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DE3tZDDDüaD[s][T]lElHliH3[HEnDDÜDDCX] Mrs. Momney departed Wed nesda.y lor Nernoa, Wisconsin to visit her mother. She expects to be gone about ten days. Mrs. P. Ua.sk returned home Friday from a two months so jo urn through the western states in company with her husband. Joe l'iut returned home Friday from Rochester, where he recent ly underwent an operation at the Mayo Hospital. Joe is much better, but still moves around by the aid of crutches. We wish for him a speedy recovery, Mrs. Treinen came up from I'eever Friday for a visit at the liert ussetter home. Mr. and Mrs.Otto Hoye enter tained a number of friends at their home Saturday evening. Cards and games furnished amusement for the evening, fol lowed by dainty refreshments- G. A. Liebenstein came up from Mil hank Monday night to visit his brother L. K. of the McGowan Lumber Cv. Mrs. Gnsta Heard and daugh ter Pearl departed Saturday for Ortonvilie where Mrs. Heard has secured employment. George Keopke returned Mon day from a business trip to Glencoe, Minn, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Torvick returned Monday from the cities. Mrs. Fred Klein tiling came up from Odessa. Minn., last Satur day night and spent Sunday with her sisters, the Misses Otto. W. R. C. Supper The Ladie.i of Gen John Gibbon W. R. C. No. 70 will give a George Washington- Colonial supper on February, 22, 1917 at the M. W, Hall real Colonial in every way and all the goad things that go with a Colonial supper. The public is asked to come and partake of this supper, will commence serving at 5 oclock and will serve until all is served to the good things. The popular price is 35 a ptite. First National Bank E Mrs. ivorcne Hawkinson who, has been a guest of Mrs. Mom ney for several weeks, departed Tuesday for her home is bask., Canada. Mi', arid Mrs. Link Wai'ring and daughter came down from Eden Sunday. Link returned to Eden Sunday, but Mrs, Waning and Esther remained for a weeks visit with Sisseton friends Miss Aimii McDonald of Mil bank is spending a few days with her mother and sister this week. Joe Class returned Monday from the twin cities where he took in the sights at the auto show. of [j Sisseton, South Dakota 6 Your Business Solicited Capital and Surplus $60,000.00 Local and Personal Mrs. Mol lie Gary departed this week for Minneapolis tu visit a sister. -Mi', iiiul Mrs. \V. !•'. (Jiirlhvrg returned Monday from the cities where they attended the auto show. Mrs. Crawford, wife of the Electrician, departed this week for a visit with relatives at VVatertown. Mrs. L-ao. Lukanitsoh enter tained a party of friends at cards Wednesday evening. All present report a line time. Dorothy Mead, the. fa it daughter ol Mike Mead is report ed seriously ill with pneumonia. Atty. John Noble writes from the Wilmol Hospital that he is improving daily and expects to be out and around soon. Mrs. George Crosby and son leave this week for an extended visit with relatives in Milwaukee. While at the Knapp Abstract office one day this week the writ er noticed a tine Amerillis Lily. It is some two feet tall and has eight big blossoms. Mrs. Dave Stevens is the proud owner. Supt. E. D. Mossman was a caller from the Agency Tuesday. Miss Leo Roger, saleslady in the cloak and suit department of tin.' Golden Itnle returned Satu' day from an extendid visit with relatives and friends at Wahpe ton and Hrecken ridge. Mi', and Mrs. Joe Kobbie en tertained a party of sixteen at the Radisson Saturday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Walker. Cards, dancing and a most delicious supper were in dulged in. Mrs. It. E. Johnson and little daughter departed Thursday for Me.vronne, Sask., Canada to join her husband. Mrs. John son's departure is reg re ted by her large circle of friends, but they wish her much joy in h6r new home. Her brother Edwin Christopherson who has been visiting here the past two months will accompany her. Mrs. Haze! Morrill end Miss Gladys LSiennon were passengers from Milbank Monday. Atty. A. O. Bundy and C. li. Jorgensoll are attending court at Webster this week. Atty. Frank McKeuna went to Webster Wednesday to attend court. Mrs. Geo. Crosbv was a guest, of Wilmot relatives several days this week. Grandma Lukanitsch departed Tuesday for Minneapolis to join her daughter Mrs. Bowl of North Dakota and together they will go to Los Angeles for an extendid visit. A. A. Peterson departed Monday for Milwaukee on a business trip. Misses Gertie Stbion and Laura Stavig were pleasantly entertained at the Theo Mannes farm the week end. Andrew Stavig is confined to his home this week with a bad attack of lagrippe. Attv. E. J. Turner returned Tuesday from Pierre where he attended Supreme Court last week. Leo Fonder was a passenger from Peever Tuesday. a passenger H. A. Morrill was from Milbank Monday. For Sale—Large Incubator, in good shape. Can be seen Opheims Implement house. A son was born to r. and rs. Adolph Kl even on Saturday Feb. 10th. Mrs. Harry Otto and baby arrived this week from Aberdeen for a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brown- A party of young Sisseton and vicinity Erick Koepke at his home Saturday night, dancing and games in. Refreshments 1 1 Bert Hanson returned Mon day from South St. Paul where he took two carloads of cattle. ,ea da-' folks of suprised bachelor music, were indulged which the Ortonvilie where they have been visiting the latters sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs ,W. M. Dr. Peterson made a business (.veniivs. trip to Summit Monday return-' 11' About twenty Sisseton voting ladies enjoyed a pleasant evening at the Wm. Swedltmd business within a coup! Wednesday evening when Missi Udora Anderson entertained at a hard time party Well they may have been hard up for clothes to wear but when it came to the feed" there was nothing to it. Mr. ana Mrs. .lohn Ready re turned Tuesday from a months wedding tour to points in Wis consin. They will go to house keeping in Bos.sc.o township. Will Ready departed Tuesday for Redwood, Minn., where lie expects to open a tonsorial parlor. A sleighload of Sissetonites tendered a surprise on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steele at their farm home Satin-day night. It was a jolly good crowd, and all spent a most enjoyable evening. Nels Nelson is transacting business in the cities this week. John Bear of the Agency who has been suffering from a bad case of tuburcular bo ne had his arm amputated at the Sisseton hospital Monday in an effort to check the disease. We under stand he is recovering nicely. Robert White underwent an operation at the Sisseton hospital Wednesday. Harness oil and harness leath er at Stavig Bros. Hardware Department. Features at the Unique Feb. 15th. An Enemy to So ciety Feb. 22nd., The Song of a Wage Slave Mar. 1, Enemy of Storks Nest Mar. 8, The Pinal Judgdement Mar. 16, My Madonna Mar.'22, Her Reckoning or Tables Turned Mar. 29th, Pennington'» Choice Linceln.' THE SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD W. J. Thomas departed Tues day for the cities and Milwaukee on business. We are pleased to repoi that H. D. Massingham who has been nt!quite able to be out again. Miss Flossie Brown arrived home Friday from an extend id visit with her sister Mrs. Harry Otto of Aberdeen. If you have any old papers to sell call up Jonnie Minder. Now is the time to take the shoes to Stavig Bros, for re pairs. Harry Allingham returned home the first of the week from the cities. Miss Mary Schrincr returned Wednesday night from a three guests brought with them were weeks vacation spent at her home served and at a later hour they in Watkins, Minn., and I, all returned to their homes. cities. Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy a. J. Monnie returned the returned Tuesday night from f,rst ot the wcek from the cities. M,.s Margaret MasstiJ,, of Milban|. a ltoyal W()1.kvr for Gowan. the local camp Tuesday night 1 he Olson and Olin store is and instructed the laoies in their undergoing a number of improve- dril| work. ineiits this week, electric lights endeavor to enlarge the Sisseton have been installed, and the (_-iU)1,,. interior is beiiu lepaintcd. .,, ... ... Neighbor field south Dakota visited Mrs. Massey will I Mrs. I. L. Minder entertained Ha Carter is doing the I parties ol lady friends at her home Wednesday and Friday c,u Mis. H. S. Moiris enteitaincd tIa- Come out and enjoy yourself. 'the Fsstern Star ladies at her Alfred Monnie returned Tues 1 a a day night from a two weeks stay ... Shoe repairing done neatly jing 1 uisda\. and promptly at Stavig Bros. Will Torvick and Dr. Peterson impair shop. expect to go to the cities Satur-! -v. .. ... I 1 he dati of the Woodman dance (lav where thev will consult a ... .. has been changed from Feb. JUth physician regarding Mr. loivick ... i, to Feb. 19. Music will be tuniish- ed by the Sisseton Imjierial Orclies- I)r. Dyson made a business in the cities. trip to New Kffington Mon- On Tuesday night of this week Miss Lettv Judkins delightfully Mrs. John "loigeison of New, entertained her classmates, mem Kflinglon is at the Sisseton burs of the Sophomore class at a hospital this week receiving Valentine party. A delicious two course supper was Served and the a bad case of •, treatment lor llliiK!\. Mrs. Aker and Mrs. Quinnell en tertained thirty guests at the Aker home Wednesday evening the affair being a St. Valentine party. "5(10". valentine decorations and. luncheon were features of the evening. evening was games. For Sale .it. Work was commenced this week on Tom Osman's new implement house located on the block east of Wilson's pool luill. Lorenze Her- PllK:u Consideration $55 per acre. This is a fine piece ot land lying four miles north ot Sisseton and joins his father's farm on the south. Chas. Mullen lias purchased Hal vor Strand,s ice house and is having it filled this week, the ice being shipped here from Big Stone lake. Mr. Mullen will furnish Sisseton people with ice the coming season. Miss Gjerda Germanson the eld est daughter of Mrs. German Ger manson died at her home in Enter prise township Monday following an illness of several months with tuberculosis. The deceased is well known in this vicinity having lived here since childhood. She was a kind ioving girl, well liked by all who knew her. She leaves to mourn her departure, her mother, a sister and two brothers. The bereaved relatives have the sincere sym pathy of the community in their sorrow. For Sale—A few work horses. Inc|tiire at Stavig Ilros, Synod Lutheran O. Austin, Pastor Services Sunday School will 11111 jges and crewaie doing the work iTuesday evening when and expect to have it readv lor Itoyal Neighbors, following weeks. their regular business meeting A deal was closed this week whereby Gustav Fordnhl purchas ed the (juarler section of land be longing to James Christiansen, 10:30 11:30 Confirmation class Saturday Presbyterian. Morning service 10:30 Sermon Pertinent to the 400th Anniversary. Sabbath school 11:45 Special surprise feature. Christian. Endeavor 7:00 Evening service. 8:00 Sermon '/the "Religion of his home here with his brother and help him in the automobile business. A very pleasant affair took at llie their regular busines. were entertained by .VIes idanies Mesdames A LEAGUE PROGRAM Devotional Service of the Kp worth League Feb. 18, HI 17 Haz el Arrowsmith, Leader, Subject, The Marks Of A Christian." ''A Song 73 He Is Able To De liver Thee Song 120 More Like The Master. Scripture Lesson Jas. 1-27 Jno. 3-14 14-23 and 15-14. Esther Preston. Prayer JPearl Robinson Introduction of the subject Hasel Arrowsmith Duet Messrs. Jencks, Hanson Tai« Marks of a Christian Edith Otto Talk Efficiency Dorothy Ward What Thomas Thompson of Sisseton has to say about cream separators this week— TN the last ten or fifteen years there have been dozens of cream separ ators come on the market which claimed to be "world beaters." But they couldn't make good in the hands of the users and one by one they dropped out of sight. Their owners were willing to take a risk and they lost. If you buy a cream separator from us you run no risk of dissatisfaction or loss. The De Laval is tested and time proved Why experiment? What's the use of taking 'cham-os with a machine you don't know much about anv inferior idline, when you know that a De Laval is recognize I everywhere as the "World's Standard." Move than thirt v-liv years of experiment and experience lias made the Ie Laval pre-eminently the best, machine on the market for the separation lie best machine ou ol' cream. -W If von have no separator now, or an liih-nor one, we can sell you a Ie Laval on such terms that. il pay for itself while you are using it. Sooner or later you will buy a DE LAVAL Mr. and Mrs. .1. Willard Talk Thomas entertained a party of six of the formers gentlemen friends at. their home .Mon day night. Music, stories and a delicious supper were indulged in. The men vote the Thomas's royal entertain ers. James Akte, a brother of Julin Akre was initiated into spent in music and the Yoeman lodge Wednes day evening. James arrived r.ood team of horses recently from St. Paul and K. H. Swenston. Definition ol Pure Religion Homer Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Andrew« llesercction Through Love Duet Talk- Margaret Schmidt Where 1 delight to dwell Ruth Jackson Talk Baring the Heart of (Jod ,?•. Edith Peterson Sometime, Somewhere Misses Fjerstad, Arrowsmith Open meeting What marks are shown in m.v iile'r Benediction Talk Duet "tJo hall the Woodman Judkins and Jencks. I The room was beautifully I decorated in hearts and rib bons and the evening was 'jspenI in games and contests suitable for the occasion. ndrews and (,'ot- itingliam favored them with solos and Mrs. I toy .Steele rendered an excellent violin selection. Following this program 11 ivy repaired to the basement where a palatable supper was served. The tables were nicely decorated and a dainty little red heart was at each plate. Kach member was requested to write a Val entine Greeting on the card and at the close of the repast these were read aloud, Mrs, Massey of Milbank receiving a prize for the first best verse and Mrs. Stevens second. One new member, Mrs. John Walker was initiated at this meeting. you know," she Ki.ri|«"ml, "you are the lirst rent net or I nver me I. It I must be rxtreuivly iiiteiestliiB to act the purls created by the mnster dram atists like Shakespeare end"— "Now you're talkin', kid," he broke in. "I just ent that S!mkes|eare stuff alive. Why. I played In Shakespeare's 'Mast Lynne' for two whole Heasovis ind part of the time I played :i horn in the orchestra."—New York World. Students Aberdeen Busi-|\vii0at, ness College Interested r2.',- -A Indians who have been given their citizenship rights by the United States government find that they have also taken oil the same limitations which apply to whites in their dealings with their red brethren who have not been con ceded this right. The Indian commissioner holds that they are barred from dealing in cattle among the remaining Indians just as much as t^ould a white man under tlie federal law, and that they are sulv ject to the same penalties for pur chasing issue cattle from a brother red man as would a white man in attempting to make such a purchase This takes away from them a source of profit which they could relv nit on as Indians, but which they may not take up as citizens. MARKETS Du ram Students at Aberdeen Uusi-1 ness College itro intensely inter- Parley ested. There in a business :iir 0its prevailing. Everybody is work- Flax ing. Unroll nmv. S"ho/l open Butter, lb.... all siiminer. 15ggs, doz.... The following program will be given by the Sisseton Imperial Orchestra tonight, at the Unique Theatre: l'iirl I I he Star* and Stripes Forevever. Sousa )rcliestru Ivcrturo, Poet mxl Peasant Suppe Orchestra Violin Solo Pramiieri Wagner Hazel Morrill Whistling Specialty, accompanied Iv Orchestra Helen Wilson Overture Sounds from Sunny South.. Isenman a S O W .Jack Hanson Overture Lutspicl Tl Part I I Overture Golden Sceptre Riischlcl Violin Solo Perfect Day Bond Hazel Morrill Vocal Solo Oh Promise Me Henry Hanson Bohemian Girl Orchestra Cornet Solo Sernade Jack Hanson Overture The Eagles Nest OjeheettB Star Spangled Banner .. SI.«2 1 W ... 1.24 .. 86c ... 46c ...$2.55 ... 35c 35c egrell Scott W. Balfe Sliubert AJ t, 1» A'S.