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SCHINDLER BROS., Sisseton, S. D. \n\n The Old Reliable
First National Bank Sisseton, 8. D. Local and Personal ..lohn Minder transacted busi ness in Wilmot Saturday. luninot Tliorson is reported sick with tlie chicken pox. Cr) Chas. Strand whs a business cal ler from Wilinot last Thursday. 4 I'Coin house and li lots lor sale cheap. Apply Standard Office. Paul l'aulson is spending a lew days with friends at New Kiting ton. Messrs. Overby and Eastman of Wilinot were business callers here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Chilson of Peever were guests at the H. Fagerland home Sunday. Hans Fagerland departed Monday for Aberdeen to be gone a few days on business. Mr and Mrs. T. J. Allen return ed Saturday from points in Miss ouri where they have spent the winter. Peter Greenfield arrived home Tuesday from the cities where he spent the past it wo weeks on busi ness. Miss Maribelle Grogan spent a few days with friends at Mil bank last week, returning Friday. Willard Tew had his collar bone fractured while wrestling Monday night, but is reported to be all mended and getting along good. Uev. Mgfredt came up from Mil bank Tuesday and conducted services in the Guild Hall. Chas. Hailly returned to Web ster Wednesday evening alter spending several days among friends here. Mrs. W. I.. Kenedy arrived Fri day irom Osage. Iowa, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Mes singham. Mrs. Messing ham is re ported to he in verv poor health. Tom Collins, I lie wrestler. 'e turned to Wilinot Wednesday. Mrs. Xels Swenson of Grant was shopping in the city Wed nesday. Mrs. Hay l'liillips was the guest of Iriends at Wilinot Sat urday. Miss Doner is spending a few days at her home in Summit this week. Mrs. Hanson has moved into the residence vacacted by Hal vor St rand. Peter Ned re berg, the elec trician is hereon business this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burtneis tei are spending a few days with relatives and friends at Apple ton, Minn Mr. and Mrs. ltob Lewis and little daughter were business callers at MilUank Thursday of this week. Francis, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robbie is quite ill this week. Miss Minnie Wilbur has resign ed her position at the telephone office and Miss Prudende Otto will take her place commencing with her work this week. r. and rs. L. Uuckdashel returned last Thursday Irom a few weeks visit in Wisconsin. They were accompanied by Mrs. Draper, sou and daughter who will visit here for some time. Miss Agnes Larson arrived Saturday evening from a few weeks spent Early Minnesota No. 13 Tests 98 to 100 per ct. Early White Cap Dent 98 to 100 per ct. Early Carters Yellow Dent 98 to 100 per ct. Early Small White Dent 98 to 100 per ct. Early Bloody Butcher sold out. Order now before it is all gone. All grown in Roberts Co., S. v.. from 15 to 24 years by us. Write for Samples and Prices at her home Wanted— Laundry girl at the Commercial Hotel, at once. Mrs. Ed Wolstad and daughter were shopping in this city Wed nesday. Henry Helvig is spending the week in the twin cities 011 busi ness. Joe PIut is back at, work again alter a lew days "layoff" with a bum foot. Mrs. Wey land returned Friday I rom a few days visiting with friends at Waubay. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Carlberg are spending a few days in the cities tliis week. Mrs. Harry Morris is gpend mg a few days visiting with her daugeter. Miss Martha who is attending the University at Lake Forest, 111. ____ Mrs. Colonial George Artoss of Minneapolis is the guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. F. .VIlller of this city. Cleaning, pressing and lepairing goods culled tor and delivered, ('.olden Rule Clothing Co. Sisseton S.I). Mr. and Mrs. Hon Nelson and Mrs. .lohn Sullivan of Claire City were business visitors here Tuesday and Wednesday ol this week-. Coming! Coming! What? The greatest and best entertain ment of the season. Hand Con cert. Look for the bills- Mr. Hendrickson of Waletisch & Pint's store went to Minne apolis Wednesday evening to be gone on a few days of business. Bismark Thompson came down from New I Oden and spent a few days with his sisters here last week. Mrs. Houtang departed last Friday evening for St. Paul where she will spend a few weeks at the home of relatives. The M. li. Ladies Aid will give a Cafateria Supper at the Old Red Cross Store building on Wednes day evening March 8. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Miss Rogers returned last Saturday fro in her vacation spent at Moorhead, Fargo, and other North Dakota points, and is back at work again at the Golden llule. Dr. Cook, the dentist will be here Friday Mar. 10 for pro fessional wo' and will be loc.ate ed in the Judge Andrew offices over 1 Jöllenbecks grocery store. Miss Nora Tallackson says walking's good for anybody and the road isn't a bit narrow either. She walIts back and lortn to her school, a mile and a hall east of town and says "it's thelile." 111 Dawson, Minn. She was ac companied by her sister Josephine who was going lo spend a lew days here with her, but was cal led home Wednesdav oil account of the sudden illness ot her mother. Mrs. W. J- Tail returned to her home in Minneapolis ondn alter a weeks visit at the home of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Kcopkc. Mrs. Tall was formerly Kllen l'ngan ot New Kffington. BUY 1914 SEED CORN Misses Kinma and Tillie Wale tisch and brother John departed Wednesday evening lor .XI nine a pulls where Miss Tiilie will have some dental work done, and Fmma and Jolm will visit at tiie home ol I riends. Jliss Susan (»pits I ell, Wed lies eay lor I'eever where she will spend a lew days at the home of her sister, Mrs, Henry Kettler, and Iroiii there she wils go to her home near New liden to spend the summer. The Civic League will hold their first meeting of the season, March 7th., at 3 o'clock at the Commer cial Club Rooms. New officers will lie elected and other important business tranacted and a good at tendance is requested. Mrs. Wm. Peters of Grant was very pleasntly surprised by a largetnumber of friends, young and old, at their home Tuesday night. The evening was spent in dancing and games and the guests left a beautiful rug in re membrance of the occasion. New goods arriving daily at the Golden Rule Clothing Co. Porter Bldg. Sisseton, S. D. THE SlSSETON WEEKLY STANDARD. Suits cleaned ami pressed a Olson, Olson & Co. Kditor Downie of Milhank, made lisa fraternal call Saturday. Rev. Kbert conducted services in Peever, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. The old Public Library is being moved into the Carnegie Library building this week. T. L. »ill of Aberdeen has ac cepted a position as pharmacist at the Rexall Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Cory of XV Ilea ton were callers 111 this citv between tiains Monday. Mrs. I). F. Stevens returned Mondav from Mondavi, Wis., where she attended ihc wedding ot a niece. ___ Miss list her and Frank Preston spent Saturday and Sunday ai the home of their sister, Mrs. John Wilkins of Peever. A lue rl Hurried ol Summit- at tended the go, roads meeting in this city, Wednesday. •lohn Melland ol I iosslio was in this city Wednesday to attend the good roads meeting. Mr. and Mrs. (Ininm ol Dry wood returned Wednesday Irom a thiiee months visit at points in Iowa. Miss Itessie Wheeler returned to her home at, Summit alter spending a few days at the I jars Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. John 1'loukie were at home to a party of friends Tuesday evening. Cards was the amusement for the evening follow ed by a palatable luncheon. Attorney A, O. Hunde returned home Saturday from Aberdeen where he attended Circuit Court business. Ole Brantseg returned home last Thursday from a two weeks' visit with his sister in Minneapolis. Konrad Rust and who 'has been employed at the Standard offlcc the past two months has resigned his position.and gone to his home at Wilmot. Mrs. Paul Rickert arrived home Tuesday from a three weeks' visit with relatives at points in Wiscon sin. Ki:'', Kmil Aker, manager of the Olson, Olin jv Co. Clothing store, is s|ending the week ill Montivd eo. Alt Heimelt was numbered among those on the sick list last week, but is able to be around again. __ A bin I lokiinson of Harmon, Nels Kkhiml, Herman lohiison, Ncls Okcson and John ('.nunmons ol Willie Kock, Nels Akcihind ot Wilmot ami John Anderson of Kastei. were among those to attend the (iood Ro icls Meeting. s. Win. Holland and little son depart''!.' Tuesday evening lor nbai:U where they will join .Mr. Holland nd from there will goto the twin cities for a few days. Paul Sevi'.-i returned Tuesday evening I mm Minneapolis where he has beer, visiting bis daughter Miss hjnma who is havieg dental work done 1 here. Attention! The annual meeting of members of the Sisseton Cemetery Associ ation will be held on Tuesday, March 1st, 1916 at two o'clock p. m., in ilie Commercial Club Rooms of Sisseton City. All owners of Lots and Graves in said Cemetery are requested to at tend Elections of board of directors and other business in tegard to im provement will come before this meeting. A good attendance will be appreciated. By order of the Board of Direct ois. Attest: Ii. C. Gamm, H. L. Cortelyou. Secy. Pres. tt Hardware Mrs. Clifford Murray Dead. Inst as we go to press we learn of the death ol Mrs. Clinord Mur ray of this city at noon today, (Thursday). Arrangements for the funeral have not yet been made. Martin Johnson returned Wed nesday from the Grain Dealers Convention at Minnea|iolis. ,: The Golden Rule Tailor Shop will make your old clothes look like new. Atter a search extending over iilwut three years, relatives of Christopher Olson, who disappear ed from his home near Beresford three years ago under mysterious circumstances lias been found on the farm of Ted Sprowl, a mile west of Scotland, where he had tieen employed since last Septemlier He owns valuable property near Beresford, but not withstanding this appears satisfied to work as a farm laborer. Olson refuses to give details of his whereabouts during the three years, beyond stating that after disappearing he worked for a man east of the Mis souri river and then went to the farm where he was found Take your cleaning, pressing and repairing to the Golden Rule Cloth ing Co. Sisseton, S. I). On Sunday last while working trying to start the gasoline engine at the sewer pump house, W. T. Limit quite badly burned on one arm and both hands. He was pouring some gasoline out of a can on one of the engine parts, and it is thought the can touching the I spark created a circuit and the! spark ignited the gasoline, the flame running into the can causing I the explosion. Luckily there was only a small amount of gasoline in tue can. As it was, the can was blown to pieces, narrowly missing hitting Limit full in the face. The scattered gasoline was blazing furi ously and Dill had to crawl over the engine through the flames to get out. L. C. Migelow and Mar shall 1'owyei smotheied the flames: Willi snow. Mr. Lmdt will be laid up tor some I line with his bums, but even at '.hat he thinks he got off luckv, as do Messrs. Bigelow I land Bowver.—Browns Valley Tri bune. I Mis. W. Ii, Kurland and son Curtis, departed Thursday for a weeks visit with her sister in inneapolss. An exceptionally exiting local tournament was pulled off at the Bowling Alley here last Saturday evening. Helow we give the score. Commercial Club: Hai ry Drental Dan Mahoney Bill Tlielin Kmil Vaage L. Lukanitsch Dr. Williams Rough Necks: 168—146—173 130—110—121 177—130—81 120— 173—177 161 —138—J 51 177—151 152 Blackie Les Horton Ed Tallakson Dr. Quinnell Hal vor Strand Couch 119—198—207 125-156-131 129-164—124 140-187-176 145-169-142 154—161—131 Get The Money From Your Grain osston Automatic" This is the leader of all grain cleaners. The grain belt farmers have made it famous because it has made good with them. It's a good ex ample of Fosston quality, construction and workmanship. Why Does the Fosston Automatic Do More and Better Work Than Any Other Fanning Mill Mill or Grain Cleaner? The main reason is our patented zinc wheat gang for separating Wild or Tame Oats from wheat. This gang consists of nine zinc sieves, so ingeniously arranged that the most thoro separation is assured, besides giving you a tre: endous ca pacity. Then the bottom screen, which is 6 incites long, equipped with our patent cleaning rack, to keep it clean, is far in advance of anything our compet itors have in this line. Just compare ii with the length of others for instance. We ask you lo come in and look over tnis machine as space does not permit us to to describe the full details of this machine. THOMAS THOMPSON The Minstrel show given by the I High School Igueiis Club was at- I tended by a large audience, which showed its appreciation ol the good ,1 joUcs, at the expense ol some ol our worthy business men, and ex-j ccllcnt music by loudly encoring nearly every number, which was heartily responded to. The hovs I played their parts so well that even their mothers didn't know them. Much praise goes to the concert singers, who were exceptionally good, most of their songs being original, and to Miss Snyder, the musical instructor of the Sisseton Schools, who labored so diligently with them. Mr. Krebs entertained the audience between acts by whistling two good solos. We were carried far into the sunny south by Caroline'', sweetly sung by Miss Gladys Lewis, and "Indian Chief'* sung by Miss Rose Otto brought us back to South Dakota. The re ceipts for the evening were $143, which goes to the Boy's Club to be used to buy necessary equip* ments for their school work. For Sale— Thoroughbred Crys tal White Orpington Cocks, $1.50 each. These arc exceptionally fine birds. Mrs. W. Longstreth, 35-37) Sisseton Agency. I SV Church Notes. Methodist 1 Morning worship at 10:3o. Sunday School at 11:45. lipworth League at 7 ill. livening service at 8. Lnltema. Services next Sunday as follows: Sunday School and Bible class at 12. Luther League at 6:45 livening Service at 8:00. l.'niyer meeting at the church Thursday night. Confirmation Class Saturday at 1:30. PrwbytMlML Junior Congregation 11:30 Sabbath School at 11:45 o'clock Christian Endeavor at 7:09 Morning Service 10:3# Hats! Spring Hats! Newest Creation just in. Mrs. Olson. SISSETON GRAIN MARKETS Wheat $.96c Du ram .. .......... 94c Bye... 78c Barley 49c Oats 32c Flax $2.11 Butter, lb 25c Eggs, doz 25c Corn 4i of Urban & McFariand March 9,10,11 The claim of beautiful millinery is not only in the smartness of fashion but in the low prices. Our new spring hats are here in profusion, so many beauties we can't desribe the all, but just come and see what a gathering of stylish hats we are featur ing at low prices. These have good ..£& •"tBStv-.yS' MM Machinery =4) dash and style. They are close fitting turbans, tricons sailors with with straight and rolling ,brims. They come in all the new^ suit shadestas well as black. Flowers of every description and style'at popular prices. Stylish Millinery at common sen se prices at the old McQuillan store on Main Street.