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VOL. 7, NO. 7
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HQMES ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS
~$8l:if yo\j ever expect to acquire city property here is a chance that
nevef was offered before. Everything in the line., modern houses,large
houses and small ones, nice new cottages with city water and sewer
connections, fine vacant lots,on very small cash deposit,and easy month
ly payments, only 7 per cent on unpaid balances. AJJI described so you
can look at them. Clear title, bonded abstract. Theffirst here with- Jhe
cash gets the choice. Go look them over and then come arid seeme. No
commissions to anyone,- u^h '•.
t?% & LEE STOVER
No 2 A seven room frame residence at No 130 5th street northeast,
cement walks, street curb and gutter, furnace, city watery in kitchen,
sewer in cellar. Four blockri from postpffice. .Price $3000,00, .S500.00
cash, balance $30.00 per month.
No Lot 16, block 8 east Watertown," being No 821* east Kemp
avenue. Two houses on this lot. Sewer now building in the aveiiue.
Cement walks. Monthly rent $16.00. Price $1400.00. $600.00 cash,
balance $25.00 per month,
No 14 Lot 12, block 6 east Watertown. Third lot north Df Kemp
avenue on the east side of 5th street east.City water and sewer in street.
..Cement sidewalk, curb and gutter. Price $1250.00 cash.
No 7 A three room house, cement blocks, fine lot, cement walks,
good'well. East A avenue in block 17 Pettigrew's addition. Price
$800.00. At least $100.00 cash, balance $15.00 per month.
No 8 A new four room cement block cottage on east A av. Cement
floored, basement full size of house, cement walks in block 17 Petti
grew's addition.
?Price
i?ke.ih
Shirtwaist Suits
Regular
Price*'.r
$3.50V$4,50. $2.38
$4.50 to $5 ....$3.48
$5.50 to $6.50 .$4.68
§»•.
ill
iren
Dresses
Regular
Price
$1250.00. At least $200.00 cash,balance $20.00
per month!
No 1 Nine room frame residence at No 126 5th street northeast.
Pour blocks from postoffice. City water in kitchen,sewer in front street,
nice trees, cemented .cellar, walks, street curb and' gutter. Price
$2800.00. At least $500.00 cash, balance $25.00 per month.
No 9-10-li Three new four room cottages on the south side of
fourth avenue south between third and fourth streta west.All have sewer
and city water, full size cemented basements. Price $1400.00'. each.
$200.00 cash, balance $20.00 per month.
No 17 The south half of block 6 Kemp Brothers. 20 lots in a solid
body. Will not subdivide. Price $1000.00, $200.00 cash, balance $50.00
per month. .•
No 18 Lots 18 to 20.inclusive in block 8 Kemp Brothers. 75 feet
''•'front on Kemp ayenuep®p"he three for $150.00. $25.00 cash, balance
^$10.00 per -month. Hff
No 20 Lots 32 to 35 inclusive in block 3 Kemps. One hundred feet
front on Kemp avenue Price $400.00. $50.00 cash, balance $25.00 per
month. ..'v.
No 21 Lotsl6 and 17 and lots
1 to 12 inclusive in block 7 Kemp Broth
ers. On south side of Kemp avenue. A very nice bunch of lots.
$60.00the lot. $10.00 cash and balance $5.00 ter month. 3tf
Sale
Price
60 to 85c..
..48c
85 to $1.25
68c
$1.25 to $1.50 '..
.98c
$2.00 $1.28
$2.50 to $3.50.
$2.38
$3.75 to $5.50.,$3.68
$6.50 to $8
price
$17.50.
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WATEBTOWN, SOOTH DAKOTA,
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White Goocll Sale
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IJURING the next ten days, commencing^Aug
ust 5 and ending August 15 we have decidec
ending August 15 we have decided
r^pni^ breaking Sale of the season and
ihBrder fo dtTthis w# realize that price alone can doiffj
the work.
Tailored Suits for Fall is E^guiar
them before
picked over.
Original Jewelry
There is distinction
sigh as well as quality in the
ctaftmanship of the jewelry
shown at Halbkat's.
fashion's Latest proSfifc
tions of bracelets, Laval
lieres, Beads, Guff Links,
Hat Pins, Brooches, Neck
Chains, Waist Pins, Lock
ets, Veil Pins, Fobs, Scarf
Pins, Etc., Etc. are JSTew
and Fresh at Halbkat's. See
them.
•rt''Correct i3tyl|.and Qual
ity and Reasonable Prices?'
have kept us ahead of com
petition for over ten- ye&?s
in Watertown, the live city.
Try us.
JEWELER OPTICIAN
WATERTOWN. S. DAK.
if you want a good 5 cant cigar,
buy the "Hunch.'* It I* :th« beat
cent elqar "old In th* olty-
'W-
Price
here. Better ask to see -i
they axe
H!$1.50 to $1.85.
$1.18
..
gjr
I-
Wq stllr 6tfve a few
Spring Tailored Suits at
O e- a a
From $5.00^ to
H?
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mm-
6
Sale
Price
&Fr
-$2 to $2.50.-yv
$ 1.48
$2.75 to $3
$1.98
$3 to $4 ......$2.68
$5.50 to $7.50
.$4.78
$7.50 to $10i|?.
ATERTOWN
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iyi#'
$5.88
$10 to $12.
7v'«*r\.
"Miss Selma onnson has acce
—-s, Ivf» Ott left .'i'hurtday even
ing for a month's vacation in Min
neapolis and Wisconsin points.
i'lk Parsons arrived Tues
day evening from a trip to Iowa
points. Mrs. Parsons will return
Urt^l§Sjtf
Dan^fiannister return^ home
Monday from Doland where he haB
beei* ,visiting his parents for a
coupl^ of days.
Miss Ruth Spencer has returned
from her- summer vacation and his
again taken up her duties in Lyon's
^tore. -»•_
*'^There Wfta quite a large crowd
out to hear Rev. flushaw's lecture:
at the Jdtethodist church Tuesday
iveningFr'
Mr,, and Mrs. A. J. McDermott of
tohrville. Io., visited the first of
the week at the tiopie of Mr. and
Mrs. Hi jj, Hopkins in this city.
3fW» Lambert, foreman in this
office, is
:t&king
Mrs. D. T, Walker, together
with daughter and son, left Monday
evening to join Mr. Walker in St.
Paul, there to make•. their future
homp.
Miss Louise Hilgenboekar of
Aberdeen has accepted a position as
stenographer and saleslady for
Halbkat, and began her new duties
Monday.
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Mr. and Mrs. H. D. MacCosKamf
Miss Mulholland and Miss Marion
MacCosham. of Martinette, Mich.
-. ^-. ,, ^T
ai^ss
I^Pi!Mlii»Sil!
int.:"^.
a layoff this week,,
and is looking after business at
Clark.
Mrs. W. Peck of fJames, Minn.,
is visiting in the city for a few
days at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
P. "W. Reed.
Rev. J. P. Jenkins went to Mit
chell Monday to attend a meeting of
,the board of directors of Dakota)
esleyan Universitity.
The Ladies' Circle of tne/Bapiist
church will give a ten cent tea at
the home of Mrs. Henry Rice, 623
re,. .Waraei', Wednesday next.- All
are invited.
tj
are camping at Stony Point. They
are occupying the Brickell cottage.
Fred Englesby left Tuesday ev
ening for San Jose, Cal for a few
week's vacation, and to look over
the country with an eye to a possi
ble location, gj
C. A.' Hudson who has been fill
ing the place of car service at the
St. Louis depot, has been offered a
position as operator in the St.
Louis offices at Aberdeen.
Everybody is taking vacations
these days. The" vacation bug must
be abroad. Most everybody-you
meet has just returned from\or is
going-to take a vacation.
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Thij Dacotah Magazine building
is nearing completion. It is ex
pected to have it ready for the ma
chinery to be installed about the
middle of the month, v,
Miss Leota Dickinson, Tvho has
been visiting at the home of Miss
Gladys Jones for the past two
weeks, left Monday morning on the
Northwestern ,for her home at
Mankato.
5*"
W. H. Mather returned home
Saturday from the southern part of
the state, where Ke has been fSr'
the past fortnight looking after
the interests of the,United Under
writers' Co. *T!
C. C. Whistler left Tuesday ev
ening for Sparta, Wis., called there
by & message from his wife that
Her mothers,M ra. Mary Anderson,
had passed away. Mrs.
S
''tib £**•£&
Vij
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Mrs. Geo. w! Baxter V^ns Second Pri:
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The A
C. fcdit has awarded
prizes as^
lowinK-v-fa
First:
Mt'V
iss ftiora A, fepicer,
city 42 jferr^B corrected, $5i{K3,
Second: Mrs.G. H. Baxter, city
39 errors corrected, $3.00.
Third: Miss Neilie Ralph, Haz
el, S. D. 38 errors corrected, $2.00.
Mrs. A. G. Popple, city, cam#
next with 37 errors. The next near/
est was ^2. One contestant named
as low as Ave errors,- and optimis
tically added "hope I'll get a
prize."
A'large nflmbe? of replies A^re
received in'answer to the confee6t\
and the A. B. G. man hud no easy,
snap marking tfaev various gapers,,
and determining who were the win
ners of .the prizes. There were 44
errors in both issues, 16*in .flie first
and 28 in the second, aa follows^
Issue 'of ,JuJy 24:
Advertisers^ Error^^Gorrection
Horawill'#: Kodackl"'? &odaks
studio
Cooke's Phonagtaphs Phonographs
Music House
Dye Works re-dying re-dyeing
Golden Eagle colegian collegian
Brickell Const. Co, don't doesn't
E. H. Preyi jewelery jewelry
Mahowald
manufacturers manufacturer
Lyon's' ostracise ostracize
Lyon's preconcjeved preconceived
Givers & Best «dress -address
McKool's are
Central discriptions- descriptions
Meat Market
J. A. Snyder you
Commercial Xcellence excellence
House £&
Commercial House $P?teor for
Culver's sherberts sherbets
Issue of July 31
Horswill's studio kodacks kodaks
DEATH CALLS
vWhistler
has been at the bedside of fyer
mother for some time. *,
Ertieat, the 6 year old "son oi'Mf.
W. Wblch, 313 fourth
ave. n. e., died at 8 o'clock Mon
day morttjng after a short illness
caused b^ eating green gooae^er
ries.- .The little bSy wa^. in the
habit of
going into
the garde^and
gating. berrieSi. Sunday he com
plained erf pains in' liia stomach,
Which developed into the trouble
Mcdowell
«al"
The Orim Reaper&i?yisit8 the
sssrcsai'
Home of Another Water
/, town Pioneer Citizen..
Following a lingering and pain
ful illness Levi Jsi. McD6wel!, one
of the pioneers of this city, passed
away at his home on first street, s.
w, last Friday morning at the age
of 42. Consumption was the cause
of his death.
The deceased has been ailing for
a long time past,but the dread dis
ease gained sutih a hold that hiB
deatb was merely a ^natter of time.
Everything to improve his health
was done, bulk without avail. A
double tent w& recently erected
ir the rear of the house and hers
Mr. McDowell was placed in. the
fcfope'that the freBh air would prove
b?nefij?iftl.,
Mr^McDowell catne to this feity
In 1882, with his brothers Will and
J[0hn. Six years later he was mar
ried,,. to Miss Kate Carpenter a
^Vv-4^%^''- w-Sfc- Sfty'
-jhjs&a.
"ijmm
lyith Forty-two
rections Out of Forty-fowr.
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A Large Xamber oi Contestuts
r-:v c4*v.
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econd
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With Thirty-Nine Correction| ancl Mi#s
Nellie Ralpb, of Hazel, 'Wins Third
j^STith Thirty-tight 5orrectloj»4
//A t,
Cooper
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lfuynuture
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od|?ett evfimgs ga
JCoifce's ph,onagraph?t phonogra|I
Oye'works redyittfe'v?,
S^derBtrom'^y, ,deli««jed delicftch
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Father's bread fathers'" fatSfer'# 1 j,
Ooiden JBAgl«' Colegian JcOll^gian
b^tograne ingiain
Brjfkel! s^on't doesn't1
Bri^eH
E. JI. Prey je7ellry jewelry^c
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tE.
furniture-
i*yjn'#? preconcieved preconceived
WatQiMvn
jProduiSte Go^..
(Covers & Best adreas
McKool's 8'
F, L. Smith coufegfectetr contractor 'ify
Central- digcriptionif deieeriptions
M«at Market
J.§A.,Snyder 4m--Mm*"l
Watertown Car- ^iicoui (Seli6ious"v
bonating Co,
Woodward ^teirdwear hardware
Searles
Commercial Xcellence ^x^ellencer
House
Commercial House eor fo
Gilruth Depart- elaewheP'elsewher
meiit Store
Carpenter. His wife and two chili*#
dren» George and Mabel surviv^H
his demise.
The funeral Cwas .held Sundajst.^
from the Immaculate Conception
church at 2:30, Rev, Fr. O'Mearal
conducting',,the solemn services..'1
There was a large attendance rii?
friends and sympathizers, and the
many floral tributes that cohered
the casket showed (the resp^tft ig,„
whicn^the deceased was held.Beaut.^
tiful mueitf'Was sung by the regu
lar choir. The interment was made
in Mt. Hope cemetery/
We have secured the- agency for
Deering imachinery, ..and,,make a
specialty of tips line. ,^Ve abo
handle the fnternational g^ods.'
Call on us for anything in th*
cultural implement line. jM
L. G. mtl, M. D.
O^ASSI^ FITTED
t*
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a f#?
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Wm. Luck briefly ti^efiy-j fAtS
M&owRld
manufacturers manufacture^
v-'r\
tjm.
Culver's -H.sherbrteB ^sherbet
-Most of the contestants named
the word"mispelled" in the intro*^
duction as a'mistake., Thisji^ajr^^
rect according to t^ie.^ictfonfery,^
The same book also allows *ij
cialty" and ^'speciality" apcorrec
Altogether the contest has beee^
very successful and great interest'"
has been shown in the same. Wq,
hope to have another soon, whei£
our^JSPerience in this one wilr
make the next all the more inter*
eating and exciting
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