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Don't risk even one singlepenny
And I will tell tou why say this. it lu bwaiue every paclcase of Dr. Shoop't medicine is absolutely free %f it fails. No one need risk even one tingle icniiy. Jut think whkt this maanB to tho suffering tide I si No risk, nwnctwnse, nothing whatever un* feat health firw raturtis. iFor 30 full days, and without the rfaPOT a/piiUie peony, you can iue either of my tWTS JarouafMnedtes—Dr. Shoop's Restorative orWrsBga&nCfieumatlc Remedy. Then why take any chance whatever? Why purchase any medicine whose maker dare not back it just as I do by this remarkable offer And besides. I am no staujAr to you. My "No MpfnaApayVpKiJim made Dr. Shoop's Restomf yfya Ifioftejfi 9»ery dm* store In the land. Thi no chance whalBve* Bere.' For twenty years Dr. Shoop's medicines have become thoroughly standardized all over America. And I havefCpKMJted honest and respond Ible druggists JiTfcefjrAity/ho# village every where to yours-. These selected dnufetsts &r<*pia*nWmlr fnodicines with the sick—and rne entire risk is mine alone. But write me first for an order. I have an agent in almost every commun ity—but all druggists are not authorized to graut the 3(1 day test. So drop me a line, please—and thus save all disappointments and delays. Besides, you are free to consult me by letter as you would your home physician. Do so freely and fully—if you desire. My advice and the book below are yours—and without cost. Perhaps a word or two from me will clear up some serious ailment. I have helped thousandsupon thousands by my private prescription or personal advloe plan. Besides, the books will open up new and helpful ideas to you. They tell of my 30 years ex perience at the teisidjklln homes and in Hospi tals. All phaseFprsnxnesi and are told of here. They MI pi iraifcr mMm|relief "inside nerve" no larger thajTof sllwnUlueu (Mt gives to the Heart Its impulse. How the Stomach and Kidney each have their inside or power nerve. Hov these organs surely falter when these controllng nr master nerveytiSftn to fail. How Dr. Shoop's Restorative go«duRtbL to these failing nerves, and rebuilds, andiritqrajp^iad restores the lost tone and powotijl can surejr help you—If It is within the power of medlpnl to do so. My best effort is surely worthyoiir simple request. So write now, while it is fresh Tirmind, top tomorrow never comes. Dr. Shoop, Box 12, Racine. Wis.' Which Book Shall I 8n4 TooT No. 1 On Dyspepsia No. On the Heart No. S On the Kidneys No. 4 Fqt Women No. 5 For Men Ho. 6 On Rheumatism. Dixon's Rhode Island Reds .. [^"•JtofcrWMT "i»6fr —-T"* ,v./ •rCM*^:_LL3Taci,ceMl^*az Eggs for Hatching. Pure bred S. C. Rhode Island Red chickens, $1.50 per 15 $4.00 per 45 $7.50 per 100 Also some fine pure six weeks seed potatoes at $1.00 per bushel. Geo. W. Dixon, west of Catholic cemetery, Watertown, S. D. Phone 6 L. Fpr Sale —Tjhoroughbred Plymouth Rock Eggs. Inquire of N. Stafford at Neill's harness shop. F. A. BUSS xpe ia ana Repairer All Work Guaranteed. eonable. Ainsworth Music Store "mm Terms Kea- Phone red 99 FOR CONSTIPATION. We are so positive Rexall Orderlies will promptly relieve constipation that we offer. to furnish the medicine free of all cost if the user is not satisfaciorilly benefitted. Surely we could offer no better argument as to why you should try Rexall Orderlies. They are particularly pleasant, are eaten like candy, and may be taken at any time of day or night without inconvenience. Two sues. IOC. and 25c. R. W. Kreiser The Rexall Store. Dr. Harry I. Bartron Physician and Surgeon Office Hours: 8 to 12 a. m., 1 to 3p. m., and 7 to 9 p. m. Office and Residence- over Postoffiice, Suite 21 Telephone Main 144 CROUP stopped in 20 minntea I mre witi Br. Shoop's Croup Bemttdjr. One __ test will atuelyjptote. -tnss. A safe andplsas3o^rn^Ste?f}rnni^e! Plercy Sell* Rubber 8tamp« •jiiisi Mrs. Charley Vetter has staying with her daughter Oscar Lundgren. She came Sunday. BY OUR, EGUtcAH STAFF CORRESPONDENTS#. NEWS. Mrs. Oscar Lundgren are the proud parents of a bright baby girl which arrived at their home last Wednesday. Mother and baby are doing fine. Mrs. E. C. Eichhorst and Char lotte McLaughlin were in the live city Thursday on business. Miss Clara Jenson spent Friday afternoon with Charlotte McLaugh lin. Harry Lundgren visited theWil cott boys Sunday. James Cook and family spent Sunday with John Cook. Thiede's attended church at Gro ver Sunday. s. Walter and Henry Zerfas, Ed Rich and Carl Vetter spent Sunday evening at E. C. Eichhorst's. been Mrs. home A would be ball game was ed Sunday at Fittje's but it proved to be a fake. play- HAPPY HOOLIGAN Confinement cases a specialty, Mrs. Dell Schoolcraft, D.O. 44tf. FULLER & PHIPP8 FANCIES Mrs Florence Phillips returned to the'live city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Armstrong called on Mr. and Mrs. H. Jones Harry Jones bot some sheep of John Phillips this week. School closed in district No. 48 Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones called on John Phillips Thursday. Miss Capitola Griffis called at Phillips Saturday. Miss Hattie McPeek called on Mrs. Lois Christian and also on Mrs. Augusta Engler and Mrs Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fisher and daughter Nellie of the live city spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Fred Phillips. Lloyd Fisher returned with his father to the live city Sunday eve ning. Misses Nellie and Effie Phipps spent Sunday with their sister Mrs. Cleora Bodtker. Nellie and Lloyd called on their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. D. Dar ling. MERRY WIDOW. BENTSON, THE DRUGGIST. WAVERLY WHIFFS This looks as tho the dust was going to keep moving some. Chas. Raatz left last Friday for Arlington, Minn.,to accept a posi tion with a cement contractor at that place at $5 per day. S.H. Tromanhauser was up from Minneapolis yesterady and met the officers of the Farmers eleva tor company and signed up the Contract for the elevator operation to commence at once or as soon as the material arrivefion the place. Miss Bell Anthony of the live city visited at the P. J. Klein home the past week. Posters are out for a dance in the town hall on Friday May 21st. Halstead's military orchestra will furnish the music. Frank Schurmann and" Math Steichen are attending the May term of circuit court at the live city as jurors. Ball Game at Troy on Saturday the 15th between Waverly-Troy vs Stockholm-Strandburg. Heap good time. Rrof. Vail has purchased a com plete farming outfit and will start operations at once. He will put in 75 acres to potatoes. Frank Achartz made a business trip to Cobben, Minn., and will probably locate there in the near future. Louis Marsch will build an ad dition to his residence east of town. Louis must intend to get married as this new,Jiouse iaoks kind of sus- Miss Anna Klein is. working at the dress making trade at the live city at present. John Kranz and family of Kranz burg were visitioife at the B. Bran driet home Sunday. PIERCY tells typewriter ribbons. IRews5 W. A. Schurmann made a busi ness .trip to the live city Tuesday. The night train on the St. L.last Thursday came very Bear having an accident. The high wind had started a box car on the side track aftd landed it on the switch but some how or other it was seen by the agent who was on deck with a red light. The engineer would have been unable to have seen the obstruction if it had not been for the red light. FRITZ. BENTSON, THE DRUGGIST. :''\:rr4 HENRY HUMMERS Mrs. Youtz gave a May basket party to her Sunday school class Wednesday evening. All had a delightful time. E. WrBykes and Dr. Eddy start ed on their trip to Grand Junction, Col., Thursday evening. They will stop at different places on their way. Mr. Sykes goes with the intention of locating there if he likes the country, Mesdames Ring, Eddy, Sasse and Rawlins served supper for the Cong, ladies aid Tuesday and took in over $13. Eugene Keyes. went to Minn. last week. Frank McGill went to Chicago with a load of hogs Friday. He will spend a few days visiting his parents, if VS®/,' The M.E. missionary society itfet with Mrs. DeSart Wednesday. Fern and Catherine Brando spent Monday night with the Sykes girls. Gladys Clegg spent Wednesday1 night with Elda Sykes. George Washtoag has sold' Kis meat market to Pete Coyle who hag already taken possession. H. M. Griffin has sold liis share in the blacksmith shop to Ed Gin ther and his residence to Jerry Crowley with the intention of ihov ing to California. Bert and Dale Van Hook came up from DeSmjt to attend tne fun eral of their sister Mrs. Johnston. Rob Johnston came up from Hu ron where he is attending school and Esther Johnston came up from the live city where she is attending school to attend the funeral of their sister-in-law Mrs.Will John• ston. Prof. Stackman only gave lessons week on account of his Clark. singing master one night this concert at OBITUARY Emma Francis Van Hook Johns ton was born in DeSmet, S. D., Oct. 17, 1882 and departed this life April 30, 1909, being at the time of her death 26 years,5 months and 14 days old. She was unitec in marriage to Mr. W. B. Johnston Aug. 9, 1903. Two children have come into this home Vesta aged and Walter aged 3. She leaves her little children her husband.her mother, a sister, three brothers and a multitude of friends and re latives to mourn her loss. Six weeks ago last Saturday occurred the accident which finally resulted in her death. Since then all that care and loving kindness could do has been done. Only those in the home apd by the bedside will ev^r know the fortitude and suffering of those long weeks. She was of a cheerful and happy disposition and brightened the lives of all whom she knew yet beneath it all was strain of serious thotfulness which impressed all those who knew her. A mother, a wife, a sister, friend is gone who cannot be re placed. To the Ladies. Dear Madam: I? -X We believe it is the ambition^ every woman who has charge of a family, to have the best bread that can be made, and the first requisite is good fiour. Every house wife realises that care must be taken to produce a light spongy bread.. SO *. First:1 Gobd fioui^^'' 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 for rising. Fifth: Sufficient kneading.ip| Sixth: When the: loaves liavi risen to the right point they shoulci a properly heated be placed- in oven. ,' Seventh: -Care in baking. We can furnish you.with the first requisite, jn the "OAKLAND" flour which has no equal as a1 bread producer. It is rich in gluten— gluten the 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,v basket or football, or in business later in life. The "GARLAND FLOUR" i« manufactured from the finest hard glutinous wheat produced from the virgin soil' of South Dakota, and is only to be obtained under the brand''GARLAND.'' 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 hgr people.-. _W. H. .STOKES MILLING CO A book on Rheumatism and a trial treatment of Dr. ^Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy—liquid or tablets—is being sfint free to suff erers by Dr. Snoop, of Racine, Wis. You that are well, get this book for some discouraged, dis heartened sufferer! Do a simple act of humanity! Point out this way to quick and certain relief Surprise some sufferer, by first getting from me the booklet and 1| the test. He will appreciate your aid. A. Duffner. 46-49 Plercy 8ella Steamship Tickets?^ It's* on season. EXTRACT Sgcl" TOWSLEE & TOWSLEE, WATERTOWN, S. .GENTLEMEN:g^?- In jrour last communication, Which I just received today, You did ask if I would write you And within my letter say How I like your Forman, Ford Paint: So I hasten to reply, For your paint is quite the finest .That JL'ye ever chanced to try. Now I used to own a cottage But I let it all run down, And I tried in vain to sell it—, No one wanted it in town. Finally a friend suggested "Why not paint the house and try Forman. Ford & Co. Paifct? It's the finest you can J" vuV." •v Towslee & HARDWARE SF» 4 "f While You are Buying a Buggy hy Not Purchase the Be &X -T, AJ&HH For the Nursing Mother The mothcrY htslth tnd strength tre ol vitil Importance during the nurting period DigtilO Mill Extract ill a highly concentrated, pre digested liquid food,: which h» not only.' the power to dtgett other foods, but aUo to create to the new rich blood, and fatty nuiter oecctttry formation of itrength-giving milk. JPetlatabie and Effici At albDrut SlWft Pf MAlM Otik* THEO. BAMM BREWING CO., ST. PAUL Ham fit Famous ther. Try an Ad in tlie Mews it will Pay You So somfe' ['Tis And, ... Why, the house looked just like new. But the best part of this story, I believe has not been told: Two days after it was painted With your paint, the house was sold. Now the point Of this whole Must be plain enough^Tin sure,-l? Forman, Ford & Co. Paint You will find is strictly pure. For the cottage, house or mansion This paint cannot be surpassed, Price the lowest, grade the highest, Thus are other paints out-classed. a I have the most complete an stock of vehicles in the city. Not Yours trjily A. P.. A INTER 1 Xi»i, *V" the floor—cleaned up everything last My stock of buggies and carriages is of the Deere & Webber manufacture, and they are no doubt the pest made and most a a peotfull^i$knvite you to inspect my line of vehicles this spring. I have a full and com plete line, ft will afford me great pleasure to show you this line whether you buy or hot. P. MOE I 1 MS* ism ex up-to-date old job an l!