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honor a departing citizen. The Services were conducted by the Rev. Neville Joyner, Episcopal missionary at Pine Ridge who spoke feelingly as one who had been a near friend. The floral tributes were many and beautiful including four pieces from Pine Ridge where everyone insisted on contributing something to show their sorrow in the loss of a friend. Among those who attended the services from this community were Rev. N. Joyner, Melvin Baxter, Mrs. H. J. Evans, Zack Taylor, while the Indians were represented by F. C. Goings, Judge Iron Crow and Charles Red Cloud. Major Brennan or "The Major" as he was familiarly called was a man of sterling character who was a decided force for good in any community where he chose to reside. Always true to his friends without any thought of the cost, stern, yet just, with his ene mies or towards those who would pillage the wards under his super vision, he proved himself one of the best Indian Agents that the country ever had. We who knew him will miss his friendly coun sel and genial manner. A good man has gone to his reward. Buy War Saving Stamps. efforts of the United States Government to overcome the high cost of living through a country-wide appeal to the people of America to save, have been epitomized by President Wilson in his message to the people in connection with the railway shop men's demands for an increase in wages. "Only by keeping the cost of production on its present level, bv increasing production and by rigid economy and saving on the part of the people can we hope for large decreases in the burden some cost of living which now weighs us down," said President Wilson. 17.