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Patrick Grant, seventy, has Just re tired after forty-nine years of service a policeman in New York. Ernest Roume, former governor gen eral of the French province in East Africa, has been appointed governor general of Indo-Chlna by the cabinet Marshall Morgan, recently appointed secretary of the American and British Claims arbitration commission, has been for the last three years managing editor of the Nashville Tennesseean. The Right Hon. Thomas Burt, who rose from pit boy to privy councilor and who Is known as "the father of the house of commons," is to retire on account of his age. He is seventy seven years old. In recognition of over twenty-live years' service with the Hamburg American line Julius P. Meyer of New York has been given the decoration of the Red Eagle of the fourth class by the German emperor, through Ambas sador Count Bernstorff. John M. Carnahan, the telegraph op erator who flashed the news of the Custer massacre to the world in 1870, retired on New Year's day, after active service of more than fifty years. He has entered upon the enjoyment of the pension which the company gaanted for long service. Flippant Flings. One thing that bothers us is what a Jitney passenger does with his strap arm.—Toledo Blade. Women have started a movement to conceal their ages when registering. Very few of them look as old as that!— Chicago News. Adulteration of merchandise has gone so far that rubber is now found in cotton bales and copper in barrels of sugar.- Philadelphia Record. One of the latter day prophets says the destruction of men by war will ul timately result in a revival of polyga my. Not while the price of bonnets remains at current quotations.—Hous ton Post. Town Topics. Killing bank robbers has become a habit in Cincinnati.—Pittsburgh Post. Cleveland police are forbidden to wear wrist watches. But are they per mitted spats?—Detroit Free Press. The perfect man Is being sought by Chicago tailors. The only Joke in this news consists in the fact that they are looking for him In Chicago.—Cleve land Plain Dealer. There Is some complaint in Boston that baseball is Interfering with art Still baseball has given Boston consid erable prominence that would have been impossible to art—Philadelphia Press. Wireless Whispers. Test messages of wireless telegrams sent In Peru with five kilowatt power passed the Andes mountains from 14, 000 to 20,000 feet high. Japanese electricians were among the first experimenters with wireless telegraphy and have perfected one of the most efficient systems known. Two German wireless experts have succeeded In sending messages through the earth from mines 1,600 feet deep and one and one-half miles apart Culinary Capers. Lamb chops are Improved if dipped in lemon juice just before cooking. In making cake always beat the yolks and whites of the eggs sepa rately. Instead of boiling beetroots roast them in the oven. The flavor will be much Improved. To successfully bake a pie crust with out its filling line it with paraffin paper and fill with uncooked rice. BRIGHT BRIEFS. The easiest way to get a living is to earn it The more you know the less sure you are. f' i. A stitch In time is worth two needles In a haystack. A short answer is often followed by a long silence. Mexico seems to have found the se cret of perpetual motion. Better not try it on the dog—unless you are sure of your dog. Every time a man picks up a few cents' worth of experience he drops a dollar. Indeed do we live In a rapid age. A history of the present war is on the market It's easier for a young man to make love to a girl than for him to make a living for her. The income tax doesn't bother the man whose principal holdings consist of castles in the air. The only way to tell for sure that you don't owe more than you can pay Is to go ahead and pay It. It is all right to speak well of your enemies, but It Is better to give your Mends the first compliments. If there 16 anything you haven't seen now is the time to take a good look. Manufacturers announce a jump in the fticc of eyeglasses. HELPFUL HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES Device For Operating Scis sors Without Fatigue. An apiaratus has been recently pat ented which will save the muscles of tiie hand from the fatiguing labor in operating the scissors. Mounted in this frame, the scissors are merely guided over the lines to be cut, and the work is done automatically. The scissors are secured to a mounting frame, one end of which has a rest to hold the point of the implement just above the surface of the cutting board and a wheel in the rear to which is secured one of the handles of the scissors. Be tween is a convenient handle which has a slight vertical movement A slight pressure on the handle drives the device ahead and actuates the blades so as to cut their way through the material as the Implement pro gresses. Kitchen Kinks. When whisking an egg be sure the basin and knife are perfectly dry. There will then be no difficulty in get ting It to foam up quickly. Onions will fry more readily If dip ped in milk after slicing. Paint may be removed from win dows with hot vinegar. Half a pound each of soft soap, sand and whiting, simmered gently in a pint of water for half an hour and kept In a jar, Is handy for scrubbing boards and pans. Apples pared, cored and set Into a dish with sugar and water to bake un til tender, but not broken, are delicious with custard poured over them." Washing a 8wutir, Make clear suds, not too hot, and wash the sweater thoroughly then rinse In warm water. Do not rub it on the board, and never wring It out Rub lightly with the hands and let It drain all it will after lifting it from the water. Have a coat hanger ready with an old coat several sizes smaller than the sweater and when you have squeezed most of the water from "the sweater, put It on the hanger over the coat and button all the way down the front Put the hanger on the clothes line and let the sweater dry. Sausage With Vegetables. Take sweet potatoes, carrots and po tatoes enough to make one and one half cupfuls of each. Cut In small pieces and partly cook in boiling salted water. The carrots will need more cooking than the others. Put the veg etables in a casserole or deep pudding dish ftnd season with salt and pepper. Curl the sausage above them so the drippings will season the vegetables. Cook very slowly for an hour and a half. Ilave the vegetables boiling hot when you place the sausage on top. Serve from the casserole. Beef Stew. Cut Into small pieces two pounds of any of the cheaper cuts of beef. Add one small, yellow turnip, one carrot, one large onion and a half dozen good sized potatoes, all the salt and about a quart of cold water. The onion should be sliced and the other vege tables diced. Place the meat In the bottom of the kettle and cover with the vegetables. When it Is boiling briskly set It buck where It will sim mer for a couple of hours. Fish Chowder. Cut two pounds fish (cod is best.) Into one-inch squares. Cut into dice three large potatoes. Put in bottom of ket tle a layer of potatoes and a layer of Bsh, one chopped onion, one teaspoon ful salt, one saltspoonful each of pep per and celery seed and teaspoonful of powdered thyme. Boil In one pint of water, then add one quart of milk and half cupful of butter. A Handy Receptacle. Have the bottom step-of the back stairs put on h! aires, so as to form a small box or cupboard. In this keep the stove blacking, brushes and polish ing cloths. The bottom step of the back porch also can be treated in the same manner and the small garden tools kept there. Carrots and Onions. Scrape, slice and boil carrots until tender. Slico onions and fry in COMMISSIONERS MEETING Report of Last Meeting Continued From Last Week. Maroh 4th, 1915.—The board met pursuant to adjournment all members being present. The board having overlooked check ing up the treasurers office at January meeting they proceeded and checked up the Treasurer's books and found them all oorreot. The following were granted loans from permanent school fund. George E. Tapster, 1500.00 on the HW 1 4 8W 1-4, Sec. 17, N 1-2 NW 1-4, SW 4 NW 1-4, 8eo. 10, twp. 11, 8. range 4, E M, Luoindia Sickles 9500.00 on the SW 1-4, seo 20, twp. 7, range 8 E, M. P. W. Bilger, $600.00 on the W 1-2 SE 1-4, SW 1-4 SE 14, and NE 1-4 NW 1-4. seo. 20, twp. 11 S, range 4 E, BHM. Zeno N. Herz, 8350 00 on the SE 1-4, seo 13, twp. 11, range 3 E, M. Maude Lindsay, 8450.00 on the NE 1-4, seo. 2, twp. 9, range 4 E, B. H. M. Arley Petty, 1600 00 on the SE 1-4. and the N 1-2 SW 1-4, and S 12 NW 1-4, sec. 35, twp 8 S., range 6 E, M. Georgia W. Dryden, 1400.00 on the S 1-2 NW 1-4, seo. 16,8 1-2 NE 1-4, seo 27, twp 10 S, range.6 E, B. H. M. W. Coles, 8300.00 en the SW 1-4 SE 1-4, seo. 30, and N 1-2 NE 1-4, 6eo. 30, NE 1-4 NE 14, seo. 31, twp. 7, S, range 7 E,B. M. Andrew Crots, 8600 00 on the E 1-2 NE 1-4, theSE 1-4 and the E 12 SW 1-4, seo. 26, twp. 10 S, range 7 E, M« Charles Graves 8600.00 f«W 14 of sto 17, twp. 8, S range 7 E, and the SE 1-4, seo 21, twp. 8, range 7, and the N 1-2 of theN W 1-4, seo. 29, twp. 8» range 7 E, B. H. M. Henry Friday, 8300.00 on the SW 1-4 8W 14, seo. 17, SE 1 4 SE 1-4, seo 18, E 1-2 NE 1 4, seo. 19, W 12 NE 1-4, seo 20, twp 9, 5, E, B. H. ML D. O. Kim'j&il, 8400 00 on the NW 1 4, seo. 1, twp. 8, 8 range, 6, E, B. H. M. S. A, Calhoun 8150 00 on the N 1-2 SE 1-4, of the NE 1-4, seo 22, twp, 7, S, range 5, E, B. H. M. Hans Anderson, 8500 00 on t^e W 1-2 SW 1-4, and E 1-2 SE 1 4. seo. 8, twp. 7 S, range 1 E, B. H. M. The following application for loans from permanent school fund were re jeoted. Stephen D. Souer, Mason M. Miller, Anna A. Petro, J. O. Jones, Ida Robins, Frauois Miller, I. A, Gurnet, The Ains worth Co, W C. Tinman, Rupert Os motherly, Helvina Stephenson, John H. Han60D, vnrnn or haiii fat and when nearly cone add the carrots, season, stir well, cover and let cook very slowly, stirring frtquent ty to keep from burning. Baked Sausage. Curl the sausage in a frying pan and fover with a- tin cover. Place in a mod erate oven for one hour, turning once or twice. This makes it a delicate brown, and it is thoroughly cooked. Harry Ferguson, Albert J, Condroy, Wm. Culligan and Wm. Cole man, W. C. Trompeter was granted 8600.00 lo the NW 1-1, see. 9, NW 1-4 SW 1 4 and W 1 2 NW 1-4. seo. 10 and SW 1-4 «W 1 4, ceo. 4, twp. 9 S, range 3 E. and the N 12 NE 1-4, and N 1-2 NW 1-4 seo. 25, andS 1-2 SE 1-4, seo. 14, wp 9, 8, range 4 E, B. H, M. On motion the board adjourned to m*et regular April meeting. Attest: K. Batohelor, Co. Auditor J. A. Clark, Chairman. Wasted. Slogjjs People are inexcusably wasteful of writing paper. Bloggs— That's so. I've got creditors who write to me every week.—Cleveland Plain Dealer. Know this, that troubles come swift er than the things we desire.—Plautus. Notice of Sheriff's Sale State of South Dakota, County of Uuion, as In Circuit Court, Second Judicial Circuit. Henry llenkin and Una J. Henkln, copartners doing business under the Arm name ana style ot Henkln & Son, plaiutiffs, vs. tjeor^a Payne, defendant, Notice is heieby given that whereas on the 87th day of November, 1914, In an action pending In the circuit court of Union County, slat* of Sooth Dakota, wherein Henry Henkln and On* J. lleukin are plaintiffs and George Payne is the defendant, au attachment was issued out of the office of the Clerk of the cironit court within and for said county and was on the 1st day of De cember, 1U14 levied upon the following described real property all tight title and Interest belong ing to eaid defendant, to wit: The southwest quarter (SWJ4) of the southwest quarter (SWKI and the south half of the southwest quarter, kW!4, of section 26, and the northeast quarter NE& of the northwest quarter, NW4. of section 35, all in township 9, range 8 east of the B. H. meridian, all in Fall River county, South Da kota and Whereas, ou the lfith day of January, 1915, judgement was rendered in snid action In favor of said plaintiffs and against said defendant for the sum of $182.10, which judgement directed that plaintiff* liuve s]eoini execution against the property HO attacued and levied upon, which judgement huts be«u dulj docketed and entered in the oniee of the clerk of court and I Whereas, on the 5ih day of Ktibruary, 1915, a I special execution issued out of the office of the clerk of i*atd court upon said judgement, to me directed, commanding me to satihfy said judge ment out of the real property above described, to attached and levied upon Therefore, by virtue of said attachment lien, said judgement and special execution, I have seized and levied upon the above described real property and will sell the same, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judg ment with accruing costs, to the highest bidder for cash at the front door of the court house im the city of Hot Springs, in said county of Fall River, state of S'Utb Dakota, on the 24th day of Apri:. 1915. at the hour of -i o'clock iu the after tififtn nf pii lu« noon of said day. •atea this 18th day of March 1915. E.T.Clark Sheriff of Fall River county. South Dakota. Gantt & hills, of Elk Point, South Dakota. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. First pub March 19, last April 10 W. A, Gullfoyl, Attorney Summons. State of South Dakota, County of Fall River. S8. In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit. John A. Germiquct plaintiff, vs Gladys Ly dm Germiquct, defendant. 1.0 ytate cf boutli Dakota to ths above named defendant. TuUuri hereby summoned and required to ftni-wer the complaint in this action which was filed in the -Hic. of the Clerk of (i..urt of Fall Uivf-r county, fec.uth Dakota, at 't Spring, b. i.\ oo me 4th day ut March, 1H15, and to serve copy of your answer upon the subscriber with in thirty days ati^r the service of thta summons upon you exclusive of the day of service. In case o'votir failure to appear aud answer as above required piaintiit will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint, Ditnd this 2-ird day of February, 19i5 W. A. Uuilfoyl, __ Attorney for Plaintiff, Office and postofflce address" Edrfemont. Sonth Dakota. First pub. Earch 5, last April 9 .(Frank A. Little, Attorney) Summons State of South Dakota. County of Fall River ss. In Circuit court, seventh judicial circuit. Ida M. Heattie, plaintiff, vs. Frank Beattle, defendant. The state of South Dakota to the above named defendant, greeting: You are hereby summoned aud required to answer the complain of the above named plain tiff a copy of which is herewith served npon you and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint upon the subscriber at his office in the city of Hot Springs, South Dakota, within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service, and if vou fail to answer the said complaint within the time afore said, the plaintiff will apply to the conrt for the relief demanded in said complaint. Frank A. Little Attorney for Plaintiff Hot Springs, South Dakota The defendant above named will take notice that the Summons and Complaint in the above entitled action, was filed in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court on the 19th day of February, A. 1915. Frank A. Little Attorney for Plaintiff. First pub. Feb. 20, last April 2, 1915. Notice to Owner of Land Before Tax Deed Shall Issue To Wilhelmina Distler of Oelrichs, South Da kota, the owner of record of the land hereinafter described, and the person in possession of said isnd, and Solomon Hanson whose present ad dress is unknown, the person in whose name said land is taxed. You are hereby notified that on the llth day of November A. D. 1912, the following described piece or parcel of real estate, taxed In the name of Solomon Hanson aud situated In the connty of Fall River, state of South Dakota, as follows. The northwest quarter, NWJ4, of section seven teen, 17, towuship ten. 10, south, ranee seven, 7, east, B. 11. M., containing 160 acres, was. sold for taxes then due aud delinquent for the years 1910,1911, at tax sale by the treasurer of said county to t'. A. Wilson and was by said purchas er duly assigned to J. A. Khoads who is now the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase. That said taxes then doe and delinquent amounted to 118 89, and that subsequent taxeB to the amount of $5B.B8 have been paid, with in terest, penalty and costs accrued. »22 50, making total amount necessary to redeem $98.07, and In addition thereto the cost of service.of this notice, together with such interest as may accrue after this date, must be paid, and that the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land be made within sixty days from the completed service of this noUce. C. A. Wilson Attorney for J, A. Rhodes, lawful holder of certificate. First pub. March 5, last March 26,1916. Notice of Time Appointed for Proving Will, Etc. State of South Dakota, County of Fall River, BS In County Court. In the matter of the estate of John P. Brown, deceased, The state of South Dakota sends greetings to Hannah O, Brown, Florence Goodman, Mary A. in wen, John L. Hrown, Anna D. Tower, Nellie A. Joy and Ueorge Brown heirs, next of kin of Jonn C. Brown deceased. Pursuant to an order of said court, made on the 2nd day of March, A. D. 1915, notice is here by given that Saturday, the 20th day of March A, D. 1915, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court room of said court, at Hot Springs In tbe county of Fall liiver have been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said John P. Brown, deceased, and for hearing the said Eotters etition for probate thereof and the issaance of Testamentary therein, when and where any person interested may appear aae contest the same. Dated at Hot Springe, South Dakota, the 2nd day ef March A. D. 1916. Attest: (SEAL] George Hummel |By the Court Clerk of the County Court P. F. Ward Judge of the County Court First pub. March 5, last Maroh 19,1915, Mortgage Sale Whereas default has been made in the pay ment of tbe principal and interest ssoured by a mortgage dated the 15th day of July, 1911, ex ecuted by Itlioda Billups, mortgagor, to Chamb ers Kellar, mortgagee, aud which mortgage was recorded In the office of the Register of Deeds of the county of Fall River, South Dakota, in book I, on page 469, on July 18,1911, aud the amount claimed to be due upon said mortgage at the date of this notice Is the sum of six hundred ninety-Bix ($0SH).00) dollars, being six hundred dollars, principal, seventy-one dollars interest and twenty-live dollars attorneys' fee allowed by law, Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and in pursuance of the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, at public atctlon, to the highest bidder, at the front door of the courthouse in the city of Hot Springs, Fall River county, state of South Dakota, on the 34th day of April 1915 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day. The mortgaged premises are situate in tbe county of Pali River, state of Sonth Dakota, and are described aa follows, to wit Lots numbered one (1) to sixteen (16), both in clusive, in block numbered twenty five (25), and that portion of lots numbered seventeen (17) to twenty-nine (29), both inclusive, in said block numbered twenty-five (35), lying sast of Fall River, all In Oatnolicon Springs addition (o the town, now city of Hot Springs slso two square acres, situate in the sontheast corner of section twenty-four, 24, in township seven, 7. south of range five, j, east B. H. M., being tbe second and third acres from the southeast corner also lots numbered one, 1, to five, 5, botf inclvsive, in block numbered twenty-four, 24, 1 Catbolicon Springs addition to the town, now city, of Hot Springs, South Dakota. Also a certain Interest in a certain water right convey ed by Chambers Kellar to the said Khoda Billups on July 1 1911, which said water right was lo cated on November 22,1904, and locate certificate of which was recorded in the office of tbe Regis ter of Deeds of Fall River county. South Dakota, on November 28, 1904, in bookS of Miscellaneous Records, at page 577. Dated March 1,1915. Chambers Kellar, Mortgagee E. T. Clark, sheriff Fall River county, S. 1). First pab. March 4 last April 2i, 1915. Mortgage Sale Whereas, default has been made in the ment of the money secured by a mortgage dati December 18th. 1910, executed by William E. Spotts, and Minnie Spotts. husband and wife, to James H. Coleman of Oelrichs, South Dakota, post office, and which mortgage was recorded In the •ftce of the Register of Deeds af the county of Fall Kivsr, state of South Dakota, on the 27th day of December, A. D. 191o at 9 o'clock A. M. in book of mortgages on page 221: and Whereas, said mortgage was duly assigned by the said James B. Coleman to Anna Qlbson of Ualena. Illinois, postoffice, which assignment was duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds of Fall River county, South Dakota on the 14tli day of August. 1911 at 9 o'clock a. m. and recorded in book of mortgaged on page 8E9 and Whi'roHS, said mortgage was duly assigned by the said Anna Gibson to Alick L. Uihson, of Galena, Illinois, postofflce. which assignment wan duly recorded in the ofnee of tbe Register of Deeds in and for Fall River county on the 14th day of January, 1915 at 8:45 o'clock a, m., and recorded in book 8 of mortgages on page 46 and Whereas, co action or proceeding at law or otherwise has been instituted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof, and Whereas, It was stipulated In said mortgage that if default should oe made in the payment of any portion of the principal or interest promptly at the time the same shall become due, then the whole sum, both principal and interest, shall at once become due and payable and Whereas, the whole amount of principal and Interest has become due by reason of such de fault and Whereas, the amount claimed to be due npon said mortgage, at the date of this notice is the sum ot seven hundred sixty-seven and sixty-three hundredths dollars, to-wit: the snm of six hundred dollars principal, ninety-five snd twenty.five hundredths dollars Interest and seventy-two and thirty-eight hundredth* dollars taxes paid by the assignee, besides ths statutory costs of this foreclosure. Now therefore, notice It hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained lu said mortgage, and duly recorded as aforesaid, and in pursuance of the statutes in such cases made and provided, tbe said mortgage will be fore closed by a sale of the mortgaged premises there in described, at public auction at the front door of the court house In tbe city of Hot Springs, county of Fall liiver, state of South Dakota, on .Saturday the 27th day of March. A. D. 191j at 2 a'clock in the afternoon of that day. The mort gaged premises are situated in tbe county of Fall Klver, state of South Dakota, and are de scribed as follows, to-wit: The north-east quarter of section nine (9) In township nine (0). sonth of rarnra wight SRI of the Black Hills meridian. Dated this 23rd day of January, A. I). 1915, at Armour, Sonth Dakota. K. I'. Wander, Alick L. Gibson, Assignee Armour, South Dakota, Attorney for Assignee. Subscribe for tbe Hot Springs Star BUSINESS LOCALS. ETC. Just arrived a car of fancy Montaha seed oats. The Wooster Co. 48-tf FOB RENT—One of my oottages on College Hill. Enquire at Stookmans Bank. Mrs. Etta Ames. 40tf FOR SALE A lot of registered Hereford bull oalves. All good ones, come and see them. Will be sold right. Kobinaon & Parkin, Hot Springs, 8. D. 2w The poor man's opportunity to get a farm and be independent is* upper Wisconsin. The cut-over land, where orop failures are unknown. For free Plora^'wu8^688 P®ter8°n. Glen PIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services every Sabbath at the ohuroh opposite the post office. 9:30 olass meeting, 10 a. m. Sunday eohool, 11 a. m, morning 6ermon, 6:30 p. m. Epworth League, 7.30 p. evening sermon. Weekly prayer meeting Thursday evening. A cordial invitation to strangers and friends to worseiw with us, Herbert Case, pastor. Residenoe next door to ohuroh FramUifl Kodak finishing Eniargino Typewriters and Smiles Stevens Studio REX A. JOYC E, MGR. OFFICE PHONE:88. Route The Greatest Forage Plant of tbe Age. Endorsed by the U. 8. Agricul tural Department. Fine for Hay, Grain, Forage, Silage, Makes tooney when other crops fail. Laugh at drought and smile at rain. Qulok grower and heavy producer. 2 to 6 pounds of seed plant an aore making 2 to 6 tons of hay and 300 to 600 lba, of seed per aore. Cheapest most profitable to cultivate. We will send prepaid by parcel post one pound of pure seed for 61, or 50 poands for 50o per poand. Circular free and full instructions for planting with eaoh order. EUegene Farm, Box 15, Aldine, Tins FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMERSF BEST OF SERVICE GUARANTEED CALIFORNIA EXPOSITIONS SEASON OF 1915 Commencing March ist, from Western Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming and the Black Hills, approximately one fare for the round trip to California over direct routes, with *17.50 additional via Port land or Seattle, The Pacific Coast tour is the World's greatest rail journey. Thepe expositions will bring before you the romance and the modern civil ization of California. When you go, make the tour more complete by including the ocean voyage between San Francisco and Portland in the new steamers, "Great Northern" or "Northern Pacific"— palaces of the Pacific, with the speed of express trains and the pro portions of ocean steamers the $17.50 additional includes berths and meals on these steamers. Our publications will tell you about this grand tour, our through service, the ocean coast voyage, etc., o* write either of us. For Sale—Lots one to fire, blook four, Minnekahta addition, on whlah,ta a well of hot mineral water saffloleat for a. bath house, adjoining Minnekahta spring on the weet. Adress, W. Wheeler, Atkinson, Nebraska. 46-4t For Sale—My Cold Brook property oonsiating of eight room residenoe re oently improved, 150 foot lot, barn and other out buildings. Will be sold on easy terms. Inquire of W. A. Rankin Hot Springs, Sooth Dakota, 211 Erana Avenue. 4t-65 FOR SALE One two-story dwelling and bafn, with three lota. One two-story dwell ing, with one lot. One foar-room oottage. One two-atory stone business blook. All oentrally looated. Will sell all for 17500.00. on easy terms. Chambers Kellar, Lead, Sonth Dakota. NOTICE The Postmaster General directs the applications for the vaoant postmaster ship at the proposed postoffloe of Sand stone, South Dakota from the patrons of that otlloe. Applications mast be prepared and forwarded to Mr. Roy La Forge postoffloe inspector, Rapid City, South Dakota, by Maroh 20th, 1915. jmRBD Chicago and BWjllr North Western Ry. fl rW-ira-iriTr»« America is Short on Hay. So is Europe. The Demand is sure to Increase GROW SUDAN GRASS JOHN W. TAYLOR, ASST. Ui|dcct»ltti|g Co. A. FLORIDA ««Giili Coast is near and offers splendid at tractions to winter tourists. Low Rates Tickets on sale to Jacksou ville, New Orleans, Mobile. St. Augustine, Palm Beach, O an do am pa a Havana, and many other paints. Favorable stop-overs, choice of scenic routos, lib eral return limits. You arrive in Chicago at the palatine new Passenger Terminal. Convenient con nections with fast trains on all southern lines, The Beat of Everything. For rates and particulars ^^call ticket agents BLACK 92, RESD1ENCE W. L. BALDWIN, Ticket Agent, Hot Springe, 8. D. L. W. WAKELEY, Ceneral Passenger Agent Omaha, Nebraska.