II. I, SI'AQKMAN. I'HBSIOKNT i. I'A ULSON.
CA-^ii 11 i. ._
Reservation S'.xe Bank
1 Sisseton, Scr.it) Dakota.
The olik-si Banking im
and City Loans made. C«i
anco Wr W6d-»
"-Kseton. I- arm
n^cialty, I usur
Your Patron 4 Is Solicited.
Stands on Its Merit-
The Hour manufactured by the Sis
seton Milling Co. stands up to our
reconmien dat ions for it. Bread
and pastry nifcde with our. Hour are
stimulating and help make good
living. Try a sack,
We Also Handle Coal and Feed
O S E
Worth omes From Goodl
\ou 't .mvegood bread unless
you .(I material, We use
onl l,e milling wheat in the
in re 1 if our'Hour. We have
s' ami most approved ma
ml uso it in the best way
.1 result is that the product
IS A EP=
Is the Siaiulard of Exelleuce
in safe ms::ufacture,
Contractors to lliu I'. S. (Joverniue.it. iliu Mexican govenime.it unl the
Moslcr Sale is in lleneral I'so All over the world. Semi for Catalogue
The Hosier Safe Co.
MAT1I KOI,LM ANN I'ETKIi LINSTKR LOliENZ
SISSETON STONE CO.
1111 fact rets (if
CONCRETE BUILDING BLOKS
AND CONCRETE CHIMNEYS
The Best Material for Building Purposes
E E N S ID E W A S A ID
We Are Contractors and Builders
and talto contracts for putting up either Concrete,
Brick or wooden Buildings. We do all manner of mason
a a in re
SISSETON STONE CO.
We Will Save You Money!
'Try Axness &Co., when in need of
OF ANY KIND.
We have a fine, clean, dry tfock
O. T. Axness Co.
Hide ynur liuht tn.der a bushel, hul
tell tour neighbor* ih..t the STAN
DARD IS the best newspaper published in Rokierts Co..
prints all the news while Ms news, and Das a constant
ly increasing subscription list. The job department ami
bindery, too, are turnlogout high class work all the tinoe-
R. W. METCALFE
iSutei'Nxur to F. D. Chnussec)
European Restaurant & Lunch Room
Open I» and Night. lmN .-u All Hours
iivsit i-. (i,
11111 1111 Kij.li in sea*, in
Sisseton, South Dak.
IT'S A. WELL BEATEN PATH
THAT LEADS Tu THE
SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
O O \A/ ISJ O IM O W Ff I I rs) C=»
BEST NEWMWI'KK I ,\ lloiiK I 'V
A Proper Memorial
Kvii CLU.rtjijy should Itllii jiu »li citi.
"*%ens. Nothing adds so tiuwli 10 the ».'U«y«s
One For You
a credit toti»e taniily jii:#d to the city
We'd I.ile to maUe you an esiin ate.
Sisseton Marble Works
Geo. Adkins & Son. Props.
High Class Furniture
A S A 1, P~R 1 0 E S
Dm' ni'iv sioi'k of furniture is now 011 ilispluy :uM is one of
1 lie most con plele thai. I.us^ten oliered so the pulilio. There
Is a unle range of styles and priocs but in cverv piece of fur-'
iii:n-. yon get. the best possible value for your modey, Hand
-oiiiv line of carpels draperies, curtains, ete.
T. W. CAHILL
S I 8 S E TO N
A. M. KNIGHT &
SISSETON, S. D.
Lands, Loans and Insurance
$100,000 TO LOAN ON F.4.RMS
Every Purchase You Make
here of a buggy, wagon 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 are sure to sustain the good repu
tation of both the maker and seller. We
can give you the very best terms and
show you the finest line any day in the
E W A N IN E E S O
and every farmer in the machinery we
have to se 1. 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.
STANDARD ADS BRING
\TY. s. .JANUARY 4, 1907,—12 Pages
WliAT WK L1CA 1".
Lives of great men all remind us\
As their pages o'er we turn.
That we're apt to leave behind us
Letter? that wrought to burn.
Legal blanks ,11 11 T.\ N 1) A 1 of
Masonic and Eastern Star orders of
Milbank and Browns illey installed
oillcers last. Tliursdaj i^ening.
'l'lie'J'i^us Minor aoini^iiiees that.
Pieice Egan .s lesiL'tied IMs posit.i• ti
as ediii.r of that sheet, and will yive
his entire auention to tariuinu.
Kdllor 1 Hid ley. of 111 While Kock
.1 onr mil. bus been Mi'ii.t In sights
ili I Ills cil till' bis! 1 hire da\s.
News has been tv-.-ived n! I lie
mat na^e of r-s Etbct irry. Inrm
erlv of this city, to ,1 L. Hull ::i her
home at Sunia liarbiir :. Cal.
Last week eight citizens of Stalk
County. N. Dak., were lined $2.r each
for failing to send their children to
school. The arrests ere made undci
the comi ulsorv attciufance law.
A liands.ime water set. tea service
or Msseion .uvenir (nece of china
tree to every new subscriber to the
STANDARD. $1.50 per year,
lushing through the ice on Traverse
•ind Ibg Stone lakes is indulged in by
many these days: some big catches
are I ep ed
When ii comes to getting next to
ail 'lie lalesl Wlliikles you can bet
your bold pastel that* loin l-Vever is
not, so slow. His latest is—but there,
we came near "tipping it off." If you
are thirsting for kin vvledg just ask
Tom to show you the pictures of the
twelve beautiful inairiens
•News has been receive of the
death list Friday of Mr. John
of Hig Stone. Mr. Wasern was the
father Mrs. M. M. Raiuer, wife of
the last state superintendent of
schools, and for several si asons had
control ol the teat hers'dormitory at.
Simp's J',11 k.
'J heodorc Anderbeig. toi nierly em.
ployed at one of the ele raters lu his
city, and now agent for the Willliatns
brothers Lumber Company, of Ord
way. S. D., was in this city Saturday
on business pertaining to hymeneal
affairs. Theodore has manj friends
heie who wish him all success and
happiness in both business and do
The printer's days are many and
niarvelously mixed up with trouble.
There are some folks we know who
think that editing a county paper
makes life one glad sweet song: but
ring off: the lines are crossed-
Marion Smith, of Harmon town
ship, is ent it led the championship
of the season for wolf runi.mg.
While out with his riHe yeste dav. in
the vicinity of Co MOD wood Lake, Mr.
Smith killed five wolyes—one female
and four males. The bounty on fe
males is $15 ana on males $10,
aside from this the pelts are worth
Ave or six dollars. This will give
Mr. Smith about $80 for hi
GEM OF AMERICA.
Dakota, 'tis of thee,
Land of the Cerean t-ea.
Of tbee I Bing.
Vast thy Missouri's (low,
Tall grasses o'er tbee crow.
Brightest of blossom* blow
And petals fling!
Land of tbe cow and swine,
Soil of tbe fall wheat fioe,
Tby name I praise.
The old maids comiog here
Grow beautiful, abd ere
'Tls known, they're wed, and eheer,
Andsunsbine'bf bits rulse.
Home of tbe gushing well.
Prairie and pfne-darh.Kwell.
For tbee 1 rhyme.
1 love tby brimming brooks
Tby rarely-gifted cocks.
Tby winter sunlit nooks
—Will Chamberlain, in Vermillion Republican
TH* leeent union of *ei vices of two
Aberdeen churches oi. different de
nominations, with a vi.-w toward a
mi'iv •iimplcti' union, is a cloinonstia
tini) of 1 lie progress of I,he day. The
innli ipit- jI ion of church organiza
tions. wliH-h on uvount, of paucity of
UH'iutKMship must of necessity he,
poorly equipped and meHRerly attend
ed is becoming less prevalent and
it is mil improbable that church lead
ers will lm idually I,ill imo line with
trie inn Inn nb of concei'll at ion.
IT'S UP TO GAMBLE
The Situation Demands
I'll.' Sioux Kails Argus-Leader pu\
lishes tbe following letter from a
Vermilion correspondent, under date
of 1 )eci inlici
11 nless Senaior Koberl ,1. (Jam! It*
in,ikes puolic denial ol tbe charges^
iaunched against inm, supported by
fads, it is di.ir.ii Iul wliet her be will
be retuiricd to
senate. If tbe setilimen:. that pre
vails in this, a (Jamh'e county, is a
good crit rion, lie will have to clear
himself of the charges el t
k-eeping his son .on the government
payroll while that, voung man was
attending college in the east.
The senator ha* said that the pci
ple I South Dakota understand the
situation and will not be Pbd astray
by any roorbacks that may be sprung
by his enemies. lie intimated some
time ago that, an explanation by him
was unnecessi:ry, Hut the senator is
badly mistaken. The present condi
tion of mind of the voters of South
Dakota is strongly against graft, at
any sort, no matter how large oi how
small. They realize, that the charg
es now being discussed all over the
land, were sprung by n1s political
enemies. If the senior senator from
the sunshine state can rise above
them, he will be stronger than ever
in the eyes of the people. Hut if he
cannot dispute the graft charge, it is
not certain that his path will be
strewn with roses. Politics or no
politics, the demand
on Senator Gamble to speaR out.
Already his silence is taken ty
ii :im believe that he is guilty and
c. .spute government records.
lie i- losing giound every day, and
were the election of a United Statec
senator to be l,y a direct vote of the
people tomorrow, he would certain!
be defeated by a large majority,
the ace of his failure to prove hit
There is o'ne thing that will
Senator Gamble in being re-olectea
to the senate. The state republican
convention endorsed him, and many
candidates for the state senate
elected with the understanding
they would support Gamble.
men may stand pat, but by so doing
they will give the republican party of
South Dakota, and likewise the state,
great big black eye. It. is hoptB
that the senator will come out with
statement in the near future for
good of all concerned.
good men in the
of the state who
would make excellent senatorial tim
ber should it be decided to make a
change—Dean Thomas Sterling oT
tbe U. S, D. law department, and
Attorney E. C. Krickson of Elk Point.
Both gentlemen are widely knovB
and either would be a power in the
seriate of the United States. Already
they arc being quite generally dis
eased around tbe state. The form
er has resided at Redfleid, where he
bad an extensive law practice, fie
came her? three years ago to take
charge of the la department ol t-t»e
university. Tbe latter I* ooe ol the
leading attorneys of South Dakot*,
having located at Elk Point In tbe
The feeling prevails all over tiie
stat* ibat South Dakota shohld cleat
a senato who is not hampered hf
shortcomings in the graft dep^ftr
ment. If Seiiau.i Gamble la Innocent.
it wit) he sin ea»v matter for liim te
place the he where It belong*. II
guilty tlichtb- members of the twe
houses of the i» xi legislature should
ignore the itr..ioueudattona of tbe
stale icpubttcan conveutioo and tent
a man tu Wastiingiuii who is rll wool
and a yftHt vkle.
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