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IF SICK- WHY PAY
Unless Health First Returns.
Bore is what should and can bo done!
Now you would not willingly pay lor food
«|lukt was worthless—would you?
Then why pay for medici ne until thattuedi*
^Ine first proves to you ita actual worth?
Positively knowing what Dr. Shoopja Re
jtorative can do for the sick, 1 say to all "don't
my unless health first rHnrns". And I back my
itostoralivo with a stoned end sealed 80 day
kelp. No pay" contract.
I positively pledge to the sick everywhere
that
"Br. Shoop's Restorative is
absolute• •.
lyfree if it fails". I*t others do the
same—
or else pass their prescriptions by.
you neni niorf btivngth. more vitality
1
more vigor or more vim. USM my Ucstoratlve a
few days and not« the immMiiate improvement.
when the Stomach. Hi-urt, or Kidneys go
Wrong, thon t"St Dr.Shoop's Restorative. I do not
dose the Stomach nor MiumhtU.' the Heart or Kid
neys, for that Is wrong. rami) go 1 eas-taway thai
mistaken i«lea In nwdicliM- Th-- books below will
best tell you how I nm sncc^^iing.
Thewj hookn hl-o t*-11 of a tiny hidden "In
dde n»?rv!." no larger than silken thread. They
tell I »w that nerw. until it. falls, actually gives
to the Heart Its power. Its tone,
Iwtallaro not authorized to tfivu the 30 day test
So drop me a Mne please—and thus Rave
disappointment and delays. Tell mo also which
book you need. I
A postal will
do.
Besides, you or«- fr^e to consult me as yon
would your homo ph.\i«-itn. My advice and the
book below are
yours—ami without
GROUP
Keedlaa, Parts and Supplies for baB
Wheeler & Wilson and Singer Machhw
SOLD ONLY BY
SINGER
•SWING MACHINE CO
ivii- i«.Oak8t. Watertown
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Tn*ft
CHDTSUWS also pocaws th«!'T*kc
DJwn" feature, which fi-sai's the*
Ctwope
'uldro
its
Action or Imi'Ulse.
These Ixxjks will oi«-n tip new and helpful
Ideas to those who nrc not will. They tell how
the stomach, and Kldneysi-ach l^av^»th»•i^"ln8l(1e,,
or power nerves. They t« how the Restorative
was especially mal» to
,• !I
weak or failing inside ik
and r--vitalizetheso
TVCS.
All of those facts
tell why I am able to *:iy. "It is fr«e if it falls".
Tills it» why I say "i'tkc no chance on a
medicine trho.se inn} dare not back it
just as I do by this markable offer".
So write mo today for the order.
I have appointed honest ond responsible
druggists in nearly every community to issue my
medicines to the sick.
But write me first for the order.
All druggists
sell Ir.
Shoop's Restorative.
cost.
JPorhaps a word or iwu from ine will clear
Op SOtne fceriousallm'-M. I ha v» helped thousand*
upon
thousands by my
w:vate
(ersonal advice plnn.
prescription or
My h.'st
effort
Is
pi
worth your
simple requ
A noiiyinou.- cfmnai
nt to m.-uro r»»turn of n«j«
uever-endlng
usini
KhmcIii
OH1.
surely
And
hrU
made th? GckJ
Award
to
I.W.HARPER
KENTUCKY
WHISKEY
nwdato
awarded tit
\,v For Sale by
Farl, Langdahl & Co.
STEVEN")
JF. you intend to Camp or
so
1
on a Vaca­
tion Trip, remember that the accurate
Dfid reJlnbla STEVENS
RIPUS3, PIS-
?01,a AND SHOTG-JN3 ere omdj tn
~A-Azb &nd. Models euitible ta cvcry re
jiulrSsnent cf the eliooter. Ciii- EJFtiBS'-'
the
STEVENS can be corried^n
O-fjor small Package,
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i.gtfmt.
.Rcfcrettce^fur
Jmd sh.k- i-ftrt.
PtffoseTy
|Uete SnjVtNr»
Vitt
ctfi^ in sta«tj?p^
"OWS ANtt CUHKWC"
wilt 'be.
drtsf for dtt'cvttlsin
J. STEVENS ARMS
&T03L CX
TEU. YHCM YOU SAW TM« AO
•'NEW*."
The Saturday News
Published Every Friday at Watrrtown, Codington County,
Soul I) Dakota, on Midway.
M. BAkKKK. EiDiTOK AND IVIILISHKR.
.t Th" l'ostolliiif. VViit'Ttu.vr Smith Dakota. SfM'.md Class Matter
."VI S OF SUBSCKICTION.
ONK DOLLAR AND HALF PKH YKAK IN ADVANCE.
$L.\(K) in Canada.
Cli, in M'li ma be ije IN iifn«». iive old well
ration.- •'•'II n«»t recoivn
cLetl maiui.-' ript.
TKI.BI'l ii »NI- NUMHKKS
E I O I A
THE CONFERENCE AND THE PRIMARY.
Argus-Leader. —In the course of an editorial on the stalwart con
ference held at Watertown, and the calling of a large conference to ln
held at Huron on the first of February, Col. Bowen of the Huronite
says:
"The stalwart faction of the state, thru its action at Watertown,
has given emphasis to its hostility to the primary election system in
calling what will in effect be a state convention and its announced in
tention to name a state ticket at the gathering."
you have it fresh in mind, for^tomorrow now carcfully into th6 plan adopted for the Huron meeting", he will be fair
oomM. Dr Shoop. Biix 12 Ii.ici.ie, \yu.
enuf
Which Book Shfcll I crnd To®" •«. t_ .. i_ i. ». ....
No.l On Pyspopsia No 4 For women lth the state primary law. it comes nearer to giving it vital ex
No.2 0nth«Hoiirt No SForM.'n pression than any action yet taken towards putting up a ticket since
No. 8 On tho Kidney» No. On Khuumatlsm ... .. ... ..
the law was enacted. The Mitchell Republican in dicsussing the
matter was fair enuf to say that such a conference if conducted as
sure^wfth'Di^ shoo^ announced would be completely fair and was an acknowledgment of
i^roup Remedy. One the right of the rank and file to have the naming of candidates for the
v™,\tSinr^l!rnordil consideration of the electors.
tioss. A safe AMIpieoftingsyrup .vie.Druggists The primary law was passed to put an end to the boss in politics.
We are inclined to believe that if the genial colonel will study
to admit that instead of the movement being in lack of harrnonv
As interpreted by the machine now in power.'t does not do this. The
ticket which will go upon the primary ballot to represent the Vessey
I Crawford machine has been picked for months. Mr. Vessoy is to run
for governor. Byrne
governor. Byrne is to run for 1 ieutonanf governor, Curtis and
Ewert are to run for congress. Lawrence is to run for state superin-
tendent of schools and the first termers are all to stand for renomina-[
tion. Who picked out this ticket? How many voters were consulted?
How do '.he bosses know that the people want Vessey and Byrne and
Curtis and Ewert.' Is it not actually true that this ticket was named
absolutely by these five men—Crawford, Basford, Shober, Gambel and
Vessey? Is this in harmony with the spirit of the primary? Did the
people suppose that when the primary law was passed five men could
meet in a back room and select their officers for them?
Now suppose that thp stalwarts had done the same thing. Sup
pose that Senator Kittredge, two congressmen, and one or two others
had met in a room at the Cataract, and named a complete ticket to go
upon the primary ballot? Then the people would have had only this
choice—a selection from two tickets each picked by a few bossea, and
neither of which (might have been satisfactory. Then indeed would
he spirit of the primary have been ravished, and the common people
excluded from the right of an effective choice.
The stalwarts however,adopted a different,and we believe a better
plan. They decided to make it a people's affair. They decided to call
a state caucus open to all republicans who can honestly come in under
the call. No preliminary caucuses are to be held. Any one can go
who desires. The doors of the conference kail swing inward. The
public will be admitted as spectators. Each one present can cast his
vote for whatever candidate he pleases. This is exactly in harmony
with the principle of the primary. If it is not so, we ask Col.Bowen
to point out whv.
if it is not so, we ask him to point, out a better plan. Does
Col.Bowen seriously argue that the method adopted by theCrawford
Vessev machine is a better one? Does it not eliminate the people
from anything except the power of veto? Does it not cut out all
popular initiative? Or shall candidacy be left simply to the per
sonal ambition of individuals? Well so be it it is so left to all
Btalwars, after the conference is held, if they are not satisifed. Any
of them can get on the ticket if they can secure the required number
of signatures. The rights of none are abridged, the conference being
held simply to solidify the stalwart support upon one ticket, and to
have enuf strength back of it to secure its nomination in June. If
a better fairer, or wiser plan could have been made we have yet to
hear one of its critics outline what that plan is.
It is somewhat curious that the stalwarts who are not favorably
disposed to the primary on the ground that it would ruin party organ
ization, which it has done, should be thf, ones who are adhering mos1
rigidly to its principle, while the ao-ealled reformers who shouted
for the primary as the greatest reform of the generation are those
who now seek to turn it to ridicule by ignoring the plain spirit of its
provisions. The republican voten hope to be able to end the whole:
miserable business of party disruption, extravagant management, and
personal politics in June, and to that end they have issued' the call
for a great meeting at Huron to start the ball to rolling. That the
convention is going to be a success is beyond doubt. Some who favor
compromise are oppioaed but the conference is certain to be a winner
*6
O'
:-A divorce
ctfRE
While unwived anchorites and ethereal spinsters have been^maun
dering over the divorce evil, a Brooklyn judge has hit upon an idea
that should commend itself to every married couple so unfortunate r
»o unsensible as to be discontented.
Mr. and Mrs.Herb,-it seems,having agreed that they simply could
not get along together, went to a Justice Crane and asked him for a
divorce. Inquiry showed that Mr. Herb had never beaten Mrs Herb
and that Mrs. Herb had never flung skillets at Mr. Herb. There was
nothing that was romantic to the affair. They simply didn't agree.
Had Justice Crane been a sentimentalist he would have uttered some
touching sermon on the sacredness of the wedding vow and then have!
given the pair what they came for, after duly pocketing his fee. Had
he been a free thinner, as that term is fashionably espoused, he would
have praised them for their rise above social conventions But'he was
neither. He was a judge of human nature as well as of law. And so
instead of granting the diyprce he declared that Mr and Mrs: Herb
should live absolutely $p4ri .for a perioa of one year, no more no
less. -, -i
t,
seven times oit of ten it would prevent^peraanent (Hvo'nle. Many
our most spectacular divorce 4uits, if siftei the bottom, would
prove that the husband's only fault lied in the fact that he is a hus
fcand and that the wife's only shortcoming is that she is already mar
Tied to tha man. A twelvemiath of reparation would often afforj a
prospective in ^hich tha ujly an*lei aij harsh colors of domestic
life would fade. Even Dame Rip Van Winkle thot'tetter of poor old
Rip when he never came htttae from the
wuatains.-
farther aa^ W that uni#arr\{e4 lovers* quarrels ta of absence'
healing $*n a poimd »f «mdy.
"You see," said old Juatice'Cfane, "Mr. Mrs.
married/ «Ugren Srs .and they're both very nice'lpeoi
at tirej. They've been too mneh in
'Ht SATUROAY MEW3 THE'UVE WEEKLY" JF THE LIVEOITV WAT ERTOWN ft, B.
attention. Postage must in
.. Main 3i:
.. Red 21'
K°es
..... ....... .H&ertain in its results—the baking is always Jighter^#^
decision more sagacious than any Solomon ever deliver- more delicious and inore evenly taised* iYou never
fed. Trial divorce thia'plan has been styled, would be far less tedi
have a spoiled batch of bakinff bv its hse. ..
ous, expensive ands«npleasant.than our present system and DrnlnWw' Tt
&
Ona could
go
still
&
Icimpany they have no children and thay have not hal enuf outside
interests They need to be away from each other a year and then they
jwill realize how much they niied each other. When they come back
home they'll get along better."
Every man is a dog now and then. Few women who are not oc
casionally cats. All men and all women are only grown up children,
and therefore impatient. Not one marital spat out of a hundred has
anything Ibsenesqae about it. tho of course they all seem so for the
moment. But really they only come from people taking things seri
ously.
MORSE AND OTHERS
No longer a young man, brilliant and versatile in talents, the
new most relentless exponent of rigid justice could not withold sympa
'tl.y from Charles W. Mors-1, the "ice king" convicted of "pyra
midal banking" practices, who has been seent to the Atlanta federal
prison for a fifteen year sentence.
Bitterness characterized the statement given out by Mr. Morse
a.- he, left New York. He holds he has already been punished enuf.
He believes he is being made a scapegoat in response to th national
cry for a victim from among those "men higher up."
An annex to the federal p.ison would be required to hold
them, if all the "frenized financiers" who have turned deals no
worse than those of Morse had similarly been brot to justice. As
it is they are immune, while he has ceased to be a man and has be
come a number.
And yet, while it may be true that Morse has to some extent been
made a scapegoat, the fact remains that the crime for which he was
punished was one that menaced thp financial security of the whol«
country. It may be that even tho he has been made an almost soli
tary victim of his class, the precedent will be a good one with other
"high financiers," who are now living on the fat of the land and yet
who in reality are as guilty as Morse.
And there is no doubt that the public would feel much better
about it if all, while justice locks the key on Morse, it would at the
same time take steps to bring to his' companionship some of the un
punished "higher up" officials of the sugar trust,'who have been bold
ly stealing from the government with the cjnfidence that they could
pay themselves out when caught.
If your Stomach, Heart or Kid-1 ing nerves Each organ has its own
neys are weak, try at least, a few controlling nerve When the?e
doses only of Dr. Shoop's Rtstora- nerves fail, the depending organs
tive. In five or ten days only, the must of necessity falser. This
result will surprise you. A few plain, yet vital truth, clearly tells
cents will cover the cost. And why Dr Shoop's Restorative is so
here is why help comes so quickly, universally successful. Its success
Dr Shoop doesn't drug the Sto-1 is leading druggists everywhere to
inach, nor stimulate he Heart or [give it. universal preference. A
Kidneys. Dr.. Shoop's Restorative test will surely tell. Sold by A.
.L .......
directly to the weak and fail-1 Du'ffner.
"Little Johnnie Jones."
After having bpen presented in
all the leading cities the past
season including an engagement
covering a period of six months in
New York several weeks in Boston
four weeks in Philadelphia, and
over four months in Chicago,Little
Johnny Jones will be presented in
this city at the Grand opera house
on Jan. —.
The engagement promises to
be the most notable of the season,
for no musical production present
ed last year scored so emphatically
as this product of Mr. Geo. M.
Cohan's pen. Little Johnny Jones
has been highly praised by the
critics everywhere who writa in
glowing terms of its originality in
construction^nd speak in the high
est praise' its captivating and
catchy music, of which there are
twenty-two nmubrrs. Mr.Cohan
has been given much credit for the
consistent story he has written,
which tells the fortune and ad
Ventures of an American jockey,
who goes to England to win
fame- on the English turf. Amy
Leslie.one of Chicago's most noted
critics says that Little Johnny
Jones is the best written, best ex
pressed, and best presented enter
tainment traveling in America."
Among other things in her CJI^
umn criticism of the performance
she finds occasion to remark: "Its
wit is of that vibrating, unctuous
and richly original sort, which is
essentially American,and its little
romance is neat and interesting.
In it there is more actual wit,
more innocent inibchief, more ad
mirable acting and good, singing
than in any ten of the Average
musical shows. It is full of
breezy songs, winged dances, act
ually intelligent comedy, and is
the very essence of entertainment.
Little Johnny Jones will be
seen in this city with the same
stupendous production, magnfi
cent wardrobe and its famous
chorus of forty which made its en­
More
Cheap
-and
5
have beejjJ|§g|v
AtJjjW
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gagement in all the principal cit
ies notable last season. The cast
is a large and excellent one, and
in all, the company numbers sev
enty five people, one of the larg
est, in fact, on tour this season.
The play is in three acts, the first
act showing a mammoth scene rep
resenting the exterior of the Hotel
Cecil in London the second act,
a realistic scene depicting the de
parture of an ocean liner from its
pier at Southampton, England,and
the third act the Chinese quarters
of SanFrancisco, at night, gaily
but weirdly illuminated. A pro
duction with such an unquestion
able reputation that has preceded
it here is sure to attract a crowd
ed house, which is already indica
ted by the large demand for seats.
Our photos draw attention. All
our photos have that exquisite fin
ish everyone desires. Gray's Stu
dio,
Economical 1
and Big Cs
MUCH BETTER
Because Calptqet Baking Powder is more/
CALUMET
teqmres
—hence
BAKING POWDE
r"^oo have etfer usedl—asV yo
—targe haqjtoise
retijs
The only „Benil 4c sad sop found in pound
each otherrB]^35«hn»ttR»o«W»dt
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Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury.
as mercury, will surely destroy
the sense of smell and completely
derange the whole system when
entering it' thru the mucous sur
faces. Such articles should never
be used except in prescription
from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is ten fold
to the, good you can possibly derive
from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co Toledo, 0., contains no mer
cury, and is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. 1
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be
sure you get the genuine. It is
taken internal ly and made in Tole
do, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
Testimonials free.
Sold by all druggists.^ Price,75c
per bottle.
Take Hal 1 *s„ Family PilUjfor
constipation. 28-32 '.
Kind
,5,'
goes
further.-
iaedoca.
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Am'"-—
t- •••sr.'.isr
Do You Have
TAKE ONE
OF THESE
LITTLE
TABLETS
AND THE
PAIN
18 GONE.
"My first experience with
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
was a sample package handed
me. They relieved the pain
so promptly that I have never
been without them since. I
have given them to. many
friends when they'had head
ache and they never failed to
relieve them. I have suffered
with neuralgia in my head,
and the first one I took re
lieved me. They .have cured
me of neuralgia. I wouid not
be without them."
MISS LILLIE B. COLLINS
R. F. D. No. 1, Salem, Va.
Sold by druggist* everywhere, who
ire authorized to return price of
If they fall to benefit.
return price of flrtt
eneflt.
ILE8 MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
F. A.
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Expert Piano Tuner
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His reiit receipt represents the'
income of his landlord upon the
latter's investment in the home
the renter occupies.
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ijMFEEUNG Of COfc
ll.
Washington, D.
The
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w. ,'f
His likelihood of being ,perma-|§f4'
nently settled depends only upon."
the whim of that same landlord..}^
His chances of getting needed^p
repairs and improvements are^l
dependent upon the liberality of&w
the owner.
His earnings, to the amount of
the rent he pays, are misdirected,'^'
as they shoulr1 be paving for a
home of his own.
Why ftbt let 'tis liilp jtetit-loosea^
the shackles?
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Estat&fxchange'
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