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Saturday news. (Watertown, S.D.) 19??-19??, March 05, 1909, Image 4

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Geo. Croft is busy hauling grain
to Kampeska.
Ca) Burnsof Raymond is visiting
friends and relatives of this neigh
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pursell and
Mr. and Mrs.. Eli Olson were live
city callers Thursday.
Grant Peterson and his sister
called at the live city Friday.
Roy Wellington is trying his
hand at hauling ice for a short
H.M. Kisher took a flying trip
to the live city to get repairs for
his windmill Thursday.
Paul Simmons returned home
from Aberdeen Thursday.
Il.M. Fisher has become quite a
horse shoer. When he has not time
thru the day he takes the evening
for it.
Tom Ready called at Kampeska
Charley Wellington called at
Mr. ewis' Friday.
A1 Tessier took a load of goods
to the live city for Mr. Jaboes last
Mr. Worshard and sons took a
sleigh ride yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown arrived at
Kampeska Friday from Chicago and
will soon he settled in their new
home by the lake. We hope they
will like it here in Dakota.
The Sociable at Joe Pursell's
Friday evening was well attended
and all enjoyed a good time. The
evening was passed with a few
pleasant games.
New belts and hand
kerchiefs coming soon
at Gilruth's.
The birthday party for Miss
Luella Dean Sunday was well at
tended and a fine time was reported
by 11.
Miss Lydia Sehuekle is visiting
at Mrs. Laura Lungreen's for a
few days.
Joseph and Willie Elfring 'spent
Sunday evening at Schuelke's.
Mrs. Ada Montooth left Monday
for Rochester, Minn., where she
will undergo an operation.
Wedding bells will soon be
Mr. and Mra. Ferris spent San
day afternoon at Briggs.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Butts spent
Sunday at Dean's.
Bart Mclaughlin spent Sunday
at Dean's.
Miss Charlotte McLaughlin is
visiting in the live city with her
cousin Miss Maggie McLaughlin.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Johnson are
visiting Mr. Johnson's parents
for a few days.
Joseph Elfring and Eddie Arnach
er were pleasant callers at Veeders
Monday evening.
Man tailored suits
and skirts at Gilruth's.
Quite a few attended the pray
er meeting at. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
B. M. Noble was laid up for a
few days of last week with a tooth
Julius Strohfus and Mr. Rice
went to Henry on the morning
freight but the train did not go
thru on account of the blizzard so
they had to take the tie path back.
Will Lewis moved back on the
Mellon place last Sunday.
Sam Purse] 1 visited in the live
city for a few days last week.
There were quite a few of the
Kampeskians seen on the streets in
the live city Saturday.
E. O. Hammond was a caller
among his neighbors Sunday.
Mr. Brown had an accident by
running a nail in his foot last
Grandpa Carpenter went to the
live city Friday morning last.
.Jack Carl of Clark was a pleas
ant caller at the home of Mr. C.
M. Fisher Monday afternoon.
Try Macbeth chimneys. Don't
break from heat. At Lynn's only.
left Sunday for
C. with the Water-
Anton Scott
Washington D.
town band.
Mrs, Sam
Arkland visited at
home of Gilbert Davis.
Some of the farmers are hauling
their grain to Garden [City as the
market is good there.
Alta White attended the teach
er's meeting at Henry and spent
Sunday at home.
Mrs. G. Davis visited at the Ark
land home for a few days the last
of the week.
Ernedt Schoonover and wife and
Ralph Hiliard spent Sunday at the
home of E. W Schoonover north of
Garden City.
Mrs. A. W. Clark is on the sick
list this week.
Mrs. S. R. White visited with
Mrs. Enenoldsen Sunday.
Word was received from
C. C. Bairr & Co.'s Automo
bile Garage, Display Rooms
and Repair Department
Has been moveel ioihe building just south
of the city hall. The largest, most com
plete and commodious automobile head
quarters in Watertown.
We have the most expert workmen in
the city and
•W,' -'&r r.-afrW
fcet Uif Q'
kinds of repairs prompt-
Ijr executed. We guarantee our work.
Kxclualve agents tu Sontn Dakota for the
Studebaker E-M-F "JO"
'fh^beatcar for the money
ter Compton that he will be home
about March 4th.
Thfe Car F6r You
'hone Main 630 AUTOMOBILE!.! VERY
il v.iiuo in work
1- nnii'-i I
or "iris
iauntleis lor boys
"ooiI quality
Cassimcri' trousers for men
--exceptional values $1.50.
Uncommonly jiol)'
r" trousers I'm-
Miss Canfield attended the teach
er's meeting at Henry Saturday.
Ella White and Ernest and Ethel
Schoonover attended the band con
cert and dance at Garden City Fri
day night and reported a good
ls nick-
Regular dollar knee pants—
not "knickers"—neat pat­
Pearl and Ethel Schoonover spent
Tuesday at Mr. White's.
Sam Arkland is hauling grain
for Will Hall.
Water, yes, and water every
Miss Pearl Schoonover is visiting
with her brother Ernest for a few
New silk, lawn and
linen waists at Gil
Miss Ada Bodtker is on the
list this week.
Mr.Roy Phillips went to the live
city Thursday returning Monday.
Rev. Cathers called on Phillips
last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs.Frei Phillips spent
Wednesday evening with John En
Miss Nellie Phipps returned home
Sunday after spending a few days
with her sister, Mrs. Wilfred
Mr. Ben Nichols and Joe Lewis
were seen riding around for the
good of their health.
Earl Phillips spent Saturday eve
ning with his sister, Mrs. Lois
Jesse Minor spent Sunday even
ing with his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Phillips.
Ben Gortch was seen in our
neighborhood this week.
Mrs. Archie Campbel is slowly
Mr. Jim Grove's hand that he
had blood poison in is not improv
ing very fast.
Quality means much
to you but more to us.
Mrs. Albert Scharn is improving
slowly from her sickness.
SeVerall cases df whooping cough
in our neighborhood. They, are all
Very mild.
Mrs. Lawrence Cussack and
daughter, Miss Nellie, have gone,
to points in Nebraska for the lat-i
ter's health. ]|.v
Oliver G. Almos was called sud
denly to Lake Poinsett and EBtal
line.on business.
Frank Reichling sold a calf at
the live city Monday.
Mrs. Rovert Vetters has been
side. ^1/
Bernard Schmidts visited home
folks over Sunday.
The amount of clothes-value that
every customer, gets here would
make a name for any store.
The style of our clothes would he
a magnet in any city—but not one
store in twenty takes as much pains
with the fit of a patrons clothes as
we do—few are so well equipped to
give results—we have our own tailor
shop and no suit leaves the house
until it conforms exactly to the de
tails of the customer's form.
This is good for you but
still better for
Bert Draves returned home Sun
day evening for a visit with his
siBter, Mrs. Warren Welch.
Mrs. H.
Sasse and daughter
Treva went to Pierre Saturday.
Mrs. Warren Page went to Wau
pan.Wis., last Monday called there
by serious illness of her father.
Mrs. J.S. Eddy went to Cresco,
Iowa, last Sunday evening to at
tend her grandmother's funeral.
She returned the fore part of this
week with her mother who will
spend a short time visiting here.
The Henry school gave an enter
tainment in the hall lart Friday
evening. A packed house greeted
them and forty five dollars was
cleared for school purposes. The
proceeds will either be spent for a
new organ or text books. The
program was well liked by all.
Mrs. J. Beath and J. Caulfield
enjoyed a visit from their brother
Chas. Neil of Sentinel Butte,N.D.,
last Week.
John McCarth will go to Al
mena, Wis., Thursday where he is
taking treatment from Dr. Till.
TheC.L.A.S. met in the base
ment of the church Tuesday. Mes
dames Pierce, Patterson, Kent and
Boyd served supper.
Gareth Austin arid Ruth Clegg
were absent 'from school, Monday
'and Tuesday of this Week on ac
of bad
Mabel Stark­
weather was also absent.
The C. G. E. 15. will hsCve 'a so
cial and business meeting in the
basement of the church Thursday
evening. They will also give a so
cial a week from Thursday evening.
There will be Services in the
Congregational church Sunday.
0. J. Breen and 3.F. Kirsher re
ceived a Carload of machinery this
Mr. Taube is having his goods
moved into the P. E. Coyle build
ing where he will have more room.
L.G.McDermott is going to move
to town and will hold an auction
sale Thursday. He has a number
of horses and cows to sell besides a
lot of machinery. 'He Will sell,
everything but hishousehold goods.
people explains the rapid growth of
the Olson stores.
Oliver G. Almos has Herman
Draves windmill in running order
since the storm.
E. B. Reynolds delivered a calf
at Watertown Monday.
Elmer Draves was expected home
Monday afternoon.
Tuesday was somewhat of a hol
iday for the children as it was
election day.
John Shock and his dogs chased
a fox in this neighborhood and suc
ceeded in capturing some.
Mr.McPherson's household goods
have arrived and he is getting set
tled in his new home.
Mrs. H. L. Hopkins and family
visited at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Eugene Keyes Saturday.
Chas. Pour returned Monday
from St. Louis, Mo., after spend
ing the winter in the south. Char
lie prefers South Dakota during
the spring and summer.
H. A. Hildebrandt was a local
visitor Tuesday.
Dr. Mullen accompanied Mrs.
Carl Meyer to Aberdeen Sunday
where Mrs. Meyer will have an
operation performed.
Ed DeMerrseman made a live
city trip Sunday returning Tues
day morning. Mrs.De Merrseman
is a Wallace visitor this week.
The M. E. L. aid met with Mrs.
Levi Sumner last Thursday after
noon. The attendance was large
and a dainty lunch was served. The
aid meets with Mrs. Mvron Nisbet
in two weeks.
Miss Ada Bodtker who has been
quite ill a week is slowly Improv­
Homer Rhine has Sold the house
he occupies to Wm. Stemwedel.
Miss Florence Traverse has re
turned to her school after a week's
absence at Clark where she was
called by the death of her sister
Mrs. James Lally.
Carfarelli Orchestra will give a
dance here on March 15th at
Thompson's hall. 3
Qllie Richards "made a business
call here Tuesday.
Jim Bond is suffering from a bad
attack of la grippe. 4$
The Golden Eagle ciothiers nave
been holding an auction sale of
their stock beginning Saturday «nd
have disposed of much stock. N.
A. Nelson is out from Watertown
assisting his men. gg
Mr. Cameron Ms
Florence hotel. He expects to
build an addition and raise the
old building several stories, and to
thoroly remodel the entire struc
ture and make it modern in every
way thus giving this towr*. another
first class traveler's horn
Mao'iiet':J[sock.s3 tor
brown black or blue-
Twilled night robes tor men
regular] dollar values—
New], [patterns [in spring
shirts—bizarre stripes—$1.
•10c bat-wing ties made by
Carter & Holmes—25c.
Woool sweaters—$2 values
—high neck—95c.
C. V. Hubbard received a carl Ellsworth Rowe made a call here
of machinery the fore part of the [Tuesday.
C. C.Lowe and family left for
Luverne, Minn., Monday evening
where Mr. Lowe will print the
Journal. We are very sorry to lose
them and hope they will like their
new location.
Warren McMulleh returned from
California last week.
Mrs.Dowling is able to be around
after having nearly had Pneumon
After a prosperous monhth's busi
ness here Carl Gray moved hiB
photo gallery to Wallace for an
indefinite time.
M. F" Heintz has purchased Joe
Ecks barn,'moved it down town and
and will use it as a machinery
Hear about the "Forston" Grain
Cleaner. C. R. Goss will tell you
about it. 37-38
Joseph Mandrey and Miss Ida
Luck came down from the live city
Sunday morning and spent the day
visiting at the home of Otto Jordan.
There was a dance in Thomas
Wednesday night.
G. S. Sheimo. drove to Hayti
B. N. Hagna was transacting
business in Castlewood Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary Rose and family drove
to the live city Saturday.
Emil Folk who has been visiting
the past two weeks in Chicago is
expected home Friday or Saturday.
N. H. Story and E. J. Sherin
made a business trip to Hayti
Mrs. Moe.i left the latter part of
the week for an extended visit at
Lake Preston.
John Edwards is assisting Otto
Jordan in the store this week.
On account of their pit filling^,
with water the during thaw of the*
past few days the Farmers elevator
is closed at present.
It is sale week at Jordan's stored i?
and they are doing a rushing busi-r
ness: i*«
Chas. BentheifReturned Saturday,'
night from Chicago where he hasj"-'i
b«en the past week. J-
Thomas will boast of a newspaper^
within a few days. Mr. Bowmanf
has engaged rooms to use as alC
printing office until his new
ing west of the bank is completed.I'^
Estate of John Kaiser, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned administrator, of the
estate of John Kaiser deceased to
the creditofs of and all persons
having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them with the^
necessary vouchers, within fourlll
months after the first publication
of this notice, to the said adminis
trator at his residence, or to his
attorneys at their office?, in Water
town in the county of Codington,
S. D.
Dated March 1st, 1909.
-f Nick Kaiser* Adm»4
Banten & Han ten,
Attorneys. 87-40'

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