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Btes S?c rHEN 1 W* Mr. Arndts has been on the sick list this week. Lean Mondlock gave a Hal lowe'en party last Saturday night for the young people. Zoe Dowling went home Satur day morning and came back to at xmtm tend school Monday morning. Don't Trust to Luck The C. E. of the Congregational to •church gave a Hallowe'en party f" t- Friday night in the basement of -the church. Il" The C. L. A. met at Mrs. John McGillvary's Tuesday "afternoon. Mrs. Hannigan and family and ^Mrs. Crowley and family spent Sunday with their mother Mrs. grt' Giltrian, Mr. 0. E. Griffin departed Sun day evening for Rochester, Minn., where he expects to be examined from there he will go to his home at DesMoines, Iowa. *JfeMr Chas.Aldrich was over from She live city Thursday. fi. A. Sasse left for Montana Monday morning. S The dance Thursday evening with music] by Burlett's orchestra was enjoyed by aljlwho attended* having your picture taken. A four-leaf clover or a rabbit's foot may bring you good luck in some things, but good photographs are the result of skill and painstaking care on the part of the photographer. Haven't you ever picked up a photograph that had a certain undefinable style to it, so differ ent to the ordinary photograph? And didn't you wish you could have yours taken the same way There's charm above the ordinary in pictures taken at this studio. Every one shows artis tic individuality—not due to luck—but to our long experience and knowlede of how to pose each sitter to the best advantage. There may be much you cannot understand about photographs, but when wc take yours, both you and your friends will know that it is tne best picture you have ever taken. Don't trust to luck—be SURE of good photo graphs by letting us take them. The Gray Studio WeiQbborboofc Iftews BY OUR REGULAR STAFF CORRESPONDENTS. HENRY HUMMERS Mrs. Sarah Sutton from Salem, Ore., was visiting her brother G. B. Irons last week whom she had not seen for eighteen years. Florence Duryee came home from Rauville Friday evening, re turning Saturday. Mrs. Lewis was shopping in the live city Friday. Mrs. Mandvick was in the live city shopping'Friday. L. G. McDerinott^and "family were visiting at the Dowlinghome S Sunday. S-stfijaa afllii Rob Patterson was over from Elrod Saturday. and spent ents. -'pi GRACELAND GISTS Mrs. A. H. Duryee visited a few days with her son Andrew last week. Thursday Chitffc# Sfltfth ind up a new wind mill on his place north A lams put for Mr. 1' of Henry. Dr. Ask was called Mondhy to attend Mr. White who is very sick at this writing. Tessa Lamm is staying with Mrs. Ernest Schoonover. Will Scott is assisting Mr. White tot a couple of weeks. Mr. S. J. Swanson wbb caller JUr,. Lamm's Sunday. 'v' ffjr Mrs.S. R. White and daughters .j'Je&sie and Alta were shopping in f&W- theiive citySaturday. Pew^Butts -ftalled at Ernest jonover'a Monday after aoonSBI w-'W.L. '*JL\+,'lz3k CONCERN# 0^ Chimes Hor^liV'&f the live ciif 3jijp|A c&ller in"thiB place ev^pifig. THE 8ATURDAY NEWS Sunday with her par- Mr9. Geo. E. Green and daugh ter Helen arrived here Wednesday morning of last week and will re main for a short visit with rela tives and friends. A number of the young ladies of Castlewood entertained about thirty guests at the clubrooms last Friday evening. All present had a most enjoyable time. A number of people fronT'this place went Up to Watertown Sun day and attended the funeral of Earl McDonald. Mrs. Sorsdahl, sisterof Mrs. R. L. Bushey arrived here last week from Canada and will remain]7for a number of weeks. J. Guy Sharp of the live ctiy was looking after buisness^matters here Tuesday. Mrs. E. M. Robertson has re turned to her home at Erwin, S.D after a weeks' stay in this* place with friends. Rev. Dibble of Clark is^visiting with his sister Mrs.Harriet Lundy. E W. McLaughlin was a live city caller Monday. Lois Walklin of]"the live"city spent Sunday fwith frelatives in thifij, place. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Courtesy Codington Co. AbBtract Co. Viola Argabrite to Gertrude Stoltenburg, lots 7,8,blk 14, Kemp Bros, add $175. G. W. Case trustee to Caroline Smith lot 40 blk 20 w. Watertown $65. Martin Strombotne to J.- W Carroll lot blk 14 Pettigrew's add $300. Martin Alworth to J.C. Taylor et al blk 36 2nd ry add $35. G. Paul Pitt to Sarah Higgins lotB 3-9 blk 45 2nd ry. add $1,800. Henry A. Hanten to C.P. Gorm ley nwj 26 and wl 23-117-51 $1. Catherine L. Sloane to Dakota Securities Co., all of ne£ 80-117-52 except lots 8 to 4 inc., Woodlawn Park add $21,085.65. Patrick McCarren to Guy Harri son,swl 25-115-55 $5,280. ft.H. Gilbert to John Stricherz ei 85-115-19 $10,000. a Harry Jones to Herman Stee nej 10, nwi and nj swi 11-118-55 $16,250. Jay Miller' td' A, M. Briggs s| nei and lot 1 sec 12-117-54 $3,600. Elizabeth Carter to May Garter lot 21 blk 29 2nd ry. add $1. Dakota' Securities Co. to Chris tian Schutt lots 12-18 blk 8 Way's add $600. :--n Contract for Deed—Mary Frank to Wm. H. Holisnger und of sec 88-119-51 $9,600. -i vi-'.X iivi: ii' Splendid Bargain in*" a Cool Cottage. A splendid home of six rooms, well located in good neighborhood, large lot and'splendid lawn atod trees. Thie property must be seen to be appreciated^' Inquire of the Harry Thomson Beal Estate Ex change at the Sf^urdwrJ^ews tiiB^ -~~.-a.sr fifttfc-fi&iS WEEKLY THB"LIVE Market Report. So. St. Paul,Minn.,Nov.l, 1909 Clay, Robinson & Co., So. St. Paul, Minn., quote: Cattle: Receipts of cattle were very liberal here today Prices were about 10 to 15 lower on the bulk of the stuff,but good stuffs sold prac tically steady in the killing line. We quote: Good to choice steers 5.00 to 5.50. Fair to good steers 4.25 to 4.75. Poor to fair steers 3.75 to 4,15. Good to choice covs and heifers 4.00 to 4.50 Fair to good cows and heifers 3.00 to 3.CO. Poor to fair cows and heifers 2.50 to 3.00. Canners and cutters 2.00 to 2.75. Butcher bulls 2.65 to 3.50. Fair to choice veals 5.50 to 7.00. Heavy and common calves 2.50 to 4.50. Stockers and feeders: Good heavy stockers were scarce and in demand, and sold steady. Liberal supply of 650 to 800 lbs sold 1 to 20 lower. We quote: Good to choice feed ers 4.35 to 500. Fair to good feed ers 3.75 to 4.25. Poor to fair feed ers 3.25 to 3.75. Good to choice stockers 3.50 to 4.00. Fair to good stockers 3.00 to 3.40. Poor to fair stockers 2.50 to 3.00. Stock heifers and feeding cows2.50 to 3.00. Feeding bulls 2.75 to d.15. Sheep: There were liberal receipts of sheep and lambs here today and the bulk of the stuff run largely to feeders. All classes of sheep and lambs were about steady. Good fat lambs sold up to 6.75 while the hulk sold for 6.25 to 6.50.1 Ewes from 3.75 to 4.00 Wethers 4.00 to 4.25. Feeding wethers sold from 3.75 to 4.00, while feeding year ling feeders sold from 5.00 to 5.10. Feeding lambs sold from 5.00 to 6.00 owing to weight and quailty. Breeding ewes from 3.50 to 4.50 owing to age and quailty. STRAIN TOO GREAT. Hundreds of Watertown Readers Find Daily Life a Burden. The hustle and worry of business men, The hard work and stooping of workmen, The woman's householdjcares.l Are too great a strain on the kidneys. Backache, headache, sideache,® Kidney troubles, urinary]|troub les follow. A Watertown citizen tells you how to cure them all. Eben Robbins, 501 First St., S. W., Watertown, S. Dak., says: "Whsn in the Civil War, the hard life of a cavalryman weakened my kidneys. Twenty years ago I con sulted a physician and he said that I was suffering from Bright's dis ease. My back was very lame and the secretions from my kidneys were too frequent in passage. 1 gradually kept growing worse and when advised to try Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a box at Tarbell & Williamson's Drug Store. Since using them every symptom of my trouble has been relieved and I feel a great deal stronger. I am confident that Doan's Kidney Pills will help anyone suffering from kidney disease." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's— and take no other. 20-21 Valuable Horse Breaks Leg in Runaway. A serious runaway accident oc curred last Friday night OF 1 HE ulVSCITY WATERTOWN, 8. Coal $1.99 a Ton. —1,1 give nprrrn Trvnc At will After La Grippe about 6 o'clock on Kemp avenue. R.D. Fahler, who was driving a single horse belonging to Ralls & Mc Laughlin, had stopped at the Grunn land office on lower Kemp avenue to transact some business. He left the horse standing at the curb and had stepped to the door of the building, when the animal bacame frightened at a passing automobile and started to run The young man tried to stop the animal but a wagon impeded his progress and he a moment waB toD late. Tha ftorse rushed down Kemp avenue, at a break neck pace and several pedeBtirans who were crossing the street had a narrow escape from being run over. At the city hall the animal in trying to turn, fell on the cement cross ing and broke one oi its fore legB below the knee. It was so badly injured that it was found neces sary by Dr. Chas. Greer to shoot it to end,, its suffering. As it was ii: valuable animal, its loss is Mfc &ufte keenly by. the owners. fig) •auntou *9M|ci §JiI "I had suffered several weeks with LaGrippe. Had pains in my head and eyes. It felt as though there was a heavy weight ojn the top of my head, until it seemed that my. brain would burst. I was so nervous that I could not rest or sleep. When I dozed off I would awake with a sudden jerking of my whole body. Dr. Miles' Nervine, Heart Remedy and Nerve and Liver Ijills cured me. A number of friends have since realized the Same benefits." MRS. ALVIN H. LOCKS, Seabrook, N, H. The after effects of LafGrippe are often more serious than the disease, as it leaves the system in a weakened condition that invites more serious troubles, such as pneumonia, etc y- Dr. MOes' 7'• f'awii is The Most Natural —most human way of determining your likes and dislikes. Right after drinking some other beer, call for a bottle—or a glass—of BLATZ. Sip it slowly—give your palate a chance to do justice to the occasion. Do this the first chance you get. You will find that you are quite a con noisseur. You will be able to judge^ just as well as anybody else. tv •'II-' Restorative Nervine Should be taken for some time to thoroughly restore 'nerve strength. 'feDi1. Miles' Nervine I* sold by all drug- If the first bottle doe* not benefit, your druggist will return your money. ':Wm. H.Bast, who was seriously injured some time ago by falling int) & well where he was repairing the pump, is again: able to be aKout. Mr. Best had a very.nar row escape from death,having fal len head foremost about ten feet M'a well wd striking an iron pipe w^th hip head. His head struck fi^.pipe in' a glancing manner or fa# wduld no doubt ha^e beer. "led instantly." you UW THB AD You will be surprised and gratified at the delightfully "complete," well-rounded, satis fying taste which has ever been an exclusive BLATZ feature. Comparison emphasizes BLATZ character, and its unfailing, un varying excellence. Be your own judge. Farl, Langdabl & Co., Whole sale Dealers,"Watertown UteMBan. MaqI you AWU lO lis UI IsU&l J: ^////////////////^.'".ifiiiiiiinnmiuiuiiiimiiiiiiiiitHimmiii VAL. BLATZ BREWING CO.. MILWAUKEE, WIS.iiiiuunwimiiuMitimuMriNuuuiiiummiituimHiimm^ VK OFFER 3000 CARS of the Great N. C. I ets ship 42 tons best N. C. Co.'s Hocking Coal—making two tons free. Order Quick—If you ce will ship 42 tons best N. C. Co.'s Hocking take balance. Send your order care Saturday News to help us test the paper and get two tons of coal free. J1.99 pe_ ... smallest car is 40 tons. Send us $79.60 and we shii 99 of N. C. Co.'s Hocking Coal. You only pay freight from the mines and vre give you We always give one ton of coal free, but to test this paper ae an advertising medium we T?iyou send your order care Saturday|N —J orderpayabie to the Third National Coal making two 1 hird National F. A. BUSS Expert Piano Tuner ana Repairer All Work Guaranteed. Terms Rea sonable. Ainsworth Music Stor| Phon red 99. W A N S LOST AND FOUND Strayed—One bay four year old horse, wearing new halter and sta ble blanket. For reward return to L. fi. Archer. Phone red 465. 19-20. TELL THEM YOU 8AW THE AD IN THE "NEWS." FOR SALE. For Sale—A livery barn and full equipment of horses and car riages, also an automobile. Will sell at a ver reasonable figure or will rent the building and sell the horses and carriages to the right party. I also have some choice residence and business lots which I will sell cheap. R. Mc Intyre, Florence, S. D. (7-8)tf Sheep for Sale—250 grace shrop breeding ewes from one to three years old. On accounts of $50.00 or. over time will be will be given until Oct 15th, 1910 with interest at eight per cent on approved se curity, Sheep may be and deals closed oil Mondays ad(l Tues days of each week two miles north east of Watertown. Horswill Land Agency, Watertown, S.D. Sale—Boxae,^ also roayiitypew^lfeip^','Si^^town Dye mid Cl^aning^drks., lfitf For Sale—Almost ^ne^ of four "Bice rooms^large pantry all finished 'in Bfem' Wpod^taood b&aentent, Sewer and"wat^fiC"the house. 'fejt'Sp xlOO,. splendid lp catioft.l'- P?i* ^1 800 Barry Thoms^i's real.arttft»_ exfehange at Suturdsiy News^ffice, I4tf '•10 Co.'e bestlgrade Hocking Coal at per ton, on board cars at mine. Cash wlfh order. In car load lots. 40 Smallest car is 40 tons. Send us $79.60 and we ship tons of the best grade Oma tonaof the best grade tVyn flf flonl Pl^AP VUO wi* v/x v/VCvi JNews and enclose $79.60 in money oal Co. On receipt of this money we If yon can't use it all. your neighbors will !o., CareSaturday News, Watertown, S.D. For Sale—Several pairs of Cochin Bantams. These chickens are great layers and are the nicest pets imaginable for children. Will sell them for $1.00 per pair." Call at 617 s.Maple street or phone red 462. 16tf For Sale—A number of good breeding ewes. Charles Kreger, 903 n. Maple st. (18-19) For Sale—A good milch cow, prefectly gentle and giving good flow of rich milk. J. C. Strom bo tne, 516 2nd st. n. e. Phone Red 389. 18-19 For Sale—Two registered Hamp shire sheep for sale at a bargain. Must be sold soon. Inquire of L. E. Brickell, Watertown, S.D. 19tf IFOSIrbnt^ For Rent—6 room house corner of 1st and 5th ave. S. Belatti. Phone green 570. (19) "wANTEIh Wanted—A good girl for gener-s™ al housework. Mrs. John B.Han ten, 702 2nd ave. s. e. Phone red 142. 19-22 Wanted-—A good girl for- gene ral housework. Inquire of Tom'j G. Murphy at the "Cozy Home"."# *"'J 20-21 Wanted—A gooa fresh cow. Mrs. J.C. Strombotne, phone red 389. 20-21, Wanted—An5a -eherget ic young man to. canvas in the city. Aspen did articles-something that ev erybody wants and needs. Inquire at the Saturday Hews office. 19-20 Wanted—Girl 'to go to school and work for her .board. .. Smal 1 family, two blocks from high school. Mrs'. M.E. Wilson, 228 first ave. s. e. 5 jphone green .4S5i Wanted-^-Man ^pd to man age a Si! fi ?. 'S tl -f W Vf!,- KlJ? 8*mi'