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THE 1 Extra Special Ladies Waist, shirt style, like cut, made of the well known "Eden" cloth, in plain greys and stripes. An ideal garment for winter wear that can be »laundered at 'home, special each... .$1.27 Mail orders tilled on this garment. FARMERS! We want your Turkeys tor Thanksgiving. Highest market prices paid for your pro duce-butter and eggs. Watch for our Thanks giving specials in next weeks paper. Henry McKool The East Side Grocer Watertown, S. D. Revival Services at Grand Opera House Union revival meetings under the direction of the pastors of the co-oper ating churches began Sunday evening at the Grand Opera house. While the weather has not been favorable to large audiences the house has been well filled from evening to evening. The meetings onened with unusual in1 terest and marks of God's presence, as on the very opening night there were conversions, and each night following there have been a number who have made ai public confession. Rev. b\ R. Leach spoke Sunday evening on "The Cry of the Soul." He pointed out the church's duty to care for souls, and the double duty of every man to care for his own soul. Monday even ing Rev. A. B. Keeler addressed his words entirely to the unsaved, and a number responded to the invitation to accept Christ. Tuesday evening Rev. Young impressed his audience with the necessity of salvation, and at the close of his forceful address fire came forward at the invitation. Wednes day night Rev. C. Kearns spoke with profit to hiB hearers. The services will continue for some nights and it is expected that great good will result from these meetings. Friday after school a special meeting for boys and girls will be held in the social room of the M. E. church. A union prayer meeting is planned for the public in the same room on Friday at 3 p. m. Sunday morning services will be held as usual in, the various churches. Sunday at 3 p. mm ffiaSas m'mf- Having picked up about 100 choice new Sample Coats for Ladies and Misses winter wear, will offer them at about 25 per cent saving from the regular price. Its a great opportunity for those not hav ing bought. If you are not ready to buy at this time, come and select your garment now and we will lay same aside for you. COATS RANGE IN PRICE AT $7.98, $9.48, $12.50, $15.50, $16.50, $19.75, $21.50. They are all great values, come in long mixtures, double faced materials and nice plain blacks. Extra Special Fine all serge'dresses, piped with vel vet, $20 values each only.. $12.75 Extra Special Friday Morning Light prints per yard. 4£c Limited 10 yards to a customer. PAULIS Dry Goods Company m. there will be a meeting for men only in the Grand opera house, addressed by Rev. Keeler. All men are urged to be pres ent. At the Barae hour in the Baptist church there will be a meeting for women only. A speaker from Sioux Falls will acldress the women. Sat urday evening Col. Marshall of the' Salvation Army will be the 'special' speaker at the Grand opera' house. Mr. Paul Paulson has charge of a large chorus choir, and Mr. Clements White, a full blooded Sioux Indian, sings a solo each evening. Cottage pi ayer meetings- are held each after noon. People are urged to plan tobe present, and every person is given a most cordial invitation to come out to these meetings. High school scholars are especially luged to be present Frl day, Saturday and Sunday nights. Mr. Charles Hallowell of Minneapolis plays the violin each night and Mr. Peck of this city assists with the cor net. ACKNOWLEDGE IT. Watertown Has to Bow to the Inevita ble—Scores of Citizens Prove It. After reading the public statement of this representative citizen of Water town given below, you must come to this conclusion: A remedy which cur ed years ago, which has kept the kid neys in good health since, can be re lied upon to perform the same work in other cases. Read this': William Douthwaite, 600 Fourth Ave., S. W., Watertown, S. Dak., says: "1 gladly confirm all I said about Doan's Kidney Pills when I publicly recommended them in August 1907. They did me a world of good and since then I have praised them at every op portunity. A number of years ago I had a severe attack of kidney com plaint. The secretions from my kid neys were filled with sediment and 1 could not control them. There was a dull ache in my back and I could scarcely do any work at all. I took a great deal of medicine but it was left for Doan's Kidney Pills to relieve me. This remedy restored me to good health. I am now an old man and I And that occasional use of Doan's Kidney Pills keeps my back and kiCtteyg strong." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and take no other. Don't Know What Pumpkin Pie Is ft is hard to realize that there are thousands of people living today who have never tasted real pumpkin pie, and who never will taBte it If they were to be given a slice of the genu ine variety they would turn up their noses at it. Some of them have been fed nothing but the pninpkin pie of commerce. Thii is made by stewing up some anemic squash, then adding some cinnamon to flavor it and some to conceal the taste of the THE »AftfRDAY NEWS, WAfKftrdWfc, SOUTH OAKOTA More NEW COATS for this week and next /. 7' 'J Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Mon day and Tuesday November 16, 17, 18, 20 and 21 Something New Snow flake velvet waists now play, special each Each... $3.95 Muff to match at the same price. spissssir? & sasas fV /m Opossum Scarfs on dis $4.95 We are show ing some excep tional strong values in furs. Special Opos sum Scarf, sim ilar to cut. 4 cinnamon and some sugar to soften the taste of the ginger. It is poured into a crust and baked. Sometimes they put merinque on top. This should be made a penal offense, without par role or pardon. Others have been brot up on pie made from the squash pumpkin. The interior of this is a tint that is aptly described as "yal ler." It bears no more resemblance to the real old fashioned pumpkin than brass does to gold. There is, though, a faithful little band which clings .to the old traditions. With them pumpkin pie is made.of the gen uine pumpkin. Such pie is a bless ing to the meal and a benefit to the man. But the time will come when only antiquarians know what real pumpkin pie is. We shall not be sur prised if within a few years some one puts a top crust on it.—W. D. Nesbit. EGAN'S FENCES DON'T FIXING. NEED We note in looking over the ex changes from the state that the sev eral candidates for different offices are making that tour looking over the different places where their fences are somewhat torn down. We note that Candidate Byrne has been at Water town, Sioux Falls, Aberdeen and Yank ton looking over the ruined fences, with a view of straightening out the entanglement. We are sorry for him down here but we can not help him in the least. We are for Geo. W. Egan for governor, for the reason that he is making a straight out and out cam paign for himself alligning himself witk no other faction, creed or de nominationi going before the people on his own platform as the primary law of this state specifically declares shall be the way of entering as a can didate1- Re will when elected, as ho will, be free from all promise to deal out PIE, to tlie faithful ones and can unobstructed, give to the people who elect him a BUSINESS ADMINISTRA TION, which is badly'needed in this, the "Sunshine state." We believe that Mi1, Egan should be given a chance to administer the affairs, of tile state for at least a term to see what he cotfid and would do. And we believe the people in and around this town ore unanimous in this opinion, and will go to the polls and register their views as we see them, purely on business principles, casting away par ty alignments and party affiliations for once, *9 experiment leas| BO they all say. We tilt know how this noted attorney has 'Hen lambaste a bout the state and the newspaper* oi the Btate have bfeenf so silent about Ma -whereabouts and doings for these many years.—Trl-Couuty News'. ,.£u Real Estate Transfers learkl br C«Jiaft« Cmlt Abatnct-C*. Watertown, S. D. Thos. J, Brickell, adm., to Anna J. Brlckell, w. 60 tt., lot 6 iind W. 66 ft. lot 1, blk,-31, Sec. Ry. Add. fl. Wm. F. Thompson to M. J. Boura* Ba lot 3, blk. 13, Florence, S. D., $1. Lars Holton to Peder O. Amdahl 1 •4 nw 1-4 32-120-52, res. J1.200, Nettie A. Meredith to Thos. Mere dith, se 1-4 -28-llfcBl $1. Geo. W. Case, trustee, to AJfred McLaughlin, lots 12 and 13, blk. 48, West. Wat. $1. N, W. Mtg. Trust Go., to Hattie Ben nett, lot 7, blk. 12, Brock's Add. W. H. Bloom and J. W. Martin to T. Cleveland Fatvey, ne 1-4 24-116-fiB *1.00. Co. Treas. to W. D. Morris, lot 8, blk. 80, Sec. Ry. $1.00. Mary Walklin to John Walklin, sw 1-4 and nw 1-4 3-118-61 46.67. V' Roy Ritchie to Chais. Ritchie/ lot 11, less W. 100 ft of blk. 30, Synd. Add, $1.00. John Nicholson to Gordon R. Best, lots 1 and 2 and 1-2 nw 1-4 of 30 118-54 6,000. It is not what you eat but what you digest and assimilate that does you good. Some of the strongest heav iest, and healthiest persons are mod el ate eaters. .. There is nothing that will cause more trouble than a disordered stom ach, and many people daily contract serious maladies simply thru disre gard or abuse of the stomach. We urge all in Watertown who Buf fer from any stomach derangement, indigestion, or dyspepsia, whether u cute or chronic, to try Rexall Dyspep sia Tablets, with the distinct under standing that we will refund their money without question or formality, if after reasonable use of this medi cine, they are not perfectly satisfied with the results. We recommend them to our customers every day,and yet to hear of any one who has not been benefited by them. We honestly believe them to be without equal. They give very prompt relief, aiding to neutralize the gastric juices' strength en the digestive organs, to regulate the bowels, and thus to promote per fect nutrition, and eradicate all un healthy symptoms. We urge you to try a 25c. box of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, which gives 15 days' treatment. At the end of that tine, your money will be returned to you if you are not satisfied. Of course, in chronic cases length of treatment varieB, For such cases, we have two larger sizes, which sell for 60c. and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain Kexall Remedies in this community only at our store—The Rexall Stora. R. W. Kreiser, druggist, 112 S. Oak St., Watertown, S. D. Got to'jPay For What You Eat Con Rogers was arrested on com plaint of Orla Weinberg and arraign ed before Judge Myers of the muni cipal court last week charged with obtaining board under false pretens es. Judge Myers gave him fifteen days in which to digest bf» ill gotten grub. Sisseton Man Run Over and Killed German Germanson, a farmer liv ing about five miles north of Sisseton, met death in a gruesome manner on Thursday, last week, on his way home from Sisseton, the tragedy occurring about three miles north of the city. Mr. Germanson was hauling a load of coal and was riding on top of the load. One of the wagon wheels struck a rock in- the road, causing Mr. Ger manson to be thrown to the ground and. riglit in front of the moving wag on. The horses became frightened and started out on a run, the wagon passing directly over tfie~man's body, and rupturing some of the abdominal organs. agss ill :.i- Magdnlena Eldredg®v to Howard Eagle, lots 16 and 16, blk. 14, Kemp Bros. $180. CAUSE FOR ALARM. Loss of Appetite or Distress After Eating a Symptom That Should I not be Disregarded, Appetite is Just a natural desire for lood. Loss of appetite or stomach distress after eating indicate indiges tion or dyspepsia. Over-eating is a habit very dangerous to a person's good. general health. MM MM pr.fr m6wfearWV «i# leal aC9. He dlqd Funeral j^rvice* werfe tiottdaeted lait Tuesday W JRevvS,ude, the re mains w$re laid to rest the Sirne ton Lather&fe. cemetery. 3,$e ,deoeu" ed was man of ^middle age,' leaves 'a wife and four children to moiini his tragl&S,1 death,-MRobertu S i"Ff 1!|*$ PLAN YOUR TRIP TO CAUFO%i| NIA.NOW. Tte Via the North Western JJnte, The famous San Francttico'^"Over»-.^ land Limited .luxuriously e^ulpp^t providing every travel comfort, elec tric lighted tbruout, With perfect de vices for ventilation and sanltati^itk, leaves chieago daily from the'neV paosehger terminal (the most^ moilerft railway station, in the world), only 87: hours enroute to San Francisco. The Los Angeles Limited, the foot electric lighted "homelike" train to southern California, leaves Chicago daily, only 68 hours enroute. For reservations and full particu lars apply tot ticket agents. 'Chicago and North Western Ry. 21-82L ~rp& Kampeska l|olge A. 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