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IN THIS TIME OF SHORT CROPS AND HIGH COST OF LIVING You will be the loser if you haven't got the habit of going to Henry McKooTs for your groceries, meats, provisions, fruits, etc. We defy all competition when prices and quality are considered. Special This Week Grapes— 8 Baskets for $1.00 The East Side Grocery HENRY McKOOL Tell Them You Saw the Ad in the "NEWSi WHATHAPPENED 50 YEARS AGO TO DAY" S BRUSH UP ON VOUR HISTORY Those thrilling events which shook the naiion just fifty years ago are being told In an entertaining and instructive manner—Day by« Pay -just as they happened each day a haif century ago—exclusive ly In the St. Paul Dispatch —and- St. Paul Pioneer Press Either paper by mail—^ $0.00 par ytar or 35c ptr month without Sunday). $ 4 6 0 with Sunday). No citizen, young or old. should miss this great newspaper feature. It ie proving a wonderful help to public school teachers because of its'instructive and interesting character, and Is making a tremen dous hit al) over the Northwest. YOU WILL ENJOY IT! Along with many other strong features which make the St. Paul Dispatch and the St. Paul Pioneer Ptpss the best newspapers published in the northwest. Only 10 CENTS for a FOUNTAIN PEN Upon receipt of your trial subscription for one year for the Dally and Sunday, or Dally (without Sunday) St. Paul Dispatch, or St. Paul Pioneer Press, with 10 cents added to regular yearly rates, we will mall, postpaid, a high-grade 14-k gold Fountain Pen—a pen that will prove as serviceable to you as any pen on the market. DO IT TODAY—BEFORE YOU FORGET IT I A. pleasant and easy -way to Make Some MONEY! Thousands of people are doing this work profitably. For full particulars of VCPy liberal cash commissions, extra cash prizes, free saimples, etc., address Desk 90 SCRIBIVER'S MAGAZINE 15G Ave. New York City A p«olal offer open to those who write at onee. f||| Pioneer Resident Dies at Local Home J. P. Wagner, father of the Wagner Moilu-rs, Henry A., and John Michael, or this city died Wednesday about noon i' his home in this city. The dre^ased was a pioneer- resl in of Codington county, having re sided oi. a fj»rm with his family south nst the city for many years. He has bwn in poor health for several months and the cause of his death assigned as cancer of the stomach. He ur.d'Twent a surgical operation ai Uoohoster. .Minn., a oup1e of years His beloved wil'o died about a year .mo in this city. Ooroas.'d was ag«-d about sixty six vea rs. li will jiay you to read the Midw. (iro' ry ad. in this issue. There whero your money will do douli fluty. Weather Report by R. Q. Wood for News The follow ing \veatu WANT ADS. Wanted--15 I for general work. Phone Red 209. Salesmen Wanted—To look after our interest in Codington and adja cent counties. Salary or Commission. Address The Victor Oil Company, Cleveland, O. Hi-17 For Rent—A good six room Inquire of D. J. Kirwan tage. THE SATURDAY NEWS. WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAKOTA ,r report is fur- nishotl the Saturday News by Robert [u Wood which will be of interest to the readers of this paper: *ept Sopt. ilet. 1 Cm!. 2 Oft. Oct. 4 Oct. A verai. I'O High 73 71 53 51 56 Low 4" i: 4-"» cot 13tf For Sale or Trade—A large sized genuine buffalo coat in good repair. Inquire at North American Storage Co. 12tf Lost—At the Royal Theatre, a star shaped breast pin. Finder will please leave at the Saturday News offlce,12tf For Sale—A six cylinder automo bile in good repair. Inquire of John Sours, 721 First Ave. N. E. Phone green ICO. lltt For Rent—Furnished rooms, $6 per month and up. Mrs. Sarah E. De Graff, 306 W. Kemp Ave. Phone Main 254. Stf For Rent—Good seven room hous.j and barn at 125 Sixth St. northeast. Apply at Gilruth's Store. For sale—180 acre farm in southern Alberta, the land of big crops. This land is fenced and cross fenced.Forty acres have been broken, rest is raw land. Good house, barn, granary and well. Near to railroad and to school. Terms reasonable. For particulars call at Saturday News office. 8tt For Rent—Good house near east school has cistern and electric lights. J. E. Bird, Room 11, Goss Block. For Rent—Modern furnished rooms. Mrs. L. E. Brlckell, 225 S. Oak StlOtf For Sale-—The Taecker Jack, one of the largest and best Jacks in the state. Also 2 mares and 3 colts. Two of the colts are by AUerton and one by Dakota Sphinx. Will give time or trade for city property. Inquire of J. J. McMatb. I4tf For Sale—Large size Radiant Home heater with bake oven. This stove Is as good as sew ant) can be bougbt for $20. Inquire of John Elfring, 515 S. acres. Applicants for these homesteads mu&t register for this purpose some time between Oct. 2 and Oct. 21. Gre gory, Dallas and Rapid City, S. D., have been designated as registration points. The drawing will take place at Gregory, beginning at 10 A. M., Oct. 24. Winner, S. I)., the present termin us of the Chicago & North Western Railway's extension to the Rosebud Reservation, is located practically on ihe border of the reservation, and 21 miles west of Dallas and 26 miles west of Gregory. Those registering at Gregory or Dallas may 4 47 14 40 4: G1 59 01 Precipitation. or t. .41. Total .(4 Oct. 1. HALF A MILLION ACRES. Pine Ridge and Rosebud Indian Res ervations. Open to Settlement October 2-21, 1911. In itni:i«• til' 1 1 lion itb the opening •dge and Rosebud Indiat South Dakota, Oct. Tine fUservuiios t!• 21, inclusive, the Chicago & Xonh Western Uailway is making extensive prtparai ions to transport passengci to and from the registration point.-. The land subject to entry is located in Bennett and .Mellette Counties, S D., and will approximate 466,5fiJ a the trip to Winner at slight additional i• \pense, and thus make a personal inspection of the lands which an* to be opened for settlement. Loch! team and automobile service will be iurnished by local parties from Win ner, S. I)., to all points on the res ervation. The registration and draw ing for these lands will be on the ?anie general plan as \vas made use oi on former similar occasions. The lands have been classified and appraised bv the Government and a price of from 25c to $*5 per acre has been established, payment where n! is divided into annual installments covering a period of five years. The land is of the same general harai fer as adjoining lands now on the market at $25 to per acre. Practically all the cereals will grow and successfully ripen thruout this territory, the grains including barley, oats, rye, speltz, flax and corn. The huftalo and gramm?. grasses, famous lor their value to stock raisers grow i" re abundantly, and alfalfa, one of 'he best known fodders for live stock, i.e-rscs, etc., can be suecessfullv -•town. The water supply, elimale i11 general conditions are all fa w.raMe to the live stock industry. The c'.jmate is salubrious and health :u!. The summers are warm ami the r.iiihis cool and refieshing. The au 'umns an- noted for 'h«'ir bright, warm days, which last from October Herrmher. During the winter the Mjowt'all is light. The entire region well watered several large riv ami their tributaries, ami Govern if at reports show a generous rain ?a!l and favorable temperatures for 1 he growing season The lecai ion is a highh desirable being within easy reach of the teat markets of the west, including Omaha, Council Bluffs, Sioux City, hie.igo. St. Paul and .Minneapolis. The Line of -he Chicago & North anted—A number of 1'resh cows jor soon to be fresh. Will pay good price for same. A. G. Ellis, -111 Eighth St. S. E„ ii!ion« green house I'M 7 Totind -An outside casing for an automobile tire near Forest ville. Owner can recover same by calling at .lames McDowell's store on Midway and paying the charges for this ad.lot For Sale—Strictly modern room cottage five blocks from postofflce.All modern conveniences, nice lawn and trees. Enquire at News office Wanted—Girl to work while attending school, this office. for board Enquire at For Sale—Twenty shares of Build ing and Loan Stock. A good deal for any one having lots and desiring to build. Loan can be made at once to be paid in monthly installments. Enquire at News office. For Sale—160 acres of the finest land that ever laid out doors within 2 1-2 mies of Watertown. This is only a half an hour's ride with horse and buggy. One hundred acres broken, balance never been plowed. Every foot of this land can be culti vated, no rocks, no sand, but a deep black soil with a clay subsoil. No b'.'ildings, no fences—just as it was in territorial days. You can buy this land for $7,000. Enquire of E. M. Barker at the Saturday News office. House for Rent—On south Maple street. $12 per month. Inquire jf C. M. Krauz. ifitf Having rented my farm I have for sale a fine Shorthorn bull No. 337,628, two years old. Enquire at 1025 2nd. St. N. E. 16-17 For Rent^-Modern 10 room house, with garage and barn. One block from high school. Mrs. L. E. Brickell, 225 S. Oak street. Wanted—Good girl for general house work, small family. Call at Saturday News office, or Phone Red 209. For Sale—Twenty shares building and loan stock at a bargain. A loan could be made on these Bhares at once and paid in monthly payments. A snap for any one having a lot and who wants to build a home. Enquire at Saturday News office. $ Western has been constructed thru Die Rosebud lands that have been opened to the public use in the past and provides a direct route to all principal points. Approximately half a million acres ot this land are to be opened to the public, making this one of the largest Government openings in receut years, and it wiii be one of the last large tracts available. LOCAL MARKETS. Following are the local markets corrected up to Thursday noou: Wheat. 1, Durum sGe-sSc 2, Durum Whe I No. No. Cha N..i Y\ lica I Velvet No. 1, Oats Parley Flax Chickei Hogs Hard coal. Hard coal, Hockit va Me 3l»? •?C to vSSe ... $2.1:! So to 10c 6c to 7c Kggs ISc p,utter ISc to 23c Sugar, per w., $8.00 Potatoes Guc to 80c Cabbage 2c lb. nut $10.05 stove $9.80 $7.00 BRYAN IS NOT A CANDIDATE. Confirms His Retirement in Speech at Kansas City. K.itisas City. Oct. 4.—William J. Htyan to r,.nei sons uy president. pt-blican rely, I didate a bring th me." Mr. Hi people in an address at the Missouri Valley fair at Elec tric park that he was not a candidate for president of the Fnited States. •In iddi'intl 'O many other rea I should not run again for ne Republican president having used my platr inn in part and another Re presider.t having used it en mi afraid if 1 became a can :ain the Republicans would biri term charge against was optimistic for Demo •ess. eratic Wateno'Mi business College secures good posi'ions. Reduced rates now en. Write us. lti-li* BABY SCALDED TO DEATH. Pierre, S. D., Oct. 4.—Yida. the two year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. X. C. Green of Marietta. Stanley coun ty. met her death by falling backward into a pan of boiling water which the mother had placed upon the floor in her hous hold duties. The baby in playing about smmbled into the pan and was so badly scalded before she could be taken from the boiling bath that death resulted the following day. WILL OPEN A CANDY KITCHEN. A Fairbault, Minn., man by the name of Peter Amddros has leased the room in the Stokes' building near Yaux's livery barn, and will establish a home made candy kitchen. We sell at prices that would bank rupt some stores. John Moodie Dry Goods Co. THE RUSH IS NOT SO STRONG. There is not a heavy rush at the points of registration for the Rose bud land drawing, Chamberlain, Dal las and Gregory. The first to regis ter were residents of the registration neighborhoods and a few who came early on the scene and were waiting for the opening of the books. But there has been none of the oldtime excitement over a chance to buy cheap farms, although the Rosebud land is favorably located. WILL START A ROLLER RINK Geo. Dumond, manager of the Met ropolitan Theatre, is looking for a room large enough to start a roller skating rink for this winter. He thinks it will be a winner if he can get the right kind of a room. Hamburger, homemade, 12 1-2 cents per pound at the Midway Grocery. Veal Loaf, and it is fine, 12 1-2 cents at the Midway Grocery. SATURDAY NEWS LIST GROWING Eight new subscribers have added their names to our subscription list this week. These people came in voluntarily and without any solicita tion whatever. Our subscription list is growing every week and if it keeps on growing we will be compelled to install a faster newspaper press. Don't let us spend all of the profits on the paper sending you duns for your subscription to the Saturday News. Tou are a little shy of money —we know—and you have our sym pathy—but we muBt have mti» l|Lr Cut Your Coal Bill in Two--a Favorite Will Do It. How much cc-al do you use a win ter Most people that haven't a FAVOR ITE BASE BURNER use from five to seven tons of coal. People that have a FAVORITE BASE BURNER gen erally buy three tons and find their bins not empty in spring. Why? Because the FAVORITE EASE BURNER is the best base burn- aid Mr. Bryan, "is that er made. There are sixty years of [experience built into every FAVOR ITE BASE BURNER. Every defect has been worn away by time. It is the most perfect, the finest looking and longest lasting base burner— there is no other like it. Call and see us. Look the Favorite over. You will then understand why it is so much better than any other Base Burner. -l»iw"t -w- -y 1 WOODWARD! & SEARLES rrajsrajsaarsa" x-. je',9 Very Low Fares to California and Pacific Korthv.'c^i Th Cars on fast Rock lsiar.:i tra.... with dining cars, f.-m "!:icae ., St. Louis, Kansas City. On..:,: i, I) Moines, St. Paul, Miniit-a-.^U a many other points, to the P- :k CV .t a fortable berths with to .. •. ,,,. a standard Pullman h.!? ih'.- co..t. Choice of Errors "Southern**—via V.) 1 .i-.•, I ..-itr. 'r a S Colorado Rockies am! .r mv. September 15 to G*\o:.^r i,S. Rock Island Lines will soil '.pe ticket! to California at the Joi.ow rates $OCOO Iron City. 5». Ouaha, Coufi! *27 8 5 k"" $20^® CmUr Rf-tid* SOniS from accJM '31 75 from St. t'anJ *32®° Si. Uuu. aud Mempbu $3300 froi* Cbicifo Corresponding low rates from points. Similar low fares to Pacific Xortuw- t. Much Comfort—Little Cost jrou take "Rock Island Lines" fros* Devest point. l^t me tell 70a bow Inexpensive ly 7 0 a I eu make tk« trip. Wm. Mitchell,JAgent piece of money or It will be "Over the Hills to the Poor House" with us this winter. For Rent—The basement under Golden Eagle Clothing Store. Liarge room, heated, water and sewer con nections. Suitable for office or shop Ol some kind. Rents for $18 per month and can give lease for long period. Inquire at the Saturday NewB office. 1 16tt Our stock of fuel is complete. Le us know your wants for coal, wood, pine slabs, etc, Also feed of all kinds foir sale. Kampeska Mill. It will cost you no more to adver tise in a good paper than it does In a poor one and you will get better result^ for your money.