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This Week Ends Our
Clearance Sale
Valentines now on display.
7' All 15 cent Hose, 2 pairs
In about a
week we
will have
the best
Lantern
made, for
only
79C
1
THE
IGc
22c
All 18 cent Hose, 2 pairs
29c
All 25 cent Hose, 2 pairs
39c
Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction or money cheerfully
refunded.
Heavy Tin Boiler, worth, $2.50, Sale price
Heavy Copper Boilers, worth $4.50, Sale price
Heavy Brass Wash Boards, worth 45c, Sale Price
Jonny Jojges" at the Grand
,/fj
SATURDAY NEWS
You should take advantage of this big sacrifice in dec
orated dinner ware. No such prices have ever been offered
before.
You should see our new style broom—the strongest
broom made and costs no more than any other broom. Will
be glad to sell you one on trial.
Cups and Saucers, wo rth .50 set, Closed out 17c pair
Pie Plates .90 set, 10c each
Tea Plates LOO set, 11c each
Dinner and Soup Plates 1.25 set, 15c each
Vegetable Pakers .50 each, 27c each
Gravy Boat .60 each, 34C each
Butter Dishes 1.00 each, 65c each
Individual Putters .50 set, 30C set
Covered Disli 1.50 each 90c each
Creamers .40 each 24C each
Fruits .60 set, 7c each
Platters, S in. .40 each 23c each
Platters, 10 in. .60 each 40c each
Platters, 12 in. 1.00 each
Sugars .75 each *t5c each
Spooners .65 each 40c each
The above prices include the best ware we carry. We are also closing out
two patterns which are much cheaper.
200 Jap Tea Pots, with strainer, worth 35c, sale price
100 Jap Mush and Milk Sets, 3- pieces, worth 35c, sale price
50 doz. Thin Tumblers, worth 50c set, sale price each
Glass Stand Lamps, No. 1, Complete, worth 35c, sale price
White open chambers, worth 45 cents, sale price
A BIG ASSORTMENT OF GLASSWARE ONLY
All 10 cent Hose, 2 pairs
AH Fancy China and Cut Glass 1-3 off
Our Armor Plate Hosiery is the most satisfactory hose we have ever 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 much cheaper
than you generally pay.
17 qt. Granite Dish Pan, White lined, worth 65c, now .49
Pint Bottle Washing Ammonia. 2 bottles
Assortment of Granite Pans and Kettles at only .IO
VALENTINES ON DISPLAY NEXT WEEK. ALL NEW STOCK.
EVEttfTtf/NG
%Qp*raM6ttsei Monday
"3r $
SOc
THE "LIVE WEEKLY* OF THE
each
15c
19c
4c
21c
32C
10c
pwo
EXAMPtfS
$ 1.89
3.60
.32
.08
Our
5
and
iO
cent
Counters'
have been
replenished
JJ 'with
Bargains.
Hi!-,-'. SS
UVEUTV
WATERTOWN. 8. ».
Dr. E. HEIINZ
DENTIST.
Offices in
Wii.-r Building.
Pbooe Main 690
WateHowr. S. D.
Happily Wedded.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Mclntvre on Wednesday
li'venm.!* occurred the marriage
of their daughter, Miss Edith
rind
Mr. Garfield Mej-er of Du
lutli. Minn The bride is one of
WatL-rtown's most charming
and accomplished young ladies
and the groom is secretaiy of
oik-
of the large flour and grain
companies at Duluth, Mr. and
Mrs. Me3'er left on the evening
train for points east. The News
ioins their many friends in ex
.ending congratulations.
Notice.
Board of County Crmmissioners
for Codington County, S.D., will
receive
bids for Physician for
I'or, and Overseer of Poor Farm
for the year of 1910, Bids to be
sealed
and mailed to the County
Auditor.
Bids will be received up to 12
o'clock
noon March 1st, 1901
Board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
E. I. Lampy, County Auditor.
31-35
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
I Courtesy Codington Co. Abstract Co
W. & St. P. Rj/. Co. to L. N.
Schulner lot 6 blk 72 2nd ry add.
§100.
S. Dory to John Schmiedling et
al lots 5,6 blk 6 Watertown $2000..
Hans Johnson to Jo Welter lot
25 blk 13 Watertown $2500.
Dakota Town Lot Co. to Fred
Nuber lot 9 blk 8 Florence $375.
F.R. Meadows to Emma L.Bruns
lot 5 blk 57, 2ndRy. add. $1.
W. G. Shaffer et al with Wil
liam
Smith si swi and lots 4, sec
1,116,51 $2847.
Hans -lohnson to Chas. Pardau
outlots 25 and 14 and 50 ft of
outlot 13 in sec 32,117,52, $1.
Winifred Brown to Johanna Ma
thiesen lots 1-3 blk 3 Syn add $1.
Albert Hamann to W.S. Murray
lots 11,12 blk 27 Syn add $3,500.
Benjamin Argile to John B. An
derson eJ17 and nwi 21-1185-4. $1.
Dakota Securities Co.. to Mere
dith Watson lots 1-5 blk 6 Way's
addition $1,500.
Meredith Watson to William
Lloyd Davis,lots 1-5 blk 6 Way's
add $1,625.
State of South Dakota to Lud
wig Rau swi nwi 16,118,52 $600.
If you have Deauty—we take it
if you have not—we make it, at
Gray's Studio. 20tf.
Notice to Owner of Land Before
Tax Deed Shall Issue.
To W. J. Marseh and Charles E.
Lee owners of record, and Marsch
and Lee in whose name taxed.
You are hereby notified that on
the 6th day of November A. D.
1895, the following described .piece
or parcel of Real Estate, taxed in.
the name of Marsch and Lee and
situated in the County of Coding
ton State of South Dakota, as fol
lows:
Lot numbered Forty (40), in
Block Pour (4), of Kemp Brother's
Addition to Watertown, S.D.,
was sold for taxes tberi due and
delinquent for the year 1894, at
tax sale by the Treasurer of said
County to Codington County anc
was by said purchaser duly as
signed to Harry Thomson who is
now the lawful holder of the cer
tificate of purchase. That said
taxes then due and delinquent
amounted to $1.68 and that subse
quent taxes to the amount of
$17.23 have been paid, with in
terest, penalty and costs accrued,
$18.88, making total amount ne
tesaary to redeem $37.72 and in
addition thereto,the cost of service
t»f this notice, together with such
interest as may accrue waiter this
date, must be paid, and that the
right of redemption will expire
and deed for said land be made
within sixty days from the com
pleted service of this notice...
Harry Thomson
Owner" and holder of certificates.
Dr. Hess
teed,
stored
Stock Food guaran­
tor sale at ijentson's Drug
fSlaotf.
Notice to Tax Payers,
All persons knowing themselves
indebted to Codington county for
tuxes, personal, are requested to
gall at the county treasurer's office
and pay the same before the pen
alties and interest starts, which
will commence the first of March,
»'|L. J. ©'TOOLE,
I: ,OoniiJ|y^Ireaau£eri*
LOCAL JTEMS
An exchange has discovered that
a poor girl has to be awfully good
looking to be pretty, and a rich
girl has to be awfully homely to
be ugly. It might have added
that a poor man has to be awfully
smart to be intelligent and a rich
man almost a blockhead to be ig
norant.
A Sioux Falls man has issued a
map intended to show that Sioux
Falls occupies nearly the same
place in the geography of the
northwest as Jerusalem did in the
geography of the Holy Land,, and
he thinks if people cannot'make
a trip to the Holy Land they can
derive nearly as. much benefit by
making a study of the land in
which Sioux Falls is situated. In
this man's map, Aberdeen doesn't
figure. Watertown being the most
northerly and westerly city on his
map, and it appears as the ancient
Tyre. The map may lead the in
genious Sioux Falls.resident into
a mass of libel suits, foiihe places
Iowa in the land of Moab and no
Iowegian will stand for that.—
Aberdeen Daily NewsL
The average American newspa
per reader is, a queer creature. He
is the most Critical felloW imagin
able. He picks up his local paper
and scans it carefully to see if
there is any personal mention of
himself. If \there is not he de
nounces personals in a newspaper
and yet' all he reads it for is per
sonal items. Everything an enter
prising editor can iMk^lfiiitem of
is legitimate booty for him. There
is nothing in the papers of the
present day so greedily' devoured
as the little personal, family and
society Hems It is therefore a
matter of policy "and1 business to
the proprietor of a newspaper to
furnish
a
Midway Grocery'1
PHONE GREEN 297.
SPECIAL SALE FOR
ONE WEEK.
Sale starts Monday morning, January 31st^?md
will continue ftfr one week.
It will pay farmers to drive many miles to take
advantage of these bargaiss in groceries. Every
thing is guaranteed.
Take a Look at these Prices:
Arm and Hammer Soda, sold ever where
for 10c, our price at this sale
Diamond Soap, regular price 6 bars for
25c, special sale price, 8 bars for
Eggs, fresh, per dozen
Canned Punkin, regular price 15c per
can, special sale price, per can
Schneider's Catsup, large bottle, regular
price 25c, special sale price
Navy beans, hand picked beans, regular
price 7c per lb., special
Canned Peas, regular price 12£c per can,
special sale price
Clothes Pins, per dozen
for his readers as far as
lies In tfis power, that which will
best satisfy the taste of the ma
jority of newspaper readers.
The editor of-the Saturday, News
4s in receipt of a personal letter
from our old time friend «'«Billy"
Chesterfield, formerly a resident
of Watertown but npw located at'
MableLake, British 'Columbia
Canada. Billy says he is doing
well and enjoying life to'tlie ful
lest extent and that he has shot so
many deer and elk thathe isnow
ashamed to look one of ani
malB4nthefaQe,-Mot.lonKagohe
shot and killed a njonster moun-:
-3
-A
4
5c
25c
30c
8
18c
5c
7c
lc
tain lion and a silver tip bear. He
received $40 for the bear's hide.
Mr. Chesterfield is the owner of'
a couple of quarter sections of.'
valuable timber land and some day
he will roll into Watertown withv
a roll of money big enuf to choke
a mule. We will aM think that
"Death -Valley Scotty" has struck
the brug when Billy returns to
the old town.
If your Stomach Heart or Kid
neys are weak, try at least, a few
doses only of E)r. Shoop's Restora
tive. In five or ten days only, the
result will surprise you. A few
cents will cover the cost. And
here is why help comes so quickly,
Sold by all druggists. Price 75c
per bottle.
1
Take HallV'famil^ PnULJor
^onstipation,
f"L
i.
Dr. Shoop doesn't drug, the Sto
mach, nor stimulate he Heart or
Kidneys. Dr. Shoop's Restorative
ij
goes directly to the weak and fail
ing nerves Each organ has its own
controlling nerve When these
nerves fail, the depending organs
must of necessity falter. This
plain, yet vital truth, clearly tells
why Dr Shoop's Restorative is so
universally Bucciessful. Its success.
is leading druggists everywhere to
give it. universal preference. Aj
test will surely tell. Sold by A.
28-32
Beware of Oihtments for Catarrk
That' Contain Mercurj^^lJ
as mercury will surely destroy
the sense of smell and completely
derange the whole system when
entering it thru the mucoua sur
faces. jSuch articles should never
be used except in prescription
from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is ten fold
to the goot| you'can possibly derive
from them. Hallos Catarrh Cure,
manufactured "Ijy F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo,'O.,- contains no mer
cury and is taken infernally, act
ing directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Mo
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be
sure you get the genuine. It is
taken internally and madie inTole
do, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Testimonials free.
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Character phot^raphii from our
•tndio show taste and judgment,aa
well aa,artistic dcill of the maker.
They will pleaael you aa well ai^J
your friends. Let,, us show
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