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j'. :xm4f.- ni fd CLEARANCE SPECIALS On DRY GOODS that you can't afford to miss 27 inch Sateen in all colors, per 30 inch Black Sateen, quality as good as any at 25c per 1 0 yard IOC Best .Apron Ginghams, Clearance Sale, per yard Uu A big lot of."White Goods, Clear- Ofl per ance Sale, LESS 42 inch Pillow Tubing, 45 inch Pillow Tubing, Because, we ftave the up-todate line of Tkin Model M&V Watche. -JThe kind you like. Sadies' Bracelet Watche£|| 'he beet to be had for the money. and Opticians Should was issued yee- 10c v. 36 inch Excellent Quality All Silk Taffeta, per yard, A7 only .. Al A small lot of "Wash Goods. Clearance Sale !UC Our 29c and 35c Handsome "Wash Goods, 40 inches wide, Clearance Sale, 091/« per yard L0/2u Our 50c Awning Striped Skirting, 9D« per yard ..«JUU All our New Piques, Clearance ."fA per Sale, LESS IU cent A special lot of Wash Silk, Ofl per Clearance Sale, LESS fcU cent 25c Crepe Wash Goods during a an S a I .c\j cent 19c R. L. Eddy Writes Fronl Marengo, 111. iM- A personal letter received by the editor of The Saturday News from Robert L. Eddy, more familiarly known as "Bob" Eddy, is appended.) Marengo, 111., July 6. 1916. Dear Friend: I seem to have slipped out of Wa tertown and the vacuum caused there by watt so Insignificant as to be un noticed, and for fear that you might be worried because of my non-appear ance I thought I would acquaint you with my whereabouts. I am ni present looking at the scenery to which I was accustomed in boyhc"!. Krra but it is hard to estab lish many of the old landmarks as the changes that have taken place in the thirty years that I have lived In Wa tertown have been numerous and em phatic. and the faces one meets, with few exceptions, are strange and un familiar, however I have visited some of the cemeteries and there I read on the monuments the names of many of my former associates. The weather here now is all that could be asked for a good crop of corn but it has been very slow this spring in reaching that kind of weath er. "They tell me that it has been so wet here that farmers could hot plant 1 actually saw corn planters at work on the farm where I was.Ttgsed July July $ and in several places atCyr corn Just coining up that had not yet been cultivated, and I could but note that corn near Watertowii is better th*n any that I saw from Janeeville, Wia* Bouth. But the fields of al falfa. and timothy beautiful and bentiful and oats/ iU»d barley are Kr*»t.^T J/ ^V^V sic of Vtitt are great. v, Paulis Dry Goods THE SATURDAY NEWS, WATERTOWN, S. D. MAMMOTH JULY CLEARANCE SALE Beginning Wednesday Morning, July 12, continuing 10 days, to July 22 Remember our entire stock including new hot weather goods will go Coats valued at $15.00, $18.00, and A rack of handsome Dress Skirts, $6.50. Choice Respectfully, 1" R. L- Eddy. NEW METHOD PROPOSED. Bill Proposes to Place Railway Mailf Pay In Hands of Commission. Washington, D. C.—The senate has agreed to a new method of adjusting railw&y- mail pay 3n adopting an amendment to the post office appro priation bill which provides that the interstate commerce commission shall investigate and determine the method and amount of railway mail pay. At the present time payment is made on a weight basis and is de termined by the postmaster general. Senator Sterling secured the adoption of an amendment which is by many considered of great importance in the determination of what is a fair rate of compensation to the railroads for hauling the mails. It provides that fixing and determining what are fi and reasonable rates tor such ser vice the commission Bhall at clearance prices. Many of our customers who have come to know the unusual values found in our July Clearance Sales, delay a good deal of their buying until our sales are announced. This season our July Clearance Sale will again be up to its usual standard in values and quality. If you have not been previously interested in these sales, it can only be because you have not realized their possibilities. For instance, Coats at $3.95 to $9.98, worth $7.50 to $25.00. Silk Dresses, less 33J£ per cent. Silk Waists at $1.19, $1.98 and $2.29. Georgette Crepe Waists at $3.19, $5.38. $25.00. Clearance Sale, choice Suit Offering, clearance sale, Vi Price PAULIS' Goods THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY Watertown, South Dakota ant are conspicuous this yea* by their absence as well as other small fruits except strawberries and they are now about gone for this season. We will visit here until about the 14th and after a visit with relatives and friends in Chipago expect to re turn about the 20fch. fg consider the relation existing between tbe railroads as public service corpora tions. and the government, and tbe nature of such service, as distinguish ed from the ordinary transportation business of the railroads. Senator Sterling contended that there is "a difference in the nature of the carry- certainly of the service, the fact that the nu^ terlal carried as mail Is of the sane general character, the certainty of ttie pay and the protection the railroad* have from the government because of ^hewles ^f. tre.uswilly so abund- t)k» faotthat they carry the mails, aw .-IT $9.9S factors which should be considered in fixing the rate of railway mail pay. AID GIVEN LORIMER COSTS BANK MILLION Chicago, 111.—A decision making the Central Trust Company of Illi nois liable for $1,250,000, in connec tion with the failure of the La Salle Street Trust and Savings bank, has been handed down by Judge Frederick A. Smith in the circuit court. On October 21 1912, the La Salle institution changed from a national to a state bank. According to testimony, William Lorimer, its president, to comply with a law requiring that the capital and surplns of a start® bank must be paid in cash, then asked Charles G. Dawes, president of the Central Trust, to cash a check for $1,250,000. This according to the testimony, Mr. Dawes agreed to do and the Central Trust cashed the check drawn on the La Salle Street bank.- The money was given to Mr. Lori mer and he turned it over to the state bank examiner, who gave it back to Mr. Lorimer with a certificate of the bank's incorporating as a state bank. Mr. Lorimer then returned th'e money to the Central Trust and re ceived his check and the La Salle Trust and Savings bank was organ ized. KRUPP BU8INES8 GOOD 13,000 WOMEN WORK Vienna, Austria.—The annual report of the Krupp works at Essen says the number of women employed by Kruppi has rtsen m^re taarrtenfold. In Aug ust, 1914, Just before the war broke out, the .company's payroll included 31,880 men and only 1,414 women. At the end of April last thepe figures had risen to 55^49 men and 13.032 Silk Taffeta Dresses durino' $1.98 JOHNSON ADVISES THE anJ -c^ MOOSE TO DISBAND mys*- San Francisco, Cal.—Governor Hi ram Johnson advised the progressives here in state convention that their reasonable course was a progressive organization with both the republican and democratic parties. Governor Johnson, who has an nounced he will support Charles E. Hughes for president, made this statement after Hughes had sent him a telegram today urging that the re publicans and progressives work to gether to accomplish their common aims. The announcement that Governor Johnson is wUlilng to be a candidate for the United States senate was en thusiastically cheered. IK®? PRISONER IS SUSPECTED v. OF SLAYING 20 PEOPLE Topeka, Kaiu—William Mansfield must answer to the siaie of Iowa to the accusations that he is the man who has murdered nearly 20 people in different places oyer the?\ tJnited States. The requisition for the alleged niur derer was granted here this morning by Governor Arthur Capper, after a hearing yras held in his ofltce. Mans field produced affidavits to show that he did not go by the nickname, of "Blackie." He admitted being a*de serter from the army and navy. He it accused, of the murder four years a husband, wlfe wtd chUdren at fWisca, $2.29 Georgette Waists. Clearance 09 10 Sale .. «pOi I Regular $6.00, $6.50 and $7.00 Georgette Crepe Waists. Choice, Clearance OK 90 Sale (pOiuU Jap and Voile Waists, worth $1.75 flji 4f| to $2.00. Choice $ 11 I Voile Waists, worth $1.50. Clear- OQ„ ance Sale uUb OTHER SPECIALS at CLEARANCE PRICES You will find hundreds of other specials on sale not advertised here. Remember you get a reduction on nearly everything throughout our entire store during this Big July Clear ance Sale. women. Bertha Krupp, the "Cannon Queen," is credited with having re ceived an income from the works last year of more than 100,000,000 marks or $25,000,000. &-JX Co. 091/ Clearance Sale, LESS Jw/3 Big Waist Bargains Silk Waists for this Clearance Sale in lots Per cen^ IS YOUR GIRL ONE FOLLOW-, ING ALONG THESE FOOTSTEPS? Is she following tbe fashion set by the undressed chorus girls of the stage? Is she bedecked in flimsy garments meant to display the contour of a shapely figure? Is her walking dress cut so low. that one would think she was on her way to the opera and so high that the color of her stockings is discern ible? Are her fingers, neck and arms cov ered with gaudy jewels cheaply imi tated on the 5 and 10 cents counters Is her face rouged and powdered with the freedom of the brazen demi monde? Is she dining, drinking and dancing with the giddy midnight throng in an atmosphere of excitement? Is she joy riding on Sunday and neglecting the church and her mother and father? Is the pursuit of pleasure, frivolity and fashion the sonsuming passion of her heart? l! Is she going the pace in the reck#' lesB desire to shine in the blazing1 light of the cabaret and to be known as one of the fast set? Is she walking the primrose path of dalliance with no thought of the journey's dreadful end? Are her companions lifting her Up or dragging her down? Is Bhe seeking the love of one man? or basking in the sunshine of many without manhood? Is her modesty a mockery, the pray er book and Bible relics of the past and mother's ad^Jce the played-out whim of the anltjtauated? Is she no longer a comfort to those at home, the confiding delight -of her mother and the pride of the family circle? Is this your daughter, are you jyoud ot her? Look at her latest phq tograph. Then take down the picJ— of her xnother or grandmother.