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I! THE SONG OF THE HOTPOINTER There's only one Iron, In this world for us We use it and use it Without any fuss. It Is clean, It Is neat, And it doesn't corrode And it doesn't use "stuff" That's apt to explode. Oh! it gives to the garment The gloss of pearl, For the shirt-waist man Or the shirt-waist girl. There are make-shift Irons With their "dope" and fust. But HOTPOINT Irons Are the irons for us. M. R. ALLEN Watertown, South Dakota Every one who has used wooden refrigerators knows what a nuisance It is to have the doors swell In wet weather, or have them shrink up In a dry season.. Either trouble Is well nigh intolerable. No such f^ef with a Crystal. Don't forget that It Is worth a great deal to get rid of all such troubles. FOR 8ALE BY Towslee & Towslee Chtrbbtd For Sale By .TAXLL & 00. Finds Cure for Epilepsy After Years of Suffering "My daughter waa afflicted with «pU.ptlc ttta for three y«ar«, the attacks eoalnv «r«ry tew weeks. We employed mvatal doctors but they did her no '-vif-V «oot About ft year ago we heard of Dr. Miles' Nervine, aad It oertalnly has proved a blessing- to our llttta *M. She la now apparently cured and en Joying the beat of health. It Is over a year sine* •lie has had a fit. We cannot apeak" too highly 7 D*i ltiW Nervine.1 UBS. FRANK ANDERSON, jga .". Oomftejv Minn. f^Hiou8»nd»\ of children in the! united Stat*i who are suffering from attacks of epilepsy are burden and sorrow to their parents, who would give anything to restore JitaHh to the sufferers. 1A Dr. Miles' Nervine Iff one of the best remedies known lor this affliction. It has proven bmeftcial in thousands of cases and those who have used it have tfce greatest faith ia it It is not "cufo-all," but a reliable remedy lor, ntfvouB diseases. You need »ot, hesitate to give it a trial. Sold by all Druggtct*. If tte first Sottla falls to beheflt your niitwy la. Artuiw* .MKOIOAU GO.. Clkhart, la* The dance given at M. Spiker's place Wednesday night wis well attended and all reported a good time. Messrs. F. B. Schurmann and F. Rami were Watertown passengers Thursday morning. J. G. Brown and daughter, Mls3 Maud, were Watertown visitors Fri day. The birn dance given by Adam Jench was well attended and a most enjoyable evening was spent. Miss Catharine Thyen made an overland trip to the city Friday. We had the pleasure to witness a very Interesting bill game Saturday afternoon. Waverly and the Troy kids played on the local diamond. They had to play eleven innings to decide the winners. The score was 7 to 8 In favor of the Troy gang. Mrs. Ernest Franklin and children went to Troy the latter part of the week with her folks, Mr. and Mr3. Diamond. Mr. Diamond brought thein back Sunday afternoon. Misses Ella Sheara, Ada Pum, Mrs. Mike Blerschled and Messrs. Frank Meyers, Mike Blerschled, Otto Rami Henry Ginsbach and John Ginsbach were Watertown passengers Saturday evening. Station Agent R. P. Hartranft was at Troy Sunday, spending the day with friends. M. H. Strtchertz and "family spent Sunday at the Adolf Devllle home. Henry Ginsbach left Monday for Belle Fourche, to spend several months with his brother. Carrie and Walter Schurmann left Tuesday morning for Big Sandy, Mon tana, to visit their brother William, who is employed as night operator for the Great $ort£env Railway at that place. Misses XeafylSchultz' knd ROBE Bu choltz and Jamee Schults from For eBtvlUe, visited at the Frank Schur mann home Sunday. Bert Brandrelt returned from Min neapolis Saturday evening. Nick C. Klein, who has been at tending the University of South Da kota at Vermillion, returned Monday morning. He was accompanied from Watertown by Miss Ruby Jellis. Miss Margaret Strlchertz Is work ing at the T. H. Brandrelt home thfis week. •S-K'' ?0£i w#** a-- HANTON IRet^bborboofc IFIcwe GRACELANO Everyone attending the dunce at Ira Dahl's Friday evening report a good time and large crowd. LIlHe Scott and Lynn si II have been spending :i few da.vp at the Er nest S hoonover home tills week. Glen Arkland and Lynn Hall were •Sunday afternoon visitors at the Al lien Pliijips home. .Most of the OracelaiHl people at tended the Decoration l) iv exercises at Henry Thursday sifternooii .Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Unison and baby, .Mrs. McKay ami Kva and Al- 'crests. bcrt si lid Alben Scott \v-nt to Water town I*"i-idsi" to tsilcc in the Symphony Orchestra concert. Delbert Minor spent Sunday under the parental roof. Kdna Smock wis a visitor at tha White home ill Oarden City Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Bert Siler and child ren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mra. I Wednesday Frnest Schoonover. Little Kva IJavis is staying with Ulanche Arkland this week. Miss Kittleson closed a very suc cessful term of school in Graceland Fridiy by giving a picnic In Jake Jor genson's grove. Everybody had a lot to eat and a fine time generally. Alden Plitpps. Oscar Adams and Sam Arkland spent several days last week fishing at Like Kampeska. We haven't heard what luck they had. Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Schoonover were Watertown visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hailev were guests al the home of their daughter, Mrs. Carl Lomis, Sunday. Tessie Lamm accompanied Lillie Hanson to the school picnic Friday, and also spent Friday evening with her. Mrs. Morris and little daughter, Marie, of Hunibolt, S. D., are visiting at Ihe Frank Smith homo Several from this place took In the play "Cupid it Vas3ar," given at Gar den City Monday night, by the Clark high school. WAVERLY Miss Carrie L. Schurmann finished a very successful term of school in District No. 18, Friday, May 31. & Nick Kaiser was & live city visitor Friday, Tom Hurkes and family were call ers at the home of Henry Breyer Sunday. John Ploo'f, who has been employed by F. S. BohlB for some time, resigned lfis portion aud departed tor the eastern part of .the state. JUL F. QeffKgn was aeeA In the vtcin ityMo»|ay.^. THE SATURDAY NEWS, WATERTOWN, S. U. .Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kranz are thft parents of a bouncing baby boy. All concerned are getting along nicely— •-specially Hank. C. J. Witt was business caller at the city Friday. F. S. liohls called at .Nick Schneider Sunday. F. E. Kreger finished a successful term of school in district. No. 12 May 31. J. II. Fox of Watertown, was seen in the neighborhood Wednesday. He was looking after some insurance In- L. Wespler spent Sunday with Al bert Hanten. The dance at Charley Schtnitz's was well attended and a good time was enjoyed by ill present. Nick Hurkes was a pleasant daller at the August Teash home Sunday. John Bohls was a live city shopper MAN COUGHS AND BREAKS RIBS. After a frightful coughing spell a man in N'eenah, Wis., felt terrible pains in his side and his doctor found two ribs had been broken What agony Dr. King's New Discovery would have saved him. A few teaspoonsful ends a late cough, while persistent use routs obstinate coughs, expels stub born colds or heals weak, sore lungs. '*1 feel sure its a Godsend to human ity," writes Mrs. Effie Marton. Colum bia, Mo., "for I believe I would have consumpton today if 1 had not used this great remedy." Its guaranteed to satisfy, and you can get a free trlil bottle or 50-cent or $l.mi size at at druggists. 52-2 A Busy^Session Continued from Page 1. the same lines. iohn Conley 25.00 hos. H. Davis 1QQ.0Q 1 G, McFari»-U(j 83.33 r":ed W. Schreiber 97.31 Tom Nicholson 50.00 i: P. Jones SO.00 Miles H. Maojpeace 60.4S S. Craig 60.43 K. H. Decker 55.48 'A"m. McLaughlin 60.4S I. Gustro 52.40 lames Walters 52.40 Frank Bennett 80.00 1M Werth '. 50.00 W. Zweig 4.00 A. Hocknian 3.75 J. Opheirn 3.7."» J. Baliou 3.75 LaDou 5.00 i.is. McDunn 3.75 i: P. Jones Mrs. P. G. Schmidt Miss Helen Horswill A. Moore hn Moodie Dry Goods Co. Mike Burns the fine is to be not less than $5 or! more than $25. The same was given as soon as his stock arrives will open Its final reading and passed Bonds to be Re-Advertised Resolution X6, which ordered the refusal of the sale of certain sewer bonds to a certain concern that bid for them, owing to tlie bidders not conforming with certain requirements was ordered, and the auditor Instruct ed to advertise the sale of the same in two issues of the official paper, the amount being |11,000, 20-year bonus at 5 per cent, the interest payable semi-annually, July 1 and January 1. The resolution was adopted. New Sidewalks to be Laid. Commissioner Bush moved that a cement sidewalk be laid on the north side of First avenue north from tho Case building to Sixth street. This would be along the Northwestern de pot property and thence east. Other sidewalks were discussed. To Close Street In Flat Iron Park A petition signed by C. C. Record and others, was read, asking that the Btreet running through Plat Iron park be closed up. The matter waa referred to the city attorney who read the law to the council and instructed them as to what method of procedure to take to close up the street legally. The law requires that a notice be published in an official paper four suc cessive weeks, and notice served on those who own property adjoining.' The property holders objecting to the same can then proceed according to law, to have the same kept open. As the only adjoining property owner was a signer to the petition there would be no trouble experienced, and it would only be necessary to take the matter through the regular legal procedure as required by law. Mr. Snyder moved that the same be forth with done "legally" aB he stated that he knew of a case where the city had to spend $1,000 In defending itself and he did not want any of It In this case. The following bills were allowed: Geo. Luck fT.•rrU'.*• -I 6.00 9.00 2.80 :SSM 2.6S 687M 2.6 ft John Cordell J. A. Snyder Farmers Elevitor Co. ...... Estate of E. M. Pope ...... Watertown Light and P. Co. Watertown Light and P. Co. Frank Bennett ... a 100.60 Stover Construction Co. .. 1075.91 The commission then adjourned.^ The following are the bills allowed and ordered paid tit the meeting ft 'May 27: If Mayor .. $22,91 C. K. Stlyder, commissioner ..- 82.91 F, A. Countryman, commissioner 22.91 & H. Whooley, commissioner "22.91 P. G. Bueh, commissioner 3891 5.00 28.72 25.98 12.06 4.34 36.75 Lister 19.25 W. L. Mutchler 6.50 J. Dufloth 19.25 I'M. McAleer 15.75 S W Woodward 5.25 J. Baliou 77.00 Hcorge Crozier 7.00 lied Middleton 16.63 IM McAleer 3.50 It is now well known that not more han one case of rheumatism in ten requires any internal treatment what ever. All that, is needed is a free ap plication of Chamberlain's Liniment and massaging the parts at each ap plication. Try it and see how quickly it will relieve the pain and soreness. Sold by all dealers 51-2 Messrs. E. Hayward, Wm. Bark !'••. and John Jennette. all of Garden ii'ity, came to Watertown in the for licrs auto Wednesday. Mr. Hayward :iiil he cime down to tsike csire of Mr. '.arkley, and Mr. Barkley claimed ae wis here on a like mission for the None asked that the. safety of Mr. Hayward. However Mr. license be made unreasonable, but .1, nnette was sent down to take care equitable. After some further discus-' ci both the above named gentlemen, sioii the matter was again laid on the They were accompanied by F. E. Gib table for further information. #wi. a former Garden City resident, but Posting Bills on Poles, miw located at Flagler, Colo., who is Oidinance A6 was taken up, which1 visiting at the old home town, provides against the posting of bills s. Taube has leased the store in the and tacking of signs, cards, etc., on Ooss block, south of the rooms occu telephone and telegraph poles. In! pied by E. E. Cooper as a furniture case of arrest and being found guilty store. Mr. Taube is having the inter ior fixed up and shelving put in, and up the "Bargain Store," the stock consisting of medium priced clothing, shoes, dishes, and other wares usually to be found at a store bearing the above name. Mr. Taube Is an old resident of Watertown, having lived here the past sixteen years. A year ago he opened up a store outside of the city, but owing to the poor crops closed the same and has decided to go into business as above mentioned. The police have had their instruc tions, and they are carrying out the trafllc ordinance. Another arrest was made Monday, and a young man who had been repeatedly warned to drive on the right side of the street was hauled up before Judge Myers and drew a package marked $10. He paid. It is aasy to drive on the right side of the street once you get the habit, remarked one of the police, and we might as well keep at it Take it for instance during the conventions there were some very close calls of people who were driving horses or autos, colliding, in making turns, but nothing serious happened. If all will turn in and help, it won't be long until It will be easy for all. Watertown boys and girls are just like all other boys and girls, and like to coast on the cement walks. Its fine sport. The News would suggest that parents read the following to their children, which was taken from the Clear Lake Courier: When your child has whooping cough be careful to keep the cough loose and expecoraiton easy by giving Chamber lain's Cough Remedy as may be re quired. This remedy will also liquify the tough mucus and make it easier to expectorate. It has been used sucr. ceesfully In many epidemics and Is safe and sure. For sale by all dealers. 51-2 "Little Russel Wright caane near meeting with a fatal accident last Monday. He was coasting djawn hill: on the cement walk from his home to Wm. Palmer's corner t& his little wagon. The hill is quite steep and the wagon attained qnite a velocity to the delight of Rsssell, but at the crossing of Mahx street, Mr. Miller was driving his team and the boy shot under the homes and wagon be fore anyine knew just what was hap pening. Bystanders who saw tfce boy go under the hones expected to see Russell killed or severely injured,' and were- happily disappointed to see him pick up his wagon and scamper for home with only a few scratches. Mr. Miller was the worst scared man ever, and ,was pale as a sheet when he reached his home ne&r the fair grounds." ••••j"" uS W W. D. Warmouth and A. L. Som mers of Madison, S. D., representing the Mead Publishing Co., of that citjf were in town last week for the pur pose of getting data of the various roads in this section to compile an auto book for the state of South Da kota. This book will give Peever a very prominent place on the automo bile roads as it will show us on the east and west rout from the twin cities to Aberdeen by the way of Brown's Valley thru to west, south to Pickerel lake, then to Wrebster and Aberdeen, and also on the Meridian road from Watertown north. This gives Peever a prominent place with the traveling public inasuch as we have onme of the best hotels in this section of the country and a good auto garage. Keep your eye an Peev er and watch it grow.—Peever Pilot. Hair switches made from combings. Mrs. E. M. Barker, 701 S. Maple St. Phone blue 512. tf MOVE ON NOW! says a policeman to a street crowd, and whacks heads if it don't. "Move on now." says the big, harsh mineral pills to bowel congestion and suffering follows. Dr. King's New Life Pills do not buldoze the bowels. They gently persuade them to right action, and health follows. 25c at all druggists. 52-2 STORE AT NORDEN SOLD Arthur Arvidson of Norden, who has conducted a store at that place for some time past, recently sold the same to a man by the name of C. A. Baker, of Verdi, Minn. The transfer will be made as soon as the stock is invoiced. Old switches made over in the most modern style. Mrs. 0. M. Barker, 701 S. Maple street, phone blue 5±2. Hair switches made from combings. Mrs. E. M. Barker, 701 S. Maple St. Phone blue 512. tf MAKES THE NATION GASP The awful list of injuries on a Fourth of July staggers humanity. Set over against it, however, is the wonderful healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve, o£ thousands, who suffered from burns cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explo sions.Its the quick heaTer of boils, ul cers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 25c at all druggists. 52-2 For Rent—Two Ave room cottages, close iff. $10 per month each. Also good rooming house' next to the Scan dinavian' Hotel. Inquire1 of S. Bellattt at the store. 50-51* CHICHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND LADIES I M1:7.°^SrZ*si't BRnND for GOLD CHI-CHES TER'S "Lt-S in RKD and in krd metallic bozea, sealed with BL_ Ribbon. TAKE BO OTHH. Bar of T__ "k for OHI-CHES-TCR DIAMOND BIHML'P^LLSTFOR T"N%-ARO Best.Safest, Always fears regarded as KReliable. euaD» SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE if •rfi •«*«)$?. Lady Baltimore Cake J.*' v-' The Moat Popular Cake This Season By Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill, Editor of the Boston Cooking School Magazine This is considered by many cooking authorities the finest cake that can be made, though in reality it is not at all difficult. Lady Baltimore Cake 1 One cup butter 2 cups granulated sugar 1 cup milk 1 teaspoon/ul rose water 3]i cups flour 3 level teaspoon fuls Baking Powder whites of 6 eggs, beaten dry. Cream the butter and beat in the sugar gradually. Sift together, three times, the flour and baking powder, and add to the butter and sugar, alternately with the milk and rose water. Lastly, add the egg whites. Bake in three-layer cake pans. Put the layers together with the following frosting. Note—The cake ia a large one and sells at Wouieu's Exchanges for $1.50. 32 Frosting for Lady Baltimore Cab* Three cups granulated sugar tap botiin# ivater whites of eggs I cup chopped raisins I iup chopped nut-meats 5 Jigs cut in thin Slices. Stir the sugar and water unitil the sasrar is dissolved, then let boil without stiffing until the syrup from a »poott will spin a long thread pour upon the white# of the eggs, beaten dry, beaftflgr constantly meanwhile. Continue the? beating Until the frosting is cold add the fruit and spread upon the cake. The Cook's Book contains ninety jus' such delicious recipes.—bread, lirtffins. caker and pastry. Yoa can secure ooyy\free by s-jne ng the certificate packed in every 25-cent cat of K. Baking P6*rder to the JaqitbSMfg. Co., Chicago. Small' caua do not contain Cook's Book certificates. Save Money O AVE money by avoiding binder troubles. Cheap twine causes extra labor through snarls, breaks and knots, besides delays and breakdowns that are expensive in rush season. Avoid them by using reliable twine. PLYMOUTH Binder Twine save& in labor, alone, the difference in price. It is famous (or iL» smooth, even quality. Ties properly. Runs freely to the last of the balL Prevents delays and extra re-tying work. For proof* ask the men who use it The Sheaf of-Wheat tag on the ball guarantees the best in Binder Twine. Stop in and ask about it. We can show you how to save money on your twine. LEE BROTHERS Watertown, wMdh is so pronounced in Bktz products occasions increasing, favorable comment It: so thoroughly—and yet so good that beer lovers* ^*ywhere express a d^cided JKgtaR*6 Blatzf?^ msatz FARL, LANGDAHL & CO*H Distributer* J10 N. Oak St., Watertown, S. D. S. D. 9"