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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, May 17, 1912, Image 2

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Tin* A. Li'Wis pool hall it
AVilmot wits i» ft tally diMru\d
by lire.
More than ten thousand
of land 111 the Belle Fournho re
clamation project will be till own
open to liomcstca'd entry on Mi\
2").
—r!DS—
Four proiniiiciit Dtiv founts
•fanners were caught in the act
ol' usini a H()0-l'oot seine in I'K'k
orcl lake, and were arreste'd by
the jyainc warden. Tlie\ had .1
trial it Waubaiy and were found
guilty an'd paid a fine ot $.()
each.
—SDS—
Boxedr Ihieves ari' busy 011 the
Milwaukee system.
HDN
(lust Pearson, aged years
Edith Pearson, aged 12 Anna,
Pearson, age'd 14, and Hannah Dun
iiing. age-d .11. were drowned in
the Sioux river at Bran'don. on
Wednesday of last: week. Tin
cliil'dren were wading in the over
flow waters of the river when the
Pearson boy stepped from the sub
merged bank into the mam river
and disappeared beneath the sur
face of the water. The three?
girls were drowned in a.11 attempt
to save their bov companion.
—SDS—
South Dakota is claimed to be
the only state in tjie union in
which 11 monthly paper is edited
and published .onj a farm. The
paiper in question is the ('lnlds
town Rural Monthly, and i« con
ducted by John P. Gering on lii«
farm in Childstown township,
Turner county.
—SDS—
More rain foil in South Dako
ta during April, this year, than
has fallen during any April
since 1897. The total rainfall
for the month, according to the
Huron weather hure.'iu, was 3.76
inches.
—SDS—
South Dakota Siftings
SDS—
A sjH'eiJii I'XUJiinmtiuii oJ appli
cants lot- ailiuisMoii tin* lai'
will lie -lirltl by till' supreme
court at 1'ierre oil .Juno 2..
-SDS—
ha vi' an allalla
Faith xvi
cxperiiiieii't Iiinil
Slw-
autoiiiobil
An automobile i.elonguig to F.
A Curtiss. ol AbiTiloeu, v«i«
jliolished by the explosion ol the
ixulitu' tank on the roa'.lj be
tween rot on and Aberdeen. Luck
ily, the owner ha'd stepjied out ol
tile ear a nionieiit belore the e\
jiloKion occuri'ci.l, and escaped 1111
injured.
—SDS
Owing to the frequency of depre
dations on freight, in the yards ami
the threatened invasion of South
Dakota by the Weary Willie bri
gade on account of the favorable
«rop reports, the city authorities
are endeavoring.to induce the Mil
"waukce officials to put on a spe
cial officer in the Milbank yards
A fellow by t.lie name oif Sim
cox was arrested by the chief of
police at Webster for stealing a
sack of g/'een hides and. attemp
ting to get. out. of town with
his booty. S me ox was given thir
ty dayis. .
—SDS—
iV Lester C. Turner, a resident
of Brown County since 1881, is
dead. iw jjVi.
tih: —SDS—
The
miff Eastwoods are again in
control of the Watertown ller
,ald—after having dispose' !. of
the paper, twice-within the past,
year. VS"Y„
-WV*
—SDS—
The commission form of city
''government is now in full force
'-at Waltertown.
"S I
R. 0.
¥w^5^ftPF0Ktly»
•ifoSfay
i-MM
At the Primaries June
The (anions .McClellan case,
which involves an estate valued
al bet ween.
illK
ami which has been ui the _Muuie.
lialLa county courts lor the past
twelve years, has recently re
ceived new lease ol 111u through
a decision- made by County .Judge
ileilin, who holds that nolle, of
the claimants are the legal heirs
11" Judge Met Lin's decision is af
tirined by the high courts, the
estate will go to the .state of
South Dakota.
.SDS
Yeggmeii broke into the potst
ot I lee at. Comic, blew open the
sale and carried away •?2f 111
cash and .."00 stamps. They
are still at large.
—SDS—
A eonipaJiy ol Hoy Scouts has
been organized at Lcmiiion.
—SDS—
Kilteeii huillrcd acres of HtlMe
county land, stocked with 2.S00
sheep and 100 head ol horsen,
was recently (.IINJXKSCU ot for $60,
000.
—SDS—
Immigration Commissioner Deets
has returned Irom New York with
contractus sign-ed by the oft icers
of tlie Russian-American Coloni
zation Company to locale 2.000
Russaan lamilies 111. South- Dakota
The immigration commis.s.ioner
Jias also securetl contracts tor
the sale of ")0.0()0 acre's ol st.at.-'
land to these people.
—SDS—
It is claiiiu tlia.t Minnehaha
county, the home of (ten. W.Euan
will give a.'majority for Frank .M
Hvrnc for governor.
—SDS
liyrne boosters enjoyed a. ban
quet, at S.ioux Falls.
—SDS—
Paul He.tz has 'confessed to the
burning of his home 111 Faulk
county, 111 order to get the in
surance money and lia.s been ta
ken to the penitentiary at Sioux
Falls to' serve a six months' sen
tence. According to the confes
sion, young Hetz sf't fire t.01 his
home at the instigation of liv
father, who has since commit/1 c'.l
suicide.
—SDS—
llorse rusllers have coniiiiene.ed
operations 111 Perkins eountv.
—SDS—
The State Dental Association
held its annual meeting in Sioux
Falls, this week.
—SDS—
Eugene lie 1 ley, the democratic
sheriff of republican, Minnehaha,
county, will have no opposition
in the primaries nor at tliei fall
election, as no one is seeking the
nomination for sheriff on the re
publican ticket. You'll have to
give it to Renlev.
—SDS-
A special train of twenty
one cars loaded with oil and gaso
line from the Wyoming oil fields
was derailed and took fire six
miles east of Presho, The engine
and thirteen of the cars were
saved—the rest went up
smoke. The destination of tin
train was Aberdeen.
—SDS—
Five incites of rain fell in four
hours in the vicinity of Brook
ings. v.
—SDS—
F. R. K. Hewlett, president of
the Hewlett lli'de and Fur Co.,
of Rapid City, was arrested at
Billings, Mont., on the charge of
forgery in the first degree. Hew
lett is charged with having forg
ed another man's name to a. wolf
bounty certificate, the papers in
the case being issued at the insti
gation of Attorney General John
son. ,,
Have the Standard print it.
For United States Senator Vote For
...<p></p>RICHARDS
4th
a. Hfiiis, walnst the Aldrich Currency Bill, which aims to take the power of
.iMutaff money .away fnftn the government and give it tp the big New York
'Mnkl. «/.•'
He teyon national crop insurance.
ia agalnw that kind of "reeiproeity" or other tariff revision that would
"anner*waeli in a free trade market andbijy in a protected market.
ftr a_ tarilT that, will measure the difference in the cost of production
honiie aao abroad and no tnoreV
tnd.
exP e,88
wj'.tn-*?*owanCe
to the employee*,
rat's
on the
actual value of
for a fair return on "the investment and
Respectfully,
RICHARDS SENATORIAL COMMITTEE
*if I
matter where they happen to be.
a
Curtiss and His Organ Deserve The Best in Town.
Repudiation W. A. Robinson writes to G01
The wind has certainly beenilon Bros. "Your Pillsbury Best" 1
taken out of the sails of the]Flour is the best-flour sold in!
Aberdeen American. It has Sisseton, it is the best-flour 11
been belittling Congressman have seen in a year. It makes
Burke because of his record on
the Cheyenne and Standing Rock
reservation matter. Now comes
a report from Washington that
congress has unanimously adopt-1 weeks in order to
ents a sack, by
ed a report made by Mr. Burke
providing for opening the balance 1 •J*"*'0 .. ,1D
of the Standing Rock reservation
and the bill is expected to pass
next Monday. This means much
for Aberdeen, all South Dakota
and the whole northwest. If
there ever was a home candidate
and his newspaper organ that
deserves repudiation it is Curtiss
and the American at Aberdeen.
Those who know Mr. Burke
realize that he is always on the
lookout for something good for
his South Dakota constituents no
and people of Aberdeen general- 's
ly will be delighted with the good ."
news, and likewise be disgusted
South Dakota. And this time it]"11'
Partners in Saint-Making.
A certain writer has said that
no newspaper which took truth iar"storv
a a a a
pecuniary success. The press
might return the compliment by
remarking that no minister who
told the truth about his con- jan
gregation, alive or dead, would
occupy his pulpit much longer
than one Sunday afterward, says
an exchange. The press and
clergy go hand in hand with the
whitewash brush, rosy spectacles
magnifying little virtues and
kindly throwing little deformities
into obiivion. The pulpit, the
pen and the gravestone are part
ners in saint-making.
Not Quite—But Almost.
One glauce at any of the Rob- ^.'10
Settings,^ for 50 cents or 100
for $3.00. Three blocks west of
the
onounceil it ilu ura )1(
tl,e
of years standing. For years
the traders, who have given
needy Indians necessities of life,
have had to wait for any remu
neration from the government,
due to the clogged condition of
the department. Gamble and constipation
Burke were appealed to and have I
succeeded in securing relief.
South Dakota is fortunate in
having two such men in congress
who have proven their abiliity to
"deliver the goods." —Lyman
County Argus-Leader.
ib]?od
is the traders at the Indian posts 1 JiW'('s tlie system. 1 he.\
who are relieved of an injustice
berts county papers is enough to Minnesota township, Dist.
convince anyone that there is a
political scrap on over there, Number of boys enrolled. 6.
Candidates galore have "an- Number of girls enrolled, 8.
nounced" themselves for every Total number enrolled. 14
office, From the number ofj Total number enrolled for the
candidates it would appear the'vear, 19
primary ballot will be as long as Number of davs taught, 20
the county is.-Browns Valley i»erfe(.t attendance c(u-tifi«a.te'S
Iribune.
the watep tower. 48p.
G. A. McDonald. Sisseton, S. D.
Warrant Call.
All wararnts of Easter town
ship. up to and including No. 875
are hereby called for payment,
interest ceases on this date. Pay
able at the Citizens National Bank
Sisseton, S. D.
Notice of Eighth Grade Final
Examination.
Notice is hereby given th-at the
eighth grade final ex-aminaton
will lie given in the sclioolhouses
in Summit, Wihnot, Peever and
White Rock, and in the court
house in Sisseton, ti liur--.day
and Friday, May 23-24 begin
ning at :o0 o'clock on Thursday
morning. Each pupil may write
the place most 'convenient for
himself.
BONXIE ANDREWS,
County Superintendent.,^"
Roberts County.
(40-47 ).. Roberts County
V, ',.1
It's time to be thinking about
that graduation gift. You arc
sure to find something that will
give satisfaction at. Tostenson's,
the .jeweler. (46-49)
Now is the time to buy your
genuine Grimm Alfalfa Seed,' at
Schindler Bros.
(45-48)
or
White, light, and Every User
fine bread
good laste.
There is no ecomony in eatrng
poor bread for two or three
save 10 or 15
buying cheap
an(1
fer one. hundred dollars for
case it, fails to cure. Send
circulars and testimonials.
Address: F. .1. Cheency &
Toledo. Oli to.
So
lil"
following is the report for
(,,S')th
^|1(,
mon
ILogen. Alvin and Josephine iMoen.
Eggs for Settings. Arthur Loessin entered Grade
Rhode Island Red Eggs I'dr^
1
eived
Dated, May 1, 1912.
—Casper Mellenhoff,
47 Treasurer.1 inuiute
lu'1'
"l
S. D!
Address: Route 1, Peever,
1 0 10 on
Will you help t.hom?
Doan's Kidnoy Pills have
brought thousands of kidney suf
ferers back from the verge of de
spair.
Sisseton testimony proves their
worth.
Mrs. Thomas Mac Donald. Sis
seton S. Dak., says: ''I was sub
ject to symptoms of kidney com
plaint for a long time and will
say that Doan's Kidney Pills
brought me greater relief than
any other kidney medicine. This
preparation, drove away the agon
izing pains in my back and also
stengthened my kidneys. I used
in all-the contents of six boxes of
Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at
the Palace Drug Store and they
mad! me feel' like a different
woman."
For salt by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Poster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents
fcr t'u I'rited States.
Remember
thv
ft Booster.
"Best 'and you
'will have no scraps to throw
away, they will eat it all.
There is more Catarrah in this
section of the country than all
other 'diseases put together, and
until the- last few years wa.s sup
posed to be incurable. For a
great many doctors pronounced'
I a local disease an'd prescribed lo
cal remedies, and constantly fail
ing to cure with local treatment,
to be a const,it:u
and therefore re­
1
,S('-4
wms[-ltntwna.l
with Curtiss and his cuckoo I (.-atarrn lire, iminulactur
organ.—Pierre Capital-Journal, j"' Cheney & Co., Toledo
Ohio, i.s the only Constiitutioinal
They Deliver the Goods. M'ure on- the market. It in taken
Again have Gamble and Burke |'nl(!"laIIy d^es form 10 drops
been victorious in a fight
for
treatment,
to a teaspoont u'l. It acts directly
of-
anv
for
Co.
I'd by Di
•uggists. 7ic.
,nake
llail" Family Pills
lor
Great Play.
"Tliehna" is without a doubt
the most talked of play of the
season, and since the announce
ment of its appearance, here 011
Thursday evening, .May 2-i, has
created more interest than any
play in years, ilark'. Corelli's
"Tlielma" is a, world-wide popu
..1 oimj, and everyone who. is
l1"11' ^,1' the book, can, eas.h
,l'-.
Vsuperb material ,t
'alfords tor the development ol
drama. The comjiany
the play is said to be
of exceptional merit and one of
the strongest organization of its
kin'd 011 the road and '1 is dcubt
fill if lh"re will bi a .-ii--:ni seat
11 the |K i'a liouse at ihe r.s of
imus"
presenting
.he cu-'aui. on (. con
popui..i .-'tid pnbl:
tins attract'ci
Ihe
leniand ol
School Report.
Tlu'
\h
vi/
\h
month ending May
ili
ifc
il/
th were issued) to
"'onth Golda Morrison re-
1^
for
h,av,nf httt'en ,U).oks fro'in
s( hool. library.
tin
—Rosy A. Kleven, Teaclu'ir.
I THROW OUT THE LINE.
Give Them Help and Many Sisse
ton People Will Be Happier.
"'Throw awt. tlie Life Line'"—
The kidneys need help.
1 The.s re overworleu—can't get
the poison filtered out of the
blood.
1 They 're getting worse every
ntnm—Doan's—
and take no other.
i'
(6)
Have the Standard print it.
1 ORDER.
Skim Cleanest
Turn Easiest Are Simplest
Most Sanitary Last Longest
That is a strong statement but we'd make it stronger
if we knew how, because we are sure that the De
Laval will more than make good every claim.
We don't ask you to take cur "say so." We prefer to
let the machine itself talk for us.
Why not let us set one up at your house? You can
test it yourself alongside of any other
machine you like for capacity, cleanness of
skimming, and ease of operation.
We don't ask you to buy a
De Laval upon "claims."
We do ask you to be
sure and give it a fair trial
before you purchase
any cream separator
Don't put
it off. Do I SOONER OR LATER
it now. I
Thomas Thompson
SISSETON
*r=\r.
Sullivan Lumber Co
Dealers in
jg Lumber,. Brick, Lime and Cement
Western Coast Lumber a Specialty
\i See us before yon build,
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished,
I Benard I. Nelson, ucai Manager I
Your Meats From the Up-t^-d
5 MEAT MARKET
And be insured good service.
Fish, Oysters and Game
AIITOBI TENDING A sketch AND deeciiptlon may
quickly ascertain our opinion tree whether an
Invention It probably pate-'-"
tlons strictly confidential.
sent free. Oldest agency for securinff patents.
IN SEASON.
W. F. MILLER, Prop.
fWWWWWIfWW
OVER es YEARS'
TRADE MARKS
DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS AC.
Patent* taken through Mann A CoTrecelve
not**, vithoa^obarge, in the
Scientific jftKiKan.
A Inodiomelj llhntntad weeMr. tamest Ctr
JiUCIon of
ANR »CT«ntlflo
touruL Termi.13
X£tf.v!£Ff£tt* *L Sold brail newsdttlen.
Used
Exclu­
sively by
9 8 of
the World's
a
YOU WILL
BUY A
DE LAVAL
IG
DEALER IN
E
Lath, Shingles. Moukhnjjs. Sash, Doors.
Blinds. Screens, Building l-'aper. Fence 'osts
O A
Lime, Cement, and Hard Wall Piaster
Sisseton, South Dakota
=ir=i I—
Ideal Lumber Co.
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The Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel
ISO MODERN ROOMS
l«ntid ia Hcwt of BmiiwM DUtrict
Si.OO SINGLE RATE St-00
CUROPLAN.
RATE
TON
TWO PERSONS
tl.SO
PRIVATE BATH ANO TOILET EXTRA
EVERY ROOM HAS HOT ANO COLO RUBNINO
WATER. STEAM HEAT. GAS ANO ELECTRIC
LIGHTS, PORCELAIN LAVATORY. PARQUET
FLOOR, AND TELEPHONE SERVICE TO
OF­
FICE AND CITY. ALL BATH ROOMS ARE
FINISHED IN WHITE TILE WITH OPEN NICKET.
PLATED PLUMSING. SEVEN-STORY •FIRE
PROOF ANNEX NOW COMPLETED.
Pillsbury Best for sale by Gor
don Bros.

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