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VOL. 11 JffO 14.
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It the PonUkmeat S«ffc*te4 far
Heckles* Aato*obile
YjlB.Ow Ac Cootr?.
®,i48 injured During hup
190 Were KSIeJ jb Twelve Gtie*.
Police aQ Over fee Gmntty*
are Determined to StopJfc
^pje police department have had
more thin the usual number of oom-
plaint* in the way of bicyole riders,
motorcycle riders and auto drivsra
making a nuisance of themselves, and
they are going to make a determines!
effort to put a Btop to It. A well laid
plan has been worked oqt that will
surprise some of the people whCLd^Ty
the law and the golden rule.
The names of many offenders are
known, and thby are liable to be hatif
ed over the coals, and the changes are
they will not, be shown much leniency.
Saturday evening at about 6:80, a
man driving on isouth Oak street had
three narrow escapes from, being
ditched, by motorcycle or automobiles
When betwee% si«thi and seventh
street, a yopng man, whose hair wa%
better than the timber of his ma
chine as a shatter of identification,
went speeding by-the rig at a 25-mlle
clip,, The animal a mule, made a
lihort cut for the" gutter, and 1$, |ras
with difficulty that
There are laws regulating the us»|
Qf thla above, mentioned, maittnte^(
•and* every man or womah ShoulAyba
law abiding enough to live upvto
#jthem, but like other things, there are
Hw always a~ few, of the "underirable
class,who a parent public must
suffer from.
A
They are undesirable
citizens 4n the fullest sense of Ae
word, irregardleBB of who they may
be, rich or, poor. They are a detri
ment to thejtowniln which they Uye.
They are«'a public nuisance and. had
oi&ht not be tolerated onoe ,they arc
found out. Watertown an4 Codini
ton county seemst to suffer from the
pest the same as other cities and
counties. These people are a disj
grace tc the community in which they
live and are more- to be dreaded than
an Infections disease. The disease
can be honorably fought, but the reck
less-driver runs down the unfortunate
and then ill true cowardly, style gets
away from thetvtetim.ifis fast as pos
sible.
The Saturday News has mentioned
the above facte before, end has in its
possession ther name# of some of the
••undesirables" who are known to
have cauBe^ 'more or less trouble.
While it has -teen
tTejueated
to pub­
lish them, we^.at ^present' withhoM
the sapae/ j?
The number ff fettled and.tajured
fe has become K^ aptialtliig that it "Is
being-glyan' more attention by1 the
''hea^s of police departments than 1b
-crime. VHead the. following* which
will jirwe ^hatj
S^TO^M^ppiaMp.
Omaha, -Tb« PW»
t3epartm»nls of cities of the
United
In a. eainpaigtSb Against the r6ikii
driving of =an to aunin-
the
be maa*"' JWf i$|L1fca 1uml tort
Mf?
-., it is tmt ^MMa^npt.
ft
The: matter of -putting on a plain
clothea special policeman and also a Chicago
--.-. mounted policeman- with a motorcycle Minneapolis
has been suggested, which would be
a very: effective manner of putting a
stop-to the reported trouble.
Denver
Omuha
sthe
rig was,jaot
turned over sad the driver, thtpw&'out
.When near? Ihe Stoux bridge an auto
passed the same party at a ver^live^y
clip. Again the mule .made a straight
cut off for the opening at the~lght
side of (he road. The.jwune thiag
happened tt tfaitd time. The drivers
escape from injury was miraculous
ThiB same thing is happening ever
day. It behooves every citizen jto be
on the look out ipr this class of,dris£
ers and if possible get the number
of the oar or motor, cycle •and.i'eport
it to the police who are dolng^verfe
thing in their power to stop
,w
«reK,-. Jj£$Ik abbnt the
railroads, the *j»aceV
e.driver to wo
automobilea in
DJt
*/T^ J&S
filled.
St Pau%tJh.
Boston
DesMi
A
Baltlrhore
St. Loula 'A|wC...
Cincinnati ?'v.
New Yo* .,,-,r.,v
v- v£2_
.i9o v:
Totals
"These figures were furnished by
the polioft departmeiits of the dlf
f«^ent cities," continued the chief.
Several cities seem care so little
for"|Jwlr citizens that they kew no
record of the number4(S^dfdentir arid
from
tics.
page ute
at thoie' -w^s -%an. s^ura no statis-
nym
Watertown
QaietlyMarrie
When Doane B.n "V^6oS aid ^itW
tnrn to work at this'office as was ex
pected after his return from playing
with the fourth Raiment Band at
Huron, last week, some apw^ensiotf
was felt that he jntg&t ha^js^gone in
an .aeroplane and be^n lost''^
Sunday, howevei-, word ^as receS'Jw
of his whereabouts, and an investi
gation showed that.CspM -had led Mr.
Wood and Hiss
fll&fri
five
%r,
tng but
ws wi :.- a
H!
mm
Vht
sW^pOon of' the ataUjM«i off.
5y©r^
H?
.Oii«^.MMl Bt Louis, thl
»porti were
tek^iuft they jsame in. Fig
Pawl and Ufi»n«mtis
*»***,, while
eighteen mon^^
tTalverson,^ bofchj
ojt this rfty, to Clear Xake,. Saturday^
^frhere tfiey were .united in narria^.
%h^^Bturned to this city and h*ve
gojofr to housekeeping In a sulttuin the
ED® Flats.
The friends 'of "^oth young $£opliy
will.jw)#h then a lotig" an(l bappy life
Jf "V
^oiS,'
4
City Fruit Prices
Lower than Aberdeen
Berdaen,
s::-.
Sept" 17.tA news l»«m
in a W,atertown ^aper%elatlre to the
prices of fruit, and .Vegetables 'bn the
Watertown, piarkei led an Aberdeen
ne^paj^ to consult local grocers
•an compare jllfclr prices on the same
products. The result was astohishlng
.to Abe^een housewives and may lead
to a crhSade for lower pricesi With
two or three exceptions, Aberdeen
consumers found their grocers were
charging them from 26 to 60 per cent'
more than Watertown residents have
to pay ipt the s^mejBlass.of commodi
ties. The' prices Varied, somewhat,
and did not indicate a combine on the
part ci grocers, but nevertheless, in
nearly every' Instance prices yftgp
hfgher, Four grocer* were^aaked for
priccf-'-and the. schedules:.-taere com
piled" from-their answeri.
60'
femi ol fhe ctlagi
^5
-, |$
if
A
'ews
rpor-
Watertown, S.
ated for |20,00ft under
the state and is no
way where It is ptf
urday Ne^s and "co^ucts
Job printing business, ^LshortlytWf
move to larger and moriTcesftraUy lo
cated and commodious quarters on
one of the principal busl|ieeB i|tree£^
-of the city. gjfe. J»
Mid-
t|i# Bafr
The News PnbMehing p^&pany wMM
greatly increase Its facllit^M. Jfc wilP
establish a first-class bottle bindery
and" ruling plant and will tnannTae
ture and carry in stock at all tiijaes
a line of legpl blanks, Itjoih cjnvey-j
ancing and township bll^ks. it will
have a large front office"4tnd display'
room where everything ta the line
of office supplies will'4b found' aHd'
for sale.
It is the intentions-of 'th^ company
to maintain w'large and cbdiplete a
A. W. RaQs&t^ne of l^^iormer
proprietors of tfa«f'-Watert(»|«i Dail^
Public .Opinion, 'will hare ^krge efe,
thebusfness t^«geme|tt
poratlon.
It to
5
At least tW'^rafeling men vrtll be?
««W03»4j^^he c^psny_|ini
sthcm!jfcf
mg Facilities for Gty
in--.
mW
It the
mlesionere do not ^miscarry. "Water
town will have as go^d. ilre protection
a$ any City in the setter batrtng none.
The cifS^has, ^tm^fderabfe Are ap
paratus on ^^T^t the censtal sta
tion, that is not peceiftary. ^The com
mlssiohers do not care to dispose of
it by aelling, and after much -discus
Bion it 'was decided to %se it In the
cityC'^hls can be* done by liavlng a
fire department in each guarter of
the city, which would" afford quick
protection, and where the fires were
small many times the local'apparatus
would be.all that was necessary, thus
The i5®nn^aiid»ils to
btjild a small cetotot bloek building
on each of the district jtehooVgrounds,
Which would be 'tis'e$ teahouse the
apparatus/' By scni£9tlg' the'ebeli- on
that "bouse la the district ^whwe the
Are,
yiiM,
Oti# gtp-
who charged 60 cents a peck tor
W^ld plums, and 66 cents a jhalf bitth^
e|i-rwhart8 o^her srocprs were
tcha*f-?
cafitfl a "peck-w 0 ceaats
T»lSO
p®EPS85M^
ptt
who
aafi-,
A^' payeh4.:.
•r-time to
I
'mm
'\$°
-jf
the ^volahteer department
would answer th^'Caft In^icase the
'flre ma'a serious-one $^ei^cal.4tlam
jetrtSd' ImT turned in, *•"^1'
movement on' tint
is1 a?
^cojninlaiS^ners
ahoteld
nefe block
.the"
P4»fBce
btual.r(iThe fl
frtfyi
%W*i|«y5^!U extend ail gyer' South.''
•Daiote^ Nofth Dakota,
Minnesota.
by
the enterprise that It-wUl not be mo:
than a year at least until at .least
twenty-five people, Wjll employed
byvth« ctompapy at good salari^fcf
The 3n^arest book bladery and rul
ing establishment to Watertown ,M
'Aberdeen and Sioux Balls.
-i 33ie..Satai4Sy New«r,w^-W^pnb
"shed, the same a% h«^tofore and
aNta»p8w!$SiBn».
of thei
one ian®"
ratiori
tiCfflS of
«to
f"--
better?
fire aueetion
to
J! not be
until
vt oth
body^'
Beaver
tholi
shttkihg
Powderly was restdent? ogWater
town ead waa eiatfoyed ^n t» policd
s*t
*jS'A t'j-j
fS&R
185®^
strictly ^Ire
story will-be
for the 'Dakota
bor wlttsbeS-l^sed
•L--
wmslimmt
Ihttes
A|i4J^ce
Seep "Sia Sawday ^ews readmi in
*ouch wtth the dates and places wbara
auction sales will ake place in this
vichiit^ 1?
1
Sept«»—Wel)8ter miles
N. W.^Of Thomas, 1 Sp.Mh.
Oct,j%-j. A. -Cai'eyM^allee iwrth
east-#^Korencej ad
elsew^fQ) in this lsstta.4'
D.X. May IdiUI Aoto-
rf¥ -V- V"» SS" -cfl
pany fa ay put in the automatic tele
phoi^ system in this city to* nea^
-feture-M 1 _v
Proni a-.sjwtein wlth^a snatchboaint
Of 260. naines the Same bSi«gro^n to.
o'f some 1200 name*, requiring
cpe*\i
cons!
sy**eaiw&i
lag their
better
itk^sn.
f-%!d t^ eosspaay to giv^
WbeamB&mmm
....
In speaking cf,'the ^«»ent seH^e,
Manager JohBsoa satd: "Many- ^eo
.BJevh&Ve tha^iist^ice& iil^a in ih«Jr°
beads that sometimes when the ojp
a^top-jmswerg that the }ine is b"^
tlMitth^ are fibbing. That Is not
c&te, Thc^ are concern? id,the City5
th^t haw^ningle phone and they^
have eno^gh^Us in a, day to feally
require vko or three phones, One
concert, a corporation,
iott
l^uitance
has calls agd 49R8„bWln68a tor three
departments1? -%it1ti -a.,. single phons.
That line 18 busy all we time and just
about one third of the time when a
call la put-la the line is busy and
central has to tell them so/'
JThe Dakota Central has made some
160,000 Improvements in the state in
the past year and has man^ rgore in
View for the coming year,
That Watertown Is to havfe th^uto^
matte system in the Jiear future, the
itutn&ase in busings demanding !t, the
patrons of the company will be pleas
ed. to learn, and Is only on# more of
tha many improvements that is bound
to coma—since the city took Its new,
lewe oifcjife,
n, 1
'.Ajh* Jr
^•Saitington', president bt the
Yamatoe Medicine company, who has
been aconspiciona figure on the street
ahdiattracting a^cn)vd aro^id him
by means of height of hand work, bs
{£009 insape at«uro# anff was taken
t& at^b^fal^ -Bari-mcton want ^o
a»ro^ wljh-a Wf«liow his' con
ditioii wgi such jthatJ»e wawjiot
mltted to ibpen. He finaliy^becanne
t%viagu'lnsine and was
^uaty
OF
THANKt
JWWW
Thai ale open
1 and all other
to April of eaej
The banters farther ad
^Dstributton at tt^.fees recei
the sale of hunting'Hcetikis at
Twesrty-flve 'vaivent to stat^
faud and 78 M^can^ hM|
ty cafaa ft^ds ot «tratv
"wftlfcb same are deceived, thai** 60s
l^r, cent Of the fees recelted from
iiianca 4 fish tng V»^n»ea to go.
came and IMi tnad, aadL l|
w^ttsnt to the cowtysante and fish
9
t. i.
is -diepartitentJb
to
inSb surplu 1 in the stotp fame funl
si^tia be used for tit* propagation o£
gakft birds, same animala aU nba*'
I
Jay#
Jail Tl&ftoi^ifmient
.'l' '"c 4** T3» I
is#
so»«e narif^n
alaostrangeira—and
fittaen MO/ta Befora $£a
arrtwed. tiie scene tha tpbbal
made, thair ^getaway.
•oaifaM'Win'kM
tgjyen.
tWenty-itlse^ays I# -tha"
county iail W'«','bope'%e 1
enough bologna.—-penry j^depanda:
|yatei^wftJar»lT«&,^sw
and iMSumed cljiu^a^flt
oiat-i(ytal dund^ ««MSg^ rMr. and
^tuai^s^ ,'#iid^cted
the Square Deal feotel^n the live city,
and before coming to watertewnway#
to ye l»t$ ie»tt|sou|h
Shore. Thtw Jjier coma ^n
mended aiUl Will majw the CSinp^
cial a first olaas hostaiiry. Mr/a»4
Mrs. Castle, who ifesently 'Vacated thef
Commercial h^use, have -atsumed ac
tlve control of the' Conklln.—Clark
Cotaier®f|f.
Frank Uska Starts
.Kew Cigar Factory
^Trank Uska, who htus been, foreman
in h,
N. Schulner's cigar factory in
thla city for a number of years has
embarked into jthe cigar mattifcic
tuxing business in thla city 4nd haa
established a factory on jthe'' second
fioor of the Watertown Cariiotiatlng
Company'a bj
E.
1
Medicine Man Insane
.Was at Hnron Fair
Mr. Llaka
to extend oar sincere
thankB to ifc iiiiaay
re iho -can^
irmiiijHi iiiyfit^iij|
artf death of oar beloved hjtby boy,
iUao lor tjKe splendid floral 4^rings
and Mrs .James Pdtetjoa.
mi
TfWch avpaar.fH.
an«'|»ao the
jWWWia which ia*^«fa
'if
Several n«
'n\
^thiichiw
Pit*
#ed
SfJW
which
Vhlch he calls tbe^'Sftn
la said to be one o^ the
oigars on the ^nugrj^st
ufactureg a fiVe^nt plgar which he
calls the "Rep^ate^'' which promUtt
"be a veibr+|K)9War nickel emolg&
-&F- Waka& \toat-claaa cigar malt
ed and an asppirtindge of tobacco
and there is/W -fluestioit^ttt tfift
10 cettt
man-
AD LOS#
aide on the Don Livingi
aJtA it- took
tj^Iback
about
SMMfti
friends ua doaWof tltelr
old son which o'euired Tuesday at
their hema. J1"
The fwneral"W«*'-h90 ^pMnesdajr^
wH
Sr
fpwt-'H'
4 5?
ing to t^ie
HtUl be WblfaMftn the
and tyr thu fatuMk weltMa.of.the isttf II
it, w»l^tooeM#y% get
One of ^jfwiolitionf^lijWJwB'
Vaa to naka it peaaible^ip ta|ca «u*
of ft numbee1 of d^Utandihg
seme of Wfaieli'tf^ted ba^'
i» May ist,*Vhto the citig
jW9ft
wMMr thyabia form a
jnent Bon^ will be issiMjpfto a^r«r|
tftaaa ajawtots, and thus agw* wumjoC
Motlea of aMW anwrs ARw!iej«
f«K
Marar Wkgaar awMiwldNk^
(lad «pplayal
jh
In
tfwi waa held a^
Sr.»?i)v evening
jthiuya of the mt
aatisfatftory to the
Merry Wid^floo
,W.
tbwn^asklng for^^tp 'anS in, spinf
places wat auecefH^bl,' At the 'i'
butcher ebon the\fellow bought
nickai's. iwrth. of Mogna and- on
ing out swiped anoliter nickel's worth.1
He was promptly a^ested, pleadi
gull^'^b^cs J^stlcak3fichs«l$
*as"
uo imm
vf*
3 *-f rK &
iSSS"
a aaort
lsOU, living:

for *10
that ip
naTe
WmfmM
ji6^4wu»jr.fis^eoai&*''hotWsg,
After m^wr
Vas '®i6eat^- i|4r#|ft»tci|''
Nonb-f
•p^y^jtrivig
^la" I»'.aur«i4---%M
h»%e dtsootered tliiftt JLeuplc ai*),vfyn
rlira ^at Yankton
J?
Great northern Freighl
JjeAsd at%Kpp|
'55lftv^reat,
leaves thia City going east
in
ternoon, wa»„wre^ted at
^tttesda^twaiiN^ iWw
the af­
:w«w*
soma 6witchi&g at the ttma tha^a^'^
cident' happened.- ..Conductor E
Rauscbp'»Sa la charge. Qn$ lSat,ca*
rwaa ooaj'pleteiy soa^ie^ up tha
tnachineur on the same badly daapjigeff*
and the trucks were ktuftked1 fttKn
un^er ikbox eVviildOhf^aobta^MiA
borse^'Noi^b* of #es anfw
•iWrtred-, .-l^e.'wr^iter.j^ira^llfeen oaQ
of Wtlni|r iff the ice# o^the wjeclt
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