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ONE OP AMERICA'S PRETTIEST WORKING GIRLS
No. 7. Miss Bertha Dimler is a stenographer and accountant
with a Toledo business firm. She is considered by her friends the
prettiest working girl in the city.
When a child has earache keep
it warm and quiet. Do not give
opiates. Soothe it with songs and
stories and gentle rocking. Ad
minister a few drops of ammonia
in water. Give it a gentle cathar
tic, such as rhubarb or magnesia.
If the attack is violent and the
pain intense bind a hot poultice
over the ear.
- All parents may not realize the
suffering of the small child when
he has earache. It xs often severe
ble should be carefully protected
from damp and colds.
Earache is a terrible pain, very
exhausting to the nerves, and
might produce serious results.
Protect the "earachy" child's ears
from draughts. Keep the feet
warm and dry.
'7im's gal told her folks she
was going out to find a Stylish
cofffur. What kind of a thing is
that?" "I'm ashamed of your ig
gerence, BilL It's one of them fel-
and allwho complain of this trou- ' fers.what drives a motor carv"