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ALSO FOR SOUTHLANDS.
Beauty of line Is the distinctive murk *f tble Bült. Milde of a beautiful qunl lty of white broadcloth, the skirt: has fullness that le achieved by liox plaits. While the aklrt of the coat get« Its flu re from two Inverted plaits over each hip. The revere arc faultlessly tailored, and the domlbelt la finished with four white pearl button* both back and front The Jaunty little spring hat Is of white attln with a gros grain baud and a pink rosebud on the outside of the left brim This ault la correct for board walk pier and hotel wear all the spring. A PALM BEACH GIRL Turcolore are taking the lead with ^.maeyvof the spring aalte. Tble trim UMMWW» atan ribbed eerge with a ifeU aklrt that has wide. Inverted plaits fi# the hlfia to glve "the fullness. The |«a«f'hM flflpled Bare, and the detach. «Mi caUir trnt White faille a«k. Ball te ai deeper tan give a neat being single breasted U1EH FROCKS. iJMa tgr yoeng wtptt have. rthetr appeaiwace. They are lyiiH HhiB. quite sturdy talwriah aa to LADIES—THIS IS JUST YOUR CORNER THE SPRING JUVENILE. For youth Is tili« nltiuctlve costume for afternoon wear. Jt Is fashioned of tan broadcloth awl jmsoy willow taf feta, a clever toiiililniilUui picked out with lilts of brocade on lli? collar, sleeves and huge solitary button, which closes tlio novel front. jacket Is abort and loose, with low with iri sleeves, finished bishop style at the wrists. The lirlinless hat that goes with this sniurt suit has a hand of gold cloth, and the atmospheric effect atop Is achieved with brown tulle wired upstanding. A SPRING NOVELTY. Tble la one of the very newest sport salts—a saffron colored ailk Jersey cut oh beautiful lines. The skirt closes down the front with big brown novel ty. buttons, aa does the single breasted loose coat Pleaae notice how smart are the collar, and cuffs of brown glas ed leather, which Is also used to face the eilt pockets. The string belt Is an other tatersetiag feature. With this aHput outfit eoea a brown chip sailor with a soft bow aad •Tulle ribbon. The whole fle et almple elegance. RECEPT ON FROCK. For the matron Is this graceful gown developed In black satin, with a charm ing overdrape of chniitllly lace. The aklrt Is cut rather short In front, exer cising tile freedom of skirt heuis on party fronks, while the train, Instead of springing casually from almost any point In the back. Is a harmonious de velopnicnt of the skirt drapery Itself Black Jet gives the girdle and shoulder banding. It Is almost unnecessary to add that this beautiful frock was de plgned by Muie. Callot. A SPRING HARMONY. King's blue georgette crape Is stretched over a high model with al most no brim, an early spring fashion with no sharp differentiation from late winter styles. A heavy satin ribbon Is banded about the tall crown, which to gracefully covered with mass of pink moss roses. This hat In 1,11 crape with yellow roses atop would give a beautiful bright color note to go with your new tan ault. Again, the sim plicity and the good silhouette are what give the model distinction. THE GORED SKIR1 Every variation of the gored skirt is In vogue. One seen a short while ago was In four piece*, but the front, and back were finished and lapped on to the sides to give the effect of panele or box plaits. The finish of the skirt could be made at either the raised waist line or at tlie natural waist line. In the model seen broadcloth was trimmed with braid, but the model was a good one for all seasonable ma terials and all seasonable trimmings. AS TO BLOUSES. Some of the newest lingerie one« de signed for spring wearing are of aheer. line voiles or soft batistes In snowy white. Most all have tucks, some timea combined with hemstitching, sometimes with the frilly ruffles that ate ao feminine and pretty. These are not too espenatve. have long sleeves and usually low collars. But tor those who want them some have collars to he worn high or low. THE SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD. Hogwallow News The Hogwallow Postmaster yes terday morning issued a proclam ation naming December 25th as Christmas. Several good home talent shows will be put on at the Wild Onion school house this winter. No and ollem stars will lie booked. Over at the Hog Ford moonshine still house thev are turning out .ionic licker that makes you forget, and for this reason several of our people have forgot to pay what they owe. Tobe Moseley is improving his house with a few planks taken from the floor of theGandercreek bridge. Since Ivllick Mellwanger broke up housekeeping lie is so unsettled in his ways of living that he has not even selected any particular place to part his hair. Poke Kazlev's nine geese will come out in their new yokes, of which they are proud. Miss. Hosteller Hocks has »idl ed her subscription to the Tickville Tidings discontinued on account of the editor's refusal to publish a poem she sent him. She has an nounced that the editor hasn't any sense. A man died at the head of Gan- I! WW tliU: der creek this week. About the only thing he leaves beside a large family, is a reputation of having raised twenty barrels of corn to the acre a few years ago. To keep from having misunder standing with anybody, Tobe Mose ley has cut a lot of holes in his ear muffs which he will use next winter. Upon his return from church last Sundav, where he listened to an in spiring sermon, Luke Mathewsla immediately began the erection of a she room to Ins stable. Columbus Allsop had a hard chill Tuesday morning. He says this is the first tune his watch has started running in several months, Ras Marlow has a collar that stund very high in this community. Miss. Constance Henstep, of near Hounding lilllows, was a popular visitor here the past week. She was a guest of the Hensteps and would have stayed longer, but her face powder ran out. Poke ICazley brought in a load ol turnips Saturday ot this week, which are the largest ever seen 111 this locality. We are glad to see the world improving so in the way of turnips. The Postmaster complains that the main trouble with the busy season when there is a rush of mail I is that after a person has come in land bought a one cent stamp he thinks he is then entitled to put his feet upon the stove and abuse the government for half an hour. The widow of the Calf Ribs neigh borhood is having a new dressmade and will wear it whenever a public opportunity presents itself as it looks very becoming. This is really not a new dress, but it is made over. But the public will never know the difference, as the stripes in the new one run in the opposite direction from those in the old one. Following the various gralt in vestigations over the country during the past tew years in which the re cords of many high officials have I been gone into, a movement has been started by the Hogwallow Im provement Society to make an in vestigation into the inner workings of the office of (Deputy Constable. Suspicion lias gradually been devel oping 111 the minds of some of our taxpayers as to how the Deputy has been making a living, as this office was never known to pay any thing. But since the Deputy has been 111 office lie has 011 more than one occasion bought shoes and oth er things, and at one time a new hat. Miss Bonnie Andrews is expect ed tu arrive home Monday from Sioux Falls and Madison where she has been instructor in teachers institutes the past few weeks. TODAY, as never before, the great American People are looking to their traditions. They are reaching backward to the sources of true Americanism for that inspriation so vital to onward progress. They are measuring each other and themselves today by the old standand of honesty, integrity, grit and purpose. You cannot fool even "half of the people half of the time," any longer. You've got to be and look like what you would have folks think you are. We, as clothiers to that part of the American Citizenry who call this city home, are probably privileged to see more of this spirit of true expressiveness than most men. '?l We are meeting this looking the part" de mand every day. We are helping hundreds of men to express out wardly their through and through worth. We are the decorators of American Manhood, and that we are so successful in the performance of our duty, is due in no small measure to our associa tion with the fastest jjrowingclothing house THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER designers extraordinary of good clothes for true-blue Americans. ST AVK BROS. Gilden Wedding Yesterday, June 15th was the 50th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs* Elias Jacobson. Not only did they celebrate their Golden Wedding but the date fell upon their 75th, birthday. Comparatively few of us will live to celebrate our 75th birth day and not once in 10,(MX) times does the golden wedding day oc cur on the natal day of both par ties. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson have .: been in this vicinity the past 18 years and six living children»., were all present to assist them in makitig the day one long to be re 111 uui be red. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kager-, land of Wilmar were present, Mrs. Fagerland being next to the youngest daughter. Both Mr. and Mrs Jacobson arc in fairly good health for tlh-ir years and the hard times tlie.v have seen, incident to pioneer days and their many friends will join vvitn us in wishing them many in°re birthdays and wedd ing anniversaries.- —Vehlen Ad--' Adolph Krogness departed last Thursday for Greenwood, Wis. 101 a two weeks visit with his parenrs. Shoes and Furwshings