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i» FISR TIRES Sold only by dealers The best fabric tire made for heavy service or rough roads— RED-TOP fextra Ply—Hmtt Tread $22.00 Reduction on all styles and sizes A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product South Dakota State Fair, Sept. 12-17 1 "THE BEST YET* 'PHIS is a new day with wonderous advantages for the boys and girls. The FAIR MANAGEMENT is spending $5, 000.00 and doing many excellent things to help, educate and direct their energies. The Boys' and Girls' camp, the pig and club contests, the canning and sewing demonstrations and the High School Girls' Fashion Show are but a few of the fea ures that will make this year's Fair "The Best Yet." The oy Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps with Orchestra will assist ith the entertainment each day. All New Attractions. Fire orks Spectacle, Montezuma. Write Secretary McDvaine for premium list. THREE QUESTIONS CONFRONT TIE PROSPECTIVE INVESTOR X. la my principal safe? S. Ib my money available at all tiBM? What is tk« interest return? Tin Tin* Deposits issued by this bank merit jronr Investigation la W»WI to the above points: r',- 1,1. The certificates are backed by the resources of this baak. a.' They are aecotiahle. ... t. They is a»^N.SOlJTH|8A^)T4 Mpostts Oohranteed Mtb*,- orsOaarantee .Pwad *°uth Bank •t Oak0* n. 'i 8XS8BTON 8TAHDA*D J. F. Bowers, Mgr., Editor •wni it the postofflce at 8Isseton, Dakota as second class natter. Subscription HJM per pear f^wisw Adywwiw Wmr—1—5^ 1 THE AMEBIC** Eneas ASSOCIATION I CONTEST (x) JOKER 5,735,000 UNEMPLOYED The Secretary of Labor estimates the number of persons out of •.-mploy ment in all the industries of the country at 5,735.000. This is far in excess o? an a-mod forces that the United States Gov ernment mobilized during the war. To find anything that compares with it as a record of economic collap&e we must go back to the troubled months in 1914 which followed the German declaration of war, when American finance, commerce and in dustry were suddenly paralysed by the transformation of Europe into an armed camp. It is easy (and usually foolish to blame government for unemploy ment, but in this case ther-3 is a clear and unmistakable relationship. When the Republican Senators under "he leadership of Henry Cabot Lodge be gan their fight against the Treaty of Versailles they began also to recruit this vast army of unemployed. At this time these Senators or ganized their intrigue against Presi dent Wilson, American labor was at work and American factories were all running full time. American industry was looking forward to a long period of prosperity in which it was to reap the rewiard of its participation in the reconstruction of a war-devasted Europe. It was plain enough that American prosperity hinged on the rehabilitation and stabilization of political and economic conditions in Europe. American interests were in extricably involved with European interests. To get the world back on its feet it 'was imperative that the United States should ratify the Treaty of Versailles and exert all its influence and power to re-establish a real peace in Europe. Instead of doing the obvious thing the American people permitted :'ie Republican Senators to wreck tlr treaty in order to gratify their hatred of Woodrow Wilson, and when the treaty was wrecked by the Senate, Europe was given over to economic disintegation. Not satisfied with this exploit malicious destruction, the Republi can leaders in control of the Republi can Congress that was elected in the fall of 1918 refused to revise taxa ation and refused likewise to reduce expenditures to a peace-time basis. Their lanswer to every plea for action was that if the country wanted them to revise taxes it must give them com plete control of the Government in 1920. The country gave them com plete control of the Government and they have failed to carry through a single pledge that they made. American foreign trade has stead ily diminished since it beotame evi dent that the Senate would not rat ify the Treaty of Varsailles. Ameri can industry has steladily declined under an unbearable burden of tax ation. Hundreds of American mer chant ships are rusting away be cause American commerce has been strangled by Republican politics, and now a Republican Secretary of La bor admits that 5,735,000 American workmen are walking the streets be cause they can find nothing to do. This is the supreme achievement of normalcy.—New York World. 0 NOTICE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE The name of the mortgagor is Ar thur Thompson The name of the mortgagee First State Bank of Peever, of Peever South Dakota. The mortgage is now owned by the First State Bank of Peever, Peever, South Dakota. The date of the mortgage is Sep tember 29, 1920, and it was filed in the office of the Register ol Deeds of Roberts County, South Dakota, on October 2, 1920, at 8:45 o'clock a. m. and entered in Book 14 of Chattel Mortgages. Default has been made in the terms and conditions of said morte gage and the. nature of such default consists in that mortgagor has abus ed, misused, attempted to sell, re move and dispose of the mortgaged property and that he has now aban doned the same and fails to flake pro per care thereof, and that the mort gagee deems itself insecure. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that under and by virtue of the terms and conditions of said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the property therein and hereinafter de scribed at public auction by the Sheriff of Reverts County, South Da kota or his deputy, on Saturday the 3rd day of September, A. D. 1921, at two o'clock in. the afternoon of said d&y at the dwelling house on the southeast quarter (8E1-4) of the southeast quarter (SE1-4) of section three (3), township one hundred twenty-four (124), north of range fifty (60), west 5th P. M. in Roberts County, South Dakota, which the mortgagee hereby designates as the place of sate under Chapter S3* Laws of lMX, for the reason that the plaee where the property is slt vted and the mortgagor has abandon ed thesame. The following Is a description ot the property covered by said mort gage *nd to be sold as aforesaid, to wit: 1 Hider. Tractor No. 35933 Model C. Mil 20 horse power. 1 three bot tom, Pis* 0. Plow complete with nine shares and two breaker bottoms. 1 colt about 1 year old. 3 bay mares 5 years old with white spot In fore head. 1 bay mare 7 years old. All SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD above mares branded 0.1 bay gelding 7 years old. 1 light red cow. 1 dark red and white cow. blackish red and white cow. 1 wagon and box com plete. 2 wagon running gears. 2 Deer ing binders. 1 single row corn culti vator. I corn planter. 1 Boss harrow. 1 disc harrow l.« discs. 1 Deering mower .5 foot cut. 1 hay rake, new hay bucker. 2 Van 'Brandt Drills^ 1 P. & O. gang' plow. 2 sets breeching harness. 1 cream separator, single harness. Together with increase of said livestock. Also an undivided one half interest in and to all the crops ot every name and nature and de scription planted, sown, grown, cul tivated or harvested during the year 1921 upon NW1-4, and the Wl-2 of the NE1-4, and the SE1-4 of the SElr4. all In Section 3, in Lawrence Township, Roberts County, South Dakota, said land being owned by G. W. Rehfield and Herbert Rehfleld. Dated August 24, 1921. First State Bank of Peever, Mortgagee and owner of Mortgage. H. H. Baker, Sheriff of Roberts County, S. D. Ratterton & Bunde, Attorney for Mortgagee. Merchant Tells of a Remarkable Case Writing from Maxeys, Ga., A. J. Gillen, proprietor of a large depart ment store at that place, says: "•I have a customer here.who was in bed for three years and did not go to a meal at lany time. She had five physicians and they gave her out. One bottle of Tanlac got her up, on the second bottle she commenced keeping house and on the third she did all the cooking and housework for a family of eight." This sounds really incredible, but it comes unsolicited from a highly creditable source and is copied ver batim from the letter. Tanlac is sold in Sisseton by F. P. Maldaner, and by leading drug gists everywhere. Insurgents Block Iogg and Nelson of Minnesota were not ask to join because of their strong pro-Administration attitude. The bi-partisan bloc, which num bered almost as many Democrats as Republicans, was deliberately dis ruped by the Administratis. Hard ing opposed the Norvis farm export bill and wanted to ''aid the farmers" through the War Finance Corpora tion, because this would enable him to couple up the farmers with the Hailroads and permit the $500,000, 000 appropriation for the carriers tc go through without, too much opposi tion. In pursuance with this plan, Eugene Meyer, Jr., direc.jr of the War Finance Corporation, approach ed certain Southern senators and in formed them that if they would vote for the Administration bill large sums of money would be loaned bv the government to co'ton exporters of their 5tate, The Sou .herner* al lowed themselves to be influenced by these questionable tactics and as a consequence the Norris bill was side tracked and the bi-partinan b'oc (Ms solved. GRANT NEWS Shock threshing will be finished this week. Eunice and Gordon Dahlin return ed to their home in St. Paul this week. After spending threir vaca tion with their aunt Mrs. Blomquist. Viola Dutcher will teach school in district 1, Miss Scharms in district 2,, and Miss Julia in district 3. Do you know ^u^can roll •KNUINK "BULL DURHAM TMACGO Wm. I /»•.. Swedlund All Kinds of Real Estate Insurance Bonds The County Fair dates at Browns Valley are Aug. 30, 31, Sept 1 and 2. A Ford Touring Car given away the last day of the Fair. Let Lang Do It We aw always on the job aad at your service for any thing in the dray baslness. yoa have anything to be mov ed or delivered call Phonei!. A If I NIGHT 137 SISSETON GARAGE You Must Plan Your Financial Career Plan your work then work your plan H" JORGENSON ANDERBBRG A W E S Office in Guaranty State Bank Building SISSETON SO. DAK. Be photographed this year on your birthday. A DfAT A The latest invention in HEATING. Is as appro priate for a two story building as it is for a bungalow. Buy an Areola and save one-half your fuel bill. We guarantee its efficiency. It i6 neat, compact, and the last word in econ omy. On display in our window. THE HOME OF THE ARCOLA GREEN PLUMBING COMPANY CHARLEY HEUERMANN, Mgr. Telephone 185 Lukanitsch Bldg. Sisseton, S. D. uiuiuuima^iMniinnniii WE'LL DO IT!" *3o to the Sisseton Garage, across from the Commercial Hotel, and have your automobile or tractor repaired by experts. Hurry and avoid a delay. Get our reduced prices. First-class work and guar anteed to be satisfactory. K. Bowe The Photographer ia Yoar Town A few men are 'lucky'', but most successful busi ness men have used good judgment. c^SEcumrNiTioNtLBiNU HEALTH OSTEOPATHY PROPERLY UNDERSTOOD 18 AN EX CELLENT ROAD TO HEALTH. WHY NOT MAKE YOUR HEALTH THE F1R8T THING IN YOUR LIPS AND A GOOD TIME SECONDARY? IT IS.NOT STRENGTH BUT HEALTH /THAT MAKES FOR EFFICIENCY. IT ISN'T THE.LARGEST TREE THAT BEAR8 THE BEST FRIUT. 1 W.L. SHEPHERDSON .OSTEOPATHY PHYSICIAN AN? SURGEON OVER REXALL DRUG STORE SISSETON, 8. D.