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3 It I t, e? P?or fit, style and wear we have the largest stock cf shoes, both for mon and women, that can be und in thooily. Glance at our show Window when passing J. IVI. Swanberg The Shoe Man Sisseton, South Dakota Sullivan Lumber Co. DEALER N 1 E Mon''Jlnnc Doors. KIMMIS, I j? Sl.i Jl£ I Kl'lH'ft IN-I.fa O A Lliii**, crtnirtnt, mit .hini Wall Plaster Sisseton, South Dak [OE [OE=aOE W a a General Merchandise Monson & Loken EFFINGTON. [OE We are receiving daily the finest, line of choice and fresh ever shown in the city 'We also carry a full assortment of Choice Nuts and Fancy Fruits If you desire Groceries or Fruits for any special occasion and you live a distance from our store we would be please to send goods to you. Kindly phone your wants. The Mewil. Sisseton Standard 1.50 per year O TT aly overrun with wild oats, ami atJn'i'.'i wliicli liavc in' app«ariin«' of having lircii s(M'lrd to inu.'-fiiii'd iiiislriid 1" grain. While llusv' iii-sta^ces are comparatively few at this time, the fact remains tlia.1 if the fields in question are per mitted to flourish and mature. it will not be long before 'the en tire country will be infested with noxious weeds. A word to the wise should be sufficient. Three Ball Games Three ball games are scheduled to take place on the local din moud -Debet week, all of which sire eertajn be holly contested. The schedule i.s as folloi\vs: outlay—Peever vs. Sisseton. Tuesday—"White Koek vs. Si.s •ietOll. Wednesday—Browns Valley ws 8i.sseto.iii. (lames eailed' at '2.-.S0 p. m. O Sisseton, S. D„ May 31, To the. Editor of the Standard: 1 have heard several-stories that have been circulated about my treatment about some travelei who were caught out ill the rain of Friday night near the County Farm of which 1 am the mn nu' i:r, aJid which stories reflect not only upon my lack of hospitality bult also upon my lack of the coin mon principles of humniinity, and I would llkei a little space to.st.ii.t' the facts in regard to tlic matter. Last Friday n.ightabout 12 o'elorl a ma.il came to my home with :w! automobile lantern and rappi'd at the dooir, and I opiiiied the door and ho said1 We got. st.uek in a mud Siole over lvere." "Have you a toam OJI tlm place?'' and I said "1 have but I am not going to take thiini out (tonight to haul anybody out of a mud hole as the have worked alii day." lie then said, "how far is it to Sisseton." amd I told him it was about, a mile. ITe thru went, away from lie house and I went back to bed ,'uiid wetnt to sleep. This is abso utcl.v all that us stated by eithei of us, and I knew lrojthiiiig more a bout the matter, but have since learned that statements are now icing made around Sisseton to the. effect that the man stated had a. party of girls and women with him. and had first asked 'to use the telephone t.o get help Iron town and had refused to let hiii makei ruse -of it, and next, that w.aftit.ed to stay over night at tli house and (that refused to al low them to do so, and that ttiijxt asked if they could stay in the barn over night, and that refused ito allow them to do so aiinl that even refused to loan him a lantern to fix his automo bile. and that .they worn then com nelled l.o se)t, in the automobile in the rain nnt.il morning. Tt is wholly unnecessary for me to make this explanation to people with whom I am acquainted, but thinking ithat perhaps some of these slanderous statements that are being circulated might pos sibly be believed by those, who ar. not acquainted with me I take tin manmer of putting the facts befor those who ma.y be intere.sted in learning the truth regarding 1b• miijtter. Vory respoct.fully, Evav Larson. Signals of Distress Sisseton people should know how to read and heed them. Slick kidneys give many signals of distress. The secretions are dark, con tain a sediment. Passages are frequent, scanty painful. Bajckache is constant day and night. Headaches and dizzy spells ar frequemit. The weakened kidneys noe* quick luelp. Don't delay! Use a special kic ney remedy, Doom's Kidney Pills are foo sick kidneys, backache and urin ary disorders. Sisseton evidence proves theii merito. Mrs. N. J. Pryor, of Sisseton., S. D., says: "I can necommcmc Doan's Kidney Pills highly. I -home used them for pains in back which clung to mie for mouths and they were by far the best preparation I had even' taken for (this trouble. My supply c»£ Doam's Kidney Pills was pro cured at tlic Palace Drug Store and iny experience eonviweed me of their merits." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Forster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents the United States. Remember the name—Doom's— and take no other. .v*r r' 1 ££. H*-: fc-. &Jwvi f:' Si and SamanLhy Diavolo -r 5, I ml [n the dizzy Leap the (lap. in ft f' 1 &•% '«. /Af VWS'WiS ifi r* 1 4: *w« given out. Ul IN SISSETON MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Inaa was taken to a For Three Days Sisseton Will Keep Open House and All the People Are Invited to Come and Be Entertained. A Balloon Ascension and Parachute Leap Each and Every Afternoon. Three FREE Attractions Twice on the Street The Amusement Company here on these days advertise a One Rig Circus, Three Marvelous Tumblers, a Man who Allows an Automobile to Run Over Him, an Oriental Theatre, Ten nessee Minstrels, a Lady Broncho Buster and a Serpentine Dancer, which they show in tents at regular prices. THREE BIG DAYS OF FUN JUNE 12,13 and 14 13.14 A Merry Couple and Their Bounding Hayrack Exlribiton. Wells and Sells Sisseton not only furnishes the above FREE but will on these days make reduced prices on their wares, which the public should not forget. Every day will be a Bargain Day. The Chinese Trick Acrobats.