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Bank that A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Torvick Saturday Sept. 12th. belmer Rask left Saturday for Vermillion where he will attend college. Miss Cora Robinson who is teaching in Corona, was home over Saturday. Miss Anna Hanson opened a term of school in Long Hollow, Dis.t. No. 4 last Monday. Miss Vinnett Babcock went to Minneapolis last week where she will continue her school work. "A splendid school' says the students of the Sioux Falls Busi ness College, Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Send for catalog. Carpenter tools and persona belongings of Hans Paulson, de ceased, will be sold at public auction on Saturday, September 26, in the city of Sisseton. H. M. Knight, Judge. A few of the members of J. W. Featherston's Sunday school class entertained Mr. and Mrs. Feath erston at dinner Sunday at the Thompson House. They also pre sented Baby James with a silver souvenir spoon. W. F. Carlberg is happy today al'ler waiting a month for Ford Cars. He recieved notice that eight Ford Cars were shipped on the 11th. All but one are sold and will be delivered as soon as they are unloaded. ______ Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rickert and Mi. and Mrs. Paul Rickert returned Saturday in their big car from the twin cities where they had been spending the past parents. ten days in pleasure. They were lucky in reaching home ahead of the big rains. A peculiar light was observed passing across the heavens Sun Does •mcuiM' /~\Ph^ED by the pveSf mniiiigvnivnt ^^June, 1900, we liuve been du nt the same place Our careful aitchtiuii tu lysine nur ability to take caie the mate requests of our rust'.mers ha earned for us the name Things E O E I A E First National Bank of Sisseton, S. D. *t* SISSEI0N AND VICINITY Mr. Fred Burmeister went to Appleton, Minn.. Monday on busi ness. Miss Alvina Fordahl is assist ing in the Racket store while Mr. Batson is away. Miss Isabeil Fonder of Peever began teaching school in Dry wood Lake district Monday. Mr. and Mrs Barney Canfield visited in Minneapolis and other Minnesota points last week. Miss Pearl Tuffton has resign ed her position in Dr. Cook's of fic and Alma Hendrickson has taken her olace. Teigen Bros, have repaired the break in the heating plant boiler at the court house with their pat ent weldinr device. Mrs. A. '. Wicks underwent, a successful operation in the Swedish hospital in Minneapolis the first of the week. Miss Sadie Gordon, a teacher in one of the Minneapolis Public Schools, spent Saturday with her uncle. M. F. Gordon and family. Mr, and Mrs. Gust Palman, residing eight miles northwest fo town are the proud parents of a baby girl, who arrived at their home Monday. Dr. Clark, Mr. Wells, Conduc tor Theis of Milbank, accom panied by Dr. Glasier spent day evening. It was too near' attraction. The management has the earth and went too slowly for announced that a new 1915 Ford a shooting star. The light was Touring Car will be given away not constant but came in inter-'free at the fair to be held there mittant flashes. Whether it was on Sept. 28, 29 and 30. Every a flying machine or not the ob-j person buying a ticket to the fair servers could not make out al- any day will get a number and though it could easily be follow- with it a chance to ride home in ed for fully a minute or two. this fine grand prize. The Andrew Marvick family arrived home last Saturday from a delightful automobile trip to Story City, Iowa, and return. They went to attend a family re union and the 60th anniversary of the marriage of Mr. Marvick's day i11 »L5 husj- WHi-y since, nut Mi in With age we have gained experience but a! Strength «rid Stability and are better prepared than ever to take charge of the hii-ine«.* intrusted us. and I'M 1 Local hunters have all report ed gook luck. Norma Carter is reported: quite ill. at this writing. M.ssJusie L'. :.son spent S.m-, A s.x room house for rent. Peever. quire at Barns & Wolff's Mr. Casey of Effington was in Sisseton on business Tuesday. ter ai Pi wer. 5^2.1s cities last week 3:9 spaat si-vral dt/s .i Frank Stauffer anJ Charlie Strand returned Monday from :the Minnesota fair. Mrs. J. Peterson and sm L'oyd for choleia. jspe.1t Sandiy ar the A. An j ers- home in Peever. 0!e Torvick, Mr. Nordstrom and Mr. ani Mrs.. Hiude took in the fair in the cities last week Anton Oison of Victor town ship was hereon business severs days tlvs week regarding some Indian land he is leasing in that township. Mr. Andrew Erickson wh has been very sick with plurisy was taken to the Webster hospital last week. Last report was that he was doing nicely. Indians will ride in a three mile relay race at the county fair in Browns Valley on Sept. 29, and on the 30th lady riders will compete in the same kind of a race. Mrs. Hal Knight and mother, Mrs Kam, expect to leave Orton ville today for Fergus Falls, and after a few days visit will pro ceed to Detroit where Mrs. Kam will remain during: the winter, the guest of a sister. Sunday hunting in the vicinity of for dyptheria. The thirteen year Luffman. limit. They secured the Had all been there, there would also have been just 60 present, as that number con stitutes the entire family. The Browns Valley Fair has certainly struck a fast pace for WATCH The RACKET STORE Hub Bollenbeck made a busi ness trip to the cities Monday. Dr. and Mr?. Chas. were Waubay visitors day. FOR BARGAINS. New Goods Arriving Daily. E. 0 Jackson of Bryant town- ported to be recovering very ship was here on business Wed- niceb7 nesday. Deputy Sheriff—Jailer McGee reports the county jail without a boarder at present, the first time in five years. F. B. Reymond of Vilas, S. D. is here looking after his real es tate interests. Mr. Remund owns several fine farms in this vicinity. The Iver Ellingsen family of Victor township are quarantined old son of the family is quite sick with the disease. High class vaudeville free en tertainment at the county fair in Browns Valley, Sept. 28,29 and 30. This fair is spending $1500 for free attractions this year. The schools of New Effington opened Monday, Sept. 14, with two rooms and two well prepar ed teachers. Miss Olga Ander son, who has taught for several years in Vehlen will have charge of the upper grades and Miss Vera Clabough of Fairmont will teach the lower grades. A sup ply of books amounting to almost one hundred dollars was purchas ed of the depositor of Sisseton and sent over to New Effington Wednesday. New Effington is a successful business place and the citizens are desirous of pushing their school up to the standard. En- bej Louis Lien came over from Graceviile Monday on business. J. B.Benson of Lien township was in .Ovvn Wednesday on busi ness. tne The Eistern Star have resum ed their regular meetings after a three months rest. Dr. Gross is spending a few days in the vicinity of New Eff ington his week, vacinatinghogs Mrs. McLeod and children re turned Saturday from a two weeks' visit with her mother at St- Elm i. Minn. Miss Tek-a Benson of Lien township left on Wednesday for Harlowtown, Mont., for an ex tended visit with her aunt. Mis? Mabel Sweeney who has been visiting friends here return ed to her home in Fargo Monday. Sne was accompanied by Miss Bessie Wilcox. Mar: Meyers of Minnesota township was in Sisseton on busi ness Wednesday. Mr. Meyers recently purchased a section of land near Harlowtown, Mont., and is contemplating moving there with his family next spring. Henry Helvig transacted busi ness at EJen Monday where they are establishing the Eden State Bank. Mr. Helvig is president, John Barrington vice president and Leo Lukanitsch. cashier. They expect to open for business Oct. 15th. Mrs. John Spackman and Mrs. Dan Mahoney visited with Mrs Eilistad, of Effington, W'ednes- Williams day. Wednes Miss Iva MeGee, who has been quite ill with tvphoid fever is re- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Batterton spent the greater part of the week at Diamond visiting rela tives and enjoying some hunt in e-. Lawerence Herges and a crew of carpenters are at Vehlen building a Piesb.vterian manse. They expect to have it completed this week. Hannah Rask has returned from a two weeks' visit at Minne apolis and will commence a term of school in the Yost district next Monday. Peter Matson, residing eight miles northwest of town was here on business Wednesday. The Standard acknowledges a pleasant call. Misses Phoebe Raymond, of Summit and Rena Hastman, of Corona were here Wednesday taking teachers examinations preparatory to teach. Mr. and Mrs. ston departed ri.-irt, J. W. Feather Wednesday for Fergus Falls, where they will visit relatives until Mr. Feather ston finds a new location. Mr. and Mrs. Featherston have made many staunch friends daring their residence here, who wish them happiness and prosperity wherever they may locate. and ha? Jt is to good 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 rrW plow made that has controlling rod that is absolutely auto matic, a feature protected by patents. You don't have* to handle the levers when makiog a turn, The rear wheel is self-castoring, and requires no attention. The foot raising and lowering levers are the best ever devised. The frame 1s the strongest ver $ ut on a pltw. The Diamcnd was introduced twelve years ago. It look the tx there ever since. We arc selling It that the manufacturers back it up with The war will last about three months and then starvation will bring the fighting forces to their senses. Peace must follow. The countries will then find themselves in desperate straits, with their industries paralized and their crops destroyed. It will be the duty of the United States to feed and clothe Europe. Our crops will be exported by the fleet-load and our manufact urers will be taxed to their ca pacity to meet the situation The United States did nothing to bring on this war and its re gret over the international calain I ity is profound. That, however, docs not blind us to the oppor tunities that shall be ours during the reconstruction period, 'That period will last probably! two years. The price of things in this country will go up by leaps and bounds, and labor which is itself a commodity which we ail buy will increase in cost too. This unusual pros perity will not be permanent and it behooves all Americans to remain sober and husband the wealth that will come to them. At the end of two years Europe will not have any money with which to buy abroad and it will depend on its own industries. Immigrants will come to this country in great numbers. These development will tend to "beav'! the American market but than compensate for the lean ones to follow if the people of the United States are thrifty. Sisseton Electric Laundry. Phone. 337. lead at the very bccausc Headquarters for Lei Us Have Peace AH Kinds of Up-toDate Farm Machinery It is safe to forecast two "fat" years ahead for the United States as a consequence of the Euro pean War. :c DC DC it is the best made. an unqualified CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS THOS. THOMPSON guarantee. 1 JÄ LOCAL MARKET Wheat 96c 7 3 Barley 44v Oats 57c Flax.. $i.3i Butter, lb 20o Eggs, doz l7o Will Bring Back a Bride. L. E. Vercoe, who runs a farm a few miles east of town, left last Friday on a happy mission to Brookings, and as a result of his trip he will return the last of this week accompanied by a bride whose name was MissHazel Karr. The wedding took place on Tues day of this week. The Standard welcomes all such people to Sis seton. Mrs. John Windedahl, of Carthage, who had been visit ing him for several weeks, at tended the wedding and then re turned home. Nels Johnson returned from Den mark Saturday. He has spent the past three months in that place and reports a pleasant time. News From Vehlen Advance. Geo. Lauer, Ed. and Rob Long of Sisseton passed through here Sunday enroute to Skunk Lake. Atty. Eggen and Miss Adel McDonald were visitors at the Dr. Taplin home last week Thurs day. The opening of school has been sorneyhat delayed owing to the difficulty in getting the school house ready. the two "fat1' vears will more Jackson of Sisseton were here Are you a citizen of Sisseton? If so you are proud of our good old town and want to see her grow, you want to see new in dustries come here, and you want to see those that are here expand. You must believe that those who pay taxes and spend their money in this town are worthy of your patronage, just as you are of theirs. We have a plant here that cost money to build and equip. We pay our proportion of taxes, we pay out money for wages that all goes back into circulation in this good old town of ours. In other words this LAUNDRY is a local in dustry, employing local people and deserving the support of those who want to see the town grow. To paraphrase Longfellow: "War may come and war may go But the laundering of clothes goes on forever. "5^ si*« Jesse Ray, Chas. Perkins, Mr. Akre, Dan Mahoney and Arthur the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jocob Gerardin of Texas were here last Friday to visit with the S. C. Koutz family. They left Saturday for Sisseton. Mrs. Gerardin was formerly Edith Price. Kulieck, the man who was shot at Lidgerwood by a negro on Aug. 29th, died from the ef fects of the wound on Thursday evening. He identified the man who shot him however and he ia awaiting trial in Wahpeton jail. Geo. LaBelle was severely cut and bruised in a row at Luffman Saturday night. He suffered a fracture of the skull and sustain ed several cuts of a dangerous character about the neck and body. He is at present gaining and will, unless complication set in, recover. When editor Featherston leaves Sisseton, that city loses one of her beat citizens. Mr. Featherston has always gotten out a fine paper and has stood for the best interests of the town at all times. Wie wish him sue? cess wherever he may go.