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WSECT TREE KILLERS.
mk llevege» Stopped by a War
tipen'Berk Beetlee.
ptoippt campaign againet a
edlony of bark beetles on
..... najtional forest, In central
Ore*on, the government le «Umtn«.in'B
a dancer which threatened to destroy
atfntioM of feet of timber.
Sm?» •ntborlties claw» that the
MnodBt of timber killed each year by
laa*ct» la etinMlled' only by the annnal
.lap fraai fbreat Urea. Among the moat
laatiw »va of ttieee lneect enemiee are
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tiifc beetJaa, one of which, the
pipe beetle, la responsible
of the damage on the Ochoco
Ttflt,dea01r Uttip beetle la lees
ttee A.aäer 9f *n Inch In length, but
Ij^ars tile fwmta'prrofi FCntiflc name of
rniw-• lÄoifMM»IA«* hopk. which
bytug lntw|»rcted.hblpiia«a« tiller of the
Sisseton High School
Season of 1913 1-4
Six Splendid Numbers
Til ROU N 1 )S A 1) KS'.t )1U"
11 KS I'll A. Kight talenti-d musicians.
11 A R( LI) Ux'H N KRAMKR. nnmis mwlisr lvrtun-i'.
l'EKRY CARTKR. Noted cartoonist ami illustrator for the Minneapolis
Tribune,
T11 E TOTTF.N (.'i)MI'AN\, Mayie. illusi-nis. impersonations.
1H )VT( .1 OH N H. A V. Brilliant orator and lecturer.
YEOLDE IX) W N QEARTET. Four male singers and lecturers.
Tliis is the strongest lyceum course ever offered to tlie good people
of Sisseton and vicinity. No pains have been spared to make it the most
successful lecture season ever held in Sisseton. Nobody can afford to miss
any of these numbers.
First Number
ROUNDS LADIES' ORCHESTRA
Wednesday, Oct. 22
SisseLon Opera House
Single admission for this number 75c
Season ticket for entire course:
Adults $2.00
.5 School children 1.25
•», Season tickets on sale at the Red Cross and Rexall drug stores and
at the banks, also in the hands of student salesmen.
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^jpHIS is the time of year to select a few
extra pieces of furniture for your home.
Come in and see my Hoosier Kitchen
Cabinets at only $25.00, they are fine.
You may need a book case- There is
nothing much nicer than the Globe-Wer
necke. In leather couches, rockers, etc.
I have something very fine to show you.
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mountain pine tree, discovered by Hop
klns.
Ita methods of operation are Interest
ing. The mature beetle bores through
the bark of the tree and excavates a
gallery In the Inner living bark and in
ttte outer surface of the'wood. In which
It laya its eggs. When hatched each
young larva, or beetle grub, channels
into this growing portion of the trunk,
feeding upon the Inner bark. When
tall grown the larva, after paaalng
through a dormant or pupal atage, be
comes a beetle. This beetle then drills
wt through the bark In July and.
•merging into the world, seeks a fresh
tMe and starts a new generation.
WUh this "chain letter" method It soon
W"t* a large area. The galleries or
channels of the larvae girdle the tree
and kill it. a nd the beetle's presence Is
ÖMlilü I11*--:.«-! jis Ill th«»
0.! !'s !,5 pa!' Ii of red li'ow»
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dead pine trees In the midst of a moun
tainside of green.
In fighting this forest scourge the
method recommended by the bureau
of entomology Is followed. The simple
removal of the bark of Infested trees
between Otober and July, while the
larvae are still In the tree, is sufficient
to kill them. The lumber may then be
sold while it Is yet sound. On the
Ochoco forest, however, there was ro
market, and the forest officers found
that the cheaper and more effective
method of control waa to cut the trees
end burn them before the new broods
of beetles r-ould emerge. In 1012 tho
Infestation was given a decided check
by the cutting of 8,600 trees. This
summer forty-two laborers in charge
of a forest officer cut more than 40.000
trees. As a result of these vigorous
measures tlie government apparently
has thj- I »ft I es under control.
PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT.
An Oily Skin.
An oily skin in
vans that the
diet is not wlmt it should be.
Avoid all fatty foods, strong
coffee and rii viands. Eat fruit
oarlv in I tie i:i"i i:ing and drink
|i mineral waters (ireen salads
j" are good. Sliiniilaling mid as
I tringent washes are needed to
restore tone and vitaIi to the
relaxed glai.ils. The use of hay
nun. ali-oho!. ranii'ho!- and am
$ MKiiii.'i is to he dt'l'loi' i. as the.sv
are all too liryin^. 'Die astrin
gent wash will lie fiiiiml ost ex
i-i'llent not "lily as a means of .j,
removing.oii from the skin, but
for whitening the surface ami
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LONG DISTANCE WIRELESS.
The Big Problem of Putting a Girdle
Around the Earth.
The German colonial office Immedi
ately took possession of the ground
upon which the crystal was found,
and a great number of the crystals
are now making their appearance upon
the German market. Experts agree
that the new gem is entitled to rank
with the ruby or emerald.—Popular
Mechanic Magazine.
Chicago's Funeral. Motorbuses.
The high cost of dying is to be low
ered In Chicago with the advent of
motorbuses, epch large enough to
contain the coffin and a funeral party
of ordinary size. The funeral bus
will have a compartment to the right
of the chauffeur's seat for the coffin
and above It a place for flowers. Near
the driver will sit the minister and
the undertaker, and there will be ac
commodations for twenty-seven mourn
ers. One of the principal items In the
cost of funerals is transportation. The
funeral bus, it is said, will reduce the
cost by $30 Ten of the buses are to
be in operation soon.
Dublin Ahead of the Times.
They are a little ahead of the times
in Dublin. You may buy there colored
postcards beaHng pictures of Kipg
George and Queen Mary opening the
new Irish parliament One card shows
them driving up in a carriage with
postilions to the steps of the parlia
ment building, at the entrance to
which flies a flag bearing the words.
"Welcome to Hrin!" The interior view
represents the king and queen on the
dais,- with most of the members of the
house looking In the other direction,
while the gallery is packed with wo
men.—New York Sun.
Drydock a Dutch Invention.
A correspondent in Holland draws
vur attention to the fact that the con
struction in that country of a floating
dock of 14.000 tons, for Soerabaya har
bor. In the Dutch Indies, should re
mind us that the floating drydock Is a
Dutch invention, and. that many float
ing docks of tills type are built on
Dutch ways and towed to their des
tination Drydock towing is a spe
cialty and many foreign built boats
are towed to their destination by
Dutch tugs.—Scientific American.
Grandma.
Grandma used to be an old lady wbb
would throw a shawl over her ahouId
era and sit In a rocker and knit stock
ings all day. But nowadaya she puts
on a nickel's worth of prepared chalk,
a straight front and a tight hobble and
follows the crowd.-Cincinnati En
quirer
F. J. SCHEFFLER
Physician and Surgeon
Calls Answered Day or Night
Phone No. 137, Res. 118
Office Over Swanberg Shoe Store
Sisseton, S- D.
Fine list of first-cl*.ie impr
ed farms for s&ie U. E
I Sisseton, S. D. (6tf)
SHIP YOV
GRAIN to the
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According to Professor .1. A. Fleming,
several of tlie most powerful wireless
stations are now generating ether
waves, having a length from crest to
crest of about four miles, ami these
disturbances can he "detected" at
distances up to 1,000 miles from
their source. That is. four such sta
tions would sullii-e to girdle the
earth Obviously, however, the ability
to "detect" the signals over this vast
distance, presumably under favorable
weather conditions. Is very different
thing from the power to maintain com
mercial communication along the route.
As yet the wireless service available
to the public covers but a third or at
most half this distance
There is as yet no means of deter
mining the practical limit of wireless
communication. Improvements In ap
paratus, perhaps even some new dis
covery as to methods of stirring up the
ether, may revolutionize the art and
upset all present standards. But at
present even the most successful sys
tems get into serious difficulties when
called upon to maintain constant com
munication over a line about 2.000
miles in length. A recent British wire
less commission was able to secure
but one demonstration on a line a
thousand miles long, although several
companies declared their ability much
to exceed this distance In a commercial
installation.—New York Post.
HELIODOR, THE NEW GEM.
Experts Say It Ranks With the Ruby
•nd the Emerald.
A hew gem. given the name of "beli
odor," and found in German South
Africa, has taken Its place among the
jewels. The German kaiser recently
gave one of the stones to the kaiserin.
The discovery of the new stone was
made by ^he governor and director of
the German colonial society while he
was traveling in German South Africa.
In the sand near the railway between
Swakopmund and Windhuk he found
a large crystal, rough and unpromising
In appearance. He carried it with
him to Germany and had it cut and
polished in rf diamond cutting factory.
The result was a surprising clear, pale
aquamarine of great brilliance.
GEO. S. LOFTCS.
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GENUINE
VMtöME
Th Minneapolis Dollar-Hot«
Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel
200 MODERN ROOMS
Located in Heart off Buiinen District
$1,££ SINGLE RATE $1.23
EUROPLAN RATE FOB TWO PERSONS $1.60
PRIVATE BATH AND TOILET EXTRA
COMPLETE SAFETY
AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS
AND FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION
(INSURANCE RECORDS SHOW NO LIVES
WATER,
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Sales Manager
I LARGE INDUCEMENTS
FOR
50 Pounds of Lard in Pails $5.00
1.20
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MILLER & JENSEN
GRANGER'S ABERDEEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
ABERDEEN, SOUTH DAKOTA
Write for Catalog—It's Free—A Post Card Will Do
Sullivan Lumber Co. I
DEALER. IN
BUILDING.)
EVER LOST IN A SPRINKLED
EVEHY ROOM HAS HOT AND COLD RUNN.NG
STEAM HEAT,
CAS
LIGHTS,
Equity Co-Qperative Exchange
It is the farmers* company operating independently of the combine. Net pro
ceeds are distributed among shippers in proportion to the numhrr of bushel handled.
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Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Sash, Doors,
Blinds, creens, Building Paper, Fence Posts
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Lime, Cement, and Hard Wall Plaster
Sisseton, South Dakota
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use lor over 30 years, has borne the signature, of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
AND ELECTRIC
AND TELEPHONE SERVICE.
SC'EN STORY ANNEX IN CONNECTION.
MINNEAPOLIS
E S E S
Best of Meat at
Reasonable Prices
.60
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Allow no one. to deceive yon in tliis*
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tlie l?«alth of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTQRIA
Castor!» is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare-
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty veara it
has been in constant use for the relief of ConstinnMn«
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething TroSe^nd
Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and BtoJrt.
af^milates the Food, giving healthy and naturalisier«!
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend
CASTORIA
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The Kind You Have Always Bought
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