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Threshers Bonds Mike Mead has been taking in the Minnesota state fair this week. Will Opsal and wife were over from Britton for a Sunday visit with relatives here. Oscar Swenumson will leave Monday for Northfield, Minn., to resume his studies. Miss Rose Thompson left the first of the week to attend Granger business college at Aber deen. Dr. Hay left Tuesday noon for Alton, 111., to attend a chiroprac tic convention. Later she will go to Davenport, III., and will return home about the 15th of this month. Miss Minnie Thompson, deputy county treasurer, resumed her duties at the court house Tues day after a vacation of a month. Miss Agnes Sateren is also em ployed in the treasurer's office. Dr. Glasier reports that the little three-year-old son of Ar thur Westby of Long Hollow fell from a wagon last Sunday and sustained a broken arm, the bones at the elbow joint being badly crushed. Mrs. L. S. Babcock and Mrs. Judkins will serve a 15c tea at the home of Mrs. Judkins Wed nesday afternoon, for the benefit of the Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church. A program will be given between 3 and 5 o'clock, after which refreshments will be served. A cordial invitation is extended to both ladies and gen tlemen. People have been pouring in to Miss McQuillen's furnishing store this week to fit themselves out with the latest style hat, coat, dress or suit and they have been more than pleased with the unusually fine assort ment in all these lines to select from. Nothing like it anywhere else in the city. Come in and see for yourself. E O E I A E First national Bank of Sisseton, S. D. Officers: J. A. KJCKERT, Pres. H. S. MORRIS, V. Pres. S. K. OLBERG. Cashier SISSETON AND VKMY 0£T Most of the county schools opened Monday. The wife of Rev. Klevjord of Effington is in very poor health. Legal blanks at this office. Fall goods are now in. The Golden Rule. John McKeever is spending the week in Minneapolis. Fresh osters every Thursday at the Scandia restaurant. (11-13) Did you see all those pretty dress trimmings at the Golden Rule? 0. P. Rask returned home last week, but has not buckled down to hard work yet. Seven teachers took examina tions here last week for first grade certificates. Buy your tea, coffee and spices at E. H. Robinson Bakery, where you get premium tickets. (9-tf) New suits, new coats are now in. This is just the time to get the coat or suit that you want. The Golden Rule. Miss Clara Axness left last evening for her school work at Ellendale, N. D. She will have third grade work there. A baby boy was born on Wed nesday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Skjoneberg of Grant, at the home of her mother, Mrs. Anton Anderson, in this city. Dr. F. J. Maw, Eye Specialist of Milbank, S. D.. will be at the Hotel Commercial on Oct. 2nd. Dr. Maw comes well recommend ed by the best citizens of Mil bank. Adv. David Peever resigned his position at the Red Cross drug store last Saturday night and is now enjoying a short vacation. In the course of a few days he will leave for the government school at Carlisle, Pa. T. S. Osman is spending most of his time of late on his farm near Beardsley, Minn., and will continue to be there for some time, looking after the fall work. Mrs. Osman says that South Da kota suits her all right. Game is said to be plentiful this fall, and hunters likewise. On Wednesday the number of license issued at the court house was up to 112. A St. Paul man is the only "foreigner" to take out a license so far. He had to plunk down a good $15 for the privilege of hunting here. Jerry Donavan of Grant is a Minnesuta state fair visitor. Mrs. John Akre is spending the week in Minneapolis. Did you see all those new dresses at the Golden Rule? Sandy Gray and Fred Kelly were up from Peever Saturday. Dwight Preston returned last Friday from a week's visit in Milbank. Mrs. S. E. Loveland was up from Corona Friday to attend the tent meetings. Found—Purse and small sum of money. Owner call and pay for this advertisement. Conductor Bingham has had charge of the Sisseton run this week, relieving Conductor Tice, who is running on the main line during fair week. The rain of the past few days has been of benefit to the farm ers who are plowing, but crops are nearly all past being in need of any more moisture The prettiest girl in Sisseton wears R. &G corsets. She bought them at Miss McQuillen's. These corsets are made in New York and are all the rage now. Price, $1 to HZ- Twenty furnished rooms for rent by the day, week or month. Practically modern, electric lights, toilet and bath. The Thompson House, over Thomp son hardware store. (1-tf) A Do not fail to get our prices on Home Goods. It means money to you. IOOO Bargains at Miss Ruth Burpee who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bat son left last week for her home at Pine Island, Minn. Chas. Strand, Frank Stauffer and Jürgen Nau went to Minne apolis Wednesday to attend the Minnesota state fair. Miss Alice Larson and John Nebben of Peever were married in this city on Tuesday, Justice Prindiville officiating. J. W. Roycraft has struck a location for a barber shop at Crosby, N. D. His household goods, barber shop outfit, etc., were shipped from here Wednes day. The ladies of the Presbyterian church had planned for a picnic on the Wilcox lawn for Wednes day afternoon, but, on account of the rain, were obliged to post pone it until this afternoon. P. R. Christenson finished threshing on his farms in Lee township last week and reports that his wheat averaged 17 bushels to the acre. He also threshed several acres of winter rye which went 25 bushels to the acre.—Wilmot Republican. THE RACKET STORE »5 £. M. BAT SON, Prop Sisseton, S. D. For sale—A heating stove, a range and a kitchen cabinet. In quire of W. D. Wilson. White bed spreads 89c at the Golden Rule. The campers seem to have all returned from the lakes. Get your paint at Ray's hard ware storeand save money. (52tf Misses Emma and Annie Aas ness left Tuesday for Wahpeton, N. D. One of the best houses in Sis seton for sale. See W. K. Mor ris. (6tf) 0. J. Pederson of Effington was a caller at the Standard office Tuesday. Clarence Hains of Enterprise is taking in the sights at the Minnesota state fair this week. One of the best schools we know of is the Sioux Falls Busi ness College, Sioux Falls, S. D. Send for their free catalog. Andrew Dickison, working for Paul Sievert, broke his ankle Wednesday evening in a friendly wrestling bout with a companion. Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis left Wednesday for their new home at New Richmond, Virginia. They are fine people and their friends here hope they will be happy in the sunny south. Frank Hill of Appleton, Minn., former resident of Roberts coun ty, accompanied by another gen tleman from Appleton, were here this week and purchased two carloads of feeding steers from F. W. Whipple. Buy your harvest shoes at the Winter rye for sale, H. M. Golden Rule. Schmidt, Route 4. (9-tf) Everything in fall and winter Auditor Lien brought his fam goods is now in at the Golden ily back from the lake last Satur Rule. day. New dress goods. You will find the best selections at the Golden Rule. M. Dunser and wife and Miss Hattie Rank were up from Peever last Thursday. Your choice of premiums with baking powder at E. H. Robin son's bakery. (9-tf) Miss Irene Anderberg left for Elbow Lake, Minn., last Friday to teach the coming year. The more you eat the ore you want of E. H. Robinson's doughnuts, pies, cakes, bread and buns. (9-tf) Maurice Schindler has been busy the past week putting up eave spouts and doing other tin work on several residences in the German settlement. Frank Whipple purchased from a Mr. McKinley, living north of Luffmsn, last week, a bunch of the finest Durham steers ever seen in this county. Mrs. Geo. Crosby and baby of Sisseton who have been visiting at Montevideo and Minneapolis arrived here last Saturday and will visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Porter, for two weeks before returning to their home.—Wilmot Republican. DIAMOND RIDING PLOWS The people who make this famous plow have been in the plow business since 1842, and there are 68 years of "knowing how" hammered into every one of them. It Is the only plow »ade that hat a controlling rod that ia ftbftftlvteljr set* a feature protected by patents. You don't have to handle the levers «heb Baking a lure. The rear wheel is self-castoring, and requires no attention. The foot raising and leicriag levers are the best ever devised. The frame 1s the strongest ever put OB plow. The Diamond was Introduced twelve years ago. It look the lead at the xery,. start, and has been there ever since. We are selling It because it is the best made»' It if to good that the manufacturers back it up with an u^vallflsd gmfiiiii CAMTOH PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS Thompson's Hardware All of Up-to-Date Farm Machinery Dr. Cook left yesterday for Minneapolis. Heated, furnished room to rent Mrs. Peever. 10-tf) Geo. Baxter of Wilmot was here between trains yesterday. If you have good land to trade for a good house. See H. S- or W. K. Morris. (6tf) Miss Elsie Sateren left Friday for Fargo, N. D., to resume her work of nursing. Mrs. Helvig and children re turned the last of the week from a visit with relatives in Iowa. Two of Mrs. Heivig's sisters came back with them. The price of land in Roberts county was not changed by the tax commissioners, but was left as returned by the board of coun ty commissioners. B. G. Knight and family de parted yesterday for their home in New York, after a pleasant visit here. Judge Knight ac companied them to Milbank. W. L. Palmer living near the Agency has rented the David Overberg house and will take possession about Oct. 1. Mr. Overberg will go to Norway at that time. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sweedlund, Mrs. Crockett and Miss Hay autoed out to Effington last Sun day afternoon. Rev. Leo Lake ac companied them and held serv ices in one of the school houses. James Harrington, carrier on Route No. 1, is taking a month's vacation, and Harold Larrabee is looking after the mail. Mr. Har rington went to Minneapolis Wednesday and will spend the week at the Minnesota state fair. Andrew Nordlund, living in Sisseton township, was in the city Wednesday, and reports having threshed 200 acres of wheat which turned out 18 bush els to the acre. His oats went 25 bushels. His seed oats were poor which accounts for the low yield. J. P. Croal, editor of the Sis seton Courant, accompanied by N. M. Hanson, of Pierre, deputy commissioner of schools' and public lands, were pleasant cal lers at the Tribune office, last Friday. Editor Croal plainly stated that he was on his way to Big Stone lake to take his annual bath, as he has done for many years successively, wheth er he needed it or not.—Browns Valley Tribune. Furnished rooms to rent, with or without board. Mrs. A. Wil bur. (4-tf) Found—A pair of spectacles. Owner call and pay for thW notice. Peter Stavig and family autoed over to Browns Valley and back last Sunday. Mrs. James McGee came home Saturday from a visit with rela tives at Summit Mrs. Leo Lukanitsch and chil dren are visiting in Minnesota and North Dakota. Mrs. H. D. Maseingham left Friday for Osage, Iowa, for a visit of two months. E. C. Clasen of the Record was called to Minneapolis Monday by the death of a sister. Mm Knappen and sons re turned Tuesday from their visit at various points in Minnesota. Mrs. Y. F. Dove, formerly of this city, has sent in a subscrip tion to the Standard, in order to know what is going on among her old neighbors. She is now located at Fraserton, Alta., Ca nada. Friends of Rev. Fr. Kettle? are pleased to see him back from the Aberdeen hospital. While not fully restored to health, he is much better, and expects to hold services next Sunday. C. A. Swenson returned Tues day from a three weeks' visit in Iowa. He reports a good time but found the weather unbear ably warm down there—warmer than anything he has seen here this year. Under the new law a change in ownership of automobiles must be registered with the secretary of state under a penal ty of a fine not to exceed $50. This applies to sales or transfers of motor vehicles. Section 9 of the law which deals with that phase of the matter is very ex plicit The suit brought by C. F. Porter of this city vs. the Browns Valley State Bank of Browns Valley which was tried in Federal court at Sioux Falls last June has been decided in favor of Porter. The plaintiff was ably represented by Attorneys Bab cock of Sisseton and Bouck of Milbank and the defendants by Attorneys Purcell and Divet of Wahpeton, N. v.. and P. W. Murphy of Wheaton, Minn.— Wilmot Republican.