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Saturday news. (Watertown, S.D.) 19??-19??, September 26, 1912, Image 9

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»3ts turned over by,the plow. One of
the essential plant foods, nitrogen/
.Jbecomes available' for' the use of
plants only after'tt-h&s beeit exposed
to the warming influence ot the aun
and the air. The roots obtain very
"little nitrogen beloV'thieT depth at
^Vhich the lafid is plowed. "CrtpS In
:the Dakotas suffer more Often Irom
lack of nitrogen tiari from any other
plant foods. The supply of available
/nitrogen can therefore-be largely.'in-
&
5jtfeep Jt there,
1
as
farms caused by the menwho wdrk thim.
lag in small grain Where.small grain
•was grown the ...year before should
he*. stoppedand It should be stopped
ttght/H0Wf'There is.,not '*£h agrt™1
stand up Under thit method ot farm
in^.and the sooner -we it tfya
sooner.. Mil the great state, of South
Dajto^ come into her^n as an agrl
^utyiral 'stater-
luy Brairii^
^jtMind Honesty
Iron is iron and steel is steel, but the difference hetweengasolm en
gines produced of iron and steel is caused by the brains and. honesty of
the maker. This Is why ihe Stickney Gasoline fingine gives universal
satisfaction. V«
OMMMMEXCLUSftTE A&ENTSI
MORRIS, Fttsf V. Pres., JRRIS, Cub
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Capital, Surplus and undivided profits $1^.000.00#A
WATERTOWN, SO. DAK„
Befort^October first make entries fo#the $50.00 In prizes offered fob",
best 10-ear samples. ,, ,, j'
||§|f '"CP. H"3»
i-eave samples taggedffihgmx hart* yiftfr Mr. Dav/sonijt tbpfPlpuf
Store on Midway. Zi& jyf *J~
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fmrx
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o\i weovt
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Loam is loam and day is clay,'buf thin
•Msec vast differe
ate^srfe
Sem order
ps
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iTht PERFECT
tNCltSeVERYVCMERe
biased
JS
i-ap.
isidor Hariten
••h''en Machine Co. &• Watertown, S. D.
IsiSfiSflWiM'y Is Gr^l,'
v. The 'scenery as grand.'^ere i^'good
bunting and many fine cSSnplng places
At Springervjlle there U,i'a little store,
and postofflce. For two years' this
route across the divide from Santa
Te, .isy Sprirtgervllie to.'^hosni?, "was
traVeled "by ttansftontlnSijtal .touri'ste,
beca,use- they knew of no^other road.
This route strenmms on6, and
many m^iiti^br'oke ^Vn and-wero
abandoned.",'
*, ,4
Mr. C. H. I^aiter, of Watertown^
South Dakota^vho traveled over thW
roster in large touring car in 1910,
decided that this route fras not prac
ticable, so the following Tear he set
out fromivatertown ttfAnd a betted
road across the Continental di^de to
the Pacific Coast,He traveled straight
south fropi Watertown
fetMaBtta
II1&
.. 5sf
sdw
T»f
Adtm-*'
rtvsM"W«J
Sifci
Se
ihroufh 6teMd#.wd
to iWSSmmSm.
mojflU dgjEbi^l
A#:,M
auU6iM*lW^|^|p^
Caart««P^roi!l|fe
SBBthww^MpmHi^pi
the
throng a
Santa P*, a«p«p^m
at ^PwWj
r^ntll
to the Sftnts. Te trail Hutphinson,
Kansas, i^id then• west^ ^long the San
ta Fe taiil to Dodge bity(j, Kansas.
Here, irdijead of going into the mouh
taiw( atid sandy valleys 'Of Colorado
and Northern New Mexico, her-Start
ed southwest across the plains cotmtry
of the PaChandle and Weste« Tes&s,
aiming to pass through the ^punty?
seat toWM, believingJthat they!#ould
hav^ the beBt roads to and**?ftit of
them connecting the many _~4dunty
seats. Tke roads through- tift plains
country are always good, aad travel^
ing by anto is a pleasure. ..Mr* Leste?
traveled along the lines of least resist
ance, greatest comfort to th^ traveler,
best roads, lowest elevations, easiest
mountain passes, the largest 1Wrns
•and the most densely populated: and
developed sections of the new States
of Arizona and New MexIco through
to San Diego and Los Angeles.
Mr. Lester kept «j. accurate log of
the roads of this entire trip. He was
so enthused over the excellent rofl/1
for transcontinental automobile travel
which he had .fcund that he immedi
ately doubled back over the entire
road and interested the local auto
mobile clubs of the varloute towns in
organizing the route and co-operatiiig
for transcontinental travel.Thls route
has been named the Borderland Route
because lt touches the Mexican border
St both El Paso and Douglas,* Ariz.,
where.the machine can be taken do
1-0*8 the line arid, as, a side trip, visit
a foreign country, which Is one of the
most Interesting sights for the trans
continental tourist Across the inter
national line to Old Mexico, and one
mile from the city of Douglasr Ariz,
is the Spanish town of Agna Prieta,
where..*iivwwt battle? fought faring
tWpresent Mexican peWlutlon mads
interesting jla^e ofe the old town.
souvenii
«nt»e
tenSrW-old' 1
Tin sqewudteUMllI
1§|^#rtlilSriV
and Arlajna to Phoenix,
reached after Wgeksk»f
muott^rdshippsH n^ny places titers
road',ejid they'tad tc cut
Ih^fifejwayi through forests and «Ver
TJghi.^evatiODia.
in ttittny places there -was still snoW
%oto thfe lpt seaion, and tlis ground
was boggjsi' Many MgoeirtheicarA had
to be* baa^ out at* the^de^p jnire.
There were^jio sec^eineW "to if^stf
through, and sas and^jils'Sverfe .3181
cult to get &nd hodf^to be carried'
along, Scatte^d cattle ranches, fur
nished the parti with w%t afesis^ncaj
they received along the^eay. Efoni
Santa. Pe to Phoenix is a! dW^anc6 tf
$20 miles, an^ it took the, trall \bla3
etB ovfil two week? to ri^ke-''thfe}4i8"'
M9nMMB{a«T« t^|'
sttpefatto^ i^yeach A
n^^MPpipMpI
n^O* by firarrj1 C. Drum,rf the Twasi-j
cQUtlnentfl Tonrin* Cta^ot
wU !K«nt M«r 01
the ro*4ott^iy0l«« City, tc|
Phoenix, $• Hf*!
inllet^ to t^«l*e da?* Jt
log of *hla. nnt« *111 be yrtated wM
ready: for dia^i^Uon very #Ktft JL|
map the radM has been laM*A b&
the Chatnber of COmnw*»^rt
ArixoB*. s^ftlk belng'dlstrihttte^ ftee
It 1. a ^ge ^l
inches. f-* W .•
RoJteVr»w Los Ane«M-
peUettt^hap#
vSfrj9,
he came
it
»o
•Chora
hod sands^witelde of California, no
roads to b^ built, ao
41
Beginning aLo# J^M^Aes, Qu*
cipal towns-alon# the toi»t^,4to Un
order in w$ch tbev con^», ttc Bm
Diago, Yumi, A^ufi Calient^, PBowlJj
Floreace, Tuscan^SBlsbco and Dougftas»
all in AHSona thSh to Bodeo^ lotds
burg wd Detnlng- to New Wtxico
then ISSlPaso, Texas, add to Us Cru
ces Almagordo, Roswell, New Mexico,
Plato^ew* \v^rmof WA» aui U*.
•erst infl %d^,Oltt^Kans M|
Totirtsts wishing to g& into G^orado
from^aWornia #if
celleftt tt)°ad to ftiivel
XW^6
Fr
Roswell, laptico,. wWfg' they fln^
a branch .roftd going north- V^ngh^
and SantvB^, t,hwi take wguUir.
Santas^"trail ifijto ColotRdoJ'Thi#
branch" rosa & all^ slgn-bWrded\Wid
is being adopted ta, a brano^liwyt
the Borderland .-^oute. It Ifya
road. Ddl? nitowoblte ste^Sawrts
passengers and .Tnftll fifonj RdtPpeK^
Vaughn a distarioeSf S6,'
any publicity has teenft" glvog to t»%
route Nearly airt^fe tWMC^ttaeatel
travel is coniW oW. the BorderlWd
route" because ot the„*0ry «P®B
•h»* «lst alone the entire
There-is a .sand htit close to the JK^O,
Grand river 1& Taso, hut
Club of that c|ty is spendlng'^000
putting tba* Part
ot
JL Shanks was ''|toughJ.
howS^lSaturdftX morning froifl 'Water
town '^here s^e spent a ntunbe^Gf
weeks in thel^uispltai In -tto,t d'~
Wile "recovering from, the ejects
a couple of opetratlons jperfoMfesd en
Her. Stoc&her return htjme twr? has
been a moflt pronounced impro^inet^
and according to the present Jjidloti^
tions It looJ(» though it woiild be
but a short tim^ until she Is fully te
storfed to hejtlth. *'She has been, m»Sr
ed by her many friends durinr^Ssr
enforced absencOrand we all welcome
her return homel^f-Caatlewood Repute
Itcsn. «^sateLi wrtt Lfitfs icfefiu
for Any case of
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGlA^H
HEADACHE THAT SOLAC^JPf
?^fe_FA»i^_|p ?Ei,iEyp.^f
Sollcfe Remedy 'tt a'recent medical
discovery,of three German, Scientists
that neutralizes Uric Aoidf and Puri
nes the Blood. It is eflay to take, and
-will not effect the'1 weakest stomach.
It is guaranteed under the Pure'
PoodSamd Drugs Law to be'absolutely,
free of opiates or harmful drugs qt:
any description.
Solace is a pure specific la-tablet
form-and has been provep beyond all
question to be the surest and q,ulekeBt
remedy fyr tfric Acid Troubles known
to medical science, no matter hoV
long standing. It reaches and re
moves ihe root of the trouble (Uric
Acid) and purifies the blood*
The 8olace Co. of Battle Creek are
the sole tJ. S. Agents and have over
two thousand voluntary testimonial let:
ters whl5h have been received from
grateful people Solace has restored to
health. Testimonial letters, litera
ture and free Bex sent upon, tp£
quest,
R. I^ee Morris, president
ro|Fthefclrst
National bank of Chico, Texas, wr^tS:
the Solace Company as follows:
1 want yon to send & box of Solace
to my fWher to Memphis, Tenn,, for
which^t, enclose fL This remedy h^fi
been ased by some frhmds ot mine
here Bpd I only hope }t -will benefit
my tttther ae It has the^ ^8igne4l
H, I». Storrls.
Put to Z5C) SOo tm tlM botee
It's mlflhty fine to be well end yen
oar. wen & by tskintf SOUAftjB,
"m special treatment sehemfe* jut
fees." 4*jst" SOLACE elone does hl
work. ^Wrtle today for fr«e bo*
»sS-jfe
trtsd msny Ajpmn^ W b««n ntkl
experiment -MonojwuS,""
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