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INDEPENDENCE
My son, unless you learn to save you must make
up your mind that you will work the balance of
your life for someone else. To
save is to be free and indepen
dent.
$1.00 starts a savings account.
erest compounded quarterly.
THE FIRE TEST
AND THE TEST OF TIME
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Test Forman, Ford's 100 Pure Paint
"Tin: b::st by test"
TEST THE REST—THEN BUY THE BEST
100 per cent Pure Linseed Oil—100 per cent Pure Lead, 100
per cent Pure Zinc Oxide, machine ground until perfectly
combined gives the FORMAN, FORD lOOjg PURE PAINT
the wonderful elasticity that resists the expansion and con
traction caused by the extremities of heat and cold, and
preserves its fresh appearance for years.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE COLOR ASSORTMENT
Towslee & Towslee
Read the News for News
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Do You Want a Piano?
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Get one of our handsome nickel
plated Pocket Savings Banks.
Save your spare change. Int­
Security National Bank
Watertown, South Dakota
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
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REVEAL THii EXCELLENCE OF
Forman, Ford & Go.'s
4! PURE PAINT
Do not base your judgment of the quality of
paint or your idea of ecxmomy on the price of
A hi^h priced p.ii'i! may not be pure a
cheap paint can'c be. It is not economy to buy
a cheap paint Kiav nnd he put to the additional
expense of burning or r.'.ping the tatters of it off
when you are compelled tu repaint in a year or two.
PIANO
QUESTIONS
What Kind Do You Want?
If you do not know what kind you want—then
what we know about pianos is at your service.
W. Cook^s Music House
-V'\' "V**#. WATESTOWN, S. D.
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THE SATURDAY NEWS. WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAKOTA
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Why is it that Cupid never settled down and got married?
A pessimist is a boy who sits on the bank of the river and watches
the optimist swim.
Poverty has kept many people from being killed in automobile acci
dents.
It will take more than a pair of jacks to open the Sioux river at the
outlet of the sewer
It is not difficult for a girl to play flrst fiddle if she knows how to liar,
die her beau.
Jack Johnson, his admirers are pleased to learn, lent coior to the gay
festivities in London during the coronation period.
Be candid, and your friends will call you ill-bred be quiet, and peo
ple will think you are hatching mischief be talkative, and they will
criticise you.
A cannibal bold from Penzance
Ate his uncle and two of his ance,
A cow and a calf
An ox and a half,
And now he can't button his pance.
Under the primary law of this state there is but one legal way that any
man can be a candidate for office of governor and that is to write his
platform, announce his candidacy and go directly to the people, without
endorsement, entanglement, alliance with or aproval of any clique or
Bang. Such is my candidacy announced with determination to win be
fore the people of this state.—Egan.
A state exchange, prone to give advice, publishes the lollowing: Never
marry until you are certain that single life is a failure and under no cir
cumstances marry until you find someone who will have you. Be sure
you are right then go ahead. Boys, remember that a girl rigged in rib
bon and paint may look good enough to eat but that smile however may
be made to order and come off with her best clothes.
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Mr. Uooley in his "Dissertations:'' "Th' throuble about mathrlmony,
as I have observed it fr'm me seat in th' gran' stand, is that after fifteen
or twinty years it settles down to an endurance thrile. 'Women,' as Ho
aun says, 'are creatures iv such beauoneous mien that to be loved they
have but to be seen but he says 'wanst they're seen and made secure,'
lie says: 'we first embrace, thin pity, thin endure,' he says."
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Times have changed in many ways. In former times when a man got
a pain in his stomach his wife laid a red hot stove lid on him and the
next morning he was ready to slop the hegs and feed the calf and kick
li.e cat. Now if a umi gets an uncomfortable feeling back of his waist
band the doctor calls it appendicitis, lays him on a table, cuts a hole ill
his anatomy and he—dies maybe. Again in the good old days you could
take a razor or a corn cutter and cut your corns, put on your hoots and
plow all day. Now If you scrape the top of your-corn toe blood poisjn
sets in and off comes your leg. This is a strenuous age.
A DROP OF INK.
A drop of printer's ink
May make a thousand think,
i., :. A single drop
May keep your shop
„. From getting on the blink.
A drop, when hardly dry,
,3**" Makes many people buy.
It helps your biz
r. And therefore is
a goodly thing to try.
WHAT WE CAN DO.
We cannot run this old world. We cannot change a law ol the uni
verse nor control the planets as they roll on in their orbit to the end of
time. The glory of the sun and the grandeur of the' stars are beyond our
ken or compremension. We cannot au. to the fragrance of the rose nor
detract from the beauty of the inmost tints of the lilac blossom. With
nature and nature's God, we poor, weak creatures can little interfere,
nor are we of much moment or consideration. But to the lives of our
fellowmen we are all and all. How much love, joy and sunshine, peace,
happiness and glory, we could bring to the hearts of those about us if
we would but try. If we would displace Selfishness by Generosity, Slan
der by Praise, uies by Truth, Hatred by Love, and tear from our bosoms
the demons of Greed and Jealousy, Avarice and Ignorance, we could
make this old world a fit habitation for God's noblest handiwork and
by lives of Righteousness bring tears of joy to the eyes of Him who broke
bread with beggars, slept in the bush and sweat blood in the garden of
Gethsemane, that the thieves, crooks and grafters of this planet might
have a chance for Eternal Life. This is what we can do! Suppose we
try!—George William Egan.
I'D BATHER BE A PRINTER.
By W. ALLEN HELLER.
I'd rather be a printer,
With Ink spots in my hair,
Than to be a wealthy miser
With money everywhere.
I'd rather be an editor,
And sit up late at night
Writing up a story
For the paper Friday night
Than to be a dazzling lawyer,
Whose thoughts must needs run high.
For 'tis he who saves the crimnal
From being doomed to die.
I'd rather be a printer,
And a stickin* type all day,
Thaii to be a happy farmer
In the field a pitchin' hay.
I'd rather be a printer
And a mover of the press
Than to be a pious preacher
With a thousand souls to bless
I'd rather be an editor
And spread the news abroad
Of a crooked politician
Whose wealth vas pained by fraud.
Yes, I'd rather be a printer
And an editor, by Joe,
Than to. be an ugly rascal
With my pockets fu.i of dough
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BY BILLY SOURCE
W. D. MORRIS, Pre.., H. D. RICE, V. Pres., L. t.
if BE CITIZENS NATI6Ji£lr
Over
Commercial Bank
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Capital, Surplus and undivided profits $150,000,00^
WATERTOWN. SO. DAI
When you are offend for* the safety df your
the careful conservative management and long suc
cessful experience of this STRONG BANK, and for
your general affairs the many facilities of the large
business done by us, why should you be satisfied
with anything less?
4 per cent per annum is paid on Six Months Time
Deposits and en iJa?ing Accounts We can handle
your real-estate loans.
An Unbiased Opinion on
Garland Flour
Quoting tbe leading authority on flour in the New
England States.
"I have baked twice your sample of Garland.
Floua, finishing the last one today.
In making the test every operation of the baker
is followed closely from the mixing of the dough,
the proving and forming, entering the oven and
finally the weighing of the bread.
I find that this is a Beautiful Family Flour of
Good Texture and Nice Color." asrjf
(Name on Application.)^
Made in Watertown by the
W. H. Stokes Milling Company
WATERTOWN SOUTH DAKOTA
complete and up-to-date Bakery in the state
of South Dakota and we extend a standing
invitation to our customers to go through
our workshop and inspect for themselves.
Our goods are for sale by allgrocers.
Call Main 281
The New Music Store
The Myers Music Co., formerly Ain
sworth's, are now ready for business in
the new Foley Block, 224 E. Kemp Ave.
We have a complete stock of
pianos, organs, music, musical
goods, phonographs and rec
ords.
Give us a call. We guarantee
satisfaction and a square deal
to everybody.
Prof. F. B. Fenwick, Mgr.
DR. G. W. RUSSELL
"The Dentist"
DEPENDABLE DENTISTRY
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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We aire now able
to furnish the best
Bread, Pie, Cake,
Rolls or anything
in the bakery line.
We have the most
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