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Saturday news. (Watertown, S.D.) 19??-19??, June 01, 1916, Image 5

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Try Our Parcel Post Delivery Service.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
':0 PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS.
Special Attention to Collections and
Bankruptcy Matters.
Offices "8 and 9 Lamm Block,
Telephone 2525 Watertown, S. D.
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Geo. H. Marquis, Lawyer. (Ex-Judge
circuit court.) Heegaard Block. ,26tf
Mrs. H. W Vaux is vigiting friends
in Wisconsin
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W N. Skinner, former state's at
torney of Hatolin, ^as in the city yes
terday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Mathiesen, of Na
ples, visited friends the fore part
of the week, in this city.
Hon. A. J. Lockhart, of Clea/Xake,
was in town yesterday, attending to
business matters. ¥5
Miss Geraldine Mclntyre" returned
last week from the twin cities, where
she visited her sister, Mrs. W. D.
Burcalow, and other friends.
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Dr. C. W. Sherfey departed last
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will not injure most delicate finish
It's the Very Best
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Your money back if not satisfactory.
Chas. F. Halbkat
Jeweler and Scientific Optician
Watch Inspector for Four Railroads
WATERTOWN, S. D.
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Saturday morning for points in Mis
souri to spend a few days at the
home of his parents.
Miss Olive Collins ^'arrived from
Gary yesterday morning to do some
shopping and to visit friends for the
day.
Mrs. James Stronks, of Iowa City,
arrived in Watertown for a brief visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gil
more.
When it comes to eatables one
cannot afford to buy poor stuff.
The health is the main thing to
consider) -You^are riot considering
It when you buy second and third
qualities. Purchase 'the best pos
sible, but that does not mean that
yott must pay ridiculously high
prices. Compare our goods with
those sold. elsewhere at higher
prices. Then you'll come back
here* and stay with us, because you
will know that our goods are su
perior, if riot cheaper.
111 Kinds oi Fine Cookie^ andlCrack
ers. Fruits and Vegetables. ^ITeas
and coffees.
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THE SATURDAY NEWS, VfATERTOWN, S. B.
THE fjEWEST OF SEW DRINKSs
Sundae
Not only for tKe'.WjatiirtOwn^tiraiuates'lwt
for everyone that likes GOOD things:
Jree to the Childreli
S.tefear^uring the OPENING
"Wix": Famous Icc
^#Crcam Cone ',
Bring the Children with you and ALL be.
HAPPY.
"WIX" THE DRUGGIST takes pleaLl^ure^in knnounbing tliat his SECOND ANNUALQFOUNTAIN OPENING willtake place
FRIDAY, JUNE 2nd, and SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd. PURITY, QUALITY and SERVICE will be the watch words at this OPENING
and AS ALWAYS. That is why people say "buy at 'WIX' THE DRTGGIST and 'RELY' on what you buy." FREE ICE CREAM
CONES FOR THE CHILDREN and CAPE JASMINE FLOWERS for the LADIES, these flowers, so dainty, coming from the SUN
NY SOUTH BEING SO DIFFERENT from other flowers, pleased the ladies so much last year that we decided to give them
again this year. Come and bring the children and friends. ife'2
ONLY THE RICHEST and PUREST ICE CREAM, FRUITS and SYRUPS are used at OUR FOUNTAIN .and SUNDAES, SODAS
land FANCY DRINKS are made by people who know how. COME jind LET US PLEASE YOU.
Some of the NEW DRINKS and SUNDAES we are SERVING: "WIX" Watertown BOOSTER SunSae, "WIX Cherry Lupe
Sundae, "WIX" BILLY NUT Sundae, "WIX" DAKOTA -Sun Shine- Sundae, "WIX" GRADUATION SUNDAE, FESTINO Special,
"WIX" WILSON HIGH BALL [This is Note Rule or Neutral,] "WIX" ROOSEVELT PUNCH [Without the BIG STICK,] "WIX*'
MARSHMALLOW FLOAT, "WIX" THIRST QUENCH, Fresh Lime Freeze, Fresh Mint Julep.
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Mrs. Ed Lovre, of Toronto, who
had been in Luther hospital for sev
eral weeks, \yas able to return to her
home last week, Mr. Lovre coming
up to escort her to Toronto.
G. "W. Case delivered the memorial
address at Doland last Tuesday, thus
making three Watertown citizens to
be caHed away for that purpose.
Stephen Hentges came up from
Yankton the last of last week to visit
his brother, Jbhn, and to look over
the clothing store hdre. The Hentges
have a series of clothing stores in
Iowa and South Dakota.
The local,.cljapter of the Daughters
of :he American Revolution formally
presented to the high school a state
fl^g this week, Mrs. E. B. Keator,
state regent, making the speech of
presentation. Professor Newman re
sponded with an interesting talk..
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Clyde Hinckley, who has been the
local managre for W. C. Nissen, will
become the manager for the Overland
about the first of July, the new gat
age to be erected by
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W.'C. Nisseri was down from Ab
erdeen the fore part of the week, at
tending to business matters and con
ferring with his local manager here.
The first open-air concert of the
season was given Tuesday night at
the houre house square. A large and
appreciative audience was present.
The faculty favored the graduating
class with a Lake Kampeska picnic
Tuesday afternoon and gave a ban
quet at the Lincoln hotel last even-
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ing the Goss block.
James' F.' Barnes died at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. E. H. Cheno
wjth, in this city, last Tuesday. Mr.
and'Mrs. Barnes came to Watertown
less than two months ago and he was
taken ill while visiting here. The
deceased Was 88 years of age. The
remains were taken to Alden, la., for
intcmeht, Mr. and Mrs. Chenowith
and Mrs. Barnes accompanying them.
A large numbbr of Watertown peo
ple went down to Kranzburg yester
day morning to be present at the wed
ding of Miss Ada Lenzmeier and Mr.
Fred Bastian., The ceremony took
place in-the Catholic church, Rev.
Father Zimmerman officiating. Fol
lowing a wedding breakfast, the young
people left «for Grinnell, la., where
they will| make their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ransom and
daughters, Carroll and Alice, arrived
in the city last evening from Mit
chell. Mr. Ransom came up to at
tend to business matters and visit
friends for a few days and expects
to return home Saturday, but Mrs.
Ransom and the dhildren will remain
in the city during the next three or
four months, to enjoy the lake
breezes.
Sealed bids will be received by F. C.
Grow, clerk of the Congregational
Society up to 15 p. th., June 10, 1916,
for the purchase of the present Con
gregational church edifice. Bidder to
stale at what exact date he will clear
site. The building must be disman
tled as the trees on site will not per
mit of bUildittg being moved intact.
We bake anything that any, pther
bakery does, and charge no more and
deliver at your home die same day~it
is baked. For quick delivery^ phone
CITY BAKERY
1 will hold a SPECIAL SALE Friday
On Ladies Triqpti
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The right to reject any and all bids
is reserved by the board of trustees.
Addreea all bids in sealed envelopes
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If You Can't Come for What You Want, Phone or Order bv Mail
The Peerless Orator
Has been engaged for an address
Watertown CHAUTAUQUA
•P Friday, June 30, at 3 P. M.
Your only chance this summer to hear the great Commoner,
who grows stronger still in platform power as yeans'go'by
j| I A PLAIN AND POWERFUL ADDRESS 0^
LIVEfQUESTIOfilS OF GREAT INTEREST.
FARM GAPS
The Cyclone Victor Sate is the final word in
gate building.
Frames are of high-carbon steel tnbing, heaviiy
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W. J. BRYAN
clerk of First Congregational
Churrh Society of Watertown, S. B."
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