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ror Transfer and Dray Work Ti L. 8. OEMINQ Piano Moving a 118 No. Maple. Phono |Q7 blodgett, yodb tailor Cleaniugf, Pressing, Repairing Granite Block ,JW.,, Phone Open Evenings Main 441 DK. M. FIN "t Uf Physician ancT Surgeon Office Century Blk. PhoneRed 7fr DR. H. M. FREEBURQl Physician and 8urgeon 1 Granite Block, 4th .floor. Office hours 3 to 6 and 7 to 8 Phone Main 878 DR. Q. P. JONES osteopath All chronic and acute trbublea treated Buccessfully. Correspon dence solicited. Consultation free. Office: Rooms 27, 28 and 2.,, Phone Green ISO. Watertown South Dakota Office: Suite 14-15GraniteBl'k. Tel.Red283 Calls promptly attended to day or night Residence: 3114th Ave. S..E. Tel. Green 263 8. M. Borlingame, M. D., C. ML PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office fully equipped witti* modemTappa* ratus for treatment of suitable cases* MARKf. SflEAPB, Jr. Attorney and Counselor at Law State's Attorney in Codington Co. Rooms 1 and 2 Mellette Block. Watertown South Dakota CA8E & 8HURTLEFF j? Attorneys and Counselors Watertown, B. D. Practice In All Courts GEO. W. SHELLS Painter and Faperhanger Estimates given. All "work guaranteed. Phone Blue 272 BRICKEIX CONS'. ..UCTION CO. \rchltects, Contractors, Builders Plans and es iinates iuniiflhed. Office and shopB 114 lsi Av.S.W. Phone Green 88 Planoa Phonographs /, Talking Machines Records Sheet Muslo Musical Goods, AIN8WORTH MUSIC 8TORE FRANK B. FENWICK, F. 8. A. "i Professor of Music 25 years experience Yoice Culture, Singing, Piano, Choir and ChoruB Training Studio in Shoafe Bldg., N. Oak Over Ainsworth's Music Store J. Wm. DIETZ Upholstering, Awnings, Tents TT»if and Moss Mattresses made to der and renovated. "O FlrstClass Workmanship 1191st Av, S. E opposite Main En trance to Court House. iTHE COMMERCIAL. HOUSE This house has recently been thoroughly renovated, repaper ed, and otherwise improved. Good meals properly prepared and good serrlce. Tour patron-: age solicited. Bates $150 a day O. 8. IRELAND, Proprietor HUHK BEWffin,^ Baggage and Dray lime Piano'and Safe Moving. Excavating 123 N. MapteJPhoneMainJ -4sL-w,. OR. E. HEIN|T DENTIST °t&ee over Sterngerg's w7-. Br. larry I. Bartron Office and Beeidetae over Postoffiice, 0ttlt6'21 Talephone.Main 144 Railroad Tine Tables 417 Granite Block, Watertown. DR. W. MAfiEE f:' Physician and Surgeon Office and Res. Century Blk. Phone Main 408. Hours—lOto 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 Bed ISO. Residence 114 2nd Are. 8. HI. 17 Way6 ^"^ReMeia sii: llSS 118 Frt from Tracy via Canby. Tuea., Thus., Sat, ar.8-^0pm SOUTH DAKOTA CENTRAL 2 Sloux^ Valla pass., ex Sun., It... 6:05am fcrl*e at Sioux Falls 10:20. Fa„i.ls P880. Snn. only, ,-Jr" -ss M. & ST. L. EAST Chi. ft fli, ex Sun ?*OOazd W & ». dally uiaown 05 fto Morton, ex Son slflOKa freight Conde, ex Bon. ar. 8:30pm M. & 8T. L. WE8T mw^LLco!a' ^Beaa, dally B:2Bein 84 W« t?rJiLpiSae$8erex SLA»Bast' J* Bun......10:10am Irelght, ex Sun..,^ 7:10am ROCK ISLAND WE8T 418 Chi 86 Wi 114 Bnn. ar.. 8:QSpm 418 Pullman from Ellsworth. GREAT NORTHERN EAST D§n fan1' ex Snn.... 8:S0am x* /rt. to_Ben«on, ex Bun.11:80am 882. Way frt. to Huron, ex San, AE.lOilO&to GREAT NORTHERN WEST i?5 Hnron pass, ex Sun, am 7:06Dia Waf m. tSr^r?' arr-- Freights Mon., Wed., FrlV I dally lxcept Sniida^ P"^|ie™ "C. 4 N. W. EAST w:' Tl5 Canby t0 T™cy. daily ex Stra. ...... *.aa. 602 Chi. & east, ria Canby "and Tracy." 8 S&tof^»tT°I'.te,lr IT.. ... 5, SATURDAY NE TioSpi TO Jg Conde, Bnn.... SiSOun 76 Freight from Morton, ex Snn, ar 7:8Dpm ROCK |8LAND EAST 10:lto» 18 wXfo ISSgS C. & N. W. WE8T 9 wSSld Huron and 68 Eedfleld,^ Ab^rd'^" o'aia"and T:25am .11:00am Arrive Sioux Falla 8:00 p. Sa? Irt-' ex Snn 8:00am 1 Watertown paas., ex Sun., arr.. 8:00nm Leave Sioux Falls 8:46. S8te5S*nl Pa?8-. Sun only 9:00pm ,8 Way frt, ex Sun., ar 7:05pm Leave Sioux Falls 8 p. m. Trying to Hide ,, 4_ the fact that we achieve the acme of perfection in denning garments wouldn't. be good policy on our part, so we like to tell those who don't know it that they can bring a soiled suit of clothing, dress, waist, etc here and we will make it look equal to a new one. Work called for and delivered. Watertown Dje and Clean* ing Works. Garment Cleaners and Dyers 216 W. Kemp Phone Main 50 JAMBS WELrLS, Proprietor. Johnson's Storm Blankets from $3 to $10 per pair. Ohio Woolen Blank' $3 to $15. These are two of the best lines of Blankets on the market for the money. We also carry a full line of Plush Robes, Fur Robes, and Fur Coats. W. 6. Ingamells Jgtiery Harness Shop THE-L1VE CAL NEWS The postoffice department i« ad yertisiny to receive bids tot carry ing the:,mails for the term of four years from July 1, 1910, ott the star routes in South Dakota, 'fit The oensuB of WatertoWbaa just been takenand itshows a pop ulation 6f 7 B41 It is* a pretty good showing- but isn't quite as big as some in the "live city" have claimed—Vienna Standard. Mrs. E. Pi Daviis, wife of the popular brick mason codtractor, dropped into the Saturday News office Saturday and renewed her subscription for another year and received the shears and., knife sharpener. jff^ The Saturday News job depart ment is now busy printing the new city and county directory which will be the most complete direc tory ever published in the state. It will also be the largest job of printing ever executed in Water town. C. W. Lunderville, one of the successful farmers residing in this county, was another one to renew his subscription to the Saturday News Saturday and receive the two valuable premiums which we are giving with the paper. Ml :X- *.• wlOne vote out of every nipeteen in the country is cast by a Modem Woodman of America. The order now numbers more than a million members.: It is a good thing that the order isn't in politics or it would be a force to be reckoned with. W Mark E. Snyder of Winnipeg, Canada, son of,J.W.Snyder of this city, was married last week Wed nesday in St. Louis to Miss Golda. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder will arrive in Watertown about Nov. 10th to visit their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snyder. John Bagary the popular driver for the, Midway Grocery Store, dropped into the Saturday News office and handed us a plunk and a half and said: "Renew my sub scription for another year—my wife told me to be sure and not forget the shears and knife sharp ener." .M'^ Charles^Pardau' haa'puchased'a fine residence lot in the east aide and will remove his cottage from Kemp avenue next spring to the newly purchased lots and erect a fine modern home on his east Kemp avenue lot. The sale of the lot was made thru the Harry Thomson Real Estate Exchange. If you have noticed symptoms of kidney trouble, do not delay in taking the most reliable and de* pendable remedy possible, such as DeWitt's Kidney and ^.Bladder Pills. These wonderful'pills are being used with great'tsatisfaction by thousands of people: Try De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills today. Sold by all druggists.20-23 *H.J. Dugan, who has succeeded Ghas. Stinson as manager of ^the Advance Thresher Co.'in this city has leased a flat in the Geophfert flats on east Kemp avenue and will remove his family from Fargo as soon as the flat is ready to oc cupy.! Mr.Dugan is a very affable gentleman to meet and he and his esteemable family will be a valu able addition to Watertown both in a business and social way, Miss Rose Solberg, one of the teachers in the fcity schoolsrsays that she considers*any person very fortunate who [was (lucky enuf to draw"1 aTnumberJin the Cheyenne and Standing Rock Indian reserva tion land drawing. She said: "I once taught school adjoining this land and there is.certainly some very fine farms in that tract of land. I consider any number up to 5,000 good and well worth filing °n." DeWitt's Little Early Risers— the*safe sure, gentle, easy-little liver pills. Be sure to get De Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve, the original. Always re fuse substitutes and imitations.The original DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is good for any thing a salve is used for, but is especially, good for piles. Sold by all druggists. 20-23 Anton Mack, one of the solid farmers residing in this county dropped into the Saturday News Office lastr Saturday and renewed his subscription for another year and took home a pair of those shears and the German knife -sharpener. Mr. Mack'lreports his crops as turning out very well this Reason and taking everything into consideration he is very well satisfied with the way the farm is treating, him.,. Abe Goltz, everybody in Coding ton county konws Abe, the man who used to, buy fatT cattle for Chelt Whistler, arrived in the«ity last week from Lawrence, Miiun, «rhere he lis conducting hotel. The oter prqerty formerly be onged to h^ father who reeen^ly led and Mr, and- Mrs^.GSoUz are conducting ,the same until the is settled up. He wflt probably return to Watertown some thine in thaoear future, ^. When, you have a teold the Sttt thing t6 do is have the bowels move. Do not take anything that may constipate—and moat old fash ioned cough cures do constipate. Try Kennedy's Laxative' Cough Syrup. It drives the cold trom the system by a free yet gentle ac tion of the bowels it stops the it is pleasant to take. Children like, it. Sold by all druggists. 20-23 Mrs. Margaret Wendt of this city called at at the Saturday News and subscribed for a year. She said: ''I used to take the Sator day. News before but an agent came around and. coaxed me into taking another paper for a year and now that my time is up with that paper I want the Saturday News again. I get more news out of the Saturday News than any other paper in Watertown." She got the shears and the knife sharp ener and the Thrice-a-Week New York World, which we are club bing with the Saturday News, all for $2.15 Thornt Babcock, one of he trifty farmers who resides in Fuller township, returned last Saturday from Chicago where he sold a couple of car loads of fat cattle. Thornt dropped into the Saturday News office looking for a legal blank and incidentally renewed his subscription for another year. We hung a pair of sheare to his belt and handed him a whet stone and he said: "I have been down to Chicago and run the gauntlet shd did not get' buncoed and now come back to Watertown and get 'bumped by a common (newspaper man. Such is life." It isn't sb difficult to strength en a weak Stomach if one goes at it correctly. And this is true of the Heart and Kidneys. The old fashioned way of dosing the Stom ach or stimulating the Heart or Kidneys is surely wrong! Dr, Shoop first pointed out this error. "Go to the weak or ailing nerves of these organs," said he. Each inside organ has its controlling or inside nerve," When these nerves fail then those organs must surely falter. This vital truth is leading druggists everywhere to sell and recommend Dr. Shoop's Restorative. A few days teBt will surely tell. Sold by A. Duifner. wfR 20-23 .- The repori of the state bank examiner on the condition of state banks in South Dakota on Septem ber 1st and that of the national bank conditions for the same date show that the people of the state were carrying individual deposits of $72,886,004. This, with a pop ulation estimated at less than 600,000 is a showing of which any state might be proud. The show ing of both class of banks is that the savings of the people of the state increased $3,108,619 from the 1st of June to the 1st of Septem ber. The state banks, 472 in num ber, were carrying the bulk of the deposits with $45,530,759.41 while the ninety-five national banks of the state were carrying $26,855, 245.05. mm vere carrying $26. VS Every nation that has failed to take care of its soil has ceased to exist as a nation. Now jrou can ex haust the soil and you can no more take wheat, oats, barley, corn or Other crop out of the land than you can go and draw money out of the bank without' depositing money. In time your account would be exhausted and your check would be thrown out,bqtf the land, if you will put back on it the proper amount of fertilizer, it will never dishonor your draft, and you can always draw upon it. There is no reason in the world why- you should not, in fact there is every reason in the world why you should, raise more grain per acre than they raise in England. They have no such land as this.-r James J. Hill.,? There's a young fellow hangin' round town who let go the best chance of his life a few years ago when he tired of the old farm and jumped it. His dad wanted hint to take the farm and run it and keep it and make a home for him while he lived and the boy would have the whole ranch at the end. It was the same as if a town man set bis son up in business, exactly. But the boy didn't see further than his nose. He got the town fever and the old farm was sold and dad has been shift* in' for hisself since. 1 bet a settin' egg that the, boy sees things differin'when it's too late. To my certain knowledge be ain't made any stake yet. He's been fromjpillar to post and if he's got ten dollars to his name and all debts psid then. I'm off my reckon- 'Mtthng' us Calumat Baking wderl in.' -Town life aih't^tl it* lookl to a farmers'*! boy. He thinks that there is some patent way town of gettin' a livin' easy and without hard work 5 and there's where he fools hissfelf. There's more worry in one minit with lots of the townies than a boy or a matf on the farm has in a week.—Farm er Ben in Austin Transcript. Tickling, tight Coughs can be surely and quickly loosened with a prescription Druggists are dis pensing everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. And it is so very different than common cough med icines. No Opium, no Choloro form, absolutely nothing harsh or unsafe. The tender leaves of a harmless,lung healing mountain ous shrub, gives the curative pro perties to Dr.Shoop's Cough Remedy. Those leaves have the power to soothe and heal the most sensitive bronchial membrane. Mothers should, for safety's sake alone, always demand Dr. Shoop's. It can with perfect free-lorn be given to even the youngest babes. Test it yourself and Bee! Scientists to Erect Another Chorchi The congregation of the Second Church of Christ, Scientist, has commenced the work of excavation at the corner of third avenue north and Oak St., known as the J. D. BroWn corner, for the purpose of erecting thereon a new house of worship. The site was recently purchased from Mr. Brown at a cost, it is said, of $2,000 for sixty feet frontage on Oak st. and ex tending 165 feet on third avenue. It is an exceptionally well located place.' The building will be 44x60 feet, with a full basement,and is to Cost in the neighborhood of $4,000. It will be a frame affair in the Col onial design, and when completed will present a beautiful appear ance. Work will be rushed and it is expected that the building will be ready for. occupancy by Janu ary 1 $100 REWARD, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there 1b at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity.. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the pa tient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprie tors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pi lis "for constipation. 20-23 •44V s£ f4f Seal Estate Transfers Richards Trust. Co. to Jennie Savage 50 ft lots 12 13 dik a Mellette & Mclntyre's add $80. C.A. Byer to Agnes Josephine Anderson lot 26 blk 7 Rice Bros, add $152. Helen L.Taylor to C. L. Bibbins lot 11 blk 24 2nd ry add $1 Monroe Doremus to W.H. Holz inger all of sec 88-119-61 $9,600 Catherine Shields to W.G. Skells lot 7 blk 54 2nd ry add $500. Thomas H. Dunn to James T. Wells, lot 9 blk 22 gyn add $2500. Charles A. Todd to O.M. Kirlin outlots 1 and 2 of Kizlin's ontlots $1 A.C. Burnstad to Fremont Hay den part of out lot Floran6e $200. A. C. Burnstad to W.R. 'Hayden part of outlot D, Florence, $200. A.C. Burnstad to Jess' P. Folda ger a part of outlot D, Florence 8375. John Welch to Homer Rhine outlot A in Florence $1. Mary P. Thomas to Albert Kit tleson nwi 84-116-55 $1. Albert Kittlesoo to heirs of John Weiss, de».,nwi 34-116-54,$1, Wif» Hlf-iSwim Sold by A.Duffner. 20-23 Waking, Hie Mitten ft,') )Lout8 Vajiot jot, schooner La Mlm^a •was rescued At sea b^ t^^uuird Hner Carmnnia after no hiui beori adrift la'/ an open da^s-Hright without food—relates hi* awfol^ eiperlencer **. "My dory ihate and left tteJ^Ugao.^' sa at 4 o'clock on the nomlng of 87. weather was thick, and we'^ coald not pick up the flrst buoy. Flnai-'1' ly a snow flurry came on,'and aa felt that the boat was drifting I threw, out' a aea anchor, tThen ilie sea sv^enlr "I BAW HM» AITaB HBUS OOtJW»" rose, and thought we had better get I back to the aoboonerV. So I cut away $ the sea anchor, and mFitttate started to row: in the direction ot our boat, but we could make no headway. "Suddenly a big sea Bwept both of us overboard. I could swhg, and in splte of my heavy boots I got back Into the dory, but my poor mate, P#cifl(iue Velih, was swegt away. With him were parried away tour out: .of five oars we had In ike boat. "When I got back Ihto the dory found that she'was half full of water. "As the day Wore on I frahttcaUy'l tried to row, back to the schooner, cut one of the thwarts of the:boat with,, my big fish knif? and made a ron^J oar out of It, but I could get scarcely.' any way" on the boat. As night begaji to fall I went to the locker where our stock of provisions was stored. I found that when the seas had washed over cur boat the provisions had-be come Wet .• S?'I suppose, though, I must hafe^-' ttoced off now and then, but: the first night seemed to me the longest I have ever passed, I thought of my poor mate. I thought of my wife and cbll dren in France, and I prayed the Blessed Vlrgtnto save me. "At last morning broke. I searched. I the sea for some sign ot tibe Mimosa or some other ship, but I could see noth ing. The first morning I cut a notch. In the side of the boat to show that a day had passed, and this I did every day^ regularly after that /The next night was worse than the first the weather was frightful the sea seemed to be running mountains (£lgh. The boat was: swainped over a^id over again, and I made up my mlnd was going to be drowned. ici "Finally I took stock of my provi*' stems. I found at the end of the fifth day that the water had given out, and I only had food for one day more. After I had eaten iny last biscuit I grew so. tttlrsty that I took a small 'drink of salt water to wash It down. "The next day I had no food, but to ward night It began to rain, and I caught some of the water and drank it Then I think I must have got llghtr headed. The dory seemed to me to be full of people, and my wife came and gave me bread. found In the morn ing that had eaten half of one of my mittens. "I had long ago lost all reckoning of where I was. Hie last night before I wis plcklM up was frightful. I heard votoes, voices, everywhere Whispering tome, calling me. Then I grew'fright ened 'the horrible loneliness appalled me. .. "When morning broke I saw ship. It was a long, long way off, but I blew my born and shouted as long as I could. The men on the ship did not hear ine, and she steamed: away. I prayed, and. .then I saw another ship. CNd must have heard my prayer, for I saw her alter her course and come nearer to me, and I knew I was going? to be saved. All my little remaining strength': seemed to leave me once I was safe on .the deck.".. Llvsd Two Ysars With Broken Bank. A special from Batavia, ,N, T., pods the death the» of Jacob Broad hnoks, who for two rears has live with a broken back. Oh Hay 81, ISUCt^ Broadbrooks fell and fractured his vsiy tsbnu. 1 I I' rei'"?