Don't Risk even a penny—until health returns.
And I mean just exactly that.
I am the one physician who Bays to tho sick,
will, out of my own pocket, pay lor your medi
cine 11 it fails to bring 011 help!"
And for 20 years Dr. Shoop's medicines have
been used and recommended in every city and
hamlet in America. They are positively stand
ard in every community aud everywhere
Then why pay the cash, and at your ri»k, fo
other unwarranted und uncertain medicines'
Thousands upon thousands have In tho pay
successfully us- Ir. Shoop's Hestorativo.
WhenthnHto- niach nerves)
or the Heart A or Kiln«-y
ncrves fail. I wT theseFirkon
know how I quickly Dr
8hoop's lie- storativo wil
bring them back to health again. But twst of ull.
they positively take no money risk whatever.
They know that when health fails to return I'r
5*'hoop will himself jfladly pay the dnijrpi.-t for
that test. And forthat test full UO day treat
ment is freely granted.
But write mo first for an order.
This will save delay and disappointment.
AH druggists sell Dr. Shoop's Itartnnitivo and
I'r. Mioop'x Kheuinati
Remedy. but A* 0* all are nm
authorizedto 1H fll givo th*
day test. So II Hjm 11 dropm.-aline
please—for I Imvrnptm
ed an honest ami rcsponiM«« druggist inalu
ev»*ry community. cv« ry u) en-, to issue my "no
help, no pay." medicines to the sick.
Tell me also which book you need.
The hooks telow will surely open tip n»*w ari-1
helpful ideas to iJm.-" %v)io ar
not well. Beside- ou are p'Tf-«t
ly free to onsult 1^ Su me jiu-t as jnu
would your CI W home physic
ian. My advico Jf and the b«jok
below are yotirs—and without cost.
Perhaps a word or two from mo will clear tip
some serious ailment. 1 h»\" helped thousmd?
upon thousands by my private prescription or
ersonal advice plan. My bestelTort in Mire]y
worth jour simple request. So write now while
you havo it fresh In mind, lor tomorrow nev-3
comes. Dr. SIioop, Box
Which Book Shall 1 Bend Tout
No. 1 On Dyspepsia No. 4 For Women
No. 2 On tho Heart No. 5 For Men
No. S On tho Kidneys No. On Rhonmatlsm
When you go to
worth while to land at
Xmong the features that make La
Salle Station a model of its kind arc
the handsome attd convenient woman'!
parlor, with maid, nearby telegriph ani
telephone fkioths.baggage and pared
rooms and an' excellent restaurant.
On your next trrp East take the Rock
bland and land in La Salle Station.
Time tables and information
O. L. BECK, Agent
/(tula Hill... 1« I I I IT /i .• I.I..
That confronts the wage
earner and the salaried man is:
"How can I manage to meet
all my living expenses and save
a little, from month to month
You are likely to
in the heart of the city-
right down town, within a few min
utes' walking distance of
THE WHOLESALE CENTER
THE BANKING CENTER
THE SHOPPING CENTER
THE HOTEL CENTER
THE THEATER CENTER
La Salle Station
ROCK ISLAND LINES
is the only railway station on the ele
vated railway loop, the finest, mod
commodious and best-equipped stai
in Chicago. •MaK^BtelwugfainBg
find it a
liard thing to do if .you are
handicapped by paying rent.
A few hundred dollars will
..-secure you possession and an
4^puity in it.' feveiy dollar you
pay towards tMal home'"be
See Harry "thtiason at the
turday Jiews office and he
will show you the way. He
lias just the kind of a little
Nothing but IheEyes.
J. W. Dietz the awning and tent
manufacturer has removed from
west Kemp avenue to the frame
building on 1st ave. s. opposite
the court house.
C. J. Landon has established a
collection agency in this city. He
proposes to contract to collect all
for the various business
houses of the city.
Sigrud Ohtness is in the city
spending a two weeks' vacation un
der the paternal roof. He is
now a regular practicing dentist
Brickell Construction Co. has
obtained the contract for the erec
tion of the new Cannon store build
Dr. H. M. Finnerud returned
from his business trip to Pitts
burg, Kan. Friday evening last.
Drs. C.E. and Dell Schoolcraft
returned Friday last from their
extended western trip.
C.H. Palmer is erecting a sum
mer cottage on Quiola beach, Lake
Miss Klizabeth Hoff has accept
ed a position with Public Opinion
as bookkeeper and stenographer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Goss are
the proud parents of a fine baby
buy who came to their home last
A. C. Gilruth has purchased a
lot at Hill crest and will erect a
fine summer residence there next
J.H. Greelis of Waterloo,
is visiting at the home Mr.
Mrs. R.G.Greelis of this city. The
gentlemen are brothers.
The new home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Cannon is almost completer
They expect to move in the latte.
part of the week.
P. Jones returned Satur
day evening from Minneapolis
where he had been attending a na
tional convention of Osteopaths.
Falls spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. U.B. Hinds at their summer
home at Yahota.
Mrs.fJ. W. Smith and daughter
Minnabell of Aberdeen spent the
weekend^at the summer home of
Mr. and Mrs. U.B. Hinds at Ya
Moses Greer formerly a business
man of Watertown was in the city
this week visiting at the home of
his brother Chas. Greer. Mr.Greer
now resides at Atlanta, Georgia.
Miss Lillian Slawson returned
home last week from St. Paul
where she has been visiting rela
tives and friends for a couple of
Oak st. The contract
was let for $6395.
John Stone of Boston, Klass. is
in the city visiting at the home of
Mrs. Emma Mowrey. Mr. Stone
is an old Watertown pioneter. hav
ing been here in the '80's.
Mrs. S. A. Nietert and daugh
ter who for some time pgst have
been visiting at Cedar Rapids and
Des Moines, la., returned to their
home in this city Saturday morn
If you don't find what you want
Sn Harry Thomson's Real ,Estate
Exchange ad on another page of
this paper.call at the office and he
will show you a whole lot more
that he has not advertised in this
Cummings of St. VuIs'.,t:tc1-1.Just ""P^ked For
is visiting at
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Cory
Mrs. O.H. Robinson and daugh
ter Nettie Bell of Austin, Minn.,
are in the city visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs.S.A. Shupe.
Williams of Sioux
Mss A' B. ^i&tvkdt df Florence
who for some ptest has been taking
a special, cqursp in music with
Prof. F. B. Fenwick, hasten ap
pointed instructor in piapo and
theory in the Lutheran college at
The:Ha2el New Era suspended
publication last week 'and the
plant will be moved to soiiie other
point. It is a poor advertisement
for a ^oWn when the business men
do not appreciate their local news*
entif to auppdrt it.
Take Kodol at the times when
you feel what you have eateQ i&
not digesting. Kodol digests
what you eai so you can eat suffi
cfantly of Iny, .gtiod. wholesome
food if yoii iusjtlet Kodol digest
it. Sold by all druggists 10-11
There were a lot of horses killed
Jby thfe beat slast week the har^,
vest? field. Many jnore fell in'
•the harnew, bat pgcoyered after
resting up ,a while, tho it is
|June Weddings and Anmversar-
Miss Mayme Gile has resigned
her position with the Ainsworth
Music store, and left Tuesday for
Corpus Christi, Texas, where she
has obtained a position in a music
store. Her parents are moving to
that city rfom their home at Clear
THE SATURDAY NEW8 THE "LIVE WEEKLY" OF THE LIVE CITY WATERTOWN, 8. 0.
Our New Satin and
Rock Crystal Cut Glass
Have von seen it.'
The juirftv and real beautv of long home. There are few veter
our stock sparkling with all" the.ans who are under the age of 65
la prismatic colors of the rainbow years, and these were mere boys
and can he appreciated only on mi
Bverythingfrom adollar to $L'f).'
Cut glass water jugs, tumbler
goblets, bowls, vases,
and creams, bonbons, punch
JEWELER & OPTICIAN.
doubtful if an animal that has
been overheated is as good after
ward as it was before.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers,
the pleasant, safe, sure, easy little
liver pills. A salve you may al
ways depend upon in any case
where you need salve, is DeWitt's
Carboli^ed Witch Hazel Salve
especially good for piles. Sold
by all druggists. 10-11
The Elks were delightfully en
tertained at their meeting last
Friday evening by the members of
the Lewis orchestra,connected with
the Lewis show then in town.
Music and story telling of a high
order furnished a most enjoyable
Last Friday evening at the M.E.
parsonage a reception was held in
honor of Rev. and Mrs. W.S. Shep
herd. A delightful social time was
spent, and an opportunity afforded
for talking over old times. A short
musical program was rendered and
light refreshments served.
The M. B. A. held an interesting
session last Friday evening. Four
applications for membership were
presented and thiee new members
received the obligation of the or
der. Arrangements Were made lor
a picnic to be held the early part
of next month,, to which all mem
bers and their friends are invited.
Work is being pushed as rapidly
as possible on the new high school
building,in order to get the build
ing enclQ^d, before ^mter. ^Xhe
well under way. A
crew of eighteen men is laying
brick, five of the men Wtirking oh
$he pressed brick, and the remin
der following up with the rough
That law ^prolubiting drinking
on trains is certainly not going to
be a dead letter. Arrests and £nes
for violations have befen made in
various parts of the state, and
even the confirmed drinker is
forced to admit that the law, is
just the thing,and that its enforce
ment removes a di&gi&able fea
ture cohnected with railway trav
Thos. A. £dison 'Within, five
years airships will be carrying^pas
sengers across the ocean in 18
hours—200 miles an hour. Aerial
flight will be commercialized in
that time. iThe nortti pole cab be
and will be reached in a 40«hour
trip. The perfected helicocopal
will encircle the globe within a
Here is the way an exchange
-duns its subscribers: "If yon-J)iave
Ireauent faintins^ wells a$%m»
panied by .chills cramps, ^orus,
bunipBS. chilblfHnSj ^pilepwSaapd
jaundice, it is a jgign that yoa are
1, bot, 1
iable, to di«yany
minute. Pay .you^veubiBcripti^Di: in
advance and thus m«ke yourself
solid for a good obituary notice.
a good thing 'in refusing tolngn
convict who thwe yews ago broke
his parole in Kansas and since
that time has been living an hon
orable life in this state. Governor
Vessey will receive nothing but
praise for refusing to send this
man back to the penitentiary. The
obstacles which are thrown in the
way of the ex-convict who tries to
reform are many. Every man's
hand seems to be against him.
Served as coffee, the new coffee
substitute known to grocers every
where as Dr.Shoops Health Coffee,
will trick even a coffee expert.
Not a grain of real coffee in it
either. Pure healthful toasted
grains, malts, nuts, etc., have
been so cleverly blended as to
give a wonderfully satisfying coffee
taste and flavor. And it is "made
in a minute," too. No tedious 20
to 30 minutes boiling. Forter
Whooley Grocery Co. 7-11
It is estimated that there are
r20,000 veterans of the civil war
still living, the last year taking
about 10,000 of them to their
the war began. In ten or
fifteen years the rank will be re
duced to a handful of feeble old
men scarcely able to get about.
But a few years in which to do
it may be in the heart of the
nation to do for these old veterans.
Let the time be well spent.
Beware, boys, if you are out in
the country with a gun and happen
to see a bird fly up—a fairly good
sized one—don't think it is a hawk
and shoot, because it might be a
chicken, and one of Bancroft's de
puties might accidentally be right
on your track, for remember,Sioux
Falls passed one reform law last
winter and that law says that
you must and shall not kill chick
ens or grouse in the year of 1911,
but kill all the ducks you want to
after September 10, and we have
an unlimited number of them.
News news, news! It's enuf to
give a man the blues. Nobody
married and nobody dead: nobody
broken an arm or a heaa nobody
came in to talk of the "crap,"
no one got boozy and started a
scrap no one got run in for taking
a horn nobody buried, nobody
bcrn. Oh! for a racket, a riot, a
fuss! Some one to come in and
kick up a muss some one to stir up
the peace laden air somebody's
comment to give us a scare some
one thumped within an inch of his
life,somebody run off with another
man's wife, some one to come in
and pay up his dues anything,
anything, just so it's news.—Ex.
People with children should
keep a bottle of Dr, Bell's Pine
Tar Honey on hand at all.times.
Croup is always worse at night
when it is sometimes hard to get. a
physician. Look for the bell on
the bottle. At Bentson's Drug
Plercy Sells Rubber Stamp*
To the Ladies.
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 Bpongy
First: Good flour.
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
/Fjfth: Sufficient kneading.
Sixth: When the loaves have
risen to the right point they should
be placed in a properly h^a^ed
Seventh: Care in baking.
We (San furnish you-With thfe first
requisite in the ''GARLAND"
flour which has no equal as a bread
producer. It is rich in gluten—
glftten the ESSENTIAL
bone, sinew and muscle. Hence
"GARLAND" will rn^ke .more
bread,and give your boys and girls
vigor and brain" power to meet
competition in these strenuous
times-4—either in base, basket or
football, or in business later,2m
$he "GARLAND FLOUR" is
manufactured from the finest hard
glutinous wheat produced from the
is only to- be obtained render the
family, LOYALTY to
your city—ipYALTY to .your
home industries shottlid t^your
watchword. Watertowh's J^ju
iacttirers cannot sueeMd^piil^sB
they receive the Ibyal klppott of
W. H. STOKES MILLING^O.
I O A N
TEN7 ALWyi YS-,
MAN WHEN HIS
A O N I S
HANDLED "BY US.
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Capital |QQ Q.Surplus $5o 0 00.l|
The horse, the carriage with milady
herself as a finishing touch of elegance
to the turnout, may be marred by a
shabby set of harness.
makes you want to freshen up things a
bit can't we sell you a set of line
harness in keeping with your turnout?
Call and examine our line and prices.
C. A. NEILL
NEW YORK DENTISTS
No More Dread of the
By our new and scientific method we
positively extract, treat, ill| crown
and insert teeth without a particle of
We make a specialty of teeth with
out plates, better known as bridge
work. Our prices are low, consistent
with high grade worn.
Teeth on rubber, celluloid, alumi
num, porcelain and gold plates.
Estimates on your dental work cheer
fully given free.
New York Dentists
117^4 N. Oak St. Watertown, fe. D.
Pull and SupjpOe*
•tfSriNC MACHINE CO.
W. H. ORTW£IN, Mgr.
ti -iQittfi -i-feitS:4-i':Jiiiiitib'-td
Profsssional^and Easiness Cairds.
"or Transfer and Dray Work Try
L. 8. DEMINQ
Piano Moving a Specialty
IIS No. Maple. Phono Main SOT
BLODGETT, YOUK TAILOfi
Cleaiiiuff, Pressing, Repalrinj
Granite Block Phone
Open Evenings Main^
Physician and Surgeon
Office Century Blk. Phone Red 70
DR. H. M. FREEBURQ
Physician and Surgeon
Granite Block, 4th floor. Office
hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m.
Phone Main 87
DR. G. p. JONES
All chronic and acute trouble®
treated successfully. Correspon-
denfce solicited. Consultation
free. Office: Booms 27, 28 and
2^, Granite Block, Watertown.
DR. W. Q. MAGEE
Physician and Surgeon
Office and Res. Century [Blk. Phone
Main 408. Hours—10 to 12 a. 2 to
4 and 7 to 8:30 p. m.
8. B. DICKINSON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
0« ce, Granite Blk., Phone Red
180. Residence 114 2nd Are. S. E.
Phone Green 160.
Watertown South Dakota
Office: Suite 14-15 Granite Bl'k. Tel. Red 263
CallB promptly attended to day or night
Residence 3114th Ave. S.-E. Tel. Green 263.
8. M. BarIingame,[M. D.£C.^M.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office fully equipped with modernrappa»
ratus for treatment of suitable cases.
MARK f. SflEAFE, Jr.
Attorney and Counselor~at Law
State's Attorney in Codington Oo^
Rooms 1 and 2 MelletteiBlock.
Watertown South Dakota.
CASE A 8HURTLEFF
Attorneys and Counselors
Watertown, S. D.
Practice In All Courts
GEO. W. SHELLS
Painter and Paperhanger
Estirriat^g given.f All work guaranteed.
Phone Blue 272
Archjteeto, Contractor^ feullder*
Plans' and es .mates £urnJdie£.'
Office and shops 114 lsi Ay.S.W.,
Phone Greon 88
AIN8WORfft M08lC 8TORE
FftANK B. FENWICK, F.
'Ytrofossor of Muslo
25 years experience
uSTo4ce Cultore, Storing, Piano,
Choir and Chorus Training
Studio in Shoate Bids., N. Oak
Over- Ainsworth's "Mnsio "Store
J. Wm. DIETZ
Upholstering, Awnings, Tonts^
and Moss Mattresses madef
to der and renovated.
1 1 2 W A
THt COMMERCIAL HOU8E
ttj. T|ils honse baa recently been'
tlioron£faly renovated, r9paper
and otherwise ittjprbTed.
^'Oood meals properly prepared
ip&bd service.! Tour patron-
Age solicited. Rates $1 a day.
a a-IRELAND, Proprietor
Saggage and Dray Lin«i jr.
^ian4 ^ate- Moving. Esca^Ktinr,
323 N. Maple, Hioae Main'STTO
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