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A baby boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Glaska the first of the week. Mrs. 0. S. Ophiem entertained at six o'clock luncheon on Tues day afternoon. Harry Thelin of Ocheyedan Iowa, is here for a visit with his brother Wm. and family. The water tower is receiving a new coat of paint this week. Wm. Thelin is doing the work. L. H. McRoberts of Luverne. Mnn., is here this week looking after farming interests. Mrs. J. O. Swenumson and daughter Mabel departed on Mon day for a visit in the cities. Mrs. Tom Osman and Mrs Hatch entertained at the home of Mrs. Osman Wednesday after noon and evening. Marriage licenses were issued recently to Peter Nils Christian son and Nora Larson of Wilmot and John Belgum to Lottie Howe of wilmot. Nels Johnson has reopened his feed barn and is now in position to take care of your wants and would be pleased to have his old patrons call on him. Mrs. A. O. Tostenson and child ren arrived home Monday from Sidney, Mich., where they spent the summer with relatives. The M. E. parsonage is being repainted and papered this week preparatory to the arrival of a new minister. The ladies aid are furnishing the funds and Hal Car ter doing the work. Dr. and Mrs. Vorbei and Miss Irene Stavig autoed to Webster Friday to attend a reception for the returned soldiers of the St John's Lutheran Church. They returned home on Saturday. H. N. Schmidt and daughter Florence departed Wednesday for New Hamburg, Ontario, in res ponse to a message that his old est brother had died suddenly. They will be gone about a month. Col. W. S. Rath wishes to an nounce the date of the pure bred hog sale, which will be Oct. 25th at his barn, also the pig club sale on the 15th of November. Those wishing to sell thorobred hogs please him him your list. Mrs. H. N. Schmidt suffered a painful accident Sunday morn ing, while driving to Sisseton The car struck a sudden rough place and she was thrown again st the side of the car with such force that two of her ribs were fractured. Medical aid was sum moned at once and she is getting along fine. The Yeoman Lodge will give a childrens festival in the month of October. This festival will be held at their social meeting which oc currs on the 4th Thursday of the month, and the children of all Yeoman parents are urged to vol un'.uer with recitations, songs or readings. A committee consisting of Mrs. AI Oliver, Mrs. A. D. Gold smith and Mrs. John Akre, as Lady Rowena has charge of th( program and they urge the child ren to call them up as they will need to begin practice at once 1st 2nd and 3rd prizes will be given so it will be worth your while to try. Three judges whe have no interest in the affair will be appointed to decide the win ners of the prizes. Lady Row ena will serve lunch after the program. Unique Theatre Firday,Sept26 WILKA The Great and Company Musicans, Magicians, Comedians, Swiss Bell Ringers, Harp Soloists », Singers Don't fail to see the Wonderful Levitation of Mercedes.. A lady actually floats in mid air. This seemingly impossible feat as performed by Mr. Wilka is by far the most wonderful, as tounding and «ensation.it ex periment ever performed on any stage. TOMMY MAKES AN APOLOGY His Work ef Art Was Net Appr*. ciated and He Endeavors te Set Matters Right. The New York Times is responsi ble for the following: Dear Teacher: My mother says I huffto appollogize for droren your piekehure on the bored as if you was an oiled made with earls and a long wissker on voar eiin witch yon could aot heiip or %e m^ether. It was a rn^en thing to don and I am sorry I didd it but 1 conld not help it bzecaws you stood thare look ing so naeherl with the curls and the wissker and all and Jenny Ames dared me to doo it at recess. I doo not blame you for wippen me becaws it looked so muteh like you you had a purfeck rite to be mad. If I was yon I would be mad too. My mother says nobody is so senn fitive about her looks as a lady teach er espeshuly if she is a lettle oiled but this was not ro go In the letter. If you only understood what is in side of hoys heads ma ken them b« mischefuss you would be sorry for them for It is not exactly their fault. I know you feel worse about it than do becaws my wippin does not hurt now but a piekehure does on foreever. Teachers have a hard ernuff time goodness knows without hein shodo how they look with a whoa I school to laff at. Sometimes If you do not rare I will drore you on the bored looken swete and rung and put y*ur name under so everybody will know who it is and so no more for the present froum your •roo friend and *ko:ler. Mrs. Margaret Cook and daugh ter Mildred are spending the week at the Walsh home in Claire City. Alva Kieffer arrived on Sunday from Montana for i. few days visit with his uncle and aunt, Col. and Mrs. w. S. Rath. Mrs. Harvey Brown and Mrs Gus Otto went to Aberdeen on Monday for a visit with the Harry Otto family. For Sale—6'/a-3 speed Harley Davidson Motorcycle, in good running order. Apply at Casey Garage. For Sale—22 head of young stock age from 8 months to 2 years. Nels Swanson, Sec. 12, Grant township. FOR SAI.K—FI LL HI.OOIl HKKKFORI) BI LLS. OLK W. OLSON, BAIW OCK'S FARM. TIIKKK .MILKS NORTH OF SIS SETON. Statement of the Condition ot FARMERS SECURITY BANK of Peever, S. D., at the close of business on Sept. 12, 1918. Date of Call by Examiner Sept. 17,1919 Date of Fleirort by Bank Sept. 20, 19 ID RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Uverclratts Warrants Other Real Property Expense Banking House and Fixtures. Due from banks.. 11,261.37 Cks. & Dfs. for cl'ng 1,i51.H Currency 1,110.00 Onld 60.00 Silver 762.00 Minor Coin SS.Oli J,030.0 ', Cash It nut 356.09 Total Cash Assets IN.201.9!' Total eru task°f If VOU TOMMY. A. H. Malm of Wheaton was a caller here on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thelin and son autoed to Roslyn Sunday. Ed Stenberg of Roslyn visited at the Dale and Thelin homes or Sunday. No matter what your taste is like, you can find the coat you want at Stavig Bros. now. 131.232.56 .4,194.50 -.til8.23 .350.00 .6,618.81 4,835.01 Total 165,154i03 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Kund .. Undivided Profits Il p. Sub. to Ck. Jahbier's Checks Time Certificates Dep. Guar. Fund Tota I .10,000.00 .3,000.00 .3,562.52 57.707.26 15,478.00 Ä: 74.948.53 .557.72 148.591.51 165.154.03 80111,1 Dakota- county of Rob- 1.' Alfred Nelson, Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above Statement is true to the beet of my knowledge and belief. ALFRED NELSON. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn before me this 20 day of Sept. I »19. Seal) Alec Murray ,, Notary Public. My .(Immission expires 1922 A. W. Pearson. (Two Directors) w. Xol=on .' HAVE vol ROOD PHOTOS •^t the different mem- bers of your family If not, insist upon the! visiting our Studio fo a sitting, as life Is un certain and you wl never be younger thai you arc to-day. 1 you, as the head of th family have never ha a picture taken, don" delay coming, but star at onc«\ as life Is fleet Inir and future regret would follow non-ac tlon. The young lad handsomely arrayed I: her "best bib and tuck er" shows her gooi sens«' In coming fo one of our latest Pho tos. Why don't yo "follow suit?" AT HOWE STl'Dlf SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD need a new coat Stavig Bros, received hundred? of them the last few days. Wanted—Another good cow. Price is secondary if quality war rants it.—E. F. Atwood. Lost—New Endgate, between Sisseton and Mannes farm. Find er leave at the Standard office. Notice of Hearing Petition for Letter* o: Administration Sta.tr: South Dakota, County of Rob -rrts. sä In County Court. In the Matter of th«e Estate of Mathuis The-is. Deceased. The State of South Dakota Sends Oreet ing to Susan The is. John Theis. Rosi. Theis. Marie Theis and Joseph Theis. heir? at lav and next of kin of Mathias Theis deceased, and to all to whom thtrse ures s-nts may come. Notice is hereby given that Susan Theis has filrd with the Judge of this Court, a petition praviner for Letters of Adminis tration of the Estate of Mathias Theis. De ceased, and that Saturday the 11th day ot _October, iviv at ten o'clock A. M.. said day. be in? a day of a rearular term this court, to-wit: of the October t«-rm 15H9. at the office- of the Judge of saiV County Court, in the City of Sisseton. tr the County of Roberts, South Dakota, has been s«?t for htrarinir said petition. wh«-t and where any person interested may ap pear and show cause why the said petition should not granted. Dated at Sisseton. S. D„ this 2 4th day of September, A. [.. IS IS. Attest: Ff. M. Knight. son. Conrad Nelson. Mancel Peterson uardian of Oliver Nelson, an incompetent and the First National Bank of Waubay South Dakota. Defendants. thii anl fall do not delay in selecting it. ssick By virtue of judgment of partition mad» in the above entitled action by the Judsre ot said Circuit Court on the 20th day o* September, A. [.. 1919. we the under signed.* as referees, duly appointed by th, order of said court for that purpose, wil sell for cash, to the highest bidder a" public auction at the front door of th« court house at the City of Sisseton. Rob rts County. South Dakota, on the 2«t) day of October. 191at the hour of on« o'clock in the afternoon of that day. th followins described real estate, direct« be sold in said judgment, viz: The Northeast quarter iNK 1-4) Section Nine (9) and the Northeast quar ter NK 1-4) of the Northwest quarte NW 1-4) of Section Nine (9 all in Tou t* ship One Hundred Twenty-thre» 123 Ranee Fifty-txvo (52) situated in Robert County. South Dakota and containing tw hundred acres 200) of land, more or les: according to the Government survt-y of. Dated at Webstt.-r. Day County Sourl Dakota this 23rd day of September, A. 1919. I*» 'n I. S "oomes, R. W. Harris E. Beachv, C. A. W»-Hs. Referees Attorney for Plaintiffs. Block Kov Notice of Hearing Petition tatters of Administration State of South Dakota, County Roberts, SS. In County Court. of In the Matter of the Estate of Es tella C. Minder. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that John L. Minder has filed with the Clerk o£ the County Court of the County of Roberts and State of South Dakota, a petition praying for the issuance to him of letters of administration upon the estate of Estella C. Minder, de ceased, and that a hearing on said petition will be had before the Coun ty Court at the Court Room theieof in the city of Sisseton, Roberts Coun ty, South Dakota, on Saturday the 20th day of September, 1919, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at which time and place all persons in terested in said estate are notified to appear and contest the same if they so desired. Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota, this 4th day of September, 1919. Attest: By the Court, D. F. Stevens, Judge. (Seal) Clerk. H. M. Kr.ight, Notice of Sale of Equity in Real Estate State of South Dakota, County of Roberts. In County Court. In the Matter of Estate of John S Noble, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that pur suant to the order of this Court, made on August 30, 1919, the undersigned administrator ot the estate of John S. Noble, deceased, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash all ot said estate's equity in Lots 11 AUCTION! AT COL. RATH'S BARN SISSETON Saturday, Sept. 27 At 1:00 o'clock HORSES 81» head ol good borte«. Oer Saddle home CATTLE Thirty-two heed or rattle coaelntln* ol »oaie sood freeh milch row*, yearling» •teere a ad heifers eed some ealwen. AUTOMOBILE Saxom SI* toerle* ear, ltll model. In kihmI real»* order. Miscellanious One utiN-k saddle, gupd ae new. Set work liarneee, almoet new. Tent almont new Heating atiir«, Kltrhen Cabinet, lie by Itueey, Slnsle Cot and other article) too numeron« to mentlim. COL KATH, Auctioneer 2. Total Judge of the County Court. D. F. Stevens. Clerk. «Seal.) Sept. 26—Oct I«)) XOTICK OF PARTITION SALK State of South Dakota. County of Rob erts, SSS. In Circuit Court. Fifth Judicial Circuit: Ida Nelson Darrington and Hilda Nelson Stale of South Dakota.'County Vf%Rcbcrt« Frost, Plaintiffs, ss •-W I. K. OLBKKG, Clerk City of Peever. ir County and State, which said es- late has under a contract for the par- chase thereof held by said deceased, said sale will be held in front of thr house or building upon said Lots, or Saturday September 27, ISIS, a: three o'clock in the afternoon ot said day. Bated August 30. 1919. Evan Hilland, Administrator of the Estate •f John S. Xoble Deceased. Bank No. 7S-3q7 Statement .-f the Condition of THE FIRST STATE BANK of Peever. S. D. at the close of business on Sept. 12, ms. Date of call by examiner. Sept. 13. IS 19. Date of Report by Bank Sept. IS. 1919. RESOURCES Loans and discounts Overdrafts Stocks and Bonds Warrants Expense Banking House and Fixtures Due from Banks ..14.570.23 Cks. and Dfs. for Ci'rg 4.04.31 Currency 2.»43.0i !old Silver 255.15 Minor Coin 16.4 4 Total Cash Assets Z.'N t.59 Cash Items 1^2.516.29 .. 2.115.67 4.375.«*'* 2.S 76.2 S .3.52S.$2 .. .4,500.00 17 5S9. 1* 49.44 141.653.66 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Protits Dep. Sub. to "k. 42.223.tH Cashier's Checks ..7.S5S.07 .... Time Certificates ..72.935.SO Dep. Guar. Fund S6S.1S Total 123.905.09 .10.000.00 .2.000.00 .5,74$.57 Total $141.653.6«? I. Carl J. Rice .Cashier if the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above Statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. CARL J. IUC3, Cashier Subscribed and sworn before me this 17th day of Seot. 1919. (Seal) Alfred Nelson. Notary Public. My Commission expires Auer. 23,1923. Correct Attest A. 5\ Erts^aard (Two Directors) J. K. Fredrick DO NOT WAIT! The Care Given Your Complexion Now— will in great measure determine its future beauty. You should have four creans on your dressing table. Do You Need a Winter Coat? Arbutus Complexion Cream 60c A DAY CREAM Violet Dulce Cold Cream 50c A CLEASING CREAM The last week we have received the very cream of the coat production from fifteen or twenty of New York's coat manufacturers. Harmony Cocoa Butter Cream 60c A WONDERFUL NIGHT CREAM Rexall Cream of Almonds 35c AS A HAND CREAM All are beneficial—none unll jrow hair. All are recommended to you. F. P. MALDANER 77ke These Coats Are Now Here in Sisseton We like to show them to you whether you buy or not It will be well worth your time to come in and see them, and a pleasure to us to show them. We also have the new styles in Dresses, Suits, Skirts, &c. 49&xqJUL Now is the time to make your ..selection while the assortment is complete. The Bank for the People We Extend Courteous and Kind Treatment to our patrons Real Estate Loans and Insurance Let Us Clerk Your Auction Sales Interest Paid on Time Deposits J?, *y The Security National Blank of Sisseton, S. D. S Ö. T. Axness, President A. F. Ertsgaard, Cashier J. A. Robertson, Vice Pres. W. J. Thomas, Vice Pres. W. O. Sampson, Asst. Cashier Storm SISSETON S. DAKOTA