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Date Muffins.
A Ne^r Way of Using Datas
By Mrs. JanetMcKeiude Hill, Editor of
the Boston Cooking School Magazine
The value of dates as a food is hardly
appreciated. They are wholesome,
nutritious, and when used in Date
Muffins, make a recipe that is ap
preciated by the entire family,
Date Muilina
One-third cup butter cup sut
I tgg cup milk 2 cubs flour
teaspoonfuls Baktng Powder
teaspoon/til salt scant pound dates.
Cream the butter, add the sugar and
the egg, beaten light Sift together
three times, the flour, hating powder
and salt add these to the first mixture,
/alternately with the milk beat
thoroughly and add the dates, stoned
and cut in pieces. To bake, have a
slow oven ..until the muffins double in
bulk, then increase heat to bake and
brown quickly. Muffins baked this way
will be light, appetizing and more
easiljr digested.
This is only one of the many appetiz
ing recipes found in the Cook's
The wonderful Cook's Book is
substantially bound and printed in nine
colors, contains ninety tested and easily
made recipes by Mrs. Janet McKenzie
Hill, of the world famous Boston Cook
ing School Magazine.
You can secure a copy FREE by send
ing the colored certificate packed in 25
cent cans of KC Baking Powder to the
JAQUBS MFG CO., Chicago.
Be sure to write name and address
plainly. 30
Buy your homo from Oscar Egge. t£
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Farrell,
Tuesday morning, May 7, a daughter
•weighing 9 pounds.
Oliver Richards has returned from
Hot Springs, Ark., where he went
several weeks for the treatment of
rheumatism. He is very much im
proved in health.
C. E. Park is in Aberdeen where he
was summoned to appear as a juror
at the term of the federal court.
H. W. Smith and son have returned
from Garden City, where they have
been doing some work in their line,
which is painting and paperhanging.
T, J. Bueltel, of Seattle, Wash., came
in from the west" last week for a visit
at the home of A. T. Klatt. .Mr. Buel
tel thinks South Dakota is all right.
Mr. and Mrs Jesse Thorpe are in
the city visiting with relatives and
friends. They are now making their
home in Texas.
The many friends of Mrs. Chas. S\
Halbkat and Mrs. James M. House* of
this city, deeply sympathize with them
In the death of their slBter, Mrs T.
D. Bell, who la,Min
neapolis/ 7n-S&'
M'ss Clara ^HetftfceB*, who had Veen
in {his city tor the past week visit
ing with her brother,- Joe, left' last
Thursday for Yankton, where she will
visit a week witE another brother be
fore proceeding to her home in Le
Mars, Iowa.
L. B. Brickell and wife departed for1
Wapello, Iowa, where he will superin
tend the construction of a large school
house which is being build by the
Brickell Construction company of this
The news was received in this city"
by friends of J. W. Sadler, last week,,
of his marriage *to Miss' Erma Bur
don, the event taking' place at Tam
pioca, ity The young people will
make their home in Tacoma where
the groom is a civil engineer.
Postofficei Inspector George H. Chase
who at one time made his home in
this city, but now living at Fargo,
was in the city this week on official
Henry A. Sasse, of Henry, was a
Watertown visitor Wednesday. Mr.
Sasse is a candidate for the republican
nomination for the legislature from
this county. Mr. Sasse served one
term and gave a Very good account of
himself and the voters of Codington
county will make no mistake by re
electing him to the same position.
Royal Online, the celebrated stal
lion which is now owned by Dr. E. C.
Fischer of this city is one of the best
bred trotting horses ever brought to
this state. He has a record of 2:16
as a three year old and for several
years was at the head of the stud of
on of the largest stock farms in the
state. Two of his colts sold for a
large price at the state fair last fall.
benefit by our mlsfortu'h'e|•
Mr', and Mrs. Snow Edison returned
last week from Northwest Canada,
where they were oallod by the death
of one of their sons. The young mail
was drowned while crossing a swollen
stream with some -horses. Mr. and
Mrs.: Edison desire to extend their
heartfelt thanks to the many friends
who extended encouraging words to
them in their hour of great sorrow.
They also feel very grateful to the
Workman lodge of this city for the
contribution of $5.00 to purchase, flow
ers for the deceased son.
Hair switches made from combtnga.
Mrs. E. M. Barker, 701 S. Maple!1 St,
Phone blue 512. tf
Still On
Never in the history of our mercantile experience
has this store experienced such a rush as it has for
the past ten days.- People have come from all over^
this part of the state to take advantage of this great
sacrifice sale. *, III
While i^fs^frue^we sfbld"! ffiarif '^Irticle^^l
great, sacrifice on account of our recent misfortune*
thefe are a great many more similar bargains left*.
Don't put it off any longer. If you want to buyj,
first-class merchandise for a half or a quarter of the
wholesale price, attend this great sale.'t It was a
terrible calamity us^buyhi
Herman liaison, of Sinai, returned
to htp homo today after recovering
from JUL operation for ear tronble
which has been bothering him tor
some time.
Isabelle, (he daughter of County
Commissionr John Ries, Underwent an
operation for mastoid: trouble this
week." She was brought here front,
her home In Kranzburg Sunday.
Host Tuesday afternoon between
three and four o'clock, a new silk
pSrasol, still in the wrapper, between
the Cosy Home and Schallers store.
Finder pleaise leave at Schaller's or
Saturday News. 47*
Special Dictation Classes at the Wa
tertown Business College. You can
not afford to overlook the Summer
School at the Watertown Business
Special Dictation Classes at the Wa
tertown Business College. You can
not afford to overlook the-- Summer
School at the Watertown Business
College. 47
Buy your home from Oscar Egge. tf
WatertoWn Citizens Should Read
Heed This Advice.
Kidney trouble is dangerous and
often fatal.
Don't experiment with something
new and untried
Use a te^ed and, proven^ kidney
Begin with Doan's Kidney Pills.
Used for kidney troubles 76 ye are.
Dean's have cured thousands
Are recommended here and epery:
where •_
A Watertown citizen's statement
forms convincing proof
It's logical testimony—it can be in
James Travers, 115 Indian"! Ave.,
Watertown, S. D., says: "I have giv
en Doan's Kidney Pills a thorough
trial and consider them the best kid
ney medicine to be had. They toned
up my entire system, relieving the
backache and strengthening my kid
neys. tjfher members of my family
have taken' Doan's Kidney Pills and
in every instance the results have
been of the best. We all consider this
remedy worthy of the highest endorse
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York
sole agentB for the United States
Remember .the name—Doan's—and
take no other. 47
Good baled hay for sale. Inquire of
C. E. Hanson, phone farm line 11 2.
fA -4
^are jc|g to
•'.»• -W-Wr*:*
Switches made from eomblna« Ut^
est modern methods. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Malt or&rs
The cafe at. the Antlers Hotel has
-been closed.
C. E. Warner has' purchased a new
Buick auto from Baskerville & Dahl.
Judge Seward is at Huron this week
where he is holding a term of court
for Judge Taylor. fS^1
The Walta brothivs ^re"' erect'lh^'a
neat six room cottage In the pout
east part of the city.
Martin Daley has accepted apposi
tion with the Paulia Dry Goods com
Gen. Mi W. Sheafe has been ^t Mit
chell for the past week attending the
democratic state convention.
Mr, and Mrs. F. P. Snyder returned
last week from an extended visit in
the south.
Hair switches made from combings.
Mrs. E. M. Barker 701 S. Maple St.
Phone blue 512. tf
Mr. and Mrs Will Chambers rejoice
over the arrival of a bright little baby:
daughter which came to brighten their
home last week Wednesday.
H. R. Davlin returned home from
Minneapolis last week where he has:
been for a couple of weeks on soma
real estate business.
Louis Vorwerck, the popular mana
ger of the Stacy Fruit Company, of
this city, is recovering from a severe
attack of pneumonia.
At a recent meeting of'the local
Eagle lodge James Skinner was elec
ted as a delegate to the grand lodge
meeting at Cincinnati!, in August.
City Assessor L. Baker has engaged:
Herman Michaels as his assistant and
they are now busy at work making the
assessment of city property.
Deputy Sheriff tJlint Sibbifif ^eff5
this week for Watson, Canada, to
bring back William Quardt, who es
enped from the cpunty iall last De
E H. PreV Is serving as a petit Juror
at the term of federal court being
held at Aberdeen this week, and Dr.
Watson and August Glese are serv
ing as grand Jurors.
Hair switches made from combings.
Mrs. E. ,M. Barker, 701 S. Maple St.
Phone blue 512. tf
Mr and Mrs, F. 'C. NelU of Brook
ings, are in the city for a few days'
visit at the home of Mr. Neill's broth
er. C. A. rV.
Friends here received word of the
birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Wescott of Mansfield, this state.
Mrs. Wescott will be remembered as
Miss Cora Bond.
.Glen King, A. W. Ransom and Wm.
Luck have been subpoenaed as jurors
for the regular term of the U. S. fed
eral court which convenes at Dead
wood on the 21st of this month.
F. J. Schoitz returned home Satur
day night from a ten days trip ID
points in Canada. He reports the
crop prospects in that country as ba
tng very favorable.
Pat Burke, a farmer living ten
miles west of the city, while crossing
th'e turnpike road west of the bridge
across the Sioux river south of the
Great Northern depot, lost a horse by
drowning last Saturday morning. The
horse was hitched up with a mule,
The Dakota Mutual Life Insurance
Company of this city paid over to the
estate of the late Joseph Meinover,
the sum of $1,000, In full for a policy
carried with the company,
John Wyckoff has the contract for
the building of a modern six room
cottage for Archie Florin on south
Oak street. He has already com
menced thp construction of the build
which got to backing up, crowding the
horse into the water. The water was
only about three feet deep where the
horse was drowned, but the animal:
had become tangled in the harness and
could not be extricated time to,
save its life. 'Js
Thos. EV Curin, of Rockwell, Iowa,'
and Miss J4arjL.J3ell, of Mitchell, this
state, were-jarafted b£ Judge Nlchok
judge ti«. the nuptial knot.'
Geo. Katanosifc the.^j&tirler,. will
leave:.this week for the ffcta cities
where he spend, the summer, with
fjelatfrea and friends.- He will re
turn tothls citya)outth% first
Miss Hazel Eddy, who has been con
fined to her home for a couple of
weeks o& account of sickness
able to attend to her-^taties in tite
Stntanroth dental parlcinu
prompt and careful attentions
Mrs. E. M. Barker,
701 S. Maple St.
Phone blue 512. Watertown, S. ©.
10 and 11
A big w,demons
will be inade to show
the work that can be
accomplished on a high
grade sewing machine,.
A gentleman direct from
the "FREE" sewing
machine factory will be
in attendance to show
up the good dualities,
Plione mam
It. will bo
Having purchased the Harringtons
Drug Store on North Oak street, I wish?jf
to announce that 1 intend to make this a
modern drug store in, ..every particular, I
Only standard drugs will be used
in prescriptions.
E21 We carry a full line of Druggists^
Sundries, High Grade Toilet Articles
and Perfumes.
We have a full line" of Havana and
domestic cigars, including every brand
made in Watertown.
g% v%
Coal, Wood and Feed
Vpf-' "'i
JuatThlnHof jfg
TMH Fats SEEING Machine
waed for five yWn Sgamtt
breafa^t. war, firt. torntdo. tigh
ping »nd ffMtr Thii shorn our
tVCryuOQjfiQVllCQ Send for our booklet "In the Day'* Wotte
W 'A
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& II Jtn bmlc th» vtol* madtlti*
FKSS SBWLNO MaCHIKI Co., Chictlm. in.
Reliable Druggist
WeVpeak German and Scandinavian.
Watertown Feed 'and Fuel^jC
Maple St. at N. W. Track*
Treats all of Animals
oirse Denhs

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