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YANKTON P08T0FFIQE
ADVAXCKD TO PUWT C'LAS
Yankton.—The Yankton postof
fice has been made a first class o'
fice because o£ big gain.4 made in re
ceipts last year.
Not only the change c!as:-»i3ca
tioKof^the office by the actual fig
zz a-:
It w.... 9.*»c
TVZ 7*rz\ 4 7
This Beautiful Rich Tone Phonograph
in Your Home
10 Days
That m'sans just what it says. We
want you to see and hear and en
joy this Rich Tone, right in your
own home—ten days FREE! We
don't want a cent of your money
unless you're actually pleased
The Rich Tone cabinet is finished
in genuine mahogany or stolid
American walnut. Noiseless,
worm gear. Plays any kind -o
record. Violin, suspended tone
chamber. Refined tone control
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protection.
save taa to
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more. They're playing a Rich
Tone too—enjoy tog themselves.
So can you—if you write us
quickly. We have a special, most
liberal offer. You can have a
Rich Tone right now—anyone
can—on small, easy payments
iLet us tell you how to save $25
to $50 NOW while you can.
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THE RICHTONE PHONOGRAPH CO.
Deal®** Write CHAD
RON, N'EIl.
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SX
ufes on gains made are attracting
favorable comment.
The gains made by the .3iou
Falls office were reported aa $15.
000 Vankton made a gain of ove.
$17,000 ia tiie same period.
While many other offices of thi.
olass are at a standstll or have not
made the last year's apportionat
gains the first half of this year, tin
Yaaktoa office has made nearly $11
000 gain over last, year's receipt
from January 1 to July 1.
The iacrease ia business. haa n?
ce-ssitated an addition to .tlu* num
ber of lock botes for renters. Thi
Fortune Building 1
-'tesiv.ar is pompon::**
joywaii'? aai we!'. pA .i—
io:a? I: dov?
you tout mosey
tvs* Aoeo2 *, :o earn
0?2 ir. .V
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The Security National
Bank of Sisseton
ItiillliiM
We have the
I. H. C. and, Moline Cora Planters, Cultivators
and Weeders.
postal employees receive'under tin
new recliwaiflcation an average
nual increase in salary amount in.
to $250 from July 1.
NEW (ZRCHO-SLOVAli it\
WANT* SO. DAKOTA IMtODU
Pierre.—Letters have been l-^ eiv
ed by Don Livingston, director of
markets of South Dakota, from Or
V. SmWana, consul of the new
|:echo-Slovak republic, advocai'iu
aa arrangraier.t whereby South Da
kota wool growers would provnl
the factories ia Czocbo-Slovaiiin
with wool lad to receive in i.iy
maat the finished goods.
The coa.-ul states that such a"
arrangement goods selling, iji :h
L'aited States for betwwn $7 and J**
yard could be turned over to an
organization furnishing the wool a
a cost of $ .10,
Mr. Liv.ng"on has for some Hnu'
advocated the establishment of souk
burbet system to get the producer:
nf this country in actual worUinr
touch with 'ht» manufacturers ir
ceatra'. European countries whim
might have no money acd no cred'l
to pure ha.»e the necessary raw ma
serial.
The pre-eat .leir.o-aliration of the
wool market threatens ruin to the
shee.?-ra:s-r of South Dakota and
neighboring states and this off or
the sheep raiser o? South 'Dakota
and Consul Srnetana may result in
the formation of some plan wiiic!
w:!'. give the wool growers a uar
ket with encouraging profits instead
of the immense loss threatened,
SUH'X t'TTY MAN. CHA7.T
WITH CLOTUKW ON
Mitcheli. .Vpparently ungrate
ful for the best home he has had in
many days. Barney Katz, dementjd,
used his fis: to breik the window of
the city calaboose where he is held.
No ri has been received from
his brother. Ben Katz. a Sioux City
business man. wUo wa^ notified that
his brother was held here as an in
sanity subject.
Katz was taken into custody
Tuesday eight wh.en disco-erel by
Charles Rathbun. He was dodgin
around the
SBSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
a
witerwork1 aad
:a2 peculiarly. W hen takea by ht
police Katz' clothes were dripping
we: as if he had been lying in the
wet. grass or had been swimajin^
with his clothes on.
Examination was made by a phy
sician Who pronounced Katz to be
unmistakably insane.
Although unable to reason, ICa{J
appa-reztiy has lost his memory ana
gave coherent answers to question*
asked him by the police authorities.
HELD FOR ASSAULT ON MAN*
WHO ATTACKED HLS SISTER
Huron.—Van Mulhollan wa:
brought before Justice Bell to an
swer to'a charge of assaulting Henr'.
Lee with dangerous weapons.
He waived hearing and was
bound over to the next termj.al the
circuit court. He now out on bail
Complaint was filed agaiaSt Mul
hollan on February 9. The aasaull
is alleged to have occurred in Janu
ary.
Henry Lee, the complaining wik
nes.s, was tried at this term of thr
circuit court for an attack upon Mui
hollan's sister, and is now awaiting
sentence which will be pronounced
early next week.
Mulhollan has a case pending ot
the criminal calendar for furnishing
intoxicating liquor.
Cultivators
it,
s- I -r
One minute Power and Electric
Washers. Hawkeye Tires and Tubes.
Overland and Paige AutomobUes
Ol S.Opbein
r^'
•S^Yr*
TOAC-Hl'MO THK OIVTTjIAN
TO IIK lUOHPNCTVUL TO
THK MllvITAHV A ,H I-
Today, for tha first ti-n-.- in au•
history, a military court martial
1s:m the iwwer to punish a civilian
for "COTit(«mj»t."
This little innovation—part, a* ilir
slow but definite aggrandizement o'i
the American General staff—we iwi
to th- Army Reorganization act
which was riventlv hustled through
cong-ess by the "big army" combine
of republicans and democrats. Hustl
ed through congress, signed by tin
president a.nd now the law of tli
land.
.Heretofore g-'eat care ban bee1.?
taken to make sure that a civilian,
in time of peace, ran afoul of t.li
military authorities, was not tried by
a military authorities. specifically
to the United States Disfirct court
for trial. Charge? might be prefer
red aginst him by army officers, but
he was granted a trial by a jury ol
his peers, quite in the -spirit of Mi#
old Mutiuy act of 18S8 which sturd
ily declared: 'Noe Man may be fore
judged of Life or Limbe or subject
e.i to any kinde of punishment by
Martiall Law or in any other man
ner than by the Judgment of his
Peeres and according to the known?
and Establishd Laws of this Realme"
But all that is now out-of-date.
Exceedingly so.—CHARLES T, HAL
LIN'AN. Secretary of Americ.au Un
ion Against Militarism.
HMT-T FAX HAVKH MrtNBV
From au insurance rate amount
ing :o $80 a thousand to nothing
is quite a drop, but Mr. F,. J. Don
e-*a. president of the Whitman
County Farmers' Union, of Oaks
dale. Wash., asserts that the smiit
collectltLg fan devised by the experts
of the United States Department of
.Agriculture has done that for him
Moreover, his wheat, threshed from
very smutty grain, sold at a discount
of only 1 per cent.
Addressing a fanmers' meeting a\
Walla Walla. Wash.. Mr. Doneen
told hi* snid!.-*uce: "1 started thresli
ias on the worst place on my fa~m
wlxere the grain contained from 17
to 2 3
per
cent smut heads, and by
using the smut fan ran tlie smut out
through a. pipe 10 inches in diame
ter. At first the smut was simply
scattered over the field, but latei
we put the end o-f the pipe under th
stack, thus preventing the spread of
the smut spores.
"We ran the machine for 31 day-1
and had no fires or er-'.plosions, al
though there were 16 explosions in
the district last year. I sold tlu
wheat at only 1 p-er cent discount
whereas without the smut fan 7
would have been docked at least 10
cents a bushel."
HELP PLAN FARM HOMSH
Beautifying and improving the
farm homes is the newest phase o'
home demonstration work in tlu
south, yet more than 1,500 fan:
houses were liuiit in the South last
year according to plans advised by
the Home Club agents 2,736 were
remodeled, 2,677 had lighting sys
tems installed, 19,270 had kitchen:
improved and made easier to d(
work in, 26,811 labor-saving device:
were made or purchased, and 2fl,
666 front yards were beautified
When extension work with the wom
en was started 10 years ago, it aim
ed ta lighten worn ens hard work
and to lift it out of the reaiio oi
drudgery and to aid. in food prob
lems. As .thefie problems were be
ing solved the questions of clothing,
home conveniences, increased poul
try and dairy production, sanitary
improvements, food composition
food values, and practical arrange
ment and furnishing of the kitchen
were brought up by the women. Thir
led to demands for practical 'plan.':
foe tbe whole house and for infor
mation as to its best location, drain
age, water supply, lighting devices
insidft arrangement, and decoration.
.A"''
PARMEWt MARKET CORN
iMenno.—Corn shelling in mid
summer is something of a novelty
on many of tho fanes in thia terri
tory. The farmers discovered that
they get tbe best price for corn about
this time of the year and according
ly wait until this period of the Burn
er to shell their corn and market it.
In a. period of 21 days a single local
elevator paid them an aggregate of
$22,000 for shelled corn. There arc
four other elevators and the total
amount paid, for corn-during the 2*
days is estimated at not teas than
$90,000. One or^feo farmers haul
ed in their corn fRh tractors, hav
tng about, four wagonk trailing be
hind them, but auto trucks and
teams of hones brought in most of
it.
NOTfCIS OK HEARING 1»ETITUN
KOlt liMTTKttH OF AHMIW.
WTRATION
State of South Dakota, Coanty
Roberts —ss.
lu Count Court
in (!it Natter of tlm KtitflCa
Dated at Siaweton, South Dakota
this 9th day of June, A. D. 1920,
Hy tlie Court:
Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota
June Stli, 1920.
|p SAMUEL E. DROWN, Execu
't" tor of estate of L. F. Brown,
deceased.
Lars J. Grinager, Canton, S. D.,
Attorney for Estate.
In. Vm Mn&jm" 'ti Mm IBntato 9? Wil
liani Ij. Liiuli, Deceased
Til County Court
State of South Dakota, County of
Roberts,—ss.
The State of South Dakota sends
greeting to Ada Belle Bvnce, Re
becca Dowd, Tillie L. Lamb, Luelia
Lamb and Mildred Lamb, heirs at
law and next, of loin of William
Lamb, deceased, and to all whom
these presents may come.
Notice is hereby given that Tillie
L. Lamb, executrix has filed
LEGAL DEPARTMENT
Ml!*!*®
of
of
Hmiry M\v *r. Decanted
THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKO
TA SENDS GREETING TO ALL
OF THE HE 1118 AT LAW ANE
•NEXT OF 1U:N OF HENRY MEY
ER, DEOEArtEU, AND TO 'ALL TC
WHOM THESE PRESENTS MAY
COME:
NOTICE is hereby »ivan that
Carolina Meyers has filed with the
Judge of this Court a petition pray
ing the Letters of Administration
of the Estat* of Heary Meyers, de
ceased, lie issued to H. M. Fellbaum
and thai Tuesday, the 6th day ol
July, 1920, at- ten o'clock A. M. oi
said day, being a day of a regulai
term of this Court, to-wit: of the
July term of 1920, at the office ol
the Judge of the County Court, in
the City of Sisseton, in the said
County of Roberts, South Dakota
has been set for hearing said peti
tion, when and where any person
interested may appear and show
cause why the said petition should
not be granted.
H. M. IOUGtHT.
Judge
ATTEST: D. F. Stevens
(•Seal) Clerk
NOTICE TO CREmTORM
State- of South Dakota, County of
Roberts—us.
In County Court
In the Matter of the Estate of L.
Hi'owa, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by tbe un
dersigned executor of the estate o!
L. F. Brown, deceased, to the credi
tors of and all persons having claims
against tbe said deceased to exhibit
them, with tbe uecessary vouchers
within four months after the firsl
publication of this Notice to the said
executor at his home at Cantor
South Dakota, or at the law offic
of La. 11.• f.'. lid CuiilOii-.
South Daliota.
with
tthe Judge of this court, her final
account as executrix of said estate
and with it a petition for the final
distribution of said estate, and that
Saturday the 10th day of July, 1920,
at ten o'clock A. M. of. said day, be
ing a day of a regular term of thir
court, towi.t: of the July term, 1920,
at the Court Room of said Court, iu
•the City of Sisseton,-county of Rob
erts, State of-South' Dakota, liar
been set for final settlement of the
administration of said -Executrix of
said estate of William L. Lamb, de
ceased, and for final distribution
thereof.
Dated at Sir.seton, this 19th day
of June, A. D„ 1920.
H. M. KNIGHT,
Judge of tlie County Court
J25-3t
ORDER AND NOTICE
OP SETTLEMENT OF
FINAli AOOOOOT AN©
HEARING OP PETITION
Pim DISTRIBUTION
State of South Dakota
(ss. u.
County of Roberto
In County Court
In the Matter of tbe Estate of Bam
Jeiueii, Deceased
Josephine Jensen, executrix of tbe
will and estate of Sam Jensen de
ceased having rendered and pre
sented for final settlement and filed
in this Court her final report and ac
connt af hpr adniluistration of said
estate and a petition for final dis
tribuUon thereof and it atvonrinn
therefrom that said estate ia" read
tor distribution:
NOW THBRBTORR, it ordered
and NOTICE ia hereby given th^t
Tuesday the 22nd day of Juan, a
D., 1920, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon of said day at the office of the
[Judge o* this Court ia tha City o)
Sisseton, Roberta County, Sou tit
Dakota, be and hereby appointed
for the fi&al settlement of said ac
count at which time and place any
person interested in said estate ruily
appear and file written exceptioni
for said final account and contest
the :kii»e
And at the name time and pJaet
upon Ui« settlement of said fin*'
account of said executrix the resi
due of ftaid estate will be distribut
ed to the person by 'law entitled
thereto.
And it is ordered that Notice oi
such settlement of said final account
and of the hearing of said petition
for distribution of said estate be
given by mailiafr a copy of thin ordei
and notice together with a copy uJ
said final amount to each of the de
visees, legatees and hairs at law of
said deceased at least tea days be
fore the Knie herein fixed for said
hearing and by publishing a c.iipy
of this order and notice in the Sisse
ton Weekly Standard for at leas!
three weeks prior to such hearing.
Dated May 20, 1920.
By the Court:
H. M. KNIGHT,
NOTJCi TO
Jll-4t,
Judge
ATTEST: D. F. STEVENS,
(Seal) Clerk
M28-J18-4t
(•!3UKOTTrH:tH
Estate, of ttary Mey«rw,
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned adimiuistrator of tlie
estate of Henry iMeyer, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceised
a
vouchers, within six months aftei,-.
the publication of this notice, to th?
a a a a
•Batterton & Bund in the City ot
Sisseton, in the the County of Rob
erts. State of South Dakota.
Dated July 6. 1920.
H. M. FELLBAUM,
AAi,rninistraior of tlib"
v-
ATTSST
(Seal)
Deceased. -.
H. ivt. KXCG-HT,
Judge of County Court. ..
D. F. STEVENS,
Clerk.
July 9-11
NOTICE TO CONTtM.dTOril.S
Sealed bids will be received at
tlie office of the County Auditor.
Roberts county. South Dakota, until1
one o'clock, P. M., August 3, 1920,'
and opened at that time for the con
struction of seven concrete bridges,
Plans and specifications may he s'*en
at the office of the-undersigned.
A certified check for ten per cent
(10 per cn-t) oi. bid, made payable
to the County Auditor, shall be filed .
with each bid, which in case of th'.
bidder (or bidders) receiving tl
award, should be fiail to execute
contract and file a bo^nd within ten
(10) days after acceptance of hip
bid shall he forfeited to the. County
as liquidated damages.
AH bids must be on the regulj.1
form furnished by the Highway
.Commission, sealed and plainly
imarked. No bid will be considered'
Which contains a clause in which
the contractor reserves -the rig[ht tn
•accept'or reject a contract awarded
to him by the Board.
The successful bidder will be re
quired to furnish a bond for the fill! 7
value ot the bid, executed a re
sponsible surety, drawn to protect
the county, and such as will lie ap
proved by the County Board.
The County Board reserves the
right to reject any.or all bids.
Dated at Sisseton, South Dakcta
thus 1st day of July, 1920.
I
R. C. RfiCHBRTS,
County AurStor.
jtly -9-4t
mmv mBH ON DC^
RECORD OF MAII^ARRIER
_____
Aberdeen.—43. A. jefiH, veteran
mail carrier, has Just funded out
30 years of servie at 'ocal office.
He is a rural carry &nd was giv
en the tirat rural r^® out of Aber
deen.'
,He carried t^e fa free delivery
service after it established ii
this city.
.. .Jewell-had nrf'm'wsBd a pay.dav
in his 30 yearaF service until last
iwintor wkon Ywas taken ill wit'
influeua:
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