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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, March 31, 1911, Image 3

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Gleanings Prom tho Harvest of a Prolific Field
At the Unique, to-niglit
J. F. Porter is reported on the
sick list this week.
Iver Israelson returned from
a trip to Peever, Monday.
FOR SALE one car of seed
oats on track.
Inquire of H. D. Batterberry
Hon. James Ross was in from
the Agency Saturday on business.
Wanted—A girl for general
housework. Apply at this office.
Mr. and Mrs. Abbot are the
guests of the Grover family this
Wanted—A girl for general
house work. Inquire at A.
Knight. T-F
Harry Baxter and Pat Reardon
made an auto trip to Effington
A. L. Aney was here from
Peever between :—ins Wednes
day afternoon.
Mrs. Geo. Schmidt and son
Mathew were in from Long Hol
low Tuesday,
Contractor Eichman and Roy
Dodge spent Sunday with rela
tives in Mil bank.
Ole H. Broste came over from
Marshall county this week on
a matter of business.
Albert Kilness transacted bus
iness while in the city the first of
the week from Effington.
Mr. and Mrs. Newman moved
into a residence in the north-east
part of the city Tuesday.
Carl Schmidt came up from
Pfeever Tuesday afternoon to at
tend to some business matters.
Henry Goebel arrived Monday
afternoon from the Cities where
he has been for the past month-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winter
were in the city the first of the
week trading and otherwise busi
ly employed.
Mrs. Luude and daughters,
Mrs. A. O. Olson and Miss Tres
sa, are spending the week with
friends in Minneapolis.
Ed Valentine came in from his
home in Hart township Monday
to spend a couple of days with his
sister Mrs. Ole Elleson.
Peter Pirmantgen was in from
the eastern part of Hart town
ship Saturday and transacted
important business while here.
Many farmers from the sur
rounding country were in the
city the first of the week for the
purpose of renting school land.
we. have installed a shop, complete to
take care of all kinds of repairing and
Installing Furnces.
Plumbing done and satisfact
ion Guaranteed. All kinds
of Tinning done.
Olson & Miller, Prop's.
The Sherrys at the Opera
House April 4.
Seed. Grain for sale. Sisseton
Mill and Light Co
Change of program every nigh
at the Unique Theatre.
Joe Hannasch transacted busi
ness in this city Saturday.
Mrs. Hattie Borland visited
relatives at Wilmot over Sunday.
Paul Sievert, of Grant, rented
some school land while in the city
Miss Louisa Vigthe'seamstress
spent Sunday with her parents
in Long Hollow.
Charles Pryor and Frank Hill
were up from Milbank between
trains Tuesday.
Henry and Louis Otto were in
the city from Long Hollow the
first of the week.
Mrs. Kimball and daughter
Irene were shonping in Sisseton
Saturday afternoon.
Wanted—A girl for general
housework. To begin work about
the first of April. Apply at this
K. Bowe, the photographer,
left Monday evening fdfr North
field, Minn., to attend his aunt's
funeral which occurred Tuesday.
Send down your gasoline
stoves and have them cleaned
and ready for use when the hot
weather con es. C. L. Preston.
While in the city from Diamond
Monday John Ryno made this
office a pleasant call and inciden
tally shoved his subscription to
this paper ahead a notch.
FOR SALE—Theonly meat market
in town. Including fixtures,
Price $25.00. This is a good
bargain for some one. —Adress
Lock Box 171. Lily, S. D. (40)
Joe Lavochek, John Raphael
Henry Mohr, Charles Dahl, Ivar
Johnson, Frank Smith, August
Anderson and Hon. Halvor Oien
are some of the enterprising
farmers who were down from
E itemise on business this week.
Robert Laing, Jr., drove in
from Enterprise one day this
week to consult a physician in
regard to the state of his health,
which has been poor since he
received an injury while lifting
a heavy piece of machinery some
time ago.
Olson & Miller have taken the
contracts of putting new heating
plants into the Commercial Hotel
and the Swedlund building. C.
Newman will have charge of the
WANTED—A housekeeper. In
quire at this office.
Bert Wilcox made final proof
on his claim this week-
N. Holt is now an employee
at the Robinson Bakery.
Bert Bloomhal came up from
Peever or.e day this week.
George Lauer was in from his
farm in Enterprise Wednesday.
H. C. Baldwin and daughter of
Wilmot were in the city Tuesday.
Henry Halvorson of Dawson is
the guest of Hans Stavig's fam
Miss Bonnie Andrews visited
schools in Grant township Wed
Morris Douglas was a Peeverite
who was seen on our streets
C. Hagen moved his family in
to their new home on the west
side Tuesday.
John Murray, of Easter, trans
acted business in the city Tues
day forenoon.
Mrs. Fred McDonald went to
Wilmot Wednesday, returning
the same day.
E. W. Bickford and wife were
here from the vicinity of Peever
Tuesday afternoon.
Jerry Long was in from Grant
township the first of the week to
rent some school land
Ladies! April 16th is Easter
Sunday you will find your new
suite or coat at The Golden Rule-
Joe Osman of Enterprise was
one of the busy hustling farmers
seen on our streets the early part
of the week.
Mrs. Pete McDonald, of Buffa
lo Lake ranch, visited friends in
Sisseton Wednesday and Thurs
day of this week.
Next Wednesday afternoon the
Ladies Aid Society, of the Pres
byterian Church will hold a tea at
the Church parlors.
0. G. Ellestad came in from
Effington Monday afternoon on
business which detained him un
til the following day.
J. Swenson of Harmon trans
acted business in this city Tues
day afternoon and returned to his
home the following day.
L. J. Onstad, of Coleredge,
Mont., is in the city this week
greeting old time friends and at
tending to some business matters.
Dr. E. Williams, a veterinary
from Waubay, was in the city
Monday afternoon on his way to
Diamond on professional business
Miss Pearl Robinson came up
Friday evening from Milbank,
where she is employed as teach
er in one of the grades, to spend
a couple of days with her parents
and her sister Eldora, who was
quite ill at that time but who is
much improved at this writing.
Joe Brown transacted business
at the Agency Wednesday.
Joe Class and George walker, of Ef
fington, transacted business in Sisseton
Tuesday afternoon.
J. H. Swanson arrived from Minnea
polis Tuesday afternoon and will be em
ployed in Andrew Erickson's garage.
New coats and suits arrived
this week at The Golden Rule,
call and see them.
John Donovan,, of Enterprise,
and his brother Dan, of Grant,
were in the city Tuesday.
Sam Renville and wife came
up from Peever Tuesday and
while here Sam invested in a fine
span of drivers.
S. H. Birdsall was in Tuesday
after some trunks and grips be
longing to Mr. Walsh, wife and
daughter who are visiting rela
tives at Eddy.
Miss Ella VanWinkle took the
train Tuesday evening for Salem,
Iowa, for a short visit with rela
tives before joining her parents
at Cumberland, Wis.
Miss Alva Griggs, who has been
working in the local telephone
office for several months resign
ed her position and left for Aber
deen Tuesday evening.
Rev. Robertson who went to
Veblin Saturday and held servic
es there Sunday, was in the city
a few hours the first of the week
on his way to the Agency.
Mesdames J. w. and C. Mus
setter were in from Long Hollow
on a shopping expedition Satur
day. the latter also attending a
meeting of the local W. R. C.
Mrs. Nate Manley returned
Monday from Browns Valley to
Sisseton where her husband met
her and they drove out to their
ho ne near Eddy that afternoon.
Miss Iva Borland arrived in the
city yesterday from Madison
where she has been attending
school and is spending her vaca
tion with her mother, Mrs Hattie
Borland. Mrs. Borland met her
at Milbank Wednesday night.
Art Bennett, one of the pro
prietors of the New Eagle Cafe,
departed Saturday evening for
Lemmon, called there by the se
rious illness of his fa ther, Judge
E. M. Bennett, formerly a resi
dent and popular attorney of this
Mrs. Alma Stevens and Miss
Ottie Nettleton returned Friday
evening from Alma Center, Wis.,
where, beside the husband and
father who had preceded her
to the home beyond by but a few
years, they tenderly laid to rest
all that was earthly of their be
beloved mother.
Dr- Glasier reports that Paul
Sievert's folks have been having
their full share—and then some—
of sickness this month, their lit
tle daughter having been serious
ly ill for several days with pneu
monia, and now when she is con
valescent the hired man is sick
with the same disease.
The many friends of Dr.
Towles were surprised to find
that the genial doctor had stolen
a march on them, and that when
he returned from Brant, S. D.,
where he had been osiensibly for
the purpose of visiting, his son
Austin and family be brought
home a bride, formerly Mrs. Mc
Dermot, to preside over his beau
tiful home. The Standard wishes
the newely weds love and hap
Cecil Burch, formerly of Eddy
but now of Tagus, N. D., who
visited over Sunday with his par
ents and sisters in Browns Val
ley, was in Sisseton a few hours
Tuesday—greeting old friends—
on his way out to Eddy to spend
a few days with the Manley and
Hill families before returning to
Tagus. His father accompanied
him over from the Valley and
while in conversation with Mr.
Burch we gathered the informa
tion that his daughter Bessie, re
cently operated on for appendicitis
by Drs. Fogarty and Oliver, has
now practically past the danger
point and is convalescing slowly.
Shoes for men, women
and children.
Fine Dress Shoes and Oxfords for Ladies at
There are no other shoes at
popular prices that in any way
compare with these classy,
fashionable, good-fitting shoes.
They are made on lasts that insure
the utmost comfort, yet give your feet
that trim and stylish look.
icMma Xadvv
shoes combine style and wearing
qualities to a degree that easily
makes them the most popular,
dressy and serviceable ladies' fine
shoes obtainable, at a cost no greater
than ordinary shoes.
In addition to Leading Lady
Fine Shoes this store carries
a full line of Mayer Quality
Correct Shoes Are Important
The correct Spring Styles are Read}
With the wearing of short narrow skirts, shoes are utmost
importance. They must be correctly fashioned and they
must fit perfectly to avoid being conspicuous. These
you will always find at
The Golden Rule
$2-50 2.95 3.48 to 4.00
Fine Dress Shoes for Men
$2.50 3-00 3-50 400
to $5.00
Special prices on Childrens, Misses and Boys Shoes Saturday
and next week.
Childrens shoes in Kid with or without wedge
heel, regular value up to $1.00. Sizes 2 to
8 years
Misses shoes 8| to 2, worth up to $1.75
Boys and Little Gent's shoes worth up to
$2.00 a pair. Special
The GoIden RuIe
„Sisseton, S. Dak.

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