Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 7, 1962 · Page 34
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 34

Eureka, California
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Saturday, April 7, 1962
Page 34
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Shrinks Hemorrhoids 1 ::: New Way II Without Surgery j STOPS ITCH-RELIEVES PAIN | For the first time science has found n new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain--without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Mostamnzingof all--results were .so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance {Bio-Dyne*) --'discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in Kiipjmnitory or ointment form under the name Preparation H®. Ask for it at all drug counters. Don't Let Sluggish Kidneys Cause Why suffer _ 5#)ni backache, loss of en _ ergy or body pains often caused by s i m p l e k i d n e y slowdown? Try DcWitl's Pills for analgesic relief of pain. DeWitt's Pills also give stimulating diuretic action U help increase kidney output and reduce minor bladder irritations. For palliative relief of symptomatic troubles caused by sluggish kidneys . . . Try De Wilt's Pills M E D I C A T E D OINTMENT REtlEVES £ INTENSE ITCHING 1 Cuticura ' · ' O I N T M E N T 'How To Hold ill FALSE TEETH 1 More Firmly in Place i Du your false teeth annoy and em- ·;: biirniss by slipping, dropping or wob- »t blini; when you eat, laugh or talk? -; Just sprinkle n tittle. FASTEETH on SI y n u r plates. Thlsalkul lilt; (lion-acid) *?. powder holds false teetli more firmly ;:: and more comfortably. No gummy. ··· iwicv. pasty tiiste or feeling. Does not ;:: sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture «· b r e a t h ) . Get FASTEETH today at ;r. ilmy counters everywhere. "j E Kites in Central Florida hilli, ivc area 5395. no money down. mih · Suburb of Ocala. high and oads. militia · 22 mild to Gulf l : tt'h. hunt · Invest or reiire. I I lll.i: color folder - Wriie Dcpl. .'21- O. ark. Box J 2 t , OCAIJl. Fla. FALSE TEETH BREAK? Pnnn Now repair them tmaa uruuc at«"""'" a ""'"· *i--- NEWo Aninzinu /'/nlr- BWrf I repairs clear and pink plates nml replocea teeth. Simply flow on- put together. Worka every time- holdt) like new or money back. Quips and Quotes Junior and the Table Iln has left his mark upon the legs, He has nicketl the drawers, but you can bet There?* plenty slill for him to do-He ftnsn'l scratched the surface yet. --Stephen Schlitzer An American couple was honeymooning in South America. In one city, the groom left his bride in the hotel room and inadvertently took both keys, locking her in. The bride phoned the desk for somebody to come up and free her. Nobody came. She phoned a second and third time; still her pleas were ignored. When the young husband returned, he found the bride in tears. Indignantly he rushed to the main desk and demanded to know why they had refused to come to his wife's aid. "Sefior," replied the desk clerk, "in this country when a husband wants his wife locked in, she stays locked in!" --John L. Powers Tlie head of the household stalked angrily into the kitchen one morniny. "Tliat daws/liter of ours has been in my mallet again, taking an advance on her allowance," lie shouted. "I won't haue it!" "Now," said the wife calmly, "how can you be sure it was our daughter? Why, it could have been me." "Oil, no," the husband replied, "I know it, wasn't, you-there's some money left!" --V. D. Palat "You're offering a nickel for me to disappear/ What are you -- some kind of a nut?" The 12-year-old delivery boy was left alone in the drugstore while the pharmacist went on a personal errand. The phone rang and the youngster picked it up in a businesslike manner. "Good afternoon," he said briskly. "Corner drugstore." "Do you have tincture benzocaine in an aqueous'solu- tion?" a woman asked. "Ma'am," the boy replied helplessly, "when I said 'good afternoon,' I told you all I know about the drug business." --Harry Ramsey Junior TREASURE Chest Edited by MARJORIE BARROWS, Editor of The Children', Hour Word Square By Edna M. Doncr 1. 2. 3. -4. 5. i n i i K u Bo* 1731. Dopt. 2 F 1. To proceed in military order 2. To idolize 3. Little wheel used on spurs ·I. Fat part of milk 5. Steering parts of ships Answers: ·siniaq -y '.mua.iD ·[ IISAVO.I ·£ :8.topu ·;; Itpjiiin "I Family Weekly. April S, 1962 Tongue Twister! O l i v e r Oglethorpe ogled an owl and an oyster. If Oliver Oglethorpe ogled an owl and an oyster, where are the owl and the oyster Oliver Oglethorpe ogled? Riddles! Riddles! 1. Why is a crossword puzzle like a quarrel? 2. What is it that someone must take before you can get it? 3. What is very light, yet you can't lift it? Answers: ·uooui i[nj v -g Let's Draw a Sea Horse By Ann Davidow The sea horse is the His nose is pointed like strangest breed, a spear; Partly fish and partly steed. This tiny ocean cavalier UB O}\\ ano Is always dressed from top to tail In a prickly coat of mail. Rearing, bowing, so polite, He is a mermaid's faithful knight.

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