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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, February 23, 1912, Image 4

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David Johnson was transacting
business in our town, Monday.
Odeli Olson went to Sisseton.
on business, Monday.
Mrs. Moxness and Miss AiuU
•on were Effingion callers, Tues
day*
A.
J. Kilness was transacting
.business on our sT.reets, Tuesday,
s, Mrs. Oien and Mrs. Faltonson
were.calling on friends in Effing
ton and suburb^. Monday.
Mrs. Gilbert Arneson lis on the
•ick list, thin week.
A number of our' wide-awake
farmers attended the Farmers In
stitute (in Sisseton, Wednesday
and Thursday.
Mrs. Iloug left Friday for Green
bush, Minn., to join her husband
who is now located at that place.
Mrs. Gilbert Arneson is on th»
aiok list, this week.
Ada Heiidvtickson an'd Lot' tie
Paulson returned Thursday from
tiierir visit at Milbank and Sisse-'
ton.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Swigel an'd
Tracy Swigel, of Browns Valley
t«re
visiting at the home of Mrs.
Welsod, this week.
Mrs. J. Price, of Summit, arriv
ed here, Wednesday, for a visit
with, her brother, Tom McGee.
A very large crowd attende'd
the dance here, on Wednesday
Bight. Those masked numbered
•bauit thirty and all had a fline
time.
Dr. Nygaard, V. S., of Sisseton
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^iaaptnti Slani)ar&.
H. P. KNA PPEN, Editor and Publisher.
O W N O N O W N I N
BRIEF WORK AND LEGAL BLANKS
Official County Paper. Official City Paper.
Purveyors of Good Printing to the People
S S I I O N I E $ 1 5 0 E E A
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LET US FORGET
JAMES "WHITCOMB RILEY
TusfoigetiWhat matters it that we
Once reaped o'er happy
realms of long-ago
And talked of love, and let our
voices low,
And ruled
JOT
what
if
some brief sessions
royally?
we sung, or laughed, or
wept maybe?
It has availed notany tning, and so
Letitgp bv that we may better know
now poor a frungislost to you and me.
But yesterday I kissed your lips, Igp
and yet rZ
Did thrill you not enough to shake Kf
the dew ra
from your drenched lids—' and
missed,with notegret
Your kiss shot back, with sharp
I Correspondence
fiFFJNOTOM
breaths jailing you:
And so, todaj&xwiile our worn eyes are wet
\Afith all this waste of tears, let us
jorget!
l-
MI IM«
Elias Monson went to Milbank
Monday, in the interest of tlie
Meridian road proposition.
4 1
$
Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGee. Last
Sunday.
Quite a number of our young
pie attended a party out east, at
the Kxlund home.
John and Marl Walker visited
with Clemeiut Class, Sunday.
NORWAY
Anton Peterson went to Lid
gerwood, Monday.
Mr. an'd Mrs. E. Foss did shop
ping in Vig, Thursday.
Ted Anderson and Frank Worst
are the guests of John Leff. this
week.
Signa Ilazel of Lidgerwoo'd, is
visiting a Mr. and Mrs. August.
Carlson's.
Mr. an'd Mrs. Martin Leff am!
'daughter, Barbara, visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zetterber
near Luffman, Fridav an'd Satin
day.
The Young Peoples Society met
at the home of Osmund Nelson
Friday. There was a large at
tendance.
Charleey Green visited at the
Leff home, Sunday afternoon.
Clam Hager and frien'd went
Lidgcrwood Friday arid took th
train for Fargo at which plac
they will visit relative*,
Grace Green was a guest
the Ercink home, Tuesday ^am1
Wednesday. &
WW in otir town Thursday and John Leff arid Ted Anderson
Friday. went fto Lidgerwood, Saturda
Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGee cir John met his sister,Anna who has
tertaWd a number of friends at been visiting at Wahepeton, N. I
party, Friday evening. All re the past three months. She was
a splendid time. accompanied by her friend,
Ernest Prigan, of Los Angelos,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zeitterberg
are visiting their parents, Mr
and Mrs. Martin Leff.
A number of itthe young pee
pie from this vicinity attended
the Yonng Peoples Meeting Fri'd
cvening.
I^e
»!., arrived here, Saturday for ™e home.
with his mote, Ms. Teg- Edith Risdall is keeping hous
'lar.fe «, if°r her brothers, George and O
A- Kiiness left Saturday, fo lando, at Veblen.
weeks sojourn .in Canada. Christ Langauge lia'd impor
^f-ihSr. and Mm. EUislad Sunday- .taut business at Vig, Friday.
$Bd »t Gilbert Ahleson's. An ulcerated tooth is causing
S Mr. arid Mrs. Class .entertained, John Leff a lot of trouble, this
ymmm—m—
Kurfirst, who will visit at
week. He has a swell cheek on
one side of his face. The den
tist at l.nlKerwoo'J relieved him
of some ol' his misery, Saturday.
The dance at the Podohola home
last Tuesday eveu.ng, was largely
attended and all report an eJ)"
joyable time.
It is Grandpa and Grandma
lieff now. A little daughter was
born to their oldest son, Wcnzel.
an'd wife, who are living at Lanr
don, N. D.
Wilma Aldrich, who teaches i"
the north school, received word
the death of her father and lei'
for her home at Browns Vallev
Minn., Friday.
The dance at Lel'f's the la.4! of
the week, was well attended
and I hey djidn't home until
morning.
A number of the younger gei'
eration attended the dance at
Lidgerwood, Mon'dav
UOSSKO
Mr. lver Grove lost a valuable
horse last week.
Carline Olson was shopping at
Olio, Tuesday.
Air. Heady has rented Louis
Jackson's place, over in Enter
pHise township for a term of two
years. Success to Mr.
Ready.
Frank Otto was up in tlnis vi
cinity looking for seed potatoes.
Simon and Jake Hoffman are
•in this vicinity dehorning cattle,
this week.
The writer has
receive'd Word
from Fred Wooley stating that
got to Montana alright and has
taken up land. He says the
weather is fine and he likes the
eounitry.
L. E. Markaseth made a trip
to Sisseton, thiis week for coal.
Frank Steppa was to Sisseton
this week an'd purchased a bras
trimmed harness. Frank is go
ing to farm some on his own
nook
BASTBE
llow many valentines did you
receive^ girls?
John Murray had business at
Urowns Valley, Wo'dnosday.
Tom Kelly was a BBrowns Va
ley visitor on Thursday.
Sylvester and Elva Kimball
arid Leo and John Fonder ai'
tended the Farmers' Institute al
Sisseton last Wednesday. They
report much interesting and help
ful talk, and a fine display oT
Roberts county products.
Dr. Pearson, of Peever, was
ouj
at John Larson's Thursday after
noon.
Mrs. J. Hill is on the sick list.
Quiite a number from Easter at
tended ilh Farmers' dance at Pee
ver. Wednesday eveniing. The
hall was over crowded arid musin
for the dance was furnished by
ITelmer Larson and Bert Clymer.
A Rood time was reported.
Myrtle and Otena St.ai are re
covering from an atl'aek of muinj
Mrs. Steve Barnett is quiite
sick this week.
Henry llackberth has finished
baling hay for Louiis and Tony
Nigg the past week
Kimball Bros, are credited with
halving received first prize on the
flax and yellow hog mile,* which
they had on exhibition at the
Farmers' Institute ati Sisseton.
Celia Murray is having an at
tack of the mumps, this week.
Shim Pryor, Browns Valley, wa
our in loeaity one day last week.
Isabella Fonder was a Peever
shopper, Saturday afternoon.
Henry Hackberth had business
at theValley, Saturday.
Everett Barnett is on the sick
list with mumps.
A number of neighbors and
friends gathered at Henry John
son last Friday evening. Danc
ing was the amusement of the
evening and dainty refreshments
were served. At a late hour the
crowd departed for home, voting
the hostess a. royal entertainer.
Emil Okeson is qmite sick with
the mumps.
Steve Barnett. was among the
Peever shoppers, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Nigg were
guests of John Fonder an'd fami
ly last Sunday.
Among those from Easter who
attended the leap year 'dance a1
Peever Saturday night were the
followang: Guy and George De
France, Rob Raw, Fred Campbell,
Tom Kelly, and John, Leo and
Quintin Fonder. They reported
very pleasant time.
The Standard for News."
CRAWFORD
Mrs. E. Dravland, John i)rav
land, Mrs. Nuls S»iovem,_ and
Thorsten Thompson and family
Suudayed at Mrs. Mina Ham
ruils'.
Edward Thompson and family,
and Theo. Richardson and fami
ly spent Sunday at 11. Stowe's.
Theodore Richardson, Leo Stov
eru and K. Nelson attended an
aiietion sale south easl of White
Rock, Thursday.
Kverbody had a most enjoyable
time a.' a dance given by Arthur
Olson, at his home, Saturday
night.
Ole Stordahl and lvcr llalvorsoi
from near iamorid, were bus'
solicitors here, last Friday.
Anton Olson and Senator A.
II. Dahl, of Vernon, were here
last Saturday circulating a peti
tion promoting a railroad througl
this vicinty.
Olaf Oisetli. of Vernon, came
down Saturday to accompany
Hostbjor to the twin eitie to at
tend the automobile show and
other business
Joe Paul was a visitor nJf th"
TI Selken home. Fridav and
Saturday.
Fred frontier was a busineS1"
caller at Wheaton. Sntur'da*.
John Tedin made a trip to Or
tnnville. Inst Saturday.
Ole A. Bjork and wife, spent
Sunday at M. Meyers, near Dia
mon'd.
John llendnickson and family,
visite'd at the R. M. Stroiustedt
home, Sunday.
Mrs. Lundberg and Annie Ek
lund, went to Ortonville. Thurs
day.
Misses Leonora and Emily Sel
ken and Elvira and Esther Berg
strom were Sunday visitors wi,!ih
Pearl Bjork.
Eddy arid George K'uudel, Etl
win Dravlarid and Ernest Berg
Strom spent Sunday evening at
H. Selken's.
Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Jaeobson
visited Sunday at Anna Smith's.
Nick Wagner, of Vernon, was
a caller here last Wednesday.
Fred Sheldon, of Harmon, trans
acted some important business
here, last Wednesday.
Fred Cloutier and Louis Selken
made a i.np to Vernon after a
load of corn, last Wednesday.
L. A. Matteson, of White Rock
waas selling hay in this neighbor
hood. last Thursday.
Ed. Relf arid H. Stowe, each
sold a load of hogs to James liar
dy last: week.
Elef Thompson and son, Edward
made a business trip to Orton
ville Thursday.
Erick Rud is among those list,e'
who are selling their property
and thinking of moving to Can
ada. iir
Mrs. Anna Smi!!h is very ill. Dr
J. M. Allen is the attending phy
sician.
II. K. Stowe and Gust Dahlmar
attended Farmerrs' Institute, at
the county seat last week.
SPRING GROVE.
The "Hard Times" dance,
which was given at lie home of
H. Fit/, on Friday evening, Feb.
16th, was very well attended, and
proved a very enjoyable affair. A
midnight supper of baked beans,
coffee arid sandwiches was served
and though it was apparently ui
satisfactory,/to some of the guest
others did ample justice rto ',. the
hard time repast.
Mae Barnett, of Peever, and
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Neilson, of
Lee, attended the haard time
dance in Spring Grove.
J. E. Nelpon took Pearl Jarna,u
to Wilmot on Saturday, where
she attended teacher' meeting.
H. L. Lake, and Leonai'd Fitz
were Peevr viisitors on Saturday.
Vernon Quarton and brothe
Carlton, weer visitors at the hom
of Mr. and Mm.. Leonard Fitz
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lake visited at
J. E. Nelson's last Sunday.
Mrs. Herman Fitz .Yiisilted at
Fairview Farm, on Monday.
J. E. Nelson last week, re
ceive'd a pair of full blooded Du
roc Jersey hogs, wluicli he had
shipped from the Wicker fain
northwest of Webster.
Cleaning, pressing arid rep
ajinig
neatly and quickly done, at the
Golden Rule Tailoring Depart
ment by a first class tailor.
GIRL WANTED-—Apply to
Mrs. A. M. Knight. 24tf
£DDY
Jir. iiuu .ura. i-. ililleslaiu
drove to i^Kigerwoou, last ues
uay, ana rciuriiea weauesaay.
i-reU McDonald, tile Sisseton
veterinary, was ui ibis viijiiiity,
last Wednesday, calling on sev
eral of liiis patrons,
Clara llillestad, wlio formerly
resided here, but now in Lidger
wood, was married to Tom Lar
son, who now operates the feed
barn a.t that plae.
A surprise party was given Gil
bert Twite, on Wednesday even
ing by a number of his young
friends. A good time was en
joyed by all. Gilbent was pre
sented with a tie and collar box.
Josie Feigum returned to he
home east of Eddy, Thursday af
ternoon, after having speni' a few
days with Julia Hillestad.
Dr. IToagland was in this vi
cinity, last Thursday.
Tom arid Jessie Flaws attended
a dance in the non h' neighbor
hood, last Tuesday.
Mrs. Shulak, of Sisseton, visit
ed the Frank Wenschlag family
last week.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. T. Gleasor
spell)' Thursday of last week
with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gleason
bringing their phonograph wri fh
tliem, which is a dandy.
C. S. Gleason. wife arid daugh
ter Helen, lef for Minneapolis,
Friday, of last week, via Lidgcr
wood, in company with Dr. Iloag
land to consult specialists in re
gard to Mrs. Gleason's health
Mrs. Gleason and Helen will vpsit
relatives arid friends in Manka
to and Winebago as soon as Mrs
Gleason's health will permit.
Tom Sandsmark w'as in Sisse
ton last Saturday after a lod of
goods for B. T. S.
Grandpa Manley died nt his
son. Nate Manley's. home, last
Thursday night,. Tile remains
were taken to Bellingham, Minn.,
for burial. The family have ou
deepest sympathy.
Murl Scott ret'urned to lins
home at Montevdeo last Saturday
after having spent a couple of
weeks at J. Gleason's.
Young Peoples Society met at
K. Walsta'ds last Friday evening.
A large crowd was present a
usual. Their next meeting will
be held at Ed. Widmans the
day of March.
Ed Gleason and Clara Stave at
tended a dance ai' Effington last
Wednesday night. If you want to
have a good time just go to Ef
fington.
Leo lloude has been chief cook
a.rid botiMc washer for Bill Voll
mar the past week.
Mr. Thompson is doing chores
at C. S. Gleason's during the lat
ter 's absense.
Our summer weather has taken
a change again. It's a good
thing, because B. T. can now fin
ish filling the ice house.
The many friends of Mrs.
Crocker will be glad to hear tha
she is planning to return
5T9
0
Iiouk
first day of March.
John Vollmar cleaned grain a'
J. Gleason's one 'day last week
Little Margaret Sl'ave has beer
on the sick liMt a few days,, but
is better at th's writ.inw.
NUTS TO CRACK
Faii-
lady.
play doesn't always win fair
The naked
cold shivers.
truth gives lots of us
Tombstones never
for the lies they tell.
seem to blush
A peck of trouble has come out of
many a half-pint flask.,
It takes more than a pair of jacks
to open a bank account
Most salads and all women are Im
proved by French dressing.
Even the most astute police official
eannot arrest the flight of time.
Luck is merely a case of the right
opportunity meeting the right man.
Many a man loses a little reputa
tion trying to stretch it into a big
one.
You can't down the man who can
always find a bltie spot in a black
sky. iSf*"
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1
It is quite natural that when a girl
has good points the fellows should gat
•tuck on her.
About the only people who have
time to think twice before they speak
«vre those who stutter.
Tou don't realize how many shock
ing things there are in the world
mm
tefcra
HARD PRESSED BY CAVALRY
Plucky Running Fight Put Up by th*
Bear Guard of Gregg's Division
at Dinwiddle C. H.
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I first enlisted In Company D,
Eighth Pennsylvania, for three years.
We were with the Army of the Poto
mac in all i'-fi battles (except Chancel
lorsville and Gettysburg) to the Wil
derness and Spotsylvania, writes
James Hasson of Perryopolis, Pa., in
the National Tribune. Our time hav
ing expired, we marched out of line,
and wern discharged in June, 1864. I
then enlisted in Company G, Sixteenth
Pennsylvania cavalry, for one year.
I was in Gregg's division, second
brigade, and it was while with that
command I had a close call in the fall
of 1864. The cavalry was on the ex
treme left of the army at Petersburg.
Early one morning we started out on
a raid around the right of Lee's army.
The Sixteenth Pennsylvania cavalry
was in advance, and as there is always
an advance guard in front of the mov
ing column that duty fell to four men
of my company, Henry Niel, William
Hagan and, if I remember, Joe Neil
and myself.
Nothing very exciting happened on
our outward move. We reached Din
widdle C. H. some time in the after
noon. We then wheeled to the rights
and moved up until we were in sight
of the enemy's camps. We then
wheeled right-about and started on
our return.
Fitzhugh Lee was in command of
Lee's cavalry, which consisted of
seven brigades, and we knew he would
follow us.
The guard had gotten a canteen full
of apple jack, and they began to get
pretty talkative. When the column
started to move the rear guard stopped
In the road and passed the canteen
arou d. As I had not tampered with
the contents of the canteen, I got hold
of it and threw It over my shoulder.
I told the boys they had had enough
for the present. I also remarked that
we were two miles In rear of the col
umn, and that Fitehugh Lee's cavalry
would Jump onto us and give us a trip
to Libbey prison If we didn't look,
sharp.
We then started to move. Hagan
,and I moved through a gate, and
{started to ride up to a house some 200
|7ard8 from the road, where we saw a
.mounted man sitting in front of the
house. We hadn't gone more than halt
Gained on Us Very Rapidly.
way to the house when we heard a
•hot. Upon looking around we sawl
about fifty rebels coming out of a strip,
of woods not more than 200 yards in
rear of us.
Nell fired all the loads out of his
carbine and retreated down the road:
iAb Hagan and I were cut off from the
road, we took to the fields for it.
didn't count the fences we went over
but there were several of them. Th*
cavalry horses were trained to Jump
and they went over like sheep. Tha
Confederate cavalry horses being
fresh from camp, gained on us very
rapidly, and were soon riding along
not more than 50 yards to the left ol
us. Both parties were firing, but as
the horses were running at full speed
the balls flew harmless with one ex
ception.
I well remember the words of the
paptain as I took my position in the
line. He said: "Hasson, Where's Ha
gan?" I answered: "The rebels got
nlm." I saw a tear in the captain's
eye when I answered him. Hagan got
back all right in about three or four
jmonths. Our brigade arrived at thai
junction two hours before Lee, and he
had his wagon train In front of him.
We kept the train moving until!
about 200 wagons had passed. One of
our scouts rode up and told us to cut
the train, as a brigade of infantry and!
a brigade of cavalry were coming in!
sight. As we were the only- troops,
that had reached the junction yet, we
had a lively time of it for awhile. We'
'formed a line of battle in single llnej
and fought mounted. We held them a!
short time until they began to move'
around our right flank. I began
to
think we were In a tight plaoc whenj
the old Fifth corps came up with a1
cheer, and that settled tt We got tbaj
wagon trail all right i,..

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