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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, September 30, 1910, Image 4

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licpivKi iitfil ivess in (Jongrcss—
has. IT. Burke
Kbon Yi Martin
Governor—
li. S. Vessey.
Lion! eiinnt Governor—
I'. M. liyriie.
Secretary of Statu—
S. (Policy.
State Auditor—
Henry R. Anderson
State Treasurer—
(leorge 0. Johnson
Attorney General—
Ii.al '. .101111X011.
Commissioner School and Publie
Lands—
!•'. Ji. Brinkcr.
Superintendent of Public Tnstruc
tion—
a
Railroad Commissioner—
\V. G. Smith
Judge of Supreme Court, 5th Dis
trict—
J. II. McCoy, I'.rowu county.
Judge of Supreme Court, 4th Dis
trict—
Ellison G. Smith
Judge of Circuit Court, fith Judi
cial District—
Prank McNulty
0'!|.r SimtitariL
Republican State Ticket.
I lie democratic. candidates ho
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.i• i:'•: 11 .'»i J' t:.-, A it mi i:: 1-
By C. C. KNAPPKN.
DOW N -T O- N OWPR N I
W O A N I E A 3 A N 5
C5i ,Gici! County Paper, Official C'.tjr F»per.
Purveyors cf Eootf Printing to the People­
8 S I I 0 N I E 5 0 E E A
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liurke and Martin, the republi
can nominees are gentlemen and
politicians and the Standard con
siders them a tremendous asset
of the state of South Dakota
both as citizens and office hold
ers, ainji we may add, a credit
to the great state of South Dako
ta which they represent at Wash
ington.
Republican Count}- and Legisla
tive Ticket,
State Senator—
Anton II. Dahl
Representatives—
Iver Johnson
T. L. Kinney
Olaf Xegaard
Halver Oi-'-n
Treasurer—
John II. Lewis
Auditor—
J. A. Hay
Sheriff—
John S. Swanson
Register of Deeds—
D. F. Stcveas
Clerk of Courts—
Ivar Stadstad
Superintendent of Schools—
Bonnie P. Andrews
States Attorney—
C. R. Jorgenson
County Judge—
E. J. Turner
Coroner—
A. E. Tapliii, M. D.
Lutr County Commissioners.
Second District—
S. L. Keinund.
Third District—
M. L. Miekelson.
Fourth District—
John eland.
S N A S O S
Kill 1!11is*• Russian thistles now. learning ti"\v things about Burke
r.nrn ilii'in. a,nd his methods ami the more
ley know about him. tin- better
tliev like him.—Plank inton .Mail.
"i heodoiv IJ OO.M1 y|
t, on the oc
casion of his visit to Sioux Palls,
said: "It seems to me that when
men e-o info primary they ought
to abide by the result,, and 1 hope
that Vessey. liurke and Martin
who won oul in the primary, will
lie heartily supported at the polls
are the licld in South Dakiua ..
scrap at all if it had not been
chasing the elusive voters
,i lor eertian insinuations and in
Ciiionstrat ing that as ealanut.\
howlers thev are a great success
The
state
Roosevelt had control of the
New York State Convent ion in
which resolutions were passed en
dorsing Pa It. and also endorsing
the Paync-Aldrich tariff law in
strong terms. The entire plat
form
was said to have been a
complete and staggering surprise
to the many followers of Colonel
Roosevelt, who believed he would
stand steadfast for actual insur
gency. Had Tail written the en
dorsement of the Payne tariff
law and his official acts himself.
it could not have been more flat
tering, they say.
Congressman Burke is to be
commended for having conducted
one. congressional investigation
without graft or unnecessary ex
penditures of public funds. He
is reported to have kept- an ac
curate account of expenditures
and lih-'s' not allowed a penny to
be spent for any luxury or other
no*
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essential to the prose- ,, ..
cation of the trust committed to ,18
Sm. The people are constantly8™11
..'••:. .v
We regret that a certain candied"
ot the article or mixed in the
republican congressional ed as purely news items regard
ticket is made up ing the acts of a public official.
rton, or any
is concerned,
the Standard reserves the right
at aJI times to commend or eri
... incize public acts as we mav. in
Ire republieyi, mavudy I or lie hui.il.l.- opinion think 'thev
fongressional and state tickets of: ,,
the party at the election in Nov- ^foresaid gentleman is welcome
ember will not be under 20,(M)t).
and Ih
ol members both republican As far as Mr. ]att
wings and is worthy the support other public officia
of all I'epllblicers
and may run considerably higher.!
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A man who is a hypocrite in
politics is a hypocrite in any
thing and a hypocrit" in our es
ination is simply an advance a
gent for the devil. If pays a
man to be honest with himself a.s
well a.s with his fellow man and
a man who is honest with, hini
'self will give other people a
square deal. .Another thing that,
some politicians might well re
member is that it is a poor plan
to start anything unless heir own
record is (dean or they may be
subject to several surprises.
and |e,irn a trade hat will in
sure ii'iti a good Hilary tltrollgh
out liK hole lit'-, tha g*
date on the republican ticket hasj^'oul
seen fit to rush into print with ajt-'"'
l-advised as "Wii- And. if there be some who'
manifesto
it is untrue,
di.iate dis
failed to kc(
ieli is ill-advised as
llinded by an inor
i'or office lie lias
within the reason
«i 11 *t [u i\ j» niiiiin nit' reason .• .t: 4 .v
able bounds of truth and justice.,
undues evidently intended for 11 ent.
['editor of this paper relative to Tf woman snfl'ragi
I eertian comments regarding tliej—
jstales attorney's office, publish-j
j,
Wanted—A Man
Press and Dakotnn is con­
fronted with the problem which
has during the last five years
been continually coming up for
solution by employers of skilled
labor, that of finding enough
competent men. The prubleins^is
not merely, it is nation wide. In
all industries there is a demand
foi skilled laborers which cannot
be filbnl. For two weeks this
office ha.s been looking for mas
ter printers, and they are not to
be iound. 'What is the reason?
We believe it is because the bovs
are uot going into the trade am
nion.. The time was when no of
'ce was without its "devil" and
it,s,.al1Pl'cutice
"who went into
the office, with the intention of
learning the trade. Now it is al
most impossible to get a boy
ho is far sighted enough to see
that it is better to work on a
for a few months
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salary
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work at .something else ij! which
i- learning uot liiujr
at a dollar a ill''1 T1"
country needs men trained work
nii-ii I'M'ily iis it ii.-i-'-'- Mi'n
trained in the institution.-- high
|earniitjt. Vil if tlfi
a turn fr.'Mii "t-asy UKUi'-y
»jto sure tii"iiey tvade
he next gelefatioi:
will haw a hard
or*.—Y'a nk on (la^et •.
Lauer—Barry
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:^re
1 1 1 1
MARRIED.
The marriage oi' Mi-.s A»ni
Parry. of Sissepm to Mr.
Ij r, of i-'iiit'-rprise I
-eielllllizei^ a' St. IVtd'S liUivM
in this ei y, Tuesday le-.i'inng.
Sept. '27th, lie
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i' r. Ketti'-r. O I-
bride looked charming in a tan
silk and the groom wore the con­
ventional black. .Miss Carroll
sane "Ave Maria" chanainirly.
Al'i"r the ceremony a wedding
dinner was served to the
couple and their i'minediat
ti\, at the brides" 1 o11
and Mr-. Lauer left on tie
noon train for a weddinu trip to
Montana. The groom is a well and
.'favorably known farmer En
terprise township and the brid
is one of the popular youiiir lady
t. hers of Roberts County. The
newly married couple will lie at
lu.mo after Oct. 1". j'he Standar
joins llieir many friend* in best
wishes for a long and happy li'V
happ'i
rela
Mr.
after-
Vote yes on the woman
fratre amendnieni. It will be
found
0 7 1
hat thev must oppose it
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We should have taken no notice department all copies con-
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 rtfi 1 1 1 1 I 1 I
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trust that they will at least
they will do it good naturedilv
1
be courteous (-nought to send
do it good naturedilv am.
corteous enough to send this de
nartment all copies containing
POWDER
Absolutely
I'ieiatiiiL'. The In'idel eoiijiie wer HoAiUltl)NO LllHG PllOSpllfllfi
attended by .Mis.s Nora Harry
and James L. Stapl"t'!. Ihe
aristocr
is wrong it
Eight Stores
Slsseton, S. 0.
Wit«iiown S. D.
Brookings, S.D.
Rapid City, S. D.
Marshall, S. 0.
Mwiltvldao, Minn
Wheatdn, Minn.
Brand Parks,
N.
At Oison, Olin & Co,
With each suit of
Overcoat sold to a
be given
Pure
made from Royal Crapo
of Tartar
Sept. to 1
NOTICE
'i he nndersiirned
ilit- hitrhesi bidder ii
land vi/.: N -. \w
II sell to
follow ui_r
vc. -2 -2 T.
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12:!. li. "1. Bids be sent to the
Summit Hank. Summit. S. Dak.,
and must be in their hands at
1 li o'clock. U. let obel' 21
st.
I'.iln at which time Is will be
opened. Premises morgaged fin
stUU.UII. luori L'.'ige due Sept. 1st.
1!»14. Hids to be accepted inns'
come up 11 appraisiuent. s'Jnii.iiM
cash. I'.al. march 1st 1!U 1.
DAN" TIIAVEli.
Summit, S. I).
Typerwrittc-r supplies at the
Standard.
Woman Suffrage Department
Conducted bv the Woman's Suffrage Committee.
the short- ballot.
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Election is approaching and it
is time that the siti'fi'ag-- cam- I indittcivnt.
paign was waking uj). Every cd
in favor of the am -udiiienf
keep the subject alive in
orial. eolniims from now
(•light not to be granted even
the women v, iit it. If it is
right" men 1 v-J11 to vote for
(•Veil if he believe Women to
To refuse any .sane, moral and
intelligent adultVhe rights of
citizenship is not democratic.
Tile write!' S 1 1 i- hi
tweeii the government of a lu:i 1"
icy and the rule of an,\
other ariston-racy. Tyranny is
tile same whether exeercis- by a
king over subjects or by men
over women. It is a rule by di­
vine right without the consent o''
the governed. The accident of
sex should not doom one to a sub
ji*ct class.
Oct. 8. '10
WILL BE
Clothes or
Boy will
Free Charge
A Watch, a real time piece
Remember The DATE
Olson,
Olin ..
& Co.
Sisset'n, S. D.
Mir I
A
Farmer's State Bank
SISSETOX. S. D.
The Man Who Pays Twice
'lio among lis lias ncn been called upon to pav a
i'ill a second time and iL\D TO PAY [T be
cause we could no! produce proof of ihe foru'er
settieiiK ntV
Kortify yourself behind a (.'hock book and spare
yourself the annoyance and expense of paying twice for
the same ihing for your cancelled check is a positive and
indisputable receipt for every payment.
Your regular and frequent deposits in this institu
tion furnish A [AS1S i-"( Ii ORKDIT.
Fire and Tornado Insurance
written in reliable companies.
•T' .•
MISS MCQUILLAN
lias thy finest line of Fashionable
MILLINERY
in the city. She also has on display
a a
Coats & Suits
anil Ojic-l'iecc suits. Also a handsome line of
FINE $3.50 CORSETS
PARLORS NORTH OF FARMERS STATE BAN!
What Makes Good
Mu.-t pcojjlo knew thai iliu :ii.*c of llie stuck makes ihe it:
tcu.-h or tunJur. Tln.-ro.nre Jmany oilier lliliins which are
irr.pnriiiuct' in the waking of pood mout.'.
WE KNOVi WHAT THEY ARE
AND WATCH OUR MEAT!
I.' yoi u.mi rta.-.i cr mc (U. cr elu.'p.s. let (is tut it In.
you.
OYSTERS FISH
N O
Seeondlfloor north Thou^pson Hardware S
GAME IN SEASON.
Sisseton Provision Company
-v
Poultry Wanted
We want all the poulty we can
get, so bring it in. We will pay
Highest Market Price
————,_
WM. F. MILLER., Th. BUTCHER
IT'S A
WELL BEATEN
9 N -T O N O W I I
SISSEtON WEEKLY
STANDARD ill .50 A
Legal Blanks At Standard
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Meat?
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W*trr&[.
PATH
THAT I.RAOS TO THE I Si
Sisseton Standard
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YKA
IN ROBERTA COUNTY.
Brief Printing
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