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Saturday news. (Watertown, S.D.) 19??-19??, July 25, 1912, Image 1

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$200,000,
FROM
GRAIN CROPS IN
iflRST CLASS
CONDITION:
UP®.
Millers oa
Conditio* of At Crop* i*
Sonth Dakot
OF NEW WEAL
Will Produce
oi
Nw Wealtk Erw^
the peldi Alcne.
E»per|p,jtor the South -Dakota and
Southwestern -Minnesota Miller*'
clubs, representing millers «%the tw
states, hay© .investigated $$&dltloni
ot the grain crop in South Dakota and
southwestern Minnesota and have Is
sued a report thereon, which, while
d&ering .somewhat from the govern
ment estimate,: 1B believed to be fuily
as accurate. C. A. Lum of Aberdeen,
ty secretary of the association, and
the ,report it issued from. his office,
haviugbeen preparedby Henry NeiU,
,who is an authority on this subject,
fi|j gives the following estimate of
eld per acre of oats, barley and
.t ia different «oui»ae«£-•'
soiitii cjikot*
Roberts 4to£f,
TW
Brown .v.*.. -.49
Edmuud# '.^'. .10" fcjSS
Deuel:' -.
Codington
Moody
Broojdjngft
Lake
Kingsbury'-''1'7.''
Spink
Faulk!
Potter'-1r.
sniiy
Miner ... Si
Suborn
McCook
Hanson Xtf**.)
Davfton
Buffalo s-^r
-i
«SE*
4"
16
13
17
7,
v..v3gL
i*~
16
15
tf
W'
Lyman
Ulnnehahft
Turner
^Lincoln
Hutchinson
Auipra
Taaktou
Charles Mix
Bon Homme
tgfS'a?
Pp Average
GJo. Moody Sells Out­
a
law to Wild West Show
•flat little bay horse that #im saw
•the £ow,btfystriding at the X01 Ranch
•Wild W«t Show Monday evening was
-formerly the property of Geo. ^Iqodyi
one of the successful farmers reild?
l»g near Florence. This horjw wa*
an 'Vrutlaw"—botUd nelth^r b^ ttA&m
p'
OT driveiv-and Mx- Moody bq14 hba,
to t^e 101 Ranch company, Where^hc
RAY CONST RUS3UON CO.,, J8
city
*Tr. Gray iays he ^111
the" large building about
moitfjL,( ,T1« co
boOl
trimmed
ttt.lWB
The
have
sow have ft* iJfc-tUf '«UWS0?$
'ViW$-SSSRl
500.000 tthalhel*
Oats, .ii,750,000 to 35 bushels
Barley,
25
vj
f.
bH^v^1®?
S5T35 J®£&
iSw
T^JPom»latlon, 675,000.
,OT fcrojjjr, v5fa'S'.'T-i|i j# rAi?'» «SM
Per oajjlta 'wealth
trim
women an&'rt>il ••.. ,-f?9¥sr, /X.
^crej^etl^irft fte v^of cMcktis, e^^cr
uvesfeck. T™ sA
fas BWIWWIii*
r-
1
*r*r '.-'J'
Lava^pij^ Gilruthj Vhjo opened th»1
new Package ^Orocery a abort tim*
ago, was anked by »''rtpoiW ftfr the
Saturday New* hoi^. he was pleased:
with the result of hi* advertising in
the Saturdpy'Neww. *alr. Gilruth' said
"01 courfe_Vou tSHlerstand that when
I' established thl£ Package Grocery I
nfiturally ^anted to reach the farmer
trac^ as timch As I could. I picked
out the Saturday ^ews as'having in»
largest cl^^h^a^g|Itte
ers wfco %%Jk territory ,of
"WWertowifc^r
medium outBide of a couple of thous
tr letters' and I anr sure
and circular
1
A«itotfi»^„
,ay 'N^W H^h
ers lavefcome into iny
store anff aald that th^r lad read my
ads In fh$ Saturday News iOd as they
Alt ^tending to"
houi^fer their
Trwould
lM.
I had
to offer in the'way^«ood^id prices
Jrivariabfy I hav« soJd a lsisc £111
groceries
Voh
these farmers. -I" show
ed th^n'. where I could do ^th
them a»SL*ive them a better
1'
gswdathaii.the catalogue
goods are«*U standard
th«s*&t in jo
a, ma&^.£vt>maiucta aee.yhathe'jo
she is #etttng before the^
?,assifes&:ap
talned with my, advertising In the
s.irasfsi&as
News does as you say, 'reach the heart
and the home of the people of this
county.' The only successful method
of doing business is to advertise reg
ularly, the enormous business done-by
the catalogue houses "Jtt du«t to' the
fact that they are great advertisers.
Once a concern that kind get» a
manis name on theiy^liat?tMy #^4on
tinually after his tt^de «id thfere Ul
no denying the fact those iouses, 40
pull hundred* of thousands of dollar*
out ot this Estate »tery y^at gro
ceries.
like to see the .color
of some catalogue' man's hair who1
casinWcrljell W 0«J tW.Cf0c9ty B.rop
ositloi^when you^comS 4o fljdd 'the
ftfeight will shortly Jcaue cata
logue giving the hrand and price ot.
^ver^ing in the standard llhe of gro
cecUi^and propo»&J»jmaUUW»«
«v«ryrman. ot family in
wn. to
hd
feather
crptfff attended the
of the 1£1
^3»e
in huridr&tt* Of!
tiona. ?!hf Bhow^w^fpod and, ajrery.
*+v
1
MS
«%$87,6ty
'W.
grain atod rpets^ for every nuu
Jlr a"
ZL2W
Sfe
»ws Vake
of Judicous Advertising
"l T
-'V
f*
of 7,000 and
and I anr
r&mlSk
^"WT„{.
ageinent of the show said they were
w^n satisfied with the atUmdance
Jt far exceeded their ttip&tetloUR.on
account of the threatening weather.
The large tent had a seating capacity
fairly
.i
jjesul^
dver-
The editor waa telfl^ Walter Tows-,
lee about his woudc^tol wheat the
other day and he said: ""That's noth
ing—1 waB just reading about a ttah
down In Kansas that hfte even got the
£ovjernmea|b beaten /jwlfen it comes
to growing -wheat'p iHe ha# dl»cov
ered a varfety'ol wheftt'that produce*
three heads On one stalk, two.h^ads
te «nd
on the stalk about the middle
1 the other in the top. The sovern
sent s'ttan. toKansa«to in-
smt*
toman Breaki Ankle
tkWUV^Gnmh
Sfins. R. B. Johitson, t3f thl« clty, met
t^itha serious accident at tie 101
tfench Wild West Show grounds last
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Johnson, ac
cbmpanled by several other women
were ..viewing the horses and cattle
on the' weet side of the largo tent
When, a coupile of the large T«*as
sheers became Mghtened at somo
tfting and started toward-thetn. The
women ran to get out of the way when
-j}trs. John«on trippelrand fell over. an
{stake and broke one W her an
ktes'in Wo places* A physician hap
pened toj^e at the show grounds and
«he was mnoved to nearby w«t
dj^ice, where, the fratime was tctn
fjj cared" (or until she could be
tts.««r hffl^ _/
leunlng oi th^jpipeldeBte the
manl^^r Af 'thB show *eidt-to tte
Mrs^#A««»tt her home and Save
her exvoue ot the
gfa^ fed? "would have^ had absolutely
d^y fceS
t&o«le$i
Keni
«y
somewhat of a fbeat fknn«r hlmnett
Ho discovered A, lone stem of whetf
to his front y^lhiB BMlng and haa
patched It grow-irom Iwanny, fbait
one kernel of wheat has dereloiped
until aow it has twelve lull stalks
atid -*4ch 8ta}JkMha» a tuHy develope*
head fllted,1- wlth j^heat clekr up tb,
the tip. T&e editor -0U Wfe?hfthkt
"wheat and'after It is ripe will, pick it
arid threes 4t in his mitt and count the
kernels" and let you JtBtwthti Vesult
later.
45
to the
mrn
J$a#r
got jomt of beiNJust
jfee the thief disappearing around' the
corner of the blcw:k wi® a sack on
t, Mr. MM6 is^toW loaded
andjke next tl^e he shows
up on an errand of th^kind will
^proceed to flll him Bo futi of cold, lead
that some tenderfoot ^1 locate the
carcass of the .cMckeal-tbW,''W5r.a
mbiera claim.
tore Farmers
Lose$8,000iii Elevator
s?gfe
*j?
the Warin'owl
atrt: Coiripany^ at» Sobth 'Shore,
company in
wiry ^&d fhape. The company Is
over *6jpoo ltfj debt with *2,400 asseu
besides the plant to offset the aame.
The^Soua Shore Republican, In re
"ponirig the meetlng,. «aid in part aa
IOMowb:^
A repreeentative of McCarthy Bros
—the company's largest creditoiVT
waA preseut at the meeting And offer
ed a solution of the problem. He of
ered'W take a 4.000-mortgage on the
elevator, plant and A Joint 'note for
thfe remainiag '|i,500 ^Indebtedness.
This would pay ail the company's debt
Mid leav& a surplus, to resume tins!'
net» agate.
/The idea of jfijgnln^ a note, how
ever, was distasteful 'to many stook
holders And other ways of raising tha
money were suggested, it waa sug
gested {that the J4.0QO la cash divl
deaiidsrpajd tn 19J0 and 1*11 be
recalled' and used in. liquidating
d^bt' tThe feasibiMty of this plan waa
dbubted., '.Ip. case, however, that ac
tion woufd be ^brought, by the com
pany creditors, it Is thought tiat
Wvvould be entitled t» recover thqso
dividends, which were paid out wfojStt
6 for the Me}4nt' atti totw xiuestion on such short nonce, to
Batur-
Stale Cap
ten
a cen
cottn-
3SrSS?£^?S
on.
neapolls, St Louis an
^ay jcomjpwy, *lfl»
and
sife-tei
MRI1
tin shop to the
Baldwin IfiS
r»t%isemia
"?Zi\
lad?
•frtotdprj
matter ot
fSM Iron
dafk% of
»*MSfadio
by 52,
ft. It
dis-
noor»
Jlh^naWloa^W
tlou' for closing
I Xhutt minds and
had (purchased
lete^.jaiad that1 the'
ti^nlWB» dag,*
lot: and burial had Id^Swo^- ma4e,.4^V'thi
*SSng place. H» d#»lred to,'haV«£n
Change g»nftji&
Ordiaance Ko.A9.Jxk, wgard to
"m was Jaid owr «nkli »^tt -wisij&jto,
s^c&nt ef giving:, i6^» Uw^ito-. to
•veetlgate the protests xoado.w V**
jainii the *y, &w ad
unUt^e«Sjr«dS3e''-^e»inB-
4
„vai,us *r'0m*
d«t of this $lty, dM)t At the home of
her daughter Utft.r AU» ^Ilnart, Sun
day afternoon, Tbi disceased Wg|, ij8
Mr«.r Vali^'father ^a» A cousin of
our martyred ^Hrfesidefft J£|^t)uu& I4n
coJB.
11
^Gnnny'^ Gralxiedby
|f Federal Authorities
Stout Falls, g. D„ My 2ilA-!'b.--An4r:
erson, alias "Watertown Gunny," and
Vrank ^llliams, the two min who re
cently voce arreeted by the pclice ol
Huron tor 'tho robbery of the post
OjBlce at Yale, near Hnron, have been
brouglrf^ toi Sioux-,jPatls and turned
ever to ,the United States authoritiea
Both men wish to epter pleas of guilty
a?-they wer^ '^'caught with thi goods
on tfyw,"- bui aa they, are chareod
rwtth'i
felony tWy^ catmot ^ormal^y
eater, such,pleas untjl Jn federal grand
jury conveqei and rkuras lmlictmenta
against thenfr' Not until S^tetober
will a grand }in^*c^ve^aad:|i«Bd
tsg th» disposal of' th0ir'.08«»,tli«^
3»a*e *sei\ m** in,,t|^fiannOhah^
men who"-.
7
•. '$ 5. •. V/rf '•.:•
"w*
Xf*
is&m*
il^^ "pt5
jft
^i-p' 'a5
n«t»w c*»ya
^hwr# W»'a34tj
^etriMliojN^
urn
a*'1»
byfbo
for tjSio
Wk
the
eas
safe at t?te, la^
1
it* -i'--.
-itft*?*-. JC ». ,.:
SrAiU-
Mii.
S f1 -V -V
foPsSI?™
con
5m
kyflp)
'yf
4
/,t^v
,,
nttoxja mi^ton vounds.
^^aother J^ng which VM
apainst
lase of
ahipme
trick iaftoNMye a mil ui
orlei Called "di*iiJ{nrA
Phe manner oSdo|a« thto
1
a igood^dMl in a najfle, of (?&"**•,
hy this ^ItatemenM. Ordinarily fes&rf, tj fS_
*™*1 *?2i,"rate*!Sw5'
m«aw "to A#
Dakota .fiS^ew,- "besides all On mt
IB"
'j?
tj
to the farm«» of thO ^»te, **id Srv^'t'
should realise {$* dlRWence Jn' refeelf 'J±S%
log twine" at thf loVrest po«sllle prio* |t %r45*®
at which It can be madO under th» sL 4^
most favorable cirenmataaces aad. be
ing at ti(e mercy of Jft» frtilrti ^tol t£"i
ibop vmtmtyid by 'jtScf sense 3n»t- ML
ice which ^nfejls the •tote'# ^ut^t f». -j
The anwunt cf grain to.he
this siaie mutt be something t#rr«te Vs*. I
*ben three mffiton pounds of twine :t

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