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Page 12 W «V F. J. BCHEFFLER, WI. I1. Physician and Surgeon ALL CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Oltiev I'luim- I '.Tü Itesidviivv I'lionc 1 ''7 Specialty in Women imi Vl'.'.hl- I Office Over Swedlund Binlaws Kormvrl) .1 «r,'Ctisi'(i i..»w v'iii.v»- Sisseton. S- 0. William Glasier M. D. Phvsiciun ami -Sivgeon OFFICE OVER REXALL DRUG STORt 0tf.ee No 14'.' Phon«?: RESIDENCE N J- 2I'» Calls Answered Night Calls Answe.rf'ä l.iy or Night :yl !Ti: Office 3 3 Ke.*. i-v RED CR0S.5 DRUG STORE RUTH N HAY Chiropractor II you nave irc t-ryI'Ü: .*: nud 7A..ed to find irr C& ropracior ,-pir.a!l iidjustme&'.s, *BI5 ge* well. Office -u ~u lund's baVhkn/e. Hyars. W ui atid 7 to 9 p. in STANTON Physician and Surgeon Claire City, So. Dak. Dr. C. Williams Graduate Veterinarian Chicago Vet. Coll. I8q! Offl-e Phono 71 Kvsnlvnve I'hon* 27 Sissoton, S. I). E. URN Lands, Loans and INSURANCE 8I88ETOX Phone •is PRBD SC 4# BUTT or Day Leave All Orders at Ma'dansr HERMAN GROSS,C.V.M. 1 7 f\:•2 :i 1 Vi 8. D. MURRAY BROS. BEAT & TEAM WORK no. 91. 3ISSETON 3. 1895 Pioneer Livery 1915 W. D. WILSON, Prop. Horses Bought and Sold Prompt Service. Reasonable. Phone Rates f\ 58 DO TOD USE TOBACCO? Would You Care to Quit? IF SO, TOR "Kilotobap" It will stop the inveturste fiend iu (torn three todvedays: leaves no bud effect*. does not make you sick: H, simply makes you ciuit. A PULL TREATMENT CÖST9 BUT #1.00 Your mosey retanAed |i foa do nötgoi re.su Its Write as. or'call at' our office, and wi- will demonstrate its efficiency. Ami TOBACCO,REMEDY CO. (ZifixmrojiAtlo) I McDÖNÄ'LD, Agent. The Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel 260 MODERN ROOMS Located in Heart rf B—lniM District ONE PRICE--ÖNE DOLLAR CUROPLAm wart roil TWOFzeeoniB si .so raiWTI WTH. INOmR awe Toiler C«TR* COMPLETE SAFETY AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS ANO'FIRCPROOF CONSTRUCTION MEUIMKCT Wceorioa OHOW TM»T WEVEW nee a tire tear IN aer BUILDINO FHOTECTEO or aoTonanc traiiiiiMiii EVE*T noon wae NOT awe eoio eowwiwo waTEM, OTEaM Hear, ELECTRIC LIOMT ass TELEPHONE »«NVICE. Sale Bills PRINTED If you iuteed to have a sale tfet our prices 1 Wie are fixed for luminc out work of Ulis land double-quick time. $?• I Bl-rht Wing Advancing. RUSSIANS TELL OF INTO HUNGARY li jCGupation of Eight 3hip$ Unconfirmed. .... IL. 'I'LII- right W IIK lit1 Kreuch army is less than tliii'ty miles from ihr River Rhine. holding !he Alsatian village of Steinbaeh and the heights to ilit? southward of this illane, after one of the most stub horn localized battles of the war. Slight advances from Thann also will give the allies possession of the vil läge of Cernav, the heights to the west of which the allies now hold, The fall of Vernay should open tile way to Muelhausen, the scene of des ps ate battling in the early stages ol the war. French progress in Alsive Lorraine is the most significant news from the western front in a number ol weeks and by some London observers it is taken to indicate future attempts on the part of the allies to break through the (iernutn lines in this re gion, maintaining a base al the Kreuch fortress of IJelfort. Russians Make Progress. Further Russian successes in opera tions against the Austrian* arc de scribed in official advices from I'etro grail. According to a dispatch I» I he Paris Information the Kassians have occupied eight Hungarian townships and sev 'i'al divisions of the Austrian army are surrounded in the Carpa thians. There is no oil!.--.I confirm«, lion of these statements and the lal est official announcement from Vi eiina asserts that the Austrian forces in Galicia have captured strong posi lions and are preparing for further operations. Although it is admitted in I'etro-| grad tlMit the (lermans occupied posi tions at üollmow, on the battle front before Warsaw, the Russian war of flee states that the invaders Saturday were driven back again, abandoning six machine guns. The Berlin state ment, chronicling conditions later I than Jan. 2, asserts that Russian posi tions lour miles east of the IV/ura river have been taken. The Russian war office has not denied this latest statement. Attacks Progressing. The Berlin statement asserts that German attacks east of the ll/.ura river, near Kosslow-Uin-Skupi. anil south of this location are progressm Advances to a point northeast of lieli mow also are chronicled. The (ienuau statement says there are no changes east of the Rawka river nor east of the heights to the north of the Rawka river. On the right bank of the Pilica river the condition of the roads and unfavorable weather are said to be interfering with German movements. In Rast Prussia and north of the Lower Vistula In Poland the situation Is reported unchanged. Swampy ground in West Flanders precludes a general advance move ment in this locality. Furthermore, Oeneral .loffre's feeling tactics at oth er points have resulted in no great gains and it would not he a surprise if the heaviest lighting during the next fortnight, centered on the eastern slopes of the Vosges mountains. Aviators Destroy Ammunition. Berlin. Jan. 6.—German aviators successfully dropped explosive bombs upon ammunition stores in the out skirts of- Kourdekerke, exploding am munition and killing and wounding French soldiers. German Rule In Poland. Berlin, Jan. 6.—Announcement is made here that the portion of Russian Poland occupied by the Germans has been provided with a civil administra tion under Herr von Bradstein. EXTRA SESSION^ IN DOUBT President Declines to Say What Ac tion He Will Take. VVa^Uigton, Jag^.—l^pesident Wil son declined to say specifically that he would call an extra session of con gress if the ship purchase bill failed to pass during the present session. Callers who talked with him on the subject were impressed with the pres ident's determination to pass the measure. Mr. Wilson said he would support a rural credits bill if members of con gress could agree on one, but he would not call an extrs* session for that. He added that he was making all his ar rangements to leave Washington on March 5 for the Panama canal and the San Francisco exposition. GENERALDE CASTLENAU. Second in Rank to Joffre in French Army Leaders. 7T General de Cm leres de Castlenau is a commander in a division of the French army, attached to the general staff lie is next in rank to (lenera 1 .Joffre I lis record includes service in the French colonies as well as garvi son duty in France GERMANY IN SHIP NOTE CONTROVERSY Washington. Ian. G—The American shipping protest may become a double edged knife and be aimed al iermany as well as C.reat Britain. I Coal shipments, it is declared, may become the subject of complaint to Ciermany. On excellent authority it was stated that involved in the shipping discus sion with (Jreat Britain is the ques tion of Ceniiany having secured coal, oil and other contraband from tile United States in alleged violation ol I lie neutrality law. Coal shipments have fallen into Ger man hands upon clearance papers be lieved misleading. These have been the basis of complaint by Great Brit ain. American registry of the Hamburg American ship Decia under the einer geney registry act may be the basis 1 of a test. !t is thought possible that the Decia will be sent with cotton to Germany and a test case raised to determine how far the allies will go in prevent ing sale of German and Austrian ships interned in the Vnited States to Americans. WAR BREAD KAISER'S DIET Emperor William Orders It Served to Himself and Entourage. Berlin, .Ian. tl.—Emperor William has given orders that the so called war bread be served to himself and the members of his entourage. This bread, also styled "K" bread, consists of sr. per cent of rye Hour and Ifi per cent of potato flakes. It is be ing consumed in accordance with a war lime proclamation with the idea of making the supply of foodstuff in I the empire last longer. I'p to the present time it has not been bought readily by the general public. I It is hoped that the decision of the emperor to eat this bread himself will influence the people to follow his example. The newspapers are giv ing much attention to the course of his majesty in this connection. FEDERALOFFICERS REMOVED Permitted German Vessel to Leave Brazilian Port With Supplies. Rio .laniero. Jan. 6.—The German steamer Holger, having secretly left the harbor of Pernambuco, presum ably with supplies for the German warships still at large in South Amer ican waters, the federal government has removed from office the authori ties who should have guarded against such a breach of neutrality. The re sponsible officials also have been or dered before a board of inquiry. 'I IK S ISS KT« WKKKLY ST.W'b.V •I" -J* -i- -2- -I* ... »I- .j. •j. 4. RUSSIANS REPORTED IN HUNGARY. I- Paris. Jan. 6.—A Petrograd dispatch published in I.'Infor relation reports that the Rus sians have occupied eight Hun garian townships and that sev- 4 er.il divisions of the Austrian army are surrounded in the Carpathians. 5 1 »j* e|e MAY GOVERN AUTO TRAVEL State Regulation of Interstate Traf fic Upheld by Supreme Court. Washington. Jan. 6.—The supreme court held that iu the absence of fed eral regulation of interstate antomo bile travel states may regulate such traffic. The decision came when the Mary land automobile license law was held constitutional Uy the court. CONCEDES RIGHT TO EXPORT ARMS Germany Does Not Expect This Country to Stop It. STATEMENT IS OFilCiAl Chairman Flood of House Foreign Af I fa rs Committee interrupts Advo- I cates of Law Prohibiting Such Prac tices to Make Announcement. Washington, .Ian ii. Chairman Flood of the house foreign affairs liinmitlec lold proponents of legisUi tion to prohibit exports of war mate rials that the (ierinan government, through the Berlin foreign otlice, has made it plain that it. does not expect I the I'nitcd Slates to stop such ex I ports. I Chairman Flood made Iiis statement I to Representative llarllioldt. who. at in public hearing, was making a geu- resolution to era! argument for his stop exports. "Suppose." he asked liartholdt, "that you understood that the German gov I eminent, through the German foreign office, had said that it did not expect this government to pass this legisla tion. Would you support It?" Representative Bartholdt asserted that he knew nothing of the attitude of the German government and that he and his associates oppose the ex portation of arms on the grounds ot "international immorality." Chairman Flood repeated the state merit in his question and added: "I said that it realizes and so states that it does not expect this govern menl. to pass this legislation." Seven Hundred Dumdum Bullets. "The state department," said Chair man Flood to Representative Bar tholdt, "has investigated your charge that dumdum bullets were being ship ped from this country to the allies They have found that not more than T110 of these bullets have left the country and that none of them would fit modern military service rifles." I Representative Bartholdt said he had heard that the neutrality of the Vnited States had been violated by the shipment of Canadian troops over American territory in Maine on their way to the war zone. "I have never heard of that," said Chairman Flood. "If that is true," Interrupted Repre sentative Temple, "It Is unquestion ably an unneutral act. I think we should have some evidence beyond such a charge as that." Representative Bartholdt said that he knows of the incident only as a matter of gossip. "The shipment of war supplies to belligerent nations," said Chairman Flood, "has been recognized for ion years as a right of our citizens by the law of nations. When this war bega• that right was recognized." FLOWERS SPEAKER OF MINNESOTA HOUSE St. Paul, Jan. 6.—II. II. Flowers ol Cleveland was elected speaker of the Minnesota house at the opening ol the Thirty-ninth legislative session on the second ballot, defeating by two votes Sam Y. Gordon of Browns Val ley. The first ballot of G"i votes for Flow ers and 63 for Gordon remained the same on the second. Two votes were cast by Anton Devoid of Minneapolis and James W. Wood til I of Two Har bors, Socialists, for Wood Hi I at the first voting. The Socialists left the hall before the second ballot. Gordon, when the result of the sec ond ballot was announced, asked that the vote be made unanimous for Flow ers, but Secretary of State Julius A. Schmahl ruled that the vote must stand. Mr. Flowers then was escort ed to the chair and made a brief speech of acceptance. MISSOURI MINIMUM IS Conclusion of Commission on Wages for Women. Jefferson City. Mo., Jan. 0.—The minimum upon which working girls can live in Missouri ranges between $S in St. Joseph and $S.r3 a week in St. Louis. In spite of this thousands of girls are existing throughout thf state on $4.50 a week. This, in sub stance, is the report of the special commission appointed by the state senate a year ago to investigate, con ditions of working worn eh. The final report, submitted by Lieu tenant Governor W. R. Painter, chair man of the commission, suggests as remedial legislation a minimum wage law for women or the establishment of a board to adjust women's wages In various parts of the state. Chicago Tax Dodgers Named. Chicago. Jan. ti.— Names of twenty seven wealthy Clin .goans. whose per sonal property lists are being investi gated in District Attorney Hoyne's hunt for evaders, have been made public. Many are multimillionaires. THIS LIFE PRESERVER IS NOT CONTRABAND, BUT SO MANV MEN ARE LOOK-tNGj FOR IT. I ON LANO OR SEA,Mc.N LiKg TO BE THE SOQQ JUPPE.) Zi^ROM man to man what's more to the point than word of "Right-Cut," the Real Tobacco Chew. That's the reason why "Right-Cut" users see to it that their friends know about it too. A little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobacco—cut fine, short shred—seasoned and sweetened just enough, cuts out so much of the grinding and spitting. Bran per ton Shorts per ton •J THAT'S RIGHT-you*RE SURE TO BE PICKED UP By A STEAMER OR YACHT?! SO I'M GOING TO STAV CLOSE BV. j" Take a very small chew —less than one-quarter the old size. It will be more satisfying thitn a mouthful of ordinary tobacco. Just nibble on it until you find the strength chew that suits you. Tuck it away. Then let it rest. See how easily and evenly the real tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies without grinding, how much less you have to spit, how few chews you take to be tobacco satisfied. That's why it Is Tiu- liiul Tibacca Chew. That's why it costs less in the end. It is a rifljy chew, cut line and short sliix-u so that ynu wnn'i have to grind uu it with your tejth. Grinding on ordinary c.mdicJ tobacco makes you spit too much. The luwie of pure, rich tohucco do-.-s not need iu he covered up with molasses and licorice. Nonce how the salt brings out the rich Libuccu t^stc in "Wight-Cut." One small chew takes the place of two big chews of the old kind. WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY SO Union Square, New York Ind (buy from dealer ors IP 1 SissetonMillti Elevator We Sell Hard and Soft Coal ALCOHOL 3 PERCENT similatingthcFootfamlRegula ling (lie Siomadisandßowtisor Infants/Children Promotes DigeattonJCkttfii- ness and Rest.Contalns neitfer Opiimi.Morphitie nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC. ftnutür Strd JbcJtMKt* JkcMltUt: jtweSad BiCuttaaküSi* HirmSetd- IrJSiivr fhmr. Aperfecl Remedy forCansflp* tion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms jConvulskmsJeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. facsimile Signature of THE CENTAUR COMPÄÄJ» NEW YORK. Atlb months old jjJJoSES -35 CtNTS Cop/ ot V-/rapper. :stamps to us*3 J. A. McKEEVER, Mgr. Solicits your flour trade DAKOTA PRIDE" $1.60 per sack $22.00 22.00 IM« ForJEnfants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature, of In Use For Over Thirty Years CUSTOM TMC CCNTAUH COMPANY. NEW VO*K CITY.