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-7 ®=va rn^lW-jwi %^2Wfk 4 &•* &• & iV |jbofcr'' r' ft? Ai Hvw" HF $£S & «i .. 8# kl mi IK! -If Correspondence KAMPESKA. f. 1m weather the past week has been r,v I ".i"uing to think of the spring work in. the field, but you had better be slow, gentlemen, even If the ilicr does come off quite dandy, 1'OT you know tlv&t tills part of the -:un ry we are often taken with ajThe way the ladies charged at this Sam Pureed was a live city visitor Thursday. n5, v- fo agreeable and the farmers arej The social hold at the hall on last Friday was well attended and a good time reported by all present. The social was under the management of the Ladies Aid society. The pro ceeds of the social amounted to |7.40. bnck-set. Oh there are lots of orld jobs that v.f u\ do, tin true enough, to keep 118 hiisy if we try to find them. How Mr. .and Mrs. Kred Hrown spent a pleasant evening at tin Hilson home Thursday. Miss Nellie Kendall spent the evening at her brother's home. The public sale at the A. 11. Ostrail del' place was well intended. Ml*. N \V. I'orler was on the nick list the middle of the week but in re ported better the last ol ire week. Sam Dean and 1,,-idv Dean were also Kampeska. Miss Mar.v Schwandt was guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kdson Thursday evening. Lee Tracv and Vernon Porter at tended the theatre at the Metropoli tan Thursday evening. We saw our old Iriend Carl Lilje in the city tht there Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown were guests at supper of Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Edson Thursday evening. We are greatly pleased to say that Mrs. Patrick Burke is a very much improved woman at this time and all H. Kelsey, 406 Fourth Avenue S. E„ fyatentown, aays "For many years I had annoying symptoms of AMaey trouble. The nature ol the WOrtJ I did helped to make the ft&ublfr toorae. There wei-0 times wfcen I couldn't get up or down on account «f Bharp, shooting pains in aor back. My wife waa often oblig ed to hfilp me when got up from a ctoair. I happened to h$ar about Dam's Kidney PiUs and I began tfe&a. I waa so well pleased with the reran* that am glad to give thia public endorsei^tot",- most sincerely trust that she will not having been here on one or two oe have any relapse after her hard strug- casions. The groom is a young man gle for life and health. of sterling character and the bride Vernon Porter left the first of the K|rl who carries a splendid name, week for Erwln, where he will be em- We had the pleasure while In Wa- ployed on a farm near that place, one was a new one to many of us For your supper yon paid out a cent each time that'you got anything that pertained to I he meal, as, a cup was evtv it is no snap to clean grain if! a cent, a .saucer a cent, a spoon a icfep it up from morning until! cent, the coffee a cent, the sugar a ni b' good and hard. cent, the cream a cent, etc. Well, The weather record as we have it' that's what takes and interests some is as follows: Morn. Noon 10 vo. Euu'Iny 2S 25 20 Monday 35 28 Tuesday 14 14 12 Wednesday 1 28 27 Thursday L'O 24 Fndny L'S 42' Saturday J7 :si 14 thing different and new. Come again ladles. The Aid will meet (will have met by the time these lines are before the reader) at the Mol 1 home this week at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Miss Doris Porter called upon her mother, Mrs. N. W. Porter, during the week. .Miss Porter has bad charge of the ranch a few days in the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Heathcote. Mrs. Heathcote was taken to the Ma ternity hospital by Dr. Parsons Fri day evening last week in an auto. She is the mother of a line baby girl. Mr. Heathcote went in Saturday and remained over Sunday with his wile At tile borne of her parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Prod Schwandt, northwest of Walertowu and four miles north of united in marriage to Mr. William T. Hanson, of near C'halco. Xeb. ltev. Mr. Saner of the (iennan Lutheran church of Watertown performed the ceremony which occurred at four o'clock last Wednesday afternoon, last tune we were The bride was dressed in white silk I trimmed in beads and net. A sister We have persuaded the News peo- of the bride, Miss Bertha Schwandt, pie into lotting us have a typewriter to put up copy for them and for the sake of Mr. Wood of the linotype ina chine, but we do not know as we will 'help him much for a while until we relearn the art of manipulating, the said typewriter. However, the type writer will beat the awful Bysteni used generally by the reckless corres pondent from Kampeska. acted as bridesmaid, while Mr. Henry Hansen, of Chalco, a brother of the groom acted as best man. A line dinner was served at five o'clock, fol lowing the ceremony and a reception was given the young frieuds of the bride in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen will go to Chalco where they will reside on a farm near that place. We are sure that the sincere best wishes and all of the hosts of true friends of the bride will follow them. We write friends of the bride becuuse she has been reared to womanhood here while Mr. Hansen has not how ever, he has formed friendships Mere Breed Kidney Ills Chilly, damp, changing weather is hard frn the kidneys. Even more irritating are colds, grip, pneumonia, tonsilitis, quinzy and other infections. The kidneys get congested and inflammed, and this causes backache and disordered kidney action. Though serious in its latter stages, kidney disease is not hard to conquer if a good kidney remedy is used when the first signs of kidney trouble are noticed. *-JThe best recommended kidney remedy in the world is Doan's Kidney Pills. You hear it everywhere. Get a box. WATERTOWN PEOPLE FOURTH AVENUE of South Dakota. The Mrs M. R. Allen, 223 S. Oak Btreet, Watertown, sayst "Several years ago I suffered from kidney complaint! Doan's Kidney Pills were highly recommended and I began using them. Three boxes cured the attack and improved my condition In every way. 1 fee) that 1 am doing right In giving this rec ommendation and I am only too glad to let others know about Doaa's Kidney PillHs* 1 t.ertown Thursday last of meeting the I before we will be able to get a decent bridegroom, Mr. Hansen and Mr.j«W Piske. They were in the city with Edward Schwandt. This marHage isjwft the third between the Hansen family of Nebraska and the Schwandt family to y°u first occurred seen. However, as we have known Mrs. Schwandt somewhat for a num ber of yeai'B and bear in mind the ad vice given by the famous Phil Ar mour of Chicago packing house fame, to a young man who came to him seeking advice relative to marriage, namely: "Pick out a good mother and marry anw of her daughters." We feel that the Hansen boys are playing a safe game. The Misses Hilev and Barker-of the Henry schools were guests of the Melehert home the last of the week They attended the social ai the^ hall Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. 10. Oleson and Mr. and Mrs. Sasse were at. the .1. J. Pur ceil home Friday. The gentlemen: Mr. and Mrs. Perry Burke were at I loons as to see a place called "dry" this home Thursday to spend the day. (and then have a lot of drug stores and While in the city last Thursday «c |jvery stables and boot leggers and saw our old friend Mr. Cleveland Fa I -blind pigs doing a land office business vev. js at selling the damnable truck under cover of a law or in 'a sneaking way. Mr. and Mrs. Km Sasse, Mr,* and Mrs. Sam Dean and Ronald, dforge. Dean and Miss C.race Tignei^also Arthur Sasse called upon MrAand .Mrs. E. 11. Oleson and the family Sunday evening. .&/ We are sorry to hear of the'.con tinued poor condition of Mr. Mcenna at the hospital at Watertown. We trust that it will not. be long before he can come home a well man. We also saw Mr. George Nichols in the city last week. He is in a'.tem porary bachelor condition at this time as his wife is at her parents' home and is quarantined because of the case of the small pox at that home. The young son at the home haB the disease. The family were vaccinated as soon as they knew they had been exposed but not in time to save the little boy having it. We will get a new ribbon to the JP SOUTH OAK STREET. .• S .. -•^sa&sAL" THE SATURDAY NEWS, WATERTOWN, S. D. machine, Mr. Wood, the next time that we arrive In the city and then we may be able to make a little bet ter copy for you. However, we can plainly see that it will be some time off the tS be?n uled w'" macrine as it a *?ood many moons since anything like this, but we ^eeP on wo trying to improve and "iat 'n due t*me -v,,u reap if you faint not. when William Schwandt married ai Air. William Broderman was mak .Miss Hansen. The second when, Missl ing a terrible smoke over in his field Martha Scrwaiult married Johp ilati-Jihe other day and upon inquiry we sen. Whether it will be a case of found that the gentleman had start "Third time and out" remains to be led to till the soil. Seeing this, Mr. w'" Hal Lemon and Joe Croft ^ot the lever and they too got their old har rows busy. Well, that's all right men, the people that, are supposed to know all say that the sooner that they stir up the ground after they can get on the field in the spring the better they are off. We understand that an effort is to be made to put Watertown on the map as a dry town. Well as far as we are concerned you may as well take all liiiuor out of the town as not, because they would all starve to death any way for all of the trade that we give them and we believe in genuine hard shelled prohibition that really prohi bits the sale and the use of the stuff nttier than in a real medicinal man with others were helping on the new ner. But we do say that we would hog house being constructed at this [about as soon see the proper number place. of well regulated and conducted so- There will be no services at the church this coming Sunday as the pas- Also remember that yau can get the News this month for the small sum of a dollar and twenty cents. Or, with the purchase of an Aladdin lamp, 95c. The Aladdin lamp gives EIGHTH STREET, F. L- Ellis, 511 Eighth Street S. E., Watertown, saysf 1 waa trou bled for a long time by my back which never stopped aching. 1 couldn't lie down witji any com fort. It was impossible for me to atoop or bend my body.. If I did, sharp pains darted tip my spine into my shoulder blades. Doan's Kidney Pills rid jne of all the trouble and my, kidneys were strengthened. My back has been strong arid weir ^ver since. Two boxes of Doan's 'Kidney Pills did all this." 1# 8 Every Picture ellsaStorv' 11. the light of four or five common lamps or of two ordinary round wick lamps and gives the lovely white light of the electric or gas light and to do so only uses the oil of one single com mon flat wicked lamp, at our home, by actual test an Aladdin lamp burned a pint of common kerosene oil in twelve hours of steady burning. WALLACE. Mrs. Thompson passed away at her home in Wallace Monday afternoon. She leaves to mourn her death one daughter, Mrs. Holver Sand of Aber deen. We extend our sympathy to the sorrowing relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Faehn spent Sunday with Mr.s. Faehn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Groves. Carl and Frank Hallauer have sev eral horses and colfts sick 'with lung fever. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Campbell and Minnie Morgan called on Carl Hal lauer Saturday evening. Carl is a capital cook when it comes to serving lunches. Mi*. Glass, of Watertown, gave a speech in the Wallace hall Saturday night. Chris Gulbraa is helping H. L. Mor gan with his farm work. Gordon Best and wife are visiting friends and relatives here this week. Claude Brown is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Huppler called at (he Wm. Campbell home last Friday. Calvert Johnston, who is attending business college in Watertown spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Campbell and daughter, Fern, were Sunday visitors at Mr. Briggs'. Childs Glembin and wife called on Clarke Morgan's Saturday afternoon. The nice weather of last week brot tor, being a proper prohibition man, forth a number of ducks and geese is allowing his people to have a chance to go to the city and hear the temperance lecture to be given on Sunday at three o'clock at the Met ropolitan theatre, by Judge Pollock, of Fargo, North Dakota, and other speakers of note. Thes'p addresses for men only are to be worth your while we are told. Better try to be present and hear them if possible. Judge Pollock is said to be one of the finest speakers in the west and a very able man along the line of talk to be given you this coming Sunday. Last week Carl Hallauer sold one of his valuable horses to John Best of Florence but now is the proud own er of two new ones, also a nice little buggy. I'll bet some little girlie will have a ride. I'm glad you liked the poetry, Eden. Just wait a while, and we'l have some more. Chas Heustis, formerly of Bradley, but now of Montana, is here visiting his daughters, Mrs. Goodspeed and Mrs. Mintrorn of Wallace. KRANZBURG. Miss Mary Murray, of Watertown, visited with friends and relatives at Kranzburg this week. Nick Ries was a business caller at THIRD STREET. Mrs. M. Endeward, 404 Third avenue S. W., Watertown says: "Soon after my kidneys got dis ordered," I had a sharp pain across my back when stooping. I could hardly straighten without catching hold of' something for support. I had little ^control over the kidney secretions and they were very dis tressing. I seemed to be getting wotde all the time. Finally I took Doan's Kidney Pills and they ave me quick* and lasting relief.**^.: a S S 5^ |&>Id a£all?draggist and gagta# ttgtes, 50c |y FOSTER-MILBUKN CO.,- "''•'liiihWewi R* Watertown Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lenartz visited at the John B. Fox home Thursday. The program at the public school Monday evening, which was conduct ed by Miss Nora Murray, the teacher, was well attended, and everybody was more than well satisfied with the ef forts of the children and teacher, as everything was done up brown. John Ries was a business caller at Watertown Monday. Jack, Mary and Barbara Byer of Altamont, visited at the John B. Fox home Sunday. Nick Haan was a business caller at Watertown Thursday last. Jack Fischer was a visitor at the Joe Fox home Sunday and Monday. Willie Sclilosser was a Watertown caller Sunday. Charlie Lenartz and John Ries and wife, of Castlewood, visited at the Steve Lenartz home Sunday. Tony Lehnen and Jack Johnson, Tommy Burns, Jimmie Corbett, Bat tling Nelson, Stanley Ketchel, alias McKinley Abbott, paid the burg a little visit Monday evening and came near cleaning our little burg up to nuthin'. Mexicans Kill an American Postmaster Washington, March 18.—Secretary Bryan today ordered an official inves tigation .of the death of Frank V. Johnston, postmaster at Talcate, Cal., who was killed and burned by Mexi cans Saturday night, while defending his office. The military authorities Spring' is BreaKing' BacKs are Aching' Backache is often the first sign of some form of kidney 'disease that has been coming on for ^months. Look for other signs —lame back, sharp pains when stooping or lifting, dizzy spells, nervousness or despondency, with irregular, ^painful or distressing action of the kidneys if these signs Sexist, decide that the kidneys need attention, ere the trouble turns to gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease. 5* AVENUE' Albert Nufor, carpenter, 921 B. Avenue N. E., Watertown, says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills to good advantage for kidney trouble. Another of my family has also had great benefit from them when suf fering from rheumatic pains. Doan's Kidney: Pills have given genuine and lasting relief, and I know of, no better remedy. I gave Doan's Kidney- Pills public endor sement a few years ago and you may continue tising^gthat state ment." it m,-* *r ETURN to the grocer all 'sub-' stitutes sent you for Royal Bak ing Powder There is no sub-^ statute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and, healthful. Powders offered as sub stitutes are made from alum. from Ft. Rosecrans already are iny tigating. The killing occurred on Americ soil and is said by officials to within the jurisdiction of Califor state authorities. None of the foreign governments whom Secretary Bryan transmit! copies of General Caranza's last ri on the rights of the American con to look after foreigners in Mexico, made any response. Secretary Bry declined to comment on Caranz note but it is taken to be significant his purposg that the secretary sta: that he will continue to instri American consuls to intervene to tect foreigners in the war zone cisely as formerly. Rear Adrni Fletcher reported everything quiet Vera Cruz and Tampico. Bitter Feeling Over It. San Diego, Cal., March 18.—Bitt feeling, caused by the killing Saturd night of Frank Y. Johnston, postm ter at Tecate, near the Mexican der, and the burning of the Unit States customs office .and postoffice bandits, continued today. Secretary of State Bryan and ernor Hiran Johnson of Califoni have been asked by relatives of dead man to make investigation of affair. According to information ceived here, three bandits, said to Mexicans, shot Johnston through heart when he refused to give combination to the safe. A posse sued the bandits. For Sale—Good seed barley, "igri on breaking. Free, from wild 60c per bushel. Horswill Lond cy. 4 Read this home testimony and then give Doan's Kidney WATERTOWNf CASES SELF-TOLD ft*® Sx FIRST STREET. Mtb. E. E. Boyd, 311 First street S. *Wi5S!Watertown, says -. "The fife constant stooping and lifting in my housework brought on kidney trou ble. There was never a. time when I was free from backache or some other symptom of kidney weak ness. I finally began taking Doan's Kidney Pills. 1 have been prac tically free from kidney complaint since and 1 am healthier and fttjronger in every way- 1 am grateful to Doan's Kidney Pills for what they have done for me."