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Men's Suits Men A big line to choose from. We are shf -x'irc a line oi Men's Suits in all wool i'aucy worsted Cassimeres, Ciicvicts and Tweeds at $10 to $12 Men's Suspenders A big line of Men's Suspenders, fancy lisle webs, good leather ends and extra long—a good 25c suspender 19 Cents 9s Miss Markham went to hep home rin the live city Saturday. Adam Gettlemaii was transacting business in the live city Tuesday. Mrs. W. .E. Green has recovered from her recent illness. Dell Archer came down from the Minnesota woods on Saturday and returned on Monday taking his BOH Lester with him. Mr.Arch er now has all his children at MB ^home. Mr Mrs. Chas. Kellog and grandma Kellog drove into the live city Tuesday. Mrs. John Barkley is making a -short visit with friends at the live -city. 4?,' Mrs. Boss Is reported Ss some what recovered from a recent se •ve*« illness. Mrs. Burlingame of North Dako ta is visiting with her daughter dbi Otto CASTLEWOOD CONCERNS Worsted Pants A big line of fancy worsted pants of the latest patterns, all sizes $1.50 and $L7S The The big ditching machine which is at work about two miles south ^of Thomas is certainly making ^things splash. They now have about one and one half miles of ditch. Sunday was quite a day for visitors, many coming for miles to see the work. They keep the ma- Ichine at work all the time, night and day. Mr. Hubbard the implement man of Henry made a short stop j,. vdn Hazel Saturday. He is hunting $wt' "up auto customers. IfleiQbborboofc Iftews HAZEL HAPPENINGS Dr. and Mrs. Hart were in the live city Tuesday. Miss Marie Mellette and Miss Edna Markham were visiting at -Chester Green's Saturday and Sun •dav. Keator returned to his tome £j'n Minneapolis Sunday evening af |ter «p«hding a few days in this fhilapft visiting his uncle E. B. K$ft« ""or and looking after his f?—" t- i® Laura in Sunday where she will visit Week at the heme of Mr. and Robigwoi E. M. ,«L Ed Moore arrived here last week from the south wherp he has spent the winter months and will remain for some time visiting his sisters Mrs. E.S. Stevens and Mrs. John Walklin. Miss May Helbing of the live city spent Sunday with Mrs. H.R. Shanks of this place. The services at the Presbyterian church last Sunday morning for Mother's Day were greatly enjoyed by all present. Geo. Springen of Hatyi was transacting business in our town Tuesday. E. St Claire Snyder of the live city was hustling for insurnnce in our town Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. J. K. Gorman spent a few days last week in Hayti at the home of her son E. B. Gorman. Castlewood will celebrate the 17th of May in good style. Ball game Bruce vs Castlewood,dance in the evening and many other amuse ments thruout the day. Mrs. Delia LOwrie went up to Watertown Saturday and remained until Sunday evening visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs. 0. E. Anderson. A number of our citizens accom panied the base ball boys to Brook ings Monday to witness the game between our boys and the college team. The score was 3 to 1 in our favor. Mrs, Lillie Adams arrived here last week from her home in North Dakota and will remain for several weeks visiting her parent? Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shanks and other rel atives and friends. M.D. Burge contemplates erect inga fine new residence on Alice street. Work has already been begun on the moving of their house on lots north and the new residence will occupy their present location. KAMPfcSKA KICT and Mrs. 0.0. Jacobs liv& city visited their son Week, ago TSwflaj. Miss EtJf» Fisher the 1 son Barney mm lsassiBting,^ THE SATURDAY NEWS THE "LIVE WEEKLY" OF THE LIVE CITY WATERTOWN, S^D.^ Wc Always Do as Wc Advertise You Will Always Find Our Prices the Lowest and Our Quality the Highest Men's Hose This is a number that is well worth 25c per pair, double thread lisle black and tan. only 12c Boy's Long Hose If you ever bought the Buck Skin hose for boys you know they are the best 25c hose you can get. 18 Cents Men's Fancy Soft Shirts We are showing by far the largest line of mens, soft shirts in fancy and plain colors in the city, worth up to $1, all sizes 49 Cents Joe Tarbell was in the neighbor hood Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Miss Fisher and Mr. Nichols attended the show Tuesday night in the live city. James Veeder has purchased two hacks. One is for his own use and the other he will sell. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tubs were live city callers one day last week. Mr. and Mrs.Noble spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Croft. C. H. Fisher spent Sunday with his brother C.M. Mr. and Mrs. Veeder and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fisher. Miss Etta Fisher went to the live city Saturday evening return ing Monday. HAPPY-GO-LUCKY. Children's wash suits, blouses or Russian styles 50c upward at the at the Model. STONY POINTERS The lake season is opening up with more appreciation than ever before. With several new attrac tions, every one seems more inter ested and loyal to the finest bodv of water in the state People are just waking up to this fact and in a Very short time will be proud of having boosted for the finest sum mer resort in the northwest. A large addition has been built on the bath house for better ac comtnodations to the public. A large supply of ladies' and gents? bathing suits will be always on hand to supply the wants of the water loving public I The new launch •'Stella Mae Was launched last Sunday and is now anchored near the Point. It is a fine boat, finished in golden oak, with upholstered leather seats and every thing else accordingly. One ride will,satisfy all that it is the finest craft at Kampeska. Frank Bennett of dray line fame Is also here with the rest of the lake enthusiasts. He has a new summer home completed and with his family* will soon be among us for several weeks' stay. Rev. W9rk ha^ the honor of ^^^^^or^^cbing'tb^r^ki^th^'sea* :S.J§ Golden Eagle son. He was as tickled as the boy with his first pair of copper toed boots. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cannon are among the first campers. They will spend the whole season here and will then move into their fine new home which is now being built at the county seat. W. B. whiles away many an hour sitting on the piers tempting the little perch with a nice fresh shiner. Herb Park took his gasoline launch to the live city Monday where he will have the engine over hauled and the boat repainted. Mr. Park's boathouse was demol ished in a recent wind storm. He expects to rebuild as soon as] pos sible. H. E. Dickinson vf Tracy Who is having a two weeks' vacation,spent Monday here visiting and resting up. Harry does enjoy the lake and visits here as often as he finds it convenient. H. F. W.Schaller has a fine new cottage about completed and ex pects to spend the dog days here recuperating from active business feil. Henry is a great angler and the fish will be hunting deeper holes as soon as he puts in his ap pearance. Work has begun on the large new chute the chutes and by the time the water is warm enuf for bathing will be completed. This toboggan slide will be a doouble arrange ment, two slides being the main feature. The highest slide will be 40 feet high and for use of those who are good swimmers. The oth er will be only 28 feet in height and built especially^ for those who are not expert in swimming. Ropes will be stretched in the lake showing the danger line, giving no possible chance to risk any lives. This "Zip! walk-armile," will be considered one of the finest attrac tions of the season. S. H. Geopfert has built an ad dition to his cottage and also an automobile 'garage. He also in tends: to spend the summer months 'here. He has sold his home in town and so will make this place his home until he builds another in town. A George ButfoTz Wflf accommodate those who wish to go to the live city by using his auto. for livery purposes. It will be quite an ac quisition as agreat many persons -have missed their train by noth&v- Men's Shirts ing any way to get to town. SUMMER GIRL. We are showing the largest line of mens' work shirts in this section at prices that can not be duplicated. In fancy colors and black sateen 39c Men's Underwear Made of very fine quality, a garment that will fit and give satisfaction, rein forced drawers—a bargain 25 Cents Men's Sox Black and tan. This is a good 15c hose and was never sold for less money. We only have a limited supply of these hose 2 Pairs for 15 Cents Boys' & E blouses at the Mod el, color fast 45c. HAYTI HITS There are three fine dwelling house being built on 2nd st. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Trumm and Mr.and Mrs.Byron Sour spent Sun day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Sibert. A pretty baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. John son. Mrs. Sarah J.Sour left here Sat urday evening for a visit with re latives in Minnesota. F. A.Wallace and family of Col ton arrived here last Thursday eve ning. Frank Leonard of Estelline drove thru here on Monday. Charley Sibert of Castlewood spent several hours in Hayti Mon' day.- W, R. Stenerwald was in Hayti Tuesday. A. E. Cole is having a cement walk put around his lots on 2nd st. Dr. G. W. Suddard spent Tues day in Watertown. Paul Fods is working for W. W. Degenaar. ErneBt Stemwedel went to the live' city Monday and hasn't re turned yet. MINNEHAHA' An entertainment and basket so cial will be held in the schoolhouse in Dist. No. 7, Foley. S. D., Fri day evening May the 28th. Ladies don't forget your baskets'.: We have the men. CERTIFICATE OF CO-PARTNER 5 SHIP. We, OlW&'H. Cline oflhe City of Watertown, County of Coding ton and State of South Dakota and Dennis C. Noonan of Minneapolis, County of Hennepin and State of Minnesota, do hereby certify and give notice that we are doing bus iness in the City of Watertown, at the Out Let at Lake Kampeska, County of Codington and State of South Dakota,under the firi^/name and style of "Lake Kampeska Sand Company"—our business being the digging and selling of Lake Kam peska Sand and Gravel and the cut ing, storing and selling of Ice tak en from Lake Kampeska, and that we are the only parties interested in said Company and Partnership. Oliver H. Cline Dennis C.Noonan. State of South Dakota, County of Codington, sS: On this 26th day of April, A.D. 1909, before me, Mark W. Sheafe, Jr., a notary public in and for said county and state, personally appeared Oliver H. Cline known to me to be one of the parties who signed and executed the foregoing instrument, and he acknowl edged to me that he executed and signed the same freely for the uses and purposes therein set forth. Mark W. Sheafe, Jr., Notary Public, South Dakota. Sea!. State of Minnesota, County of Hennepin,ss. On this 27th day of April, A.D 1909, before me, F. H. Phelps a notary public in and for said coun ty and state, personally appeared Dennis C.Noonan personally known to me to be one of the persons who signed and executed the foregoing instrument and he acknowledged to me that he executed the sam& freely for the uses nd purposes therein set forth. quire David H. Whooley.city. 45tf Seed Oats, barley and Speltz the Kampeska Mill. 42tf. WORK WORSES FOR SALE A bunch of good work horses for sale. Apply at GRIFFITH'S*'SARN 5* F. G.Phelps, Notary Public, Minnesota. Ski My commission expires Oct. 1,1913. Seal. 45-48 Jt -jSjli En-^® J. V'