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Saturday news. (Watertown, S.D.) 19??-19??, March 10, 1911, Image 6

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Rev. Father Stoltz of Esterly was
In the city on business Monday.
Representative Gunder Stuverud re
turned from the capital Saturday eve
S. B. Grlffing, clerk of courts of
Hamlin Co., was in the city Friday
on business. Q'~
Louis Vorwick of the Stacy Fruit
Co. has returned from a two months
vacation trip.
C. E. Fowler is making improve
ments on his building facing Midway.
A new front will be put in.
Arnold Reichert has taken the posi
tion of manager of the Hamm Brew
ing Co. vacated by H. A. Hildebrandt.
Miss Hannah Johnson who has
been absent from Watertown for
some months is again in the city.
J. W. Snyder of the north side is
circulating a petition asking for his
election as city assessor this spring.
T. B. Brick, of Owatonna, Minn., is
In the city calling on old time friends
and acquaintances. He is represent
inga nursery firm..
J. M. MacLachlan, the Canadian
I/and agent, visited several towns ir.
the western part 'of the state last
Wm. Owsley, the Aberdeen booster
and manufacturer of Owsley's cele
brated candies was in the city sever
al days last week.
Mr. and Mrs.- Geo. Skells have re
turned from a three month's trip to
England. Both say they are glad to
get back to the sunBhine state."
Miss Mable Gold of Big Stone, S.
D., arrived In the city Tuesday and
will spend some time visiting at the
Burcalow home on E. Kemp avenue.
Mr, Iie'wis Crane who has been
in this city several weeks at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B.
Crane, returned to his home in Chel
sea, S. D., on Tuesday morning,
Dan Anderson who has been em
ployed as a barber in the Smoke
House .barber shop left .Monday
Mobri'lge, 8. D., where he expects to
remain permanently.
Lee Gold who for some time has
employed as stenographer by
the J. I. Case Co. in .this city left
on Monday for Big Stone, SJ) where
he will accept a position in the Gold
Bros. bank, -j/:--? .iSti'
®Tlie Oxford MVE. Church has been
"voted to be moved io the villus^ o?
Thomas, S. D., for whicft tie Thomas
people are glad. The move will be
made immediately., Hurrah ^tor
Thomas! (Correspondent)
Owing to numerovct requests the
Booster Band has decided to continue
givingAhelr Saturday night dances
throughout Lent. A dance will be
given each Saturday evening.
The city atorney has been instruct
ed to draw condemnation papers for
the opening-of the street across the
Great Northern tracks on Second
avenue W., to Sixth street S. W.
O. O. Jacobs has ordered a car
fTom the N. W. Ry. for the trans
porting of his goods to California.
Mr. Jacobs will leave for Gilroy, Cal.,
on March 13.
Wilson Durand, formerly of this
city, but now of Minneapolis, visited
friends here last week. Mr. Dur
and's father was formerly manager
of the Western Union Telegraph Co.
in Watertown.
Mr. V. C. Beattie, U. S. Postofflce
Inspector for this district, who has
formerly made his headquarters at
Aberdeen, has rented a house in Wa
tertown and will hereafter make this
city his headquarters.
Miss Rosebud Watkins returned
from Indianapolis, Ind., Wednesday
where she has been for the past two
months taking a course in a linotype
Bchool. She has accepted the position
as operator on the Saturday News
and Northwest Fanner and Breeder.
Miss Tacy Brown has resigned her
position with the International Har
vester Co. of this city, and on March
15 will accept apposition in the Canad
ian Government Land office with J.
M. MacLachlan.
Mrs. Blanch H. Stork, who for over
a year has been the efficient sten
ographer for J. M. MicLachlan In
the Canadian Government Land office
has resigned her position and will
soon return to Minneapolis to re
main permanently.
A real and no mistake beauty
show is "The Burgomaster," the big
musical attraction that appears at
the Metropolitan. It is said that "The
Burgomaster" has more beautiful
.girls than any other musical show on
the road. A splendid cast is prom
ised with Gus Weinburg as Peter
Stuyveaant, the old one-legged gov
ernor of New Amsterdam.
•I -tci^sar.•v
I have houses, and vacant lota for
«ale at all prices and In ajl parts* of
th«r city, cash or instalment. Altso
acreage tracts of land and houses for
rent. Come and see me before you
buy. I can save you money and give
yoW a goVi) bargain.
Harry Tfomson. fleil Estate Ex
change,. South Midway.
Office Phone .Main BIO
Res.: IPhone Green 628 38tf
G. H. .Washburn has resigned his
position with the postofflce depart
ment as ruial wall carrier^ sad ac
cepW a position with the Northwest
'PajOQAW and -Breeder, the new farm
Kaper published by the News Publish
ing Co. of this city. Mk Washburn
•will have chjrge of,the poultry de­
partment of the1 pajjer and the field
work in general.
Wilson and Company are estab
lishing a millinery department in coh
nection with their already popular
Suit Shop. The work room will be
on the second floor of the Alexander
biiilding, the roomB there being now
renovated and fixed up for that pur
pose. The display room, however,
will be located on the first floor, oc
cupying one side of the present store.
Mrs. Gertrude Bollinger, late _of Chi
cago, will have charge of the millin
ery department and will be assisted
in that work by Miss Goodie of
Minneapolis. New goods are begin
ning to arrive and opening announce
ment will be made next week.
Big doings at the Booster Band
dance Saturday evening.
The following from the Castlewobd
Republican last week tolls of a stunt
pulled off by the Athletic association
of that burg: The main event of the
between Geo. Luck of Watertown
and Joe Miller" of Castlewood. This
was one of the greatest wrestling
events ever witnessed in the north
west the contestants were about of
a size and each of them certainly
put up a royal battle. Miller secured
the first fall In 18 minutes and the
second in 21 minutes and 20 seconds.
They are both very clever mat artists
and both men secured well-merited
applause. The evening's entertain
ment was brought to a close by two
rounds of scientific boxing between
Ziske of Watertown and Frank
O'Neill of Castlewood.
On last Thursday evening at the
M. E. Church there were held some
special exercises attending the burn
ing of the mortgage that. has since
the erection,: been upon the church
parsonage. Rev. O. E. Boyce, Dis
trict Supt. was present and in the
course of his remarks congratulated
the church and people on being now
out of debt, stating'that now they
could look forward to more improve
ments with better courage. The sub
ject of building a new and' modern
church was suggested and aroused
much enthusiasm among the- mem
bers. In closing Rev.' Boyce said
by March 1912 he hoped to see a
new church where the present build
ing stands.
,-K^ •"•fat WWm,
Adler-Rochester Clothes Stetson Hats
Stein-Bloch Clothes Sehoble Hats
Brandegee-Kincaid Clothes Roelofs Hats
Sophomore Clothes Fried Bros. Hats
Notice is hereby given that the
School Board of School District No.
21, .WaveHy Township, Codington
County, S. will'receive sealed bids
up until noon, Saturday, -April 1st,
1911, for furnishing material atid
building of school house in sald dis
trict as per plans and specifications
on file, with the clerk of said district
Separate bids must be niade cn fiir
BlsliiM^raAterial and bollding.
worth t|n inilllitW^f
& ps|& I&ipf r—:
to take a,look at the smartest«cloth
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.^TJTE'RE not selfish. We don't ask you to spend an hour with us, nor even a half.
VV hour. Ten minutes will suffice. We want you to see the most charming ar
ray of good clothes that it has been possible for us to collect. The entire market
was raked over to find just what we wanted-to find the best in%alue and the most
clever in style. -,i •*.»
Our high grade clothes pleased us and they will please you. They are exception^
ally smart and many a custom-taiior will be jealous and down-hearted when he sees
them being worn. Don't you think that keen style reinforced by exclusive fabrics
and pleasing prices, are worth giving ten minutes to?f*V,
You'll find now, ready for your inspection, most complete spring sjocks_jn the
following well known makes.
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The board reserves the right to re
ject any apd all .bids.
Dated a| Waveriy, S. .D^ ,thls Jrd
day of M&tch A. D. 1911.
K. Doanei^GWrk.
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tains, Linoleum, Hand Painted China, Quilts, Sheets, Pillow
Cases, Pillows and in fact everything for the home at a saving
of from $5 to $100. Don't put it off until it is too late-come
right now-drop everything. It means a saving to you.
A Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet will do both.
in the kitchen. $"28.00.
Money saved is money earned steps saved is health earned.
her out visiting some day and while she is out place a. Hoosier
When you think ot Furniture think of 1
tCouncll Cigar clippincs for sale at
all dealers.' 87tt
FjpJifl want ads. in the Saturday
NeVs. Briiig. them in, yon are «g wel
come as the birds in May.
Stetson fehoes
Florsheim Shoes
Barry Shoes
Onyx Hosiery
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Furnishings at The Cozy Home.
Hundreds of people have attended our sale and purchased
their needs in furniture,. Stoves, Crockery, Rugs, Lace Cur­
Schwartz & Jaffy Boys Clothed
Best Ever Boys Clothes
Fried Bros. Boy's Hats p*,
Full Line Boy's Furnishings^
QNLY ten days left of the Manufactu
rers Outlet Sale of Furniture and House
ii_il '-'far
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Husband, send
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If you have anythiug to rent or want
to JWt a house cr anything else, Just
print it In the Saturday New* wait
*dB—lt to as tree, as the water.
For Cousha and Cold*.

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