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aoaal towjotea in mtmt- of 1100,000 a
yaar durtu# th«,» period of war with
O^rujotiy.
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Jtwnrptary UMd coivfer
antu with hla naval chief* at Wnah
F«llowtiff the cottfaranca It
ara* *tat?d **W« have atopped laltt
U»f the navy now In mottua"
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Auaricaa Hwl Clrosa.: Ktutioned In
Bnmklytt, has t^calwd word to bold
Itwtlf lu readlnaKa for aettvo aervlea,
it vrna annooacad.
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Tha N«wtort (It, I.) hospital Una
offwrad to give 100 heda to tbe Amer
ican Bed Cross for
Vl»«f l^riMMdoat MarsbaH la an ad* sufcwartne la tba M«dl|«mn9aa, It
siataery, Ala,, aalO that a waa o^lclaHy aonouncad at Berlin,
a a $ I
tllataa, and tJamaift^ aetiialty bxiata A dtapatefc from Renter's Petrograd
AM#
of wounded soldier* in mm tb« Unit*
ad Statew sdiould fo to war»
•. 3!S¥ -5-&
A«anta of the federal accrat aarrlca
at Chicago awaiting moi»«ntarily a
war afttMttuu'feiMeut fronv Washington,
ackhowiadged the dlfthtalty of their
task in fttti»vraa*iat tba Q«r»ivftu projw
Saada which haw taken root In ail
part* of the nation.
The administration^ feeling toward
Oartnany wa* made dear In a note
dlapatehed hy th« atat« department
at Washington to Mexico rejecting tba
au%(e««tlon of General Oarrania that
all neutraltt declaim an embargo on all
supplies to Eart|ean hellfereata.
Oennan diplomacy waa Wttarly ar
raigned by Secretary Lanaiug.
*,. .* ••..'.'.
Domestic
State police reported at Plynwuth.
Maa«^ that an nnesploded dynamite
bomb, with a futmlQatt!i£ cap and faae
attached, was found outside tbe -ehapal
of tbe Plytnouth Cordage company's
local plant.
J. M, atndebaker, Sr„ Of South
Betid, lnd«, left an -estate valued at
more thau ?1,000,000. This became
known when M* laat win nnd^ testa
ment was filed ^or «pxiab«tta with the
«t Joseph drcolt court. Ha provid
ed handsomely ffor Trinity Presbyter
Ion church, $55,000 b^ag left that ln-
rwen^r-i
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tn» Knvtett*! ImstMi far Wamaa'a
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In tbe ear*
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of piall addressed
to Washington a»d the
at Washlngioa were found to have been
rfBad on board fiba Ounard liner Sak-
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News
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ia«- »«t| .frn(» t» iw.»niirtl cr«a««. iri ilw
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k» ti»«j autad mm*..
Tw»nty-«,.H» folrtni
twmi* aim w*f« ati»»k,
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Omnany has startvd a nrw and
alaboratt r«craltlti)K cautpalita ia I'o
land. Uoder tba new t*ch«rae 17 mala
m^rMttint oitU*»jt, 74 district offices and
4()U Iwal b«r»««t# hiuve b««a op«a«d.
A Isrte Freoi'b battleship of the
Dantoo laes w»* ni«k by a Qartaaa
corrtwfwmdent *0 I^ondoti atatea that
yautet»ant Oeuoral Kurnlloff, who haa
bev-'ft aptjolnted cotamauder of the
troop« In INstrejfrad, haa laaned a proc
lamation to "the aoldlert of the pen
pie's army ami the citlsena of free
ltu«tla.M In which he says that the
Croat Ilwswiiau people have given the
country fr«edoirt and that the army
uuu.it five her victory,
Washington
The United States is the drat nation
to recognise formally the new Rovern
tneut of ltufuda. Ambassador Francla
ealied on Foreign Minister Uilyoukor
at i*etrogr»d tininediatety upon the r«
ceipt at inatrwtlona from the state de
partment at Washington.
a
flat rate of 5 per cftpt for Inaur
anca 011 yeaaels leaving American
porta* for porta of belligerent uatlona
was fixed by the government war rials
Insurance bureau at Washington. The
high eat rate ha« been 3 per cent.
Innmedlate natlonatlalng of railroad
control waa urged by Itobert S. Lovett,
chairtawn of the board of the Union
Pacific, in testifying at Washington
before the congressional committee in
veatlgatlng aU phasea of tbe railway
problem.
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John Frankllh Fort, former gov
ernor of New Jersey, and William P.
Colvor of. Minnea|olia were sworn la
aa members of the federal trade com
tulsslou at Washington.
a a
Foreign
It was announced at Kl Paso, Tex,
that President-Elect Carransa haa
called an extraordinary session of the
Mexican bouse of deputies to meet
Aprtl 2. the same date on which the
United States congress will convene
a. -a: a.•"
King Alfonso of Spain vlll sign a
decree at Madrid for the Insuring of
the safety of Spanish maritime com
merce. The measure adopted will be
In accordance with the procedure fol
lowed by other foreign countries.
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Grand Duke Nicholas is on the way
to Patrograd. The former eutperor of
Russia, Nicholas! Romanoff, and tba
caarlna have arrived at tbe Tsarskoa
Selo palace, where they are to be im
prisoned, says a £teuter dispatch to
London from Petrograd.
rls^it of Jews to cltl*enshlp and
abolition of the pale was the further
progressive step which democratic
Ru«*la took, says a dispatch from p©
trograd. Jews throughout
nnTtla
baUed tbe new order with great rejolc-
si
TO -J.
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to fx-***.
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OIMH ItillS Of WTEREST
fmm «s* V«|T««4W
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m*»f P*r*»
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,#i'rat'* Ig^ltitUk. i* (of
4i»\rltnMieM Sfc» f-.'i iatA*
'Of It
w«J Sw f«Mi »**§«. |K.
Mw«tl«ii*r dsiln ?&« a»«
a tAfc* wlft*fav*r t?3« niwii
fe««4 tmiwisiw
1P6« i» UNMUi iK'fcXJf'iSSSi to
ft« »aM «j»4 la»»«t»4 it»»i &>
faliMt irttjr fetis?«i
rM«)(ii b*v* t««n wUh
0*» V3MC!R« *j a t?S,«*Pia!"l*» of IJf
Sfiseirf tt* tii« (troijr.
iMk'jtA •mwfig the ftt»t
to |i»# IM «iUx«iMi \fphui4
Llnin »«tr*is*», TJbvi4 tr«»
ftr»t «*».! 4« )ng Uir. H"? war, litit
wait oojjr *t(jtf)t (ta^c-eua «t tkat tim*
There la a law on tho statute hooka
wbich requires that upon the birth of
a child said birth he recorded at once
In the oTfktt of the clerk of the courts
in the county where aatd birth take*
place, and that as soon thereafter as
a name has been decided upon that
auch name also be recorded with the
dark of tba courts. 8lnc« the first
day of July, 1955, there have been up
wards of 100 births that have not been
reported. Now the state department
of vital statistics is making a demand
that the law be complied with and
the births .and the names of such chil
dren be filed, There is practically no
trouble In complying with the law and
by so doing all Interested are anaiat
tng In keeping up the vital stat'atics
of the state.
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An Extension Center.
Wstertown has been designated an
extension center of the University of
South Dakota, according to fn an
nouncement made by George Schlos
sar, secretary of the Watertowa
chamber of commerce, who received
advices from President R- g. single
of the university. Indicating that the
courses would be opened next falL
Several civic bodies have agitated the
project and many persons have signi
fied their Intention of enrolling for the
studies. It Is expected the center es
tablished at Watertown will have a
large
enrollment from many sur
rounding counties.
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New Dublin Examiner.
J. L. Wingfield has tendered his
resignation as public examine*, and
John Hlrning, former stat« auditor,
will be appointed to the place. Mr.
Wingfield will enter the banking busi
ness, having several opportunities in
this line open to him to choose from.
Got. Norbeck haa appointed W. F.
Lnmbard of Chamberlain as a mem
bar of tbe state board of embalmers,
to succeed M. P. Cummins of Wlimot.
Declines to Lift Bar.
The application of George W. Bgan
for reinstatement as an attorney in
South Dakota was denied by t^e su
preme court. The court members
hold to the view that they would be
wholly remiss in their duties as pub
lic officials of this state were-they to
reinstate Mr. Egan as an attorney at
law.
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On a Cash Basts.
The state will be upon a cash basis
through the next few months, esti
mated until next fall, at least. A call
that waa sent out for all registered
general fund warrants, for the 26th of
March, means the retirement of about
1230.000 of such warrants, and caa^i
will be left in the treasury.
%/P. L\ .Burke the County Seat.
Tbe state supreme court by^ a divid
ed opinion sustained tbe lower court,
which held that the county seat of
Gregory county had been legaliy
ehanged from Fairf** to Burke by the
Tote last Call.
Extension Department Grows.
Tba growth of the extension divi
sion of tba of South Dakota
has been so rapid that the teachers as
signed to extension work are finding
ft difficult to meet the demand. Two
dosen towns In South Dakota have all
.ready asked Cor extension centers.
The most papular studies among stu
dents |n the extension departemnt are
education, Spanish, German, art and
home economics. The extension de
partment is completing, its second
year and has ttet with enthusiastic re
caption la all part* South Dakots.
'•9$Ss"
Krir».,
HAS KIKE SUPPLTS0UT" »E*S
fcw few» 4w ,,«i s#
tt ii
»w* «JMI tsi# unset
*•4.
tttfc
population in the east. Harry
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Vital Statistics Ineompiata.
m»&0f tk,# pemimm* «4 %&*
p*m*sum te* ***&.««* i#
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for
a tt.
W«a until
totMt 1913 Kit!- 1 Si*t«a
»r«.sjr rt'f-sjfti* mdk*tHetl thus ta a4i
tm had n«t b««n vat *'io,at««3
work d»n» ta Hew York. Philadelphia.
Chjeaxo and othar large centers of
xi 4«kte 6**
*iww **4*4
ti yr•*-.
^5**' «rJw«*-»« a^si»sai li» *SM»
-a6» to i»jr mifcrf.
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1«««S#4U .art- W«ril iieA-tftr *4y
t««atl«ta isasii c^aro-Btitrti
S.%feina gut* L'iitor
*hixh wiil t* 'tuna
Karni^r
Aiwrd^wo wiii 6
ta
*l*t I'M*.
fAtmvf* -of 1J i..* i,
at
jmwtsttj ixphohl ran #3 tlruw aa mnch S
rt»fe
at *0n?r*ctfng
ty^tiutd a»oo« arbo """*BU'!'l» auffored a «tr«k«. of »poj
had vut'ctaanxl asatnat it, *^'s At HijKhtjKjre
ttanuf of t.b« vteeifl« «t Dakota W«»J«yan ttttb&tera, ol
Hm» Swath twkuta »tAis health labora-
UIrtca.
Si«s*two
rtmftly
saJ *iti-
tiity «s*t at Ab«-ii##a tu t'srg.'iisue a
bram-h ,{ i-'arm l/aa &««.
W««i» .U!«i „f
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The atockholdera of the l^ake Pres.
ton Co-operative Elevator company
held a meeting aud decided on the
erection of a new and modern elevat
or, to have a capacity of 30
The
war scare has resulted in a
number of new members being added
to the three companies of South Da
kota national guardsmen which are
made up of young men of Sioux Falls
and vicinity.
Harley Halverson. the 16-year-old
son of a Kingsbury county farmer,
was almost instantly killed when his
horse stumbled and threw him to the
ground with such force that his skull
ivas fractured.
A mass meeting of citizens will soon
be hold for the purpose of appointing
committees to make srrangementa for
the annual encaptnent of the South
Dakota G. A. K., which will be held in
Milbank on June 6, and 7.
The citizens of Cottonwood tender
ed a banquet to all 'local veterans of
the civil war, the Spanish-American
war and those who had recently re
turned from sciaice with the national
guard on the Mexican border.
It is understood that negotiations
are under way for the reopening of
the Oladitor in Deadwood Gulch. The
mine has not operated for years and
it is said it is one of the beat pros
pects adjoining the Homestake prop
erties.
Paul D. Kelleter, forest supervisor
for the Black Hiihs governmental for
est reserve, is in the eastern part of
the state with a string of films de
voted to the various industries and
operations that have made the Black
Hills famous.
ArreBted by the federal authorities
on the charge of shipping a carload
of bad eggs from Yankton to eastern
markets, John T, Bellman, a Sioux
Fails dealer, waa held under bonds of*
$500, pending action on his caae by a
United States grand jury which will
convene in April.
Captain Buelle F. Jones announces
that the Britton company of national
guardsmen which was organized as an
infantry company will be changed to
a cavalry troop. The government will
furnish thirty-two horses for the troop
and the community will be required to
furnish enough more to make seventy.
At a special election held at Huron
bonds were voted in the sum of |160,
000 for the erection of an* $80,000 mu
nicipal building and a $100,000 addi
tion to the high school building, in
the form of a "junior" high school.
The school bonds passed by a major
ity of 165, but the municipal building
issue squeezed through with & ma
jority of only 15.
Joseph Heji, of Yankton, 20 years
og age, fired a charge for geese into
his head and died instantly.
Because of several recent bad fires
and no effective method of combatting
them, the residents of Spencer have
commenced an agitation for the in
stalling of an up-to-date municipal
waterworks system.
Business men and tfther resident
of Bgan have declared in favor of a
sewerage system being installed, and
are asking the city council to'take
early action to provide the town with
*n«h an improvement
,, s-rt l*$ W-
Ottkot*
Sf*te
heatltiyartuns
tut th» -MtJiUry i-*su-,i* a**o«naii«m,
w1^ or«aas*»tt(n
for ifae
«MBCoura«!A* tiut^iw io
ti'ain for i«mt«ry #«r*}c«
w'»l tiii
lory was «isa*rtak»m *ft»r In H«r« from V^akum. The question
twrg: ln#pectw.l th« health lepartta«at
wa^
roada
WISH
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Jj,pf"jj
\.wp ','jfc -m {|u
itZi
Zl.i,'t* r^.r-.*
%sav 4iuU aU.
-VUri(,„ ,,, have seen my comradc* fall in htw-
of liighmore, for-
•nerly itusurance commlsaioner
South Dakota, and prior to that a»*i5»t
ant attorney general, has located In
Huron, opening th* state office of an
Insurance company.
000
bushels.
Fire starting in the engine room
caused the destruction of the Hub
bard & Palmer elevator at Spencer.
The loss i* estimated at upward of
$6,000. aud is partially covered by in
surance.
nii
nor t!
fts SNsmw 'fee* mv.
Tmm Ik* ra*»t* mx~~~£ks# S»«4E. {i».
tetawtws^iw,. !Rd^**tte6, ££w* t&rif, «Mer
a^e»»«ife itforf f2wsi pxm*-~ti!tm ta««B
®®t ?»neJ5fe.» «m»| tfcaa
urn rtsk
Qutmpvtx.
ai»4 ?*te# a
I €^M.-»m e«ir mm then «MI »eir«r
fcao* tfa» selsery c*«wt€ by 5,««y
Uv«r, eiogg*4 bon»«ia «r a» t^««$ t*«m-
Dos't p*tt ta &.RWh*T dsy yf 8.strH*#.
Let CaaeafWai jrome ^twussvrti
Ui« saw? frrcaipaun* lo,y3.
•j ijUt# iht tfXi'^nn Wi?? hum yw:r
tJEMl «trry
mt
Iter of year# publisher'of ih«? \«w« at'j "At the Battle of th«» Marn«\" hv aaya.
„j
ail t^e
wasE« tMiter »»4 iwrfswiu :a th*
bo**!*. Tti«a yea witt f«*-i gr*at.
A Cajwaret to-uljUt *tr«tgft»-tM yoa
out by raornlajg. Tiwy work srfeli*
yoa rieep. A 10n»at b«x
tr*m
any drug «or« iu««a* a cUtsr b**«d,
*w«v*t stomach aatl ci«?aa. fw-«ltby lir»?r
and bow*! ftr (on for moofhs. Ohit
drea love C*«^carets becwusa tb«y
aever jr1p4s or stck««a. Ail*.
A Lucky Bullet.
Hussar (U-i-iurt-s that th-*«• t#,
Jj w. i'ork.in*. long cuunty I t'was'ft to corii ,arr with tin- t.siU.-t
of Hyde county and for a nam-
witt
wbirb
WflB
suue t»i«rci)!l«?gu»as
S^v"naioat owR«»r»hip. of rail
Thw wlnnwns flcbated the aega
»ld«.
a nrnn has t»w-n ...unded.
»truck by a bullet vv hit lodge*!
In my right thigh without doiui mit-.-h
damage. When It wan t-xt rmu^i I
drtlhHi hole through it, and jfusp+tnl
ed It by string frou» ujy n»ck. Artd,
although I have Impii tlirouifh tisw»nii
of fierce battles tiirn. InriudinK
the hottest fights oa the Sowine. hihI
dr««ds, I have come through them a*
of without a scratch, thank*. 1 fimdy be
lieve, to my bullet mawot.,'~Tlt i:i!«i.
CUTiCURA HEALS ECZEMA
And Rashaa That Itch and Burn—Trial
Free to Anyone Anywhere.
In the treatment of skin and scnlp
troubles bathe freely with Culicura
Soap and hot water, dry and apply
Cutlcura Ointment. If there is a nat
ural tendency to rashes, pimples, etc.,
prevent their recurrence by making
Cuticura your daily hfilet preparation.
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard. Cuticura, Dept.. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
A Bit of "Old" Canada.
There exists at Uniouville, Outario.
a pioneer house 124 ,venrs old. This
Is probably a unique record for a Ca
nadian log house, and it is said to be
the oldest log house of similar dimen
sions in the Dominion. Some of the
logs are from 30 to 3G Inches In diam
eter. It Is still occupied, and It is In
teresting to note, as a testimony to the
comfort of the house, that its occu
pants, numbering 13, took first prise
In 1912 at a political picnic as the
"heaviest family attending the event."
YES! MAGICALLY!
CORNS LIFT OUT
WITH FINGERS
Yon say to the drag store maa,
"Give me a small bottle of freer one."
This will cost verr little but will
positively remove every hard or soft
corn or callus from one's feet.
A few drops of this new ether com
pound applied directly upon a tender,
aching corn relieves the soreness in
stantly, and soon the entire corn er
callus, root and all, dries up and cau
be lifted off with tbe fingers.
This new way to rid one's feet
.corns was Introduced by a Cincinnati
msn, who says that freesone dries in
a moment, and simply shrivels up the
corn or callus without irritating the
surrounding skin.
If your druggist hasn't any freezone
tell him to order a small bottle from
his wholesale drug house for you.—adv.
To Presumptive.
He—Does your mother object to
kissing?
She—Now, Just because I allow yon.
to kiss me. you needn't think you can.
kiss the whole family.
BQSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP
Why take ordinary cough remedies
when Boschae's German Syrup has
been used for fifty-one years to all
towns in the tJnlted States, Canada,
Australia, and other countries, for
coughs, bronchitis, colds settled In the
throat, especially lung trouble. It
gives the patient a good night's rest,
free from coughing, with easy expec
toration in the morning, giving nature
a chance to soothe the inflamed parts,
throw off the disease, helping the pa
tient to regain his health, assisted by
pure air and sunshine when possible.
Trial size 25c, and 73c family size.
Sold in all towns In the United States,
Canada, Australia, and other,.coun
tries.—Adv. ,(5|..
uK
!#&>
'SvV:: Pull of Faith.
Mrs. Barton—Have you any faith
In life insurance?
Mrs. Grill—Yes, Indeed I've real
ised $10,000 from two husbands, and
t*ar Weren't goad ones, either.
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