The Old Reliable
First National Bank
Local and Personal
Dr. Glasier returned Tuesday
from a tup to Minneapolf..
i.-.s ,\J a bei Cl'ilson ot Peever is
spending the week hers with friends
8 in 1 mulvr togs lor boys
und girls at Olson, Olin & Co
Madge Christian is spending the
week with friends in Browns Vall
Editor Farrington of New Ktfing
ton was in the city on business
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Binlsall of
Claire City were Sisseton visitors
Mrs. John Wilkens and son of
Peever are spending the week in
Mrs. Nels Beck of Peever, was a
guest at the O. T. Axness home
Mra. Ezra Phew and daughter of
Fredrick, arrived Friday for a two
weeks visit witn telatives.
Miss Emma Waletich returned
en Friday from a two weeks visit
with relatives at St. Paul.
Rev. Ebert departed on Tues
for (Jlaxeinont. S. D. to attend
Mrs. Iver Hanson and children
returned last week from an extend
ed visit with relatives at points in
Rav Blickman of Little Cedar,
la. was the guest of Jack and Kate
Kagen last week returning home
Mr. Lundon purchased the Theo.
Mannes house on the west side
where he and his slaughter, Josie
Miss. Phylis Lindquist of Fair
mont N. D. arrived Saturday to
visit her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Batterton.
Mrs. Ben Hanson and daughter
departed Friday for points in Iowa
where they will visit about six
weeks with relatives.
Chiefs Simon CheckapauRh
and Mose Kenvillu left Sunday
for an Indian Council at Cherry
Creek west of the Missouri
They are delegates from the
Sisseton Sioux and will confer
with the delegates of nine other
Reservations about the Indian
claim to land on which the city
of Dead wood is built.
To a friend enclose
It's the ideal remember
ence because it's the next
best thing to a visit.
Make the appointment
The Bewe's Stado.
Kst rayed.— Five head ol (.'attic-,
branded an left llank. Finder
notily Christ Week. Sisseton. ti
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gleason, Mis.
I Kvans and Lloyd Gleason ot Claire
city returned on Tuesday from a
few days visit with relatives at
A complete line of
wash t.ogs at Olson. )lm
Mr. and Mrs. Benjmian Carlton
and habv of Sparta, Wis. are expect
ed here to-day for a few days visit
al the home ot Mr. mid Mrs. Paul
Rickert. Mrs. Carlton was former
lv Miss Thressa Lund.
Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz, of Albi
an, Minn, and Albert Newman
and wife of Browns Valley, Minn,
have been visiting friends in Grant
township, the past few days.
Miss. Mildred Corning of Kil
bourn, Wis. arrived last week for a
Merger Bergerson departed Wed.
morning for Grand Forks, to trans
act business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barkee arriv
ed Friday from their wedding tour
and are now comfortably located
in the Prvor house.
weeks visit with Mrs. Paul Rtckert. church. Special service in
She is on her way home from Los evening, music by the choir.
Miss Flossie Brown returned
the fore paat of the week from a
two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs
Harry Otto at Aberdeen.
Mrs. Klatte and children depart
ed for Limo, Ohio, Tuesday after
a six weeks visit herewith her sis
ter Mrs. J.C. Knapp. Mrs. Knapp
accompanied them to Milbank.
Johnson & Sonstegaard have had
their elevator painted this week and
certainly makes a wonderful im
provement along market staeet.
It looms up like an elephant at a
dog and ponv show.
Lost.— In Sisseton June, 16th ex
press money order for $45.00 issu
ed by ihe Dominion Express Com
pany at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Angeles, where she has spent the i.',-jenc}s have received word from
winter. Mrs. Ben Sonstegaard that she was
Christ, Melanchton, Miss. Lena admitted to the Mayo hospital at
Peterson and Mrs. A. L. Stavig de- Rochester on the 15th and that it
parted on Monday for Payliesville was necessary for her to receive
Minn, to attend the wedding of several days treatment before she
their cousin which takes place this could undergo the operation
Mrs. Stapleton, and Miss
glien grandmother and sister of
Mrs. Win. Oletzke, and Mr. and
Mrs. Custer of Howard Lake, Minn.
are visiting at the Oletzke home in
this city for a lew weeks.
Ralph Hvauson, who was the
guest of his sister, Mrs. A. ). Bun-!
de, departed on Friday for his home from
at Volga- Leon Bunde accompani
ed him and will spend uie summer
on his grandfather's farm.
Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Hektnercame
over from Battle Lake, Minn. Mon
day evening, returning Tuesday
morning being accompanied home
by Mrs. VV. L. Johnson and baby,
who will spend a month there with
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rockwell
came over from Kiddei last Thurs
day to spend a few days at the
Swenumson home, returning home
on Wednesday ol this week. Henry
would have liked to stayed all week
but he has about forty acres of Al
falfa and that keeps him pretty
close to home cutting it every once
Mr. and Mrs. Turn Glandor
returned on Sunday evening
!from Minneapolis where they
purchased a new outfit for the
Sisseton Electric Laundry. They
ire going to enlarge the building
and have a modern plant.
Sheriff Minder departed Thur
sday lor Sioux Falls, accompan
ied by Andrew Big Talk who will
serve a year in the penitentiary
there. This leaves the jail empty
the first time sinee Feb. 1. 191 a
when States Attorney Jorgenson
got on the trail ol the blind logg
seems to have them pretty
well cleaned out but is still on
the warpath and locking for more
worlds to conquer.
1916 to Agnes Klatte.
home last week departed on Sat-
urday for Bird Island, Mlnu. Mrs.
Crockett accompanied them.
THE SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
Mrs. Donahue is redorted to be
See those 5 in 1 under togs
for children at Olson, Olin & Co.
Mrs. Bailey of Mil bank is a guest
of her mother, Mrs Tew this week.
Miss Carrie Risdahl of Vehlen is
spending ihe week with friends in
Mrs. L. XV. Foss and children of
Wilmot were guests of Sisseton
friends this week.
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Nygaanl is reported to
be recovering nicely.
Mrs. Marsh of St. Paul arrived
Wednesday for a few days visit
with her sister, Miss Nora Babb.
A marriage license
Finder please notify J. C. Knapp. ingtOii- Mr. Larson is asst cashier
who were the guests at the Crockett
the Farmers State Bank of Him-
new Candy kitchen and Ice Cream their many friduds in wishing them
parlor. He will open for business in jrauc'1 happiness and prospeiity.
the Mctjuilleu building about July Claii City Pi ess.
Prol. A II. Seymour of the Nor
thern Normal and Indust. School
of Aberdeen who is here for
the teachers Institute, will speak
Sunday morning at the Methodist
The Goodwill-Drywood sewing
will hold heir annual sale one
o'clock July 7th at Iver Hagei.s
grove five miles south and one mile
west of Sisseton. Refreshments
will be served and proceeds will be
donated to the Sisseton Free church
and Mrs. (Juinnell arrived
parts unknown Sunday.
They have been on a wedding tour
thru N. D., Canada, etc. Dr. was
held up by custom officers for bring
ing a German over the line, but
Dr. is a good explainer, and they
were freed after their baggage had
Martin Hanson and Peter Li lis
ter have each purchased an Over
land touring car from Salesman
John Akre. They went ud to Lidg
erwooh Sunday to get them but
the cars had failed to arrive, but
thev will he here this week. Albert
O'Grady also purchased an Over
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Houde and
Mrs. Geo Croft returned on Sat
urday from Watet town where thev
attended the encampment of the
G. A. Ii. and W. R. Mesdames
Croft and Houde were delegates
from the loc 1 W. R. C., and A. P.
went along to mind the Ford and
act as hanker. Mrs. Houde was el
ected a member of the Executive
Committe of the W. R. C.
A good old fashion Fourth of
July celebration will be held at
Diamond this year. Hon. Carston
Eggen will de orator of the day.
There will be a base ball game and
scores of other sports. And then,
fishing is mighty good in Lake
Traverse this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Iver Johnson re-
City garage to his partner Russell I pledged themselves as man and
Houde. I wife. Only the near lelatives were
Ira Jencks and S. I-. Aldrich re-! Present. Mr. and Mrs, Schräder
turned on Friday from Minneapolis housekeeping in Biowns
where Mr. Jencks purchased a fine
soda fountain and fixtures for his
operatoi at Neu^ hfling
Owing to ill health Pat Reardou Wednesday June 7th at the A. Bur
has been compelled to discontinue ch home 3 miles southeast of Claire
work in the garage and has dispos- City when Miss. Bessie Burch and
child reus ed of his interests in the Claire'Fred Schräder of Browns Valley
Adding occnred last
altera short honeymoon trip
Tlulichs join with
The Chautauqua at Sisseton is
drawing large crowds despite the
threatening weather. Exception
ally good programs have already
been rendered, but todays and ^to
morrows programs promise to be
the best of the entire week. This
afternoon and evening is Harm's
Jubilee Singers, with a lecture by
Albert Blair in the evening.
Tomorrow afternoon and evening
Castellucci's Boston Band will
play. This band is composed of
fifteen members, each one an ar
tist in his line. The Chautauqua
closes Saturday evening,
A pretty wedding took place
at the Nedaros church on Wed
nesda.v, June 7th at high noon,
when Mr. Thurston Utugaard
was united in marriage to Miss.
Madel Foss. The bride was dress
ed in white crepc-de-chide and
messaline and the groom in the
conventional black. The two bride
maids and flower girls were
dressed ill pale blue crepe and
the best men in navy blue. The
newly-weds will make their home
4* miles northwest of Vehlen.
They are well known and popu
lar young people, the bride hav
ing taught school near Vehlen
for the past four years and the
groom is a prosperous young
farmer of this vicinity.—Vehlen
At the country home of T. .1.
Risdall, on Saturday' June lOtli
occured the marriage of Miss.
AnnaTornina Risdall to Mr. lohn
jSkogland of Lidgerwood. Barr
inga lew friends, only relatives
at the ceremony,
which was performed by the Rev.
.Lee. of New Ellington. The happy
I young people were'the receipient
iof many beautiful and costly
presents and bountiful wedding
dinner was served immediately
following the marriage service.
The bride is the second eldest
daughter of T. J. Risdall one of
the early pioneer farmers of this
section who have made this the
best producing Country in the
northwest. The groom is a con
tractor and builder who has been
at Mahonien,Minn, the past three
years working at his trade. He
has a fine section of land 8 miles
turned on Wednesday from Wilmar south of Lidgerwood where they
Minn, where they attended the Free will make their home. Vehlen
Church conference. Advance-
The City School election Tues
day was one of the most exciting
held here for a number of years
past, and 513 votes were cast. Two
directors were elected for three
years. Magnu." Stavig received
458 votes, H. S. Morris 268 and O.
T. Axness 260.
For sale.—My house and five lots
also store building on main St. all
in Sisseton, S. D. address,
E. M. Bat son
R. D. 36. N. V.
Misses Edith Otto and Esther
Preston are attending the Epworth
League convention at Groton this
The Indians are making prepare
I Mrs. H. I). Messiugham depart-j lions for a big celebration at the
ed last week for Osage, la. where Sisseton Agency on July 4th and
she will visit relatives for an inde-.5th. According to plans tills will
filiate time. Mr. Messington ac-1 be one of the biggest celebrations
compauied her to Minneapolie, ie-'ever held on the reservation.
I Word from Frank Maldaner at
was issued the Swedish hospital states that he
this week to Louis Larson of Ham-j is improving but is still in a very
mer and Olga Larson of New Effi-1serious condition. Mrs. Maldaner
and Mr. and Mrs. Cortelvou aie
Mrs. Day and Children returned
to their home at Graeevitle, Mon
day after a weeks visit at the XVolff
and Robertson homes.
On Tuesday July 4th the Sisse
ton Creamery will be open until 10
A. M. only.
Axel Anderson shipped a car load
of hogs to St. Paul Thursday.
John cCoy left for Minneapolis
Wednesday where he is pre pa ping
a cat for the races July 4th and
this will be no amateur race
Henry Walacer arrived from
Charles City, la. to look after his
Nnlli'i' lei '«instruct SUU'Hjilk.
Tu the several owners and occu
pants (if the lots ami parcels of land
Voll ami each (if you art hereby
uolilled to construct a sidewalk, four
feet wide, as follows: Commencing
at the southwest corner of Block
Seventy-six (7i). thence east ahum
the south side of Block Seventy-six
to Fourth Avenue East, thence east
across Fourth Avenue Hast alone
the south side of
Twenty-four (12&2I) of Block Sev
enty-seven (77). thence east across
Fifth Avenue Hast along the south
side of I,ots Twelve and Twenty
four (12&2-I) of Block Seventy-eight
(7s), I hence east across Sixth Aven
ue Kast along the south side of Lots
Twehe anil Twenty-four (I2A-2-I) of
Block Seventy-nine,- (7!t), I hence
east across Seventh Avenue Kast
along the southside of l/its Twelve
and Twenty-four in Block Highly
the City of Sisseton, South
Dakota, to conform to the establish
eil grade of said City to the heighth
of any adjoining sidewalk, and to
the materials following:
'f'he enrth shall lirst. tie levelled
iIT and hrouuhl to a true and even
grade six (H) inches below the tin
Mied urade of the proposed side
uallc this earth shall then lie thor
oughly lammed and then covered
with a lud of sand or gravel of from
two t'J) to two and one half (2 1-2)
inches in thickiie.ss after this foun
dation has been thoroughly com
pressed by ramming there shall be
.-pi-cad thereon a bed of concrete
three (.')) Inches in thickness: this
concrete shall be thoroughly stamp
ed until free mortar appears, and
shall lie composed of 1 he following
proportions of cement, sand and gra
vel: O'"' (I) part by measure of
the liest Portland cement, ei|iial in
«tu»Illy lo Alpha, Vulcanite or White
hall brands, to live (f,) parts liy
measure of good, clean, sharp sand
and gravel: ibis material shall first
be mixed dry in a thorough manner
by turning at least two times it
shall then lie wetted to tin* consis
tency of a thick mortar after being
put in place this concrete shall he
struck off with a straight edge -o
an even surface and a lop coat
placed hereon. consisting of mn
part of said cement to I wo parts of
clean, sharp lake sand and at lea-1
one inch thick this top coal shall
be trowelled inlo I lie concrete thor
oughly and smoothed off lo an even
surface Willi a trowel ami cut inlo
(|iiai-" or rectangular blocks, not
exceeding four feel lie largest wav:
this top coat shall I ilea lie given a
rough llnish with what is common!'
known as float al lea«l one barrel
of cement shall tie used in const rue'
ing each sixty (fill) feet of sidewalk,
four feet wide and proportionately
more for the wider walks.
And that the said sidewalk shall
In- constructed on or before the I-it
day of August, I'll«. And you are
notified that pursuant, to a resolu
tion adopted .June 12, you a re
hereby required to construct and
complete said sidewalk in accord
ance with said specifications, and
along the above described lots and
parcels of land, at your own ex
pense, not later than August 1, lu
and that unless same is so construc
ted within said time, the same will
be built and constructed by the City
of Sisseton, S. IX, and the costs
thereof assessed against said lots
and parcels of land according to
Dated June 12, 1916.
.1. N. SPACKMAN,
Alweye In Prrfrrl Hilinrf the Tea* MmIt* Werk.
Both gangs raised by the right hand lever, leaving Ihe
left hand Iree to drive the team. It is always in balance,
whether the gangs are raised or lowered, and the pole will
not fly up. The gangs are raised Irom the ground by the
team that's why it is called a "Horse-Lilt" Cultivator.
This is the principle upon which it is constructed, tiut
the perfection of this movement will be better appreciated
when you realize that this Cultivator is composed ol lewer
parts than are used in other cultivators of this class.
CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS
All Kinds of Up-to-Date Farm Machinery
One Road News.
Andrew Solen and nephew (.eo.
Solen have been ill Webster on
business the last lew clays.
Robert Norton arrived from
Canada Saturday, called here by
the serious illness of his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Sprag and family
of Summit were oyer Sunday visi
tors al the home of their daughter,
Mrs. Andrew Kerkaski.
Mrs. llolver Holverson is mak
ing an e.xtendid visit with her
daughter, Mrs. V. O. I'aulson and
Geo. Akin and John Johnson
were business callers in Ottley
Joseph Oswesky was the pur
chaser of a fine horse and buggy
Mis. Marteuso'i of llerriod, this
state is visiting with her sister Mrs.
Andrew Johnstead, Mrs. Hans
Stavig and brother P. O. I'aulson.
Set vices next Sunday al 10:30
Luther Ix-ague at (i:45
Confirmation class meets Satur
day at the church.
l'rof. L. 1!. Sutern of Everett,
will preach nie mommy sermon al
Parochial school opens Monday
at nine o'clock.
No Sunday School orllible Class
during parochial school.
The Lakeview Ladies Aid meet
with Mrs. L. Nelson Wednesday,
June 28, at 3 o'clock.
Adelsteil lierg will speak al Lake
view next Thursday at 3 p. m. He
will speak in Sisseton in the even
ing at 8 o'clock, and on Friday in
the Saron church at 3 o'clock.
Service in Saron church Sunday
at 3 p. m.
Our representative will call oil
you ill the next few days and ex
plain our big special offer. Take
advantage of it. when liecalls as the
offer wont be made again.
Just One Ford Delivered Each Day
Last Week And One Reo
Every Oihcr Day.
The cars we sell aie (»old Stand
ard. They are bought because they
are known, and the better they be
come known the more we sell.
Auey Bros., at Peever hare
bought many cars from us. P. L.
Stavig has bought his third car
from us, and Gust Fordahl is on
our regular customer list. It is a
pleasure to us to meet our old
customers and deal with them, and
we are always on the lookout for
new customers so they will become
old customers after a while.
The following are names of those
to whom we delivered cars to last
R. H. Aney, Peever, Ford.
P. L. Stavig, Sisseton, Ford.
H. C. Kurrascli, Peever, Ford.
Paul M. Rickert, Sisseton, Ford.
Ludvig llustaud, Sisseton, Ford.
Axel Anderson, Ellington, Ford.
Gust Fordahl, Sisseton, Reo, Four
Henry Johnson, Ro.sholt, Reer
M. Mickelson, Sisseton, Reo,
The Carlberg Company.
School Hoard of Sisseton town
.ship no. 1, will hold a meeting in
the town hall Sisseton, S. D. on
Saturday .June, 24uli for the pur
pose of considering the building
of a new school house or repair
ing the old one. All patrons of'
this district are requested to
make a special effort to attend.
Signed by School Hoard.
J. M. Hanson, Clerk.
A. O. Torvick, Treas.
THE OLD RELIABLE
MADE FROM OR£AM OF TARTAR
Roy Steele, Chairman.
The Woodmen initiated three
new members Tuesday evening,
lit nest Houde, Joe Lauback aud
Andrew Teigen. They sure had a
line time especially when they tried
!to buffalo "Jlunny.'' Thirty-five
new members have been taken in
the past winter. A special meet
ing will In- held on Friday evening
of this wetk to take in another
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