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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, March 24, 1916, Image 5

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K. N. Judkms
The Old Reliable
First National Bank
Sisseton, S. D.
Local and Personal
a business
caller in Wilmotlast Friday.
Dvron Hanson is reported seri
ously ill with typhoid lever.
Clifford 01 berg of New KITing
ton was in Sisseton Wednesday.
Mrs. Geo. Gosline was a busi­|for
ness caller from Peever Saturday.
Will Oliver and wife were call
ers from New Ivffington Saturday.
For Rent—A large, wann, well
furnished room. Inquire of Mrs.
Peever. (40tf)
Mrs. Nels Beck of Peever is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Axness of this city.
Mrs. Momeny returned Tuesday
from Montevideo where she sient
several days with her son.
Miss Clara Axness arrived from
Minneapolis the first of the week
for a visit at her home here.
James Honeysetee and Ezra
Lewis were in from New Effington
Friday night to attend the dance.
Joe Pint returned Thursday
from Minneapolis where he has
been receiving medical treatment.
Clifford PiefTer arrived from
Waukeshaw, Wis., Wednesday
for a visit with old Sisseton friends
Miss Mabel Sweeney arrived
from Fargo Tuesday to attend
the funeral of her sister Nellie
Mr. and Mrs. Tlios Osiuan of
Hcardsley visited Sisseton friends
from Friday of last week to Tues
day of this.
0. S. Oplieim lias for cilii"a
second hand live passon ir Lour
inufi-ai'. It. is in uood condition
and Llii' pricc is right.
Guaranteed, el iable?
New line of Aprons—big, roomy coveralls.
New Scrim for Curtains from
Dustless, oiled mop for
Mr. Cummins of Wllinot visited
Sisseton friends Friday. ,.t-\
I'aul Rickert returned Wednes
day from a business tup to the
Verne Carlberg and Frank Stauf
fer were business callers 111 Vehlen
Claude Cool arrived home last
F'iday from Battle l.ake, Minn.'
a visit with his mother.
J. A. Jonson, piano tuner, is 111
town and if your piano needs tun
ing call or phone Commercial
John Waletich returned Monday
from Minneapolis where he spent
two weeks visiting relatives and
Andrew Marvick returned Sat
urday from a business trip to
points in Iowa, Minnesota and
North Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harring
ton of Keldron, S. D. arrived Sat
urday to attend the funeral of
Grandma Harrington.
Gideon Walker, residing near
Long Hollow church died from
consumption Sunday and was
buried in the Mission cenetery on
Mrs. Edd Babb and children re
turned to their home in Sask.,
Canada, Thursday. They have
been here and at Wilmot visiting
relatives since January.
Aldo Peter who has been in a,
Minneapolis hospital the past
three weeks receiving treatment
for injuries received from being
kicked in the face bv a horse, has
recovered and arrived home Mon
day 110011.
Dan Babb, Oscar Beaver, Dick
Morrison, Otto Strand. Tom
Kelly anil Mr. and Mrs. O. R.
Chilson of Wilmot came up Mon
'day noon to attend the Inner.il of
Chas. Strand.
Incubators, Hovers and Brooders.
The kind that the company backs.
Ask to see them!
We can save you money on Embroidery.
See our line before buying elsewhere.
Prices from 7c up.
"The Store That Sells for Less1
B. Meore, Prop. Sweton, S. Dak.
Dr. Quinnell returned home
Wednesday from a week's busi
ness trip to points in North Dako
Judge Batterton and wife re
turned Thursday from a three
months sojourn along the west!
coast. They are both looking line
and as though they had thorough
ly enjoyed the trip.
Mrs, Coffaa of Minneapolis has!
accepted a position as cashier at
the Palace Cate. Leslie Horton
who formerly held that position',
has yonv to the country to spend,
the summer.
Mrs. Robinson came down from
Vehlen Monday 10 assist in carving
for her son Homer who is ill with
pneumonia. At this writing he is
somewhat improved and prospi-cts
are he will fully recover
II. I, Spackman returned home
Thursday night from Nicaraugua
where he spent several weeks look
ing alter the interests of Com pa
Creek Company's banana planta-!
lion, of which lie is .secretary.
The house occupied by Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Slmmway east of town 1
was destroyed by fire last Thursday I
morning. Most of the household]
belongings were saved but the
building was totally destroyed.
The property was owned by H.
II. J. Strand, the drayman, has
opened office in th-Doyle building
recently vacated by Barber Swan
son. David Peever has accepted
a position as chief clerk and is on
the job all the time to take your
order. Phone 282 when you want
any hauling done.
Alfred Erickson has opened a
special operation department 111
the Teigen Bros. Gaiage for vul
canizing automobile casings and
tubes. Al has had considerable
experience along this line and is
turning out good work. The place
is known as the Meridian Tire
Service Station.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Swenson
are the proud mamma and papa to
a little girl who arrived at their
home lsst Friday morning from
Minneapolis age six months. That
this little one should find such a
pleasant home is certainly fortunate
and Pa Swenson is proud as a
Mr. Miles arrived from Aber
deen Monday to accept a position
at the Sanitary Barber Shop. Mr.
Carrier the proprietor of this up
to-date establishment is enjoying a
splendid business and has decided
to have one night, Thursday, for
the ladies to have hair shampoo
and massage work done. Read
his new ad in tnis issue.
Mrs. W. L. Kennedy returned
to her home at Osage, la., Monday
after a months visit here with her'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. D.
Massingham. She was called here
to assist her mother who was in
jured in fall. Our readers will
be pleased to learn that Mrs. Mas
singliam has recovered sullieieiitl v!
to lie able to he around some.
lver Hanson has started a tell
anil lit teen cent Baggage and Fx
press line and solicits the patron
age of the people of Sisseton.
Sisseton has been in need of just
such service for a long time as
there are often times when the
drays are all busy with heavy
work and cannot be gotten, but
with Mr. Hanson's rig at your
service at all times it will be a
great convenience. Phone 49.
For Sale
Early White and Yellow Dent
Seed Corn grown in Day County,
S. D., good germination §3.50
per bushel. Alfalfa seed
on old ground 40c per pound.
E. M. Monson.
(40-41) Waubay, S. D.
Summer School.
Two six weeks
terms, June
July 21, July 24—September 1
Every subject for every grade of
certificate. Tuition and expenses
low. Send for bulletin. Northern
Normal and Industrial School,
Aberdeen, 8. D.
Get your rubbers at the Golden
Hardy Gilbert was a caller from
Rosholt Sunday.
H. S. Morris is in the cities on
business this week.
Mrs. J. O. Andrews is on the
sick list this week.
If you want a nice dressy shoe
come to the ('»olden Rule.
Dr. Glasier is spending the
week at Des Moines and Chicago.
Miss Teoliea Mickelson departed
Saturday mm ning for a te.i days'
visit in the cities.
If you want a nice suit or coat
this spring mi will lind it at the
Golden Itule^
Mrs. XV- Swanson and soli re
turned home I'lida.v from a visit
with relatives at XVihnul.
I. V. l'auison lias accepted a
position as traveling salesman for
the Thompson Hardware.
Master will soon lie hero and
you will sine lind jour new suit
or coat at the Golden Rule.
Farmers who are in Need of
seed corn see .1. C. Paulson. IK
still has a few bushels lelt to dis
pose of.
To reduce the high cost of living
begin at the bottom. XVear, Wear
U- Weill Shoes. On sale at Burns
& Wolff.
Mr. ".stub" Erickson who has
been a guest at the W. L. Johnson
home the past week returned to
his home at White Rock yesterday.
Mrs. T. H. Hillary of Hopkins,
Minn., arrived Thursday evening
for a visit with her mother, Mrs.
Helen Oliver. Mrs. Oliver has
been sick for two weeks but is
some better at this writing.
For tib-to-date bats at cheap
prices go to Burns Wolff.
There is no piece like the Gol
den Rule lor nice seit« end
Is a Scientifically Made Seeding Machine
is just as necessary to seed scientifically as to
plow scientifically. Scientific seeding is getting
seed in the ground at a certain depth and at a
uniform depth. On these principles depends the uniform sprouting
of grain, uniform growth and ripening. Most all grain drills get the
grain in a certain depth, but the MONITOR DOUBLE DISC GRAIN
DRILL is the only drill that leaves the seeds at a uniform depth.
Because on a MONITOR DRILL the seed falls ahead of the hub,
this cuts out the chance of the grain being carried along with dirt
from the seed bed that clings to the discs.
Call at our store and look over the MONITOR
DRILL We will take pleasure in showing you on this drill the
greatest scientific principle in seeding small grain—a principle not
found on any other Grain Drill.
ompson ardware
5 cents for Standard Calicos at
the Golden Rule.
Mrs. W. K. Glasier departed for
Sioux Falls on business Tuesday.
Attorney Carston Eggen of New
HflSngton transacted business here
New skirts, new waists, you will
find the very latest at the Golden
Mr. Miller of the Unicjue has
succeeded in securing several six
reel features of Charlie Chaplin.
The first will be "Shanghied"
next XVednesday evening, March,
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, Mr. and
Mrs. (). M. Lien, Mr and Mrs.
N Johnson, Mr and Mrs. I.
.lenks and Mr and Mrs. Aaron
Arroxvsmilli entertained a large
crowd at the Stevens home on St.
Patricks evening. The time was
spent wilh a program and Irish
jokes and stories climaxed with a
The remains ol Miss Nellie Con
nelly who died al the home of her
.sister, Mrs. Stall at Rochester, ar
rived here Tuesday morning for
burial, accompanied bv the father
and iii' ther. Nellie Connelly was
lly,"ears od and was the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Connelly of
Long Hollow township. About
three months ago she went to Ro
chester for treatment for inflama
tor.y rheumatism, and was improv
ing until about a month ago, when
she was suddenly taken worse and
her mother was sent for. Her
father and mother were both with
her at the time of her death.
Wheat 1.98c
Duram gle
ityfc 75e
Barley 53c
Oats 32c
Better, lb Ät
Will Thelin has accepted a posi
tion with the Golden Rule Cloth
ing Co. at Wilmot. He will move
his family down there at once.
The meeting of the Civic League
was postponed last week. They
will meet Saturday afternoon Mar.
25th at the regular hour. They
request your presence.
Dakota grown IJahlia Bulbs for
sale. All of the most beautiful
colors and forms. 6 for 25c by
mail. Alda M. Miller.
(40 48) Diamond, S. I).
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lund berg
are moving into their house form
erly occupied by Will Thelin.
At a meeting of the Cemetery
Association last Saturday after
noon the following officers were
elected: 11. L. Cortelyou. presi
dent K.C. Gamin, secretary and
treasuiev: Casper Kennedy, Mrs.ji
lugersoil Mrs. Roy Steel, Robert
iLaing and N. .1. I'ryor, directors,
Tlios. Thompson extends to the
people of Sisseton and vicinity a
ordial invitation to attend a lec
ture on Soil Cultivation and Scien
tific Farming at his store Monday,
March 1 at 1:30 o'clock". Mr. A.
I1. Olinger, agronomist for the Mo
line Plow Co.. of Moline, 111., is
the speaker. The lecture will
treat better crop raising of wheat
alfalfa and clover.
Friday evening a large number
of friends of Mrs. Chas. Williams
were that ladies guests at a St.
Patrick's party/ Cards and
delicious supper were the major
features of the evening,
thoroughly enjoyed in their
The guests were received
at the
door by two little coleens and
ushered into rooms decorated
keeping with
Patricks Day, flowers, flags, sham
rock and favors all emphasizing
the emerald shade. At the supper
the table decorations and
There is every reason why
summer attendance at The
Granger School, Aberdeen, 8.
D., is profitable. Good air, good
light, full corps of teacher. En
roll March 27.
Mr. and Mrs. John Woulph are
the proud parents of a 11 pound
boy born Satuaday, March 18,
If you are
in purity first:
is what you
shcif always
There are n*".*1y
other reasons
try a
can and see for

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