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Hominy, 5 cans Tomatoes, 4 cans. .«£•.... Oranges,_peck. Prunes, 8 pounds Peaches, 4pounds. O •:£&. -»M 14. 1 1 -ti Sr Our Specials Jon. Dried Apples, 6 pounds.......... 50c Granulated Sugar, 9 pounds Brown Sugar, 9 pounds Rub-No-More Soap, 14 bars..... Swift's Pride, 14 bars Mayflower Codfish, reg 20c, per lb Spiced Herring, $1.25 pail for KKKK Herring, $1.25 pail for... Bloaters, 6 for Seed Potatoes 701 1st Ave N. E. For a limited time only The Saturday News is able to offer a years subscription to "Farm and Fireside", a free copy of "Farm By-Products" and a year« sub scription to "The SaturdayiNews", new or renewal, for only $1.50. AND THE NATIONAL FARM PAPER ESTABLISHED* 1877 l-'r I «"5^i nr- I 1 "i 'VELROD AND EDEN. The basket social that was: held at •the church In Elrod last Friday nigbt '•was well attended and the sale of bas- brought In nearly $80.00.' Mr. and Mrs. John Clegg of'ElJod 'Jgwere JjAlay passengers to Watertowir Satirr- v^ $ Mrs. S. E. Oilman of Elrod was a Ws "Suitor at the Norris borne one day last Week. Miss Anna Bagan who teaches the southeast Elrod school Spent Saturday '4'f 4n Clark. Clemens Domes and sister Sunday ed at the S. E. Oilman home. Thomas Bagan .has purohaBed a farm r^""»b6ut ten mllOTi northeaat of Henry. Miss Ella White of Garden City via- 5 Iswith friends in Henry Monday. Cunnlflt of Clark was a guest of Slattery Monday. Wn, Clegg apd Wm.McQaakem hav« •^returned from the south where they1 Ajpent thewlnta-. :-i" V- On every dollar you buy it means a sav-^Lrv ing of 25 cents. We quote a Jjs^ prices/- Corn, 5 cans .* .\50(f'~ 5 lb.,epkg. OatmeaT/reg'25c. .SJOc Peas, 5 cans /.-... .. 4 50c 50c ...... 50c -§9C 50c A ...60c Gorn 50c 50c .50c 50c 15c 95c ,95c 25c $1.50 For OCTOBER 10 1*1* The Three am* IGeo._Swisher*s .brother is here from Iowa."' ij Gold Dust, reg. 25c..............20c Syrup, reg. 45 cents per gal Dill Pickles, reg. 60c, per gallon. Sweet Pickles, reg. 90c, per gal.. Arm & Hammer Soda, 4 pigs.. ,.250 Gloss Starch, 4 packages Navy Beans, reg 7c, per pound ... Corn jflakes, 6 packages Duffy's Cider, gallon .: 1 Smoked and Salt Fish^V Smoked Salmon, reg. 25c, at Oil Sardines, 6 cans for. Try a piece ol Dakota Bacon for your breakfast, it is fine, and don't forget their weiners and liver sausage, they make the best at the Whooley Packing Plant. Winchester Ham, reg. 23c per pound ...... 1 8 Picnic Ham, reg. 18c pe* pound 12%C Lard, reg. 18c per pound, 5 pounds 76c Mustard Sardines, 3 cans for Kinoscar Sardines, 2 cans for Fresh Meat of all kinds The Grocer That Saves You Money. We have the Early Ohio at 75 cents per bushel. To be convinced try a bushel. We Pay Highest Price for Produce Henry A. McKool FARM BY-PRODUCTS returned from Clark Saturday. George Adams of Clark was In Elrod on business Tuesday. E. E. Poss 'of Clark, was a live city visitor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. ,L P. Cradit of Bailey's -tne spent Sunday with relatives in Garden city, VosBfs „4« HENRY. ae J- A.^artereon and Chas. Zender were Watertown visitors Mbnday. Mrs.Lizzie Slncltilr of Kipling,Mich., visited relatives in Henry last week.* Mrs. Nommensen and daughter Mrs. Hurlbnrt of Raymond return ed home Monday after attending the Helle-Boenke wedding of this place. H. Swlflher of Peite, Iowa, arrived last week Cora visit with his brother George.. and Mrs.' Robert Fatterron o: 2 67 HIDDEN TREASURES TXRM ""^RESIDE SPRINGFIELD ivvw OHIO This is absolutely t3ie best offer we have been able to get out for our subscribers. You must act promptly. Call in and leave order, or mail your order today, to P. T**«ATU WAY HEWS, WATEftTOWN, 4»0*»m WUWoT,,. 1 35c .40c .75c O I OK« Starch, 4 packages 25c 25c 5c .50c 50c wr 20c .25c 25c 25c Phone Main 208 Georgo's,, Mrs Wisnard a^^ftugfite^liUen and son Ch&rlie were UYO jCity viaitors Saturday. Miss Margaret O'Brien went to 4be live city Saturday. returning &ondsty morning, day on business. Jim Kench made a flying trip to the live city one day Jast week. Blair Tefesier is. going.to farm the Tom Heathcote place again'this year, Carl' Poulsoh and family were shop ping in the live city Saturday John McMabbn has -gone to work for Loverlng & BrowA selling grocer ies again -Si "W®- Earn FranTtlin -was** up through the north part of our town looking for hogs, with a view to buying, so We bear- yfa .•'I'CiSsKr— 1— KRANZBURGk Mrs. Mike Fox of the live City was in the burg Tuesday. Nick Ries was a business caller the live city Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Marx of the city were in the burg on business Tuesday. Mike V. Fox was a business caller in Waterfown Saturday. John Zirbes of Castle wood was week' :. ,4^%}.-..: Elrod spent Monday in Henry. Mrs. A. C. King.and son -Eugene spent Monday in Watertown. The basket social given for the ben efit of the Henry school was well at tended. The proceeds amounted to $29.35. Mrs. John Cosgrove was a Water town visitor last Week. Chris1 Nanglee returned home last week from Wisconsin..where he has spent tie winter. •,£&< A number from "Hen'^y attended the psjty at the home of George Swisher Friday night All report a fine time. Mr. John Washtoak returned homo from Slsseton, S. D., last week. Miss Elsie Hurle of Elrod spent Sun day in, Henry. RICHLAND Qntte a little wintry Sunday out not so bad as it was farther west Of us. Jim Reddy was in the live' city couple of days last week having some dental- work done. Mr, Lew tarsen is down with the measles. He is staying: at Simeon in the burg on business Tuesday. Joe Fox was transacting business in Goodwin Thursday, Albert Lindner was a business trans actor in Watertown. Mr. an3 Mrs. John Haan are the proud parents of a bouncing baby girl. Joe Schuller was In Watertown on business Saturday. Alfred Deniger of Watertown was in the burg Tuesday. GRACELAND. Effle Phipps has been very sick but is able to be up now. Oscar Peterson left Thursday for his home in North Branch, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Scott accom panied Orville Hllliard on his auto trip to Graceland Wednesday. Willis and Lloyd Seaver, Will Kaye and Oscar Plagen's were visitors at the Smith home Friday Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gans£ and Mr. Lykes of Kampsvllle,.Ill., spent a cou pasture. Mr. Ault was grinding feed for Mr Klogenberg Monday FLORENCE. There is another "medicine soap" show in town this week. There is a car load of excellent Rochester, Minn., potatoes in town this week' being sold at 76 cents per bushel. Some farmers are buying them for seed. Messrs. BeBt, Krier, Konke and Ford returned to Watertown Monday morn ing where they are serving as jurors. Will Stemwedel is the latest Flor ence victim of the automobile fever, having purchased a new Ford auto last week. Mr. John Newel who has been at Hot Springs the latter half of tne winter' returned home last Friday. Mrs. S. U. Hayden who has been making an extended visit at Kings City, Missouri, returned home Friday night. Miss Stella Best entertains the "Merry Mugs" this week Thursday. Mrs. Perrin had an attack of appen dicitis last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Martha Hayden visited over Sunday in the country. There was a grange meeting in the hall Thursday nlght when some new members were taken in and three offi cers elected. Ti»y were Mrs. F. Mc Laughlin Rob Newel and Chaunc-y White. The boys dramatic club gave their play at Garden City last Friday night, making.the trip in three autos. They expect to present the same play at Wallace In the near future. DEATH OF CHILD. m?2 fM "lb Tillle, the tS year ofd daughter -of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tborne,. 601 Fourth street S. W, died at the famity home .Sunday night Short funeral ser viees were held Monday morning. Tn ten^ent.^as made In Mt. Hop^ cemo- reer for the. Judge Che adjourned term tf ci«uit.conit of this coonty convened "city.on Tuesday with Hon. C. X. SewAwi of Thomas Seddy and faatity were^lri ..... the live city Saturday"/ W^tretovqi, Judge pf the, TMrfl Judi Leon Tracy has built fctfc a house to live in-while doing hiB work on th-4 farm this spring. OiAl kins olrcujj, preBidUjg ^nd A. of Watert^wnt.sus QQijrt jreporter. At the opening of iourt aimost the en' tire panel of jurors, the moat of w^om are farmers, wanted to be excused Pre^HeatoQte.i? painting bis grav ary. A, *"c WI'JUOIO, wumw uo UAUUBUU A1 Strube^was'ln the live city'iatiUi from ^ury duties for the term,bat att^r being questioned closely'by the judge they decided to stay for the present., Altho the judge is newly elected he is one of the 63est lawyers itf point of practice In the northeast corner of the state, having a practice in Watertown! something like thirty years. He Is of pleasing personality and courteous and his standing among the bar is of the highest and ntembers of the bar freely predict for him a brilliant and useful career as a judge. He has ex changed terms, with Judge McKnlty this week, Jiidge MpNiiity trying cases for Judge Seward for the regular term at W&tertown this week. A. T. Hopkins w,ho was formerly clerk in the United States I^and Office at Watertown and who is well known to many of tho settlers of the nerva tion, is court reporter for Judge Sew ard and is renewing acquaintance with many of his old time friends during his services as court reporter at this term.—Slsseton Standard. Mrs. Chase Falls Down Stairs Breaking Arm 1 Ui-- ••. Tripping on some obstruction while about to descend the stairs leading to a lower floor In the home of her son, P. A. Sleeper, 225 Second avenue S.W., Mrs. Rebekah Chase was thrown .to the bottom of the flight breaking her right arm below the elbow. The accident occurred at about 1 o'clock Monday morning while she was alone in the house. She fainted and after recovering consciousness she walked tQ. the home of a neighbor where she again fainted twice beforS a surgeon came and rduced the frac- tUre- ... Ijfe Mrs. Chase is 76 years oliL SERVICES ARE CONTINUED. So much interest was developed in ....... the special revival meetings at the M. pie of days at Ernest Sshoonover's last E. church last week that It was decid- ed to continue them this week with Mr. Henska's horse for which a re- the exception of Saturday evening1, ward of $10 was offered was found Each meeting will be preceded by a the Smith boys- in Mr. Lundberg's Bong service by the large chorus which has been one of the leading attrac tions at these meetings'. Services be gin this week at 7:45 instead of 7:30. Dr. Ash of Garden City was called They will probably close Sunday eve Sunday to consult with Edna Jorgen sen, who is much worse with little hope of recovery. ,Oscar Swanson lost out in his match with George Torman at Wallace last Tuesday night, Torman getting tho first fall in 10 minutes and the second in 14 minutes. indnw X« 1 (•.• r.ii. .• r.,-. .. -ii :e^A ning. THE YOUNG BRIDE'S •~rf FIR8T DI8 ':v.r.a: COVERY Their wedding tour had ended, md they entered their new home to settle down to what they hoped to be one long unlnterrupted Blissful honeymoon. But alas! the young bride's troubles soon began, when she tried to reduce the cttst of living with cheap big can baking powders. She soon discovered that all she got was a lot for her money,and it was not all baking powder, for the bulk of »t was cheap materials which had no leavening power. Such powders will not. make light, wholesome food. And because of the absence of leavening sas.lt requires from two or three times as much to raise cakes or biscnits as it does, of Calumet Baking powder. Thus, eventually the actual cost to you, of cheap baking ponders, is more than Calumet would bej^i Cheap baking powders often leave the bread bleached and acid,sometimes yellow, and alkaline, and often unpalat able. They are not always of uniform strength and quality. Now the bride buys Calumet—the perfecty wholesome baking powder, moderate in price, and always uniform and reliable.- Caltimet keeps indefin itely, makes cooking easv. and la tainly the most economical after all Bird Dogs at iJsge" To Get it in Neck Provision has been made for the care of wild game during the months of April, May and June, or durlng the nesting season, and the law is specl flcali?, directed against the ninoing at 5 wge of bird dogs during that time.- State Game Warden Bancroft has sent out instructions to all his depu ties thruout the sute Ins^cUnK them to vigorous measures to locate all dogs at large and, If possible, to find Xhe owners, but in case, they not w»t discovered to .exterminate the ca nines so running at large |n rJolaUon of the laws.- ftSffsa 0, w» «««««.('SSjfjto which so perfectly 'At the eV«|. and"the sight that It makes .it easy .to.see the flaps# print. .We are paHlwibililn the"* WW li EX^UNAIRON OP EY6i» to have everything just right^ant^ afftt^ then enabled to tell you just \tfxat'" kind of glasses, if any ar^sjiecessary, Jfjj for you to wear. trial will tw&vin^e '0. you. Et Er PREY Jeweler and Optician Skinner's Dray and Transfer Lii|e JIM SKINNER, Prop, Office across the Street east of Met* ham" Lumber Yards. Phone Office, Main 349 PhoneiResldenee, Main YOU SEE OUft WAV. of welghina shows you to fraction of an ounce the quantity of tea, eftffee, butter, sugar, etc,, .you are getting. When you gat the groceries (tome weigh them on your own scales and you'll find we have- given you full weightfijin evetyl Instance. "Yoq. get what you pay f(tr.-her«^hoth In quan tity and quality,'. Remember we have a large stock sf Halibut, Herring and Smoked Salmon, a?.jweii as ajj pjhfr fl»h fpr Lent. Henry Sfverts, PAINTING AND PAPER BANGING Deco,ratlnfi and a! House Finishing All work guaranteed. See our lldfe of wall paper sainples before you or der as It will pay you. P.hone green 671 618 fourth 8t. 8. E. raiismsiiii OIMIONO BRAND got* exilic boxes, (waled wilh BltadC •niv*. Takb KO Oman, smwss »K»J» I-itu»!iOTtwSt*af ftratitmrrkxl House Cleaoing lime is iuuL. GISTS at tit, Saf,«, AI way* RellabM SOLD BY All. DRUGGIST %sm Bitters Succeed when everything else foila. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the eapreme remedy, as thousands have testhed.' it l» cho best mtdicitie ever sold oyer ft droggist^ cptintcr* Tou will want to brighten :iip those rooms, or the house and m^ke them look like new. .We do all kihds of PAINTING AND DECORATING^ :^h. W. SMITHS V§fT: 915 Plrat Ave. 8. E.