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"There 1b an eastern potentate who Would be even better than a Panama' expert to conduct this fly-killing cam paign." "Who is that?" "The Akhmoond of Swat." CASTORIA Don't Persecute Your Bowels Cut out cathartics and purgatives.. They are brutal, harsh, unnecessary. Trj& CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS Purely vegetable. Act Sently on the liver, eliminate bile, anc soothe the delicate., membrane of th bowel. Cur Constipation, Biliousness, Sick Head. •cho and. Indigestion, at million* know. The Villain Outvillained. "I wouldn't trust him," she argued. "Neither would I," assented the other girl "he's as treacherous as a fountain pen." Cooks Slow Tireless* You have a splendid range and a Unless cooker combined in this new NEW PERFECTION with the in sulated oven. It bakes or roasts cither fast or slow, or you can seal" the oven and turn out the flame and cook by the easy, economical "fire less" method. The insulation that makes this wonderful convenience possible saves So Price Low—Theprice of this NEW PERFECTION with the Insulated DEFIANCE STARCH is constantly growing in favor because it Does Not Stick to the Iron and it will not injure the finest fabric. For laundry purpose sit has no equal. 16 oz~ package 10c. 1-3 more starch for same money. DEFIANCE STARCH CO., Omaha, Nebraska DAISY FLY KILLER •4S0LD SOMZBS, IM What is Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil* Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It -destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 80 years, has borne the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in thia, All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. Genuine Castoria always bears the signature of CARTERS ITTLE PILLS. SHALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature Notice to Catarrh Sufferors Undoubtedly you have tried various rem edies for Catarrh, this universal ailment, without obtaining satisfactory results. Here is our proposition in a few words. Send us 25c in stamps for one bottle Baldauf's Catarrh Remedy a mentholated antiseptic powder for local use, free from poisonous drugs. If at the end of ten days you are not convinced of its intrinsic merl,t notify us and we will cheerfully return 25c to you. Excellent for the treatment of Nasal Ca tarrh, Catarrhal Deafness, Cold In the Head, Hay Fever, Catarrhal Headaches, Bad Breath, Loss of 8melt,etc. Baldauf Drug Co., S42S North An., Milwaukee, Wit On* ol MlltcoosTa largest and best equipped drug store*. Fiction. "What kind of fiction does Fleecer write?" "Mainly promissory notes and I O Cs."—Boston Evening Transcript. An Oil Burning Range with a "Three-in-One" Oven much money in fuel bills that a NEW PERFECTION soon earns its moderate price. It burns clean, convenient, economi cal oil—which also means no more carrying of coal or wood or clean ing out ashes. THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY (eunumi) Chicago, DL uyvken, at tracts as* kills *11 ain. Heat, clean, or nameatal, oonTcnleat, cheap. Lasts all I season. Had*at I metal. outaplll ertlp I OT«ri wtu not f-oll or IInjurs anjthlaff. Guaranteed affMtlTe. 1 All dealers ortwiii •xprsn paid for tl.C*. Bo PATENTS Zalk Am., Broeklra, R. T. WatMS E. (Vtlxna*, Patent Lawyer, Washington, B.C. Advice and book* free. Close Enough. "Where would the average 'speed king* be without his mechanician?" "My lira guess is under the car.' What the average man really should have is not his rights, but his deserts. HORSES FOR EUROPE Europe Is buying thousands of horses from the United States for the war. The army agents refuse all horses that are not In good condition and free from con tagious and Infectious diseases. When the buyers come yon most be ready to sell. Keep YOUK horses In salable condition, prevent and cure Distemper. I'lnk Hyo, Epixootlc, Catarrhal and Shipping Fever by using the largest selllM veterinary remedy SPOHff'S DISTEMPER COMPOUND. Absolutely safe for all ag»s. One bottle cures a case. 60 cents and II the bottle. t& and 110 the dozen. Write for free booklet, "Distemper, Causes and Cure/1 SPOHN MEDICAL COMPANY, Chemist* and Bacteriologists, GOSHEN, INDIANA Earmarks. Alexander Powell, war' correspon dent and lecturer, said at a tea in New York: "The English volunteer troops are splendid. You can tell by certain ear marks where they come from. You can tell the miners of the Midlands, the mill hands of Manchester, the bookkeepers of London, the—" "How do you tell them?" a young lady asked. "Well," said Mr. Powell, "it's easy enough to tell, for example, the book keepers. Every time the bookkeepers are commanded to stand at ease they try to put their rifles behind their cars." HANDS LIKE VELVET Kept So by Daily Use of Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Trial Free. On retiring soak hands in hot Cuti cura soapsuds, dry and rub the Oint ment into the hands some minutes. Wear bandage or old gloves during night. This is a "one night treat ment for red, rough, chapped and sore hands." It works wonders. Sample each free by mail with 32-p. Skin Book. Address Cuticura, Dept. XY, Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv. On the Other Hand. "Now, this new war play is a se vere arraignment of the man who won't go to the front and fight for his country." "I see. And' no doubt the large number of male actors in the case feel that it Isn't up to them." His Status. "That baseball player is an ugly mug." "He Isn't. He's a pitcher." Oven is extremely reasonable. It costs little more than a good fire nless cooker, less than the average coal range, while giving yon the service of both. You can see it at your dealer's in two sices. Ask him for the latest NEW PER- FECTION Wick Blue Flame OIL COOK STOVE withHhe Firelest Cooker Oven. Look for the tri angle trademark. For Beat Jbratti Uam PERFECTION OH 72-page cook book free. Just Bead 10 cents In stamps to cover mailing and get this fine cook book tfhich contains over 200 recip compiled on purpose for NI PERFECTION users. Address C-R-E-A-M Best cash market—Handle poultry and veal. Wrl te for prlee list and tags. THE R. E. OOBB COMPANY, 14 Ea«t8rd Street, St. Paul, Minn. WHEN YOU THINK FLAGS Think of Factory Price Than writs to us for catalogue AMERICAN FLAQ MFO. CO., Eaaton, Pa* Sioux City Directory "Hub of the Northwest" FOK BK8T SERVICE SHIP RICE BROTHERS Live Stock Commlaalon Merchants at mouxorrr. onioa— ir—ssony W. N. U., SIOUX CITY, NO. £4-191fr xi NEWS OF SOUTH DAKOTA Western Newspaper Union Xetr* Semce. A 50 per cent increase in population in Sioux Palls during the last five years is assured by census returns. Dope fiends have been making sys tematic raids on the offices of Aber deen physicians stealing morphine, co caine and other drugs. The Epworth league state conven tion will open at St. Lawrence June 15, to be followed by the annual Meth odist district camp meeting there. The program for the annual conven tion of the South Dakota bankers' convention which will be held here June 25-26, is practically complete. A. G. Skrove has purchased ten acres of land on the James river near Yankton and plans on establishing a miniature Coney island on the tract. An 800-pound hog was delivered on the market at Bridgewater by Rudolph Kolls, which is said to be one of the largest porkers ever offered for sale on that market. Wessington authorities are attempt ing to locate the owner of a Ford auto mobile which was found abandoned near the city limits. The car bears an Iowa number. An unidentified man who was crushed under a freight train neai Groton Friday evening died at Aber deen Monday. He attempted to give his name just before he died. The annual convocation of the Episcopal church of South Dakota was concluded here last week, proving one of the most successful gatherings ever held in the state. An oldtime roundup of cattle on the Rosebud reservation commenced last week, and will be conducted with all the formality of the great roundups which formerly took place in the re gion between the Missouri river and the Black Hills. The Lead Commercial club at one of the largest gatherings ever held by that body, took action on thr? Fourth Df July celebration proposition and decided to hold that event on July 5 this year. The Fourth of July at Lead Is the biggest occasion of the year in the Black Hills. H. L. Richie, a rancher living near Dkaton, is the owner of a rooster which evidently aspires to become known as the man-killing rooster. Aa the result of a spurring from the rooster,, Richie was in a critical con dition several days from blood poison* Ing, and yet feels the effects of tho wound inflicted by the bird. Sioux Falls' ball team either wan Sered too far from the home grounds when they went to Ft. Dodge, la., or else June in nearly every inning a number scores resulted. As a novel invention Ira Kruger, Aberdeen, has completed one of the latest. Mr. Kruger has completed the construction of a machine to cut weeds from between railroad rails, The new device was demonstrated near the Milwaukee passenger depot with a number of officials of the roa# as onlookers. The car is operated with a gasoline engine and moves at a fair rate of The plans of the Commercial club for the northwestern farm tractor dem onstration to be held in Sioux Falls August 17-20 are fairly speeding along. There is a harmonious tone to all the letters received from the va rious manufacturers of tractors those who cannot be represented endorsing the idea and deploring conditions that render it impossible to be with us. Most of fered by the modern tractor and this show gives them the much desired opportunity of inspecting the real ar ticle instead of reading about it in a catalog. Matthew Lavery, janitor at the Cen tral school at Yankton for the past twenty-seven years, retires with the cessation of school this month. He took the position of janitor at the Central when the school was com pleted twenty-seven years ago this summer. The Hignmore Bulletin, the other lay, counted eigbty-one ten-gallon cans of cream going out of Highmore, and lays that every evening there are a eouple of truck loads of cream shipped jut, and adds: "We should worry as tang aa the grass grows r'j ,r--. HOT SPRINGS WEEKLY STAR. was not the right kind 1 a day and was beaten by a score 18 to 7. Lucking, pitching for the locals, was hit freely, the Iowans amassing a total of of of eighteen hits and ot of speed, clipping off all vegetation between the rails. One hundred and sixty young women and men make up the 1915 graduating class at the Northern Normal and In dustrial school at Aberdeen. This is by far the largest class ever gradu ated from this institution, and one of the largest ever graduated in the state. The 1915 graduating class is made up as follows: Graduates from advanced normal course, fifty-one household arts course, ten industrial normal course, four intermediate normal course, seventy elementary normal course, twenty-five. Included in the 1915 list of graduates are students from every state in the northwest. South Dakota leads with North Da kota 9. close second. The remaining students are mostly from northwest ern states adjoining North and Gouth Dakota. them, however, have expressed their intention of showing here, com ing from the show at Freemont, Neb., or direct from factories, assuring the thousands of farmers who attend their money's worth in seeing tractors in actual operation. "This demonstra tion is to be distinctly an educational event," said Secretary Gibbs. "Farm ers who are up-to-date everywhere are coming to realize the advantages of BIG REWARD FOR INVENTIONS British Government Is Encouraging Ideas Tending to Improve Devel opment of Army Equipment. That there are handsome rewards for those who are able to devise im provements in guns and machinery is shown in sums that have been paid in fees to inventors at army ordnance factories for the year ending March, 1914. No less than £4,000, for in stance, was paid to Col. C. L. Holden, late superintendent of the royal gun and carriage factories, for various in ventions and improvements connected with ordnance mountings, machine tools, etc., in addition to £500 paid on another account while £2,850 was paid to Mr. W. T. Thomson, chemist and manager, respectively, of the Royal Gunpowder factory, for improve ments in the manufacture of nitro cellulose and accompanying apparatus, in addition to a previous £1,150. Smaller amounts, such as £250 to Mr. W. H. Turton, manager of the Royal Gun factory, for improved ma chines for the manufacture of ord nance £100 to Mr. W. Lambert for a process for testing steel bullets £25 each to William Rogers and E. F. Pul lar for labor-saving and improved tools for use at the Royal Carriage department, and £20 to Assistant Foreman S. Capon, Royal Gun Factory forges, for improved muffle for use in forges, have also been paid.—Tit-Bits. Too Sour. Professor Copeland ?f Harvard, as the story goes, reproved his students for coming late to class. "This is a class in English composi tion," he remarked with Barcasm, "not an afternoon tea." At the next meeting one girl was twenty minutes late. Professor Cope land waited until she had taken her seat. Then he remarked bitingly: "How will you have your tea, Miss Brown?" "Without the lemon, please," Miss Brown answered quite gently.—Chris tian Register. A Cinch. "My big brother is a printer," said the boy who worked in a downtown office. "That's nuthin' to brag about," re torted his bosom friend. "Maybe it ain't, but it's mighty handy just the same. When I want to go to a ball game, I get him to put a death notice in the paper, so the boss has got to believe I'm goin' to a funeral." A Diversion. "I had a delightful experience this morning," said Gasserby. .. "Tell me about it," said Dorfling. "Two old gentlemen of my acquain tance forgot the war long enough to have an argument about a disputed point in Shakespeare." An Unmaker of History. Directory Canvasser—What is your husband's occupation, madam? Lady—Oh, he unmakes history. Directory Canvasser—Unmakes his tory! Lady Yes he writes historical novels. Troubles and thunderclouds usually seem black in the distance, but grow lighter as they approach. .',r s? ,4. 1 Any Time— r: These Superior Corn Flakes are not only a delicious breakfast food—they make an appetizing lunch at any hour of the day. And how the kiddies do enjoy them! After play time—for lunch or supper die crinkly brown flakes just hit the spot Post Toasties are made of choicest selected Indian corn steam-cooked, daintily seasoned, rolled and toasted to a delicate golden-brown. Post Toasties reach you all ready to serve—just add cream or milk. Little or no sugar is required as pure sugar is cooked in. Also mighty good with any kind of Your fruit Ask Grocer* y.V mto In trying to get her rights many a woman goes at it in the wrong way. Drink Denison's Coffee. Always pure and delicious. A girl admires a fast young man— that is, if she has him so fast that he can't possibly get away. TOUR OWN DRUGGIST WILL TELL YOU Trj Murine Kje Remedy for Red, Weak. Watery •yes and Granulated *yelld»: No 8atarUo— lust Bye comfort, write for Book of the Kye •7 nail Free. Murine Bye Beaedy Co., Chicago, Love is one of the few things that Is never displayed on a bargain coun ter. Conversation attains Its most asinine form In the grandstand at the ball park What haB become of the old-fash ioned soda fountain which yielded sarsaparllla? A man can be reconciled to any sort of expenditure if none of the money belonged to him. Buck Kilby says a man of leisure is one who has time to finiBh a game of three-cushion billiards. The trouble Is not so much that peo ple cheer nonsense as that they vote fOr it Varying Estimates. "I put my reliance in the wisdom of the plain people," said Senator Sor ghum. "But suppose the plain people do not happen to agree with you?" "Then I refuse to be influenced by the thoughtless crowd." Caught. -J "What a pretty hat, Mrs. Plnkey wore this evening." "Did you like it, dear?" Sy "Yes, it was very becoming. Why don't you get hats like that?" "You musn't blame me lit I laugh, John. The hat you like is my hat Mrs. Plnkey borrowed it this eve ning. It's the $30 hat you called a fright."—Cleveland Plain Dealer. .a X, )U l-fj-,'*'- '3,, Post Toasties—the Superior Corn Hakes! Ye* waiting for every fanner or farmer's eon any industrious American who is anxious to establish for himself a happy home and prosperity. Canada's hearty in vitation this year is more attractive than ever. Wheat is higher but her farm land just as cheap and in the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta 160 Acra Homesteads are Actually Free to Settlers and I Other Land at From $15 te $20 per Aore The people of European countries as wel as the American continent must be fed—thus an even greater demand for Canadian Wheat will keep up the price. Any farmer who can buy land at $15.00 to $30.00 per acre —get a dollar for wheat and raise 20 to 45 bushels to the acre is bound to make money—that's what you can expect in Western Canada. Wonder ful yields also of Oats, Barlsy and Flax. Mixed Farming is fully as prof itable an industry as grain raising. The excellent grasses, full of nutrition, are the only food required either for beef or dairy purposes. Good schools, markets convenient, climate excellent Military service is not compulsory in Canada. There is no conscription and no war'tax on lands. Write tor literature and particulars as to reduced railway rates to superintendent Immigration, Ottawa, Canada or to J.M.MacLacUaa,Drawerl97,Watertown,S.D. R. A. Garrett, 311 JaduoaSt, St. Paal, Hisa. Canadian Government Assets. FREE FROM THOSE WORRIES Troubles of Commuter Got Little SynK pathy From Fellow Passenger on Train. "Some of my bulbs have rotted la the ground. Ever have that happen to you?" asked the commuter of the, man who sat beside him in the train. "No, I can't say I have," replied the other. "And the bugs in my rosebushes are a pest. Do you have any trouble. of that kind?" "Not a bug on a single bush." "That's strange. Now, with my lawn, I find that only about half the grass looks healthy. The reBt won't grow no matter how much I water it But I suppose you know from experience what that is?" "Never had any grass trouble either." "Great Scott, man!" exclaimed the commuter. "How do you manage to es cape all these annoyances?" "Very easily, sir. I live in a ho* tel." 5 The Height of Atrocity. "I see the Germans are using ga», Instead of shot and shell," said Hark away. "Could anything be more atro-' clous?" "Oh, yes," said Dingleberry. "It would be more atrocious if after us ing the gas they should fire a volley of gas bills at. their victims labeled 'Please remit.'" Reduced. "They're having a marked-down sal* of shoes at Blank's." "I thought they prided themselves on never cutting prices." "Who said anything about city prices? It's the sizes they've marked down." Awkward. Noah beheld the flood. "And net a blessed place to Intern," he cried.- When a man sings a woman's praise^ she doesn't care whether he can carry the tune or not