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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, November 08, 1912, Image 5

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SISSETON AND VICINITY
few days at Hankinson. N. D.
TWO THINGS
Mrs. Edith Pront of Hill City,
N. D., has been a guest at the
A. H. Ingersoil home.
t'hnt every up-to-date fanner should do
Once again the farmers are
He should carry an active cheek ac
count in some good bank. It is the sa
fest and most convenient way to handle
money, and most important it makes
the hank your friend.
He should take out additional lire in
surance for a short time on his grain.
Such a policy costs out little and the
fanner is safe until he can haul the
grain to market.
The best insurance policy is one
the old time tried St. Paul Fire
Insurance Company of St. I1
lieve the best bank is
HE O I. I) E L, I A L, E
talking of building a railroad be- ..
tween White Rock and Veblen.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Quande Nov. 1. a baby boy Mr.
and Mrs- Earl Sleight a baby
girl
kcuaiiuc
J..
Mr.
7 2
Test*
written in
& Marine
aul, and we be
National Bank
A daughter
was born Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holland, and prices are right.
Ernest Robinson i--.spending a jseton visitors Monday. The lowest prices for reliable'
Otto Loe of Eddy was a caller tertainod at the home of C. L. A. O Tostenson Jeweler
at the Standard office vesterday.! Preston o., Tuesday evening.
lT
Carl R. Johnson returned Fri- Hanson, Wal v» oodman,
elect, was in from One Road on here. A grain stack where
Wednesday to hear the election
returns and to look up a house
Glen Knight, formerly of this
city, has returned from Montana
and will spend the winter here.
He has been away about four
years.
Guaranteed High Grade Test
day night from Calgary. Alta., Nels Chilstrom ind Carl^ Warren complications a few days ago at
Canada.
Frank Murray and Otto Radde
of White Rock were noticed in
town Wednesday.
'day °Vei
A few
F. W. Whipple has
1
was threshing took fire, and in
f, nre'
GASOLINE
STOVES
Base burners and surface burners, guaran
teed as good as the best and lowest prices.
Heaters from $1.50 to $80.00. Cooks and
Ranges from $20.00 to $65.00 Our stoves
are guaranteed. Come in and let lis show
you the new points on heaters and nickie
trimmings that will not tarnish and turn
red or blue.
Corn Knives and Husking Pins
New supply just in
General line of
Hardware and Oils
PLUMBING and HEATING
Arthur O. Olson
10,000 Bargains at ihe Racket
Store.
f.„ 17
The Eyworth League was en- goods, at the Golden Rule Store.
A
m°n(^ ester"
days ago while Miss jshe
shipped
a uau.v w., y0ung stock left which will be eat, Saturday at 3 P. M. at the
wintered for him by several of church. Come and help us out.
the farmers hereabouts. Most First come, first served,
and Mrs. S. K. Olbergjof these cattle were pastured China Ware cheap at the
entertained at five hundred last the past summer at Fort Sisseton.
Saturday night. Four tables'
were played. I Ole Chnstianson was quue G- W. Ray disposed of nearly
Iver Johnson, county treasurer about '"inTmiles ^utheast3a
?na
to save the separator Mr. |also
Christianson was knocked down
2
6Sti
The county commissioners are
in session this week.
Mrs. Jos. Opitz of Frank was jon their homestead.
a Sissiton visitor the first of the
week. I Hanson, who has been
cr ,-i-v
)N-aO for a 17 jewel Hampden
A bank is about to be started
at Luff man. The building is week occurred the wed
nearly ready. ding of Miss Sophie Simonson to
Wanted—Some clean old rags. ^r" Benson. The wedding
for cleaning machinery at the !took Place
of Veblen were shopping in this
Carl Schmidt of Luffman was.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-1
able her
school.
Magnus Hustad. recently op
erated on for appendicitis, has
returned from the hospital at
Madison, Minn.
county at A. O- Tostenson's,
Wool Hosiery going at 19 cents• Mrs. G- F. McCormick return- ...
lins of Browns Valley were Sis- Watches, clocks and jewelry. Sandford Spring Water Co.
prices
JT 'Jeweie^
... Mrs. 1. A. Fedge underwent
an
operation for appendicitis and
IS
getting along niceiy.
Katie Otto was riding home The cantata by the Presbyte
from her school in Bossko. her.rian Sunday school had to be I Mr. J-Peterson is making the
pony became frightened and ran postponed on account of the [concrete foundation under the
into a wire fence and Miss Otto breakdown at the electic light I house of E. Myher this week
was quite badly cut by the wire, plant. It will surely be given
1. Ben Myher left for his home
stead near Morristown last week.
*V .....
"ext Monday evening, Nov. 11.
about 1200 head of cattle this Pastry bale-The Junior C. E.
fall to South St. Paul and Chica- will hold a sale of cakes, cookies,
go, and has about 600 head of candy and other good things to
Tlia
p0„i,0.
Car load
°-f
01,
in
the rush to back the engine up IU
Pears from the
track here during the week-1
ve They were shipped here by his
nephew, L. Cape, from Tonto,
Five cari0^ds 0f
the past few weekg
and run over. He was badly
crushed but luckily no bones The Star theatre was on deck
were broken.
apples have,
found market he^ within
with a gas moving picture ma
chine Saturday night and is giv
ing satisfactory shows this week.
An engine and dynamo will soon
be installed in order to guard
I
against future interruption of
business.
Mrs. Helen Oliver and daugh
ter, Miss Nellie, accompanied by
Mr. Goldsmith, attended a fam
ily reunion last Sunday at the
home of Will Oliver in Lein
township. Another brother and
family from Wahpeton, N. D.,
were also present.
First number enlertainiiK-nt
I course at opera house, Nov 14,
Imperial Concert Co.
The government automobile
from the agency took fire while
being cranked at one of the gar
ages in this city Tuesday, but
was saved by the liberal use of
sand. Back fire through the car*
burater was the cause of the
trouble.
First number entertainment
course at opera house, ,Nov 14,
Imperial Concert Co.
Just as the Standard commenc
ed to print, last Friday, the
power failed at the power house
and press and folder ceased run
ning. Nothing could be done
that night, but the next morning
a 3i horse power gasoline engine
was installed and the paper was
gotten out. While in the pre
jdicament of having no power.
Bro. Croal of the Courant offered
use of his press and engine, for
which he has the thanks of the
Standard.
It's a Saving of money to trad«»
at The Racket Store.
Diamond and Vicinity
Mr. and Mrs. John Ellingson
departed for Watouga. S. D.,
last week, where they will settle
it, clerking in the Lindquist store,
watch at A. O- lostenson lew- .A
elrv store where he will visit lor a weeK or
two.
went to Minneapolis last week,
at the
Standard office. the presence of relatives and a
Mr. and Mrs. Will Robertson Ifew
came here five
citv Tuesday. during that time has made a host
First number i-ni«• i-tmirnm-nt|of friends. He is a prosperous
course at opcr lions.'. Nov 14. young man and is well liked by
Imperial Concert 'o.
a]]
S™onso"
ness. the past 16 years is a pleasent
Mrs. Alvin Wilson is visiting1
y0U"R
tin Soli, before leaving for Cal-j tend our hearty congratulation
ifornia. to the young couple and hope
Mrs. Ezra Pugh of Enterprise they may live many happy days'
has moved into the city to en-! together.
daughter to attend I
A farmer at Pierre raised 1400 whom the purchasing party was
bushels of carrots from an acre but understand the place brought
of ground this year which is
1
«4o
bride's home in
ne*r fr»ends.
Mr. Benson
years ago and
who know him. The lady
is a
in the city Saturday on his way o-„ .,
to Owatonna, Minn., on busi-!
daughter of Mr
.and Mrs. J.
and resided here for
,ady
to°
nee" an^'
™el1 known to
introduction. We ex-1
We understand Mr. A. Sheets
has sold his 120 acre farm and
will move out west where he will
locate in some warmer climate, &
We have not been able to learn \y(
npr
said to be very cheap stock food.
The largest stock of watches, ^''son has pulled in,
clocks and jewelry in Roberts1
w,*h
aora I
^f-h
hls
W1
a pair while they last at The ed the first of the week from a P-. Peterson left for the twin! to Joe Spetonski for the coming
Racket Store. successful business trip to Rapidj cities last week, where he has! fall and winter.
Ed Paul and wife and Mr. Col- City- She was away two weeks.
^eenn^-
accepted
The Ladies Aid met at the S.
Myher home last Thursday and
in spite of the busy season a
large crowd attended.
—. The nine year son of Mr. and
her, sister's hospital in Browns Mrs Ed. Myher suffered a dislo
alley. Latest reports are that
cated
shoulder and a broken arm
lag(. wgek by fal]ing out of a tree
think
threshing outfits
N-
purchased
a position with the
0**5^3
pay liberal
en he can get nuts. He has them when winter
comes. To 11AYK MONFY you must, save as
you make if. and put it in the bank where
be safe.
Make OVli Hank YOIJR Bank.
Mr. Torgeson. who has been
working for the Gurtz brothers,
pagt summer_
jias y^re(j
out
A fire set to a straw stack one
windy day last week came
near destroying many thousand
dollars worth of property. The
fire crossed several quarters of
stubble field before it was check
ed. Had it not been for neigh
bors being on hand with plows,
it would have burned all the
buildings owned by the Guerts
brothers.
Howard Babcock and Harry
Morris have been spending a few
days at their hunting resort at
Ray lake.
.,u:
Facts! Facts! Facts! 1
Prices from $15.00 upward—and sold
exclusively by
GOLDEN RULE CLOTHING Co.
In The Golden Rule Store
Sisseton, S. Dakota
Two Stores Sisseton, So. Dak. Waubay, So. Dak.
S
VEN SQUIRRELS I
HAVE-BANK-ACCOUNIS
WHY NOT YOU?
NTKH may come sooner than
prudent squirrel stores away
you
nuts
it will
nterest consistent with safely.
FARMERS STATE BANK
it
Ben Tritz has gone to Minnea
polis to work in a garage.
POULTRY CAR
We will load our last car of
poultry at Sisseton on Friday
and Saturday, Nov. 15=16. Bring
all you wish, always the same
square deal. L. A. VanGalder.
All persons are hereby notfied
not to buy any furniture or other
goods of my wife, and further
that 1 will not be responsible for
any goods purchased or bills in
curred by her.
Chas. Lindstrom.
If any other laundry is doing
any better work than ours,
please inform us of it. We want
to keep the lead we have, at all
hazards.
Sisseton Hand Laundry.
About Clothes
For, Men and Young Men
"Advance" OloMies are the
Clothes for you because they
have superior qualities (you
can see them) and superior
features (you can see them)
—not on our say-so, but on
your see-so.
And remember no other suit
is legally guaranteed all-wool.
A remarkable variety of
models—of styles—each suit
with the "Advance" label
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