The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - March 18, 1910, Kadoka, South Dakota-I
TRIALS of the NEEDEMS
&UR McVhERCOMIHG TO STAY WITH US RSff
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liJ&s VF P! LLS NOT ONLY CORRECT
fWUX ID PILLS 'NA gox lO<T ,1
kf ¦¦yo»’a Paw Paw Pill* coax the
Brer Into activity by gentle methods.
They do not scour, gripe or weaken. They
*ra a tonic to the stomach, liver and
¦ervea; Invigorate Instead of weaken.
They enrich the blood and enable the
Jtomach to get all the nourishment from
good that is put into It. These pills con-
tain no calomel; they are soothing, heal-
fog and stimulating. For sale by all drug-
ffists tn 10c and 25c sizes. If you need
Radical advice, write Munyon’s Doctors.
They will advise to the best of their abil-
Ifcy absolutely free of Charge. Mt N-
TOY’S, Kild and Jefferson Sts., Plill-
Munyon's Cold Remedy cures a cold In
fcne day. Price 25c. Munyon's Rheuma-
tism Remedy relieves In a few hours and
Wires In a few days. Price 25c.
What Prof. Shaw, tho Well-Known Afiri-
•eituriet, Says About It:————
“Iwould sooner raiae cattle in Western
Canada than in the corn belt of
¦ the United IStn tea. Feed
MaA-" 1) iclx'Hi”r mid ulirnnte
'' r 1 ' '
w I I Your market willIprove fa-t« r tl.mi your
*RUIfarmers will producetho
. Jauppiiea. Wheat can l>o
¦ Eff’ A Igrown up to tho 60th pur-
Jiilie) (- 0 mile* north of
1M & Your vacant land
WV A P?will t>e taken at a rate
w preaent concep-
Cy j tiod. ljnxe enough
I" *' 1 the UnitedStatea alone who want
Mo k ‘’’A1* homes to take up thia land.*' Nearly
“‘cca'iWtd willenter and make their home*
wr A* i ft bi Western Canada thia year.
C ?. \ 1¦ 1909 vroducual another large
’X TT crop °T " heat, onta and barley,
ial'LJO in addition to which the cattle
export* was an Immense item.
-jfi| tattle raiding, dairying, mixed
-*-. ¦ fanning and grain growing in the
IQ.- /.wry ii province* of Manitoba, baakut-
W? . Chowan and Alltrrta.
• br Free homestead and pre-emp-bon areas* as well aa landa held
fc? Jb by rm wnv and land cornrmniet*. will
It1, V proi hie nointi for millionl*.
Adaptable anil, healthful cll-
1 mate, splendid schools and
H'S ©hurchea, and g<»od railways.
I For settlers* rates, descriptive
literature “Last Beat Meat,” how
HIV 1 1 to reach the country and other par-
¦W ticwlars, write to Sup't of Immi.
gration, Ottawa, ('huhda. or to tho
following Canadian Gov't Agents: E. T. Holmes,
115 Jackson st.. «t. Paul. Minn. andJ.lt. MaeLacblan.
Box lit. Watertown. South Dakota. (Use address
say where you saw this advertisement
The Army of
I« Crowing Smaller Evory Day.
CARTER’S LITTLE jSIkK
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*o»t* W- Aaarii
mm, Migutin. Sek BMacln, SJow Skm.
BULL PIU, SMALL DOSE SMALL PUCE
Genuine MO Mt Signature
Novelists and Lots,
Tiny f*uliy’> Pitiful Cane.
1,000 Overland Cars
Our agents in Kansas have ordered tor
this season 1.000 Overland automobiles. 20 Per Cent Reduction
Nebraska takes "50—Iowa 1,000 —Texas
1,500 Thus has the Overland—after one
gear’s experience—captured the farming
It has captured the cities, too. New
Tork City takes 1.000 Overlands this year.
Boston takes 500—San Francisco 500 —
Washington 500—Philadelphia 550.
Our agents have contracted for 20,000
Strlands —for 124.000,000 worth of Over-da—to supply the demand for this year,at's a larger sale than any other car
Tot. two years ago few had ever heard
ef an Overland. This sensational success
U due to the creation of a remarkable cir.
Ask for the Story
The Simple Car
The success of the Overland is mainly
flue to its amazing simplicity. A 10-year-
•ld child ce.n master tne ear in live min-
utes Push a pedal forwa dto go ahead,
and backward to reverse. Push another
•edal for high speed. There is nothing
•Ise to do but steer.
Any man with the simplest instructions,
aan run an Overland a thousand miles and
Licensed under Selden Patent,
Pleas* mall me the book.
There was never a car so easy to care
Or- so easy to keep In order.
Tie- Price, SI,OOO. 2$ b. •.-102-iach v
base. One or two rumble seats ee 1
TdBRbV Tonneau at small additional pric<
Charles Lever believed that novelist!
•hould retire or at all events retrain
from writing love stories tn due sea
eon. In his fifty-ninth year the authoi
of "Charles O’Malley" writes to hit
publisher: "What you hint about a real
love story is good, but don't forget that
Thackeray said that 'No old man musl
prate above love.’ I remember tht
duke of Wellington once saying to me
referring to Warren’s ‘Ten Thousand
a Year,’ 'lt is not that he never had
ten thousand a year, but he nevet
knew a man who had.’ As to writing
about love from memory, it is like
counting over the banknotes of a bank
long broken. They remind you oi
money, It is true, but they’re only
waste paper, after all.”
"Our baby when two months old
was suffering with terrible eczema
from head to foot, all over her body.
The baby looked just like a skinned
rabbit. We were unable to put clothes
on her. At first it seemed to be a few
mattered pimples. They would break
the skin and peel off, leaving the un-
derneath skin red as though it were
scalds. Then a few more pimples
would appear and spread all over the
body, leaving the baby all raw without
skin from head to foot. On top of her
head there appeared a heavy scab a
quarter of an inch thick. It was aw-
ful to see so small a baby look as she
did. Imagine! The doctor was afraid
to put his hands to the child. We
tried several doctors’ remedies but all
"Then we decided to try Cuticura.
By using the Cuticura Ointment we
softened the scab and it came off. Un-
der this, where the real matter was,
by washing with the Cuticura Soap
and applying the Cuticura Ointment,
a new skin soon appeared. We also
gave baby four drops of the Cuticura
Resolvent three times daily. After
three days you could see the baby
gaining a little skin which would peel
off and heal underneath. Now the
>aby is four months old. She is a fine
picture of a fat little baby and all Is
well. We only used one cake of Cuti-
cura Soap, two boxes of Cuticura Oint-
ment and one bottle of Cuticura Re-
solvent. If people would know what
Cuticura is there would be few suffer-
ing with eczema. Mrs. Joseph Koss-
mann, 7 St. John's Place, Ridgewood
Heights, L. 1., N. ¥., Apr. 30 and May
Bound to Make a Sale.
“Wouldn’t you like to try a bottle of
my celebrated eye remedy? Only 20
“No; there’s nothing whatever the
matter with my eyes."
“Well, it’s equally good for removing
corns. As a corn remedy I sell it for
We oTer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured ' y
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, a
We. the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
blm perfectly honorable In all business trans-
actions. and financially able to carry out
any obligations made by his firm.
Waloino, Kinnan 4 Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucoug
surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent
free. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
As In I.aunilrles,
A California woman in training a
new Chinese servant to wait on the
door had her daughter ring the bell
and present her card. Next afternoon
a friend called and handed her card
to the Celestial, who pulled out of his
sleeve the card the daughter of the
house had presented the afternoon be-
fore and carefully compared the two.
"Tickee no matchee," he exclaimed,
handing back the visitor’s card. “No
The Overland's success Is also due to
its price. No other maker ever gav. near-
ly so much for the money.
Yet we have cut our costs this year
about 20 per cent through enormous in-
crease in production.
The Overland we sell for |l,ooo this
year Is better than the |1.250 Overlandlast year. It Is a 25 H. P. car with a
speed of 50 miles an hour.
So with the f1.25% 11,400 and $1,500
Overlands. Each offers a fifth more than
ever before for the money.
All prices Include Magneto and full
The Overland story Is one of the great-
est business stories ever told. It tells how
this car—the creation of a mechanical
genius—has In two years reached the top-
most place In this field. And It tells all
about the car. Send us this coupon to-
day for this book.
The Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, Ohio
E/4 CATarrh Of STO><A k 1
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE— To den
onstrate the value of Peruna in all ca-
tarrhal troubles we will send you a sam-
ple bottle absolutely free by mail.
The merit and success of Peruna is
so well known to the public that our
readers are adviced to send for sample
bottle: Address the Peruna Company,
Columbus, Ohio. Don’t forget to men-
tion you read this generous offer in
If in need of advice write our Medical
Department, stating your case fully.
Our physician in charge will send you
advice free, together with literature con-
taining common sense rules for health,
which you cannot afford to be without.
At the beginning of the present year
there were 163,208 telephones In use In
HEAD. BACK AND LEGS ACHE?
Ache all over? Throat sore with chills? That is La
Grippe. Ptr.y Dav>9' PamkUlrr will break IIup if
taken promptly. Alldealers, 25c, 35c and 60c bottle*.
"Something Russian and something
new," has a queer button and chain
effect on each side of the coat. It ign't
clanky and prison-like, but very dashy.
The hat shown here is of the extreme
rolled type, a winter straw and rose
creation for the South.
Let the Debtor Beware.
Briggs—A safe conversational rule
Is, When In doubt talk of the weather.
Griggs—Safe nothing! I met my tai-
lor yesterday, and on my speaking of
the weather he replied, “Yes, It Is un-
settled, and that reminds me of that
little bill of yours”—Boston Tran-
WHAT’S THE VSE
to a Habit When It Meant
Old King Coffee knocks subjects out
.oleiably Uat at times, and there Is no
possible doubt of what did It. A Mich,
woman gives her experience:.
‘I used to have liver trouble nearly
all of the time and took medicine
which relieved me only for a little
while. Then every once In a while I
would be suddenly doubled up with an
awful agony In my stomach. It seem-
ed as though every time I took a
breath I would die. No one could suf-
fer any more and live.
“Finally I got down so sick with
catarrh of the stomach that I could
not turn over in bed. and my stomach
did not digest even milk. The doctor
finally told me that if I did not give
up drinking coffee I would surely die,
but I felt I could not give It up.
“However, Husband brought home a
package of Postum and it was made
strictly according to directions. It
was the only thing that would stay on
my stomach, and I soon got so I liked
It very much.
“Gradually I began to get better,
and week by week gained in strength
and health. Now I am tn perfect con-
dition and I am convinced that the
whole cause of my trouble was coffee
drinking, and my getting better was
due to leaving off coffee and taking
“A short time ago I tasted some cof-
fee and found, to my astonishment,
that I did not care anything about IL
I never have to take medicine any
more. I hope you will use this letter
for the benefit of those suffering from
the poisonous effects of coffee.”
Read the little book, “The Road to
Wellvllle,” in pkgs. “There's a Rea-
Ever read the above letter? A
new one appears from time to time.
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H, Honored by WomenWhen • woman speaks of hersuffering she ¦trusts you. Millions have be-stowed this mark of oonfi-dence on Dr. R. V. Pierce,
of Buffalo, N. Y. Every-
R*aa'Vj£i«> w',ere there are women who
’ rlliSMlWKlnl ' ’ *x‘ur witness to the wonder-
“-j working, curing-power of Dr.
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¦ ( from f>am, mid successf oily
4r*PP'es with woman’s weak- ¦NHMHHNhHKBmHHI
-/ |;f| nesscs and itubbom ills.
$ ITMAKES WEAK WOrtEN STRONGi
IT nAKES S,CK WOMEN WELL.
jjL No woman’s appeal was ever misdirected or her con.
Fi fidence misplaced when she wrote for advice, to
,hc World’s DisrnNSAav Mrdicai. Association, Dr.
R- V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.
®r * Pterce’s
More than 9 per cent of the cities ot
this country with a population of 10,-
000 or more are equipped with electric
Is splendid for rheumatism and sore mus-
:1»». Your dealer recommends It.
Covering an area of 2,450 acres, the
largest hydraulic gold mine in the
world la In Trinity County, Cal.
PILE. CtaKD IN « TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT ie ffnaranteed to cure any
case of Itching. Klnu). BUvding or Protruding
Puce m t> to 14 days or mower refunded. 50c.
The peanqt acreage of Burma In-
creased from 3,800 In 1903 to 80,000 In
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regu-
late and Invigorate stomach, liver and
bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules.
Easy to take as candy.
The Chinese soya bean has been
found to Contain from 15 to 16 per
cent of oil suitable for soap making.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for
children teething, softens the gums, re-
duces Inflammation, allays pain, cures
wind colic. 25c a bottle.
Three thousand persons are engaged
In the shell and pearl Industry of the
Western United States.
M hen Itnhber* Brrorne Ne<-«.«ary
And your shoes pinch, shake Into your
shoes Allen’s Foot-Ease, the antiseptic
powder for the feet. Cures tired, aching
feet and takes the sting out of Corns and
Bunions. Always use It for Breaking In
New shoes and for dancing paities. Sold
everywhere 25c. Sample mailed FREE.
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Hoy, N. Y.
knew what harsh
cathartics do, you*4
always use Cascaretil
Candy tablets, vegeiab!s
and mild. Yet just as eflectiTW
as salts and calomel. Take on*
when you need it. Stop thA
trouble promptly. Never w«N
till night. m
Veat pocket bos, 10 cent a—at dmr atores.
Each tablet of the genuine la marked CC C.
is the word to remember
when you need a remedy
SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS. Alfak>
fa and Timber lands. Fruit and Truck
farms, any size. Price list FREI
GREEN & GREEN, Hope, Arkansas
An abaokittly harmlcaa remedy tor Sore ThroaK
Hoareenru and Cough*. Give immediate relief (2
Bronchial and Lune Affection*.
Fifty years' reputation.
Price, 25 cents, 60 cents and SI.OO per box.
Sample *ent <mi request.
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“There’s two things about this blam-
ed grapefruit that I can't understand,”
said Uncle Jerry Peebles. "On* is that
It’s called ‘grape’ fruit and tha other la
that It’s called grape ‘fruit.’
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color plana, and free I a labaa tine book and Ulime about your .
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¦ your home cheerfukdean ! I
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It is not necessary for
work shoe to look clumsy
to give good wear. Have your dealer t
you the good looking, comfortable, .'
well-fitting, Mayer Work Shoes.
H M»de of tough ttock, heavy (olei, (olid counters.
K double leather loea, double Kama. Made tolid and
W will last longer than any other shoes you can buy. t Y
I MAYER WORK SHOES / jMS 1
¦ are made for working men of all classes and are I S
¦ ¦¦ built on honor." You can save money by wear- I |
I ing them. Will outwear any other make. 1 *
¦ To be sure you are getting Mayer Shoes look for % >
¦ the Mayer Trade Mark on the sole. Your dealer \ jf
¦ will supply you; if not, write to us.
W FREE-lf you -JI send a. the name ol a A-al« who doas
* not liandh Msv.r Work Shorn. w« will send yo« fra«,
* pad. a beauuiul pettr. of Georw Wsshiarum. siaa 15120.
W We also make Honorbilt Shoes for men. Leading Lady
Shoes. Ms il-.a Waahington Comfort Shoes Yerma
ion Shoes and Special Merit School
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