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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, September 26, 1919, Image 3

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Mrs. J. A. Xorby, Editor
Mrs. John Stucki was a Sisse
ton caller Wednesday, having
•d°ntal work done.
Mrs. G. W. Aney entertained
the M. E. Ladies Aid last Wed-
nesday afternoon. upon them gladly.
Mrs. P. C. Laing and Mrs. Al-
been visiting the J. A. Norbj
family, returned to her home on
Thursday evening.
Theo. Thone left Friday noon
for Arlington, S. D., where he
has accepted a position with the
Combs Construction Co.
O. R. Aney sold one of his six
months old Poland China pigs to
Arthur Carey of Marvin last
week for $100.00.
B. B. Griffeth's two girls left
for Minneapolis last week to at
tend school.
Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson of
Langford, S. D., were guests at
the Doc. Strait home Friday.
Wm. Laird and Dr. Doupe de
parted Tuesday night for Shak
oppe, Minn., where Mr. Laird will
take treatment for rheumatism.
—-Waubay Clipper.
Alice Hegna is the new clerk
at the Peever Drug Co.
Mrs. Oliver of Sisseton was a
guest at the J. H. Bailly home
Monday afternoon.
Al Casey of Sisseton was a
business visitor here Monday af
Miss Florence Renville went tfc
Sisseton Monday for a few days
visit with Mrs. Powell.
P. C. Johnson of Wist was a
business caller in our civy Mon
day afternoon.
Council Proceedings
City Hall, Sept. 8,1919.
Council met in regular session
with members present, Mayor
Norby, Aldermen Fredrich, Pier
son, Rodeen and Laing, absent
Ildväd and Nelson.
Minutes of the previous meet
ing read and passed as approv
Following bills were read anc
on motion of Rodeen and second
ed by Pierson were ordered paid.
Communication of Otter Tai'
Power Company read, but no ac
tion taken.
There being no further busi
ness, on motion meeting was ad
H. C. Olson, fire chief's ex
pense to Conv $35.7C
Otter Tail Power Co. lights
for August 57.0C
McGowan Lbr. Co. Lbr,
streets 23.8f
C. A. Strait,
City Auditor.
American Legion Will Oppose
Disloyal Men
Watertown—The day of reck
oning tor pseudo Americans, near
Americans and little Americans
in public life approaches the
dawn." That is pare of the a epiy
of the American Legion to a
Texas correspondent who asitei.
the American Legion Weekly, the
official magazine of the national
organization of American veter
ans ol the great war, to define tho
Legion's slogan "Policies—Not
"While the American Legion
adheres to its slogan—
not Politics,"—the Legion an
nounces "it conceivably will have
a great deal to do with politics.
Not with narrow partisan poli
tics. The Legion was conceived
And is being built of a bigness and
soundness far aboue that. But it
is going to take cognizance of
what is sound practice-and what
is not sound ractice in the polit
ical readjustment of the country.
Its members are not going to
wink at political flabbiness and
political rottenness. Nor are they
going to temporize with public or
would-be-public servants whose
Americanism is found tinted with
There will be English Services
in the Lutheran Church next
Sunday afternoon, Sept. 28, at 3
o'clock. Everyone welcome to
these services.
Rev. Nerison, Pastor.
Miss Inez Enquist was born on
... March 20,1902 and departed this
-A ring with a long ruby
PlCaSe CaU at the
Born to Mr. artd Mrs. Edwin public in general, was one of de
Sundhime on Saturday, Sept. 14
"a baby girl.
fred Nelson attended the fair at
Milbank last week.
Mrs. G. W. Aney went to Wil
mot last Thursday to have dental mortal. Whenthe call came she
work done. accepted it as she did all things!a
Mrs. Hines of Wilmot who has in life, without a murmur. they
19. 1919, age 17 years.
life,'though not of the kind
that brings one into the eye of the
votion to all the duties that fell and guarantees^this to be abso
upon her. She was kind to all, pa
tient in all trials, able to look up
on all conditions as from a grac
ious providence and accept them
cheerfully. In her known duties
never faltered but entered
We hear it each and all
A song of those who answer not
However we may call
They throng the silence of the
In all her life she had a vision yer.rs ago ihe South Dakota pig
of the great eternal realm always yas "lost despised of lndivi
before her, and was prepared at I duals and very littic attention
all times for the transition that i^as Pa.'d t° its likes and dislikes,
should place her with the im-
Her relatives and a host of!wcr?
ful. The remains were laid tc
rest in the Peever cemetery.
To her dear ones we speak
our tenderest sympathy in this
trying hour of deep sorrow. Be
reavement is our common lot and
grief for those who answer not.
"It signeth low in every heart,
We see them as of yore,
The kind, the true, the brave the
Who walk with us no more.
"More homelike seems the vast jff
Since they .have entered there
To follow them were not so hard
Wherever they may fare.
They cannot be where God is not
On any sea or shore,
What e'er betides, Thy love a
Our God for evermore.
Mrs. Wm. Laird and son Ver
don of Waubay, are visiting at
the G. W. Aney home this week.!
Mrs. Jack Kelly and Mrs'. Ful
ler left Tuesday for Red Lake
Falls, Minn., in response to a:
telegram stating the serious ill
ness of their father. I
New Drug Store Open
The new drug store has opened
for business in the building form
erly occupied by the Peever Drug
Co. The fixtures arrived last week
and are installed and the new
[EVER was such right-handed-two
1 fisted smokejoy as you puff out of a
jimmy pipe packed with Prince Albert I
That's because P. A. haa the quality
stock is being unpacked. The
new store is owned by Doctors
Pearson and Richert, and is under
management of Mr. Blewitt, a
registered pharmacist.
The new firm caters to the per
scription werk of the community
lutely reliable. They wlil carry a
general lne customary in a fist
class drug store and respectfully
solicit your patronage.
A .LA3- 1",
Bruce Herald—Less than 10
I»gs those days wore born
in the shads of a straw stack or
and no
friends realize that one has been pother to cho feed lot for some
taken from their midst who loved V^,*0
and was true to all.
The funeral services were held1successful in escaping death from
at the M. E. church Tuesday af-' disease or wagon wheel until he
ternoon. The church was appro-! "at* reached a fattening age, he
priately decorated and the flora!! J^as
existed until they
enough to follow their
the pig of 10 years ago was
offerings were many and beauti- begrudgingiy fed corn and occas-
°P in a feed yard and
ionally received a drink in an old
wooden trough half buried in
mire. His pen was a mud hole
and his feed was thrown in the
dirtiest spot. His abode, if any
was provided, was dark, damp
and ill smelling and his bed con
sisted of mouldy, dusty straw
that filled his lungs witli disease
with every breath.
But times have changed. Today
he is the barnyard favorite and
even breaks into print once a
week. He is fed a balanced meal
on a specially surfaced feeding
You can't fool your taste apparatus any more than you
can get five aces out of a family deck! So, when you hit
Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour
earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes,
you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line I
Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own,
but when you figure-that P. A. is made by our exclusive
patented process that cuts out bite and parch—weif—you
feel likp getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words
to express your happy days sentiments I
Tippy nif km, tUfr iW tow, HwAaw nnmrf mm4 tibi
nJ rirt f.M. #1.1 -r—-V--".-. -.-TT S
top that h—f ihm tobmcco im meh pmrfmet cowdgtfm.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N.C
J. F. Fredrich, Pres.
Sigurd K. Frostad,
fioor and he imbibes all the cool,
clean water he wants from a
sanitary fountain.
The old notion that a hog lov
ed darkness and dirt rather than
light has been dissipated by
swine loving reformers and the
much misunderstood pig has al
last received the comforts of life
that his long suffering forefath
ers squealed in vain for.
The modern Dakota hog house
is now a vertiable palace as bam
yard residences go. It is in
reality a sun parlor and farmers
wives have been obliged to
change the name of her sun par
lor to "solorium" in order to main
tain the dignity of her home.
Thevsnobbish pig has to have
plenty of ventilation in his home
and a stove and sanitary feeding
troughs. The baby pigs get sick
if their feed pans are not kept
perfectly clean and they don't en
joy their afternoon nap a bit un
less the sun is streaming light
and heat in their cozy beds.
Have your Auction Bills Printed
the Standard Office.
Prairie View Herd
of Poland-Chinas
Where the Big Ones
'f Grow
We ItaVe a choice lot of young
stuff for sale at the present
time. If in need of anything
call on us.
Everything Guaranteed
O. R. ANEY, Peever, S. D.
Start an account with the
of Peever
and let us help you too save.
5 percent on time Deposits.
Ask this bank how to get your
Real Estate Loan:
Insurance of all kinds.
Carl J.- Rice, Cashier
Asst. Cash.
Notice to Creditors
Estate of Herman Nelson, Decease 1
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed administrator, Christ Chria
tenson of the estate of Herman Ne!
son deceased, to the creditors of and
all persons having clamis against Un
said deceased, to exhibit them, with
r-L, .r,•- t,'
Harold Cook, Mgr. Peever,S.D.
One Million Dollars
to loan on good improved farm land in
South Dakota
for particulars see
the necessary vouchers, within sis
months after the first publication of
this notice, to the said administrator
at Sisseton, South Dakota, in the
County of Roberts.
Start an account at the Farmrs Scurity Bank.
And w'll hip you do your fighting.
1 We pay 5 per cent on Time Deposit«
2 Deposits guaranteed by the Guarantee Fund of South Dakota
Farmers Security Bank
Peever, S. D.
Alfred Nelson, Cashier. A. W. Pearson, Vlee Pres.
4 Lawrence Nelson, Assistant. Qeehler
Byron Dickerson, Proprietor
Repairing and Accessories
Gas and Oils
Because They Are Good Tires
Agency for the Diamond Grid Battery
TheEconomy Meat Market
Fresh and Cured
Dated August 27th, 1919.
Christ Christenson,
Administrator of the Estate of
Herman Nelson, Deceased
C. E. HULL, Prop.
We will buy your Poultry, Hides, Pelts, Furs
Ben Friedlich, Prop.
Fresh and Salted Meats
Our Sausage a Specialty
We buy Poultry, Hides, Furs, Wool, Etc.

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