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It stands to reason that a piano
that lias been on the market for this
length of time is an instrument with
some considerable worth. To buy a
McPhail is no experiment.
Price $350.00 Up
Here's a Cigar
"8. D. Council is the best. 10c
each, or speci
all Bize 3 for 25«. You'll
find the Council all right. Thanks."
ti »Hj
Edison Records
Now'on sale, 35c each.
111 N. OaK (Street
The Paper That Brings Results
pTerms^Strictly Cash. By do ,r
business we are in a position to se
at a closer margin than markets
business. Give us a trial. ~JM
Old Instruments Taken in Exchange
A splendid list
which cant be beaten for the price—10c. It has
the flavor and "bojuet" only found ii? the very best
cigars., The
South Dakota
Council Cigar
tells its own tale of purity, good tobacco"
and skilful
rolling, the making and||finishiiig. Justtry it.
Manufactured in Watertown by
5w »-s
Let Us HavLYour Mea
Full line of Fresh Meats of all descrqjtions,
Steaks, Chops, Poultry, Sausages, etcv
a starictly
all meats
-do a credit
rhe poegnaatsr general him made*
rulinfc.fl^t^jfceikly Mbriptpet 6*n be
eent tfcyu!tlle maillm Btibwiw^n who
*te over, one yearjn aiteare.f-Publish
»w aregiyen a short time to get their
lists on *paid-in-ad\-ance baste, in order
to get the jpoundrste of posfcage.t'-Il.WB
do not hoar from you by March- 1st,
your name will be taken .trom the list
and the amount placedfor collection.
We are forced to do this in accordance
with the ruling above mentioned and
while we ihink.n is arbitrary, the mat
ter^ is beyond our power and we will
have to abide'by the ruling.
It you are in. arrears, please make
prompt settlement.
E. M. Barker,
Publisher Saturday News.
Sworn Circulation Statement
I hereby certify that I have charge of
the mailing list of the Saturday Mews
and that this paper is now -printing
regularly airery week 1575 complete
copies, ,1300 of whish are bonafide sub
scribers in Watertown and Codington
county, South Dakota. The balance of
which are single wrappers which go to
other counties in the state and outside
of the state.
Will R. Lambert.
State of South "Dakota, r^Sunijr^of
Will R. Lambert being duly sworn,
deposes and SayB, that the ebove state
ment is true and corroct in every
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 6th day of February 1908.
Andrew Daley,
Notary public,
Alfred Manning to George Ellis, lot 3,
blk 0, Pettigrew's add. $475.
Cecilia P. Cochran to C. A. Hepler,
nwj& sec 12-118-52. $1.
Ernil Lassig to Lewis LaDou, lots 10
and 11, blk 22, Second By. add. $1.
Alma D. Kline to Mary B. DeWoody,
lot 11, blk 2, Syndicate add. $800.
Andrew Sterry to C. W. Rattisch, lots
24 and 25, blk 1, Am. Coss add. $75.
John E. Kuhn to Sylvested Dory, lots
4,5 and 6, blk 2, Kran^burg. $1.
Linda J2. Ault to Hans P. Nessen, ne
se 25-116-55. $5i00.
S. S. Hoftieg to C. S. Hanson, outlot
12, Aud. plat, part of nw 32-117-52. 9600
Dak. Town Lot Co. to A. J. Faehn,
lots 4 and 5, blk 26, Wallace/ 225.
Arthur A. Gray to R. L. Rose, part of
lots 1 and 2. blk 4, Pettigrew's add.
J. I. Case Threshing Mach. Co. to
Arthur A. Gray, lot 3, blk 79, Third By.
Western Town Lot Co. to Edward
Hohn, Outlot to town of Henry. $100.
Henry A. Hanten to Hanten Machine
Co., lots 12,13 and 14, blk 1, Watertown.
Isidore and J. B. Hanten to Hanten
Mpchine Co., lots 3 and JS, blk 5, Stone
& Wylios. SI.
Mary E. Robinson to Fred M. Brown,
nw*4, sec 32-117-53. $3532.80.
Mary E. Robinson to Fred M. Brown,
lot 5 and sec 31-117-53. $542.80.
Mary E. Robinson to Fred M. Brown,
lots 1,2,3 and 4 and nw% bw& sec
31-117.58. $4172.75.
Andrew Daley to Bertha D. Cosgrove,
8% of lots 1 and 2, blk 38, Second By.
add. $1.
Mary E. Robinson to Orin O. Jacobs,
ne£, sec 36-U7-54. $3200.
S. X. Way to Jacob Zehnder, 20 feet,
lot 11, blk 12, Wallace. $500.
Lee Stover to Carl S. Erickson, lot 7,
blk 3, Kemp Bros. add. $50.
Nels Nelson to Maggie Gilruth, lots 11
and 12, blk 19, Syndicate add. $1.
S. J. Sweet to Western Land Cr. Co.,
lots 2 and 9, blk 2, Berry's Subdiv.,
South Shore. SlOfift
S. D. Annis to John Hs
King, lots 9 tb
14 inc., blk 1, South Shore. $200.
Hanten Bond Co. to Benhard Byer,
lot 1, blk 54, Second Ry. add. $600.
Joseph L, Mousel.et al to Mike Vail
lar, part of lot 5, blk 2, McBath's add.
Elizabeth A. Mclntyre to C. A. Tuck,
e% and of nw^, sec 27-118-51. $10,000.
Charles S. F. Lincoln to Robert Web
er,, lots 3 and 4, s%, nw, sec 5-118-55. $1
Charles C. Fletcher to Robert Weber,
lots 3 and 4, s^. nwj^, sec 0-118-55. $1.
May Pettit to Ceo. Ball, lots 15, 16,
17 and 18, blk 11, Davis add. $56.
John H. Davis to Oscar Leardal, lot 6,
blk tf, Second Ry. add. $655.
Subscription Offer Extended
For another month you will be able
to secure The St Paul Daily News at
$150 a year. This means that anyone
who subscribes for The Daily News be
tween now and March 1st can secure it
for 50c less than they would be able to
after next month, and this will also in
clude a yearly subscription to the fol
lowing publications: The Northwest
ern Agriculturist (weekly) Farm
er'u Wife (monthly), .- ana Spare
Moments (monthly). This is a news
paper bargain woith immediate action.
are now coming into the greatest
political fight, both state and national,
the world'has eveT seen .: The Daily
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uiarked, the charming petfertur Ming
repeatedly appbucUd and eiwond.
The vhieb-i* given bnlow»^«M
delightful «ne, and jrell deeigiied ^o
bring out Misb Elvytfe marreU^'t6cii
nia. FoUoying thl piOgwy
Tambourin '-I,j^,»ameau
Ballade Ohopm
Spinning Son^) Mendelssohn
Nocturne—-For the left hand
Barcarolie^ t)p. 44
Arabesques on Strauss' Walts,
"On tba Beautiful Blue
Small Towns fight Order to Abolish
Telegraph Offices.
Six South Dakota towns are en
gaged in an aotive Sght against ar-re
cent order of the Chicago and Mil
waukee railroad closing the telegraph
offices at their respective stations.
Oldham, Vienna, Erwin, Garden
City, Elrod and Lily are the villages
affected and some of them have beta
doing a large and profitable business
to the road for yeara. Oldham and
Vienna particularly have a freight
business amounting to a number of
thousand dollars each month and are
among the most remunerative points
on their respective lines.
The order of the road has been re
ferred to the railroad commissioners,
who, under the law passed by the last
legislature, must first concur before a
railroad is allowed to close a telegraph
office. This is the first lime the new
law has been invoked and the action
of the board, which Is no'. investigat
ing the facts, is being watched with
interest, not only by the villages In
question but also by a number of
otherjilaofs which Mve .been threat
ened with similar action.
Church Leaders Anxious to Learn Eng
lish Language.
Ruben JEstis of Lower Brule agency,
Zenas Qraham of Flandreau and
George Lawrence, Indians, are in
Yankton on a mission that shows how
rapidly the Indians are changing to.
the ways of the white men.
They are oataohlsts of the Episco
pal oburch and find they are handi
capped by not being able to read,
write and speak the English language,
which all the youth among the Indians
ean do. To make themselves efficient
as instructors the three men are at
Yankton to Study under Dr. Robert
Soherty, rector of Christ church, and
are diligently making the most of
their opportunities. They say their
young people are declaring: ""We are
not Indians we want to be Amer
icans," thus showing how completely
the old tribal relatlbns are giving way.
Remarkably Rich Ore Taken From
Blsmarok Group of Mines.
Hxcitem'ent was caused at Hill City
by the discovery of some remarkably
rich ore In the Bismarck group by
Ernest Engle. The ore was taken
to Hill City and after being pounded
up showed the largest string of colors
ever seen there. It aasayedway up in
the thousands and as a resiili
owners of adjoining claims will at
once proceed to develop their ground.
The Bismarck in the past has
shown some high grade stuff, but
never so rich as th.e present find. It
is believed the ore comes from same
permanent body of great richness.
Suit le Brought by Clty'io Collect Tui
tion From Town.
School district No. 6, ifhich com
prises the schools: in Lead, has brought
suit againat the school district of
Plyma, a tmall community but two
miles distant. It is contended that a
pupil, from Plama, attended the Lead
high school, where the tuition is $30,
but Pluma declined to pay more than
$12, the amount of the tuition In
Deadwood. No matter which way the
justice decides the case probably will
reach the higher courts, as both sides
are-dstsrrniued to test the law on the
Bicker—Have-a cigar?
Bicker (puffing)—I' enjoy io«S 4
tar, don't you?
Knocker (puffing)—Thsfe juot what
thinking. Have
kj* Leader.
yon om&ZSiaT*'-
•mlnarv Destroyed .by Fire,
Wellington (Springs seminary, a
Free Methpjilst Institution, has- biett
destroyed by fire: The fire started in
the furnace i»?m. -One hundred stu
dents were ia-'attendanoe, but atfma
was Injured.
wltfe fBiiuraiing -^Sr
Danube." Schubs-Bvler
Her playing of Chopin's.Nooturne Op
87 was very fine indeed, and brot. out
the deep feeling of this exquisite com
position while her rendition of Men-1
dolssohn's Spinning Song proved to be
an entirely new interpretation of this
beautifui..oi«oe. The Nocutrne by,
Scriabinej"fwhioh-"was played entirely
with the left hand, was a wonderful
performance while her magnifioent
rendering of the final number brot out
all the brilliant technic and wonderful
execution which is remarkable in a
player so young. This' last number
^SsLfihrot down the house. We under
stand this piece was acquired by the
talented young player entirely byear,
which those who heard it will agree is
indeed a remarkable feat. Miss Elvyn
is an artist of whom wo may be proud,
a product of this country, with a bril
liant future before her. The world is at
the feet of a player of such charm -and
such musical ability. The piano used
in this recital was a Kimball grand,
which make Miss Elvyn uses exclusive
ly. The recital was given under the
auspioes of the McArtbur Piano Co. of
this city.
•Mend He Captured With Ko^Ceati
Stunned Third With Paddle, Then
.Drove All Three, Frbni Lake and Dis
yatehed Them en 8h6re.
i*f, A Canadian hunter, speakl^jt tkrougb
the Philadelphia Press, tells a rtma?k
able story of an Indian who fonnd
three moose swimming in a lake aLd
killed them alMgtigle handed, .though
he had no firearms. Be paddled as fast
as he copid alongside one rf them
«^4hr«w his, blankePov% anl-
mal's head. Leaving this one to swim
about, he gave chase to another,-came
up to him, threw his coat over its bead
and loft him to swim about too. He
then tfave chase to the third, but if
It had not been for. a fair wind he
never would have caught him.
As it was, he came up to him only
when within fifty yards of the shore.
The moose was tired and did not make
much headway. The Indian' struck
him on the nose with his paddle and
stunned him for a moment. He then
gave him a rap on the head and fin
Ished him after a few more blows
But it requires very skillful paddling
to kill a moose In the water, and this
hunter could not have done it so easily
If the poor animal had not been tired
out with swimming' across a broad
After he had dragged this one into
shallow water he turned to look for
the others. They were swimming
round and round in the middle of the
lake, for they cduld not see which way
to go. After resting for awhile the In
dlan paddled up to the nearest moose
and turned him toward shore, always
keeping a little behind and changing
from one side to the other, according
as- the moose wondered from a straight
line. When .he-Jwd driven, hlhi near
land he 'jjtkddleff up to him and served
him as he bad done the first^ tied his
carcass to the canoe and towed him
Into shallow water. He then went aft
er the third, which was still swimming,
but very weak. He got him with diffl
culty near the shore and dlspatchcd
him in the same manner.
Negress Wins at White Beauty Show.
Edna Mason, a mulatto girl, won the
first prize at a beauty show held at a
charity bazaar In Taylorstown, Pa.,
and the admirers of her white com
petitors threatened to expel the entire
colored ""population from the neighbor
hood. Edna, eighteen years old, po&
sessed of strikingly regular features
and with a cilear light brown complex
ion, came from Louisiana two years
ago. Her grandparents were slaves
and she was brought up in a southern
family of wealth. She: was educated
in a southern. Industrial school and
spent two years abroad as the maid
in the family in which she had been
brought up. She is a" musician of some
promise and possesses a sweet, well
modulated voice.
The sultan of Turkey has a wonder
-fnl• collection of animals which be
keeps on an Island at Ylldlz. They in
clude stags, roedeer, gazelleB, rare
goats and sheep and birds of 'every
klnd: A special "kiosk is given up to
dogs, and there is also a,special cat
Fought on Both Side* in War.
W. W.' Sibley of Spearflsh, one of
tt« oldest practicing lawyers in tie
Black Hills, is dead of Brights disease.
He was sixty^lght years old. He had
the distinction of serving honorably
on both sides during the War of the
(Rebellion. For bnie year be was at
tached to General Price's comisaud in
the Confederate army, but became
convinced that the Cnlon cause Was
more just and he enlisted in an Illi
nois regiment, where he served until
the close of the war.
Big Revival Planned.
Arrangements havt Mi completed
for one of the biggest religious re
vivals «vsr held at Miller jor in that
part of the state. mv. Robert John
son,-who held meetings at Aberdeen,
Pierre and Chamberlain, has been se
cured as the evangelist and the meet
ings will open on Feb. 1. A special
tabemacle wUl be erected? tof -the
meeting.. 'V Jfc.
RsMses to Part With His Leg.
..jWhiis working on his.claim on mOt
creek, near.l,«fidi iSeth Anderson, aa
Old prospector,-1 Was* caught by a-WU
of rock «nd baUjr-rliijured.i -One ley
was so Muliy crushed that .Ampntai&te
was fbcAght': necessary vjfft th* si^.
toon*,- but ho refused
to. petmti'..ft,*
saying that he would rather dl#
mii»t iBjfttst-clafce
meow. ,\W3T
Phone ^1X8. NlgUt CBli 88(h4
Mr. fraik «. ?.
air artdMoss Mattresses
made to order and ren«
wetfBr «f Mutie
iVww Sxneticucfr
a I 'I infLfTJlJIJL
Plrst-Clsss WORKMAJiSHI?.
11JJH W. Kemp Art,
All chronier jJod acute tronbfes
treated suc^essfully Correspun
4 E a
4 Offlc6 JRooni8 27,28 and»
Anite Block. Vatertown. S.
Moaufsctunra of
Ground Feed, Sto^Also carry a full line?"
Hard and Soft Qo&Cordwooa and Slab '4 c. Sii
Hiahest Market for Grain
Mark W.SUeafe,
Attorney p.nd Counsellor at
Special Attention Given to
Room 6, Atellete Block ?,•!
Watertown^: South Dakota
Henryls Smitti"
The Commercial floose
This house has recently been lhor
ouKhly renovated, jepapered, and
otherwiee, improved. Good meals
properly 'prepared, and good ser
vice. Your patronage solicited.
Rates, M'.OO a day.
G. 8. IRELAND, Proprietor
^u I ha'^e the finest line ever
seen In the city. Latest styles
in single and double driving:
and suriey Harness. Hand
made harness a specialty.
Everything made or sold is
first-class goods.
Call and examine my stocky
before buyiug..LSv
have added a complete line
of TrunkB, Suit Cases and
Hand Bags, also a full line of
Gloves and MittenB.
C. A. Neill's
The Old Stand MS. Oak
a '•^7
Enquire 1010 E. Kemp Avenue
Henry H. Clark, M. D.
Physician and Sarget ni
Office over PostoiScc.
Kesldenrs, Cor Elm St. and Buroo Ave-
Now is tlie time to bring in
your Buggies and Automobiles -j
and have them polished up by a *P
first-class Carriage and ,-Auto
Call at B.

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