SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
Mel» Paper of County and City
What North Dakota Has
They have been so success
ful that they elected the en
tire state official list from gov
ernor down, with the possib
exception of state treasurer
end they are still counting tin
votes on that because the re
sult is so close.
Over there 47.000 farmer
united with the single purpose
ef taking into their own
bands the government of the
•täte and they have done it.
The Non-Partisan league was
tlie agency through which it
WHS accomplished and the
ticket put up and backed by
til at body won a sweeping
Not only will they control
the statehouse and the legis
lature, but the league's su
preme court ticket is running
Pledging the members to
stick by their own ticket, to
abandon the old parties and
manifest their power when
anited, the farmers of the state
have proven their political
They have done what has
always been declared inipos
eible--to control the farmer
It was a triumph for the in
dependent voter, for the non
partisan actor and the results
eounded the death knell of
"the straight party ticket in
North Dakota says the Fargo
Forum in telling of the results:
"In the old days—say just
four or eight years ago—the
North I hikota will ho a stale
mil 1 iy lii' farmers after I In:
elected at the recent
election take office.
Within the borders of our
neighbor on tlio north, a new
experiment in government i*
-being worked out. It is real
ly not. a new experiment. It
is simply the old id en of the
anion of a craft or guild »r
sect for political purposes.
There the farmers have
joined to exert their influence
who would dare to
prophesy that North Dakota
republicans would give their
gubernatorial candidate 90,
§00 votes and their president
ill candidate only 5ö,UOO
have been laughed out
"But things have changed.
pwtiwuwhip in North
Dakota means but little. This
evidenced thru out the
dimpaigo, the attempts of
democratic and republic
örlack of success.
WSmMvdtz''ot men who
tyrwer« active in the
|ri|fsqtthe republican and
party openly de-
l'ie S(,:i' ,'"
5 r. tlmir roads. The adoutimi of managed tu csi-inc lnkcn
Subscription gi.50 Per Year. I., ...
jtlie eiustitution:il aincndiiifiit arms, although mir (einpci*
gcl inlu thv
etl public sentiment !:ic
good roads, it is little short
of remarkable that our pro
gre*. in this respect has
ship lei-tures. Ti
We shall all have some
thing to be thankful for this
coming Thanksgiving which
falls on Nov. 30. The election
is over and it will be far
enough over so that the
ast echoes of the "I told you
so" boys will have died away
and even a horse
licaus, seme (or tlie
t4hatthey wer» ydlf
week. From the
time the first cold spell ar-
weather comes in the spring,
risky businese unless care is
eiercieed. There is one rule,
which if religiously followed
will lessen the liability of ac
cidents of that kind, and that
never to place the thumb
the fingers oh the underside
of tlie handle and be certain
spark is in
tu». That .will help a whole
'r üppi'uviii peri^uoi* !v
i) 1110 rnprovemi'iit of Ford, hut 1 using car«' we
täte the right to was it times badly mam-il.
good roads game I ehmet I ndepeiidviit
paves the way for systematic
work in road building the -Judge I' ox I ndiiin.i .-a\
cost of which will le shared 'Ml
jointly by slate taxation and li.Kiuv in a- many divorce cases
by federal appropriation". In an blonder and brunette^. In!
th« next five wars fully three our experience ill the print"!
millions of state and federal'1"« I'usmv.-. we will take the
money will lie spent on good:'1")' "ho red headed and
roads iu this slate, which for-f'eckicd f.iceil vvery time in
the first time will be abreast preference to beauty.
of tin* times in this important!
In one of hi.s good citizen- alone, but multiplied many
fold it becomes a serious
veil used to tell an impressive
story of an experience with a
foreman on his stock ranch An exchange says it is a
in Noith Dakota. he fore- charming things to keep
man came in to Roosevelt I sweet-tempered and patient
one day and told how he had through all the day's work
clevely managed the "round-land worry. A sunshiny wo
up on the range so thatjnian in a pink calico dress and
calves belonging to other' white apron is the sweetest
runclie* were driven in with thing in the world. Such a
the Roosevelt herd. He
thought to win the approval
his employer. "You are
discharged," said Roose
velt. "A man who will steal
for me will steal from me.
don't want you on the
won muss up he serenity of
After Henry Ford had put
up a big bunch of money for
the Wilson campaign fund he
remarked as he left head
quarters, '1 don't know any
more about politics than a
pig." The observation was
superfluous. Do you think he
did know any more?
According to foreign corres
pondents all nations are win
ning tremendous victories in
Europe. But, then, it's a poor
id be certain
Wt. In reaL cold weather it
woman, cherry, courageous,
self-reliant and sympathetic,
will make poetry in her little
world as well as the poet who
fills the magazines with the
children of his imagination.
One who can have for her
constant companion pleasant
thoughts and an interest an
love for work will be happy
in doing it.
HER FIRST DINNER PARTY.
And Why She Didn't Know Just What
to 8ay to the Cook
Tliey bad beeu married only three
mouths, and it was their flrst dinner
party, consequently they were both a
little flurried when the time drew near
the guests to arrive. She had ar-
... ,, .. ranged the talile herself and stood aur
yUig the effect
"Do you think everything will go
well, dearie?" she asked for the un
"Of course. Why shouldn't it? I'm
really sorry for the fellows who are
not married. They have to give their
dinners in restaurants."
"Oh, how sweet of you, dearie." she
gurgled. "And I'm really sorry for
die poor girls who have no nice hus
She wandered around awhile, then
stood still and listened.
"Hash! There's a carriage."
And they hustled into the living
room. But the carriage rolled on He
looked at his watch. It was 7.
"How foolish of us! Of course no
one would dream of coming before
die half hour." she said. "You know,
lorey. one always saya half an hour
before the real dinner hour."
Half an hour passed. Not a soul put
"I shall go home to mother, and you
I lie season for breaking can go to your old reeteureute as mecb
arias while cranking automo-
biles is at hand as we are re- She rushed Into her bedroom and be
minded by reading of two E? i*"«"
We aultcaee. Thee ehe gave a cry.
such accidents in our ex- n«r
eye MI oo a heap or white
rives in the fall until the mild "eLr'toSSd SSSir (or
THE SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
headed gill- don
Tllv hi c,,st ,,f livil1
is high enough to scare any
one but a millionaire, and it
is doublv so when waste and
extravagance prevails in the
.... kitchen. 1 he cost of a bite
I wasted is not much in itself
r" q. The bride burst into tears,
curresdoiltent who can't mag- "I've never been so insulted In my
llifv a scratch in *i purnivnl (if friends always accepted my
a hUUUI 1,1 Cai 111VHI OI
Invitations before I was merited."
blood. "So did mine, even If I did have te
Utile them to restaurants."
-He«» are all the la vita,
cranking an auto by hand is a
over the handle of the crank, Lh «/led ^-Tittittir
always keep the thumb with
she ieti Into tbiia.
"Oh." the nme etna, -what am
te De Already.
btary had freqneovy been
seeldea tf Nr mother eor tiring her
aWghe and had prantedtoH
Nm. One dej her
win her eled dsd
and. hot water..
wa savingel time and energy SoSuSew?***eleeÄ"tfc*l*w
to w*üm the cartiopetor with iwt tain t» me
SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
Ct Passenger 1 ouring Ler
A Itttie lees edöd* of others ana
thorough crtttdam of ourseive»
Irrte & Cob*, to to
woocbsk for the Dm
tkeweet Irr, ytm ell eeetil, ef
pad to do full
®bew mwr aim
Cash for Your Poultry!
Turkeys, live, fat 16c per pound
Turkeys, thin W
There's little comfort in most low priced
cars. You can't use their speeds. They
jostle you they ride roughly—they
don't hold the road.
The $635 Overland is different. It is not
only the speediest of low priced cars—
But you can use the full speed of its power
ful motor when you need it.
to kts eotijeefc
The leest thet mm? be aeld of I
diet WIImb Ii tket fee bee be*
betf the tie* fori»»«
-AW.'. jsS 'yäli.
Cash for Your Poultry!
We will quote you the following prices:-Live Weight
We have opened this cash produce market at Sisseton, and we
will be in the market every day in the week to buy the above com
Remember we will be in the market to buy fur as soon as the
fur season open up.
We would advise the farmers not to sell their turkeys until they
get fat, as we are looking for a higher turkey market in December,
than we have at present.
When in Sisseton come in and see us, in the Tower Building,
opposite the Sisseton Standard office.
BENSON PRODUCE CO.,
Arnold Leuthgard, Local Manager
Speedy and Easy
J. J. AKRE, DEALER, SISSETON, S. D.
The Wmy»OierUod Com»eny, Toledo, Ohto
"Made la U.S.A."
told of good results from using
Doen's Kidney Pills. Now Mrs.
Cetherine Murphy of Sisseton con
firms the former statement—seys
there his been no return of the
trouble. Csn Sisseton people esk
for more eonvindng testimony?
Mrs. Murphy seys: "Pore long
time I had kidney end bladder dis
orders. My beck got week end
I wis ail run down
Dean's Kidney Pills bdped me
from the first. They cured the la-
Tt has long 42-inch, easy riding, shock ab
sorbing cantilever rear springs. In addition
the 75 Overland is a longer car—104
inch wheelbase. And it has 4-inch tires.
Its smoothness and ease of riding at any
speed would do justice to a much larger
and heavier car.
Come in and let us demonstrate. That's
the best kind of proof.
flemmatton of the bladder, strenth
ened my back end rid me of all the
other kidiiey ailments.''
Over Two Years Later. Mrs.
Murphy said: "Of late 1 have been
free from kidney complaint. N?
kidney medicine can take the place
of Doen's Kidney Pills."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Doot
simply esk for a kidney remedy
get Doen's Kidney Pills—the earns
that Mrs. Murphy has twke pob*
lidy recommended. Foster Mil
barn Co., Prop., Buffa lo. N Y.
10c per pound
Horse Hides from $4.00 to $5.00
Oict over Bei Croes Dnc More
Sisseton, S. D.
Ask far Ibotem Hosiery
»he Backet Store.
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