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Si SStTON WEEKLY STANDARD
By Waller L. Johnson
Subscription
$i
.50 Per Yc:ir.
Official Paper of County and City
Ii i*=n su 111 iicli wlial a w..-
uian s:ivs tlial keep- a iir'ii
guessing. It \v Ii a I she
doesn't saw
man iiHirie- l- get a
h«me and then turn- annual
a'nl forge I- what lie married
for.,
A woman can 11cvi
made to understaini wl
man will hu a new suit I hat
is the same color as his old
S'li'.
Lots of men don't like
and von will notice if
look carcfullv that the
doesn't seem
it a bit.
It's a little wonder that re
marks go in one ear and out
of the other for some l' 1 ks.
Tlicy have nothing be!ween
the ears to stop anything.
There's one thing almiti
owning but one suit of clothes,
One needs spend but very
little money for moth balls
1'iii
'vc
that very lime the tombstone
man
sees you worrying, he
begins to sharpen his chisel
for another
order?
A bill in the I'enslyvania
legislataire would forbid all
entertainment in the cafes
except "mild forms of instru­
mental music." There will
be an opportunity for the
fellow who can
comb.
pla\ on a
A western editor got off
Ik?
straight will
liess men
tise while living.
-ub»erilers will Im charged been the rule in
1 "r a line for obituary notic- ta. However in
es. Advertisers ami casli with must eumjian.l
subscriber.- will In: given the
Iivsl in In- 11 1J) 1'i'ci' when
they ^Imlllv oil. Iletter sei 111
in viiiir snl)scriiili(iii imw as
the Im ig du ili-ra is a I u'nai I in
ihr laml. Ni-hawka N.c.ws.
•I"-.glory wa- in arrayed likt
worry ahmt ,,i'
A -afety pin in
clothing and the rudd
an accident.
•nut
cloth
but
1
If Volt don't belie
realization, try raising
vegetables that look like
pictures in the catalogs.
some
lb.
yon ever stop to
been merely scratched over.
putting into practice the Uui
:teil States government's plans
for a sre
intensive cultivation and tlm
farm i
calilie-
mi'thoi
Iii'
I la' man win 1 play
game for the grand stand may
develop into an idol 1 ut tin:
fellow who -lull- hi.- 1 ar full
of cotton and u.-cs his own
judgement no matter where
it takes him. stands a heller
1 chance 1 if g"tliiig his si
in I he hall ol la 1 lie.
Consider the cumely ii
'log- toil-
1
laid
She
en in :t bathing -nil.
it neither does
you swim, yet Solomon in a 1
wornan's
i- oni\ skill
ami
mat
1
haired young A polio in a uni- believe
that lorm is mighty hard we
S 1
think
a
Z'
application of more scientific I |,i
methods. The probability of
a serious food shortage the
a
1.
1
I
the following: Ten 11 s-
1 1 I
all obituary notices of busi- thousands of bushels. It
winter, shoulil.
nex I fall am
sullicient
1 I a a a
There
is this
difference
25% MORE MILEAGE
You might as well get this 25% more mileage by using
RACINE HORSESHOE TIRES
The fabric, made of layers of Sea Island Cotton, is extremely flexible.
That is the secret of excess mileage and fewer Bloxv-Outs with
RACINE HORSESHOE TIRES
Beyond ja good fabric to insure a good tire, the tread must match up
for quality. A close examination of Racine Horseshoe Fabric Con
struction is the best proof of their dependability.
REMEMBER: 25%
A Racine llomeshoe Tire Made by
the Racine One-Cure Wrapped
Tread Method
More Mileage
1MB MEAD GARAGE CO.
ill I i.-ik-
•l.v 11
I I I
tanner- to
a
an improve­
ment desirable and er-peciallv
in a year like lhi when a
serioii- loud -hortage threat-
Is There 'Too Much Ad
vice to Farmers
his Washington, in a few day
'along come.- a repetition of
I I ricultural stations. Hut
I
Dakota with its va-t
1 1
1
the "stulT" in a sheet from
'the slate school of agriculture
a
ship ore alike in 1 wo respects.
ISoih are invisible and the
Ios-. of either is likely to cause
St. A ulliony Park ibis i.-
ol a: followed with a "dose" from
the county agents and the
paper isaskeiI to publish it all
11 scjcuiiii,.
there is more anticipation than lmisii-iaecN gml valuable information can be Miss Rehfield has established a
overalls, especially in *11 imparted farmers thru the reputation for her skillful handling
\a IIa 1 r. results of experiments al
0
1
time
a
W
ase the grain yield
charged for own -tale by hundred
111
of
who do not adver-: |,e done This i* not tu inti-1 11 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
I I I I S I S S O N W I S A N A
•w
t.i
I slat es I H'l'c la ii'
ilentil'ul in manv
I I
N
wonder if at times there
is not a great deal o|' wasted
energy in this Ini-ines- of idl
ing the fanners wlial to do.
I'irst we ge| a 1 wo or three
sheet letter from ho govern- sivke Block
she'incut, agricultural bureau al
,o|'ici I
.|i
Enning land, ^o tell the
1
it
lei'p tviil. lor there is loo much re-j She has had an extensive ollice in all territory. There will be
'Ion make the petition and Consequently a business and court practice, spec-, .some decrease in the acreage of
a handsome curly-' |,,i ,,f wa- ted energy \\'e'
a
0
bat
." ie "c be.ieve that much pensions, etc. barley and much more grounu
1
.- a a
1
matter of fact the farmers are attended, and graduated with
for ',,s, 1,....- I,... 11 _i 1 I special honors.
just now too I-lire« I busy I
with their work of getting in
,1, ... German language lluenth and isThursdav May 17. Deliver them
,-v 1 1 °I probably the only German speak- at the Sissetou Stock Yards on
W vatlici and tin* lateness jn^ attornev ÜI tin* countv.—-Aher- that dav.
a bumper crop tins year thru season, to ,'md time to deen Daily News.
,| ., great deal of how to I
1 W
1 1 a I
The farmers'
to plant'
I v.. j,....... .... real Browns Valley 1! ranch wi
aim need just now is not so much'taken off the run alter the
I a
ather and plenty of man
inducement to power anil horse power. (Jive
him this with a sulliciency of
good seed and they wi
raise
the crops to feed the world.—
1 lirowns alley 11 ibune.
EASTER
Mrs. John Fonder and children
visited at the Tony Xigg home
Sunday.
A dance was given at Knute
Martetison's Saturday evening.
A pleasant evening was enjoyed
by all present.
Mrs. Kimball and Mrs. Hack
berth and children were guests
at the M. F. Barrett home Sun
day.
Clarence Martenson, William
Barrett and Mike Barrett are
bailing llax straw over near the told of good results
hills. [Donn's Kidney Pills.
son visit'id at Tony Niggs Tu
es former statement
day evening.
George Verohy no and family
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
elix Nigg Sunday afternoon.
'Night Riders" al Kulm,
The tirst indictment ever re
turned in the federal court in
North Dakota against the hgent
of a ra'lroad charging him with
acting as the agent of a liquor
house, was returned against G.
W. Rollings, agent of the Soo
railroad at Kulm, and reported
to the federal court at Fargo on
Tuesday.
Rollings wax arrested a week
ago as a result of a visit to Kulm
of officers of the North Dakota
Enforcement league, an interest
ing Incident being a "night rid
ere" stunts in which a crowd of
men. evidently bent tin wreaking Warm Days Aid To Farmers of Stale
vengeance upon I''. F. Watkins,
superintendent, ,1 tin- N'irtli U.i- Farmers til' this section of the
kota Knforconipnt league, partial- state are wearing a broad smile. yis
Iv wrecked the Ini-iness estah- now uml they have a reason. The
ii.-hment of a man whom they days of sunshine which hav
believed w.is aiding the law en- been prevalent since .the early
Hi the pari ol enough lorceineiit authorities. j1Iii rt 11! M.1 is tiie real 1-an.v.
I'-ve *y window in the .Xad-'i'son Work has been nrogressing
Kros. store at K* 111111, reports say rapidly in the farming disi.,'i-,:t
was smashed out and a genera: ti ring the past few days and now
wild s"ssion was indulged in many have linished their spring ,,,| Judes (i it'
hut Mr. Watkins rode safe seeding which has been delayed Wiethe reasonei
til rough tlitj storm without injury
1
The first and only woman law
ver in S-iuth Dakota to independ
ently practice her profession, Mi.-s
Dorothy Uehlield of this city has
opened law offices at .511 Van
j,, |,. I The postmaster has received ,i ,1,'osser at a bargain.
another day to the
Browns Valley Tribune.
15th
A
for weeks 011 account of the ex-
and without coming in contact trcinel.v cold weather and heavy
with the, raiders.— Uankinson rainfalls.
During the last lew us there
have been many calls for help at
Aberdeen Has a Woman Lawyer
the Commercial club and as a
rule I'vn were readily found,
who were willing to aid in tliej
farm work. :.{
The Chicago, Milwaukee A: Str-"
I'aul railway seeding report says:
Weather has been cold and
Miss Kelilield who has been as-delaying farm work' Seeding
seriated with the Van Sl\ kc law ol small Train i.- completed ex
olliccs tor main- ears made ar" cept ill the more northerly ler*
raiiyemems toopen an independent ritory. The Hastings and D.i
offioe Jhcfore guin to i'a.-sadena. kota. division reports seeding
('ah. last Xovemlier to spend the generally completed in .Minne
winter with her father, William sola and 7." per cent completed
Reh field, one of the earliest pi«»- in North and South Dakota. West
of the Missouri river
ncers of lit own count v. of the Missouri river 011 tin
.Miss Reh field also ha- the dis-
1
1 1 1 1- 1 1 .. ti net ion of being the oniv woiinin estimated that lit) per cent, of the
and we do publish a lot ol it. ,, ,.
attorney boi'th Dakota licenced .crop is in and it is expected that
Ut it 1.is ot tail led to Us that practice in the I 11 ted States it will all he in by middle of May.
'he boh.' matter lacks sys- courts. I Fall sown grains
.are doing well
Wet
trans Missouri division, it is
hieflv in county court wheat in some sections on ac-
probating of estates, count of the late season, hut this
handling of guardianships, i.noth- land will be sown to oats and
.. in that class of business. than was planted last, year.
She is a slet-made" woman Karly sown fields of small grain
tiling o\ eI obtaining her edu-'aLion work- are coming up nicely, of good
-, for a?
a
be under crop than ever be
I'on
In Iowa fully ürrfiei'' cent mSre
'°f divorce cases and seems to lie
especially popular with the women laml is being prepared lor corn
and strong growth.
Pasturage—We will take cattle I
She speaks, reads and writes the f„ pasture al I-ort Sis
sc
ton
For Sale—Ciscasion walnut
1 official notice to the effect that Supt. Kmerson.
1 official notice to the effect that
the railway mail clerk on the
be Pierre—The
supreme court
ever before, it would seem that simple in its require-!
the department was hardly justi-1 that very much is ex
lied in taking the action. Mail ted from it in promoting
between Hrowns alley and the agricultural ticvelo]iiiient here,
county seats ot Traverse and effect, it will permit any
Roberts counties is now very: practical farmer who has been
slow in delivery and the propos-! sufficiently thrifty to accflinulate
ed change will probably add
a
delay-
THE BEST TEST
Is The Test Of Time
Years ago this Sisseton
fjouis Niggand Gladys John-! Phy of Sisseton confirms
savs there
a
convincing testimony?
Mrs. Catherine Mui'oliy says:
For a long time I had kidney and
bladder disorders. My back got
weak and lame and I was all run
down. Ooati's Kidney Pills help
ed me from the first. They cured
the inflamation of the bladder,
strengthened my back and rid me
of all the other kidney ailments."
omnion ot
sustaining
the
the
pro- validity of the rural credits,
test has been made to the post amendment to the constitution
office department at Washington I
I
A postal clerk has been on this I thereunder has caused unusual
line for a great many years, and
as there is more matter to be
handled at the present tune than
of the legislation enacted
satisfaction in central and west
ern South Dakota. The act was
0
comprehensive in its scope
very small amount of money.
to purchase and develop farming
land upon thirty years time at a
very low rate of interest, pay
I able upon the most convenient
1
terms. Governor Norbeck has
I appointed Claud M. Henry of
lied field, who has been so re
markably successful as prosi-
resident dent of the state tax commission
from using I to he the director of rural credits
Now Mrs- It is understood. though not
the definitely announced, the IS.
Ziebach of Ganii Valley and A1-
heen no return of the trouble. red M. Zosko of Draper, both
(Ian Sisseton people ask for ir.ore experienced business men and
farmers, are to be the other
I
members of the administrative
board.
The
law places
bauds
from
to
Over two years later Mrs. Mm-"
phy said: "Of late I have been
free from kidney complaint. No
kidney medicine can take the place
of Doan's Kidney Pills."
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
—get Doan's Kidney Pills—the
same that Mrs. Murphy has
twice publicly recommended.
Poster- Milburn
Buffalo. N. Y.
Co., Props.
$200,000
of
in the
this board
to
to
be used
the outset as the capital of
the land bank. They are auth
orized
loan
to
actual farmers
the extent of
70
per cent of
the appraised value of the land
and
50
per cent of the appraised
value of the improvements there
on, at the lowest obtainable rate
of interest which the credit of
the state will secure, plus one
half of one per cent which item
is intended to cover the expense
of conducting the bank and ulti
mately to repay the state's pri
mary investment. The apprais
ed value of land and improve
ments is limited by the assessed
value thereof lor the three pre
vious years. All unnecessary
red tape is cut out 11 n-l the en -bulges
a
can 11 's~ihiy lie made having °d
s:i let'"
11! the
1
and a.
1 1 1 I
1
JILT!"*v in ri.Msnniiv_r
which the coiicl usion was reach
s, Policy, and
that, the loan
of 1 He stale's crediis in negotiat
ig 'lie debentures whi.-h ai
:n! imalely to be paid from the
proceeds of the niort'jMue !I lid
dtio not eate .-UC'll a state debt
is is pi hil.iti 1 by the M( V,t (A
111 it.ation ol' the constitution.
McCoy and Smith reason-
si'nple us it ed that, the amendment authoriz
E N I E S A A
'I In- I old ear was designed to serve the
mull it tide and it I- dailv ling the re
||II il etnelits of bii- and pleasure for
owners in a
11
You Drink?
r/.
If you are "Blue Wing lirand' will fill
the bill.
"Blue Win}* Brand" costs more—
worth more.
Sanitary Bottling Works
Phone 299 Sisseton, S. I).
Plumbing amd Heating
Sheet Metal and Roof Work
STOVES
Big new line of kerosene stoves second
hand cook stoves and oil stoves in
good working order.
Let us store your stove this summer. We will
call for your stoves, clean and polish them and
set them up next fall. We have a good place
to store stoves and will return them in excel
lent condition.
PRESTON & HORR
Sisseton, S. D.
slablishment of a sys-
ii: view. All llv judges rem of rural credits" thai such
supremo con rt ag reed up- system rural credits has a
validity of the amend delinileand well known meaning
o| tin
U»^M:iUivi», hut licit it cannot, 1h successfully
W
parts of 11e world. As valu­
able lor big I":si
1 jess and the prolessions as
for the farmer and small merchant. Sim
plicity and case of operation make il the
ideal car for the family. Ford cars have be
come a general necessity. Runabouts S:i l
^Touring 'ar Sei'0. Si dan Sil 10. 'Upeh-t
SölTown ('ar Sö'.iö ---all f. o. b. 1 letroit.:
I hi display :fnd for sale by
The Carlber^ Co.
Sissetori, S. I).
1
state's credit, and that the peo-s
pie understood this when they
made the amendment to the con
stitut-ion. and therefore to make?
1,ho amendment effective it must,
beheld incarrv with it. every­
thing that is incidental or neces-
sitry to e-ive it practical force.

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