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Saturday news. (Watertown, S.D.) 19??-19??, November 27, 1908, Image 6

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xt as if they ought to know it, but there are strangers coining
and we want tokfeepipur name before the.
WA GATES
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our address and tell anyone who inquires. If anyone wants
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G. BARR SON
We-.-jwant
the wB^M h*jj
have a limited^amount of "American^,
Hce" that we are-fielling yery cheap to close ^3
before winter. If you can use some here
Osgood chance to get fixed out at small cost.
ird Norton Yards
bw is t&e Time to Gat Storm Sasb
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a't Wholesale mad BM
any paft of the pity
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4ht*Wu«fdi by AJderman WiK
liamLuck.
An
apart
No. 204 ajdopted
March 23rd. 190$, toprovide.
for the extension and loyingr of wa
ter majns and the placing of hy
drants by'{he Watertown Water,
Light and Povffer Company of
Watertown, South Dakatfe, ita-^uc-s
cessoi-s and assigns, on and o^der
the public street known asJCtak
street between first avenue north,
and' and third avenue north and
west along the south side of third
avenue north to connect with the
water main on Park street in the
city of Watertown, South Dakota,
because ofa change -made neces
sary by the vacation of the street
formerly known as Cherry^ Street
in said city.
The city council of the city of
Watertown do.orjjainas follows:
Sec 1 There isherebyordered
an extension of the water mains
ten inches itr diameter, and of the
Wflual quality and^t-tbflriwwl depth
on the weeterly-gidfi of Oak street
in the city of Watertown and to in
tersect and be connected with the
water main now lying jand.beiflg oil
first avenue north formerly known
as Dakota avenue and along and
under said Oak street ,to the south
"line of third avenue tfortb
west along the south line of third
avenue north to the watermain
.now lyinga^dbeingin aod nnder
Park .street, to an intayaeetion-.-and.
connection with the .water m#in
now lying and being at the cross
ing on third-avenue and ^ark street
on third avenue ^north,. formerly
known as Jndiana ^yienueV and Car
penter street, to take .the p^ice
tof the water main now lying and
being on ground formerly known
as Cherry street in aaid city and
extending to a point on a line
east and west at the north end of
Evergreen Parky Baid chipigeio be
made because of the vacation
said Cherry street, and -extension
of-said Oak street, and there -is
4ierebyTocated on «aid Oak street
•extensitin four fire hydrants, to-be
removed from -ground, formerly
known-as Sherry street and to be
placfedonsaid^OakatreetHextension
of -the main -as foliews: One fire
bydrant on the westerly side of
said Oak atreet one hundred and
fifty feet north of the north line of
'first avenue north 1 fire^hydrant on
the westerly side of said OSkfltreet
three hundred and seventy "five
(875) feet north of the north line «f
^rst aveWJe- -aorth one fire hy
drant on ibe-westerly side of said
t£lak street seven hundred (700) feet
north of the north line of first
avenue north one lire hydrant at
|he-corner of. Qsft street north and
£hird avenue.nqrth, said hydrants
to be placed at a distance of 13 feet
from the -westerly, line of said Oak
street, and the fire hydrant to be
located -at ^the corner of Oak street
:north and third avenue north, to
placed 13 feet north of the soutb
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iiie of said third avenue .north
Sec 2 This ordinance -shall
take efilectTfrom and -after ita JMBi
approval, and publication.
Passed ,firstt reading -October £6,
1908. X'.zto*,
Passed second
1908.
Hi
[ocafiftv
reading Nov. Ig,
Adopted and ,tpprov«d
1908.
John W..Martin,
Nov. 12,
JMayor
W. M. ,Sch
Clerk. 22-23
uoenbe^^i
CITY- ORDINANCE NO. 211
Introduced by Alderman 'Wiliam
Luck.
An ordinance to carry into-effect
a part of section sevei^ of ordi
nance No". 204 -adopted and ap
proved March 23rd, 1908, and -to
provide for the extension and 'lay
ing of water ^mains -and the 'plac
ing of hydrants by theWatertowa
Watear, Light and Power Coitipany
of Watertown, ^South Dakota, its
and assigns, on^and-un
der :the public -street formerly
known as- 4Box Elder street north,
now. north fourth street, between
the south line-of jjBt aven»e.nortb
extending northeasterly intersect
ing-with north -fourth-street in the
city of Watertown, because of the
cfcanging.^E' said north Box Elder
street, now known fts fourtb Btereet
in said cit?.
The., city council of the city of
Watertown do^or^iin foltown
Sec 1,There is hereby ordered
an extension of thewater pa^ins six
inches ^n diameter,.and,«r usual
quality^and at-the usual d^pth on
the easterly side of north" fourth
street in jfche city of Watertown.
comm«*cing and iobrarseeting with
w*ter-TOairiion ^bvth fourth,
street atL^ jaear j-the Railway track
known as fee- V'1Millv'EradtV onsaid
extending wes
north
$0»rttH$$e&t 't& first- aviumie north
on and under sai(
avtoue hortb.aud,, to
t,i
tinUOUS
SWWMJi UP|pn fp#tft3
orth
ofajtfrot^majn
efly-
wfiicrth Baxelder
the
a part:
chan^ng^theloartion
of said it, now
and
known
southerly"flirection from^he 'center
linb of the main tradc of the Chi
Northwestern Ifcftway
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thesanie is now established.' atid
hydrant te, be removed from that
part of north Boxelder street so
vacated, and placed on safcj exten
sion of said north fotfrth street,
said hydrant to b$ placed a dis
tance of 13 feet from Baid eastern
line of said north fourth street.'
See 2 This ordinance shall
take effect from and after ita pas
se, approval and publicieition
Passed first i^^ing
26th, 1908.
Passed second riding
Adopted and approved
1908.
rSohn'W. Martin', '•v.J'fejE
M- W. Schoenbergfer,
Pga? Clerk. 22-23
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'-State o^ South-Dakota, county
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Cpdington, ss. In county .wurti
In the matter of the estate of
frank Lindner, deceased.
^Nfotige of sale of real estate.
Whereas, an or^ejr of r.Qie countv
court of Codington county, -South
Dakota, was-made on the l6th -day
of November, 19Q8, directing Anna
E. Lindner, as administratrix of
'the estate of the abpve -named
{Prank Lindner, deceased, Ao sell^t
jprivate sale certain real estate, the
iproperty of said .gecedentr
Now, therefore, in pursusmee
of said (Mr^ar of sale tte undeiv
s[i|riied will, on,Q?.-$fter the 7th day
of December^ A D., 1908, sell at
private sale to the ^highest ^bidder
the j^al ^tate in" said, or$er of
sale described, towit: The .north
east .quarter of section e^ghteeh
18) township one hundred and sev
enteen (117),~|raBge fif^y c«p (51)
west of the 5th P. ij.in Codington
»unty, South Dakota.
The terms upon which fljaid prvj
perty will'be sold are as follow^'
all of,the purchase price thereof
able in cash, except that the
purchaser assume a first mortgage
ra^inill said land .for thirteen brmf
died debars.
Said Seal estaw will be offered
for salesat the residence of the un
dersigned, No. 6 R. F. Water
town, in said county, and bids i$
writingsreceived at said place^-~d
Dated November 16th, 1908.
Anna E. Lindner,
Administratrix of the estate of
Frank Lindner, deceased.
Complete change of program at
the Idle Hour every'Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday.
To the ladies.
DearMad&m:
We believe it is the ambition of
every woman who has charge of
family, to have the best bread
that can be made and -the first
requisite?, is good flour. Every
house wife realizes that care jnust
be taken to produce a light spongy
bread. ,,,
First Good flour
Second: 'Good yeast. (Home
made potato yeast preferred.)
Third: Intelligent and careful
mixing. (Don't put in too much
flour. If you do the bread will be
dry{f»nd.crumbly.) l-k
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PflUrth: Proper C^tempeifattlre
for Rifling. '-,5^
Fifth: Sufficient Jtneading.
Sixth: When "the loaves have
risen to the right point they should
be'plaeed in a properly heated
oven.
Seventh: Care in baking,
We can furnish you with the first
requisite in the "GABLAND"
flouriwhich haa no eq^al as a bread
producer. Tt is rich in gluten
S^lut^ the ESSENTIAL for brain,
bone, sinew and 'muscle. Hence
GARLAND''—will -make imore
bfead,and give your boys .and,girls
Vigor, and brain power to meet
sompetitiQn in J-beae strenuous
ifenea—either in base, basket or
football, or in business later in
li®' "GARLANt)
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ufacjturedifrom -the finest hare!
ily to be obtained under ithet
^'ftART,AMn
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^loyalty to famifer, LOYALTY to
jcity—LOYALTY to your
k^me indoles should be your
watchword.-1 Watertown'a jnanu
(»nnot 8uopeed nnUt^s
receive the loyal support of
A9K V0UM StALU POft
ouARwrrew TM»WIYW»T« natv
Every
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list to %c
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tion. ^hose who stride Counoil cigars get the
habit. The cigar costs 10c and Jhe finest 10c
jmoke made,« CSall for the'- Cout'"'1^'"1'*
jfrtands. -~i
Man^a^»#:sby
L„ N. Schulner
Watertown*" SoutH Dakota
Electric Light Fixtures
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team Laundry
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of kl KndsH«^Wiiiag* '»nd repairs
oulfspecialty.
Complete line or suppfies in stocE
Satisfaction guaranteed!*
Itfotor work our strong line.
5r* iie n. o«kst.
Rjeranemfoer, When
my business.
YDER.
Yoii^NeerflLivfiry
UR specialty ps j§irst-class
livery in evet^y respect. Just
call up J. *L *Ballou, Bur­
lington Barn, phone main
597.
Hack day or night. Phone orders
promptly attended to. #iext time you
need livery give me a trial and I wilt see
that you ?are iae*fectl# satisfied "that!
Jas.
Burlixitfton Barn ^one Main 507
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that has been stamped O.
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