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If 1 4 •t si IS fe* '1% inr. -s yL-'*^ '*t TRUST I CHsZo° YOURS Your® for uni formily Yours for -A I .i I 1) pvver Yourt for never fritting results. Yours for purih Yours for prufiom Your» fc- f" a I 11 f! •.• ..Mfi n. ic ihf •"Vt-mfiit in your b.iV .'• /K. S' how much n» i'onnim over the hifch T-irt-ri tr.iM brands, ik bfti- than iho cheap vl an kinds. I 'met is highest in quality iv-d'jraie in ci•• t. Received Highest Award— World'a Pure Food Exposition. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Lottie Kruckman has been at Aberdeen for a number of days. She expects to remove there permanently in the near future. Tom Benson arrived in town Monday from Wallace, S.D., and will re main In Watertown for the winter. B. F. DeLapp caine in Tuesday morn ing from a two weeks trip thru northern Minnesota. Rollo Williams went to Yankton Tuesday morning for a few days visit with his mother Mrs. Eva Whiting and to rest ana recuperate after the arduous duties of the campaign just closed. A fellow named Thomas O'Leary was fjlj the street Wednesday carrying $ 1 lly* but was too much under the iniluencd water to tell how he had caught it. S. J. Bowe returned Wednesday from a short sojourn at different points in Minnesota He left Thursday for Zell, this state. fhe Booster Band will give a dance at their hall in the Century Block on Saturday ev«ftln4 of this week. Every body l» Ihvited. -k. t£ -g&tksiKj Mrs. Lou Towslee is visiting rela tives and friends at Silver Creek, Neb. Ed. Wheelock, the sage of Kani peska.will depart this week for Oregon, where he will spend the winter with his son and daughter who reside there. Harry Chapman is home from Wis consin where he has been hunting deer in the big woods for a couple of weeks. Ho bagged a couple of fine bucks. The Salvation Army. Sunday meetings 11 a.m. and 8 p. m. Sunday School 3 p.m. week night meetings 8 p. m. No meetings on Fri day. All meetings in G. A. R. hall. All are welcome. Capt. J. Dee. For Rent—Five room cottage in good repair furnished or not furnished. $25 per month furnished and $16 per month unfurnished. Inquire 224 2nd ave.N.E. Phone blue 548. 22 B. S. Burcalow and family of Alba ny, Wis., arrived in the city Wednes day morning and will spend a couple of weeks visiting. Mr. Burcalow is a brother of W.D. Burcalow and of Mrs. F. L. Smith of this city. All young people of the Baptist church and congregation are invlted to as "Introduction social" at the- home of Mr. and Mre.L. J.Ross Friday even ing, Nov. 18, to meet their hew pastor. Rev. F.R. Leach. and family who ar rived in the city this week. E. R. Richards who had been visit ing in the city for some time, left Thursday of last week for Ketllspei, Mont. Vv- Hannah B. Johnson1went to Minnea polis the latter pert of last week at reside Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Thiol are visiting relatives at Pipestone, Minn. A young child of Esten Alexander was quite ill the latter part of last week but is much better at present, Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Dee, the new Salvation Army officers, have arrived and are now living at 423 4th St. S.E. H. E. Edmunds of Yankton, S. D., was in town the last of last week. Mr. Edmunds was formerly connocted with Ferris Bros, Electric Light Co. in this city, i!. :'rf, O.. W. Buckendorf formerly of this city but recently of Minneapolis, was in town the last of last week. We understand Mr. Buckendorf will return to Watertown permanently, Miss Mattie Halvorson who has been in this city for a number of years, left Tuesday for her home at Oromnen, Norway.. She will in ojll probabilty. not return to Watertown. Mail- carrier Walter: &ni sold his motor cycle. a ssss mil. .1. -Watertown's New Clothing Store- HENTGES CLOTHING CO. Grana Opera House Block. If you are thinking of buying a new suit or overcoat for Thanksgiving week don't do it until you have seen what we have to offer you. Our brand new stock com prises as nice a line of mens, boys suits, overcoats as was ever shown in Watertown and it will be to your interest to come here and see for yourself the class of mer chandise and up-to-date styles and colorings we are showing. Our new convertible overcoat is the coat of thehour practical, stylish really two coats in one. The above cut shows how it can be worn ask to see it in all the different shades and qualities, $15, $16.50, $18, $20, $25. We hope that anyone who has not visited oar new store, Grand Opera House Block, will call and inspect our various lines of men's, boy's and children's clothing and furnishings. Holiday shopping will soon begin and we have made special preparations so that it will be easy to find here just what you want. Favor Us With A Call. Hentges Clothing Co. •Watertown'^ New Clothing Store Dickenson who has been,' in charge of the local establishment of the Cadillac Auto Co., left the Utter part of last week. His place has been taken by C. K. Odekirk. Lloyd Ihlan came In from Sioux City Tuesday. Mr. Ihlan was a fdjtnar clerk In several of the grocery stores of the city. 1. E, A. Berry, the original owner of the townsite of South Shore, wai in town last week. Amandua Anderson, railway postal clerk on the Ellsworth and Watertown, was ill and forced to lay off the Jatfer part of last week. Geo. Lovejoy took out his run. Mrs. Jas. Wright of Odessa, Wash., was visiting at the home of J. Augus tus Snyder last week. Mrs. Wright left Saturday night for Huron and after a few days at Jhat place ^ttl visit rt latives at Indianola, la. Y. Invitations are out for the wedding of Joseph Morrow, formerly of this city and Miss Mary Andrews of Deliver, Col./"at the home of the brides parents in Denver on Nov. 24th. Jack Schoenberger, son of County Game Warden Pete Schoenberger, the man who is always on a still hunt, is in the city visiting relatives and friends. Jack has been out west of the Missouri for the past couple of years holding down one of your Uncle Sam's claims-and has roughed it and toughed it until he is as brown as a berry and as tough as a pine knot. He likes the country and is^Qing back again ip, a few days. L-HOW would you like to go to Florida on that excursion on Dec. Sthf $80 will pay your fare both ways and feed and sleep you in elegant dining cars and superb Pullman sleepers^ Yon will be gone from home twelve days and will have an opportunity to walk around in your shirt sleeves in, Decem ber and pick Florida oranges fiom the trees. If you have never been south this will be an opportunity of a life time to make the trip «nd make it cheap. You can see Mr. AX. Petersen, the traveling agent for:' the Tampa Bay Land*" KXi. at tlief Saturday News office until Saturday afternoon. The automobile is a fine bird, but it sucks blood. It has a song that lures many men to destruction and women to vain pride that corrodes their happiness. Look not upon the buzz car when it is red- and giveth jtinkum to the evening breezes for it chaweth scads and ducats like a hay bale also mazuma nd sestercer and rocks dough it lapp«th up like a house afire. When the devil wagon champeth and snoreth, flee, to the mountains of Hepsidam and get in a hole or the old boy will get you to the poor house. Man goeth forth in the morning chugging and sneaking with pride and saith, behold I am a six cylinder taute, even a lali paloolu am I in my pride. When lo, the sheriff cometh to the front door of the shop'and swipeth up his subtance in a night and a Misssouri mule haul eth all the available assets to the auc tion. The auto Is sv mocker and the touring car is raging and who is so de ceived .thereby should soak his noodle in lye. Vessels of wrath fitted into destruction are the devicarts that eat man's time and sap his securities and in the -end turn, jover in ditch and W. !r make his faintly into namta*- wk^'them08™ with them, even pants is he" in the market plaoewho twists the brass wheel and wlnketh the nth* eye at faith. Chas. Barrette has removed his con fectionery and cigar store from north Maple street to the Harper block on East Kemp avenue. Mr. Barrette now has one of the finest places of its kind in the city. ,. Escallops, the newest thing in the snell fish line. Try them at Whistler's. The muskrats in this country, have in a good many instances, given up' their usual slough haunts, and taken to the streams. How can the old in habitant forecast the brand of winter by the unusual actions of the musrkatT Mr. and Mrs Will Honeywil) and little daughter arrived in the city last week from their claim west of the Mis souri where they have been residing for the past two years. Their many friendc in Watertown wil welcome their return. Mr. Honeywill says the claim is worth from $3500 to $4000. This is not bad for fourteen month's solitude in a claim shanty. Try Escallops, they are new, deli cate, and delicious. A shell fish to be had at the popular market. Whistler. W.A. Schmidt, one of the successful German farmers residing southeast of the city was in town Tuesday and while in the city made the Saturday News a pleasant call. Mr. Schmidt is one of our valued subscribers and never .fails at just the right time to call in and renew his subscription to the Saturday News. If every one who takes newspapers were like Mr.Schmidt it would be a real pleasure to conduct a newspaper. J. R. Veeder has abandoned the Home Bakery on South Oak street. The business has not flourished since Mrs Johnson gave it up. The Booklovers Club met Monday afternoon with Mrs. C. W. Ritchie. Light refreshment were served in honor of Mrs. I. A. Asbury who, with her husband, is soon to leave to spend the winter on the Pacific coast. Oysters—I have the best oysters that come to the city. Northern grown, deep sea, from cold water, large,fat and delicious. C. C. Whistler. E. F. Gamble and family have moved to the city from Henry, S. D., and are living at 625 6th ave. n. w. E.G. Barr has moved to town from a farm near the city and is living at 919 1st avenue s. e. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sears left the latter part of last week for St. Paul, Minn., where they will reside in The writer was a visitor at Thornt Babcock's farm about eight miles northwest of Watertown last Friday. We found Mr. Babcock slightly dis figured but still in the ring. One of his valuable brood mares a day or two before in a playful manner had kicked up and landed Thornt on the leg and he is still remembering the in cident. It is the first time that the Saturday News man has ever been at Mr. Babcock's farm and we were agreeably surprised at the fine blood ed horses and cattle that he has on his place. We saw a couple of year lng Percheron colts that are now larger than a full grown ordinary horse. Mr. Babcock has some of the finest horses and cattle In the state, or for that matter any place in the northwest. Tho writer was a. visitor at the Minne sota State fair last fall and we did not see anything on exhibition that would beat Mr. Babcock's stock. Mr, Babcock also has the thorobred Barred Plymouth chickens and it would do anyone good to look at that flock of chickens. He also raises blooded tur keys and we saw young Tome turkeys out there that would make Bill Taft smile for a month, and Teddy show his teeth. Mr. Babcock invited us to Stay to dinner and as we did not want to have our clothes torn we consented to stay and we want to say right here that Mrs. Babcock is certainly a wonder in the culinary art. The cool, bracing air had given us an appetite strong enuf to eat the nuts- off a plow and the way we stowed away that good dinner would make John D. Rockefeller turn green with envy. We had a very pleasant visit and retiirned to town determined to sell the printing office to the first man who came along and move" onto a farm where people really enjoy .life. Fanners Sell your Poultry to North. American stor Go,, and get the gbest market price. si hiSn^ne "todallies^ \'£i 'Ml! '•'4i thtr future. Mr. and Mrs. Sears are o!d and highly respected residents of Wa tertown and the city has lost in their going. I do not handle seal ship or any other cheap oysters. I get them direct, shipped in air tight cans that are used but once and strictly sanitary. I defy comparison with other oysters. C.C. Whist'er.