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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, March 25, 1910, Image 1

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Vi °fcU Drafts en all pnvts of the World.
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Steamship Tickets and write
All kinds oi I:.surar.ee.
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os. MARWICK, Pres. HENRY HELVIG, Cashier."
H. INGERSOL, V. P. LEO J. LUKANITSCH, Ast, Cash-
our shoes ii! he correct in
shape, iit. style and quality
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,thar jroes to inake UJ) -oo.| been visiting his sister Mrs. J.H.
|glasses. I lie lenses, the Sitert and ianiily. he returned
frame, tiie material, the
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A. B. MATTHEWS
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(Anne io Look or Come to Buy
Make this your store and make
the most of it Every depart=
ment now blossoms with spring
freshness in New Wearables,
Our Excellant Clothing
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flats and our Choice, Toff^y
WPII worth your attention.
are always at your service. Yes,
WVre Making A Bid For Your
Trade.
May We. Have
SISSETON AND VICINITY
TK5
IOddy Echoes.
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A successful basket social was
held March 18ih in Norway ij
school district number six. Thev
are going to buy a bell with the
money.
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sp.riny and adjustable nose ^Ir. and .Mrs- Geo. Bir-Jsal,
pod, evi vtiiiii"- wit.ii a view
ert
Ur plca.ins ..„V .-»t..ra,r«, SSStt v.
licthm qnallty mHI.MW.j The roads over to V,
:Xew nmsv ee.eIi weeic. pretty good now. if vou doubt:
11 j^. E- CRG'JKETT. I ir.y word ask Harry.
Jeweler ani Optician ^n7^IT~ 1
He:! Crcrs Jcwolry SttrCj TOW!B!S Old Stsr.d 5N
jiSisseton, South Dakota, -i.vich lS-.h. 10i
^i.-.e i:rnn- or. nf Mr. and
l| Uvirs. o. Joiinst is vc-rv .sick.
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Browns Valley Sunday..
B'rr,sal-
Jay Thompson and
/.C1AJJ. Jl nn 01 Sls..et0n
I a a a
Wiimot vVarblings.
rrt/ii. iin'
n«'piiiA.,un
Nursery Stock.
I am making my canvas for
for orders for Howard Lake
Nursery stock for spring delivery
I: and will call on all mv friends
inij
win raj! on an my iri0nc!S
and patrons in the nearfuture.
requested to hold their orders
until they see me.
Respectfully
ronnoeh"'
Dec. 3
ages
a a
whoattended«
I'M! .II IDC 1 11 |]I* I OF- O: 2S
1 1 meeting: at oi.^seton Saturday IB
a a i
a
a a S i
no harm in saving so. a'l- iertand Mrs.J^ifert, they report
Yiioimdi it may -e'on a little
the teachers 'I
very interesting program.
eLrotistiea]. Miss Bessie Burch, of Browns
l-
a a
vicinifv
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a N a
SBSCt°"
I Dr. P. D. Peabody of A'easier is I!
atending him.
A a
ehil'lren went to Websrer Thurs
day morning, beinu" c::lU:d there!
by the death of Mr. Li dquist's
niece. Miss Clara Lindo.uist.
They returned Monday.
Mrs. Mary hnudson is quite
sick.
Ortlev
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Mrs. Harri^ nn of sis^ton
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s,n i,IMi
Sout!l
J,.lko,
inerlv a lioine.steader ta this m-h
1 1 I i!l hold !!-. iinniiiil M-.-snm at MiM.iiuli
JV.
nsiiip has been here visit m- .• ,, ..... ,.
A a O a n- u- i- n
a a
•llv''li''S tin'l iti' liitvc in-ttve ni'-niiiiM-slii|i in
tilt' .1 ssi.it" oil. iiniun^- -.vliu-ii is
-uaiei Li ot. ai liauhna lum- Unboi-is i-or.nt.v. Kfilm-t-i.l i-utrs will
ber to build new house on Tru-
and sold t!:»• hide lor r.inedol- A.!.i:-,h--nicN..*i ^u-P m.ii.i-iu.
Jill'S. iijinti Dr.Preston W.Senrch
Miss Minna oM will com-
mence a lour months term of1 Mis* aw-.-!:*caris-Mi. Kt-viiie
school in the Mal-^'y (hsti'iCt a,- iH'iai
bout the first of April.
Robert Xancar, a prominent
a -m A
dangerously sick with paralvsis.
a a a
Last VVeih es(U:y afternoor,
while William Schwandt. the old
est son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Schwandt. of Garfield township
was grinding feed, a gasoline1.,
a
grinder, the elt on the drive!
wheel broke- It seems that, he!
attemntedj'to throw the belt otT:„
and in some manner his right..'
hand was cauaht either in some!
a
belt. The.drive wheel carried'1
his body around several times,
striking his head on one of the
wheels of the truk which sup
ported the engine, the base of
the skull was fractured, he also
I received a deep gash on the top
a a a
was broken in two different place
He was carried into the house
unccscinous and remained so un
til death relieved him of his suf
I ferings. which occurred at three
o'clock Thursday morning. Dec-1
eased was 2o years of age and
was a young man of good" habits
a a a a
by all who knew him. I
t$
cash capital of
K.hicilli.ui:il
tH
man ../ale! farm, tIr fi)llowinr I'l-o^i-aui ims inj«?u
Farmers have been busy the ii-«-|ami.
p'ist lew weeks cleaning seed
jj I 'I »Oi .H. :d
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First Savings & Trust Co.
Has been oiganized by fie stocklioldeis of the First
National Bank of Suseton under the laws of South Da­
kota, It is tinder the control and supervision of the State
bank^E\arriner and is examined bv him (his first exami-
has
on die c-criitic tt.. i.hm.
J'l-idiiv A ri:cion. A ri 1 sth
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"scii": ana nusinov
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HANS HESCH.
A Ch-ince of p"0£).,,"n cverv
night at the Un'que.
just been completed) and makes reports to
to him, exactly as any State Bark does. It has a paid up
Twenty- Five Thousand Dollars
It receives deposits on time only and pays interest on
them at the rate of
S I E E N
National Bank.
It? kinds are loaned only on real estate security, making
it safer (if such a th'ng is possible) than any Stale or
Your Time Deposits Solicited
Office at
The First National Bank
OF SISSETON', SOUTH DAKOTA
ANNUAL SESSION
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Ol he Nortnern South Dakota mi-s i-.. u-i i:0i„uson. siiii,„nit
Educational Association '.-iienn i)K,.nssiun
'2:1 ll'.W a ,-oin Ii Dakota I'oy iVas l:.'-
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Vm-al .MkC. E MilJs
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Scnot'lh" Ur. l'rt^lon \V rcli
SiUiu'ilay Moi'iiinjr. April !'th
11
MuViC 1 lopfnvr Clasir 'Jrrlii.-Lra
I'hr o! in Oor^cf
oiiJary r-vt
Miv- Li:l.ar. v.. Evans S .-y ton
Supr. A. L. !iui«!mi, irtt'on
i' ''S .Mi pi'.' !•.••:? i-r:n.( 1: Sri cure \v:
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api. \V, K. Van Walkor. ^Vai-ijay
Dt-si-i.
So 'V. il. IjC'^tnan. Pr-.iiiold
Wvni Soio Mi'- Orari-Cashing
Addro- Ov,)v/!j) of a C-hial''
]»r.
Pr«-ston
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Search
Saitii'ikty A!'tern.April J)f.h
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SiO'JX
FALLS.S.D.
sironuesteompaniesdoing
Those desiring to purchase are kota law requiring a deposit with the state for the
S|)U^ Pa'kota Company for South Dakota peofl
ft s* i-,i
D°PctrtWcnt
°t Ui
NO 40.
Willi. %-v,,St...- Scot.
Or. I'rrstOii \V. Searolt
Satni-diiy Kvt.'iiinjr, Api'il !lth
M'.i-'lo 11• Ir11 er's Cla.s, uri-ln-^ trn
Maic '..huii lei 11'
»:ln.older. Frr^iiHun, Koss. I.maiuiel
Violin Sulu "Kevr An^eliqeo (Uubin
I'rol. K. .JJJopfnor
I i- a
]»)•. Preston \V. Search
Money To Loan.
Of short time paper, to farm
ers and others. Payable from
Oct 1st 1.910. to Jan- 1st 1911.
A- M. KNIGHT & SON.
Farm For Sale
I oiler for snte the eh of
the no:', sec. 30, twp. 125, rng,
50, township of Easter, Roberts
county. For particulars apply
to John Bohn, 1095 Rhomberg
Ave. Dubuqtu'. Iowa. (It)
I have gotten up a good colic
remedy and solicit farmers and
horsemen to get a bottle and try
it. It will save you a good horse
if given in time, and it is guar
anteed under the pure- food and
drug act. of June 30, 1906, and is
for sale at. the City Drug Store.
Dr. A. H. NYGAARD, Sisseton,
S. D. 11-29-09
TRADE MORAL—The quality ol
what you have to sell is known
to some people all of the time
and all of the people some of
the time, but advertise regu­
larly with us and you'll reach
all of the people all of the time.
Vv rites Fil
soryt
Si-houi Orolu-6t.ru
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CEO. X. N. I. S.. AIH.T
llV.'ll.
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Light-
inn?anl
iornado in-
suranee on Farm
P',f)I»erty, (Jity Prop
erty and mercantile
risks. Not the larg-
est, but one of the
business in Soutli Dakol
he only company organized under the South Da-
protection of policy holders. Its policies mean
good as the best. South Dakota people need no
better guarantee than South Dakota itself. This
company securities are the first mortgage loans
on South Dakota real estate. Before writing in
surance, see hi
Agent.
=—s. JOMIN C. PERKINS
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