SEED REGISTRATION PLAN
IS WORKING OUT NICELY
Brookings, S. D.— Thirty-two
Happen to Make You Rich?
IT'S A I,»N(.i CHANCE THAT
SUCH AN J^VISN'T WILL TAKJ-J
I'LACG. AT ANY HATE IT DOE.S
NOT 1»AY TO WAIT. START AX
ACCOUNT WITH US TODAY.
INTEREST 1* A 1) ON TIME DE-
1 The Security National
Bank of Sisseton
county farm bureaus of the slat'?
are cooperating with Maulrfy
Cliainplia, extension agronomist
state college, in the work of regis-
Planters and Cultivators
We have the
t. H. C. and Moline Corn Planters, Cultivators
One minute Power and Electric
Hawkeye Tires and Tubes.
Overland and Paige Automobiles
Successors to 0. S. Opheim
IRES that are different in their
distinctive good looks and in their
construction. An extra ply of fabric,
an extra heavy tread and generous
oversize make a tire of remarkable
SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
tering Sou Hi Dakota farm seeds ol
the leading varitien.
The following counties have e/i
tered this work:
Butte, Clark, Cod
ington, Day, Deuel, Dewey, Hit
iiioiids, Kail rtiver, Faulk, Grant
Haakon, Hand, Hughe.1., Jack-son,
Jerauld, Jones, Kingsbury, Lak'\
Lawrence, Lyman, McCooli, iVlinei
Minnehaha, Moody, Pennington
Spink, Stanley, Union, Walworth,
Five thousand 'announrenventP
and application blanks have been
sent out, 1)(ton return of llief.e ap
plication !lanks to the country farm
bureau, arrangement:) will be made
to examine tho tields. Blanks have
also heen mailed to all members o)
the South Dakota experiment asso
ciation, whether living in counties
having farm bureaus or not, Tbo:"o
experiment association members liv
ing in counties not yet provided Willi
farm bureaus will send their a-ppl:
cations direct lo the secretary's of
fice at. UrooV.iug.i and arraui'.emenl:
will lie made, if possible, lo have
l.lieir fields examined.
Those varieties that lire known
»i give the lies! results in South
D.ikota are the only unes eligible in
registry. In order to pass inspe.'
'ion, the fields must be rree front
Q'-iack, dodder, field bindwe-'d, field
.-.ow thistle, and Canada I hi:.He.
There is always a shortage 01
good seed of ad.ap'ed varieties. Seed
registration irnder this plan will
help solve the problem.
The only way Lo get results from
.advertising is to reaCii the people.
Wo reach them.
ADVERTISE IN THE STANDARD
I'lJ.NK, I1KI N« S'f A'RTBU,
HITH AND KIJJIX INDIAN
Honest eel.—Caught by an air
plane as il was starting from the
ground lo make a flight at Wood
west of Bonestee!, White Shield, an
aged Sioux Indian, was struck with
such force as to kill him instantly.
The plane tore down a fenc^ and
pushed over a wagon before it could
be controlled. The plane was
charge of Ca.pt. S. L. Wiilits, hi
nt motor of the Sioux City Flyin
club. He was turning the propellor
when I he plane suddenly knocked
him down. He escaped with a few
cuts and bruises.
NOTED EDUCATOR DIEM
Vermillion.—At a Sioux City hos
pital occurred Die death of Prof,
finiith, for the past 29 years an in
structor in the University of South
Dakota. He died after an illness of
three week.: Death was caused by
heart trouble. He as 74 years of
Prof. Sivn.i.h bad announced
Following .he Coliseum conven
tion, a letter was sent. Uy the Com
mittee of 48 Lo 2200 Illinois pre
cinct. committeemen, who served as
such for the Progressive party in
Tiie communication was signed
as follows: J. A. H. Hopkins, chair
man, Executive Committee and for
mer treasurer, Progressive party.
The letter requested a frank an-'
swer to two general questions.
1st. Are you satisfied with the
nomination of Harding?
2nd. Do you favor the organiza
tion of a new party?
The replies received to date tiniii
her about 800, according to Dr.
Stanley I. Rypins, wiio Ivan charge
of the Publicity department of the
forty-eigihter: These letters, said
Dr. Ryipins, are more than of or
dinary interest, many of them being
two and even three pages in length.
They deal not only with, the opiu.iou
of bhe author, but. that of the com
munity in which the writer lives.
There is astonishing agreement
in the answers' to the first question'.
Over 90 per cent state that neith
er the writer nor his friends are
satisfied with Harding. Such sen
tences, as "They have steamrollered
us, just as in 1912" are of frequent
occu rr-enee. '.
In answer Lo the question. ''Dc
you favor a new parity," there is a
more divided opinion. About 55
per cent declare positively for a
new party. The remainder are di
vided into two classes. Some ex
press a fear that a new party will
draw most from the republicans and
thus by so much enlarge the chance
of a Democratic victory. Others are
not yet decided and will await com
ing events. Three express thein
selve« as strongly in favor of a
League of Nations and preipared lo
vote with the Democrats i£ Wilson's
Peace treaty in approved at San
Francisco. ''But," said Dr: Rypins
"an almost unanimous condemna
tion of the administration is express
ed, and if these letters reflect the
general abate of mind of the people
down abate,' democratic voted will
bb scarce, tor most of the writers
afeeak of scores of democrats in their
communities who are more insist
fetet «ven for a new party than the
J'Altogether," said Dr. Rypins
"I consider this file of letters illum
inating they come from small
towns 'and rural communities—
from the plain people.' They form
a' concensus' of opinion which, un
der oittinaiy circumstances,- & very
difficult to obtain. If they are typi
cal of opinfon e'aat of the Missis
sippi tfeen we nt«jr conclude that tho
Middle Bait 'to an disaffected as the
•UtM weat oC the big river whero
to the preaent, the demand tor a
»w party seeded moat pronounced:
retirement from active classroom
work at the close of the school year
and was preparing to remove to Sun
Dieffo, Cal., lo spend bis declining
years when he was stricken and
taken to a hospital in Sioux City.
He was able l.o cease active teach
ing 'by granting of an annual pen
sion of $1200 under the provision
of the Carnegie foundation.
Prof. Smith's death closed
teaching career o-C nearly 50 years,
lie having begun lite work in east
ern sr.lKvols in 1B7 immediately
atter his graduation from Colby
nu.iversify, in Maine.
He came to the University of
3ouit.li Dakota in 1891, where he
served first, as professor of Greek
and later as instructor in pedagogy.
90 Per Cent Favor
Third Party Idea
VOT1CJB OF PBTWIOM
on ijETTERH oi'
State of South Dakota, County of
In Counly Court
In (iio Miito-r of tlio Kstato of
Henry Meyer. Wwoawnl
THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKO
TA SENDS GREETING TO ALL
OF THE HEIRS AT LAW AND
•NEXT OF KIN OF HENRY MEY
ER, DECEASED, AND TO Abb TO
WHOM THESE PRESENTS MAY
NOTICE is hereby- «,fven thai
Carolina Meyers has filed with the
Judge of this Court a petition pray
ing tho Letters of Administration
of the Estate of Henry Meyers, de
ceased, be issued to H. Al. Fellbauiii.
and thai Tuesday, the 6th day of
July, 1920, at ten o'clock A. M. ol
said day, being a day of a reguiai
ferni of this Court, to-wit: of tho
July term, of 1920, at the office o!
the Judge of the County Court, in
the City of Sisseton, in the said
Couni.v of Ttoberls, South Dakota
has been set for hearing said peti
tion, when and where any person
interested may appear and show
cause why the stiid petition should
not be granted.
Dated at Siss^lou, South Dakota
Ibis Dili day of June, A. D. 1920.
By (he Court:
H. M. KMIGHT.
ATTEST: D. P. Stevens
J1 I 4i
N'OTICK TO 'UKDlTOItt
State of South Dakota, County of
In ''unify CIHII
Cn the Ma(:er of (lie ISsCiie of li. 1'.
Hi •own, OweafiHl.
Notice is hereby given, ly the un
dersigned, executor of the estate, o)
L. F. Brown, deceased, lo the credi
tors of and all persons having elainiF
against the said deceased io exhibit
theni, with the necessary voucher.-:
within four months after the first
publication of this Notice to the said
executor at his home at Canton
South Dakota, or at the law office
of Tjart Crhsager at staid Canton,
Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota
June 8th, 1920.
SAMUEL E. BROWN, Execu
tor of estate of L. K. Brown,
Lars J. Grinnger, Canton, S. D.,
Attorney for Estate.
NOTICE Off MMZmBTXtATOn'S
Notice is hereby given that the
HEM SEyt Section -7,- 12% NEV,.
Section 18, and the SWVi NW!/t
Section 17, Township 124, Range
51 in Roberts County, will be sold
by the administrator of the estate
of Irve A. Petty, deceased, in order
lo close said estate. Written bids
will be received at the office of Bat
terton & Bnnde, in Sisseton, South
Dakota, or may' he left with the
County Judge of Roberts County oi
may be delivered to Charles W. Pet
The land was not rented this year
as the season was late and the ad
ministrator thought that the pur
chaser might desire to summer fal
low and thus out it in good shape
for next year.
BATTERTON & BUNDE,
Attorneys for Adininistrator
While it is- difficult to changc
long established customs, the prac
tice of using cottonseed meal as a
direct fertilizer should be stopped.
OltlMHt AMI JVOTIOIS
OI'' SETTLEMENT OF
FINAL ACCOUNT AND
Sanitary Barber Shop
Basement Swedlund Bldg. Sisseton, S.
Having bought the Maj. Bailley burl!!rj©
ed a tailor shop. Will do repairi/_^,.P^e88"
ing and alterations. Your patron/
HEARING OF l*KTITIOV
SUte of South Dakota
County -o) Roberts
In County Court
la the Matter of the E^taic of Sam
Josephine Jensen, executrix of the
will and esUte of Sam Jensen de
ceased having rendered and pre
sented for final settlement and filed
in this Court her final report and ac
count of her administration of said
estate and a petition for final dis
tribution thereof aud it ajipeariu..
therefrom that said estate is ready
NOW THEREFORE, it is ordered
and NOTICE is hereby given that
Tuesday the 22ml clay olj June,
D., 1920, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon of i^iid day at the office or the
(Judge of this Court in the City oi
Sisseton, Roberts County, South
Dakota, be and hereby is appointed
for the final settlement of said ac
count at which time and place any
person interested in said estate may
appear and file written exception!
for said final account and contest
"And at the same time ami placc
ujion (lie settlement of said fina"
account of said executrix the resi
due of said estate will be distribut
ed to the person by law entitled
•And if is ordered that Notice of
such settlement of said final account
and of the hearing of said petition
for distribution of said estate hi
given by mailing a copy of this order-,
and notice together with a copy ui
said final account to each of'the de
visees, legatees and heirs at law oi
said deceased at least ten clays be
fore Hie time herein fixed for said
hearing and by publishing a copy
of this order aud notice in the Sisse
ton Weekly Standard for at least
three weeks prior to such hearing.
Dated May 2G, 1920.
Ry the Court:
H. M. KNIGHT,
ATTEST: D. F. STEVENS, .i~,
In the Mat-tw of the Estate of Wil
liam L. Lamb, Din-eased
In Comity Court
Staib of South Dakota, County of
Tiie Slate of South Dakota sends
greeting to Ada Belle Bvuce, Re
becca Dowd, Tillie L. Lamb, Luella
Lamb and Mildred Lamb, heirs at
law and next of km of William L.
Lamb, deceased, and to all whom
these presenth may come.
Notice is hereby given that Tillic
L. Lamb, executrix has tiled with
Ithe Judge of this court, her final
account as executrix of said estate,
and with it a petition for the final
distribution of said estats, and that
Salurday the 10th day of July, 1920,
at. ten o'clock A. M. of said day, be
(ing a day of a regular term of thif
court, towiit: of the July term, 1920,
at the Court Room of said Court, in
the City of Sisseton, county of Rob
erts, State of' South Dakota, has
been set for final settlement of the
administration oi said Executrix of
said estate of William L. Lamb, do-,
ceased, aud for final distribution
Dated at Sisseton, this 19th
of June, A. D., 1920.
H. M. KNIGHT,
Judge of the County
First Class Work and Service Guaranteed
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