Attorney at Law
Attorney at Law
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Attorney at Law
SISSETON, SOUTH DAK.
Practices in all Courts.
Office over Thompson's Hdw. Store.
Fraak R. KMCmmi Tki L. Fain
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McKENNA ft FULLER
AttOi-uevs and counselors at Law 1
Sisseton and Milbank, S. D.
I HOW IS
Style and Service
W O S S
Office at the Court .House
Slsseton, South Dakota
Phone Number 258.
One should never sacrifice ser
vice for style, but in buying
glasses from me this is not
Does not even have to be increas
ed to give you both. It is
simply a question of knowing
my business and selecting the
shape and size which will be
most harmonious with the fea
tures of each individual. Mak
inquiry of any of your friend
who have investigated and
they will all tell you, for en
tire satisfaction, go to
Graduate Eye Specialist.
Office over Red Cross Drug Store
For Cement Work
Contractors and Builders of
Floor Sidewalks and Cement
Construction of all kinds.
Also Rock Foundation and
Mason Work in Town and
Box 362. SISSETON, S. D.
William F. Glasier.
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE OYER MALDANERS DRUG STORE
Office No. 146
Residence No. 205
Calls Answered Night or Day.
Leave All Orders at Maldaner's
Delicious raised doughnuts at
the New Bakery every Saturday.
The Roberts County Crop out
look continues to be excellent.
Furnished rooms to rent at
It will pay you to look for
bargains at Ellei'son's Store.
E. W. Erickson, the barber leilt
for the cities Tuesday evening.
A. A. Peterson returned Mon
day from a business trip to Wau"
Prank Whipple autoed to Ort
ley Sunday and to Peever Tues
day on business.
Mesdames Doyle and Rearden
visited friends and relatives in
Long Hollow Tuesday.
E. 0. Swedland, from Velva, N.
Dak., visited a few days here last
week wifch his son William.
Mrs. Lien and children, of
jGraeaville are the guests of the
Robertson and Wolff families.
Miss Reamer furnished some ex
callent music and sang a couple
of beautiful solos at the Unique
20 per cent off on Men's and
Boy's suits and Men's trousers
during Carnival week. Golden
Rule Clothing Co.
Miss Hilda I luiiiplner returned
Tuesday evening from Minnea
polis where she has been attend
ing the -State University.
Myrtle and Irene Kimball are
having a siege of diptlieria at the
home of their mother Mrs. S. R.
Kimball, in Ea.ster township.
Ella Sat re left for her lwme in
Norway township Sunday niorn
iaig, afte-c. nine-months spent in
this cflty as a pupil of the High
A discount of 20 per cent will
be given on all suits for Men and
Boys Carnival days only, 12, 13
and 14 of June.
Olson, Olin & Co.
A Mission will be held at the
Catholic church, beginning Sun
day and continuing during the
week. Fr. Kelt tier will be assist
ed by three priests from other
Come one! Come all!
Enjoy the ball!
June 13tli and 14th—Gee!
Musie of the best!
You'll know the redt,
If vou will but come and see.
Mrs. Robert Lewis and the
twibv. accompanied by Mrs. Rain
ey. returned from Minneapolis
Saturday evening and "Rob" mr
wears the "suiiiile that will not
eixme of 1".
Everybody is cordially invited
to attend the dances which will
be held in the Opera House the
evenings of June 13 and 14. Ex
cellent music will be furnished
by the five-piece Milbank or
Mrs. Lee. Babcock and children
who have been visiting relative?
in Siisseton the past week return
ed home to Wheaton Monday
ill*, and Mrs. Jesse Cott.iaigham
Hook them over in their ear re
turning home Tuesday.
Luey and Ada Allingham, who
have been spending the past sev
eral months with relatives at Kas
son. Minn., arrived home Tuesday
They were accompanied to this
city by their cousins. Newell and
Miss Etta Anderson, who will re
main here for some time as the
guests of Harry Allingliam.
SPECIAL SALES AT STAVIG BROS
Closing out prices on all goods
at Elle&rin's Stare.
Boys gauntlet kid- gloves for 25c
alt Ellefson's Store.-
Mrs. Thurmain is a guest afclbhe
homa of hap brother L. W. Tew.
Thos. Manli went to Minnea
polis Saturday, returning Tues
Miss Grace Dunn left Friday
evening for her home in Prince
,Miss Lena Dahl left Tuesday
fotf her home in Fergus Falls,
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
T. W. Cahill is able to be a
round again with the aid of
Don't forget the bargain days,
12,13 and 14 of June. Olson,
Olin & Co.
JUNE 12th, 13th and 14th
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bailly, of
Milbank spent Sunday with Sis
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Chas,
ToUefsoai, of Buffalo, on Saturday
May 27, a daughter.
Miss Elizabeth CShmell left Tuej
day for her home at Hopkins
where she will spend the summer.
Miss Pearl Robinson is home
for the summer vacation, fron^
Milbank where she has jtauiglit the
A special price of 20 per cent
off on Men's and Boy's suits dur'
ing Carnival week. Golden Rule
George Miller, Herb Brewster
and wife and Miss Clara llaggart
returned Tuesday from a couple
of days spen/t at Webster.
llenry Hendrickson who visit
ed over Sunday with his brother
George of this city returned to
Big Sfcone Tuesday evening.
Mrs. A. E. Fisher, of Spokane,
arrived in the city Friday eve
ning and will remain during Itlie
summer the guest of heir dauglite
Mrs. Tlios. Mani.
Mrs. M. Gary, of Des Moines,
Iowa, is a recent arrival in the
city. She has accepted a posi
tion as housekeeper in tire home
Oif Harry Allimgham.
A big saving in Men's and
Boy's suits during Carnival—spec
iial inducements of 20 per cent is
offered during Carnival week.
Golden Rule Clothing Co.
Mrs. Hackberth came over
from Wiindom Friday of last week
to be present at the graduating
exercises and bo spend Sunday
with her mother Mrs. S. R. Kim
Judge and Mrs. Batter ton, Mrs.
M. A. Knappen and H. P. Knap
pen were aniong those who visit
ed Browns Valley Sunday after
noon. The trip was made in
Judge Batteilton's touring car.
There will be a dance in the
Opera House, June 13 and 14,
beginning at 1:30 P. M. The
Milbank Orchestra, composed of
five pieces, will furnish the music
Everybody is cordially invited
James Ross was in the cilty
Monday, he has recently returns
from Rochester where he was
operated on for neuralgia by the
Mayo's. He says he expects to
go back and have another operat
ion in about two weeks.
The Seniors, accompanied by
the Misses Adah Streeter and
nesday for a couple of days out
Cuzner went to Roy Lake Wed
ing relaxation from the atrenuous
life of- the past school year, and
in talking over old times and
making wonderful plans for th
future. What a glorious time is
youth! and what possibilities ope
out before the young gradual
fresh from school.
Art Bennett and Jim Morrill
leflt for the cities Wedneday after
Wanted—A girl for
house work. Imqutre
James Stapleton returned Fri
day evening from a trip to Min
Richard Dorsey, of Osage, la
is the guest of his daughter, Mrs
Mrs. Alice Thurman, of Web
tsar, is a guest at the home of hei
brother L. W. Tew.
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. John
Sweeney, of Long Hollow, om
Monday, June 4, a daughter.
20 per cent discount on all Ode
Piapits stock Carnival days, 12, 13
and 14 of June. Olson, Olin &
W. D. Wilson lias recovered
stiff iciiently from his auto acci
dent to be around on the street
Extra special price on Men's
and Boy's suits and trousers dur
ing Carnival week. Golden Rule
Miss Cora Robinson returned
home today from Aberdeen where
she has juslt completed a course
at the Aberdeen Normal.
H. P. Knappen arrived in the
city from Spokane, Wash., last
Saturday and is at present visit
ing wiMi the families of A. W.
and C. G. Lindquist, at Diamond.
Ole Brantsiag had. his arm quite
badly eijt the first of the week,
but after calling in the service of
a physician who dressed the
wound, no serious cousequnces re
Professor and Mrs. Mossmtui
left for Big Stone Wednesday to
make arrangements for renting a
cottage for the summer, the Prof
esosr being one of the Instruct
ors at the Summer school.
If you are in the market for
clothing it will pay you to inves
tigate our line before you buy.
20 per cent off on Men's suits an
itrousers during June 12, 13 and
14. Goldeoi Rule Clothing Co.
P. J. Lockwood arrived from
St. Paul Tuesday to help care for
his brother who was badly injur
ed when his cottage- was wrecked
by the stoi'in a*) we noted in last
All members of the R. N. A.
are requested to be present at the
next regular meeting June 13,
1911. Neighbor Houde will give
full report of convention held at
Denver, Col., on that evening.
Prudence Judkins, Recorder
Rudolph Sonstegaard is erect
ing a roomy two-and-a-half story
frame dwelling on the west- side.
It will be modem in every par
ticular, and when completed will
be one of the finest residences in
that part of the city.
Thos. Mani and L. W. Tew
started for Webster Friday to
attend (the funeral of the late
Frank Sears, but after proceed
ing a few miles out in the hills,
got stuck in the mud and had
to call on the faithful old horse
to pull them out.
Mr, and Mrs. J. A. McKew
returned Friday night from Mi'
neapolis where they went on
shopping expedition. They wen
met there by their daughter, Mrs
Thillan and baby who accompaim
ed them home and will remain fo
a month's visit.
When wearied' with the cares
and struggles of life or when in
search of clean, snappy, -witty
and instructive up-to-date amuse"
iiienlt^, the Unique Theatre is the
place to go. A change of pro
gram each night assures the publi
of spice and variety and makes
life worth living.
A 4' S
Choice Line of
W. F. MILLER, The Butcher
ii Dealers in
Lumber, Brick, Lime and Cement
$ Western Coast Lumber a Specialty
$ See us before you build.
I Benard E. Nelson, Local Manager
Northern Iron Works
Do Your Work.
Steam Engines. Boilers, Gas Traction Engines
and Automobile Engines Rebuilt and Repaired,
and all kinds of Machine Shop Work done with
dispatch. All our work warranted first class.
Come in and have your Engines repaired during
our slack season and save money.
Northern Iron Works,
SISSETON. S. D.
In the Land of Certainties.
Do you want to own a cosy mountain ranch, at com
parative little cost, producing an annual fruit crop which
will pay you 25 per cent on your investment, and which is
located in the most desirable part of the world-famed Regur
River Valley, the beauty-spot of southern Oregon, a land of
fruits and flowers and possessing the finest climate in all
This ranch consists of 160 acres has between 2,500,000
and 3,000,000 leet of fine standing pine and fir timber, an
abundance of pure mountain spring water, 10 acres in crop
and an orchard from 7 to 20 years old which, without any
particular effort on the owner's part, yields from $300 to
$600 in revenue annually. Small fruit of almost every
variety in abundance. The buildings, while of little intrin
sic worth, are eomfortable and are such as are common to
This property also contains upwards of 60 acres of the
very choicest fruit land—easily cleared—to be found in all
this highly favored land. In addition to this is a good team
of horses, harness and wagon Jersey cow and calf
2-year-old Jersey heifer 13 hogs, chickens, ducks, etc., also
all necessary tools and farm implements needed on a ranch
of this character. The price of "the whole shooting-match"
is $32.50 per acre—less than 1-7 of that asked, and readily
obtained, for property not so good tho nearer to town. (25
miles to the nearest railroad.)
Owner's reason for selling Is not a farmer, and desires
to engage in an occupation of which he has some knowledge.
Terms spot cash. Address: H. H. LAMPMAN, Asbestos,
Jackson Co., Oregon.
N. B.—Deer and wild game of many varieties1, abound
here in great abundance.
jXI/'E HAVE JUST re
W 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
Estimates Cbeertallj Furnished,
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