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sssss LOCAL NEWS Th 1t \K as a ni •e»r bint Suminy. Aili'1 La I'l'i-c of our streets M.'jimISI A. ii. M.'s'.ul, 'un»]ity in :i• Mfc.S IleP'Il T,: Ml.- 1 j• 1 v. iih !.w jMi.-nlj' .Iu.IL:. j( -I Hi IJ'i I mi ,ii11.• S il- I just I $ a ^BatMhhs Glean I3ecausc -llic Cleanser quickly re moves t!ic discolorations which appear cn porcclain Lath-tuhs, and which it is impassible to remove 1 any oilier means. Mazy other uses and Full Directions on Zarge Sifter-can lOP WINCHESTER CALIBER MODEL 1910 Self-Loading Rifle It Strikes ir i' W'liiii inniii|.ukm ]tig ii. ut u-r !i Klk.s rooms irh utch learner This new Winchester shoots a heavier bullet and hits a harder blow than any other recoil operated rifle made. It is more powerful than the .30 Army, of big game hunting fame. The loading and firing of this rifle ate controlled by the trigger finger. It ijjBRSUXE THE HAMHER OF THOB SM tor UhutnUd circular tally JtlCrlHat this"«*m rifle which hat ttrmgth and poittr plus. wMcamet iEPEATiro .,?• ABBS CO* kJbw Haren. Com* 0. S. A. tho !o:ii. March pil! III 1I»M h»'ti hs: I i*j\s inu a o .liuUe Frank .Mr. Kay '.'ii slice for IhjiUi il 11 11. AIIm -j j-uri ion of I. clii) liu-clii, •M. Xulr. Hit- i-\ "hii-h iateil, hi rue W »k ill 'lodvorcij ro cut jiul^o Ihmi his hum l» Uh? as caimin in eivic league meeting Goss house addressed liy IT J. I.. Seaton of i'akota Wesleyan universil Sunday afternoon was listened to a tail" si/.ed audience. Tho saloon qut lion was the principal theme handled liy the speiker. lie argued tluu, in spite of talk lo tho contrary, the sa loon a detriment to the financial interests of a community. I*. M. Wilson, father of the Wilson brothers, Al, Gene and iOmmett of this sity has a (Jury uewsptper which is an old timer for this country, lie lias twa copies of the Gary Interstate. One of them is dated I'el.niary 1S81 and ilie other is dated April 1SS3. One of the papers is printed on common yellow wrapping paper and is quite a souvenir. J. II. Leo, of Goodwin was a Water town visitor last Saturday and while in the city made the Saturday News a pleasant call. Mr. L.eo owns a tine farm near Goodwin and has resided in that country since tlie country wis first settled, and in f.ict now resides on his father's original homestead. lie now owns four hundred acres and re fusel $65 per acre for the farm only a short time ago. Nowadays when a man falls in love with another man's wife that is affin ity, but when a man fills in love with your wife, that's different. If yon stand on the corner making ugly re marks about another man's daughter that's fun, but when it happens to be your girl, that's scandal. So it is all along the line. It makes a lot of differ ence whose wife or daughter it is and which way' you peel the bark. Ever think about it? Easter this year will t-.. on April 16, nearly three weeks later than last year, and later than atiy year since 1906, when the date for the annual church festival fell on April 23. Easier last year was early, March 27,which is the eariest possible date for the festival, which is always the first Sun day after the full moon on or after the twenty-first day of March. If the full moon falls on Sunday, Easter is cele brated one week later. Dr. Fistiher, George Rutan and sev eral other local nlmrods got up at 4 o'clock last Sunday morning and went out to Goose lake duck hunting. When tie party started It was so warm that Mr, Rutan did not take his overcoat with him. The patty jut up in a barn until 2 in the afteriioon when they mide a 'break for home. Whou they struck town it was hard to tell whether they were white or colored men. Mr. Rutan was jnfct. about fro zen, but he is one of the "gamMf SPECIAL 1000 yards of 1 FANCY GINGHAMS 1 8 Cents This is W I S A E Cream Cheese s, WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAKOTA •1 OUR GROCERY DEP.- E N ENT YOU 1 0 ON YOUR PURCHAST Friday and GROCERIES Tliat will save (uil.l 1 Mist, regular Catsup, large size you money Bilking Powder, rcL" tr ~~c 21c St't'ilt'd Raisins, reu' ar 10c 8c Sola, regular 10c 8c Corn March, 4 pack^s 25c Snider Pork and aiis Prunes, per pound 6c Navy Beans 5c Coffee, worth 25c 20c Cabbage 3%c Good Butter 25c Fresh Eggs 14c Lemons 30c Oranges 25c and 35c We will have Lettuce, Celery aud Strawberries Saturday if in the market. men in the county if he is past seven ty years of age. Next Sunday morning at the Pres byterian church Rev. E. -alliwell will speak on the wise men of Watertown. who they are, and why they are consid ei^d wise. In the evening he will lecture to the novel bible class on the Thousand Years, the Millennial Agfl, or the Kingdom of the Son of God on earth. After noticing a few prophe cies concerning the coming king, and the children of Israel, he will speak of the state of this earth at the be ginning of this Thoftsfland Years, and then will show up five characteristics of the millenial kingdom. Song ser vice at 7:30. All are welcome. Dr. Hill who has been taking a pri vate course on the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat in Chicago for the past month writes "that he will be home In about two weeks to again resume his practice in this city, -he doctor says he Is living the "strenuous" life put ting in a full ten hours every day, but is enjoying the work and getting much good out of it It would seem that the Doctor is determined to keep abreast of the very latest scientific progress and to have the very best preparation the country affords In his special line of work for to give up a lucrative practice for two months and to take an expensive course like this would, surely mean a considerable fi nancial loss. Stewart & Snell WATERTOWN, S. D. 21c 17c 20c 21c sale, and why he should give it away to people and societies abundantly able to pay for it Is beyond comprehen sion. In the past this space has been free or sold at a nominal price and in too many cases the privilege has not been appreciated and therefore abused. A newspaper man that does n't run his business like a grocer cr any other business man cannot expect to get ahead In this world.—Brook ings Press. FR. BRADY IN SOUTH DAKOTA, Father John M. :t. •'J:. Ail the principal newspapers in South Dakota have united on the proposition to charge for space used in advertis ing affairs of religious, social, fraternal' and educational societies, where a charge is msxie for admission or whera goods are displayed for sale. Space is the thing the newspaper has for rr-,,. -W J3rady, a member of the apostolic missionary band of the Catholic church of the United States, is visiting South Dakota and other states in the northwest for the pur pose of making addresses to Catholic societies in furtherance of the work of that branch of the church to which he is attached. STATE COMMANDER PRESENT. Members of the local G. A. R. and W. R. C., were entertained in their hall by remarks from State Command er N. H. Kingham at'a recent meet ing. The captain's remarks were principally confined to the affairs at the soldiers' home at Hot Springs. He claimed that conditions were greatlv exaggerated by some of those who Came, to the Home in an intoxicated condition and used improper language. The Captain believed the management was right in its efforts to better cohdi tio»-of the place. The address was preceded by a pro gram of music and recitations. At the conclusion?of the captains remarks & banquet was served in his- honor. the Greatest Store for ermine Bargains in Watertown Saturday Specials That Will interest You $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 1 50 New Models just received at SPECIAL DRY GOODS SPEC IALS We have just received a'lot of Fancy Heather bloom Petticoats, regular $2.00 value. Special price $1.29 EXTRA SPECIAL Suits and Coats 25 PER CENT OFF Millnery Special We offer the choice of two dozen Pattern Hats, values up to $8 for $5.00 NEW PRINTS 4% Cents HIGHEST MARKET PAID FOR PRODUCE. Stylish New Spring Hats This season's smartest styles for young fellows, and modest ones for the older ones. The Golden NOTICE FOR B1D8^"-'V?' 7 Notice IS hereby given" that tho School Board of School District No. 21, Waverly Township, Codington County, S. D., will receive sealed bids up until noon, Saturday, April 1st, 1911, for furnishing material and building of school house In e&td dts trict as per.: plans and specifications ts $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 rLC 3 $ Sr iv-jp •Jiilfcff on file with the clerk' of said district! Seperate bids must be made on fur^ nishing material and building. The board reserves the right to re ject any and all bldB.^ 1 Dated at Waverly, 8, D„ this 3r6 day of March A. D. 1911. J.^Dppto.pierk. 'e1#!