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OVERDRAFTS
The Comtroller of the Currency has noti
fied the National Banks that overdrafts
must not be allowed, and has prescribed
severe penalties if any National Bank al
lowsan overdraft.
Notice is therefore given that after Janu
ary 1st, 1917, no one will be allowed to
overdraw his or her account, and that over
drafts will not under any circumstances be
permitted.
Dec 20, 1916.
Local and Personal
Lloyd Peterson came up
Peever luidav night.
Myron Ooud is suffering from a
siege of la grippe. Myron is sure
Retting his share of it as this is his
second attack this winter.
Geo. Moorehead who has been
iu Minneapolis for the past three
months studying at a chiropractic
school has located at Hrittou.
Miss Tena Olson is spending a
two weeks vacation with her sister
Mrs. Bailly at Browns Valley.
Fresh stock of llome 1 hand
CMives, Salad dressings, Jellies and
Preserves just received at the City
Bakery.
Dan Bailly ol Milbank is visit'
ing relatives in .Sisseton.
N isses Seima and Florence San
ders spent the week end with their
.'cousin' Miss Agnes
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
l.undslrom at
James Honeys=tte was down
Arthur Duncan was a paseiiger
rooms. Include« everything
Miss Ruth Olson has been coll
"fined to her bed this week with
'tonsilitis.
Miss Marv Schriller departed
Monday noon for her parental home
at Watkins, where she will s|end
.two weeks.
caller
"Billy" West:»in was a
from Wiimot last week.
Mrs. John Wilkins of Peever was
a guest at the C. L. l'rcston home
Saturday.
Tony Auaiison was down from
his home near Vehlen last Satur
day to meet his brother J. A., who
arrived from Alberta, Canada for
an extended visit.
Axel Anderson of Grant
I'!. F. At wood has been confined
to the hon-e for ten days with ton
silitis.
from! Mrs. llirdie Beach arrived Mon
-day night from Minneapolis where
she ,-peni I lie past lew months.
'if'
Mrs. Sum Oiherji entertain
ut her home Salurdav liiglit.
,1. Haul ret ill lied the fir.-1 of
the week fi'om a business trip to
Aberdeen.
I,. XV. Tew departed Saturday
night for Aberdeen to resume his
orli as solicitor for the Dakota
Farmer. His territory will be in
North Dakota.
Messi. Arhvman. Olson and
lirants'.g look in tue dance at
l'eever last Friday night. Moe's
Orchestra furnished music.
Word was received here this
week announcing the birth of a
baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
McKeever at Smoky Butte, Mont.
"Rat-'1 has not, been forgotten by
his many Sisseton friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mani are
the proud parents of a baby buv,
born to them at her mother's home
in Cour D'Alene, Idaho.
Mrs. F. B. Irving, who has
been the guest of her sister Mrs.
R. Jorgenson for the past two
weeks returned to her home at
Lustou N. D. Wednesday.
Axel Anderson shipped three
cars of stock to the South St.
Paul Market Thursday.'
Philip Cioodbird who has been
at the Toledo sanituriam for sonic
I time returned home Monday ac
compained by Dr. Sims.
U. M. Atwood who made an
overland trip south this fall, dis
nosing ol several extra horses, is
1
Peevcr.
Albert Anderson of Wiimot
transacted business here Satimiav.
sick at
reporte
Ark. $Vg
Dr. I V'terSon made a business
trip to Watertown Friday after
noon in Iiis Ree roadster return
ing Saturday. The trip was nude
in :l
i,ttle over three hours,
to Milbank 1 uesday night. viil'ton Foss was was operated
For Sale—Furniture foi three
))n
,,ec°,
essary for light house keeping. js
The owner is going away you can
get it at a bargain. Impure at
this office.
For Sale—Singer Sewing ma
'chine good as new. Will sell cheap.
'-^Inquire at this office.
j*j-jJuy at the Sisseton Hos-
pjtal for gaugerous appendix,
rep0rted
doing nicely.
Miss Mabel Restan under
went an operation at the Sisseton
hospital Sunday.
Miss Esther Hillberg who has
been confined to the hospital the
past two weeks returned to her
home at New Effington the first
of the week.
A bah* buy was horn to r.
and Mrs. Jacob Jacobson of
Bossko on Thursday January 8
tli.
Sundry S wen unison r
went an operation at the Sisseton
hospital Tuesday.
The ten month old baby of r.
and Mrs. Frank Smouse of Liong
Hollow township died Friday
after a short illness with pneum
onia. The bereaved family have
the sympathy of the eummun
jity.
I Mrs: K. V. Trenholm came
down from Aberdeen Friday
spent the week end with
her husband
town­|and
ship is in Sisseton this week gather
ing up a car load of cattle to ship
to St. Paul.
One fourth off on all Victoi and
Columbia machines and cabinets. I
The, Racket Store.
Miss Laura Rask has been con
fined to her home this week on
account of illness.'
MissJohnson, music instructor
in the Sisseton Schools, resigned
her position Friday and depart
ed Monday for Glend ive Monta
ne-
Fine, new Victor and Columbia
records. One fourth off at The
Racket Store.
Aaron Clark one of the Dakota
pioneers who lias lived during the
last fifteen years at Onaway, Al
berta, is visiting his daughter,
Mrs. E. F. Atwood. He is ac
quainted with several people here,
but he says the weather is worse
than in Canada now and he has
passed the eighty merk he has not
yet looked them np.
Miss lit:
til Minder spent Sun
day with Wiimot relatives.
Mrs Harry Spackman returned
this week from a lew weeks visit
with her soivnvlaw and dau* ht
er r. and Mrs. I'a til Rickert
of Sioux KulK
Miss Agnes Larson departed
Saturday for her home at Daw
son Minn. She,has been visit,
ing her sister Mrs. J. L. Vig for
several weeks.
.lay Morrill was a passenger
from Milbank Wednesday.
Now is the time to get records
cheap. 25 per cent off at
The Racket Store.
Mrs. J. A. Peterson departed
Monday lor Pennock, Minn., to
visit relatives. She will go to
Minneapolis and other Minn
esota points before returning
home.
Miss Margaret, Neville teacher
in (Jrunt No 2 returned Saturday
from it month's vacation spent
at her home in Dull Itapids-
Miss Alice Heffnertnen of
Big Stone City -was a Sisseton
visitor several days this week.
.lohn McCoy returned Friday
from a few days visit with ''ein
tivus ut Ortonvillv.
Att.v. Frank McKenna was an
over Sunday visitor at his home
in Milbank.
Parent leathers Association to he
Organized
I' Patrons of the school and all
interested in the schools are
invited to be present at the or
ganization of a parent teachers
association at the school house
assembly. Wednesday Jan Mlst
at !!:-!!.p. in. The organization is
being pushed by the Zenith Club
and by the Child Conservation
League. A program ol' music
and readings will be given which
will add zest to the more formal
part of the program.
Kveryone welcome.
Huron—F,-ed Svee, a farmer
residing about three miles west
of this city „was instantly killed
last week when a ha.v rack tipped
over and pinned him under the
wreck. The accident happened
on the Wolsey road about two
ami a half miles west of Huron.
The body was discovered next
morning by IV]r. Schultz, a rela
tive of the di-ad man. Svec was
in
attempting to turn, the wagon
tipped over, one of the heavy
beams struck bint, breaking his
neck.
Favetteville, walking beside the lia.y rack.
Presbyterian.
Morning sej vice at 10:30
Sabbath School at 11:45
Only 41 last week in comparison
with 115 last year. Let every
scholar be on hand this week,
lindeavor society at 7 p. ni.
Christian Endeavor Day Leader,
Miss Bell.
Kveiling service at M. E. church
Roberts County Sunday School
Association will close a series of
Institute in Sisseton Saturday and
Sunday Jan. 27th 28th.
Sat. at 3 p. u. at the M. H. church
"8 Presby.
sun. 3
Sun. "8 M.E.
Mrs. A. L. Grebel and State Sec.,
Miller will be with us. Let every
S. S. teacher in Sisseton attend
Saturday with note book and pen
cil.
There will be several special
musical numbers Sunday. All
cordially invited.
Synod Lutheran
O. Austin, Pastor
Services in the Guild Hall at 10:30
Sunday School at 11:30 a. m.
Visitors are always welcome. KM
For Sale—Good team of horses
K. H.Swenston.
3t.
Found—Grey Sweater.
S. Sweniimson.
E S S W E E S A N A
Call on
Sickening headaches constipa
tion, indicate unhealthy condi
tton of stomach and bowels.
Hoi lister's Rocky Mountain
Tea assists the bowels to work
naturally, thus aiding your health
in general. Begin to-night, Red
Cross Drug Store.
SUMMIT NEWS
of Wiimot
at the A.
Miss Hazel Ward
vicinity is assisting
Mace home here.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Knaak left
Saturday on their trip thru Moti-.
tana and N. Dakota.
.1. K. Watkius was operated on
the past week at a Minneapo'is
hospital.. Latest reports from
there say he is doing well.
There was no school Monday 1
owing to an afteident in the!
furnace room where by the rooms
could not be heated.
Mrs. J. 15. Watkins went to
Minneapolis Tuesday to be with
her husband a few days.
Curt Southwick returned
home Tuesday from near Mc
Laughlen where he has a home
stead.
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Sltarf of
Twin P.rooks came up Saturday
evening for an over Sunday visit
with their parents,
Miss Lillian Kgernlayer spent
the week end at Waubay and
Twin Brooks.
Miss Seide visited friends in
Aberdeen Saturday and Sun
day.
Frank Hicks and son Karl are
here this week with his mother
r-. Levi Hicks who has been
having a bail attack of the la
grippe.
A number of friends suprised
Mrs. Ihmert Keutpare Saturday
evening and presented her with
a set of china as a birthday gift
A pleasant evening with refresh
mentis was enjoyed by all-
Prof Dick and wife the Misses
Seide. Egerinayer, Lillian Rnssel
Maggie Sol berg, Winge, and
Lowell Raymond were at Wau
bay Friday night to see the
Basket Ball game between Wau
bay and Wat.ertown in which
Waubay was winner 24= 17.
Viola Watkins fell
sday and broke her arm.
A baby boy was born to Mr
and Mrs. Albert Mace Wed nos­
day January 17th.
Easter Townanip News.
G. H. Sol in spent a few days
at the oiln Nordin home in
Nrowns Valley last week.
Siemner Hägen is on the sick
list. AW
One of the worst blizzards of
the season swept over this coun
try Sunday.
Ronald and Jack took in the
masquerade dance at Peever
Friday night and report a good
time.
Ronald Johnson says the side
walks in Peever are pretty slick.
August Johnson is praying
for the roads to get good so he
can go to Sisseton.
John Schmitt went to Shako
pee, Minn., last Wednesday to
visit relatives and friends.
Mr. E. E. Currenceand family
visited at the Nordin home last
week.
Horses Wanted
From 5 to 9 years old, weighing
from 1050 to 1400.
Will be at Christenson's Barn on
Saturday Jan. 27—17.
Sam Jones.
Lease of State Lands
Notice is hereby given that on
March 19th, 1917, all of the un
leased State Lands in Roberts
County will be offered for lease at
public action between the hours
of lp o'clock a. iu. and 5 o'clock
p. m. at the court house in
county
Dated at Pierre, January 12th
1917.
N. K. KNIGHT
Aberdeen Business College
Even in the dead of the winter,
the calls for office help are coming
to the Aberdeen Business College.
Any one contemplating taking a
course should do so now. Enroll
any time.
CREAMERYMEN
Ilt
walk on the way to school Thür- [lere's
net was held —and of course
when
countrv and
were united iu marriage Thürs-
day Jan. l.s, at the Lutheran
Ole P. Satre of Madison, S.
and Minneapolis was a business
visitor in New Ellington and vi
cinity Monday and Tuesday.
While here the deal conveying
the old Gar Beach farm of 240
acres to H. P. Hanson was made
This farm adjoins the home plac
es of Ole Pearson and Charles
Carlson and is considered very
good property. The consider
ation was $15,600. Record.
Mr and Mrs lver Johnson
were given a royal welcome home
to One Road Township last Thurs
day afternoon when about fifty of
their neighbors dropped in oil
said them suddenly
led down with the
What Thomas Tompson
of Sisseton
has to say about cream separa
tors to begin with this year—
Ninety-eight per cent of the world's
creameries use DeLavals exclusively
If you will bear these facts in mind in select
inga separator, you will realize that the wisest
course is to buy a De Laval.
We will be glad to bring a De Laval out to
your farm and let ypu try it out and see for
yourself that it docs offer you the greatest
value for your money. We are willing to prove
every claim we make for the l)e Laval. Just
phone us or send a post card and we will see
that you get an opportunity to try a De Laval.
wclc
known in Sisseton and vicinity* K°od
and the Standard joins their wide
a happy, prosperous
After an extended edding trip
they will be at home on the grooms
farm northeast of Wiimot.
vtirV
Tiiey came load
necessities that
makes tile inner-man feel good,
and tliey all stayed until late in
the evening. The affair was weil
Commissioner of School and Public P'anec' and was an entile suppiise
Lands. to the Johnsons. Mr. Johnson
a a
and a near neighbor noticed him
him driving by, phoned another
neighbor a couple miles further
on to stop him and notify him
that his brother was coming over I
from Day County that afternoon
and wanted to see him on -urgent1
business. Mr. Johnson turned
around and drove home but no
have better opportunities than other separator
users to see which separators are most efficient and durable. That
is why they select De Lavals. More De Lavals are in use on farms
than all other makes combined. Time and experience have proved to
a vast majority of farmers that no other separator gives as good ser
vice as the De Laval.
Each yearin the United States and Canada alone,
farmers discard inferior separators and re
place them with De Lavals. They learn from
experience that so-called cheap separators are
wasteful and cosily at any price. They would
have saved money if they had bought a I)e
Laval in the first place.
Sooner or later you will buy a DE LAVAL
Chris Andrews and Chief Oper- brother was there, and about 2
ator Cline returned Thursday eve- clock the neighbors piled in
|ning from the State meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were pres
telephone officers, manageis and ented with a purse and all expresed
operators at Aberdeen. They re- their deliggt in having the John
port a splendid meeting and a fine sons among their midst
time. To wind up the event a fine more.
on the icy
Chris enjoyed himself. The meinbeis of the edoclist
Miss Marv Rentier is iu rsceipt church presented the play "The laud and much laughter W- L.
of a letter from her sister Clara New Minister" to a large and ap- Johnson, base ball fan, well mod
who recently moved to Butte, Mont- preciative audience Friday evening. City prevents us saying more, but
-ana, that she if well pleased with There were about thirty in the he got by with the part. Miss Sny
the
Miss Emma Rolstad of Sisseton I 'atlies °'1' made clubs and
and Charlie Hrickson of Wiimot
ot,iet
that she will prob- cast and the way they handled der's singing was very pleasing to
all The company is planning oil
giving the show at Peever Friday
I aclv open a hospital at Butte. The their parts was pleasing to all in
Reimer sMers are owners of a large attendance. The pla represented
tract of land in Montana and for the average church engaging a new evening Feb 2nd.
this reason Miss Clara moved there minister, and one was selected after
to be in a better position to look trying a new one each Sunday for Those wiio took part in "The
after their interests. over six months, the deacons New Minister'' teudred a pleas-
t,ee
some
parsonage, Rev. Rtidie perform- something el.se. fcsupt. Thomas
ing the ceremony. The young 1as
couple are well and favorably Part
,he ,,ew
s')iril
some 40,000
1
9
W
'2f,
A*L,
ing about the country instructing
people how to run a church.
Then there was the old maid club
and the ladies aid they were there
also. Christ Andrews as the
once Sexton, Dolph DeArmet as the
village joke, and Emery Carrier as
the Professor of the choir made a
hit and brought foith loud app-
ant banquet at the Church base-
members of the congregation I meut Monday evening. After an
with their advice I el abated spread a pleasent hour was
wanted this and someone spent listening to toasts by the
Minister pulled the
to
pclcction taking all advice
netting around
it in some manner that was
circle of friends in wishing them satisfactory to all. Aaron Arrow her seven years service as organist
wedded life.
s,n'tn'
various members of the company.
The members of the church took
thisoccassion to present to Miss
Edith Otto a beautiful music cab
inet a token of appreciation for
Rev Ebert and Henry Hail- in the church. Miss Otto was
son as the decons were right there very pleasantly suprised and words
with the strong advice and its a fail to express her appreation for
shame that these talented men jtlie kind act. The banquet was
have got to stay in Sisseton and :a grand success and all present had
work for a living instead of travel- the time of their lives.
To Patrons of
Sisseton Electric Laundry
Co-operate with us, help us to put our business on
a cash basis, and v, will not have to raise prices. A
cash system means no collections or bad accounts,
thus giving the patron the benefit of this raising. In
return for which we ask that, all laundry be paid for
either before when delivered. .Many laundries
have raised prices, others have gone out of business
on account of marked advance in material, the oper
ating cxpcncc being nearly twice as great as two, -.•ars
ago and going higher. We heretore make the lollow
ing statement which will be strictly adhered to.
On andafter January 2Zid, all laundry must be paid
for either before or on delivering. We will gather
lanndry any time, give the best of service promptly,
and simply ask that you help us by paying cash,
thereby keeping the cost of clean linen within the
reach of all.
..
Sisseton Electric Laundry.

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