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TO THE LADIHS pi tn" akc hole nwrrTrn-TOaT-an •grr-rr wgKraEi«MJMRa*J l:or the Purchase or Sale of r.nn Ur.ds, Tun Ficpcrty, or Icr Firm Leans sec H. FINBRAATEN In Conklm ltai'dirg I.cmmon, South Dakota -. A .. i -£SS I\me IxokTht Over ..c. c. Well Drill ins Lemmon, S. D. No Horses to Feed ... ery neat ana desirable tailored! skirts or 4 OOP JUPOfc. VISITS ARSVy HCAOQUAKTERS I fihe.CEHERAW BUT you KNOW Tut tins THE 1 ARE V.Wrm6 WB CUT 7HATS TOBACCO c-t «v nic I GOOD TOBACCO I 1 ~)7HC SOi-CMER"! ilU^ »sl »"E 50i.DI£R-S COMFORTER, I r*r^ cni«Vi»£ a,!sfacl,,'l!1t, the real tnbacco VV-BCU1 Chewing the loniishred Kcal I onacco Ju w. They ha\ e court-martialled the big wad of ordinary tobacco -and nothing mow can take the place of W-B 1-1 I Shewing-hecau-e \Y-H CI is rich tohacco. Join the ranks tuday with a 10 cent pouch from your de iler -take a small chm' and notice how the salt brings out the i ich iuhacco ta^te, M,d, fay WrV-MN BR I'TON COMPAS'Y, 50 S,«.re. N«» York City il Agricultural News Agriciittnral Hews rnuisp'an ing Trees Keep the Kooi *«Wf staKe* In ship ill* root tad win*.!, kwp tie i,- im*» a* i until they thai are it. cut frith a knit* that ra gh» down. irtw* P'«n' v e e i i 8 u»-aot to set .... eo*er *he 'he westliei row a little —Tfr with iiaBWt, x.kali Water 1'-- Not Injure Dair HS r\ department I .i ^:ate l'ol!^« deter iler or cam :.ese e* n*-nts. tatli»« etiii 14". •..king«f iti «at* id not i'M* ven th» *-»t u post :i »ird: 4t s»»S Ot rgac»i in »i»e i i n U o tig ab riormai. t-oovo ,ct that in- tr»nk*e«»t sis vr ii is ivas ii is conclude lha 1 be alkali d:s*-as s s mt pro Oucrd UlitiltiDj- i» *ater. Thi?. conclusion does tciude wabei t.,ch at times cm p,»rtly dried up ponds. S.ii-ii i .» usually very »trng an« ue per mitted to 1 .-i tU IN o 'i ced to drill* ii Time Economy tn he Hone De pendft I'poti S\stem «'ne of the \a.uabi. ti. :.gs learned it. tiusiness witbii i ars is tha time only parti a: i- oyed means im.e wasted and •. ^ht hours o application and of jfreater result- :i "Id sys of working ui*uy o«i s Hetaii have abandoned t! ,teui o ping oj*-n al night at closing u'eloCK. r. many tb.-ir 1 si *. during i week. lie housewife'^ i hoAever, stib s to twelve or sixteen hours. -teni for some !, her has •i .sed upon thet! liaaver home. Timt v wast ind for this tlj- ewne is only tiy reat»i»sib A11 over tin ntry wwiifn a- their work inconvenient quaru-rs antl will .r tools, lx-cause no one has giver icient thought to it. Women thein es are (vci-jKbtre dent U hings its their moth. ... grand hers did before then.. usiu^ theii ^eles rather than their brains, do tasks over and over in the inetti it way. eaith, bodily comfort and happi at one's daily tasks are the riglr every individual. Almost an\ iw-kn |ii-r i[i lu\- leisure time i and her family plan to save tim strength as much as (xissible thin use of labor saving devices, as can afford them. and thru wisei of her strength and 'he tools sht ?»d has at hand. Let her look height of tier working surfaces a^ 1 as to tiie arrangement of etiui| it to save st»*ps Nola K. romnn me Economics Dept., State Collet Rhubarb Demands Rich Mellow soil I lliubarb is usually iiropa^at'-d i»ion of ttie tleshy roots, smal ces of which will jfiow if separate the old estabiistied roots an lilanted in rich mello« soil in eitbe •.pring or fall, l'oor soil should l. made rich by spading out at leas three fret of the surface, filling with well rotted manure to within on foot of the level, throwing in the tot siil, sett in if the roots vith the crown four inches below the surface am firuiintr them with the feet. The stalk should not lx-cut for use until tlx second year. See thai the plant dot^ not want for water when is making its heavy leaf growth. In fall, coarse manure should thrown over the crowr, to lie forkei or apaded in tiirhilv when sprint opens. "ulti\ atioo w ill not be nece »ary thruout the summer if a mulch placed over the ground on the ea^i fcide of the plant. The sjreut over tiariifing leaves are quite effectua discouracers of weeds, an ,j (UWt any. will erow in the immediate neigh torhood of the root. Old rhubarb plants in the pardu »hould t*dujf up, divided -and plant with only two or thrf e buds should b« replanted in very rich soil every fou or five }ear». The need should be cu ofl as kx»o a* i* tppcats, »o as ti thr the strerg-th into leate# ana If tfivfn triH-M] care and well u»ai .rr-d Ux»»e piantw will live for iwr- and aH«mlantly.-- Hj K. Si«. i-olvr, Kiorist, South Dakota Stat- oliejfe 1 $ Dircti»ns for Painting Metal Roofs Cor :.rn aints put on !. r.o'a Ip Uvp cuu'non way are not satiisf^cti'ry projection against ru*tinjf. Ualvan iron is without question the most :u-twrous» surface to uaint, and ur» les- Uw nature ot the surface is tind.-r and judgment used in the appl es: i and selection of materia)!!, sat av tory results cannot be expected, ii firat ti'aie the primin^r coat »t dry principally by oxidation, as lht is no chance for penetration in r. Galvanized iron that has been weii to stand for some length of U v- and es!ecia:ly if it has U-en ex jew i to several ha rains. Is much nsatisfactory lo paint than if p: n'ed as soon as laid. Uv tefore the mixture is to be used. i will jfive a more tvtu incoi |w»ra of the oil and pigment The next 'iiorniny add the remainder of U* hir.iiers and stir well. Ke. the paim Weli stirred while usin^. When this i-ed lead c^at is well •Iried. therd should lie applied a c»a common paint, .bii,n«-d withturj«en ^ne and oil. *-,1. A, Honnell. Irstruc Vr ii h. ,\ «.t-K. St.it.. i EARLY VEGETABLES. Cvarything Depends Upon the tyatam •f Tranaplanting. Fully 90 per cent of the people who start a little vegetable garden wttb a view to Uiariveting their [iriKluca com :lain that tlicy are uuable to ^et a fair Tire for their produce. ^a\x William 'Salloway in KimbaU's Dairy Fanner The reason i^ simple. Prices are re^u atod by supply «:id demand. When the average grower takes hi* iibbu^e, t'imatiH's and caulirtower tn market he linds his neighbors uiv al1 here with their pioduce too. Th« market la overstocked, and prices ti seijuem* of competition are low The man making bt? uioney today with et.ibies Is the oue who can jret hi jn»luce upon the market befcre lii .i liliors. This la so eotupatailively y that auy one with the averag warden out lit can du It 15uy your seeds early. Prepare youi lotled and set thcai started. May[»e you have no hotlunt ami |hm hapx do iid know how to prepare one. I,et lue tel uu. The l»est time to prepare a hot lied is about the beginning of March. Iet a few loads of fresh stable ma itire, •ullUi. nt to cover the spa. e you nteud to build your frame upon to a lepth of not less than thirty tm In s. :ack down firmly, then pliee yctur inime on the immure. The immure should extend at least a foot l«eyo|i,| ihe «l!es of the frame. I'over the ma ure Inside the frame with six In. lies siittHl aoll. The frame will then l» eady for the •ecdin„'. Uolbed sashes or covering can be bought f«r ahout ceuta each and will lasl for years Now we coin* to the real secret ot early \efiotabh*. Everything de|sud. upin the system of transplanting Wlieii tlie youiiK plants are ready f»i •ransplantlim. prick tin oil' Into pot cans sulliclelitly larue to allw ol •m«I growth, have the tomato p^ts not ess than four huh s arrows im,| |t,, at'l'iiue and enulltlower ami stmlla ilants not le«a than three Inch, (cross. This will irive them a liaie o develop Into line. Mir, healthy plan! iy planting out time. Itefore pl nt Spring Time is Camera Time $ Be prepare:) with i I ti Ut waur well so that tile Null mi 'lant CIII1 tn turned out of (lie pot xill'out disturbing the soil nronmt lh imts. The best time lo plant ut Iter sunset, lis at lliat time Hie plant ct no wlback ami continue to now a liou never dlsturbeil. If tMs plan s adopted veiretables lit fur market •:m be prodti' tnl at least two or Hire, iceka en tiler than when gruwti hi th Id way. THIS PAPER Uk»o lies Nearly Kill, 1 .Iiud^ in This Town K*ery |l Has lt« \Vants. st Secure New Customer*|*v Ad verltsinif. Ingento Camera an I i s u i e s o a those spring pictures 1 roof must first be well cleaned w t* stiff wire brush. This breaks hard glaze of the surface and es u ei i!»y roufliens up the joints which h»v. been soldered, thereby jfi»irijf a b-!!»!• surface for the pritnii coat A mineral paint, jrtound in pure lin s-'»i oil, nrtpi»ily ivdui^ed with tur i ritine, makes a jjood first coat when t»-.»ted as snjf/estnl: but tiie most sat sf^ctosy priminv for yalvani/.ed iron s a -oa| of red lead. Th's should be ii thin, tie well brushed and a i .wed to tfet Very hard before Unist.. IsiJ coats ace put on. iU-i lead of itself is a natural ilrrcr and a ill oxidi/e on the surface i ax reduction is at (Iterate .i poursds of dry red lead to one ano o.ie-i^'bth gallons of iK»ieil oil ano' one art of turpentine. If wi.nted U t-iiuce stili more, «lo so witli turpen ne. Mix «ulv the required amount •or immediate n^e. Mix the dry reti i ad with three fourth* of the oil the i Demand Ct rtifcatea Trafus Ton ils otinty Warrants I'enI Kstalr 1 LYnidi't re i *rm Inat rat er i. f. IT.'K, ntKs. UmmM V Z & PREPAREDNESS Nyal Quality Ster. The Chicks and Checks add it! n takt I iiouttrv its invo rnonev recei id sjien'. injr account ti i i. ilesottii •ecords a 1 check s .,, -i work, that farmers als' t. u satisfaction that "Chicks and Chec1 The First Nalionai Eank c! Lenuncn I'lt. T. C. Sharman, V, A. J. Behnusno. Cantiwr. I have i rtcr i it i ii raiJr«ed. 1 attcti fcr.(«!. j-.trcf ur.dtrit al! tillah't H..M0 1ft, 1116. V n r. n For Sale Certificates of Departs, Cuarrntecd 1 tl.e IMW loi of £outh lUiuitu 1 arm I,ard* KanchJ and* School Wrtirai.ts '1 CAI.I,. 1 HONE OR WRSTK The Lemnion State Br K i. sidkr 11 i-T Ar «'aahier.