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John cud A 1 I 'M- live city on WVdnesi] iy. Mrs. .Ia McLamin sj- nt Ti)' si]:i at Waterlovvn Miss Olive Si.-pn is visiting i-rnnn-l Orovi?r ihis wcrk Hoy Lrlx-rl ni'.'. iiiK '.ntu Cm troll houm w?i: •!J i. had r*• n^T. (,'» u. I jJl t: I (•!i -1'1:' 4''I of I I'M 1 W In }in voiir I. o'V II was in muii V.'- !nc.d:iy. Walter Km ki* as in a on W»'lnosi iy. r. tlr.w vi •own March t. to \|.r:t I. Nv il! I:uro "k« isH Anna of W a iB Ji'-»• In• A :n!t holl 1 1 f- AVi.-k- W a S rivet] licrc IK'S s. 1 I |.- I I I J- riv 1 \Y»hi '1 y. I i.. a 1 1 nr«! ih-to. 1 l-.o 'Ac the ri-.. miuii r- Rn-h was W Icrt a Tu.'-m.IM Mr C-dc •T On \V Mil And i/ I 1 ji mi 1»-)kk t•! •rk ill' I'c k. Mr I M'- flu \K Th" o! In 'i invadr-d II IK Kill. Miis person health and Mother K:i v\ n'! 11 f! fhf I'lircii'i finic ••i:o v. 1if\ V.-f III ^. nlik«- must ('athoriiw !i at p. March I'O 11 month Man It I. v. n. re-: ion hns .• ami '"h-ninn*1 It i1 •nj. Ml th" ,U-h Mart ir«!i in., w: 1M0. 1" .lays. li'"1 was IMMII On \Vr.,]:v kc:i iti.l 'A'lth boa rt tiisoanr time of hor lonii^^ su»ftn-«l uri:^ apony. IntcrnM-n' ilo-* j»1a tlio home at one o'clock ihi.*. Th day, at'ternoon sorvic.» ?. i,c durtod at Kelh rton hy Ur iv,.. muellcr. W'c fxt'.-in! th»* found Bvmpnthy to \ho h(M^iVc] ily in iho dark hour of sormv.* FI O I I I WYiv I 1.1" J. \Y. llebej- of Vieniiii was in town Thursday. Frcii Harris anil teriown Wednesday Mrs. John McLiurin was a live city passenger Tuesday. Lewis Wendling went to the live city Tuesday on business. Fred Hilts went to Gary, S. D., Tuesday to look after some work he has under way there. Itobt. Taylor has accepted work with G. W. Wendell the coming sea son. FLORENCE. There was a second meeting of the grange Thursday evening at which Mr. Malone of the state grange was again present. There was some In- •vi terestlng discussions and the lady of ficers were elected. They were Mrs. R. E. Springer and Mrs. E. Putnain- The Dage family has been quite Blck with the German measles,which disease in a mild form has been quite prevalent here this winter. The home talent club Co. C. are prepared to give an entertainment at the hall next Monday evening, t, which is to consist of a play entitled "Vacation," besides a variety of songs with music. Everybody is going. Mrs, Duncan and Mrs. Nuber wlli entertain the Baptist L. A. at the church next Thiiraday^iiEverybody Invited. Miss Lena Gole entertain^ the ,-Merry Muggs last Thursday. There was a party at Mrs. Minnie Board's Friday ioAonor of Miss El mint's birthday. ROT, Mr„ Button "was in town Frl tay. p»?t3f i,oi land seekers was la Suits The Miir ih'siuin-rs 111 is si-asi in in nst full «•. t*lit, nt-vi-r !i is 111 ri licrii Mi-'li liip's, nr ai!i! himi'c [H-rtV.-t (ill iuu' iranm-nt s. i. .• PJ ."n to £(('. Dresses '-liar lllll-t perl lou'ai' lie .'lie ailiii' ill' st'' a a 'f 1 'ri in \V John Hid A1 Pe were 1 0 city Wednesday. Jack Sehoenbereer was to the live city Wednesday. Tuesday evening Mrs. Shea enter tained a few of li&r lady friends at Somerset, a dainty lunch was served and all present reported a good time. Adolph Stoltz returned home from Missouri Thursday where he has been visiting for the past two weeks. The entertainment held on Monday evening in the Woodman hall by the Hazel school was well attended by the community. The proceeds taken In were $34.40. Mrs. B. Easthouse was a live city caller Tuesday. Mrs. B. E. Kisch was a live city passenger Tuesday. III' Jll'n S k crt'|ic iri'i'H •lli' 1 hos !.nt A! i'i In I. Skirts i' si'paaa! 1 1 I 1 -l i.- -'o|111 I l.i'i 'A "HlOll's rt-mTiUt'ss I 1 S 1 it• i• fov tr.-c-ht. r« (HU In-!!) a 11! \ViM«, ''1 •I'ssity waiil 1' th.- I i. ir.t •^4 -"(i Mr. Sherman Hayden went to Red field Friday. Wild dueks and geese have been live I f,,eu in this locality RICHLAND Mr. and Mrs. Hal Lemon and fam ily silent Wednesday of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hildebrandt. Mrs. Bert Wishird received tlie sad news Thursday of the death of her father at his heme in Colorado. Mrs. Wishard was unable to attend the last ul rites on account of sickness in her own home. R. E. Bright took a load of hay to tlie live city for Don Allen one day last week. Bills are out announcing the sale of Archie Cooley to be held the 13th of this month. Mr. Jack McMahon has moved to his farm that he recently purchased at Seneca, S. D. The surprise party at Guy Heath cote's last Friday night was well at tended. Mr. John Mchon and tlie Misses Anna, Dora and Margaret O'Brien at tended church at Watertown Sunday. Misses Rosa and Nevada Schwem spent Sunday at Mr. Wishard's. Mr. Tom Hopkins and Mr. H. A. Temple, Jr., called on Mr. Wishard Monday looking for seed wheat. C. G. Schwem was a live city caller Saturday. Bert Wishard's children that have been having the mumps are able to attend school again. Mrs. H. A. Temple has been oaring for Mrs. Bert Muller the past week. Mrs. Packer and sister, Miss Mar garet Dobbs, spent Saturday and Sun- day in Watertown, returning home Monday. Mrs. John Schultz afid daughter Elsie were Watertown callers Satur day. 0. G. Schwem Bpent Sunday even ing with Fred Heathcote|s Mr. E. Franklin weoi' to Water town Sunday to see his sick father. FOLEY. Mr. Hansen of Nebraska visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. H.LewiB Tuesday and Wednesday and looked after his land-interests here. "r. The board of directors of the Ele vator Co. held a meeting at the Ele vator Monday afternoon. SECOND FLOOR HOUSE DRESSES lie realizes the advan and money saved by :t:e ready made when they i'uugh here. Prices 1.25 to 3.50 All those who wish to place an or der for binder twine with the Farm ers Elevator Co. should their,',piously imposed upon him. It is about that time you know, and we have no*, been idle, in preparing demands we have endeavored to make complete in every detail. Your and onlv await yonr inspection which is cordially invited. In some respects be unusual inasmuch as the varietv, styles and colors are most varied. Let us apparel If experience and a good line are any object to you, drop in and -.CONC "-LOOR KIMONAS The name itself is suggestive of ease and comfort Have you seen these new crepe and challes made in all different beautiful models? Prices 1.50 to 18.00 order at the elevator on or before March 15th. John Russell was out from Water town Monday. H. Schuelke assisted Mr. Amacher with iiis butchering .Monday. Frank Schuelke arrived home last I a a been visiting his sister. Carl Vetter was at Foley Monday. E. E. Evens transacted business in Foley Monday. The township election was held on Tuesday. Some voters were too busy to attend. G. A. Langendorfer made a busi ness trip to the live city Tuesday. Blake Sweet who has been sick for some time is reported much better. CASE IS DISMISSED. As the evidence did not warrant a trial of the action of the case of the State of South Dakota against Upton, Thompswi, et al., it was discussed in municipal court. Mike Andree had caused warrants to be issued against the defendants to secure the occu pancy of his house at Lake Kampes ka. FORCED TO LEAVE HOME Every year a large number of poor sufferers, whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs, are urged to po to another climate. But -this is cost ly and not always sure. There is a better way. Let Dr. King's New Dis covery cure you at home. "It cured me of lung trouble," writes W. R. Nelson of Calamine, Ark., "when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight. Its surely the king" of all cough and lung cures." Thousands owe their lives and health to It. It's positively guaranteed for Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma, Croup—all Throat and Lung troubles,: 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at all drug gists. 38-41 '~yi \MO IKIP THIS TSME Officer Opheim picked up Louis Gouch Saturday .evening. It" appears tbat Louie was. pullei Income two month's ago for drunkeness and upon being lined and aBowed- his liberty to obtain the amount of said fine, failed to reappear in court as agreed. He did not get oS so easy this-time, tor he was qrolckly remanded to'- the coop- to sarvo 4 out the sentence pr»- 'iK What are You Going to Wear This Spring?, SUITS arffirD©frou DRESSES One-Button Sack for Corpulent Men, No. 7223 0* I 216 W. Kemp Ave', NbT A WORD OF SCANDAL marred the call of a neighbor on Mrs. W. P.-Spaugh, of Manville,Wyo., who said: "she told me Dr. King's New Life Pills had cured her of ob stinate kidney trouble and made her feel like, a new woman." Easy, but sure remedy for stomach, liver and Kidney troubles, druggists. CHILDREN'S DRESSES Let us figure with you on those new spring school dresses If your time is worth anything you are going to buy them ready made. Prices $.29 to 10JQ0 Only 26c. at «U 38-41 »& our departments for the season's wants have been carefully considered the garment business is going to help you decide this question of talkit over. Our ambition is to please. SECOND FLOOR SECOND FLOOR Easterday April 16th If you let us have the order for your Spring clothes now, to be tailored to measure by Ed. V. Price & Co. of Chicago, we'll guar antee that you'll be the best dressed man in the season's great style event April sixteenth. atertown Dye and Cleaning Works DUCKS HERE AGAIN The hunter's paradlBe has again ap peared in this section and the sur face of .Lake Pelican is dotted with ducks. It is said by those who have been over to the place that there was no time last, fall when there appeared more of the sportsmen's friends out at this hunting resbrt than at present. Hunters are already, .taking adva&i Coats Those long graceful lines in many of the coats adds greatly in producing that sylphlike figure. Fancy mixtures tans, blues, white and black are most worn. Prices $7.50 to $40. Waists Every thing that is desirable in Linens, Lawns and Silks and Marquisettes. When thoughts of spring are predominant, a new waist is the sequence. Prices $] to $12.50. Children's Wear Under this heading is included our lines of misses', children's and infants' coats and suits. When you see these lines you will recognize their merits. Prices $1.50 to $16. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Those dainty flimsy patterns are most attractive this season—lace, in sertion, embroidery put to their best uses and purposes. Prices 20c to 8.00 Three-Button Novelty Dip Front, No. 717 JAS. T. WELLS, Prop tage of the sport put up by the fea thered tribe. Rev. F. R. Leach will speak Sun day at the Baptist church as follows: Morning, "Shall we try to save the world?" Evening, "The Prodigal's Father." Strangers invited. The bankers of district No, 8 will meet in this city March 16 in answer to a call which has been issued.