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$100,000 to lend on FARM LANDS at lowest rate. The Old Reliable First National Bank Sisseton, S. I). THE LOCAL NEWS Some was told to us, some was handed to us, and the rest we guessed at. J)r. Fjerestad's office is now io-1 Dr. Fjerestad, Chiropractor, New cated in the New Grand building. George Mack was a business call er from New KITington Wednesday. Mrs. John Wilkins and son are visiting relatives at Milbank this week. Leo Sxvanton arrived last week from Mobridge and will visit here for a few weeks. Found—A 3iix.i auto tire casing has been left at this office. Owner please call for same. Mrs. O. T. Axncss and children left last Wednesday for a visit with relatives at Montevidio. John Walker departed Saturday for Montecello, Minn, for a two weeks' visit at the old home. and Mrs. L'almer Bergland at' Collins, Montana recently. Mr. and Mrs, W. S. Tlielin are the proud parents of a big, bouncing boy. born. July 4t.li. Ruth and Dorothrv Olson left on Thursday for Souix City, Iowa, for a few weeks visit with their father. Mrs. Carl Limberg left for HI dora, la., Thursday evening. Iler aged father is very ill and not ex pected to live. Miss lla/.el Rockwell returned to her home at Kidder, Wednesday after a short visit with Miss Mabel Swentimson. Mrs- Nelson who was the guest at the.). A. Peterson home last week departed for her home at Janesville, Minn., Saturday. Dr. F. J. Maw, Kye Specialist of Milbank. S. I)., will be at the Hotel Commercial on Aug. 2nd Dr. Maw comes well recommended bv the best citizens of Milbanlc. AgiP (Crystal White) Make your preserves with Karo. To retain the full flavor of the fresh fruits make your preserving svrup of part Knro (Crystal l/hils) and l' p.irts sugar. Makes a rich, lie» syrup without the cloying ewectr of heavy -1- 1 sugar syrup. Pr* ^nls joins and jcLica I from crystalliri A Full furmu i~for allhinascf prtsrro- Ing giocn in tt Pracrving Booklet, rrcs on request. D-pt.PX. Grand buiiding. (2tf) You will always find the Old Reliable Kye Specialist at the Red Cross Drug Store. 50tf) Miss Mary Uenner was the guest of her sister at Browns Valley Sunday. Miss Meta Lepler spent Sun day with the And row Anderson family at Peever. Clerk of Courts Nelson was at Cokoto, Minn., on business sev. era I days this week l'eter Kastman has recently pur chased a fine new mahogany piano from M. K. Crockett. I For Sale Cheap—Farm, 160 acres 25 miles from Sisseton. Very easy I terms. One third of crop goes A daughter was born to r. with land. See C. A. Perkins, County Commissioner Harry Grandbois. of White Kock town ship is enjoying a visit from his mother. Mrs. N. Grandbois of Halb rite. Sask.. Canada. r. and Mrs. Wm. Vollmer and r. and Mrs. Lloyd Glea son of Claire City wore in Sisse ton Friday to take in the circus and visit at the Cook home. Bob A rrowsmith and bride ar rived Saturday to visit at the Mose A rrowsmith home. Bob A rrowsmith of I'lumer, N. I), and Miss Anna Head en of Cros by, N. D., were married at Mil bank- Saturday. The clerics at Stavig Bros. Department store spent the iith at Big Stone Lake- Each one had their basket tilled with the best the land affords in the way of eats, and it is needless to say all had their till ami a jolly time. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Swanson, accompanied by his brother and family of Wilniot departed Sun day for a two months' trip thru Wisconsin, Northern Minnesota, North and South Dakota and Montana. They are making the trip by auto and carry a full camping outfit with them. Taken Up. Came to my place in Harmon lwnship. on May '-".I, one brown heifer, about years old. Owner ein get same by calling, provinir property and paying charges. (1- Henry Pistorius. I CORN PRODUCTS REFINING CO. P. 0. 41 lCl New York City Notice to farmers. We handle the South Dakota penitentiary twine, have handled it several years and it has given a limited amount ordered so get in your order early, we can save you moueyion the twine elevator. Farmers' Co-operative Societv. Mrs. Tom Osmnn visited in Mil bunk this week. I'',mi! Vogue was at Milhai'.k and Ortonville Monday. The County Commissioners are in session this week. Vein Carl hern spent the 4th 5th at his old home in Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Ay res of Minne" apolis are guests at the Maldaner I home this week. Assessor John Ready of Bossko Rev. J. II. Irwin and wife de parted Monday for a month's va cation at Downington, Pa. Mrs. John Otto returned Wed nesday from a months visit with her parents at Morris, Minn. Mrs. H.A. Morrill and children spent Monday and Tuesday at the Jay Morrill home in Milbank. Harvey Crosby arrived home Saturday night from Milwaukee where he has been studying den tistry. Friends of Mrs. John Larrabee will be pleased to hear that she is recovei ing rapidly and has left the hospital. Miss Nora Babb visited her grandmother in the Wilniot hospi tal Monday on her return from the Milbank celebration. Before von select your school, send for the free catalog and speci al offer of the Sioux Falls Business College, Sioux Falls, S. D. the Woulph farm Wednesday night. All had a line time. Miss Martha Nelson of Kath ryn, N. I)., arrived Saturday morning to spend a lew days with Miss Laura Stavig. Misses Gertie Sebion, Clara and Millie Thorson and Lena Peterson autoed to Bonanza Park Wed lies day for a two weeks' outing. II. L. Allingliam received his new Kureka Concrete Mixer this week. This is one of the latest machines and is recommended by all cement men. Miss Kmma Peterson and Louis Smith of Fergus Falls were the guests of the formers sister, Mrs. Herman Waklick the fore part of the week. We are handling the Stillwater machinery and twine. It will pay any one in need of a binder, mow er or rake to come and get our prices before buying. (3-5) Johnson & Sonstcgaard. Mrs. Matt Theis and Mrs. Lawrence Herges and children left Wednesday for a three weeks' visit with relatives and friends at Wat kins, St. Cloud and other Minne sota points. A. C. Lowiie has sold his farm to a party from Brookings County, and will hold an auction sale July 19th. Mr. Lowrie has not as yet de cided where he will locate or what lie will do in the future. He expects to make a trip out to Seattle soon, to visit his parents, and mav locate there. His farm of J4U acres, is) located six miles south of Sisseton and sold for $55. per acre, which is cheap forthis land. Library Report The Sisseton Public Library THE SI SSETON .WEEKLY STANDARD. and Wyllvs Morris arrived home Tuesday night from Ik-loit, Wis. H. L. S packman left tor a business trip to the east Tuesday Miss Nellie Davis visited White Rock friends last week. Mrs. Pearl I.illihridge was a passenger to Mill).ml Wednesday. L. S. liahcock, eenustaker, re ports a population of l.iS7 for Sis set on. Mrs Lew Carter left for Osage. Iowa, Tuesday to visit her mother and sister. Let De.\ rment and Brantseg figure on your painting and pap or hanging. The ('.lasier ami families spent the 11 art ford Bench. was open for distribution of Saturday at 1:3() o'clock". books twenty seven days. There 5t)h people made use of the read ing tables, 1 juvenile books is- good satisfaction. We have only sued, 100 adult books, 1 Hi juve nil fiction, 1"»1 adult fiction. We have added Popular .Me- Call at the' clianics and the Delinator to the reading table. Gertrude Williams, (3-5) Librarian. i.ukanitsi'h •ek end at Mis. T. of tonvillc wa- 1|r glK st of RT townsl.il» was a business caller MeCov overSundav. Sisseton Wednesday. I Large crowds of Sissvtonites ai .laughter, Mrs lohn -i tended the celebration at Milhank Mondav and Tuesday. r. C. Swenson and wife of Watson, Minn., are guests at the H. P. Hanson home. .1. A. Rickert went to Milbank Tuesday to attend the funeral of ICiton Jennings of that place. Mr. and Mrs. I'ales and Mr. and Mrs. Bronson of St. Paul, returned to their homes after a short visit at the McGee home. Millard Clark and Miss Sadie Braden of Summit, S- 1)., were married at the M. E. parsonage Thursday, lv Rev. Shearer. .Judge Bouck has rendered the final decision on the license vote for Sisseton. The recount shows 1 (i/l for license and 162 against. Mrs. W. F. Miller returned Fri day from a five-weeks' visit at A large crowd attended the Woulph-Grover wedding dance at I Clear Lake, S. I). and Cambria, Wis. Her niece from eompanied her. Cambria ac- Miss Helm Wilson returned to M. Signa Johnson one her home at Milbank, Saturday, jsoelnmized at the Catholic church after a three weeks visit at the J. P. here last Wednesday morning, Croal home. She was accompanied Rev, Father Berg officiating. Both !g by her cousin V. C. Croal. of these young people are residents of Lake City, where the groom has Miss Nina Anderson and Isaac an interest in the Gem Restaurant. Luthrran. Sunday School and liible class at 12. Luther League at 11:4p. in. Prayer meeting every Thurs day evening 8 o'clock. Confirmation class meetsevery Methodist. All regular services Sunday and we cordial invite all who have no church home in Sisseton to wor ship with us. Morning worship at 10:3o. Sunday School at 11:45. Iipworth League at 7 p. m. Evening service at 8. (Duality determins the choice of goods of a sensible purchaser. Be cause: Quality means fewer purchases, saving of time and means content ment in the work of those around you. Quality, therefore, means to every purchaser of goods increase in wealth. Our Hardware lines are already known for their high standard of quality. In selecting our line of farm im plements quality-not price—has been our aim. To get goods of Mrs. lohn Spindler of Grant township died at her home Satur- Miss Ida Dantd is the new nurse day. Rev. Kiulie had charge at the hospital, She took the place of Miss Bue who leaves short!v for Fargo. the funeral services interment was made view cemetery. Immediately after the ceremony they left by auto for the home of J. Nor by of Wilniot were mar ried at the Lutheran parson age Saturday. They were at- the groom's sister, Mrs. James tended by Arthur Norb.v of Wi 1- Woolev, where the wedding dinner mot and Mrs. J. A. Nor by of was served. The bride is one of Peever. They will lie at home Lake City's most popular young in Wilniot where the groom is ladies and the best wishes of a host employed in Jensen's store. of friends go with them. --Vehlen 1 Advance. ol KosholL popular young ladies ind Mr. Kntil Tlivdill a promis- I ing young man and one of the live wires of that place were, married at Sisseton by Justice Prindiville last Thursday. Mr. Tliedin is a partner in the garage at that place and there they will malte their home We join with their friends in wishing them much happiness. PAY UP! All users of city water are hereby notified to pay their water rent before July 20, 1915, or water will be shut ofL Water rent is payable only in advance, and this rule will be strictly en forced hereafter. J. N. Sl'ACKMAN, Citv Auditor. Church Notes, SHOCKED BY SCHOOL PLAY. Parents of Girls Objcct to Their Ap- pcarancc In Kimonos. Objections on the hirt of parents, who thought I In* "kimono drill" of he high school girls at the lommeiicement exercises in Klixabelh. N. a little (hiring, resulted in :i rebuke from tIn* principal of the school, .lohn l. Kd vvuriis. The drill was the feature of a two part play. "The Itainboat Ki mono." given by nine girls of the senior class. The audience objected to I he appvaniiH-e of ihe girls, who came out in ttie tirt act with pictnr esijiie kimonos When these were dis carded for knickerbockers and sailor waists the indignation of «he specta lor increased. I hiring he intermission Principal I'M wards spoke to the spectators to restore order. The principal told them not to interrupt the performance again. ml if they were displeased or shocked lo leave the building In speaking of the trouble Mr. Kd wards said there was nothing in the lines or costumes that was offensive. When he told hose who were shocked to leave, let declared, no one accepted his invitation. CUPID BROKE UP CLUB. St. Paul Bachelor Girls' Club Is Now a Name Only. St. ratil.—The Itadielor Girls' club of St. Paul danced itself out of exist ewe the armory, Sixth and Kx ehange streets, after ten of the origi nal thirteen members had fallen before the marksmanship of fan Cupid. It was the twelfth and last da neu given by the elub, and at the stroke of 1 a few mornings ago the last vestige of the dub as an organization vanished like Cinderella under the spell of the fairy. The club was organized live years ago, and the members, bound by sol emn oaths of bachelorhood, remained intact for a time Cupid battered nt the ramparts, and one after another of the members capitulated until five alone were left. Suddenly two of these fell, and a double wedding announce ment carried dismay to the hearts of the remaining three. GOODS OF QUALITY THOMPSON'S HARDWARE General Hardware Sisseton, S.D. of Tuesday and in the Lake G. P. Goudie of Marshall County and well known in Sisseton, was married to Miss Jvmma Allenberg at Minneapolis, July 1. They arrived home Saturday. The Stand ard extends congratulations. The marriage of Earl Cooper to Miss Margaret Kay was solm nised at the M. E. parsonage, Saturday,.) uly lie v. Shearer tying the nuptial knot. This couple are well known here the groom having resided here for several years and the bride, a Minneapolis girl, for some months. Their friends wish I them joy. The marriage of Mr. C'ins. For ry and Miss Hnttie B. Burke was Co. Att.y. .lorgenson and Sher iff .lolir. Minder and deputies, celebrated tin- fall at Claire City wheie a grand celebration was pulled off. The boys stumbled unto a den of blind piggers, and captured thirty casks of beer (90 eases also the owners and brought them to town, beer and all. They had a hearing yester day but we are unable to learn the results. Claire City seems to lie able to keep in the lime light pretty well on the booze stuff', but the officers a re just a little bit smoother than the pig gers, consequently they hist quick. Legal blanks may be obtained at the Standard office. quality, we have picked the best from different markets and disre garded single lines with name only. This is why we sell such goods as McCormick Haying and Harvesting Tools, mowers, rakes, stackers, grain and corn binders. The Inter national New Clover Leaf, all steel, low down, manure spreader. Inter national gas engines. Columbus farm wagons and trucks. Canton Diamond gangs and sulkies, and last but not least the DeLaval cream separator. When you need Goods of Quality, we will talk Quality to you. BUGGIES Styles Lo Suit Every Purse and Person The Best» Line You Ever Saw Rickert=Opheim Co. w. R. DeArmcnt Olander Brantseg DeArment & Brantseg Painters, Decorators and Paper Hangers Interior and exterior work of all kind All work Guaranteed. ????DO YOU NEED ANYTHING IN SIGNS???? Page 5 Frank StauiTer took in the circus at Milbank Wednesday. iss Carrie Risdahl spent Mon day with her brother at Lake City. Card of Thanks. In all sincerity I wish to ex press most heartfelt thanks to the numerous friends, relatives, neighbors, and more especially to the Ladies of the Aid Society who were so kind to myself and children in our sudden bereave ment of wife and mother, for their assistance and sympathy and for the abundance of beauti ful (lowers and tokens of affec tion Just Arrived Andrew O. Tokvik.