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Sisseton Mill & Elevator
J. A. McKEEVER, Mgr.
Solicits your flour trade
"DAKOTA PRIDE'
$1.90 per sack
Bran per ton
Shorts per ton
We Sell Hard and Soft Coal
When you want beef stake you go to
the butcher shop.
When you want to buy a suit of clothes
you go to the clothing store.
No matter what you want to buy you
go to the man that sells it.
That's the way when you want livery.
Go to the liveryman to get it. We are here
in the livery business and make it our busi
ness. If you want a car or team to get you
there and bring you back, no matter what
kind of weather or roads, go to
W. D. WILSON
the Pioneer Liveryman, and get his service.
fi I Phone No. 58, barn or No. 180. res.
...... (STANDARDIZED)
For All Livestock
EASY AND SAFE TO USE.
KILLS LICE, TICKS. FLEAS. MITES. CURES MANGE. SCAB.
RINGWORM. SCRATCHES, ETC. DESTROYS DISEASE
GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY FLIES.
NON-IRRITATING. EFFECTIVE. INEXPENSIVE.
TMB IDEAL
Red Cross Drug
UK FOB FEM BOOKLETS,
THE GOOP^OUPSC.HEgTS THE VETERAN MAIL-CARRIER-}
HELLO. UNCLE THOMAS
yOU LOOK AS THOUGH L.rt
IS ONE CONTINUAL ROUND
OP PLEASURE.
W-B CUT
$25.00
25.OO
YES. JUDGE. AND THE
REAL TOBACCO CHEW
IS THE SOURCE OF
MY CONTENTMENT
beauty of the Real To-
bacco Chew is that the longer
you use it the better you like it.
Result is that men keep using
it steady—and count it apleasure
to be able to pass the tip along
to friends.
A little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobacco—seasoned
and sweetened just enough—cuts out so much of the
grinding and spitting.
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW IS NOW CUT TWO WAYS«
IS LONG SHRED.
RKiHT-CUT
The taste of pure, rich tobacco does not need to be covered up. An
excels of licorice and sweetening makes you spit too much.
Notice how the salt brings
out the rieb tobacco taste.
WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY
SO Union Square, New York
ÜI
P!
IS SHORT SHRED.
Take less than one-quarter the old size chew. It'
will be more satisfying than a mouthful of ordinary
tobacco. Just take a nibble of it until you find the
strength chew that suits you, then see how easily and
evenly the real tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies,
how much less you have to spit, how few chews you
take to be tobacco satisfied. That's why it is Thit
Real Tobacco Cltew. That's why it costs less in the qpd.
(BUY FROM DEALER OR SEND IQ^STAMPSTOUS}
SEEKiNO PARDON
FOR LEO
FRANK
Condemned Man's Only Hope
Is Executive Clemency.
COURT SAYS TRIAL WAS FAIR
Manager of Pencil Factory, Convicted
of Murder of Fourteen-year-old Em
ployee, Exhausts All Legal Actions
There was one ray of light, however.
He could appeal to the governor of
Georgia for clemency, but there was
no further legal action apparent
THE SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD.
Without Avail, but Still Remains
Hopeful—Nation Watching Case.
Atlanta, Oa.—Although the highest
court in the laud has decreed that he
must pay the death penalty for the
murder of little Mary I'hagan, Leo
Frank has not given up his tight. His
attorneys are now busy on new plaus,
and the young man, condemned to the
gallows, is still hopeful. The supreme
court of the United States in deciding
that his trial had been fair, that the
jury had not been intluenced by public
sentiment, apparently blasted his last
hope.
All the nation watched this case
closely. Friends of Frank held that
race prejudice entered into the trial.
«Yank is a Jew. Hundreds of letters
are pouring into the office of the gov
ernor of Georgia asking for a pardon
or for commutation of the sentence to
life imprisonment.
Frank was manager and also a share
holder in a pencil factory at Atlanta.
Photo bv American Press Association.
LEO F11ANK.
Mary Pbagan. fourteen years of age,
was employed in tlie factory. She call
ed on a holiday to collect her wages
and failing to reappear at her home,
search was instituted and at 3 o'clock
the following morning her body was
found in a remote part of the plant,
showing evidence of murder and as
sault.
Suspects were taken in by the police,
and then suspicion attached to Frank.
lie was convicted mainly on the testi
mony of Jim Conloy. a negro, who said
he had helped Frank to dispose of the
body after the murder. Local senti
meut was against the prisoner almost
from the start. Remarkable stories of
his alleged immorality were told.
The defense tried to fasten the crime
on Conloy, the negro, who was an em
ployee of the factory. A note which
purported to have been written by the
murdered girl Just before her death
was a link in the testimony. It was
found torn in scraps near her body and
purported to be addressed tu her moth
er, in which she charged the crime on
a negro without naming him.
The handwriting bore a slight resem
blance to Frank's writing, but Conley
after first denying that lie wrote the
note or that lie was in the factory on
the day of the murder, tinally con
fessed that lie wrote the note, but at
the direction of Frank.
]A30 M. l-'rank is a native of Brook
lyn. a graduate of the Brooklyn high
school, who won a scholarship in Cor
nell university and is also well edu
cated along technical lines. lie has a
family in Atlanta and up to the time
of the murder had a reputation general
I ly in the community of being a success
I ful business man of good moral reputa
tion.
The courtroom was crowded in antici
pation of a decision in the Frank case
and many people stood in line outside
unable to gain admission. Since the
case has been before the supreme court
a nation wide agitition has been carried
on in favor of the prisoner, and it was
evident that his friends were many and
influential and tliat money was not be
ing spared in an effort to influence pub
lic sentiment in favor of the prisoner.
$10,000 For Kind Act.
I until five iiu:ith
Allotment
No.
57
904
1114
1257
585
778
307
36ti
96
871
Emma Tamazakan
1167
Mary Campbell
819
Taniazahowaxtewin
1287
Elias Gilbert
!.27
Wlcinyanwin
t04l
Amos Gilbert
700
Iul5
Salem White
1018
Sale of Indian Lands.
Department of the Interior, United States Indian Service. I
Sisseton Indian School, Sisseton, S. L).
Vnder the rules and regulations approved lv the Secretary of the interior
October I-, lltlO, the following described land is oil'ered for sale to the highest,
bidder under sealed bids 011 the daces mentioned, liids will be received at. the
otlice of the superintendent at Sisseton Agency, sisseton, S. 1). until 2 o'clock
p. m. of the day of sale,
ill
Winona or Rebecca ILtggs...
li C10
Susan Johnson
Wlnvaurdawin or Sarah
Mettlewmg
Mary Shepherd
4 OS
100
Allotment
No. Name of Allottee
l-j'i-613 Samuel Hopkins
Ill
1 Rdnwln or Mrs. Lovejoy
which hour they will be opened.
l'.acls bid Must Be accompanied by a duly Certified Check on some solvent
bank, payable to the order of K.D.Mossman, superintendent,, for ten percent of
the amount offered as a guaranty of the bidder's faithful performance of his
proposition. If the bid shall be accepted and the successful bidder shall with
in thirty days after due notice fail 10 comply with the terms of his bid, such
check shall be forfeited to the owner of said land, less the cost of advertising,
etc. All such bids shall be inclosed in a sealed envelope, which must be mark
ed by the bidder, "Bids for Indian land to be opened (here show the date of
opening)" but the description of the laud must not be noted on the envelope.
No bidder will be permitted to include more than one allotment in any bid.
If a prospective purchaser desires to bid on mor than one allotment lie*must
submit. a separate bid for each allotment he desires to purchase, and if he
wishes less than an entire allotment, he must submit a bid for one or more
legal subdivisions of such allotment.
ruder no circumstances will the Superintendent or other ollieers in charge
or any person connected with an agency ollice or the Indian Service be permit
ted to bid or to make or prepare any bid or assist any prospective bidder in
preparing his bid.
Tin- right to reject any or all bids is reserved.
Bidders, owners and other interested persons may be present when the bids
are opened.
i'tirchuser shall pay all costs of conveyancing, and. in addition, the follow
ing sums, to wit: If the purchase price is $1000.00 or less, $1.00 if it be mo: than
$1000.011 and not more than -$2000.00, •$!'.00: if the purchase price is more than
$',£000.00. tL'.fA), these to be used in payment of advertising the lands.
No bids lor less than the appraised value will be considered.
Land sold in accordance with the provisiensof these regulations will be con
veyed direct to the purchaser by 1'A
Andrew Wowinmaka sw# of the se#, 2-8, 123 ti, 52
w. 5th p. 111. s». Lease exoires
10 I 15
Elias Driver or Karabiyanke. ne^ of seJ4, (i, 120 u, 52 w,
5th p. in. s.
Louisa Cloodbird wyz of the sw«4', 31 1 127 n, 53
5th p. rn. S.
Bessie Sutaheua
8*2
Tiiyoptewm
for
1173
1189-431
TENT IN FKK SIMI'LUfrotn the United
States.
All the following described land will be sold for CASH unless otherwise
stated. All sales subject to a prior lease. Dates of expiration of leases will
be shown opposite description of leased tracts advertised.
For further information apply in person or by letter to the undersigned.
E. D. MOBSMAN, Supt. and S. D. Agent,
Sisseton, s. D.
NONCOMPETENT INDIAN LANDS TO BE SOLD FOR CASH.
Listed for sale March 24,1915. Bids to be opened May 28, 1915
Name of Allottee Description ot laud
Adrtau Kenville se* of sel4. 8, V2i n, 51 w.
5ih 111. S. D. lease expires 3 1 15
Ttnazepewakan or John Abel Lot 6 and c'/S of swK, 29, 127
n, 53 w, sth p. m. S.L)
Mary Alexis t*ej4 of ne!4. neU ol sv^. 28.
124 n, 50 w, 5th in. S. D.
sevi of nel4 lease expires ll-i 15
John Buffalo Jr se# of sw^. 21, 124 N, 53 W.
5th p. m. ti.
Onantanraaniwiu 11W4 of setf, 33and sw*4of scNi
.s 21. 1124 53 w, 5ih in. S. D.
Julia LaFrombolse or Tukautv nw!. 8,1129 n, 52 w. 5tn m.
kasotewin S.
WakaniyotanUewln ot fle*, 5 and of a
4,1123
Ii,
Lucy Iveeble or Winona Cekpa uV& of swJ4 and of uwV4, 13,
1124 o. 53 w. 5 in. S. D. Lease
expires 3 1
-15
John Paul svU of ne4, 2j, 125 11 51 w.
5th p. m. S. D. Lease expiree
10-1-17
Kaxeyawin or Eliza Siiiuomul e% of ne# and lot 6. 2a and
11 xv# of swi^, s2l, 120 11, 53 w.
5th p. in. S.
svvJi of nwK, 9. 1127 n, 53 w,
5th p.m. S.D. Lease expires 3-1-15
nwj{ of !)w,l4, 20. 124 n, 50 w.
5th p. m. S.
eMi of se#, 17,1127 n. 53 w, 5th
p. in. S. D.
11 Vt of uwj^, 20. 1125 11, 52 w,
utn p. m. S.
ol s\y]4, 23. and nw# of
nw!4 26. 1 125 n, 52 w, 5th p.m.
Susbe or Anna Nelson
627
Howard Redoarth
525
S. 1)
sw%" of swA,'. 34, 1514 11. 51 w,
5th p. m.S.U. Lease
ex pi vvs 10-1-18
ne# of nw# and su# of inv^J. t?
•20, 122. 52 5ih y. in. S. 1)
Lot No.3, 31, 12i 11. 51 w, and
in* *4 of se^i 3tl, 12! 11, 52 w,
5th p. in. S.
1)
».•ot No. 2 and of ne^. 3.
t, 123 11. r2 w, 5th p. tn. S.
11 wV£ of ue# and ue# of nwi{,
34, i, 127 li. 52 w. 5til p. in. S. D.
lie# of se#, l. 126 n. f2 w.
5th p. m.
Lots No. I, 2,4 ami 7. 5, 120 n,
53 w, 5th p. ui. S. 1.)
sw# of lie#, 13,1125 11, 52
5tli p. m. S.
NONCOMPETENT INDIAN LANDS TO BE
FERRED PAYMENT PLAN.
Listed for sale March 24,1915. Bids to be opened May 28,1915.
INHERITED INDIAN LAND TO BE SOLD FOR CASH
Listed
2
PATIENT FASTED TWO MONTHS
Manitowoc. Wis.—Because he cared
for him while sick William flatterman S'_»no.(K0,000 "extra" received by farm
I was left SU'.Oix) by Robert A. Wilson. I ers for their bumper wheat, corn and
And Buttermilk "Did Taste Good at
tha End."
Warsaw. Ind.—After establishing a
record for continuous fasting Jim Rob
inson asked for a glass of buttermilk
and as he slowly swallowed it admit
ted that it tasted good. This was the
first nourishment: taken by Robinson,
who is an inmate ol' the county infirm
ary, for eight weeks.
I Wilson ciuiH' from Mmiroc :iinl lived at oats crops can be readily accounted for
the 0:itierma .me until taken to by citing the one instance in regard
ago.
His long fast was due to lack of ap
petite and the fact that the taste arid
smell of food nauseated him.
Physicians here declare his ease has
no parallel in medical history. Fifty
five days was held to be the limit of
man's endurance, yet: Robinson passed
that mark by more than a day and i*
sli'l alive.
During that period he lost nearly a
hundred pounds. Except for beine
weakened, his general physical cond!
tion was not affected.
FARMERS' BIG PROFITS.
Milwaukee for treatment. Oatterman to prices for cash wheat He pointed
War Demands, It Is Said, Added $200,
000,000 to Growers' Gains.
Chicago.—Europe's war has enriched
middle west farmers approximately
.«joi ».[JOO.OOO, the money going chiefly
to growers of grains. What speculators
have made by the war perhaps never
will be known.
A prominent grain merchant said the
romniniMi wiih lii:u until In* died. The out that wheat now is selling und bus gel Doail S JVlctney IrlllS tile same gcnd for circulars, free.
I two men were u: !:iiown to each other been for months
Appraised
Acres Value
40 $1200
85 1275
80 2800
40 600
80 1800
160 6080
53 vv, 5th p. m. S. L.
100 3200
160 4000
40 1400
160 60 2400
40 600
40 1600
SO 11)00
80 1600
80 2000
40 600
80 2000
so 2000
40 800
1W 15 19S3
40 800
40 1400
40 800
80 1200
SOLD ON DE-
Appraised I
Acres Value
5t.h
Description of Land
w# of sw#. k4, tl!i2 n, 52
p. m. S. 80 $160i)
n% of nwU(. 34, l'J4 n, 52 w,
5th p. m. S. 80 1280
s'X ot swij(, 31, K'4 n, 52 w,
5Mi p. m. S. 78 58 1178 70
sale March 24, 1915. Bids to be opened May 28, 1915
HC« Icl-eii-ra-pe e'//2 of sw'i, 15. 12« ». 52 w,
Icl-ea*ra-pe el
of sw1^, 15, 120 »,
5in p. m. S.
Estella DuMarce scM of oe« and nej of seg. 11,
lti5 n. 54 w. 5th p. tn. S. 1)
Henry S. Buffalo setf of sc?.i, 3«. 125 n, 54 w.
and the seK of ne^. and ue# of
seK. 32 and sw^ of nw^, 33.
120 u. 52 w, 5th p. m. S. L)
INHERITED INDIAN LAND TO BE SOLD ON DEFERRED
PAYMENT PLAN.
Listed for Sale March 24, 1915. Bids to be opened May 23,1915.
SO
$2000
80
1G00
160
3200
ei-4 of nw»4 and uoU of swtf, and
nw'4 of se!4, 31, 123 Ii, 52 w.
5th p. m. S. 1) 160 $1800
Keep the Kidneys Well
Health is Worth Saving,
and
Some Sisseton People Know
How to ave It
Many Sisseton people take their
lives in their hands by neglecting
the Kidneys when they know these
organs need help. Weak kidneys
are responsible for a vast amount
of suffering and ill health, but there
is no need to suffer nor to remain
in danger. Use Doan's Kidney
Pills—a remedy that has helped
thousands of kidney sufferers.
The following statement leaves
no ground for doubt.
Joseph K. Irwin, Webster, S. D.
says: "Several years ago I injur
ed my back by lifting heavy lum
ber My back got lame and sore.
If I tried to straighten quickly
after stooping, sharp pains caught
me in my sides. My kidneys were
very irregular in action. I heard
of Doan's Kidney Pills and decided
to try them. One box relieved me
so much that I got a second. This
cured me."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
5 ask
for
a
1
kidney remedy
KTidnev Pills—the same
at from 33 cents to 50 that Mr- Irwin had. Foster-Mil-
cents more a bushel than it would have I burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
brought but for the war.
1
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William F. Glasier M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE OVER REXALL DRUG STORE
Phone: Office 146, Res. 205
Calls Answered Night or Day.
Leave All Orders at Maldaner's
N A
Chiropractor
If you havo tr'eri everything and failed
to timl Una 1 ih. try Chiropractor isplntil)
adjustments, und «et, well. Otllcc in Swed
unci's building. Hours, tori a. m. and
7 to p. ui.
STANTON
Physician and Surgeon
Claire City, So. Dak.
HERMAN GROSS,D.V.M.
Graduate VeteriMarian
Calls Answered Day or Night
Phone 139 11
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
Dr. C. Williams
Graduate Veterinarian
Chicago Vet. Coll.
I89I
Office Phone 71 Residence Phone 27
Sisseton, S.
J. J. Batterton A. O. Bunde
BATTERTON & BUNDE
LAWYERS
Sisseton, S.Dakota
HOWARD BABGOCK
LAWYER
Sisseton, S. Dakota
E J. TURNER
LAWYER
Sisseton, S. Dakota
j.
•S3 25 832 50
78 o:t 1200
W.
BARR1NCI0N
LAWYER.
Sisseton, S. Dakota
c. R. JORGENSON
State's Attorney for Roberts County
Sisseton, S. I).
THOMAS MANI
Attorney-at-Law
Sisseton, S. Dakota
FRANK R. McKENNA
LAWYER
Sisseton, S. Dakota
J. 0. ANDREWS
Attorney-at-Law
Sisseton, S. Dakota
O. K. LIEN
Lands, Loans and
INSURANCE
SISSETON. S. De
MURRAY BROS.
DRAY & TEAM WORK
Phone
st
4
(X,
I).
91.
no.
SISSETON S 3.
Listings Wanted.
If you want to sell your land
this spring we can sell it for you if
the price is right. We have buy
ers for land in Roberts and Grant
Counties. We charge small com
missions and make quick sales.
'Write us, United Realty Co., 836
Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis,
Minn. (43-46)
Legal blanks at this office.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot reach
thf! diseased portion of the car. Therö Is
only one way to cure deafness, and that
by constitutional remedies. Deafness la
caused by an Inflamed condition of the mu
cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la
entirely closed, Deafness Is the result, and
unless the Inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to Its normal condi
tion, hearlnj will be destroyed forever nlno
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
«»»not
by HaliV catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists. 76c.
Take Hall Family Pills .for constipation*
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