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Worth il U'i I I Oct IX—IftOO A N X. L- SI'ACKMAN. Phf.SIDENT l\\ ULSON. \smi Reservation State Bank (glfrirttttaa. of Sisseton, Souta Dakota. The oldest Bunkum Si*eton. Fann unci City hoans iniido, Colle.- specialty. hisur anee WrUten. W6doa»rei 1» .iking Lvisnn'ss Vour Patronage Is Solicited. romes You in't have good bread unless you hav" good material, We use only IK* best milling wheat in the. ma fa -ture of our flour. We have t!i 11 est and most approved ma From Good. and use it in the best way at. 1 ne result is that the product id* our in 11 Stands on Its Merit. The flour manufactured by the Sis seton Milling Co. stands up to our recommendations for it. Bread and pastry made with our flour are stimulating and help make good living. Try a sack, I The Sisseton MiilS Light Co. I We Also Handle Coal ami Feed Are now on exhibition at our Btore. ToyB, Novelties and Hiiev Goods. Now Is the ttrne to bny. "HrkTi'f nnf The longer you delay your UUll put It OH. Christmas shoypinS, the more apt are you to be disappointed, While the crowds are not too large and stocks in full assortment, I\ rinwt is the best time to make selections. U\) 1L nu BURINS & WOLFF •4« I EC O S E 3 S A E E Ts the Standard of Kxt'liiMire in safe msr.ufaelurf. Contractors to the S. Oovernmont. ihe Me.vkMn ^overurne *ind the Hosier Safe is iti General Use All over the world. Send -r Ca.t ilugue The Mosler Safe Hamilton, Ohio. 5IATII Kor.l.MANN I'H'I'Ki: LINS'J-IOK I.IIIIKNZ ilUKGLV SISSETON STONE CO. •laiitilai'tuieis CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Tbe Best Material for Building Purposes E E N S ID E W A S A ID We Are Contractors and Builders and take .contracts for putting up either Concreto, Brick or wooden Huildlnps. We l» all tr.untier of mason work and pla'terlng. Let Us li^ure 'B Oil your job. SISSETON STONE CO. If You Don't Read The Standard You Don't CetThe News A the: Sisseton, High I W Sti Headquarters For ijjnlifiay douiiB Racket Store Large Assortment of Fancy Dishes, Stationery. souvenir PomuI Cards, All Kinds of Toys, Largo As&oitni'n Dollls, Kverything io 1-Mense the children. VICTOR TALKING MACHINES AND NEW RECORDS E. M. BATSON, Prop. Sisseton, S. D. R. W. METCALFE (Successor to l'\ D. Clniussee) PROPRIETOR OF European Restaurant & Lunch Room Open Day and Night. Meals at All ili-urs Ovstcrs, Game and Fish in season aSouth RAUL BABCOCK UnitedStates Commissioner, Dist. S. D. All Uindsol Lund Ollice business transacted. Filings and Final Proofs mudo. Contest AH! davits and all Contest Papers nvide. Call wlieti you want information about Govern •iitiiu land business Blanks furnished free. cf A Proper Memorial I'vitjeuiitnij t-hould ti iheini.e oi all citi zei.s. Neihlti|! adds bo much to the beauty us appropriate n.onuments. We Will Wake One For You that will be a credit totiir family ur.d to the city We'd L,ike to make you in tsiinmte. Sisseton Marble Works -Geo. Adkins & Son. Props. Class Furniture A 8 L' \i I Our new slock of fur:i'tu"o !?. o\vin display and Is om uf the mosf. coir.pletc t!i:it l.ns been oln-n sr the publii There is a wide ran^e of styles and prnes hut in evt rv p'ere of fur niture. you get the best possible value for your money. Hand sonic line of carpci draperies, eurtuin*. et\ T. W. CAHILL S I 8 S E O N S Every Purchase You Make here of a buggy, wtigoii or any other ve hicle means a saving to you. The high est class vehicles, all well made, bear ing the maker's name plate and ones that arc -ure to sustain the good repu tation oi uotli the a 1c and seller. We can give you the very best terms and show you the finest line any day in the week. WE WANT TO INTKKKST YOU and every farmer in the machinery we have to se.l. We want to explain the good points and tell you about prices and terms. You can make money by having the right kind of machinery. A W O W E Sisseton, S. D. STSSETON, ROBERTS COUNTS, S. I). DECEMBER 7, 1906—12 Pages No. 24 ifrrmw Dak. Fresh Hash Subscribe lor the Standahd Legal h),inks at the Standakii oi lier. A llankinson pait-r speak" it ,he l»ev. Mr. Glmlilet. Let, us hup.: hi may not be such a bote as the name in plies. I There may not lie inv connection between the fact that there is a milk famine in Sissetmi, anil that the. rivets are. frozen over but it looks darned suspicions now, don't it? I'aul liabcock returned Tuesday from—well, what's it, to vim wheie be was from, lie was si ill picking tin key from his teeth and looked as though he had enjoyed his Thanks giving. 'rile Sisseton llremen will give their annual dance on the evening of December 14th. As is their custom on similar occasions, thev will give you good music and a good time. Kver' 1 citizen should la! pleasure in encouraging the boys, not, forgetting ,vbat tl.eir organization represents to lliiH city. I lie reckless way in which m..ny children of this city coast down the ley st reels make* it, -appropriate to sound a note of warning Accidents resulting from such sport are report ed often as to receive comparative ly little nntit e. Only a few days ago a nine-jears-old boy was killed in i11im by running into a trolley ear. Sisseton has ir.i trolley^ (as vet) but OWE of us don't drink, some of us do fin Some of us use a word or two. Most of us, raaybw are half-way ripe For deeds that wouldn't look well in type. All of us have done things no doubt, Ve don't very often brag about. Wo are timidly good, we are badly bold, But there's hope for the worst of uh, hold, If there be a few things wr d'dn't do For the reason that we *o u.. o. there -ire occasions without number when the lives of children cod^finj: on oui streets are endan^cri tl- Just because El rod va« defeated for renomlnat ion last summer, tftat, cantankerous indi vitUinl, Sheuaid, who had it In for 101 roil because lie wouldn't, use iiis inliuenee to land 1 iiin t,! county pi itit ing once ution time, as the storv writers say, Inys the. tiattering unction to his soul th ,t. lie, Shepard, did it witii his lit,tie pen. Shepard thinks that lie's the whole tan nark, but, there ate crip pies livelier than he, and he cut^ about as much figure where tie is known as a small cake ot ioe would in hell. In fact he doesn't cut enough concealed aqua pura to frajipe a small bowl. "Keep it out of the paper," is the cry which the local newspaper pub lishers daily hears. To oblige often costs considerable, tho' the party whe make? the request thinks the grant! nK scarcely worth say ion "thaik you" for. A newspaper is a peculiar thing in the public's eve. The news patherer is stormed be cause he gets hold of one item and is abused because he doesn't get au- boms of us sin on a smaller V. (We don't mind minnows, we ai a whale) Wc speak of a woman with hall a sneer, We sit on our hands when we on^ht to cheer. The salad we mix in the bowl of the heart, We sometimes make a little too iart For home eonsiunpiion. Wc jxrowl, we nag. Hut we're not quite lost if we .sometimes drag The hot words hack and make them mild At I ho moment! hey fret to he running wild.' bon'l pin yonr faith on the man or woman Who never is templed. We're mostiy human. And whoever ho he who never has telt The red blood sing in the veins and melt The ice. of convention, caste' and creed, To the very last burr rr, bus no need To raiM? his lnow- at the rest of Up, It hides its time in the best of us. And well fr him if be do not do 'I'hat \shtrh the strength of hirn wants him to. other. Young men, and often young women, as well as ob'er persons, per form acts which become legitimate items for public-il Ion and then come to the ollice ami hog the editor not to notice t.heit escapades. The next day tliev i- 'tidi'inti the same paper for not 'la^io^ u'111shed another party do in. tie "ame thing hev were guilty ot. b.ijeinti apparently their late visit to the printing ollice.—Water town Miopper-TSews. Jj1 Blood Is Red. Tlieysn it is up to Register of Deeds Statist ad to set. 'em np for the courthouse force. It seems that curiosity i* a tailing not wholly ap propriated by lie gentler sex, espec ially when there in a .voting lady in the case. We understand that her name was Mabel. ait& a" 6 Klliott Re-nanteil—A Washington despatch ot the .'id says that the pre* ident sent to the senate on that date the nomination of .lames D. Elliott of Soul 'i Dakota for United S* sites attorney lor this district. Thanksgiving Triplets—W 11 e. Rock is bound to increase her popula sioti, no! i'V ours and l»vos but by threes. Triplets, two girl# and a boy. were born to Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph Sheridan of that, town on Thanks giving day. (Jainc and Fisli Laws—The Stand ahu has received the following letter from W. S. Doty, of Sioux Fails: "At a meeting of the sportsmen of chia state at. Sioux Falls Nov. 14tli, 1 was '.-Vy.r N K'.lmund Vanco Cooke. named the chairman of a committee of llfteen to frame suitable game and lish laws tor this state. Thi.s com mittee will meet, in Sioux Fails Dec. 5th. We recognize the fact that wo have a herculean task before us. Wq alsttrncogtiize the fact that we need' the support, of the press of this state to make our efforts a success. We are not working in tho interests ol any individuals or ol a class, but for all who enjoy the sport of llshmg nn.'l hunting We earnestly solicit your support in our endeavors to have en acted a law that will perpetuate both hunting and ashing in our state. Wo ask that you will, through the col-, umns of your paper, give this meas ure which we are seeking to have enacted, the supi ort that you deem worthy. It was the unanimous opin of all attending this meeting, that spring shooting sh iuld be abol ished, and that the limit on chickens should be reduced, also that on quail. It was our idea to license each hunti er$1.00. By sodding we would be able to create a fund sufficiently large to pay a state itue wadren and dep uties, a salary which would enable them to enforce laws, aud not have! our game la^o a farce, as they are at: the present time."