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O JOHN DANIEL MAC KAV
ft
Attorney st Law
Phone RpiI 87.
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WINCHESTER
MODEL 1910
Self-Loading Rifle
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A Blow
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H3TS LiKE TtiF H\H«i 3 IR.tB
WlCHESTE8 KEFHIiMi
UMi CO..
Havfo, Cona^ I'. S. A.
Colorado
—If You Haven't
Been—GO
the sea, you should go to
Colorado |i:oulU- On\
tor nam of Cm nd
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win tMr Mr i«
Jin ttmmm
I he Law Regarding
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If you've been there you're going
again, Colorado never surfeits.
And if you're travel-wise you're going V»ylll3QGr LXpiOUcS)
FAMOUS LIMITED
TRAINS
—run every day in the year—|
The most discriminating travelers do.
The road of Supreme Service and
transportation at its utmost of fastid-:
ious comfort.
A day's journey to remember all
your days.
Beds, not beiths. Feasts, not meak.
O. L. BECK, Agent, Antelope Herds on
the Cheyenne River
CHICHESTER SPILLS
DIAMOND
•60^
LADIES
fef.
BRAND
BS-TRR'S
A
RED and/A
ATK yotir UR«MC«U» for CHI^HES-TKR'S
DIAMOND BRAND PILLS in RED
3OID metallic bor«, sealed WITH
Ribboo. TAKE NO OTBBU. BQT OT I
Sramlil and uk for
vitb BluevOx
K^TZhsV
CHI»CME!«UT/ I_
DIAUON1) nilANU PILLS, for ttvmtv-flvQ
yenra
regarded
ns
BEST, Safest,
Always
Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
3S& EVERYWHERE
iDOCwrUM
PvanSed
«0l'» Medal
yos1«oa 1900
twrM*»y.
Far), Lfngdahl & Co.
I I knows tl. »i \».*ar in aad w-nr
fj Leave or Absence
i'hoiie. M. M_'l. \Wuw *i, S TV r: 11.: r-: 'il.-Miia.- i: ot *,
1l- l.«-:tf-r tlr.iii tu aUciup' to
I a .- -a
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O O O O I:«•! a .. !.»r: •-1 -r i!: Tin Aiuus l.ra-li'i' is ma kniti 'i
c\!( inic liti'iiuht a shun «»tu-
DR. H. M. FREEBURG. bK i\\KT\! K.VI OF Till: I .Vi jlt. -i, iiiUiivil cmp uf
Physician and Surgeon. W'a -hint u\\. I» Mai 1 i* I
«m Granite lilor-k. 4th Floor. :.m :lf. t. n.«- v..,UM ^uft«-i U-ss it
Ofllro hours. :j to f, am! 7 to S I Mii-:s I- •,... ,.!V
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OLD SOLDIER TORTURED.
For lift unspr'tkafo'-
I,:I HIri•
If you ve-never felt the majesty .IN,,
11
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I -1 I'mit"! Sii'--S
yn sinipiy ei-pm
i"™ Wrecks the Machine
nu*
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iiMliRi-htimi. consiipa- I
N v,.,
and peace of mountains, drunk ,Sinllh.W!,r Krit-. i*ii. -i.nl
deep of crystal air, known in. Kr.m's n.-«- i.u.- intu m
what sleep means a mile above
1
riein.
..Vrot.-
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I I Ihm-.I nu-.\ uvalih. annually. |ei
A. K.
Try
livcr
Ul,i"oy
it. lit all lnmtslst8.
One of tiie tirst explosions of an I
automobile in this slate occurred at
the farm house of Walter Coleman,
near Hudson. He had just returned
from a long trip and placed the car
in the garage when the explosion oc
curred. The cylinder head shot up
through the roof and other portions
cf the machine were scattered around
over the Immediate vicinity, practi
cally destroying the machine. The
water cooling apparatus had become
nearly empty and is thought, to have
caused the eiplo»ion.
Settler* along the Cheyenne river
report antelope to be ranging In that
section In several small herds. The
last legislative session placed tbeee
animals under the protection of the
law. prohibited their being killed or
hunted at any time, placing a pen
alty of a fine of not leas than $100. nor
more than $300 for each offense, and
aading to it Imprisonment in Jail for
three months, making that a part "ot
the sentence In every conviction, with
out option on the part of the commit
ting offlccr.
Truth About Crop
Is Good Enough
The Saturday News believes tbe
following statement concerning crop
conditions in South Dakota, and the
unwisdom of underestimating the
damage due to the prevailing drought,
takenfrom the Pierre Dakotan is a
wise one. South Dakota has
peawjl
the time when an occasional drought
can prove more than a temporary
hlnderance to her advancement. The
,an other stair iu
r:iiil ii
ummh Whwi rntidit ions! lo happen
Tin- i"!!uv. t' ,\ nnlifr hail usual, a
i:t.
'i N- ...i.'. v. i- lo !m»i think .- U-
Interesting Features
of Mexico's Dictator
Red Cross Executive Describes Per
sonality of Now Famous
Mexican Leader.
"In Kranclsco I. Madero, one sees
no trace of the military leader,"
says Krnest P. Bieknell, National Di
rector of the American Red Cross, who
has juBt returned from the Mexican
border, where the Red Cross is car
ing for Mexican refugees and wound
ed Mc-xican soldiers. "In physique he
us unimpressive, In manner quiet and
unaggressive. His expression ts
pleasing and gentle. In conversation
his face lights up and one sees in
him, the idealist, the dreamer. In
jitinc-Hvely one feels the absolute sin
cerity of the man and Is prepared
lo believe hlro capable of the great
est sacrifice for his people and coun
try. But there Is no suggestion of
the fanatic. That he Is a man of cul
ture and education is always appar
ent, and his use of the English lasf
guage many educated Americans
might well envy, it 1s Impossible not
to believe that he must have resort
ed to anna»and warfare with the great
est reluctance, and one questions whe-!
ther he could Control and direct exten
slve military operations, with the op
portunities which they afford for the
play of passion and the selfish tig
grandlzement of ambitious teaders.
"Of many of the officers in charge
of the insurrecto forces which cap
tured Juarez, a wholly different char
acterization is inevitable. Motives
are too subtle for cursory discovery,
but the Impression one gains from ob
serving some of these men is that they
are primarily adventurers. Inspired by
love of excitement and change, or by
an ambition for power or plunder.
The cessation of hostilities and declar
atlon of peace were not "welcome to
these men, and no one familiar with
conditions will be surprised if some
THE SATUROAV \E.VS. WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAKOTA
for many yWlrs has I'm
This mav br ail
a«!n
.••! ivruin
].• .iit- sMi'!i-tvd in-fparahU- da
I I O I
11 ^raiii ivj1
t... i:i (t lus .r!s o!
1-
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t'p c-\('fl1v
-t 'AMMldrd
1 ,i top ll«
I ".iv »i
.sla*«' U' a
ninii: i*-
t1 tliKHl fill
..iiii r- i« .
that 'i.1
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No Bank Failures
in South Dakota
hurini: tin- i(-i-i'ii! mnu il con\t*ui\on
'1 I lie Soiuh l) ikiia Hankers' assn
1 :i i11u al Siuuv Kails. :i 111• u*
ion :ia
i. 11 to 1 tic 1 ri. tluil ilm inj ihe iia.st
I year tlu re hail been not a single bank
I failure in Souih Dakota During tlu
year there had been only four at
,ii mined hank rohbenes ill the state
and each of the euli rits were captur
ed. South Dakota now lias a total of
::4 banks -lo.' national and 5:- 4 state
banks.
raw
^ICHkrBREW.NO
When folks drop in
It will show appreciation on your part,
kind forethought and a. hearty welcome,
if you serve them with cool, delicious, sparkling
Easy to get—E^jy to htvve ready on ice—Ewy to servo—
So little trouble—yet—how much appreciated—Pure, whole
some Elfenbrau—the finishing touch to the occasion.enjoyable
C. & J. Michel Brewing Co.
La Crosse, Wis.
C. E. Wetter
Agency Manager Watertown, S.
the
cf these rebel leaders continue to be
a source of disorder and obstruction
to the reforms which Madero Is hop
ing to effect.
"No sooner was Juarez taken atld
peace in sight than jealousies broke
out between the Mexican Insurrecto
army leaders and the foreigners, who,
as officers and privates, had joined
the rebel ranks. Many Americans oT
the insurrecto army were charged
with looting Juarez after the city was
taken and were forced to flee across
the river to El Paso. By other means,
also, a process of elimination began
which promises soon to clear the
ranks of the foreign element,whose
services had been joyfully welcomed
while there was fighting to be done.
Any sentiment of indignation at this
apparent Injustice Is tempered by the
commonly accepted belief that the mo
tives leading a majority of the Amer
icans to take up the insurrecto cause
were not wholly altruistic. There
can he no question, however, that the
reckless daring of these Americans
was a large factor in the insurrecto
success."
New Inspection Law
Complained Against
There is conjplaiut in regard to the
workings of the last cattle inspection
law in the state. Under its provis
ions no cattle can be loaded on cars
until they have been inspected and
been given a clear health certificate.
The principal complaint seems to be
that inspectors cannet be secured with
out much delay, especially where there
4re but a few head to be inspected
Wr shipment. Of course where the
shipments are large, the Inspectors
are notified lii advance, and get
{•.round, but wliere a settler wants to
GUARANTEE OF QUALITY AND PURITY
goo:!
fcf
'A
bitB:r an acii
OO
Copennagen Snuff is made of the best, old, rich, high
flavored leaf tobacco, to which is added only such in
gredients as are component parts of natural leaf tobacco
and
absolutely pure flavoring extracts. The Snuff Pro
cess retains
5:aEi ra
AMERICAN SNUFF COMPANY, 111 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.
ship a few head he is often delayer
several days in the making of his
shipment.
DEATH IN ROARING FIRE.
may not result from the work of fire
lugs, but often severe burns are
caused that make a quick need for
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the quickest,
surest cure for burns, wounds, bruis
es, boils, sores. It subdues Inflam
mation. It kills pain. It soothes and
heals. Drives off skin eruptions, ul
cers or plies. Only 25c at all drug
gists. 3-6
Clark County Not to
Hold Usual Fair
Clark, S. D., July 4.—Clark county
will have no agricultural fair this
fall. The board of directors of the
fair association decided yesterday
that the prospects for a sufficient
number of exhibits did not warrant
holding a fair.
The association was about $3,000
in debt this year on the grounds and
buildings. A canvass was made re
cently and enough money subscribed
to square the association and in view
of this fact the directors did not feel
justified* in exposing the stockholders
to unnecessary risk
THE MOTOR INN.
Sunday Schedule—
Leaves Granite Block for Lake at
10 o'clock a. m.
'Leaves Granite Block for Lake at
1: 00 o'clock p. m.
And every hour thereafter.
Can accommodate 15 passengers
cn each trip.
Iff.'*1?
the bacco and expels the
leaf tobacco.
52tf
Skinner's Dray
and Transfer Line
JIIVI SKINNER, Prop.
Office across the street east of Mel
ham" Lumber Yards.
Phone Office, Main 349
V'hor.e Residence, Main 459
Henry Siverts,
PAINTING AND PAPER BANGING,
Decorating and House Finishing.
All work guaranteed. See our litje
of wall paper samples before y«u or
der as it will pay you.
Phone green 571
518 Fourth St. S. E.
Electric
Bitters
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have test? "ed.
FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND
STOMACH TROUBLE
tit,
is the besi medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
THIA IViPER REPRESENTED TOTT PC REIGN
ADVERTISING LY T!.E
GENERAL O.
NEW YORK
AKD
v"*®I
pi
CHICAGO^
BRANCHES IN ALL J!IE PRINCIPAL CITIES.

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