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SCHINDLER BROS., Sisseton, S. D.

Baking
Piowder
AbsolutelyPure
Made from
Sream
of Tartar
Derived from Grapes
SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
By Walter Johnson
Subscription .qo Per
The man who gets the few
est letters complains the most
about the management of the
if you had to use it.
You could better afford to pay a
Mogul kwoeene engine.
See the Mogul work on kerosene.
postollice. iys an vxrliiingi-
the m.'in who linds llic fault
lM\ tilC
wit 11 tin- |ivi'iiclivr
least town I'd Iiis -alary I lie
maii who lias lie iiiusl rmil'li'
with 11 is iicigliliiir is I lir inraii-
i't neighbor tlir mail win
lias tin- Ifiist si'ii-i- i.~ 11ii
ciMiri-ili'iI I lie man wil limit
el Iren lias tin
iu' their hri
I I
'aelieli ir knows I
Ii
to manage a wife
man who borrow- hi-
hor' new-paper i- In
jeri
I
ie I
lie pa pel' ha.-.
a
Official Paper of County and City
I luring the past week here
lias been much maneuvering
by various eongresnien for I he
obvious object of what tliey
term the lerman vote." I
fact lie "(lerniaii \ote"
seems to have been the decid
ing factor Willi many of bein
and they are apparently oh
livious|to the fact that there
are also a few Americans who
have the right ol suffrage in
this great country of ours. It
is highly probable that the
American vote will "eut as
much ice'' at the election
next November as the so-call
ed ionium vote." and the
statesman who ignores the
honor and integrity of our
country for the purpose of se
curing the vote of any foreign
element-will find that lie is
going to he called to aecount,
in ii vcry„ unpleasant man tier.
We predict thai before Nov
ember rolls.around will
be only the American vote,
and this will include a great
majority of those whom these
politician statesmen
think they are currying favor
with by criticizing the policy
of our own government.
ter-. Soon about 2(1 rat-'
made their escape lo the out­
side and the dog population
ol the neighborhood was
waiting for them. When the
board lloor was removed it
was loin
id that So dead or
Stllpilied rat- were piled be­
low.— chsler Reporter and
1'armer.
11 on. Andrew Marviclc an
nounces himself as a candi
date to succeed himself as
senator from Huberts county,
lie has served two terms in
the state senate. Tin
nition given Mr. Marvick at
the last session reflects ciedit
upon his county and the fact
that be gave such splendid
satisfaction as chairman upon
the important appropriation
committee will make him a
leader in the next body. It
has come to be recognized
universally that experience is
a necessity in a law making
body and in all states the
practice of retaining capable
legislators has taken the
place of frequent changes.
Mr. Marvick is an asset to
Roberts County and it is for
tunate lie is willing to saera
fice his time and accept an-
Does It Run On Kerosene?
'"pHE most important feature of a farm power
engine today is the fuel it uses.
That, more than anything else, determines
its usefulness and economy.
At present prices of
could not afford to accept
gasoline and kerosene, you
a gasoline engine as a
International Dealer
«-Ms
gift,
big
premium for a
Ask
to show you the difference in fuel cost between a
Mogul in any size from 1 to 50-H. P., and a gasoline
engine of the same size. The figures will surprise
you.
your dealer
ntlii term in the tatc senate.
—Summit Independent.
'I lie eiiiintrv editor lias,
11i'ii111 miiiiientr-: as. Fur in-.'
staiiee liel'iire I
lie M'ilil'.lI'Y
lie ea
ft 11 write Ii im letters
st 1 lieorv hint a hont lie candidacy
up the "our mutual friend." Si am
le-l way:-". Still prouder is
orsl plea-e
farmer.- near Sioux
falls got to di.-ciissiiig the
-•lory recently published in
many papers concerning the
use of the automobile exhaust
as a rat ex term iuator, and a
ria
I was deeii led on. A hose
was attached to tlii
exhaust "_
of a car and run uiulei a
chicken house lloor where
apparently the rodent.- had
taken up Iheii winter quar­
1
wii nl
Hack ward, .-wing bat
ih season if sn11w
I or '211 below. Tin 11 I
III the
ileal of I
lie tropical zo11e
I I I I I
a.-l
till I
11 I am cooked 11
I a111 so tired
freezing my
nose, wearv
chilblains
iI corns on
weary
I I I
trying to sleep
I
heal. .Mister, turn
a I a a I
backward oh time in voiir
I
light. give nie .1 uly again
jllst for !o|light. Soften the
ground where the Frost King
I I 1 1 a a
I
a
a a
a a a
price, weary, si
a
frost bitten pie.
slice of "The
Fourth
.llllv." Iv\.
That Kclilorial Dream.
It was in the small and
silent hours of the night when
all our people were peacefully
recog- reposiiig iu the slumber ol
innocen-e.
The god ol dreams hover
ed over the editorial couch
mil spoke iu soft and glowing
tones of a vacation in the
sweet summer times with A
brain relaxed from the fire
Sonic labors of mental toil,
uid the green slopes of a
beautiful lake abounding with
the finny tribe. And the god
whispered into the editorial
car and this is what it said:
"There are many good peo
ple who owe sundry sums on
subscription. These people
are honest and they mean to
pay, but their minds are en
grossed in weightier affairs,
to the exclusion of the editor
and his needs. But I. the
(rod of Dreams will lay the
hand of wisdom and remem
brance upon these good peo
ple to the end that they will
all give of their abundant
store the little that is justly
due.
hen each good citizen
has handed in the mite that
is due, I, the iod of I)rearns
do decree that when the sun
ny days are come again the
editor shall leave this toil for
a week of rest in some far
nway spot where mind and
heart may regain the strength
and courage for better and
greater things in the days to
conic. And the (iod of
Dreams will bestow his be
nign approval upon all de
linquent subscribers .who
hearken unto this his age and
earnest advice."
If ever a dream comes true,
tlx? editor prays that this may
be the one. And lie has
faith that it will be even so.
Farms to Sell or Rent
158 A, sec. 8,T. 125, R. 51
•od 160 acres, sec. 18, T. 127, R.
51. 90 acres has been in crop on
each. Walter Steers. Browns
Valley, Minn. (38-40)
TUB SISSKTON* WKKKI.Y ST.\M»ARI
Announcements
Ten lliivks
FOR SHERIFF
I
elect if ii is when ilte great men
To The Voters of Roberts County:
I hereby aimoivcx- myself as a
candidate for the Republican Xom-
... illation of Sheriff of Roberts Coun-
niaiked pei-onal. with at v. SotiVli Dakota, at the I'rimaries
I,f oil the _\%rd day of M:iv 19H, and
ie.-|iei'livel\- solicit your support.
1 Yours truh
I
111 the moment when I
he editor re
neigh- plie-. "f'a-h with order,
In
I -. .. james Mi-( lee.
FOR REGISTER OF DEEES
To the Voters nl Roberts CtniiiVv.
1 hereby announce m\se!f as a
candidate for the Republican Nom
ination of Register of Deeds of
Roberts County South Dakota at
mercury the primaries on the -Mid day of
May 1916 and respectfully solicit
your support. Yours Very Truly,
[oil Swanhcru.
ol'l FOR REGISTER OF DEED3
id To the Voters of Roberts County:
I I hereby allnouce nu-ell as a
Candidate tor the Republican X.mi
I
illation of Register Deeds of
feet, tlll'li on I he Roberts County, South Dakota at
the I'rimaries on the 2.1nl day of
oil he 10 16. and respectfully solicit
-win our support. Yours Truly.
I.. I,arson.
Summit. S 1).
O E
1
has lain »Ii. let nie bear
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
To the Voters of Roberts Comitv.
I herctiv iiimounce myself as a
candidate tor reiiommation lor tile
oflice of supei'iutendeut of schools
of Roberts County. Your support
at the May primary is very heart
lv solicited, Yours Very Truly,
I hereby announce my i-undi- Anton Jvdstrup.
tlac.v for tlio nomination to the
olliceol County .1 udge nf Roberts 'FOR CO. TREASURER.
taint\ Smith Dakota, subject. 'p th voters of Roberts CotiiU v.
to tile will ol the kepublican hereby announce invself as a
voters at the primary election to candidate for the office of Treasurer
be held the tourt.li 1 nesilay inMay Roberts County at the Primaries
HUH. Frank K. McKenna.
To the voters of Roberts County
I hereby announce myself a
candidate State Senator for
Roberts County at: the primaries
Tuesday Ma.v L':l. subject to the
will til the Republican voters.
Your siippor. is respectfully
solicited.
Andrew Marvick".
FOR COMMISSIONER,
hereby announce myself
If mv recortI of the past year
has met with your approval, 1
solicit your support.
'fi
C. R. Jogenson.
To the Voters of Rolierts County:
I hereby announce myself as
a candidate for the Republican
nomination for Representative
from Roberts County, at the
Primary Election on May Sitrd,
191(1, and respectfully solicit
your support.
Very truly.
Cars to Kggen.
FOR AUDITOR
To the Voters of Roberts County.
I hereby announce that I a in
a candidate for the Republican
nomination for the office of
County Audtior of Roberts
County, South Dakota, at the
Primaries on the 23rd day of
May 1911», and respectfully so
licit your support.
Yours very truly,
R. C. Richert. I
FOR JODGE
To the Voters of Roberts Count v.
I announce myself as a candi
date for the Republican Nomina
tion of County Judge for Roberts
County S. I)., at the Primaries on
the 23rd day of May 1916 and re
spectfully solicit your support.
Vours Very Truly.
H. Nl. Knight.
For Representative.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for nomination for the
state legislature from Roberts
county subject to the will of the
republican voters at the primaries
May 23rd. Ole Mo,
Summit, S. 1)
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
To the voters of Rolierts County.
I hereby announce myself as a
Candidate for -the nomination of
Representative of the Republican
party before the Primaries May23rd
1916 and respectively solicit your
votes. Youi Sincerely,
Fred Kvander. 31 tf)
J. Willard Thomas.
FOR SHERIFF .M
I hereby announce myself aS
?a
candidate tor the Republican nom
ination of Sheriff of Roberts Coun
ty South Dakota at the I'rimaries
on I he 11 day of May, to lb, and
respectively solicit your support.
Yours Truly.
!•:. A. XvbeiR.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE p»
To the voters of Roberts County:'
1 hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination of
representative of the Republican
party before the primaries May J.t
1910 and respectively solicit your
votes. Yours Sincerely,
A• (I. Overby.
I FOR 00. TRES„RER
To tile voters of Roberts Counts'.
1 hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination ol
County on the Republican ticket,
subject to the will of the voters
at the primaries to be held on May
2,ü(l, M6. I shall appreciate your
I supper' on ih.it date.
Yours Very Truly,
in May and respectfully solicit the
support of the Republican voter:
Clias. Tisch.
FOR SHERIFF,
To the voters of Roberts Ccuntv:
I announce myself as a candidate
for the Republican nomination of
Sherifl ol Roberts county at the
primaries on the J.ird day of May
1Hi, and respectfully solicit your
support at that time.
candidate tor the office ol Conmiis
sioii from First District and re-1
spectfullv solicit your support at I ''r^: TREASDRER
the primaries a 2.ird. To the voters of Roberts County.
FOR STAIf'S ATTORNEY.
To The Republican Voters of Rob
erts County.
I hereby anounce that I am a
candidate for a second term as
State's Attorney of RobertsCouuty.
subject to the will of the,voters at
the May Primary.
Sincerely yours,
announce myself a i„i,. ..
., ..... ,, U. A. lohusou
W.'C. l'eter 1 hereby announce, my.selI'as a
candidate for the nomination of
County Treasurer of- -Roberts
County, South Dakota, oil the
Republicm ticket, subject to
the will of the voters at the
Primaries to be held May 23rd
111Iti and respectfully solicit
your support. O. E. Lien.
FOR CLERK OF COURTS.
To The Republican Voters of Rob
erts County.
1 hereby anounee myself a can
didate for the office of Clerk of
Courts of Roberts County, subject
to the will of the voters at Primary
to be held May 23rd 1910.
solicit your support on the
merits of my record made in the
past year.
Respectfully,
K. Nelson.
FOR CO. AUDITOR
To the voters of Roberts County.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination uf
County Auditor of Roberts County
on the Republican ticket subject to
the will of the voters at the pri
maries to be held on May 23rci,
1926. I shall appreciate your
support on that date.
Vours very Truly,
Win- Theiss
Ortley, S. D.
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS.
I hereby announce my candi
dacy for the nomination to the
office of Register of Deeds of Rob
erts County subject to the will of
the republican voters at the pri
maries to he held oil the fourth
Tuesday in May 1916.
Klias Moil son.
tjuality Cut flowers and nursery
stock, fruit and ornamental trees,
plants for flower beds of any kind,
garden plants, strawberry plants of
the wonderful ever bearing. We
handle the Sterling seeds and our
home grown sweet peas. Every
thing seasonable. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Sisseton Nursery,
Phone 330 [38-41]
I will pay highest market
price for live poultry. Inquire
at Bowling Alley.
G. T. Juveland
THE aoop uuooe SCATS
I DISCOVERED
AMERICA AND
I TOftACCO IN M92.
IF

CHRISTOPHE* COLUMBUS.)
YES,BUT THE UU03EI
DISCOVERED THE
LITTLE CHEW OFW-«(
CUT TOBACCO THAT
LASTS ANO
GREAT! HOW AMERICA
IS THE HOME OF
FREEDOM.
some of your friends haven't been lucky
enough to discover W-B CUT Chewing—the
Ions shred Real Tobacco Chew give them the good
news today.
Tell them to get a poueh and give it a quality test—to
take a small chew—and that they don't need to take a wad
as with the ordinary kind. Tell them also, to notice how
the salt brings out the rich tobacco taste—how it satisfies
Mid« by WEYHAW-BRUTOW COMPANY, 50 Unio» Sq.irt, New York City
JOHN M. SWANBERG.
Dealer in
Men's Women's and Chiklrern's
Dress and Work Shoes.
Up to (late Repair Shop in connection.
SISSETON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
BUY 1914 SEED CORN
Early Minnesota No. 13 Tests 98 to 100 per ct.
Early White Cap Dent 98 to 100 per ct.
Early Carters Yellow Dent 98 to 100 per ct.
Early Small White Deftt *98 to 10(T pef ct.
Early Bloody Butcher sold out.
Order now before it is all gone. All grown in
Roberts Co., S. D., from 15 to 24 years by us.
Write for Samples and Prices
Something New
SATISFIES.
rj'itr
"TWO-FIFTY"
Handy Stationery Cabinet
Cabinet holding 250 Sheets of Letter
Paper and 250 Envelopes.
We will sell this with your name, your
farm name and address printed, or
you can buy the plain paper.
Call and look them over
The Standard Office
SISSETON, S. D.

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