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FIGHT ON GAS BATES.
X#ty and Company May Q*t Into
Court in Lead.
Rejection by the elty oounotl of
kMd of the proposed ordinance grant
ing the Lead-Deadwood Gas odmpany
9 higher rate p?%olpltat«d a crisis In
tiie dispute between the company and
the citizens. The oompany at once
sent out notices to its patrons that
the higher rate would be charged and
Intimated that the gas would be sliut
off In cases where the patrons re
fused to pay the Increase. Mayor
May Issued an order that In such
oaBes the city auditor should be noti
fied and action against the company
•would be started by the city.
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BEAT AGENT AND ROB DEPOT
Three Masked Men Get $200 In Money
at Wentworth.
Just as a freight train had pulled
out of the Milwaukee station at Went
worth and C. A. Elliott, the agent,
was reporting It, three masked men
darted from "behind a bo* oar and
knocked him down with a sandbag.
After robbing him of $100 in cur
rency they threw him into the freight
house and ransacked the station, se
-curing one'$100 draft and the same
.amount in paper money. They made
their escape.
The agent was too badly Injured to
"give any description of the robbers.
PET DOG CAUSED SHOOTING
Oeadweod Politician Convicted of Mur
derous Assault.
After being out six hours a jury In
the olrouit court at Dcadwood con
victed William K. Fraser, the well
known, political worker, of shooting
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GLASSES FITTED
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Crawford—Be careful boys and don't use all of tha$ white wash, I want some of it.
&aao Trotter, a bartender, with in
tenf -.-to kill. A dispute arose over
Fraser's pet dog. he accoslng Trotter
of turpentining the animal. The pen
alty 1B from one to ten years In the
penitentiary. Trotter was only slight
ly hurt
BABY'S BITE SERIOUS.
Blood Poisoning May Result In the
Death of Mother.
A bite by her Infant child In a rage
over punishment inflicted by the
mother may oost the life of Mrs. John
Zurich of Lead. Mrs. Zurich is- new
In the hospital, where the suiseens
are trying to save her life.
The baby caught his mother's little
finger In his mouth and bit it. Blood
poisoning resulted from the injury.
Arrested on Forgery Charge.
On complaint of Brneat Carleson
Sheriff Bangs placed Fred Richardson,
a contractor, in the county jail at
Rapid City to face a charge of forgery.
Richardson has been a sub-contractor
on the plant of the Black Hills Gyp
•um Products company and It is al
leged that he received from the com
pany the check for Carleson, signed
the latter's name and then cashed it
at a resort
Long Sleep Ends In Death
After sixteen days' continuous
sleep Valla Ella is dead at St Jos
eph's hospital at Deadwood with
out having regained consciousness.
Physicians cannot say what caused
his long sleep. BJlia was a railroad
laborer at Rapjd City. He had no
accident or sickness and an examina
tion revealed the presence of no
blood clot or other trouble.
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Fair Grounds and Ball Park.|i
A oommlttee appointed by the Com
mercial club, of Sioux Falls has taken
nil the work of raising $20,000 tor the
purchase of fair grounds and a base
ball park. A'fair association will be
organized with a capital stoek of
ISO,000.
Bends fer Sohoetlhouse.^
By a rote ot, 866 ,to 50 Rapid Ctty
voters decided to bane $20,000 worth
ef bends for a new school building.
The women took a keen Interest In
the election and worked even harder
I than the men to bring out a rote.
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I LOWER RATES
Residents West of the Missouri
Appeal to Commission.
SPECIAL MEETING MARCH 12
Executive Committee of 8tate Federa
tion of Business Men's Clubs
Has the Matter In Hand.
The matter of preparing a new
schedule of reduced freight rates for
that portion of South Dakota lying
west of the Missouri river was con
sidered to some extent at the "regular
monthly meeting of the state board of
railroad./ commissioners, which has
just been held at the headquarters of
the commission in Sioux Falls.
The commissioners decided that the
board should hold a special meeting
at Fort Pierre oh March 12 for the
express purpose of considering the
matter. The railroad commissioners
have been advised that the executive
committee of the State Federation of
Business Men's Clubs will meet with
the board at that time and submit
data in support of the demand tor an
adjustment and reduction of freight
rates west of the Missouri river.
The railroad commissioners on
March 18 will hold another special
meeting, this time At Huron, for the
consideration of rates on milk and
cream..
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MANY VIOLENT DEATHS,
Sulaldea Head the Number In South
.Dakota.
•JfcWW-«*• year 1907 there were
H2 violeat deatlui In South Dakota
suicides aad drownings being la the
Majority. They are classed aa fol
Iows:
Suicides, S3 .murders, ii{ drowned,
accidental ganahot wounds, 28
railroad accidents, 27 borned to
C«ath, 88 kiiled Jqr horses, 17.
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wrty-cne- desths-. «4 follows: «nn
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Baby Gets No Milk, Advertise In the Saturday News
WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAKOTA, ^RlDAT, MARCH 3, 1908.
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Over-work Headaches
Reading Headaches
Sewing Headaches-
Bright-light Headaches
Fancy-work Head$?hes
After the Concert Headaches
After-church Headaches
Everlasting^Hea^aches
All these headaches and
many others, cured by use
of our correctly fitted glasses.
Eyes Examined Free
18 years daily experience and sue
cessful optical work has gained for
ua a reputation for reliability.
If yon don't need glasses we'll
tell yon so,—and eatiefiction, or
your money back for the glasses
anytime within one year.
Chas. E. BaMaf
Jeweler and Optician Vatertovo
104 Kemp Ave Eaat
PARTIES SELECT COLORS.
Republican Ballots White, Derneerata
Yellow and Soolallata Pinlr-,,
II "Ww Soclallsta at last hpvo got lato
line under the provisions of the pri
nwery law and have filed with the seo
Wtary of state their choice of oolor
f« their official jtrjmary ballot hav
ing teleoted pink for that porpcMe.
Thtt makes three colors—Republican,
vrWte Democratic, yellow Soolallat,
pft»It WWle It generally uadffe
•tood that the Wehlbltlontahr wjU use
^tte for their h^Uetr they have aot
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secretary of statauts mak* It a fecal
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Th6 "live wire'! has blown out its fuse.
course Sister will not support Lester fop m»yur. jester
caught her with the "goods" and made her put it back Again,'
.He-is a horrid, mean man, isn't he Sis?','4
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»bad fare, and higher freight and by far more taxes under this aM
leged refoim administration than you did under the old adminig.
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Then a fussy little man appeared.'
"Did you save my tickets?" he asked.
"What name?"
"Sardine, J. W. Sardine."
"How many?"
"Nine."
"All Sardines?"
"Yes."
I put the Sardines in a box
look?d
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Couldn't you make 'em do at a stretch?" I asked.
She went away mad. '-ji
The next woman brought two small childitenind asle#f'
she could leave them with me in the box office.
"Why don't you take 'em in?" I askedrLlX- W 4SU
at me scornfully.
"I can't appl^ji^he show^with a pair of kid^dn iny^nds
she said.
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"WeL I don't want 'em on my hands," I said
So the woman took them off
$1.00 PER YEAR
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?u5?Uc °Pinion. as usual, "misquoted Alderman-
Nelson Wednesday's issue regard to the March primaries,,"
Mr. Nelson says he is for Glass, but for Crawford—never. &
Crawford
|ittle of it will go a long ways. Even took our passes away from
Tte and gave everything to the railroads. Reform, did you sari
Where is the axl
The insurgents purchased a whole lot of "bliie%?^$Lh
they bought the Daily Public Opinion. You aU remember in Wa,
tertown and Codington county how we dug down in our pockets'
and raised $21,000 for the Minneapolis & St. Louis railroad to
build its extension out of Watertown. By-the-Ways, perhaps
Very money was used in the
Public Opinion. You may have stock in that paper and notknow
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ask what is yourjoccupatioa, sirP'^M'the old
boarder of the latest arrival'.
"My occupation!" replied the new-comerf :^'Oh'J am a
sculptor.f
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purchase] of the Dailv
b? a acq^|ionrto this
tabic.,. Will you kiudly come up to this tad and carve th&=fowl?'^%
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THE LITTLE PILL COMPILER IN THE BOX OFFICE.
Fred Englesby, the joUy Kttle pill roller, who is one of tS"^'
managers of the Grand opera house, thothe wtiuld try his hand
at the box office last Monday night. This is usually Billy Culver's
duties, the other partner in the management of the play house
but he thot he would let Fred try it for one night. Here is FreS
story of his experience on that eventful evening:
Just before the show a man came up to the window at,A'
said, "Gimme the dog seat."
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dog/'1 said,"why dan't you sit onyoarpaata?" W
Oh, come," he growled, "you know what I mean—K 9 fit
He got it. Then an Englishman came up.
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the.bend
Hell/'he said. He got on t#'
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pounds
"I want two good seats," she said.
"I can give youjone in thejorchestraand oneKn thebalconv
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A very fat woman was next. She musthave weighed 40o"
She turned red. ,£r^ ,5
,, "T^fon,t do/' sha snapped. "I want 'em both" for "mv.
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to you sonny—you little twelve or thirteen year
old boy who is smoking cigarettes on the sly. What do you want
to be whoi you grow^up-a stalwart, healthy, vigorous/ broad
shouldered man, or a little puny, meaijj^no account, weakminded
dude? If you want to be a man, strong like a man, with hair Jff?
your face, braids in your head, and*rascles in vour Kmbs, you
just let tho^-^garettes alofle. 'If you want to beV thing rfjed
by your folks, despised by the giris, and held contempt bv tire
ellow8, keep right on smokin^and end vour days in the LaS
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