LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Butter Milk for sale by barrel
or can at the Sisseton Creamery.
We cut and fit all kinds of
wind shield glass. Schindler Bros.
Mrs. Lobben spent the week
end with Mrs. heo Thone of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kivley of
Peever were Sisseton visitors on
After Chautauqua visit the
McGee Lawn for your ice cream
and fcake. Saturday June 21,1919
Have your shot guns repaired
now before the hunting season
opens this fall, by Schindler Bros.
Mrs. Jens Jurgensoo and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Kuhn tr Peever
ransagted business Sisseton
A delightful preparation that
takes the odor out of prespira
tion. Rexall Nice. Price 25c. F. P.
Now is the time to plant ever
bearing strawberry plants. I
have a few dozen to sell. Henry
Misses Delia Rice and Chris
tine Opitz of Peever were shop
ping in Sisseton between trains
The Epworth League will
serve ice cream and cake on the
McGee Lawn Saturday afternoon
Rev. Steffen and August Schu
namann left on Monday for Sioux
Falls to attend the Convention of
the Evangelical church.
For Sale—I John Deere, two
row corn cultivator. Cheap if
taken at once. Leslie Marvick.
Sisseton S. D. (June6-20)
Frank Haggerty arrived here
Saturday having been discharg
ed from the army where he has
been in service for the past year.
Like all the rest of Uncle Sam's
boys, Frank looks well fed and
not oyer worked.
Mrfl Carsten Eggen arrived
on Monday from Denver, Col.,
where she has been with Mr.
Eggen the past four mnoths, who
is out there for his health. She
says Carsten is getting along
The Standard is in receipt of
a -ard from Miss Marv Morris
asking that her Standard be
changed from Marshall, Md., to
Baltimore Md. where her father
W. K. is confined to the John
Hopkins Hospital, having under
gone a serious operation last
Wednesday. Mr. Morris is gett
ing along nicely.
There will be a barn dance at
Ben Faribaults' barn on Friday
evening June 13th. Everyone is
cordially invited to come and
have a good time. There will be
a good supper served nd music
will be furnished by Jones, Shep
ard.Lee, Starlight and Faribault
If the weather should not per
mit the dance will be postponed
to Saturday night June 14th.
Axel Anderson brought in six
fine head of beef stock Wednes
M$*y which he sold to the local
butchers, Messrs Jensen and
Brewster at 7c per lb. This is the
1*^ for beef stock
but, then they were good
«stock too, that's the difference,
Graduate of Chicago School of Cosmeticians
Announces the Opening of the
Marinello Beauty Parlor
Hair Dressing, Manicure, Scalp arul Facial Massage,
Shampooing arul Dyeing
Complete Hue oj Jrittrinello .7oilet Preparations
Your patronage solicited and all work guaranteed satisfactory
Phone 314 Over Millinery Store
Andereon takes pride in
good market stock and
well fed and in fine
on. It pays every time.
A. F. Ertsgaard was a pas
senger to Peever Saturday noon.
Judge and Mrs. Batterton were
Wilmot visitors between trains
For Sale—Butter Milk by the
barrel or can at the Sisseton
Order your repairs now for
International Machinery. Tom
Mrs. Harrison Murray of Pee
ver was a visitor at the county
Abner Markel was up from
Milbank and spe it the week end
with his family.
Jim Davis camo up from Wi'
mot Friday evehing to attend
the R. N. A. daniv.
Lost—Three keys on ring, 2
large and 1 small. Finder please
return to thh office
There's safety from sunburn
in Rickers Peroxzone Cream.
Price 25c F. P. M/ildaner.
Mrs. Al Pearson and Mrs.
Opitz were Sisseti shoppers on
Saturday between trai's.
Just received a new line xf re
frigerators in all sizes. Call and
look them over. T. W. Cahill.
Josephine Porter was a pas
snger from Wilmot Saturday
noon to visit her sister Mrs. Geo.
Don't forget to see Thomas
Edward "Penfant terrible" at the
opera house in the class play
next Friday eve., June 13.
"Bill" Ready departed Satur
day noon for a several weeks
visit with friends at Makoti, S
D. Bill was employed there when
he entered the service.
The City Council has decided
that the elctric whistle -shall
blow at 7-12-1-6 and 9 o'clock,
beginning next Monday. This is
requested by the laboring peo
Threshing Rig For Sale—
Minneapolis Kerosene outfit, en-
plows, all in good condition.
three years. H. H. Hanson, Route
5 One Road Twp., Sec. 15.
Rudolph Stoffregren has been
enjoying a two weeks vacation
from his duties as manager for
the Otter Tail Power Co. at
Wahpeton. After spending a
week taking in the sights in Min
neapolis he came to Sisseton for
a few days visit with old friends.
He returned to Wahpeton Mon
The infant child of Mrs. Fred
McDonald died at their home in
Lake City last Friday evening
following an illness of several
weeks duration. Funeral servic
es were held from the M. E.
church in Sisseton Sunday and
interment was made in the Sis
seton cemetery. The bereaved
mother has the sympathy of the
There wil lbe a barn dance at
the Leo Houde farm, Friday
evening June 20. Everyone in
vited and a good time assured.
Positively no booze will be al
lowed on the presimes.
One black colt about V/n yrs.
old came to my place about two
weeks ago and one •roan mare
about ten, came to my place on
May 30. Has halter. Jack Jones
Long Hollow Township, Sec. 1.
Quality Shoes for the whdle family
anberg Shoe Store
Be sure to see -is when you
need Insecticides or Spraying
Solutions. F. P. Maldaner.
Andrew Marvick, member of
the State Highway Commission
arrived home today from a busi
ness trip to the southern part of
Mrs. R. B. Walker and little
daughter of Grass Range, Mont.,
is here visiting her father W. D.
Wilson, brother Jerry and sister
Mrs. Hall Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Babb and
Mrs. Hans Tallakson departed
Wednesday noon for Minneapolis
to consult a specialist in regard
to the ladies health.
Miss Cora Humphner arrived
home last week from Osakis,
Mnn., to spend the summer. She
has been teaching school there
the past year and has signed up
for another term.
Marriage licenses were issued
recently to John Pipiya and Su
san DeMarrias of Vehlen Asa
Fastbear and Ruth Eaglestaff of
Sisseton Peter Lawrence Hoss
and Helma Josephine Hanson of
Sisseton and George Aldrich and
Clara Koepke of Sisseton.
The wolves are out all over the
world, and the sheep are doing
everything they can to aid them.
You lack ordinary sense if you
believe roguery pays. There is
not one man in a thousand cap
able of being a successful rogue.
or en no ci„ while anyone may succeed as an
honest man. A successful rogue
must have unusual cunning, un
usual nerve. The man capable
of being a successful rogue could
succeed a thousand times easier
as a worker and honest man. The
average man's capacity is for
straight endeavor the world is
organized on that plan. Every
man's hand is against a rogue
every man is willing to reward a
neighbor who is safe, reliable and
SLSSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
Miss Mamie Olson is the new
clerk at Bollenbeck's.
A. A. Peterson went to Wilmot
Monday, returning Tuesday.
S. D. Sprague of Webster was
a business caller here Wednes
Let Tom Osman order your re
pairs for International machin
J. A. McKeever of Timber
Lake, S. D., is here on business
Mrs. Laura Veeder of Minne
apolis is visiting at the Deli
Mr. and Mrs. Cardwell of Wil
mot were Sisseton visitors on
Atty. C. C. Bush and son of
Waubay were in our city on busi
Bert Persons arrived from St.
Paul last Wednesday for an ex
tended visit in the Jim McGee
Mrs. Leo Lukanitsch and two
children departed Tuesday noon
for Minneapolis where her son
Roy is haying dental vfirk done.
Miss Nora Tallakson' has re
signed her position as steno
grapher at the Agency and ar
rived home Tuesday to spend the
Notice to Contractors
Notice is hereby given that
sealed bids will be received for
the erection of a new Catholic
Church fyame building 40x80 ft.
to be erected at Lake City, S. D.
Two classes of bids will be receiv
ed, one for labor only, and one
for labor and material, except ex
gravel and stone.
All bids must be submitted on
or before 2:00 o'clock P. M. Wed
nesday, July 2nd, 1919.
Plans and specifications can be
procured by applying to M. G.
Trautner, Secretary of St.
Josephs Parish, Lake City, S. D.
Same to be returned to him with
in 10 days by registered mail.
The board reserves the right to
reject anv and all bids.
By order of Building Commit
M. G. Trautner, Secrtary.
Notice To Creditors
Estate of Jens Jorgensen, De
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned executrx of the will
and estate of Jens Jorgensen, de
ceased to the creditors of and all
persons having claims against
the said deceased to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouch
ers, within six months after the
first publication of this notice, to
the said executrfai at the office of
Batterton dfc Bunde, in the City of
Sissteon, in the County of
Bjberts,- South Dakota.
Dated June 7.1919.
^Executrix of the Will and
state of Jens Jorgensen,
(June 18 July 11)
A large line of Tents for sale
and also folding chairs and camp
cots. T. W. Cahill.
The people who want a six
hour day of course expect to ride
to and from their place of work
on the boss's time. Also the six
hour a day crowd feel that they
should have their meals on the
employer's time, as they can't
work unless they are fed.
High School Notes
(Thelma Torvik Reporter)
The Seniors have been prac
ticing hard on their class play
and promise you your money's
worth and more next Friday
Margaret Schmidt attended
the teacher's institute at Aber
deen last week.
Agnes Nelson is absent fr.x
school on account of sickness.
Beulah Wilson, Alice Swan
berg, Ruth, Fern and Hazel J*ck
son, Ruhy Arrowsmith, Ardys
Ryan and Beatrice Osman went
to Corona Tuesday noon to at
tend .the Sunday School Conven
If you want to go back to
Sweden or any place else come
and see what made Inga change
her mind about going back and
you'll want to stay here too, at
the Opera House, Ft" day the
The following are at Brook
ings attending the Shotr Course:
Ethel Marvick, Mildred Stavig,
Mary Thomas, Velva Steele, Viv
ian Lien and Mrs. A. K. Tholle
haug as chaperon.
Eeventeen pupils of 104 were
tardy one morning this week.
(Roy Tallakson, Reporter)
Last Friday the pupils of the
fourth grade finished a contract
in. penmanship and showed some
The sixth grade pupils have
completed their study of South
America. They have also started
work in decimals. Also five girl6
have had perfect spelling les
sens the entire week.
Notice is Hereby Given, that
the Annual school election for
the Sisseton Independent School
District of Roberts County,
South Dakota will be held on
Tuesday the 17th day of June,
1919, between the hours of 12
o'clock at noon and 5 o'clock in
the afternoon. That said election
will be held in the frame build
ing, now situated West of the
main brick building on the school
house block, being block 76 of
the City of Sisseton, County of
Roberts and State of South Da
kota that at said election there
will be two vacancies on the
Board of Education to be -tilled
Notice of Annual School Election be foreclosed and the above des-
Member of the Board of Edu-
Why This Bank—A State Bank
Is A Safe Bank.
The laws of this state are made for your pro
They are made by men who are your neighbors
and friends. If you would secure the advantages
and protection of these laws you must put your
self in line with their action.
The Depositors Guaranty Fund is the result of
a State law and through its protection your de
posits in this bank are Guaranteed-lOOc on the
Deposit with this bank-the Guaranty State
Bank—and be SAFE, absolutely.
Guaranty State Bank
O. A. TORVIK PAUL SIE WERT R. JORGENSON
O. E. LIEN R. R. CONE N.
cation at large for a term of
Member of the Board of Edu
cation at large for a term of
Dated at Sisseton, South Da
kota this 5th day of June, 1919.
Frank R. McKenna,
Notice of Mortgage Sale
Default having been made in
the conditions of a certain mort
gage, containing a-power of sale,
executed and deliverd by Chris
tina B. Preston and C. L. Pres
ton, her husband, of the county
of Roberts and state of South
Dakota, mortgagors, and given
to the Citizens National Bank of
Sisseton, mortgagee, dated the
27th day of November, 1917, and
recorded in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds of Robrts County
South Dakota, on the 8th day of
January, 1918, in Book 87 of
Mortgages on page 336, and
describing the following describ
ed premises, to-wit: Lots num
ber One, Two Three, Four, Five
and Six (L. 1, 2, 3, 4,5 and 6) of
Block Thirty-four (34) of the
original Town, now City of Sisse
ton, according to the official plat
thereof now on file in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Rob
erts County, South Dakota.
That there has been a default
in the payment of the promissory
note described in and secured by
said mortgage, together with the
interest on said promissory note,
and the amount of principal now
due on said promissory note is
seven Hundred ($700.00) Dollars
and the amount of interest now
due on said promissory note is
One Hundred Eight and 90-100
($108.90) Dollars the amount of
principal and interest due at the
date of this notice is Eight Hun
dred Eight and 90-100 ($808.90)
Dollars, and no action has been
instituted at law to collect said
debt or any portion thereof.
Now, Therefore, Notice is
Hereby Given, That by virtue of
the power of sale in said mort
gage contained and of the
Statute in such case made and
provided, the said mortgage will
cribed premises will be sold at
public auction by the sheriff of
Roberts County, South Dakota,
at the front door of the Court
House in the city of Sisseton in
said county and state on the 25th
day of .iuly 1919, at the hour of
one o'clock in the afternoon of
that day for the purpose of sat
isfying said mortgage, interest,
accruing interest and the Statu
tory attorney's fees and disburse
ments allowed by law.
Dated June 11, 1919.
Citizens National Bank of Sis
J. W. Barrington,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
James McGee, Sheriff
(June 13- July 11)
C. M. PETERSON
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