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Church Services
Sundays observe think when the bells
do chime
'Tia angel's music. —Herbert.
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BAPTIST
Rev. R. L. Palmerton, pastor,
jSRev. R. L. Palmerton will be in his
pulpit next Sunday and preach in the
morning on "The More Abundant Life"
at night the theme "How They Passed
Thru the Red Sea." Sunday school will
meet at 12:15, the Juniors at 3.-00, and
the B. Y. P. U. at 7. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 7:30.
METHODIST F.1'19001 AL
Rev. J. P. Jenkins, Pastor.
Next Sunday will be Young People's
Day.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m.. by the
pastor. Subject: Morning theme:
"Good Soldiers of Jesus Christ."
Class meeting at 10:15 a. in. Sunday
school at 12:15 promptly. Junior Lepgue
meets at 3:30 p. m. with Miss Pindley
in charge.' No 7:30 p. m. service on ac
count of the Epworth League annivers
ary service at 8 o'clock. This will be a
platform meeting with addresses by
C. W. Skinner, R. G. Warren and W, J.
Sherman. The. new officers will also
be [installed. Special music. All are
cordially invited.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening.
You are cordially invited.
FIRST OHOKCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST
Service is held Sunday at 11.. a. m.
Subject:
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Wednesday
evening meeting at 8:00 o'clock. Reading
room open Wednesdays and Saturdays
from 2 to" 4 p. m. All interested are cor
dially invited to attend these meetings,
W.J. Dean, Clerk.. J:
CONGREGATIONAL
Rev. A.B.Keelor, pastor.
Preaching at Congregational church
morning and evening. Morning service,
10:45 Sunday school, 12:00 Endeavor,
7:00 Prayer Meeting, Thursday even
ing at 8:00 o'clock. Junior Endeavor at
3 o'clock p. m.
Evening service at 8:00 o'clock.
Bible Study class Tuesday 7:30 p. m.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
Alexander block, over Model Clo
thing house, S. Maple street. Sunday
uoming at 11 a. m. Subject:
Sunday school at 9:45. Wednesday
evening testimony meeting at 8. Read
ing room open Wednesdays and Satur
days from two to four p. m. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all to at
tend these meetings.. Thomas A. Ains
worth, clerk,
GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
Rev. R. Polzin, pastor. Services in
Watertown on next Sunday at 2:00
p. m. Sunday school immediately
afterwards. Rauviile at 10:30 a. p.
/. V- PRESBYTERIAN -4
Rev. A, M. Work, pastor.
Services at usual hours next Sabbath
beginning! at 10:45 a. m.. Sabbath
school at 12 m., Junior Endeavor at
3:30 p. m., B. Y. S. C. E. at 7:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting at 8:00 Thursday
evening. Every body cordially invited.
Morning theme: "The Patriotic
Christian."
Evening theme: "Applied Chris
tianity."
CATHOLIC
Immaculate Conception Church. Fr.
W. S. O'Meara pastor. Sunday: First
MSBS at 9 a. m., High mass at 10:30 a.
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
The Epworth League of the
M. E. church will hold its
weekly devotional meeting in
the League hall at 7:00 Sunday evening,
The Christiai 'SdlivSr'of
the Congregational church
will hold its weekly devotion
al meeting Sunday evening at
7:00 in the lecture hall. Union
meeting with Presbpterian Y. P. S. C.'E.
sizes
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'1- W,' SALVATION ABUT
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Meetings every night at 8 o'clock, ex
cept Monday. Sunday services: Sun
day school, 2:30 p. m. Holiness, ll.av.in
Battle for Souls 8 p. m. !fe *5|f
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The B. Y. P. U. will meet at the usual
»hcur, 7 p. m. Sunday evening*
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Horses and Cattle to Pisture—
A good pasture, running water
'»aand salt furnished. Cattle $2.00
And horses $3.50 per season. Cattle
and horses taken from city topas
ture free. Pasture 4 miles east of
Watertown on Willow Creek. See
f%(Geo. Ostrander at the Feed Mill
45tf.
TELL THEM YOU 8AW THE AD
IN THE "NEWS."
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NOTICE—I have now plenty of
milk and can supply my customers
with all they need. P. J. DeBoer.
49
A good hearty laugh is better
than all your spring tonics.' The
Idle Hour always has a big supply
on hand.
No matter.how it blows or how
it rains the weather as well as ev
erything else is always good at the
Idle Hour.
Prof. R. G. Warren and Dr. H.
M.Freeburg have been elected del
egates to the International Ep
worth League convention at Seat
tle, to be held in July.
At the Home of the bride's moth
er, Mrs. D. Pearson, Miss Dora
Pearson was married Supday after
noon last to William Otis,Rev. J.
Jenkins peforming the ceremony.
Miss Ingerborg Dagerstad- and
Andrew Fliserand were married at
the Norwegian Lutheran parsonage
last Tuesday morning. Mr. Flis
erand is a farmer living near Flor
ence and the happy couple will
make their future home near that
place.
Mr. Morris' class in the Congre
gational Sunday School held an in
formar reception for him, in the
parlors of the church Wednesday
evening at which nearly all the
members of the class were present.
The reception was in the nature
of a farewell, as Mr. Morris will
not return to his school duties here
next year. Rev. A.B. Keeler on
behalf of the class, presented Mr.
Morris with a beautiful bible as a
token of the appreciation of the
class for the good work Mr.Morris
hap done.* "Various games were in
dulged in, and substantial refresh
ments were enjoyed.
WANTS
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WAJtTEB. PIM
THE SATURDAY NEWS THE "LIVE WEEKLY"
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:MENS EXTRA PANTS
A E a a
.'mills, all sizes up to 50 inch waist, guaranteed to give satisfac
tion or your money "back,
"isp'a*
Wanted—All who need good up
to date printing to try the Barker
brand at the News office. Wtf.
W anted—Competent
general housfework. Good
Mrs. Ha&kat.
$2.00 to $3.00 VT
MENS SHIRTS^ "r^ n* m-
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Made by the best shirt makers in thfe" ccfuntry, rfe-^nfofcSd
in all the weak spots, full faced sleeves, extra. Jarge and, roomy
fast black sateen and fancy colors
39 cents
MENS BAKBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR
LOCAL NEWS
Dr. Clarence McDowell took in
the music festival at Aberdeen.
Seed Oats, barley and Spelt a
the Kampeska Mill. 42tf.
Mrs. S.A. Shupe returned from
her visit to Minneapolis Wednes
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Enright of
St. Paul are in the city,and expett
to make an extended visit here.
for
girl
wages.
WantedATruBtworthy man or
woman inflich county to advertise,
receive oflrers and manage business
for New York Mail order House.
$18.00 weekly position permanent
no ravestment required. Previous
experience n?t essential to engag
ing. Spare time valuable. Eki
close self addressed envelope for
full particulars. Address Clarke
Co., Wholesale Dept, 103 Park
jAvefc^ New
:S£orkv •'47-57.
For Rent—A new five room cot
tage close in. Inquire of Mrs. F.
H. Hildebrandt, 706 s. Maple st.
Phone red 512. 48-49
For Rent—A six room cottage
two blocks east of Central school.
J. H. Davis. Phone green 518.
48tf
For Rent—The dining room and
kitchen of the Northwestern Hotel
Inquire of Mrs. Church at the ho
tel. (49-50):
LOST AND POUND
Strayed or Stolen Pointer
White and brown bird dog, brown
spot on right side and hip, white
strip from nose over head with
small brown spot in forehead.
Reward for return to J. E. Ogg.
48-50
For Sale-r-Three horse power
Lambert second hand gasoline en
gine. A good thing for a farmer
to grind feed. etc. Enquire Cen
tral Market,O.N.Whistler. 49-51
For Sale—A nearly new McCor-'
mick mower, siding cultiyator.and
two harrows. Very cheap, as I
have no use for them. Call at 703,
e. Warner ave. 47 50. W?-
For Sale—Two single harnesses.
1 surrey. 1 single top buggy.
driving mare and year old colt.
Enqujre Li LaDou. Phone green
236. 37tf.
Fur Sale—A number- of choice
residence lots in Wiley's addition,
north side. These are very desir
ble residence lots and you will, be
surprised at the small amouht
lor bargains
Kool Bros.
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French Balbriggan, re-enforced double seated drawers, all
5
25 cents
Wanted—A man's second hand
saddle. Must be in good condition
and cheap. Inquire at this office.
42 tf.
Wanted—Lawn mowing or any
kind of odd jobs. J. D. Carlin,'
residence 59 third st. n. w. Phone
Red 552. 44tf.
FOR RENT
Rooms for Rent—Large parlor
bedroom furnished or unfurnished.
Also large furnished bedroom with
or without board. Two blocks
from Central school. Phone blue
348. 44tf. 1
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UVECtjYii-WATERTOWN «. ft.
tore That 6aves ou
Quality the Highest, Prices the Lowest
ferrates
For Sale—7 room cottage close
in, splendid location, full sized
lot, large trees,$2500 takeB it. In
quire at the Saturday News office.
48tf.
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FOR SALE.
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Here a is Snap—A good 9 rooin
house, full sized lot, five blocks
from the postoffice in the east part
of the city in a choice neighbor
hood, between Kemp ave east arid
first avenue south. Fine lawn,
trees, well, splendid barn., city
water and sewer in the street. This
is positively the best bargain fn
Watertown today. It will pay
you to look it up. Price $2400.
$1000 cash will handle this proper
ty, balance all the time you want.
Inquire of E.M. Barker at the
Saturday News office. 49tf
For Sale—A complete line of
restaurant fixtures, for sale or
trade. Four fSt. Bernard pups six
Weeks old, sable with white mark
ings.*J. C. Shule, Clark, S.D. 49tf
6t
inohey we ask for theni. We have
«lso Bome choice lots on east Da
kota avenue. If you are looking
in lots see VB.
MC-
MENS FANCY HOSE 1
A big lot of Men's Pine Hosey f*nnc
%?1ZeSr,l mi% cents
J**®SSS
OYS
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These are only a few of the many bargains we are pay you to give us a call.
For Sale—Northeast quarter sec
tion 18-117-51 in Codington county?
Apply to Hanten & Hanten or Anna
E. Lindner, adm., R. F. D. 6, Wa
tertown, S.D. 42tf.
For Sale—5 room house in finest
part of north, side, house almost
new, lot 39£xl20 south front Very
desirable home for small family.
Price $1500. Inquire at Saturday
News office.",.,! tfp* 48tf.
MENS UNION SUIT#
A big line of Men's Union Suits ranging itf prife from
made of fine French Balbriggan, all sizes aid colorings
MENS SOFT SHIRTS
WAISTS'
Celebrated ^Vintag^
Wdrth
Containing
6 Tea Spoons
or 3 Table Spoons
or 3 Dessert
90c, $1.00, $1,25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.5
Our assortment of Men's Soft Shirtl'
are showing some dollar values at
60oents
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A big line of Boys'' Waist^'fanc^''fatter
bargain at
•M 25 cents
For -Sale—4 room house and one
acre of land inside city limits, can
be bought for $1600. Inquire At
Saturday News Office. 48tf.,
For Sale—21 residence lots from
$200 up. Also acreage. Enquire
L. LaDoui Phone green 286. 87tf
For Sale—A five room cottage
situated a few doors east of Mc
Kool Bros, store on west Dakota
avenue.. This is a new house, and
in splendid repair lot 50x165
feet. Cement walk, fine shade
trees, cemented cellar,good water,
etc. This property is cheap at
$1,800, but if taken at once will
sell it for $l,600.McKool Bros. 46tf
EAGL
Silver Plkted Tea, Dessert and Table
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Guaranteed to Wear to Years
Only one set of 6 eaeli sold to a customer. Can't^be
purchased before Saturday* Sold on Saturday only.
See the window.
For .Sjale—A new five aro'om
house,'Well finished, in the north
east part of the city, good largeH^
lot, shade, trees. Will sell this*
property for $1800 half .cash and
balance suit purchaser. K.O,
Egge, No'. 5, Bell street,'east of
Stokes' mill.Phone Red 646.(4^-52)
For Sale—A good 8 room housed
and splendid lot, good bar^and'
fine well, 6 blocks from business^
part of city, lot 50x165 feet, hduse |.
facing,the east. Will sell this-pro
perty and furniture in the house ,f
for $1500. Going to leave the%»
state, lke^ Wilson, 627 s. Cotton
wood street, (48-51)
Containing
6 Tea Spo6ris
or 3 Table Spoons
3 Dessert
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