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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, June 26, 1914, Image 7

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GRAIN AND HAT
MACHINES
Bieder«, Reapers
Headers, Mowers
Rakes, Stackers
Hay Loaders
Hay Presses
CORN MACHINES
Planters, Pickers
Binders, Cultivators
Ensilage Cotters
Skelters, Shredders
TILLAGE
Peg, Spring-Tooth,
and Disk Harrows
Cultivators
GENERAL LINE
Oil and Gas Engines
Oil Tractors
Manure Spreaders
Cream Separators
Farm Wagons
Motor Trecks
Threshers
Grain Drills
Feed Grinders
Knife Grinders
Binder Twine
Good-bye sore foot, burning feet, swol
len feet, sweaty feet, smelling feet, tired
feet.
International Harvester
Oil Tractors
Good-bye corns, callouses, bunions and
a spots. No
moro shoe tight
ness, no more limp
ing with pain or
drawing up your
a a
"TIZ" is magical,
a
'"TIZ" draws out
all the poisonous
exudations which
jiuir up the feet.
Lands, Loans and
INSURANCE
SISSETON. S. D.
Cult of Beauty In Bosnia.
Half a century ago a traveler in
Bosnia found the poorest peasant
woman an adept in the arts and ad
juncts of the toilet. Her store of
cosmetics was said to be "astonish
ing," comprising oil of roses, rose
water, extracts of musk, saffron and
amber. She dyed her hair black
and dressed it with '"kna," while her
eyebrows and eyelashes were darken
ed with a powder made from a green
nut burned black (schisschark). She
painted her cheeks with powdered
flower of the iris and her nails with
yet another floral product. For a
depilatory she used lime and alum.
In spite of these aids, however, the
beauty of the Bosnia women was a
fading thing at thirty. London
Standard.
Cleanliness and Health.
Sanitation is a natural law. Na
ture will not tolerate disease and
decay in her own domains. She
buries the dead in her forests with
leaves and vines. She cleanses im
purities and overcomes pollution in
her fields and streams, and she de
mands the same effort of men.
When men fail to obey these natural
laws they pay the penalty, declares
the Healthologist. They suffer or
die. When they do obey, no effort
brings surer returns, for cleanliness
means health, and health means
ability, peace of mind, content and
success.
Mountain Magnets.
Close investigation of the extinct
3 volcano called the Puy de Dome, in
central France, has brought out-the
curious fact that the mountain is
magnetized not merely at certain
points, but as a whole, the top of
the dome acting as a south magnet
pole. Singularly enough, similar ob
servations on the Kaiserstuhl, a
mountain in Germany, indicate that
it possesses a north magnetic pole
at its summit.
I HERE is work on your farm for an
International Harvester tractor
every week in the year. It will pull your
plows, disks, drills, harrows, binders, haul
your products and supplies, do road work, run
your thresher, ensilage cutter, husker and
shredder, concrete mixer, well drill, etc.
For best tractor service use an I
oil tractor—Mogul or Titan. They are built
to meet field difficulties. Their mechanism
is simple. Moving parts are carefully pro
tected. There is no unnecessary weight.
They satisfy buyers.
I oil tractors—Mogul and Titan, are built in
sizes for all farms, from 6-12 to 30-60 H. P., to
operate on kerosene and gasoline.
Write for catalogues and other information on
International tractors and oil engines and we will
tell you where to see the machines.
International Harvester Company of America
ilncarporeted)
Aberdeen S. Dak.
Champion Deering McCermick Milwinkee Osborne Piano
FOR ACHING,
SORE, TIRED FEE!
Use "TIZ" and for
get your foot
m'IFcry. Ah licr.v comfortable your feet
feel." Get a 25 cvnt box of "TIZ" now at
anv druggist or department store. Don't
auil'ur. 1:aw good foet, glad feet, feet
that never swell, never hurt, never get
tired. A year's font comfort guaranteed
xir :i:oney refunded.
O. Ee LIEN
E VA1B
IF KIDNEYS BOTHER
Bat less meat and take Salts for Beck
ache or Bladder trouble—
Neutralizes acids.
Uric acid in meat excites the kidneys,
they become overworked get sluggish,
ache, and feel like lumps of lead. The
urine becomes cloudy the bladder is irri
tated, and you may be obliged to seek re
lief two or three times during the night.
When the kidneys clog you must help
them flush- off the body's urinous waste
or you'llbe a real sick person shortly.
At first you feel a dull misery in the kid
ney region, you suffer from backache,
sick headache, dizziness, stomach gets
sour, tongue coated and you feel rheu
matic twinges when the weather is bad.
Eat less meat, dririk lots of water
also get,from any pharmacist four ounces
of Jad Salts take a tablespoonful
in a glass of water before breakfast
for a. few days and your kidneys will
then act fine. This famous salts is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon juice,
combined with lithia, and has been used
for generations to clean' clogged kidneys
and stimulate them to normal activity,
also to neutralize the acids in urine*- so
it no longer is a source of irritation,
thus ending, bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, cannot in
jure makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which everyone should
take now and then to keep the kidneys
clean and active. Druggists here say
they sell lots of Jad Salts to folks who
believe in overcoming kidney trouble
while it ia only trouble.
The Power of Advertising.
The power of advertising is told
by a manager of the toilet depart
ment of a large New York depart
ment store. "We have six different
makes of one toilet article," he said,
"and they are so near alike in quali
t.y that even experts can't tell the
difference between them, yet we
sell as much of one as we do of all
the others together, just because the
manufacturer is everlastingly adver
tising it. The other five sell in
proportion to the amount of adver
tising given to them. If there is
any difference in quality it is in
favor of the poorest seller."—New
York Herald.
As to Quotations.
How many persons can unhesitat
ingly name the source of the famil
iar quotations? Many a man goes
through life without reading a sin
gle play of Shakespeare, but prob
ably no English speaking man goes
through life without quoting him.
If he sneers at "a woman's reason,"
he"quotes Shakespeare if he refers
to "a trick worth two of that," he
quotes Shakespeare again.
Goldsmith's "She Stoops to Con
quer" is not a popular work, but one
line of it—"Ask me no questions,
and I will tell you no lies"—is known
and used by everybody.
Mathematics at Oxford.
There is an interesting story
which shows the disposition of Ox
ford toward mathematics. A vener
able don who had bought half a doz
en books at 3s. 6d. each requested
the bookseller to give him a piece of
paper for the purpose of arriving at
the amount, lie then wrote down
3s. Cd. six times, one undter the
other, and was slowly adding them
up when the shopman ventured to
point out the shorter method of
multiplying one 3s. Cd. by C. "Dear
me!" exclaimed the don. "Really,
that is most ingenious, most in
genious."—London Globe.
FOR SUCCESS WITH POULTRY
Practical Way of Building Up Laying
Strain of Hens Is to Breed Those
With Best Records.
Trap nests are the best guide-posts
to success. They point out the hens
that are doing good work, and expose
the drones. They not only tell you
how many eggs each individual hen
laying in a year, but they also point
out the color of the shell and the
shape of the egg.
The time is near at hand when hens
will be sold on their egg records, and
prices governed accordingly.
It is an eccepted fact that the only
way to build up a laying strain of
hens is to breed from those giving the
best records, says the Farm Journal.
By annually picking out the best of
the flock, it is possible each year to
increase the average of the flock.
In line with the introduction of
trap nesting came the question of the
laying hens giving a better percent
age of fertile eggs, as well as receiv
ing an extra allowance of feed. It is
more difficult to overfatten a hen
that is doing steady laying than it
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Trap Nests.
is one that is not laying. It remained
for a man by the name of Albert
Angell, Jr., to strike the proper idea
in this direction.
Briefly stated, this system consists
of a house and yard divided into two
unequal parts. One side is large
enough for 12 hens, and the smaller
side is for the cock. In the house are
trap nests with two openings. Every
night the hens are put in the larger
house. The cock stays permanently
in his own quarters. Every hen that
lays an egg ot enters a trap nest
goes out into the apartment with the
male. When night comes, the laying
hens are all with the male and they
then are returned to their own side of
the house and yard, to go through the
same process each day. In the morn«
ing the male bird is alone. The trap
nest is made by simply fashioning
two light doors, using one-inch mesh
wire netting. The door to the nest
which the hen enters to lay is hinged
from the inside, and is pushed open
by the hen, and closes behing her.
The door in the rear of the nest open
ing out into the cock's yard, is hinged
from the outside. When the hen en
ters the cock's pen she can not re
turn, as will readily be seen. These
doors, or gates, are light, and work
easily, and should be the size of the
entrance of the next box and hinged
to the top.
The illustration, a popular make of
trap nests, such as is used on many of
the large poultry farms. A shows
trap nest turned to open nest.
shows nest closed after hen
has entered. shows trap set.
When a hen is through laying she
will stick her head out of the nest
and cackle, and should then be re
leased.
On the leg of each hen is placed
an aluminum band on which is stamp
ed a number. Upon opening the door
of the trap the hen is picked up and
her number ascertained. This is then
written on the egg, and at night a
record is made of these numbers.
WIM
The busier the bene the better they
will be.
Guineas are in great demand. Why
not buy a few?
Never expose fowls in blustery,
snowy weather.
Sunshine should have a large place
in the ration ot every hen.
Roots of all kinds can be fed cooked
or raw, but they should be chopped
fine.
Grit and shells are cheap, neverthe
less very important in the proper care
of poultry.
Don't forget to sprinkle lime on
drop boards, not .too much, for tt is
hard on the chicken's feet.
The poultry houses must be a scene
of constant effort to prevent lice and'
vermin from this time until spring.
When yood ashes are strewn over
the hen house floor the manure will
lose much of the ammonia by the mix
tore.
SU0Jl
that will
People,
TENTS
THAT ARE
POSITIVELY
WATERPROOF.
TWO TRAINS OF
MONSTER
RAILWAY CARS.
A GRAND, FREE,
STREET PARADE
EACH DAY AT NOON
SCORE ONE FOR THE TAILOR
Legal Light Thought He Had Knight
of the Shears in a Corner,
but He Hadnt.
Here is a story that was told by
Congressman Isaac Sherwood of
Ohio the other day when the topic
switched to the turning of the tra
ditional worm.
Recently a man omitted to hand
his tailor a few chunks of silver in
exchange for good togs, and after
waiting a reasonable length of time
the tailor party sued for the amount
of the bill.
Thus it was that he found himself
on the witness stand one day with
the insistent lawyer for defendant
trying to establish the point that his
client had three months in which to
pay for the goods, and that that
time had scarcely elapsed.
"Now, sir, Mr. Tailor Man," mer
cilessly continued the lawyer, "had
I bought those clothes instead of my
client, would you have summoned
me into court at this early stage?"
"No, sir," was the prompt rejoin
der of the witness.
"Good!" smiled the lawyer, with a
satisfied air. "And why not,
please
"Because," came the answer of the
tailor, "in your case it would have
been a cash transaction."
OVER 66 YEAR6'
EXPERIENCE
PATENTS
1
RADE MARKS
DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS AC.
Anvone tending A skel eh mid description may
quickly uHcerinln our opinion free whether an
Invention is probably patentable. Contmunica
lions Htriclly oonildentlal. HANDBOOK on Patent»
it fine. Oldest nirency for seen
ring patent».
\itetiia taken through Muitn A Co. recelTe
sunt fine. Oldest nirency fori
r.-ittMiis taken through Mi
tpeciul notice
without charge. In the
Scientific flmtrka*.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir
culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, 93
year four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & CoJ564BrMd"«»New York
Branch Offlee, r, 3U Washington, D. C.
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A TREMENDOUS
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EARTHS MOST CURIOUS CREATURES
GATHERED TOGETHER INTO OHE
I E N S E E N A E I E
THE CHAMPIONS OF ALL
COUNTRIES COMPETE IN FEATS
OF DARING AND GRACE.
THE PRINCELY SALARIES PAID
BY THIS MAMMOTH ENTERPRISE
HAVE ROBBED ALL EUROPE OF
THEIR MOST VALUABLE ARTISTS.
MALE AND FEMALE RIDERS,
AERIAL ARTISTS. LEAPERS,
TUMBLERS, GYMNASTS AND
SENSATIOHAL DEATH-DEFYING FEATS
OF SKILL AHD DARIHG BY BOTH MALE
AND FEMALE PERFORMERS.
A BIG TROUPE OF HIGH SCHOOL HORSES.
AN IMMENSE HERD OF WONDERFULLY
TRAINED ELEPHANTS.
TWO GROUPS OF FOREST-BRED,
MAN-KILLING LIONS
PERFORMING IK GREAT STEEL IHCL0SURE5.
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We Carry a Complete Line of 11
Building Material
and would be pleased to furnish estimates on
buildings of any style and size. We also carry
Hard and Soft Coal'
Lamped Lumber jCo.
Successors to Sullivan Lumber Co.
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