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Republican SUite .Ticket.
Representatives in Congress—
Chas. H. Burke
Eben W. Martin
Governor—
K. S. Vessey.
Lieutenant Governor—
F. M. Hyrne.
Secretary of State—
S. ('. Poll-'V.
State Auditor—
Henry B. Anderson
State Treasurer—
George G. Johnson
Attorney General—
i.'oviil (Jiihnsiin.
Commissioner Sehoo] and 1'uMie
Lands—
K. I'.. Drinker.
Superintendi-nt of Public I list ri
ion
('. 11. nvr Hi-''.
Railroad Com mis-: nn'-i-—
\Y. G. Smith
Judge of Supreme Court, "th Dis
trict—
J. II. .McCoy. Brown county.
Judge 01 Supivme Court. 4th Dis
tJ'iet—
Ellison C. Smith
Judge of Circuit Court, 5th Judi
cial District—
Frank MeNulty
Flour
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2.4'I
.IKO
,1. Perkins was .it Aherileeii.
ves'i eriiaw
Nolice the
Ad
in this issue
of Tlios l'a!
ir Standard.
of
una n.
IWinn.. is
a ft er
Allioiifr iile raiisii'ilt.s iii town
Tuesday was Will ('asey l' IVo
ve.r.
l'erin ("o1 tinsi'liiiin lia.s purchas
ed the .Fh11 ('hristopherson res
ide nee on the west side.
Henry Rockwell and wife, of
Kidder, were in tJie e.itv over Sun
day visiting relatives.
P. Kavanaugli has sold tin1,
pop factory to Novak & Olisli
and they have taken possession.
Miss Mallei Sweeney visited at
the Figan home in liossko town
ship. yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. O. K. Lion entertained the
ladies of the Methodist ehureli
at her homo, Wednesday after
noon.
Some of Hie teachers made 1
flying trip to Urowns Yalley. Sat
urday. returning in time for the
foot ball game.
.7. P. Benson, of Effington, was
in the city yesterday and called
to have his name added to 1.ho
roll of honor on the St.andai list.
"Miss Bessie Hart, of Rochester,
who has been visiting her aunt,
'Mrs Chausse, will commence a
terni of school in Hart township
next Monday.
An incipient blaze at the home
of Joe Porter, called the fire-dc
partment out on a run this fore
4$ JJOOU It proved to he some hay
near the barn and was put out.
before the the fire department
got there.
Mrs. D. F. Stevens went to Mil
i)njili AVedncsdav to meet her
mother, Mrs W. 11. N'ettleton, of
Mondovi, "Wis., who will iuakc
her home with Mrs. Stevens. Mrs.
Nettleton was accompanied by
her daughter Miss Ollie and her
son-in-law, F. Humphrey who
will remain for a short visit.
Hon. Chas. Burke is at the A
«UJey to-day, and spoke to the
Mr. Burke is chairman
THE SISSETON STANDARD
I he Paper That Lives up to its Name
c. KXAPPtN, Edtior unci Proprietor
$1 50 Per Year in Advance
The Ofifcial County arid City Pnp
Republican County and Legisla
tive Ticket.
State Senator—
Anton
H. Dahl
Representatives—
Iver Johnson
T. L. Kinney
1
r'
Olaf Negaard
Ilalver Oien
Treasurer—
John II. Lewis
Auditor—
J. A. Kay
Sheriff
John S. Swanson
Register of Deeds—
D. F. Stevens
Clerk of Courts—
Lvar Stadstad
Superintend" nt of Schools
Bonnie F. Andrews
Stales Attorney—
C. li. Jorg'-nson
County Juilg..—
K. J. Turner
Coroner
A. K. Taplin, M. i'.
l-"ir nu-'ity
OIKi
•uaiei's
1 iVtri'-i
S. I It'-HUHm.
Third Pwtra-t—
M. 1.. Mi'-ki-lson.
Fourth District—
John M' li'ind.
I'l-.-llly liki'il IIV thr lllilliins
his efforts ill ilp-ir Iieluilf.
ft
$
FRESH HASH
Seasoned To Tnsto
ir
Markets Today
Blue Stem
Y,'1 I 'h t"f
Diiriui]
l-'il
1
tor
F. F. Dudeck has sol«1 the 1'
Vi-r I'ilut 1n (itislille |lliI -M11111
Will Volmer. foiimerly clieif
elcrk of tile Agency but now man
agi of tlie Dakota Central Tele
hone office at Huron, is in the
city to-day and made us a plea
sant call. Billy is the same plea
sant gentleman as of yore.
•lohn Fewis. County treasurer,
has been busier ilian a wood
tick a) a picnic 1 his week attend
ing 1o 1 hose who want to pay
taxes and compiling the list
delinquents |o be published.
Tile
pei its "it ilea I
if lilakely
li is hrol he'
i_ 'ilest of
.John Cohan is looking
his affairs here this week.
to this lime the coin-i'
is only getting
appointed the .judge of election.
They also did various of her
hut that will appear in I he
ccedings next week.
Indians. Mr, nurse i» cmurman nvem nere tnough nave no
K. Jaeolx. gi'jje.ivd agent for
the Mould- Sai'e I'-o,, is in the
city to-day.
Mrs. Andrew Stnvig entertained
the Ladies Aid Society vi. the
Lutheran "church Thursday after
norm.
Ernest Robinson i,s rwii.tly
returned from a trip easl. lie
stopped at l)es Moines Iowa,
Chicago. III., Cincinnati, Ohio'
and several other large cities."
M. E. Seek lc,V. representative,
nt Kurrouglis Adding Machine
Co.. of Detroit. .Mich., who ha
hcadi|uarter at Atii'rdeen. is in
thi citv to-ilay.
I-4 Saturday night fire prae-.
1 icil11 (I est I'o ei tile 11 al'd W.'l l'i'
jand harness stock of E. M. Dorr.
'o.. of VC'liKl'T tile total loss
estimated at slT.ur.O.
I
Me. and Mrs. Kr
are he proiiil parents of a I
I bov who arrived at their honi"
•-M.pt. 17th. lie tipped the scales
at piiiinds.
Air. !11 Mi
Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Ma Mailer and Mr.
and Mrs. i'ort"lyoii. Mr. Avers
is manager of one o! the depart
ments of Wyinan Partridge ('o..
OILCST^
(in another page of this issue
Hi 1 lie Standard our readers will
find a display advertisement and
il is headed "Ten well taken ob
jections to county option." This
advertisement is paid for at our
roiMilar advertising rates nndwe
wish our readers to understand
thai Ibis is an advertisement. As
far as the paper is concerned in
regard to county option our mi
liums. are open |o both factions
at our regular advert iseing rates.
The s"hool boa rd have deter
mined to enforce 1 he colli pi Isorv
school law which means that all
children between 11. ages of
eight and fifteen yearsiiiu.il at
Orionville Fish Co., ship- |t. n.d school a ceriain number of
of fish to the New! ni 'dlis in the year and lln-y have
market this week. These! ai•[»!""d a truant officer 1o
fish an- packed in ice in a ivir
ator ear and
fi sh fish for imm
I ion. Fj
pan
force the law and see that some
are sold as Oi'tbe boys who have been pla.v
consump
"hoo'ey"
1
as taken fullv luo.000 '^'-s 1 he professor's lap wit
i.ounds of carp, buffa'lo and ollie jtiieir face turned toward 1 li
coarse fish from Big Stone Lake iloor.
and Ihe industry
fulIv underway.
The Colllltv Commissioners con- Personul estate that lias come to
veiled at the 'court house WcdllcS-l "T"
,01 lie amount of debts outstanding
day and are still ill session. I lie.v against .said deceased, anil a deserip
|assed the usual bunch of bills
ius])ccted the mason work on tin
abuttcmenls to the new bridgi
across the Minnesota river drew respective portions thereof: and pray
itlie names for the iurv list a lid I ." order be issued to -ell the
following described real esta'o, towit:
iro
The Zenith Club began its new
years work with an eiithua.stie
mei'ii"- at the home of .Mrs. .J.
O,Andrews yesterday afternoon.
.Mrs. Croal and .Mrs. Turner were
elected delegates to attend the
meeting of Federation of Women
held at Aberdeen, Oct. IS and
20. Mrs Turner conducted a most
interesting lc«so7i on the early
migration of the races and In
|dia and Mrs. MeKeever read a
paper describing her trip east
hvin"'"™ out many interesting
points about 'Richmond and oilier
historic places.
tionofall the real estate of which
said deceased died seized which has
not vet been sold or otherwise disposed
of. and the condition and value of the
Lots 1. L' .i. 1. and (i of hiock
gsj in the City of Sisseton. Lots pi, 11.12
IT, and ]«. of block lot. in the city
of Sisseton: Lots 5, and li of h'.odk lo5,
in the City of Sisseton Lot of block
!?. in the Town of l'eever. All lving
and being in the County of Roberts
and State of south Dakota.
A postal I'l-ain Sln'rilT Swan- suecessive weeks prior to said hearing
,, In the sisseton Weekly Mundard, a
soil, diitoil ill, Grand (_ in^ on, An- ,, iy newsiiaper printed and publish
zona, Oi'l. 1st say: "Ih-ro 1 a in ed sisseton. in said county and person
about 2700 miles from homo n.nd
»Hy
of the Committee on Indian af-|time to stay, I resume my jour- ladies hats and millinery at Burns
fairs Washmffton
and is gen- ney the morning.
And it. appearing by said petilion
that there is not sullisirnt personal
estate in the hands of said executors to
Pay said debts, and that it is necessary.
in order to pay the same, io sell all of
saidi real estate.
It therefore ORDERED that, all
por ons interested in said estate ap
pear before the Judge of this Court on
Monday the ii
1st day of October A. D,
1910, at nine o'clock A. M. of said day
at the Cout room of said Court in the
Court House, in the City of sisseton.
in said Roberts County then and there
to show cause, if any there he. why an I
order should not be issued to said pet
it ionsers to sell said real estate accord
ing to the prayer of said petition
And it i. further ordered tlmt copy
of this order shall be published for four
h„v only. i,.„g|gst«rsis5S&
joiirnuy it is really lai'thei and inr, and upon all persons interested
more strenous tlian I bargained according to the law.
foi.liave slept tlii'cc niglits ou Paled at Sisseton, south Dakota, this
cars and onein a hotel and tra
veled every day. Am enjoying
self and am in good health
this I think is the most wonder
ful place in the world am glad
1 vent here though I have no
served on all persons interested in
4ih day of October 1910.
13y the Court,
E. S. TURNER, Judge
Attest:
I. STADSTAD, Clerk of County
Court. (4t07)
Call
and
see
& Wolf.
1
r"
tin so no more un­
Hie penalty of being taken a
1
IIJRDIZU TO SH )\V CAtJSK Kil.-
)lr. and ^Irs. -I. II. Bailey, of INGoF I'KTITION SKLL [.AND.
Pcevcr. were in the citv shopping State of South Dukota Count of Rob
today. they called at the Stan- erts. hi County Court ss
dard and had 1 heir paper chang- the Nlaiter of the estate of
... c- A nonius H. l'eever. deceased
ed I roni Sisseton to l'eever as
they have
place.
latelv moved to that
On reading aQtl filing t.he petition of
Henry S. Morris and O. P. Rask. exe
cutors of the estate of Thomas H. Peev
I er deceased, setting fortli tnc amount
the big stock of
Poultry Wanted!
We want all the poulty we can
get, so bring it in. We will pay
Highest Market Price
WM. F. MILLER, Thi BUTCHER
What Makes Good Meat?
peopii-know that ihc of ibc* su»i'k makes the ai
toM^rb or tender. Tlu-re^urr Jmuny ollifr things which* are of
'.nipon.uire ir. ihc- ii.ukir.i: ul -ood rm'als,
WE KNOW WHAT THEY ARE
AND WATCH OUR MEAT!
1
you wantgood r. :W or »cak,
Second-door nor'li of 'I'hoirp.-son'.^ II
vi•chops,
you.
OYSTERS PISH AND GAVE IN SEASON*
Sisseton Provision Company
W a
-t a a
a a S
lei us cut .1 for
IT'S A WELL BEATEN PATH
THAT i.EADS TO THE
Sissetcm Standard
a
PQW N VO-NOW PRINTING!
BISSEtON WEEKLY STANDARD tl.BO A YEAR
THE BEST NEWSPAPER IN ROBERTS COUNTY.
General Merchandise
df the
BIETO STORE
Effington S. D.
And have just finished taking stock. Wi
are now openfor business and invite
you to call and see the many bar
gains to be hadJJ at this store
i.ny day in the week. You can
buy more goods at this store
For one dollar than you can
carrv home at any one
time.
Monson & Loken,
EFFINGTON.
Successful Farming
Depends as much on the UrC of up-to-date
farm machines as it does upon «ood jiKH'
ment in planning farn, work. Goofl judg
ment must l.e backed up with tools t'lat
vi 11 enable the farmer to caiy out his plans.
That Is prccisesly the kind of farm machin
ery that is sold by
A. W. TOWER*
Sisseton* S. D.
1 handle Buggies, VVagot.s, sle t'bs, Cutters Binders.
Mowers, Rakes, Headers, Plows, Harrows, Windmills,
Pumps, Gasoline Engines. Cream Separators. Corn Binders,
HusKlrs and Shredders.
The Largest Farm Implement House Hi Sisseton
€TJ"
Overcoats froni to *60.00
Olson Olio & Co.
Don't neglect an ailment
your horses or stock until it
in
ig
too late. Almost nine cases out
of every ten may be cured if a
doctor is called
in time. I
at
an
your service for either night
or day calls. My work speaks
for itself.
Dr. A. H. Nygaard,
ATTORNEYS ATTENTIOH
Type Writer Paper
Type Writer Ribbons
Carbon Paper
Docket Covers
Legal Blanks
Constantly on Hand at the
STANDARD Office
ABSTRACT OF TITLE
HOW IS YOUR TITLE
N- 1UT SET
L".
W
0 S S
about It.
Oflicp 1111? court House
Sisseton. .- Dakoln
Phone Nm
r—
IN'.-M.'liAXCE
viohn C. Perkins
(Notary PuMic)
Real Estate, loons. Insnrsrcc
fl .1
Collections.
vi
.i
V\ hen you have anv business jr,
these line?, I shall be pleased to
sen you. lou will be treated
WELLS DUG.
One to Three-Foot Hole.
SNIDER BROS.
F-red McDonald, V. S.
Gei ''tale of Vtitiinany Science School
London, Ontario.
csug nil uinoj'.sr.s to
live MOCU stil'jfCt Jit a!
1
CiM'.rntiou^
ci'ssnry. Aii Avork lioi.e ji:
I'l'iK't1. oi!cit u.
prof{»ss:o»ja! -:i:i iI:»•
Office at Piy&i's Liv-ry Bar !,
Si-''-- 1 4.1) I )ll
"nSv-jxt. 2
Tr«vrX-Jt.-X7 -.*-X^H
Let Us Be Your Barber.
Rgp WILCOX
I
the
I TONSORIAL ARTIST
In Swedlaud Building.
I wishes ycu to caJlat his
BARBER SHOP
TJuge
vrantln^
coot! \v"orU and Courteous
treatment iuvitetl to call.
Sisseton
OneraHouse
One Night Only
Friday' Even' Oct. 7th
"The Climax"
Scats 1.0(1 75 and 50 cents
on Hale at the Re! Cross
b\ B. Kellov. anaffer
New Eagle Cafe,
BENNETT & MORRILL, Props.
Warm Meals and Lunches
])ay and Night.
We can please you. Let us try,
HIOWI
(IK mm who holl»f»down I till
About the gooia kt kM MB
Won't resp the ibtalig. |0l4M
dollars
Lika the man who cltaBba III
ire* nt bollin
Advertise in the Siweton
iTANBARO

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