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Chas. Williams, I). V.S. Herman Gross, ö. V. M. «•, & Phon« No. 27 Calls Answered Day or Night MURRAY BROS. DRAY I TEAM py.: COMPLETE SAFETY AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS AND FIREPROOF LIGHTS. AND Saturday Bargains 20 dozen ladies' handkerchiefs, regular 5c grades. Saturday bargain, 4 tor only 6 BMW Rea4y tx Hang Like ävöve cut per pair -a Drs. Williams & Gross 98c WORK Phone- NO. 91. SI6SCTON S D. Th Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel 200 MODERN ROOMS Located In Heart of Busines» District $1.22 SINGLE RATE $1.22 CUROPLAN RATCron TWO PCMSONS $1.50 PRIVATC BATH AND TOILET EXTRA CONSTRUCTION (MEUNANQC RECORDS SHOW NO EVER LOST I« A uvcy GPmitKLEO HUtlOI.NCi.) EVTLIR ROOM HAS HOT AflO WATER, STEAM COLO RUNN.NQ HEAT, GAS AHO ELECTRIC TE4.EPHONG SERVICE. 8C*'Efl STORV ANNEX IN CONNECTION. READ TECHNICAL WORLD MAGAZINE •Wore Feseleatie* Thaa netto«." A popeler monthly, wpfeeelilllwtriitail. tolline In simple u&UtoröffMC ot tbo diwoTutliw tf eolentleta, the sohlevoideiits of mvontors, tbo teste ot Sselneere eeeloiwi^ssdtbu opening ot every new Beldhpt mswcw11— 'IT' Tied toreoe c^eeelewflght tocoiu^a^ sn*.itobtiu myrl ÄRHow lateral lu4hH0 aUrioa out be. Got CMmm M. U.S.*. Om nonrtimd». IBy. pec cor». lirmllBJIperyMi. jA,VEa «S YEARS' CXPCRIENCC PATENTS IÜDK' IMAIWV ...Unions COPVRIORTS Ae. inteuUvii le prohNblyriiftleuiAhle. Commnnl«* ig Petent«. do. reoelve 10c Lace Curtains at 19c per pair 39c 49c 79c Children's Summer Dresses at# 25c, 39c, 50c, 98c to $4.48 Ladies' Fine Dresses at $2.48, 2.96,3.95 to 25.00 98c to $6.95 Bids for Road Work Bids will be received by Town Board of Lawrence township up to 2 o'clock p. m., Saturday, May 2, 1914, to furnish the power and help required to operate one Russell Elevating Grader in said township 200 miles, more or less, under the direction of the Town Board- Grader to be run at full capacity and at a speed not to exceed two miles per hour, ditch es to be made continuous with no unplowed land between fur rows. Information may be had from the undersigned or at the First State Bank, Peever, So. Dak., where bids may also be left. Work to be finished by July 15, 1914. The board re serves the right to accept or re ject'any or all bids. J. V. Sykora, Chairman, R. F. D. 3, Browns Valley, Minn. Bids for Road Work Bids will be received by the Town Board of Lawrence Town« ship up to 2 o'clock p. m., Satur day, May 2, 1914, for moving 1000 to 2000 yards of dirt on roads in said township under the direction of the Town Board. Dirt to be taken in the hill and moved to a lower place in the road. The contractor will be furnished with two large, four horse Fresno Buck Scrapers. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Information may be had from the undersigned or at The First State Bank, Peever,, So. Dak. Work to be finished by July 15, 1914. J. V. Sykora, Chairman, F. D. 3, Browns Valley, Minn. (41-43) William Glasier, M. v. Physician and Surgeon OFFICE OYER REXALL DRUG STORE Office No. '146 Phorie: Calls Residence No. 205 Answered Night or Day. All (Mart at MLSM 7^ Across the ire tilled Hudson Miss Maud Allison rowed a rowhuat from Alpine. X. .1.. to Yonkers. X. Y„ where her fiance. Allien U. Reiclienlmck, was waiting to take her to the city hall for tile wcihlmg ceremony. LIKE GABRIEL'S PITIFUL SEARCH FOR EVANGELINE. Missionary Finds Wife After Three Year Hunt In Wilds of China. After wandering for three years through the wildest parts of central China in search of his wife and child. Dr. George Ilaiklen. a missionary from Ireland, tells the story of his adven tures. The wife and baby were found in Hongkong. In his hunt he covered 10,000 miles, traversed Hunan province to the bor der of Tibet, was pelted with clods by 2,000 semibarbarous Chinese at Kuei yangchow and had many thrilling es capes from death. The Haddens were stationed at the mission of Y'ungchowfu, where Dr. Hadden was a missionary for seven years. They were separated in March, 1910, by the Shangsha riots on the Yang river, a tributary to the Yangtze river. Mrs. Hadden was carried to Hanghow, where her child was born on St. Patrick's day. Dr. Hadden was carried up the river, losing knowledge of his wife's whereabouts. He wrote many letters, none of which brought him news of his wife, and, having no other method of travel, he walked from place to place through the jtreat interior of the country. 65V? 'M# Lace Curtains an Annual April Sale The time has come to give earnest thoughts to the dressing of the home for spring and sum mer, and we now direct attention to the most complete and most modern priced collection of window lace curtains and draperies we have ever carried. News Films of the Passing Show Joseph Miller of ISruvktou, Mass.. paid as ecu is for Uli ml and lame horse »ml wagon and fouml a half dol lar in the wanun. Yellow WIKS will match the yellow of the "vulvs for women" dresses woru at a woman suffragette fete in New York, March ITi. 2V». 27 and 2.S Hymnii Schuster, a Denver tailor, prayed fur a ho.v. while Iiis wife pray ed for a furl. She is now the mother of triplets— two hoys and a girl. Surgeons in St. Mary's hospital, Ja maica. N. \.. removed a hairpin from the stomach liaymond Smith, aged fourteen. The hoy had swallowed the hairpin week before. Matting Rugs a See .Our, Big Line of House Dresses at 79c, 98c, $1.25 and up to $1.95 'M Ma': XV 27x54 matting rugs at When milking his way across the plowed fields of Kueiyangchow (he half civilized natives regarded hirn as a devil in flesh and blood and followed him 2,000 strong, lie felt to run would be to invite destruction, so he walked calmly before the excited horde, but he admitted lie walked "rather fast" After three years of travel lie finally got back to his old station in Yung chowfn and there learned that his wife was in Hongkong, where he join ed her. and for the first time saw his boy, who had been named Patrick by Mrs. Haildeu because lie was bora March 17. They went to Canton and are now going to their home in Ire land on leave ef absence. FOR WHAT IS SCHOOL USED? Federal Bureau to Study the Social Center Movement. The federal bureau of education is undertaking, with the aid of the Rus sell Sage foundation, a most, extensive investigation into the wider use of schools, especially the social center idea as it lias been developed in Kan sas City. Commissioner Claxton, head of the bureau, has sent out more than 1,:J00 letters to school superintendents in towns or cities of more than 4,000 pop ulation asking for a complete record of all after school uses for the build ings during the months of February. March and April. These blanks when filled out will be returned to the bu reau of education for use in compiling the most complete report yet made on the subject of the use of school build ings. The department of education Is a strong advocate of the use of the schools as social centers and for public meetings and lectures. It hopes by gathering the different plans followed throughout the nation In making the school buildings more useful each city can get new ideas from the reports that will be issued. The Extinct Tasmaniens. Tasmania's pretty girls of Euro pean lineage have never been tempted to follow the fashion of the 'native Tasmanian women, who had all their hair removed with a flint and went bald. The last pure blooded Tasmanian woman died in 187G, aged seventy-six the last man in 18(19, aged thirty-four. A traveler says that the native had two line points, eyes and teeth. The eyes were prominent and often of great beauty and brilliancy, and a dentist of wide experience knew of no teeth equal to the Tasinanian's for strength, size and enamel. But the nose was bridgeless, the chin "ran off," and the upper jaw pro truded. i-L ,vv 9x12 tapestry rugs at 9x12 Krüssel rugs at 9x12 axminster rugs at Irind Saturday Bargains 100 yards of corset coyer embroidery. Values at 39 and 25c Special per yard only S 25c 6x9 matting QC rugs only .xu Ladies' Coats and Suits Nowhere will you find such values in suits and coats as at the Golden Rule in all the new shades at $9.95,1250, 13.50 to 32.50 J0UPBOARD USES FOR ORANGE PEEL. is said by some that orange strengthens the digestive or gans and invigorates the nerves, that it is fragrant and, it' properly served, delicious. It is not only useful as a preserve, but the sirup van be used to flavor cakes, pies and sauces. It makes a good drink in ice water and is often used by druggists to conceal the disagreeable taste of some medi cine. A Delectable Confection. Candied Orange Peel.—Strip the or anges of peel and soak the skin in salt and water (a tablespoonful of salt to a quart of water), leaving them in over night. Then parboil in water, chang ing this several times, until tender. Weigh the fruit. Add one pound of sugar and one cupful of water to each pound of fruit. Cover and boil for an hour, remove the lid and let the sirup boil away. When nearly dry roll in granulated sugar. Orange Butter.—Cook together iu a double boiler one-fourth pound of but ter, one cupful of sugar, the grated rind and the juice of three oranges and two whole eggs or four yolks. Strain and use when cold between layer cakes, or with the addition of chopped raisins, currants, citron and candied peel as a filling for pastry. Nice For Breakfast. Orange Delight.—Slice very thin, rind and all, two large seedless oranges and one large lemon. Pour over them sev eral tumblers of water and let stand twenty-four hours. Thea boil one hour. After boiling add four pounds of gran ulated sugar and let stand another twenty-four hours. Thee boil one hour and twenty-five minutes. Pour in glasses and cover with oiled paper. This will keep years. It is a delicious confection on hot muffins for break fast. Burnt Orange Flavoring.—Grate the rind of the oranges, avoiding the white skin add two tablespoonfuls of granu lated sugar and cook carefully in a lit tle saucepan, stirring to avoid burning, until they form a rich reddish brown mixture. Then stir in two or three tablespoonfuls of boiling water. When the caramel is dissolved mix with it enough sifted powdered sugar to make a firm icing, or use it in flavoring can dles. ^~WKoü „fc** JsS rf1'/ r'-4 1.:! Tne worst rning atiout ncnes is nieir scarcity. Be sure of yourself, but never be sure of a woman. 1 19c E $7.48 IO-jO 18.93 1895 1918 Pioneer Livery W. v. WILSON, Prop. Horses Bought and Sold Prompt Service. Bates Reasonable. Phone 58 WE PLEASE YOUR FRIENDS Let Us Please too Our Portraits combine the most pleasing charac teristics of quality and good workmanship. Make an appointment to day at THE BOWE STUDIO Hand in or phone in—news items, no matter how small. The Standard wants all of the hap penings of the community and county. COMB SAGE TEA IN UFELESSJRAY HAIR Look young! Common garden Sage and Sulphur darkens so naturally nobody can tell Grandmother kept her hair beautifully darkened, gloeey and abundant with brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. When ever her hair fell out or took on timt dull, faded or streaked appearance, simple mixture wag applied with won derful effect. By asking at any drug store for "Wyeth'e Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy," you will get a large bottle of this old-time recipe, ready to use, for about 50 cents. This simple mixture can be depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair and is splendid for dandruff, dry, itchy scalp and falling hair. A welJ-known downtown druggist Bays everybody uses Wyeth's Sage and Sul phur, beennse it darkens eo naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied—it's so easy to use, too. Yon' .••imply dampen a comb or soft brush and draw it through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the jrav hair disappears after another appli cation or two, it is restored to its natural color and looks, gloeey, soft and abun dant.