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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, January 30, 1920, Image 4

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THE SISSETON STANDARD
"NONPARTISAN
T. R.
Smiley, Mgr., Editor
James Hanson, Associate Editor
-entered at the postofflce at Sisseton,
Sn. Dakota as second class matter.
Subscription $2.00 per year
ADVERTISING BATES
Fifteen cents per inch, single Column,
run of paper, each issue. Electrotype
ads where no composition or remounting
and trimming of plates is required, fifteen
cents per Inch, single column.
Short locals in light face type in local
news Items, five cents per line men issue.
Short locals in black face type in local
Items, bottom of column only, ten cents
per line each Issue.
Want ads one cent p-r word each IsstK
with a minimum of twenty cents per issue.
Resolutions and Cards of Thanks at
Tfcg'Olft* tal's- Obituary poetry live cents:
^Column thirteen pica ems wide, twenty
htßhcb long, six columns to vage«
Paper goes to press Thursday noon.
L'opy must he In office Tuesday noon to in
sure publication in current issue.
Bills payable the first of each month.
These prices are net No agency com
mission allowed.
DEATH BRINGS REWARD
When the last big böut is over,
and it's time for me to die, and I
take a job at bunking coal or
harping in the sky, I know the
little things I did—to win the
world's contempt—will be for
goten by the world, of scorn I'll
be exempt. And folks may then
think back apace to little things
I did in love of some poor, half
starved dog, to some poor, tear
ful kid they may even drop 8
tear on my cold, death-blanched
brow, but how these self-same
people love to hammer me just
now They may look at my wast
ed hands clasped o'er a silent
breast and say those hands were
clean and white, arid those they
once caressed ne'er found a
bruise of their imprint nor knew
a lasting strain, nor felt a single
heartache^or regret, akn to pain
they may look at my sightless
eyes, closed' in death's kindly
sleep, they may recall those eyes
once knew the blur of eyes that
weep they may recall their col
or as around my bier they bow
but now these self-same people
love to hammer me just now!Oh,
when the bout is over arid the fi
nal prayers are said, and the sex
/ton cleans his ancient spade and
folks say: "He is dead"—I sup
pose they'll do the same old
things I've marked thruout the
years—fine chamois will be ru
ined on cute noses red with tears,
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and men may blink their eyes
and say: "Too bad he had to go
I always liked the fellow and I
tried to let him know my heart
was right behind him may a
gold crown grace his brow!"—
but how these selfsame people
love to hammer me just now!
"Andy Lockhart"
LOSING AN ARM
Once upon a time, as the story
runs, a certain man had a wart'
on the tip of a finger, a wholly
unnecessary and unattractive
wart it was. The man. desired
riddence of the wart.
So he cut off his arm. After
which operation he never again
was troubled with that wart.
Of course the story isn't true
for foolish as humans are not a
one has been foolish enough to
sacrifice an arm to get rid of a
wart on his finger.
But when it somes to the mak
ing of laws humans do not at all
times exercise the same wise
judgment. For instance:
America is troubled with a tri
fling sore spot on the tipof a
finger of her free speech arm. It
doesn't amount to much. It can
be cured, and easily,
er treatment is given.
itself is as sound
and as necessary.
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Yet the majority of American
senators and no few representa
tives now propose to cut off the
arm in a neffort to get rid of the
sore finger. In other words,
congress would deny the consti
tutional right of free speech to
a hundred million loyal Ameri
cans so that a few thousand rad
ical minds may be supressed.
It is much like burning the
farmer's barn to kill a mouse.
Minneapolis Daily News.
IN THE MORNING
day
Between th dark and the
light,
When the stars begin to fade.
And the first gray glimpse of
peaceful dawn
Peeps into the world God made,
I awake from a quiet slumber
And throw off my sleepyjnask
And with neither rsgret nor a
vender
I prompt myself tp my task.
put on my mar made garments
Aney's Annual Sale of
Type Poland China Sows
AT PEEVER, SO. DAK., FEB. 12,1920
40—QUEENS OF THE BREED--40
On February 12, we are going to sell 40 head of high
class bred sows and gilts. They are as good a lot as
will go through a sale ring this winter. You can pay
more for them at other sales but you will not get
them any better. There are in the offering six tried
sows and 34 spring gilts, and they have mated to
three as good sires as you will find in any herd in
the state. Dakota's Chief Price is one of the great
est hogs of the breed. Royal bred and a wonderful
'H WviduaUg Defeater by Repeater and out of a- UM
turber sow, Repeaterwas tl|e flrsV prize jtiuior ySte
at National Swine Show 1919. gAiiey
iSf Millar's Tims, and out of a Miller's Chief 2d
the thche herd Headers. Get on our mail
jbr a catalog and come tö jthe sM IMaftH to
üffifiol. ASG: &te<Staäime, loifeCd.
First StajteBank, Clertt.tr
MMMner
And start in my man made vole
Wt' never a though'. nor a quib
h't
Nvr single scani of the toll.
And when my work is over
And when I've gone to bed,
I
dream of a beautiful morning
With no one in my stead.
Yes I do.
In military language the pre
sent raids on the radicals would
be called "laying down a barrage
for the 1920 campaign against
all liberal thinking." And the fe
verish activity of the space-Vil1
ers of the controlled press would
probably be known as drumfire.
Editorial wisdom as to the mer
its of the thousands -of candi
'dates to appeaf on old-party
tickets would certainly be callea
cootie inspection.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR CON
STRUCTION OF BRIDGES
Notice is hereby given that
sealed bids will be received at
the office of the County Auditor
., of Roberts County, South Dako­
'.| ta in the Court House in the City
ve.i The nrm' Sisseton in said County until
as it ever waT !one o'clock P. M. Tuesday, March
as it ex er was,,
2 192Q for the
Bids to be opened by the Board
of County Commissioners in the
Commissioners Room in the
Court House at the time and date
above stated.
Each proposal must be accom
panied by cash or a certified
check for not less than 10 per
cent of the amount of the bid.
payable to the County Treasure!
of said Roberts County, and all
proposals must be made on the
blank forms furnished by the un
dersigned.
The Board reserves the right
to accept or reject any or all pro
posals.
Dated at Sisseton, South Dak
ota, this 24th day of January, 10
20.
SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
Shortfellow.
IN ARMY TERivlS
construction of
eleven (11) Reinforced Concrete
Bridges in the County of Rob
erts, State of South Dakota, ac
cording to plans and specifica
tions now on file in the office of
the County Audtor.
R. C. Richert,
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Safe, Convenient, Profitable
Certificates of Deposit issued over our
name offer all the investment advan
tages of the highest grade securities
with most of the disadvantages
eliminated,
Their value never varies. You get
out of them exactly what you put in,
plus a double rate of interest if left
six months. They may be cashed any
time, anywhere. Their safety is guar
anteed by our entire resources aud
the Sonth Dakota Law Guaranteeing
Deposits in State Banks.
GUARANTY STATE BANK
.. (The Bank of Guaranteed Deposits)
THE simpler a machine can be
made and still do the work for
which it was intended, the better
satisfaction it is bound to give
as there are fewer parts to get
owt of ort1er.
The disci in the self-balancing
bowl points downwards and ad
justs themselves to the center of
»cavity, like a top.
The discs are put in the bowl
regardless of number and pat
em,and the bowl |s in perfect
balance just the same, the mo
ment you turn the hanPe.
The oiling system is the most
DIRECTORS:
PAUL SIEWERT C. R. JORGENSON C. M. PETERSON
R. E. CONE
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"Emerson Kicker" the ouly succesful wild oat machine
built. Also a complete line of Gas Engines and
feed mills.
Come in and look them over and get our pricer.
,i
Warring&Christianson
Successors to 0.8. Opheim
Extreme Simplicity, One Reason For Iffi
ciency of the ANKER HOLTH Separator
on our sample floor a full line
of grain cleaners, including the
You open separator in- center
by unfastening a lock-nut and
tilt upper part over on the hing
es. Pour a pint to a pint and a
half of, separator oil into the
fount, lock separator together
and it is oiled for months. No
oil cups to forget to fill, no oil
tubes. to get7 out of order.
We carry in stock the two
best suited sizes for this coun
try.
A Let us. have the pleasure to
demonstrate the superior parts
of this splendid machine to you
on our floor."
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