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aW R.Ut '$1 5 Stilly e*»j* ii VW 'M Hyde Jerauld.:. Kingsbury ... Lake Lawrence.... Lincoln... Lymau Marshall...'.. McCook McPherson .. Meade Miner. .. Minnenaha.'. Moody...... Pennington.. Potter. w' stiAUKSLi-enum PUBLISHED AT THK 9TAl?K CAPITA I 11.60 PBB YKAT\ IN ADVANCK 6. DEW ELL Entered'in the postomce at Pierre, S. as isecond ciass matter. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION To the ltcpiiblican Electors of the Htat* South Dakota: The republican state committee ui South Dakota in t!Oinpliai1« with stat utory requirements has called a dele gate convention of the republicans ol the state of South Dakota, to meet ii' the city Falls, on Tuesday tlx 5th day of June, 190*5, at 12 o'clock, noon, for the purpose of nominating United States senator, and also for tlx purpose of nominating candidates i'oi congressional and si ate ollices to ot filled at the election to be held in No vember following, and for the trans action of such other business as rnaj be properly considered. The nomina tions to be made are as follows: 4 A candidate for,United States sena tor. Two candidates for congress. A candidate for governor. A candidate for lieutenant governor. A candidate for secretary of state. A candidate for state treasurer. A candidate for state auditor. A candidate for superintendent of public instruction, A candidate for commissioner of school ana public lands. A candidate for attorney general. A candidate for railroad commis sioner. The ratio as fixed by law will be as followB: One delegate for each fifty votes or major fraction thereof, cast for Hon. Samuel H. Elrod, republican can didate for governor at the election of ISI04. The representation to which the several counties will be entitled under this call is as follows: Aurora Jieadle Jtont Homme .,. Brookings Jirown Jlrule..- irvi"\. Buffalo Jiutte Campbell ... Charles Mix. Clark r. Clay Codington .. Custer Davifton Day Deuel..*, ... Douglas Edmunds... Fall River FAdlk Grant... Gregory. H&mliu... Hand HansonT. Hughes.. v, in .1 Turner Union Walworth. A*.. Yankton X.., yfr-j^COMPAMSONS v"^s I IPS ol 13 30 I «H« •ii 515 13 2 15 14 HI 27 31 32 10 31 Sit 21) 10 15 13 14 2S 13 23 17 14 19 35 8 11 37 33 81 •18 18 19 24 14 14 1(5 8tt 28 21 10 44 19 42 11 .7 47 27 13 37 .w ffl*' A ttobertsSVrf".. hT,..r r.... Sanborn Spink.. Stanley 4 13(511 icdiar Datad January 4,1«06. By order of the republican state cdm littee. FKANK CKANK, Jhairoian republican state committee. & Sioux Falls Press iti' a'Ve ^edit^jrittl, niinle the following temejnt: J|ohn Sutherlaifid. whose bugle is worth a thousand men, jpond^al his hostility to maehine. Mr. Shober, rank, ... t|U)i^enV haa announced his ean-} for re-election to the state district of which the \i' a g^it^uThese am aoa Bucke and' needed. The tUat fche^io||| L~ fc'i iM® ing the wimpaigu. If the Press would only strike off tluv three ciphers attached to those 1,000 men John Sutherland is .supposed to' be worth, it would just, siltout define the influence he exert* where he is hest known, and else where. Uighmoro Sliolusr is another individual who needs a little ex planation, though it is to he ad mitted that he is a belter vote getter than his compatriot, Mr. Sutherland, in sorehead politics. As an illustration of this point it is alleged that. Mr. Shober re cently made up a nice, neat little packet, containing forty dollars in bills and sent it down to certain faithful worker in Hyde county, with instructions that the precinct, .should be carried for the insur gents, no matter what the cost. These are certainly "ominous symptoms," but not for Mr.Burke and the good, clean, stalwart, re publican principles he has always represented and advocated. Mr. Burke has never shouted loud and long for reform principles, good government and clean politics, but he has always worked for those things, wherein actions speak louder than words. No one can gainsay these statements, in view of his long and honorable career as a public man in this state, both as a member of our state legislature and a lepresenta tive in congress'.. When .-it. comes to comparing Mr. Burke's clean record as a representative of the people with the records of Messrs. Sutherland Shober, it makes the latter look like dirty deuces in a clean pack of cards. Everybody who knows the three men, or knows of their past lives, is aware that the Fret Press speaks the truth literally, and without any hesita tion, or evasion to conceal the fuels. Mr.i Burke represents straight, honest politics and good govern ment. Messrs. Sutherland and Shober stand for chicanery, dem agogism and political buffoonery, though they are pleased to label ^11 such "reform." The same might be said of practically every insurgent who is following along the same lines as erland and Shober, in an endeavor to seek office by roping in the voters. NEXT TUESDAY. Insurgent politics in the state, only a few days before the pri maries, which will be held next Tuesday, has gone gHmmering. There is nothing now left of in surgentism, soreheadism, or what ever name it goes by but a poor excuse for its existence.. The insurgents for years have been trying Circus Man Barnum's old tactics in an effort to fool the people, but without, Barnum's suc cess., because the latter always had an attraction to offer that was worth seeing, even if it was a fake, while the insurgents have no attraction whatever except an in satiable greed to hold the offices. Next Tuesday the stalwart re publicans of South Dakota will register at the caucuses in almost every county their disappoval of an insurgent campliign wliloh lias" been a course of abuse, falsehoods and deception, and aimed to over throw Xhe present good govern ment the state is enjoying. The: delegates who will be elected to attend the state convention in Sioux Falls next June, it is vea- sona^),y abortt crent. expected, w.ll consist of fom' straight republicans, known ns' stalwarts, to one insur- ^'inl^l^^jlogetfeer with the eandidaoy of K. W. Martin lor the senate and (!. Burke for the house/ ft-"It is.hard to see wherfi the in surgents derive any comfort out of the situation. lilt isn't necessary to remind any body any longer that western South Dakota is tilling up with stttlers, railroads and every form of doveiopii'icnl. as fast as natu ral agencies ean accomplish the work. Everybody in South Da kota now realizes that tin* west ern port'on of the state has a fu ture as bright as the eastern por tion. In a few years the country from the Missouri river to the Wyoming line will be populated on almost every section with a prosperous, thrifty class of peo ple, engaged in farming, dairying and stock-raising, to say nothing of the thousands of people in the Black Hills who are engtgedin mining. Look out for western South Dakota from this time on. hoiisand i!, A a Those who have been wise enough to invest in real estate in the past can rest easy and need not exert themselves to find a buyer for their property. This same condition will come true with all kinds of real [estate and especially in this great new west will the increase in value be rapid and immense in all real estate, as it is after all the safest and surest place to invest money.—Pierre Hustler. Worth Remembering.* There are three entirely different kinds of ingredients used in making the three different varieties of baking powders on the market, viz:—(I) Min eral-Acid or Ainm, (2) Jiore-Acid or .Phosphate, and (3) (-ream of Tartar made from grapes. It' is important, from the standpoint of health, to know Something about these ingredients, and wmemmnrre nseti in your baking po"w der. (1) Mineral-Acid, or Alum, is made from a kind of clay. This is mixed with diluted oil of vitrol and from this solution a product is obtained which is alum. Alum is cheap costs about two cents a pound, and baking powder made with this Mineral-Acid sells from JO to 25 cents a pound. (2) Bone-Acid, or Phosphate, is the basis of phosphate baking powders and the process is fully described in the pat ents issued to a large manufacturer of (extract «I3 milen of new rai road building is slated for South Dakota, this year, most of which will be west of the river. No other state in the union can show up as much. Dakota Land. In twenty years from now there will be more than 40,000,000 more peo ple in iiie United States than there are today. This is a larger number than the entire population of our coun try was in 1870. The.additional, or new amount, of land, that will be needed er utilimljat that time will he a larger amount than was in use in 1870. What must this mean Cor the future ol" iandV These 40,000,000 people wil^yant their proportion of land, or new land, and already we find ourselves as a nation practically at the end of the cheap lands of the west. Heretofore there has been a great western frontier for the increase to spread over and secure new cheap lands the last two years has appar ently cleaned up the frontier and from now on it will be a scramble to pick up the cheaper lands offered, in the differ ent localities, and in a few years more there will be no such thing as cheap farm lands iniiAmenca. The wise man will not. delay longer in securing his foothold and becoming a land owner. The timejhas nearly passed when a poor man can acquire land in this coun try and the person of moderate means will only be ablejto secure a small piece a little later on. The coming genera tion willj see a radical change in the kind situation. Up to recently, there has apparently been more land than people |inj many portions of the United States,Jbut ingtlie near future wherever we go in .this country, there will be found more people than there is land for sale. The Hustler has been right in urging our frienus to buy land during the last ten years. We now feel like giving thejjlinal warning that it you want to secuie your shuie of the earth's surface and are not already rich, you must act promptly, there will be no more real estate or land in the United States in live years from now than there is today, but there will be 10,000,000 more people. phosphate baking powder. The U. S.. v,» Patent Otticie report gives a full and Reports^-,from nearly -every |exact description, bJt th.e following 'Set:ond Wlir1-D-w'Maru" bounty indicate that republicans is enough '0$ have decided to endorse the pres-1 "Knrried bones, after being ground, are put into.freshly diluted oil of vitrol eot stule administration, at the hioh stands Governor as honest iin execu livens was ever elected to office, followiug process," etc. From this JJone^Acid phosphjite bak ing powders are made such pn ders sell from 20 to 80 ceut» a pound (3) dream of Tartar exists iu all ripe Hfii and with continual stirring, and iu the ,T,he of voters and primary ofli fnllnwir.« fX T"^ grapes, and Hows with the juice from the press in the manufacture of wine. After the wine is drawn off the tartar is. scraped from the cask, boiled with water, and crystals of Cream of Tartar,! white and very pure, separate and are collected. It differs in no respect from the form in which it originally escaped in the grape. Cream of Tartar, then, while the most expensive, is the only ingredient that should be used in a bak ing powder to act upon the soda, as its wholesomeness is beyond question, ('ream of Tartar baking powders sell at about 40 to 50 cents a pound. Such are the facts, and every one, careful of the health of the family, should remember this rule—Baking powders selling from 10 to 25 cents a pound are made of Mineral-Acids: those selling from 20 to 30 cents of Bone-Acid and those from 40 to 50 cents of Cream of Tartar made from grapes. Climate. It is self evident that this climate is improving as the country settles up. Kvery acre of new ground broken by the plow, every new tree and bush planted, every dam built, every well dug is a factor in improving the cli mate of these western prairies. Even Iowa was at one time put on the maps of the west as part of the great desert, now it leads as the greatest agricul tural state in the union. South Dakota is improving fast and the next few years will place this state in the same class with Iowa and Illinois. Then our .?10 lands will be worth §100 per acre and our small cities will lie com mercial centers. -Pierre-Hustler. The Kul'irs are great philosophers. Mil ox sh'nld die the owner never grieves, but remarks: "Now I must go to w.M-k for master (all white men who treat tliein well are called masters), and iu six months he will give me a cow. It will have a calf. If it is a bull calf in a year I'll have a pair of oxeuf but should it be a heifer calf I'm all the richer, for the next year I'll have two calves instead of one." Canning and Valley, Canning school house, ltossuau. ltosseau school house. DeUrey. Hausman's store. Buckeye. Buckeye school house. Dry Run, Schomer school Douse. Pierre—-First, ward. Hose house. 1 Kocond'wanb Oity Council rcoms. Third ward, European hotel. Fourth ward. Hose house. The following named persons have been ap pointed b.v the comity central committee as precinct chairman and secretary, respectively, in and for the various voting precincts in tiie county, to act and officiate at said primaries i«rir«ti» *u* u^iior tiulien n« limy tfl»— volve upon them, viz: Peoria precinct—Chairman. Frank Pntman seci-etary. Wm 8chumachor. Mentor-Ch'is. W. Zlgler, A. E Gnvatfo Byron—M. M. Smith. C. C. Lantz, liogftti—11. W. Marvin, J. E. Clutter, i&l' Blunt,-J. H. Downing, W, H. Ph'llips'.X^v Bretton—Hal Westover, Clinton Garrett Harrold—Wm. Summerside, ii. A. Oestreich Webster—L. Clapper, J. N. Stelner. Pleasant. Valley and Itabdr—c. L. Eakln, Wm. fongdon. Canning and Valley—John Vance. .Tohn Ol son. ltosseau—Andrew Anderson, Olaudo W. Richardson. DeGrey E. M. Hmisman, A. N. Chandler. Buckeye-J.- A.Irvin, J. II- Zechman. Dry Run—Fred Gareis. Nels Peterson. Plene, First ward—Nicholas E.^ Howard, W. Pierre, Fourth ward but. clalsi 1S hereby iJ IP*1 Comity Con veil lion ami PrlmnrlCN. A republican rounly convention in and for Hutfliescounty, S. T)., is hereby culled to mcrt Ht. the coilrlhouse in the city of Pierre, S. !)., on Tiiesdny, the ^nd day of Mav. I9H0, at the hour of o'clock p.m.. for the purpose of nominating' nineteen delegates from llugrhes county l.o r-present, said county iu the repub lican slate convention to be held in Sioux Kails, S. I)., on the fitli day of June, 1906. The ba^is of representation for t.he election of said delegates to the state convention is. as fixed by law. one delegate for every Hfty votes or major fraction thereof east by electors of Hughes county for Simiuel H. Glrod, republi can candidate for governor at the general election held in November, 1004. The basis of representation of each precinct in HUM-hes county, for the election of dele gates to the county convention, shall be and has been lixed by the county central commit nre as follows: One delegate from each vot ing prccinct in the county, at larjre, and one delegate from each precinct for every fifty votes i- ma.i fraction thereof cast in each precinct, respectively, for Samuel H. Elrod for fj-overnor at the Keneial election held in said county in November. 19"4: upon which basis the various precincts will be entit led to the following- number of delegates to said county convention, viz: Delefi-ates Peoria 1 Mentor 1 Bryon .. IjOH'an 1 Rlunt Bretton 1 Harrcld 1 Webster Pleasant Valley and liaber 3 Canninff and Valley 2 Rossenu 1 DeGrey 2 Buckeye 1 Dry Run 1 Pierre—-First ward 4 Second ward 6 Third ward.... 4 Fourth ward 3 The republican primaries for the election of said delegates to said county convention will be held, as provided by law, on Tuesday, the 15th day of May, 1000, at which primaries the polls will be open at 3 o'clock p, m.. and shall be kept open until and shall close at S:30 o'clock p. in. The polling places at said pri maries shall be and liavc been fixed by the comity central'committee at the following named places, respectively, viz: Peoria precinct, j'ielder school house. Mentor. Mentor school house. Byron. Westlund & Fog-lesang- ssliool house. Logan, Logan school house. Blunt. Workman's Hall. Bretton, Garrett school house. Harrold. Ilarrold school house. Wobster, Klaus Erp school house. Pleasant Valley and Raber, Tutin school house. which law governs said primaries and t.lie re turns thereof. Dated, Pierre, April 24, 1900. Dated, May 2, 1900. Emmett Cole. Pierre, Third ward—John Krickson, O. J. Neuhauser. \V, L.. Horr. E. Hnrl- tailed to sections. 15 to36, In elusive, anC Sections a4 to 44, Itielaslvis, of chapter 107 of the session laws of Soutii Da kota for 1«». concerning lie primary .election, and to section Of said chapter, coucerning the uinva-sy of the electloh returns siid tbe vending Irt of suclt return's to theobalrmuir of •the repobllcau county central committee r: 6REAT BARGAINS To Offer Both in A N CHAS. E. DKTJANI), Chairman Republican Central Committee. J. E. Mallhuy, Secretary, Hep blican liCKliliairi Con veiiiioii. Notice is hereby given that the republican central committee of the Twenty-fourth sena torial and the Twcnty-iifth representative districts of South Dakota, comprising the counties of Hug-lies, Hyde and aully, in com pliance witlv statutory requirements. Iiao called a delegate convention of t'te republi cans of said districts to meet at Highmore. Hyde county. South Dakota, on Tuesday, the "29th day of May, 1906, at the hour of 10 o'clock a., m... for t.lm -niirnnKft nf ulrteinir in r»orr-_ina tion one candidate for state senator and two candidates for representatives, and for t.lie' transactlon of sue! business as may bo prop erly considered. The basis of representation iu said conven tion will be as follows: One delegate for each Ufty votes, or major fraction thereof, cast for Samuel H. Elrod, republican candidate for governor at the general election cf '904. 1'lie representation to which the several counties will be entitled under the call is as follows: Delegates ughes......... 'ii .v. 1 19 Hyde... ................ .... 8 Sully..... 7 Total ... .'v.. -1. U4 INo proxies will lie allowed lii saidconven won and the delegates present shall cast tho full vote of the delegation. It is further recommended that tho delega tion from each county bo accorded the cus tomary privilege of seleoting one candidate for one of tbe legislative positions Dated. April 80. l'JOS. By order of'the republican central commit tee of the Twenty-fourth senVrtoVial and the Twenty-fifth representative districts- A. B. IiIIitiY, Secretary. L. bOCKHAUT, TT xr £, Vv Chairman. Tbi Kind Yon Haw Always Btqgju •if" •v PI ftNG S INSTRUMENTS TO RENT Old onos taken in Exchange. Second-hand insti-umonta sold at bargains. Prices for cash or on easy payment plan, fully war ranted. Will place 011 trial. Write now for prices to Catalogue W O O E Address Pierre or Watertown, S. Dak. Cooke Music House, Largest in the state, Watertown, S. D. IF YOU WANT to purchase a Birthday present get a hand some piece of CHINA WARE at Lockhart's. He also has the Best Line of E in the city ALSO THE BEST Groceries to make nice tiling's from. J. L. L0CKHART. OU AS. E. Deb AND. Chairman Republican County Central Com mittee. J. E. MALLERY, Secretary. Further Notiec. The republican central committee for the Twenty-fourth senatorial and the Twenty tll'tb representaiivc districts bavingon April 30, UI06. called a legislative cimvention at Ilighmore on May 29, next, for the purpose of placing in nomination one candidate for state senator and two candidates for represent!! tives, and having fixed the basis of represcn tation from tbe various counties to said coil- I volition and determined that nineteen dele- I g-ates shall be the representation from Hughes county to said legislative convention, notice is hereby given that 1 lie county convention mentioned in the foregoing call will also se lect nineteen delegates from Hughes county to saiil legislasive (,'onvontlon. H. M. ISENBERG DENTIST. Office over M-'illery'b Store Northwestern Livery BEST OH?' TURNOUTS ON SHORT NOTICE. Phone 39. Always Open. Whips-Whips and Whips AT CLIFTON HARNESS SHOP Burdette C. Thayer, ATTORNEY AT LAW/7 Practice Before Land Office^ Bpecailty iPiEKRK, S. D, :h• D. W. ROBINSON, M. Chief of Staff, Physicians and Surgeons of St. Mary's Hospital.^*"• First National Bank Block, Pierre S. I». KILLTH. COUCH CURE AND FOR 0 LUNGS THE Dr. King's, New Discovery 0NSUMPTI0N OUGHt and LD8 Pric* 50c & $1.00 Fre* THal. Sareat and Quiokaat Oure for all THROAT and LUNG TROTO LBS,.or KONXT BACK.