The Kadoka Press in Kadoka, South-Dakota
8 May 1908

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8 May 1908

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - May 8, 1908, Kadoka, South DakotaBABY’S Favourite ? ¦ , 3“ Skin Soap Warm baths with Cuticljra Soap followed, when nedes- sary, by gentle anointings with Cuticura, the gjeat Skin Cure, preserve, purify and beautify the skin, seaip, hair and hands of infants and children, relieve. eq&fy . • mas, rashes, itchings, irrita- tions and chafings, permit rest and sleep and point to i speedy removal of torturing disfiguring humours whei V all else fails. Sold throughout the world. Depot*: LoaSn*. Charterhouse Bq.: Part-. 5. Rue de la Path* Atartn- ll*.R. Towns A Co., Sydney: Indi*. B. Cohutta: China. How Kong Dru« Co.: J*p*lt Murujra. Ltd.. Toklo Rural*. Ferrel*. Moecor; So. Africa. Lento.n. Lid.. Cape Town, ne.; iJJSM. Potter Drue A them. Corp . Sole Crop*. BMM. a*“P(wt Free. Cutie,r* Booklet on th*Sk/O. f THE DUTCH ' K BOY painter V \ / STANDS’’OR > v IPAI NT QUALITYjara T I IT IS FOUND O LYON I I PURE WHITELEAD \ MADE Bp / X THC Wx -J • X. OLD DVTCH . P rq: t.ss. ¦ awwe ggsfe. What a Settle- Can Swear* In * WESTERN CAMBA V ISO Acr**Cr*l*4lrovi**Land F*DL 20 to 40 Btuhola Wkra t to tho A***. 40 to 90 Bukhola Oat, o th* Aero. 35 to 50 Bushels Barter to the Asm. i Timber for Feocing aaj Bui Idtoga PML Good Laws with Low iaaatioe. Splendid Railroad Faci ides aad LowFalta. Schools and Churches ( onveuient. Satisf actor? Markets ter all PiWvctfoaßk Good Climate and Perioct HeaWL Chanc es for Profitable 1n vest manta. Some of thelchoieest it' Mln-prodoctef tends te Saskatchewan and Alberta may now boacqulred te those most healthful | J prosperous sections under the ’ Revised Homestead Rephtions by which entry may be.m4 le byprosjdrtl curtate s conditions), by the father.mother, sofFtenchtar. brother or sister of intend* r £ homes alter. ' Entry fee in each case ia SIO.OO. Fo «amphlet, / p **LastBest West," particulars as ton a, routes, (best time to go and where to locate. »ply toW D. Scott, Superintencent of I niaration,.Ottawa, Canada, or E. T. Ho’mej, < JacksonSt., St. Paul, Minn, and J. 4 MacL Sian, Box I lib, Watertown, SO. Dakota. Author) d Go veru- j > meat Agents Pleaae say whsrs you saw this adrartiM >at* i 20 MULE TSAI. I BORAX IN A NEW PACK GE U 5 lbs. I Most ecooomtaU to toy. AU <l. »l*r». Bar* Ji lb* package top*; e*cb ar* woitb 12 cou- I poo* la exchange tor nreaeata. Premium1 U.t free ot PACIFIC COlAkt BDBAX CO., ¦ Chicago. 3 WIDOWB'“W|IW I PENSIONS B. a 1 ’ I to Shililu* th* Kvapuq. -T Teacuer —Mr*. Clubber? 1 n Clarguce frequently coiues I ' -L bIM face unwashed. W J Mr*. Clubber—Why, got W Miss Lipsicum, what do you I Janitor for!—Chicago Tribui wc COM .u’he pension and the District of Colum- I A.l appropriation Jiill* were pgate-d by the •»j late Tuesday. In additions the special message of the President urging a legis- ia| ve prO£r&lD WES PPBd, Atkd another I eipter of Senator Warner’s/speech on I th Brownsville affray wa* heard. The .solution of the House to rive govern- iLnl aid to cyclone sufferer* In the South ins passed. The resolution to extend the Mie when the commodity clause of the P.Broad rate law shall becoen* operative t|*f called before thejSenate by Mr. El- lins, but went over under objection from Sr. Culberson. Ostensibly considering fie sundry civil appropriation Mil. the Souse devoted most of it* time'to-day b spci-ches covering a wide range of sub- lets and concluded the session by- giving n attentive hearing to the President’s pe< ial message referring to the multi- nillionaire “whose ton Is a ftiol and his laughter a foreign firincese” wa* readied here was a storm of applappe. Senator .Itavis of Arkaneaa created a mild sensation in the Senate Wednesday tvL-n in discussing lite reStdrrtion calling on the Secretary of the Inteilor for in- formation about the .tribal rail* of the ‘Cb H-taw and f'hii ko-ciwf htdiaAs of Okla- N)::ia lie declared that 10.000 name*-were being kept off-the mlj* by th# secretary aad instanced a case in which he said tnipe member* of a family wese rated as negroes and only one a* an Indian. Ad- vancing toward Mr. Foraker of Ohio, his voice thundered throughout the chamber and adjacent halls as he asked, if the Ohio Senator “loved nigger*” *o well, why dhl he not come forwand and defend those members of that race. Only laught'-r greetisl this and Mr. Foraker requeeted in a mild ;me that the Senator epeak kind- er. Later Mh Davis’ resolution was pasted. All. the pension bill* on the cal- endar ntid' nlany other measurqi of minor importance were passed during the flay. •Tie- sundry divil appropriation bifl was Under consideration in the House and the greater part of the time was consumed in general debate and discussion under the pve-minute rule. Mr. Fowler, New Jer- sey. denounced the Aldrich currency bill ’and pleaded for the passage of his bill to lareate a currency commission. Mr. Will- Jams. Mississippi, presented, a petition, ; signed by IG4 of the IC> Democrats com- posing the minority, asking the speaker fto recognize some member of the House Ito move the discharge of the ways nnd means committee froui further considera- tion of the Stevens bill for the removal of the duty on wood pulp and pi int paper 1and to pass that bill or a simila * one. Mr. Dalzell-of Pennsylvania offered an amend- ment to the sundry civil bill appropriat- ing SOO,OOO for the establishment of a national art gallery in the Smithsonian Institution. The amendment was reject- ed on a point of order. The House disa- greed to the Senate amendments to the navnl appropriation bill and the bill was sent to conference. The Senate had under consideration all day Thursday the agricultural appropria- tion bill. Practically all the committee amendments were disposed of except those relating to the forest service, which will be taken up Friday. Consideration of the sundry civil appropriation bill was resumed in the House. Mr. Townsend of Michigan offered an amendment increas- ipg from $50,U00 to $350,000 the appro- priation for the enforcement by the in- terstate commerce commission of that clause of the Hepburn act directing the commission to cause to be made examina- tions of the accounts of the interstate railroads of the country to determine whether that law is being violated and to make public the results of such examina- tions. After a debate lasting four hours the amendment was agreed to. The House disagreed to the Senate amendments to the District of Columbia and pension ap- propriation bills and sent those bills to conference. The time of the Senate was tiken up for two hours Friday with a *i eech by- Senator Jeff Davis of Arkansas asking that the committee on the judiiiary be discharged from further consideration of his bill for the suppression of trusts. The remainder of the day was given over to the consideration of a resolution by Sen- ator Elkins, susiiending until Jan. 1, 1910, the commodity clause of the Hep- burn railroad rate law. 'Hie resolution provoked so much debate and go many amendments were offered dealing with other phases of the railroad legislation that the whole matter went over until Monday. The House spent ail of the day's session in considering and paaaing paragraph by jxiragraph under suspension of the rules, the sundry civil appropria- tion hill. A determined effort was made to strike from the bill a rertrictioa pro- hibiting tbe employment of secret service employes in any detective work other than the guarding of the President and the running down of conterfeitsr*, bnt the limitation was agreed to and tbe para- graph finally adopted in Hirbotantioily its original form. Objection by Democratic members to unanimous consent defeated the passage of a bill for the printing gad distribution of 100,000 eopfew of a special s>rt by tbe Department of Agriculture icribing diseases of cattle NATIONAL CAPITAI M0TB& The conference report on tbe Indian ipropriation bill was appeared l>y tbe au. , ¦*••• MenStc passed Senatrt Mopborwhs n tailing on the na«*e of ee»- f the forestry division who have forestry conventions! and wbeth- expense has been incurred by tbe ..«:ut thereby. fte BlßtehrtaFF* 111 some pai-is of HuMiMy It hi the enstmii for tbe :>rldecT»#nn to pay a euui to the bride's parents, ind in case tl»<- parties cannot agree, the mayor acts as arbitrator. A luaynr, who is a cnttle dealer, recently had to decide a case of this kind, and alter insjteitlng the bride derided that the bridegroom must pay the parents at the rate of half a crown for each pound that the bride weighed. Tbe verdiet wa« ac- cepted. and tile woman weighing eighty- six pounds, the brlde-rreom handed over the equivalent of s.'»3."r>. after which tbe wedding c—''--.wna performed. VUULO9K A MIRACLE. Raised Up When Science Maid There Was No Hope. C. W. L. Nesbitt, Depot street. Mar- lon. Ky.. writes: "1 was a chronic In- valid with kidney troubles and often wished death uilgiit end my awful suffer Ings. The secretions were thick with sedi- ment, my limbs swollen and my right side so nearly par- alyzed I could not ' 'raise my hand above my bend. The doc- tor held out no hope of my recovery and I had given up. but at last started using Doan's Kidney Pills' and made a rapid gain. After three months' use I was well and at work again.** Sold by all dealers, 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. There are silver ingots in the Bank of England which have lain there ¦ for more than 200 years. State or Onto, Citt or Toledo, i Lucas Cor sty. i " Frank J.'Cheney makes oath that he la senior partner of the flrtn of F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said Arm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this oth day of December, A. D. ISM. (Seal.) A. W. GLEASON. Notakt Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimo- nials free. FA- CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. Sold by nil Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. HT" 1 . • Glvluic Ulla, a Cbiince. Sirs. Wilson s husband was often obliged to go to New York on business and frequently did not reach Ids home until the arrival of the midnight train. Mrs. Wilson had been In the habit of sleeping peacefully at these times with- out fear, but a number of burglaries In the nelghlrnrhoxl durliig one of her husband's trips to New York had dis- turbed her calm. On the night of his return Mr. Wil- son wns stealing carefully up the front stairs, as was bis wont on such occa- sions. so that bis wife would not be wakened, when he heard her voice, high and strained. ¦“I don't know whether you are my husband or a burglar,” came the ex- cited oues, "but I am going to be on the safe side and shoot, so if you are Henry you'd better get out of the way I”—Youth's Companion. I Beyond Hl. Power.. Pastor Goodman had preached a .tir- ing missionary sermon, and the collec- ion had amounted to 27 cents. “Brethren,” he said, regarding the con- tregation sorrowfully. "Solomon was a vise man. and Samson was a strong man, ,ut I don't believe either of them ever ould extract blood from a turnip. We vill sing the long meter doxology and be ’ismissed.” BUYING PAINT BLINDLY. Many [leople look upon paint buying as a lottery and so It is, the way they do it It is not necessarily so, how- ever. Pure White Lead and linseed oil- are the essential elements of good paint Adulterants In white lead can be easily found by the use of a blow- plpe. Adulterations in linseed oil can lie detected with a fair decree of cer- tainty. See that these two elements ure pure and properly put on and the paint will stay put. National Lead Company, Woodbridge Building, New York City, will send a ! tdoWpipe outfit and instructions for j testing both white lead and linseed | oil, ou request. A Capitol Carol. Co. J,/ . ro * JDiixir?) oenna Lleanses the System Effect- ually, Dispels voids and neacr aches clue to Constipotaom Acts naturally, acts truly as a Laxative. Best forMen\vbmen and (. lulok ren-ybunP and Old. - - To its Beneficial Effects Always buy the ( jenuiue wkick has ike full name of the Coin. ''CALIFORNIA Jio Syrup Co. m it is printed an the front of every package. SOLD BYALL LEADING one iize only, regular price 50* p r”bottle Ninety-three per cent of the theoretical heat of coal is wasted, and only 50 per cent of that of oil. ¦ • Keeps the breath, teeth, mouth and body antiseptically clean and free from US- healthy germ-life and disagreeable odors, which water, soap and tooth preparations alone cannot do. A germicidal, disin- fecting and deodor- izing toilet requisite of exceptional ex- cellence and econ- omy. Invaluable for inflamed eyes, throat and nasal and uterine catarrh. At drug and toilet stores, 50 cents, or by mail postpaid. Large Trial Sample FAMILY’S SKIN TROUBLES. Enema, Heat Hash, and Scalp Affec- tion. A illlet Different Member., ‘ but Cntlcura Cures 3'hem. “My wife had eczema for five or six years. It was on her face and would come and go. We thought we would I give the Cutieura Remedies a trial. We did so and she has never had a sign of eczema for four years. I myself used Cutieura Soap and Cutieura Ointment some time ago for falling hair. 1 now have a very heavy head of hair. We used Cutieura Remedies for our baby, who was nearly bald when young. She has very nice hair now. She is very fleshy, and we had so much trouble with heat that we would bathe her with Cutieura Soap and then apply Cutieura Ointment. It would dry the heat up so much quicker than anything else. Mr. H. B. Springmire, 323 So. Capitol Street, lowa City. la., July 16, 1905, and Sept. 16, 1906.” Exhibit A. Weerius (dropping in again)—Well. Mr. Brackett, have you designed anything Dew lately that you would like ,o show me? Busy Architect —Why, yes; I’ve put a unique ornamental panel on the outside of my office door. I'll show it to you presently. I GARFIELD DIGESTIVE TABLETS From your druggist, or the GARFIELD TEA CO., Brooklyn. N. Y., 25c per bottle. Muuiiaty. Mrs. Vick-Senn's eyes flashed. “Johnny doesn't get that weak chin of his from my side of the house 1" she .exclaimed. "No, my dee /' meekly responded' her husband, 9nny has my chin, but he inherits h> .'mother's tireless capacity for keeping it in motion." 1 ItYon Have Commo. Sor« Egea, If lines blur or run together, you need PETTITS EYE SALVE. 26c. All drug- gists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y A Kral < liarily. Tess— And what do you think? Mr. Goodhart hadn’t been alone with me for live minutes before he offered to tlss me. Jew —Yes, that’s one thing about Jack Goodhart; he's just as soft-heart- ad and charitable as he can be.—PbU- Adelphla Press. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the /TJs -Z/C/L* ** Signature of (JZajtyX 3 Monotony cannot' be wrong, This world each year the lesson teaches. The birds ail sing the same old song. Just as we make the same old speeches. —Washington Star. WITH "MCAATN AND DCAUTV" BOOK DCPTT FRCB .'ME PAXTON TOILET CO., Boston, Mma, MJJ.TION THU PAm '¦» nnu« w S. C. N. U. - - No. 1»—190$. ffllliaoETz I '**M€Matß OFTHE S MEN. BOYS, WOMEN, MISSE3 ANO CHILDREN. g 8 ’¦*’• L. Dough a maker and aada more *C.4i C, S men’a 93.00, 93.00and93,SOaboee ** thi.n any other manufacturer In the __ ZJfjgX" >.¥ world, becauae they hold their V3KB ¦W'S®/’- shape, fit better, uroar longer, and •re of greater value than any other ahooe in tho vrorldto-day. T6® t’>«< L. Dougins $4 nnd $5 Gilt Edge Shoes Cannot Be Equalled At Any Price '•’A ..W* D” name and price nnt a raped on bottom. Snhetltxxte. JfaS’*' ... » <l rice in —---.v--s 8»>1<1 by the best shoe dealers everywhere. Shuts mailed from factory to any part of the world. llla» Btttd Catalog free to any address. W. L,. I>OlJ€ll«AA, Brockton, Matt. How to; Exercise the Bowels Your Intestines are lined inside with They do not waste any precious fluid of millions of little suckers, that draw the the Bowels, as Cathartics do. Nutrition out of food as it passes them. They do not relax the Intestines by But, If the food passes too slowly, It greasing them Inside like Castor Oil or decays before it gets through. Then the Glycerine. little suckers draw Polson from ItInstead They simply stimulate the Bowel of Nutrition. Muscles to do their work naturally, com* This Polson makes a Gas that Injures tortably, and nutritiously. your system more than the food should And, the Exercise these Bowel Muscle* have nourished it are thus forced to take, makes them You see, the food is Nourishment or stronger for the future, just as Exercise Polson, just sccordlng to how long it stays makes your arm stronger, to transit. ossACj j\ty' The usual remedy CMCare,s this delayed passage I ( X——l to use constant!] as they (called Constipation) is to ' ’ are pleasant to take, take a big dose of Castor Oil. « They are purposely put up like candy. This merely makes slippery the passage so you must eat them slowly and let them ter unloading the current cargo. go down gradually with the saliva, which It does not help the Cause of delay a U In itself, a fine, natural Digestive. frlfle. They are put up purposely Inthin, flat, it does slacken the Bowel-Muscles more round-cornered Enamel boxes, so they than ever, and thus weakens thorn for can be carried ina man’s vest pocket, or their next task. in a woman's purse, all th. time, without Another remedy is to take a strong bulk or trouble. Cathartic, like Salts, Cslomel, Jalap, 100 a box at all druggists. Phoapate of Sodium. Aperient Water, or Be very , 0 f „ tenulna> any of these mixed. made only by the Sterl ng Remedy Com- What does the Cathartic do? pany and never sold In bulk. livery tablet It mere flushes-out the Bowels with a "CCC.” nr* waste of Digestive Juice, set flowing into the Intestines through the tiny suckers. see But, the Digestive Juice we wsste in to doing tills today is needed for tomorrow's French-tleslrnedGOLD-FLA TTD BONBON BOX natural Digestion. We cannot afford to tsjK 1AtlA lose '*• measae«t PW.MI gLfg*— That'r, whyCascarets are the only safe ote .. . medicine tor the bowels. PUTNAM FADELESS lIVMHHUsbiuF'-. .>dlnlenil.rl>(>N|aa*o«i .rW w-in B - ,u. '<.mS le * :o B- d

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