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J. A. RICKERT, President.
A a DIRECTORS:- Capt. Kelly was up from Pee ver, Wednesday. loming! Dr. Lepler, your eye specialist, next week. C. G. Lindquist. of Diamond, was a business visitor in the ci:y last Saturday. George Baxter, of Wilmot, transacted business in the city Monday and Tuesday. Big Special Feature —Vanity Fair—at the Unique, Wednes day evening, July 10. Attorney Howard Babcock ar rived home Saturday from a business trip to Pierre and Sioux Falls. Palmer Berglund left last Fri day for Dawson. Minn., where he went to attand a family re union. J. J. Batterton, J. A. Robert son, J. A. McKeeverand J. P. Croal left on Monday for Aber deen, to attend the democratic state convention, as delegates. More Than, 2,375,000^ Are In Use 1 It. HOME BANK Organized, controlled and al most entirely owned by home people. S. MORRIS, Vice I'resilient. The First National Bank has always endeavored to keep in touch with the needs of the community and to give each one of its customers a square deal. a a a $ 5 0 0 0 0 0 0- a a a J. A. Rickert, Henry S. Morris, S. K. Olberg, W. K. Morris, and Howard Babcock. "TTIE OLD RE"LIA BT..TC" FIRST NATIONAL BANK S I S S E O N S O S. K. )1 jIU'.IU ashler. I'ACI. RICKKRT. Assistant (.'..shier. SISSETON AND VICINITY =Js "NO A. O. Overby and Levi Foss 1 were up from Wilmot, Wednes day, on business. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lindquist, of Diamond, visited relatives in the city, Sunday evening. Have your eyes examined and glasses fitted by Dr. Lepler, at Dr. Cook's office, next week. Hal Knight went to Ortonville, Wednesday evening, to spend the Fourth with the rest of the folks. Chariie Anderson, of Ortlev, was transacting important busi ness in the city Tuesday and Wednesday. Frank Curren. of Northfie'd, Minn., is in the city, this week, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. M, A. Knappen. A. W. Lindquist, of Diamond, was in the city Wednesday, on business before the board of county commissioners. Register of Deeds D. F. Ste vens returned Tuesday evening from a week's sojourn in the twin cities and at the old home in Wisconsin. The Best Investment Any Cow Owner Can Make That's what nearly a million and a half of cow owners the world over have found the De Laval cream separator to be. A De L&val farm separator costs from $35 to $160— according to capacity. ]t saves butler (at and produces a cream of superior quality over any setting system or any other separator every time it is used—twice a day—730 tiroes a year. It involves (ar less labor than any setting system, and runs easier, has greater capacity and lasts from two to ten times longer than any other separator. That's how a De Laval separator saves at least its cost the first year, and frequently in few months, and then goes right along saving your money year after year. paymg for k. We have an arrangement whereby you can make a partial Easiest payment at time of purchase, to turni and pay the balance on such easiest id liberal terms that your ma- wash, skims chine will more than save the cleanest its cost while lasts the longest' you are Thomas Thompson SOONER OR LATER YOUWILLBUYA DE LAVAL Mrs. M. A. Knappen was a guest of the Lindquist families at Diamond, Monday and Tues day. Feature films at the Unique every Wednesday. Bring your sweetheart and let her see a good show. A new awning and a freshly painted front greatly improve (the appearance of Bollenbeck's [grocery and ice cream parlor. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Biehr jle, of Bossko township, are the I proud parents of a baby boy, who arrived Tuesday evening, July 2. Miss Mabel Sweeney has re signed her position in the post office, and Harry Allingham has been appointed to fill the vacancy. Forty-three cases, eight small kegs and two large kegs of beer were unloaded at this sta tion, Wednesday morning. Oh, you temperance town! Attorney Thos. Mani and family have rented a summer cottage on the Peninsula at Or itonville, and are enjoying a couple of weeks' outing. The City Bakery and Cahill's furniture store have recently been treated to a coat ot paint, and are much improved in ap pearance as a consequence. E- M. Batson returned Tues dav evening from Lake Minne- ton|.3i BORN--TO Mr. and Mrs. Matt family reunion- He reports the Trautfer, of Lufl'man, on Friday, event as being very enjoyable. June 28, a son- I v.'here he attended a A. L. Folsom, of Wilmot, transacted business in the city Tuesday. Mr. Folsom is a re tired farmer, and just lives in WTi!motfor the pleasure he can get out of it. C. W. Dade, the efficient and obliging manager of the C. E. McGowan Lumber Co.'s yard in this city, left Tuesday evening for Watertown, to spend the Fourth with friends. The Chausse building is rapidly nearing completion, and is a de cided adaition to the business section of the city. When com pleted, it will be one of the finest lr.otion picture houses in South Dakota. Eddie Lechner has accepted a position at the Sisseton Steam Laundry, and is turning out some first-class work- Mr. Glan der is no longer connected with the laundry, having severed his connection last week. Will Opsal was up from Mil bank. Wednesday, and spent the day in the city. We under stand he has accepted a position in the Red Cross Drug Sto-e here, and will enter upon his duties next week. Earl Osborne arrived in t"e city on Monday from Snohomish, Wash., for an extended visit with his father. N. F. Osborne. Earl has spent the past three years in the west, and looks as though the country agrees with him. A delegation of Wilmot citi zens, one dozen strong, came up Wednesday morning and appear ed before the county commis sioners with a protest against the decision of that body to put Wilmot in the dry belt—but to no avail. Mrs. HattieJKeenan and child ren who have been visiting, with the Dr. Brown family the past two weeks, returned to their home at Watertown, Saturday. Mrs. Keenan was formerly Miss Hattie Gardener, and is a sister of Mrs. Brown. Mr. andJMrs. H. L. Spackman have rented a cottage at Simpson Park, on the banks of Big Stone lake, and went down last Satur day, accompanied by Mrs. Iver Stadstad, Mrs. Paul Rickert, Miss Hazel Spackman and Har old Spackman, to take possession. Mr. Spackman and Harold re turned to Sisseton on Monday, but intend to make weekly pil grimages to the lake during the balance of the summer season. The Standard gives all the A. G. Evans, of Minneapolis, was transacting business in the city last Saturday. Mr. Evans was a classmate of Attorney Thos. Mani, at the University of Minnesota, and the two gentle-1 men were mighty glad to see: each other Mrs. W. F- Miller went to Milbank, last Friday, at which point she met her brother and sister and proceeded with them by automobile to the old home at Cambria, Wis,, to attend the "Home Coming Celebration" which is being held there this week. J. W. Lamp°rt, who owns a fine 240-aere farm in Enterprise township, was transacting busi ness in the city, Tuesday, and dropped in at the Standard of fice to pay his respects—and his subscription. Mr. Lampert says the crops are looking fine, out his way. Rev. A. M. Mannes, the The county commissioners were in session Tuesday and Wednesday, and transacted con siderable important business. Among other things, they cut the county on the dry list, refus ing to grant license to applicants from Ortle.v and Wilmot. the two towns where license carried at the last sprintr election. Now if Ortley and Wilmot will please stand up, we will all sing "How Dry I Am." A disasterons blaze occurred at Veblen early last Saturday morning, when flames broke out in Sivert Olson's livery barn and spread to Siverson's pool hall next door, totally destroying both buildings and most of their contents. Gordon Bros., of this city, lost a hundred and twenty five pop cases in the pool hall fire. Olson carried $1,500 insur ance the Siverson property was uninsured. «$• pro• hibition speaker, will hold ser vices at the W. H. Brown place, a mile and a half northeast of town, at 10:30 a. m. Sunday, July 7. A children's program will also be given in the after noon. Everybody is cordially invited. Chas. Erickson, one of the rep resentative farmers of Minnesota township, was a business visitor at the county seat. Monday. Mr. Erickson has been farming in Roberts county for the past nine teen year--, and hasn't any fault to find with the success that has attended his efforts in that direction. The Jubilee Dancing Club clos ed a very successful social sea son, Monday evening, with a well attended dance in the opera house. The night was a trifle warm for dancing, but nevertheless everybody seemed to be having a good time. Stewart's orchestra, of Redfield, furnished the in spiration. Services will be held in the Presbyterian church, next Sun day, as follows: Communion services, 10:30 a. m- Sunday sphool, 11:45 a. m. Senior En deavor. 7:00 d. m. Union ser vices will be held in the M. E. church in the evening, with Rev. A. M. Mannes as the speaker. There will be no meeting of t.he Junior C. E. Society during July and August. Rev. J. W. Chris tiansen, Pastor. EFFINGTON. y.r. ar 1 Mrs. i.'.ipnet visited Mo:n'. -.y overat Peter '}'s. Mrs. Kflrmit left Tuesday for a visit with l.er dilnght-er^Mrs. P.ailiy. at i'eever. Mr. ar i'. Mrs I'aphel left Tuesday Ko"l ester. Mir.u.. where Mrs liapi.W enters the hospital for an operation. Mr. Harnett, who has beyn here visiting brother, returned to his borne in "Wiscorsin. Wednt si! ay. Mrs A^olph lier.drirkvnn w»:o has been here visiting at Jl. HendrirksonS. returned to SissetOL. Tuesday. adyp Lewis is spending the week with Mue Kaphel. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will meet Thursday, July 1». with Mrs Ezra Hugh. Everybody is cordially invited. Ada Hendrickson e- tertamed a party of friends, Saturday evening. Music was the principal feature ol the evening. Mae and Will Kapbei entertained a number of their youni? friends at dinner, Snuday. A Utile girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fraf.k Smith mst Friday. June 2*. Nina Colston, of Siseetoa, is visiting triecds in town, this week. A iittle daughter came to giadden the bonie of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lav^chek, last Tuesday. Jun« Beatrice Monson was on tfiesicK list a few days th:s week, but at pretent writing is some betiCr. TJ)« Standard's circulation nearly equal to the combined circulation of its two eompeti- Siateinent til :).«» iVm.luoti o' lh' FARMERS STATE BANK Sisseton. S. |. business on Silver (He Ibirpjimt is erecting a new granary on his farm. John Millard an'i family Sundayed with the Kmnsrjn famijy near the state line. Martin Hand treated his barn to a coat of paint, Ja*t wt.-ek. Mrs. P. O. Nelson ami soil Wallace left for Minneapolis, last Saturday, after a two weeks' visit will the OKerlund family. Mrs. Johnson came out from Hanhinton la -t Sunda.v. for a few days' vi-it wuh her son Ktidolph and lamily. Mrs. Minard Shepardson was a visitor at tlie liedstroin home last week. Cod rev Dalin returned from Kar^o last SatUJday. I-'reii Johnson is now working for I'. A. Da hi. •iustav llnd has rt-turned from his el.iini in the western part of the slate. lie re|»orU ibat that eonniry is all right, ibis year. The North anu South side ball teams met at Benson's pasture U»st Sunday. The j,'aine wns won by the South side—l«s to 33. The Ni-ith side was inimis their rooteir. hence the out iMnne. Nels Jacobson made a flying trip to Hankin son last Saturday. This neighborhood was visited by a band ol tvpsies. ?aturdny and Sunday. Consequently tne lariners are a few chickens. It. L. Norilrud brought out a laryo load of floods lor his sio. laot Tuosiiay. Martin Olson went U» Minnesota, the first of the xveeu. lora few days' visit. Nels Loberj: is havinj: a bug^y made to or der at the (J00U (lopo blaeksnnih shop. The lanners ol this neighborhood seem to know mat tbe K-elson repair shop is the place to ^et their ma'-binery repaired. Mr. and Mrs. Chris-t. Swanson visited with Mrs. J. 1 Iloa^'lund last Sunday. The Ladies'A id cave a social at Christ. Ner.soij's last Sunday. A largo crowd was present. Mrs. Hernt Kuniek and children, of Han kinson. visited with tb#* I'eter Tober^ family last Sunday. •2 7 Sisseton, Jit the elose nf m:e il. u-iii. KSOl' KCKS Loans and discounts Warr.uus iverdratis Tax (.Vrntii'HU's Other real es'site .l Ot her Property K.\pense I bi Uou^e and Fixtures... I from Hanks $ -'hecks and Drafts fuVOrnr" 'SM Cash on hand (itenij Iviow\ Currency *:,t 2'2: 'itJd M'n ii M:i.or Coin nil' Casli 11fins 'Vol I 'ash j\ ssets Tola 1 CapiC-l tnck Suri-.us Fund CndivHhd I'relits Hills Paya hie ttidmhnj: e«» Wr I S Total STATU OK SOUTH DAKOTA County of Koberts Wl.Wi r.'J 25 MX twi fHJ iV*uir» :.oi on 4.:ii»s r,.nr, co M:, -s, ,:i»l 7-1 )U (A) 10. MO $ 72 245 45 mahimtiks ItUHX) (Hi 2.0CO UO iw I noposus 11 h.jfi-io (ijtiUv. j|. cashier's Chcis «*i lH riuimt 1 I'lllla'ilU-s -I.(HH) PO Firue Cri ilirat 25,104 14 Tctnl 51.771 42 S 1. H. L. Spackman. president of the above named hank, do solemnly swear that :he above statement is trno to the beat of inv knowledge and belief. 0 ., I—Spademan. President. subscribed and sworn to brlore inu this Anli day of June. 191*2. (Seal k. Sundhert*. .. Notary l'ubllc Correi.'t Attest:— LIEN Mr«. (). Younybrrk' rrturne 1 from Far^o, Tut'sduy. where she bad been to visit her pa rents. Miss Sena Larson, of Urroek. Minn., i11 with the Ole Tober*? fatnilv. O. 1 Rank Howard HabroeU, directors IS VIS- SPRING GROVE. Harry Lake and Miss Kllen Wood took In the big market day at Urowns Vallev, last, l*riday. FARMERS, ATTENTION! W a S a a Philip T.ouis and wife are parents of a new daughter, born June v*5. Mrs. Fit/, spent Friday and Saturday at Fairvtew, whore she was having some sewiug done. Mrs Lake and Mrs. y. Corbran drove to Km-my Swim lake, on Sunday, where they visited the J. T. Larson family. «. \V. Peterson returned to his borne here lam Sunday, after an abseuce of six months, during which time he has visited in Califor nia. Washington and other states. Our band boys are a/jain in practice, and wo silt feel like giving "three cheers." Wilson Wren and Albert Welch were callers at Lake's, 011 Sunday. There was a *oeial dance at the Wren borne. Tuesday evening, in honor of their daughter, who is visitlr.g them. A Sunday sehool picnie was held in Ladd's grove. la*i Monday, at which a large number of people spent a very en ioyable time. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fit/., who went to Canada from here last spring, write that they have taken land near Webb. Sask., and are building their house. Penitentiary Twine I a a a a a a a a WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY Farmers' Co-operative Society Sullivan Lumber VERNON. •X^X^X^^'X^X^X^X^X^X^ Nn:k Klein was at Duinont, Minn., the first of he week. A number of Vernonites attended the school picnic at Chas. Knudsoa's, east of Crawford, last Sunday. S. K. Dales and son Frank were repairing phone lines, Monday. Miss Helena Herg was the cuest of Miss Koxy Dales, the first of the week. Kvcryhody reports a good time at the hop given al i'eter Kiefer's, last Saturday. Matt Sand is having his old barn remodeled by Mark's construction crew, who are push ing the work in Hue shape. Aniil Kech is preparing to Duild uew bouse. Mtss Anna Krlandson ha^ returned to her home at Fergus Falls. Minn., after a short visit with t'.je family of A. If. Dab). DEALER IN E Lath, hingles, Mouldings, ash, Doors, Blinds, creens, Building Paper, Fence Posts O A Lime, Cement, and Hard Wall Plaster South Dakota