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Physician and 8urgeon
Office Century Blk. Phone Red 70 ..
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DR. H. J. O'BRIEN
Physician and 3urgeon
Calls promptly attended day or
night. Room 20, Gosb Annex.
Phone Main 311
Watertown South Dakota
Physician and Surgeon
0 ce, Granite Blk., Phone Red
160. Residence 114 2nd Ave. S.
E. Phone Gr^en 160.
Watertown South Dakota
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DR. H. M. FREEBURG
Physician and Surgeon
Granite Block, 4th floor. Office
hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m.
Phone Main 87
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DR. G. P-
All ohronlc and acute troubles
treated successfully. Correspon
dence solicited. Consultation
tree, Office Rooms 27, 28 and
20, Granite Slock, Watertown.
DR. M. WAT80N
OVER OWSLEY'S STORE
Phone Main 2
CASE & 8HURTLEFF
Attorneys and Counselors
Watertown, a. D.
I Practice In All Courts
N. 8T. LOUIS
Undertaker and Funeral Director
This department of our estab
lishment 1B first-class in all its
appointments. 127 E. Kemp
Phone 212-2. Night Call 386-4
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M. H. MAKEPEACE
Guar antees Satisfaction in all A uc| inatruCt!ou.Cit
Professional and Business Cards
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25 years experience
Voice Culture, Singing, Piano,
Choir and Chorus Training
Studio in Shcafe Bid ., N. Oak
Over Ainsworth's Musio Store
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O. N. WHISTLER
Prop. Central Market
Frefh and Cured Meats, Oys
ters, Fish and Game
Phone ulain 31 116 E. Kemp
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W. J. DEAN
Painting and Decorating
in all its branches
THE COMMERCIAL HOUSE
This house has recently been
thoroughly renovated, repaper-
ed, and otherwise improved.
Good meals properly prepared
and good service. Your patron
age solicited. Rates $1 a day.
G. S. IRELAND, Proprietor
.. Watertown South Dakota ^oftlce. snitfit lr .GmniteBi'k. Tei.Kedaat
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.Residence: 1 itli Ave.S.-E. Tel. Green 2W
R. M. Burlingame, M. D., C. M.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
.Office fully equipped with modern ippa
rntus for treatment of suitable cneey.
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tion S ales of Live Stock or March an,. communications may be addressed to..
Arrange your datas ahead.
I Watertown, S.
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THE SATURDAY NEWS THE "LIVE WEEKLY"
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BRICKELL EVA E. WILLIAMS
CONL .UCTION CO. Abstracter
Architects, Co-.tractors, Builder* Conveyancer, Notary Public
Plans and p.a .u.Btes i'un»..,p«' Real estate bought and sold.
Office and shops 114 1. Av.S.W.
Phone Green 83
FRANK B. FENWICK, F. S. A.
Professor of Music
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Watertown x: South Dakota
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IMISS EVANGELINE SMITH!
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
Pupil of Henry Schradieck, New York,..
innd wlllUuti Yunck, Detroit conservatory.,.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Agency for Are and life lnsur- ..
ance. Your patronage solicited.
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HANTEN MACHINE CO.
Machine and Boiler Makers ,,
Maple Bay Stackers
Flue Welding a Specialty
Watertown S. D.
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When It Comes to Printing Try
iiTtie Saturday News
JSal isfaction, economy ami prompt
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Talking Machines «j
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J. WM. DIETZ
15V& S. Oak St. Phone Red 406. Upholstering, Awnings, Tents
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Moss Mattresses made
to der and renovated.
112% W. Kemp Ave.
All work guaranteed j
112 So Maple St.
E. P. TROEH
E A E I N
When It's Cold
„4 "You ufeed a really good Heater, a he^ler Mat
And you want a heater that, will not waste fuel
a heater that will give lots of heat for little expend
And you want a heater that will wear well, that
Ipron^t rip and crack, that will stay satisfactory
Just call on Poulson, he knows all about stoves,
and has a complete line at right prices.
WATERTOWN, S. D.
LOUCKS & MATHER
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Rooms 13-14 Goss Blk.
Practice in All Courts
MARK W. SHEAFE, Jr.
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Special attention given to col-
$ lections. Room 6, Mellette Blk.
Watertown, S. D.
L. S. DEMING
Piano Moving a Specialty
118 No. Maple. Phone Main 307
|]~or Transfer and Dray Work Try
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Attorney Codington Co.
Office in Court House
to® house cozy and comfortable.™
OF THE LIVE CITY WATERTOWN, 3. P.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE BY
Whereas default has been made
in the payment of the principal and
interest on a note for $200.00 dated
April 9th 1908 given by JamesCarr
and Mabel Carr to Otto C. Behnke
the said note being one of six pro
misorv notes given by James Carr
and M»bel Carr to Otto C. Behnke
dated April 9th. 1908 drawing six
per ivnt interest payable semi-an
nually for the amounts and due as
follows:$200.00 due Nov. 1st. 1908,
$200.00 due May 1st., 1909, $200.00
due Nov. 1st., 1909, $200.00 due May
1st 1910, $200.00 due Nov. 1st 1910,
$100.00 due May 1st 1911 and se
cured by a mortgage dated April
9th 1908, executed and delivered
by James Carr and his wife Mabel
Carr, of Codington county, South
Dakota, mortgagors, to Otto C.
Behnke and Sarah Behnke, wife,
whose postoffice address is Daven
port, Scott County, Iowa, mortga
gees, and which mortgage was re
corded in the office of the Register
of Deeds of Codington County
South Dakota, in Book 84 of Mort
gages, on page 226,on the 10th day
of April, A. D. 1908, at 8:40
o'clock A. M.
Whereas, it was stipulated in
said mortgage that if default
would be made in the payment of
any of said notes, or interest,
when due, then all of said notes
shall become due and collectible Tat
the option of holder, without no
tice, and that said mortgage might
|be foreclosed 'by the legal holder
Whereas, by reason of said de
fault the said mortgagees, Otto C.
Behnke and Sarah Behnke, wife,
the legal owners and holders of
said mortgage, have elected to de
clare and have declared the whole
sum of principal and interest of
said debt, due and payable.
Whereas, the amount declared
to be due upon said mortgage, at
the date of this note is the sum of
eleven hundred forty and 33-100
dollars ($1140.33) principal and
interest and a legal attorneys fee.
Now, therefore, Notice is hereby
given that by virtue of the podwer
of sale contained in said mort
gage, and duly recorded as afor
esaid and pursuance of the statute
in such case made and provided,
the said mortgage will be fore
closed by a sale of the mortgaged
premises therein described, at pub
lic auction, at the front door of
the Court House in the city of Wa
tertown, in Codington County,
South JDakota, on the, 11th day of
January, A. D. 1909, at the hour
of ten o'clock in the forenoon of
said day the mortgaged premises
are situated in the county of Cod
ington, South Dakota, and are de
scribed as follows, to wit: Lot
numbered (9) nine in block num
bered (7)) seven, in the town of
Florence, South Dakota, and con
taining (22) twenty two ft., wide
by (125) one hundred twenty five
feet deep more or less.
Dated at Watertown, South Da
kota, this 19th day of November,
A. D., 1908.
Otto C. Behnke and Sarah Behnke
Owner of Mortgage.
Hanitga & Hanten
Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Watertown, S. D. 23-28
State of South Dakota, county of
Codington, ss. In county court.
In the matter of the estate of
Frank Lindner, deceased.
Notice of .sale of real estate.
Whereas, an order of the county
court of Codington county, South
Dakota, was made on the 16th day
of November, 1908, directing Anna
E. Lindner, as administratrix of
the estate of the above named
Frank Lindner, deceased, to sell at
private sale certain real estate, the
property of said decedent.
Now, therefore, in pursuance
of said order of sale the under
signed will on or after the 7th day
of December, A D., 1908, sell at
private Mile to the highest bidder
the real^estate in said order of
sale described, towit: The north
east quarter of section eighteen
(18) township one hundred and sev
enteen (117), range fifty one (51)
west of the 5th P. M.in Codington,
county, South Dakota.
The terms upon which said pro
perty will be 3old are as follows
all of the purchase price .thereof
payable in cash, except that the
purchaser assume a first mortgage
against said land, for thirteen hun
Said real will be offered
for sale at the residence of the un
dersigned. HO. 6 R. F. Water
town, in said county, and bids in
writing received at Baid place.
Anna E. Lindner^
Administratrix of the estate of
Frank Lindner, deceased. 22-24
We believe it is the ambition of
every woman who has charge of
a family, to have the best bread
that can be made, and the first
requisite is good flour. Every
house wife realizes that care must
be taken to produce a light spongy
First: Good flour.
Second: Good yeast. (Home
made potato yeast preferred.)
Third: Intelligent and careful
mixing. (Don't put in too much
flour. If you do the bread will be
dry and crumbly.)
Fourth: Proper temperature
Fifth: Sufficient kneading.
Sixth: When the loaves have
risen to the right point they should
be placed in a properly heated
Seventh: Care in baking.
We can furnish you with the first
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flour which has no equal as a bread
producer. Tt is rich in gluten—
gluten she ESSENTIAL for brain,
bone, sinew and muscle. Hence
"GARLAND" will make more
bread,and give your boys and girls
vigor and brain power to meet
competition in these strenuous
times—either in base, basket or
football, or in business later in
The "GARLAND FLOUR" is
manufactured from the finest hard
glutinous wheat produced from the
virgin soil of South Dakota, and
is only to be obtained under the
Loyalty to family, LOYALTY to
your city—LOYALTY to your
home industries should be your
watchword. Watertown's manu
facturers cannot succeed unless
they receive the loyal support of
W. H. STOKES MILLING CO.
FOOTBALL INJURY FATAL
Boy Player Dies Under Knife Used to
While a number of charitable wo
men in Deadwood were giving a ben
eilt musical performance to defray
the expenses of the boy's operation by
a celebrated surgeon Louis Wagner,
the fourteen-year-old boy who suf
fered partial- paralysis as the result of
a football game, died under the sur
geon's knife In Chicago. Young Wag
ner's head was injured and a blood
clot formed on the brain. The money
aised will be used for his funeral ex
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Carry it upside down In vfest or
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It always flows free. Easier to use
than a lead, pencil, for it never re-,
The' only -lotintaJn pencil or stylo
pen that responds to the quick touch
so essential for rapid writing.
Not affected Hy acids or Inks.
Perfectly simple, nothing_to g6t
clogged, lost or.out of order."'.
Very attractive in appearance
Qap and body made of Polished Red,
Vulcanite The feed is IMaunum
and the Writing Point is indium
^Very convenient 3lsse—four
one-half, inches long^-just right for
vest pockat, purse or bag. Kqually
adapted for the home,' offlce or
school. Used every day by the
teacher, the clerk, the student, the
farmer and the business man
Ask any dealer in fountain .pens
for a price on this or «.ny other Stylo
Ink Pencil. Then send one dollar to
me, and I will mail you sample as
described above, complete with hher
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all .In a neat box.
VVrap the dollar Wil in^sheet of
paper and I will take the risk.
Money back if you want It,
How can •tdo it? :That'jj »!mpfe. I
sell thousands .'Where s^isur, dealer
sells one.'. .*,-!•
Send to-day, before yod forget It.
Address. GE-O. COOK, |»|*irtb«ter.
WE CARRY FLOUR
of such high grade that there is no
use in looking for better. It isn't
made. The first sacK you use will
prove that to you.
Order Us to Send Ton Out
today so that you give it a tria.
When your folks commence to say
nicer things apout your baking, you'll
have proof that our flour is superior
to other brands. Good baker as you
have been, you'll be better with
better flour like ours.
Kampeska Milling Co.
S. C. Rhode Island Red
ROOSTERS FOR SALE
Geo. W. Dixon, 22SS&*
For Street and Stable
We are showing a fine line of
All Wool Blankets in plain and
fancy colors. These blankets
are of exceptionally fine quality
and are the biggest value ever
Make a choice before the lot is
reduced in quantity. The ear
liest buyer get the pick of the
C. A. Neill
Watertown South Daokta
benefits by that close contact:
with the other growing cities
and towns in the seventeen
Rock Island states which
efficient transportation facil*
^l|They benefit, ,too,^y &at
Steady growth in population
and prosperity which the rail
road is instrumental in secur
ing for all its home territory.
Ever think of
it that w^jr?
O. L. Beck
Agent. Rock Island Lta«#e