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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, May 25, 1917, Image 5

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WAR
/WHEAT
AN°
The
I'ritisli
CANNED GOODS
reported as nearly exhausted.
CATTLE HOGS, and SHEEP
The First National Bank
Local and Personal
enjoved a picnic dinner at Lake
Traverse Sunday.
10. P. Brown and family arrived
the first of the week from Browns
Valley and will make their home
here. Mr. Brown has accepted a
pisition at the Thompson Hard
ware.
The Kastern Star Chapter held
their regular meeting at the Ma
sonic Hall. Mrs. George McDon
ald wns made a member. Mrs.
L. S. Perkins of Wilinot was an
out of town guest. Light refresh*
inents were served.
Mrs. L. S. Perkins of Wilinot
was a guest at the John Minder
home several days this week.
Krank Stauffer and Harry Dren
te!
1 autoed to New London, Minn,
to visit at the formers parental
home. They returned Monday
evening.
Ray Lore and wife of St. I'aul
are spending the week in Sisseton
transacting business and visiting
friends.
About Mens Shoes
There are "bluffs" amona shoes
as among men. Shoes that put
op a "front" but don't stand the
racket mean money for the shoes
Instead of ehoes for the
money.
Unquestionably the
O'Donnell men's shoe la
the shoe for the money.
—Money'e worth in
leather
—Money'« worth In the
workman«hip
—Money'» worth la
the wear—
Those are the points that you hate
the rhlht to expect In a shoe. The
O'Donnell Shoe dives you something
more, it dresses your foot with a
thoroughbred stylo that compels
attention. It Is too bad chat the
O'Donnell factory does not turn out
good women's shoes as well as men
shoes, but they do not malte worn*
en's shoes at all, because by special*
Izlng on men's shoes they create the
highest type of masculine footwear«
«•Inflvrgm by feminin« models.
And that's why we sell
O'Donnell Shoes
Swanberg Shoe Store
FOOD
government guarantees a min­
imum of $1.-41) 'iivl a maximum of.fl.'.M) fov lgmie
grown wheat. Tim Canadian Agricultural Socie
ties have refused an offer of $1 .:() for the entire.
Canadian crop of 11(17.
The Stocks of canned goods an
PROFIT AND PATRIOTISM
In IUI7 we will go hand in hand. Kor everv man
sent to war, live others must work at home to sup
ply him with food, clothing and equipment. The
farmers of Roberts eountv can help liv planting the
greatest possible acreage to food crops, wheat, corn,
-beans and potatoes. If money is needed to buv seed
come and talk to us.
.•: Hismark Thompson of New Ivlen I „ot return to Sisseton is deeply
was oni city 1 uesday visiting regretted bv his many friends here.
relatives
Miss Karen Olson departed Sat"
urdav for a visit at her home in
Rushtord, Minn.
L. V. Warring and wife and
daughter of New Kden were Sun
day visitors in Sisseton,
Mrs. Francis ('onley of l'eever
visited with Grandpa and (.rand
ma Murray a few days last week.
lolln Hicks lias been entertain
ing his mother from Summit the
past week. She returned to hei
home on Mondav.
have reached new
high levels. Beans and potatoes will he short lie
cause of seed shortage.
Si8ses™Uak.
Krank McDaniels leaves this
week for Morris, Minn., to visit
I his mother. The fact that lie will
Kniest Barnett and family of
Xew Effington spent Sunday with
his sister Mrs. Al Oliver.
Mrs. \V. C. Oliver and children
of New Kfiington Snndayed in
Sisseton
While walking across the floor
Saturday O ran dm a Oliver had the
misfortune to fall, striking against
the door and fracturing three of
her ribs. She is still confined to
her bed but getting along nicely.
Druggist Hlewitt of Claire City
was Sisseton Saturday having
dental work done.
Mrs. Lola. Robinson is unite
sick with imllamatorv rheumatism
The Teigen, Hanson, Charles.
Akre, Martin Peterson, Pete KotIf
um and Hen Sonslegard families bv Mrs. Henry Knist of New
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Satre of
Claire Citv were Sisseton shoppers
Tuesday. They were accompanied
KfTington.
Miss Minnie Anderson of Ros
holt was the guest of Miss Harriet
Nelson several days this week.
She returned to her home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Swenson
and baby were Browns Valley
visitors Tuesday.
Miss Susie Hill returned Thurs
day from a visit with friends at
Lake Citv.
The Mose Arrowsmith family
departed this week for Kden where
they will spend the summer on
the farm.
Dr. .1. V. Lepler departs today
for Minneapolis to visit Mrs. Lep
ler.
Miss Inez Otto spent Sunday and
Mondav at the A. M. Anderson
home in Peever.
For Sale—Cise.asion walnut
bed and dresser sit a bargain.
Supt. Emerson
A son was burn to Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Cliristianson north
west Sisseton this week.
Kniest ronfus of Long
Hollow township is confined
to the county jai| on charge
of destroying property. Some
time Saturday evening he
went to toe Sundry Swenum
son place and rut the tires
and cushions on his new car
besides destroying a tine sur
rey in similar manner. Stat
es Attorney .Jorgenson, Slier
ilY Meliee and Deputy Jack
son went out to lind Kronfus
and after a long search dis
covered him hiding in a hay
stack near Iiis place with a
pitchfork which lie evidently
intended to use for protection
hut the hoys caught him
asleep, and before he was
aware of the mens presence,
Jim had stradied his neck
and there was im chance for
fligl or '.
Lutheran.
No morning set-vires
Union services at Opera Honse
at 10:30
Luther League at 0:45
Song service at 8
Services in Lake View at 3.
M. G. Saferen leaves for Aber
ileen Saturday to attend Summer
school.
Supt. Kmerson and wife expect
lo leave Saturday on a trip through
1
Molilalia and other western states.
They will make the tour in their
I little Kord.
Little Phyllis Aker entertained a
party of friends at her home Tnes
day afternoon. It was tile little
girl's fifth birthday.
Mr. and Mis. Blaine Kruger and
daughter departed Saturday night
for Kergus Kails, for a two weeks
1
visit with Mr. Krugers parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Willson Walsh and
son of Claire City were week end
visitors with her mother, rs. Mar
garet Cook. Russell Cook ac-!
compamed them home and will
1
spend the .summer there.
Magnus (",ustafson, Ira Lanipkej
and Will. Kox are three more Sis
seton boys about to enlist to light
for Old Gloty. They departed:
Saturday night tor Minneapolis
to take tile physical examination,
I. II. Armstrong of Milbank was
in our city Monday.
Atty. Maui eatne up from Mil"
,bank Monday.
Kstrayed—One iron grey mare
two years old, one bawl faced buv
mare two years old. Kinder please
shut up and notify.
Atty. Noble is up from Peever
this week attending to court mat
ters.
Kditor liailly of the Peever
Pilot and Alex Hailly were Sisse"
ton callers on Monday.
•lack Haggerty and two sons of
Vehlen were over Sunday visitors
with hij mother.
KredSnyder and Knut Olson and
son John of Vehlen were transact"
ing bus'ness here Monday.
Miss Kate Kgan was called to
Charles City, Iowa, last week by
the serious illness of her sister.
Miss Bessie Wilcox is spending
the week with her brother Noble
of Milbank.
Baptiste La Belle and Catherine
LaCroix both of Vehlen were mar
ried in our city Monday. The
ceremony was performed by Justice
Prindiville.
Leo. Lukantisch returned Tues
day night from a business trip to
the twin cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Blood and
children are visiting her mother,
Mrs. John Adney this week.
Kred and John Swanson of kosh
olt came down Tuesday to spend a
few days taansacting business.
Mrs. Martinson who has been
here from Minneapolis for several
weeks past visiting her father
Ole Paulson, returned to hei home
Monday. Mr. Paulson has about
recovered from his illness and will
soon be around again.
Mr. and Mrs. Iimil Aker and
Dr. and Mrs. Quiunell Snndayed
at Buffalo Lake.
Tony Dale came up from Corona
Tuesday to transact business and
renew old acquaintances. H~ was
formerly employed at the McGowan
lumber yard here.
Mrs. C. M. Peterson returned
on Wednesday from Holton, Kan
where she Jhas spent the past six
weeks visiting her aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Kred Gleason of
Claire City
AV*re
Thursday.
Sisseton shoppers
Dr. Peterson was a professional
callei in Claiie City Monday.
John King of Lake City trans
acted business in our city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schmaus of
Drywood are the proud parents of
a baby boy born Tuesday May 22.
Miss Bertha Sjoberg had her
tonsils removed at the Sisseton
Hospital Friday.
Mrs Emily Otto of White Rock
was a Sisseton caller Thursday.
Miss Hazel Morrill came up from
Milbank Friday night and spent
Saturday with her cousin, Ruth
Bennett.
•THE SI SS ETON WEEKLY STANDARD
ing acquaintances.
A marriage license was
the state.
I. Sproti, Lake City, S. D.
The Momeny House in under
going some changes this week.
The kitchen has been newly plas
tered and a new floor is being put
in. A summei kitchen and large
back porch are also being erected.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and How about that White av tor
Mrs. Arnt Rise of our city, Satur-I Sisseton? It's about time some- I
day May 19th- thing was started it we are to have
Dr. Maw the Kye Specialist will installed this yeai To light up
Commercial I trom the depot to the east of the I
cim11 house and from Meads vor- I
be in Sisseton at the
Hotel June 21 —12.
John To Hog und W. .1. Lamp
man of Harmon township were
in the city on business Monday.
Kor Rent- -Hay meadow live
miles from Sisseton. Impure of
A. P. Hondo.
Sam McCormick ol Arlington
was in the citv several davs renew- I
1
01 la,re C,tv U,is week
Miss Margaret Neville will ch
her term of school in Grant No. 4.
Dan Babb of Wiimot was the
city on business Wednesdav
On Peerless Kerosine Oil
Stove are the Safest, Simplest,
cook stove of its kind made
Hums and kind of Kerosine and
is Absolutely Smokeless, al
Thompson's Hardware.
Sheriff McGee calls attention to
auto drivers who have failed to get
their 1917 license, to get busy as
he is one of the men to enforce the
law and is going to do his duty.
To avoid Jim and further trouble,
better get that number changed.
Atty. A- O. Buildy and family
leave Saturday for Lyons, S. D.,
Misses Martha Morris ami Moore
entertained the lady teachers and
a few friends at the Morris home
one evening last week. (lames and
various other amusements weie
indulged in.
Co. Supt. Thomas returned on
Saturday trom Hoi Springs wlieie
he attended the State Convention
of the County Superintendents and
also a meeting of the Committee of
the Reversion of Study. The new
Course will be ready when school
opens Sept. 1st.
A basket Social will be held on
Friday evening at 8 O'CIOCK oil
June 1, 1917 in the Dry Wood Lake
school, District No. 1, 0 miles
southwest of Sisseton. Ladies
will bring baskets with lunch for
two. All are cordially invited to
come. Anna Thurston, Teacher-
The many friends of Mrs. Hen
rietta Steele will be pleased to learn
that she has secured a Soldier's
Widow Pension of SI2 per mouth.
Mrs. Steele
says it's thru the con
stant work of Senator Sterling that
she has finally secured the pension.
There was also a small amount of
back pay.
Frank Harris of Long Hollow
Township wishes to notify the
public that the road through his
pasture has been discontinued. Mr. A| KAIInfV
Harris is willing that people should I*»' OO rtrillU
use this road when the public roa-l l|jJ»n «Mfl CllVfi
is not passable, but in the past
weeks people have been leaving
the gate open and his stock has
gotten out into neighbors grain.
On account of this practice Mr.
Harris feels that i-,e is obliged to
close the road across his property.
Lost—-Ford auto tire on Meri
dian Knud bet ween Sum mit and
Sisseton. Finder leave at the
Standard office.
Mrs. S'.eele informs us that, it
was just 25 .years ago Thursday
that she first sighted Sisseton
and located here. Mr. and Mrs.
Steele opened the first hotel here
in the property now occupied by
Nels Johdson on the east side of
town, which the.v ran for a num
ber of years. rs Steele says
those were hard years in South
Dakota, and she would not care
to live them over again. She is
the only pioneer woman living in
Sisseton to-day.
tier to the Kline Corner would take|
4S posts costing about $5ii each,
The lighting cost would be S-'.W
per month for each post How
about tins and who's going lo start
the list.' Don't all speak al once.
Mr. and Mrs. Umcrson, Messrs.
Krebs ami Sateren and the Miss-1
es Snvdei, Atteln and Westlake
were entertained at the Akre home
issued Thursday evening. Iii other lames
fnnljsheii the cilief
C. R. Jorgenson departed on Snvder at the piano
Tuesday for Mandan, N. I).,
attend business» matters. He
expected home on Salm da
„„.»seme,it for I
the teachers, and they with Miss
accompanied
bv Krebs with the horn and Sateren
Willi his violin rendered many
beautiful pieces, after which re
iresliments were served.
Webster Anderberg arrived home
Saturday night from Minneapolis
and will spend the summer here. I
He has been employed as book-
Mav.il. A social and program
will be given.
The Roberts County teachers in
stitute will iie held al Aberdeen keeper for a hardware maniilad
June 4l to Ulli inclusive in coir ing concern the past two mom lis.
nection with ten other rounties of and previous to I,hat was attending
business college.
Messrs, Albert Olin, Anderson
and McCoy of Wheat on and Krick
son of Rosliolt were in our citv
Kiidav on business. I
Hogan, the stock- buyer of St.j
Paul is iu Sisseton and vicinit
buying stock this week. Pros
peels are good for shipping sever
al carloads Saturday
Circuit' Court is in session this
week Irving only court cases, as
Judge liouck thought it uuadvis
able to take the farmers from their
fields at this season of the year for
jury duties. All jury cases have
been continued until the fall term.
While men are busy in the fields
to visit relatives. Mr. Hundy will the housemaids should be equally
return the fore part of the week
but Mrs. Bunde and children will
remain for a longer visit
busy in the garden. It is a pleas
tire to work in gardens with tools
of quality. We handle the Keen
Kutter line of garden tools. Prices
reasonable.
Tlionipson Hardware.
Western Klevlric Sewing Machines
Read of Western Kleefric adver
tisement in the current issue of the
Saturday Kveiling Post and then
come to our office and see and try
the machine.
Dakota Kleef ric Co.
Office at Mead Garage.
Kor Sale or Lease—160 acres in
Itossko township. Terms reason
able. Ida J. Monson (Savage.)
12420 Say
well Ave, Cleveland, O.
Dr. Maw, the Kye Specialist
will be in Sisseton at the Commer
cial Hotel June 11—12.
For Sale Japanese Mi let at
$2.50 per bushel while it lasts.
Phone or write Fred Krosch, 4.
Sisseton, S. 11.
For Rent—The Si ol the NWJ
of Section 17, in Dry Wood Lake
township. Inquire of .1. Knapp
For Sale—50 tons of prarie hay
south of town and 200 tons west
of town. Inquire of Win. Olson,
Route 4, box 2.
WE PAY CASH
IIIIIBS ällU I III 5
Poultry prices are the
same as last week
Present market on Eggs is
31c
If market goes higher we
will pay more.
Old Iron $7 a ton
We buy all Junk at mar
ket value
Hides 18c and 20c
Call us up before selling.
Phone 61
Benson Produce Co.
Opposite Standard Office
SISSETON, S. D.
Horse-lift Cultivators
A,.:. Alwny* fin ?Vrf\ Ihr IVitm Dot1* the Work.
Both nanus !.iis-'i! by the right hand lever, leaving the
loft hand free to drive tho team. It is always ill balance,
whether tin gangs ai• raised or lowered, and til« pol« will
not fly up. The rc raised from the ground by the
team that's why it icalled a "Horse-Lilt" Cultivator.
This is the principle upon which it is constructed, but
the perfection of litis movement will be better appreciated
when you realize l'i,:( this Cukivator is composed of fewer
parts than are used in oi'.ier cultivators of this class.
CANTOS PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS
THOS. THOMPSON
IlfiAcIqtmrlers for
All Kinds of Up-to-Date Farm Machinery
nr*
3C
A community socinl will
Bu rgulars at that time broke the l^r. Dyson,
lock of the door to the clothing I H. Davis,
department of tho Monde store
State of SonlM U.'ikutii, County of Koberts SS.
Sealed bill* will
IK-
tORD NEWS
lie livid at llie irI 11• I farm
in Kntorprise township Tlnirs- M'l.V 2änd. 1S117.
day evening May :$l, at S Sirce March %li, we have sold
u'cliick. Senator Marviek |iUR'delivered cars to the follow
ami ('. II. Jorgenson are!in« '"Uiied persons:
slated to give aihlresses, lie-
1
sides other mimliers are lieing
arranged for. Itcfresliments
will lie served. A cordial in
vilation is extended to every- Ole Nedreberg,
one. I .lens Olson,
KOIIDS
Col. W. S. Ravii,
.1 L. Vig,
Sundry Swenuuison,
Nels Peterson,
Joiin Bunde, an Arlington A.K.Kggen,
merchant lias just returned from Helmer Eide
Cleveland, ()., wlie'e lie succeed- -A- Otto,
jed in recovering possession of' Iver Matheison,
about hi ,-(Ki worth of silks stolen M. O. Kikuin,
from his store late in February, Win. Swanson.
I J*
The privilcdKc of rejecting any and nil bids
is hereby reserved.
Hated this 18th day of May 1917. County
Hoard of Kducntion pf Rolierts County. S. N
J. W. Thomas,
County Superintendent, Chairman.
K. C. Kichert, County Auditor. Secretary
L. Walker,
and secured t.lui silks. The as I Andrew Okeson,
sortment, with large quantities M. Davis,
of silks stolen from other north- Frank MeKenna,
western towns, was finally local- li. O. Kivley,
ed ai, Cleveland, where Mr. lion Krick Dahl,
de finally succeeded in convinc
ing the courts of Iiis ownership
of his portion of the stolen goods
which he has brought home to
Arlington with liini.
Proposals For Bids for School Books Casper Möllenhoff Peever
W. A. lirckenbrack, Watertown
I BEOS
rvvvivvil BY the Counlv
Honrd of Mucntion of Koln-rts County, South
Dakota, at Sisseton in said county, ti|i to ntnl in
ctudiiiK tin- L'th day of June WI7. at the hour of
5:00 o'clock M., for furnivhiuu school books
to the I'Upiisof all public schools in said counly
as provided in Article XIV, Chapter 135 of .the
Session l.nws of 1W7. for the term of five years
from the Uth day of June 1917.
With each and all bids submitted, pursuant to
this proposal, there »hall
IK-
J. Stadler,
J. K. lied rick,
submitted for the
inspection nl snid County Honrd of Kdtication.
Hample looks corresponding to each and everv
item embraced in the bids submitted, respective
ly. No text-liook will will
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adopted by snid
Hoard nor any contract therefor in nnv event
made the price of which hook, as proposed in
any bid so submitted, shall l»e niwve the c«»,.
trart or wholesale price at which said book is
furnished to miv other state, county, or school
corporation in the United States during the yenr
previous to such adoption.
New Furniture
Sisseton
Sisseton
Sisseton
Sisseton
V. Sisseton
Sisseton
Sisseton
Sisseton
Sisseton
Sisseton
Sisseton
Sisseton
Sisseton
Sisseton
Sisseton.'
Sisseton
Sisseton
Sisseton.
Sisseton
Sisseton
Claire City
Peever
jlosliolt
Clause A, Nelson,
Iver Lyogen,
A A
Jos. F. Hedrick, Browns Valley
Ole O. Kvernes, Grenville
(juincy flume Browns Valley
Sisseton
Browns Valley
Bids Wanted
Sealed bids will be received up
to the 1st day of June for the use
of I-ingineby mile to pull an ele
vator grader. The Board re
ceives the right to reject any or
all bids.
By order of Grant, township
Board. J. W. Haimasch,
2 1 Clerk.
Right now we are showing the nicest
assortment of Home Furnishings ever
displayed at our store.
We have just the furniture you want
for every room in your home. Besides
we we Rugs, Carpets, Draperies, Cur
tains, Wall Paper, etc.
We have just received a shipment of wall
Tents, of various sizes.
T. W. CAHILL
Sisseton, S. Dakota

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