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SS*o, 1# M/.f ill t" W IP# 1 IK Political Announcements fO THE VOTERS OF CODINGTON fully solicit rour vote and support far COUNTY. I desire through this medium to announce my candidacy for the re publican nomination tor sheriff of Cod Ington county. I am an old resident of the county and have acted as dep uty. sheriff and am familiar wsth the duties of the office. 1 would appre ciate the favor very much If you would give me your vote and support for the republican nomination in the March primaries. Respectfully, Clint IJibbinn. TO THE VOTERS OF CODINGTON COUNTY. I have decided to become a candi date for the republican nomination for sheriff of Codington county at the March primaries and if 1 should be nominated and elected to that office will give the same my entire time. If you can see your way clear to give me your vote and support 1 will ap preciate the favor. Yours truly, R. P. Jones. TO THE REPUBLICAN ELECTORS OF CODINGTON COUNTY. I hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for the office of clerk of courts of Codington oounty at the coming primaries. I have had experience in this office and am familiar with the duties of I lie oflico. Thanking you ui advance lor any support you muv give me for the nomination, 1 remain, Yours moHt respectfully, Fred M. Broniion TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF CODINGTON COUNTY. I hereby announce myself us a can didate for the republican nominatioa for tho offlco of clerk of courts of Cod ington county I am a pioneer resi dent of Codiugton county and never before have asked for an office of any kind. 1 will appreciate anything my friends can do to aid mo in securldj ithe nomination for this office. I be lieve 1 am competent to handle the duties of the office in good shape. Yours truly, Walter McLaughlin. ANNOUNCEMENT. I desire to announce myself as a candidate for the office of Superin tendent of Schools, subject to the will of the republican voters of Codington County at the March primaries. Respectfully, P. H. Moller. TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF ^CODINGTON COUNTY. the request of my many friend^ city and county I have "in the .city and county I have de •olded .to permit myself to become 2™^* rf t0r offlce of eheritt lleve in .the general principles of pro- p: teotlon, and that I am not identiflea ..... with any clique or combination or never was and never will be. There .i are no strings on me. I believe one •elected to this position is a public .p,-trust, and the county and state are entitled to the earnest and loyal ser ^j^'fices of incumbent. I also believe a '!public service to be the highest to which a citizen of our country can ba icalled, and he who holds such a po sition is derelict or slack in his duties or who fails in any respect to act In th& boat interests of the people is not A good officer. If I should be elected to this office I pledge myself to give you one and all a clean business ad ministration without fear or favor, keeping always ln mind to the best my ability the greatest good to the greatest number. Every man has aright to conduct his own business la his own good way, so long as he does it legally and lawfully, and I earnestly solicit your support and your vote. J. Ballou. •OR AUDITOR. 1 desire through thiB medium to Announce my candidacy for tho re publican nomination for the offlce of county auditor for Codington county. I have served several terms on the board of county commissioners and believel am familiar with tho duties of the office. If oominated and ?lect #4 to the office I will give my whole attention and best services to the eame I respectfully solicit jjour vote and support for the nsqninaUon to this office oa the repwjtfiean ticket. ...Yours most respectfully, i, John A.1Rl«8, W Voters of cooin&ton 4 ^/'county. I tiereby announoe my candidacy tor republioaa nOToination fdr- jAerlff Codington «o«mty. I- have kL&mf" resident of tte county lor ,tb«t|$afit pttJpei nominated and eiectetL f! Jffifipeot the nomination. Yours very truly, •JSned McLaughlin FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS. 1 wish to say to the republican vot ers of Codington county that I will be a candidate for the republican nomination for Register of Deeds at the coming primaries and will thank you Sn advance for any favors that will further the assurance of my nom inaiton. Very truly yours, Cart Johnson. FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS In response to the advice of num erous friends, I Jc.areby announoe my self as a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds of Codington coun ty, subject to the result of the re publican primaries to be held in March, 18J4. If nominated and elect ed, I pledge myself to render suca service as will accord with the best interests of the people of the county, to the best of my ability, without fear or favor. I shall feel grateful for such assistance in the furtherance of my candidacy as the people of the various parts of the county may feel that they can consistently render, as suring them that I shall faithfully en deavor to prove worthy of their con fidence. Henry, 8. D. Antone H. Scott TO THE VOTERS OF CODINGTON COUNTY. have decided to become a candl date for the republican nomination for Sheriff of Codington 'nty at the March primaries. Having acted as deputy sheriff I am familiar with tho duties of the office, and if I am nominated and elected to that office will devote nty entire time and atten tion to same. If you can see your way clear to give me your vote and sup port, I will appreciate the favor Respectfully, Ed. T. Elkins ANNOUNCEMENT. 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for the office of Superintendent of Schools at the March primaries. I respectful ly solicit your vote and support for the nomination. Sara E. Reeve. TO THE REPUBLICAN ELECTORS OF CODINGTON COUNTY, 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for the office of County Treasurer of Coding- ton county hay0 had two yearg .experience as clerk in the county a! treasurer's office of this county and of, •Codington county, subject to your de-, iClsion at tho primaries to be held next year on the 24 th day of March. II aw a .ltfe-long republican, and be- feel that I am competent to handle the affajrs of the offlce ln a Batlifac. tory manner. I will most heartily ap preciate your vote and support for the nomination for this offlce. I am, Truly yours, k. Baker, Watertown, S. D. FOR SHERIFF. At the solicitation of a large num ber of friends, both in Watertown and throughout the county, I have decided to become a candidate for the republican nomination for the offlce of sheriff of Codington county at the primaries to be held March 24, 1914. I have always been a republi can. My record as a police officer in the city of Watertown is well known. I have not been and \yill not be affiliated with any "bunch" of poll* ticians, and if nominated and elected will give every man a square deal. I believe that I am fully qualified to fill the duties of the office in a competent, business-like manner with justice to all and favoritism to none. respectfully and earnestly solicit your support. 1 Thanking yon In advance for any evidence of friendship undv especially for assisting me to get the j^Bpfuadl-: filecttopii I remain, Respectfully FOR COUNTY AUDITOR. Having been solicited by anany of my friends, hereby wish to .announce my candidacy for the office of County Auditor, subject to the will at the re publican primaries. If nominated and elected. „C pledge the voters of Codington county my very best efforts in the administration of this office and solicit your (support and assistance when you go exer cise your rigtt of franchise in March. Sincerely yours, Sam P. Williamson. ANNOUNCEMENT. County Commissioner. Having been advised of the inten tion of M. W. Westfall, tlie present County Commissioner from Water town district, to retire permanently from the Board, and having been urged by my friends to become a candidate to succeed Mr. Westfall, I1 hereby announce myself as a candi date for the republican nomination and for election as County Commis sioner of Codington County for this district. If nominated and elected I pledge myself to use my best efforts and all time necesiary to a business administration. Dated December £0, 1913. D. M. Bannister. FOR CLERK OF COURTS. To the Republican Selectors of Cod ington County: I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the offlce of Clerk of Courts and respectfully solicit your support for the republican- nom ination to said office at the.^Marcb primaries. Thanking you for past favors, I beg to remain, Yours respectfully/':' William G. Qesley. FOR CLERK OF COURT'S. I hereby announce myself as a re publican candidate for the office of Clerk of Courts subject to your vote at the primary election to be held March 24tli and respectfully solicit your support for the nomination. Very sincerely, R. Cassius CJannon. CHRONIC STOMACH TROUBLE CURED. There is nothing more discouraging than a chronic disorder of tho stom ach. Is it not surprising ythat many i" Tours .truly, O. J. Opheim. FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS I hereby announce myself a candi date for the nomination lor the offlce of Register of DeedB of Codington county subject to the will of tho re publican party as it shall be express ed at the primaries to be held In March. I. have been a resident of Codington county continuously since J«(ly 19, 1886, and having served by appointment as deputy postmaster, 1886 to 1900, and chtaf clerk in the United States land offlcfe, 1900 to 1905, a place -where titles originate, I con sider myself Qualified, for the posi tion. 1 do not make this announcement solely because l^have been forcSd to by friends, "although several hava urged me to jbecome a candidate/' but because ,^ want the offlce and would like t» serve th«f people ol the cqpnty-. .''SpfttP ^tamps and will send/ Watertown THE SATURDAY NEWS, WATEBTOWH, ft. D. REPUBLICAN MAJORITY. United States senator—Coe I. Craw ford of Huron. Congress, First district—C H. Dil :on of Yankton. Congress, Second district—Mloyal Johnson of Aberdeen. Congress, Third dtistrict—-N'o pro posal. Governor—Frank M. Byrne o' Faulk ton. Lieutenant governor—Petnr Nor beek of Redffield. Secretary of State—Frank Hood. Auditor—J. E. Hamlin ol Meade county. Treasurer—A. W. Ewert of Pierre. Attorney general—C. C. Caldwell of Miner county. Land commissioner—Fred llepperle of Eureka. State superintendent—C. II. JLugg of Hutchinson county. Railroad commissioner P. W. Douglierty of Pierre. Chairman state committee—^3. X. Way of Watertown. County Ticket. Senate—W. S. Glass of Watertown. Representatives—Hans Mathi«aen -of Watertown, Ole H. Olson of Dexter, J. C. Stein of Rauville. Treasurer—E. I. Lampy of Water town. Auditor—John S. Johnson of Wa tertown. Register of deeds—Antono II Scott of Herry. Sheriff—R. P. Jones of Watertown. Clerk of courts—R. C. Cannon of Watertown. Superintendent—W. D. Burcalow of Florence. State's attorney—Arthur L. Sherin of Watertown. County judge—John Nicholson. Commissioners-First district, Chas. Barrette Second district, J. A. Pat erson Fifth district, Nick Kirsch. suffer for years with such an ailment when a permanent cure is within their reach and may be had for a trifle? "About one year ago," says P. H. Beck, of Waklee, Mich., "I bought a package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and since using them I have felt per fectly well. I had previously used any number of different medicines, but none of them were of any lasting benefit.",For sale by all dealers. —Advertisement. 38-41 CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS FOR CONSTIPATION. For constipation, Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent. Easy to take, mild and gentle in effect. Give them a trial. For sale by all dealers. —Advertisement. 38-41 1 immg. Also shows'Street scenes in W'atertowi^ showing the new w-fA The Tickets For the Battle at [the Primaries in ^March REPUBLICAN MINORITY. United States senator—Oharles Burke of Pierre. Congress, First district Woods of Sioux Falls. R. Congress, Second district—Frank McNulty of Aberdeen. Congress—-Third district—3Jo posal. pro- Governor—3i. B. Anderson of Mit chell. Lieutenant governor—T. S. SEverett of Spink. Secretary of state—Frank iGlasner of Tyndall. Auditor—J. D. Keller of Trispp. Treasurer—Hsirris of Walworth. Attorney general-—Asa Forest. Land commissioner—No proposal. State superintendent—Fred L. Shaw of Huron. Railroad commissioner—O. S. Op heim of Roberts county. Chairman state committee—T. Roberts of Pierre. Allen's Cough Balsam and reliel ia certain to fol low. Uaed (or obstinate coughs, colds, sore throats, or bronchial Inflammation. Contains no harmful drugs. All dealers. DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO, New York. Souvenir Book of Watertown ^:,We bav^recentlv printed a beautiful souvenir book of Watertown and Codington county}?- The book coif|ains nearly one hundred yfews of the various scenes in and around Watertown. It is printed oil good paper ancb.containk fio advertisement^ -jfteantiful engravings and scenery," SATURDA ,S §rv **2 PI mi mi 4^^ DEMOCRATIC. United States senator—Ed S. John son of Yankton. Congress, First district—T. M. Bail ey of Minnehaha. Congress, Second district—J. H. King of Haad. Congress, Third District—Harry T. Gandy of Pennington county. Governor—J. W. Carter of Edmunds Lieutenant governor—John D. Hef fron of Deaihvood. Treasurer—Jacob Fergpn of Hut chinson. Auditor—Charles B. Fusek of Au rora. Attorney general—L. W. Bicknell of Day. Secretary of state—J. E. Bird of Watertown. Superintendent of schools—Will T. Chamberlain of Yankton. Land commissioner—W. J. Toner of Perkins county. B. County Ticket. State senator—H. M. Finneruc Watertown. Representatives—J. G. McFarl-ind of Watertown, W. F. Miller of Wa tertown, and R. W. Mullen of Flor ence. Treasurer—L. Baker of Watertown. Auditor—J. A* Ries of Cactus. Register of deeds—C. B. Johnson of Richland township. Sheriff—Ed Elkins of Watertown. Clerk of courts—William Gesley of Watertown. School superintendent—Sara Reeve of Watertown. State's attorney—Arthur L. Sherin of Watertown. County judge—John Nicholson. Commissioners—First district, D. M. Bannister Seeond district, J. A. Paterson Fifth district, Robert Scliull. Hazol-Mentliol Plasters, quick relief in Lumbago, Backache, Sciatica, Neuralgia and many painful affections. They drive away the pain until it is quite forgotten. Yard rolls $1.00 smaller size 25o. Dealers have them in stock, or direct from Davis & Lawrence Co., New York. Samples mailed upon request, 5c. stamps. Don't experiment, take Railroad commissioner—J. J. Pat terson of Roberts county. County Ticket. of Senate—Mark W. Sheafe, Jr., of V/ntertown. Representatives—L. N. Schulner of Watertown, Henry Schoepp of South Shore, E. T. Hegna of Wallace. Treasurer—D. W. Whooley of Wa tertown. Auditor—Lawrence Gilruth of Wa tertown. Sheriff—John Goggins of Water town. Register of deeds—W. A. Schmel ing of Rauville. Clerk of courts—Ralph Horswill of Watertown. Superintendent—Winnifred Keegan of Watertown. State's attorney—A. J. Haugan of Watertown. Commissioners—First district, H. A. Hanten of Watertown Second dis trict, John Curley of Henry, Fifth district, H. A. Kranz of Kranzburg. For popular rates and good room the Beaufort Hotel is one of the very best,. 112 So. 3rd St. Minneapolis, Minn. 38-39 .Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take In ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is talcen internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best phy sicians in this country for years and Is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined wltli the best blood purifiers, noting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combina tion of the two infrrcdients Is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo. O. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. avement.- Send 15 cents in N E WS %|.L Dakota^ ,'* v"7 ,-«i *"V t* ,& s.K1 4- DOCTORS. G. HILL, M. 0] Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Glasses Fitted. First National Bank Bullding.l DR. H. J. O'BRYAN Physician and Surgeon Special Attention to Surgery] Office over Sperling Shoe Store, 215 Second Ave. S. E. Office 9 to 10 a. m., and 3 to 5 and 7 r/' ppointment. Offlce Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 m: 1:21 m. to 5 p. m. evenings 7 p. m. t| J. C. FOSTER, D. C. Chiropractor Rooms 1 and 2 over Nelson ft Hardware 110% S. Oak Strel Phone 2003 Watertown, sj DR. H. M. FREEBURG A./fe^an and SurgsMi Special Attention Given to Surgl Cases Granite Block, Top Ftyor Office hours, 3 to 6 p. m. Phone, Office Red 87, House Gree DR. F. H. STALEY General Practitioner. Office in Mellette Block (Dr. Campbell's office) DR. W. G. MAGEE Physician and Surgeon Office in Stokes Blocs Phone Red 408 Res. Phone Green Uours, 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 and 8:30 p. m. H. J. BARTRON, M. D. Surgeon in Charge WATERTOWN SANITARIUM] Office and Residence in Hosplta Phone Main 144 J. S. KILBRIDE, M. D. All calls promptly answered. Special attention given to disease^ the Eye, Ear, Nose ar.d Throa Glasses Flttel. Phone Main 656 Office Century LAWYERS Geo. W. Case Howard CASE & CASE '-AWYERS '"2 Granite Blo',k Watertown, S.l UNDERTAKERS SHAW UNDERTAKING ,C( L. J. SHAW, Mgr. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Gosa Blk. 110 8. Maple St MISCELLANEOUS ~»RICKELL CONSTRUCTION Architects Contractors, Builds Plans and Estimates Furnish«d.| Real Estate Bought and Sold. Jffice and Shops 114 First Ave. S.| Phone Green M. S THE NORTHWESTERN HOTE| Geo. R. Churcji, Prop. Rates $1.25 per Day Meals The best, hotel of its class in tre Cor. Jlst St and 1st Avenue. N. V5 Phone 2230 .! FRANK BENNETT Baggage and Dra Line Piano and Safe Moving. Excavatiij 123 N. Maple. Phone Main 2701 ORDER YOUR, EA COFFEE I SPICES Extracts, Baking Powdtr of GRAND UNION TEA CO. F. S. Thompson, Agent. r^alertowg,:.l Phone 3341 625 4th St. S. Skinner's Dray and Transfer jfti JIM SKINNER, Proi Since: East of Qrand Opera I Kemp Avenue. Got Sale—A'new set of boggy ners.i?Oost |8t00, will sell-same fB.Ok Inquire "at 701 s. Mapl or phenyl jMue '6J"