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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, April 15, 1910, Image 1

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Sisseton, So. Dak.
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Capital Stock, $50,000.
Surplus and Profits $10,000
$411,000
Total Resources,
Jos. MARWICK, Pres.
Aril. INGERSOLL, V. P.
O E A A I I O N
lour shoes ill be correct in
shape, fit, style and quality
if you buy them of
J. M. SWAINBRRO
The Shoe IVIan
JL A. PETERSON, Mantftr
Special Showing Of
Monarch and Cluett Shirts
Commencing April 18th
Our windows will display a few of the may pat
terns we are showing.
They Are The Non-Shrinkable Kind
All CLUETT shirts guaranteed FAST COLORS
if you are not satisfied with your shirt we want
you to give this line a trial and find out what
satisfaction you will have,
Once A Customer Always A Customer
Yours To Please
The Golden Rule Clothing Co
Vol. 17 SISSETON ROBERTS COUNTS S. ].). FRIDAY, APRIL. 15 1910 —12 IV
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OFFICERS
1 HENRY HELVIG, Cashier.
LEO J. LUKANITSCH, Ast, Cash-
E BEST (WEAR
Thelv ran Le no exoner
ation in the truth. \Yhi-n
you know you know a tliiny
and you know it, there is
no harm in saving MI, al
though it may seem a little
egotistical.
EARTH
has been seorehei
the very best of everything
A.
\rr TV sr—r~w'
us for
lie very best of
that goes to make up good
glasses. The leiws, the
frame, the material, the
spring and adjustable nose
pod, everything with a view
of pleasing our customers,
both in quality and price.
M. E- CROCKETT,
Jeweler and Optician
Bod Cross Jewelry Store, Towle's Old Stand
Sisseton, South Dakota.
a
mistake if you purchase
whatever yon need iu
HARDWARE
BUOGIES AGOXS
FARM IMPLEMENTS
OR MACHINERY
B. MATTHEWS
SIstMlMi, So. Dak.
W'
COMMISSIONERS PROCcEOINGS
:n i. I'fiu.rr ii
l\i (nurd of ''imni i-imimi^'ioners
met
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r!'lu
the memln'i-s
pi*'- -lit. U. ['ilsoih. II. A. \'ricm.
M. SiitiMvn. IVtrr Mor. Ilarrv
GruuUns.
followiny load pvtilions ivi'ir
'..ikrii up :mi di|ioi'd ol as follow-.:
TIH
petition from tirant tovvn.slii]
for :m iippr.ipriation for jrnidi
asking for an appr.ipriati
o.i mot
en.
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tion'wiis rofi-rnVi to M. L. Ssnur- fj
The petition for a stop! bridge across
t.ie Wlu'ihtone Creek on tile regular
laid out road in section :il, nvp. I'-'.'i,
r.mri* -pi. I
On motion was gi-anteu a steel or'
concrete hridjre. .'1:1 lony. 1 ft. wide
and loft. hiirh.
The petition from Sprinirdalc town
ship asking lor abridge on the section
line between section two and section!
eleven, was on motion referred to K.
I'dseth.
The petition from Sprin ilale town
s.' tor ilie
I:UIJM
ruci ion of a
bridge on the section line between see
ti-iii -1 and section 22: on motion was,
referred to R. Udseth.
The petition from Sprin^dale town
ship ,:skiny' that a bridge lie erected
on the section line between section :t4
and section ll"i: on -.notion was referred
to K. I dset h.
Motion'made and .seconded that the:
petition askinff that the coilnty coni
n.isMoiieis. try to recover the money
dniv.-r. by ). 1L. .lones. for pretendeil
salary as superintendent of school of
this county from and after the first day
of January l'infi lie laid on the table.
.Mr. Yri-im. .Mr. Moe. Mr. I'dselliand
Mr. Sateren voting for the motion and
Mr. Crunljois voting against said mo
ion. mot ion carried.
Claf rovedale presented his liondof
two hundred dollars as janitor of the I
com-' b.nuse in with the Northwester'
Surety Co. as surety.
(In mot ion was approved.
ity*.\ Guaranty Co. as surity: Amount
of bond $0,0011.00.
motion was approved.
Bi is '.Vere alloweil or rejected as follov.*
express, postage and
A.
est \vi
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fj .L'l.l
wjoU', repairs t»p l.vpi.-wi iter...
\iolien!»ecu. iK.unury for eJir.
house
»*arl Herjr, oi^gint: ^rave..
.!uh:i SwansOJi. s:uary us ^ame war
ul-h I.ii the Uioiitbs tt .Ian,, l-'i-b, uinl
Marcli a'ld cxpensos
S. L. Fuier&oit. clamagi' to trrain in tiiir
ir ih»i l.akr itf111 |„tMi dit.-li
Win.-J. Sjerv\ n. eouri
A. o. Uitus, ruan -erip
i- "l.s A pp.u. ««K.| eOi ipi
.Nationa. otiiec »uppiy oo.. Oilite sup
plies
H. D. v\ lison, letterheads
Dakota Ceutral Telephone Co., tele
phone service
Charlie Horgemun. useisline in catch
ing E.Vanderhule in Minn.and brintf
\og him back to South Uakota
O. C., N»*ps, arresliiiy E. Vamierbuie..
John 8. SwanBOD. jailors salary for the
niontlis of Jaouary. February and
March
The certificate of continuation of the T-"i»"',«H-e IVp. on the section line lie
bond of the First. National Hunk
S 1 1 0 S
White Hock as principal, for county ram ion was granted a steel or con
deposits. with the United States Fidei-!
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John S. Swanson.express, drayage and
telegrams in Gail matter
John S. Swanson, expense and ppr
dtam taking Geo. Cloud vo the re
form school
(i (i
Motion made and secouded that the buard
adjourn to April (l.MKi, motion carried.
Attest:—J- A. RAY, Signed, R. UDSKTH,
County Auditor. Chairman
Sisseton, S, D, April Mb. 1!M0.
The board of county commissioners met as
per adjournment. All members present as on
previous day.
Hills were allowed or rejected as follows.
D. K. Stevens, P. O. box rent, stamps.. J20 10
J. H. Lewis, olamps, box rent and
court script,
TO f.r
Harry Granbois, commissioners ser
vices and milage 22 00
M. Sateren, seed oats for poor farm Moo
G. A. Vreim, commissioners service
and milage 1(1 75
Ever 1.arson, manager of the i.oor
farm
and hired giris wages 2:« 0(1
.]. A. Ray, express, freight stamps and
P. O. box rent and expences to the
auditors meeting at Pierre... 39
90
Sisseton Mill & Light Co., electric light
for court house so 30
James Staolcton.cleaning cesspool and
hauling aehes for months of Feb
ruaryand March 03 'J.'j
Sisseton Mill & Light Co., feed and
grinding for poor farm asked $16 73
allowed 12 00
0. T. Axnees & Co., coal for poor farm
and sweeping compound for court
house 22 18
Peter Moe. csmmlssloner service and
milage 9 00
B. Udseth, commissioner services and
milage 19 30
Geo. A. Ogle & Co.,5 atlases of Roberts
County 7.1 00
M. L. Sateren, commissioner services
and milage 6 30
E, J. Turner, salary for the months of
Jan, Feb. and March and expences.. 235 GO
Chas. Hoffman,wolf bounty on one wolf 2 00
John Flute ... 2 00
John S.Swanaon, criminal work 110 65
collecting delinquent
taxes 88 71
John S.Swanson' boarding prisoners.. 109 75
C. I. Hougen,,official printing 21 SO
C. C. Knappen and office
supplies 48 CO
R, B. Dudley, official printing and of
fice iiupplleK. asked $32 50 allowed... 29 qq
News Printing Co., office supplies 20 75
American Publishing co. office supplies 27 75
Will A, Beach Printing Co., office sup'
plies and assessors supplies 33186
Perkins Bios. Co., books,office supplies 175 22
A. E. Taplin.medical attendance coun
ty poor 7 00
T. W. Cabill. casket and suit of clothes
for a county cbarge 18 00
1. Stadttad, miscellanous 5 75
1. stadslad, connty filling 22 15
'"'i'lf^ -l f'- lon},r- ft- liife'h
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Ui 25
Motion mario iluu the Uiml in class
A lie ruisiMl to $'.»..'() pot- ucrr and class
lie left I lie same $"..'10 and class C'
be lowered to $0.00.
Voting* lor the motion K. t'dseth and
Peter Moe. voting against, G. A.
Vriera, 'M. Tj. Sateren and Harry Crran
hois. Motion lost.
Motion made and seconded that the
classification of the land he left the
2*.
{TO SIIIIK-*
1 1 0
10 jr»
2 00
DC
as Mioii which was: class A $! 40
ti class $7 o, class $i ")0. Voting
for N!' ss.'i', Vreini. Sater'-n. Clranhoi.s
2ti
ansi .\ke, voting ugainsl said motion
Mr. ("ilseth.
The petition from Luke and Lee
townships asking for an iron bridge
-0 ft. long. ft., high, 10 ft, wide. On
motion was granted a steel or concrete
bridge.
•Motion made and seconded: that the
petition asking for an appropriation of
$1,000 for the grade west of White
Rock village. Granted.
The petition of the land owners west
ol the Chicago. Milwaukee and St,
Paul Railroad Co's right of way in Lee
township and which lands were assess
ed for the construction of the Lake and
Lee ditch now asks the Honorable
board of county commissioners to re
quire the Chicago, Milwaukee and St.
Paul railroad company to construct an
open bridge in lieu of the culvert at the
point where the ditch crosses the said
right-of-way.
On motion made and seconded, pe
tion was referred to the States Attor
ney to take the necessary steps for
getting the relief prayed. Motion
carried The commissioners drew two
hundred names for the use of the
Clerk of Courts in drawing the jury
for the May term of Court.
The Board inspected the jail and
court house and found the same to be
in fairly good condition.
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licpoi-L ol' tlie Condition
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The First. National Bank
.1' ion in 1 lit- :ii
a tin- c.o-r ul
kelson rccs.
I -a).«% U1 isciuiuls
Hi] drafts siviuvd
^tHitli lalcoia,
Miir.-h 2iMli. liMO
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nihc.-nml
s. Hmni in M't-un1 i-iri'uhmoii
Pivitiuiii oii r. S. Uomis
srtMjrit
HauUiim hitiiMV ftirnil un- ami ti\iur
Dlbrr n«ai rsiau* n\viH'i
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.".II (IIHi ml
i2 r»u
04
•s I2.5W I 0
10.2lH
from Naiional KanUs n«»s Kr
w'vvo ,\u'"n!'«|
Pui1 fit- lii'r :»•.'
•ma TniNi 1
*uip iiiit's
and ^avniL'* Bank*
HiH' frcmi ,ippftvr«l rrs-Tvo a^riits
Clu-clvs nit• DMiiT llcnis
Kx-*hani:e' fur rlonrlni: houso
Note* of otlior National MIUIU-
iiniis 2.870 00 .H2.1."it 20
fu* 1 null I S. trrusurer
i.5or oo
To 11 s-r «i.40l :»s
l.iitHilitlu
.'S.
Capital sin *L pah! in llUkhl .111
-Mii'pliis fa i«1 in.(KK) IHI
rmhvi.li'O Profits, loss ex penscs
1
nd
Profits, loss ex penscs
1 1.H4M 72
taxo* pita
.National ank noir outstanding oo
line niln National HanUs I, HOI» 15
1 hu' to Si a i.' ami Private Hunks atu
HauUrrs ~i.i.*il ii
Pile jo Tr 'ompnnies and Havi
Hallux
'ompnnies and Havi
I iidividiKt d«'posiis snWjoct to »-1H •k r.r.
Saving Posits •t.:wo 7l.»
Tiim' err.i H'atrs of th'posit M.i'SO 20
CiishiiT'b :Mks ouuiaiulin^ 1 -1.7^) 7S
To:ut 2'vlOl :»3
(Duly Verified)
The petition for a lu-id
The First National Bank
OF SISSETON, SOUTH DAKOTA
Total Deposits $445,055.81
sto:
11)
NO 42.
On
The
Strength
Of this Statement ot Our Con
dition We Solicit Your Busi*
uess
it 02
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old
no
rJM'lumsil psijM't* ••urrrnry. melo
ami M'i ns. r. Ti
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Sti.O-Mt 20
Supervised by The United
States Government.
Managed by a Board of
Directors Comprised of Suc
cessful Business Men.
Officers
7.7M 02
arc Experience!
Bankers
&
Wide-A wake and Progres
sive, Keening Pate With
the Growth of the Commun
ity-
Motion made and seconded that, they
'adjourn to May third, luin, »uot-ion
carried.
Attest:
J. A. Hay, County Auditor*
signed, K. UDSIOTU,
Farm For Sale
I offer for sole the e£ of
the
iit.-J, sec. 30, twp. 125, rng.
50, township of Easter, Roberts
county. For particulars apply
to John Bohn, 1095 Rhomberg
Ave, Dubuque, Iowa. (4t)
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
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Sisseton, S. D., April 5, 1910.
The City of Sisseton, the
county seat of Roberts County,
South Dakota, will receive bids
for $25,000.00 worth of bonds to
pay off all outstanding indebted
ness. All bids to be sealed and
filed with the city not later than
May 2, 1910. The city reserves
tl}6 right to reject any and all
bids. By order of the Council.
GEO. ADKINS, City Auditor.
Writes Fire, Light
ning and Tornado in
surance on Farm
Property, City Prop
erty and mercantile
risks. Not the larg-
Sioux FALLS.S.0L est, but one of the
strongest companies doing business in South Dakot
A South Dakota Company for South Dakota people.
The only company organized under the South Da
kota law requiring a deposit with the state for the
protection of policy holders. Its policies mean
good as the best. South Dakota people need
better guarantee than South Dakota itself. This
company's securities are the first mortgage loans
on South Dakota real estate.. Before writing in
surance, see Our Agent.
JOHN C. PERKINS
a
Chairman.
Notice
on't neglect an ailment in
your horses or stock until it is
too late. Almost nine cases out
of every ten may be cured if a
doctor is called in time. 1 am at
your service for either night or
day calls. My work speaks for
itself. DR. A. H. NYGAARD,
4 8 Sisseton, S. D.
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