rainier beer like a Maypole as a lovely followup.
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