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*%jej i1 We *i§0 s*3r *y? -v V-s 4k. «./* **»&!& %-UkAz.^'^ '^4^^ is ^»J§f|L .--. ,v«fc 'tx# -,"xl,i^vVl,Si ~i *'?£•!&»••• ¥*J3 085SBMH Miss Crystal Williams, Soubrette, "College Boy'' Grand Opera House Tuesday Oct., 20 LOCAL NEWS Go it girls, we'll hold your bon nets!' V. Mrs. J. E. Chjlson leaves this week for her neW'ibonie at Mallet Creek, Medina, Coqntjfr, Ohiq. w»jagr E. "A, Doyle, who for the "few vgee&s has been visiting in Canada at® eastern points, re turned home Wednesday morning. The Fourth Infantry band gave a concert on Kemp avenue Wednesday night which was listened to by a largeand sppreciatiye .crowd. ..The t- 'r--:-.5S§&- Are now on exhibition in our fur section, second floor. The showing is exceptionally strong in women's fur coats and jackets. New exclusive designs made to our order by one of the best fur garment manufacturers in the country. .T '''a**-.*. JV I *V :u *1.1 v'' The furs most favored this season are Jap Mink, Blended Squirrel, Natural Squirrel, Lynx, Sable Fox, German Martin and Russian Pony. Our assortment is large and varied, and contains qualities to suit every taste and purse. Fur Coats and Jackets $22. to $150. Small Furs and Sets $1.00 to $35.00 .. #Js r- M» AWii Friday and Saturday S place on sale 1200 yards of Denmark-flannels, at the un usually low price of per yard 6 cents, which is about one*third off from regular price-this is a fleeced printed fabric and comes in beautiful dark shades in stripes, plaids and checks. GO TO IT, GIRLS. WE'LL VOL. 7, NO. 17. WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, OOfOBER 16, 1008. THE LIVE WEEKLY Or THE LIVE CITY. band thot it was a good idea to celebrate the spell of fine weather we are having, and the public ap preciate their kindness. Mrs. Lydia Chambers, nurse, who has been ill for the past ten days with diphtheria, is convalesce ing and will soon be able to be about again. Mrs. Julian Bennett writes that she has located on a claim in Butte cotmty, this state, and that her address will be Penvill, Butte Co., S.D. Prank Lyon is under the weather, under strict orders from the doctor not to go down to the store for some days. He expects to be about agian in a few Mrs. L.B. Brickell, Sr., anS Mrs. Murray Westfall left Tuesday morning for Marshall, Minn., where they will visit with friends ::or a few days. Mrs. Gill Campbell and little daughter are in the city from Wah peton, N.D., visiting with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jones, and sister, Mrs. E. P. Troeh. St. Margaret's Guild, which is an organization recently formed by, the young people of the Episcopal church, will .meet at the home jf the president!' Mrs. Pattlis.^9®^-' M. 0. Poulson, the pioneer bard'. ware &§& has a Iturge line of stoves! oiv hand, both new and sec ond hand. Martin can tell you more about a stove in a minute than you ever' dreamed of. "Rooney's Byos" will be here on Thursday next Oct. 22 at the Grand Opera house, under the aus pices of Trinity Guild. Reserved seats 50c and 85c. General admis sion 25c. A rare musical treat. Mrs. G. A* Lawrence leaves the latter end of the week to joip her husband at Newport, Wash., where they will make their.futose home^ Mr. Lawrence is atthat place noi~ 1,1 1 L. f-tn" "Hi WATERTOWN nxV '•iP- in ST 'vi O. JKW w,.v' if'b DYOUR BONNETS -•t&jxi Original Jewelry «n. There is distinction of de sigh as well as quality in the oraftmanship of the jewelry shown at Halbkat's. Fashion's Latest produc tions of Bracelets, Laval Heres, Beads, Cuff Hat Pins, Brooches, ^Chains, Waist Pins, e| s, Veil Pins, Fobs, Pins,-Etc., Etc. are and Fresh at Haibkat's em. Neck Scarf New See 4 "Correct Style and Qual ity and Reasonable Prices'' have kept us ahead of com petition for over ten years in Wat^own, the live city. Try usf,^ rOPTICIAN^ WATERTOWN. S. DAK likes the Had is feeling well and location. Fred CaWrence is at N. D., and the play with which he connected is meeting with good ^fons there l»wULi»ork t?est, par ents in their Washington hom» by« about Christmas. Don't close a deal for a loan on your farm until you have locked over our proposition. Come up and talk with us. Hokpins & fean som, rooms 14 and 15 Goss Block 14tf. The young people of the Baptist church held a birthday party at the new parsonage Wednesday night, which was enjoyed by a large num ber of people. A very delightful time was spent. The cooking demonstration at Towslee & Towslee's hardware store this week ^demonstrating the workings of the celebrated "Mall eable" range is drawing pretty good crowds and all are anjoying a splendid cup of Java andhot bicsuits which is offered all visitors at the store during the exhibit. The Baskerville & Rowe company are furnishing the celebrated brand of "S. & R." coffee and flour for the cooking exhibit. Notice to Our Subscribers. On and after January 1, 1909, the subscription price of the Saturday News will be advanced from $1.00 per year to $1.50 per year. The management of the Satur day News has been considering this proposition for the past year. While we very much dis like to make the change in the price of the paper, we consider it our duty in view of the ex dessive cost of print paper, which is controlled by one of the most giantic trusts in the United States. Local weekly papers all over the country have advanced their subscription rates. However* we will state in this connection that we will have something over 2,000 subscrib ers by the first of the year and it would work a considerable hardship and expense to/the publisher to is^ue over that number of a 12 and 16 pa'ge paper--all home print— with our present* equipment at the old subscription rate. Therefore, It behooves all who desire to take a "live paper" to PAY BEFORE THE FIRST OF THE YEAS AND SAVE A HALF JOIlAR. Yours Most Keai^ectfutly, E. M. BARKER, Editor fand JPublisher. mk SW'Wiij .Jvi/i*?-?* s-oi-^Snr '•. The republican mottojs: Beware of the -l Vft 'W mm wm IT NOTESIFEOM THE BASSWOOD^BUGIfl 4lank Teeter says a taxidermist is a feller' tin' bugs and other insects, but ftz Purdy axaxidermistis a feller that collects the taxes. Our barber shop is advertisin' shampoos at deduced rate*. Host folks would rather pay a little more and get a real poo* Sfai' ,*•» goin' to get any at all. The lid is on in this town. Anse Hilliker,'keeper of [the generals ws store, bias put a new burglar proof wire screen over the cheese. «•.. Old Cap Whipple is gettin' to be a full fledged socialist. He hasn't mis8ed a single church social in three years. Ren Binks, chief of the Wide-awake Hose Company, asked for volunteers the other night to go to the top of aburnin' building, say- in' that those who went was liable to git Killed. Not a single maa^ volunteered. All the married ones did, however. ,} Grandpa Bibbins found a nest of mice in his whiskers the other day.- Anse Hilliker told him to keep on hunt in,' and maybe he. woul^ find a pianola or a kitchen cabinet or something like that. The deep, dark and unholy conspiracy known as the Basswooqt CoiS ners Glee Club is prepared to sing at the slightest provacation, and candidate desirin' to be defeated can do so by hirin' this .organizAtiop.*' a a a a The Ladies'Quartet is open for engagements. By Ginger I It ra^ about time soine -of them were engaged. The best anti-fat cure we know of is"to start a seven-c paper in a one-column town like this. Hank Tumms ought to be arrested for wife beatin'. He liasn'* his wife win a game of dominoes from him in six months. 7 Rev. Hudnutt is the only feller in our midst who can set up va stove and fit the pipe without losin'his religion. Ren Binks, chief of the Wide-awake fire department, expects to: go down to New York soon to pick out Bome new fall styles in hose. Elmer Spink says the softest job he knows of is being lineman,?: for a wireless telegraph company. 1*" 4 William Tibbitts has been savin'up three-cent pieces ever Bincelr the war, so that, when he goes to Cleifeland, if he ever does, he can take a few street-car rides. Eddication is a great thing". "W+T- Elwood Frisby, who electrified the audience at the last high school commencement with his orationienr titled "Beyond the Alps Lies Italy," has accepted a i^cratjiie. pqdtiQQ,.. as floorwalker in Amos Butt's livery stable. A fashion paper from New York says straw Hats for men went out of style September 1st. By gravy! most of 'em in this townwe3$ out of style about fourteen years qgg|| ex(ihan^es "®uj)? 'here''are always a few soreheads* ottpft and whining about something. It's fortnuate indeed, for-m town if they are hopelessly in* the minority—but God pity th^town in which ^1^ predominate. They are like an old running sore that'festers and runs and never gets well.» You dofi't- have to have them pointed out to you, because you can tell'pne as far as'you caifc-Bee him. They are'just like a hungry hound looking for something toeat—they §0 nosing around looking for some public enterprise into which they can stick their buz zard claws and vomit the slime of filth and disgust in its face. They are like the seven year itch or an old mangy cur, they are always on hand and you cannot shake them off. They attend every town meeting and try to checkmate every move for the upbuilding of the community.. Every one of them has a following and their ignorance would make the devils in hell blush with shame,. The leaves, the grasses and the flowers turn wrong side out and wither, and the birds flit away at their approach. They are the graveyard, the slop pen and the stench hole in every town, and if they were numerous enough, they would turn an eden into a buzzard roost and convert its habitants into carrion crows. They are simple headed, minus brains, and grow fat on the diet of ig norance and the devil has a chattel mortgage on every mother's,son them. We are glad God made a hell Tho Washington could never tell a lie He was still quite a prosperous chap, But he'd starve, so they say, were he living today* With such a big handicap. A soft answer turneth away no lady who is after the Saturday News diamond ring. You might as well Jgive up at first and look pleasant. There isn't a campaign orator in Codington co'unify ^tliat make more money selling Blue Bell Skidoo Condition Tablets. 1 Col. Lee Stover says he had pretty fair health before he became connected with the water works company. mm Miss Crosby says she doesn't ride around town on a tin can but she is pretty good on collections just the same. ^*4$. m*n ASK YOUR DEALER FOR OIJARANTECOTO-COMPLY WITH H» WARP BR OS. GO. IMC mn« .« "A squ^ deal aod who wo'rships^a non-resident bod. $--v45v %v^|}«. Xf, jSSSSfi •:'''iiSs:-y'•'-"X- $1.00 PER YEAR/^5|& •Jthat goes around coll Hank is a liar and that If the$ '. *IFtP «. ft «fej? 5-it1#- A\t vviv I -*v^ -"id were 4 °\tl of Afag •za-v cou1dn1l Asparklind sudar- coated lump of quick relief jno ^^rNSISTONTHE GENUINE mOHA tiAL AND STATE PURE FOOD LAWS ABERDEEN. S.D.