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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, June 26, 1914, Image 5

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SISSETON AND VICINITY
Niss Edith Bailly has gone to
Sioux Falls business college.
A Sebion of Waubay spent sev
eral days in this city during the
week.
of Sisseton, S. D.
Harvey Crosby was up from
Milbank to visit old friends over
Suhday.
Yoo will always find- the Old
Reliable Eye Specialist, at the
Red Cross Drug Store- (51 tf)
J. A. Rickert and H. S. Morris
were at Milbank Monday after
noon to look after some business
matters.
Frank W. Farrington, editor
of the Record August Jenson
the wheat buyer, and Mr. Casey
were down from New Effington
Friday on business.
Miss Edna Lenhouts and her
brother Harry are here from
Deer Lodge, Mont., and are the
guests at the home of their uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Tur
ner.
H. L. Stavig autoed to Rosholt
Friday with his niece, Mrs.
Swenstad of North Dakota and
Mrs. Clara Martinson of Herreid,
who there took the train for their
respective homes, after a pleas
ent visit here.
BAKING POWDER
ABSOLUTELY PURE
Insures the most
Things
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
Our careful attention to business, and
our ability to take care of the legiti
mate requests of our customers have
earned for us the name of
E O E I A E
First Rational Bank
Miss Mabel Swenumson is vis
iting relatives at Kidder.
Jim. Laughlin is erecting a
new dwelling on his farm,
miles west of town.
:our
The Buffalo Lake International
Sunday school will hold a picnic
on the shores of Buffalo Lake,
on June 30th.
Chas. Lemor, one of the "forty
niners" of Sisseton, now located
at Aberdeen, was visiting with
old friends here this week.
C. L. Preston, the well known
plumber, and Mrs. Christine
Schloe were married Monday
evening at the home of Mr. Pres
ton's daughter, Mrs. John Wil
kins, Judge Knight officiating in
his most affable manner.
A. 0. Bjelland of Portland,
Ore., visited here a few days the
first of the week at the home of
hiscousin, Mrs. Andrew Marvick.
Mr. Bjelland is a wholesale and
retail grocer and is also interest
ed in other business enterprises.
He was on his way east and may
go on to Norway before return
ing home.
ROYAL
delicious and healthful food
By the use of Royal Baking Powder a
great many more articles of food may be
readily made at home, all healthful, de
licious, and economical, adding much
variety and attractiveness to the menu.
The" Royal Baker and Pastry Cook,"
containing five hundred practical
receipts for all kinds of baking
and cookery, free. Address Royal
Baking Powder Co., New York.
In a game marred by con
siderable rag-chewing by both
teams over the decisions of the
umpire, the Bristol team defeatec
the fast organization of Summit
by a score of 6 to 4. The man
who umpired seemed to make
most of his decisions in favor of
the Bristol team, much to the
dissatisfaction of the Summit
boys.—Aberdeen American.
The stork left a nine pound
boy at the home of Will Sweti
lund Wednesday night.
Miss Bertha Renner, well
known in this city, was married
Tuesday to Edward Huttel at
Butt, Mont.
John McCoy has been enter
taining his father and mother,
married sister and her husband
rrom
us.
Chicago this week.
Dr. F. J. Maw, Eye Specialist
of Milbank, S. D., will be at the
iotel Commercial on July 2nd.
)r. Maw comes well recommend
by the best citizens of Milbank
Adv.
Announcements have been re
ceived of the marriage of Miss
Maybelle Pierson and C. A.
Kemp on June 6th at Cuba, Kan
sas, and this ends the pretty little
romance begun here more then
year ago, when Mr. Kemp
came here as a singer with an
evanglist and Miss Pierson was
teaching in the high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Kemp will reside
at Winona, Kansas.
The Aberdeen Union Coopera
tive store went into the hands of
a trustee yesterday, W. F. Gratz
of the credit department of the
Northwestern Credit bureau, ar
riving in the city yesterday morn
ing to take charge of the store
for the benefit of its creditors.
This is the second co-operative
store in this state to fall in line
with many others of the same
nature, the Mobridge co-opera
tive store being in the hands of
a receiver at this time—Aber
deen American.
Garden Hoes
Spading Forks
Stable Forks
Straw Hats
E. M. Batson, Prop.
J. P. Croal and wife spent
Sunday with relatives at Milbank.
Cash for live foxes.
Stock farm, Cogswell,
(50-1)
Envilla
N. D.
Dana Babcock and Wyllys
Morris who have been attending
college at Lake Forest, 111., and
Beloit, Wis., respectively, arrived
home Saturday night for the
summer vacation.
Miss Hazel Spackman arrived
home Tuesday night from Mil
waukee where she was attending
school. She stopped off a few
days at Rochester, Minn., to see
her father on her way home.
Removal Notice.
The Anticeptic barber shop
has moved into its new quarters
next to the New Grand, where
I will be pleased to see my old
customers and many new ones.
(52 2) E. W. Erickson, Propr.
Wall Paper.
sell wall paper from samples,
with a discount of 50 per cent
from list price. I also do paint
ing and paper hanging. Have
had seven yerrs' experience and
guarantee my work to be the
best. Phone to J. A. Ray, City.
(-tf.)
Notice
The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Farmers
Elevator Co. of Hammer Siding,
S. D., will be held the last Wed
nesday in June,the 24th, at 9 a.
at the elevator of the Company,
at Hammer Siding. S.D.
(50-1) H. M. Fellbaum, Sec.
cutlery. The
mechanics.
John Ejtala and wife have re
turned from a visit with relatives
in Stearns county. Minn.
Buy your Fourth of July Goods
now, at the Red Cross Drug
Store. (51tf
Bobby White paid $7.00 in the
Municipal court Tuesday for get
ting in a mix-up with fire water
and Smiley Spongi.
The Fourth of July Fire works,
now on display at the Red Cross
Drug Store, are recognized by
every one as the best in value,
quality, and assortment. (5ltf)
THE RACKET STORE 1
No. 2 Brooms
Garden Rakes
25c
20c
20c
50c
50c
10c
The RACKET STORE
Sissetoi, S. D.
Henry Schindler has gone to
Canada on business.
Miss Mary Renner received
the information Wednesday that
her brother Frank of Comfrey,
Minn., had had the misfortune to
break one of his legs.
Miss Margaret, daughter of
Judge Bouck, and her friend Miss
Beatrice Wilson were up from
Milbank Monday to see the sights.
Mrs. Bouck came up Wednesday.
Taken up— Saturday, May 30
a bay mare colt, with star on
face, came to my place on sec
tion 2. Grant township. Owner
please prove property and take
away. Paul Steen. (5o tf)
The boosters went out Friday
to advertise the Chautauqua,
Cars were driven by the follow
I ing: Andrew Marvick. W. F.
Carlberg Andrew Stavig, Frank
McKenna, Peter Stavig, Carston
Eggen and Frank Stauffer. All
bore attractive signs, members
of the band in their new uni
forms, and a few plain citizens.
The first stop was at Claire City
where the band discoursed two
selections and the Hanson quar
tet gave a couple of songs. On
they went to New Effington.
Out four miles they took dinner
at a picnic. They passed through
Victor and stopped for a while at
an auction sale. Left advertising
matter and gave their usual
musical stunts. Played at Ros
holt where they were served
with lemonade swung over to
Browns Valley and then home.
The day was pleasant and all had
a good time.
a
"Keen
A Handy Tool for Any
Our Hardware Lines Are Not 5
Forgotten Because We are Busy
Machinery. The different lines in our Hardware
are mure complete arid in n- up-to-date thin they have ever been.
This time we wish to
Quality of the Keen Cutter Goods Absolutely Guaranteed
THOMAS THOMPSON
Sisseton, S. D.
your attention to our great line of tools and
Cutter" line, a line suited for fanners as well as
Estrayed from the Goodwill
Mission one brown horse about
7 or 8 years old, weight about
1100, heavy set, with foretop
trimmed one black horse 4 years
old, weight about 1000 pounds,
Judge Batter ton was at Aber- LOCAL MARKET
deen last week on legal business-, Wheat 74c
sKye 47c
has mane trimmed off short.
Please notify Hazen Broker or
W. D. Wilson if same are recover
ed.
A. O. Tostenson's father,! ^rley )6c
Ellington Tostensin, and sister, 29c
Mrs. Kaupanp, arrived Friday I ^ax $1.39
for a visit at his home. Butter, lb 17c
Mrs. G. T. Gunderson, living
two miles northeast, was sud
denly taken sick on the ball
ground Wednesday while watch
ing the game. She was taken to
the home of her daughter. Mrs.
James Stapleton, Jr., and it has
since been learned that an oper
ation for gall stones will probably
be necessary.
The Commercial club will hold
a meeting next Monday evening
at 8 o'clock at the Club rooms for
the purpose of conferring with
Edward K. Mather, a consulting
engineer of Aberdeen, in regard
to the cost of a sewer system for
this city. All property owners
are invited to be present.
Forebears of Cut Worms.
Pieire Capital-Journal: The
thousands of millers that are in
evidence in this state this year
it is said will produce cut worms
next year. That being the case
the prospect of crop destruction
is certainly ominous. One of
our eitizens suggests that a good
way to destroy them would be to
use a gasoline torch at night.
The millers would undoubtedly
fall in the fire and thus cause
their own destrution.
Bids Wanted.
Lowrie's
grade to
To fill in bridge by
in Goodwill township,
be 20 feet wide on top with 8 inch
raise in middle with 6 in. dirt on
top of bridge. Ten per cent
check to accompany bid of
amount. Bids to be opened July
11 at 1 o'clock in the afternoon
at the town clerks office, lowest
bid accepted.
Oscar Hßlgemo, clerk.
Rute 4, Sisseton, S. D.
Farmers Attention.
We handle the South Dakota
prison twine. Get in your order
early. We can save your money
on twine, Call at Elev. No. 8.
The twine has given good satis
faction the last three years.
(1-3)
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
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Sellirig
The Be=t Saw Ever Made
A Hatchet Good Enough
for George Washington
Eggs, doz 16c
The Thompson House
I Is now equipped with a dining
room for the accommodation of
the public in general as well as
for its patrons of the rooms.
This makes the house a full fledg
ed hotel, with 22 single and 2
double sleeping rooms and a
public office. It is 'equipped
with all modern conveniences,
such as electric lights, steam
heat, baths and toilets. The
house is being run on the Euro
pean plan, and rooms may be
had separate from meals.
Being situated on the second
floor of a solid brick building
the rooms are cool in summer
and warm in winter, and not
subject to extreme changes of
out door weather, besides being
more safe from fire than would a
wooden structure.
We solicit the patronage of the
public, both from the town and
the country. The rates are
reasonable, and satisfaction is
guaranteed.
Yours truly,
MAKY RENNER, Manager.
Sisseton, S. D.
Plainly Seen
and clearly too, that there
is a great difference in fit
ting and adjusting glasses.
When you need the service
of an optician,you want the
best. Come to me at any
time to have your eyes ex
amined and fitted with
glasses that will protect
their usefulness. I have a
large stock of spectacles,
eye glasses, frames and
cases, and every facility
for testing the sight and
proper fitting of glasses.
Examinations are free and
the price of glasses are
reasonable.
M. E.CROCKETT
Eye Specialist*
AT THE
Red Cross Drag Store
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