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Charlie and Mary.
A 84(1,(1111^1101) moving picture! corporation muiging almost all tin existing companies, lias been] launched and formal announce mem will he made soon. Mary l'icklord and Charlie Chaplin are contracted with, Man at $(00,0i0! :i year and Charlie at $60,),(0i)| a year. It is reported that the American Tobacco, the Standard I'l'e shape o! Oil and othei corporations are, financing the picture corporation. bettor burses- It wi annual event on the first la,y in une Gu.v 10. Morrison, live stock' specialist of depaI'lnienti iirges ota owners ol pure bred stallions to make tins one of the big days ol the year by showing in the towns ol their county. This will advertise the stallions and give the la rinei opportunity to choose lor service stallions which [licet, their approval. This will also creale more interest, 0i better horses. S sSjä, owned the extension The new spring styles seem to deal wilh "disappearing'" things in general. A hi. Paul linn advertis es. disappearing beds for sale: a New l'.llington woman has a dis appeanug husband, and the Stand ard editor lias a,.disappearing bank account. Why She Blushes. And Bob with whom she swam. There's Jack -she used to golf wilh And Steve who called her "lamb There's Ted, the football man she order. '. And Dan of Tenuis days. There's Hubert, yes, and blond Eugene, Tliev took her oft to plays. And there is Harry, high school 1 beau With whom she used to mush, No wonder she's a Mushing bride, Ye gods! she ought to blush! THANK YOUR GROCER if he asks you to try a can of BAKING POWDER ,, A brands to rec ommend from experience. «NCAt« E Hogwallow News A good many went to hear what the Hog I-'onl preacher had to sav about the present, pant and inline last Smulav. I Iis sermon was in teresting and instructive, and lie 0 a S 1 with a new hat on. 1 1 1 1 1 ill South Dak 'lie Dog Hill church. bl'ide, Tliev tell us of the blushin .. Who to the alter goes, Adown the aisle of a church Between tile lricnd-filled rows. There's Billv whom she motored with attention until a rival attraction appeared The Hogwallow citizens and those around here are not bother ing so much about the prevalence of the hookworm as tliev are the scarcity of fishing worms. Sisseton is one of ninety points in forty-lour counties where a "better stallion day" will he held on Saturday June iird. This feature will be under the direct ion ol the state college extension department and has for its pur pose the stimulation of a desire Washington Hocks has made up be an Sim Flinders returned Tuesday with a lot of wild flower He has planted them in and thinks he can tame them. 1 1 1 1 run for some good easy Sutui- otlice, he having done the public many favors in tile past years that stock deserves reward. He will probalr office of treasurer of Luke Mathcwsla is very much I interested in the way the various I harvester trust suits in the 1". S.I come out in the courts, as he lined to own a thresher himself. Miss Rcsyola Moselev is making the clocks in that Section in good eluded to wear a short coat from now on, in order that everybody may see. A wild hog has put in its appear ance around the post office to bother the Postmaster for the summer. lie says he and the rest of the Democratic party are hav ing a hard time and lots to con tend with these d-n s. Washington Hocks had just left a tree the other day when it was struck by lightning. He says if a person will always take the pre caution he will never get killed. goes fishing he says he will be BAKING heavily armed. He made this an I PfiVfnpB nounceuient the other day when he appeared at the postoffice after having been to the creek to open He wants to do Il 5 .o" of spring fishing season. He says J/VIU vt iuVUl ever seen in this section, and that heknowswhat lf1 :"xlrtn,Kglf1,6 FOR REPRESENTATIVE To the voters of Roberts County. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination of Repiescntative of the Republican party before the l'rimai ies May 23rd 1V1 and respectively solicit your votes. Youis Sincerely, 1 herself taller by wearing an up right hat with tall feathers on it. The dogs along the road are! merely wasting their time wlien tliev bark at the Mail Carrier, be cause lie does not pay any alten' tion lo them. Atlas I'eck says it is very infer-! cm ing to watch liic ants at work in large droves, running to and lro on the ground, but that it is a hard matter to tell just what they are trying to do. l" Sidney Hocks, who has been ae-1 the primaries May 23rd. cused of carrying concealed we a a il 0,1 tile bank and was about to hit it in the head with a fence rail when the fish attacked him with its tail and knocked him down several times, l-'inallv the fish escaped to the water, and though Jefferson stood 011 the bank with renewed determination and a large club, the fish didnot return. Jefferson I joined the Baptist church in 1882. Never was there a better chance than now under Xor beck font 11 the republicans in this state tu line up and be* a unit in this campaign. But in order to insure this Ewert, Burke, Richards and a fe such should be muzzled and caged until the November polls are closed—Waubay Ad vocate. Fred Kvander FOR SHERIFF 1» I-'ru/.ie Allsop Miss To The Voters of Roberts County: I hereby annoiv'ec myself as a candidate for the Republican Nom ination of Sheriff of Roberts Colin ty, South Dakota, at the Primaries on the J.ird day of May 1916, and respectively solicit your support. Vours truly, James McC.ee. FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY. plants To The Republican Voters of Rob his yard erts County. I hereby auounce that I am a candidate for a second term as State's Attorney of RohertsCounty, subject to the will of the voters at the May Primary. If mv record of the past year has met with your approval, I solicit your support. C. R. Jogcnson. Tu tile Voters of Roberts County: hereby announce myself as a candidate lor the Republican nomination for Representative from Roberts Comity at the Primary Kleetion on May it/ird, 111 Hi. and respectfully solicit your .support. Very truly Carsten lvg'gen- For Representative, fef I hereby announce myself as a ca:, lidat for nomination for the state legislature from Roberts county subject to the will of the republican voters at the primaries av At 1. Ole Mo, vS'Sv 'liltSlliniuit S. 1) FOR JUDGE 1 hereby announce my candi dacy for the nomination to the office of County .1 ndge of Roberts County, South Dakota, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the primary election to be held the fourth Tuesday in.May 111 Hi. Krank- R. Mclxenna. 1 I Columbus Allsop will take his. bass fiddle to Tickvillc Saturday evening to play for the thunder- storm scene in. Lie .show., at the opera house. Tu the voters of Roberts County The Clock Peddler has decided I 1 1 ,.Hrr )-V "".""""X ,, ,, candidate for State senator for lo come through Hogwallow about f^.u.M-ts County at the primaries every eight days instead of going Tuesday May L'iJ, subject to the around through the Calf Ribs I will of the Republican voters, neighborhood, he having put all 8 1 support is respectfully 1 He says so per-! feet is his knowledge of a clock that he can take one in perfect running condition and find some thing the matter with it. Andrew Marvicli. FOR COMMISSIONER. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Commis sion from First District and re spectfully solicit your support at -j Wm. Peter FOR REGISTER OF DEEES To the Voters of Roberts County. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the Republican Nom ination of Register of Deeds of Roberts County South Dakota at the primaries on the 23rd day of May 1916 and respectfully solicit your support. Yours Very Truly, John M. Swanberg. FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS To the Voters of Roberts County: I hereby an notice myself as a Candidate for the Republican Nom illation of Register of Deeds of Roberts County, South Dakota at the Primaries on the 23rd day of May 1916. and respectfully solicit The next time Jefferson Pollocks your support. Yours Truly, L. M. Larson. Summit, S. I). FOR TREASURER To the voters of Roberts County. hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination of County Treasurer of Roberts County, South Dakota, on the Republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters at the Primaries to be held May 23rd 11)11) and respectfully solicit your support. O. E. Lien. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS To the Voters of Roberts County. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for renomination for the office of superintendent of schools of Roberts County. Your support at the May primary is very heart ly solicited. Yours Very Truly, J. Willard Thomas. FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the Republican nom ination of Sheriff of Roberts Coun ty, South Dakota at the Primaries on the 23rd day of May, 1916, and respectively solicit your support. Ii. A. Nyberg. For Sale—Ten large full blood Plymouth rock hens. Inquire at this office or phone 130. THE sissi:r )N WK!•:KI.V STA NDAliD FOR REPRESENTATIVE To the voters of Roberts County. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination ol representative of the Republican party before the primaries Max 25 1916 and respectively solicit your votes. Yours Sincerely, A. O. Overbv. FOR CO. TRKSuRER To the voters of Roberts County I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination of County Treasurer of Roberts County on the Republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters at the primaries to be held on May 23rd, 1916. I shall appreciate vottr support on tll.it date. Yours Very Truly, Anton Jydstrup. FOR CO. TREASURER. To the voters of Robeits Count v. I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor the otlice ol Treasurer of Roberts County at the Primaries in Mav and respect fully solicit the support of I he Republican volcrs. Clias. Tisch. FOR SHERIFF To tlie voters of Robeits Ccttnty: I announce myself as a candidate for the Republican nomination of Sheriff of Roberts county at the primaries on the 23rd day ol May 19)0, and respectfully .solicit vom suppoit at that time. .- Sincerely yours, (. A lohnson FOR CLERK OF COURTS To The Republican Voters ol Rob erts County. I hereby anounce nivseh a can didate for the ollicc of Clerk ol Courts of Roberts County, subject to the will of '.lie voters at Primary to be held May 23rd 191fi. I solicit your support on the merits of my record made in the past year. Respectfully, K. Nelson. FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS. 1 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 be held on the fourth Tuesday in May 1916. Klias Monson. FOR JUDGE To the Voters of Roberts County. 1 announce myself as a candi date for the Republican Nomina tion of County Judge for Roberts County S. D., at the Primaries on the 23rd dav of May 1916 and re spectfully solicit your support. Yours Yerv Trulv, H. M. Knigiit. FOR CO. AUDITOR To the voters of Roberts County. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination of 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 23m, 1926. I shall appreciate our support on that date. Yours very Truly, Win. Theiss Ortlev, S. I). FOR AUDITOR To the Voters of Robvrts'Count.y. I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of County Atidtior of Roberts County, South Dakota, at the Primaries on the 23rd day of May lit]11, and respectfully so licit your support. Yours very truly, R. C. Richert. I hereby announce myself a can didate for and renomination for Co. Commissioner for the 1st commis sioner district of Roberts if I k. I T*-5cfe....^_ ••pyrlrhl iTarL st-1: ifi.tf i« Mur Eleven Stores County my record in the past meets with your approval, I respectfully solicit your support at the May Primary. Yours Sincerely, M. L. Saferen For Sale 160 Acres, $26.50 per Acre A small payment down, balance easy terms. Good grain and stock farm at cross roads on main road from Sisseton to Vebleti, fine faims all the way. 1-2 mile from school, Sunday School and meeting, near neighbors, on R. I'\ 1). and phone line. Watered by a small spring creek, 20 acres or more wild mea dow, a good stock farm and a grand view of the surrounding country, 80 acres cultivated, no fence, no buildings. Description: Sj and SKI of SEI and Slii of SWi of Section 20, Township of Iiossko, Roberts County S. D. Geo. Wooley on the east side of road will show you over the land. K. B. Moore, 2429 Cedar Ave., ^Minneapolis, Minn. .• -'-sVf --.XX ••31» v::7 'V* /U-IciXSi l^iH# rV.y,V YiX til iv 1 Vs' —H-'S zWU *1*6=8 .. .J 'I 1W Your Clothes For Spring are Ready I THEY'RE really yours made for -l you, bought for you, priced for you one of the chief things this store is for is to render just this service to you. Hart Schaffner & Marx made the clothes designed the styles put the sound, reliable all-wool fabrics and other materials into them put the fine, careful, hand needlework into them. A Special Invitation to Women We shall be pleased to have you come in and see these new fashions for men and young men. Because most women influence the clothes buying of either a husband, brother, father or son, we feel that you will be interested. You'll find us courteous and business-like, ready and pleased to show the new goods. Olson, Olin & Co. I A The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. Spring Millinery Modes Representing Another Shipment of FISK PATTERNS Many smart new styles favored effects—in straw, Milan hemp and lisere. Practically all of LADIES COME To The on Tuesday Evening for your Shampoo and Massage work. We will also by appointment on other evenings except Saturdays. Prices reasonable. Parcels Post Prepaid the popular colors and combinations of colors in the desired flowered and hair trim, vary from the small hat to the medium, and the extremely large sailors that now bid fair to become so popular. MRS. L. URBAN, Exclusive Millinery 5