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CHASE-LISTER At the Grand all Next Week
APPLES!
Fine Red Apples, regu
lar price $4.50 per barrel.
Very special this week and
next
$3.90
Get busy and get your
Apples while they last as
we only have a half a car
left.
McKOOLBROS.
GROCERS
PHONE MAIN 208.
Security National Bank
.v^ 'Watertown, South Dakota
Nationalized Four Years Ago
4 per cent interest on savings accounts
5 and certificates.
Our business has steadily increased until
we now have deposits of
A Quarter of a Million Dollars
and 750 Depositors
Are you one of them? If not, you ought
to be
Safety deposit bbsre^ for rent. Protected
by the American Bank
burglar alarm.
"15*
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Protection, ,Co.'
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ED. LAMM, Pres.
W. B.JeCYAIfLS, Canli.
H. M. FINNERUD, V. Pres
H. M. HAN TEN, Asst. Cash.
Ccmtes^ii Miow
of the BEST—if
not tli© BEST flours made irom spring
wheat.
If your home mill makes the best
flour—why not use it and encourage
Home Industries!* Cur daily expense
is olose to three hundred dollars, if the
mill shuts down a large number of
.loour fellow citizens are thrown out of
& employment. EVERY man, woman
and child should be interested in the
prosperity of our Qity. ^J|g||j§g
^Thiiflc this matter over and the next
time you order flour see that your
sends GABLAND—or a pour
actured ifi
"Little Johnnie jones.
Almost directly from a tour
th-it has included the PacificCoast
there will come to Watertown
Geo. M. Cohan's tremendously
successful -nusical comedy, 'Little
Johnny Jones." This simple an
nouncement will probably be suffij
cient to send hundreds of theatre
poers to the Grand opera house on
January for surety, no musi
cal play pn-sen'.ed in this city in
the past ecade has made a better
impression than "Little Johnny
Jones all over the country.
Young Mr. Cohan may write, in
fact, has written, several other
successes, but it is Little Johnny
Jones which playgoers will ever
remember him for, n«t so much
because of its big success, but
because this musical play con
tains so many elements lat tend
to attract amusement seekers.
Apart from a coherent story and
a well sustained plot, with two
very pretty love stories running
thru its three acts, Little Johnny
Jones contains enuf song numbers
to stock half a dozen plays of its
kind, and they are all of that pe
culiarly fascinating kind that only
Geo. M.Cohan knows how to write
in Lit'le Johnny Jones there are
no less than twenty songs of this
character.
The company which will inter
pert Little Johnny Jones here is
practically the same as have pres
ented it since its initiative. A
large and well drilled chorus, who
are not only fascinating to the
eye, but who can sing, and some
very elaborate see .ic and costume
embellishments is the promise held
out by the management for the
presentation of Mr. Cohan's cele
brated musical play.
At the Grand Opera house Feb.
1.
REAL ESTATE
TRANSFERS.
Co. Abstract Co
Courtesy Codington
E Piper to John Stein njnei
10 lot 1 sec 11.118,52 res $14,000.
Ada Piper to John Stein
lots 1,2 sec 24,118,53 $3,200.
Dakota Town Lot Co to
Burnstad lot 5 blk 23 Florence
$125.
Dakota Securities Co to Mere
dith Watson lots 8,9 blk 3 Ways'
add $650.
Dakota Securities Co to Mere
dith Watson lot 1 and 25 blk 5
Ways' add $675.
Dakota Securities Co to Mere
dith Watson lot 1 blk 4 and lot 25
blk 3 Ways' add $750.
E Bird to Louis Fortin lots
1,2 blk 13 Davis add $150.
Dakota Securities Co to Mere
dith Watson lots 23-25 blk 4 Ways'
add $1,050.
Jennie Savage to Mac
Cosham lots 6,7 blk 7 Mellette &
Mclntyre add $1.
Meadows to Melissa Tif­
fany 36 ft lot 4 blk 7 East Wa
tertown $1.
Frank Reed to William S
Murray sej 7,116,53 $4,000.
Andrew Dale" to W Hackbast
nwi 33,118,53 $8000.
Wm Davis to Olson et al
lots 4,5 blk 6 Ways's add $850.
Probably the greatest coffie
substitute yet produced is. that
now known to grocers everywhere
as Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. It
actually goes a third farther than
all others, and besides it is ''made
in a minute." No 20 to 30 min
utes tedious boiling is at all ne
cessary. Pure toasted grains,
malt,nuts, etc havte been so clev
erly blended as to give a wonder
fully satisfying, true genuine
coffee flavor and taste. And nofc a
grain
of
real coffee is used. 100
cups, 25c. Sold by Whooley Gro
eery Co. 28-32.-$"
We Have Scored a Bitgil
in Watertown with the ex
cellence of our work in clean
ing of clothing and returning
them so that they look
%tertfcWK Dyes ,and Cleafr
5* V* Jh & jK**,
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Llv? CITY WAT ERTOWN,
THE
WEEKLY
VE
NEWS
SATURDAY
THE
W A N S
WANTED.
1'lax Straw Wanted—Will pay
£5.00 per ton for flax staw deliver
ed at Tow Mill, Watertown, S D.
O.M. Kirlin. 17tf.
Wanted—Any number of female
mink uninjured. Will pay $5.00
apiece for same. Ed.P.Troeh.27tf
Wanted—Salesman, to carry as
a side line, manufactured line of
fu!l cut, popu ar priced,shirts and
(A'Talls. The Rosenblatt, Gow
ini: Co., Box 60, Beloit.Wis. 30-32
FOK KENT
two
•mi
large
stairs
Rea­
l-'or Rent—A nice light,
basement room with outside
and plenty of ventilation.
sonable rent. Inquire at the Sat
urday News office. 24tf.
For Rent—A good six room
house, corner first street southeast
and fifth avenue. Inquire of
Bellatti. 30-31
S.
patterns which are much cheaper.
ft,
All Fancy China aitlf
4
fk'.m
VALENT3INE:S
In about 4
week
SB
gotid as ML
W$rk called for and deliver
ed,
Will have^.
the' 1I
Lantern
3|made,for
only* 7^0
FOK SALE.
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
For Sale—Two year old pedi
greed Shorthorn bull and 3 choice
Berkshire boars. Carl Peterson,
Riverside Farm, Watertown, S.D.
(30-31)
For Sale—Blacksmith shop,com
plete with all tools, machinery,
gasoline engine and feed mill. For
terms write John Ruhr,Kranzburg,
S.D. 30tf.
Here Is a Bargain
Household goods for sale—I
steel range 1 leather covered
couch 1 sofa 2 book stands chiff
onier marble top wash stand 3
upholstered chairs 1 rocker 1
small metal table 1 screen
iron bed and springs pitchers
and wash bowls four large
and 3 small framed pictures, etc.
Will sell all these articles at ex
tremely low prices. Goods are
After Inventory
Clearing SaleI
We have just finished Inventory, and are now making our plans
Business Campaign for the coming year. No article is allowed to remain
store which does not sell readily. We will not have idle stock. t,
The same rule applies to any over-stocked lines. Reasonable profit ana
quick sales is the slogan here. After taking this inventory we find there are some
lines in which *we are over-stocked, so for the next 10 DAYS we will hold a
house cleaning sale. Eight decorated open stock Dinner Patterns to be closed
out. If you need a new set, or have any of these patterns and wish to sort up
in
same, now is your chance to buy them at nearly cost. Figure what you want from,
these prices,
Cups and Saucers, worth $1.50 set, Closed out 17c pair
Pie Plates .90 set, 10c each
Tea Plates 1.00 set, lie each
Dinner and Soup Plates 1.25 set, 15c each
.Vegetable Bakers .50 each, 27c each?
Gravy Boat .60 eachj 34C each
Butter Dishes 1.00 each, SSc each
Individual Butters .50 set, 30C'set
Covered Dish 1.50 each 90c each'
Creamers .40 each:
All 10 cent Hose, 2 pairs ISC
All 15 cent Hose, 2 pairs
Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction or money cheerfully
refunded «.
Heavy Tin Boiler, worth, $2.50,
i,'
Fruits .60 set, 7 each
Platters, 8 in. .40 each 23c each
Platters, 10 in. .60 each- 40c each
Platters, 12 in. S 1.00 each GOc each
Sugars ./V .75 each 45c each
Spooners "V .65 each 40c each
The above*prices include the best ware we carry. We are- also closing out
200 Jap Tea Pots, with strainer, worth 35c, sale price tSe
'100 Jap Mush and Milk Sets, 3 pieces, worth 35c, sale price 19G
50 doz. Thin Tumblers, worth 50c set, sale price each 4®
Glass Stand Lamps, No. 1, Complete, worth 35c, sale price 21
White open chamber?, worth 45 cents, sale price 32o
A BIG ASSORTMENT Op^LASSWARE ONLY 10o
Heavy Copper Boilers, worth $4.50,'
stSjgfc
Our Armor Plate Hosiery is thei most satisfactory hose we have £ver sold, and
we intend to continue selling them, but we find we are overstocked with winter
hosiery, so sacrifice this good wearing line, which at regular price is much cheaper
than you generally pay. Vj
22c
All 18 cent Hose, 2 pairs 29c
All 25 cent Hose, 2 pairs 39c
now displayed in the rear end oJT.
my store. I. Sternberg.
mberg. 29-3Ts|
....
LOST AND POUND
Lost—Silver circlet bracelets
Reward for return to Miss Wat*
kins at the Saturday News office.
30-32
NOTICE TQ THE PUBLIC.
"We Mean Business
That the Watertown Auto'
Sale price
Sale price
a
Heavy Brass Wash Boards, worth 45c, f- Sale Price
17 qt. Granite Dish Pan, White lined, worth 65c, 'M
Pint Bottle Washing Ammonia. 2 pottles
Assortment of Gr^toite Pans and Kettles At only
Sup­tJ
ply Co., will store cars in their
garage free of charge for the sea
son 1910, commencing Jan 15th,
We have also installed a new
system in our repair shop.
W,e will have nothing but exper-,^
ienced mechanics to do our' work,
and not "would be" mechanics, 1
and all work of this kind will be
charged the same, to ill—50 cents
per hour—and all work guaran
teed or no pay. 30r32.
Dr. Cochran will fit your eyea-
correctly for glasses and his prices ,|
are very reasonable. Office over
Quality Cafe. 29tX
for the
this
in
24c each:
i3*-
pI
mm
&
bff
Glass 1~3
TWO
EXAMPLES
$1.39
3.60
now .49
ALL NEW STOCK
Our 3 and
fO cent
Counters
bee#'
replenished
wi
Bargains.

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