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SUP LEMENT TO
Sisseton Weekly Standard
FRIDAY, APRIL 28. 1916
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
To the voters of Roberts 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. Youis Sincerely,
Fred Evander
FOR SHERIFF
To The Voters of Roberts County:
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the Republican Nom
ination of Sheriff of Roberts Coun
ty, South Dakota, at the Primaries
011 the 23rd day of May 1916, and
respectively solicit your support.
Yours truly,
James McC.ee.
FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.
To The Republican Voters of Rob
erts County.
I hereby anounce that I am a
candidate lor a second term as
State's Attorney of RobertsCounty,
subject to the will of the voters at
the May Primary.
If iiiv record of the past year
has met with your approval, I
solicit your support.
C. R. Jogenson.
To the Voters of Roberts County:
I hereby announce myself as
a candidate for the Republican
nomination for Representative
from Roberts County, at the
Primary Election on May 23rd,
1910, and respectfully solicit
your support. Very truly
Carston Eggen.
For Representative.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for nomination for the
state legislature from Roberts
counts' subject to the will of the
republican voters at the primaries
May 23rd. Ole Mo,
Summit, S.
FOR JÖDGE
I hereby announce my candi
dacy for the nomination to the
office of County Judge 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
V,)1V. Prank McKenna.
To the voters of Roberts County
I hereby announce myself
candidate for State Senator lor
Rmnirts County at the primaries
Tuesday May -!!, subject to the
will of the Republican voters.
Your support is respectfully
solicited.
Andrew Marvick.
FOR COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for the office of Commis
sion from First District and re
spectfully solicit your support at
the primaries May 23rd.
Win. Peter
FOR REGISTER OF DEEES
To the Voters of Roberts County.
1 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
Mav 1916 and respectfully solicit
your support. Yours Very Truly,
.lohn M. Swan berg.
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS
To the Voters of Roberts County:
hereby annouce 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
Mav 1916. and respectfully solicit
your support. ours Truly,
I,. M. Larson.
Summit, S. D.
FOR TREASURER
To the voters of Roberts County.
I 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 beheld May 23rd
lull') and respectfully solicit
your support. O. E. Lien.
FOR SOPERIHTEHDEHT .OF SCHOOLS
To the Voters of Roberts County.
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
•|y solicited. Yours Very Truly,
J. Willard Thomas.
FOR CO. TREASURER.
To the voters of Roberts County.
1 hereby announce myself as a
candidatefor the office of Treasurer
of Roberts County at the Primaries
in May and respectfully solicit the
support of the Republican voters.
Chas. Tisch.
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.
Yours Truly,
E. A. Nyberg.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
To the voters of Roberts County.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination of
representative of the Republican
party before the primaries May 23
1916 and respectively solicit your
votes. Yours Sincerely,
A. O. Overby.
FOR CO. TRESuRER
To the voters of Roberts County.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination of
County Treasurer of Roberts
County 011 the Republican ticket,
subject to the will of the voters
at the primaries to be held on May
23rd,1916. 1 shall appreciate your
support on that date.
Yours Very Truly,
Anton JyUstrup.
FOR SHERIFF
To the voters of Roberts County:
I announce myself as a candidate
for the Republican nomination of
Sheriff of Roberts county at the
primaries 011 the 23rd day of May
1916, and respectfully solicit your
support at that time.
Sincerely yours,
O. A. Johnson
FOR CLERK OF COURTS.
To The Republican Voters of Rob
erts County.
I hereby anounce 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 1916.
I solicit your support on the
merits of my record made in the
past vear.
Respectfully,
K. Nelson.
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 be held on the fourth
Tuesday in May 1916.
Elias Monson.
-FOR J0DG6
To the Voters of Roberts County.
I announce myself as a candi
date for the Republican Nomina
tion of County Judge for Roberts
County S. 1)., at the Primaries on
the 23rd (lav of May 1916 and re
specttullv solicit your support.
Yours Very Trulv,
H. M. Knight.
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 23rci,
1926. I shall appreciate your
support oil that date.
You is very Truly.
Wm. Theiss Ortlev, S. I).
FOR AUDITOR
Tu the Voters of Roberts County.
1 hereby announce that I am
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 Hill), and respectfully so
licit your support.
Yours very truly,
R. C. Richert.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for renomination for Co.
Commissioner for the 1st commis
sioner district of Roberts County
and if my record in the past meets
with your approval, I respectfully
solicit'vour support at the May
Primary. Yours Sincerely,
M. L. Saferen.
FOR
Secretary of State
Republican Primary
WOMAN MAYOR GIVES UP.
Mrs. Aldrich Decline« Office She Won
In California.
Los AngHvx.—Mrs. Kite» Frölich Ahl
rivli. tin1 first woman in California to
be elo'-teil "meyoivss" of city, an
noimcod oil the eve of taking office in
Siiwh'lle that, she would not accept the
post.
"l want a lowly position." Mrs. A Ul
rich suhl. "I want to mingle with the
people and to get tirnt hand from them
their Ideas of how the city of Snwtelle
should be managed and what they
want. The position of 'mayoress* is
too high and too dignified to allow any
one to do this. I prefer to serve Saw
telle as a simple trustee."
JAPS LIKE OKUMA
Considered Representative Char
acter of Oriental Great Men.
CONQUERS BY HIS DIGNITY.
Premier'» Daring Intrepidity and Ex
cellent Nerve and His Lofty Con
tempt of Death Have Won Praise.
Described by a Countryman.
Tokyo.—Should any Javanese lie
asked by a foreigner to point out a rep
resentative character of oriental great
men Japan has at the present time lv
would be inclined to mention the old
count Okutmi, who is now leading
the country during these memorable
epochs of the world's war through the
most perilous seas of International poli
tics.
His magnanimity toward his per
sonal enemy who had actually attempt
cd on his very life, his liberality In ma
tcrial ways toward those who are in
debted or apply to him for assistance,
his unhesitating readiness to shoulder
an.v amount of responsibility If by so
doing there is the least prospect of pro
moting the public weal of the nation,
the grateful treatment of old friends
Photo by American Press Association.
FttEMlEIt OKUMA.
ami early comrades Irrespective of the
heaven and earth difference probably
created in the social position, the high
standard of morality he observes in his
private life, his sterling integrity and
stri« probity, never questioned during
his long public areer of lifty years,
all thes and others support the as
sumption that he ought to be classed
among true and cultivated gentlemen
of the first class standing.
His invariable optimism in the depth
of the gloomiest and mclaiiclioliest sit
nation in which a mortal can find him.
self. Iiis infinite res«.,usefulness in the
face of any lianl.v and intricate prob
lems presented him for solution, his
daring intrepidity and excellent, nerve
and his lofty «ontempt of death that
more than once confronted him, his
resolute firmness to mrry out amid
showers of attacks ami reproach, even
at the expense of his personal safety
and reputation, those plans which he
believed to concord wijji the perma
nent interest of the nation, the calm
serenity of his mind and the tranquil
equanimity of hN hen it and his open
hearted simplicity and friendliness
with any one who is honored with his
interview testify to the undeniable
fact that he is equipped with every
necessary quality that goes to make up
a great hero of oriental pattern.
iit is a man who conquers bv his
person 1 disnity and his overwhelming
sweep-It-a llness. not by the ingenuity
of his artificial skill or the elaborate
device of tine machinations.
As an educationist also he is entitled
to claim the lies! and foremost rink in
view of the distinguished services he
has tendered to the cause of education
in Japan. The Vniversitv of Waseda
under his presidency and other various
schools pertaining to it comprise more
than 10.000 students, while the gradii
at es might count more than ten times
the number. The university, divided
into four colleges (literature, law, tech
nics and commerce', practically ab
sorbs the greater portion of the stu
ilents who do not. enter the govern
mental institution. The Waseda mid
dle school is inferior to no other simi
lar institution, either private or public,
in the excellency of the educational
service as well as in the quality of the
students produced. In the list of those
successful applicants for the entrant"
examination of governmental higher
»schools the graduates from the Waseda
middle school always occupy the most
predominant proportion, a fact most
strongly appealing to the confidence of
the Japanese public.
fount Okuma is also a distinguished
educationist in a different sense of
the word. lie is the great teacher of
democracy. Having belonged to the
minor llizen dan by birth. Ills situa
tion in the Japanese politics has al
ways been somewhat isolated as com
pared with those potentates who en
joyed the effective support and protec
tion of the influential clan of Satsmna
and Vhoshu that took an active part
in bringing aliotit the restoration of
the Imperial |»owcr through the de
ihroueuietiL &.*
*St£
very circumswn that made a demo
crat of him.
tobacco
enjoyment
as you never thought
could be is yours to
command quick as
you buy some Prince
Albert and fire-up a
pipe or a home-made
cigarette!
Prince Albert gives
you every tobacco sat
isfaction your smoke
appetite ever hankered
for. That's because
it's made by a patented
process that
Pittsburgh.—"I want to extend Jin In
vitation to nil ot* Pittsburgh's lovers,
and married imtsihi.s as well, to use the
city parks for 'spooning' if they so de
sire, and, further, any yoltvctmt
(N
cuts out
bite and parch! Prince Albert has always
been sold without coupons or premiums.
We prefer to give quality 1
has a flavor as different as it is delightful.
And that isn strange, either.
Men who
Buy Prince. Albert mvery•
where tobacco is *o!d in
toppy red bags, 5c tidy rnd
tin», 10c hendsom* pound
and half-pound tin huf.u*
dort—and—1 hnt corking tine
pound crystal' :iss humi
dor with soon-moiatener
top that keejjü the tobacco
in such clever trim—alwaysf
ALLOWS PITTSBURGH
PARKS FOR "SPOONING"
Superintendent of Police Extends In
vitation to Boys and Girls and
Married Persons Too.
11
who
attempts to interfere will be 'put on
the books,' on the ground that he Is not
Immune," announced Superintendent
of Police Matthews recently.
"Yes, sir, you can say for me that
'spooning' goes in the parks," contin
ued Superintendent Matthews. it is
in the spring of the year especially that
young hearts turn to love affairs, and
love leads to marriage and huppy
homes, so why not let the boys ami
girls 'spoon?'
EXCHANGES HER 006
FOR RAILROAD FARES
Woman Without Enough Money
Trades Canine For Two
Railway Tickets.
Wichita, Kan.—In the earlier days
bartering was the method of exchange.
The Indians used wompum, leads ami
other trinkets to secure things that
they desired. All the records of bar
tering were placed in the discard re
cently at the Viiittn station, when a
woman exchanged a cullie «log for two
tickets to Fort Worto. Tex.
Mrs. Martha FviiVni. an elderly wo
man, accompanied by her daughter and
a collie dog, entered the office of Z. 15.
Brooks, city passenger agent, and iu
formed him that they wanted to go to
Fort Worth, Tex. lie told them what
it would cost, and they wvre dismayed
They informed him thai it was ur
gent that they go. bin 1 hat they diu
not have sufficient funds to defray their
expenses. They were witting, the wo
man said, to trade the «,111c« dog foi
1 he tickets. Mr. P»roolcs studied the
matter for a moment, attempting to
think of what use lie could put a collie
dog. Nothing came to his mind, and
he said that he would Jind a purchaser,
Mr. Wright, who was at the office at
the time, stated that lie would take it.
The tickets were purchased, and with
a parting pat and sorrowful look they
bid go«m| by to their dog as Mr. Wright
led him a way.
Sugar Cookies.
Two ciipfuls of sugar. two eggs, a
cupful of Inn!, half cupful of
milk.
11
ti'iiKiMHinfwl
ul' i-uiIh,
GENUINE
Hour
two tea
sfKwtifuls of linking powder, four cup
fuls of Hour. Flavor with lemon and
nutmeg. Mix very etnft, roll In flour
mid sugar mixed together.
Paste That Will Stick.
Stir together a pint of gifted floor
and a heaping tablespooiiful of augur
and mix to smooth paste with cold
wmer. ilieii add boiling water until of
the right consistency. Cook three mia
ut vs. This paste will always stick.
The
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the national joy smoke
think
rette
can smoke
T*^safi6?
stir ,:k
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Copyright 1919
Tob» im
On the rrvrrsß till«
of Uiti tidy rod tin
you will
i'vau:
"Pro.
.«•**
fulfilled July
30th. 1907." which
hi.5 limtl:» filn'i'tf mrtt
Sllioiur W'l TO
one smoked before 1 iokü ovrvMiNf» A.ir*
XiuAREVfc tobacco
You never tasted the like of itt
they can't smoke a pipe or roll a ciga­
and
will smoke
Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try
out certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment
coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply.
Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story 1
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N.
DG 3E
if they use Prince
3E
WILSON HAS A DODGE
The following conversation is said to have taken
place on one of the piincipal streets in Sisseton
the other day:—
•'Say John, why is it that W. D. gets all the
livery work out of this town?"
"What kind of a car do you run, Ross r"
"Why, I drive a Ford, what do you run, John?"
"Why, I drive a Maxwell and an Overland
pair of the time."
"Well, W. D. drives a new Dodge Bros. Car
and it runs so smoothly and easily, and comfort
ably that that is the only reason I can sec that
he is getting the business, John," said Ross.
W. D. WILSON
an
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Children Cry for Fletcher's
l'lic Kind You Have Always Bought, ul wliirli lias been
In us« for over JO years» lias liovijt the signature of
1 aiil lias ht't'ii mailo imilt Iiis per«
Konal
8iiimt\
What is CASTOR IA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, l*arc
goric, Drops and Kootliin^ Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor oilier Nareoji
Mibstanee. Its age Is its guarantee. It destroys Worin
nnd allays Fevcrishncss. For more than thirl years it
li:»s been in constant use for the relief of Constipation.
I'latiilcney,
A\ ind Colie, all Teething Troubles ai-1
Diarrlirea. It regulates the Ktomaeli and Bow. Is,
nssiiiiihijes the I (I, giving healthy ami natural sleep!
llie Children's l'aiiacca—The Mother's Friend.
CASTORIA
In Use For Over 31 Years
Kind
1
I
ision since its infancy.
.... Allow no on« I vi voiiin tills.
A.I omiterfcits, Imitations ami
««.rii4-as-»ool
I'.\p« !'iiin'iits that trill« with anl einlanget" the hrnlfli of
Inlauts and Children—Experience against Experiment.
ar lint,
ALWAYS
You Have Always Bought
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