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SISHfON WEEKLY STANDARD
1. W. FKATI1KRSTON
Kilitor and I'ultliHher
The Republican Ticket
NATIONAL
For presidential eleetors:
THOMSON.
L. 'J'. VAX SLYKE.
OSCA l( OLSEN.
II. I'UHSTON.
V. II J{IJU(i.
CONGRESSIONAL
For congressman:
CIIAKLES II. HI KKE.
Second district.
STATE
For governor:
FHAN'K .M. WYNNE.
For lieutenant governor:
E. Ait EL.
IFor Secretary of
state
FKANK (iLASSNEH.
For attorney general:
KOYAL C. .JOHNSON
For treasurer:
A. YV. EW'EKT.
'For auKlitoi*:
I1ENK
It. ANDERSON
For railroad commissioner:
JOHN .I. UK I'll Y.
Por commissioner school and pult
lie lauds:
F. F. ItKI.NKEl(.
Foe superintendent public in
stnictioii
C. (J. LAWUEN E.
For judges supreme court:
.1 HOWARD JATES.
c. I'OLLEY.
JJ1 AS. II. WHITING.
COUNTY
Stal" senator.
ANDREW MARVK'K
Jicjresi'iJlatives
ALFUETJ NELSON
TORE ItlJEDVIK
ANDREW PETERSON.
Treasurer:
IVER .1 JOHNSON.
Auditor:
O. E. LIEN.
Bherifl"':
.101 IN MINDER.
'Register:
JOHN O. ^WENIJ.MSOX.
6tatii« uttorney:
TIIOMAS MANI
Superintendent of schools:
BONNIE ANDREWS.
County .ludgoo
HAL M. KNIGHT
Clerk of Courts:
I). P. STEVENS
Coroner:
P. II Brown.
State connnittcenian:
ANDREAV OVEIUIY
Commissioner 1st di.strictj:
M. L. SATKRENV
Another Change.
1
The readers oJ' the Standard
pnay recall that the writer took
charge of this paper last week,
audi during that time tlu patrons
Of the paper, old and new, have
yiv-en
support and patronage
which have been highly satisfac
tory *"1 very mucih appreciated.
•When in .July T!»U, the Stand
ard was sold to Mr. Howard
Knappen, 1 had been concerned
ill
its management for neaf.ly
eight years. 1 resinned the maji
aflfement of the paper not al
together willingly, and not al
together unwillingly. 1 receive*!
substantial assurunc-os of sup
port and patronage for the paper
whidh were most encouraging.
The first issue however, was only
off the press when a very satisfact
ory offer was made for the paper,
which, after some consideration,
I
accepted, and is now my pleas
ant duty to introduce the now
proprietor of the Standard, Mr.
J. W.
I
Featihcrston, formerly of
Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, a news
paper man of experience and abil
ity, and a gentleman of good
judgment
AUKI
integrity, whom
am quite certain will deserve,
land as certainly receive the
good will, patronage and support
(of
the community.
In retiring from the manage
knent of the Standard, I wish to
eonvey to the patrons my sincere
{thanks for the support wli.ich
they have so kindly given the pa
per.
.- M. A. Knappen.
There is little that needs to
be said by the new management
•t this time in the way of pro
uises or policy, as the paper will
•peak for itself from week to
w«ek. Politically the Standard
will remain republican.
Inker believes in the principle
of primary election where the
people are permitted to choose
their own servants for office, and
nwm
of no reason why it
•hould not snpport the candidates
•'m selected from presidential
flieston down to the least import
ant county- office. This .week w«
are handicapped in a number of
ways and tile Standard is far
from wdiat we hope to make it in
the futiure. The writer is more
than pleased with the reception
,givcn him bv the business and
professional men of this city, and
is confident tihat we will be able
to work harmoniously and to our
.mutual advantage and in the
best interest of tile eitv.
Thanking yoin for the court
esies so far extended.
I
remain.
Yours truly,
•I. W. Fe.a.therston.
The 1!I2 grain crop is said
to be t.iird, if not seeoiwl in size,
ever riscd in the 1'nit.ed States.
Over in Minnesota when a can
didate for office is defeated
In the primary election, lie is de
barred from coming oait 'as an
independent candiate. That is as
it should be.
The legislature of Michigan lias
net apart, Sept. .'iO as "Memory
Day" at which time the living
are exp 'ted to .show forth in some
fodling manner tlwir loving mcni
ory for tlwir dead friends and rc
atiws. Few indeed are the per
,-ionx \v|ho do not have private
"Memory Days."
A Minneapolis clergyman idcliv
crwi an address, Sunday, in favor
of the restoration of capital punish
("lent wherever it ha.s been abolish
ed. To a casual observer it would
look as thoiugh the reverend gent'
ieman has the right side of the
arguini'iit, as murders st^ni to be
on the incma.sc in Minnesota
since tjhc legislature did away
with hanging.
The Aberdeen Daily American
voices the senle'mcnts of the
Standard in the following!:
Women ol Soutih Dakota arc
again circulating petitions asking
for a dlhangc in the constitution.
It is a long lane that has no turn
ing and tlie time is near at hand
when the women of South Dakota
and tlviir sisters in so many other
state* will IVe given the oppor
tunity to vote. It is bound to
some in the end and the Ameri
can hopes that equal suffrage
may be enacted at th'e next time
it is proposed fo'r the favor of
the voters."
The democratic politicians arc
deluding themselves with tihe .hope
that thousand of republicans are
going to vote for Wilson for pre
sident next jiionth. Don't you
ever believe it. 'Ithe fanners rc
"inember too well the time along
tV ,1
PIIS
£VUV •sV~
'T. X"
labout following the tariff
tinkering by the democrats, when
•willcat sold for ahomt fifty cents
la bushel, and everything else
thi-v raised was correspondingly
as low, to care for a repetition
mf such times: and tfce working
inen have not forgotten the
empty dinner pail* and file suf=
•fering of tilieir children at that
delightful time.
Every man is a part of his
town. The town embraces the for
lluries, and in sonic measures
Ucast takes on the character of
the man. So loyalty to one's
town is more tflian loyalty to
line's self and this loyalty is in
line of all well shaped human na
iTherefor,e it is right to say that
I^IM?
man who does not stand up
fob* his town is in some way
'dwarfed. There is something
wrong about him. His fellows
will pass till is .jfndginent upon
'him. and the chances.are that
while he may add to the dis
comfort of others be will not es
cape making himself unhappy.
•Watertown News.
TEACHERS' MEETING.
The following is the program
iof the Teachers' Meeting to be
held in t)he coiurt room in Sisse
ton, Saturday, Oct. 12t.li, bcgiii
,ing at one o'clock In the after
noon. All interested in the public,
schools are invited to be present.
Space Filler by Supt. T. E.
.McDonald, Sisscton. I'uWiic
Scjiools.
Classroom Management, t'lfcp
tcrs I and II, Miss Mary Keenan,
I'eevcr Public Schools.
Classroom Management, it'hap
ters III and IV, Miss '.Wiiiiifrcd
O'Rourkc, Long Hollow School
'•District.
Readings, Characteristic of the
Soiutlh, Mrs. EMcfson of Sisscton.
Teaching I'oetrv In The
Grades. .Miss Emma Schiniidt,
Goodwill School District.
Reading and Interpretation of
''The Vision of Sir Launl'al,"
Miss Delia Gould, Sisscton High
School.
'Ronnie Andrews.
County Superintendent.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our
thanks to our many friends and
neighbors who so kindly assisted
and comforted -us in our late
bereavement, and for the beaut i
ful decorations and flowers.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. -luvoland.
Irene Grover.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. South wick..
THE WORLD'S BEST
LIGHT DRAFT NEW DEERE
Sulky and Gang
Ts'ot a cheap piece of material goes into the
New Deere. This is one reason the New Deere
Plows give from three to five years more service
than ordinary makes.
And they pull easier because of the special
material and shape of the bottoms, the keen, thin
"wedge" and the equal distribution of weight on
all wheel^.
Besides they are easily handled.
And don't forget that the New Deere Sulky
and Gang do the best grade of work, and do it all
the time. They work right, under conditions that
would put^the ordinary sulky or gang out of
business.
7A a*s
Cit*.
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CHURCH NOTES.
Methodist Notes.
There will be no morning or
evening service at the Met/hodist
ichurch, next Sunday, Oct. ltfth.
Tin- annual conference is being
held at Yankton, this week, and
the pastor will be tlliere over Sun
day. A big young peoples' meet
ing is being planned for 7 o'clock
Sunday night. The Sunday Schoo
will also have an important
session at A. -M.
The services conducted by Rev.
F. Uremic, last Sunday night,
was much enjoyed. Miss Gou
IKIs
solo at this .service was much ap=
predated.
Prestbyterian Notes.
The theme of the sermon next,
Sunday morning will lie "(lhrist,
our King." The pastor will be
glad to see all our boys and
girls at this service.
I At the service next Sunday
evening we will be favored with
selections by a male quartette.
In connection with this service
iUhe pastor will speak on the
theme, "'Man's Need of the
Christ." All men arc urged to
Tie present.
The regular service will be
'held as usiual at Effington next
"Sunday, at T:'iO P. M. This is
preceded by the Bible service.
HORSE SALE.
On Saturday.
-October
12. at
Sisscton Stock Yard. 20 Head
Soiut'h Dakota Tired Pereheron
'Mares, 10 Head Good Sucking
Colts, ranging from 2 to 7 years
».).ld and weighing up to 1400
ouiunds. One half of these horses
are broke.
All the above will positively
be sold to the highest bidder
withonit any reserve whatever,
arid the people who want some*
thing extra in horseflesh will
not. miss this sale. Dont miss this
sale for this is the best bunch of
horses ever offered for- sale
flierc. Don't get into your head
that tlhese are bronchos, for they
•aire not. They have the bone,
the size and shape. You can see
these horses any day before the
saile. Don't forget the date.
Terms!: Time will be given until
Octolir 1, TO]3, at Ten per cent,
on approved secmrity. Sale be
gins at '2 o'clock.
IT. G. ELLIS, Owner
.11. D. Massingham,
Auctioneer.
Girl Wanted For general
housework. Applv at. Momern
Hotel. (13tf)
Have Your Pass Book Read
CITIZENS NATIONAL
BANK
Largest and Strongest Bank
IN ROBERTS COUNTY
DO YOUR BUSINESS WITH
THE BOYS WHO ARE AL
WAYS PLEASANT, SMILING,
ACCOMMODATING AND AT
YOUR SERVICE.
O I E S
JOSEPH WARWICK, President.
HENRY HELVIG, Cashier
Farm for Rent.
3 60 acres in Enterprise town
ship good well and good build
A. H. INGERSOLL, Viet President.
Lee J. LIIKANITSCH, Ass't Cashier.
Does Your Watch Keep Good Time?
If not bring it to us, as we make a speci
alty of carefully repairing ladies' and gen
tlemen fine watches. Or, if your watch
has seen its best days, we carry a particu
larly select line of the best makes, which
for superior service and absolute correct
ness are backed by our own and their ma
a a
A. O. TOSTENSON
4
Three months tuition free at
the Sioux Falls Business College,
**.-11 rtllll guuu UUUll- C'
ings. Address John Donovan, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Send for
Route 1, Sisseton, S. D. (T5=16p)' particulars.
E O A
C. E. McGowan Lumber Co.
We are here to sell lumber and coal.
WlYile doing so we realize that a satis
fied customer is the best asset in our busi
ness. Our aim is to please in every detail,
be the amount large or small.
Our Motto is:
Quality, service and
money you spend with us.
It will be a saving for you, and an op
portunity to demonstrate these assertions,
by letting us figure your bills.
53 Give us a trial on anything you may
need in building material or fuel.
The management is new and we especi
ally invite you in, that we may make your
acquaintance. The days are growing cooler,
but you will always find a warm welcome at
our fireside.
C. E. McGowan Lumber Co.
value for the
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