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SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD By Waller L- Johnson Subscription $1.50 Per Year. Official Paper of County and City Advert'isintr Rates: Display 1 5c per inch one issue Special rate on contract. Local ad. 5c per line per issue List of Adulterated and Misbrahded Foods, Drugs, Fte. Mulling—Maimf'.u-ttnvd Iy ir tm Bros. Milling Co. Sioux City, In. ishi atuk-d 111 tliat it is lahvl ed to contain in per cent, protein and found to contain considerable less. Laving l-'ood. Jones Superior Brand. Manufactured hv I ). S. Jones Seed Co.. Sioux Falls. Mis branded in that 11 is not labeled for net weight and guaranteed analysis. Babv Chick Food. Manufactur ed bv O. S. Jones Seed Co., Sioux Falls. Misbranded that it is not labeled net weight or guaranteed analysis. Buckwheat and wheat mixed. Excesior Brand. Manufactured by XExcelsjor Mills. Yankton. Mis branded in that it is not labeled Buckwheat flour in large type when in fact it is mixture of buckwheat and wheat flour, and the statement wheat mixed, in small type under the word Buckwheat is not stiffic ient to correct the wrong impress ion or comply with the law. Buckwheat and wheat flour. Fx celsior brand. Manufactured by Excclsior mills, Yankton, So. Dak. Adulterated in that it is musty and decomposed. Graham flour. Manufactured by Cauby Roller mill, Canby, Minn. Misbranded in that it is not labeled for net weight. Chick Feed Eclipse Brand. Man ufactured by the Sioux City Seed & Nursery Co., Sioux City, la. Misbranded in that it is not labeled to show components or oercentage of protein, fat or fiber. Chick Feed. Eureka Brand. Manufactured by Sioux City Seed & Nursery Co., Sioux City, la. Misbranded in that it is not labeled to show components or percentage of protein, fat or fiber. Poultry Tonic. Manufactured by the Prussian Remedy Co., St. Paul, Minn. Adulterated in that it contains a large amount of wheat products which is not mention in the list of ingredients. Poultry Tonic. Manufactured by the Scarless Remedy Co., Win terset, la. Misbranded in that it :i does not contain nux Vomica, which is declared on the label to be part of the mixture. 5 t' Hog Remedy. Manufactured by the Independent Remedy Co., Al ton, la. Misbranded in that the 6 following ingredients, which were •j included in the list of ingredients, could not be found: American worm seed auise seed, capsicum and areoanut, if present were in very minute quantities. Digester meat and bone tankage. Manufactured by John Morrell & Co., Sioux Fails. Misbranded in that it is labeled to contain 45 per cent crude protein, and found to contain considerable less. Digester. Tankage. Manufact ed by Swift & Co., Chicago, 111. Misbranded in that it is low in pro tein aud fat Tablets Calomel-Sodii Bicarbon ate. Manufactured by the Smith Dorsey Co., Lincoln, Neb. Mis branded in that tbey contain only 81.6 per cent of labeled value of Calomel. Aromatic Spirit of Ammonia. Manufactured by Porter-Ryerson Hoobler, Omaha, Neb- Adultera ed in that it is low in ammonium carbonate and total ammonia Chloride of i.ime. Arme brand. Manufactured by A. Mendleson's Sons, Alabanv, X. Y. Ail nltvialed in I hat contains only J5.7 per cent available chlonue 01 K.i per cent. V. S. I', st length Chloride of l,ime. Hudson brand anniactitreil by A. Mendleson's S-ills. Alabanv. X. Y. Ail ill I ci at ed ill that it contains only J'i.t per cent available chlorine or XS per cent I'. S. I' .-.treiigt h. Apricots. 'Vi color brand. Job bei, V.eo. K. Newell cX Co., Mm lieapolis, Minn. Adulterated in that thev contain excessive amount of sulphur dioxide. 1'cacli preserves. Xo-Vary brand Distributed by Nu Van Products Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Mis branded in that it is not labeled for net weight. Oysters. Stiltau brand. Jobber, Raymond Uro.-,. Clark Co. Lincoln, Nebr. Misbiauded in that it. is not labeled for net weight. Coffee. M. Santos brand. Man ufactured by K. B. Miller X: Co., Chicago, 111. Misbrandcd in that net weight is inconspicuous and al most invisible. Corn. Pearl Drop Brand. .XIan tifactnred by Norfolk Packing Co. Poultry Food. Biiby Chick start Norfolk, Nebr. A-lnlterated in er. Manufactured by Northrup, '''at of several can opened by in King & Co.. Minneapolis, Minn, jspector and in laboratory all were Misbranded that it is not labeled spoiled. for guaranteed analysis. 1'eas. Marrowfat No. 1. Job Poult rv Feed. Sterling Poultry ^fr Andrew Kuehu Co., Sioux Falls Mash. Manufactured by Northrtip Misbranded in that a case of 25 King & Co., Minneapolis, Minn, leans they were not labeled for net Misbranded in that it is not labeled for guaranteed analysis weight. Catsup. Menu Brand. Jobber, Ramond Bros Clark Co., Lincoln, Nebr. Adulterated in that it is composed in part of decomposed vegetables. Pure Cider Vinigar. brand Jobber. Ramond Bros. Clark Co. Lincoln, Neb. Adulterate!- in that it contains only 3.4 per cent actic ucid which is approximately three fourths of required strength. Catsup. Sinton brand. Jobber, L. B. Albright & Co., Pierre, S. I). Adulterated in that it is composed in whole or in part of filthy aud decomposed vegetable substance. Catsup. Leader brand. Jobber, L- B. Albright & Co., Pierre, S. D. Adulterated in that it is composed Catsup. Allen Square Brand. Manufacturer J. H. Allen & Co., St. Paul, Minn. Adulterated in that it contains in whole or in part of decomposed vegetable matter. contiun 40 ]er cent alcohol and found to contain only 32.5 per cent. alcohol. em iterance Beer. Manufactur ed by the Hamburger Co., Chicago, 111- Misbranded in that it is not labeled for net measure ol contents. cane sugar and .i per cent corn starch, appearing on the side of the I package removed from the princi pal label, is not sufficient to correct the wrong impression caused bv the statement on the principal label. Raw 1,induced Oil, sold hv the Kansas City I il and Paint Co.,' Omaha, Neb., adultctaled in that contains mineral oil. 1, (11 v, I'rary, do hereby certify that the aiticles included ill 1 he lorcgoing list have been examined bv niv-cli or my assistants and found tu be adulterated or mi., branded within the meaning of I In laws of Sollt Ii I lakota. YJ* St. Paul, Minn. Adulterated in ,z„ that it consists in whole or in part of discomposed vegetable substance. I '.tiv (Frarv, State Food and Drug. Com. Subscribed and sworn before me this 'I nay of August, I'M 5. C. I. Vaughn Notary Public. Wedding Guests Poisoned. I'liirty live wed lin^ quests :tl To! I.'tiul. KN.. su flVivi I fi-oiii itoin:tin'S :itt»n in vhi'-kvii salad. The bride jrnoiii osenpo«! liecause (OD nervous to eat. John L'njiuca ilaz-i iiarkvr 22y rtjoir.a« K. .stmon M&rpiva'aiatika Cbari^x Qo'.i.n Aaua IioOtri- 117 aj 1 ,v a vr t'iüi Baking Powder. Donnell's brand Jobber, Gerhard Bros., Watertown. Adulterated in that it shows only 9.34 per cent available carbon diox ide, which shows it to be deficient in leaveing power. Imitation extract of Vanilline, Vanilla, Tonka Coumarin. Purity brand. Jobber, Win. Tackaberryi Co., Sioux City, la. Misbranded 1 in thatjit is labeled to contain 20 per cent alcohol and contain only A V-«$: h/jy tus UiU 7!i littT 1015 How ird Ht'iaarth ... Daniel '.V:i- ,n or llvyaku No. 155 111 r.i Tz x.t.\. it v.t k. C-t.-k A'.UiUtiV* to 5 an 1**7 12.S per cent alcohol. Kxtract of Vanilla. Peerless brand. Manufactured by Thom son Taylor Spice Co.. Chicago, 111.: Misbranded in that it is la'oeled to H'uij 3y.*v 2 WfiJ iv. v.i v» 3,4 W»'"j A']***. nr, »19 Blackberries. Victor brand. Man ufactured by the John Boyle Co., Baltimore, Md. Misbranded in that net weight is not shown in conspicuous type, but simply im pressed on label without printing. TetetM* vv ti: ufk 1ÜO W2. 1131 ot 468 974 Vinegar. Manufactured by Craw ford Fruit & Produce Co., Craw ford, Neb. M-i^b/awled in that it is a com poll ri( viwtfjjar and .not so labeled. H-zmfAt was was coni[os ed of a mixture 349 104? Li»uu uyat ,/V,. 001 9 Sar*b 79-491 John Oft«?/ 815 Ell«. »OWY» 6.11 ,, ,,, Mr». dic.tilled vinegar and cider vinegar. Confcctionerh. Sugar. I'.dgan brand. Manufactured by w. Edgar & Sons, Detroit, Mich Misbranded in that it is labeled "confectioners sugar" and the statement contains 97 per cent CXAVM »H 1140 700 861 lu&i I I S I S S O N S A N A TOBACCO FOR BELGIAN! Cowboys of Montnny Send Cons.gn mcnt to Rei'cf Commiss.on. "Kr lie !'elit\v w! are I ill limy lot a sni"],«' and tirw 1. Hari.er. Hü lin.irs, .Moni.. I' S A.. I) -1 'II." This was the uii'y -leu I" 1 lie lily -if iK i,i" !,. -|iia ::iesi '''»nsi-.N: hlellls I re«vi\e-! 11,\ the roill III iS ivi Tor elirl' in I'.. The ahme ii siripli'ii v. a vii leu an acltliv la- I'ound in a !ar~" shi|'|-ing -:i-.e thai hail l.reli .-.,•111 If.'III S, all l'\ li!. was Mini v\ ii li .in a.svuri n.i iH uj' inua eo. im-itnling 177. [u-umls era I vi'oss hi t'i il \vni!'i"-l |»afka'-:e-. ^in'k!ng [UP Sale of Indian Lands. Department of ihr Intvriur, Tinted Stille?. Indian Service. Sisseton Indian School. Sisseton. 5. D. IJndt'r the rules and regulations approved hy tiie Secrrtary of the interior Uctoher iL1, llflo. ihr following described land is offered for sale to the highest, bidder under sealed bids on the dales mentioned. IJids will be received at the otlice of the superintendent, at Sisseton Agency, sisseton, S. D. until '2 o'clock p. in. of tin* day of sale, at which hour they will be opened. Kach bid Must lie accompanied by a duly ('ertilied Check on some solvent bank, payable to the order of K. D.Mossman, superintendent, for ten per cent of the amount offered as a guaranty of the bidder's faithful performance of his proposition. 1 the bid shall be accepted and the successful bidder shall with in thirty days after due notice fail to 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 (hen show the date of opening)" but the description of the land 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 nior than one allotment he must submit a separate bid for each allotment lie desires to purchase, and if he wishes less than an entire allotment, he must submit, a bid for one or more legal sulxlivisions of such allotment. Under no circumstances will the Superintendent or other olticers in charge or any person connected wit an agency oltice or the Indian Service be permit led to bid or to make or prepare any bid or assist any prospective bidder in preparing his bid. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. Bidders, owners and oilier interested persons may be present when the bids are opened. i'urchaser shall pay all costs of conveyancing, and. in addition, the follow ing sums, towit: If the purchase price is or less. $l.o0: if it be more than $1000.00 and not more ihan $2000 00, oo il the purchase price is more than •iriOOO.OO, $U.f0, these io he used in payment of advertising the lands. No bids for less than the appraised value will be considered. Land sold in accordance wiih the provisions of these regulations will be con veyed direct to the purchaser by l'ATENT IN FKH SIMVLKfrom the United Stales. 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 ol leased tracts advertised. For further information apply in person or by letter io the undersigned. E. D. MOSSMAN. Supt. and 8. D. Agent. Sisseton, s. D. in whole or in part of decomposed NONCOMPETENT INDIAN LANDS TO I5E SOLD FOR CASH, vegetable substances. Listed for salu Aug. 213, 11115. Mids to be opened Oct. 21), 1915. Catsup. No-Vary bra tributed by No-Vary Products Co., Allotment I :s- so. Name of Allottee ipliiH'fi', rai !. IXMLC ol' ei t: I I Iiaec. v.* r*:'4 1". 1L'5 II, 52 w. 5i is«: Ul. b'/i Of /IV1-«. 8 10. f-XpifUS 10 I .. vf «*-%. t» 4. i. 12'I u. 53 w. 5th p. t* t'/t of ii\\'i. 23, 1. 121 •.'* .Vf ii:Ji u. hi w, 5i p. m. I i- W. iil.ti .. WHAL J'IT^ TUL ULTFV FIV, V- U. I y. ivw wv*? -wVv v! M'.'ii, t- 3ü. a Di'scription ul land At of s. IV. 121 n. fit w, rtli p. rn. nw1.. of nclf an neJ-4 of nw)-4. 2H. t. lJn n. r7»l »v. r»th p.m. h-asvtl expires I.', 1,OL Nu. :t. tv'. n.w. nLh p. in IIw*4 of ew'i s2(.i, 12'i u. r.V w. 51h t). m. ... nu'A o? nwl4 Xi, fJO II, leiiseil, t'xpircM lo-l I7 L,ot No. *i. I. 121 ii, fiiw. ot I» p. ui. oil L.it uiiil e'/s of .«»w '4. 2w. 121 n.r.iUw, nw'X'of iiw 'L F.2'1. 124 ti. "x ,27 I,. I Lv»rj V« I.t.vtitl t'.yy vi ttuti of ,,W| 13. I 121 II. X» vl 1 ni 1 «4 und Vt |yi %'(J. a k.'/) w'jti Marth» liiirtB#**. W*iu,v bvtustk#*y*/wti It j1 S&rsbisß#si*sy U' l': I• «jnai.lily of ei-aiell'' papers i:i lu»)U Irls, I Wo gn»SS of I ill UtX.-« lilieil Willi S' Ot. smif!' an-J seven l"i\es uf A ll lioliuh he «Immission m:nle ev ry iininiry. ii is nn.ihle to Iran- h uit'l t'anh«*r lia. than Si-attle. Now e\ er. it. is Uelie\ vl (hat tin- rase is I ari of a i• ojisi111111• 111 sent last No einher I'roin Hiiiinu'S, Mont., to Si allie hy lie «-owheys ami altle 1'anuer of .Molilalia ami Wyoming, ami that (!. L. P.arker of Hillings was not tin sole 'lojjor. Thai the "hoys" of I lit* xvvstvrn plains eoiieeiv ed the iilea ef semlim to llie "fellows" in ilelginni. who perhaps had not had a smoke or a hew since In* hvuinning of he Furo penn war. some r«-al solare, there is lit I lle doubt. NU 3000 100 3&-Ü so isoo u' sw .» 4, I" U«: of .s *4 .S l!i, I! 1- n. :-«v! w-K yJ 4 12N n. in. o» v. vl ||Vl4 of su 80 240" 77.S iOOO '4 und At Wi li. 5-' w, nl-h IUSV kv.*•« ii'tity PI-y.vi iU-I It'll .'1200 4 too so 240.) 51 il p. is.i usj V.« V*'.Nv "j. & JT, 12', n. :,:t w. 5ih p. II, r,3 vs- 5lh p. til vuL p. UJ. •lo.ito 10 I0U 4000 WiU of S.|^. 28. I 124 li, UJ' vn nel-ij uo'i .«xplrus H. n, 53 »1 ii p. in. 01 **'4 1* 23 unit nwi^ of iiw'4, INHERITED 8H03AN LAND TO BE SOLD FOR CASH Listed for itaic A.'Jv Z'j, I'Jl'j. OD« fjl tiVXiCWi. ai-Vi o? Agi3«r* Kr*,vn ASfTJ«?» .. General Hardware AVald vm 80 2ik) :to 80 tiikt .*0 w. .',u p. m. teae -expires 10-1-1») e1,' of iiv -V S Ü7, UJ N!0 I'Jf. ii, .VJ w, fth p. in. W ,'iiii p. in... Klias Dr .-L-r orK'vt'rajiyanke. nej'4 of se,1^. •». 12G n. Y2 w. "iih t. in. ... 4i SOU liuisw (joodbird w'/j if ihe 31 127 n. r»: ."»th p. in. SO ILMO Paul Wim: nwyA of ncfV. ». 127 n. :tli p. in 40 1 Lion Kinma Tuinu/aUaii of seVi. 17. 127 n. r:t vv, 5th p. tu NO uu) Joim Ituttulo se 1'4' Salutn White ne! st ,z. si. 12«, n. 52 w. 5th p. in. 40 X00 NONCOM PETENT INDIAN LANDS TO BE SOLD ON DE FERRED PAYMENT PLAN. Listed for stile Aug. 2o, 1015. Bids to be opened Oct. 29,1915. Allotment Nfcrjir. *j? Doserl piion ef l.antl K»xc.y v. rz* -iftu*- ol ne' utnl lot «, 20 ami ti FT 21. 12'» II. r»3, 4 ill |i. in viv. i. 'a -»f nwx. 124 n. r.Vi 'ti ow». s:u. i'Jj n. 52 io tie1 of nuk lü. I VJti n, r.2 w. fith p. in 4U 1000 ol sw i4z. 21,1 121 N. .Ml w. 5th p. 111.... 40 ik)0 2800 V2iK) Jli.js to be opened Oct. 29, 1915. ut-y, atj«i ui, of uwi.., a ^0 S/Zi.tekui. TU. usu 6W14. n, V23 5iVVv. Kth p. H«:01 |SO0 2N"i pioi» 52 w, 5th p. in 40 /*'Ji "y-' i'. 123 n, r5l w. 5U« p.m.... 40 Mi«l 4 of 11 iv 1 s3 r5 n. 52 w. and *'4"'.»»it.»SI. I litt '». Mil 11. 111. .. 150.11 o"uZL"*% s'-4 "lul,1.0use 11 II IV. :,th p. in. ion 'I v* Ol lieiV iiild nfV, of -»•1Iii 11.1-m W.5th'V III 18» or in 1170 uwi. V», 1129 n, Mh 'ii 80 61 1 u.''r'ti"w:"a»u '«•K"o'r r-'1 llv uf si:i 122 52 w, 5lh -«T. SO,. I „A »'A .A SS'of 1 160 241*1 i!W7»'«.'"i"iÄ j) in 153.12 4'Sö0 und se'4 uf neij-*. 's 1 N,°- 01 .jtli v. Hi Ampwloui-wlfi Aogle Lslkrll« KtrUxy vM 121 «-, I' in. 1 INHERITED INDIAN LAND TO BE SOLD 70.77 :tys« 6i s!'t"i24i».'r Vi w. »nil 5 "im Sotswk.s at, 12:, 11, 156.1N 3»K) "Vi 100 I*-'/ 1'^ ii r'rs'w, rtii P. ill.... 40 a 3-ÄXJ 1200 1 5 1 ON m. I DEFERRED PAYMENT PLAN ,l5?: M» to be opened Oct. 29. 1915 1 1 8 a 8 MOTOR FAR TO WAR. Canadian» Make Long Trip on Way to the Front. New York. Kotiert Prank, thirty years old, an accountant, and George Morlvy. forty-flve years old, an engi neer, both Englishmen, arrived here after traveling from Saskatoon, in the Canadian northwest, a distance of 2,003 miles, 011 a motorcycle with side cradle. They were on their way hack to England to enlist and sailed for Liverpool on the Adriatic. Krank has served nine years in the British army in the West Yorkshire regiment and will enlist as a dispatch rider with his motorcycle. His part ner will volunteer for the transport service or in the munitions depart ment. "We left Saskatoon on June U." Frank said to a reporter, "carrying a tent, stove and three grips, which, in cluding ourselves, weighed pounds. Our machine can go eighty live miles an hour without the cradle, which reduced the speed to thirty-live miles. We had only two punctures the whole way. which was pretty good, considering the rough roads in North Dakota and Minnesota, which were too awful for words. The rains in those states were heavier than had ever been known before and detained us ten days at Botineau, three days at Grand Korks and two days at Kargo. We followed the old Yellowstone trail and camped in our tent the whole time, which made it very enjoyable. The only drawback was the thick black mud in North Dakota and Minnesota." 121» l(Xk 121.=» Val SW '6. l(U).tV 2409 40 SO 1280 11 IUI •10.."'! ItH 2:itk) IV im*) 100 :i2oo DREAM CALLS WAR NURSE. Miss Thomson Sails After Vision of Wounded Fiance. New York.-Miss Kllzntictti M. Thom son, a Scotch nurse whu has ing ut 113 West Eighty-fourth street, sailed on the White Star liner ArnMc on her way to the Durdanelles to do Red Cross work. Miss Thomson had dream that her fiance, Roger Knox, who went to the Dardanelles with the troops few months ago, had been wounded severe ly, and it made her so uneasy that sliu packed her trunk and telephoned to the White Star line otlice at 0 Broadway to have a cabin reserved for her. HIS DIMES CAME BACK. How a Kansan Proved Honesty The McCormick Binder Is Not New, but Improved It has kept main of its old valued features and discarded those which were found less serviceable, replacing them with more practical and serviceable devices. The McCormick binder has kept its original points of strength in all wearing parts. It has kept its valuable reel construction that gathers grain on platform, and ties it into a.bundle neater and better than any other binder made. 11 has kept its Bundle Carrier, the one thai, ahvas is easy to operate for the dri ver and the one that always drops the bundles in a hunch like a shock. The improvements are the Knatter 1 lead which is now an entirely new device. It is simple to adjust and is guaranteed to tie every bundle The heavy pipe frame parts and supports are discarded and replaced with angle steel liars. You should investigate this binder before you place your order for anv as a good binder is the greatest money saver you can have on your farm. W carry a luil line ol 7 and S foot binders set up in our yard, and arc pleased to show the many good features of this machine to prospective purchasers. THOMPSON'S HARDWARE 1.IMU day evening. All are cordially invited these services. of Stranded Harvesters. 1 Iutrhhisou. Kan.— "Hread scattered 1111 tiie waters'' is beginning to return to a Hutchinson man who lent a helping had to harvesters stranded in Hutchin son. Kacli day for nearly a week Wilier Jordan, a wealthy Hutchinson man. distributed ten cent pieces among tho Jarge number of harvest hands gather ed hole awaiting work. Ho asked 110 questions, but gave each man a dime. ,Ionian repeated It daily during tho rush tho following week. The harvest, now has started, and most of these men a re working ill the wheat liehls. The mail Is beginning to bring Jor dan's dimes back to him. Quite a num ber have been sent back to him by the harvesters, who are now repaying him from their first earnings. In some cases the men inclosed extra sums for "interest." Nicholas Bird, commissioner of the board of charities, had 11 similar expe rience. Several of the men whom he lind assisted are now sending in remit tances making repayment. One man whom he had helped leave town, buy ing a railway ticket, remitted the full amount with Interest. Each Arrest Costs More. Progressive fines for drunkards are in force at Bellefontaine. O.—$5 to start with aud $5 added for each sub sequent offense. Don't forget to send the clIil- dren on time ior their service. attendance at these services, thistlu',r,l5s'(-'"f "K: J"'1«1' last Sabbath in August. IH'VII liv Methodist. All regular services Sunday and we cordial invite all who have no church home in Sisseton to wor ship with us. Morning worship at 10:3o. Sunday School at 11:45. Kpworth League at 7 p. m. Evening service at 8. The last quarterly conference will be held Sept. 18. Rev. II. O. Jacobson from Milan, Minn., will hold morning and evening services at the Otto school house Sept. 5th. LOCAL MA UK KT Wheat 03c Du ram !)"Jc Rye 80c Barley 41c Oats 27c Flax. $1.48 Butter, lb 2tic Eggs, doz 15c Sisseton Druggist Pleases Customers F. P. Maldauer reports custom ers greatly pleased with the QUICK action of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler i-ka. This simple remedy drains the old foul matter from the bowels soTHOROUCHthatONESPOON FUL relieves almost ANY CASE of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. It is so powerful that it is used successfully in appendicitis. Adler-i-ka never gripes and the INSTANT action is surprising. if twine is right. BIG ENROLLMENT AT Granger Business College ABERDEEN, S. D. Monday, Sept 6 Church Notes. Episcopal Sunday August 29, at 4:00 p. in. Evening Prayer and Sermon. Rev. Riieo will preach Monday August 30, 9. a. in., holy com• limnion. Presbyterian. Morning Worship at 10:30. Junior Congregation 11:110 Sabbath School at 11.45. Christian Knduavor at 7:15. Kvcning service a *:00. Prayer meeting every Thürs- Sisseton, S. D. Write For Our Free Catalogue NUTll'K IIKAK1NC, l'KTITION FOR I.IvT TKHS OK ADMINISTRATION. State of Smith Dakota, County of Roberts, ss. In Comity Court. In the niatti-r «f the Instate of A. N. Mathews. The Stute of South Dakota sends ureetinir lo Harriet W. Mathews David A. Mathews: Wil liam H. Mathew: J. I.. Mathews: Charles P. Mathvw Roy 1.. Mathews: Stella S. Mathew* Sarah K. Mathews, heirs at law and next of kin of A, It. Mathews, deceased, and to all io whom thee |»reeiit- may come. Notice i* hereby Kive" that David A. Mathews ha*« filed with the Judue of this Court, a petition prayinvr for Letters of Administration of the Ktate of A. H. Mathews, deceased, and that Monday, the Hth das of September. 1-M5. at the office of the County Judye in the City of SisscloA. County of Roberts, ha* been set for hearing said petition, when and where any person intere-ted I may appear a'ld show cause whv the said peti tion should not be granted. Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota, this J.trd dav of August, A. D. l'»15. H. M. KNIGHT, .Indue of the County Court. Howard llabcock. Attorney for Petitioner. (10-12) NOTICH TIMK APIH.INTKD FOR VRO I VI NC, WILL. KTC. lu County of Roberts, State of South Dakota In County Court. ln^ the Matter of the Kstate of (lie Ostenson, tO I 'I'he State of South Dakota sends Greeting to '. l:iw m'xt of I' Let us have it record summer S"'""'«»'. -'«h j'ny ki"vf ,lk' o„tvnson. I'ursu.-int tu .'ill unlur ,.'f suid Court, mailt: on 1 the uth dav ot July. V'lx notice is hereby uiveu AHKU»I. A. n. I 1915. at ten ehx in the forenoon of said day, uf court, in thv City ot Sisseton. in Roberts County. South Da- kota. haw hven appoint«.-»! a the time and place for proving the will of *aul Ole 0lensou. lvcva vl, and for hearing the saitl petition for probate thereof ami the issuance of letters testamentary therein, when and where any person may appear and contest the same. Dated July 30. 1"15. By thi' Court: 11. KNIGHT, Attest: Judue. K. Nelson, Clerk. (Seal» Itattertoti jv Hunde Sisseton. South Dakota, Attorneys for Petitioner (7-lo) xoTicK ov i:.xi:ci TION SAI.K. Vmlcraurl hy virtue of an execution duly is sued out uf and under the seal of the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit in and for Roberts County. South Dakota, in an action wherein Christ Christens«n is plaintiff and A. Carlaw defendant, I have levied upon the fol lowing described real estate, to-wit: I.ots one 1. two (J). three (.*. four l-U, live (5). and six (ij, of Block sixty-seven H7t. of the City of Dated Auyust UM5. SKMMOII. South Dakota, according to the official plat of the Town of Sisseton, South Dakota, and now hold the same thereunder. Notice i* hereby «iven that I will sell on the hth lay of September. K'15, at one o'chxrk in the allernMn of that day, at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Sisseton. South Da kota. offer for sale and sell the alxive described real estate at public auction to the hiebest bidder for cash to satisfy said execution of 1'our Hun dred Fifty-six Dollars and Seventy cents i45f.7ni, together with the costs of the sale, unless the same is sooner satisfied as provided bv law. J. I.. MINDKR. (7dn) SherilT of Roberts County, South Dakota. BIDS WANTED. ONli STORY I1KICK HI I I.DI NC,. iCnrm-uic I.ibrarv). Sisseton. S. D, The nnderii:ne«l hereby gives notice that sealed proposals for the erection of a Carnegie Library building, including all labor and materi al will be received by the Library Hoard until the hour of S I». M. on the 30 day of August. 1915. All bid- must in strict accordance with the plans and specifications prepared by r,eo. Issen hutli. architect, of Huron, South Dakota, which tuny be seen at the office of Architect and at the Secretary of the Library Hoard and mnv also be seen at the Rudders' Exchange in Minneapolis. Hiiis for the heating pltnt ami plumbing in ac cordance with plans and specifications lo rt ._ ceived on same date. A certified check for 5 per cent of the amount of bid. payable to the City Treasurer of Sisseton must accompany each bid as a guaranty, the same to IK.-returned to unsuccessful bidders im mediately on letting the contract- The partv to whom the contract is awarded will le required to give satisfactory bond for the faithful pre formaiicv of the contract. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. MRS. K. J. TVRNF.R, Chairman. R. F. SONSTKGARD. Dated August 4th, 1915. Secrctar)^^ DR. J. FJERESTAD, D. C. Lady Attendant Office it) New Grand Building Phone 254 Sisseton, S. D.