Wlllard Ross has sold one of his
cottages on south Ook Street.
Tlie state fair will be held this year
from September 9 to 13 Inclusive.
Mrs. John Gulllck, of this city, vis
ited friends in Brookings last week.
H. King, of South Shore, was a
Watertown visitor Monday.
Kenneth Blodgett has resumed his
position with the Quality, Flour and
Mrs. C. Hazener is here from Can
's ad a visiting at the home of her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Parley, Higglns.
Mrs. William Luck has commence
the eroctiou of a modem residence on
s" the north side.
Mr. and Mrs. James Shields, of
Wisconsin, are in the city, visiting
iy. at the home of Mrs. Katharine Shields
Mrs. A Johnson of Clark, was
the city Monday, visiting friends and
attending the circus,
i\ Two large buffalo in the Philip pas
tut® near Pierre were killed ly light
ning one day last Week.
Fred Pehrson has accepted a posi
tion at Woodward's Smoke House bar
Editor J. Pratt, of Elkton, was in
the city Saturday, visiting his aon,
Jesse Pratt, of the Park & Grant Mer
Dr. Sigurd Ohtness, of Chicago, is
In the city spending a couple of weeks
at the parental home. Dr. Ohtness
practices dentistry In Chicago.
D. F. Solberg, one of the Saturday
News force, is taking a little vacation,
and Is visiting with his father at
Pierre for a couple of weeks.
Mf. and Mrs. Peter Lombom are the
"proud parents of a 10 pound boy which
li arrived at their home in (his city one
day last week,
Attend the Watertowa Business Col
lege now in session. Nice, light, airy
&ad cool room In new location la the
Grand Opera House block. 6
•Miss Stevenson, a stenographer in
tie gtat? enelneer's^office. ia cajttB
Ing with, Clark Mendf4ft^Lake,Kam
Frank Vaux has returned from his
vacation, spent in the western part
of the country, While* away lie at
tended IheElks convention at Port
SKoraa, who has had his head
quarters. In this city for some time,
moveft to another point, and his place
•::taice»^bjP Lieut Titus, of Butte/ Mont.
A neirfbaok will be started in Gar
den jjlfif, Clark county the coming
fait |J. js Hayward of Garden City
ia i'nw jjfliiclpal stockholder, Fred
Zandey o£ Clark will be the cashier.
Mr ii$l Mrs. F. f.1 Statz are the
prondf-pa^enta of a bourtcingbaBy boy
which arrived at their home last Fri
day eroding Mr. Stats is employed
•at the,city Home.
M!s| Nora Skinner, Wto tis^B&^l
the fclfy |or several vffilting at
it) INCLUDE WITH THE
lOTHER GOOB T?HINQ$.rr!«l
YOU PACK IN YOUR
GRE Af Lr a6i
WflhrnwIfSii A. VMUW,
the home of her sister, Mrs, R. F.
Thornrts, has returned to her home in
Trees ajid shrubbery of all kinds
have made a wonderful growth this
season. It pays to plant trees and
those who did so a few years ago ara
now enjoying the benefits of them.
Lawrence Giiruth is certainly doing
a great business with his new Pack
age Grocery. He sold over two tons
of sugar last Saturday. That is going
some ia one day.
Max Halght. who resides on a farm
east of Watertown was iu the city
Monday. Mr! Haight says crops are
looking splendid out his way and that
the recent rains are a fine thing for
the late sown grain and flax.
Harold Schull, of Moose Jaw, Can
ada, is in the city visiting relatives
and friends. Mr. Schull is engaged as
corporation lawyer for a large lumber
concern iu that country.
P. F. Allen and daughter of Chilli
cot he, Mo., have been visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Reynolds
southeast of the city. Mr. Allen Is
a brother of Mrs. Reynolds.
Anton Mane, of Thomas, has accept
ed the position as manager of the
Waverly Farmers' Elevator. Mr.
Marx has had considerable experience
in the grain buying business and will
make a good man for the place.
Mr. ana Mrs. Fred Raschke are
rejoicing over the arrival of a bright
little baby daughter, which came to
gladden their home last Thursday
Ben M. Wenslng and wife have re
turned from Iowa where they have
been for several months. Mr. Wen
sing says crops are splendid in Iowa
but he likes South Dakota the best.
Bill Tiffany and Maurice Christnacht
were up before Judge Myers in the
municipal court Saturday charged
with attempting to change the maps
on each others faces. The boys were
assessed five bones for disturbing the
peace and dignity of the city.
Mr and Mrs. C. D. McClellan, of
Clark, are the proud parents of a
bright little baby girl, which was bora
to them at Maternity Hospital In this
city last Friday. Mr. McClellan Is
engaged in the farm implement busi
ness at Clark.
Out at Wall the saloon men, in or
der to get enough signers on their
saloon petitions,, bought a cheap lot
and deeded it to seven men. The pe
tition was contested In the courts,
and Judge McGee has ruled that the
seven men are freeholders under, the
Mrs. Boyce, wife of Rev. O El Boyee,
of this- city, underwent an operation
at the Bartron -hospital the first
the week' The l^dy has &eea ailing
for years and it to hoped her healta
will cQptiaue to Improve from
e-The:' contraetteg firm Of Twlnde ife
Walters are, building a stone foundk
tloh lot at). aSditloft to' tK^'*Wm
block on 'East Kemp avenue. The
"Rev! t. C. Beatty is taking Ms va-
gg^^4*e» liW'MtttJes *t 'th^ "PrtnMy
church. -It expected tha^ibe fol-
jilg aiSw Ispbtoy iS®»ool ^510
m., aA^.1 a. nt41^nd
to harvest and considerable harvest'
iag of these crops will be done this
The oat orop le one of £he
heaviest evef grown in this country
'Jalt? Rite, ofce of the solid farmers
^fio^esides north otWatertown. %hen
asked atyotit the condition of the orops
"Taken as a
w^ole^crops^are better this year than'
tfism befoi*^' atr. Kits
en Eagle Clothing Store in this city,
is residing on We farm with his fam
ily this summer. Mr. Nelson says be
enjoys farm life very much and takes
great interest in directing the work
on his farm. His farm is aboat, eleven
miles northwest of the city and he
comes to town every day to look after
the business in his store.
Attorney'J. B. Hanten has tommen-1
ced the erection of a large modern
residence on East Kemp avenue, just!
Henry's handsome home. J. B. Hail
ten's new home will be a large two
story house with a full basement built
of pressed brick and will be strictly
modern in every detail. It will con-!
tain about fourteen rooms. It will be
one of the largest and finest residen
ces in the city when completed.
Thos. Sweet, one of the solid pio
neer fanners residing about seven
miles south of Watertown was in the
city the other day and while in con
versation with the Saturday News
man, said when asked regarding his
crops: "I have absolutely no kick
coming oh the appearance of my crop
prospect this year. I have been
this country a long time and I must
say that I never saw crops look more
promising. If nothing happens be
tween now and harvest, old South Da
kota will certainly pull off a bumper
While in conversation with Parley
Higglns the other day, Mr. Higglns
said: "I have lived in this country
about as long as any other white man
and I travel all over a large amount
of territory with my team for the
Dakota Central Telephone- Company
and I will say that In my opinion the
Wheat crop In Codington county will
average abotit fifteen bushels to the
acrei- Of course, there are a good
many fleld,s that will go as &igh da
twenty-five bushels to the acre aiid
again there are other fields that will
not make over.eight or ten bushels
under the most favorable conditions.
Taken as a whole, the crop outlook
In South Dakota.,|s' very encouraging
hls season."^ *,
B. B. Reynodlds, one of the progres
sive farmers residing about seven
miles asoutheast of Watertown was in
the city the other day and while. in
conversation with the edito/r of the
Saturday News eaidy^'Thls has been
bad week for h%^lag and titere is
lqt *t it down, too, but I think the
4-eather will clear up noV and we
pan go at the hayltfg ia earnest. My
crop is very good this yeaiV but as a
rule the crops throughout the state
are not as large a's some people es-
B^^^S^^Umate them Qf conrse, tills is only
one_story^hi|h oplnlopi ai)«4 threshing ma-
S "-wtiWlfet mp ceatt. The exoaae
is ^ven-thaK^ stock
»roducl, Is upittlmaity imall, ^rhicit this
THE SATURDAY NKW8. WATEKTOWN, 8. P.
Hon. A. C. Burnstad, of Florence,
was a Watertown visitor Monday. Mr.
Burnstad came down to take in the
big wild west show and shake hinds
with his many friends in this city.
When asked by a reporter for the Sat
urday Xews what the crop outlook
was in his part of the county, he said:
"If nothing happens for a couple of
weeks it will be a bumper crop. I:
never saw crops of all kinds look
Auditor T. H. Davis and Sherift
Frank Elkins entered the lions' den
at the carnival as per schedule last
Fridiy evening. Mr. Elkins sat. on
the lton but Mr. Davis was too tender
hearted to get onto the lion's back—
didn't want to burden the beast with
his weight—doncher know. However,
the boys are all right and displayed
more sand than a pound of Climax
cttine~ will tell the true story this fall.
I bppe the most sanguine expectations
of lhe optimist wlll be reallxed"
^blCE OF A
1* ^oo Important .a'matter for a wo
matt to be handicapped by weakness,
b&4 blood or foul breath. Avoid these
kilUhqpes by taklag t)r. King's Life
Pills. ^(eW strength, fine complexion
i.breath, cheerful spirits—things
win men, follow their use. Easy'
26c .flji-all .druggists. _3 6
im iMfi- m.
We are showing
a big line of
boy 's shirts and
waists all sizes
in black, white
and fancy colors
For Sale—Farm,120 acres. Sec, 33,
twp. J.17, -Range 51. Mrs. Catharine
Kranz, Hastings, Minn.
^^:ftent—-Dne of my dtnrnished cot
tages5 at?'Yahota. hood, well, alee:
shades trees and finest 'beach on the
Sale-*A good cowboy* saddle
,6osfd auto ftt good repair outside «f
Jthe|tir»a. Mitt take a^cc^t'fcr itk |t^
Men's hose, a big line
to pick from, at only
Only 10 cents,
Wanted—Linotype composition to
do fior outside printers. High grade
work, reasonable rates and prompt
shiptnent of metal. .News Publishing
Go^. Watertown, S. D. 6tf
Hiads, pt^one green 11.
For Sato—A good high grade*rubber
tired runabout. Latest style and in
good shape. Cost $110. cash, will sell
it ifftaken at once for 130.00. Inquire
of fit. A. Wagner at the Watertowa
Carbonating Company. 5tf
Buy your groceries it wholesale
prices at Gllrutb's Package Grocery.
Rent—A good six room cottage,
two^hlocko from high school -This
coram: is la good repair and has elec
tricjlglits, city gas, city water," sewer
anp%loset. This property can oe
rent^: to the right kind of -people for
the f^iall sum of $10 per month. Phoite
red |?1. 3, H, Elfring, 619 S. Maple
stre#,"' fo.t,^K tf
you married man who 1* used to
^fHffc%nd Willing to WorK
^sitlpn, ta^alilttoWn^n whole
%ale JpiBe,"SiftoBj«»se or any ,jpij« 0
wheiB'^thi sc^rleee oi a tpjte? 9]»dln
yWing^ map iyiu, be appre-
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
FOR DISTRIBUTION OF
State of South Dakota, County of
la County Court*
In the matter of the estate of Frank
B. Owsley, decease^
-The state of South Dakota, sendo
greeting to Carrie A. Owsley, Martha
G. Owsley, Claire Owsley and Clyde'
Owsley,. heirs at law aad next of kla
Owsley-bas filed -with the Judge of thir
Court a verifier petition lit %tttlng
setting fd'rti t£at said ilec^asld
Addition 'to Watertown, So." bak.,' real
ptopehy which he alleges to be jvholly
exempt from -execution^ attachmBnt or
other mesne process, and pYayihg t$af
said estate be distributed 'among th^
heirs at law «nd. next of kin of 4aid
deceased, without the regular admin
istration thereof as provided, hy the
Prcibato Code and Monday, the
23th day «f 1912, ^10* o'clock a.
m, of said d'air, ag a day of a Vpec
ial term of ,.thl» Court, at the Court
Room of salld 'CouJ^jat Wgtej^o^a tn
tlw^JWiintX^of Codington, hasbeenap
polnted agtfe tlnj^ and plac^ for Jeaij.
tag said petition, when'and where any
Del Martin caugh£Ja~ff% pound pike
at XiSke Kampeska the other day. Del
can ca^ch 'em if anybody can—he's
strong on the "nook. How would you
like to Insert your fangs into a fish
Men's .ffeckwear, all«
styles, 50c neckties
Only 25 cents
:Mr. and Mrs. Roy Urlch returned
to, Watertowa Tuesday, where thdy
Will in the future make their home.
Mr, TXrich is an accomplished music
ian and his services will be appreciat
ed by the Fourth Regt. Band.''
RESOLUTION NO. X10.
(Introduced by Commissioner Snydet")*
Be it Resolvied by the Bdard of ^Cftm!-.
missloaers of tha-. Clty of Waterton^'
South Dakota^. ''.
Whereas, It ia deemed necessary'
aji'. dexpedient to 'srejpare ^for pjtirlng'
certain streets ted aVetiues wlthin
sald City of Watertown!, as follows:'
First Avenue North, frbm the Weati
line of First Street West to, the £ast
line of Second Street East
Kemp Avenue South, from the West
line of Fourth, Street West to. the East
line Sixth Street Bast
nereDy given taat (Jlyde, First Avenae South, from the West
line of First Street West to the -Bast
of Second Street East,'
id Avefme South-from the West
oak street to Ithe'^srast llne^ ii,
sixty (60) in Second^Railway oi Mests Street* Z'Wfl'-*' ,• WsB-
Wesi, from the North
line ti -First Avenue North to ',|he.
South line of First Avenue Souths
Oak Strjset, from line on ufltefi)
Sfcreet drawh between-, the South
Botcaaarj? of ^lat lroti Park atfd-Hhe'.„,
South ^rindary 6f Thirdp'
Stiliwaf.'Addition, ifc th¥,|jB(i§i( liner-''
of Seconif Avisiiue SoUtlir
Maple Street fifom a' llna.on
~Stre"et drawn between' ,r the! South
bwjndary o? Block 8i, Third Raihi^J^|
Addition And the South" boundary of|
Blocjc 79, Third-«4i*gV Addltlrt!g-to|
t^e?^N(irth lln^^ First Avenn^ North,f
oa^&r tb dm
TK^FalliGpfed^i^CSiliil andweNeedthe RooW
line of Second Aten^South,
[ular 10c values at
nly 3 cent#
pany .'a corporation, and there are in'
some of said streets and avenues cer
tain ga» mains belonging to the Water
ji-* town Company, a corporation, cep,
tain" ot^which. water and gas mains
to'bf rebuilt, and certain other'
stroetfcyihd avenues in which ^ere
^ttaxe nssfv^ter or gas mains.
And^#tonq& it is deemed neces
sary th^' such| poles belonging ^to.,
said DaJmta'Central Telephone Com4
pany sd^sald WatertoW Light anl
mpany and overhead wir?s
I^On sali-streets- and: avenues belonging
^to said "Companies and each of them
jffco lie wnnved and ptaced junder,
^'groundp® conduits under tile Jiiufeer
vision tiffiibe City Engineer, for the
purpose qt preparing said streets and
Avenue^ for paying and It is neces^
sary tl&t^iiy and all n4w water and
gas myitis or repairs on,, water and
fas ma&t01n said streets" and ivenqes
be mai(f)^»fore the 1st day of Decem-
7 .- a
sald Dakota Central Tel
pany, and the said Waters
had Power Company-and
im?ate hereby ordered, dl
demanded to' remove all
Overhead wires'strung upon
d:streets and: avenues, to-
.ne Korth^ from the JVest
Street West'to the East
•nd Street East
nue, from the'West line
South, &tot the West
street ,^e^ to thwEaWf
Second Street East,
gsj. Secoh4-4venue.,South 'vat3m the
Wsst line of Oak Street tOf the.East
Tine -of Maple Street 'r
Fiijrt Street West from the North
line of First Avenue North" to the
South line of First Avenue south,
Oak Street fro'nft line'on. such
Street drawn between jhe SouQi.
botwdary of Flat Iron. Virtt and *the*
South" boundary of Block 81, Third
'RAllway-Addition,'to the South^ne
ofc Second Avenue South, '•. j,.
Maple Stxeet, ^from a'Uneofr-sftoSi
StteetJ "QraVfn fietwen ~«tfie South
boundary of floqk M, Third-Railway
Addition and the South Boundary of:
Btock 79, Third Railway. Addltloia,'tO
the North lkerp| p«t AyenM
r^eC firom the South line
of First Avenue North to the^Sputh
line Of Second Avenue South,
^Second street -East, from the-horth
line of^ First Avenue North to. the
South line tf First Avenue South on
or before the ,1st day. of Decej^ier,
A.'J0,1912 and that the said Water
town Water. Company and the Water
town Gas "Company tje, and they are
hereby xirb$$, directed notified: and
demanded ts. fristal aqd Qons^nqt any,
%nd all n&fa water and gafi
sizes, double heel and toes,
reipitirfr'" onliw|leiI'i^^i»^Sa^a, :in
'said: streets' and avenues on or' be
fore thef^lst day -of October, A, -P.
„fThat taotlce'ic^. th^^tssing
Ontfe In each wigikJMlffft period of
TeleftjM^ft-Comiutny, Watertown W*4^
ter (§tnipa^y, "sifatertbw^f' CrW, Co *Xj"
W, D. Morris, plaintiff, vs. Fred^ck
W. Elfring, also known as Fredqrich
W. Blfring WlUiant ,F- Elfrlag j0
seph Elfring ClM^lljr-filfrijig Annie
"M. Wolcott former^' Annie M.
ring, forpariy sometimes kttown as
Anna Malfgaretha Elfriugi, John B.
Kanten, as admlnlBtratbr with the Will
annexed of the estate of WJIllam ^llf
ring, deceased Ira Wolcott Aed
Wolcott «eo.rge WolcOtt Ed. Werth,
William Werth^ antl- Arthur Werth,
the heirs at faw^of Miry Werth for
merly sometimes knoWn as Mary Nu-
ber, nee Mary EUrlng,, deceaaed
na Bet?, nee Elfrinjr, Frank-'Miller,
and Charles Millet, the heirs at- law
of Ajina Miller, nee Blfrtog, deceased
John a. Blitlng Qeoi«e B. El&liigi
State of South Dakota :to the above
named defendants, Greeting:
Tu, and each of ypU, are/herej)y,
summoned'-^and t^quired'' to aniWer
the complaint of the above nam^d
plaintiff, which complaint Is/hereun
to -ann^xesd,,and 'herewith served upoj^
7031, and,to serve ccupy^of your an
swer thereto upon t^e Underst^med, ait
thtsfcrtofiices, in Watertown, CM^tngton
County, South Dakota, withbgf, 80)
aijjf jfifter the* service hereof upon
you, 6'x3u»hse ,cf tne day of s'Uoh ser
vice, and If you fail to a&swer the said
ijompi#^®" wit^Tfi (fi^&tne the plaits
Watertown, in sald.w
jan June 58 th,' Dfl
v- ^he wise wi
ho Insist on having'th&i'Wg,
QaK street this summer.
Tie S^urday^ew|-4»J^he rea^wfe
fot that facf evade your,'conslderation
good 0k with a 1^0^,,
%pwder In packages?"
In Circuit Court,' ThftS Judlcfif Cir
TfcS comifnlsBlon ^^1
^ofTcl^ government ft ftmS afodew
«f atT business
.^ watertown Is not so haM ui
rife* Jsefore «nmbb do,it o««r
to get fM Ot/mur flfonds.tad
*5 \-V' A
Uhhappy if -q«'&ne
the stat| of South D&kota sAld to haw the'ga^e ftflP
don't know-what to do with it Why hot Wg^a "graft-a-plt!oue?"V1
Agter a 'WMna^i ha^ married a man to^eforjtt him^tBid flffcce^ds/it^
rrrt '^^^wother, womafe
paying In the streets of Watert»wn. A city has either
or backward. -,It la like a bfoyjl«^~it will £^t iotaad still
^gnmb||^^^^|be pa^ng and let^«rW|»a* hold*
s'^Vt Kinds IN ORIQIM
tBa" 1. S
rag* T'% cl^ cOmiaiSBlonere'Ssflavinjr
aad flosmg of the street through Flat Iron park on the
''itre betatron %i 4atrli a'. .1.
tne city audljtotr'has aboUt'a dozen big books to
ep and J. H". Conley ,the city treasafi^r, its a like, number of books and
ph .official's 'books have to iaily to a celrit each mMith. A balance is
of the city Is kept Cinder the old form of city
p*%ernmeftt there was'only two books Jtoj^ 19k the whole buxlnesS^,
no at^mp| was made to Ale the city's buslness oprrespohdence. T&
audltoV reoMv^a *100'fcer month for keeping-ifliPOt the booka of his
ttmejit/befldes Mttng as clerk of the nuntfelvrf!ffatft!$llb» (?lty».]
surer has Job at "|22 per montlv that 'ai^'lM)$kk«fBp^r thc'clQ
'd turn up his nose at for ,less, tfian ¥100
nov-moi^ than fair for aiy corporation whethfr. It be .pujilic or pi^
to pay^a reasonable compensation ,for servioeS1 performed., The QiC?
that' lts emplo:
all of -their nrmtfu -m ttand *tfho iupt«t
having a jet dog unfll you 't»Jt£ peek ttt
#u tired cult) W
today You can't «Iways bo putting ft olf until
fe eastern ediwm, whd/tecentljfskade tWugh the'W^
Dakota are nc^home again.^he b^fc wkting soj&5 VeJry
ninoir anritif wtlbi -it A
ii totally eradicate the fancy color
or a blackened optic—but those «^*j^rn country 'e3itore are very
never sings to her
as d^.Tteetlng Jf -*^jp A—
half do «j»t
'Along ifei spoltif.au She
you open a tuatz bottie there will be
•ati^ctkm and 1wa|l£ In stora Iw fou~aiid
jroi^Parb^B^ itassA^^ yott
bit fa) Its
ut fhe tttpenln^i
it' to havs swell In w«K''
what a nulsme
leather, or havs ihsm »rtnk up In ^4
tfry ssasen.. either trouble Is veU--' r
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