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i-3 ws A A rN, fcg -Z A 3 t-i 3 Mr. an 1 Mrs. Gl' daughter Mabel l'eever Tuesdav. a bei Haven, Minn. el son home. $100,000 to lend on FARMLANDS at lowest rate. The Old Reliable First National Bank Sisseton, S. D. THE LOCAL NEWS Some was told to us, some was handed to us, and the rest we guessed at. Dr. Cook was a caller from Yeb len Tuesday. /. for girl's shirt waists at the '.olden Rule- Mrs. Middle left for her Home near Con ell. Minn.. Kridav. Mrs. lien Katon relatives visit in week. Mrs. J. A. Peter..on and daugh ter Jiirnive spent several days with relatives at l'eever this week. Yes, that's Harry Spackmin thai next year's I !uicl It's a live passenger and driving "six." has more class Ulis section. than anything in Mrs. Shaviand and daughters and son. Cclian. and ile, arrived bv auto Saturday from Hanlcy Kails, Miun., to visit the U. R. Chilsou family east of Sisselon. Dr K. J. Maw, Kyc Specialist of ilbank. S. I .. will be at the Hotel Commcrcia 1 son home. Kdilor Hangen ol ill the cit on busines of LulTinan in Sisselon this Chilsou and •re up from on Aug. Jnd Dr. Maw conn's well recommended bv the best citizens of Milbank. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. l'elersoii and children and Mrs. Carolina Krick son and daughter Kama, and Misses Ada and Ruth Nelson and l'aul Nelson of liosholt spent Sat urday and Sunday at the K. Nel l'ete Greenfield recently purchas ed the Sullivan Klcvator at Claire City. The elevator has about J.s.oiiii bushel capacity and is equipped with modern eonvcnincces August Nelson will buy grain tor him as Mr. Greenfield has a lease on the Sullivan Klcvator at Sisse lon. __ ,5.011 only for ladies silk and voil dresses at the llig Sale at the Golden Rule. I 8 p: A •Si yc for wash goods values at the lüg Sale at the Golden Rule. Wiimoi, was ondav. Mrs. Win. Nankcimmn of Iieard slev is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walel ich. Mrs. A. (). Tosten-on is enter taining her parents. Mr. and Mis. Christofferson oi Sid.ncv, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Mattesoii of Ycbic-n were guests at the W. L. Johnson home Tuesdav and Wed nesday Mrs. K. X. Rudie returned last Wednesday from Minneapolis where she has been will] her father wh-o has been vcrv ill. Miss Clara Johnsrud of Spring Grove, Minn, arrived last Saturday for a visit with her sister. .Mrs. W. O. Top ik and other relatives. Mrs. II, 1'. Möllenbeck returned to her home at Minneapolis Mon day evening alter a week's visit at the Rask and Möllenbeck homes. John Wilkins, is back on his job this week, at the Standard office altera pleasant two weeks vaca tion—spent in curing a «lose of lead poison Mrs. Lawrence Herges ami Mrs. Mat Tlieis returned Kridav Irom a three weeks' visit with their par ents at Wat kins. Minn. and friends al St Cloud. Hans Cliristianson, proprietor of the Kagle Cafe, suffered a par al tic stroke last week and was confined to Towels' hospital for several days, but is again able to be about looking after his business. S. K. Aldrige of the Sanitary bot tling work's transacted business at Milbank and other points along the main line. The products of this company are first class goods, and are going fast. New customers are being added to their shipping list every day, and the old ones are sending in lagel orders each time. Thvv are delivering the goods, that stand up and are making a "icp." W. R. DcArnu'iit (»ander llrantscg |j DeArment & Brantseg Painters, Decorators and Paper Hangers Interior and exterior work of all kind All work Guaranteed. ????DO YOU NEED ANYTHING IN SIGNS???? Win Borene isspending the week in Montevideo. A Birch of Claire City visited Sisselon friends Wednesday. Will Connlev arrived home Wed nesday from a three months slay in Aberdeen. The U.S. Morris family autoed 1 (i Bonanza Grove Wednesday loi two weeks' Camping. Miss Sehna Sander Nassau, Miun., thi visit with relatives. jHl M! I 1 recommended classed tailors. A I fe $ went to week for a Lawrence Krickson of Waubay is a guest at the home of his uncle Andrew Krickson this week. Mrs. Dick Christians has about recovered from her attack of rheu matism and is able to be around again. Mrs. Andrew Krickson and children left Tuesday for a month's visit with relatives mid 1 riends at Ileuson. Miss Hazel Spackman arrived home the first of the week trom a pleasant visit with old schoolmates in ilwaukec. ],. A. I.ien and 11. ed over from Gracevt take in the ball game the Wolff home L. Dav auto b. Kridav to and visit at Mr. and rs. Theo. Roiishaugeii of Pierpont, S- D. and Herman Ronshav.g'-ii of Roslyn, S. D. were guests al the A. L. Slavig home last week. bv the highest We are handbag the Sti'lwater machinery and twine It will pay any one in need of a binder, mow er or rake to come and g'et our prices before buying. (351 Johnson & Sonstegaard. Marriage licenses issued this week wele: John Tlados, Rutland and Marv (Istcn Colhalon ol Alberta, Canada. ()le M. I'aulson of Roslyn, and Magda Kossum of Yeblen. Carl Sauden and Klorence Sleen of Sisselon. Oscar Sauden and Gusta Ilerg of Sisselon. Mr. and Mrs. l'aul Rickeit re lurned^Tuesdav Ii nm a three weeks' visit with Dr. and Mrs. Schefller at Onawa, Iowa, and relatives al Sioux Kails. They were delayed several days on their return trip owing tu the heavy rains in the southern part of the state. They say Dr. Schefller has a splendid practice at Onawa ami is meeting with excellent success. I General Passenger Agent of St. l'aul. It is needless to say they found everything in tip-top shape at the Sisselon station under the supervision of Agent Crosby and his hustling sous. The ticket sale at Sisseton last month was the larg est increase over any point on the system. Notice I» Farmers. We handle the South Dakota penitentiary twine, have handled it several years and it has given good satisfaction. We have only a limited amount ordered so get in your order early, we can save you moncy',on the twine. Call at the elevator. Farmers' Co-operative Society. (3-5) TM SI SS ETON WKKKLY STANDARD liuy your worn Gulden Rule. 1 4i for embroideries up to 4 indi es wide, at the sale at The Golde» Rule. shoes it thi Charlie Strand was up from Wil mot on business on Tuesda\ I.eRoy WollT is spending a few days with relatives in Graceviii tills week. A:V::vw Krickson spent Tuesday at iieardsley taking in celebra tion. Mrs. Killilv Otto leaves this week for llcaidslcv where she will spend tile sumniel Mrs. John Sp.ickm.m cturned •Tuesday Irom a few dav- visit at Orionville with Mrs. 1 la! Knight Mr.-. Tom c( Ice and Clia-. McGee etui ned home this week from a visit with relative- at Mag nolia, inn. Miss Xalley Gross is spending a two weeks' vacation at her home here. Xancy is employed in the Swedish hospital at Minneapolis. Miss May Giover is confined I" her bed with a severe attack ol ap pendicitis, but hopes an- rclaiue 1 for her recovery without an opera tion. Ah*, and Mis. Tom Ilos o! Kala mazoo, Mich., arrived Wednesday for an extendi,! visit with the laiter's sister, Mis, A. Tosten soil. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mis, Christofferson the latleis parents of Sidney, Mich. The entire trip was made by auto, and it was a delight fill one. The roads were excellent and they made good time up as far as Mil bank. but from there on the heavy \Y. S. Tiielill has secured the rains had played havoc with the services of Win. Devlin of Council good roads. bluffs, Iowa. Mr. Devlin is a tailor: ol years experience and comes high overalls The SALE Positively closes Saturday, July 24th Do not fail to get some of these bargains. Racket Store Sisseton, S. I). 15 for bovs' shins at The Gold- en Rule. A party of Milwaukee railroad officials arrived Tuesday afternoon by special train on an inspection tour of the entire Milwaukee system. Among the parly were: ]•'. M. Laine, Division Superintendent of diusine Aberdeen. I. I. Köster, General Superintendent of Minneapolis Mr. Pierpont, traffic manager of of Chicago: Mr. Simpson, Supt. of Transportation of Chicago J. T. Conley, Gen. Freight Agent of Chicago Mr. Montgomery, Asst. l-'reight Agent of .Minneapolis: C. Tom G-man and iamily Sunday in Sisseton. Miss Marv Class i- visiting with Xew KHiugton friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. Kntcrprise were Tuescav. II vor (lien Sisseton Mrs. and Mr». T. K. Tasa lett Monday for Audubon, la-, to at tend tile funeral of Mrs. Tasa's fat her Fern Möllenbeck is taking in the city sight-this week. He accom-j panied Mrs. P. II. Rodenbeck home Monday night. Mr. and Mis. Harry Spackman and son Harold and Mr. Clias. Tisch of Minnesota township left by auto Thursday tor a visit at Sioux City, Iowa. Mrs. W. L. Kennedy and son Harold of Osage. Iowa, arrived last night for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. IL D. assingham. Quality 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, General Hardware Mr- M. Raison is reported quite ill. 4.tc for men's heavy win ill ilie Golden Rule. shirts The Misses Renville of l'eever, were week end visitors with their sister, Mrs. Geo. Hast man. Mesdanies Kd and Ncl ot' Wilniar, Minn, are he 11aus Taickson home Taleksoii guests at ''I his week. Miss Leo Rogers has severed con nections with the Golden Rule and returned to her home at 111 ecken lidge. Minn. Do not enter business Ii I at sailvallfagi'. Attend Ihr Sioli.X I Siou is I GOODS OF 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 THOMPSON'S HARDWARE I "Samson" a six reel leal lire will be shown at the l'nii| lie Theatre I'Yida.v evtling. .lul.v elI. The story of Samson is lie story of the si rongest, ma 11 whoever lived Iiis name today is known to almost every man, woman and child I broiigholit. the civilized world, a nil even to those who do not know Iiis story bis name is a synonym of strength. I! 11L besides that, thrilling story of I he life of this mail, to whom God gave power and streng siieh as no man possessed, and To whom lie gave carle blanche in righting Iiis wrongs, is llie most spectacular, romantic and tragic of any of the heroes ol'ar.-l i(| 11 it V. The Aberdeen Commercial Club will try and li 11 requests made to M. Crockett is transacting!''. harvest help. There is no in Minot, D., this week. I certainty, al this time, that it will be able to satisfy all of the demands Miss Agnes Llindstrom oi l'eev for extra harvest men. but it will er visited Sisseton lends last week. |, glad to do the be-t it can as the agent lor the distribution of har vest help. isltois 'fids club asks, at this time, thai -if K. Lcnnon. Kreight Claim Agent of points in Canada to look alter by immediately wiiting to the Ab Minneapolis and W. P. Dixon, land interests. erdeeii Commercial Club, and gi\- towns and communities will aiitici- Axness h-lt Tuesday for pale their needs as far a possible ing approximately the number ol men that will be needed in your locality, about the time they will be needed and to whom hands should be sent from Aberdeen for proper distribution. A compliance with this request at aseaily a date! las possible, will do much toward relcaving hol congestion ami de inand for men. Strayed or Stolen. Strax ed or stolen from pasture, section Hi, 1 r\ Wood Lake town ship, led yearling heifer, tip right ear cut off. S5,(in reward for in-: formation locating animal. If stolen an additional reward of S-L5 upon conviction of thief. John C. K. Swanson, (5-6) Route 4, Sisseton, S. I). Akre went 'o •, for liioi right ,'ucsda and Mrs. A I'. Hönde and Canier went to P.enson, Tuesday morning to attend Minn the fuuend ol a cousin. They autoed to lirowns Yallev taking the Great Northern from that point. 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 McCormiciv 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. "«miiTunraMiniTT» I,egal blanks may be obtained at the Standard ol'llce. Miss aline Gravdahl 'el the hospital Wednesday evening. Dr. Kjerestad, Chiropractor, New Grand building. Jt I Let Do.\ riiii'iit. and Brantseg figure on your painiing and pap- langmg Yon will al wax find Ix'eliahie K\ Specialist at CIoss 1 true Store. Mr and the Ohl I he Red .Siitf) Mrs. their Wis. (I -car soll, are visitiui. (Ii ant-burg Mil! ray at John inneapoiis, cars also to lake in he big a swell convent ion. Christ l'eterson and Möns Kakutu auloeil to llonanza Grove Tuesday night and returned Wednesday. John Xei gaanls ai rived home Sunday night alter spending a week camping at Henanza Grove. The pan el post limit a• to lie size of jlackagi'S has been changed and is operative at once The total g'Ttli of a package under the new is I inches as against the old limit of 71 inches. Another regu lation goes into clfcct the first September, which will enable E E Page When you need Goods of Quality, we will talk Quality to you. Sisselon, S. D. 1 lor children's dresses at the .Golden Rule. W. !•'. Carlberg and family are spending the week in the twin cities. Mrs. l'ete I,inster and son are sqending the week with her parents near Laien. Mr and Mrs. H. A. Morril re turned Monday from a week's visit at Morris, Minn Mrs Carl Graverson and daughter arrived home Monday, fiom a three weeks' visit with relatives at Georgeville, Minn. Mrs (.. I). Kivelv departed I Monday evening for a visit with livi daughter, Lama, at Pendent I)'()icillc, Alberta, Canada. Sh2 expects to be gone several weeks. Misses Gertie Sebion, Clara and Millie Thorson and Lena Peterson returned Wednesday from their two weeks' camping at Bonanza Grove, and are again at work I 111 IStavig liros' store- Tliev all report I a 11ne time. The contract for the building of Thomas' and the Masonic building has been lei to Carlson Si Haslen I r.f Orionville. The buildings will Mx'iii, two stories high. The for stores of: be sons to get a receipt lor their par cel post packages upon the pay ment o! a one cent fee. per- lower parts will be used while the upper storv will be for the Mason's hall The material will be brick and cement. IN The Mower Vou Gftn Depend On The Mower that, Works Satisfac torily Under the Most Un favorable Conditions Rickert- Opheim Co. SISSETON, S. D.