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Tell Some Sick One
It Is Free If It Fails.
Win ytra do an act of Humanity?
Will you (ell some sick friend ol thla, my
Mmarkable offer?
Tell him or her. (lint yon have learned of a
•tedidno *o certain tlint its maker dare say lo
the Bfck, "It is absolutely and unconditionally
free if It falls.'*
And yoa, no doubt, already know of Dr.
•hoop's Restorative and Jta popularity.
For 20 years It has been the standard rem
edy for Stomach, Kidney and Heart ailment*
mrywhere in Amcrica.
When the InaWlo" or controlling nerves of
3 vital organs begin to foil, it is Dr. Shoop'i
oratlve that hnsqusckly vitalized, and strong
led. and brought these nerves and orgaus
to health again.
I do not dose tho Stomach, nor stimulate
Che Heart or Kidneys—for that Is all WTOII«.
Dr. Shoop's Kfstnrativo goes direct to tht
Cause of these ailments—the falling, faltering.
Inside or controlling nerves. And herein lies the
keynote to my success.
When theso norvos again made well and
fltrong, then that is the cerunn end of all sucb
dekness.
Tome it is a groat satisfaction that I am
5ek,"Taketo
ieonly phyfilciun hMh to say to the suffering
my proscription for full 80 days, and
it fails httlp you, tlie entiro expense is
fclne—not yours.'
Then why should the sick take any
chance on any ot/tcr medicine, wliost
maker dare not back it just as I do by
this remarkable oj/crt
I also have a Rheumatic Remedy—and that
nmcdy is covered by the same identical "No
help, no pay" protective plan.
Resides, you are (IVM to consult mn just as
von would your home physician. My advice and
the book below are yours—and without cost.
Perhaps a word or two from mo will clear
tip someserious ailment. I have helped thousands
Upon thousands by my private prescription or
personal advice plan. My best effort is surolj
Worth your simple request.
So lot me Sfnd you rm order at onco. Taka
the
message to some si-k frit.'nd.
A postal will bring tho opportunity.
I will havo an honest and trustworthy drug.
£if
st to whom you can conveniently go for the 30
test.
But first, ask mo for tho order, for all drug*
gists are not authorized to give tho SO day test.
So write mo now and save all delays, fto
•ember that tomorrow never comes. Address
Dr. Shoop. Hox 1*2, Racine, Wis.
Wfelefc Book SfaftU Send Tea?
Ho.
On Dyspepsia No. 4 For Women
go.1On
o. 2 On the Heart ho. ft For Men
8 tho Kidneys No. On Rheumatism,
Kmite* Parts and Supplies iot boC
ithuUt & Wilson and Singer Machinw
SOLO ONLY BY
SINGER
SEWING MACHINE CO
.1*. ii.OakSt.
Watertown
$
urels
am
tettaOeJc?
ward to
I.W.HARPER
KENTUCKY
WHISKEY
Gold medal* Mm
For Sale by
Farl, Langdahl & Co.
STEVENS
Yoa look far trouble if you obtain a.
Fireonn of doubtful quality. The ex
perienced Hunter's and Marksman's
Ideal la a reliable, unerring Stevcna.
FIND OUT WHY
by shooting our popular
RjJfles, Shotguns
Pistols
&ht|<.direct»
Exjplta utoMlpt of Cata-
l«crprice,
.ScwJtfxtwtoln stamp* for x6o-Q*m lllustts*
0'#ur Mi«.. GehUtas poigtt fro Shbuttng., Am-
W WU UQ E C« O a I N
Far 30 oentti ift fttarapi
,..w© trill mail viiti
of "OlTNf A5D
:'^wham—
Stud
I. StmuAtwial
TwlCo. If .1
P.O.few SWT:
CBiCOPEEFi
ki .IjFLyou peed a new ribbon for
-.tpeiMter,- get one from
*|t Saturday, New® office.
W
XTtf
EM^OU SAW THS AD
EW«.»
THE SATURDAY
1910. Here we go fresh.
n?
ni
Subscribe for the Saturday Shears—we need the money.
Cy Williamson's celebrated
ail right.
Try
hair out
It has been cold enuf the past week to freeze the hair off of
of Di Cook's Esquimo dogs
Every time you think you are getting something for nothing you
are^-the string that's tied to it.
Sheriff Wiersbeck "pinched"
did not get in jail—but near it.
)st of tha sift snaps ju-?t lo.ik so
feel them, you can't make a dent.
Musk rat hides taken on subscription at this office,
with the "cush"—we need the money.
The switchmen's strike is still on and everybody in the north
wjst wishes they would soon "switch off."
Scene in a Watertown Cafe. Customer
Waiter: "1 can't—you have bent it."
Abe Sherin is getting quite chesty since Sis gave him chatThanks»
giving turkey. Thinks he's quite a lady's man.
Several Watertown people have threatened to break into the coun
ty jail if this cold weather keeps on much longer.
Begin the new year Jwith a song in your heart and a girding up
of the loins for greater things than you have ever done before.
O.N. Whistler.the popular proprietor of the Central market is the
proprietor of another canine with an abbreviated caudal appendage.
The Saturday News has given away so many pairs of those tension
I shears recently that the editor is getting to be a regular eld scissors
beak.
Why is a certain daily paper like the nuts the Hebrew was selling
at three pounds for 10 cents on our streets not long ago? Answer:
Because there is nothing in it.
Carrie Nation did a nice, quiet little business in Watertown 0
her last trip. 'Carrie's dope is alright once in a while but it don*
go very well for a regular diet.
A certain Watertown girl is said to be hunting a certain Water
town young man so hard that Game Warden McMath has threatened to
make her take out a hunting license.
County Superintendent Tankersley wants to know how the editor
of the Saturday News knows that a certain lady editoress is knock
kneed. We don't know for sure—but we 'Tank" so.
Ed Harvey went to Minneapolis this week and Joe Sears'took af
trip to Texas. Don't suppose that the coming of Carrie Nation had
anything to do with these vacations on the part of our popular ^.towns
men.
•'Tis
'•-•Mm-
:l§ffc
sweet to love,
But oh how bitter,
5
To love a girl
Whose face don't fit her.
Dr. Cook has failed„ to establish his claim of discovering the'
north pole to those eminent snuff chewers at Copenhagen—but there
has never been any doubt about Charley Kranz discovering Kranzburg
That is part of South Dakota history*
Hark! Hark! Hear the dogs bark!
The Stalwarts are coming to town.
|||p^g| Some in rags,
pSteAl Some in jags-,'
Some in. velvet gownaJp^pfe
A man in Watertown stopped to watch
A patent cigar clipper
He wondered if his finger
N't)! quicker than the nipjpeiSS
wasn't
la
?on
'vfe
N^WS THE"LIVE WEEKLY"
*T
There is one newspaper man in Codington county who surely has
a head for business and that is George Burt, editor of the South Shore
Republican. He is postmaster at South Shore, chairman of the village7
board, president of a bank in the town, official printer for' the village!
of South Shore and is always one of the official county papers con
ducts the telephone exchange in that little city and last but not least
Peter Philip, the popular county commissioner is his father-in-law^
Guess that is going some for a country newspaper man. If John D.
Rockefeller ever gets hie eagle eye on George he wi|l surely take
him into camp.
x,
r, Is 'i
GETTING ON THE GROUI^^JPLOOI^!)
A man with light blonde whiskers on hie weatherbeaten face
walked into Abe Sherln'a office the other day and aaidSK T?'
"Is et hare baen a lawyer's place?" Sm
"Yea, air. I'm a lawyer," said the disciple of Gladstone.
"Well, Maister lawyer fellar, Ay tank ay skall have jou maik a
paper for mfc*F jif ,i|i h
"What kind of a paper do you wantt" ^5
"Well, ay tank ay skall hsv mortgage. Jou sel ay b# Wa oft£
piece of land from Nels Peterson tot ay vant a,,mortgage pn et."
don,t
want
a mortgage what y^u want a is deed."
%1 No, Maister, ay tank a vont mortgage. ?jou see, ay buy me
wo pieces of land before and got deed for a&d Jankee fellar.
pome lotfg vid mortgage and taik ^de tank ay better iret
mortgage maeself des tiame." .#
OF
:r«sfr
hair tonic. It will bring your
one
a young lady not long ago. She
When you get close enufto
Come across
'Take back that steak.
W
TH« UVECITY WATERTOWN 8. ft.
Hicks ior January.
A regular storm period covers
the 1st to the 5th, being at the
culmination of a mercury disturb
ance. This period embraces earth's
perihelion point on the 1st. Moon's
last quarter and passage over the
equator on the third, and apogee,
on the 4th. Jupiter and Saturn
are
also in quadrature with earth
and
sun. January -will come in
most likely, in the midst of mer
cury
sleet and snow storms, with
change to warmer on and touching
the 3rd. With this rise of tem
perature look for falling barome
ter, probable winter lightning and
thunder southward, with rain,
turning to heavy sleet and snow
generally on and touching the 3rd,
4th and 5th. A very marked and
wide
cold wave will follow from
the northwest, progessively, be
hind
these storms, spreading east
ward
and southward over most
part3
of the country from the 3rd
to the 6th. Understand and ed
this forecast. "Do not get left."
A reactionary storm period is
central on the 7th, 8th and 9th.
Saturn's quadrature with sun and
earth is on the 7th, and Neptune's
opposition with earth and sun is
on the 8th. This period will bring
return of rising temperature, fall
ing barometer and more rain and
snow. The moon will be at ex
treme south on the 10th, inducing
northerly winds, but new moon is
on the 11th, preventing great cold
and keeping barometric pressures
down between this and the suc
ceeding storm period. There are
reasons to expect seismic rumors
during the first week in January,
but the 7th to the 13th taking the
11th as the central day, is a marked
seismic period.
A regular storm period is cen
tral on the 14th, covering the 12th
to the 17th. Moderate threatening
conditions will continue from the
new moon on the 11th, thru the
greater part of this period, but
from about 15th to the 17th deci
ded storms of rain, wind and pos
sibly thunder need surprise no
student of these forecasts. These
storms will be rapid in their de
velopment and passage from west
to east, with a cold wave pushing
the heels of storms closely from
the northwest. The moon being
on the celestial equator on the 16th
and nearest the earth on the 17th,
with first quarter on the 18th, the
disturbance of this period will
naturally be prolonged out of its
normal limitations. Here is a
fact that ought to be impressed
upon every reader's mind—when
ever storm and weather do not
conform strictly to the storm per
iod there are special astronomic
causes behind such irregularities.
Let us hunt all such irregularities
down— find their causes, and so
perfect the science of storms and
weather.
A reactionary storm period falls
centrally on the 20th to 21st. On
and next to these dates may be
^expected the regular rise of tem
perature—fall of the barometer
cloudiness, change of wind cur
rents to easterly and .southerly,
all ending in renewed rain and
snow, and followed by rising baro
meter and clearing, cold weather.
No successful student of meteorol
ogy can fail to know that the in
ception and oncoming of all storm
periods are marked by more or
rise of the thermometer and
fall of the barometer.
it A regular storm period is cen
tral on the 25
th. Full moon-fall
ing on the same day. This period
IjJwill change to warmer, southerly
winds and falling barometer fol
lowed by rain and snow from the
:25th to 27th. Rising, barometer
and change to much colder will
closely follow behind the storms
from the west and north Anoth
seismic period is coincedent
%ith the storm period, 22nd to
27th. central- on the 25th. Pre
pare for. northwestern blizzards,
followed by extreme cold at the
end of this period.
A reactionary storm period ex
tends from 30th to February 1st.
pain and snows will be in tran3it
as the month goes ou^S^
REAL ESTATE TRAN3Feilf
Courtesy Codington Co. Abstract Co.
Edward C. Ellis to ^Bessie Jane
Wilbur, n) 23,118,54
Catherine A.Haisch to Edgai' E.
Guenther sj lot 11 blk 8 Water
town $i'.
ry-
-»i,. City of Watertown to J.W. Bal
*5-^85ger lot 16 sec Mount Hope
cemetery $25.
Chas. Aljdrich^ adtn to lra Al«
drich lota 6 blk 43,2tid rjr« add
$3000.
1
United States to Wra. 'Qniek
swj 12,118,55 patent.
United States to Wm,. Jf-,
$1 swi nwi swj and Jot3?!,-ll8,55,
Hantcto Bond Mabel'
Brooks lot 4 sec 8,118164
Sim Olson to Dakota Securitiei
It!
sfe
Co. lot 6 blk 5 Yahota $300.
D.C. Sprague to Cora M. Hun
dredmark ni lot 3 blk 17 Water
town blk Burchard's add, lot 1
blk 39 2nd ry add $1.
Lee Stover to L.E. Archer all of
lots 5 to 14 blk 15 Kemp Bros, add
$1.
John R. WilsoA to Helen C. Ri
ley swl 20,118,55, $600.
Emma F. Richter to A. Weaver
lot 14 blk 22 2nd ry add $1,700.
Winona & St. Peter Ry. Co. to
Perry F. Loucks lot 11 blk 49 2nd
ry add $100.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury.
as mercury will surely destroy
the sense of smell and completely
derange the whole system when
entering it thru the mucous sur
faces. Such articles should never
be used except in prescription
from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is ten fold
to the good you can possibly derive
from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer
cury, and is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and
muoous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be
sure you get the genuine. It is
taken internally and made in Tole
do, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
Testimonials free.
Sold by all druggists. Price 75c
per bottle.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
constipation. 28-32
Underwriters Company Makes a
Good Record in 1909
The regular meeting oi tne di
rectors of the United Underwrit
ers company, general agents for
the Dakota Mutual Life Insurance
Co., was held in the company's
offices in the Granite block Tues
day. The fiscal year for this com
pany does not end until March,
so nothing but regular business
was transacted. This company has
had entire charge of the agency of
the Dakota Mutual Life and the
officers are gratified because of the
showing made as the company has
written more life insurance than
any other company in the state
this year.
Wanted—An experienced man in
the tailoring business to open a
branch store at Watertown. Miist
furnish the very best of references
and must be financially responsi
ble. Or, a good, live and reliable
merchant to add a Men's Tailoring
Department to his regular busi
ness. For full particulars write
to Harry Mitchell, SlO Nicollet
Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. (29-30)
Railroad Time Tabli
M- & ST. L. EAST
13 Twin Cities, Chi. & B. ex Sun 7:00am
ID Twin Cities, Chicago & B. dally 11:80pm
75 War freight to Morton, ex Sun 0:00am
36 Way freight Conde, ex Sun. ar. 8:80pm
M. & ST. L. WEST
18 Aberdeen, Leola, LeBeau, dally
14 Watertown passenger, arr. 7rt)0pm
84 Way freight Conde, ex Son.... S:S0am
76 Freight from Morton, ex Son, ar ?:30pa)
ROCK I8LAND EAST
U8 Chicago & East, ex Snn......l0:10an
88 Way freight, ex Sun.. 7:10am
ROCK ISLAND WEST
lf Watertown pass, ex San, ar.. S:06pn
No. 418 rullxnan front Bllswortb.
GREAT NORTHERN EAST
Sioux Palla paas., ox fiun,.
ICKL
yes
ons
,t
188 Benson & St. Panl, ex Sun.... 8:S0am
.180 Way fit. to Benson, ex Sun. 11:80am
U)2 Way. frt. to Huron, ex Sun, ar.10:10am
:'GREAT NORTHERN WE8T
UtB Huron pass, ex Sun, arr 7:09pm
329 Way fit. from Benson, arr.... 7:80pm
Wuy frt. to Unron 8:46am
Freights Men. Wed., Frl. Passenger*
tally except Sunday.
C. & N. W. EAST
114 Way- fit. via Cauby to Tracy,
dally ex Sun. ............... 7:00am
WW Chl. & east, via Cahliy. and Tracy,
sleeper from Mankato, dally 10:lAam
8 Sleeper twin cltles'»la'
Brookings, dally ft:00pni
18 Waj frt. to Brookliiin, Suq 8^/pm
jjliM
&
N-
w-,
WEST
9 Hedfletd & West, Huron and
West, dally lOSum
9t BedBeld, Aberdeen, Oaks aiid
Uettysburg 7:40pm
17 Way frt. to Redfleld, ex Sun..l0:05am
113 Frt ftoia Tmcy via Canby,
j. Tues., Thus., Sat., ar ,,,... 8:20pm
"^fcOUTH DAKOTA .CENTRAL
IT... 6:05am
Arrive at oloux Falls 1020.
13\Bloox Falls pass, Sun. only, IT. .11:00am
Arrive Sioux Falls 8:00 p. m.
"ffay frt.. ex Suu. SsOQam
1 Watertown pass., cx Son* arr.. SmOpm
{Leave Sioux Falls 3:45.
il 'Watertoivn pass.. Son onlyv-'... 9:00pm
»*W«T frt_, ex-Sun.var,.......... 7K)5pm
Lvave Sliinx Falls 8 p-, m.
:'i:
Henry A. Hantep to Mafy Has
ten ei lots 6-8 blk east Water
town $1.
60 VEAR8
EXPWtlEN
TRAOE
miftas. ...
MARK#
DCSICNS
C6rrftiaHT8 As.
rtecarfuspatant
Uunn
maicatt
erniBi
It'sEasyto
ONE
OF! THESE
LITTLE
TABLETS
AND THE
PAIN
16 GONE.
"I use Dr.'files' Anti-Pain
Pills for Neuralgia, LaGrtppe
and all pains. I don't intend
to be without them, for I find
ready relief in them for every
thing I use th^m for."
MRS. L. F. MILLER,
120 W. 6th St., Davenport, la.
All Pain
"In my family Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pills are used for
headache, colic and other
pains, and always give relief
at once."
THOS. R. FOWLER
R. D. No. 3, Dunn. N. C.
Sold, by druggists everywhere, who
are authorized to return price of first
package If they fall to benefit.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, llid.
::vv
F. A. BUSS
i'v*.
Expert Piano Tuner
ana Repairer
All Work Guaranteed. Terms Rea
sonable.
Ains worth Music Store Phon red
60 YEAR8
EXPERIENCE
'ATENTS
TRADE MARKS
DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS &A
Anyone sending a sketch and description mar
-quicklr ascertain ortr opinion freo wnether an
invention is probably patentable. Communlca*
tions strictly conBdential. HAND BOOK
aent free. Oldest agency for aoc—
on Patents
agency foraooaringpatenU.
Patents taken through Mann & Co. TOoetre
fpectal notice, without charge, in the
Scientific JVmerlcati.
Illustrated weekly. T^imat olr
Bolentlfle Journal. Terms, IS
tithe, fL Bold brail newadealen.
Branota OOoe.
His rent receipt represents the
income ol his landlord upon the"
latter's investment in the home
the renter (jeeupies.
His likdihood of being perma
nently settled depends only upon pi
the whim of that same landlord.'
His chances of getting needed
repairs and improvements are
dependent upon the liberality of^'f
the ojwner.
His earnings, to the amount of
the rent he pays, are misdirected,
as they should be paying for a
home of his own. 1
Why not let us help yoa lo&sea'
the shackles? *i"
Barry Thomson Real
Estat^Exchange
a
ISTRENGTH!
S,A TI?Pj4C
A,
JF.RUNG OF COW
im-ENT ALVAHS
A m/swEss
OK, PROFESSIONAL
WH&N HIS
«StccouN*r ts
'HANDLED VS.
£g|gfCCVS4CX AND
COltSEHrATJSAt
iK MANAGEMENT
mnwATCHwom
THE CrriZEMS HATHtNM.
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