Bank that Does
/"XPKNEI.) by the present management in
^yx'June, 1900, we have been doing busi
^^ness at the same place every since.
SISSETON AND VICINITY
With age we have gained not only in
experience but also
Strength and Stability
and are better prepared than ever to
take charge of the business intrusted us.
.Our careful attention to business, and
our ability to take care of the legiti
mate requests of our customers have
arned for us the name of
Axel Holgerson went to Aber
deen Saturday to visit his sister.
Dr. Scheffler removed Earl
Eck's adenoids for him on Mon
the sick list the
Rev. A. Akerlund, a Swedish
Mission preacher, held services
in the Methodist church a couple
of evenings during the week.
0. S. Opheim was home from
campaigning over Sunday and
Monday and started out for the
closing week of the campaign.
First Impressions Count
And as your clothes are the
carrying medium of your per
sonality, they should be more
than a covering. If you want to
carry a convincing suggestion of
respect, come in and see our new
spring showing we will take
good care of your desires.
Golden Rule Clothing Co.,
Sisseton, S. D.
E O E I A E
First National Bank
of Sisseton, S. D.
Ole Elleson and wife are re
joicing over the arrival of
baby girl at their place.
Dr. Scheffler was in Chicago!
last week on business. While
there he arranged to return in
April to take a course in post
has graduate work.
Makes Better Food
I Miss Violet Miller and Robert1
E. Pickert of Browns Valley
were married in this city Mon
day, Justice Prindiville perform
ing the ceremony.
Mrs. Johfi- Hieks is quite
with typhoid pneumonii.
Martin Johnson spent Sunday
I with relatives in the countrv.
Wall paper from 8c up
double roll at Stavig Bros.
Now is the time to have your
spring clothes dry cleaned do it
now and see how nice they will
be when done right. Thelin,
Dr. P. Maw. Eye Specialist
of Milbank. S. v.. will be at the
Hotel Commercial on Apr. 2nd.
Dr. Maw comes well recommend
ed by the best citizens of Mil
Alfred Wilson and Miss Vedi
ivig of route 5 »ere married
Saturday forenoon at 11 o'clock
by Rev. Rudie. After the cere
mony a weeding dinner was
served at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Thore Carlson.
A marriage license was grant
ed Tuesday to Lars Ohristenson
and Miss Christine Madsonofj
Gov. Byrne arrived here Mon
day and was piloted around the
northern end of the county by
Senator Marvick. The governor
made a short address to the
pupils of the various rooms of the
city school Tuesday forenoon.
Miss Meta Lepler is once more
on duty at the Stavig store. She
mother at the time of her opera
tion and then accompanied her
home to Claire City for a visit.
Mrs. Lepler is recovering nicely
from her operation.
Wanted—Two or three gal- Study the sample ballot on
vanized water tanks without another page, and you will soon
cover, holding from 500 to 1000 get onto voting with the Richards
gallons of water. Anyone hav- ballot.
ing same for sale apply to Sisse
ton Electric Laundry- The doings of the ladies of the
"Its time you owned a watch." port next week. Time
Don't buy a watch before talking
with me. I have the largest
complete stock of watches in
Roberts county. A good watch
will pay for itself in time saved
in a few months. It will always
get you there on time.
A. O. Tostenson,
The" Quality Jeweler.
Rubbers and shoes of the be.
grades at Stavig. Bros.
The season's smartest models
at Mrs. Olson's Millinery Parlor.
All are invited. (39)
I Eastern Star will be given a re-
short to do it justice this
J. Hay arrived from Algona,
Iowa, Wednesday for a visit with
his sister. Dr. Hay.
Paint and pure linseed oil is
cheap at Stavigs so why let your
buildings! uin for want of paint?
John Syveraon of Amos Junct.,
Wis., has been visiting at the
home of Amund Jacobson of En
Lars C. Larson, Peter Niels in
and Soren Christiansen were up
from Wilmot Saturday to begin
the process of taking out their
naturalization papers in the clerk
of court's off ice.
Ladiet' coats, skirts and suits,
in fact any wearing apparel can
be dyed or dry cleaned to look
new again. Give me a trial, I
gaurantee to please. Thelin, the
News is received this morning
of the sudden death last night of
Hans Ruste, of Grant township,
Roberts county. He was assist
ing in butchering hogs yesterday
afternoon when he was taken
in Minneapolis with her suddenly ill and died in a short
And All Kinds of
On Hand at
The RACKET STORE
E. M. Batson, Prop. SisseLon, S. D.
Register of Deeds Swenumson
received notice a few days ago
that a son had arrived at the
home of his daughter, Mrs.
Henry Rockwell, at Kidder, on
Howard and Charley Larrabee
returned Wednesday from a
prospecting trip through north
ern Minnesota and Canada. They
enjoyed their trip but did not
find any opening to suit them.
The Red Cross drug store
just received a large supply of
Formaldehyde and farmers will
I find this a superior article for
I treating their seed grain. Cir
jculars and booklets explaining
its use given free. (39-40)
Comae Silver Cream has no
equal for cleaning silver, gold,
brass, nickel mirrors, statuary,
marble, plate and cut glass, con
tains no -poisonous, injurious in
gredients of any description.
A. 0. Tostenson.
The Quality Jeweler.
Considerable work has been ex
pended the past winter in putting
the government light, posts on
Lake Traverse in shape to with
stand rough weather. Rocks have
been filled in about the posts in
great quantities, but in some in
stances the work had to be aban
doned as the rocks sank away as
fast as put into the lake.—
Browns Valley Tribune.
time. Deceased has been a res
ident of this section since the
opening of the reservation and
was a highly respected citizen.—
Drowns Valley Tribune.
Jesse Lock wood is recovering
from an attack of grip.
Al Wickard's father died las
week at his home at Lead.
Andrew Marvick and Henry
Helvig retuned the last of the
week from their eastern trip.
Millinery opening March 27
and 28. Exclusive milinery in
the latest spring styles. Bertha
Time to look up the wall paper
you expect to put on those rooms
this spring. The best line at
Stavig's Hardware Department.
Mrs. P. H. Brown and Mrs.
Knappen entertained the Ladies'
Aid of the Presbyterian church
at the Brown home Wednesday
has I afternoon. There was a nice
crowd out to supper.
Joseph Sevenbrother, a well
known Indian who resided in' Eas
ter township, Roberts county,
died on Monday, of quick con
sumption. Joe was a descendent
of the famous Sevenbrother
band, or family, his father being
Wakandaduta (Limping Spirit),
who was a most notorious charac
ter, and one of the Sioux lead
ers, up to the time of his death,
a few years ago.—Browns Valley
North Dakota No. 52 Wilt Re
sistant Flax Seed. I have a
quantity of this flax that is not
sold. This flax is, grown on old
land and has done very well with
us. Some claim it can be seeded
three times on same land with
good result. Find sample and
prices at First National bank, at
Stavig Bros 'or Fred Schacher,
Sisseton, S. D., R. 3. Phone, 4
lung on line 13. (35-40p)
you will permit us
to set up a Die Laval
for you on your own
place and have you
give it a fair trial.
Dr. Williams made a profes
sion1! visit to Webster the first
of the week.
ARE TIME TESTED
Every little while yon hear of .sopae brand new cream
separator, claiming to be a "world beater** and just as good
as the Dee Laval but a little cheaper. These "mushroom"
machines stay in the limelight only until they are "found want
ing" by the the users and in a short time drop out of sight.
It takes years of experience to build a "good" cream
separator. More than 30 years of experiments and experience
have made the De Laval pre-eminently the best machine on
the market for the separation of cream from milk.
If you buy a De Laval you runno risk
of dissatisfaction or loss. It's time tested
and time proven. Why experiment Why
take chances with an inferior machine when
te that the De Laval is the
chine Jbr you to buy.
If you are thinking about
buying a separator we will
consider it a favor
Miller & Jensen bought a fine
bunch of cattle of Frank Stadler
of Grant township, which netted
the owner over §1000.
Mrs. McKeever returned last
week from her land seeking trip
to Montana. She says that land
out there is fast being taken up.
The host one day alarm clock,
Big Ben. Price 2.50. (39-40)
A- O. Tostenson,
Howard ltabcock is trying sev
eral cases in circnt court at
Webster this week.
Pete Nederberg went to Min
neapolis Tuesday to attend a con
ven tion of eleeticians.
The Quality Jeweler.
The farms in this county are
well dried out and as soon as it
warms up again, the work of
harrowing and seeding will be
The local W. R. will hold
regular meeting on February 2P,
1914. Members are requested
to come early. Books will be
audited' after meeting and re
freshments will be served.
By order of President.
To be on the SsfeSide
You should select an advance
suit made on advanced lines.
They are good clothes and stand
in a class by themself.
Golden Rule Clothing Co.
In Golden Rule Store.
Sisseton, S. D.
LOCAL MA If KT
Several items in the grocery
line is reduced in price at Stavig
Ladies $nd Misses tailored and
trimmed hats. Entire spring
line ready for inspection at Mrs.
Take notice—Any one having
any day or week old calves for
sale, let me know. Will pay
good price for them. Fred
Schacher, Sisseton, S. D., R. 3.
Phone, 4 long on line 13. (35-46p)
School activities are quite
common in the rural districts,
the basket social seeming to take
precedence over other forms of
pleasure. A very pleasant affair
of this kind was held a few eve
nings ago in Grant district No. 2.
where Miss Annette Dahl is
teacher. A similar affair in En
terprise district No. 3, resulted
in clearing'$55.50. Miss Marga
ret Thoreon is teacher there.
leisNot an Outward Thing
..That canapplied to clothes
like varnish to wood work it is
a part of the clothes themselves,
it must be in them or it can not
show through. Advanced clothes
have these qualities.
Golden Rule Clothing Co.
In Golden Rule Store.
Sisseton, S- D.
They buy it for 'what it does.
That's why the Ford is ser
vant of thousands. It 'holds
the world's record for all
'round dependability. And
it's the lightest—the strongest
—the most economical' car on
Five hundred dollars is the price of the
Ford runabout the touring car is five fifiy
the town carse%'en llfty-f. o. b. Detroit, com
plete with equipment. Get catalog and par
W. F. Carlberg, Agent.
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