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*c V- v~ i&pv-5 isf* is Rywi! ', 1.0 id Fine each Ir2 0?S AND ALL LOT 1 $2.50, $2.75 and $3.00 Lingerie Dresses made of Lawns and fine Ginghams, all new and from our big manufacturer's purchase. Choice Thursday, Friday and Saturday and AM QC all next week »pliUd This lot is a wonder. Beautiful lingerie dresses made of all the leading materials for this season's wear, such as plain and woven striped voltes, tissues, pure linens in colors and plain white, crepes and ratines. Dresses worth Oasts selling at $7.60. $8.50, $10.00 and $10.95 to clean up quick, during this sale Local Happenings ton McDowell is transacting bus! mews -at Sioux Falls this week. Barium & Bailey's big circus is Mlled for Watertown lor August !. Regular meals at 50 cents each at the Club House. Adv. 4 Br. MuUlft wrs over from Florence Monday. The -M. B". A. lodge gave a very pleasant dancing party at the Wpod maa baH Tueaday evening, Tbe Whooley Packing company -Wlied 140 bogs tj+eir pac^tig plant laet Monday. j. B. Antony,' cashier 4tay regular size suit in the house now selling at $15.00 to JMonday, one day only ot the State Bank ot Goodwin, was a^ Witertoj^n visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Slawsori are over from Huron yWUing relatives^ jand Irifittda. Mrs. August Bhrfee ot Castlewood, -aa in the city yesterday in regard to nose treatment, Mrs. G. Bartron, of Lake City, Minnesota, is in tbe city visiting at the home of her son, Dr. Bartron. You can get board and room (2 in room) at $7.00 ger week at the Club Houaevft 4 NEW STORE THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY BIG MANUFACTURER'S SALIi A Great Purchase of Lingerie Dresses Over 500 Garments Will Go on Sale We have just received from an eastern dress manufacturer their entire stock of washable dresses, about 500 in all, which we will place on sale this week and next week at prices less than you can buy the material for. Remember the sale starts this week Thursday, Friday, Saturday NEXT WEEK Read carefully. The entire stock will be divided into three big lots. Our regular stock will be in cluded in this sale. A word about our Big Clearance Sale which is still going on. You will find handsome and big clearance bargains on display for your inspection, all priced at very small figures. Greatest Extra Specials during this Rig Manufacturer's Sale. Our entire stock of coats in two lots. $5.95 More Balkan Blouses at 69c and 95c. Paulis Goods THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY Adv. 4 Mrs. W. H. Mather is home from improving and hiB ^Huron, whjere she has been visiting mending nicely, friends 'tor a few days. Miller Peterson of Peever, was in Ray Alexandefr i' former resident wof "Watertown, but now residing at .Portland, Oregon, la in the city Visit* relatives and frienc^. B. Smith, who underwent an operation ^t one/of the local hoapltaK several -weeka agp has eufficlewtlr f.e co^ered t6 leafe- tho hpspitftl, Fish' dinners for fishing parties at Club Hqnse, Adv. 4 fir.. lirs. K. Ferguson are si4 from the^'tvffn Titles, where went a '""^rs?,.,Ndrmai|.. sT KrtuSfey, of New fe ^ie dfy Maiting-^ Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hunter are home from their honeymoon trip east and will start housekeeping in the near future* "JQjf W H. A. Babcock ^ho^'as serlouBiy in jured by being- ran down by a motor cycle several weeks ago is rapidly broken leg la Three men who were found guilty of playing "rough house", in Pettit's .Watertown the first part of the week'saloon one flay last week were given to consult a physician in .regard to ten days lalaor on the street In mun nasal trouble, iolpal court' last Monday n. LOT 2 Handsome washable Dresses made of beau tiful floral Voiles, embroidered chambras, lace trimmed lawns and many other new materials. These dresses are worth in a regular way $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $4.75 and $5.00. During this big manufacturer's purchase sale, OO CQ choice each regularly $5.00, $5.75, $6.50, $6,75, $7.00, $7.50, $8.00 and a few as high as $12.50. Our big manufacturer's purchase oale enables us to offer this lot to you at your choice each $3.78 Coats selling at $12.50, $15.00, $18.00, $22.50 and $25.00. For quick selling we offer them at $25.00. boll, pox, one of the older boys having Hev. J. P. Jenkins, formerly pastor come down with the disease one day of the Methodist church In Wat^r-j last week. town, is here for a few days visiting Miss Minnie Cbristopherson is home lrionds from Rochester, Minn., and will spend. .Nlck J. Stelehen and family are. a few days visiting at the home of home from points In Minnesota, where! her mother, Mrs. Henry Christoplier they have been visiting relatives and son of this city. friends for a couple of weeks The Fourt Regiment band will not participate in the maneuvers at Fort Meade this year with the rest of the South Dakota National Guard. For Rent—My modern residence on the north strictly modem and good neighborhood. In quire o! Carl Gray's Photo Studio. 4tt A sack of Monogram flour means a lot of good things to eat in your home. It makes the best of ple^, cakcs and all kinds oP pastry. Adv. 4 George Matthews and family of Brookings, are in the city visiting at the home of Mr. and Mt-s. H. D. Wal rafeh. eant visit with relatives Hev. Clittstianson, of OWa- $8.95 Choice for $9.95 You should use Monogram flour and stop worrying. Adv. 4' George Stelnborn and family have rented a cottage at Stony Point and will'spend the month of July at that popular resort. Mr. Steinborn's moth er is' here from Sioux. Falls and will spend the month with them. Miss ,$&lma Atkinson, formerly a resident of Watertown, but now resid ing at Rochester, Mlnn^ Is in the city visiting old friends. None better~fev£ as good. Mono gram Flour, /'.' Adv. C. C. Kinsman, one of the rural mail carriers out of this city, Is now the owner of the stock of groceries in the Baldwin building on north Oak street. Mr. Kinsman's daughters will conduct the business. The home of Jerry Watkins in the southeast part of the city has been quarantined for diphtheria. A young daughter Is said to have the disease. The little girl is getting along nicely and ta apparently as well as ever. Monogram flour Is made on honor. Nothing better to be had. Adv. 4 Miss Hazel Barker has been con fined to her home for the past week, suffering from a bad bruise on one of Orvlllfl Craig departed Monday for her feet, which she sustained while Minneapolis to resume his duties with the Bureau of Engraving tit tfeat city after a pt in tMfl bathing at Lake Kampeska about a week ago. Jos. Peterson, one of the Buccessfil farmera^reslding northwest of the city Is now the owner of a Stndebaker hflma City, preached his first narmon 1 car. Mr. Peterson "Will find the car Jtt the Cottfcrogattonal church, laatja great convenience tor his trips be Sunday as pastor He ta a very easy a tweett the city and his farm. p.d flu^nt.apeaker, Mayor H. A. Vfagner writes that AVK. Hewy i-ill make a trip to they are now very pleasantly located 3«tiniie?ipoUs(' this week and will make in a cottage on -the shorfe's ot Lake the trip 6a fcifl blCM5ter'p,?!e will be as iard a keg^oif* aall^ .by the time he finishes the Journey. The govern of John- Switch ell tw south trept is qaarantined ftw small 5Jlnn«tonka near Excel6ox«, Minn., Where 1b(4 iajrestlng up and recuperat ing, He especti to return home about the firat oflAnguaU City Auditor X^ano departed THE SATURDAY NEWS, WATERTOWN, S. D. Ite 1*111 be homo 1 J. E. li'iide, «!.. the new Schalb quite badly ascending to ti. material elevt.to :-lip'-d and he ili Hi? was badiy br.nef were bn When you buy buy no regrets f)r. Morrisc-y I iiitien po'iU wi jiHiruStst lor t: months. lie v. ::i hi* city inn: of by Dr. Peter Tennh lirHi of tiie wei lio«]iit!ils for d: i-ntjids. He is .Monogram floi best wheat ami and pastry. Try a—bb—ii A couple of n.' Wolf parage iI, burned about 15.• tin- explosion which they wei-• men suffered bad lace li ml bands •'. only sustained bur Dr. L. G. Hill rierre where le' regular July me.': .Medical Examine* served several and was recently Hynie to succc I rt Fleteller, v. the Klks natioi. is being held a" writes from Den train was wreck' compelled to fin:*! troit in a troth injured in any [iThursday evening for Lake Minne-1 NOTICE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE I tonka, where, he wll spend a few (lavs 1 SALE. pas the guest of Mayor H. A. Wagr.ev 1 and family, who are spending flic month at that popular summer resort. Monday morning, of the workmen 'n building, was injur !her day He was vt]-i'-r s?tory in the when the cable •ppi'd :bout ten feet, j-haki-n up but no 1 i• or till practice taken -'en Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davison are home from a visil wish relatives and friends on the Pacific Coast. Mr. Davison says tlni' he is glad they made the trip as both he and his wife are now satisfied that South Dakota is a good country to iiw in They re port a very enjoyable trip but would not care to go there to reside per manently. Mrs O'Hera, who resides on south me befoie /f |W returning home All ol these gentle men took part: in that great battle The young soa of Mr. and Mrs. E. IS. DeGroff met wilh a serious acci dent on the Fourth of July. He was playing with a toy pistol and iu some manner got hold of a 22 calibre cart ridge with a real bullet in it. The pistol exploded and the boy received the bullet through one of his hands. Br Freeburg was summoned and dressed the wound and the lad is get ting along as well as could be ex pected. Herman Schuelke one of the pros perous farmers residing southwest of Watertown was iu the city the other day and while in conversation with the Saturday News man, said: "My crops are looking very good this year —the straw is not as heavy as last season but the heads are long and unless something unforseen happens I will have a very good crop this year Grain looks well everywhere In my dpart of the country.' Monogram—the best to be had. Carl Gray, t$». popular photograph er, bas just completed a handsome new bungalow on the north side, juat south of his present home. We be lieve we can say without contradic tion that Mr. Gray's new bungalow is one of the finest houses of its kind in the city.'-1 ItfJs striotly modern and is finished In the most modern and approved style. The bungalow con tains two fireplaces, one on the first floor and the other in the basement. The basement •'will be finished nearly as good as th^balance of the bouse, This will gfve?Mr. Gray two modern residences. Hgjj •will, move Into the •new bungalot||f«nd rent the other house. Dr. and MrsgW. A. Weldon, of Los Angeles, Cab, fwho has been in the city visiting lira, Weldon's sister, Mrs. Alice L. Carroll, for a Couple Name of mortgagor, John Ruhr, Jr., Name of Mortgagee. H. A. Hanten. Said mortgage is dated on the 9th day of August 1910, and is now wvneJ by H. A. Hanten. There is now d$ie on said niortgag'. the sum Three Hundred and Fitly-j Two Daid ($352.«0.i, and that de '•ti made in the terms of, ye, the nature of v. hit ayment of said amount or] •reof, except the sum of fault lias said tiler is the til, any part Sever I I Jloiiosram (lour you Adv. returned from !.«• hits b-on so- on the! i,, the local j,| coin. iay. the l: .'. otn onsils and ad• ca :tlni:s nicf'lv. :s miiif-d fn-in thf •r.akes lie best" bread Dollars i. iption of the property ad to lie sold is tis fob The I! tnortcuit I lows One 1. P. Direct Flue Kngint No. I Notice hereby e:t that sa mortgage of said pt K.ur of tiiat li: Adv. 4 ... employed at the v, ere had I lac- and hands by ,:i.„ 'line tend. using. One t'.» burns ubo.'.t the ile the othi ma:, about the i.andn. ..tried Jtui'iiay for .'lit Sell' & of lilt Dr. "s on I ppoillle :imself. is a delegate to convent hm v/hieh P.ociiest.-r. N. V..! Uoai'i: of! Snyder, iril a Mich., hat his and th.it he was! his journey to I car. lie was not Monogram flour has a good reputa tion and it lives tip to it. 'I ry it and you will know what it is to have good flour. Adv. 4 i( .1 be forecii'si 1 a sale i.erty a.i Peter Lindner's town of Knur,'burg. ill of Codington, on Hatur-i (day of .Tuly, at the o'clock in the afternoon 11. A. Hanten, Mortgagee. Verin, 'or Mortgagee. i'ub. Julv In. Shcrin & An orne .- COMMISSIONERS' CHAMBERS (Official Proceedings) Water 1 u, S. D., July Hoard regular I ('ommissio: the 1H1J ommissioners convened ession at the city hall. Countryman presiding, roll call Commissioners .irymaii, Wiersbeck. Ab- Wagner, Commissioner I sent, Ma. Whooley. Minutes aijproved. i.s board bv Gov. last meetng read and a ti."!' A. J. iiammerl:: i'.i'.m O. bane Power Co Oak street was pleasantly sinpnsed -j street ami Property Pay at her home one un? last week, by a number of her lady friends, me oc casion being her sOth hirthd.ij. A /ery pleasant aliertioon was enjojeu by all of the ladies and Mrs. O'lleia was the recipient of a token as a remembrance ot the day. Although Mrs. O'Hera is now eightj years of ag£ she iK as spry and lively as most women at hit} yeais. Knadle Applicatie' of Baldwin for saloon :.cense read. .Moved h. Commissioner Snyder, seconded Commissioner Wiers beck. that -a:d petition be laid over and the Auditor instructed to advertise .-a:: and that final hearing be had on duly 2Sth. 1013. Carried. The tollov-dng hills, being audited. t'i,,M-teeii states idch now "»l pprov: by the proper conimis-! ner Commis.- oner Whooley. f5n Dakota Central Telephom Migratory Birds Protected by Law Jos. A. Combs, Fred Best and Geo. H. Chapman a.e home t.om Gettys protection of mig-.,lory birds are now burg. Pa., where they attendee the. fiftieth anniversary ot the battle ot eGttysburg- Opt. M. J. Hawley will "ele carefuHy asm avoid the po»'b'. •emain in Ihe east a short 1 The proposed regulations for the out and it would be well for hunters the state to read the following ar- ity ot becoming tangled up wh a „n|i. deii"tv state game warden at some fu- da and lived to return to the scene flftj Confess re-e.UI enacted a federal years after that memorable event. All protection of migratory stood the trip well and say they birds and under this law all wild would not have missed it for anything geese wild swans brant, wild ducks, snipe, plover, woodcock, quail, wild pigeons, and all otner migratory game and insectiverous birds which in their northern and southern migrations pass through or do nat remain perm anently the entire year within the borders of any state or territory, shall be deemed to be within the custody and protection of the government of the United States, and shall not be destroyed or taken contrary to regu lations provided therefor. Under this act the department of agriculture was authorized to adopt suitable regulations to give effect to the previous paragraph by prescrib ing and fixing closed seasons, having due regard to the zones of tempera ture, breeding habits, and times and line of migratory Sight. The department is ordered to al low a period of three months to elapse before final adoption and shall permit of public hearings thereon, if desired, before sent to the president for ap proval. The regulations have been drawn and will become effective on or after October 1, 1913, whenever approved by the president. Persons guilty of a violation of this law shall be guilty of a misdemeanor after that date and shall be fined not more than $100 or Imprisoned not more than ninety days, or both, in the discretion of the court. Regulations jas Adopted. A copy of the regulations for the protection of migratory birds has been received from the department of ag riculture by the News and the fol lowing extracts are taken therefrom: A dally clos«d ,season on all mi gratory. game and insectivorous birds shall extend from sunset to sunrise." This regulation prohibiting night shooting is intended to bring about uniformity in provisions now in force in most states protecting waterfowl or other birds at night or within cer tain hours between sunset and miti rise so that the birds, may be unmo lested in their roosting places And may have time to feed after' subset or before sunrise. It will make no change in existing law in about one- of weeks, left Saturday morning .. for their home. They will stop for "two weeks In Coforago Springs visiting another of MtjK: Weldon's slaters, and will also spend a week touring in the national arriving home on about the firafer of August, at which time the doctors leave of absence est $ires. He Is quarantine officer and government surgeon at the port, of San Pedro, a suburb of Los Angeles* a position .\^|eh be t*as held- for many years-J||^ WMMW There /s IJherty, ma account 1 estriction of this ki tioners wei.- allowed by the following ... vote on roil call: Ayes, Commission- Closed Season on Insectivorous Biros ers Snyder. Countryman, Wiersbeck. "A closed season on migratory in ayes, no cays. Absent Mayor Wag- y(_-tivorous bird^ shall continue to Ring off extravagence ring in economy. December 31 1M" and each year 4.-5, thereafter shall begin January 1 and !•.-•" "ontinue to December 31 both dates 1 p.4Ti fiCl Mark \V. Sheai'e. Jr thj- Waters. vti Proiting and Binding tit will if. Lambert I I 4 R. W. Ireiser t:r. Pubi .:- opinion Wati i-tov. ti Light and you wi!! find FREEDOM. The man in not a free man who is worried by debt or fear of the future. Are YOU one of this kind? Five Year Closed Seasons Regulation 4 reads: "A closed sea son shall continue until September 1, 191S, on the following" migratory game birds: Band-tailed pigeons, lit tle browiv sandhill and whooping cranes, swans, curlew, and all shorn birds except the black breasted and golden plover, Wilson or jack snipe, woodcock, and the greater and lesser vellow-legs Bank your money and be independent. We offer YOU the services and safety of OUR bank. Do YOUR banking with US. We pay 4 per cent interest on time deposits and savings accounts. COMMERCIAL BANK G. A. Fountain, Gashier Watertown, S. D. have no inclusive providing that nothing in his regulation shall be construed to 14.G5 prevent the issue of permits for col 8.5: lecting such biris for scientific pur poses iu accordance with the laws l"--'', an ib'.T Stov"r construction Co.. Ms Hess & Rau CiiS Electrical Engineering Co.f(!3.06 tj?i Fouvrn Regiment Band.. 400.00 972.72 Roll 181.00 On morion board adjourned. O. M. Lane City Auditor. regulations in force in the respect 692.S3 states and territories and the Dis- This regulation simply makes uni form the protection now accorded these birds in more than forty stales. It protects the robin, the lark, and other birds iu the few states in which they suffer from art open season. It attempts no change in existing regu lations regarding the issue of permis sion for collecting birds for scientific purposes. This provision is made to harmon ize the absolute protection already given some birds in certain states, the demand for a fivi?-year close season on shore birds, anil the Necessity for greater protection on other birds which have been, hunted beyond the margin of safety. The protection ac corded woodcock and quail is already existing law that on swans has been made uniform throughout all states, and that on wood ducks extended from a few states in the northwest to most of the states in Zone No. 1 east of the Mississippi river. The only important additions are the additional protection given band-tailed pigeons in a few states and the closed season placed on avocets, cranes, curlew, godwits, kildeer, stilts, upland plover, wiilet, and the smaller shore birds. Navigable Rivers. "A closed season shall continue be tween January 1 and October 31, of Washington. "Zone No. 2, the wintering zone, comprising states lying wholly or in part south of latitude 40 degrees and the Ohio river—23 states and the Dis trict of Columbia." Closed Seasons in Zone 1. For the purpose of- the following regulation, each period of time there in described as a closed season shall be construed to include the first and to exclude the last day thereof. "In South Dakota the closed season on waterfowl shall be between De cember 18 and September 10. "In South Dakota the closed season on black-breasted and golden plover, jack snipe or Wilson snipe, and great er or lesser yellowlegs shall be be tween December 16 and September 10." Apparently few changes have been made in existing hunting seasons in Zone No. 1. except in the eliminat tion of spring shooting, and about half of the states in this zone now close the season on'-waterfowl by the middle of December or the first of January. In most states in this zone the hunting season begins on some date in September, and these dates have generally been followed in the regulations. Iu two or three cases in which states have several different seasons for different counties it has been necessary to effect a compromise either by adopting one season or the dates which most nearly conform with the seasons in adjoining states. both dates inclusive, "of each year, on all migratory birds passing over or at rest on any of the waters of the inaiu streams the following navigable rivers, towit: Mississippi river be tween New Orleans, La., and Minne apolis, Minn. the Ohio river between its mouth and Pittsburgh, Pa. andi the Missouri river between its month and Bismarck, N. D. and on the kill ing or capture of any of such birds on or over the shores of any of said rivers, or at any point within the limits aforesaid, from any boat, raft, or other device, floating or otherwise, in or on any such waters." The suspension of hunting on the Ohio, Mississippi and Missouri rivers allows waterfowl a safe highway from their winter feeding ground in the lower Mississippi valley to their nest ing grounds in Minnesota and the Dakotas and farms an. extended reft uge which is easily defined and can be generally recognized. Zones Established 'The following zones for the pro tection of migratory game and insecti vorous birds are hereby established: Zone No. 1, the breeding zone, c©m prising states lying wholly or in part north of latitude 40 degrees and the Ohio river and including Maine, New 'Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, fourth of the states lt/sfflil matee ex-*Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, lating regulation* cleatef ia nlfift Now Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Ih etates It will add on hour's protection diana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, more or less, in the mprSilng and even! Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota* South lng in about one-fourth ot the states [Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyom and It. wlll regulate nlghi shooting in ing. Montana, Idaho, Oregon and \K.. .v, A?'"''., a O A slight change in a few of the state laws would make it possible to elimi nate most of the exceptions and ap parent inequalities in the seasons. As to Hearings. Persons recommending changes in the regulations or desiring to submit evidence in person or by attorney as to the necessity of such changes should make application to the secre tary of agriculture. Whenever pos sible hearings will be arranged at central points, and due notice thereof given by publication or in- other ways deemed apropriate. Persons recommending changes should be prepared to show the neces sity for such action and to submit evidence other than that based on reasons of personal convenience or a aire to kill game during a longer open season. •wi,*-.'. TO THE PUBLIC F. M. Bronson, who was for merly in the jewelry and watch repairing business In the Har rington block, la now with A. Duftner, on E. Kemp avenue where he will be pleased to meet all of his old customers and many new ones. Watch repairing a specialty. Prompt Bervice. Satisfaction guaranteed. •••••••'•••a SEE0S j| »H§ frStJt,, 3*lliii(, Pars Plata.' Kroff Gir.lcH.ldknd superior imvlfsof Our. Sor.nSro 'jfcwa sweetie." 8*R' FOR 10 CENTS we will iiend postpaid cur FAMOUS COLLECTION 1 pty.ftODey ToMte SOc 1 pkf* JMbbms BSiWIs 2»i 1 pk*i»6dMr««rlayC«lti7 -"V- -i».vv-#-5JSSfciftP--r'i*l-+'aoa 1 pkff. Ktrtf arr*vr.W*»«t 10* v—i—m..: -C- 'flJ 1 Ala* 18 Ywlwln Cbowe Ffow 8m6*A TTftU toiftf? Send $0 cunJa to help ptk!!!£.«&& ibct »tnv« "Ftraocft tk^Uewn/' to i«ibor wttfeccr Awr Aad ffirinitfW* far*taa Owute. iiiii QBMT TFOK'TTVEKN &I2KD CO, 1016 Hogs St. Bhetnnatfa pain* an nHwto|.'4by. Er. Miles' Anti-PBin Pfllg.