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i*i&&i1*• t\ •r .--& *sm 3 fi .- yS& iiSSSrTi: sKsrasai •^P^Wi To Be mm a Rich manifested pverthe prij railway f$m Minneapolis fafthis city, .whjtoh was announced •QDUhtim^jpo. Electric short line# in the easfhave proven a great success, and' are Milbank, in "Grant county, some forty miles distant lit is a wellknownfact that many of the peoplevoVer »tbe proposed right of way from this city to Milbank werevery anxious to see the road extended ..that way. It would be a great helptopeople in the ttmth half of the,connty to get to ihe conn .,4y seat.forasit npw Is they must gb .east to Appleton on the" Gtffltt Kot^ thern or drlvaiieisosa I How to Properly Hain I die Deadly Gasoline ^jPTThe following are •e^ttfacta from a (iaeoline Bulletin Issued by the Fire Preventlon vOominittee, Chamber of Commerce, Rojjneswr, N. T, Tne sug gestlOns advanced should be of prac tical itftet^t tQ a)l wh^ uye jgasoline, and tfie*iint»«hould be ,remember^d: A pint of 'gasoline -left open In a basin in a room at a normal or aver age temperature will entirely evapor ate in twenty-four hours. The gaso^ biiue vapor ia heavier than^ie air and sinks immediately to the floojf, and unless it is disturbed by active air currents will remain in the room for hours. 'Oiie pint of gasoline iritl mike 200 cubic feet of explosive m% tura. Withput becoming too scien' title, it may be said that thi#^yapijr is seven times more powerful tlian gun powder. itJ Every gasoline explosion ^md fir3 that occ'irs'ln the honie is due tojg norance and carelessness on the part of the user. Gloves must ^Cleaned, fabrics must be dipped in gasoline or alcohol. For that reason it is vitally important that the User should .have all the information,possibly a&ybt the i' incurred. ''1 Gasoline should be used in span air ^hereve^ possible, but if it 'fiiutit be used in the hotase all 't£^ windows BhOuld be opened wide, and a suffic lent draft created to- drive all the Vapor from the roomT It 'is almost r* criminal to i?fee gasoline tn^the Wt cKen o,ia£y ftjom where it is exposed to Are. T,he vapcr has been known to jump thirty feet from A «nk and to BX^ljode with HStKiil violftace'««v"tc| wreck the tank car and bum all the ^buildings iA the jmmediate vicinity,.'' Is not^ecessary to tpuchr% mat^h it/' A" syarb^frOin ''the heel ol.fa Aboe sttpag-k'teok or nail .wlU iex *the vapor. A lighted fisme evsn that ^|Sne Is incloaed in stove or furnace ,1 ^^ticles dip^r washed or soaked fspoline^give exptoslvfr -n, par for ^erurs, a^er °l.#« a usual thing a great help to tbe terrt ,i, tory through .which It runfe^(UwnM .,- such a. project be pushed" to 'C$jnple-' tlon, it would another. notohcut In. the Watertown tall^ stiokpf suo- ®®*B' «,fe3Wi '"J *. J. H. Thomas, the chief engineer, hasbeenovertheproposed right of way and thus far has met wltlr little .»... difficulty in getting the necessary land for, trackage.. Hehas been in •m Watertown and from here it is posst1 ble the road will proceed north: to very^iWy the f$. «W- nti' or always. «ttoj» a cmuie-liMrttat, cJ^^ :%:i#l^:^ip' da 50, ir send olf4r the" Army, Box,t48i —,, Swanson will be glad to some one. after to fl^ve. 'x- verybbdy Urged to Attend Farm Institute JU* -?4 &ing atgi Several mileiiof fro,a| been graded from Minneapolis to "Wi setta, andthe rsJialsld.. It tt(,the the enfijiegfl^g^Ml^ otft oi -iho ^rijr 'OuB wlniar tai ian grading in the sprloai. Work ^ronld .. bo Btarted at intervals all, the way-: ^. from here to Minneapolis,, and thus one season would see the''road about built. The mileage would be about 190 miles MWMi regulfir annual Wnbera' in- jStitute is $o be held' to *WfctortowiF4a' Dec. 12, 1$ and 14' an£ His the de flire of the Saturday'itewi that every farmer tributary' 'io' Wiifieriown be jpreeenf and take cm active $$ft 1® •fha mAAtlnnr., Tlia ffaymnfaf•. the meeting.: The Farmers' 4n South Dakota' are accomplishing, .an untold' amount ~6t igooi)~ drop* adapted to the soil condiUons are .be-,. .practices, farms are being hand leg in a more: rational and ftcientUUI,' ,-msnner, more and better live stock is-being raised and prosperity is evi lent on eyejy hand. This has been,' in part, at4past due_ to the efforts the Farmer^-Institutes. Iet us molte theiw- meetingsi better this year-than" they have. eye^Sjeen before. list- every business m|n- in Watttown- -put his shoulder to the whM andiW^ie a mlghty efltort make it a stic^efs. Let us provide for a big"exhlbit,_.bqth^ot farm.and. kitchen products, and men let evet^ XI»U«OTr M" ^or display. The corps of lecturers will be a stronger one this year than ever be fore. The whole United States' has -been scoured in order to secure the best Farmers' Institute lecturers ob tainajfel. Tlgen Jet everybody, both country and town people, turn out and make the Farmers' Institute'days this year the gala days of the year. Mr. and Mra. R. Miller are mourn ing the loss Of their four months old daughter, w^ died last Saturday. The little one* had been very ill fo^ sev eral weeks atid ft gr«at sufferer, ®a*l death came as a merciful relief to the little body which medical aid conld not relieve. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon. Gibson Jury-Disagree$ and is then discharged tmrntatrm monoaaiPrrts- Aw$fc(»ito» W. GIBSON The discharged ey shoulq be. %-Alter de1 Hberttting tor' more "than fourteen: case of Burton, thevj^ardet 6t his client, Mrs. l&jgb Mecp^heik !^&bo, •reported''fi£tJust}ce Tomktns that it could not agrfee oil aver- day aC the d«tfc of Peter Pfcllp, tfcti l^""'1 fl vtMlfili -r ITT "TWT '"."•n. •&.fc-^wSTOalSsi w- time but it Was only during1 the past few months that he htad not been ao^ tively engaged about his work. The? pigt" few days previous to %t#^death be had weakened fast, and the end in death we* a relief to him. The remains Vefe brought to thlB city Tuesday and placed in the Blks hall Frank1 M. Jtttpey, April 7, 190ft where ihffir lav in state for several ii^m' Pnttei^Q, Ja(ay^8,1907 S. where &>$r lay in state lot several hours. Many of his fUftner friends and associates viewed theirjqemafiilR. Tlie' funeral was heldi-in1'ihe afte^ noon- and Interment wtw. ajt|^onnt Hoi^ cemetery. Dpeeased had been^'dentifled Wi'A he growth and advancement of the vicinity where -J# had lived/ South' Shore, for. over a third of a century, and had: held various public posltious durirg his lifetime, being a member of the. board of commissioners at the time^bf his death. v. B. F. Clapp. Olapp died at his home in duller' township Tuesday morning. ^f: £!Japp was not feeling'-well when he got up Tuesday morning and com plained of. the same. Suddenly he 'was aeen to reel and fall into a chair, •'near which he had been standing. A phyifclan was summoned but Mr. Clapp had-expired before he arrived. His death was due to apoplexy. Mr 'Clapp was- one of .the voider residents of Codington pounty and enjoyed a large ebcule «t friends who were •botli shocked and grieved to learn of his sudden demise, HOW TO GET FIFTY ONE-YEAR OLO PLANT8 OF HARDY .SIBERIAN ALFALFA ,.S Tv- it^'Vsfrfering' mk^ St^evfeortlcui^»i^Society jby sending $1.00 to N. ,E. Hansen, ®rookings, ,S. "lb4 Tou -will get a bdtond vihuiiie of'^e state horticnltur at TqporUt a»d the dtty alfalfa plants 'free. Or/ if the alfalta is'hot wanted, "you c4n' get tour plants of the Ohti. red ^spbenV,' 'the i»w, hardy, hv-* brid Variety, originated by thrift N. B. Hansen at the South Dakota experi mental faraf* The time dollar may be sent to Mr A. Tracy, #at«rtown,'%.,C., or left^at the S«t KirdayNews office with name and ad- 0 ,, -... and ftpprbiiriate ^rvtoie wUl^helft ItWseased Mttttbe^' '%he following is a 11at of the £$omm ed memtiew of tho- !od|®: and d&to ot death: ijaliah Bennett, jlasttit JSSt^ Stiva^jS. Sklnnw, Oct^r j^ 190^ IS. A. -SiBher, January Sd, iiW S. Pattei Briggg, JuneSSt 1907 IX Arthur, July- B,' 190# John e.1 Koegi^ Jniy 14, 1907 T&\p. Coughlia, Ufeeh 18, 1908 B. M. Hayls, Marctol*. 1998 d. O. Senson, Ajril 1,1808 lSC G. Hund- redmark, Maj* 8, 1908 (^boB. Ander^ son July 23, 1908 TtvMnas Wiley, Auguet a0, :l90gr Fra^ Munger, De cember 27, ISOSj T. H. ftsever, De cember 80, 1908 J&'P. Ta^bell, Juntf S, 1909 Hv h. Sheldon, June IS, 1910 M. J. Manton, November 24,1910 ti. H. Teetzel, Nov 26, 1910 George H. Gallagher, June 24, 1911 X. J. O' Toole, February 12, 1911, B, M. Pope, February 18, 1911 0. C. Knappen, March 8, 1911 G. P. Jones, April 11, 1911 Frank Sean, May 80,1911 G. W- Carpenter, November 1,1911 M. Wimsey, November 11,1911 O. M Cannon, February 28, 1912 Joseph Meitihover, March 28 1912 B. X). Ster ling, Aprils, 1912 D. O. Thomas, June 16,1912 R. W. Williams, July 1,191S G. X. Beward, October «, Wp. "f*! if1*53 Music—Orchestral J&ajwr^Stov..-. Wii^-O'^eift^1 Solo-r:"The Crofis" Mrs. JHagman.^^ Music—Selected, Silks Quartette. jgenedlction—Rev ¥twlc—Orchestra/ jgThe above wHl ne tnf €he regular Blks ceremony. Cannon—W. H. Stokes, 8r, Joseph Melnhover-^-H[. J). &W( ..-S it Storting—John II Hantoft.^ Oi Thomas—Geo. W, Cam. ••-.ft- .Williams—Perry Loucks^ifsl Sey^rd-^r.j SB'"® The 4tollowlng (Ure the officers^-of Watertown X^odge No^ JS38, B- JP. Tracy, heading Knight easing aldson^Of tie3cington, by ail "dealers.'S^o rO. a., ^,^912: 'v im H.*B. Fletcher, Bxalted Buler. |*ar%'W. Shea|e, WSmfrticto. t* ago, whenvW* w» three *41 tried to loo^|nto condition* gov erning the emplwrnent-ci youi pie/al thought then that It «i plane ^or^.ironn« person and, thinlc/' Kefterally speaking, "Wishes to-be an Individual apd nat an^tom they ha^bettor stay *fl In the flejt place, 4«* ty»e fall vOauspB^'SomeiJ soajfibecause .aiiftswd iiijfl .!|piM'"b6Cause thi^ fi*ea1tf» «fi mm 4 home."' $Jp'S ^w^uld go back W 1M spring x|N**% but '%ey"l0S strandelihei Re»aA)a|# foung/flpe6ple. '181 t|he geleaAa womWflmod haa to gcS dowtf any of the JMSh cipal sti^eto. to see: gravity, #ant and .imlteri^g writtek ota many face#, it f&lrly^mii^e* me shudder for thft^ safety ajxd/lwelfa^,^ manhood of the city- ,-i, VictoiiottsRulerGoe* Aiwut Fields in Auto ^V(?hoto by Amorio.an Pnwm Ai»f«0cia tloniJ' KINa FERDINAND ft ^v v^",„ "»-~r Kingr PeWinlmd has bfen tmrers iug the country '-iover which his inei lutore recently been victorious, His sightseeing trip vras inade in an auto, and he wept over Into Turkish ter ritory: from which hia so|dlers had driven tie Turkish army. Miss. gibiy wleKed «s foltcrws^ 21.^4 ow« brute t^i«ts, mada to tw taken dAMhfntfiA cnMltr ttoll /.# on a* £6^fSit||i^j Oiwe wii state, he r^p|§|f| two per na 'ttMe'itttoted (t, ww iple ot &|» state aro MttteMfc ja, Mb 4$rty pepjtle, %bff •5»*e of milkt^T^ce ft W. it ku teen mafnwVn yM dlsi W keep bamtaeruw im/v Dink to them to take WM In the luStdling of it The/ ftess time the ulltdng Itr'1* untft.A Is bottleS 'and de- should heed* a remtt jeople be an a#«kenin« in WWeJv sell milk, T^e^e j-j jais laipMktd atsthelr.1' if- %1 the .p^JsmS* ^ra,not4trty,'asd careless—"bat there are/and ifc is thto I qy^ .*^1 -v Game Committee |!^4loff26.~State 1 en Bxncroft hjtts fixed WMiqesd)^, December 4, as the -date* and Huron as the 'plafte of .meeting of the' com mittee selected to draft changes in the game fee sufctaltted to the legislature afc.ihe coming session, az^d to frame up the best method of d'spoi 41 o\ the surplus In th4 state 'game fund, for tbe greatest benefit to the the fund., Thlf committee, which 'was select- :at-a\in!Mting and animafit another proposition be iri^ tOj e^bliah fish hatchery, at sojne peUt^h the pastern part of'^e. St^te, ^nv'the Sioux river, and these dlffereiifc proposittona will be irorked over jfeyyjie committee at *n_. .. ^«ttffl|^tee, wor^? 7 If UwJMMjft oon wnpw ooiltepSi StlRHK Mr :»omirc«se* #jnatUr, when one jyna iVe an'toot."#Sral#* the no on^ wUl e#^a«HdtolSr to&1»ay mote, it tlSiJTiean filet i#k'"aiM IW« dirt and' the repfc 'tu t«regolwf sir held, last^^iiembef, ia composed of Bnoch NoTbeS^ of 'f* y&mfr Yankfonjcvijluw.' "U- %oo^ land» .Sansaro'. *$ .»! »ev^r%l (Uffe^nt raopositions ifofg been advanced the proper disposal pLthe surplus in the game one H&S ill 'I 1 -.0f'*&eBe ^eiog the purchstSe^M^d ,1% I cation of game in the state, both birds iT r, fourtt of reting on ia Lulled as this ingnthl While me^Sg^ W'-^te'RW^'Wv sportsman of thejrfate uri Invited to ir\, ,!