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Friday.
Emma and Florence Oliver
epeni Thursday night with Ardy.s
Kvan..
John Curtiss, of Minneapolis,
arrived here Sunday for a visit
wiih his mother, Mrs. Pugh.
The Ladies* Aid will meet with
Mre. Frank Smith on Thursday,
June 6.
Mr. anld Mns. Thos. McGee and
f' children, were callers at- Bar
netts. Saturday evening.
Mrs Welch, who fell and cut
her head quite badly last week,
s. now doin^r nicely and will soon
be 'well again
Geo. Walker took a flying trip
to Minnesota, this week.
r--' Mr. and Mrs. Nels Beito were
Effington visitors, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs T. Bravig went
V- Sisseton, Saturday, to visit
relatives, returning Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Moen are
enjoying a visit from Mr. Moen'
parents and two brothers an'd a
rkter, from Madison, Minn.
Ada Hendrickson entertained
a party of friends, Suiiday after
noon.
If you like ring rule, vote the
ticket endorsed by the machine.
The Si«eton Mill & Light Co.,
are selling the best patent flour
to consumers at the regulai
wholesale price $1.40 a sack. Now
is the time to lay in a supply.
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We Have It!
Gasoline and Gas Engine
Oil for your Auto
TRANSMISSION OIL
CYLINDER OIL,
A O I
Also all kinds of Oils and
Grease for your farm
machinery and wagons.
MONSON BROS.
Effington, S. D.
Correspondence
EFFINGTON. EDDY
Mr. and Mrs. A. -J. Kilness and
Miss Julia Olson were callers at
Trolstad's. Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dahl arid
daughters autoed into Effington.
Tuesday.
Herman Engal's baby is quite
pick, this week, with pneumonia.
"Willarkl Yeeder. of Sisseton.
if spending the week visiting
friends in this vicinity.
Hal Knight and Kd Lund were O. you May baskets auu June
autoinp around this part of the, boxes. Next will be ".July pie
county Monday, in the interests Let them come. Our folk
of Hal's candidacy for the county eat pie.
judgeship. Herbert and Maude Bir'dsell
Mrs. Geo. .Walker and children hauled two loads of flax to Ilan
•went to Sisseton, Tuesday. kinson. Fri'.lay. which they ship
Tom McGee hauled grain to
A large herd of cattle belong
ing to Frank Whipple passed shopping at Eddy, Thursday,
through here, "Wednesday. News has been re- ivt.i fr' in
John Klouse visited Sisseton, right, and everything has been a
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their brother Ed, who
lives near Berthold. X. D.
Mrs. Crocker is visiting with
Mrs. A. P. Houde at Sisseton.
Murl Scott and wife, who hav?
spent the past winter with the
former's parents at. Montevideo,
Minn., arrive'd here last Tuesday
for a visit with relatives and
friends.
Ella Hustel has been assisting
with the work at B. T. San'.is
mark's last week, during Nan
nie Olson's absence.
The Tom Olson f'amilv
Munson Bros, hauled merchan- Swift Current. Sask., Canada,
dise from..Sisseton, Thursday. that Mrs. Glea.son and daughters
The Ladies Aid was royally en- arrived at that place, Wednes
tertaine at Mrs. Duberstein "s on'day, May lo, safe and sound. 11a
ThursTdav. jzel says that Canada is just all
round of pleasure so far.
Mr. Walsta'd and family ate
Sunday dinner at B. Stave's.
Mr. and Mrs. Romo are enjoy
ing a visit from friends, who
arrived by auto from Minnesota
Saturday evening.
Young Peoples Society met at
the Bethel church, Sunday. There
was not as large a crowd as us
ual, hut it being the day for the
election of new officers we can
hardly blame the young folks for
not coming.
Melvin Satre wc.nt to Sisseton
after a load of goods
('or
Bill Vollmar ari
stad were Ed'dy
nesday.
For United States Semtor Vote For
At the Primaries June 4th
vlswin* money away frotn the government
'tnatj the Aldrlch Currency Bill, which aims to tike the power
H® favor* national crop insurance.
WM j* that kiod of "reciprocity" or other tariff revision that would
••PIBCW tojell in a (tee trade market and buy in a protected market.
LC H* Ml toy that will measure the difference in the cost of production
*25£-j. »to for tha t—tog of railroad and expregg rates on the actual value of
irosa property, with aliowance for a fair return on the investment and
thfemplfiyeea, Respwjtfully,
l^O*«rti«mwt) RICHARDS SENATORIAL COMMITTEE
B. T.
Sandsmark last Thursday.
Mrs. II. D. Vollmar, of Dixie
visited with her parents, Mr.
an'd Mrs, Stave Tuesday and Wed
nesday of last wet-
Guilder
visitors
Sliel
Wed
Miss Julia Curren has closec
lier term of school, and is now
staying with her sister, Mrs. Gor
such.
Dave and Lena. Pederson
a brother and sister of Mrs. T.
A. Gunnarson, who have spent
the time since Christmas at
the letter's home left for the
cities last Thursday. We under
stand that Dave, after his visit
in the cities, will journey on to
states farther west and Lena will
return to her home near Almont,
N. D.
The Eddy team crossed bats
with Dixie, last Saturday, and
York
and give it to the bjg New
.tfV??^
'v9'
were defeated. Guess we will lei
the boys tell the score.
Miss Wasberg visdte'd at Rev.
T. A. Gunnarson's Wednesday
evening.
Syver and Julia Strand spoilt
Sunday evening with Clara Stave.
.Mrs. Fenny called on Mabel
v-a rn. rs
day.
Allien Allestad and family a i
oed over in the ea.st neigh r
liood. Sunday.
Last week's items)
Herman Odell and Ada Olson.
Archie Elle.stad and Julia Olson,
from K'.'fmglon were among tli*
young people who attended the
dance at Monson'.s barn.
The B. Stave family spent Sun
day at the home of G. Odlands.
Claude Birch and Mabel Rath
burn returned Sunday, after hav
ing spent a couple of days with a
friend who resides north of
Effington.
A large crowd of young
peop:
were entertained at the K. Wal
stad home last- Sunday at'ternoo
•Everyone reports a royal gool
time.
Frank and Marion Pahl from
Dixie, visited_at J. F. Gleasoii's
Sunday evening.
Melvin Sat re and Ed lea si in
were county seat, visitors, Mon
day.
Albert I'lstad autoed to Sisse
ton last Saturday.
Mi.ss Bel-nice Cook, from Sis
seton. returned home Sunday, af
Ter having spent a few days of
last week at the J. F. Gleasen
homeL
Alfred Ai'.lrich. who has spent
the® piyst- winter in Tamarack.
Minnesota and Dogden. X. Dak.,
rettiraed last Tuesday. We are
all glad to have him back again
and are looking forward to
lot of good t.ijties.
Vote against
didates.
(.
the machine can-
CRAWFORD
P. K. England lost a horse
Tuesday evening.
Mr. Eastman of White Ro.-k
was busy moving buildings 'r
Emil Ilostbjor. this week.
P..K. England., was assessing
this vicinity iast week.
The school oificers oi the
Fifth
co.:nniis:one
-'s 'di^rict b.elii
an eleetion at the Cra-wF^rd
sehoolliouse on Tuesday afternoor
for the purpose of electing a mem
be of the Board of Education.
Linda Peterson was a caller at
the Stromstedt and He:'gt
homes, Wednesday afternoon.
Edgar and Swan Bergstr* in cap
ture'd and kilkd seven
skunks
a mother skunk and little ones
Wednesday.
John Teare was seen in Craw
ford, Wednesday.
Jim Bonneberg is busy pain:
irig at Nels Edlund's at prevent
Berger Stromstedt. has bought
llostbpor's sehoolliouse building
with the intention of fixing it up
for a dwelling house.
A 'dance was given, at, 1 lev
man Peterson'ds heme Saturday
evening, and all report an enjoy
able time.
Anna Bergstrom and family an
Andrew Nord-und and family were
visitors at the A una. Smith :i! •.
Sunday.
The (Yaw for..! seh-i,-l c"cci cr.
Monday. A program was {"ivf'i:
which all seemed to enjoy. Af
ter the ent.ei tair.im n.r, was vvv.
refreshments were served.
A fierce storm took pilave «'IJ
Sunday evening, destroying barns
living -houses and windmUis to a
great extent. The living houses
were few in .number but the barn
were blown down in a.Tmost every
farm hereabouts.
The Crawford team played with
the South Dakota. Reds, Sunday,
and were successful at last. That
is right. Do it again.
Carrie No-rdvoll was a visitor
in this vic'nity Saturday and Sun
da\
Gtoi ge Kunkel is taking pic
tures of the. wreck caused by
the storm. ,.
Elvira Bergstrom was inWhile
Rock, Thursday and Friday, tak
ing the eighth grade examination.
She rports that tHere were about
twenty-four pupils at the
amination.
cat*
ex-
1,
If you like ring rule, vote, the
ticket endorsed by the machine.
It's time to be thinking about
that graduation gift. Yon are
sure to find something that will
give satisfaction a.t Tosten&on's,
the jeweler. fUr (46-49)
Smash the slat*!
ONE ROAD
(Last week's items
Mrs. K. K. Bue and son Os 'ar
visited the Anton Werdal fannily
at- Sisseton Wednesday and Tliurs
day.
Mrs. P. C. Johnson and child
ren, Mary and Mabel Bue. Min
nie Floe, and Charlie Anderson
took in the celebration which
the Bethel church people held at
John Isreaisoin's Friday. Dinner
was served and ice cream, lem
onade, oranges and peanuts were
sold on the grounds.
Elsie and Ainandai Lindqtiis!
celebrated at Peever, Friday, lvei
Johnson lent, his presence to Ver
non for the day.
Dr. Pearson, of Peever, was call
ed professionally to attend the
youngest, child of Mr. and Mrs.
B. L. Bendickson on Wednesday
and Friday. The little one is
now out of danger.
The addition which 0. L. Ben
dickson is having erected at the
north o,f his house is .1 ureat :m
provement'to the dwelling.
Mrs. Leo Ozlowski, enjoyed a
visit from her half brother from
ne ,r Sisseton, lasl week.
The entire force from P. C.
Johnson's spent Sunday at Floe's
where the young people from
Bue's were also entertained.
Elling Monson and wife from
Wa.ubav. attended church services
at the Zoar church S.uaiday even
ing. Mrs. Monson is visiting at
the Bue home, while her hti.sband
and Mr. Bu. are interviewing the
farmers on the (piestion of silos
for which the latter gentleman is
agent.
Mtmbcrs of the Hans Hanson.
Lyngen, Jordal. Ed and Ole Grin
de families celebrated the 17th
at Peever.
Andrew Hanson visited his
relatives at the II. Hanson home
Sunday.
An informal reception was giv
en at tJie Bethel church after the
services held Sunday afternoon in
honor of Peter Flo.cn and wife
who had passed the half century
mark in wedlock tile Friday be
fore. A very large crowd was
present showing the esteem in
which the old couple is held.
They were presented with a sum
of money.
The lady who was fonmerly
Be'da Sundell. who spent her
girlhood days in this township,
accompanied by her two small
children, came Saturday to visit
her two other children. Esther
and Charlie, at the Lindquist
home, August Lindquist going to
Browns Vallev to meet her.
If you like ring rule, vote the
ticket endorsed by the machine.
EASTER
(Last week's iteinsj
Tony Xigg is having a siege1
of typhoid fever. Dr. F"gartv oi'
Browns Valley is the attending
physieian and the patient is get
ting along as well as can be ex
pected.
Quite a number from Easier
took in the celebra!
10:1
at. Pee­
ver on May 17. A b.-ll 1 tn•
several races, wrestling rrialehes
and a dance in the evening were
the attractions of the (lav. A
good time was s-hared in general.
"Slim" i'rvor who is stopping
at John Murray's made a bus'i
ne-s trip to Browns Valley last
Saturday.
Misses Mavirie Hendricks and
Kegina Nigg wrote' teacher's ex
amination at: Sis.yete.n last Thurs
day and Friday, the latter hav
ing written for a first grade cer
tificate.
I!oh. Haw and lady friend took
in the celebration at Peever on
Friday, May 17.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. DeFrance
visited at Steve Barnett's last,
Sunday.
J. Fonder and Felix Nigg had
business at Peever, Thursday af
ternoon.
John. Murray and "SQim" Pry
or were transacting business in
Sisseton, Monday afternoon.
During the storm of last Fri
day afternoon, lightning struck
Adolph Lundstrom's house and
knocked off a part of the chim
neey and dM other minor dam
ages. Luckily, Mrs. Lundstrom
and family were in Peever and
Mr. Lundstrom had left the
house just before the occurence,
or something of more serious
nature might have taken place.
Sylvester Kimball autoed to
Sisseton last Monday evening,
on a business misson.
Frank Hicks and Pat Reardon
autoed through Eastej- one day
last week. The former is a candi
date for sheriff and was out
soliciting votes.
John Murray and "Slim"
Pry-
or had business at Browns Val
ley, Tuesday.
Clias. Fonder left Monday
evening for Minneapolis, where
he goes to attend a meeting of
the Thunder Creek Mining Co.
He expects to remain away for
a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ha.ggerty,
from near Veblin, visited at Clias.
Fonder's Sunday evening.
Leonard, Clifford and Francis
Fonder returned Thursday even
ing from their visit with rela
tives in the hills.
Vote against the machine can
didates.
VERNON.
Hev. Ilaugen improved his
residence last week by having the
Dahl Implement Co.. of White
Rock, erect- lightning rods on it.
John Aade, of Wilmot,
visiting friends here llast week.
William Ilienmiller and family
are now located at I lank in sun
having moved there last Thurs
day.
J. Ilokanson and children, of
Wyning, Minn., visited the A. M.
Larson family a few lays lasl
week.
The damage done by the wind
of last Sunday evening in 1 uis
vicinity amounts to an enormous
sum. Buildings of almost every
description were demolished, and
considerable stock was killed.
I A. H. Dahl spent the first of
the week at Sisseton.
Gabriel Knutson visited White
Rock, Saturday.
If you like ring rule, vote the
ticket endorsed by the machine.
The Best in Town.
W. A. Robinson writes to Gor
don Bros. "Your Pillsbury Best
Flour is the best-flour sold in
Sisseton, it is the best-flour I
have seen in a year. It makes
fine bread. White, light, and
good taste.
There is no ecomony in eating
poor brea'd for two or threi
weeks, in order to save 10 or 1."
cents a sack, by buying chea
flour. Buy the "Best" and yoi
will have no scraps to throw
away, they will eat it all.
What is Your
Time Worth?
IF
your time is worth mora
than fifteen to twenty cents
an hour, you can make an
I gasoline engine pay for
itself in a very short time.
Many farmers havp written us
that their I engines paid
for themselves in cash, to say
nothing of the hard work saved,
the first year. How
IH
Gasoline Engines
have specified working
hours. They are ready for any
work within their capacity, at
any time. They require little
attention, and that of the sim
plest. They make no strain on
your time, temper or pocket
book. Get an IHC catalogue
or see your local dealer and find
out what ten cents' worth of
gasoline will do, working in a
thoroughly tested general pur
pose IHC engine. Made in
every style and in 1 to SO-horse
power sizes. Kerosene-gasoline
tractors, 12 to 45-horse power.
litinitioRil Harvester Coniaav of AMria
(Incorporated)
Che*«t
IH
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Serric*
Barua
The purpose of this Bureau is to furnish.
'lce charge to all, the best information
obtainable on better farming. If you have
•ny worthy Questions concerninesoils.crops.
dramage. irrigation fertilizers, etc!:
5^ UY/2
inquiries specific and send them
I Service Bureau, Harvester Build*
inc. Chicago, S A
BATTERTON
Attomey-at-Law
Practice in All Courts
Office in lioburit, County Courthouse
SISSETON, S. D,
HOWARD BABCOCK
Attomey-at-Law
Office over First NittionRl Bunk
SISSETON, S. D.
Frank R. McKciuii,
flittrti Co.
Ttitd I. FuL'u
CriRt Ci.
McKENNA FULLER
Ano.-nc.vs -mil Counselors at Law
SISSKTOX AND M1LHANK, SO. DAK.
HOW IS YOUR TITLE?
Better See
L. WM. FOSS
About, 11,.
Office opposite Court House
Sisseton, South Dakota
Phone Ncu ber •-!.
William Giasicr,
IK.
NO.
D.
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE OYER REXALL DRUG STORE
Office No. 146
Phone:
Residence No. 205
Calls Answered Night or Day.
Leave Ail Orders at Maldaner's
MURRAY BROS.
DRAY & TEAM WORK
Phone
91.
SISSETON, S. D.
ECK^S
DRAY
TRANSFER LINE
ADD
DOfCS A
General Dray and Transfer
Business.
Kurnituri- Pi inr» Moving a S'peciaity
arsons I'iowtMl i»ucl Harrowed
BEN ECK, Prop.
Th Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel
200 MODERN ROOMS
located in Heart of Business District
$1.2£
SINGLE RATE $1.£2
EUROPLAN RATE TOR TWO PERSONS $1.50
PRIVATE BATH AND TOILET EXTRA
COMPLETE SAFETY
AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS
AND FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION
(INSURANCE RECORDS SHOW NO LIVES
EVER LOST IN A SPRINKLED BUILDING.)
EVERY ROOM HAS HOT AND COLD RUNNING
WATER, STEAM HEAT, GAS AND ELECTRIC
LIGHTS. AND TELEPHONE SERVICE.
SEVEN STORY ANNEX IN CONNECTION.
Taken Up.
Came to my place on See. 34,
Bossko township, on or about
May 1, one brown
2-
year-
old horse colt. Owner can have
same by proving property and
paying charges.
CLAUDE BUliCII,
(47-40) K. 3, Sisseton, S.
Warrant Call
All warrants lip to and includ
ing Register No. 2125 of the City
of Sisseton, S. I)., a,re called for
payment. Interest cea.ses on the
date of this notice,
Datc'd this 20th day. of May
1912.
E.C. GAMM.
City Treasurer.
There is more Catarrah in this
section of the country than all
other 'diseases put together, and
nntil the last few yeai's was sup
posed to be incura.ble. For a
great many doctors pronounced!
a local disease an'd prescribed lo
cal remedies, and constantly fail
ing to cure with local treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Science
proves Catarrh to be a constitu
tional disease, and therefore re
quieers constitutional treatment.
Hall's Cat a rrh C\ire, manufactur
ed by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo
Ohio, is the only Constitutional
cure on the market. It is taken
internally in doses form 10 drops
to a teaspoon!"ml. It anjts directly
on, the bloo'd and nuueous sur
faces of the system. They
fer one hundred dollars for
ease it fails to cure. Send
circulars and testimonials.
of-
any
for
Address: F. J. Cheeney & Co.
Toledo, Ohio.
Sol'd by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall' Family Pills
constipation. "s
for
GIRL WANTED—For general
housework, at Momeny Hotel, tf

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