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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, July 16, 1920, Image 8

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With the 3rd Party
(Continued £rom page 1)
tisan
leagu*
.slandiiiK these Xonpurtisau
fellows."
Outside tli» conventions, back ii
the northwest, there are things Imp
polling of which perhaps the thing*
in tile convent ions are parallel de
velopments.
In North Dakota the tiKht Myitis'
the Nonpartisan league this comiir.
fall will he particularly severe. Its
enemies out of both established par
ties seem to he girding
for a great ami special battle again
themxelvp*
il. One hears that naturally it i«
not failed to occur to leaders of th"
Nouptirt isaii league that if Seimtiit
LaFollette should run for the pies'
doncy in harmony with the Nonpar­
league his popularity anion'
northwestern farmers, demon
sti'ifted so recently in his own stale
would create a voting moveineir
highly advantageous to the Nonpar
tisan league ticket through a com
bination of presidential and local
interests.
Again, in Minnesota, where tile
Nonpartisan league candidate foi mentioned. One has not heard iH
(Jovernor was defeated in the repuh- commended. One has not heard
lican primaries, there is already an attacked. One hears only about
outlined effort for continuing hi" railroads, crops, freight tales, prices,
candidacy as an independent undei wages, proliteeis. strikes, with some
the title already used in that stat' occasional remarks about civil liber
and now proposed here Chicago ties, and then again strikes, prnfi
for the whole third parly movement leers, wages, prices and so on bad
—the title "Farmer-Labor." again once more to railways and
Ijookillg Toward Lal'ollede "LaFollette."
If now iu Minnesota the new par It is a political gathering talking
1y should give a national urge to the economics, and the economic !.:
FORSALE
Minneapolis Tliresliino- (i
H.R. HANSON
ROUTE 5 SISSETO\, SOUTH DAKOTA
Wdi. Swii uson E1 Quaintance
Sanitary Barber Shop
Electric Clippers Electric Massage
Cigars .. Baths
First Class Work and Service Guaranteed
Basement Swedlund lU«lg. Sisseton, S. !., Phone 250
Fgallon
iocal •"Farmer-Labor" tick"? usd
the
professional cuctieal manage
ment of {Senator LaFollette th»
chances of local success inr the Non
partisan league might li»*
siderahlv
1 S S
throughout all states aftected
the Nonpartisan league is thought
to suggest the desirability anil oven
the necessity—for the league—of
much support from labor and of the
added inomeiitum to be gained from
a presidential eandidacv coinhining
words "Farmer, Taibo'
the thr
La Follette."
Talk is oil Fcoiiomic Sul).i-ts
After listening to thousands of
words of conversation from farmer
delegates, one happens not to have
heard La Follette's war record even
it
Ii t. ei limine h. p.
burns either gasoline or kerosene. Separator :-j.
All in good running order. Also six bottom
plows. One steel gas lank, rapacity of ." 1 gal
lons. Reason for soiling, sou gone into business
for himself and can not run outfit alone. Wil!
sell cheap, for less than half what new would
cost. Call on or write
'OR more tire mileage, more miles to a
of gasoline, greater riding comfort
and for the best possible tire investment
Next Time—BUY FtSK
I
very con
improved.
These calculations.
sound or unsound, art' being mud*'.
The economic program of the Non
partisan league—involving gn»»'
extensions of public ownership—
needs for its fulfillment a lively co
operation with a parallel program
among wage earners together with
special allowances for special wor!\-
.Meanwhile th«
immediate political a
These tires are built to this Ideal:
**To be the best concern in the world to work for and
the squarett concern in existence to do business with."
Stavig Bros., Sisseton,
CORD TIRES
Follette—gro«-:a? out of tn-»
1
of hi.« votes on economic subj-cts—
is the mastering candidate.
not the LaFollette of direct in irnai't
legislation lit is not the I.aF dU'tu.
of war policy, lit is the
who mad»' tile seamen's a a!''
who opposed the Kch-' II
law.
Kvery one of the South Itakut
Nonpartisau league farmer? seem
ot
to wear one
gets
ca^iv
otf." said a suddenly rottununi
,* t'iirmer. "He knows. What i.
a furiser? Suppose he owlis hi
land- j}Vhut is an owner? He
fellow Who's paid his rent so tar it
advance he's forgotten about it
What's A renter? HP'S a fellow win-'
puvs il so often lie can't help re
niemhenng it. Anyway. in hot.'.
I cases he railroads and the' trust
a a
much as they care to let li'tn luiv
when he gets through payins tiien
what they charge. What's hi
land? It's a place where they know
he'll go to work the morning h
eause tliev let him think it his.
And all the time it's owned by th
railroads and the trusts, berau.-e
they take the proiits off it when they
want to Fellows that work to
somebody else are workers. That
the farmer."
So saving, he resumed his pain-
SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
1
takins overhearing of a de'viv- be- I
tween i«ii members of the l.'iuted
.Mine Workers
Grant News
.Miss .Julia Berge wen tr Aoet
lieen .Monday to attend the .'••summer
school.
Miss Esther Uehan has been er.
saRed to teach sehool in district oue.
Hans Myrum returned to Brook
ings Sunday.
Alfred Sleen and ills Kalbak
Jr.. will aive a leap year partv when
the addition to the granary or Ine..
borg: Steen's barn is finished. Toste
and Kdwin with their jitneys wi."
brnif !ie quests m. inval w::! b
mitde and Dave toastmaster. All are
welcome. Date and jirogram late-
S ". Sorenson witii a nvw of met":
are fixing the roads. The tile dla
sers have tapped the water out of
the slouch at Soreiisin's house.
The tubular well digger from
Browns Valley repaired Paul Han
sen's and Nils Holmberc's wells.
A. H. Hjortaas from Uellinirhai
was here looking the roads over to
see if he could move the threshintr.
rig he has bought from Car! Steeti.
ilr. N'e'.s Lourie returned yester
day from the Pacitie coast, where
he has spent the past six weeks. He
oi'isited the cities. Spokane. Los An
geles. Portland and San Francisco,
and reports an enjoyable trip.
The Standard has the largest oir-1
filiation of any paper in Robert.:!!
county. That's why an ud with us
brings results. [j
Food for Thought
Continued from .jag'-* 11
a! courage and character.'
v..
I
Hav*
you always sought such leadership?
A:i! But nobie leadership can otilv
come troui a home of noble rf
Is your home pitch a jthio-V
If you are interested iii t!ie rent
problems of true Astericanutu. and
tho?e little naniu. inclined to think of real is-ues ot
buttonhole LaFollette stre^'-iei's.,.,.., liumanity and life, you w:'l be inter
Wliat is a Kstnite"!''." ested the Sunday morning »ervic
"He knows where the funnel I
a
til" Methodist church
Th- Pd.?v •wt'.l •pe iV
ble."
STAVIG BROS.
Sacrificed profits
from the begin­
ning. We havt-} not tried
to follow the advancing
market, and our prices
have lieen reasonably low
W do not ask yon to
buy eariy. nor do we ask
you to buy late. But
when you need goods,
remember that Stavig
Bros, is the place that
meets your ret ['..lire meats
Right Road to P.e«i R.,»
Servus* at 10:30 A. M. Tile
be practical, entertain­
ject. "T
form
service wi!
ing and helpful.
At 8:0» P. M. the pastor
Many people do not know all they
would like to know about the differ
etit versions of the
••pretistant"
Several Merchants
UNIQUE THEATRE
FRIDAY, JULY 23
"THE FALL OF
BARBARY COASF
STARRING CRANE WILBUR
Personal Appearance of the Authoress
GRACE MARBURY SANDERSON
Who received the largest amount ever paid for
a Motion Picture Scenario.
If y»: tuive
wil!
dis­
cuss the topic, "Versions of the Bi­
hi-
bie. or the "differences" between
the Catholic and Protestant versions
w. 3r"iTf:R»'!ELri
lo.-tt:
Were not satisfied with
reasonable profits oil the
cost of merchandise, but continued to
raise the price on goods on hand to
follow the advancing wholesale prices.
Those merchants found their custo
mers
leaving and the goods remaining
on their shelves, and have been con
ductino- sales throughout the country.
O S O S E I E
Stavig Bros.
Sisseton and Roshoit, S. D.
A tense, dramatic sensation
based on the Rev.Paul Smith's
successful fight against Bar
barv Coast, known as the
plague spot of seven conti
nents.
The Greatest San
Franciso story
Ever Told
Come Earlv Come Early
anvtliinj, want
sell anything or buy anything,
lot it be known through the Stand
ard want ad column. Results are
certain. Only oue eetn a word
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Wji^. THE IMAMONU IIBAXD. A
l*lll» Rcl and Mold m«allic\flfcr
boxes, stsaleJ with Blue Ribbon. ^7
Tth« other- Ilnjr mf yuur
UrtatiO. Ask
f'vciin«cin?H»TCit
ItRAINtt PIUMr*d
y?»ri ktiu*n.Ti West.
Safest, A! w-»y-j
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
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