Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1911 Page: 5 of 8
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“I saw a pianist last night who can
play with his toes."
“Umph!—I've got a kid IS months
old can do that!”
COULD NOT STAND SUFFERING
FROM SKIN ERUPTION
RULES FOR IONU Lll-t
HUNGARIAN DOCTOR TELLS HOW
TO RETAIN HEALTH.
“I have been using Cuticura Soap
and Cuticura Ointment for the past
three months and I am g!ad to say-,
that they cured me of a most annoy-
ing skin eruption. It began by my no-
ticing red blotches appearing on my
face and scalp. Although they were
rather disfiguring. I did not think any-
thing of them until they began to get
scaly and dry and to itch and burn
until I could not stand the suffering.
Then I began to use a different soap,
thinking that my old kind might be
hurting me, but that didn’t seem to do
any good. I went to two different doc-
tors but neither seemed to relieve me
any. I lost, many nights’ sleep in con-
tinual scratching, sometimes scratch-
ing till I drew the blood on my face
and head. Then I started in to use
the Cuticura Remedies and in two
months I was entirely relieved of that
awful pest. I am so delighted over
my cure by Cuticura Remedies that l
shall be glad to tell anybody about
it.” (Signed) G. M. Macfarland, 221
West 115th St., New York City, Oct. 5,
Cuticura Soap (25c) and Cuticura
Ointment (50c) are sold tnroughout
the world. Send to Potter Drug &
Chem. Corp., sole props., 135 Colum-
bus Ave., Boston, for free book on
skin and scalp diseases and their
One Happy Condition.
"Wireless is a wonderful thing, isn’t
it? It’s going to take the place
of everything—telegraph, telephone,
thought transference—why, they even
transmit newspaper photographs that
“YeSj but there’s one thing they’l' :
never do with wireless.”
important to Mothers
Examine careluiiy every bottle oi
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 31) Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A Religious Innovation.
A certain well-brought-up little gir.
yawned at the breakfast table last
Sunday morning and ventured a poiite
proposition to her mother.
“I really don't feel at all like going
to church this morning,” she remark-
ed. “Can’t we just send cards?”
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'ackson St., Topeka, Kan.
"I suprose you are tempted to put
on airs since you own a motor car.”
"I should say not,” replied Mr.
Chuggius. “A man with a motor car
puts in most of his life apologizing.”
Happy Marriage Helps One to Resist
Old Age—Cardinal Precepts of
Clothing, Diet and Hygiene
In his book, lately published in the
Hungarian language and translated
into almost every modern tongue, Dr.
Lorand says that from recent reports
of the register offices of Austria, Ger-
many, we are justified in assuming
that though life is usually limited to
55 to 60 years it may occasionally be
prolonged to 100, or even more, by the
operation of certain internal and ex-
By studying these we may eventu
ally be able to prolong the lives of
many individuals beyond 80 or even
90, and to prolong our term of youth-
fulness by 10 or 20 years. We need
no longer grow old at 40 or 50. Thi3
can be brought about by improving
the functions of a certain few of the
glandular structures of the body, pro-
vided one or more of the main organs
have not already been too gravely
compromised by incurable organic
To prevent old age coming on too
soon the first condition necessary is
the possession of healthy ductless
glands (chief among them being the
thyroid, the adrenals, the pancreas and
the liver), and this depends upon her-
Marriage is an invaluable aid in the
struggle against old age. If married
life is one of the best means of resist-
ing the approach of old ase on the
other hand it is positively certain that
unhappy marriages are the surest
means of hastening its oncoming.
To avoid premature old age and ear-
ly death we have to follow the rules:
Wear loose collars, because a tight
collar presents obstacles to the free
circulation of the blood through the
Do not take too much meat, because
abundance of meat alters the ductless
Take large quantities of milk, this
being the extract of various glands,
and especially that of the thyroid.
Be us much as possible in the open
air, and especially in the sunshine;
and take plenty of exercise, taking
care to breathe deeply and regularly.
Take a bath daily, and, in addition
once a week or every two weeks, take
a Turkish or vapor bath.
Wear porous clothing, light hat nn<j
Go early to bed and rise early.
Sleep in a very dark, very quiet
room and with a window open, and do
not sleep less than six nor more thau
Have one complete day’s rest in
each week, without even reading or
Avoid mental disturbances or wor
Be temperate in the use of alcohol
and also fft the use of coffee or tea.
Avoid places that are overheated,
especially by steam, and badly venti-
Replace or reinforce the functions
of the organs which may have become
changed by age or disease, by means
of the extracts from the correspond-
ing organs of healthy animals. But
of course the application of this pre-
cept must be adapted to the individual
case.—The British Medical Journal.
A WOMAN’S KIDNEYS.
Are Often Responsible for Untold
Mrs. W. H. Kaiser, Whitney, Nebr.,
says: “Many times during the night
I was obliged to arise because of too
frequent passages of kidney secre-
tions. Again they be-
T-* ^ came scanty, were
very thick and attend-
ed by burning and
scalding. Soon a drop-
steal condition be-
' 11 £ ' came manifest and I
A'h. began to worry. My
feet and ankles were bloated and I
was in a bad way when I began with
Doan’s Kidney Pills. I used four
boxes and was entirely cured.”
Remember the name- Doan’s.
For salo by ail dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Nothing Ton iesd
for you. That’s why we want you
to take CASCARET3 fer liver and
| bowels. It’s not advertising talk—
but merit—the great, wonderful,
lasting merit of CiASCARKTS that
we wrant you to know by trial. Then
you’ll have faith—and join the mil-
lions who keep well by CASCA-
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treatment, utl druggists. Uiggest seller
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' Climatic Conversation.
“The weather is always a conveni-
ent topic of conversation."
"I don't think so. You are so often
compelled to think twice in order to
select polite phraseology.”
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end invigorate stomach, liver ami bowels.
Sugar-coated, tiny, granules, easy to take.
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Don’t forget that suffering is no
proof of sin, but sin is always prophet-
ic of suffering.
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Cures scalp di'cnsrs & hair falling.
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The family with -^oung children that Is
without sickness in the house now and
then Is rare, and so it is important that i
, the head of the house should know what I
i to do in the little emergencies that arise. 1
j A child with a serious ailment needs a
t doctor, it is true, but in the majority of
1 instances, as any doctor knows, the child
1 suffers frorh some intestinal trouble,
1 usually constipation.
There is no sense in giving it a pill or
a remedy containing an opiate, nor is
flushing of tlie bowels to be.always rec-
ommended. Rather give it a small dose
of a mild, gentle laxative tonic like Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which, by clean-
ing out the bowels and strengthening the
little stomach muscles, will Immediately
correct the trouble.
This is not alone our opinion but that
of .Mrs. N. II. Mead of i- n ep rt, Ivans.,
whose granddaughter lias been taking it
successfully and of Mrs. .). 13. Whiling
of Lena, AVIs., who gives it to her children
and takes it herself. It is gold in fifty
cent and one dollar bottles at every
drug store, but if you want to tesl it In
your family before you buy It send your
address to Dr. Caldwell and be will for-
ward a supply free of charge.
For the free sample address Dr. W. 13.
Onldwe.l, 201 Caldwell building, Monti-
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snake was 20 feet lung and you had It
only tar. feet long." The editor says
he is very sorry, but the error was un-
avoidable. “Wo were very much crowd-
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<md wit had to cut everything down."
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