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which he cently purchased.
Ge »rge Truman, formerly of Enterprise township, th:s coun buc nj*v of Fairl ght, Canada, writes us enclosing? the where with to pay for his another yen", (jeorgc wavs a g)od paying subscriber, The STANDARD and if you want all the news, .ll the time, when its news and f. re it be'ones ancient history, jou'll hive t) Pictures of Current (Stents Kinstiscoplc Views of the Local Happenings of the Week Have you seen the modern thirty-two years, and he admits cooking wonder at Haas & Mann's that their weren't many left store? Come in any day this whom he remembered. have the AKD N is fie me to sub scribean 1 j'11 throw in a pair of shears—buc you'll have t) hurry if you get any s'/ears they'll soon all be gone. The Junior League will give a 5 cent social at the home of Mrs. G. A. Carlo.v at 2:30 P. M. Sat urday Jan. 16, at which time the Juniors will pack a box for the i. -d ™,v„0rJ All kinds of office supplies at in this paper. Auditor-elect Ray has moved aT.VT household goods to this city I A cro« of young and is busy getting settled in the Be sure and call at our store 5.^ Orphans Home. All Juniors ar.d '^jii have played th° H. Walker friends ?re invited and all inter- One Week circuit ested please bring a contribution pei^on & Mutzer house through for the boys. Colorad). Arizona and down^ to Ole Lee, one of the well-to-do Tex^s. The nj&y they offer "On farmers living north of the city the Frontiet" is a melodramatic was a caller at this office Wed- production that keeps the ^ter nesday to annex a pair of those shears and make the editor happy by paying up. Mr. Lee recently returned from a visit to his old home in Wis onsin, the first time he had been back in With every Majestic Range sold dur ing this Cooking Exhibition we will give, absolutely FREE, one handsome set of ware as shown. This ware is worth $7.50 if it is worth a cent. It is the best that can be bought. We don't add $7.50 to the price of the range and tell you you are getting the ware free, but sell all Majestic Ranges at the regular price. You get the ware free. Remember, this is for exhibition week onlv. Ware will not be given after this week. This ware is on exhibition at our store, and must be seen to be appreciat ed. Come in any day during the week. Make our store your headquarters. Have coffee ai biscuits with us. Gome, if you intend to buy or not the information gained will serve you in the future ..„ nffW ~r Drew residence, on the west side 'one day this ,eek.-Haas & Otto onWednesday euening. A Mann. importance to be transacted. It p:iy you is now an offi- gain tables. Many t..injss or. (X I rnper of the county and cny them that jnu should have. ,wm b? to s«e our bar- that )u should Palace Drug Store. Call at Thompson's to see me latcou machine, The Spinner. STANI urn ct fl The Calnan Company which come to the Opera House Sisse ton Jan. 20. has been on the Walker circuit ever since Sept. 21 and has given great satisfact ion over the Canadian territory control I(d bv Mr. Walker. They are now borked solid up to June 5,1909 at which time they in South Dakota and the est alive from start to finish and offers a beautiful succession of thrills that should not fail to please any lover of western stories. Seats on Sale Cross Drug Store. E E $7.50 Set of Ware Clarence Hougen was among those up from Wilmot Monday. Geo. W. Clark of Corona, was a business caller Monday.| Alvah W. Kellogg arrived from Culbertson, Mont., Jan. 7th. Louis Otto, of Boseko town ship, was cured of rheumatism last spring with the usa of S. r. Baker's Anodyne Liniment. He also says that Baker's Condition Powder is the best thing for 1 stock he ever fed. I Haas & Mann are giving free !a handsome set of ware, well worth $7.50. See advertisement rec!Xra^ The W. R. C. will hold their a. good Ren.ington type regular meeting on Jan. 24. 'writer just nut ^f the shen thor E very member is requested to be tghly overhauled and put in present as there is business of onliir, for sale 0/ the STANDARD crusaders Inez "ome .°* very enjoyable evening is re ported. New Rurai Route for KOUTK 5 is a new one to begin Feb I, 190U, and is aR follows: Starting at Sisseton postoffice, west and south to city lim its. west to center of south line of Sec iJS?. 26, 3J4' miles, sw on Sisseton and Frauk I uridine road to Marshall county line 10 oa .Nickel-Platea Copper Tea *Jl4T J^ava Pert & Cow QYam.BoH 9X12 possible sisseton Beginning Februrary1st. thpr- gome changes madc jn route 4, and route 5 will be put Hardware on at that tim». The two routes ill run as follows KOUTE 4: Starting at the Sisseton postodioe, west and south to city limits, south to se pornt-r of Sec 8, -est one mile, south to road to (ioodwill Mission school. 3% miles, east mile, south mile, east pnst Gov. Indian school, south to se corner Sec 32, se to Sisseton Agency, west .£ mile, south to se corner Seo. 8, jf east on antrlirg road to west line Sec 11, north 2 3-4 miles, vest to se, corner of Sec 28,1 mile, north 4 miles, east to se corner of Sec 2, miles,north 1 mile, west to se corner of Seo 34, one mile, nojlh I mile, west to city limits and to postoffice. Length of Houte 29^ miles. $ You See 1 '4 It'sThis. -v. W a OF THE Great Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Range -—AT OUR STORE Commencing Monday, January 18, 1909 •n west side of Seu 80 near LolsuentV 101 ubangeu our tsiuiMie, we liuve not residence, 7J$ miles, south to se coruer I increased the richness of our lands, but Sec 1,3 miles, east with jog aronnd the conditions have changed and changed Luke Tahana to se comer Sec 2. 5J4 miles north to se corner Seo 14. 4 miles north and northeast through Sec 13 to se corner Sec 12,1 miles north 2 miles east to se corner Set 32, 2 miles north to cit limits, 1 mile and to stollios. Length of Houte 31 miles. South Dakota Land Cheap South Dakota lands are cheiiper to day lh:ir. thev were tfii y«jnr» ago judged by the value of their products. With wheat at 3!) and 40 cents a bushel, oats at ten cents and other grama in proportion, and produce such as cattle, wool, e)!gs and poultry at correspondingly low prices, it was im to lave any value to farm lands, no iuatter how good the ciops re, in fact a farmer raisin/ a poor crop WUB ^almost as well off as one raising a good crop. This mav sotind strange to some, but it is neveitheltss the truth. Wheat at a dollar, barley, speltz, oats and all kinds of grain at correspondingly high prices, with cat' :le, hogs and poultry at three times the price of years gone by and an increasing demand all the time lor every article raised en the 'arin, it 's si.f*' to ay once more that land'* today at $35.00 an acre are cheaper than thev ere ten years ago at •'510 00 an acre. We have TO ()UR GREAT COOKING fcXHIBTION A MAJESTIC MAJESTIC ZO in. 14 VaX Pa.ie.xvt N ever!u.rri. VWe-d Drippin-q .i EVERYBODY WELCOME! conditions have brought about higher prices for nil products of tha farm. This has naturally inrrets«d the value •(every acre of tilltihle land in (lie country ami no state in tve union is I 31 j.i iim ma~ Nickc.1 Placed All Copper Ccrfee Pot •AJ£$TI l^ava Pert' & Covey lOin.BcUcm. Pan.9. A A S A N N 9X12in if the 111" I net II South Dakota ueier lauds thMSouiii a RIVERSIDE AER-HEATER Cold nir drawn up from the floor through the flue and dis charged at the topof the stove thoroughly heated. It has all the radiating sur face other stoves have, and heats by circulation as well. This means greater heating power, and SAVES ONE-THIRD IN FUEL It also mean® cold floors, no cold corners or dead air spaces, hut even temperature throughout the room. Every stove is a double heater of great power. Come in and examine them. Get a copy ot our Booklet, "A Hotel Race." It's tree. SCHINuLER BROS You would buy a typewriter if they weren't so high-triced, would n't you? Why not come to the STANDARD and let us show you what wo can sell you a typewriter for? If you would like to investigate further, come and let's talk it over. All kinds of typewriter ribbon, car bon paper and typewriter paper on hand at the 01- sequently it is only natural that, our I tuns are worth more, that thev aie constantly increasing in value and that they will still further advance as the produce of the farmer continues to b* in demand at prices which guarantee to the iiroduci a profit.—lluronite IfllflljfjMHlBMIiia «M.4t It JfOlMtlMMlHIII SEE THAT FLUE It's new anil different from any other. Made only in the Qioonton OiOOOtVII, 6.0. iiiiuiiiiiiiiU! Standard Printing One Week mmm Facts About* It ui-es about half the fuel used on other: ranges, and does better work by far. The Majestic All Copper Nickeled Reservoir heats the water quicker and hot ter than any other. It is the only reservoir] with a removable frame. The Charcoal Iron Body of the Great] Majestic Range lasts three times as long as a steel body. Being made of non-breakable material, there is practically no expense for repairing the Majestic. As for baking, it is perfection not only for a few months, but for all time to come. A Great Majestic Range & & ft & The Great Majestic Range It is lie only range, in the world made of Malleable and Charcoal Iron. It has, beyond any question of a doubt, ii the largest and best reservoir. lasts three times us long as a cheap range, but it don't cost] three times as much. PROOF— Wr (luii'i ak you t.u take «ur wni In'- :m 8'id I'lui'in s, I'll I, if ynu will ))ll .in In- (V.c "i-y. wlirre MiijrstlC Rank's :ie iniult'. will pp-ve I" }UI KIIit-f.1JTIINI IHM IH««e ate ahsiiime fuels. I ..ml will si mi Bini iih rc re8««'*s*ly l. Gr'iit| MHJI'SMC Uinjre '8 abciiliiwly tne be«l ihai m^nev can I,' hi tn Mine, 3?