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Correspondence
Kampeika Item of Interest
Trains carrying passengers arrive
W&P Kampeska as follows:
f*#r: $-
Going Eut
1
a.
P
P.
viNo. 62 i'/.-V 8 :22
Mo. 18 1:40
No. 8 9:10
Going West.
a. m.
No. 9 ....................8:22
No. 17 ... ..12:01 p. m.
Ne. 58 9:10 p. in.
Nos. .17 and 18 are freights, but
carry a coach for passenger service.
The genial weather nan still keeps
up his good humor and his delightful
weather with the splendid full moon
have made ideal days and nights for
shopping and all. Saturday evening
he nearly changed his mind, however,
letting the mercury run toward the
bulb at an alarming rate until it
:showed 13 below at 10 o'clock p. m.,
but luckily Sunday morning the wind
was in the southwest and the tem
perature was up to 6 degrees above
,eero. However, we surmise that after
January 1st we'll have a week or two
of real winter, as we have had such
a spell each winter for the last sev
eral winters.
The temeprature by our record is
as follows:
Morn. Noon Hive.
30 30
26 31 29
18 22 21
21 22 17
5 21
6 14 2
'/Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
1 Friday
Saturday
Carl David of Richland, took pas
sage Monday for Manning and Gray,
Iowa, for a visit and to be with his
mother who Is very low. He was ac
companied by the two Bisters of Mrs.
David, who have been visiting here
from Gray, Iowa,
k*' Later ne*
*$£ Mr. David's
Later newa announces the death of
mother, also the mother
of Mrs. Adolph Fronts of RichlanU
Mrs. Frentz and son Fred, left for
.Iowa Saturday morning.
A1 Tessler is in Illinois at this time,
leaving Saturday, for a stay of a
toouple of weeks, visiting relatives!
and friends in and around Rockford,
111.
Sam Dean is having a very severe
cold the past week, being confined
to the house.
Sam Tubbs was a visitor in the
^^^Sftown of Henry Thursday.
Mrs. Honry BVilvey visited witty
relatives near Henry the last of the
week.
Mrs, Maynard Noble sjbopped la
the city Wednesday last.
Oscar Anderson. TysLS ,a.,yatertown
visitor Thursdays
Fred Sasse drove oui f4 head of
young cattle from Watertown tha
first of the past week. ,»?
A young Mr. Zimprlch of riisar Gro
ver, attending school at Brookings
college la home for the holidays.
Will Snyder went to Watertown
Friday.
Miss "W WKeeTock called upott
Mr«. B. D. Wheelook Friday after
noon. Mf. MM%m
Ageftt^rally%ade^%ij[^fi(&%ip
to .'Henry the middle of the week.
Victor. attdLeon Waldron Are now
at Mason City, Iowa, at work In the
railway shops at that place.
JUoule Larson was, visiting friends
hereabouts the last of the week.'
Mrs. Dew, aecottpahied by Mrs. B,
H. Oleson, attended, the ooncert at
the M. E. Church In Watertowij Sun
day night, staying In the city over
night.
Mrs. Joe Purcell Is In Watertown
making a visit with relatives And
ends "and dolttfc shopping. J. J.
4 Lester were in Sund ^attending
ooncert with her, returning home
j^after the, concert.
George Dean and Miss Grace Tlg
ner attended thes concert in Water
town Sunday. Ira and Barl Tlgher
Iso. attended. "^0,
W«nren Wheelock and to^ and Mra
Imery Wheelock and family spent
nnday with Mr. and Mrs. JB& Wheel-
In Kampeska, .:-. t- S'
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sasse Were sn
he olty Saturday. Returning they
ipent the evening at the Joe Poroell
°®e.- Si:
Miss Jull&~tSleion. spent1Wonday af
loon at the Joe Purcell home at
mdlng with her-Mends the Christ
inas p?o|3^}n^t Kampeska
The Cktk&m'
pMcra&M^vqif
opday afternoon by Ml
e! Kawpeaka, school |ftd her pupils,
.Indeed good. tree Was
"hlv' and or the dialobne entitled
"The Meeting at PurapHa Center,"
this was Indeed very acceptable.
Mrs. August Melchert, Miss Riley
and Miss Augusta Melchert attended
the programme at District No. ",
taught by Miss Mary Donahue, last
Friday evening at the school house.
Te scribe was also present and list
ened to a very good programme. As
this occurred at night Santa Claus
was there, impersonated by Joe Pur
cell and a very good Santa he made.
Perhaps the best dialogue of this pro
gramme was the four dressed as col
ored folks, this was more' than ordi
narily good, fixed up they were with
colored'faces and all. Miss Ruth
Croft deserves special mention and
praise for the really good work she
did on the programme.
D. D. McDougall called at the Fred
Brown home Monday.
Miss Agnes Henning was a guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sasse the
last of _the week.
The magnificent Christmas cactus
at the Joe Purcell home, clothed in
Its wealth of beautiful flowers is in
deed a "thing of beauty, and a joy
forever."
Mr. and Mrs. Hanlon Purcell, Josh
Purcell anl Lester spent Monday at
the Geo. Williams home.
Mr. anl Mrs. James Hand spent
Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sasse.
Mr. and' Mrs. Sam Purcell attended
the wedding of Miss Pearl McDonald
In Watertown last week Thursday.
Mrs. McDonald returned home with
Mr. and Mrs. Purcell.
Mr. and Mrs| Joshua Purcell and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Croft visited at
the Perry Burk home Sunday.
One of the old .pioneers of this
part of the state, Grandma Fisher,
died In Watertown Saturday at the
home of her son Clark. The funeral
was held Thursday, interrment In
Watertown cemetery.
RICHLAND
Merry Christmas and a Happy New
Year to all.
Miss Bayer of the city, has been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. D. Ostrander.
Mesdames O. M. Edson, Geo. Croft,
Sam Dean and J. J. Purcell have all
Bpent a few days visiting friends In
Watertown.
Mr. and Mrs. B, G. Lewis Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Lewis, A. D. Ostrander, C.
Wellington, Geo. Dean, Glen Croft,
John Smith, Mrsll Molln and son
Peter, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tigner, Lee
and Herman DObbs, Mr. and Mrs. Hal
Lemon,
F.
John Molln is suffering with a
broken rib. Dr. Eddy was called to
care for him, and, he,. tsv getting along
nicely.
Roy We\lin^torf,1k& Veen assisting
at the home of B- G. Lewis a few days
the past Week.
J. P. Molln, Claude Tessieir fend
Win. Lewis and family were pleasant
ly entertained at the: home of Mr.
and. Mrs. Bert Lewis Sunday evening.
Glen Croft and Bert Lewis are on
the' list of ailing at present.
Miss Blanche Wellington is spend
ing. a few days at ihe home of Mtt
and Mrs. Leon Tracy.
Mr. David and Mrs. A. Frentz were
called to Iowa by the death of their
mother. They left on the Saturday
morning train.
The sohool In District No, 32 closed.
Friday With a very nice and appro
priate programme. Quite a number
of parents and young people were
present, which spoke well of tike in
terest. taken la the school by. hoth
patrons and teacher.
The writer and family attended thj
Cristmas tree .programme In the Al
len district the Bchool being taught
by Miss Donahue. The programme
was one of the best of Its kind ren
dered In many years, showing many
hours of hard work by pupils and
teacher..
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grated Jg®i rn, coloring 01
||rtl^^pe^pdaidy and fruit and
?was^||t6 -j)fstfe| Aftervthe prosrraiS
,, welfl««|fedv i(p^'
mentlcfe
ySftot
be mane M«*
J^l^i Karl Snyd*r£w*
sp^K&es'mide
yjiT^j, ,,y: ..
WALLACE
Merry Christmas.
Mrs. Roy Phlillps. la. vlsltlng ad
the "home of her parent Mr. and
Mrs. White, of Garden City.
Miss Cella O'Loughlln was a W®"
tertown passenger Saturday^
Margaret Snyder left Saturday
morning
tof
Mellette, S. D., to j^pend
Christmas.
The basket social given 1»C-"' the
Sterling school house Friday evening1,
Was well attended and ^e fehtn pi
$18.00 was received.
I ^rl Hallauer left Friday:evealn8
a |wo weeks' vlfelt with triads
t&d relatives near Watertown.,
'Minnie Morgan le/t fo^ y^at»riowi
^Fuesdjjr ,and will also yhtft.at
Wttifeand NeaWi'Tiat for
ftnkth Friday evening, to vWt
tbelr ttn&^rifJ% feitfe, of that place.
Mr. and' ChiWs Glembln call
Hr4MkA Un. Xbdtaner
THE SATURDAY WBW8, WATKBTOWW, P.
1
SCv
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Wright enter
tained Mr. Dan Nesblt, Mrs. Good
speed and son Franklin, and Mr. and
Mrs. Morgan Christmas day.
Vear Trenholm is reported serious
ly 111.
Word was received that'Mr. Porter,
formerly of Watertown, ls„,very sick
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Will Johns, near Florence.
Mrs. Fred Phillips and Mrs. George
Heintz were called to Watertown on
Monday, by the death of their grand
mother, Mrs. Fisher.
Ira Darling spent Sunder with his
mother near Henry.
Meadowlarks have been/ seen near
both Wallace and Florence^ Such in
dications must surely be a sign that
the winter will not be a hard one.
.' -n.
B. RoWley and son Claude,
Miss Jessie Schultz and Mr. and Mrs.
Cyril Murphy were among the city
shoppers this week
KRANZBURG
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kranz spent
a few days with relatives anil friends
at Watertown the piast week.
The_ plastering at the Holy Rosary
church at Kranzburg Is now complet
ed and will be in good condition by
February first.
George Schwelnfurt was a business
caller at Watertown Friday/
Sleighing is not what it is cracked
up to be, was a remark made by some
of our farmers, but cheer up my
friend, we have the best wheeling
that we have had for years.
Alden Heabul and Willie Kllpsteln
Of Goodwin visited with friends in the
Isurg Sunday. .|S|
August Bbsen was a business Mlev
at Watertown Saturday.
MarUn Lindner was a business vis
itor at tbe city Saturday.
Wm. Althaus called at the Jack
Ries home Thursday.
J. G. Fox was a business, transact
or at Watertown Monday.1 -"Si
Mrs. Anna Recktor of Austin, Min
nesota, Is visiting with her sister,
Mrs.. P. F. Kran^^hls week.
Miss IsabeUe Ha an called at the
Chas. Kranz home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kaiser called at'
the John Eilen home Snnday.
Jantes Riesi called at the Ailh%
^•kmsk
Kubs home Thursday.
i^rEUPAN'
..MM A.iina^'Schuelke has gone to
Grand Meadow, Minn., to spend the
winter with her sister, Mr§,„-,Giis
Quandt
Mrs. Thos. Walsh and children, of
Yale,. S. D., were visiting at Walt
McLaughlin's last week.
Mable FerriB left Saturday morning
for Chicago and points in Michigan,
where she wUl visit relative? for n.
'J
Ernem SEltiamerman
tt''
Chicago, Is
visiting at Walt McLaughlin's.
George Wiplcott, who has been work
*ng for S. P. Loesch, has returned
to hls home In Watertown.
John- Edwards took a- car load of
potatoes to St Louis Tqesday. He
will visit «tW after Ohristmad.
M£. and' Mrsv Schue|ke and IIL
Daggett visited at 'Ferris' Thursday,
Mft, Jensen lsr vitf tlag MjatlveB lri.
in-kimriik \4fi7
Gertrude Qylvester Is spending hen
vacation wliS/ bee, parentis Slows
Kalis.
Miggigptosiift ^tM^cteW^tinff Vol
^tlves at Haytl.
Gns Klatt
Its last wee*.|.
What Will Tltf New Yeal Bring te You?
Success and Happiness or Failure and Disa
-0. Z)t4
I
New term January 6th, 1913.
You have received many Christmas presents which made you happy,
but isn't it a fact the substance of most of them vill soon have dis
appeared, sentiment alone aemaining., while if you had received a scholar-^
ship in the WATERTOWN BUSINESS COLLEGE, the pleasure and benefit you
.would derive therefrom would increase from year to year.,\ &
PARENTS, give your boys and girls a scholarship in the WATERTOWN
BUSINESS COLLEGE. Let them learn Bookkeeping and Business Practice,
Shorthand and Typewriting, Commercial Law and Banking. You want your
children to be successful. Let us help you make them independenh citi
zens and successful men and women.
GRACELAND
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swanson were
shopping in the city Thursday.
Mrs. Albert Scott spent several
days in Henry last week, visiting at
the home of her mother, Mrs. Wm.
Elgie.
Miss Lily Hanson, who is attending
school in Watertown, came home Fri
day evening to spend Christmas with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Han
son.
Nels Jenson, who has been working
for Albert Olson all summer, left for
his home at Waupaca, Wis., Thurs
day evening.
Albert Scott made a business trip
to Watertown Friday.
Arthur Hanson, entertained a num
ber of his friends Sunday evening to
an oyster supper. A fine time was
had.
Will Olson spent Sunday..with his
brother, Albert.
Arthur Nelson and Billy Phlpps
spent Saturday evening at Sam, Ark
land's. A
August Jenson Spent several days
with the Scott hoys.
Anton and Albert Olson attended
the K. P. Lodge at Henry Saturday
evening.. A smoker and big feed was
enjoyed
kih
APPLEBY
The program Monday night was
well attended and a good time was
reported by all who attended.
Mat Bradie and John Schmitz are
Visiting at the Charley Schmitz home
Henry Ries, -jr. had the misfortune
of losing one of his valuable horses.
Leo Loesch of Grover, called at
the Haider home ,1Tuesday. '1'
N
I .'John and Joe Halter and Mjtsqf
Marie May were callers at the .Peter
Fritz home Sunday night H§£!
The Schmitt boys of Waver$, are
at their old home this week.
George Haider, Jr. made a flying
trip othe city Tuesday*
Frank and Katie Jungers were call
ers at the. John Bohls home Sunday.
Henry Ries has gone to Watertown
and will not come back until April.
Margaret Loesch will have a vaca
tion at her school until after the
Dry Farming Methods
Produce Prize Wheat
ailnneapolls, Minn., Dte. 22.—Good
''dry farming" .methods produced the
Wheat
that won. for Nash & Bridge
man of Clyde-Park, Mont, the $5,000
prize for the best flve bushels-: of
wheat ejttilblted at the Minneapolis
Land 'show, according to Joseph P.
Mash, who gave a description of the
methods.,,usedtJn^ raising the wheat
today.
1
Nash is here with hlB .wife and six
children to .claim the
$5,000
prize
andrta&e It back to Montana wltii
htm.' He Called at die office of the
exposition and was given a certified
copy of all scores and an order'tar
tfte Big Four
MS0S"
gsfr. tractor, &n-
erson-Brantinght^) plows, etc. 'Then
he calles on President Howard BilUdt*
of Northern .Pacific railway aitd
received' further, congratulations. He
told Mr. HUfott how the wheat w^s
raised and demonstrated :':that gool
dry faming methodiH^-or Jjust com
otob snjle, will prodttite not only
"i 4* $
It is only a small outlay, an investment--not an expense, but
something which thep can never lose, and from which they will dsrive more^,!£
benefit, pleasure and happiness than many times the amount spent in any
other jay.
Send for one of our new beautifully illustrated catalogs free*
.-
THE IvAtERTOWN BUSINESS COLLEGE
VATH LINDBERG, Proprietors
5
per acre.
"The "five bushels which won the
prize was grown, at an altitude of 4,
900 feet where the rainfall does not
exceed 17 to 18 Inches. One crop
has been produced on the land before
we seeded it to this Turkey Red
wheat, the seed for which came from
the Gallatin valley," said Nash.
"We summer tallowed the land in
1911 by plowing with a mould-board
plow not less than six inches deep
In the last part of May and first of
June. We dragged It down as soon
as possible after \pHowlng, tbe idea
being to preserve the moisture by
dragging within two days after plow
ing or sooneP. ""After any rainfall of
consequence the grbund Was dragged
as soon as lt :iwro possible to get
onto It with a team.
"About the first of July -we double
disced the field. The last of August
and the first week of September, It.
was dragged and ^tlien the. Seed was
planted by drilling with a double disc.-'.
Kentucky drill which put It down at
least four Inches. Forty: pounds of
seed was used to the acre and we
prefer less rather than more than this
amount If the land Is.-strong-and
clean it -will not require this amount
"With such methods, of farming the
moisture Is preserved sufficient, to
start the seed to germinating lijfiSie
dlately whether there' is rain or not
"In the spring of 1912 the field was
harrowed, or dragged as soon asJ the
land was dry eno«t£h to permit it
Once or twice later we dragged it.
This Is done to'-keep a mulch on the
land and keep It from baking or dry-,
tag out. .,,.¥
"The soil ranch darii
mountain loaim beneath Which is. a
limestone clay subsoil. The wheat
was procured without any artificial
means or sub-Irrigation though we
haVe conslderabt^VwlHter snow which
h«lps presence the i^heat thrpngh
the- winteft Wheat this action
seldom dr never ^tec^lHa an^aev-'
«rs
heaves out by fwst The7^psrae
ter of th4 soil is slm)lar.'to' t£at ia
All
of central Montaiu^' jiartlculariy
itt -the Judith taijiniShe G»w,Creek,
Smltt
Riwr
ointment?
18 to 24, inclusive
25 to 29, inclusive
30 to 34, inclusive -A
35 to 39, inclusive
40 to 44, inclusive jUtTa? 4t3i *•& .j.
and ^&selslidf i^leyi
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I Y^V.
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THE
A. O. LL W.
We carry only South Dakota risks.
ing surplus fund. We are. always first to pay/ We
invite you to join us. Por information
member or the local officers. jgy,
3i* O, A. CRAIG, Masier Workman
GEORGE CHRISTION, Recorder.
TV.
58
to
vm
$
!.
s8|
OF SOUTH DAKOTA
The Pioneer Fraternal
Insurance Society offers RE
LIABLE PROTECTION to the
home at the following low
rates per month.
AGE $iooo $aooo
8 ,,60
JS0
81.20
1.40
1.60
(5,80
-Ia80
so
1.00
liar land open to homestead entry-:
In Montana."
As a result of his success in rais
ing and selecting wheat, Mr. Nash,
has been offered a position for the
winter. InstallIng the permanent ex-.
hlblt of the Northwest Development
League In St Paul, He has accepted
and will remain.^
DRIVES OFF A TERROR
:V
JO*
SJOO
't
We have ajgrow
to
call on any
The chlef .executioner of death la
the winter and spring months Is pneu^l
monlati Its advance, agents are ooli
and grip, in any attack by one
these maladies no time shonld be lo«£:«g
in toklng the best medicine obtaln^fS
able to drive It oU. Countless thous
ands have found this to be Dr. King'^-v
New Discovery. "My husband
Hevjbs It has kept him from havlngfeii
pnevmonla three or four tlmSS,** «ay»lf
Mrs.'G. W. Place, Rawsosvllle,
Vt .f.'si
"and for colds, coughs and croup we^Iji
have never found its equal." Q«ai^vil
anteed for all bronchial affections.
Price 60c and $1, Trial bottle (tn-h
at all drnggtsts. Adv.
am «ow located .n-'ig
Alberta, Canada, I will trade good In-®#
come property In 8. W. Watertown
for good land in Southern Alberta.
Address Chas. S. Schalkle, Lethbridg^^
Alberta, ^ox No. S081.
jA snap and mast be sold. Owner
will leave city. 6 room cottage and
bam, lot 60x166 on 2nd avenie S.
Price *1,250,00, 1860.00 cash, balance
to sodt Phone Main 401cr Blue 628.
F. J. Scl^to.^ {Mtl
We wish tof call attention to the
'|Caict that most .Infectious, diseases)
aiich jju whOopl^ cough, diphtheria
and, scarlet foyer ari» contracted whet'
chUd has i£,c«ld. Chamberlain
t' igh Remedy' wfll quloWy gate1
and greatly lessen the danger oi
Contracting these diseased This rea
edy is famous for Its cnres't«f..oo|As
It contains no opium or
•cotic and msy.be g^een to a child
implicit confid«^ct. Sold by alt'lleal-
r,

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