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L. G. HILL, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Glasses Fitted. First National Bank .Building. Twenty-Ninth Annual G. A. R. Encampment Mitchell, S. D., May 30—Xhe twen ty-ninth annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, together with the assembly of the Women's Relief Corps, will be held in this city, June 6, 7 and 8. The sessions of the former will be held in the city hall auditorium, and those of the Relief Corps in.the Elks' home. The visit ors will be entertained on the evening preceding the opening of the conven tion at an informal reception in the G. A. R. rooms in the city library building TEursday morning at 9 o'clock, the opening business sesions, under the direction of Department Commander Brown, will be held Thursday after noon a "peace" meeting has been planned by Commander Brown, begin* ning at 3 o'clock. Dr. Thomas Mc Nicholson of New York City, chair man of the Board of Episcopacy of the Methodist General Conference» and former president of Dakota WeBleyan university of this city and Rev. Dr. Frank Fox of Sioux Falls, will be the speakers. Thursday evening will be held the big camp fire of the meeting. Friday morning there will be a parade, and business sessions will be held during the afternoon. In the evening there will be another campflre meeting, ad dressed by members of the various or ders, and a- flag presentation to the Mitchell high school by the W. R. C., the presentation being made by Mrs. Wiggln, department patriotic instruct, or. O. A. Gilford of Canton is a candi date for department commander, New Schedule for Milwaukee Road The Milwaukee has filed with the railway commissioner a changed schedule in its class, rates from Ab erdeen, Mitchell and Sioux Falls to west of the Missouri points, raising the same-.in• some instances asrhigh as 40 per cent to go in effect on June 14. The increases are largest from Aberdeen" west. The company has ap plied to the inter-state commerce com See Your Before You »ilia wit 'OULD you buy a horse without seeing it? Of course not. Then why take a chance on a machine that you may know less about than you do about a horse The safe way is to go to your local dealer, a man you know and can hold responsible, and buy from him an engine you can depend upon. I ffA&V .. •MS? Gasoline Engines $0.'. are built on honor, from select ed materials, and are till thor« oughly tested before shipment You can rest assured that an 1 engine of a size suitable for your work, willv give. fulls satisfaction for so long a'time that you will come, to consider it the greatest bargain you ever made. IHC engines are made in every style &nd for every purpose. -Sizes ~un from 1 to 50-horse power. Kerosene gasoline tractors, l^.to 4o-borse power. »^.ss rn WW 'if: any wortliyfluesttpnsconceijjMesoiis.cro Tand drainage. Irrigation fertilizer. ei„. &&&%L-. make ycur inquiries spedBeand send them Servlce ission for permission to make the same changes in the interstate part of the haul. The commission has or dered its attorney, P. W. Dougherty to secure a suspension order until the schedules can be thoroughly investi gated. Continuous complaints have been made by citizens of Deadwood that they were unable if .the Burling ton train west from Edgeraont hap pened to be late, to make connections. The Burlington answered that it was so frequently belated because its train# must be held at Billings, Mont, to make connections with the Great Northern. Arrangements have been made whereby the 'Great Northern will start Its train earlier, whereby the Burlington can leave Billings soon er and make connections at, Edg mont. O. C. Ocherwreiter of Web ster phoned from that place to Sioux Falls the other day, over the Dakota Central and Northwestern systems, He was charged what he considered an exorbitant price and has applied "to the commission for redress. It ap pears that the Northwestern makes a two minute talk while the Dakota. Central gives a three minute rate for the same. distance and same price thus a combination of the two being higher than over the latter system alone. A call and demand has been made on them to correct the matter The complaints of the people of Trent, Cuthbert and Kaylor for depots were settled by ordering the railway com panies to construct the same within a reasonable time. The Great North ern was denied permission to close the statios at Booge. The Milwaukee agreed to .fix the platform and keep a night agent at Tripp. The Great Western Telephone Company was per mitted to increase certain rates west of Pierre, The commission held a hearing at Timber Lake on May 30, to listen to the complaints of the peo ple along the Fox Ridge line for bet ter train service. A special hearing will take place at Sioux Falls on June 21, to meet with the South Dakota Independent Telephone Assiciatlon discuss matters in general. State Firemen Go to Pierre this Year usa I S a a +he purpose oi ibis Bureau Is to famish, free of charge to all. the best information obtainable on better fsrrmiae. If you He Bureau,-Harvester kuildlae. Chicago, USA Pierre, June 3.—The program for the state firemen's meeting at this city, June 17 to 22 inclusive, is "re ception of firemen for Monday Tues day forenoon, parade and review, and address of welcome by Mayor. Steph 6nai"»«ReBDuu»e by members of board "of control. Afternoon, green hose race, green hook and ladder race champion ladder climbing contest green hub and hub wet test. Even ing, band contest for vlsitisg bands. Wednesday, champion hook and lad der chief's foot race foremen's foot race, firemen's foot race champion hose race. Evening, band conceit. Thursday, novelty ladder climbing contest, single coupling contest double coupling contest free for all hose race free for all hook and lad der race wet test from hydrant nov elty, hose laying contest. Friday, consolation hose race free for all wet test annual election of officers. The firemen's prizes run a3 high :is $350 on some of the contests and the band prizes are $160 for the leaders with other sums' for the contestants. The local officers of the association report that they have assurances of the attendance of a number of organ izations from different points in the state, and they expect a good meet ing- Former Watertown vBoy Passes Away Dennis A. Dayle, the eldest son of •Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 15. Doyle, died, at the parental home, 524 Sixth avenue southeast, last evening at 8:05,: after having been sick-for the past sixteen months with what finally developW into tuberculosis.' The remains Will be taken "to Kilkenny, Minn this evening over the Minneapolis & St. liouis, where services will be con ducted at the St. Canesis Catholic church by the Rev." Father Dermody of this city, who will accompany the family. Interment will ba made in the family lot at Kilkenny, .Where a younger sister, Katherine^ t)oyle, is buried. Shore services will be con ducted at 6:30 o'clock this evening at the residence by Father.Dermody be fore leaving," .. Dennis A. 'Doyle wai nora^ March 22, 1891, in Minneapolis, where the family resided until moving to" Waterr town .thin state, in 1902, where Mr. Doyle Sr., was'' manage? of the. Craia Ordway company- fc' The deceased movedl..to this city to. February, 1910, thePfamily, follow ing in June of the samfcyear.:."H6 wis employed here aB city 'desk man for Crane-Qrdwa.y company^of which.lflp fajher was local manager, until ly before he was takei) ill, when he traveled in this territory for ike com', pany. lost summer hfe spent several months at Like Kampeska, thinking the outing would be beneficial ,and re turned home in October, driving the machine from Watertown here. He was taken quite Ul last fall and grew gradually worse until ten weekB ago when he was compelled to. take to the bed, to which he was confined: ever since, hovering between life .and deatlj, the end .coming last night at 8:05^ it two sisters aur- OAe brother and vlve, William, Marie and Elizabeth. During the young man's residence here arid at Watertown he gathered about him a large circle of firm friends who greatly regret his early demise.—Aberdeen News. May 28, "tp Visitors Commented Watertown Homes •*& Many were the compliments Water town's residences received from vis itors to the city during the: conven tion days. Quite a number of men and women were to be seen walking through the resident portion of the city, and some of this number were making mental notes of some of the houses, as they expected to make im provements on their own homes dur ing the summer, and wanted hints. The nicely kept lots and lawns were also generously complimented Wa tertown people cannot take too much pride' in their residences and prop erty and should pmt forth every effort possible to keep them up. It means much favorabe comment from strang ers who happen to visit the city and who having a little time to spare walk through the residence portion of the city. It is only a little thins for one of them to remark when they are home or elsewhere in their trav els: "Well, I believe some of the prettiest houses and lawns I have ever seen was while at Watertown, S. D. between trains one day, and had a little time to walk around the town. They have some swell look ing homes and yards In that city." Only a little thing, but it may mean a future citizen if that party or some one else who heard the remark should look it up and decide to locate in the city. Just having the name of Wa tertown on the map—is worth some thing.. Prominent Workman Passes Away in Iowa Press dispatches Friday contained the news of the death of F. W. Moody at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on that day. Mr. Moody was deputy grand master of the A. O. IT. W. lodge of South Da kota, and was well known all over' the south half of the state. He had made visits to Watertown at different times and his death is regretted by all who knew him. He was one of the strong arms of the Workman order, and his presence was an incentive to work for the good of the order. .... $3,843.87 Bounties Paid on Gophers Aberdeen Democrat: Gopher boun ties to the amount of $3,843.87 were paid by the county during the season just closed. This figure was given out by Cousty Auditor J. J. Roberts who completed the compliance of the disbursements from the gopher fund. The amount paid out this season was the largest of any one year as a •bounty tor the destruction of tho rodents. The season closed last Sat- SPRING IS AT HAND 4 You don't need to wait until the thermometer registers 90 In the Shade before you are convinced that spring Is really here you may as well ac knowledge It at once.. .Garden making season Is here and you will need the proper tools for this pleasant and profitable occupation. ..We sell all fclnda ef garden tools and Invite your inspection of the same, T0WSLEE & HARDWARE jtp SJWJ- vvpy tH JC-i -A iWWI, SB* 8ATP&DAY ^HEWB, W*T«MftWlt,. aw* ti* n.*H. MORI MORftl*KV 'I Physician and Surgeotlr $i"\ 'v5*.» «. viRS Office Tn Cehtnry Blk. All city and country calls prompt#« ly attended to. Phoae Main 1403 Watertown xooooooio»«oo'« o-*o,o urday, but a number of tails were received 'Tuesday owing to the In ability of a number of outsiders to get to the city by Saturday .jiight. —Aberdeen Democrat. S. D.T. M. A. Disbands 1^ At Its Meeting Here The ifealn feature of the triple" coh ventlon of the United Commercial Travelers, the South Dakota Travel ing Men's Association and the netail Merchants' association, was the dis solving of the Traveling Men's organ ization with the supposition that they will join the travelers. This move was made primarily with the object in view of Strengthening the XT. C. T. association, feeling that the move would be doubly beneficial—to the TJ. C. T.'s by adding many good boost ers to the order, and to the disband ing order from the standpoint of getting better protection. Fennimore Lodge No. 291 of Mitch ell won the loving cup given by the Dakota Central Telephone company to the team exemplifying the ritualistic work without the use of the rituals in the best manner. The Mitchell lodge promises to present one equally as good at the grand isouncil session next year. An interesting feature of the con vention of the IT. C. T. was the pre sentation of a handsome American flag by Grand Counselor W. B. Clark son in behalf of the grand jurisdiction of Minnesota to the grand council of South Dakota. This flag was voted to South Dakota at the Fargo meeting of the grand council last June, the grand counselor being instructed to present it in person.—Aberdeen News The New Officers. Then followed the regular election of officers for the ensuing year, result ing as follows: Grand counselor—h. R. Campbell of Huron. Grand junior counselor—James W.1 Dougherty pt Watertown. Grand secretary—Frank Farrell o£ Huron. Grand treasurer—"R. J. Woods of Sioux Falls. Grand conductor-—E. M. Chancy of Mitchell. Grand page—E. A. Brown of Rapid City. 'ri Grand sentinel—Wl. T. JJolIey of Yankton. Executive committee," two years—-J. L. W. Zietlow of Aberdoen and An drew Kllweln of Mitchell. Delegates to the supreme council— George S. Tussey of Aberdeen alter nate, J. C. Sheldon of Sioux FallB. A Watertown Couple Married at Aberdeen v1- George Luck and Miss Gladys Tay lor, both of this city, were married at Aberdeen, last Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the home of the groom's sister, Mrs. J. C. Mandery. The groom is a son of William Luek of this city and is a cigar maker by trade, in the empky of Louis Schulner. Mr. and Mlra. Luck returned to Watertbwn PaturO-iv morning. They will make iliolr futi're home here. FACT*-. -Face Retenoid. adies Delight. Freckle Remover. leaches the Skin. labasterlike Effect."1 mooth, velvety skin. onic for face muscles. ejuvenates Your Youth. \.''' A1' Great Beautifying Powe^-^'l oveHer Facial Appearance..^, In the last two months we sold 1,852 packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because it id the most perfect prodac: tion of Its kind on the market, uni versally endorsed by users. -Removes Freckles, Sunburn, Tan, etc. Allays chafed skis and is the Ideal Combi nation Cream and:. Powder. None give that soothing, cooling feeling as Alabastrol and whose use Is so much appreciated. It acts on the face not unli.ke a refreshing, cooling Spring Morning. We guarantee it to be sat isfactory in every respect Mailed to-your home In geilerbtB gizevpackages and in plain .wrapper for 80 cents Silver. No Sainples^jit 8!loron MPg 'j- Pueblo, Colorado C. C. GRAY, 1"m 5^-t *V! fi on All About^ cray,s-. ,v eSnmmer Sweets §. We. have some especially dainty and seasonable sweets for the summer days. We manufacture our oandy and we posltl th«t It h^^solutely pure and wholesome. IB raph%f If you want a photograph'®* an out door Mono or"V PMP sfriends, or a family picture, better let us do It tof We'll Finish Your Plates «, 'V* do' the retouehlng, printing an^mounting you( 4wit do the whole,thing.. Our confeotlonery Is the' Very best that good material can produce In combination with good workmanship. THERE'S WHOLEQOMENES8 IN WHAT WE PROVIDE ViWf5* "S3 Th^fSu^ar 112 E. Kemp Avenue Bowl BREAD WELL BAKED pi 't Much well made bread Is spoiled In the baking. Not so with our* -. '•i -'siVl We make It light and wholesome, and we bake It just right. It Is never spongy and "doughy" In the middle, but it Is baked elear thrv, with a nice brown crust on the outside. We manufacture everything In the bakery line and only atk that you give our goods a trial. We feel satisfied that you will become a steady custo- mer. ^, 54! We've got the goods and we want you to know It. it- Calumet Bakery South Oak Street TRUNKS AND VALISES A lady from outside of Watertown walked Into our store the^t S other day and expressed surprise on seeing our large line of alf'v' kinds of Trunks, Valises, Traveling Bags, 8ult Cases, etc. -She: evfdently did not expect to find so complete a line of these goods In a western city the size of Watekown. There Is no doubt about It—we carry the largest and best lected stock of this olass of goods ever carried In any place west of the twin cities, and our prices are even lower than that asked by the regular trunk houses In the larger cftlea. t. We would be pleased to show you our line anytime, whether^ you buy anything or not. Come In and Took ihem over and let us" quote you prices... '«»L w. JTM. MAHOWALD N. Oak Street Watertown, 8. D. h' 1th- •Q*#* X.. /i'" •a & know 99