SlSSnON WEEKLY STANDARD
J. W FEATHKKSTON
Kdilor and I*11 liIir-li«
The Republican Ticket
for jircsidctil 1/1! electors
L. VAN SJ.VKK
li C. I'KLSTOX
J-', li 1
CIIAKLKS II li I ii Is i:
Second il 1st.]'let.
For 4£i\ i-i nor
1-TiAXK .M. HVkXK.
For 11. •ilb iuuil ifm criinr:
IKor Secretary of slut"':
J"'or uttoniry (fclienil
liOVAL .M illXSOX
For Li r/i.sui tr
1IKXKY A NI) I'll (SOX
VOf I'll 11 HI I i• 11 Ml 1111 I II' I"
JOHN .1 MIKI'IIY.
For romm i.ssioner school iiml jiiil
F. ItlflXK 11
b'or hiiju-riiil 1'inli nl Jml»Iu- in
(i. LA W I MX! lv
i- judges Sll |il'eiiic court:
.1 lloWAKI) CA'I'KS.
CI I AS. II W11 I'll X11
i\ i:ii .i .UMINKHX
o. i-:. -11:
JOHN O. SiW KXI 'MSOX.
frillltcs ill lorliey
Supcriii iviIv"t "I schools:
AL M. H! HT.
Clerk ol Courts:
I), F. STHVKNS
Commissioner Nl dist net):
M. I, SATUKKN
IMPORTANCE OF ONE
A writer in I lie Outlook gives
ilie following account ol' the III
reaching el fell ol olle vote
Tlltiy lllillk it ol lillle eoil.se
queliee whether you vote or no I,
lb lit this article shows eonelu
tnve'ly that it may 11e11• r111i11e t.li•
rioHtin.v ol' the nation:
In this your of olur Lord I'.H'J.
whon we have three university
graduates as ealliiliililles for the
ihltfheist ol'l'iee in tllie gill ol' the
American people, who knows tin)
tillt the Vllllle ol' a s'llgle \le
|iuiiy prove to lie as great a I'ac
tor ill deciding the nioiiientoiis
qimst.ion as to whieli one uhall
"take the oath of ol'l'iee .March 4.
as has I'ver lieen the ra.se
in the history of our count ry Hut
jn order tiliiil we may not lie led
to underestimate the value of one
vote, let us rceall a case in point,
mid one that actually occurred, in
the State of Indiana between
.1840 and 1S50.
in Di' Ivalb County. hiliana.
•wli'cn the election day arrived,
iWruf was a man who was in
•doubt whether to go to tlio null
or tilio polls. Finally, after a cer.
tain amount of coaxing, lit' de
cided that be would exercise his
fight, of franchise and vote. ll»
voted tbio Democratic ticket., and
Demoeratic iiu'iuber of the
Legislature was vlwUnl from
his district by ft majority of only
one vote. TJuit Legislature elected
a United States Senator, and by
the vote of the one member from
feh&t district Mr. llannegan was
Mr. Mannegan took his seat
the Senate, and was president of
the Senate pro fcem. when the vot
taken for the annexation of
Ol the flo'ok* tlu vote was
Mr, Hannegau's east*
vote decided the question in
wZ*L I annexation audi this
on the Mexican
^w«h. haa go Bhape^ the
W extreme case,
Farmnr.s are being urged lo
vote tin' democratic presidential
.lii-kel tln.s fall ly the bourbon
Ipievs ami spellbinders. Imt tile
t'airmer.s are —ot the locls they
.a.re taken lo le- I'. W. Keetor,
Ivilitr lear Watertown. I^ives
'I'ulilie, Opinion an interview
nsperi' liee ill tie- (/oud
demoeratM,' times under ''lev
"Hut we fiimrers cannot have
free trade. O'li. no I well remem
ber the t-st time lie democrats
controlled this ^overnmeiit. h, was
.neieessary tor me to borrow a
little money of a. I'arker banker,
and lie ehai't-'ed mi' 'J I per cent in
lcrest, and took Ins u.-ury out of
the moiies betnre it as returneil
tn 'Illiis is not ipnte as bad as
my friend, 11 si ''arlson, ulio
lives in Salem township, this
eilllllty. Ill' needed if l'I III In
keep from having his larm taken
from him. lie drove to 'lanklon.
borrowed il ol the (Iambics, who
charged hiin ri'i" on the .-foiiii ,-nid
ima.de him pay interest on the
commission, or al luclvc per
cent lilt,el est
"Yes I sold corn III those days,
that I eouIdli I Inirn. Il was Ilea
per than coal to burn I tfol from
tell to IW.itkt Ills a bushel 11II
der those ^oiid old binocra I ic
davs thiit I'ryan and Wilson tell
lis about Xo, no mule demo
cralic days for me. My linyer
u'ere bitrneiI by that I ive
ra lb' duel rilic niice.
in I hose le no if ra In- days
liiref would lillll},' about,
h'llars. fair one. but
ul- led. I si 1111 foiod horses
from ei^ltl ecu to thirty
llorse.s that today would
from to $'J"i(l N'es
a I'epubl lea II Isl e.r
you had ell
use d"iiiocra I ic
do LI a rs.
a fnrtnei' in
The progressives ol X'ew or
si at haVe noin iiiat -d )-ca
Straus. I lie
ilidalc is .lob
he rcp:u hi iea call
llee-es I lid 1111 dc
William Oul/.cr as
there candidate. A,!I of these
men of integrity, honor and
riu'lit iiess, mid il will ni:ik" I
I'el'II -e to I lie people W II Ic II
'll I lley will lie -lure 1
clean a 1111111 isl ra I ion any way.
vor.s putting many other govern
in cut employees under the prote
turn of till is law.
Roosevelt seems to be imlispeli
sible to lie- carrying on of the na
tional campaign At least thai
i.s the way Wilson looks upon the
situation. He has accordingly an
nounced that lie will cancel all
dates for speaking until the
colonel recovers and takes the
The I Viinsly va ma railroad ha
issued an order tihat hereafter no
train on heir system shall lie per
.[nil led to run at a faster speed
itlia-'ii 7(1 mile.- an hour. Xo such
order is led oil this branch ot
Mrs. Alice b'oSeVelt Loll},'
•worth, recently had l.oUli pair
of j^love cleaned at one time. Tin
•society belles of Sisseton call I
1 il it come up lo t.liat.
Uncle Sam i.s vroinjf to have a
dickens of a tunc in sal islyin^
the otjhei's nations that I hey are
to have a -ipiare deal in u-mn'
tin- Panama canal.
lt is unite generally admitted
that I lie a 11 it ed a- sassiliat ion o|
11 W 11 lose lillll jlo
To the Public.
Ila\ ilie re 11! -11 my land, I will
,,|l'cr for sale at public auction
all my personal properly now mi
jrt\ farm, on the Oakota side ol
Lake Traverse, miles from
I'.row ns a 11 ey. on AV ed iiesi lay
let oiler bee-l I II jr a I tell
II 'clock, with free 1II lie
h. ,'l I llooll.
The callle in this -ale raiifre in
an from -'.uckine- ca!\ es to .'! year
olds, in 1 u111ne- some 1 i11•• bulls
I I'e re nl ajre. Tin a re a 11
isiered or eligible lor registry.
I The horses include 'J.i le ad ol
ll-. mares and horses, of
'I'ernI aees. You can find
11 vv 11 a you want a I I is -ale.
President Taft has recently ta
ken advanced steps alone civil
service reform lines by placing
.'IliOOII I'm 11-1 class post masters un
der the civil service rules and be
1 1111 I lie reach of 1 lie pol I iea I
boss. The president also ta
Terms made novvn on day of
i'e. 'I'll IS is a ra re elia lice
e'.'l pure bred callle. Si.llle 111 tr
Autrust -Ieiisi 111. Own r.
das. .1. I)in e-l11•rty a nil II
I !a el'. A 11e 1 uiiieers
II. .1. Vim Yalkeubui'i!. 'I• rk.
I Board and Room.
I'll i-lieil room
for rent iv 11 li
hoard if desired.
Koran-r I lerfI in
THE WORLD'S BEST
UGHT DRAFT NEW DEERE
Sulky and Gang
Not it I'hctip piece of material
New Deere. This is one reason the
.Plows "ive from three to live years
than ordinary makes.
And they pull easier heeause of the special
material and shape oi tin' bottoms, the keen, thin
"wedge'' ami the enittil dtstrihtttion of weiglit- on
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. S S
will lie no preaching
at the I'resby terian
The Sunday school will meet
,-lt 1 I as usual an the junior
Kj. I- at 7. Their services oiiirht
to lie well attended.
Instead of holdiii}.' their ri-eii
lar services nexl Sunday even
1 he Sell ior '. K. Will visit lie
Tile pa st or Will lie.! ill til''
i• i'u'au'/.a 1'on ol two churches next
Sunday. near Wilinot one in
Lake township and "lie Lee.
held olle weel
let ol ier -i
The eomi'irmat ion class meet
at the church Saturday al 1:o0
Mis- Anna c(.J uck n, a I Mrs.
11 ackbert a lid sisi cr in la w. of
(loud Will low ii-liip. attended the
teachers' in eel
,'nes into the
Mrs. I- here' wil' entertain
•s Aid at
I I ol
HI service will lie
from next Siiinlay.
lie TInirs,''ay eVell
W l| lie llsell for a
•rviee. -lll'e to
Services in tile Lilt II 1'.111
Church next Sunday at the usual
hour, 111 :IU. Sunday school at
I 'J o'clock
Services at the Sarnn huivh
in h• afternoon al o'clock.
I.lit her L-'iio'ilc at 7': I.).
a ft ernoon.
liree stray calves one Mar
red and one spotted, came to
place on section l-l. Lonjr
low township, on or about
(cl obe'r 1 st.
have same by
1!U2. Owner can
iek leson. 11ouI .'I
Michael Larrett wrote leaidiers'
1111 11 a ion ill Sisseton. Tlilll'S
day and l-'riday of la-t Week.
«r at the court
house in Sisscton. Saturday after'
.Miclial I ta ret 1 and Irene Kim
ball a 11 elided III1 I eaehel's meet
11 e- in S I on, Saturday after
noon. wiln proved to be very ill
Tile fill low lie- pcojde I -1'
e'llesls ill the ('has. l-'oilder 'home.
Sun-lay Mi-ses li'e.uiiia Xifr.tr.
(iladvs .lohnson. Atrnes Lund
Have Your Pass Book Read
Largest and Strongest Bank
I N O E S O N
Tom Kelly and L.'onard Konder
were arrivals Saturday from
Lasl vvecdc 11 ems.
Sylvester Kimball was enter
tained at tjie hospitable home of
Mr and Mrs. Xelson W'ilcos- in
Sisseton. Sunday afternoon.
Walter Piariielt of Minneapolis,
was an arrival, Monday evening,
for a visit wit li 'his uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Harnett, and
X'ernon -lohnson. Duentin bon
der and (Jladys olinson took" in
I he dance in l'eever. Sauterday
oviiing The music was furnished
by Stewart's orchestra.
The following people were call
injr on Mrs. Tony Xijrtr Salurday
Jastf: b'etrina Xiu'e-. Alvin h'oii
der. .Mae Mill. (Jladys •lohnson.
Mable Thompson, and also Mrs.
•Malm, .Mrs. Xirt' and .Mrs. S
it 11 I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank liliodes
w'ho have been ilji in this vicini
WHO ARE AL-
A N A
O I S
JOSEPH MARWICK, President.
HENRY HELVIG, Cashier
.Mae Hill and Louis Xi.
it Parnett who lias been
at the Sieve .Barn.ott
for some time departed
bank, where In.
Monday for .Mi
expects to visit
.Michael 1 larre
11 and .Miss Irene
Kimball were pleasantly enter
tained at I lie home of Mr. and
.Mrs. Kdward K'olstad. last SaCur
A. K. INGERSOLL, Vice President.
Leo J. LUKANITSCH, Ass't Cashier.
VVVV'X"X*V V'!' 'I* 'X* *i" V'
ty visiting' the Fonder I'ainiSy for
some time, left Tuesday for Cana
da in prospect of taking' land.
Mary Harretl anil brother wen
shopping in Sisseton Saturday.
'iTilley faile.c lo reach home the
same evening and were enter
.tailled at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ilanry .Mushier until the fol
Mary Harrett and uncle, IVier
jJ.Jarretl, attended the Stewari-
Stapleti.n wediding- dance at I'M
ward Stajileton s. Tuesday -ve
Independent Candidate for States
Many of t.lie leading republi
cans, independent of factional
dil fercnces, and democrats of
proiniti 'lice as well, have asked un
to become a candidate for tli.e of
L'iee of the Slates Altorney. Tim
reason they give is that the only
candidate nominated is in many
ways unsat i.sl'actory to a large
number of voters, mud, without an
independent candidate the voters
.would have no choice and
single vote WISH lid. lie sufficient
too elect the only llolllill.ee. The
priniery law provides that: a can*
didate may run independent and
have his name placed upon lhe
have complied with
that law and I ask for
port at the election.
E O A I
C. E. McGowan Lumber Co.
We are here to sell lumber and coal.
While doing so we realize that a satis
tied 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.
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
C. E. McGowan Lumber Co.
J. W. Barringt ri.
value for the
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