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Why Ran! a Farm
•sd be compelled to pay to your landlord
most
ol your hard-earned profits? Own yoar own
fflffm, Secure a Free Homestead in Man
Saskatchewan or Alberta,
or purchase land In
one
of these districts and
bimk A' profit of
$10.00 or $12.00 an
mm
every year*
Land purchased 3
years ago at $10.00 an
acre has recently
changed hands at
$25.00 an acre. The
crops grown on these
lands warrant the ad
vance. Yon can
Become Rich
by cattle raising,dalryixur.mlxed
farming and grain growing in
the province* of Manitoba,
Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Free homeetead And pre
emption areas, ao well aa land
held by railway and land com
panies. will provide homes
for millions.
Adaptable soli, healthful
climate, splendid school*
and churches,good railways.
For sottion' mux,
dwcriptlvo
literature "Laat Boot Went," bow
to rewh Ibo country
and
otbor
p«r-
llcalar*.
write to
Dr. Harry I. Bar lion
Surgery==Medicin'j
Officc and residence in Water
town Sanitariutr and Hospital
building.
Telephone Main 144
DR. V. 6. A E E
I'liyaician and Surgeon
Office and Kmb. Century lJlk. Phone
Main 408. Hours—10to 12 a. 2 to
4 and 7 to 8:30 p. m.
MARK V. SHEAFE, Jr.
(i
Attorney aud Counselor at ^Law
State's Attorney in OodinRton Co.
Rooms 1 and 2 Meliotte Block.
Watertown South'Dakota
CASE 8HURTLEFF
Attorneys and
CoiuiHelorH
Watertown, S. D.
Practice In All Court*
UKICKKL.lv
CON8THUCTION CO.
Architects, Contractors andJBuildurs
Plans and estimates furnished. Office
and shops 114 1st Ave. 8. W.
Phone Green 83
FRA«K BENNETT
i'Tf' \v-v
Baggage and Dray Line
Biano and Sale Mov'ng. Excavating
123 N. Maple. Phone Main 270
ff
P. A. BUSS
tixpert Plano.Tuner
•t-ih audi Repairer
AllWork Guaranteed. Terms Rea
sonable.
Ainawprth Music Store Phone red 99
'orTransfer and /Dray- Work Try
.. f. v-
Ei*
Ptan»-M«vlng: a Specialty
U&»No: Maple. Phone Main' »0?
•I. Wm. DIETZ
Upholstering, Awnings, Tent*
tialr and Moss Mattreasea made'tv
order and renovated.
FIRST CLASSWORKMANSHIR
119,. 1st Av.S. B. opposite Main Eit
MS? trance to Court House.
House Cleaning
Time is Here,
You will want to brighten up those
rooms, or the house and make them
look-like new.
We do all kinds of
Real Estate Transfers
Reported by Codincton County Abstract Co.
Watertown, S. D.
l)avi«
I
Bnp
't
of Immi­
gration, Ottawa. Canada, or to the
Canadian Government Agent.
J. M. MacLachlan
Drawer 107, Watertown, 8. D.
fUfto addrsM D«are«t yoa) (38)
Dr. M. Watsori
DENTIST
Mellette Block
Phone Main 2.
T.
f®^|
MINTING AND DECORATING
H. W. SMITH,
PC
916 Flr*t Ave. 8
dfeacnpions
yearly,Jail parts of city,
j^ale cHetip ii-bought w-
il8o3iousea from. $900" to
ro
SmIxtui. I
Minnie U. Wny to i:«k. Sw. lots
i, blk. 4*. It.-plat W. Wat. $1.
Citherine A. flaish to (*t T. Hipp,
ft. lots i. 2, blk. -M.», S"- ity.
Ol.ncora S. Hawley to Clara
Weaver. SW 1-4 NK I 4 and W 12 SK
1-1 of 11 1 -r 1 $1.
(Mara Weuvw i- 'ildicora S. Haw
!•, lots 1-. i:t. 1."., blk. :t, I'.rtu k'K $1.
!.. (j. Mi!) to Herbert A. Park. W 82
lois l'J, 1 11. lilk. lit, First Ity
\ihl
Ainrrii'II IIciIri'S
1 1* in id hi 1
Tif Kpwonh League? of
Win. W.
Icrfuri !i
blk Way's add.,
Wnkelield, lota 1,
%•ir,n.
Alfred MeLauphliii to Janus llim.m
loi M, blk. 72, See. It. $1.
dist chiiri h. showing its
awake ii»d
l»b-dK«'
Tin-
pb-asf
:nak*'
•I al
NW
Ke.
Stover",
1 4
i-:
Dim Him Ki Herman
NK I I lix-fil!: .fl
I'Hlcrn TdWii hoi Co
li»'^
larenee Me
rearrange
blk. Hop
elai k,
less S
Mike Vaillat lo Mirian
lot 2. lilk. 2. MeM nil's A (Id
:iu II $X0'I.
S. 12
Mar­
Walla llros. lo Mike Vailbtr
II. ol' X. s', II., lois H, hlk.
lin's Hy. Aild. $lxnn.
s'K 14
U. S. to I(oren/.e l*i Spieer
:12-1
is-r.'.'
pateni.
S. W. Lemustor to K. Kdwards,
lot In. blk. 1, Am. Lmd Cos Add. lo
So, Shore Ifl.
II. .1. llerinK to S. \V. Lemaster, los
4H-4J, hlk. 1, Am. I.aiul Oo's Add. to
S. S. Ifl.
11. I». Walrutli to Chas. W. Stuten
roth, I'nd. 1-2 int. to S.4, 86 ch. lot 3
ill 22-117-53 $1.
Arthur W. Cooley to Penelopo II.
Cooley, SR 1-4 NE 1-4 of 30 SW 1-4
NW 1-4 and NW 1-4 SW 1-4 29-11S-54
$1,(100.
Daniel D. Long to T. J. Kelly, NS
1-4 14 SE 1-4 SW 1-4 nnd SW 1-4 SE
1-4 11-118.62 $27,325.
Dak. Sec. Co., to John Moodie, lots
1, 2, 3, blk. 8, Way's No. Side Add
$1)00.
Minnie G. Wny to Dak. Sec. Co., lots
1-3, blk 8, Way's No. Side Add $000
Lillian Ryan to T. S. Ryan, lot 1,
folk. 4, Hopper's F:\Irvicw Add. $1.
S. Ryan to Lillian Ryan, lot 12,
blk. 3, So. Side Add, and lot 2, blk.
5, Snyd. Add. $1.
C. K. Odeklrk to Snbena Herfurtn
Davis, lot 12, blk. 1, Lake Shore Add.
to Yaliota, $1.
C. C. Wiley to H. D. Walrath, Uud.
1-8 int. in 4 ch. 86 Iks lot 3 in 22-117-53
$300.
Carrie Riddell to P. O. Mlmnaugh,
lots 1, 2, blk. 23, Brock's $1.
Sabena Herfurth Davis to Wm. W.
Wakefield, lot 20, blk. 3, Way's and
lots 21, 22, blk. 4, Way's $1.
U. S. A. to Arthur Way, SE 1-4 NW
1-4 and NE 1-4 SW 1-4 and N 1-2 NW
1-4 31-118-53 patent.
Contract For Deed.
William Lloyd Davis with Wesley,
Swenson, lots 17 and 19, blk. 5, Way's
Add. $60.
Wesley Swenson with Dak. Sec. Co.,
lota 17 and 18, blk. 6, Way's Add.
$700.
8AVED MANY FROM DEATH.
W. L. Mock, of Mock,.Ark., believes:
he has saved many lives in hla 26t
years of experience In the drug busi-j
ness. "What I always like to do," hei
writes,, "is to recommend Dr. King'si
New Discovery for weak, sore lungs,!
hard colds, hoarseness,, obstinate!
coughs, la grippe, croup, asthma or)
other bronchial, affection, for I feel
sure that a number of my neighbors
are alive and well today because they
took my advice to use it.: I honestly
believe It's the host throat and lung
medicine that's made." Easy to prove
he's.right. Get a trial bottle or
regular 60c or $l.Qp battle. Guaranteed
by all druggists 46-43
Adoiph Chesick, who had the mis
fortune to break one, of his arms by
slipping on an ice covered sidewalk
to getting along as weU as couldubo
expected under the circumstances, but,
it wlll be soni^^ tlme before
.be able to use .the Injured ann^ ,|-j
H. R. Davlln, the. i^lnestatei.flcian,
miade a business trip to Iowa, this woek
THE SATURDAY NEWS, WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAKOTA
First Hundred Given
to New Church Fund
the Metho­
annual wide­
enterprisiiiK spirit, has
the tirsi
OIIP hundred dollars
Mm buildiim fund for
lav.
clutl'i
III
)u'»
M.
fiscal
th.- l.o
tin- fiii
H«T\ i«
ii
be
the new
nfoiiiU' iu'ld Wednesday eve
action was
with
bci
iken and met
arty approval of
I'S pi
the mem-
•lit
uciv elccied for tlie ensuing I
and
will be installed at
tor
the '-veniim service in!
on Sunday. .May 14.
The
ill be in change of
the Ep-
i.uuf and short
addresses will
,y In- different
members.
worth Le mue is very much
it bcinn the first
$200 A YEAR WILL
ieeker,
to .John Cos
Homy
-1.
hlk
$l if.
Alln'i K. 11:iiniiicl lo
lot 2. blk. 1Henry, $1.
('.a,. W I'iiM., irusi
(i. Way. ct ill, lois
plat UYmi Wat.. $11"
c. W Stmeiiroili lo
1 lodcll. loi !t ol Siuieuri
iiicni of inis r. i:. t.
(icr's Add.: 1.
Knmk ,\1e(iil
to
Minnie
lie
hlk.
ones to
..it toward the building
fund.
BUY A BEAUTI­
FUL
HOME.
This is the best (leal ever oderod In
Watertown. An absolutely modern
six
room cottage in the east pan of
the
city, in fine neighborhood, am]
just
just four and one-halt' blocks from
the
hi^h school. This is a full sized
lot
and the house has only been built two
\ears. Plumbing ami heiting of
the
vry best and installed not more than
six mouths.ar.o Hou-c all finished in
birch, hard maple floors thruout
the
house. pull bas-mu ni all cemented,
s'mie loundaiion iron's Ihe bottom of
he basement up. It is a most beauti
ful home and cm be bought for $o,.r00.
$ 1,1 (n» cash and balance at $200
vear at 7 per cent. 'this property
will not last long on these terms.
Interesting Story of First Experience
of Philadelphia Millionaire on Ar­
riving in America.
The first experience of a millionaire
mt'ic-hant at Philadelphia, on his ar
rival in this country, aptly illustrates
what
puhIi
If you have not selected your word
of power do so without further delay.
The following may be of help
ST^JS MUCH TROUBLE.
If all people knew that neglect of
constipation would result lit severe
indigestion, yellow jaundice or viru
lent liver trouble they would soon
take Dr. King's New Life Pills, and
end it. It's the only safe way. Best
for biliousness, headache, dyspepsia,
chills and debility. 25c at- all drug
gists. c- 46-43
—5
ft
per
You
will have to see it to appreciate
Impure ol K. M. Parker at the
l«|
llanleii lloiul Co. lo .1. II. Minor
14, hlk. "K", liiircliiird's Ailil. $1.
Dak. Secnrilies Co.. io M. A. Harvey,
,ijt al, lot !i. lilk. 2, Way's Add. $350.
.1 no C. Cunningham to Wm. IJoy
Ilavis. loi 12, blk. a7, See. Ky. $25'I).
day News ollh e.
it.
Satur­
WHAT PUSH CAN ACCOMPLISH.
can accomplish. "When I
stepped ashore from the sailing ves
sel," he said, "Iwas witnout money or
friends. I spoke to a man on the wharf
and asked him what to do. He replied:
Work, young man. Have you any
motto?"
Wo,' 1 said. 'Wlnt do you mean?'
"He said:
'livery man must have a motto.
Now, think of one. Go out and hunt
for work.'
I started, thinking of a motto. As
I walked along the street I saw, paint
ed on a door, the word, 'Push.' I said:
That shall be my motto.' I did push
it thiit noor 1111 entered an office. 1
was asked what I wanted. I said:
'Work and the word on your door
gave me not only a motto, but con
fidence, and I ventured to ask you for
employment.'
"My manner pleased the man. He
asked me many questions, all of which
were answered promptly. He said .'t
length:
'I want a boy of 'push,' and, as
you have adopted that for your motto,
1 will try you.'
"He did. My success followed, and
the motto that made my fortune will
make that of others."
1
J- P. Johnson, employed In the Wa
tertown poatoffice, has purchased 'a
Hot on south. Oak etreet-and wlll erect
ja neat cottage tnereon thla summer.
.5
.'V. .V. V,.:
OVERLAND MODEL 5S
Watertown
to
you:
"Manhood overtops all mere titles."
"When wealth is lost,' nothing is
lost when health is lost, something
lost when character is lost, all is
lost."
"Our todays and yesterdays are the
blocks with which we build."
"Don't wait for your opportunity
make it."
"Find your purpose and i.ing your
life out to It"
"Perfection to the finish."
"Try to be somebody with all your
might."
"Do not -wait for great. opportuni
ties seize common occasions and
make them great"
"Do not turn your back on troubles
meet themrBquarely.n
'Guard your weak point.'' 'o.
em:
WW
The Qr
701 1st re N. B.
Model 55. An extremely convenient, easily handled, five passen
ger, 40 H. P., fore-door touring car for all kinds of city and suburban
driving. This car cannot be duplicated for the price elsewhere.
Like all Overlands, this car is made under the best manufacturing
conditions in the largest exclusive automobile factory in the
world. Its correct proportions provide that same relation of
weight to power'and of one part to another which has made Over
lands famous for their facility of operation and reliability in C9n
tinuous service. Its mechanical efficiency is equalled by its stylish
appearance and elegant appointment. Overlands are good cars.
This is an Overland.
Wheel Base—112. Tread—56 or 60. Body—Passenger Touring,
Open or 4-door. No extra charge tor fore-doors.
Price—$1,300.00
THE RE0 CAR
At Prices Ranging From
$725.00 to $1,300.00
The car that made the trip from New fork to San Francisco in 10
days, 15 hours and 13 minutes, thereby making a schedule of over four
days faster time than any previous record.
The infallible get-there-and-back ability of the REO has been known for
vein by REO owners and has been proved by dozens of public tests, but this is
tin' greatest test of all, and is absolute proof.
The E-M-F "30" Touring Car, $1,000.00
There is one supreme test which must be passed by any man-made device,
before it can achieve a real success.
It is the test of time.
The E-M-F "30" Touring Car has passed the test of time.
On road, hill, track and speedway the E-M-E1 "30" is the car of proved
strength, power, speed and durability. Year after year, the verdict has been the
same. In tests where the price has been disregarded and merit alone has count
ed, the E-M-F "30" Touring Car has invariably scored one hundred per cent.
The Hanten Machine Company sells the most automobiles be
cause it handles the best cars made.
Marmon, Overland, Reo and E. M. F. Thirty-seven di£ferent
models to select from ranging in price from $450 to $2,750.
Hanten Machine Co.
Good Things Don't Always Come
High
Our groceries and meats, for example, are moderate in cost—and it is our
policy to give a little better quality for a little less money than anywhere else,
This week we wish to clean out our stock of Baking Powder. Several
brands. All good as is made. Regular 25c a can, this week ...,..,.,10c.,
Will also make a special on Hams and Lard. Lard is going up all the
time. So get busy. Order early.
Silver Leaf Lard, this week
Empire Picnic Ham, this week 12%c
Empire Ham, this week
17c
We don't'need to tell you of the flne quality of our fresh meats—beef" and
pork—-if you afe now oneof our customers—they know it is good. If not one
of our customers—give u& a trial and be convinced.
4-
Farmers "bring us your seed potatoes. We have sold all of our"large stock
Will pay. highest market price.
You Money
South Dakota
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4
hone Main 208

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