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Ifleigbborboofc IKlove Mr. 111(1 Mrs. W. H. Little were in A. F. Ault is buililing a new modern barn on his farm nurih of here. All watch for a Kood old dance in tJie near future. Walter Barkley spent Thursday iii Bryant on business. Rev. Melzion leit for Clrar j^ake Monday to take up his new charge assigned to him at that place. Guy Little returned home from Brookings Sunday evening. A number of the young folks had a shower on Miss Ksther Johnston at the Parker home last Wednesday eve ning. All present reported a ple-isan: time. Hallle Adams was a Live City vis itor Friday. BJorkman spent a low days at the Live City this week visiting friends. John l'eck, 10(1 Blocher and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McLnurln spent Friday at the live city between trims. Mr. ami Mrs. A. J. Ituskrud autoed to Watertown Monday on business. j, Mr. and .Mrs. .) G. Little, i:d llloch or. -Nina ,\ul Earl Forchi. ila/.eli a A S W Wjddell, Ida Cottrell, Alva Hill/, and Myrtle Forcht spent Sunday Lak Kainfjesltn. They all report good time. I i11 Barrett spent Sunday in the live elty *|ih his folks. Children's Dny wlil be observed at |he M. E. church Sumlay /11 11:00 t'clocl. Everyone Is invited. Fred Illtts, ail old timer, returned from Millneapolls Thursday evening. where he has been eng iged as a plumber. John Peck autoed to Watertown Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Adams and son Hallle, autoed to Enemy Swim Tuesday to spend a few days with relatives there. Our boys crosses! bats with tho Grover boys Tuesday on the home dia mond. The Grover aggregation carry off the honors, with the score 12 to 4. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Melham left Saturday morning for Wlllniore, S. D,. for a few days, after which (hey will go to the twin cities, for a short time. W. H. Little left Tuesday night for Huron, to attend an undertakers con vention, held there this week. Brad Barclay of Carpenter, S. D., is visiting with his friends and rela tives hero this week. C. King was in town Monday on business. Mr. King is working for the American Book Co. Election Returns The following are the returns from the primary election held Tuesday In tlje Woodman hall, as far as the republican party candidates for state county and national offices are con- rUnited rned: States Senator, R. O. Rich ards 8, Thomas Sterling 82, Robert J. Gamble 10, Melvin Grigsby 2. Mem ber of Congress, 2nd District, Wilbur •8. Glass 46, Charles Burke 23, Ira O. Curtlss 28. Judge of supreme court, district, Dighton Corson 31, Samuel fist lolley. 47 2nd district, John Gates 1, Dick Haney 30 .3rd district Chas. Waiting, no opposition. National tcommitteeman, J. F. Hialladay 32j, 'Thomas Thorson 49. Governor, Geo. iW. Bgan 39, Frank M. Byrne 58, L6o'm- S. Cull 3. Lieutenant governor, E. fh. Abel 65, A..L. Van Osdel 29. Sec sretary of state, Asher Pay 32, E. A. gPlatta 18, Frank Glasner 17, Fred |Hepperlee 19.: Attorney general, Roy la) C. Johnson 71. Auditor, Henry An derson 85. Treasurer, A. W. Ewert 64, G. H. Plnlcney 27. Commissioner of school and public lands, F. ,F. Brink er 78. Superintendent of public In struction, C. G. Lawrence 76. Rail Way commissioner! 1st district. J. S. Mailer 76, John J. Murphy r34, A. W. Lavender .0, Frank LoCocq 9, W. Bge «. County and Legislative Qfilces: 8tat» senator, 37th district Thomas Law 7B. Representative 80ih diBtrict, A JB. Byerson 34, N B. Knight 59. 59th district A. G. Nelson 38, W B. Whit temore 49. Treasurer, A. N. John Bon 71. Auditor, Israel Feterl 12, W. vijft. Richardson 15, Guy Osborn 75, i$3ieriff J. M. 81i»6ne 72, D.*W. Lat s$tyter 85, Jas. O. Winjum $£/ .Mbert 0, Chstftes Adana '"M^ds, Walter Llnstrom 46, Jr. H. Hub *fcttrd 47. Clerk cf Courts. S. B. Grif ,.filing 38, G. W. Crow 56. Superlnten at schools,121 lb^rt Ruden 84. Jk. HAZEL HAPPENINGS Stains attorney, M. S. LicbentJiein 47, .Mcsdaines P. J. :iud Cyril Murphy Dr. Hart spent Friday In tbe Live W. McLaughlin 44. County Judge, and Mrs. J. Molln attended a special City on business between trains. Wolff. G. A. S. Arneson 44. Jus tu.---tiiiK of the Royal Neighbor Camp Uce of ,he l" -ace PELICAN Most all the country folks around h«»rv took Id fhe big-?. convention last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Stormo and child n-n of Watortown. hive moved to the farm, where thoy expect to live until school starts in Watertown this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scherer and son. spent Sunday with Fritz Russell Conway is now the butcher ^jrB. Kate Scott has been on the large audience at the Pleasant View at the Hazel Meat Market. Mieses Clara Engweli and Minnie I sick list. Mr. and Mrs. P:] Butt had a number of Jll|tfr( Sl Hazel Beeth left Monday morning LjtUt for Colorado to spend a few months with her folks there. Earl Forcht spent Monday in the Live City. Rev. E. n. McEldowney returned home Thursd i.v from Minneapolis, lie has been attending conference. ,| 1 lv but WP ()(U who were the speakers and take in the tov From there they went to the lake, taking supper there and returning by wnv of Watertown to Thomas. Mr. Shertfi shipped out another car of grtin the hitter ptiri 'i ton 4f E i.t Henry Saturday evening. C'aniahari Constable. S. Kike :!!. Gus Zweig, Charles Wellington and .Member state centra! committee, Jas. Miss Blanch, I'. J. Murphy and family, Erl l:son IS, Warren Green Mr. md Mrs. C'yril Murphy, Mrs. Jno. Delegates to nitional convention: Molln and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Taft woil.l peace and progress Keheeis and others attended the Dec lioliert M. LaKollette for president ora ion Day services at Henry and re LaFollette-ltoosevelt progressive prin- mained to hear Senator LaFollette didn't find c|evl Hei(|en gJMn We dnes- day nlpht with Hazel McLaughlin. Mrs. l'etc Scherer and son Paul, visited with Thiede's Sunday. Miss Charlotte McLaughlin and Mrs. Ernest Zimmerman visited with Mrs. Otto Zamov. one day last week. Mr. md Mrs. Harney lleid"n arid daughter Cleva, and Mrs. Mary (. Zp. mow and sons Carl and August, we-e shopping in 'own Saturday I'rimaiy election was held at tbe horn hool Tuesda.N THOMAS. Our mend, .m and family autoed to Watertown on I 'lecoration May to hear 161 we'.-k.] The Thomas heavyweight nine ami the Cricket nine crossed bats on ..ur diamond on fiecorailon Day. The game turned out as usual in favor of our boys. Mr. Shores and family and X. E. Knight's young folks were out tishing at Lake Pelicin last week. They brought back a nice mess of little fish. Mr. Sherin and family took part the auto parade at Watertown on Decoration Day. Mr. Dahl and children autoed to Watertown Wednesday last to meet About one thousand people had col- Friday lected here and were waiting on the depot platform Friday morning to see and shake hands with Senator La Follette, but he didn't appear on the platform, his time was too limited to give a speech. There were one hundred votes cast in this precinct Tuesday. Two teams of kids played a fast game on our diamond Saturday last. Our neighbor, N. E. Knight, candid ate for representative got the nomi nation by an overwhelming majority. The Opdahl kids and the Thomas heavyweights crossed bats on our diamond June 4th. The game started out pretty easy. About the fifth In ning the Opdahl twirler commenced to think the heavyweights were just a huge joke. Finally the game wound up like an old maid's dream—there was nothing to It after it was over. The Farmers Elevator board of ThomaB had their annual meeting last .Saturday. "Rob Hunter, who was taken seri ously sick last week, was taken to the hospital at Watertown for treat ment. F, H. Kluckman Sundayed with an' old schoolmate of his. ,, ..vr RICHLAND Mrs. H. C. Tlgner, Hal Lemon and wife, Al Tessler, Mr .and. Mrs. Geo. Croft, Fred Schwandt,"- Ed Scheetis, Mr .and Mrs. Ell Oleson, Mr. and Mrs. #red Brown, Jeo. BwsftvMrs. Ed. Hildebrandt, were among the live city shoppers this week. We are sorry to learn that the health of Mr. Hill, the Kampeska mer chant, is, very poor, and he wijl leava for Hot Springs the lattSr pari, of the week. His many friends wte, wish him a speedy recovery.- S'" Mrs. A. I'D. Ostrander was in over Sunday visitor at the home jot her brother, Will Lewis. '$- Will Ostrander and family wero Sunday^! 0. Register of John Alltaoh 'aibd Wl#Hre $&&& ly entertained -at the home of their granddaughter, Mrs. Lulu Ostrander, this week. THE SATURDAY NEWS. WATERTOWN, 8. P. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Edaon callers at the James Reddy home day. were Sun- Mrs. P. J. Murphy was a live city shopper one day last week. ami other speakers of the div. Miss Blanche Wellington is being entertained at the home of her friend Miss Eva Tessier for a few days. Muriel Croft spent a pleasant day with hT cousin Blanche at the Wel lington home Monday. The Ladies Aid Society will give an ice cream social at the hall Friday evening, June Mb. Everybody is in vited. Rev. Keeler of Watertown, delivered an abie and interesting sermon to Sunday school in District 64, Sunday. Miss Rose Schwem was a caller at the William Ellis home Friday. John Boenke was a caller at the John Molln home Sunday. Jess Pierce spent Monday evening at the John Molln home. Mr and Mrs. Hal Lemon were entei tained at dinner at the B. G. Lewis home one day recently. Miss Iva Lewis spent the greater part of th" week at 'he home of hor brother in Kampeska. Messrs. F. 1!. Rowley md John Al lison spent a pleasant day at the Otis Si hullz Monday, h. (i. Lewis ant and wife spent a pleas day It the home or Will Lewis at K.iiiipeslia Sunday. Mrs. 10. I. Ives was a pleasant call er at 'he ildson home Saturday. The Dfty program was postponed nn'il June the 23rd, on ac count of the quarterly meeting, which will be held the 10th of June, when l.toyce will he present. KAMPESKA Trains carrying passengers arrive at Kampeska as follows Going East. 0. 52 8:16 a. m. No. 18 1:40 n». No. 8 9:10 p. m. Going West. 8:15 a. m. 12:01 m. 9:10 p. m. and IS are accommodation No. 9 ... No. 17 No. 53 .. Nos. 17 trains. Temperature for week beginning Miss Taugen, a sister of Mrs. Dahl's Sunday morning. May 26th and ending and Miss Peterson a cousin of Mrs. Saturday night, June 1st. Dahl's, who have come on a week's visit. From here they are goin Lemmon, on a couple of months visit, Monday to Sunday Mr. Geo. Kahl came down to look Tuesday to his ranch interests here on Sen. Wednesday LaFollette's special train last week. Thursday Morn. Noon Ev-?. 58 81 76 56 82 06 51 67 56 52 74 72 53 70 64 50 69 63 48 72 65 Saturday O. R. Green of Winthrop, Minn., was calling on old friends the past week. We failed to see him. The Grange met last Tuesday. The Worthy Lecturer, Will McFerran, talk ed alfalfa to us a little and is quite enthusiastic over it. He has a nice three-year-old patch on the homo place. The next meeting of the or der will be held June 11th, when a class of four will be received into the Grange. Refreshments will be served and a debate given on some timely subject. All members are requested to be present. Among those in the city during the convention were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Purcell, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Fal vey, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Oleson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Purcell, Hanlon Purcell, Alexander Purcell, Neal Falvey, Geo. Dean, Geo. Kendall, W. N. Hill, B. Jv Jacobs, H. C. Tigner, Miss Grace Tig ner. Miss Alice Porter, Geo. Crolt and Miss Muriel and Glen, Al TesBier, Mrs. Ives, Sam Dean and Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. James Raud, Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Harry Sasse, Miss Mary Purcell and others. Mrs Geo. Croft, with Miss Ruth and Glen called at the Ives home Sunday evening. MIsb Porter later was Frank Michaels of Watertown,, was out in his auto Sunday, stopping at the John Retntsma home. Bert Lewis and family caUed at the Geo. Croft home 'Monday evening of this week. i''"::- -, Simon Oleson is fast getting well. Is out of doors again now, Mrs. D. D. McDougall and Misb Gladys were In Watertown shopping Monday. Will Lewis icnd Cal Wheelock autoed to the Ives home Sunday morning. Will Lewis informs us tie Kampes ka mail route te yet In sight A gentleman, whose same we did not learn, representing the South Dakota Antl Saloon League occupied the pul pit ,ot our church-Sunday «nd $av a ~u~. .4 JOHN MOODE Store News TABLE LINEN SGc instead of $1.25 for fine imported table damask, full two yards wide, bleached or un bleached. This is something that will wear well, look well and give entire satisfaction 95c. 29c instead of 50c is the price on six pieces of Red Renfew table damask. This is a bar gain for somebody. Can never be bought at that price again, only 29c HAND EMBROIDERED Ameri can doilies, conterpieces, etc. CVe will cloEe out our entire line of these, ranging in price from loc to $: ". at .ONE-THIRD OFF. They wire cheap before, now 'hey are nearly given away ry interesting talk along temperance lies. We understand the League .ins to make the liquor business :ke the count in about 20 years. Well we hope so but we'll still put money up on the liquor fellows. The Children's Day exercises will iheld in Kampeska church June I The district superintendent, Rev. Hoyce of Watertown will occupy the pulpit here June l«th, at the regular afternoon hour. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lewis were the nests of Mr. and Mrs: Hal Lemon Minday. Leo Blase and helper are breaking ihe virgin sod for Fred Brown. They sure rip up the surface of the earth. Mrs. Sam Donnelly and son James, Sam Pure ell and wife and son Alex ander, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe McFerran were callers at the Joe Purcell home Sunday to see Mrs. Jane Purcell, who is slowly recovering from her accident. We hear Zene Toby and family contemplate moving back onto the farm by the lake in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Lilje are thinking of go ing to Minnesota. HENRY. Miss Angela Sullivan was a pas senger to Watertown Saturday. Mesdames Joseph Ihle and Patrick Redmond of Watertown spent Deco ration Day in Henry. Miss Zoe Dowling, who has been at tending sc-hool at, Chatfield, Minn., for the past nine months returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.. Rob Patterson and children of Elrod, spent. Thursday in Henry. Howard Hilliard and Hugh Mandrich went to Watertown by auto Thurs day. Mrs. Wm. Flannigan is anJcyiU visit with two of her sisters, Vhe rived here last week from Iowa. Wm. Clegg, Wm. McQuacker and Wm. Flanningan were In Watertown Friday. Prof. Meadowcroft is doing some mason work at the farm of Mr. Hub hard. W. S. Glass and Rev. Keeler of Wa tertown spoke In Henry Decoration Day. a guest of Miss Ruth. Geo. Dean and Miss Grace Tigner called at the E. H. Oleson home SunK day evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sater and daughter Lillian, of this, place autoed to To ronto, Sunday to visit relatives. Miss Lell Hall returned home from Watertown Saturday. -Miss Louise Grass® of Watertown visited relatives at this place Sun day. Miss Vera Irons came over from Groton Saturday and will make her home with her father at this place. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Florey, on June 6th, occurred the marriage of their daughter Myrtle, to Mr. J. C. Wood of Mitchell. The maiiy friends Of the newlyweds this place will wish them a long life of happiness. They will make their home at Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Sater and Margaret Walsh and Mrs. Meadowcroft spent Friday in Watertown. Miss Evelyn Christopherson return ed home from Watertown Friday. DRY MAPLE STREET WatertOH'n'H Retail Thoroughfare What You See Advertised Elsewhere You Can Buy Here for Less EMBROIDERY 5c instead of 8c and 10c Is the price on dainty fine Ham burg edgings and insertions, just the thing for all kinds of trimmings. l'Jc instead of twenty-five for thirty pieces of corset cover em broidery. This is a snip. The material is good, the work is good and the edge is fast 19c. 39c instead of 50c for hand embroidered Madina corset cov er embroidery. This is the daintiest needlework produced on earth and is a bargain at 39 cents. WASH GOCP9 Wac instead of 15c is our price on Holly Batiste, just the sten returned home last week. Mr and Mrs. R. E. Hubbard and children and the Misses Myrtle Florey and Anna Kinkade autoed to Water town Friday. Father Slattery is enjoying a visit from his father, who arrived from phio last week. Oscar Smith returned home from Watertown Saturday. Leslie Swisher of Pella, Iowa, ar rived Friday for a visit with his broth er George. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Sullivan left Monday morning for Sioux Falls, at which Mr. Sullivan will receive medi cal treatment. Hugh Mandrich spent Sunday in Naples. Monday evening a parcel Bhower was given at the home of Rev. Ray in honor of the Misses Myrtle Florey and Beulah Keyes, two brides of the month. Miss Irene Gtlman will leave Sat urday morning for Aberdeen, where she will attend summer school. E. Lewis and family moved into the Zender house Monday. A dance will be given In the new barn erected on the Gilman farm, Friday evening. Miss Elsie Hurle of Elrod was in Henry Sunday evening. Miss Mae Barker of White, is visit ing at the Ring home. Mrs. W. W. Wakefield and children of Watertown are "viBiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. H. M. Kinkade. Henry is to have a new barber shop and restaurant. Handkerchief Shower Mesdames Elmer and Edward Kin Kade and Miss Anna Kinkade enter tained a company of lady friends, in •honor of Miss Myrtle Florey, one of our June brides, at the home of Miss Anna Kinkade on Wednesday after noon. He rhome was beautjfujy dec oraleu In tne bnaeo coiors, white, with carnations and ferns. The guests spent the afternoon embroider ing" the brides initial on tea towels. .At five o'clock they adjourned the dining room, where at the head of 'sL i" li" 11^3 frl* the table, tlie hosiess had seatfed the bride. Her chair was draped in pink and she wore the regulation veil, the table decorations and place cards were in pink and white. After the two course lunch the bride drew the hand kerchieifs from a decorated basket with pink and white ribbons which lead to her plate. KRANZBURG John Kranz made a business trip to the city Tuesday last. James Ries is working for Win. Cordell of the city, this week. The dance at Pete Lindner's, north west of the burg, Monday night was well attended and a good time was reported by all present. Jack Deniger and wife of Waveriy, visited with relatives in the burg Sun day. Phillips Neuman took in the sights at the burg Sunday. Jack Schweinfurt took i,nrthe sights at the city Thursday. ^?s Bert Moee was a Watertown caller Arbie Christopherson returned home on business Friday. from Watertown Saturday. Miss Lizzie Ries of the city, Is vis Tfee Hisses Amanda and EmmaJVal- ^ting^ the home of feei^brother John, -".v -«i VS-V "i GOODS CO Store News thing for dainty, cool nummer dresses. These goods are an exception a.1 material, fine and thin, with dainty floral sprays, 7/ 2 C. 12%c insteid of 25c Is our price on an assorted lot of wash goods, comprising India Llnons, Himalaya cloth, etc., 12J/2c. LACES The best 5c lace on earth can be found on our five cent table. We add something new to this counter every day and you can always get what you want at 5c. NECKWEAR All the latest things in neck wear—Macrame, Ratine, collars and cuffs, etc. from 25c up. Too Early to Plan a Vacation? HMfltaL fife fctt to to'lll" yo®r geepeaAee mi jmrieca. pniod wfflfiai job 4 mfcr to enjoy to tha ML That a oofar one pbca tbb summer to spend a rul vacation—among .tba Rockies—ia If you haven't beeii to Colorado itV certainly tint* you were going? If you have been, we know you are felt longing to go again aad there is only one best way to go—via Rock Island Lines Fast electric lighted trains on conveni ent schedules carry you In perfect com fort to the very foot of the Rockies. Wm. Mitchell, Agent ROYAL ONLINE 3 Twl be wprixd Wv Bttle mlly eott*. Lm me Ut jm pha a da&ehtM trip. AV He Is a superb horse weighing 1.200^ pounds a rich, dark mahogany bay with black points and a star. This-' horse Is by the champion four yearly. old pacing stallion, Online, 2:04 trot»" ting mark, 2:16, register number 32589|: He will stand at the small fee of $20^ to Insure .foal. At.McLaughlln's barn^ Watertown, 6. D. jJ DR. C. E. FISCHER, OtontTr Joe Ruhr is the proud tathei *f J.a new $600 steam plow. Mrs. Will Wood called at" thft,^ Michaels home/ Friday. Wm. Seholti ivas in the burg Sun day and Monday, •. mm WTi this week. '4 J. J. Fox made a business trip towfej the city Monday. John Wagner was down in his car? Sunday. Carl Haan took in the sights in the^^' city fMday. ylP" -.-j^ ...... Wm. Cordetf^f' Waterrown, "WfSk: down looking after his Interests thisf week. 0 W*:.