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•i Do you need .more room to store the targe yield of gr&in you
I going to tiresh!
and look at the Galvanized Steel Brain Bin set
at our yard, They can be put up anywhere and the grain run
vi&|b them from the machine direct, saving the expense of men and
telriis to han! to the:granary. It can be" easily raovgd whan empty
J!jfc|s strong and durable and can't bum up will l£eept"he*graiti
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'if "(SUCCESSOR TO Y^EDS.)
Wa.te.town, South Dakota
j^iLookittg bftik, it doesn't seem so very long^
.ago when you were growing intoVinanhoodJif
^K.Bo you Jknow how miioh yon"Woa].d have.m :l
h. %i^bank now iisd yotiljegua.m your boyhood
Mdftvs to. save but $2 .Off a month Vv
Lit your boys figure out this pr^em,*t!h6g
be an, iuspira|ipn to them ,tp s,av^.
pound t.ntereit tnake* ^"Intei^Vrii!
pttliflp b03T*L h*y!it«vlng» aeeounu
Capital ,"$50,000,00. Sttr^lufTi^S^OOO.bo
THE SATURDAY NEW8, WATEBTOWN, S. D.
May Request Former Convict
to Retain 8eat in. Council.
CONVICT MAY RETAIN OFFICE
Burke of Philadelphia Considers With
Philadelphia, Aug. 31. William
Burke, the reform councilman who
sent his resignation to that body
when he wrote a confession of his
Ufe as a convict, said that he would
withdraw the resignation if requested
to do so by Mayor Blankenburg. The
mayor is out of Philadelphia on a va
cation and beyond expressing sym
pathy for Burke and offering him his
assistance has not indicated whether
or not he desires Burke to retain his
•eat in the oouncll.
Burke's resignation has not yet been
placed officially before the council, as
it was sent during the summer recess,
which will not end until next month.
SERIOUS RAIL WRECK
Six Persons Killed and Over a
Green Bay, Wis., Sept 2.—Six per
sons were killed, three seriously In
jured and twenty others hurt when
train No. 112 on the Lake Shore dlvl-'/
•ion of the Chicago and Northwestern
railway was derailed two miles nojih
of Lyndhurst, Wis., as the resell''(jf a
washout due to a cloudburst
The train was running thirty miles
an hour when the locomotive, mail
oar, baggage oar, Bmoker ind a day
coach left the track.
The dead are: W. S. Calkins, pas
senger, Shawano, Wis. John. Jones,
ongineer, Oreen Bay, Wto. C. E.
Bushey, conductor,Milwaukee George
Marx, brakeman, Milwaukee Carrol
Bennett, baggageman,. Antigo, Wis.,
and Stewart O. Sheldon, express mes
The mail car, baggage Scar and
smoker turned over when the train
left the track. A northbound train
safely passed the point Where the ac
cident occurred an-hour before-the* de
railment of train NO.--112.
Railroad officials report that" a
heavy cloudburst occurred in the
vicinity of the washout a few minutes
before the accident «•.
COLONEL BEGtNiS L0N6 T0UR
Roosevelfs Present Trip: Will Cover
Albany,'- N. Y., Sept 8-.—Theodore
Roosevelt struck out on. the trail of
the bandanna handkerchief to'follow
It on a month's Journey into the four
corners of the country. His first day's
trip took him into Connecticut and
Massachusetts. Then he turned to
ward the West. He was greeted at
every stop by large crowds,'
Colonel Roosevelt discussed Social
ism, one of Woodrow Wilson's
speeches, the tariff the Democrats
and the weather. He spoke feelingly
of the weather, for he made seme of
his speeches. Btandlng bareheaded iti
RURAL CARRIERS GET .RAISE
InereaMdvOisbursemejnt of *4,000,000
•Washington, Sept S.—Under au
thority conferred(y the postoffloe aiv
propHatlon bill Postmaster Q«tiaral
rurjiJl 'etfer carriers on standard
Routes from »,000 to $1,100 a year.
^Thtfioraer. affects 30,000 men, with
pro^irtlofinte ifioretises to. carriers on
•hotter r^njes. will become, eftep^i
Ir^i.on 30 This will meap an
increased dlabuwementj o? tSmcma-'
rork, Sept. ,^-Major
dub, a Cj^ft wa^V^dran
of those wfoj'dug
Mimcl and e*$$ed
at his h&tos in Brooklyn,
could not exist for a day.
quality and grade of good4&.'
This la how we do it:
WE BUY FOR CASH|
NO BAt ACCOUNTS.
Trading at Gil ruth's Package Store
their groceries for CASH at this atom It irtands to reason, If one wilt
stop to think that no merchant can afford to trade groceries for farm
produce unless he gets the be»t of the bargain.
price of a 100 pound sack of granulated sugar...We quoted her our price
and she said: "I just bought a 100 pounnd sack of sugar at the Mora
where I trade my butter and eggs and they charged me 75 cents more
for it than you ask for the same thing." So you see that Is the way It
goes. That groceryman who does a credit and delivery business haa
to trust it out to Tom, Dick and Harry and deliver it and chase a collector
out after the account and he MUST get the long end of the deal or he
that lady had sold her buttei'arid egg« rer ^"ash^ven If she «oeK
a little less than the groceryman was wlllina to allow her in trade at hlst^
store she would have been considerable ahead of the game.. .Farmers are
beginning to find this fact out an0 there Is, not a day that we do not addl
Si"' V" '..
Almost ever/ farmer In t^e lerrltdfy will Ve^^0^tal^!^'vaiKt«ge
of wholesale buying of groceries thls fall. When you get ready to leave
your fall and winter order of groceries w»want a chance to figure on It.
We fre satisfied beyond any question of dtudt that we can sell you a bill
t«" -lessf,money than any other dealer in the state.
haye the eastern catalog house prices right In our store and upon com
parison we have found that in a great many cases.o.ur prices are conaidi
erable lower than the prices which they quote. •V5j5f"^' If S
We.d° not expect to handle ail the grocery trade In Watertown. We
established this Package Grocery to compete with the eastern catalog
houses who pull thousands of dttllars outibf this state ever year We
are meeting their prices and..«avlna you the freight and you have a chance
to examine the goods before you pay a «ent for them at this store.
of the state, is What we are especially afterv'v]
l^ls very plaln—a hfinti mjtm could
cde^ business, the business «rat 'has been sent out
.absoluely n^,necessity of.sending money out of the state
you* can buy the same goods at home at the same prices or lesto
We established this Package Grocery for that purpose'and we are always
willing to compete with any eastern catalog house on prices on'the same
Comje In some time and let us quote you'prices on a good supply of^
groceries. We will shpw you that we areVeally doing Just what we
advertise to^do—save you from 15 to 20 per cent"
The farmers In this vicintiy are beg) twin
a to realize that they can
sell their butter and eggs for cash and save a neat little sum by buylngi
A farmer's wife came into our store tiie other day and asked the
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