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I si JiiMJ-A-i 1 -v*r m#* TST*"8fB fjw -VA. Do not get the impression that in going to Western Can ada you are leaving the great centers of civilization for Win nipeg is a city of over 200,000 and is growing at the rate of over 20,000 a year. Many others although not quite so large are developing at a greater rate. This year there are 175 new towns being platted along new lines of railway and others are building ail the time. Now is the time to get in on the ground floor, get a piece of good land cheap and make some money without having to work for it. Cur lands are all close to good towns and shipping points and are in a country thickly settled with American people. Within th.e ne^t twelve months the Hudson's Bay Railway will be completed which will put the farmers of Western Can ada several thousand miles closer to tidewater and will enable them to get at least ten cents per bushel more for their wheat. Paper The Only Country that has Proved Good Enough for the American to Emigrate to. You can double the amount you now faking Are you satisfied with the money you are making? by buying some of our land. ., gx The soil of Western Canada contains more nitrogen, phosphoric acid and potasn, (the producing qual ities of any soil) than any soil in the United States —this, together with an abundance of rain and long days of sunshine account for the enormous crops which the farmers of that country get every year. §fs^spSj.A Field Wheat Are far in advance of any that have ever been offered before. 'ihey are simply Beautiful and not expensive. At a small expense we will Dress Your Home so artistically that you will be delighted at the change. Look our stock through and you will find many tempting patterns to select from. Tarbell & Williamson Paint Dealers REMOVAL NOTICE The Watertown City Bakery has moved from the Block to its fine new building on EAST KEMP AVENUE, East of Grand Opera House and opposite the Foley Block. .. ,f^| Designs Here we have all the best equipment known to bakers. X)ur cases are filled with Choice Cakes and Cookies. BALSIGER'I'BRill/j pa Made A the fine* flour obtainable- kneaded under sanitary and scientific conditions—baked in modern ovens fey men who know their business. J" Wl MLSIGE^ Propf ATUWSAY NEWS, WATERfO &ib*& tu ,% Western Canada. Myers Canada Land and Investment Company HEAD OFFICE 117 S. OAK ST. Incorporated WATERT0WN, SOUTH DAKOTA The Season's The Prices Range from $14 to $20 per Acre for Wild Land and higher for improved land. All Western Canada needs to make this land .worth $50 per acre is more people and at the rate they are coming In at the present time it will only be a few years before this land will be worth that much or more. We have a few exceptionally fine bargains which were picked up during the winter and the first buyers we take up will get advantage of them. Round Trip From Watertown $15.50 To all parties intending to buy land we will give the above rate whether they buy or not. It will take you only a few days to make a personal inspection of these lands. Write immediately jr EXCURSION DATES and addi tional information, or call at our office and see samples of the grains raised on these lands. li Girl Hobo Beats Her Way Through West Cheyenne, Wyo., May 6.—Alice Twomby, a 16 year old girl, who a few weeks ago "beat" her way through central Wyoming, imposing upon citi zens whose sympathies were aroused by her varigited stories, has shown up in this city, she having made her way through Wyoming into Montana, thence into South Dakota and back again into Wyoming, Anally reaching Cheyenne. She stated that her mother resides at Rapid City, S. D. ThO girl, during her journeyings, beat her way on trains, walked the railroad, and traveled in other ways that entitles her to her place among the professional hoboes. Throughout the region through which she traveled she has become known as the girl hobo. After creating a sensation in three states, and sustaining injuries by fail ing from the third story window of a county jail, Miss Alice Twombly has been taken in charge by her mother from Rapid City, S. D., and escorted to Portland, Ore., where she will be placed in charge of relatives who are able to control her. Her mother, Mrs. Celia Twombly, has for years been a resident of west ern South Dakota, and during the past year or two has been unable to fully control her daughter. FOR POPULAR VOTE. Washington, May 5.—The senate committee of Judiciary ordered a fav orable report on the resolution which has passed the house, to submit to the states a constitutional amendment for the election of senators by popular vote. DIVORCES GRANTED ible F. Benson has been granted a decree of divorce from Fred R. Benson in chambers session. .The plaintiff re tains the custody of a minor child. Property settlement was made out of court. At the same session Jno. Fahnes tock was also granted a divorce from his wife. 8T0P PAYING RENT. Six and 'tf&ven room cottages. I will give you a bargain on this property, These cottages have electric lights, telephones, cement sidewalk, cement cellars, Shade trees, lots 60 165 feet, only seven blocks oat. Also residence lots for sale. Six large room house, front tr^^ttice weli, big coal shed, lot 60x160. By taking at once $19UU. East Dakota Ave, ,Wm Kool,North side Grocery. 40tf J, B. Hanten and daughters Helen and Mary were In the cities last week and attended the Sheffield choir en tertainro^t v. Was Moved From Watertown May 1, 1807, and Now Goes Info Newt* work -"'V* The government land office which h»Beenlooated atAberdeen tor inore than thirty years, has been moved to Timber Lake. Territory Increased. On May 1, 1907, the Watertown at-' flee was consolidated- \jilhi4toat ot Aberdeen and th6 records whl&h had" been brought to that place from Sioux Falls togethej with what hadibeep ac a a town were brbught to Aberdeen. From that time on the Aberdeen of fice had Jurisdiction over all the lands within the counties of Roberts, Grant, Deuel, Codington ,Hamlin, Day, Marshall, Brown, McPheirson, Kd-: munds, Walworth and Campbell, and upon the, opening of the.Standiag Rook and Cheyenne reservations the territory west of the river to the east ern boundaries of Perkjne and Meaig counties was added Carfoadi bf Matter. According to the rules o£ the de partment, all records,, correspond ence -and the like of the office must be preserved, and what wtCfi' those .which were brought to Aberdeen from the Watertown office with the l&rge amounts which have accumulated since the office was established there, the total is Immense, and carloads of this matter have been sent to the new office at Timber Lake during the last several days. Records in Mall Sacks.' All these records have been packed In government mail Backs and have been sent in express and mail cars to the new office, and the total is con siderably moro than one hundred uf the largest mail sacks in use. Appointments. President Taft made the appoint ments for the office at Timber Lake, and named as register, Mr. Kribs, the present Incumbent of that position,and filling the vacancy caused by J. B, Adams' resignation as receiver by ap pointing Jacob L. Parrott of Mobridgo Carpententers in the Twin Cities Strike St. Paul, May 6.—One thousand un ion carpenters In St. Paul have gone on a strike. Approximately 1,000 Minneapolis carpenters alBO struck. Failure of builders and contractors to accede to a demand for an increase in wages from 45 to 50 cents an hour caused the men to strike. Strike leaders say the situation Is not as serious as it first seemed, many of the contractors and builders, espo cially the smaller ones, having agreed to the increased wage. U. S. Gunboat at Scene of China Revolution Hong Kong, China, May 5.—Foreign women are fleeing from the Canton district, where a condition of revolu tion has exlBted for a number of days. The rebels have captured the three largest CantoneBe towns, Samshui, Venchow and Woo Chow, which have been sacked by the rebels. Two hundred rebels were killed by fire from Chinese gunboats. All rail road traffic is suspended. Forty ltnpe rial soldieds were kilied a desperate fight at Faishan. The United States gunboat Wilming ton is patrolling the Canton river. The rebel leader is Wu Sam, who was educated In Japan. HIGH 8CHOOL NOTE8. Left over from last week. The freshman girls of the Y. W. C. A. entertained the other freshman girls Thursday afternoon The time was spent in social games and at the close of ihe afternoon, dainty refresh ments were served. The social com mittee felt sorry for the seniors who were rehearsing their play, and the people who were practicing for the farce, and invited them down and gave them something with which to satisfy their hunger Several of the boys have been re maining after school this last week, to make up the time which was losti during the school hours. The treasurer of the Y. W. C. A. has been busy lately trying to collect dues from the'members of the association. Miss Anna Meyers was a visitor at the high school-last Wednesday Mrs. Russel spoke (p the Y. W. C. A. girls Tuesday afternoon at their regu lar meeting. Mn. Russel conducted the missionary meeting for last month, so few being there and since she ts one of, the most Interesting speakers the girls hava heard, she waa asked to lead this monffi so that more might hear her. She spoke about the condi- Uons of child, Iaboi The track'meet Moved |p Timber Laid f" plannUiK^%l*avi^ cl^ mw her* May 11. •Wlsner division Sir debai^ Monday. ~fAtt«r'4he ctiuw lt arranged for a dObate tte" Western County jgiven «t,&eir next meeting. -—&.*• Av Hn, tast HMttai.JWOrnlng the jjl glass to ono ot the'.west dowi-iTfi#" high school was accidentally broken by one of the boya while .^laying ball. This is the first accident ot any kinfl which has happened to mar the new building. Monjlaf nifrfp placf offing the usual play rehearsal th»i«iUBift: mentp of the seniors were taken jjwi $helr caps and gowns. Miss Bolton has announced to her German classes that she will not ac cept a-position In -thehigh school for tiiSxt yeBr. Postoffice Employer Have Strenuous Time Commenting W Ute lst ot mky tho employees of the,Watertown postoffice will he called upon to perform almost a herculean task, that of counting and weighing all ni|ll that is received, at the focaU officealso sent out. Every day tor brio month every letter and piece ot mall that is received must be counted, and also every piece, sent out, and S corrrect record mad» of the same with the time required in doing the word. All mall delivered by carrier must be counted and alt mail collected, and the mall handled by the rural carriers-must be weighed.- The task is a heavy one and will be continued every day during the en tire month, but the courteous clerks at the local office smile Just the same and will hand out the stamps aud the mail in the same pleasant style as though Uncle S*mk bad not imposed upon them any extra iiar^hiD.^- ^. Jfe® Philomathean Program Given in High School The following pleasing program was presented by the Philomathoans to the members ot the high school last Frfcj? day afternoon Piano trio—Elizabeth Keegan and Jennie and Agnes Nicholson. Roll call and reading of minutes of last meeting. Violin boIo—Clark Flnnerud-. Reading—"Yankee ..In Love," Hazel Grimm. Recent inventlons~~Edward Kranz .il Piano duet—Gertrude Sheldon and Ruth Dougherty. Original story—"An Exchange,"Car- Current events—Percy Albrook. Girls quartet—Hester McCue, Rutfi Morgan, Inez Spooner end Delilah Ross. fu. Review of magazine article—Ernest Michaels. Reading—"Sitting a Hen," Doi Bannister. Piapo duet—Misses ouise aud Nel lie Belatti. Critic—Miss Spencer. DE8TROY3 SLEEP. Many Watertown People All on account of the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills, bring peaceful] slumber V. They cure all Kidney Ills. E. B. Jewell, 602 Second St, S. E W a 8 a a used Doan'a Kidney, PillB off' and oftfe during the past ten years and havepfe iij$S found them to be an excellent kidney 11 medicine My kidneys became Beri«|j|ftK^$ ously disordered before I realized Their- secretions were irregular in paa^&^ttgg) i^ia sage and I had back and loins. intense I could For sale by all dealers. Price 15 cents. Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New Yojrkysole agents for the United States, Reme&t>er the. namo-^Doan's—ani take no Other. -. RENTERS TAKE NOTICE. Get a home of your fwn. Take a homestead In Harding or Butte Co. Free fuel and an abundance- of Eood water. For particulars write Willaon & Thomas, Redig, S. "D, hk* The children: of Mr. L»w Moss who have been seriously slik for some time are reported as improving.-- •, Jim Px6' Testify to Thlgi You can't sleep ad night^j With aches and palnB of a bad back, When you have to get up from ur inary troubles. im nff pains in my*s hardly get# about and sound sleOp-at night wasf|j%"rt out of the question. When in a mh-i erable. condition, I began taking Doan's^^'^ Kidney Pills and they gave me prompt _• relief. My experience with this ram edy since then haB proven to me that lt is a preparation of merit"