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:n 5 'V-v ft 1 !.s, telS® SK *1 ,r Watertown Visitors County Commissioner Paterson at tended a meeting of the county dads held Tuesday at Watertown. Dr: Tarbell autoed up from Watertown, Monday, to get his son, Dr. Glee Tar bell, who filled Dr. Spencer's dental date in Henry.—Henry Independent Attorney C. D. Sterling went to Wa tertown tonight to attend the funeral of Alex Davison, a pioneer of Coding ton county, it will be remembered that Mr. Davison's daughter. Miss Ruth Davison, was principal of thd school department of the State Scho.ol and Home several years ago.—Red field Journal-Observer. W. W. Rounds closed his eottage at Lake Kampeska for the summer last Friday and moved back to Conde. Mrs. Geo. Windson, of Red Oak, la., arrived last week for a visit at the D. B. Butler home and in company with Mr. Butler and daughter and grandson, made an auto trip to Wa tertown Monday with Carl Sw^nscfti —Conde News Per. "Dr. Staley and son, William, and Adolpli Stoltz autoed to Watertown, Monday, Miss Lydia Kaaten de parted for Watertown Monday where she has a situation. B. E. Riscli and family, of Watertown, spent Sun day at the Delore Venie farm home. Miss Myrtle Wojter from Water town, who has been a guest at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kasten, returned home Monday.—Hazel Register. J? v, Airs. T. C. Lovaas, who spent about two weeks at Watertown, taking med ical treatments at. Luther hospital, re turned Saturday. '. Julius Bjornlie, of Watertown, spent several hours here Tuesday shaking hands with hi "many old time friends. Eugene Williams, of Hendricks, Minn., spent, several hours here Tuesday en route to Watertown. Mrs. ,OIe SynscnJ and fon, Harold, returned from Wa tertown last Thursday morning,"To .• onto Herald. .-t. JMJ Mrs. R. L. Whfte spent Tuesdav in Watertown. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rohrbach are spending today in Wa tertown. Mrs. Gatcbell, of Water town, has been a guest of her sister, Miss Hattie Pickles, here the first of the week. Dave Gabel spent over Saturday night in Watrtown. Ray Hart and family, of Watertown, were Sunday visitors at the G. C. Griffin home.-.""'. Mrs. C. Blodgett returned to Wateftown last Thursday evening after several days visit at (the G. A. Sc id more home- herei—Clark Courier. S. B. Crothers transacted business In Watertown Wednesday. Vienna Hogie from Watertown, visited with her cousins', Goldie and Sadie Hogie, last week. Mr. Hager went to Wa tertown Monday evening to meet an old schoolmate whom he had not seen for some time. Byron Sour and family, Wm. and John Trumm and families attended the funeral of the lake J.ohn Sours of Watertown, Satur day. Gladys Lindstrom had her ton sils removed last week at a hospital in -Watertown and has recovered in fine shape.—Hayti Herald. Mrs. S. A.. Harkins was a visitor to .Watertown Thursday of last week. Mioses Genie and Gertrude Eakins re turned Saturday from a few days' visit at Watertown. Raleigh Gordon re turned to his home at Watertown fol lowing a few days' visit with friends and relatives here. Mrs. Geo. Christopherson returned Saturday from Watertown, where she had been yisL,ting friends. Hter son, Hlarold, who is attending, school at Henry, met his mother at Watei'town and came down with her to spend Sunday at borne.—Gary Inter State. E. E. Taft was a passenger for Wa tertown this morning. D. W. Steele was down from Watertown Tuesday on business. Miss Elizabeth, Siem was a passenger for»Watertown last Thursday morning. Mrs. P. E. Carff and Mrs. F. V. Higgins are spending the day at Watertown. .... A. M. John son TO4 G. A. Petfit were down from T^atertown this week -looking after their farming interests. Mrs. Bert Bowns went to Watertown this morn ing to visit her husband, who is in a hospital at that place. It is expected he will return home tfith her this ev ening.—Willow Lakes News. Hugh Scanlan and wife, Mrs., John Scanlan and Mrs. Lei and Rhodes autoed to Watertown Saturday. .. The Misses Margaret ithodes and Esther A Vicious Pest CORN Aplin were at Watertown and Satur-" day to visit their schoolmate, Miss Fern Martin. Irene Little was taken sick very suddenly Thursday and in Dr. Mclntyre's absence Dr. Edsali of Wallace waS tailed and the case was pronounced appendicitis. Accompanied by her parents she was taken to Wa tertown the same evening where it was discovered that treatment was all that was necessary, She returned Tuesday evening much to the delight of all her friends.—Bradley Globe. John Towers, Jr., was operated on at the hospital in Watertown last Fri day for a peculiar ailment. John is a young fellow and for some time had been threatened with a case of lumpy jaw. Specialists were undecided as to what was the matter, and several X-ray examinations were made before it was discovered that John's wisdom tooth had got a bad start and was growing dowm instead of up. The t.ooth was persistent and spsead John's jaw in forcing its way through. The operation was successful and the tooth was removed. It was the first instance of the kind the doctors ever 'hc^ard o!f whene the* wisdom tooth went wrong.—Clear Lake Courier. Frank Schoepp and family spent Sunday at Watertown with friends. Mrs. Percy Sweeney spent the fore part of the week in Watertown to be near her brother who was in the hos pital. Monday was a holiday for the mail men and Ed. Whittaker and family went to Watertown. Prof. Reinmuth went with them. Gen. C. H., Englesby, Judge Carpenter and Guy Willson were over from Water town Wednesday. The forjsier called at this, office and we enjoyed meeting him. Mr. Englesby has just been ap pointed chairman Of the republican central committee and we look for something.' to be "didding" in that line in the near .futuje.—South- Shore Republican A Mrs. L. C. Stafford visited friends in Watertown Thursday.. Mrs. John Barklev visited relatives in Water town a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Buskrud and Mrs. Leo Walsh autoed to Watertown Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Schoenberger, of Wa tertown were calling on friends here Wednesday. ... Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Schrick, of George, la., and 'Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schrick, of Watertown, visited at the Ed Castle home last Tuesday. The Hazel Swastika club ladies were entertained at the home of Mrs. A. Melhara in Watertown, Sat urday. They made the trip via the auto route. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ault, Rolla, Milo and Archie Ault, Mrs. Will Adams and Anna Weelborg autoed--*®^ Watertown., last- Thursday. —Hazel Register. ADD VISITORS J* Ole Beck returned Tuesday from a visit at Watertown. H. L. McMan ners was an over-Sunday visitor at Watertown Miss Grace Arthur^ after several weeks' visit with rela tives in this city, returned to her home in Watertown Wednesday even-» ing. .- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker au-j toed to Watertown Sunday to visit relatives and friends, returning in the Averting ?1, Henry Jackson iacted as chauffeur?'5? Mrs. Thos. Durkin and daughter came down from Watertown he first of the week for a visit with her parents 7 miles we3t of Estelline and also her sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank -A Cotton Seed Meal, Oil Meal, Shorts, Bran and Ground Feeds, THE SATURDAY MEWIF, WATEWOWN. 8. & Baker. Mrs. Forrest Mai'Vln catae down from Watertown Wednesday for a visit at the hqme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Busick, living ea£t of this city.—Estelline Tribune Alfred Anensin was a Watertown Visitor Thursday. Judge Nicholson of .Watertown, was in this vicinity Tuesday looking after land interests. .' Miss Florence Ustrud left for Wa tertown Sunday to resume her high school studies, this being her senior year. Dr. and Mrs. Edsali were Wa tertown visitors today (Thursday). E. A. Adams, wife and daughter, were in Watertown last week Saturday where the former attended a meeting of the bank directors. Enoch Mad sen went to Watertown Monday to consult doctors in regard-to throat trouble. Reuben Faehn of Water town, visited relatives and friends in this vicinity over Sunday. Brick Lindgren and family left for Water town the latter part of last week where they will make their future home. Irene, daughter of Jesse Lit tle, of Bradly, was taken to Luther hospital, Watertown, last Thursday evening. Her case was diagnosed as acute appendicitis but an operation was not necessary.—Wallace Scout. Walter Miller, auditor for the Mel ham Bros. Lumber Cp., came up from Watertown Wednesday and spent a few hours among friends. Judge Joihn Nicholson spent a few hours in this city Monday evening, visiting bis several friends. Andrew Ristvedt went to Watertown Tuesday morning to attend the September meeting of the board of county commissioners. Wm. Martin, who had charge of the Florence Cafe a year ago' and who has since been living at Water town, was in town a short time Wed nesday visiting friends, Don't let yourself get caught in Watertown now nights in an auto "with headlights shinifeg full blast. /Put on dimmers of some kind before some policeman catches ymi and inquires into the mat ter. Miss. Katherine Gusso and Mr Joseph Gabert were united in marri age at Watertown. Wednesday, Sep tember 6th, Judge John Nicholson of: ficia ting Only immediate relatives witnessed the ceremony. The happy young couple are at home for the present at the home of the-, bride's par: ente, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gusso.— Florence Forum. |L KWKvi v. •. JVliss Florence Rude spent a few days last' week with friends in Wa tertown. E. E. Cooper, of Water town, was a visitor in this city be tween trains last Thursday. Miss Esther Pierce left Friday evening for Watertown where she teaches in the public schools. ... Mrs. Russell Jen sen came down from Watertown Monday morning for a short visit with her parents, ,-Mr and Mrs. C. Gamble. Francis Pickett and family, of Trent, spent Sunday at the Chidester home in this city while enroute home from Watertown by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Paul came down from Watertown Friday morning for a few days' visit with the former's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Paul. Miss Margaret Campbell, who has occupied the position as stenographer for Prof. E. D. Stivers, the past three years, resigned her position and departed Friday evening for Watertown, where she will visit a short time before go ing- to her home at Ogilvie,- Minn. Sale Meat Meal, Meat Scrap, Poultry Bone Meal,. Blood Meal, Charcoal, Ground Alfalfa, Gluten Feed, Ground Chicken Ration and Mixed Whole Grain for Chickens. Digester Tankage for Hogs Blatchford's Calf Meal for Calvei!" Kampeska Milling Co. Call at Mi] hone 2117 Pope-Wheelock Mfg.^Co^ WATKETOWN SOUTH DAKOTA Manufacturers of S^^hts, Ornamental Hip Shingles, Bidgeroll -Water Tanks and All Kinds of Sheet Metal Work. ^|. Work and Sted OejOing a Specially. ^^^^^virff^W^shine sag Ai/t Work and Repairing. Storage Battery Service Station. J,All Makes of Batteries Sold, and^Jharged. ^rnd Qak Hurop Ftirnaeea.—Complete 1ffis^3lai .Head Lights for Tracto«i. J^lue Cutters. Belt Guides. Spark Sis* lit SI Wtmg Itegina Bdt Guide and Shifter. Automatic^ Machifl«|^^^^ During her stay in thls^tty Misai Campbell has made a host of JM^nds who egret to Bee hei- ^pari^-BVook togs Home,.|Hessenger. Lloyd Hyde was a Sunday visitor at Watertown. Miss Marguerite Wix, of Watertown, is attending flchool here. Theo. C. Akin was a Water town business visitor last Thursday. Irving Williamson came down from Watertown Tuesday t?„ arrange for entering State CoHfeg Classes in journalism will be taught in the Huron high school the coming year, junior and senior pupils in English taking the course, E. R. Bennett, of Wa tertown, was here Monday on business Mr. Bennett expects to move to this city, if he can find a residence, to educate his children. Mr. Fred Wasson came down from Watertown Tuesday to accompany his wife home. She had been here visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Austin. John Culhane, Sr., and family and •the John Culhane, Jr., family are spending the week at Watertown vis iting his daughter^ fMrs.- Fred Shin- nick, and family. iJj^Chas. Winkler, Jr., at one time head'miller for Geo. P. Sexauer & Co., but now of Water town, was married there Sunday to MIbs Bertha Schwandt. The ceremony was performed by the Lutheran min ister. Mr. Winkler is now- in the grocery business at Watertown and his bride is one of the nice young ladies at that place.—Brookings Reg ister K. E. Seiin made a. business trip to Watertown Saturday. G. G. Ostroot spent. Sunday with his family at Wa tertown. Rev. Mr. Harden was at Watertown Saturday. Row Mr Crossley went to Wateftown Satur day and had an operation performed for a growth in his throat. Edwin Gillis was down from Watertown last Thur".iiay evening. Mrs. A. I. Wip gin, of. Watertown, •. arrived Tuesday evening to visit her friend, Mrs. Cleveland. The carpenters-:.working on the new school house: went to Wa tertown Saturday. Quite a few ladies from here autoed to Watertown to attend the 'club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Melham, Sat urday afternoon. Geo. M. Johnson spent Saturday and Sunday in Water town. His father came down with him in the car Sunday. MLss Cora Lee came, tip from Lake Preston Mon day evening and commenced clerking for Knadle & Soim the next day. Jay Garwood, of Faulkton, stopped off here Saturday for a^jsit with his daughter, Miss Myrtle,',' on his way home from Watertown. Mrs. W- S. Bergstfesser returned home Friday night -from Watertown where she was operated on for appendicitis. She is getting along fine. Gus and Harry Eggen, Selmer Brekke, Albert Bork an.d Royal Olmsted were'at Water town Monday, making the trip in the latter's auto. Chas. E, Gills and daughter, Mrs. A. J. Frederickson, are spending today at Watertown. Ar thur Rockvan went to Watertown this morning to have an operation for ap pendicitis.—Vienna Standard. Violet Burge made a brief visit to friends at Watertown Thursday of last week. W. P. Davie returned here Monday morning to resume work in the elevator of the Farmers Grain and Produce Co., after spending Sun day with his family, in Watertown. Mrs. Ed. Johnson and children, who have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Gerhard Lantinga for several weeks, returned to their home in Wa tertown the latter part of last week. Chas. Adams went up to Water town Saturday evening and returned with a Dodge automobile, one of the most practical medham sized cars on the market and one that always gives satisfaction. J. J. Bnenett and wife' from Watertown spent Sunday visit ing relatives and some of their many friends in Castle wood, their former home for a number of years, or until the- fall nt 191ft when they moved to Watertown. Paul Preston and wife left here Monday evening via Water town for their home in Rock Island after spending a week enjoying the pleasures of a visit and a summer vacation and outing. While here they were guests at .the home of J. C. Pres ton. Their visit was enjoyed and ap preciated by their friends here. Miss Esther Luebke went up to Wa tertown on Thursday of last week and from there departed via Aberdeen over the Milwaukee for Stevensville, in the Bitter Root Valley, Mont., where she will for the third consecutive season occupy- the position of teacher in the high school of that place. Miss Es ther is highly Qualified tor the work and is meeting with merited success. —Caetliewopia Republican f^rABE YOU LOOKING OLD? fOld age comes quick enough without Inviting it Some look old at forty. That is because they neglect the liver and bowels. Keep yonr liver healthy aial yonr bowels regular and yon wilt not Qtdy 'feel younger but look young er.^ When troubled with constipation or bViOusness take Chamberlain's T|tb lets. They are intended epecially for these ailments and are oxceJlent Easy ta.jMn and miMt zgreeabte The Watertown iting- and Bind- cabinets, storage cases, cabinets for legal blanks or maps or Insurance policies, day books, journals, ledgers, bound or loose leaf, etc., etc. Supplies We keep stock of office supplies on hand, such as typewriter paper, second sheets, ribbons, typewriter brushes, oil also waste paper bas kets also, clips of all kinds, filing devices, office pins, pencils, erasers, pens, penholders, letter files, bill files. Invoice files, transfer flies etc., etc.: Safe Cabinets The \Watertown Printing and Bind ing Co. has recently equipped various offices in Watertown with safe cab inet? properly arranged for preserv ing books and valuable papers. 'fboBe desiring to assure safety for their pa pers at comparatively smatl expense should consult us if in need of any. thing'Of-the sort. We think we can save local customers money besides giving them, high grade goods We shall be pleased to point out'to any" prospective purchaser where sonSb of these modern devices may be exam», Ined and inquired about. We have equipped various offices In Watertown and vicinity, and will? be glad to an opportunity to show these goods In active use. Comparisons Invited The Watertown Printing and Blnd ing Co. does not expect all the busi ness in its line within Watertown's trade territory, but It Invites an op portunity to show its goods, and It especially suggests tnat as a home institution it is prepared to offer what it believes to be real fiargaltta In gen eral office supplies, in stationery, In equipment and in- specialties. For Instance ^,-^f Do you use rubber'bands? We have them. Do you use typewriter paper? We have It. Do you use paper clips? .We 'have themS?-4 .,W Do you use typewriter ribbons? We have them. Do you use stationery? We have It. Do you use inks? "i We have them. Do you use pastes? -'./We have them. Do you use pens?3S§|| We have themf Do you use pencil'? ,, We have them. r'-1 Oo you use. card trays? We have them. Do you use fountain pans We have them—money .back Iff: dissatisfied. Do you use pencil sharpeners? We have them—$2.50 and 91 each? Do.you use Blue Print? We have It Phone orders filled for any "he city fjyiuyr^T^riiyfi «F ft •s»jt 5 9 if ing Co. calls attention to Its axeolleot line of office supplies, it la able to if outfit an office•- complete—^ chairs, typewriter chairs, typewriter stand*, typewriters, typewriter paper, carbon paper, second (heat* filing ii-V r^ fv* 4 r.jf ft?