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VOL. 7, NO.
:f ~'Y i* £!m A cash gets the choice. I commissions to anyone. I homes on jIONTHW payments gg Is If you ever expect to acquire city property here is a chance that S'nfever was offered before. Everything in the line, modern houses, large houses and small ones, Jaipe'new cottages with: city water and sewer $j connections, fine vacant lot»0Ii very small cash deposit,and easy month ly payments, only 7 per cey- on unpaid balances. All described so^you I can look at them. Clear tftle, bonded abstract. The first here with the Go^ook them oyer and then come and see me. No f-v£. 1 No 2 A seven roo$ frame residence at No 13b 5th street northeast* •i cement walks, street ci«"h and gutter, furnace, city water in kitchen, sewer in cellar. Fop&}°cks frompostoffice,:. Price $3000.00. $500.00 I ,|jpash, balance $30.00 pc|'vnionth. No Lot 16, block 8_east Watertown, being No 821 east Kemp fst 'avenue. Two houses ^n, this loti-..Sewer now building in the avenue. '0*%^ Cement walks. Monthly rent $16.00. Price $1400.00. ,$500.00 cash, balance $25.00 per month. iH'? No 14 Lot 12, block 6 east Watertown. Third lot north of Kemp avfenue on the east side of 5th street east.City water and sewer in street. Cement Sidewalk, curb and gutter. Price $1250.00 cash. No 7 A three room house, cement blocks, fine lot, cement walks, good well. East A avenue in block 17 Pettigrew's addition. Price $800.00. At least $100.00 cash, balance $15.00 per month. No 8 A new four room cement block cottage on east A av. Cement floored, basement full size of house, cement walks in block 17 Petti grew's addition. Price, $1250.00. At least $200.00 cash,balance $20.QQ per month. No 6 Strictly modprn 8 room cement block residence, bath room, cistern, water lift, cemented basement, cement walks* street curb and gutter. 1st avenue north, just east of 5th street east. c.Price $3500.00. At least $500.00 cashxbalance $30.00 per month. No 1 Nine room frafhe residence at No 126 5th street northeast. Four blocks from postoffiee. Citywater in kitchen,sewer in front street, nice trees, cemented cellar, walks, street curb and gutten. Price $2800.00. At least $500.00 cash, balance $25.00 per month No 17 The south half of block .6 Kemp Brothers. 20 lots in a solid body. Will not subdivide, Price $1000.00. $200.00 cash, balance $50.00 per month. No 18 Lots 18 TO 20 inclusive in block 8 Kemp Brothers. 75 feet Sfront on Kemp avenue. The three for $150.00. $25.00 cash, balance $10.00 permcnth. tt. No^- Lots 32to 35 inclusive in block 3 Xemps. One hundred feet front on Kemp avenue. Price $400.00. $50.00 cash, balance $25.00 per •month: No 21r' "Lotsl6 and 17 and lots 1 to 12 inclusive^ block'!' Kemp Broth ers. On south side of Kemp avenue. A veryttuce -bunch of lots.! '.OOthe lot., ^Q^Opi^twsh and balance $3:0feT)O)AflfKnt^ 3tf LEE STOVER Mi No 9-10-11 Three new four room cottages on the south sicle ot fourth avenue south between third and fourth strets west. All have sewerl and city water, full size cemented basements. Price $1400.00 each. $200.00 cash, balance $20.00 per month. Half Price Sale ofi ... ^5. II?" Women's Fine Sale Price $17.50 No. 2 is a natty style, made of a fine quality fancy gray.striped suiting. Tacket semi-fitting, 27 inches long, full length sleeves, collar and cuffs trimmed with light blue braid, and buttons front, and back. Skirt plain gored, circular. This is an ex ceptionally attractive suit, one of ,$he latest models. Worth $20.00. Sale Price $1000 Ihis is the greatest offer or tne season, Tour choice •oureirtire stock of' yoj^en'-s'^Fine Sifits at'iialf price, You'll appreciate what a money saving opportunity this is when you take into consideration the reliability, quality and smaiines:'vof.th^ r^!ftr-prices on .out? suits. we haveNabout one hundred and fifty of these fine suits left. Mo&,of them are the Wooltex make, late arrivals that haye only been in th| stori^jj^ort time. $ 0 The five mentioned liere will give you arf^ idea of what Bargains await you at this store. jggri No 1. Women's Tailpred Suit of green No. 3. Woman's tailored suit, made of serge, jacket in Milcado style, 24 inches K^all wool panama, colors blue, black and long, trimmed with silk iafieia and braid -brown. Jacket is trimmed with silk braid on collar, cuffs and over shoulder, lined l^karound collar and cuffs, skirt full pleated thraout with pearl-gray satin skirt is '^with four-inch fold at bottom one 61 our made with double box pleats, front and back, with four-inch fold at bottom Wool tex make regular price $35.00. $11 WSUSB THE LIVE WEEKLY 0# THE LrVE WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAKOTA, Hfe JTJLY%4, 19b8. LOCAL NEWS Editor Lowe of Henry was Boy Geslfei^fiffe acce^ted'a p5M tion in the rug department of' Schaller's store. Roy Larson of' Soo rafts spent Sunday last in this city, a guej$ of: his lister, Miss Anna Larson||J Mrs. Nellie Budd of Washington, D. C., is visliting at the heme of Mrs. Archie Weaver of this city, Miss Katherine Skewis of Taco ma, Wash„ is in the city- a guest of her uncle, Hon. J. W. Martin. Miss Lillian Rowe arrived home Monday evening from Brookings where she has been visiting rela tives. mm Mr. all'Mrs. C\ The Congregational church and Sunday school held their annual picnic at Yahota Wednesday. A goodly number turned out and a very enjoyable day was spent. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Addison ar rived Monday evening for a couple of week's visit with Earl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Addison. "Earl came overland in his new Pqrd runabout. The new. Dacotah buildingfispros pressing very' satisfactorily,' The leaders at the regular price ot $15.00. Sale Price $7.60 No. 4. Women's suit, made of blue chif fon panama Mikado style jacket, 24 ins. ,long, nicely trimmed with braid, lined thruout with Skinner's satin pleated skirt, trinyned with braid and fold ja.t a Wooltex $30.00 suit. "V Distinctive a tertown visitor Tuesday. Miss Ethel Popst is the Case cottage at station* Wa visiting -at' the Pump Turner of St. Paul are in the city visiting at the home of their soa^»C. H. Palmer. ik'i Mrs. W. S. Peck"returned Mon day morning from the Black Hills, where she has been visiting friends for several weeks. C. F. Halbkat went on his monthly inspection tour this week. •He is watch inspector for the St. Louis railway. He's the man that makes the St. Louis come to time. bottom: Sale Price $15 'No. 5. .Misses' suit made of light shade fancy suiting Sale Pride $7.50 WATERTOWN 'Kk.&.. vt Intrinsic Value with "the charm of Individuality^ 4 added Selecting, ar ticles for wed« ding preseota irom oar stock 'insures you against two great pitfalls—' the common-. place and the freakish. Mies Frances Hardy left the early part of the week for Meade county, where she will spend her vacation on the Hardy claim. Mr. Hardy will accompany her, staying a week or teh days. &£ JviS. Pyne went to Carthage the the week to attend to busi?. ^.,nterests. He. has obtained a c0tet?act for the plumbing and heat ingr?i a business block iWhich^js, being erected in that town. A run away last Sunday caused. Edwinvlrvin, liveryman, to sustain' a broken-ankle. The team, which was a frisky one, took fright and ran away. Irvin was thrown from the rig, and sustained the injury referred to. G. SiSkinner leaves next Monday for his claim near Meadow, Butte county, this state. Mr. and Mrs.: Will Honeywell will also take up claijns adjoining, so that they will be close neighbors. John B, Hantan sustained a frac ture of the ribs while on the train returning from the democratic do ings in the Black Hills. The train had stopped at Clark, and as Mr. Hanten was rising from the seat the tars gave a jerk, throwing him into'tbe aisle. He fell heavilyvhis side striking one of the seats. The fracture is somewat painful, „jbut not ferious. Peny Loucks has filed a state ment "vyith the clerk of courts that his Election -expenses "'amounted to .$232.17. This is in accord with the provisions of the primary law, re quiring a statement of election ex penses to be filed with the clerk, unless they should be less than $100 an which case no statement is nec essary. As PerryJs the only one who has filed his statement, the others must have been economical with their campaign funds. G. H. Nicholson, who has been working up the A advertising contest, which appears for the first time in this issue of the paper, left Saturday last after completing -his Work. Mr. Nicholson has run the contest in, a great many papers tliruout the country, notably the Chicago Record Herald, It was also run in the Aberdeen Daily News, the Fargo Forum, ,and the Soo Falls Argus Leader. The con test has been a success wherever it has been tried. The next and last instalment appears next week, Get in line for the prizes. You don't "kJjow how easy it is till you try it. You will 'find full particulars/ on the contest page. L. G. HILL, M. D. OCULIST AURIST M4 M. *4^^ •gfr&Sb NOS1B GLASSES FITTE6 First National Bank B'ld'g a Are ycu as active 1 Nothing without true artistic merit finds place here, so that what ever purchase you make you are certain,it's, in the best of good taste. This Does Costliness. WATERTOm, S.DAK. bricklayers are nearly thru with their work, and it is hoped to have the buildmg ready to instal the mael^nery by the middle of August. -vt'~ A Watertown man 1 to make its go-cart. Mean Adtfed CJTS% mmam* Hi. 1 LY BOtJN Jn discoverer a fortune. It jt costs a lot to live theie More than it did of yore," But when you stop to fhink. pi It, It's wortJi a paying a bill «s you are in collecting one 4 1U '.p I:-.'. ii' "$-1?: PC A western desperado recently shot himselt ^heto A Watertown inan went into his back yji^^ith W whole lot #gre. peptic fellow go sorry for njte Vi HIS TUBlf AT LAST It took you an awfully long time to pull .that &11oVb tootW^y .^aaid the assistant. O & tedame is a doihbinatSon a hot P: mt lawn Retort f'This hot weathep-must bother youv"-* *'It does," answe^ei4 the fat man. mower every wIii._,-, Inf tch 6 N NSIW HIS.BDSINESS When Theodore Roosevelt wa8 policy coltnmisaioner ija asked an applicant for a position' oij^the fotce,^, ." "If you were ordered to disperse a mob, 'Pass around the hat, sir," was the reply.'— m. Gt A.MB LAW AMENDMENTS vf^The editor.of an Illinois exchange offers the following to the game law,of that state, and as he has..taken out nc they may be use^t by any state in the union,* bb well as provinces: "The man who -asks/Ia^it hot enuff time during the months of June, July or "High-speed automobile"fiends may "fee slaughtered' at any time during the year no limit as to the number killed in one day "The fool who rocks the boat may be killed at any time (luring summer months. No license ib required, as therp is a' bounty on-« scalps offered. '7$ 'The roan-whose thermometer is always three degrees fbove other in the qummer may be s/iot during dog days without'a license. "Umpires giving the home team the worst »)f it may be shot, clubbed or hunted with dogs from'April 14 to October One editor writes as follows: "Take a stroll thifu a.cemeteyyalone and you will pass the last resting place of the man who blew iato the muzzle of a gun to see if it was loaded. A little further slope is a crank who tried to show 'how close to a moving,"train he could pass. In strolling about you see the moflument of the hired girl who tried to start the fire with gasoline, and a ktioll that '-covers a bt»y who put a cob under a mule's tail. That tall shaft over the who blew out the gas casts a shadow over the grave of a boy who tried' to get on a moving train. Side by side the etherial creature who always had her corset laced to the last hole and the intelligent .idiot who rode a bicycle nine miles in ten minutes, sleep unmolested. repose is a doctor who took a dose of his own medicine. There, with the top of a box driven over his head is a rich old man v/ho married a young wife. Away over there reposes a boy who Vent fishing' on Sunday, and the woman who kept strichniria with'powders on the top cupboard. The man who stood in front of the oil the sickle is quiet now and rests beside who fed himself to a seventy-ton engine, and field may be seen" the bleached bones of the the editor." i-r ILit Vs inarried the «irjh,£, Willi the mi the( id maiji people who ask him to attend to his own business as.they have a' right to trade where they'plSase. If he publishes mail order -ads the home merchants go after .his gore. No country newspaper can copie square without makingenemies and losing money and run of 1 amendment no copyright,^ the Canadians V(vv,...r. .-ni» J- m. rdown the p'&t owing machine, to careless brakeman er in the potter's who tried to whip oje 1 It 'cbsts a coffl^fey ii^spaper mofiiS^ every time ltr maKes a stand on any question. Almost any other citizen can do it without- injuring his business because ne is- not jJut ..on record. Whenever a newspaper publishes /anything^ re's in black and white and no way to get around it.: If |th6 editor' advocates improvements, the mossbacks get after him and sometimes stop theii* paper/ If he opposes improvements, the progressive sort get onto his frame and call him a back number: If. he boosts the churches, the liberal element call him crazy, and if he does not church people say he is going to the devil. If he publishes politica thje opposition gets into his hair, and if he doesn't he is charged with biing afraid to stand for his own.opinion. If he condemns mail order ^houses, there axe, year or Jo will incur some criticuon from neaWy everybody. But after 1#*^, XV" aman has published a newspappr so mpy y«krs that gray hairs begin ',JS* to show around his temples, he ceases to either worry or care' what certain people have to say of him or hid newspaper so long as the 'gan eral public stand by it. Thtese sort pf pa(ople who are quick to/criticize the newspaper man behind his back arjr& million miles from being representative ot the general public of their .own would get it in ttie fleel just lay tlowil and bellow. No rtiej Opinion in newspaper over their efa?f •—uor. would they th|nk of putting tethe editor what they sneakipglyj were they running a newgpai often and so,thoroly that they' if them would' dare express an signAtare-ibout any public matter cold-typ^ or in communication I: some ..r„- -r -x 1X -r LSs£*&'Y