Kiowa County Democrat. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 14, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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Mr*. Justice Refuse* to Allow
Operation and Is Relieved by
Cardui, the Woman's
Pedro, O.—"I suffered for 35 year*
with weakness and female troubles,
and nothing has done me so much good
as Cardui,” writes Mrs. Martin B. Jus-
tice, of Pedro, O. "Before I took Car-
dui, the woman's tonic, I became so
had that my son, who is a physician,
wanted to have me operated on, but I
refused and gave Cardui a trial. 1 bad
been so weak 1 could scarcely stand on
my feet, but had taken Cardui only a
few days when 1 became so much
stronger. I had prolapse and became
very much excited, but was greatly re-
lieved as soon as I began to take Car-
dui. I thank you again and again.”
Cardui Is a pure vegetable extract,
of special benefit to women, at the
times when they need a tonic. For
over half a century it has been In use
by those who have known of Its bene-
ficial effects, and is today In use In
thousands of homes, where It relieves
and prevents pain and brings back
strength and ambition. Safe, reliable,
Try Cardui, the woman's tonic.
NOTES—^The Cardui Home Trratmral
vvontru, consists off Cardui (Silt
Thrdfford's Bl.ck-Dr.uaht (Me), or
Velvo (BSe). 1st ••»'«». ■■* Cardui
Astlsrotlc <BOc>. These remedies ataf
be take” slasly. hy theauelve* Iff de-
sired. or three to.---------
treatmeat for vroi
Medicine COh CktuHaawwBwi -
Special isstroctloss, and dd-PM* book,
'‘Home Treatmeat ffor Wtara," seat la
Slain wrapper, oa reauest.
Iy REV. A. C. DIXON, D. D.,
Pasts, off His Chkuao A—. (Moady's)
And There Are Others.
The cook had been called away to a
sick sister, and so the newly wed mis-
tress of the house undertook, with the
aid of the maid, to get the Sunday
luncheon. The little maid, who had
been struggling In the kitchen with a
coffee mill that would not work, con-
fessed that she had forgotten to wash
“Well, never mind, Pearl. Go on
with the coffee and I'll do It," said the
considerate mistress. ‘‘Where do they
keep the soap?”
First Milliner—You have designed
the north pole hat?
Second Milliner—Yes, It will be a
matter of dispute between the pur-
chaser and her husband.
Answer Wouldn’t Do.
“How far Ib it to Blgtown?”
“Well, as the crow files—’’
“I'm not going by air ship.”
• Kl DNEY ;;
k, PILLS Jj,
Is Ac uuarnntccd care (of skla
diseases. Iff yaa saner from aay
sack trouble, net a bo* from
yoor drunlot aad be eared.
Iloa't raffer tbe aaaoyeace af
aealy. Itrblua, baroloa or pimply
dlseuses off Ibo okla wkea a
no real bo* off HUNT’S CURE!
will relieve you. Wo Buuraatee
ooe bo* lo care aay oae ease.
If II fforsa’I. you ffol yen mooey
bark wllhout qoeslloa. But oue
bos WH.I. euro. Just you try II.
You run *ot II ut your drufffflsl.
II eomeo In Ike form of a oalvu
aad la eaally applied. Hemem-
ber oue bo* le *uarao(eed la
rare aay aae eaaa at
aader aur pledna that raff ■**
yoar moaey bark Iff It telle. Ark
year druasUt. Tke prl« £
WUd THE BEST WAISTSJfME
SOCIITY QUilN 00., Sell. S. HI touli, Me.
\ CURE 7r
m %w Minn m
It is so pleuant lo Iske—stopt th*
cough to quickly. AbeoluMy iata
too sad conuini no opiates.
should be an ideal-
ist. He should
have before him a
high standard and
strive with all hts
might to attain to
It. Napoleon said:
the world." Cer-
tainly there can be
no great achieve-
ment where there
is no ability to
conceive a great
Ideal and no force
of will to reach
it. If our day dreams do not make us
content simply with reverie they may
stir us to heroic action. Castles in the
air may become solid structures.
The words of our test give us a pic-
ture of the ideal Christian, and bring
out very clearly six features of his
1. Fullness.—He should be "filled
with the knowledge of his will In all
wisdom and spiritual understanding ’
It is not the knowledge of astronomy,
botony, philosophy or geology that de-
velops Christian character, though
these are Important. Yet a man may
know all science and history and still
be a bad man. And if he has simply
an intellectual grasp of God's will it
may not transform his character, but
If he is filled with the knowledge of
that will such fullness will make him
wise and spiritual. We learn God's
will from the Bible, and hence the Im-
portance of persistent Bible study. A
Christian can afford to miss breakfast,
dinner or supper rather than to neg-
lect his Bible. Starving the body Is
not so fatal aB starving the soul.
II. A Worthy Walk.—“That ye might
walk worthy of the Lord unto all
pleasing." There Is nothing that
plenses Christ more than seeing his
people In their dally life maintaining
a standard worthy of him. This does
not mean that we are to be worthy
Christians only In crises and emer-
gencies. Walking la the dally hum-
drum of life. We should run with pa
tlence the race that is set before us
and strive to be the first to reach the
goal so as to receive the victor’s
crown. We may mount up on wings
as eagles, but such running and fly-
ing are not tests of character like
everyday drudgery. “He that is faith-
ful In little Is faithful also in much.
HI. Fruitfulness.—“Fruitful In every
good work.” A life that is full of the
knowledge of God, and has a walk
worthy of Christ, Is certain to be
fruitful. Such a life cannot fall to
bear good fruit, and there la nothing
artificial about It. It Is not fruit hung
upon the life, but growing out of It.
The abundant life produces such fruit.
Fruitful In every good work” means
much fruit rather thnn great fruit.
"Herein is my Father glorified that ye
bear much fruit.” We may be too am-
bitious to bear big fruit. “Do good
unto all men.”
IV. Growth. — “Increase fn the
knowledge of God.” “In” should be
rendered “with." and then we have
the true meaning, growing by means
of the knowledge of God. It Is the
knowledge of God that makeB us grow.
Christians are dwarfs because they
know so little of God. To think God b
thoughts Is to grow Intellectually, and
to know and love God's will Is to grow
spiritually. It must be enough to make
angels weep to see Christians many
years old who are Infants In size, sim-
ply because they have not learned
more of God.
V. Power —“Strengthened with all
might according to bis glorious pow
er." The power Is not Inherent. It
comes from God, and the measure of
It Is not our ability, but hi* ability.
In our weakness we may have the
strength of his might.
Barney Barnato committed suicide
by throwing himself into the sea. He
saw that his great fortune was dissi-
pated, but he could not bear the
thought of becoming again a poor
man. The sense of failure broke his
heart. I wish I could have stood be
side him on the deck of the vessel, be-
neath the clear stars, and whispered
to him of God who In- Christ would
give him strength to endure, not with
melancholy and moroseness, but with
Joyfulness. Under the heaviest bur-
dens we may sing. In the darkest
night we may shout his praise. When
Susannah Wesley was dying she said
to her weeping children at the bed-
side: "When 1 am gone sing to God
a hymn of praise." And when her
spirit departed the children, with
trembling voices and weeping eyes,
sans their song of praise for a mother
now glorified with Christ. The Ideal
Chrlsttalf Is the man who can be sor-
rowful and yet rejoice, cast down and
yet lifted up, in darkness while light
Is In him, patient and long-suffering
VI. Gratitude.—"Giving thanks to
the Father which hath made us meet
to be partakers of the Inheritance of
the saint* In light." We thank God
not limply for the Inheritance which
Is Incorruptible, undeflled and that
fadeth not away, but for the fitness to
enjoy It. Going to heaven unfit for
the plnce would he a great calamity.
Christ Is preparing a place for us.
while the Holy Spirit through Christ
Is preparing us for the place. Thanks
bo to God for heaven. Thanks be to
God still more for thff preparation of
heart which nMke| geaveff gverjc
FREED AT LAST
From th* Awful Torturss of Kidnsy
Mrs. Rachel Ivle. Henrietta, Texas,
■ays: "I would be ungrateful If I did
not tell what Doan's
Kidney Pills have
done for me. Fifteen
years kidney trouble
clung to me, my ex-
istence was one of
misery and for two
whole yeara 1 was un-
able to go out of the
house. My back ached all the time and
I was utterly weak, unable at times to
walk without assistance. The kidney
secretions were very Irregular. Doan’s
Kidney Pills restored me to good
health, and I am able to do as much
work as the average woman, though
nearly eighty years old."
Remember the name—Doan's. Sold
by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-
Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
HE WOULDN’T SMOKE
Kind Man—My boy, aren't you
ashamed to be seen smoking at such a
The Kid—Aw, I ain't smoking. I’m
only keeping dis pill lit fer a fellow
wots gone on an errand.
Laundry work at home would be
much more satisfactory If the right
Starch were used. In order to get the
deBlred stiffness. It Is usually neces-
sary to use so much starch that the
beauty and fineness of the fabric is
hidden behind a paste of varying
thickness, which not only destroys the
appearance, but also affects the wear-
ing quality of the goods. This trou-
ble can be entirely overcome by using
Defiance Starch, as it can be applied
much more thinly because of its great-
er strength than other makes.
Reaching Life’s Goal.
If you want to be somebody in this
world you must assert your individ-
uality and assert It In the right direc-
tion, so that It may lead to a goal of
honor for yourself and be an example
for others. Find out what you ought
to do, say to yourself: "1 must do it,”
then begin right away with "I will do
It," and keep at It until it Is done.
The American Cat-Tall.
The cat-tall of the American
swamps Is almost exactly the same
plant as the Egyptian bulrush. It Is
no longer used for making paper, as
It once was, but from Us root is pre-
pared an astringent medicine, while
Its stems, when prepared dry, are ex-
cellent for the manufacture of mats,
chair-bottoms and the like.
NEW FARMING EMPIRE
Half Million Fertile Acree In New Re-
gion Added to Texae Agriculture.
By November 1st. 1909, the Wichita
Valley Railroad (Burlington System,
the best farm developing road in
America) will complete and commence
passenger service on Its line from
Stamford to Spur, the terminal town
in Dickens County, Texas.
Tills town is in the center of a tract
of G73 square miles of the smoothest,
most fertile virgin farm lands in Tex-
as—farms In which are offered to
homeseekers at prices from $12.00 to
$17.50 per acre on easy terms—one-
filth down, balance In six annual pay-
ments. Wonderfully adapted to cot-
ton—no boll weevil ever known-
corn, alfnlfn, grain, fruits, vegetables,
anil all the products of the farm known
to this latitude. It is the coming hog
country, nowhere can they be ma-
tured more cheaply, and cholera is ab-
solutely unknown In this belt; quick
run to Fort Worth market.
Delightful climate—altitude 2000 to
2500 feet—not on the plains. Some of
the lands are covered with mesqulte
trees—others are open or mixed. Deep
rich soil with great variety to char-
acter—chiefly sandy loam and choc-
olate loam with clay subsoil. Water
generally shallow. Will be sold in
quarter-sections or upward direct to
the hoineseeker from owners, with no
sale commissions to load the price
to the farmers. Clear title is guaran-
teed. The great extent of this body
guarantees to the first fnrmers wide
range of selection to find a home which
exactly suits us to lay of land and
character of soil.
Recognizing the great possibilities
and wonderful future of Spur Farm
Lands, the State has decided to place
an experiment farm station nt Spur.
This will he a great benefit to the
settlers In that region—showing them
by actual demonstrations on the lands
what crops can be most profitably
raised; best methods of cultivation,
and assisting in all the problems of
the farm. This decision was reached
after a visit to the lands by Judge Ed.
R. Kone, Commissioner of Agriculture,
and Dr. H. H. Harrington, Director of
Experiment Stations, who recognized
their unusual farming value.
Lots in Spur, Dickens County, the
terminal town, and Girard, in Kent
County, fourteen miles from Spur, go
to sale on day above named. Boring
for artesian water at Spur.
Anyone Interested can get full In-
formation, with free illustrated book-
let, from Chas. A. Jones, Manager for
8. M. Swenson & Sons, Spur, Dickens
Wo offer On© Hundred Dollars Reward for any
©aae of Catarrh that cannot be cured by llall*
Catarrh t re. F j rHENEy * CO.. Toledo. O.
We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 yearn, and believe him perfectly hon-
orable In all business transactions and itnaiirmily
able to carry out any obligations made by his nrm.
wai ding, Kinnan A Marvin.
Wholesale DrucKlHts. Toledo. O.
Cure Is taken Internally, acting
• blood and mucous surhires of the
is rent free. Price 75 cents per
Take Hall's Family rills for eonatlpatlott.
"Does Hllggins meet his obliga-
"Frequently," answered Miss Cay-
enne. "But he Invariably snubs
reetly upon tl
bottle. Sold by all D
A Steady Thing,
Something had gone amiss with
Bobble and he had sought the comfort
of tears. Noticing his wet cheeks, his
mother said in a consolatory tone:
"Come here, dear, aud let me wipe
"'Tain't no use, rauvver,” returned
Bobbie with a little choke; "I's doin'
to cry again In a minute!”—Womans
Farmer’s Summer Trials.
"What do you find the hardest work
connected with farming?"
"Collecting a board bill from you
j city chaps when It's due!”
Stella—Did the doctor Bay you
shouldn’t eat between meals?
Bella—Yes; so I Just have more
A cheat dealer tried to sell imita-
tion Wrigley Spearmint to a pugilist!
Never take a mean advantage of
anyone in any transaction, und never
be hard upon people who are in your
We know of no other medicine which has been so sue-1
cessful in relieving the suffering of women, or secured so
many genuine testimonials, as has .Lydia E. Pinkham’s
In almost every community you will find women who
have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham’s Veg-
etable Compound. Almost every woman you meet has
either been benefited by it, or knows some one who has.
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., arc files con-
taining over one million one Hundred thousand letters from
women seeking health, in which many openly state over
their own signatures that they have regained their health by
taking Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound.
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound has saved
many women from surgical operations.
Lydia E. Pinkham’g Vegetable Compound is made ex-
clusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless.
The reason why it is so successful is because it contains
ingredients whicn act directly upon the female organism,
restoring it to healthy and normal activity.
Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such
as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy.
"Did the father of the bride give
"Far from It. He told the bride-
groom that she had the disposition of
Bessie—How would you feel if some
one died and left you a fortune?
Harold—I’d feel sure that some one
proved that he was of unsound mind.
Instant Relief fer All Eyes,
that are irritated from Hunt, hpat, sun or
wind. PETTIT’S EYE HALVE, 25c. All
druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
Drug Store Color.
Geraldine—My face Is my fortune.
Gerald—1 can see the color of your
But above all—don't forget this!
lt'a called Spearmint because of the
•pear on every package.
There 1b no better way of biding
your light under a bushel than by
keeping your church letter In your
ABF. YOUR CLOTHES FADEOt
Use Red Cross Ball Blue and make them
arhite again. Large 2 oz. package, 5 cents
The average man thinks his bump
of generosity is at least three times as
large as It actually Is.
Finest outdoor sport!
Chewing Wrlgley’s Spearmint.
Smith—So the will was read?
Jones—Yes; but the air was blue.
»I want this letter made public to show the benefits to be
derived from Lydia K. Pinkham** Vegetable Compound.* —
Mr*. JobnU.Moldau, 2115 Second NLNortU, Mlnncupolla,Mlnn.
Women who are suffering from those distressing ills
peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts
or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinitham’s Vegetable
Compound to restore their nealth. ____
AMD ALL HOSE _
AND THROAT DI3IAIU
Cur*, the alek and acta »• a p«v«nt|ve for other*.. Llqutd glveo off
And horue good* buuMs, or Mnt expreu* paid, by too manufacturer*
SPOHN MEDICAL CO, Chemlrt*, GOSHEN, INDIANA
M cm ff-ii wrrA a j t.i i.-r-xTn
GR L AT
Positively cared by
these Little Pills.
They also relieve Die
treHN front Dyn|>ep*lAiIna
dlgeMtion und Too Heart?
Eating. A perfect rem-
edy for Dlzslnean, Nau-
sea, DrowHineaa, Had
Taate In the Mouth, Coat*
ad Tongue, Pain in thr
n - — jm.it. TORPID LIVER.
They regulate the Bowela. Purely Vegetable.
SHILL PILL. SHALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
For child re
Mra. Window’* Soothing Myron.
Don’t abuse the rich; we can't all
legmifcl Genuine Mutt Bear
CARTtno Fee-Simile Signature
fc* REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
DEFIANCE STARCH SS&fS&'SSl
PROOF ht the
We tell you about bow good jrou’ll
feel after taking a CASCARET—
that millions of peoplo—buy, use
and recommend them—But that'*
talk—you buy » bos now—take a*
directed to-niyht and get the proof
In the morning—After you know
CASCABET8 you'll never bff
without them. M
CA8CARETS loe * to* jer a wetk-e
treatment, .11 dni*fl*lav »'■■*« wllcf
ta the world. Million bo**. . mouth.
If a man's wile cuts his hair be Is
entitled to a lot more sympathy than
If you wi.lt beautiful, clear, white clothe*
w Red I'rotu Ball Blu*. Largs 2 oz.
package, 8 cent*. _
Tbe only way to get something for
nothing le to start a fight about It.
Lewis' Single Hinder, the famnua
•freight 8c cigar—annual sals 0,000,000.
After breaking a $6 bill the pieces
arc soon lout.
When You Think
Ot the pain whleh many women eaperienc* with eveir
it make* the gentleness end kindness always associ*
■ted with womanhood seem to be almost ■ miracle.
While in general no woman rebels against what she re-
girds as a natural neoeaaity there is no woman who would
got gladly be free from tbit recurring period of ptin*
Or, P/eree’ff Favorite Prescription makes
wreak women etroni and alek worn an
wall, and Uvea them freedom from pain,
it aatnkllakaa raialarlty. aubduaa Intlam•
motion, kanla alteration and earaa to*
Sisk women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter,
fret. All correspondence strictly privets and s.credly
confidential. Write without fear and without lee to WorldIs Dispensary Med*
leal Association, K. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
If you went • book that tells all about women’s diseases, end how to pure
them at home, eendll one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierosi to pay cost of mailing
eab, and he will send you a fret copy ol his great Ihoussnd.page illustrated
Common Sense Medical Adviser-revised, up-to-date edition, in paper covers.
|e handsome cloth-binding, 31 stnmpe.
You Can Shave Yourself With
NO STROPPING NO HONING
KNOWN THR WORLD OVER_
OLD SORES CURED
“AUSSSSI TteMfMfi’D £f» Water
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 42-lgO*.
Young man, beware of the poach
who is the apple of your eye. She may
prove to be a lemon.
Help, help—your indigestion with
The door of succeas Is marked:
A Certain Cure for sore.weak 6 inflamed kves.
MITCHELLS UP SALVE
MAKES THE USE OF DRUGS UNNECESSARY* Price, 25 Cent»7?/wyKn»_
You Look Prematurely Old
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