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largest Bank in Roberts Co. Starts a Bank Account Come In and See Us. We Welcome Small Accounts As Well As Big Ones. Always at Your Service Citizens National Bank SUMMIT AND VICINITY From Our Regular Correspondent G. VV. Bollmau of Ortley town ship purchased a Ford here last week. Andrew Jorgenson came home on furlough last week to see the folks before going South with the Minnesota battery. Miss Mabel Good ell of Waubay spent Sunday here with the R. Ohm family. i,': Gilbert Morgan autoed over from Bristol Friday on business. THANK YOUR GROCER if he asks you to try a can of BAKING POWDER He wants todo you a favor— heknowswhat brands to rec ommend from ence. band at Missoula, Mont. Fred was one of the best butter-maker Summit ever had. Wiley Bros, shipped five cars of stock and Sell ad and Halvor two cars Saturday. The farmers of this vicinity are finding that stock raisingis more profitable than grain and there is an increase in ship ment of both hogs and cattle. Mr. and Mrs. O. Fosness spent Sunday at Watson with his parents. Mrs. James Smith of Summit The infant daughter of E. J. township took her daughter Olive Savidge and wife has been very to Rochester Tuesday, by way of'low this week with inflamation of Brookings, for an operation for ap the bowels. Dr. Peabody was call pendicitis, ed from Webster, also a nurse. Ella Aitkenson of Brook- Latest reports tells of a slight itil ings accompanied her brother Clias. provement. Wordward home Wednesday for a George Runge came up from short visit here and later left for I Twin Brooks Thursday for a visit Sisseton and Wilniot to visit with his uncle, Albert Runge and friends. family. Mrs. Fred Madsen and children I Mailcarrie'r Ole Froke is spend arrived Saturday morning for a visit, *ll8 his vacation in Minneapolis with the P. W. W. Poor family, while on her way to join her hus- with friends. Albert Peterson is driving mail as his substitute. Mrs. Stuvant and children re turned the first of the week to their home at Peoria, 111. They have been visiting her brother H. M. Fuller and family of Summit township. Orrie Gilliland and family visit ed at Ortley Saturday and Sunday. Kiln and Myrtle Kempen visited at Waubay Friday. C. Strike was at Twin Brooks Wednesday on business. Prot. Lern Kühl was in town Thursday and shipped his goods which lie had stored here to his new home at Corsica, S. D. where he will teach the coming year. Mrs. Kltner Herri ed returned Thursday from Aberdeen where she has been visiting at the Theo. AÄderberg home. Orrie Gilliland gave an exhibi tion of his bundle loader at work on the Reed farm one-half mile north of town. A representative of the International Harvester company was there. There is talk of or ganizing a local corporation to sell and produce the machine. Mrs. Olaf Melby and child»en left Thursday for Westby, her old home, where she will visit telatives and friends. A family reunion is being held at the Ben P. Willson home this week, those present being Guy Willson and wife of Watertown, Gene Willson and wife of Water town, Marly Willson and wife of Aberdeen, Mrs. Cram*of Salt Lake City, H. A. Willson and wife of Kansas City and I. R. Willson and wife of Osage, Iowa, and a jolly crowd they make. Ml* Zimmermen of Graceville Is as#l*liig at the Plalace Cafe. LOCAL OVERFLOW I-'or Rent—Bert Horton farm. L. P. Satre, Madison, Minn. Miss Martlia Morris is the new assistant at the County Auditors office. Jack Madera and George Miller .of MilhanU were Sisseton visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Win. Slievehmd of Mauley Kails was a fliest at the Hans Fagerlaud home Tuesday. Mrs. Mai Roberts arrived from St. l'am Tuesday for a visit with her brother and wife, Mr. and is. J. C. Knapp. Dr. and Mrs. Robertson autoed over to Hartford Friday to spend the week end, They came home by train Monday night. Hal vor Strmd autoed to Waubay with his sister Mrs. Leclmess this week. Mrs. Leclmtss has been visiting relatives here for several weeks. Mr. Bunt, Distiict Superinten dent of the M. church was here Monday from Aberdeen and held (juarterly conference in the after noon. It was an interesting meet ing. Mr. Moeof Browns Valley lias accepted a position at the Dady ton sorial parlor. Mr. Moe is an ex cellant musician and is organizing a orchestra here which will play at the Unique when it re opens. Last week Andrew Teigen pur chased the house on the east side know as the Bailly propeity now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schumway, The Teigen family will occupy the same about the 1st of September. Word was received from Mrs. I. C. Hill this week that she and her daughter. Miss Susan would arrive in Sisseton next week to make their home here again. Mrs. Hill spent the past year at Fail-mount, Minn., and Miss Susan traveled to the Pacific coast. Their man Sisseton friends will welcome them back. Long Hollow News. A Luther League was organized in the Saron church a few weeks ago with the assistance of Rev. Rudie. Anna Mikelson is acting president, while the othei officers have not et been chosen. The League meets during the Sunday school hour and it wishes all the young people would get interested Notice of Mortgage Sale WHKKKAS, Default has leeii made in the con ditions of a certain mortgage containing a power ot sale, uiven by John Ness and Barbara Ness, Iiis wife, mortgagors, to the Farmers State Hank of Sisseton, South Dakota, morttrauec. which said mortuagc was dated the 8th day of Mav, 1914, and tiled for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Roberts and State of South Dakota on the 7th day of July, 1916, nt 4:20 o'clock V. M. and was duly recorded in Hook 44" of Mortgages nt Vnge "361" mortgaging the following dcscriled Intid situated, Iving and Iw ing in the County of Roterts and State of South Dakota, to-wlt: The Southeast Quarter (Sli^J, of the Northest Quarter (NEK1, of Section Four teen (141, Township One Hundred Twenty-five U25, Range Fifty (50), West of the Fifth Prtnci |ml Meridian, containing Forty (40) acres. That after said mortgage was made and execut ed to the Farmers State Hank of Sisseton, South Dakota, by amendment of the Articles of Incor poration the name of the Farmers State Hank of Sisseton. South Dakota was duly changed to the Farmers State Bank of Hammer, South Dakota, which said Farmers State Hank of Hammer, South Dakota is now owner aud holder of said mortgage, and WHKRKAS, the nature of the default consists in a failure of the «aid mortgagors to pay the «aid mortgage when due and interest thereon, ac cording to the terms and conditionsof said mort- NOTICK IS HHRK11Y C.IVKN That said mort gage will 1e foreclosed by public utile of the land covered thereby and hereinbefore descri1eil. by the Sheriff of Roberts County, South Dakota or his deputy on the 7th day of Octoticr, 1916, at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Sisseton. State of South Dpkota, to satisfy an indebtedness of $40.42, due and owing on said mortgage, besides attorney's fees and disburse ments of foreclosure. Dated thi* 24th day of August. 1916. Farmer» State Bank of Hammer, F. McKennn, South Dakota. Attorney for Mortgagee. Owner of Mortgage Notice of Hearing Petition to Mort gage land. State of South Dakota, County of Roberts, ss In County Court In the Matter of the Estate of John P. Schtoe. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Henry 8- Morris, executor of the estate of John P. Schloe. deceas ed, has filled in the County Court of Roberto County. South Dakota, petition for an Order authorising him as such executor to execute a mortgage of Four Thousand Dollars ($4000.00) upon the land belonging to said estate described as the Kast Half of the Northwest Quarter (EX NWM) and the North Half of the Southwest Quarter (NX SWM of Section Seven (7), Town ship One Hundred Twenty-six (126), Range Fif ty-one (51i all In Roberts County, South Dakota, for the purpbse of paying off existing encumbr ances upon said lands and for other puriwees, and that said petition will be heard by said Coutv ty Court at the office of the Comity Judge in the city of Sisseton, in paid county and state, on Tuesday, the 5th day of September, 1916, at 10 o'clock A. which is the time and place fixed by the Court for hearing said petition and at which time any and all persons objecting to the granting öf said petition are required to appear and be heard. Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota. Aug. 17,1916 Attest. H. M. KNIGHT K. Nelson, JndgeofCcenly Court (teal) Ccrk Roberts County, South Dakota raid Bibcock. Attorney for Mitioaer THE SI SSETON WEEKLY STANDARD land attend every Sunday. Miss Josephine Larson ot Daw son visited her sister Mrs. J. Vig a few days last week. Miss Judie Bothtim left Saturday for Dawson, Minn., to resume her duties at the hospital after spend ing a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hot hum. Wm. Thesia started threshing for Mr. Quick last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sievert Bolhum and sons Arthur and Henry autoed to Kairmount Sunday to visit the Tweeter family. They returned Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Am und (Juestad departed Thursday for Prelate, Sask. Can., where they will make their future home. Thanks. Come again corres pondent either Tuesday or Wed nesday. From New Effington Record. W. G. Oliver brought in a peek ot sample ears from his field last week. The ears were very uni form in size and just about right, for roasting. On July 4th, this corn was about knee-high to a grasshopper, and its growth dur ingJul.y is almost past belief Will says he is afraid of frost, and with one more rain lie feels sure of a good corn crop. A booze agent named Arthur Singer was arrested by Deputy Jim McGee at Claire City Thurs day of last week. He plead guilty to the charge of unlawfully sell ing intoxicating liquors before Justice Dave Johnson and re ceived a sentence of §75 and 80 days. The 30 days sentence was suspended, and he was re leased upon the payment of a fine and costs amounting to $91.70. This ought to prove a lesson to this class of peddlers. A .young man named Hallett whose home is in Glenwood, Minn., was frightfully mutilated under the work train at Vehlen last Saturday. One leg was cut off at the knee and the other badly crushed. Dr. Hoagland dressed his injuries and he was taken to a Minneapolis hospital. He went through here on the stock train, a cot being provided for him in the baggage car. It does seem that the Soo might have provided some quicker means of transportation. From Claire City Press. Mrs. B. E. Nelson and sister and father, Mr. Ost berg, autoed to Sisseton Monday where Mr. Ost berg took the train for his home in Minneapolis. Brick work has started on the new school house and Mr. Gott schalk informs tis that the build ing will be ready for occupancy about October first. Adolph Hendrickson returned fcEUGEL SHELLS have a book let describing threeteststhatdefi nitely indicate the best shot shell. That booklet is free to every hunter. Thouiend« of wortemen have had the fan of mall Ing these tests and have obtained very valuable Information. Ask us for the free book let and make the famous Tbree Tests for yourself. watetich & Pint Sisseton, S. Sisseton last Friday from an extensive trip through North Dakota and Mon tana. Mrs. Hendrickson accom panied him but stopped off at Ef fiugton oil the return trip to visit her parents. She returned home Monday. Mr. Hendrickson re ports the crops in Canada are in first class condition. In regard to the draining of the sloughs about town, we announced in a previous issue that the con tract had been let to B. T. Sands mark, Albert Ulstad and A. K. Johnson, but for some unknown reason these gentlemen failed to sign up the contract and the con tract was re-let this week to A. Hartge, county surveyor, who agrees to accept the job at the same price $1,200. He contem plates running the ditch through the Lars Larson farm and will start work the first of next week. Carrier ist—The only bundle carrier that gets bundles away from machine without ef fort on part of operator. 2nd—Every bundle dumped out of the path of the horses when three horses are used abreast. 3rd—Carrier always in position to re ceive bundles. Every Step Displays Your Footwear Your shoes must be fashionable and should fit well, for present modes in dress bring them into such prominence that they have become a most important part of you at tire, requiring extremely careful selection. UTZ & DUNN CO. FOOTWEAR FOR WOMEN Have a style perfection that is apparent in every line, they embrace every new shape and style in every leather that enjoys the approval of fashion, and, as everyone knows, workmanship and materials, as well as style, are always first consideration in this brand. And you don't have to break them in—they're comfort able and look right from the start. ST A VIG BROS. ABERDEEN BUSINESS COLLEGE IS POPULAR SCHOOL There is a good reason for the popularity of the Aberdeen Busi ness College (formerly the Gran ger School.) That reason is simple. The students get their money's worth. Many have al ready applied for enrollment on Sept. 4. This school is the lead when it comes to busines train ing. Send for catalogue at once. Eosholt store building 24x40 feet for rent. Best location in town. Geo. J. Grain, Rosholt, S. D. Methodist. Morning worship at 10:3o Sunday School at 11:45. Epworth League at 7 in. John Deere Corn Binder Advantages of the John Deere Power Carrier And the John Deere Corn Binder has a Practical, All-Steel, Quick-Turn Tongue Truck THIS MEANS ist Horses do not have to push or drag the machine around, but instead pull it by the tugs in the proper way. Truck turns machine faster than the team turns. 2nd An all-steel hot-riveted stub tongue is used in place of the old style wood tongue no breaking, splitting or rotting—neater and stronger. John Deere inde structible steel eveners. 3rd Ample clearance and flexibility of axle give smoother operation under rough conditions, relieve horses of lashing of pole and eliminate neck weight. O. S. OPHEIM RoshoK Evening service at 8. The last union service will lie held at the M. E church Suudav evening. The speaker will be Prof. Dean of Park College who will give an account of Billy Sun day's meetings as Philadelphia. Special invitation to all to our Sunday School next Sunday. Presbyterian. Morning Worship at 10:30. Sermon: "Hypenated Christians" Special music. The Juniors will find something for them at this service. Sabbath School at 11:45. Christian Endeavor at 7 o'clock. Evening Service at 8 o'clock. The eight o'clock service will be at the M. E. Church when Prof. H. A. Dean of Parkville, Mo. will speak on "Evangelism and Billy Sundav." 4th—Delivers loose fodder with bun dles at windrow, because it cannot fall through the bottom or off the sides of the carrier. 5th—Flexibly connected to machine. Carrier raises up if it strikes obstruct ions, but driving parts are not affected.