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9 mi' i. ^, .. :&£ Ls/i i1 1 AT st: xi ,lV fifp's .. $11 irif Iter ii T*t iVjf 'i A**"' v-'fixTr,^ Ai 8EK /I I* 1 Watertown Visitors Miss Helen Horswill, of Water town, spent the fore part of the week visiting with friends in Castlewood. While here she was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Burge.— Castlewood Republican. Mrs. Thomas Wilson went to Wa tertown Monday evening. Ole An finson left Monday morning for Rock Kapids, Iowa, where he will assist the Watertown Plumbing and Heating Co., who have a large contract in that city.—Hayti Herald. John H. King was over from Wa tertown, Saturday, and while here called on the Republican editor and left a good democratic dollar. John says to tell all the democrats to stay by the party and let the republicans do their own housecleaning. Call again, friend King.—South Shore Re publican. Carl Waldo and Carl Bolfany were at Watertown, Friday. Mrs. Henry Spilde and daughter, Lillian, were at Watertown, Thursday, to spend the day. Mrs. 1). H. Chase went to Watertown, Wednesday morning, to spend the day with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Stoeckel.—Willow Lakes News. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Scott and R. C. Bvrde drove to Watertown, Monday afternoon. The former went to meet Mr. and Mrs. Fred livaris and daugh ter, of Albee, who came to spend a few days, Fred having been called down this way by the serious illness of his father who lives at Arlington. —Lake Norden Hnterpnse. Judge John Nicholson, of Water town, was in (own a short time, Tues day. Arley, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Dare Beard, is at Luther hospital at Watertown. having his, eyes treated. "Uncle Dick" Halse, wife and son, Roy, spent Saturday in Walertewn. They drove down in the new Overland.—Florence Forum, Memorial Dav, Tuesday, May 30th,! will be observed in Revillo this year as in former years, wit.li song, music and a public address. The committee in charge are rapidly getting the ar rangements shape. The LaBolt band has been secured to furnish] music during the day. lion. W. S. Glass, of Watertown, will be the prin-] cipal speaker of the day.— Revillo Item. Mr. aiif! Mrs. J. lienj. Graslie were Watertown passengers this morning. Rev. W. A. Harden Watertowned Tuesday Rob't Kossman visited with friends at Watertown, Tuesday. Mesd.-i nies Geo. Barr and J. Heber were visitors at Watertown, Tuesday. Mr. rnd Mrs. Louis Peterson, Lou Jorgensf and the M'^ses Lenora and Pearl Hanson made up a. Watertown party yesterday Mans and Charlie Rasmuscen wo.fe at Watertown yes terday interviewing the doctors con cerning ease of appendicitis the latter has.—'Vienna Standard. •. W. E. Kuhl. of the Lawyer's Co-op eration Publishing Co., who had been in Watertown in the interests of the company, came to Redfleld, Thursday morning.—Uedfleld Journal Observer. Mrs. S. PeWm.eyer.--ot Watertown, Is visiting at the A. Feldmeyer home this week. Rr. Mclntyre was a passenger to WatertQpn, Wednesday evening, returning Thursday evening. Mrs. C. J. Christiansen and chil dren spent Friday with her husband at the hospital in Watertown and re ports him to be doing nicely—Brad ley Globe. Miss Leoiia Schliessman visited friends and relatives in Watertov^n, over Sunday. Mmes. A. W. and F. A. Bartels spent Thursday of last week in Watertown. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Filbert went to Watertown by auto last Friday for a visit with rel atives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Eidem, who live up near Mari etta, came down from Watertown, Wednesday morning, where they had •been visiting. Miss Elizabeth Walsh went to Goodwin, Friday evening, for a visit there and at Watertown. She returned, Sunday morning. Her sis ter, Miss Gertrude, of Garretson, N. D., who had been visiting afc Good win, came with her and visited here until Monday evening.—Gary inter State. Mrs. Ann Conklin Is spending to day in Watertown. F. W. Flavin was in Watertown attending to busi ness matters last Monday. L. Grimley and Walter Schmidskunz of Hazel, were in Naples last Saturday attending to business matters. Mrs. John Rider and daughter, Jessie, and Mr. J. A. Hembd and family autoed to Watevtown, last Saturday. Ella XJrdahl returned home on Monday from the Watertown hospital, where she underwent an operation for ap pendicitis last week. Mrs. R. D. Bally and Jessie Rider were in Wa tertown between trains, last Monday. Mrs. D. H. Pomeroy and son auto ed to Watertown Tuesday and was ac compapled home by Mrs. Krause, who had underwent an operation there.— Naples Correspondence Clark Cour ier. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilson and Mrs. S. Easthouse autoed to Water town, Tuesday afternoon. G. F. Pagel was transacting business in Watertown, Wednesday. Geo. and Will Strange made a quick trip to Watertown, Wednesday. Mrs. R. J. Arnold made the round trip to AVater town, Monday. A. N Forcht trans acted business in Watertown, Tues day. Nick Barrett, Sr., came out from Watertown, Saturday evening, for a short visit: with his sons. Ray mond Little made the round trip to Watertown via the Ford route, Thurs day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Scliickadanz, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Vock radt and Miss Anna Weelborg attend ed the show at Wat.ert.own, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Little and Mr. and Mrs. E. McDonald autoed to Water town. Friday, where they witnessed the "Peace" play.—Hazel Register. Mrs. A. G. Lovre, who has spent the past three weeks at Watertown, taking medical treatment, arrived home, Monday. Mrs. Lovre is much improved, but is yet quite weak. Mrs. Ole Synstad and son, returned from Watertown, Saturday, where they took the little fellow about three weeks ago to be under the doctor's care. A. Lovre, Ed Lovre, Mrs O Tuve, Caroline Evenson and Al ma Lovre autoed to Watertown, Fri day morning, for a several hours' visit with Mrs. Ed and Mrs. A. G. Lovre who are taking treatment at Luther hospital. I. A. Lovre went up to Watertown, Saturday, and he arrived with another new Studebaker auto mobile the same day. "Troop" has the agency for this machine and he ex pects to dispose of the one he has on hand in a few days. P. A. Emer son and Art Miller autoed up to Wa tertown, Friday, where they spent, the day attending to business and visiting with friends. Mrs. Emerson accom panied them to Estelline where she spent the day with relatives.—Toron to Herald. A. J. Phelps made a quick trip to Watertown, Tuesday. Jens Jesme was a Watertown passenger, Monday. Mrs. K. O. Thoe was out from Watertown, Friday, to attend the fun eral of Nils Lindgren. Miss Flor ence Ustrud, attending high school in Watertown, Sundayed at. home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Daley and son, Orlie, of Watertown, were visitors at Halvor Sunne's, Sunday. L. J. Clark called Monday while returning to his home in Watertown from Phipps township, where he did some building for J. C. Deniger. .. Clara Jameson, Tillie Halten, Charley Munson and Alfred Ananson autoed to Watertown Friday, returning next day. The Bricbell Construction company, of Watertown, has secured the contract for building the new bank at Conde, for $8,596. It. is to be fire proof, 24x 5G, work to start shortly. Our friend, D. K. Loucks, of Watertcwn, who was lately admitted to the bar, has opened an office in the Lamm block in the above city and will lam it to offenders of the law every chance he gets. Mr. Loucks is an excellent young man and we hope will meet with that success he so richly de serves.—Wallace Scout. Miss Victoria Anderson spent Sat urady in Watertown, shopping and visiting friends. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Vaughn were Watertown visitors Fri day afternoon, making the trip by au tomobile. Chas. Patterson returned to Watertown, Saturday evening, af ter spending the week here with his sister, Mrs. Chester Ecker. Mr. and Mrs. Ecker are now settled in the Ray Crimmen house, the former hav ing recently accepted a position in the Republican office. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Swift and Mesdames Ruby El lefson, E. H. White, W. S. Madden and W. A. Carter autoed to Water town, Thursday afternoon, to the performance of "The Battle Cry of Peace." The ladies remained until Saturday afternoon, the guests of Mrs. E. J. Crimmen. The out-of town relatives who were here to at tend the funeral services for the late Sarah J. Bennett, who died at her home in Arlington, May 14, were: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bennett and daugh ter, Daphne, of Watertown, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Gorman of Sioux Falls, Mrs. McEllen and daughter of Chica go, Mr. and Mrs. M.. J. Russell and E. B. Gorman of Hayti—-Castlewood Correspondence Lake Norden Enter prise. Mrs. Gllruth, of Watertown, was a guest of Clark friends, Monday. Al bert Nelson, of Willow Lakes, was a passenger from here Monday morning for Watertown. J. A. McGillivray spent paijt of last week in Watertown, returning home Friday. Dr. Bennett and R. W. Kelner mdtored to Water town, last Friday afternoon. A. Smedley, of Watertown, was attend ing to buainSss matters in Clark, Mon day. Margaret Turnbull returned to her home in Watertown, Sunday evening, after a short visit with Clark friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Scid more, Mrs. R. W. Kelner and Mrs. PAQEJIFENCING AND j^sgr^EL^psTS When you want the old reliable Page Fence, eitherin aheavy field fence, or liglit l|oultr$r netting, we can supply yon and at ftiightprice. Pom© in and see our NEW ever jwt THE SATURDAY ICE Prince Albert it told everywhere in toppy red bag*, 5c W. Brower returned Friday frcm an over night: stay in Watertown. Mrs. E. F. David, who recently underwent an operation at the hospital in Water town, was brought home Saturday night and is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brown and M. R. Brown motored to Watertown, last Friday afternoon, returning at night accompanied by Mrs. M. .Brown who had gone down in the morning on the train. Among those who motored from here to Watertown last Saturday were, Mrs. C. McClelland and children, Mrs. K. H. Dubach, Beatrice Hubbard, Margaret Herbisoii and W. Hubbard.—Clark Courier. The banks being closed in Water town, Tuesday, Miss Bessie, Cosgrove was off duty and spent the day at home in Henry. Miss Gladys Clegg went to Watertown, Wednesday morning to enter upon her new du-* ties as clerk in the Pettit dry ^ods store. The Naples school board, accompanied by an architect from Watertown, were in town Tuesday for the purpose of inspecting our high school building. Naples, it is under stood, plflns to build a modern school structure. Mrs. Joseph Plank, of Chatfield, Minn., arrived last Friday for an extended visit with her daugh ter, Mrs. E. R. Keyes and family. Mrs. Plank had been visiting relatives in Watertown prior to her arrivel in mn ?r-v «. •.• -r h, WATERTOWN, S. D. tidy red fine, 10c: handsome pound and half-pound tin humidor*—and— that clever cryetal-glaee pound humidor with eponge-moietenet top that keepa: the tobacco in each eplendid condition.<p></p>FRINGE if faiprc«* ICDRFPAR FOR SMOKERS UNDERTHE Process discovered,in *pKIK&,EXPERIMENTS TO Induce the most,:be i'&HiFUL^AND WHOLE!] pMEllT^B^GCpiFiOR^iG- iETTE) AN DiPiPE SMOKERS, riLJijiiiii i:IIII iniuHiiiiuiiii'! ijjWfaSKS \m tsesi. Winston IsaiLem JnIg. U.S!. ALI THiE NGUE MINI! Henry. The youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swanson met with a misfortune lately when she pushed a bed spring over on herself, breaking her limb between the hip and the knee. She is getting along nicely in Luther hospital. Henry is making great plans for the Chau tauqua week which comes the second week in June, beginning the 11th and continuing six days. Two excellent programs will be rendered each day, making twelve programs in all. Af ter each afternoon entertainment a ball game will take place. The Elrod team is to meet the Henry boys in a contest on one of these days.— Henry Independent. BILIOUS ATTACKS. When you have a bilious attack your liver fails to perform its func tions. You become constipated. The food you eat ferments in your stom ach instead of digesting. This in flames the stomach and causes nau sea, vomiting and a terrible headache Take Chamberlajn's Tablets. They will tone up your liver, clean out your stomach and you will soon be as well as ever. They only cost a quar ter.- Obtainable everywhere. Adv. 51-55 SEE CHRIST EN SEN About Your Spring Plants C'A. ALSO .-v •ife&SfsL'L isgW -.V Cut Flowers for all kinds or occasions '4 SUCH AS Funeral des ligns and Wedding Decorations a SPECIALTY. Phone 2555. if" •#&, Ml .'V •5 KEH something to sliw 4 '-w s, P. A. puts new joy into the sport of smoking! 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You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer fullest investment you ever made! ,'i 'iff "1, may live to be 110 and never feel old enough to vote, but it's cer tain-sure you'll not know the joy and contentment of a friendly old jimmy pipe or a hand rolled IR ALBERT R. J. Reynold* Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C. Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynold* Tobacco Co. Gust Hart, station agent and post master at Corona, committed suicide by shooting. He left a note to his wife, stating he had made a failure of life, and asking her forgiveness. •re "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN." Harriet Beecher Stowe's famous story of slavery before the Civil War is well represented in the dramatiza tion of this well known story, "Un cle Tom's Cabin," and as produced by Terry's excellent company, the pre sentation is an interesting one, and is given in its entirety just as depicted by the author. The company that Terry carries this season is equal to those that are seen in the larger city theatr'es, he having spared no ex pense to make the company one of the strongest entour, the cast is made up of the very best talent, the scenic and electrical effects complete, in fact, the show as put on by the Terry con.pany is spoken of by the press and public as a splendid presentation of the national drama. The musical part of the show this year is to be considered. Three bands and orchestras are carried that are the talk in every city visited, be ing composed of a high class array of solo musicians. The show is ad vertised to give one performance in Watertown on June 10th. Richard Blue, of Parker, while work ing around a rosebush in his yard found his pocketbook which he lost last fall. A $10 bill and two silver dollars which were in the pocketbooK when it' disappeared had been remov ed. VN bo a pX3 "W PBi cd tx a Ut a N 1 CO CJ a & C/3 a cc O CA cn wJCm Spring Time is Sewing Time Four Leading Makes to Select From SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS?? i. L. W. Cobke's Music House OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE 3 asVwe have saved ourselves money, by buying our stock of electric wires before the raise in priget Cbm§iri§nd let us before you let your contract *7? iu Hi id? convince you, DGI4JI?FIFIFES^YOUXJOB .^i| »-3.f I bMu. A it AV,.—/ i. Si:.