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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, October 10, 1913, Image 2

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E. E. Berg of Lien township
was in the city Tuesday.
P. C. Johnson of Wist made a
business visit to Sisseton Mon
Deputy Sheriff McGee was at
Ortley Monday on official busi
baby girl was born Friday
morning to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Joseph Ozowski's house which
was originally the old Pickerel
Lake house, was destroyed by
$re last week.
L. W. Houde and wife were
up.from Milbank and spent Sun
day with his parents. Mr Houde
has given up his job of firing, for
a position in the News office.
Takenup—Gray gelding, about
10 or 12 years old. Weight about
1100. Owner can have same by
proving property and paying
charges. August Lindquist, One
Road township. P. O. address,
R. 5, Sisseton. (16*18)
Howard Tenney, Mrs. Feather
ston's brother, who has been
visiting here the past week, lost
his mail car paraphernalia, some
clothing, etc., when the Union
station in St. Paul was destroyed
by fire last Friday night.
Bev. Harkness will be here Sat
urday evening to hold the first
quarterly conference in the M. E.
church, and will preach on Sun*
4*y moraii«^ He will conduct
Services at Peever in the after»
dpon And at Corona in the eve-
Did You Ever See
Prettier Coats for
You can buy thee prt'fty coats
$1.48, 2.48, 3.95, to 6.95
Children's Fleeced
union suits any size- to
12 years. Only
Children's lira vv fleeced union suits, white
or ti'i ay, ayes 2 to I1 years. Only OUC
Fashionable Fall Dresses
In silk and wool are shown in handsome styles, made of
the newest fabrics including charmeuse, messalines, serges in
storm and French, in all colors at
$3.95 to 29.00
to 25.00
Rugs and Draperies
l)o not forget when you want a carpet or rug for your
lioine that you will find just what you want at prices less than
elsewhere. Room size rugs at
Heated, furnished room to rent
Mrs. Peever. (10-tf)
Mrs. Howard Babcock left last
Friday for Osage, Iowa, to visit
her father.
Three prizes given away every
Saturday night at the Country
store at the Star theatre. Don't
miss it.
A daughter was born Saturday
night to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Nelson, at the home of Olaf
Bring in your overcoat and
have it cleaned and pressed, you
will save money and always
look better. Thelin.s Tailor Shop.
Mrs. Rask came home Satur
day from Minneaoolis, leaving
her son William resting com
fortably in the hospital, where
he will remain for a week or
The Methodist conference last
week returned Rev. R. C. Shear
er to this city for another year.
This is good news to the church
members and to the people of
this oity in general, are both Mr.
and Mrs. Scherer are held in
the highest regard.
Prepare for the cold weather
by getting one of the most eco
nomical coal stoves ever invent
ed, at Ray's. It is the famous
Clearmont stove. Let him show
you how it works, and you will
soon save the price of the stove.
Retv. J. W. Christiansen, wife
and son returned Tuesday from
the synod meeting at Groton, at
which Mr. Christiansen presided.
They had a splendid time and
Mr. Christiansen pronounces it
one of the most successful meet
ings of the kind he ever attend
Head mailr —in •. 2
Underwear to be Found in Sisseton and at Prices Less then Elsewhere.
R. C. Rhode Island reds cockerels
and pullets. Inquire of S. I.
Dilley, Waubay. S. D. (2t
H. D. Massingham returned
Monday evening from Red field
where he had been attending M.
E. conference.
Judge McNuIty was here Fri
day and Saturday to hear a few
court cases, a divorce case or
two being among them.
Mrs. Taplin returned home
Monday from her North Dakota
visit and the doctor is correspond
ingly happy. Mrs. Taplin has
been away since the early part
of July.
Dr. F. J. Maw, Eye Specialist
of Milbank, S. D., will be at the
Hotel Commercial on Nov. 2nd.
Dr. Maw comes well recommend
ed by the best citizens of Mil-
bank. Adv. 'A
Don't Fail to Register.
You must register with the
village or township clerk before
November first to vote at the
next primary election. All who
favor the taxation of only real
estates and incomes and the ex
emption ok all improvements and
personal property, and who favor
the abolition of the spoils system
in politics, and who desire to
support Mr.»Richards for Gover
nor on this platform, are especi
ally urged to enroll as Repub
licans at once.
A vote for Mr. Richards is a
vote for practical results in the
interest of everybody.
(Adv. 15-18).
liest 12$ cent Hamn:lett. Special per yard.... 10c
Outi'iir Fi.-miieU v:-!1-1 5c
We Have the Largest Assortment of Ladies'Coats, Suits,
Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Dress Goods, Silks, Furs, Hosiery, Shoes and
The Standard for News.
brings results.
1v\ nie, only 39c
Ladies' union suit-, extra special only 50c
Hahy crih Wiankets, each .... 1ÖC
Shoes for Men, Shoes for Women, Shoes for Boys Shoes for Girls. You will find anything
you want in sln-es here at, the right prices. Men's shoes at $195 to 5.00- Women's shoes at 1.48 to 4 50. Boys' shoes at 1
25 to 2.50. Girls' shoes at
1.25 to 295, Baby moccasins per pair IOC- Soft sole shoes 25 to SOe.
in the Standard
Howard Babcock went to Sioux
Falls Monday to look after some
legal business.
Newspaper Free
To all new subscribers of the
Standard who pay one year in
advance within the next month,
or to all present subscribers
who pay what they now owe and
one year in advance, we will
send the Farm, Stock and Home
one year free. This is the best
farm paper published, so far as
we know, and contains a large
amount of good reading for all.
J. W. Featherston,
Publisher, Standard.
Williams and Gross Veteri
nary Surgeons.
We wish to announce that we
have decided to locate in this
city for the practice of veterinary
medicine and surgery. Our of
fice will be in the Cohan build
ing where we can be found after
October 6th. Call at office or
phone Red Cross drug store
Chas. Williams, D. V. S.
Herman Gross, D. V. M.
Four strictly big type Poland
China boars, farrowed April 15,
1913. Sired by Big Jones, who
is a grand son of the 1100 lb. Big
Jumbo, and Mollie D, dam of like
breeding and of great brood sow
fame. The best big type Poland
China boars in the U. S-. Im
munized from cholera by feeding
Salt Vet. Address or see N.
Wilcox, Sisseton, S. D. (15-19)
I Misplaced Phrases:
An exchange has made this
collection of news items of
ancient, medieval and modern
construction that do not read
exactly as they were intended to
do because of misplaced phrases:
Isaac Trimmer was playing
with a cat Friday when it
scratched him on the veranda.
Mr. Jones of Lost Creek let a
can opener .slip last week and cut
himself in the pantry.
Buys this Pretty Ladies'
In astrakhan cloth in blues,
brown and taupe. All lined
throughout with good quality
sargen only
Royal Worcester Corsets
Don't e.ivey the figure of the lady you so much admire
1 ust get those beautiful "lines" in your own figure, dimply a
matter of the Proper Corset. All perfect feminine figures re
sult from scientific corseting, from wearing corsets that are
hygienic., stylish and perfect fitting, such are the renowned.
Royal Vi orcester and Ronton corsets at
Front Lace at
8 LOO 1.50 2.00 to 3.00
82.00 83.50 to 85.
John Smith climbed onto the
roof of his house last week look
ing for a leak and fell, striking
himself on the back porch.
While Harold Green was es
corting Miss Violet Wise home
from the church social last night
they were attacked by a savage
dog, which bit Mr. Green on the
public square.
Mr. Skogan finished up thresh
ing around here last week and
started for home where he ex
pects to do some more thresh
P. E. Larson and son Peter,
were Sisseton callers last Fri
Miss Ella Satre who is teach
in district No. 2 spent Sunday at
Louis P. Larson left last Thurs
day for Minneapolis where he is
going to attend the State Agri
culture school.
John Heglie made a flying trip
with his Indian last Thursday.
Henry Larson left for Minne
apolis last Thursday where he
will attend the National Business
College, -Vi,
Miss Annie Murray of St. Paul
is making a two weeks' visit at
at Currans.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Olson a baby girl.
Ivar Olson and Henry Krog
stad returned last Saturday from
Lake Traverse with a nice bunch
Of fish.
P. Peterson's separator and
Mr. White, while harnessing a
broncho last Saturday, was kick- Miss Loe took in the temperance
meeting at Satre's last Sunday.
ed just south of the corncrib.
A mischievous lad of Mather
ton threw a rock at a companion
and struck him in the alley, last laid to about three
Tuesday. Claire City.
Ivar Olson, Miss Larson and
The Fairmount and Vehlen
railroad have the rails and ties
miles from
Wedding in Enterprise.
The home of Mrs. Storebraa
ten in Enterprise was the scene
of a pretty wedding Thursday,
Sept. 25, when, at 4 o'clock in
the afternoon in the presence of
the immediate relatives and a
few friends, her daughter Ida
was married to Martin Seal, A.
L. Week of Minneapolis, an
uncle of the bride, officiating.
Mr. Seal is one of our most
prominent young men and a
thrifty and successful farmer.
The bride is one of Roberts
county's successful teachers.
Their many friends join in offer
ing congratulations. Mr. and
Mrs. Seal are now pleasantly sit
uated on the Ezra Pugh farm, the
groom having rented that place.
Several buildings have been
moved from Effington to New
Effington and a number more
will move soon.
Miss May Raphel has been on
the sick list the past week.
Ezra Pugh has rented his
farm to Martin Seal and moved
with his family to Sisseton.
Paul Trolstad autoed to Sisse
ton with his mother and sister
Mrs. Veeder and daughter
Ruth of Minneapolis are visiting
friends here. Mrs. Veeder is al
so looking after her farming in
O. G, Ellistad and A. G. Beito
shipped hogs from New Effing
ton last week.
Mrs. Coffaa has been enter-%»a*vv»e
ovyntnvUi til til e*ww mvvu
three grain stacks belonging to taining her father who has been
H. Oien burned up last Wednes- here from Minnesota and re
turned home last Friday.
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