NOW IS THE TIME TO
Enjoy Scenery and Service En Route
Now is an ideal time to visit the
Pacific Coast and see the great Ex
position at San Francisco and San
Diego. The weather is delightful,
both Expositions are in full swing,
and although there are plenty of
people attending, the vast crowds
of Summer have not yet arrived.
So—if at all possible—Go West
And go via tin: scenic northern
route of the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul Railway—the pictures
que "Trail of the Olympian."
This route pierces that astoun ting
maye of western scenic wonders at
points where Nature's grandeur is
And beside wonderful scenery,
there is the superb service provid
ed by "The Olympian." and a
second train, "The Columbian."
These trains are all-steel, equipped
with company-owned cars and
manned by company employees.
After you have seen the attrac
tions of the Paget Sound Country,
journey south over the Rainier
Shnsta" Route to California—visit
both Expositions then return
home direct, without change of I
cars, on the steel-equipped "Pacific I
Limited" of the Chicago Milwau
kee & St. Paul Railway.
Side trips to Yellowstone Park,
Rainier National Park,and in Colo!
rado are available ou this Grand
Circle Tour" of the Coast.
For information about fares,
time or trains, and for western
travel literature, apply to the Local
Agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul Railway.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eastman, who
have lived a long time in the
Browns Valley country without
taking a real vacation are at last
going to have one. Ihey leave
next Monday to take in the big
fair in California, and visit other
places of interest. They will go
by the way of Salt Lake Cit\
where thev will stop for a while,
and will make the return trip on
what is known as the Canadian
You are responsible for your own future. You
must solve every problem of your life yourself. You
must not rely upon anyone else. Your health,
wealth, poverty, pleasure, everything depends upon
how and what you think. You may have wealth,
yet you may not be contented nor happy, nor heal
thy. The danger lies in thinking. Do not think of
unpleasant things. Cultivate pleasant and agreea
ble thoughts. Do no turn off at the head in one
direction balance your thoughts and reason from
While it is up to you to have a set idea and fixed
plan, and work out evury detail as planned, you
should verify your plan and exchange views with
others or you are very apt to become one-sided, selfish
and weak-minded. It is an easy matter to do and think
the same thing over and over, but in so doing it will
become hard to deversify your thoughts afterwards.
An insane person is not weak-minded upon the
subject he broodes upon, but instead becomes so
strong that it crowds out all reason. Envy and
selfish pride comes from thinking the wrong way.
1 all you can to raise your own standard, and be
all that you can be in this world. This sounds like
selfish philosophy, but experience has surely taught
W. F. CARLBERG
route Five cars of Odd Fellows
went to Breckenridge on Monday
last to attend the funeral of the
late Wm. Holmgren. Rain had
been falling, and the roads were
slippery. Matt Howie's prize Ford
driven by Ed. Norton, met with
an accident on the way up. The
car skidded and turned over on a
steep grade. Revs. Wilcox and
Marsh and Mr. Howie and Mr.
Norton were in the carat the time.
Mr. Howie had one arm fractured,
and Mr. Marsh was rendered un
conscious by receiving a bump on
the forehead, and a bad cut over
the eye. All were more or less
shaken up, but soon recovered,
righted the car, which had a very
badly damaged top and windshield,
and the Little Ford was rattling
right along. The party returned
Tuesday morning without further
mishap, except Mr. Howie who
remained at the hospital at Breck
enridge for a day.—Browns Valley
A DeLaval Day May 11, 1915.
To give a more thorough ex
planation of the working parts of
the DeLaval Cream Separator, both
for the benefit of the prospective
purchaser of Cream Separators,
and for the many, who are now
using the DeLaval, we have ar
ranged with the DeLaval Co. to
furnish competent help to assist in
this work and have set aside May
11,'1915 for this purpose.
It is world wide acknowledged
that the DeLaval Cream Separator
has'done more for the development
of the farm and dairy than any
other piece of machinery. The
DeLaval is the original Cream
Separator, and the one from which
all other makes are copied.
Come in and let this man show
you why the DeLaval skims cleaner,
wears longer, and runs easier than
other separators. If your old De
Laval is not working exactly as
I you think it ought to, bring it in on
the dav mentioned and have it ex
ainined and repaired, free of charge,
except charge for flew repairs put
Remember the date, Tuesday,
May 11,1915 at,
Sisseton, S. D.
You Are The Moulder and Shaper of Your Own Mind
The Ford Leads in Sales, All
Other Makes Put Together.
Last week the Ford made merry
nine of our good citizens.
Tom McGee, Effington, S. D.
Frank Smith, Effington, S. D.
Win. Nieland, Sisseton, S. D.
Iver Kringen, Sisseton, S. D.
J. F. Fredrick, Peever, S. I).
Adolph Hendrickson, Claire City.
Rev. C. Shade, Sisseton, S. D.
M. A. Schafte, Effington, S. D.
R. F. Dawson, Sisseton Agency.
It will do your heart good to talk
to Tom McGee, he is enloying his
The Carlberg Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson spent
Sunday at the Peter Jenson home
in the lulls.
Miss Laura Otto and Art Bot
hum departed last Sunday for Sis
seton. Art makes good use of
his new buggy.
Richard Wooley while going
home last Sunday in some way got
off the road, it being very dark,
and got mixed up in a wire fence
and tore his Sunday pants and now
he lias to wear them every day.
Emil Marckeseth and Francis
Ready were up to Elmer Eddy's
O. J. Monson and C. D. Thomp
son autoed to Elbow Lake, Minn..
There was a fine picnic and pro
gram at the Otto school house on
the last day.
John Ready is going around
with a very long lace. He says
school is out and he hasn't made
up with the
Miss Ella Beckmur left Wed
nesday for her home in Wisconsin.
She left a lot of dear friends here.
Agnes Olson is working at the
A. P. Houdehome during her sis
Miss Margaret Otto was a Sisse
ton visitor Saturday.
Sam Jones was at the basket
social at the John Meland school
last Friday night.
Alfred Otto and Bill Ready were
out with Alfred's new buggy last
Sunday. They made their usual
calls at Otto's and Vassen's before
you that no other plan of life works out satisfactorily.
ou must deal fair with everybody, but you must be
your own guide in everything. If you rely upon
others to think for you, you arc dependent upon
them, which seems to be contrary and out of har
mony with your pleasures, and pleasure is really
what we all must seek. Listen to others talk and
learn all you can, but do your own thinking and lay
your own plans whether you work for yourself or for
someone else, then you will not be dependent but
independent and will relieve your friends from «are
ing for you. You will enjoy your work, you will
enjoy your home, you will not feel above, but equal
to your neighbors. You will then see some good in
everybody and will seek and enjoy the company of
This may not read like a Ford ad, but it is. The
Ford attracts the merchant from his desk, the banker
from his cash, the lawyer from his office, the farmer
from his daily routine, the preacher from his subject,
the housewife from her perpetual-motion, and all
will mingle together. They will pity but help those
who are unable to help themselves. They will live in
tune with the laws of nature. The Ford will do more
for you than you think, if you will give it a chance.
SISSETON, S. DAK.
74 ANNUAL TOUR
I 5° ,UNDJFI1™
Kitfci of the World.
MISS LINDA JEAL,
THE AERIAL BALLET.
I« KEEPERS TO
John Heady seems to always
want line 13 after 9 o'clock now.
He seems to have a nice big time
when he gets the line all to him
LARGEST CANVAS EVER CONSTRUCTED
IOTO People 2 Trains of Cars. 2 Herds o£ Elephanls. 300 Circus Artists
$1,000,000 Invested. $4,270 Daily Expenses. Seals for 10,000 People
VINCENT DtGUERRA, AMMAL KING, WITH HIS FIGHTING LIONS
300-REAl CIRCUS ARTISTS-300
60-REAL FUNNY CLOWNS-5C
»-ROYAL TOKIO JAPANESE-10
"BLACK DIAMOND," THE BALL-ROOM HORSE
Ralph Bowser's High-School Horses
FAMOUS WIZARETTK WIRE FAMILY
GIANT TORTOISE FROM ISLE OF SAN SALVADOR
ONLY BUCKING ELEPHANT tXHIBITED Finest Horses Ever Exhibited
The Parade Tells The Story 101 STARTLIN6 FEATURES FOR 1915
Kongo, the Big
Inson, the limouk Cert Moffeobeck, the Lion thst "Loops the Loop." Giant Tortoise
Big Elephant, the JUO Trained Wild Animals and the World's Qreatcrt Buretwck Riders'
including Relph How »er and Mies Linda Jciil. the famous koblnson Trained Begib'ente, Vincent
Ouegerra and hi* Fighting Lions, Pauton'e Zouaves together with 300 Circus Artists, Cowboys, Cow
girls, Cossacks, Indians, Meslcan*. end the greatest Bunch of Bucklng-Mwse Ridereever exhibited
THREE SHOWS-CIRCUS, TRAINED WILD ANIMAL EXHIBITION AN» WILB WEST
A O O N E A I S S I O N
\A/ I l_ PQ6 ITIVtLV EXHIBIT RAIN OR
WILL F=06 ITIVtLV EXHIBIT RAIN OR 9HINC
L. E. Marckeseth went to Sissc
ton on business, Monday.
Mrs. Geo. Wooley went to Sisse
ton last week.
74 ANNUAL TOUR
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