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DO WN-TO-NOW PR
BRIEF" WORK AND L_ EI
Official County Paper. Official City Paper.
PNrveyors «f Good Printing to tha People
S S I I O N I E $ 1 5 0 E E A
The dancing club gave- onp. of their semi-occas
sional dances at tlie opera house last evening. There
were about twenty couples and all enjoyed themselves
to the limit- Supper was served at Uennett &J Mor
By C. C. KNAP PEN.
CONGRESS has awakened to the realisation that'they
are pretty muck in the position of the terrier *dog who
attempted to tree a big torn cat, they ask for documents
in the Steel & Oeal Trust Merger matter in the hopes
that they would find something therein to make it un
pleasant for president Roosevelt and now it is apparent
that Roosevelt will give them a hoist with their
own petard. They've got a wad of information they
don't know what to do, with. Like the boy who had the
bar by the tail, they dassn't let go and they're hoping the
tail won't pull out. We don't always agree with Teddv
but it looks very much as if he had congress in this mat
ter up at all pole which the same they can't climb any
higher up because the pole isnt&ny longer and they can't
come down because they haven't any place to light.
St Paul Maifcet
THE STANDARD'S MARKET LETTER.
South St Paul, Jan. 20,1909.
Clay, Robinson ft Co. report
fi-: the market at South St Paulas
"... With fairly liberal receipt of
cattle here today the market on
good beef steers and butcher
stuff held about steady with
Monday, good corn-fed steers
selling from $5 50 to $6.00, with
fair to good kinds fiom $4.75 to
.00, plain and medium grades
$4.00 to $4.50, while good
to choice cows and heifers are
selling from $5.25 to $4.75, with
fair to good grades from $3.25 to
75, plain and medium class
to $3.00, canners and cut
ters $1.75 to $2.50, veals rang
ing from $5.25 to $6.00, butcher
bulls $3.25 to $4.00. There was
a fairly good demand for good
qualtiy Blockers and feeders and
prices held about steady with
last week's decline, best feeders
(«OV. Vessey distributcd-'the following
plums to the hungry faithful and aent to the
senate the names of R. A. Murray of Milbank, John W.
OL I IC* IjU IIIL IKIIIIUO \'l lilJl. UIUIIUJ wi IUIIUUIII\1 "vim
How many of you have ever seen thcStar of "Beth
lehem? Astronomers tell us that this star is visible
at the present time for the first time in 500 years aud
it won't be coming along this way again for the next
500 years and its probable that
... SNAP SHOTS. ..
selling up to $4.75 witn"iair
N. Clark, of Kapid Oity, as rniuejnspector. HjfCII 9 LadAdl#UIU flUlwW
earth then unless possibly it is some Browns Valley
people. This star is visible in the ea3t every morning
at day break. It is a very bright star and easily distin
guishable from other stars on account of its brightness.*]
won't be on
good grades at $4.00 to $4.50,
plain and medium class! from
$3.65 to $3.75 while good to
choice stackers ruled from $3.75
to $4.00, with fair to good kind?
at $3.40 to $3.65, plain and
medium grades from $2.75 to
$3.25, common heifers and
feeding cows selling from $2.75
to $3.00, feeding bulls from
$3 00 to $3.50.
The receipts of sheep at this
point this week is light and
the market extremely dull,
best fat lambs selling up to
$7.25 with fair to good grades
at $6.75 to $7 00, ewes $4.50 to
$4.75, wethers $5.00 to $5.25,
yearlings $6.25 to $6.50.
The nog market here today
with 5,000 on sale opened and
ruled generaly steady, sales
ranging from $5.85 to $6.25,
with the bulk selling at $5.90
to $6.05, light hogs being quoted
at $5.85 to $5.96, mixed $6.00 to
Q6.15, and butchers $6.20 to $5.25.
A Car of
for oil inspectors, and William Nlial'c I TftHlptC
SEE THAT FLUE?
It's now ami iliffereiit from
any other. Made only in the
Cold air is drawn up from the
floor through the flue and dis
charged at the top of the stove
It has all the radiating sur
face other stores have, and
heats by circulation 9 well.
This means greater heating
SAVES ONE-THIRD III FUEL
It also means no cold floors,
no cold corners or dead air
spaces, but eren temperature
throughout the room. Every stove is a double heater of great power.
SCH INiyLER BROS.
ud examine tbem. Oat esot of our Booklet. Monel Raca." It's Wee.
Depends as much on the uie of up-UMtat*
farm machines as ib doe» upon good judg
meat In planning fariu work. Good Judg
wie-'t must be backed up with tools t*i»t
will enable the farmer to cary out his plans.
That Is precisesly the kind of farm machin
ery that is sold by
A. W. TOWER
Sisseton, S. D.
1 handle Buggies, Wago&s, Sleighs, Cutters Binders.
Mowers, Bakes, Headers, Plows, Harrows, Windmills,
Pumps, Gasoline Engines, Creara Separators, Corn Binders,
HusKcrs and Shredders.
The Largest Farm Implement
I HavejRecently Leased the
a warning notp. It'« ii signal lor a dose of
It' yon answer nromptly with a dose you need
never fear any ill effects from Grippe, Uolds
Influenza, and Fever
Price 25 Cent*s
Sliiaeton9 8. D.
House in Sisseton
RED FRONT LIVERY
and have put in a first class outfit of all new
buggies, surreys and carriages, and a lot of the
best horses that could be purchased. Tour
patronage is respectfully solicited.
RALPH KIVLEY, Sisseton, S. D,
PAY THE- PRINTER
Remember the old quotation,
that "He who cheats the printer
of a single cent will never reach
that heavenly land where good
I have for sale the mill you want. Bring in your
dirty grain. Mix up one or two bushels of wheat, oats,
flax, barley, wild oats, millet, buckwheat, mustard, and
other good or foul seeds and I will run it through the
Fosston Mill while you are here, so that you may learn
how to operate it and know what it can do, before you
pay your money.
I will challenge any maker of other mills or any one
who sells mills. I will put put it up in a public or
Bring in your grain and I will prove what I have said
.1. NORBV. V.
DO YOUBJ BUSINESS WITH
The Largest Bank
flrHE man who knows where
VI* every cent goes is better
able to dispense with luxuries.
The thirgs that you do not
need are the one*, that make
the expense high. Might it
not be possible to cut down in
some places and save a little
In Roberts County
UO.HPM MARVVICK. ,,
Pres. HIJ.NIO HELVIO.A
I nvit at ion
Once each week we pay for tuis space foi
the privilege only of inviting you once again
to become a depositor of this bank.
The person who reads about us fifty
two times a year ought to know us at
least fifty-two times better than if he
had read of us but once.
knows us the more likely he is to like
us and our business methods.
"Your account, large or small is urgently
solicited and respectfully invited.
THE OLD RELIABLE
First National Bank
If you don't know where you can save,
I a-check account will tell you.
RESERVATION STATE BAN
SISSETON, S. D.
31 II (W
A Check Account assists
to save by pointing out
CHECK account will fur
nish you with an accur
ate record of all amounts spent
It gives you a grip on expend
itures because you can tell
what was bought, when you
got it, and from whom. This
method will put you ahead.
JOHN X. SWAMBERG
I N E S O E S
For Ladies, Cents, Misses and
Repairing Pwittfc leatly Done
Every day from March 1, to April 30,
low Hum to Pacific Coast and to inter
mediate poiqta, via the
Chicago, Milwaukee &
& Paget SMDd Ry.
Descriptive folders with complete in
formation regarding fares, stop-overs
train service, sent free on request
•. P. WALUl,
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