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PELICAN POINTER8
Wm. Dean was a pleasant caller
at Schuelke's Monday evening.
Fred Ferris has gone to the city
hospital to have his eye operated
on.
Willie Elfring was a pleasant
caller at Veeder's and Herman
Everson's Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bradley,Mr.
and Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Wright and
Russ Bradley were pleasant callers
at Mr. and Mrs. James Veeder's
home Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wolcott made
a flying trip to the live city Thurs
day.
Frank Bradley is hauling hay
now days.
Billie Amacher and Mr.and Mrs.
Frank Bradley were shopping in
the live city Saturday.
Mr. Schuelke's family was all
home Sunday on a visit. There
were twenty-one in all.
Are You
Prepared
George Elfring is hauling
iber to build him a new barn.
Fritz was seen riding thru the
country with his driving horse.
He certainly has the best driving
horse in the county.
The Elfring and Wolcott boys
called at Veeders' and Schuelke's
I Sunday.
Miss Hazel McLaughlin is visit
ling with her friend Miss Blanche
Lewis for a week.
To put in your crop in the best possi
ble manner? To raise tlie best possible
crop during any season, the first essential
is to get good seed carefully sown in prop
erly prepared soil.
Charlotte McLaughlin is visiting
with her friend Dela Cook tor a
few days.
GOOD SEED. With a Funston Auto
matic Grain Cleaner you may use ordin
ary grain as it comes from the thresher,
and by carefully grading and cleaning
you may be sure that you are sowing
nothing but the best kernels and no foul
seed.
CAREFEL SOWING. The farmer
has only one way of knowing when his
seeding is being properlydone and that is
by knowing that he has the latest scien
tifically correct machinery for that pur
pose. THE DOWAGIAC DRILL CO. of
Dowagiac, Mich., have made it their busi
ness for upwards of thirty years to see
that the farmers were supplied with drills
that were strictly up-to-the-minute in all
the latest SUCCESSFUL improvements.
This season's Dowagiac drills are the acme
of perfection in seeding machinery. Made
in both single and double disc, dust proof
bearings, five inch angle steel frame sup
ported by extra truss rods, etc. In fact,
there are so many good features about
36 drills that the only way to become
acquainted with them all is to come in and
look over our sample drills.
Misses Claudia Vender and Min
nie Schuelke were callers at Kngles
Sunday evening.
Misses Trinky and Lena Engles
left last week for Clark, S. D.,
where they will visit friends
few days.
Ii you need a plow this spring you
will do well to see our Defiance and Sat
tley Gangs.
Every farmer to whom we have sold
a Clover Leaf Manure Spr^&der acknowl
edges, after comparing his with spreaders
of every other make, that he has the best
spreader that his money could buy.
REMEMBER THAT EVERY IMPLE
MENT OR BUGGY THAT WE SELL IS
ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED AND WE
STAND READY AT ANY TIME TO FUL
FILL OUR .GUARANTEE!
We ask that you come in and see
our samples before bujj^ng. ap^jiing
Jhe implement line.
-I1AS. R. OOSS,
^^i
200 First St. N. W. Watertown, S. D.
for
RICHLAND RUSTICS
Edward Janke was in the
city on business Tuesday.
a
HAH'Y JACK
WM. MARTIN, HE SHOES HORSES.
Mrs. Ole Oleson called on Mrs.
A.M. Tessier Wednesday.
Fred Heathcote is helping Chas.
Schwem repair his buildings
week.
We are hoping that nature will
favor us with good
roads
again as
they are now something fierce.
Mr. Paul Simmons returned to
Henry where he will begin work
I for Mr. Taube.
1'at Burke was a caller at Mr.
['oulson's Sunday.
Mr. Ben is taking in the town
this week, swearing the town offi
cers.
Ole Oleson is hauling his seed
wheat from Tom Keddy's.
The ladies aid met at Mrs. Ben
Lewis last Thursday.
Mrs. Jenny Purcell called on
Mrs. Mabel Fisher Tuesday.
Elsie Schultz is on the sick list
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal called at
Kampeska Wednesday.
A1 and Blair Tessier and H. M.
Fisher were seen in the live city
Friday.
Jne Miller is feeling under the
weather.
Mr. Tankersley the
dent visited the school
ernoon.
supeririten
Friday aft-
Cal Burns and Joe Stevens called
at Mr. Hammonds Friday to get a
restaurant outfit. Mr. Stevens is
going into the restaurant business.
KENTUCKY BELLE
WM. MARTiN, HE SHOES HORSES.
GROVER GRUNTS
The people around here are go
ing some this last week getting
ready for spring. It seems as
if it is a long ways off yet.
Mr. B. 0. Wolf was out prac
ticing shooting one day last week,
and did fairly well for a start.
Julius Klatt's youngest boy was
the victim of a very aerious acci
dent the other day. He was play
ing with a wine glass and fell on
it cutting him once just below the
right eye and once on the right
temple. He is on the gain now.
Mr. Gus Fuerstenau is on the
sick
list thi3
week,
Mrs. Joe Strohfus is home from
her daughter's, Mrs. W. Dalley,
where she has been staying~~for a
few days.
John McFerran spent Saturday
night and Sunday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McFerran.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Born, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Fuerstenau and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe McFerran spent Sunday
at Gust Fuertenau's.
The new blacksmith started up
business in this city this week.
The Grover Farmers elevator Co.
are to have a meeting next Satur
day for the purpose of starting a
farmer's lumber yard in this city.
The singers of the Lutheran
church are practicing for the Eas
ter doings.
The new grain buyer for the
Hawkeye elevator Co. didn't stay
very long. They will find out that
some people aren't as easy as they
look.
HAPPY HUNTER
E.F. Harrington, M.D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
1
Spectacles and Eye
Glasses Fitted
Office 2d floor Harrington
Bids. 108 N. Oak St.
Watertown, 'So. Dak.
|CASTLEWOOD CONCERNS
1
Mr. Clyde Horswill, cashier of
the Dempster state bank.spent Fri
day in Castlwood attending to
business matters.
Mrs. A. J. Horswill returned to
her home at the live city Saturday
morning after a short visit with
her mother, Mrs. Sarah .Cunning
ham of this place. |pl|
Mr. and Mrs. Will Carter enter
tained a few friends at their home
last Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs, F. Meadows of
Watertown spent Friday with rela
tives in this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koppalman
of Auburn, Iowa, have moved to
this place and will m«ke this their
future home.
Miss Alice Matheny came up
from Brookings Saturday morning
and remained until Sunday evening
visiting with her sister Mrs. W. S.
Madden.
Mrs. Sidney Fike returned home
Monday afternoon from Henry
where "she has been visiting the
past week with her daughter, Mrs. I
Hector Parliament.
Mrs. Wm. Reid and daughters
were shopping in the live city Sat-
1
urday.
Rev. .J.W. Christianson returned I
home
Saturday from Java, S.D.,
where he has been for the past
three weeks conducting revival ser
vices.
Miss Edna Watson is visiting at
the home of her brother, David
Watson.
The German M. E.society served
dinner at the home of Mrs. H. F.
Luebke Tuesday.
Miss Daphne Bennett returned
to
Minneapolis to resume her
school
work.
WM. MARTIN, HE SHOES HORSES.
FULLER & PHIPPS FANCIES
Mr.
and Mrs. Wilfred Bodt-
kcr spent a few (lays with Alden
I'liipps and wile.
Wpi. Ouick was a pleasant
caller at Albert Christian's Sat
unlap evening.
l'red Phillips and family spent
a few days in the live city.
Roy Phillips returned to the)
live city Friday after spending!
a few week's in this neighbor-!
hood.
N. Strieker and wife are on
the sick list this week.
George (ioodsoll and wife
called at Phillips' Saturday.
A number of neighbors in this
vicinity attended the sale at
Shep Pomroy's Monday.
George Moody called at Albert
Christian's Monday.
Mrs. Will Campbell is on the
sick list this week.
Rov Phillips attempted to
commit "Susan-side." He went
to sleep on a load of straw and
rolled off.
John Phillips visited Water
town Monday.
Wilfred Bodtker purchased a
cow at the sale Monday.
Edward Welch is here from
Minnesota visitinp his uncle,
Dave Darlinir.
TELL THEM YOU SAW THE AD
IN THE "NEWS."
'CHARLEY'S AUNT" FOR
W. H. S.
"Charley's Aunt" is a farce
comedy full of interesting situa
tions and good for one long laugh
from start to finish—to be given
at Grand Opera House Thursday
evening March 52, 1909, for benefit
of High school.
Cast.
Stephen Spettigue-Addison Atwater
Col.Sir FrancisChesney-Rex Adams
Jack Chesney- Raymond Beck
Charley Wykeham- Ray Hart
Lord Sancourt Babberly Roll in Gray
Brassett- Harold Allen
Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez
Lulu Mace
Kitty Verdum Laura Jones
Amy Spettigue- Clara Lee
Ella Delahay Grace Wells
"Synopsis.
Time: The present. Commem
moration week. Oxford.
Act I
Jack Chesney's roomS in college.
"When pious frauds are dispensa-
?"v"
Act II
Garden outside Jack's rooms.
"While there's tea, there's hope."
Act III
Drawing room at Spettigue's
house. "Dinner lubricates busi
ness," 7
Seats may be reserved at Cul
ver's Monday at noon, March 22.
Thirty-five cent tickets admitting
holder to gallery will be oh sale at
box office the evening of the play:
oW.rTrT.lji
Dr. Barry I. Bartron
Physician and Surjfooiv
Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. mM 2 to 4p. mM
and 7 to 8 p. m.
Office' and Residence over Poetofliice,
Suite 21:
wear
Last Saturday our Boys' Clothing Depart
ment was crowded with eager buyers. The
sale started in with a rush, and no wonder,
when such an opportunity is offered. Our
entire line 1908 Boys' and Children's
Suits at one-third off from our regular low
prices. Supply your wants before it's too
late and the sizes broken up too much.
Boys' and Children's Suits
At One-Third Off
1908 regular
1908 regular
1908 regular
1908 regular
1908 regular
1908 regular
1908 regular
From our regular Low, Plain Figure
Marked Prices as we are determined to
convert this surplus stock into cash.
15)08 regular $2.00 Suits
FACTORY PRICES
prices
and
(ff
'YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED
towprices
Bingle
porouaand which closes up small punctures AVithout allow*
b*nfcV yo,u
R?"5r',ast 'P"?er
a!,d
fill
lo?t
W YOU NEED^
the special introductory prii'e quoted
describes and quotes all makes and kinds 01 ti
&€%*r
now
Our new Spring Hats
Stetsons, Knapp Felt and
C. & £. Brands stand at
the head of the procession.
The "Stetson Special" only to be had at our store
in Soft and Derbies. C. & E. $3.00. Knapp Felts
$4.00. Stetsons $3.50 to $5.00.
DAYLIGHT
Read the News for News
WAITED-A RIDER ASSENT
$1.33
2.50 Suits off now
sample Latest Mod?) Raparr?^1»:y£k£Turni bcd by us. Our agent
pulit to any test yo
Keep the "bicycle snip it luck to us i' our expense «uici
1.67
3.00 Suits off now
2.00
3.50 Suits off now
2.33
4.00 Suits off now
2.67
5.00 Suits off now
3.33
6.00 Suits off now
Please bear in mind this store carries nothing but
dependable goods and each suit is 'worth the full value
of the original selling price marked thereon, but for
quick clearance take one-third off ond they are yours.
Our 1909 Spring styles are meeting with great
favor. New ones are arriving almost daily. Price
and Quality guaranteed.
4.00
7.50 Suits off now
5.00
IN EACH TOW*
and district tc.
ride and exhibita
you
?w//
HfiCOND HAND BrCYC.LKSj. We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but
usually have a number on haodtuken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. These
promptly at pnees ranging from to ®8 or «lO. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free
COASTER-BRAKES
SELF-HEALING TIRES
The tegular retail£r/cc of these tires is
W JS^O Per pair, but to introduce zee wilt
%ellyQuasarnpiepairior$4.$Q{cashwithorder$4.55st
NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILS, Tacks or GlaSrt wlll not !*t the
ftlr oat* Sixty thousand pairs sold last year.
Over two hundred thousand parts now in use.
aeSORiPTSOM:
Madcinallsizes. Itislivcly
Hid easy tiding,
verydurable and lined insidewiih
ft special quality of rubber, which never becomes
not be out out cent,
furnish the highest grade bicycles it is pos? ule to makx
rHVIVni rniyty at owe small profit above actual Uctory cost. You save ftc
middlemen a jvohts by buying direct of us and have the.manufacturer's jruar
antec behind your bicycle. JK NOT ltt'1' a bicycle or a pairof tires from
at fifty Price until you receive our catalogues ir.d learn our unheard of factory
rtsnarkaole specttl offers
to rider
wl,jn y°u reci:'vp
mwr
oigthe air to escape. We liavfc hundreds ofletters from satis-1 IS tmck rubber tromd
ficclcustomersstating that their tiresliaveonly been pumped
Irtlt wrile lis a p)«t«.
JA
anyotu
our beautiful catalogue and
iwiwnnnill study our suucrh models at the
we can make you this year. NV sell the holiest grnde bicycles for less money
•pTp1vpiViiw* i3«.*•£&
are
mble-T^pHcS Ordc«Afiiwa
wondsr/iilly
satisfied with n.w profit above factory cost.
1?heVdSyC1?ceiveS.Ur yd"
S0Ur
°"n
yheeU*Jmiwrtca roller chain* and pedals* part*? repairs and
equipment of all kinds at
half tfu usual retail prices,
Mn,! pla,!
»ve
SAM,
clear out
80
TO imnO0UG£, ONLY
R?L
apouce ortwice in a whole
season. They weigh no more than M, ".U."
in ordinary tire, thepunctureresistinequaUiiesbeingeiven iffl*?
by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the QP tire wUl oatlast »iiy other
tread. Ije regular priceof these tires is fa.50 per pair,but for »"d
idvertumspurposeswearemakiiizaspccialfacLorypriceto
l* ("'crehy
lend FULL CASH ITU and enclose thu advertisement. We will also send one
nidcel plated brass tand,pnmp. 1
ires to be. returned at OCR expeaie. if.for any reason tliev are
aotmbsfactprxM wkWnation. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us isas safe a«' in a
..pa.uctu.re •trips "Ii"
PNYMNT
rim cutting. This
111,11
'fe^WoTonlv |«,8o per pair- All orders shipper same,day etter is received. We shfo COD on
ttrpraval. You do not pay a cent until eicaminiff and found them strlctlv as represented
uKjfSlitT^AniruMmi'luni-5.yourhave
»*.5«
jmi,i
making the price
tlmn any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We
tbafc you will "be so well pleased that wlien' you wattta bicycle you will sive us your order.
We want you to Send us a trial orderat otice. Iiencetliis remarVuhtc tiri nPIW
•f** f*1** ora pain of tires from anyone Until yoti know the new and wonderful
attere we are making, ^t outy costs a postal to learn everything. Write it ,XOW.
J. MEAD CYCLE C0MPANY2 CHICAGO, ILL
ou
i«r
P»' ,°f these tires, you will find tliat they will ride easier, run faster
if
J. it!.I ur iuai«w
at about half the usual prices.
DO KUJ-Tlilxk
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