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Saturday news. (Watertown, S.D.) 19??-19??, March 12, 1909, Image 1

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I Local happenings
Doc Yeamans spent Sunday in
Mrs. L. B. Parsons is .visiting
with friends at Lakefield, Minn.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Has
kins, colored, a bouncing baby boy.
Mayor Martin expects to be back
home this week end from his trip
to the east,
Jensen has moved his printing
outfit to the room north of Pyne's
plumber shop.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Goodell are
in the city visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs.L. C. Goodell.
The stork visited the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Amundson Satur
day morning and brot a boy.
John Marx, who formerly lived
at Bemis, has moved to town, and
will make his future home in this
Keep in mind the European trip.
March 19 and 20. Civic League
benefit. Prof. G. W. R. Hill, con
The Saturday News will publish
the new game law just as soon as
we are able to obtain the same in
its corrected form.
A meeting for the furtherance of
the Y.MLC.A. will be held Sunday
afternoon at 3:30 in the Congrega
tional church. All interested are
invited. ..
Stewart &Snell are offering some
wonderful coat bargains in their
them, as there are bargains that
will save you moneys
Tne North Studio is offering 15
full size cabinet photos regular $4
doz. work, for the next 60 days to
First Floor
Phone Red 3
Groceries, Dress
Goods, Notions
all ticket holders for $2.00. Get
your tickets from the ticket man:
50c each.
Ben Wadsworth has abandoned
the idea of conducting a plumbing
shop in this city and has accepted
a position with a hardware firm at
Doland. Ben has many friends in
Watertown who will regret to
learn of his departure from the
Next Wednesday evening Gov.
Hoch will lecture in the Methodist
church. Gov. Hoch is a man who
has done things and his lecture
ought to be heard by every man,
woman and child in our city. Re
member the date, Wednesday eve
ning next.
The citizens of Watertown and
Codington county are very much
pleased over the re-appointment of
Gen. C. H. Englesby to the office
of Adjutant General of the S.D.
National Guard. Gen. Englesby
is no doubt one of the best quali
fied men in the state for the posi-
During their Washington trip the
Fourth Infantry band were presen
ted to the president, now ex-presi
dent Roosevelt. They were invit
ed with the Roosevelt club and
made a good impression on the late
chief executive. They were receiv
ed in the big east room of" the
White House.
C. A. Neill, the harness man, had
a little tussle with the grip last
week after his return from New
York state hc{ H^^h^^'isifc-.
al weeks. He reports his father
in-law, Mr. Harrington, who is
well known in Watertown, as in
very poor health. Mrs. Neill is
still in New York.
Men's Heavy, Extra Strong Work Shoes at...
Men's $2 and, $2.25 Light Weight, Pliable Kid
Shoes, now
Men's $2.50 Box Galf, Blucher Shoes, now ..
Men's $2.00 Calf Shoes, now,
Men's $2.75 BlucKer style Shoes, Yiei Kid or
Oalf, nowj
JIjOR the man who needs a pair of shoes our Sale olf Men's
Shoes is a money saving proposition. The shoes offered
you are from our regular stock, made for us by reliable manu
facturers, of leathers tanned for wear and to stay soft and pliable.
Our shoe salesmen understand the art of shoe
fitting and take the same care in fitting shoes
at sale prices as at regular prices.
This means much for your comfort as well as for looks
and wear.
We need the room these shoes occupy, that's why we are
making you these prices. &
One lot of Girl's Shoes, all sizes from 8£ to 2, at
One lot of Boys' Solid Leather Shoes'?4izes l3J
Ski- ^4 -**-a J19
New Wooltex Suits, Coats aricl Gowns are now ready
for you and we're proud to say we have never had a .better or"
pretti6r%ele6tiGri tcrbffer you. ^'r J.
The Saturday News had eighteen
different correspondents in, la&
week's issui.. Thi^ service is cost
ing'the management of the News
considerable sum of money every
month and we hope that our farmer
friends will appreciate our efforts,
to please them with the best possi-r
ble county news service. 'pffS-
Dowagiac Disc Drills get results.
C. R.Goss sells thettt. 37-3%
We understand that a petition -iS?
being circulated be presented to'
the county commissioners to have'
them recommend W. G. Ludwig
to the state game warden for the
appointment of deputy game war*
den for the appointment of deputy
game warden in Codington county.:
It is the belief of his friends that
with the' new game law back of
him he would make a splendid
deputy game warden.
Mme. Langendorff the famous
mezzo soprano appears at the Grand.
Tuesday March 16th. Guaranteed
to be the best high class operatic
singer ever seen on our local stage.
Prices for this engagement are low
enough so that no one need stay:
away on that account, and besides
any one attending the performance^
who is not entirely satisfied can
procure the price paid for their?
ticket at the box office.
The people of the third ward, or?
any other ward in the city for that
matter should be careful about,
electing a man on the city council
who is in any way under obliga-v
tions to any railroad corporation.
The fact of a man leasing valuable
business locations from a railroad
corporation might have a tendency
to make him feel under obligations
to that corporation if any trouble
ever, should arise between the gity
and the railroacf company.
Under the new management of
Mr. Chas. S. Pollard, the North
Studio is perpared to do the most
artistic and high class photogra-
Second Floor
7 Phone Green 3'
Suits, Rugs
diamond Ring
Just as practical as et-Rrting
a bank account wi
mb- 2 buy a Diamond.
That is if ypii buy it right.
We have-a beautifiil assort
finest blue white—beauti
riiiest Dl
phic work. Prices are reasonable,
and the work done is first class in
every partietiar. Mr. Pollard has
bought out th" interest of Mr.
Schofield the former owner, and the
business will be run under entirely
new management. Mr. Pollard is
a practical man, and deserving of
his share of the business in his
Mrs. Mary Lawler desires this
ptfper to state that the report
wbtch was sent to the Sioux
City Journal recently stating
that she was the original Josie
Mansfied, the actress who was
identified in the celebrated Fisk
Stokes case in New York back in
and without the least founda
The Mrs. Lawler benefit which
was to have been given at the
Idle Hour, Tuesday, March 16th
has been postponed to Thursday,
March 18tli, on account of
the teachers' meeting which will
be held tljere on the 16
I have not been, am not now,
and under no conditions, £will
I be a candidate for Mayor at
the coming spring election.
$5.00 REWARD
I will give $5.00 reward Jfor
information leading w"-t«eident
ity of the person who is circu
lating false and malicious stories
kbout me. P, J. DeBoer, Milk
Man. "V
By request of many gooaj citi
zens, 1 have consented to become
a candidate for city assessor. My
motto Economy and Justice to
all." -it*
Appreciating your support, and
co-operation,I am
Yours truly,
(38-41) F. G: Schmidt.
L. G. HILL, M. D.
Frist National Bank B'ld'g
The Business Men's Union met
last Friday evening and among
other things considered was the
report of the committee appointed
to look into the matter of the Cod
ington county oil fields as to wheth
er oil could be produced in suffici
ent quantities to make it profitable
to develop it. The committee re
ported favorably, and advised the
formation of a company with local
capital to drill deeper, and dis
cover whether oil could not be ob
tained in paying quantities. No
4^'- '*MM
Want to be Certain
^Phat your
V"!aac'k Right—in that obndition11 thiit
causes you jbo involuntarily ,exolaiim
4GOQp.»^ 5^
Well lit
j,", '^Wiigon will call"
Dr. Fischer's pacing stallion,
"Dug B", is the fifst horse to be
examined and his owner has applied
for a license for him under the new
stallion law passed by the last leg*'
lature. The new law requires that
evefy stallion used for breedings
purposes must undergo an examin
ation by a regular graduate veteri
narian and that the animal must be
perfectly sound in limb and body
before he will be permitted to be
used for breeding purposes in the
state, "Dug B" is one of the
finest standard bred stallions in
the state arid there is no doubt but
he will be permitted to remain in
service,s,KThree is not a pimple on
him. ll?'/
"A Cowboy's Girl" which comes
to the Grand Saturday March 18th
js one of the few westejrn plays
ever written by a man who thotoly.
understood what he was writing
about. Mr. Benton spent a great
portion of his life in the cattle
country of Texas and knowB the
old time cattleman, bis ways, 'jbx-
The Stajr Laundry Co
pf?&sioi^|ikfes, and ^iikCB,- asj«0t ke«®tup witlv%order9,
well as he k^owis the alphabet.
These little things which are lack
ing in most plays of the west are
stronglsl:emphasized in "A Cow
boy's Girl" and add much to the
realism of tlje production.
•Have your old carpets made into
handsome fluff rues* can make
you an* size desired. We also
make rugs of old rags. We make a
specialty of cleaning carpets and
tugs, satisfaction guaranteed or no
charges. Watertown Rug Factory,
office and factory west Watertown.
Phone Main 473. M. A. HAYS.
The Automatic Electric
Washer Saves Von
can readily figure out the saving,-and hoj^quickl^Jthe
$1.50 3PER TEAR
doubt, a local company ,will be
formed in accordance with the ,'
Commendation of the committee."*
Have you seen that new electrify
washi&g machine at Woodward St
Searle's hardware store? As a
household convenience it beats atty^y
thing we have ever seen.! The
mechanism id very simple any child
can operate the machine. All one
has to do to operate this Machine
is to turn the button as tho turn-,
ing' on an elctric light. Shove the
side lever ahead to wring, or back
to wash and by placing the Jever
in the center the washeruna,
wringer both stop and the
alone runs. It costs left than twb""
cents an hour to operate, fhiB mai,„
chine and is sold on thirty day^3*
free trial. About the ofily hard"
thing about turning otlt a washing
with this machine Is the thanginfe
but of the clothes after they are
washed. The machine does all the .?
rest of the work. Woodward &'
Searles are selling there machine?
no fast'that the manufacture
fs can^'J
C. GosS fo^#||jfe,t prices"
implements and buggiete 37-38.
One of the most mirth pro
scenes in "A Cowboy's Girl" which
comes to the Grand March 13th
occurs in the third aCt, which is &
scene in a Round-up Camp, showing
the chuckwagon, the camp fice s&d
the various paraphernalia which
goes yyith the round-up and brand-
ing of cattle. Judge. Boljvar is
suffering with a very bad cold in
the head and being a visitor in the
camp is invited by the boys to stay
and join them in a supper whose
piece de-resistahce is to be hard
boiled prairie chckien eggs, a nest
of which one of the boys had dis
covered. The judge willingly does
so, the eggs are passed around,
every one takes a bite and dis
covers that instead of eggs they are
getting chickens, all but Boliver,"
who with his cold eats nearly half
thru his before his stomach informs
him that there is something wrong
somewhere, and he too makes a
hasty exit.
washes and wringes? a
tub full of clothes in. less than
^»It does a complete "washing
for 5 cents. Take your laundry
bills, deduct the 5 cents and you
Wash day troubles are all, done away with, -and
makes washing a pleasure instead of a task.
\\V have #his machine in 'jjfictual .operation, -'our
stofftlWou will b& well repaid if you wUl ao^ '^ee jt.
Wc ta,lce pleasure in showing up its trtferit^
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