Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 18, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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Mrs. White, Unable to Sleep TelU
: How She Brought Back
I Natural Sleep.
Rridget had successiuuy
up to all the other theoretical requlre-
meuts of Mrs. Honeymoon, and that
good little lady was on the point of
engaging her as cook and ge“e™‘
houseworker, when the thought of the
woman's references Hashed across the
young housekeeper’s mind.
“I like your looks," she said, an
everything you say about your abili-
ties, Bridget, fits In with the exact
requirements of Mr. Honeymoon and
myself. The wages you ask seem
reasonable, and we are perfectly wi
ing to pay them, but, of course,
must have something In the nature o
a reference before finally deciding, j
suppose you have something of tnat
"Oh, yls, mum,” replied the candf
date: "sure and Ol wouldn't t’lnk o
Gastonia, N. C. Mrs. £
of this city, says: "I >
several years with womai
I could not rest at night.
I began t-------
an’s tonic, and before
one bottle I <-----
taking Cardul, the worn-
; 3 I bad finished
could sleep well. It Just
acted like a charm.
Since taking Cardul I have been in
better health than for ten years. U
is the best medicine I ever used, it
did me more good than the doctors.
I can certainly recommend Cardul
to all suffering women, for I have
been greatly benefited by its use. It
will build them up.
Cardul has been worth its weight
In gold to me, for now I am well and
No matter how long-standing the
trouble, Cardul will help. It is *
tonic remedy. It is prepared for wom-
en to bring relief from womanly ail-
ments. , ..
It helps sleeplessness, one of tne
most common symptoms of nervous
breakdown. It helps build nerves and
Made from strictly vegetable in-
gredients, it has no ill-effects on any
organ of the body, but acts naturally
n—Society is a funny thing,
n—A girl is not "in it” until
PIMPLES ON FACE 3 YEARS
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"I was troubled with acne for three
long years. My face was the only part
affected, but it caused great disfigure-
ment, also suffering and loss of sleep.
At first there appeared red, hard
pimples which later contained white
matter. I suffered a great deal caused
by the itching. I was in a state of
perplexity when walking the streets
or anywhere before the public.
"I used pills and other remedies but
they failed completely. I thought of
giving up when nothing would help,
but something told me to try the Cuti-
cura Soap and Ointment. I sent for
a Cuticura Booklet which I read care-
fully. Then I bought some Cuticura
Soap and Ointment and by following
New York Illy.
Chance for Him.
Gerald—People can gfet used to any-
Geraldine—Then why not cheer up?
The deserving poor do not always
deserve to be.
Ambition is a good thing, but don t
The Man With the umorena.
A sculptor’s adventure during the
taxi strike is told by a Paris contem-
porary. The artist is renowned for his
resourcefulness nnd his humor. O'’®1"
of rain near din-
____"3 in a doorway.
taxi to be obtained,
“This winter air is nice and fresh,
said the brisk citizen.
“That's where you are wrong, r
plied the man from Chicago. "It’s U
same old air; it only seems fresh b
cause it lias been in cold storage.
fly higher than you can
KTrtT.eS clV5tJw.HMl, water
ami building material
“Last Best PWJ
Canadian Government Agent.
125 W. Ninth St., Kansas City. Mo.
l’loase write to the agent nearest yon
% to location
ay rates’ ami
• rs’ rul
Last Best West,
taken by a downpour
ner time, be took refuge
There was no 1—1 l-
the fiacres that passed were full, an
there was no prospect of the rain
abating. At the moment a gentleman
passed, well dressed and carrying a i
largo umbrella. The sculptor saw his
opportunity, shook bands with the
stranger and installed himself under
the umbrella. It was a coincidence
that they should have met; he had
been looking out for his acquaintance
for the past fortnight. He talked n
cessantly about a hypothetical family
nthor matters until they reached
Lumbago, Rheumatism ana Lnim.mm,
There is nothing that gives so qmck
benefit as Hunt's Lightning Oil. The
very minute it is rubbed on the im-
provement is noticed. For over thir y
years this Liniment has been acknowl-
edged to be the best for these troubles.
Every druggist will recommend it.
Price 25c and 50c per Bottle.
The New Wife.
Hubby—My dear, won’t you sew on
a button for me before you go out.'
His New Wife—The cook may pos-
sibly do it for you. But please bear
I In mind you married a typewriter, not
But afraid to eat—
Afraid of the distress that
Cheer up—Get a bottle of
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will aid you, too.
To keep artificial teeth and bridge-
work antiseptically clean and free
from odors and disease germs, Paxtino
Antiseptic is unequaled. At drug-
gists, 25c a box or sent postpaid on re-
ceipt of price by The Paxton Toilet
Co., Boston, Mass.__
Cooking as an Art.
Frost—What kind of a cook is Daw-
friend who is taking us for a
teroplane startles us by
eavy wrench, so that It
a man in the road,
i do that?" we ask. seeing
-----the man’s fright.
country justice of the
scooting the machine
dropping a heavy
narrowly missed a
"Why did you (.- F
him chuckle over
“That's a c---
peace.” be says, i
up “He used to fine mo
day for fast driving In my automo-
Kill the Flies Now and Prevent
disease. A DAISY FLY KILLER will do It.
Kills thousands. Lasts all season. 15 cents
each at dealers or six sent prepaid for *1.00.
H. SOMERS, 150 Do Kalb Aw, Brooklyn, N.Y.
If a girl really wants a man's love
she returns it.
The dyspeptic, the dehllltaUd,,
excess of work of ml ml or body,
' MALARIAL REGIt
Oklahoma Seed House,
Oklahoma City, No. 16-1912.
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Queen City Times. (Agra, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 18, 1912, newspaper, April 18, 1912; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911259/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.