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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, September 05, 1913, Image 6

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No Argument.
The extremely well dressed young
»ata, with but few claims to financial
•access, was putting forth his best ef
forts to capture the girl of his choice.
"You say yourself, Marlon," .JP plead
ed, "that your father is anxious to get
you off his bands."
"That's just lt. Claude," nli replied
tremulously. "That's why I'm afraid
he won't listen to you "—Llpplncott's.
"How splendid It -was of Mrs. Wll
leughby to leave $50,000,000 to the old
ladies' home! 1 never supposed she
Would do it."
"It was nice of her, wasn't It? But
•hö left me something better than
tbart"
"Oh, did she? I hadn't heard about
that What did she leave you?"
"I Inherited her cook."—Chicago R«c
•vd-Herald.
RUTH N HAY
Chiropractor
]r you haue tr'eti everything und
to And health, try Chiropractor »pi«»l)
hdloatmeDle, auU f:f well. Ofitc i' t«i 8wed
lund'* bnllIHiR. Hour», to tii a. in. end
7 to 9 p. in.
ECK'S
DRAY TRANSFER LINE
DO EH A
General Dray and "hansfet
Business.
KuriiUuro and Piano Moving Kpoclnllv
Unrdonu Plowed and Harrowed.
BEN ECK, Prop.
WE PLEASE YOUR FRIENDS
Let Us Please Yon
Our Portraits combine
the most pleasing charac
teristics of quality and
good workmanship.
Make an appointment to­
day at
THE BOWE STUDIO
1895
Pioneer Livery
1913
W. D. WILSON, Prop.
Horses Bought and Sold
Prompt Service. Bates
Reasonable. Phone 58
S E E
Physician and Burgeon
Calls Answered Day or Wight
Phone No. 137, Res. 118
Office Over Swanberg's Shoe Store
Sisaeton, S- D.
Guard Your Children
Against Bowel Trouble
Many children at an early age
fcecomc constipated, and frequently
Serious consequences result. Not
being able to realize his own con
dition, a child's bowels should be
constantly watched, and a gentle
-laxative given when necessary.
Dr. Miles Laxative Tablets are
.especially well adapted to women
sod children. The Sisters of
Christian Charity, 531 Charles St.,
Luzerne, Pa., who attend many
uses of sickness say of them:
"Borne time ago we began using Dr.
Ullas' Laxative Tablets and find that
We like them very much.
is excellent
Their action
and we are grateful for
having been made acquainted with
them. We have had good resulta in
every ca.se und the Sisters are very
much pleased."
The form and flavor of any medi
cine is very important, no matter
who is to take it. The taste and
appearancc are especially important
when children are concerned. All
parents know how hard it is to give
the average child "medicine," even
though the taste is partially dis
I guised. In using Dr. Miles' Lax
rffivi!.!?stive Tablets, however, this diffi
culty is overcome. The shape of
the tablets, their appearance and
,1., candy-like taste at once appeal to
"-any child, with the result that they
are taken without objection.
,7* The rich chocolate flavor and
/^absence of other taste, make Dr.
sMiles' Laxative Tablets the ideal
remedy for children.
S'f If the first box fails to benefit,
r-thf price is returned. Ask your
druggist. A box of 25 doses costs
Only 25 cents. Never sold in bulk.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. IM.
Th Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel
260 MODERN ROOMS
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§1.52 SINGLE RATE $f.2i
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COMPLETE SAFETY
W AUTOMATIC SmlNKLERS
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UMIRTW, AMD Tcuntone emvict.
eeww «Tony ANMK IN CONNtc'rtOM. ..:
ROUND THE WORLD
Australia tias
)2:i.4.rit)
occupied dwell­
ing tlOUHCK.
Tlte birth rate in Italy is 31.02 pur
1,000 iuliabitiinlK.
Italy ruisex nuv-yixtli of the entire
European corn crop.
More than MfUKK) pupils in the rural
schools of Missouri are studying agri
culture.
St. Louis has nineteen citizvnfc whose
properties are assessed at more than
$500,000 each.
•Formosa lias thirty-two modern sug
ar factories. One of the companies
tons a capital of $12.000.000.
A suffrage poll of 2,000 women In
New York showed 571 In favor, 651
•against and 778 Indifferent
Prance's Importations of woods from
bier African equatorial possessions In
clude 7,500 tone of mahogany annually
Pittsburgh. has pending building proj
ects calling for'expenditures aggregat
ing $23.350.500—mostly new skyscrap
ers
Paper. fro,m which gas mantles can
t* miiile. Instead of using the more ex
pensive fabrics, has twen Invented by
an Italian scientist.
Melborn .Hosp of Kansas City. Kan.,
three years old. plnys the piano by
ear. rendering difficult pieces quite ac
curately after once hearing them.
A new Lie station just erected at
Pretoria at a cost of $120.000 is one of
the most completely equipped build
ings 'of its kind in South Africa.
The Chinese government has en
gaged a French exjiert to establish a
military aviation school, with twelve
aeroplanes of three different types.
The German government has ordered
the construction of a plant which will
use government coal and be capable of
producing 1,0(10.000 gallons of benzol,
the new fuel, annually.
A new English life buoy carries two
incandescent lamps on each side, sup
plied with current by a storage bat
tery which is switched on automatical
ly as the buoy is lifted from a rack.
Parents who keep their children at
home to help in the housework and
with the family washing have been
warned by the Milwaukee authorities
that these will not be considered valid
excuses for keeping children out of
school
While sponge fishing in the Ameri
cas is rather a modern industry, it
produces more than two-thirds of the
world's supply In weight. The fish
eries of the Mediterranean now pro
duce about one-half of the world's sup
ply in value
Gas rates have been reduced by the
English town of Workington (popula
tion. 30.0001 from 53 cents to 48 cents
per thousand cubic meters and for gas
engines from 45 to 42% cents From
profits .$8.000 has been transferred for
relief of taxes
Port Arthur, at the head of Lake
Superior. Is about to build the greatest
freight carrier 011 the great lakes, with
a grain capacity of 450,000 bushels.
The boat will be G25 feet long, and she
will operate between Port Arthur and
Collingwood. Ont.
The pearl fisheries of Ceylon are lo
cated in the gulf of Mannar, near the
extreme northwest corner of the is
land. and the banks most famous in
times past lie close to the shore near
a place called Marichchukkaddi. Since
1907 the banks have not been produc
tive.
The Germans have no use for stale
or frozen fishes. They secure their fish
fresh daily, not only from ocean and
rivers, but from many thousands of
artificial fish ponds. Of these ponds
247 new ones were constructed last
year by the Bavarian Society of Fish
eries.
A plan to protect a country against
hostile airships is given by the London
Illustrated News. Aerial mine bal
loons are held captive by cables high
In ttfce air, ready to be exploded by
men in charge of their carriages when
ever an enemy's dirigible comes near
them.
The new French law making the
soldier's service three Instead of two
years Is expected to become effective
Oct 1 next, and it will Increase the
French army by 196,000 on a peace
footing. It will necessitate the equip
ment of many more men and will rei
quire the construction of new bar
racks.
Of the 30.000 children in the Hawai
ian schools 81 per cent are said to be
Japanese, and they are increasing at a
more rapid rate than any other race.
The Portuguese have a little less than
17 per cent and the Hawaiians 14
The territory last year spent $828,436
for education and the counties them
selves $47.799 additional.
When active sanitation work was
commenced in Jerusalem last year it
was found that every fifth person In
the city had malarial germs in hie sys
tem. The chief causes of the malaria
were found to lie the open cisterns and
the pools that abounded in the city
tihd round about.
For the first time
In r«mtnrw-s there Is renl checkln» of
NOTABLES IN
THE LIMELIGHT
William E. Gonzales, the New
Minister to Cuba.
Owing to abnormal conditions pre- view, but this has not prevented him
vailing in the rice market In Japan. from taking a deep interest in the de
the poorer people are looking to other velopment of Cuba.
foodstuffs for their main diet. Man- His name is a link between the two
churian millet is rapidly growing in entries.
Nearly $!).OOn.n00 Is invested In Nor- .. ,,
.. ... tiinzas. Cuba, married into the old E
way in the whaling industry. During 1
the past few years whaling companies
have paid huge dividends. In some
cases 100. 150 and even 200 per cent
per annum.
It Is said that the English papers
have published schedules which show
that, while foodstuffs have risen from
20 to 30 per cent in fifteen years, lux
uries of the common sort have decreas
ed in price.
Our new minister to Cuba. William
Elliott Gonzales, is not a stranger tu
that country, and when he assumes
the position to which he has been ap
pointed by President Wilson he will
be returning to the land of his ances
tors. Born in the United States, he is
intensely American in his point of
His
father. General Am-
I brosio .lose Gonzales, a native of Ma-
10®*
family of South Carolina, and the
new
^duister to Cuba was named for
his uncle. William Elliott a one time
representative in congress.
After the death of his brother. Noris
co, Mr. Gonzales became editor of the
Columbia State. Like his brother, he
had been a soldier in the war with
Spain, having served as captain in the
Second South Carolina regiment and
having gone to Cuba with the army of
pacification.
1
I He Climbed Mount McKinley.
I The Rev. Dr. Hudson Stuck, the
Episcopal archdeacon who successfully
led an expedition to the top of Mount
McKinley, graduated from King's col
lege, London, in 1883. Ten years lat
er. having come to America, he made
his mark in scholarship at the Univer
sity of the South and went at once to
the extreme ends of Texas, then a
missionary field. After two years
REV. DR. HUDSON STOCK.
there under Bishop Johnston in 1894
he became dean of St Matthew's ca
thedral, Dallas, where he served ten
years more. In 1904 he surprised ev
erybody by giving up fine prospects
and going to Alaska, where he has
been ever since.
Rev. Dr. Stuck is a tireless, vigor
ous and ambitious worker in any field
he enters, and nobody who knows him
wonders he got to the top of Mount
McKinley. As archdeacon of Alaska
It has been his work to travel thou
sands of miles by dogs and on foot
and he has helped Bishop Rowe to
build up a missionary work in Alaska
that is famous in all missionary an
nals.
Champion Officeholder.
Judge E. K. Long, "the champion
officeholder of the world." has just re
signed his one hundred and seventy
ninth office, at the age of eighty-seven
years. For the last twenty years he
has been a justice in Omaha and in
that time has tried more than 10,000
cases. He began his officeholdlng in
Newbury port Mass.. In 1840. and dur
ing his long career has been defeated
but once. "I wouldn't quit now," he
Btofea
th- miixipiit" p.r.giM* .INS 'iold to hear wltue^e«. a* oiild
V.
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"only I'm getting a little too
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HELPFUL HINTS
FOR HOUSEWIVES
Swinging Bed For Open Air
Use on Hot Nights.
The beet way to avoid the discom
fort of a stuffy bedroom on a hot night
ia to prepare an outside swinging bed
in the manner shown in the Illustra
tion. Procure an old bed spring and
suspend It with four chains banging
from eyebolts fastened in crosspleces
on four posts. With an old carpet and
a couple of blankets this makes a com
fortable place to sleep. A canvas can
be thrown over the top to protect it
from the sun's rays if the occupant de
sires to use It for an afternoon's nap.
Kitchenettes.
To remove paint from window glass
rub it well with hot vinegar.
Alcohol cleans piano keys, and kero
sene cleans oilcloth.
To clean a polished table that has
been marred with a hot dish rub with
camphorated oil.
A little vinegar put into water in
which eggs are poached will keep
them white and prevent, them from
spreading.
Dingy towels may frequently be re
stored to normal whiteness by putting
in a kettle of cold water, adding white
soap shavings and lemon juice and let
ting come slowly to a boil, llinse in
tepid water, then blue water, and bang
in the sun.
Raspberry and Currant Jam.
In England currants are always add
ed to the raspberry jam. and the re
sult is far more delicious than when
the raspberries alone are used. To one
quart of raspberries use one pint of
currants. Wash the currants and cook
them in a very little water until quite
soft, press them through the jelly bag
and return the juice to the fire. Add
the raspberries and cook for a few mo
ments, mashing them well. Then add
the sugar, using two pounds for the
quantity of fruit given, and cook until
thick.
Cleaning Laces.
Cleaning in gasoline is perhaps more
satisfactory than washing in water for
most laces. A good way to clean
jabots, collars and cuffs and other arti
cles made of lace is to put them in a
glass jar, cover them with gasoline
and let them stand overnight in the
morning shake out the lace and clean
any spots with fresh gasoline. Shake
It until it is dry or else pin It out on
an ironing board or pillow. The gaso
line can be saved and used again.
Laundry Hints.
When ironing handkerchiefs begin in
the middle. When the edges are iron
ed first the middle of the handkerchief
is apt to swell up like a balloon, mak
ing it difficult to iron the whole prop
erly.
To dampen fine clothes to iron wring
a coarse towel out of warm water,
wrap articles to he ironed in this, let
lie overnight and tliev are ready to
iron. Thev will all be damp alike no
wet spots and dry ones.
Sweet Pickled Pineapple.
Pare and slice a ripe pineapple and
cut into quarters. Make a sirup of
two cupful? of granulated sugar, two
cupfuls of vinegar, a very few cloves
and a little stock cinnamon and orange
peel. Pour over the pineapple, allow
it to stand overnight and in the morn
ing strain offthe sirup and boil again.
Pour over fruit and repeat this process
for three mornings. Then seal in glass
jars.
Bleach ng Handkerchiefs.
Handkerchiefs and white clothes that
have become yellow may be whitened
in the following simple manner: After
they have been washed In the usual
way lay them to soak overnight in
clear water into which cream of tartar
has been put. A teaspoonful to a
quart of water is the right proportion.
When ironed they will be as white as
snow.
Care of Brooms.
Brooms should be washed frequently
—whenever they are soiled or full of
dust—in hot soapsuds untu .they are
clean and then rinsed in clear hot wa
ter. They should then be dried thor
oughly—in the sunshine if possible—be
fore they are used again. Washing
helps to lengthen the life of both
brooms and brushes.
Graham Gem«.
Cream together two tablespoonfule
of sugar and one tablespoonful of lard.
Add a pinch of salt, one beaten egg
Beat up light. Add two cupfuls of
thick sour milk, beat well add one cup
ful of white flour sifted with graham
flour to make a stiff batter. Bake In
hot gem pans.
A Fragrant Deodorizer.
Coffee beans if thrown on hot coals
will serve as a deodoriser. Put the
coals on a fire shovel and sprinkle the
coffee over them. Then carry this
through the room, allowing the fames
to fill the air. The smell of burning
coffve Is VI!'\ |ilv:is: nt.
..^. i-*i 5-i.«\.p.. j~...a8S...«M
FOR SALE.
1913 model, motor cycles and
motor boats at bargain prices,
all makes, brand new machines,
on easy payment plan. Get our
proposition before buying or you
will regret it, also bargains in
used motor cycles. Write us to
day. Enclose stamp for reply.
Address Lock Box 11, Trenton,
Mich. (4-14
Patronize the Standard job 'de
department. Particular printing
for particular people is our spec
tell the Standard about it.
Ray has the best plumber in
the city. Try him and be con
vinced. (52tf)
Formerly the Winona Seminary
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YEAR BEGINS FIRST WEDNESDAY IN SEPTEMBER
College confer? degrees of A., B. S., Litt.
Mus..B.
Saint Clare Seminary Classical School
and College Preparatory. Secretarial
Saint Aftnes Grammar School —For
1 ittle girls.
Conservatory of Saint Cecilia Piano,
Violin, Voice, Organ, Harp. Harmony,
Composition, Normal Music.
DEALER IN
LUMBER
Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Sash, Doors,
Blinds, creens, Building Paper, Fence Posts
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT/
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Lime, V-eraem, and Hard Wall Plaster
Sisseton, South Dakota
AVcgelable PrcparationforAs
similatin§ itieFootfandRegula
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How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dol
lars Reward for any case of Ca
tarrh tihat cannot b* cured by
Hall's Catarrh Oure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
We, the undersigned, have
known F. J. Cheney for tjhe last
fifteen years, and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
the blood and mucous surfaces of
Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh dure is taken
internally, acting directly upon th
the system. Testimonials sent
free. Price 75 eente per bottle.
Bold by all druggist*.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
constipation.
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moderate prices students from thirteen
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preparing to teach.
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Milwaukee, St. Paul, St. Louis.
Only earnest, capablc students who have
a purpose in study are solicited.
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