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.1. A. RJCKKRT. I'rohuit'r.:.
A HOME BANK Organized, controlled and al most entirely owned by home people. The capital The First NdtiOfidl Bdiik has always endeavored to in touch with the needs of the community and each one of its customers a square deal. and surplus is the protection of all its deposits DIRECTORS:— the care of business intrusted SISSETON AND VICINITY Read the new ads in this issue. Miss Alma Hendrickson is the guest of friends in Minneapolis. Miller Bros.' "101 Ranch" wild west show will be in Sisseton on July 18. Vr /m. Walsh returned last Sat urday from a week's visit at Aberdeen. Dr. J. H. Doupe, of Waubay, transacted business in the city Monday and Tuesday. Nels Olberg, W. E. Borene and Hogan Scholberg were Browns Valley visitors yesterday. Jerry Wilson and Paul Just left Wednesday morning for Huron, on a business mission. WANTED—At once, house keeper on farm, to take charge of house and be own boss. Ad dress T. W., Route 1, Box 57, Wilmot, S. D. If. S. MORRIS. Vice J'i'csidei: J. A. Rickert, Henry S. Morris, S. K. Olberg, W. K. Morris, and Howard Babcock. THE OI„D RELIABLE" FIRST NATIONAL BANK SISSETON S. D. S. X. OLD ERG. Cashier. I'AUL R1CKKKT. AssistantCu.fchici\ fBuilding Lots ins I Spring Grove Parkj On the banks of beautiful Big nine miles northeast of Wilmot, O These lots are 50 100 feet, and half of them have lake frontage. Price, for a limited time only, $100 each. Reasonable terms. This is a charming spot for a summer home and there are already several cottages erected and in course of construction. I have one cottage and all kinds of boats and fishing tackle for rent. rieep give to S50,000.00, a in 1 for and foi to it. H. L. Spackman left Wednes day evening for the twin cities, on business. N. J. Pryor returned Monday evening from a visit with friends at Ortonville. Charlie Anderson represented Ortley at the county seat Monday night and part of Tuesday. County Auditor Ray took his family to Pickerel lake, last Saturday, for their summer out ing. Julius Assness and Charlie Strand enjoyed the fishing at Pickerel lake, Tuesday and Wed nesday. Miss Lottie Sumner returned Monday evening from a week's visit with the home folks at Bel lingham, Minn. Mrs. L- W. Payne and chil dren will leave today for an ex tended visit at the old home in southern Minnesota. Miss Norma Carter was given a surprise party by a number of her young friends, Monday aft ernoon, who presented her with numerous beautiful gifts. A dainty lunch was served. I S I N I S I S A S S MARTIN MADSEN P. O. Address—Wilmot, S. D. Stone laive, S A E Dr. and Mrs. Glasier returned on Tuesday from their visit to V\ atertown and Sioux Falls. Miss Phyllis Derflinger left ir.esday for Sioux Falls, where I she will spend the summer friends. with chil- -Irs. Austin Towles and dren, of Brandt, are here visit ing at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Towles. Browns Valley advertises a big mid-summer celebration for Fri day, June 28, which promises to be a hummer. Conductor Claud Tice is back on the Sisseton branch once more, after a ten days' stunt on the mai line. Miller Bros', big show, "101 Ranch," will be in Sisseton on July 18- not July 4, as an nounced last week. John Wilkins came up from Peever, Tuesday, and will here after make his home in Sisseton, having accepted a position on the Record. Mrs. H. A. Morrill and daugh ter left Wednesday for Morris, Minn., where they will spend some time visiting with relatives and friends. Thad Fuller and George Rix, of Milbank, are among the out of town attorneys in the city this week, attending to matters in circuit court. Ben Nelson and Ruben Swen son drove to Browns Valley, Tuesday evening, and spent the night—or part of it, at least, at Ben's home. The Misses Laura and Hannah Rask gave a farewell party at their home, Wednesday evening, in honor of Miss Susie Tower, who leaves shortly for Iowa. Don't forget Roy Stevens' auc tion sale, which takes place on his farm 15 miles southwest of this city on June 28. Sale begins at 10 a. m. Free lunch at noon. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Mead left for the twin cities, Monday eve ning, where Mrs. Mead will enter a hospital and submit to an operation. Mr. and Mrs- Emil Fredericks drove over from Browns Valley, Saturday afternoon, and spent Sunday at the home of the lat ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Soli. Miss Ruth Preston was hostess at a kitchen shower, Monday evening, given for Miss Maggie Simmons, who has since become Mrs. Lester Price. The occasion was highly enjoyable. Pat Reardon has been some what under the weather, the past week, and has been forced to lay up for repairs. His many friends hope to see him back in his usual good health before very long. The Sullivan Lumber Co. has purchased the yard of the Ideal Lumber Co., and that concern is now a thing of the past. Ben Nelson, who managed the Ideal yard, will hereafter be em ployed by the Sullivan people. The families of Joe and Chas. Soulok and Misses Anna Lang and Emma Erickson returned Tuesday evening from a week's outing at Pickerel lake, and re port a most enjoyable time Tney say the fishing is great. Nels Nelson returned Monday evening from Lemmon, where he had spent the previous week on business. He reports crop con ditions excellent west of the river—as in fact they are all over the state. H. M. Fellbaum, of Minnesota township, arrived in the city Wednesday afternoon, by auto, and placed his machine in the McCoy automobile hospital, for repairs. Mr. Fellbaum was be feated for representative in the recent primaries, but he has the satisfaction of knowing his own township stood back of him, al most to a man. I Lest er Price and Miss Maggie Simmons were united in mar jriage. Wednesday afternoon, at I the Methodist parsonage, Rev. Shearer performing the cere mony. The Standard extends congratulations. Mrs. C. E. Sundberg and little daughter left Tuesday morning, via Browns Valley, for Watson, Canada, where they will spend the balance of the summer with relatives. Mr. Sundberg accomp anied them as far as Morris, Minn., returning the following day. Ruben Swenson, of Cloquett, Minn., who has been visiting relatives in Sisseton and Browns Valley for the past couple of weeks, left yesterday for Can non Falls, Minn., where he will visit friends for a time before returning to his home at Clo quett. A surprise party was given in honor of Mrs. M. M. Toftum, Monday evening, the occasion being her 46th birthday. Friends presented her with a set of sil ver knives and forks, and her daughter Pearl gave her a set of silver spoons- Light refresh ments were served, and the eve ning was spent most enjoyably. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Peek, of Menneapolis, arrived in the city on Thursday of last week, and were guests at the Howard Bab cock and A. H. Ingersoll homes. Mrs.# Peek went to Wilmot, Thursday evening, but Mr. Peek remained in town a couple of days longer, attending to busi ness matters and visitting with his old friend, A. W. Lindquist, of Diamond, who drove over to meet him. Travelers by automobile and team are finding it rather difficult to get to Browns Valley, these days, as both the north and south roads have been fenced by the farmers who own the land. These roads have been in use for a great many years, and had come to be looked upon as pub lic highways. Browns Valley citizens are neglecting their op portunities when they permit anything to interfere with the traffic from South Dakota, and should make it a point to look into this matter. I |THE WORLD LOOKS ^DIFFERENT TO THE MAN WITH 1 HE KNOWS HE 1$ ^Secure raveTyour money. E. J. Carlen, who has been employed on the Record for the past seven or eight months, left Tuesday for Havana, N. D., where he will spend some time visiting his parents. From there he will go to Underwood, N. D., where he owns a newspaper. During Mr. Carlen's stay in Sis seton he proved himself to be a clean, square young man, and the Standard wishes him success in his journalistic endeavors in our sister state. I Sale Extraordinary CHARLES M. SCHWAB, the great steel magnate, banked the big money he rnaile when President ef the big steel corpor ation. Now he owns steel works of his own. Your employer wifl trust you more, and promote you, if you Make Our Bank Your Bank FARMERS STATE BANK "Lena Rivers" played to a rather small but very apprecia tive audience at the opera house, last evening. Commencing Saturday, June 22 And Continuing until Thursday, July 4 The Greatest Sacrifice Sale ever put on in Sisseton will take place on my entire stock of Up-to-Date Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, and some Dry Goods and Ladies' Furnishings. [S will lie the (neatest Money Saving Sale over inaugurated in this city, and coming as it does at this time of the year it will pay you to come a long ways to take advantage of it. Remember, each article is guaranteed. Come and look the stock over and let the goods and prices speak for themselves. Do not forget the dates—June 22 to July 4, i9l2. Your choice of any suit in the store, worth up to $*2 All my $lo and $18 suits, Sale Price All suits regularly worth $10 and $12, Sale Price Boys' 3-piece long pants suits, regular values $10 to $12, Sale Price, Boys' 2-pieee suits, worth up to $3.50, Sale Price One lot of boys'suits, 3 to 7 in size, worth $3.00, Sale Price For want of space I cannot quote prices, except on a few items, but prices have been reduced on all my goods, some to Half Price. So come and see for yourself. LOOK FOR THE BIG SIGN. (Note: Bankable paper taken the same as cash NELS THOMPSON Ellefson Building Sisseton, S- D. 0 James Hardy and A. W. Lind quist represented Harmon town ship in the city last Friday and Saturday. Mr. Hardy is one of the biggest farmers in that part of the county, owning between eight and nine hundred acres of as fine land as lays outdoors Mr. Lindquist is a member of the firm of Lindquist Bros., the Diamond merchants, and reports that business is very good for this time of year. Have the Standard print it. Sale Price, -*$. -'if vv Miss Bessie Croal announces that she will shortly open a kin dergarten in this city. •3 I I $ $12.48 9.98 5.98 4 98 1.48 98c at rMi