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VOL. 7, NO. 13.
Walter Stover left Monday for Iowa City, where he will enter col lege for the coming winter term. Jay Grimm left Friday morning for Grinnell where he will spend the winter studying at the Iowa College. Miss Pearl Leigh of Heela,S. D., has obtained a position as steno grapher with the Dakota Mutual, to take the place vacated by Mrs. H. H.DeWoody, who has resigned. Ed Troeh who sustained a very severe accident last week is pro gressing very nicely. He looks somewhat battered up and feels sore in a good many spots,but will soon be himself again. The lady clerks of Schallpr's store had a very enjoyable hayrack picnic party to the lake last week. A large fire was built, and roast ing corn and sociability passed a very pleasant evening. Will L. Boughner, who has been visiting with his parents in this city [for some time, left Friday morning for hisfe home at Caspar, Wyo., where he is employed with the Northern Pacific railway. At a meeting of the second Chr is tian science church of this city re cently held, reports showed that A beautiful evemng wrap of broaddpth in pastel shades edged with black satin bands and buttons-—slashed sides— cretone collar braided in gold. Thiseyening wrap, expresses' thebetit ofthisseUKm's Pkris styles, and is' fashioned al must exiictly aft«a- an expen-j sive imported Parisian modeL K^wzmmi Cn Local Happenings. Cl^i«S^SosSaf|flAiVl»Ba41B0aa«Aa$aoe!)Satf|n0BaMWaa!iaetflWOtf|i Mrs. M. W. Sheafe is visiting her mother at Elk Paint for a time. Trinity Guild will have their rummage sale the first week in Oct ober. Antone Scott of Henry has been spending few days [in the city looking up his many friends here. ,^1" r"j 1 ''^nV **m it^tgetfiotgctfie^fgelPetBotge^goOtgofM^qtgotgclgatftitfiotg'a^laiatatg' the church is favorably progressing, in every direction. The. financial outlook is very encouraigng. Elder Chase says the granite us^d in the eonltfuction of the new fed eral building comes from near his boyhood's home in New Hampshire. The new building will have an add ed interest to him on this account. Aberdeen .News Mrs Alice D. Sheldon has-been granted a divorce by Judge McCoy in circuit court from P. D. Sheldon of Watertown, formerly Qf Aberdeen. Non-sup port was the ground on which the separation was granted. John Fullenweider who some time ago was selected to act as treasurer for school district No. 70 has failed to comply with the nec essary requirements and so is un able to hold the office. His place will be filled by Supt. Tankersley. According to a report in the Soo Falls Press Frank L. Bramble sec retary of the Dakota Mutual of this city, has been appointed to succeed Nat S. Tyler as the manager of the county option campaign. Supt. Tankersley reports that as a result of the recent teacher's ex aminations held in this city thir teen were given second grade certi ficates, five third, and nine failed. The grades at this examination were very common, the averages running about the same as other examinations do. It cost $40,000 to learn the knack of getting bcctUtry, Liieir finish, tilClf cXfciusivfcilfcSa. 1 LADIES! If you are in need of a good sewiiig machine we will sell you one on easy monthly payments, machines also rented by the week 12-15 111 N. Oak street. Miss Harriet M. Truesdell, a former school teacher of this city, was married on Sept. 2 at Vancouv er, D. C., to Thomas Bruin. Miss Truesdell is very well known in this city, and her many" friends here will pleased be to learn of the happy event. Do not forget that beWi^WLitr tie Early Risers are pleasant little pills that are easy to take and are prompt and gentle. We sell uid recommned them. Sold by all druggists. Mrs. Geo. Katansick entertained a number of her friends at her home last Thursday evening. A two course luncheon was served, and a very delightful time is re ported. Mrs. P. J. Dietz of St. Paxil and Mrs. Keller of Bowdle.S. D., were guests of honor. Does advertising pay? Well,we should ejaculate! Here is a man hounded by creditors and he adver tises that he will shoot himself unless he gets $500 within' a given "time. A sympathetic sucker sends him $250 immediately. Having received only half the amount, we presume he will get only half shot—but is It not proof that advertising pays?— Publishers Auxiliary. A clever author Bays mere are three kinds of men in the world: "the wills, the won'ts and the can'ts."The first effect everything, the next .oppose everything and the last fail in everything. "I will" builds our railroads and steamboats "I won't" doesn't believe in ex periments and nonsense, while 'I can't" grows weeds for wheat and commonly ends his |ays in a court of bankruptcy. women's garments. $40,000 spent in searching out the style secrets of the master-tailors of Paris. $40,000 paid out that you might have f:: vies it A 7inr?c in oric?s. A nd here they are—within your easy "L. •,!..? ii farments hvht. FASHION Tfi'e Best of thesfe Wooltex, garments is the way they wear. There is no cotton, no adulteration in them. Every thread is pure wool. This standard of cloth can be obtained in no II other garments but Wooltex, and the style is there to stay. ft It is put there by skilful needle-work-—stitch by stitcn. Beside the two styles shown here you will find, suits skirts ^and coats in pleasing variety—garments for young and old, including 1 —Walking, suits in hard fuiislv, fancy sultings.diagonalsand broadclofl some with sheath skirts—many with big buttons. ,A Beaucleve coats, modified Directoire style—high waist line in back—«k «. sides—bias back a new and pleasing effect. -V —Artistic evening wraps of broadcloth pastel colors, with novel eflfeu &!tf: trimmings—some with cretonne trimmings, hand-tinted in water color. C—-Ixttie..coat suits—high waist Hues—trimming cleverly arranged to add'to height and increase slenderness—novel sleeve effects and enormous «elf-^g covered buttons. Marchionesf and Belmore coats—the standard cosis, butmade Better thin^ffi the standard way. In material, in style, in workmanship, these coats cani not be improved. a Separate-skirts which button down to the heni-rskirts wit|^side plsclnptt— Pt^ skirts with front plackets—skirts with habit ba&—m«n/ ift TOodined "Xtec toire style, opening at ot)e side over pleat»i J. —and .suits, coats and skirts la almost endless styles all durable Woolttx and hold their attractiveness till the very end. Every Wooltex Garment is two full seasonii THE LIVE WEEKLY OF THE LIVE CITY. WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAKOTA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER X8, 1908. or Month. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Wooltex that t, materials —garments that delight the eye of Please utk lor the Wooftm Style Book. Prm/ it roa frill eet t$e newest and lxst MClnshr* fashion pointers. jSilyif...-j Better.stttt, come,ta aid soothe *ult* themrarni the Btyle*r'»«e the materials, »ee tbaaft I •$l will w«nttoar»t tbe beneBt of tb^est P*rt« t.. »ucb »crvfo©ahte sulta m$ placed within yonr eas^ jr maKers for ftn ttaer «re lafttoifflr ae prloei. at such moderate J!-!!!!}^ -J*" The will of Thomas Wiley de ceased will be probated before the circuit court. Owing to the fact that' J^dge Nicholson is a witness to the document,the. will cannot be probated before that gentleman, who iB judge of the probate court. The law provides in such a case that the proceedings be held before the circuit court. This will be the first will to come before the cir cuit court for probateiffs fez*: 'JH A small consignment of kfish, numbering about 500, was received last week by M. W. Sheafe, Jr., and Chas. Harmon for Lake Kam ska. The fish were duly trans ferred to their new home,and when last seen were reported as well in their new home. The fish were of the species known as crap? pie, similar in shape to the rock as. The fish is said to be gamey, and will add much to the fisher-: man's sport. l^fews has.been received of the marriage of Miss Gladys Skinner, of tips city and Richmond'B WaW& of Toronto, Can.,at Crowland.Ont,, last .Wednesday afternoon. Miss Skinner is well and favorably known in this city, and has a host of friends who wish her every hap piness in her married life. The bridal couple left immediately aft er the ceremony for a tour,pf the Muskoka Lakes. "pie Rock Island railway has is sued new card of instruction to ticket agents and conductors that is of general interest to the public. In substance it is as follows: "On and after Thursday, October 15th, 1,908, passengers who are not pro vide^ with tickets will not be per? matted to enter passenger cars oh trains leaving stations in Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Min nesota, Arkansas and Oklahoma wfore ticket offices are maintained. Tickets must be shown to trainmen styles into lack their style* their The Beaucleve is a garment which will serve on many 'J5"" occasions*—quiet, but cpn vincingly elegant. The ma '!"W- terials are the best broad cloths that the makers can't? buy—such material as you want in a dress garment, yet with that durability which you need for daily use. Sit $"4j J^r'4"^*%V r^t'^Tyf'* admitted before passenger will be to care." •.i.j-.v .v .: JZj&k --"j '-'Never before in the hiW^y of the state were conditions b6 faVor able for a prairie fire as at |the. present time. Everything is^i dry as timber and there has been considerable wind that would fan a tla^ and make a fire very hard to.control. Most of the Btubblejis very heavy, and|in the rush of threshing, there is practically no plowing done, that would be of any assistance in checking a fire. It would be a good idea ifrevery farmer would take time to plow a good fire break around his premises. .^A certain writer has said that i^iieWspaper which took truth for its standard would make a pecun iary success. The press might return the compliment by remark ing that no minister who told the truth about his congregation, alive or dead, Would occupy the pulpit much longer than the Sun day afterward. The press and clergy go hand in hand, with the Whitewash brush, rosy spectacles magnifying little virtues. and kindly throwing little deformities into oblivion. The pulpit, the pen, and the gravestone are part ners in saintmaking." The politician is my shepherd. I shall not want for anything in this campaign. He leadeth me iqto the saloon for my votes sake. He lineth my pocket with good cigars my cup of beer runneth over. JEIe in quireth into my family, even unto the .fourth generation. Yea, tho I walk thru the mud and rain to vote for him and shout myself hoarse when he is elected straightway he forgetteth me. Altho I meeteth him in his own house he knowftth me not. Surely the wool has Been pulled oyer my eyes all the days of my life and I shall dwell' is the house of a chump forever Ex. A lady Buspected her husband o: kissing the hired girl an5[, resolv, tO'3jjjt»eCTOm iti r^he kitiKOn$ ewe^ ninrshAsaw himlja^ qtiet^ffto the kitchen. The' hired 'girr was ut and the kitchen dark. The jealous wife took at few matches in her hand and hastily placing her shawl over her head as the hired girl often did entered tl$ back and kissed and embrace^m an ardent manner. With heart almost bursting the wife prepared to ad minister a terrible rebiike to the faithless spouee and tearing 'from his fond embrace she struck a match and stood face to face with —the hired man.—Hazel New Era. Mrs. E. L. Crimmen of Waters town, better known to our people as Miss Leila Larson, came down from Watertown Tuesday afternoon and remained with us until the ar rival of the evening passenger when she departed for the twin cities Where she will spend a few days visiting with her father and other frieftds. While in St. Paul she "Will also make a selection if the piano won in the contest conducted tjy the St. Paul Daily News. She desires thru the columns of the Re ppblican to extend her sincere thanks to her many friends who so kindly assisted her to secure the first prize. It was a warmly con tested affair and to be declared the winner was a. great honor, hot only to the successful candidate but also to her home town and to the people who assisted in securing it for her. Mrs. Crimmen appreciates the help she secured and we all rejoice with her because she was the successful contestant —Castlewood Republi can. NO RELIGIOUS TEST S^Sioux Falls Argus Leader: In the selection of a president of tiie republic, the voters have never heretofore made a religious test. The voters insist that the. president shall be a clean and right minded maoi and it has so happened that we have never had a president who failed to measure up to this stand ard A few of the smaller minis ters—and only a few—started a fight against Taft on the ground that he is not Orthodox. Mr. Taft is reported to be a- Unitarian, as his father was before him, but no one doubts his sincerity of pur pose or the uprightness of his life. The Argus Leader has taken some trouble to ascertain from the min isters and: people of pronounced denominational affiliations their views on the subject. II yet to find & man who Original Jewelry There is distinction sigh as well 9s quality in the craftmanship ox the jewelrs showt* at Halbkafc'a. .^Fashion's Latest produc tions of Bracelets, Laval lieres, Beads, Cuff Links, Hat Pins, Brooches, Neck Chains, Waast Pins^ Lock ets, Veil Pins, Fobs,1' Scarf Pins, Etc., Etc. are New and Fresh at Halbkat's, See gl hftyek#pt us aftead of com petition, for over teft„,ye|rs jin Watertown, the live city. Try U«.: Again "Billy" Sunday has been heard from, but in a different way. This time it is he who is the victim of graft and only a week or two ago he was compelled to pay two enterprising young newspaper nj$n $3,000 in order to secure the release of two of his leading sermons. The newspaper men some time ago ascertained that-the sermons Were unprotected by copyright and noti fied Sunday that they, would not permit him to use the sermons in newspapers. "Billy" ranted and roared, but the newspaper men were gently firm and he was only too glad to buy the copyright and secure the release of his Jfevorite sermonsM||ij§S ®MMi fHE We have believes jiff mittfjqwN, s.DAf§, that'fl'ghl worth -the- ni tould^be attempted, qn TaJt oq ground. We have yet to fiad| man ^would be infiaancedi^ wp the slightest degree by sack a crit icism, if criticism it really be. We us^ ^to build iron bedsteads and fit ipeople to them. If ^toWerajtooJpsp^we cut and if they too •. Bhor^viiijWfc stretched' them out«But that wa^. more than two hundred years ago^t This policy is out of style,and it is, permanently so. The Christiaii.,, minister .tqdfiy is' a broad studen#* of the welfare of his time, and hitf^rH influence can never be enlisted ina contest which would be certain to react on the churchjand its work in the world. .......This "issue" will be dropped. It was foolishly started by foolish people. It was an ap« peal to a narrowness which was found not to exist. In no respect are thp worthy representatives of the church to blame. We have not met a minister who would give the matter a second thot The re? publican campaign committee was worried about it for a few days, but it soon found out that the church people of today are broad 1 and fair, and that the few who are not fail to represent the great or ganization in the name of which they profess to speak. imp Vt t" v' JP II !'V We do cleaning, coloring and pressing. Goods called for and de livered. Watertown Dye and Cleaning Works, 216 W, Kemp a^e. Phone Red 433. 33tf nlekel Cigar—th« "rfunoh." I* nothlna L. G. HILL, M. D. OCULIST AURIST bah JNOSE XHRQAJT GLASSES FITTEO gtif :.i