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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, May 26, 1911, Image 5

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Obituary
J. C. Kiittpp received the sad
news Wednesday of the dealfcli of
his brother-in-law, Godfrey Bloin
berg, wlniah occurred at his home
in VemdaLe, Minn., Tuesday, Ma}
23, 1911, of diabetas after a ling
ering and painful illness extent
ing over a period of six years.
Mr. Blomberg was bom in
Sweden 58 years ago and came to
America in 1880. In 1892 he
was married at Milbank to Miss
Lais L. Kuapp wlw survives him.
He has many acquaintances in
Siaseton and also in Milbank,
where he was an early settler,
who will be sorry Ito hear of his
death.
Obituary.
Died at iter home in this city,
Tuesday May 23, 1911, after a
lingering illness dating back over
a year of tuberculosis, Mrs, Clara
Schilston, aged. 45 years. Very
patiently and bravely and with
Christian fortitude did she. bear
up under her sufferings until re
lieved by death.
She is survived by a husband
and two small children, Nina,
aged 11, and Orrin, aged 9. be
sides three brothers, Louis Carter
of this city and Hal and Delbcrt
Carter of Los Angeles, Calif.
The funeral fcook place at 10
30 a. m., Wednesday from the M.
E. church, Rev. Shearer officiat
ing, and was attended by the W.
R. C., (of which she was a faith
ful member) and by many of her
old friends.
Many beautiful floral offeir-
Farmers'
Attention!
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
Absolutely Pure
NEW RUDE WIDE SPREAD
Manure Spreader
Absolutely the only machine of its kind on the
market and one that stands in a class by itself.
It will spread a swath absolutely even, one
third wider than the machine box itself and do
better work than any other machine on the
market.
A representative of the company making same
says that he will forfeit $50.00 in cash
to any one having a spreader that will do the
same work under like conditions.
Come In and see it and be convinced!
Mead & Hains
SISSETON. SOUTH DAKOTA!
Sullivan Lumber Co.
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ings from the school children, W.
R. C. and friends were placed om
the casket and the church was
beautifully decorated with flow
ers.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to .extend our thanks
to the nsighbors who so kindly
assasteed us during the sickness
and death of our baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Maun,
Mr. and Mrs. Erick Dahl,
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hemick,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mann.
Mi's. Sarah Manm.
Do you know that we are agents for the
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Lath, sblrgles, Mou'ilngs gash, Doors, Blinds,
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Lime, cement, and ilard Wall Plaster
Slsseton, South Dak
Heating, Plumbing, Tinning
When you have any work in the Heating. Plumbing and
Tinning line don't forget that there is an up-to-date shop
in Sisseton. Let me measure your house for eav spouting
or perhaps that which you have needs repairing.
Agency for International Dairy Maid Cream Separator.
C. L.PRESTON, the Plumber
Licensed City Plumber.
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SISSETON AND VICINITY
Hal Knight Sundayed at (Man
ville.
Furnished rooms to rent at
Gus Swanson's.
Attorney Thomas Mani pure has
ed a new auto last week.
Homer Jackson left Saturday
on an auto trip to Minneapolis.
It will pay you Ito look for
bargains at EUefson's Stare.
A. J. New by came up from Min
neapolis Tuesday on business.
Nels Olberg arrived home Tues
day from a business trip in Min
nesota.
The post office and rural route
inspector, V. C. Bea.tty was in the
city Tuesday.
Attorney Frank McKenna re
turned Wednesday from Aber
deen.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Mann return
ed from a visit to Ortley the first
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Op&al visit
ed at Milbank the first of the
week.
Peter Aasness left Wednesday
for Montana with a view of pur"
chasing land.
G. O. Kivley Left for Lead Sat
urday where he will represent the
ocal A. O. U. W.
The Misses Ella and Ruby
Peterson and Prof. Mossanan re
turned Monday afternoon from
Vermillion.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gordon wert
over from the Valley the first of
the week the guests of the Gor
don Bros., and families.
Judge McNulty accompanied
stenographer Granger auitoed in
Tuesday afternoon from Aber
deen.
R. O. Pearson returned Satur
day from Thunder Hawk and Mc
Intosh. lie expects to make his
home at the latter place.
There is a new clothing store
opened -in the Gottworth build
ing, with Nils Thompson as pro
prietor.
The Garlbeirg, Stadstad and Op
heam families, accompanied by
some of the teachers, autoed out
to Spring Park Sunday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Rockwell, of Kid
der, N. D., are in the city visit
ing Mrs. Rockwell's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Swenumson and theiir
numerous friends.
Jerry Wilson and Nels Nelson
left for Lenimon yesterday by
auto, and H. Grover lias charge
of their business during theiir ab
sence.
Lou Carter has been confined
li his bed with rheumatism lor
the past two weeks and was unabl
to attend the funeral of his sister
Mrs. Schilston Wednesday.
lessrs Baitterton, Rickert and
Swans on recently received a largi
shipment of brook trout from the
government hatchery at Spear
fish to be placed in the streams ii
Roberts County.
N. J. Pryor, D. Prindiville and
C. A. Swenson left for Deadwood
Saturday, Mr. Pryor to serve as
a federal juror and all three to
take a much needed rest amd en"
joy an oiiting.
At the R. N. A. meeting Tues
day evening Mrs. Hetitie Houde
gav£ a brief but interesting syno
psis of her trip as Supreme Dele
gate to Denver, and of the busi
ness transacted.
Miss Lena Hegle, while in the
city shopping Tuesday was taken
suddenly ill and her brother was
summoned, took ber to Sit. Paul
on the evening train where it is
expected she will have an opera
tion for appendicitis.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Stavig and
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Swanberg ac"
companied Mrs. Christ Jaeobsom
to Ortenville Sunday where she
remained for a few days with heir
little son who is in the hospital
at that place.
The Zenith Club met with Mrs.
Hammond yesterday afternoon
and planned a unique and inter
esting program for the business
meeting June 8. All members am
expected to be present as there
are important maimers to discuss.
Our linotype was out of eommi
sion for a time last week, but we
called in the assistance of the
new firm of Wickard & Nosker
and a delicate piece of machin
ery was manufactured which put
the machine in good running
order in an incredibly short space
of time. Such a shop is of ines
timable benefit to our city and
vicinity. ......
Closing out prices on all goods
at Ellefson's Store.
Mrs. N. 1. Pryor. is on the sick
list this week.
Boys gauntlet kid gloves for 2oe
alt Ellefson's Store.
Bora to Mr. and Mrs. George
Cooper of this city, Mondav. Mav
22, 1911, a girl.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Holland, Sunday, May 21, 1911, a
girl.
Mrs. Howard Babcock returned
Wednesday from a fortnight's
visit in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Kivley substituted for G.
O. Kivley this week during his
absence.
Miss Elida Dahl closed a term
of school in the LeLacheur dis
trict this week.
Mrs. H. L. Spackman arrived
home Saturday from her week's
visit in the cities.
Regualr $1.50 Chiffon Auto'
veils are only 75c at Ellet'son's
Store.
H. C. Maynard, manager of the
Hamkinsoni Auto Co., was in the
city the firsit of the week and
made this office a business call.
Mrs. Judkins has recovered
from a severe spell of sickness
which confined her to her bod tin
greater part of last week.
In the ball game Monday after
noon between the High School
and City teams the score stood
17 to 4 in favor of the City team.
Deputy Sheriff James McGe«f
purchased the Dan Sullivan resiir
denee near the Catholic church
last week, and expects to take
possession about June 1st.
The city was depleted of autoc*
latsft Sunday, the reason assigned
being the big ball game with Or
tenville held at Browns Valley,
wjhem the score stood 4 to 2 in
favor of the Valley.
Miss Laura Rask, accompanied
by her aunt Miss Rask, returned
last nighft from Minneapolis wher
she had been attending school.
She will spend her vacation ait
home*.
Walter Anglemeyer, who has
be em in the city several days left
Tuesday night for his home alt
Rockford, 111. Mr. Anglemeyer
was very favorably impressed
with this section and intends to
return soon accompanied by his
father and purchase a generous
sthare of Roberts County real es
tate.
EDDY ECHOES.
Saru Satre went to Sisseton
the fir.sft of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gleason
autoed to Lidjganvood /this week.
Dora Rud, Sundayed with her
parents.
Hannah Johnson was a Sisse
toai visitor last week.
•Juhii Lewis was out from Sissc
ton on business last week.
A number of our young Hoiks
took in the dance at Effington
last week.
Knute Walstad and son Theo
dore made a trip to the south
end last week.
Patsy Curnan and Leslie Bird
sail were Sisseton visitors Satur
day.
Mrs. G. Birdsall arrived home
Friday from her month's visit to
Sidney, Indiana.
Judge Ingersoill and Andrew
Ma/rvick were in our vioinilty last
week.
Feely Ilill autoed to Lake Tra
verso and Browns Valley last
week.
Ole Larson was over firom Vig
Saturday aflternoon on business
connected with the creamery.
Mr. and Mrs. Ulsitad and child
ren are spending a couple of
weeks visiting with relatives at
Monfcevideol
Myrtle Birdsall, the littLe four
year old daughter of Mr. and
Im Bert Birdsall, is under the
doctor's cane this week.
Most of the schools in our
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close this month with appropriate
exercises.
Messrs Ira Smith, Joe Sheldon,
Will Vollmer, and Claus Rud loot
ed after business matters in Sisse-,
ton this week.
Frank Whipple gathered up
something like 700 head of cattle
—mostly young stock—while
in this part of the county a coupl
of weeks ago, and took them: to
Lidgerwood from which place
they were shipped to ranches.
Ben Sandsmark, our ru-stling
hustling merchant and all
er
round utility man, has fitted up
his creamery, installed all modern
up-to-date maehinry and is read?
"to take all the cream the farm
ers can supply and turn, out a
gilt edged product as butter. ...
The Shortest Line
to the Pacific Northwest
inland lakes to western ecean—across
the prairies, valleys and mountains of the
wonderful Northwest—a new transcontin
ental railway has recently been completed. It
is the most direct—the shortest line—has the
lowest grades and the finest scenery.
Route of the New Line
is from Chicago, through Milwaukee, St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Aberdeen, to Seattle and [Tacoma,
where connections are made for California and
the Orient.
Through Passenger Service
Begins Ma 28th and 29th
with two most magnificently equipped new steel
trains, "The Olympian" and "The Columbian",
offering the traveler all the comforts and conveni
ences of a luxurious hotel or club. The route is
over the new steel trail of the
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL
and
Chicago, Milwaukee & Pnget Sound
Railways
Apply to any ticket agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul Railway or connecting lines for tickets,
time of trains and sleepingcar reservations.
DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE ON REQUEST.
F. A. MILLER., General Passenger Agent, CHICAGO
Choice Line of
Meats
Canned Goods
Cheese
Fresh Vegetables
Pickles, Etc.
TI/"E HAVE JUST re
ceived a carload
of the best and choicest
top cattle on the market.
They were purchased by
us from Chas. Haas Com
mission Company, South
St. Paul, which is an in
dex of their perfection.
We respectfully invite
the public to come in and
investigate.
W. F. MILLER, The Butcher
Lumber Co.
Dealers in
estern Coast Lumber a Specialty
as before yon build.
See
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished,
IBenard E. Nelson, M.i»*r|
Worth Oomes From Good
You can't have good bread unless
you have good material. We use
only the best milling wheat in the
manufacture of our flour. We
have the latest and most approv
ed maehimeay and use it in the
best way and the result is that
the product of our mill.
STANDS ON THE MERIT
The flour manufactured by the
Sisseton Milling Co.,stands up to
our recommendation for it. Bread
and pasteries made with our floui
are stimulating and help make
good living. Try a sack.
THE SISSETON HILL & LIGHT GO.
We also handle COAL and FEED
Sisseton Standard 1.50 per year
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