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L. G. HILL, M. D.
Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat
Glasses Fitted,
First National Bank Building.
LOCAL NEWS
.siates Atty. Mark Sheafe delivered
he Fourth of July oration at Waver
!y
v. ill A. Beach and family of Sioux
I-.ills are spending a few days at
ke Kampeska.
Mrs. P. O. Mimnaugh and little
,l muliter are visiting relatives and
liiemls in Iowa.
Lot 1.
Lot 2.
t"v
Roy thl»- week on an over
land trip to Montana by auto.
.Remember the closing out sale o£
oxfords is on at Hestad's Shoe Store.
Mr. Chas. Ertcksoc is reported as
much, better this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. Steinborn
spent the Fourth in Sioux Falls.
H. S. Rowe, and Jno. B. Hanten
were Sioux Falls visitors the last ol
the week.
Great, bargains in all oxfords at
Hestad's.
The Von Hagen home on E. Kemp
avenue has been quarantined the
past week on account of diphtheria.
Joe Hentges -and G. M. Kranz at
tended the Forester picnie at Kranz
burg last Thursday. They had a
splendid time.
W. R. Thomas left Saturday for
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lester and son Esthervllle, la., and will also visit in
Caloric Demonstration
You and your friends are
invited to attend and par
take of the many good
things prepared in the
"CALORIC"
Fireless Cookstove
You will be amazed at the seemingly impossi
ble things it does. It bakes and roasts food in its
raw state without first partially cooking it on an ordi
nary stove or reheating it before serving, as well
as steams, stews and boils.
Tne ''Caloric" saves fully seventy-five per cent
in fuel alone and nearly all the time, and work,
and all the botLer. It requires no attention after
lie food is placed into it, there is no danger of
burning or of the food being overdone. The "Ca
loric''will pay for itself many times over. After
using it you would not part with it for many times
its cost.
Come to our store on the date mentioned below
and you will learn how to reduce your meat and
grocery bills.
Woodward & Searles
JULY 10 to 15
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i:
GILRITH'S
Millinery Department
Read—Listen
You surely can afford a New Hat at these
prices. Beautiful,5 Nobby Street and
Dress Hats. This season's Styles.
Prices for Quick Sale
Values up to $6, now
Values up to $20, now
Main Floor .»• Display in Front Section
THE SATURDAY NCWS
Wisconsin before returning to"-Ms
home in Eas Vegas, Nev.
"'"3
Remember the closing out sale of
oxfords is oh at Hestad's Shoe Store.
Miss Colleta Fitzgerald of Madison,
S. D., visited last week with her
friend,. Miss Catherine Bellaire. Miss
Fitzgerald was formerly a teacher in
the city schools.
Don Livingston, C. M. Kranz aDd
the editor of the News drove out in
the country in Mr. Livingston's big
automobile Saturday, inspecting crop
conditions. They stopped at Kranz
burg enroute.
Ladies, if you wear sizes 2, 2 1-2, 3,
3 1-2 and 4, you can get them cheaper
than others at Hestad's.
A fine rain fell last Saturday eve
ning between Watertown and Lake
Kampeska. It wet down about an
iiiCh and gave corn potatoes and hay
quite a boost.
Great bargains in all oxfords' at
Hestad's.
Mrs. Fred Harper and daughter
Luclle accompanied Miss Coe Wal
dron to Paynesville, Minn., where
they will all be at the parental home
for a few weeks.
J. G. McFarland, the attorney, will
attend the Elks' convention at Atlan
tic City as a delegate. Mr. and Mrs.
McFarland will also visit other east
ern points while away.
Word has been received In this
city of the death of Sam Ritter last
week at Seattle, Wash. Mr. Ritter
was a former resident of Watertown
and was well known by many of the
cider residents.
Ladies, If you wear sizes "2, 2 1-2, 3,
3 1-2 and 4 you can get them cheaper
than others, at Hestad's.
For Rent—To a good tenant ou
long lease at $20.00 a month. Eight
rcom house and bath modern ex
cept heat, at 116 Sixth St. S. E. Ap
ply at Gtlruth's Store.
H. A. Hanten of Beinls telephoned
John Nevenheim of this city Tuesday
that a heavy rain fell in that section
ol the country Monday evening and
that water was standing in ditches
all along the railroad track.
County Commissioner Ristvedt of
Florence came down to attend a
meeting of the board of county com
issioners Monday and he said a
heavy rain fell in the vicinity of
Florence and Wallace Monday night.
Announcements have been receiv
ed in this city of the marriage of Eva
Edna Lambert to Wm. Adams Kin
sey, "our own Billy Kinzle", ou Wed
nesday. the 28th of June at Aylmer,
V&T-
$1.95
$3.75
80UTH DAKOTA
What you tee advertised elsewhere
you can 1)Uy here for less. The store
for good dependable, underprleed
merchandise.
High class silk .and. cotton wash,
gosds, artistic, dainty designs and
fine quality materials. Regular prices
65. Now only
i,
v?:
«o»
39c
Still a few pieces left of that fa
mous Himalaya cloth. Though the
quantity fV ndVf small the selections
are good. Get some of it before It
is all gone. Regular price 35. fyow
only
19c
Good' strong gingham, fine quality,
new styles, washes well, wears well,
regular prlc? 15. Now only
10c
"indestructible," the best quarter
stocking shown. Black and colors
26c
See our hosiery bargain table.
Goods here worth up to fifty cents,
in fancy and plain colors. Choice
16c
Steel fram umbrellas, silk and lin
en mixed covers., Regular price 92.00,
choice
$1.60
Alt our colored and fancy parasols.
Choce, one quarter off regular price
If your curtains need renewing
see our stock of nets, scrims ano
madrasses,. 11
26c to 35c
Dutch collars of every stylt are
the prevailing rage just now. Noth
ing was ever more Appropriate for
these hot days. We have the larg
est stock and bigest variety in town.
See them.
25c and 50c
John Moodie Dry
Goods Co.
Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Kinsey will
be at home to their friends after the
first of September at 118
rE.
Ave., Watertown, S. D.
Kemp
Crops Looking Good
South of Kranzburg
The Saturday News editor met Don
Livingston on the street last Satur
day and asked:
"How are the crops "down your
way, Don?"
"Well sir," said Mr. Livingston, "I
Was just talking with one of my
neighbors near my farm and he said
that there was one quarter section of
mine that would go at least twenty
bushels of hard wheat to the acre. I
will admit that the piece of grain
looks flue but I .did not think It would
do as well as that."
"Say, Doc,' saicl the newspaper
Eian, "I always knew that you were
an' optimist and I want to say to you
at this time that you are one of the
most optimistic fellows in South Da
kota today."
"You talk as though you didn't be
lieve me," said Mr. Livingston, with
that same smile that landed him in
the register of deeds office as often
as the law would allow. "I will take
my auto and take you over to my
iarm near Appleby this very after
noon and show you if you are from
Missouri."
Promptly at 2 o'clock In the after
noon of last Saturday Mr. LlvlngBton
pulled up In front of the Saturday
News office with his handBome new
40 horse power Cadillac and yelled
out, "All aboard."
Not far from Appleby Mr. Livings
ton pulled up to his fine farm. As
we were going up the road to the
house our attention was called to as
fine a stand of wheat as we have seen
in this county any year, wet or dry.
"That's the piece," said Mr. Livings
ton, pointing towards it. "Get out of
the machine and walk into that field
and see what you think of it." We
did and found the grain all headed
cut with big long heads and the color
was fine.
"Now," said Mr. Livingston, "X have
1G0 acres in this field just like this
and some pretty good grain -on my
othef quarters, but, of course, this is
the best"
NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE.
State of South Dakota, fcounty of
Codington, S. S.
in County Court.
In the matter of the estate and
guardianship of Charles S. Dalrym
ple, a minor.
Under authority of an order grant
ed by the County Court of the County
of Codington, State of South Dakota,
dated June 30th, 1911, I, the under
signed, guardian of the estate of
Charles S. Dalrymple, a minor, will
sell alt private sale the Interest of
said minor in the following described
property: The undivided Two-fif
teenths interest in the West Ono
lialf of Section 3 Township 118,North
of Range 51 in Codington County,
South Dakota.
The sate will be made on or after
j,July 24th,
(1911
and bids will be re-
celved &t the office ot Slierln ft Sher
iu, la the ..Trofch Bloek. in th6-, City
of Watertown, County of Codington
and State• of South. Dakota. -The
terms ot the sale will be cash.
Dated this lBt day of July, A. D.,
Ma L. Dairymple,
Guardian of the Estate of Charles- S.
Dalrymple, a minor.
SHERIN & SHERIN,
Attorneys for. said guardian.' 3-4
Are a Safe Investment
[|If yon bay them at
PREY'S
We always give a written description
of each stone just as they are on onr
Certificate which goes with each stone
O O O O O O O O O O O O O O
Geo. H. Marquis Chas. W. Sterling
MARQUIS & STERLING
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law
a Rooms 15, 16, and 17 Gow Block
Watertown, South bakota. 3
CONDENSED FROM ANNUAL STATE
MENT.
For the Year Ending December 31, 1010
Of the conditions of the
llOYAIi INSURANCE COMPANY
Of the Kingdom of Great Britain
made to nie Commissioner of Insur
ance of South Dakota pursuant to the
laws thereof. Manager, Law Bros..
Chicago, 111. Incorporated, 1846 U. S.
office, New York City.
Amount of-4eposit capital
paid up In cash $ 460,000.00
Total ledger aspots De
cember 31, 1909 11,200,507,14
INCOME
Total premium receipts.... 7,647.497.40
Interest and rents........ 610,860.82
From all other sources.... 236,117.59
Total Income $6,494,175.81
DISBURSEMENTS
Net amount paid for losses 3,564,516.90
Deposit premiums returned 2,678.00
Commissions or brokerage 1,338,009.27
Salaries, fees and all other
charges of officers, clerks
agents and other em
ployees 809,01^.01
All other disbursements.. 2,482,61v.68
Total disbursements .J3.196,835.86
Balance .11,498,147.09
LEDGER ASSETS
Book value of real estarte
less incumbrances 4,174,899.81
Mortgage loans on real
estate, first liens 403,100.00
Bonds or stocks owned
and loans on collateral.. 5,225,835.48
Cash in office and banks.. 380,864.20
Other ledger assets 1,313,947.85
Total ledger assets $11,498,147.09
NON-LEDGER ASSETS
Interest and rents due
anfd accrued 85,003.41
Other non-ledger assets.. 54,519.34
Gross assets $11,637,669.84
DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED.
Agents' balances and all
other non-admitted as
sets 28,354.10
Book value of ledger as
sets over market value. 74,760.68
Total .$ 103,114.78
Total admitted assets. .$11,534,555.06
LIABILITIES.
Net amount of unpaid
losses and claims 734,948.78
Unearned premiums 7,380,634.29
All other liabilities 566,932.97
Total amount of all lia
bilities except capital.. .$8,682,516.02
Deposit capital actually
paid up In cash 450,000.00
Surplus over all liabilities 2,402,039.04
Surplus as regards policy
holders 2,852,039.04
Total $11,534,666.06
RISKS AND PREMIUMS.
In force on the 31st day of
December of previous
year 1,552,011,572.00
Net amount In force De
cember 81. 1910, deduci
ng re-insurance 1,386,998,744.00
BUSINESS IN SOUTH DAKOTA FOR
THE YEAR 1910.
/,
Risks written 6,319,566.00
Premiums received ...... 74,802.27
Expenses incurred 15,568.74
Loses paid 20,122.12
Losses incurred 22,638.45
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA.
Department of Insurance.
Company's certificate of authority.
Whereas, The Royal Ins. Co., a cor
poration organized under the laws of
Great Britain has filed In this office a
sworn statement exhibiting its condi
tion and business for the year ending
December 31, 1910, conformable to the
requirements of the laws of this state,
regulating the bus4ness of Insurance
and,
Whereas, The said company has filed
in this office a duly certified copy of its
charter, with certificate of organiza
tion, in compliance with the require
ments of the insurance law aforesaid:
Now, Therefore, I O. S. Basford, Com
missioner of Insurance of the State of
South Dakota, pursuant to the provi
sions of said laws, do hereby certify
that the above named company Is fully
empowered, through its authorized
agents, to transact Its appropriate
business of Fire, Tornado and Marine
insurance in this state, according to
the laws thereof, until the last day
of February, A. 1912.
In Testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and official seal at
Pierre, this first day of March, A. D.
(Seal) O. 8. BASFORD.
Commissioner of Insurance.
CONDENSED FROM ANNUAL STATE
MENT.
For the Year Ending December 81, 1910
Of the conditions of the
NIDDLCWE9T FIRE INSURANCE
OOMPANY
Of the citate of North Dakota made to
th* Commissioner of Insurance of South
Dakota pursuant to the laws thereof.
•President, Frank White Secretarv. W
A. Gordon Incorporated, January. 19'Jft:
Home #itice Valley City. N. Dek. a
:Amoui\t of capital paid up
in cash .. .......... $
'TotM tedjrer. assets Decera-
200,000.00
•65? SirT50»fU' *6,983.71
smns||
'Total premtumreoelpls
'Interest and rents...
ra,m
Totsllnoome :v»v .. .-vi.. S0T.7H II- jj
DISBURSEMENTS
-Net amount paid for losses.
Paid to stoakholders
si'
10,4
'Commissions or brokerage* 4I.T80
a»l«rl»«. feet and alt otner
charge* of officer., clerks
agents and other em-,
ployees 17,647 SI
•All other disbursements 10,110.01
Total disbursements.... I 188,!»2.7j
Balance
....» .»96,486.J|
LEDGER ASSETS
Mortgage loans on real
estate, first liens........ 212,640.$!
.Bonds or. stocks owned.... 20.000.01
Cash in office and banks., 53,664.!
,Other ledger assets 10,180.1
Total ledger assets
NON-LEDGER ASSETS
ilnterest due and accrued..
Other non-ledger assets...
QfOffl'. USfitl .• ovvt«vvv
forwle ^5al Inafng^lSSrt^l 81,
Conformable to tne reSuireln^ntl of th«
Jaw6 Jj ttUe atnte rgghlatlnir ibe Oust-
Whlfeaff The sila company has fiief
In this office a luly otrtlfied copy o|
'1th oertlncate of organ*
its charter, .. ...
Isatlon, in compliance with .the require*
mentfl of the fnsuranoe law aforesaldt
Now, Therefore, 1,0. S, Bastord. Com.
missloner of Insurance of the fttata Ol
South Dakota, pursuant to the provl-*
Sions of said laws, do hereby certify
that tHe above named oompany Is full]
empowered, through its authorise]
agents, to transact Hs appropriate busl
ness of Fire, Lightning, Tornado an4
Hail insurance in this statei accord
lug to the laws thereof, until the last
day of February, A. D. 1912.
In Testimony whereof, I have here*
unto set my hand and official seal at
Pierre, this first day of Maroh A.
1911.
(Seal) O. S. BASFORD,
Commissioner of Insurance.
OOJrDSUfSBD FROM ANNUAL STATE
MENT.
For the Year Ending December 81, 1910.
Of the conditions of the
STANDABO ACCIDENT INSURANCE
COMPANY
Of the state of Michigan made to the
Commisloner of Insurance of South
Dakota pursuant to the. laws thereof.
President, Lem W. Bowen Secretary.
33. A. Leonard Incorporated May 29.
1884 Home office Detroit, Mich.
I. CAPITAL STOCK
Capital stock paid up in -k
caah $ 500,000.00
Amount of ledger assets,
December 31st, 1909 8,466,548.01
II. INCOME
Total premium receipts.... 2,568.565.95
Interest 148,868.85
Profit on sale or maturity
of ledger assets 5.468.42
Policy fees required...... 47,589.00
Total Income ....$2,770,491.72
III. DISBURSEMENTS
Net paid policy holders.... 1,052.965.48
Paid to stockholders, 60,000.00
Agents fees and commis
sions
Salaries and office expense
salaries and expense of
agents not on commis
sion
Decrease In book value of
ledger assets
All other tiems
Total disbursements
v!
.Of
.si
2»a.485*i]
6.620.84
t,S84.0|
806,700.88
DEDUCT ASSETS NOt ADMITTED
-Agents' balances and all
4,188.21
801iS«T.0)
other non-admitted as­
Total admitted aeaets. ...8
titABIUTIBS
Net amount of unpaid
losses and claims
Unearned premium......
7,686,81
6B «12.1I
Total amount of all lia
bilities except capital......
Capital actually paid Up In
cash
Surplus over all liabilities
Surplus as regards polloy
holders ..v
68,187.(1
00.000.0i
88.429.16
288,429.11
Total .1
RISKS AND PRBM
In force"5n the 81st d»f of
5,468.886."
December of jyavloUS
year 7i/|"i
Net amount in forte De-
Sember 81, 191$, deduct
ing re-lnaurance 8,1
BUSINESS IN SOUTH DAKO
8,884.809.8
TA FO
THE YEAn TSlF
Risks written \f. 479,688.01
Premiums received «..., 18,416.41
Expenses incurred .-.Tf.T,' 8.017.11
Srfffirpatr-.-'r. 8.876.6
Losses Incurred rrr 4,676.61
aw
,± _,UCOTA.
Department yt Ilisuranoe.
r,fl
Company's Certificate of Authorityjew
Whereas, The Middle-west Fire Inau".
ance Company, a corporation organlzM
mu^r of North Dakyta, h||
736,066.14
130,753.61
135,896.84
8,032.06
319,803.16
.$2,443,516.29
Balance $3,798,523.44
IV. LEDGER ASSETS
Book valuo of real estate. 1,050.00
Real estate mortgage loans 287,000.00
Bonds and stocks owned... 2.922,024,50
Cash In office and bsnks.. 18J.836.69
Premiums in course of
collection 402,112.25
ToUl $3,793,523.44
NON.LEDGER ASSETS
Interest due and accrued.. 29,910,58
Market value of assets
over book value......... 26,348.55
Total assets $8,849,782,57
Deduot assets not admlted 28,117.65
Total admitted assets.. .$3,821,634.72
V. LIABILITIES
Unpaid claims and ex
penses 696,915.08
Total unearned premiums.. 1,018,122.08
Sommissionsreserve
to agents.... 102.840.21
•ntiqgent 100,000.60
Other Items 81,418.93
Total amount of all lia
bilities except capital...$1,994.296.19
Capital paid up in cash... 600,000.80
Surplus over all liabilities.. 1,827,338.68
Total liabilities .$3,821,681.72
VI. PREMIUMS
Zn force at the date of pre
ceding statement 1,725,025.11
Written or renewed dur
ing year 8,128,808.25
Net in force December
81, 1910 2,016,569.81
BUSINE&3 IN SOUTH DAKOTA DUR­
ING 1910
Premiums received 5,564.50
Losses paid 2,141.55
Losses Incurred 2,141.65
Expenses incurred 2,173.83
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA.
Department of Insurance.
Company's Certificate of Authority.
Whereas, The Standard Accident In
surance Company, a corporation or
ganized under the laws of Michigan
has filed in this office a sworn state
ment exhibiting its condition and busi
ness for the year ending December
81, 1910, conformable to the Tequire
ments of the laws of this state regu
lating the business of insurance and.
Whereas. The said company has filed
in this office a duly certified copy of
Its charter, .with certificate of organ
isation, In compliance with the require
ments of the insurance law aforesaid.
Now, Therefore, I, O. S. Basford, Com- •,
missloner of Insurance of the State of
South Dakota, pursuant to the provi
sions of said law®, do hereby certify •.
that the above named company Is fully
empowered, through Its authorized
agents to transact Its appropriate bust
ness of Accident and wealth lnsuranoe
in this state, according to the laws
thereof, until the last day of February,
A. D. 1912.
In»Testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and official seal at
Pierre, this first day of Mareh A. D. ...
1911.
(Bettl) O. 5. BASFORD,
Commissioner of Insurance.
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