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Mi Local and Personal E. C.. Gamm is spending the weck in the cities on business. Magnus Stavig is transacting business in Chicago this week. Mrs. Joe Robbie is suffering severly from an silitis. Found—Kerosene lump for auto. Owner can have same by calling at this office. Conrad Rustaml of Wilmot Sun- Mrs. Jesse Cottingliam dayed with his brother this city. Oscar Gravdulil auloed up Madison Saturday for week's visit with relatives. Watch for the list next week. xJNotice of Piling Nominating Pe f-iii tition. •«otiee 1*Hereby V.lveu. That nomiimtiin: m tition» huve becu hletl ill the olficc of the Sfcrv tary for the Hoard of the Sisseton Imlenemlcut School District of the City of Sisseto«, County of Robert* and South Dakota for the following named Person«: M. 1.. Slavic. U.S. MorrUntul Ot r. AxiietMi, for members of the Bottrd of Kdu c*tiou to lc voted upon at the unnunl election of *nid School District to te held on the Third Tuesday Jooe, 1916, between the hours of 1 o'clock noon and 5 o'clock*in the afternoon of Midday. i- A Krank R. McKeuna. Secretary of the Hoard of Kducution of the Sisseton Independent School District. Not:ce to Creditors State of South Dakota. County of Roberta la County Court l» tbeMattcrof the l'ulnlt of Mary Unlilin, Notice I* hereby given to all persons having cUlmaeainrt the above estate to exhibit them. «Jtb.tbf neceiMrs vouchers, to Allien Dnhlin. »aielBMtrnlor of the above estate, at his place of 1 Dry Wood Lake Township. Robert. CtMty, Sooth Dakota, withiu four months after the Int publication of this notice. irlrst publication June 9.1916. .MM the 7th day of Jane. 1916. ALBERT DAHUN. Ä' Administrator of the «state of •tor» Dublin, estate. W. Barrlagtoe, Atty for Administrator. ft» vr P. S. Kinney of Coude, S. D„ transacted business here Tues day. Ferdinand Otto arrived Tues day from Iowa for a visit with relatives. J. W. Thomas is attending the Hiirnessmakers (Convention at attack of. ton Watertown this week. Mrs. Lillibridge of Minneapolis is the guest of her father, N. I'ryor, and her sister, Mrs. C. Swell son. l.udvig of children departed Wednesday for Klkton, Penn., for from v's'1 L- S Cummings, Piano Tuner Monday fioni a few (lavs' visit with )s here again. Will call on you relatives and friends the cities, flrtjt pf week. Phone 11(5. Mr. and Mrs. Joe KaMman, Miss Carritf OisfjfthJ has tesigii- ^ik. Grafeiihtaf mid Mrs. (J. W'ey ed her position at the Golde» Rule K'nd of Browns Valley were guest* and departed Monday for her home ^rs- lj'ck •t Vehlen. When you want to get a gaso- Dana Babcock arrived home on Friday night from the Minnesota "JJ" to djifnd his annual summer' vacation, •Mi«» -Mitima Waielich left Moil-1 day night for St. Paul to visit her! sister Tillie who is having dental work done there. E. B. Baker of Aberdeen, Speci al Agent for the Dakota Central Telephone Company was here on 'business this week. Misses Rosa Thompson and Emma Erickson returned home Saturday night from Aberdeen where they visited friends. Miss Lucille Christians returned home Tuesday from McLaughlin, this state where, she has just clos ed a successful term of school. Miss Alma Johnson returned to her home at Fergus Falls this week after an extend id visit with her sister, Mrs, Blaine Kruger of this city. Anyone in the market for a Chalmers, Oakland Six or Dodge car, would like to have them come in and talk it over with me. I will take in your old car as payment, and we are now in a po sition to make immediate deliver ies. W. D. Wilson. Ford» Rambling Right Along. The past week we delivered Ebrd cars to: $|P. E. Ltiing, Peever Ben Pairbault, Peever /$ Wm. Heinecke, Sisseton P. J. Maw, Mil bank And one six-cylinder seven passenger Reo to Andrew Tor vik Sisseton. uul 1111 extended with her mother. W. I'. Carlberg and family and |spend the summer. Verne Carlberg returned home on Christ inns, Monday, line or oil stove go to C. Preston who lins the largest stock in town, new and second hand. Miss Flossie Brfuvn departed Saturday for an extend id visit with her brother-in-law and sis Iter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Otto at Aberdeen. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Truwe of 1 Young -Atiierica. Minnesota, ar rived Monday for a visit with the ijehn Minder family. The gentle men are cousins. Mrs. Dell Carter has taken Miss Margaret Domick's place as book keeper at the Sisseton Exchange of the Dakota Central Telephone Co., while Miss Domick is taking her vacation. Supt. Russell of the Government School was a business caller here Monday. He left a nice order for invitations, programs, etc. at the Standard office, a copy of which will be found on another page of this issue. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Greenlund of New Effington, were week end visitors at the J. C. Paulson home. They were accompanied on their return home by their daughter, Lilly, who attended high school here the past year. Parks, that pitcher, arrived Tuesday night from Balsom Lake, Wis., and will pitch for Sisseton. This fellow pitched for Havana last year and when ever Sisseton ran up against him they met their Waterloo Six car loads of Sisseton young people took in the dance at Hurt ford Tuesday night. It was the opening dance of the season at that place and there was a line crowd. It goes without saying that they all had a fine time The contract for the erection of of a two story, fireproof school at Roiilyn has been let to Carlson & Hasslin of Ortonville, Minn., and work will be commenced as soon as material can arrive. The new school hause will be ready for oc cupancy when school opens in the fall. HAY LAND—SW* NWJ and lot 3 Sec 17-125-52. Until June 20 1916, I will receive cash bids by by mail for the above described hay land. D. B. Compton. (2t) Webster, S. D. Dr. Quinnell Married. The marriage of Dr. Quinnell of Sisseton and Miss Gertrude Schil ling took place at the bride's home in St. Paul, Wednesday. They left St. Paul at once to visit his mother at Pembina and other points in North Dakota, before returning to Sisseton where they will make their home. Dr. Quinnell is one of the lead ing physicians of this territory, who located here about a year ago. He has worked up a splendid prac tice and made many staunch friend. lliss Schilling is a trained nurse and has had several years of prac tice in a hospital in St. Paul. She waHä Sissetoa visitor last fall and 4MiW,W «ler be« made many Wfr*- mmm ^Wp mng couple their acquaintances extend »W «•eietulattous. D. P. Stevens is in Peever this week. Verne Wolheater Sundayed at Watertown. Wm. Hozwell and wife depart ed Monday for Minneapolis. Drs. (,'ook and Taplin of Veh len were Sisseton callers Wed nesday. Henry Hanson is a new as sistant at the Golden Rule Cloth ing Co. N. H. Cazala of Taconia, Wash, has accepted a position as cook at the I'a lace Cale Mrs. Hatlie Hill and children went, to Claire Git.y Monday, to rsi .ly Fhilli|)s an(1 son re 11 oui a turned home Saturday few days visit ut Wilmot. Miss Lena .Strand departed Wednesday night for a visit with relatives at Aberdeen. Dana Babcock is wo ruing in the Rex till Drug Store during the proprietor's absence. Eddie liailly and bride arrived Saturday from Mil bank. Their friends extend congratulations. Mr- and Mrs. Theo. Mannes returned home Tuesday night from a few days' business visit at Ortonville. Harry Barnett, W. D. Mitten, Geo. liailly, and E. J. Leary of Browns Valley were business callers here Tuesday. Mrs. Martinson and son from the western part of the state are guests of her sister, rs. Hans Stavig this week. Miss Nellie Davis returned home Sunday from New Effing ton where she has been employ ed as compositor at the Record office. Mrs. Turner and her Sunday School class, consisting of nine girls, departed Wednesday for a few days' outing at Bonanza Park. r. Snyder who has been the guest of his daughter, Mrs. A. Arrowsinith the past month has returned to his home at Belling, ham, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Sater en are expected home this week from Everett, Wash., to spend the summer at the Swenumson and Sateren homes. r. and rs. J. A. Peterson and Edith and Ralph and Miss Meta Lepler autoed out to the Mickelson farm Sunday and spent the afternoon. A very pleasant event of the week took place at the Jiin Mc Gee home last Sunday evening when the members of the R. N. A. tendered Miss Carrie Risdahl a farewell reception. They had a good time as these ladies al ways do. Light refreshments were served. Good draft team for sale Roan and a black, weight about 1400 each. Ages 5 and 8 also a good wagon. Tom Osmam. (49tf) Sisseton, S. D. Sisseton won their sixth straight win Tuesday by taking the long end of a 13-4 game from Beardsley. Hard hitting by the locals and errors by Beardsley predominated. Laurie and Ryan opposed each othar for the second time this year, Laurie again taking the honors, striking out 13 men to Ryan's 3. Errors behind Ryan were responsi ble for six runs, while Laurie eased up in the seventh, allowing two Beardsley men around in the sev enth and two in the nineth. Philips had the misfortune to step into one of Ryan's fast balls, taking it in the head. Tho a little swell headed he stayed in the game Skoglund took the laundry prize with his three base clout. Gleason and Shnbert' divided hitting honors with three bingles out of five for each. Eastman and Skoglund each getting a pair. Batting Average of Team Kelly 480 Philips..... 380 Glaaner 340 Skoogland.. .330 Smith .300 Dean .258 Hartman. ..*258 Shnbert......230 Laurie. 153 Twm average ZVD -••www?!' fPH-r THE SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD. I Miss Gertie Sobion left Wed nesday for Westby, Wis., where she will spend her two weeks' vacation with relatives a 11 friends. Magnus Stavig took his son Lawrence to Minneapolis last Saturday where he underwent an operation. He is reported getting along nicely. The Misses Laura Stavig and Lydia Marvick returned home this week from Northfield, Minn, where they attended the St. Olaf College the past year. They were accompanied by the Misses Mabel Swenumson and Hilda Stavig who went down there the past week to attend the com mencement exercises at the college. On last Thursday, Mrs. läääßt MM?"'"'-' «Z Pos8 of Wilmot, a former member of the Sisseton Zenith Club enter tained these ladies at her home. Namely, Mesdames Axness, Babcock, Cottingham, Thompson Richert, Spackman, Opheim, Stevens, Croal, Lukanitach, Tur ner, Knapp, Jorgenson and Rob ertson. A very sociable after noon was spent and at five o'clock the hostess served a very delicious supper. The Zenith Club members are warm to their praise of Mrs. Fbss for this good time. The lloUBU Ot IvUJi!-CIIIH'IJUCI Hub Möllenbeck is spendiiiLt the week in Watertown. Work and driving horses tor sale at my barn. Nels Johnson. (tf) Ezra Lewis and Jim Honey sette are the owners of a new Ford. Tom McGee and family of New Effington were in Sisseton Sunday. Lost—Northwest of city, straw hat with pink trimming. Phone Elmer Eddy. Mr. and Mrs. Ruckdaschel of Long Hollow were Sisseton visi tors Tuesday. Mrs. Day and children of Graceville are guests at the Robertson and Wolff homes. Mrs. Emerson returned last Thursday from Iowa where she has been nursing an invalid sis ter. Ralph Evanson arrived Thurs day from Hettland, S. D. for a week's visit with his sister Mrs. A. O. Bunde. Dr. Glaiser made a hurried trip to the Nels Iverson home, west of town, Tuesday and brought that gentleman to the hospital where he underwent an operation for appendicitis. He is getting along as well as could be expected. TODAY, as never before, the great American People are looking to their traditions. They are reaching backward to the sources of true Americanism for that inspiration so vital to onward progress. They are measuring each other and themselves today by the old standand of honesty, integrity, grit and purpose. You cannot fool even "half of the people half of the time," any longer. You ve got to be and look like what you would have folks think you are. We, as clothiers to that part of the American Citizenry who call this city mm: home, are probably privileged to see more of this spirit of true expressiveness than most men. We are meeting this "looking the part" de- mand every day. We are helping! hundreds of men to express out wardly their through and through worth. We are the decorators of American Manhood, and that we are so successful in the performance of our duty, is due in no small measure to our associa tion with the fastest growing clothing house THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER designers extraordinary of good clothes |for true-blue Americans.? STAVIG BROS. Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings The Roberts Countv Sunday I School Association wiil hold the I annual meeting at Wilmot 011 I Tuesday and Wednesday, June 13 14. Miss Tryphena ly.iwis return ed to her home at Like Cr.ystil last Thursday after a week's visit with her cousins, the Miss es Gladys and Tryphenia Lewis. Dr. Peterson took F. P. Mai daner to Minneapolis Monday, where lie underwent an opera tion for appendicitis at the Swed ish hospital. Dr. returned Wed uesday and reported him doing fine. F. M. Stover, Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue of the St. Paul Division was in Sisseton this week checking up deed records in the Register of Deed's office. The register of deeds says that he was advised by the collector not to re ceive deeds in the future which show a consideration of one dollar and other valuation consideration unless such deeds show the actual consideration in the margin of the deed, which is excepted. The Register of Deeds has also a ruling that when a sale is made of real es tates and a mortgage is given as a part of purchase price this can be deducted from purchase price if it is cited in the deed. Presbyterian. Morning worship at 1 ().:(.) Sabbath School at 11:4") Gel. every scholar present. Children's Da.y next week. You can forg°t that dread and tear, for hail, fire and wind, from which you are not immune, if you take a policy in a standard com pany signed by William Swcdlund. Amy One Road arrived from Carlisle Thursday to spend the summer with her parent. No Christian Endeavor or even ing services at the Presbyterian church Sunday. The Baccalur ate sermon will be delivered at the Government School. Ed Qualntance departed Mon day for Omaha to spend a week with his mother. He contempl ates some real eats while home. "HOP the Devil's Brew" at the Unique tonight. This is dramatic portrayal of the secret method of the opium traffic. Miss Mary Paulson has sever ed her connections with the Sis seton Standard. Estrsyed Came to my place on Section 28 in Long Hollow township, 4 calves. Owner may have same by proving property and paying for cost of keep. C. A.Sorenson- •j