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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, December 04, 1914, Image 5

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The First National Bank
The First Trust & Savings Co.
with a combined Capital
and Surplus of
is by long odds
The Strongest
banking institution in Sisseton and
offers to its depositors the largest
margin of security?
J. A. Rickert, President. Henry S- Morris, Vice Pres.
S. K. 01
berg, Cashier. John Butala, Asst. Cashier.
Ole Chilson was a husines call
er here Tuesday.
Ferne Bollenbeck made a busi
ness trip to Minneapolis Monday.
Will Swanson and family spent
Thanksgiving with Wilniot re
Switches made to order from
combings by Adelaide La Valley of
Emmons, Minn.
The Fagcrland family spent
Thanksgiving at the Ole Chilson
home near Peever.
Mr. and Mrs. Richards of Brit
ton visited Miss Typhenia Lewis
of this city, Sunday.
W. J. Thomas returned from
Minneapolis, Monday, where he
has been on business.
The Misses Simmons, Detert,
and Burns spent Thanksgiving
with Miss Matteson at her home
in Summit.
Miss Susan Hanson of Apple
ton was the guest of her sister,
Mrs. W. L. Johnson from Wednes
day until Monday.
K. A. Minder anh family of Mil
bank and George Minder of Wil
ot spent Thanksgiving with Sher
iff Minder and family of this city.
Miss Freda Hägen left Monday
for St. Luke's Hospital at Abedeen
where she will study for a trained
nurse. We wish her success in her
The Andrew Krickson family
autoed to Beardsley Monday to
attend the funeral of Mr. Erick
son's nephew, the twelve year old
son of Ed Krickson of that place.
House for rent. Apply at Sis
seton Laundry.
Miss Zimbeck went to her home
in Montevideo Wednesday.
Ribbons and Fancy Feathers at
half price at Miss Lehman's. 24 5
Miss Carrie Carrie Risdahl spent
Thanksgiving at her home near
George Mack, one of New Eft
nigton"s Boosters was in Sisseton
Miss Laura Rask entertained
the Young Lad-es Sewing Club at
her home Krida night.
Lr.urin Reveland and Ole and W.
'Nelson made a trip to Sisseton
Monday in the formers new Ford.
Adolph Krogness and Arthur
Okerlund spent Thanksgiving at
the latter's home in Lien town
I Miss Amy McDonald came up
from Milbank Wednesday night
for a few days visit with her par
Get mother a W-W-W Mother's
Ring for Christmas. It will make
her happy. For sale at the Red
Cross Jewelry Store. 24-27)
Mr. Robinson left here for Mar
shall, Minn., Friday night to look
after some business interests, and
from there he will return to his
home in Yeblen.
Members of the M. E. church
and their friends are invited to at
tend a social at the church parlor
Friday evening Dec, 12th. There
will be no charges, but those who
wish may leave a free will offering.
Come and bring your friends.
Dr. F. J. Maw, Eye Specialist
of Milbank, S. D., will be at the
Hotel Commercial on Jan. 4th
Dr. Maw comes well recommend
ed by the best citizens of Mil
We Are Headquarters
for Santa Claus
Not with-standing the war—and
carry the largest assortment in
Roberts County.
E. M. Batson, Prop. SISSETON, S. D.
Eye Specialist office in Swed
ln nd Bldg.
Hats at half price at Mrs. M.
All hats at half price at. Miss
Lehman's. 24-25
A beautiful new line of veils at
Mrs. Olson's.
Wedding flowers and wreaths
at Mrs. Olson's.
The J. F. Class family Sundayed
with Claire City friends.
Dr. Scheffler and family return
ed from Omaha Saturday night.
Mrs. A. A. Peterson is able to
be out again after her long illness.
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Stevens
spent Thursday with Yeblen
Mrs. C. II. Babcoek returned
from a few day's visit in the cities
Saturday night.
Mrs. Lindquist of Diamond was
in Sisseton Tuesday visiting re
latives and friends.
Miss Rosie Carlson came home
from Browns Valley where she has
been employed, Wednesday.
L. J. Wallstrom and Ole Berg-'
quist of Lien township wei busi-1
ness visitors in Sisseton Monday. I
Miss Cora Robinson came up
from her school in Corona Wed
nesday to spend Thanksgiving
with her folks.
The Gift above all others is a
W-W-W Guaranteed Set Ring.
For Sale at che Red Cross Jewelry
Store. (24-27
Frank Knappen had the misfor
tune to slip and fall on the side
walk Saturday night and dislocate
two bones in his wrist.
Leave your order with us early
for Chrismas pho'os so you will be
sure to get them on time.
(22tf) The Howe, Studio.
The best inheritance of your bo\
and girls is a good business edu
cation. Send them to the Sioux
Falls Business College, Sioux Falls,
So. Dak.
Dr. Morton and Miss Bessie
Arneson brought the Misses Mun
son and Forth yn back to school
Sunday. The girls were out to
New Effington to spend Thanks
giving with their folks.
Librarian Wanted
We would like written applica
tions on or before Dec. 15, of all
those wanting the position of
Librarian in the Public Library.
State qualifications.
The Library Board
The girls O. S A. club entertain
ed their boy friends on Friday
Nov. 27th, at the home of Miss
Mabel Chilson, nine miles south of
Sisseton. The party left town
about 2:3n Friday efternoon and
I arrived at the Chilson home about
3:15. The afternoon was spent in
taking pictures etc. At six oclock
the boys were ushered into the
dining room where a table was
set for eighteen, and a genuine
Thanksgiving dinner was served.
A good time was reported by all.
The Ford Motor Company has
not only joined in the popular
movement in the north to relieve
southern industrial and fianancial
conditions by buying southern
cotton but it has given that move
ment a tremendous impetus in a
very substantial way. The Ford
Motor Company has just subscrib
ed for $100,000 worth of cotton, or
the equivalent of more than 2000
bales and it makes.the ford one of
the three largest subscribers to the
fund. For sale by The Carlberg
Card of Thanks.
We wish to extend our thanks
to our many friends and neigh• I
bors for the kindness and sym
pathy shown us during the ill
ness and death of our beloved
husband and father- We also
deeply appreciated the beauti-'
ful floral offerings.
Mrs. Lukanitsch and family.
W can show you
If your eyeg trouble consult an
Arthur Okerl
und spent Sunday
at his home in Lien township.
The Standard editor took an
auto ride to Claire City Monday.
Willson Walch of Claire City
spent Sunday with Sisseton friends.
Charlie McGee was down from
Eden Sunday visiting with friends.
I Let Lloyd Gleason of Claire City
do your plowing with his new gaso
line plow.
Notice—-Any one having plow-
ing to do mv L. C. ('.leason of
Claire City.
Mr Latnpkc suffered paralytic
stroke Sunday and has since I
been confined to his bed.
Miss Myrtle Cook came up from
her school near Peever to spend
Thanksgiving at her home
Clvnton Croal came from Aber
deen Thursday noon to eat Thanks
giving turkey with his parents.
Mrs. John Swei.unison under
went an operation for tumor at the
Minneapolis hospital Wednesday,
Dr. Taplin was down from Veh
len on business the first of the
week. He made this office a call.
Remember to make an appoint
ment in advance when you want to
see Lepler the ophthalmologist
about your eyes.
The regular meeting of the
Yoeman Lodge will be held Wed
nesday evening December 9
The officers for the coming year
will be elected at this meeting and
all members are urged to attend.
Strayed from Mnssetter's pas
ture, 3 cows and three sucking
calves, 1 black co.v 1 red cow
with horns, 1 muly red cow. $25
reward for the return of the above
property. Will Spencer, Sisseton,
S. I). Route 3. 24-25)
Eastman Richards is a Creek
Indian of Checotah, Okla. More
than that, Mr. Richards is a very
rich Indian, the richest Indian of
the Creek Nation and one of the
richest Indians, no doudt, in the
couiiti y. He draws the very tidy
sum of $1500 a day from his oil
wells and he has recently decided
that the most practical, as well as
impressive, way to show that his
wealth is the product of his intell
igence, is by purchasing a Ford car.
An enterprising magazine is dis
tributin. a photograph of Mr.
Richard-- and the Richards family
driving about the streets of Checo
tah in their newly acquired For 1.
For Sale by The Carlberg Co.
A Hint To Husbands
The average man does not and can not realize the actual
amount of really hard work entailed in the care of a household.
If oui wife is trying to got along with !1 II ordinary cook stove or range, she is
laboring under a tremendous disadvantage. Her work is harder—her hours of work
longer than necessary, and thecost in actual cash
is greater than if she were enjoying all the con
veniences and advantages of a
J. C. Lepler, ophtalmologist, of
fice in Swedlund Bldg'
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schlie
man and children of Battleford,
Sask., are visitors at the Fred
Burmeister home.
The W-W-W Sunburst Birth
stone Ring is an Ideal Christinas
Gift. For Sale at the Red Cross
Jewelry Store. (24 27
Leave your order with us early
for Christmas photos so yon will
be sure to get them in time.
(22tf) The Bowe Studio.
Thirty two ions of postagestamps
for the holiday rush, valued at
more than SS,000,000, have been
sent from Washington to post oftict
througiiom the country.
Magnus Stavig was confined to
his home part of this week with a
light attack of heart trouble.
is recovering nicely at this writing
is able to attend business matters
at the store.
The Ladies Aid of the M. I{.
Church will meet with Mrs, Shear
er next Wednesday. The Presi
dent requests all members answer
roll call with a Christmas quotation.
All ladies of the aid and church
are invited.
Turkey is in the war, If the
terrible Turks can add anything
to the horrors of the present, they
should be voted the grand medal of
the iron meat ax. Let the slaugh
ter go on ihe men are not yet all
Kstrayed—Came to my place
about Nov.22, bay mare and spring
coll. Owner can have same by
proving property, paying for keep*
ing and advertising charges.
The IStay Sat isfactory"2*ir.^
I lie old stove is collecting its toll in drudgery from
her and in dollars and cents from you. It is to
your interest as well as to hei interest to install a
MONARCH in vour home.
your own satisfaction that a Monarch is a profitable investment
and that, casting sentimental considerations aside it is a good business proposition to
own oui'.
Jas. Wolley.
R. 3, Long Hollow twp. Sec. 5.
Dept. Inspector, Alice M. .A.
Pickles of the W. R. C. will be
in Sisseton Dec. 9th, on the
morning train to inspect the
work of the local W. R. C. No.70.
in the afternoon. All members
are requested to be present.
Come early.
Henrietta Steele.
"Shop early will be the slogan
of the merchants this year, not
only as a safeguard for their emp
loyes, but as a warning to their
customers because of the shortage
of Christmas goods. The majority
of the holiday toys, tree decorations
and novelties are always imported
The European war has raised havoc
with the imports and order after
order have been cancelled because
of the inability of the German
manufacturers to supply the de
Church Notes.
Regular services next Sunday
at 10:510 a. m.
Sunday School and Bible class
at 12.
Luther League at tf:45 p. in.
Prayer meeting every Thurs
day evening at 8 o'clock.
Confirmation class every Sat
urday at 1:30.
All regular services Sunday and
we cordial invite all who have no
home in Sisseton to wor-
ship with us.
Morning worship at 10:3o
Sunday School at 11:45.
Epworth League at 7 p. m.
Evening service at 8.
A service will be held next Sun
day afternoon at the Otto School
A large audience enjoyed and
were benefitted by the educational
addresses given last Sunday night
by Prof. Griesermer and Miss
Chamberlain and Mrs Shearer,
The bible study which meets
Sunday p. m. is a great study and
should be atteded by all the young
people who can possibly arrange to
go. The Sunday School makes a
long reach with a strong hand of
welcome to you. Come.
Morning Worship at 10:30.
.1 unior Congregation at 11:80.
Sabbath School at 11:4i.
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. in.
Evening Service at 8. o'clock.
Prayer meeting every Thurs
day evening.
We are Hearing the glad Clirist
mas time. Not only the children
but others will wish to come and
I make the next three Sabbaths joy
ful ones.
Strangers are especially welcome
at our services.
The "Ford-Detroit Weekly "the
famous review of current Detroit
events done in picture films, is
now being run weekly in every
state and territory in the United
States. For the taking, develop
ing mounting anc exibition of
motion pictures the Ford Motor Co.
now has in its mammoth plant an
equipment, second to none -even
the professional plants -in the
country. For Sale dy The Carlberg
Notice To Farmers
Now is the time to sell your
horses, and get the higest market
price in cash. I will be in Sisseton
one day only to buy 200 horses or
mares Tues. Dec. 8th. Bring in
your horses and go home with the
money your pockets.
Auctioneer Baird.

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