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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, November 17, 1916, Image 5

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Local and Personal
Miss Susan Hiil is reported
quite ill
this week.
C. C. liurcon and Carl G/aver
son autoed to Wlieaton Sunday.
Nick Strommev of Peever was
a business caller here Wed lies
Atty. McKenna returned home
Saturday from a business trip.
to Montana.
Miss Esther Palm spent the
week end at the J. L. Vig home
in Long Hollow township.
Miss Amies McDonald arrived
Thursday for a few days visit
with Iter mother and sister.
Jack Haggerty and wife and
Grandma Haggerty Sunday.
Mrs. J. E. Hess departed last
Thursday for Platville, Wis., for
ail extended visit with her par
Ezra Lewis eaine up from
Montevideo Tuesday to attend
the leap year dance and visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Eddy of I
Montevideo moved here last week
and have rented a farm iu Bos
sco township.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Carl berg
arrived home Saturday from
their wedding tour through the
east and have gone to house
keeping in the H. M. Knight
Mrs. Wm Gowan returned to
her home at Ortonville Monday
after spending several days here
with her sister Mrs. John Mc
35c for Butter fat at the Sisse
ton Creamery.. tf. 16.
After Nov. l.t the creamery will be
open from 9 to 4 each day.
For Sale— Six room houes
and small barn, six good leve
lots, fine location on west side.
Price 81400. Inquire at Standard
office. ....
For Sale. 3room house six lots
$1200. Inquire at this office.
Miss Ida Mun tahl visited friends
in Milbank Monday.
Editor Hangen of Wilmot was
a pleasant caller in the city Tues
Hnrrv packman made a trip
to Hankinscn Saturday of last
A baby daughter was born to Mr
and Mrs. Dolph De Arm et on Thurs
day, Nov. 9th.
the grippe.
James Honeysette was down
from New Ettington Tuesday
attend the dance.
Atty. P. R. McKenna trans
acted business in Milbank the
first of the week.
Mrs. Ingersoll returned home
Tuesday night from a visit with
relatives in the cities.
Mrs. Elsworth and daughter
of Milbank were guests of Mrs.
Konzen last week.
Mrs. Jerald Ostrander and
Mrs. C. Arnold of Montevideo
were guests of Sisseton friends
last week.
Link Gottworth of Wakon,
Minn., is spending the week here
oil business and calling on old
Mrs. Nels Johnson spent the
fore part of the week with her son
Johnie who is confined in the Wil
mot Hopsital.
Pete Strand received injuries I
about the,head from falling on the
ice Monday night while skating.
Last reports he was getting along
O. K. and that it was not as seri
a case as the boys thot it was. 1
ship while
Footrest hose, fleeced, re
gular 18c Now
1 Footrest hose, wool.
«During this sale
(Ladies' and Children's caps
Men's winter caps
|This sale
JMen's neckties
1During this sale
Myron Doud is able to be around had her tonsils and adnoids
again after putting in a week with moved at the Sisseton
0. lt. Jorgenson was a busi
in Mill tank Wednes
ness caller
Miss Tvphena Lewis came down
from Hritton Tuesday for a few
days visit with friends here.
tana on real estate business.
Miss Mabel Dahl of Vernon
rs. L. S. Rabcock entertained I from My nie
the M. E Ladies Aid at
County Farm Wednesday
noon. There was a large at*
Harry Klaisdell, the Rosholt
barber was down and spent a
few days with Sisseton friends
last week.
E. C. Gamm underwent an
operation on his face the first of
the week at the Sisseton Hospit
al. H". is getting along nicely.
Lloyd McGibbons, E
Clark and Donald McLain of
Webster came over Tuesday to
attend the dance.
Mrs. N. Wilcox and brother
Tom Miller departed Tuesday
evening for Sioux City, Iowa,
where they were called by the
serious illness of their mother.
Attorney J. W. Harrington is
taking nis annual deer hunt in
northern Minnesota. Deer is
pretty plentiful there this year
and we wish Mr. Barrington the
best of luck.
W. J. Thomas returned home
Tuesday night from Cresco, la.,
where he attended the golden
Miss Agnes Larson of Dawson wedding of his parents. Family
visited Sisseton friends Satui- reumonsare pleasant affairs and
day. Miss Larson and brother!'* needless to say he thorough
Hawkin have charge of the Jacob jen*»ed ",s
Vig farm in Long Hollow town- Those in attendance at the
their sister Mrs. Vig Lyceum Course last Saturday
and her husband are con lined to night were much pleased with
the Ortonville hospital
to the entertainment given by Vic-
accident'which was men- toria Lynn. Miss Lynn is an ex
tioned in this paper last week, cellent impersonator and held
Mrs. Vig has about recovered her audience spell bound from
and Mr. is on the gain. start to finish*
We must make room for our holiday goods. In order to do this, we are cutting prices right
and left on our regular stock and you get the benefit!
0 2
Many other things too numerous to mention. Come and see.
Yours for lowest prices during hard times.
The Yeoman Lohne will hold a
special meeting November 22,
1(116. All members arc request
ed to be present
Don't leave your car oil the street
and let the raditors freezv up. Bring
Messrs. Henry Hvlvig and I
them into CoUiugton's garage
Andrew Ma-vick departed on where it's always warm. It'll only
Tuesday night for Killings, Mon- cost you a quarter.
Wanted—First class Barber at'
Sanitary Barber Shop at police.
Albert Hemigerof Wilmot was
Hospital here on business Tuesday.
Dr. Quinnell removed the tonsils
the The patient
Mullen, Tuesday.
is reported to be
after-1 getting along nicely.
Miss Josie Chilan spent the week
end at her home in Peever, where
she was called by the illness of her
Dr. Quinell reports the ar
rival of a fine boy at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Fonder on
Nov. 11th. Also a son born to
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hanson
on Nov. Oth.
One Reg. Polau China Stock
hog for sale. Phone 2 1 I —14
W. A. Varland, Sisseton, S
All kinds of children's, women's and men's Coal hods. Good strong ones and cheap- ton for 25c. All sizes and colors. Pre
gloves and mittens. Ask to see them. est in town. pare for your Christmas fancy work now.
Route 1.
High Top Lace Boots
I'or Girls
The Golden Rule
Mrs.Edvthe T. La Rue organ
ized the Sisseton Circle of The
Child Conservation League on
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in
the Commercial Club Rooms, after
the adoption of the Constitution
and by-laws the following officers
were elected.
President—Mrs. Wallace Emeson
Vice Pres.—Mrs. J. H. Irwin
Sec'ty—Mrs. O. S. Ophein
Treas—Mrs. D. Batterberry
Press Reporter—Mrs. W. L. John
The first meeting will be Thurs
day. Nov. 23rd and alternating
Thursdays at 3
o'clock. The mem
bers will meet with Mrs. Jesse
Cottingham for the first meeting
Nov. 23rd all are urged to be pres
ent. Part of the program on page
8 of the Club's Year Book will be
carried out at this meeting.
Fine for Skating''
Girls High Top iiools
The Golden Itule
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hägen
parted on Monday evening for
Osage, Iowa, where they will make
their future home.
Merl Seely, wno has been em
ployed at the Sanitary barber shop
for the past to months left last
week for Merrilan, Wis. where he
has gone into business for himself
Earl Gilbert of Rosholt is now
employed at the Sanitary shop.
A. R. Ferguson and W. A.-Iir
kenbrach of Watertown weie bus
iness visitors Fridav and Saturday
Mr. Erkenbrach who is well known
in this section, has now joined
forces with Mr. Ferguson, repre
senting the Phoenix Life Insurance
Co. at Watertown.
Herb. Allen, Frank Whipple
Earl Sleight, Bert Horton, Paul
Sewert, Win, Peter and Herb.
Btewster departed with another
train load of cattle for Chicago
L.J. Ousted of Plenty wood,
Mont., formerly assistant cash
ier, in the Farmers State Bank
of Sisseton has been elected
County Attorney of Sheridan
County, Montana. His opponent
was Paul IJabcock, also former
ly of Sisseton.
J. A. Richert received a check
from a Minneapolis commission
firm Saturday for 84027.52 for a
car of flax he has shipped. The
car contained 1543 bushels and
is the biggest check ever re
ceived for a car of grain shipped
trom Sisseton.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrill
departed this week for Milbank
where Mr. Morrill has purchas
the Mossiman bakery, and ex
pects to take possession this
week Mr. Morrill was con
nected with the Sisseton bakery
for a number of years and about
a year ago disposed of his inter
ests to his partner D. B. Ma
honey. The many friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Morrill wish them
all kinds of good luck and happi
ness in their new home.
Take a look at the dishes in the "g All articles on 15c Counter during] this
window. During this sale your
-l-VV sale for
35c 13 CENTS
Difringthis^ale 13C for this sale only. Look 'em over.
.. All articles on 10c Counter during this
Lanterns-the very best sale for
from 98c down to
All 10c kitchen helps 9c -I
Only Three large balls Klostersilk crochet cot-
a a a
The Ottertail Power company
installed motors at the plant last
week to run tlie dynamo. This
the patrons continuous
twenty-four hour service, with the
exception of a couple of hours
Sunday afternoon when it is closed
down so that the machinery may
be gone over for oiling, and lieces
arv repairs to keep eveiybody in
first class condition. This new
system has been running since hut
Thursday, and is giving excellant
service, and fine steady lights.
Report of Enterprise School No I
for the second months ending Nov.
10. 1916.
Number pupils enrolled ...... 54
Average daily attendance 21
Pupils neither absent nor tardy
the month: Myrtle Danl
Larson Arthur Olson
Moe Helmer Rognlie
Hen son Myron Benson
Alice Dahl Arthur Rognlie Lloyd
Rognlie James Kleven.
Victoria O. Schmidt, teacher.
Eye Specialist Office in Swed"
liiud ltdg.
Lost (In Sisseton) pair of Glass
es with gold chain and clasp at
tached. Dr. F. J. Maw address on
back of case. Kinder please return
to Sanitary Barber Shop for reward
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Sisseton Masonic Building
Association will be held on the 21st
of November 8 o'clock p. in in the
rooms of the Association. Signed
The Old Reliable
First National Bank
Sisseton, S. D.
•/SY/lN/lYftv-iN rtvi», tv IviwiVlv/iv/ivt
H. S. Morris, Secretary.
The Men Drug Store was
sold this week by Dr. Morton to
T. I». Landsberger of Hazel, N.
D. r. Landsberger is a regis*
tered pharmacist of the state
and will keep the store up to its
present high stsndard of excel
lence. Fredrick Morton of Lake
City, and Hismark Thompson of
the Kden State Bank assisted in
taking the inventory. Dr. Mor
ton will devote his time to the
practice of medicine and surgery.

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