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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, October 03, 1919, Image 5

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Millard Lien has gone to Mitchell
to attend school this tall.
Miss Irene Anderberg has accep
ted a position in the First National
W. J. Thomas returned Saturday
evening from a few days visit in the
W. C. Bade of Wyndmere, X. D..
was an over Sunday guest of Sisseton
Mr. Henckley of Minneapolis is here
for a visit with his cousin Alfred
Miss Nellie Greenlund has gone to
her home at Xew Effington to spend a
few weeks.
Lloyd Houske of Lake Preston,
was a guest at the Ward Pease home
the week end.
Alfred Monnie is the new clerk in
the post office, commencing his new
duties, October 1st.
of very
For Sale—Shopshire
one red pole bull calf
quality. W. B. Varland.
Vaage have
Mr. and Mrs. Emil
rented the Doyle residence and start
ed housekeeping Monday.
Mrs. Arthur Rau of Grant township
departed Wednesday for a visit with
relatives at Appleton, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Greenlund and
daughter Lilly ok New Effington were
shopping in Sisseton Wednesday.
Mrs. Joe Aaman, of Frankfort. S
D., has been visting at the home of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo Traut
ner the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Varland arriv
ed last week from Ottawa, ill., for a
visit at the home of their son W. B. in
Enterprise township.
Mrs. Matt Theis and children and
brother Joe Sehriner departed last
Friday by auto for a visit at the par
ental home in Watkins, Minn.
Mrs. Waletich and sons John and
Henry departed Monday by auto for
Minneapolis to visit the Misses Emms
and Mathilda Waletieh and other rela
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Ayres returned
to their home home in Minneapolis on
Friday after a two weeks visit here
with the tatter's sister, Mrs. F. P. Mai
Dad Osborn has his feed mill in
good running order and solicits the
patronage of the farmers. He guar
antees to do a good job and get it out
on time. Give him a trial.
The Ed Rodemaker family are ad
vertising their houshold goods for
sale. They and the Harvey Brown
family leave within tire next few
weeks for Oakland, California to re
Mrs. Morton and daughter Ruth of
Portland Oregon, were visiting with
friends in Sisseton Saturday. The
came down from Lake City, where
they have been visiting their son anc
brother Fred Morton.
?.Ir. and Mrs. H. C. Hektner came
o-er from Battle Lake, Minn., Fri
day evening for a short visit at the
W. L. Johnson home. They returned
home Sunday. While here they took
in the Indian fair, which they both
enjoyed as it was the first of this kind
they had ever seen.
Mrs. A. J. Otto and Mrs. Harvey
Brown returned Thursday evening
from a visit with their son and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Otto of Aber
deen. Mr. and Mrs. Otto departed on
Monday of this week tor Oakland,
California, where they expect to make
their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Linster spent Motor. Co.
the week end with relatives in Claire Eatrayed—Two White faced calves
City. from my place at Browns Valley. Fin-
Wm. Braatz of Waubay waa trans-
acting business here Friday and Sat
Mrs N. E. Wilcox ot Peever was
a Sisseton caller between trains on
Peter Strand went to Minneapolis
the first ot the week to take a busi-|
Lloyd Peterson departed on Satar-1
day tor Vermillion to take up the I
study of law.
Miss Irene Class returned Sund'ty j{ajdaner
from a several weeks visit tb rela
tives in Britton.
Myron Dond has opened a tailor
shop in the rear of the Peterson Clo
thing Co., store.
Monday tor Labonon, Minn.,
a term ot school.
same by calling at the Standard office
Miss Edith Peterson was a guest at
Miss Flossie Brown ®s -'Kiiocted to
irvive this week frun WasMngtrn
D. C.. for a visit at t.e home or her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brown,
Roy B. Addington ot Wahkon,
Minn., has been spending several days
In our city. He is a friend of Line
Gottworth, who accompanied him up
Anton Peterson returned to his
home at Mt. Horeb, Wis., Tuesday,
after spending several days here with
his niece Mrs. Berger Bergerson and
other relatives in the vicinity.
The Engineers are surveying the
state road between Sisseton and Brit
ton this week. This road crosses Long
west to Red Iron Lake and then along
the north side of Clear Lake to Lake
City and on past Six Mile Lake to
Britton. Only the surveying will be
done this fall, and the grading will
be done as early in the spring as pos
sible. This will be one of the finest
roads in .the country when completed.
Sunday school at 12:00
Luther League at 6:45.
Leader: Maurice Swanberg.
Mrs. Ait. McDowe'I was a. paaren-: J. A. Nord? ot Peever waa a Stsae- O. S. Ophiem and family have mo?
ger to Peever Monday. ton caller Tuesday. ed into rooms over the Tostenson
A. F. Blewitt of Peever was in town K. Nelson of Rosholt waa calling on Jewelry store, which they will occu
between trains Tuesday. friends here Saturday.
Atty. Tom Mani of Miibank was in Fail Kodaking is facinating. Buy e^'
Sisseton on business Tuesday. your Kodak now at Mai-daner's. Eddie Murphy has accepted a posi
Robert Lowery has gone to Austin I Herb Brewster is driving a new Ition ^ssale^man ^for the Sanitary Bot
Minn., to take up a business course. 'Dodge Car purchase dfrom the Holt
H- E-
son Kenneth autoed to Minneapolis! Saturday night and remain
on Saturday e* kor several days with his family
-Woh^i v»Ta/-m nn Line Gottworth arrived from a-
Miss Mabel Nelson departed on ^inn^ {je first ot the week to
to open i00fc
taining the former's parents from Driscoll.
Missouri and his brother from Kans- Rush Hill came in from Claire City
as City, Kans.
The last week we have received the very cream
of the coat productionlrom fifteen or twenty of
New York's coat manufecturers.
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.
Weaisohave the new styles in Dresses, Suits, Skirts, &c.
DO NOT WAIT! Now is the time to make your
Hulwtion while the assortment is complete.
notify County Agent, Sisseton.
Check the early fall cold as soon
as it starts. Rexall Cold Tablets will
do it. Price 25 cents. F. P. Maldaner.
Come in and look over our line of
groceries. You'll surely find some
thing that will please you. City Bak-
ness course. Misses Mary Class and Alma Ode
Henry Helvig was heer from Minne- saard opened a term ot schnol in the
apolis Monday, looking after busi-j^'king D^t., Hart township on Mon
ness interests. [day.
Mr. and Mrs. Walford Carlberg and
Oscar E. Twedt. ot Roland, Iowa. Webster were visiting friends here on acre. The farm contains 2S0 acres and
a brother-in-law ot Henry Helvig was- Saturday and Sunday. The ooys is exceptionally well improved. Mr
here on land business Wednesday. just returned from a trip to Montana, Varland also purchased all of Mr.
Found—Auto tire 34x4, used con Harry Thelin departed Tuesday Negaard horses, cattle, hogs, farm
siderable, Goodrich. Owner can hive evening for his home at Ochevdan, machinery and gram on the place.
Iowa, after spending about two weeks
here Us
the home ot her sister, Mrs. A. M. Mrs. Sahah Doyle and son depar
Anderson of Agency township over ted on Wednesday for Randall,
Sunday.' Minn., where they will spend the win-
M. E. Crockett and wife are enter-1ter
Hollow west ot Sisseton and runs pieted about November 1st. The new
building will be 36x36 feet with full:
basement, heated by furnace, the lat-. I
est approved ventilating system and 11
Hendrickson came over from
Our Cough Remedy is an unusual
one and we have an unusual demand
for it. Prices 30 and 0 cents. F. P.
Jacob Barker and Sarah Renville,
both of Peever, were united in mar
riage by Justice D. J. Prindiville on
Tuesday, September 30th.
Mrs. Valentine and son William ok School opened Monday morning
New Effington were Sunday visitors ith a good attendance. They will be
at the Ellison home. somewhat crowded until the new
Miss Agnes Nelson came down from
(ter his farming interests in the
vicinity and visit friends.
school building is completed.
Rosholt Monday to enter our schools Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hallnasch
as a senior this year. departed Tuesday for Richardton, N.
Good value in writing tablets for D., where Theodore has accepted a closed a deal with John Negaard for
dchool or home use. Headquarters for position in the Merchant's State Bank, the fine Negaard farm four miles east
School Supplies. F. P. Maldaner. Thos. King and George Titus of of Sisseton, consideration $150 pei
brother Wm. and family
wit Mrs Doyle brother
Saturday, where he has been employ
ed on the Lloyd Gleason farm the past
summer and Monday departed for
Wilmot to accept a position in the
Peterson Clothing Store. -J
Wm. H. Peters and family departed
furniture throughout., Toilets,
furnace .etc., will be placed in the
basement.. The new building will be
one ot the finest and most modern
country schools in Roberts county,
The tax levy was made sufficiently
large to pay the entire indebtedness
in one year. The old school building
will be sold at auction Oct. 22, at one
until their new house is complet-
or 0
on Wednesday for Edgar, Wis., where
they will make their future home. Mr.
Peters recently purchased a farm
near that town and moves there tc
take possession. The Peters family1
have been residents ot this sectior
tor a good number of years and have
scores of friends here who wish them
happiness and prosperity in their new
Enterprise School .district No. 4,:
have begun work on their new school
building and expect to have it com-
left on
his maiden trip Tuesday, making the
towM along the Britton line.
Thos.. Cafcill returned
evening after a two weeks sojourn at
the Peabody Hospital at Webster,!
where he had an operation tor ap
pendieitis. He is getting along fine.
R. C. Richert went to Minneapolis!
Wednesday to get his car he left there
recently for repairs. He will also gc
to Menominee, Wis., to get his family
whdhave been visiting relatives there
for the past month.
The Chas. Dahl farm in Enterprise
township became the property ot OIc
Helgerson of Lisbon, III., this week.
This farm comprises of 4S0 acres and
is well improved and is one ot the
finest farms in Roberts County.
Oscar Rolstad has purchased the'
Col. Rath barn in Sisseton and will
use it to conduct stock sales yi. Mr.'
Rolstad moved in from the farm this
week, and the family are now occupy-1
ing the S
wens ton residence purchased
„The Commissioners have decided
t0 settIe (or lhe land taken up t0
raighten the road between Sisseton
and Peever along the J. O. Andrews
farm. The government survey is!
crooked and consequently the road
has been crooked all these years.
Now that the matter has been straigh
tened out and all parties concerned
satisfied, work ot grading will be re
sumed at once.
Varland of Oakes, N. D.
Negaard have not yet
decided where they will locate, but1
will give possession next week.UK'
Public Auction—School district
No. 4 offers tor sale at public auction
on Oct. 22, 1919 at one o'clock, the
old school house 18x24 feet and all
out buildings. The school house is in
good repair and newly shingled, also
24 seat desks are offered at auction.
Sale will be held at school grounds.
W. B. Varland, Chairman,
C. J. Faltenson, Clerk.
Armor's Corn Flakes
Two for
Line of
White Laundry Soap
6 Bars For
House Building
For Sale— Saxon Six Touring Car
Cheap if taken at once. Inquire at the
Standard office.
For Sale—Several head registered
Shorthorn cows and heifers. Inquire
ot L. C. Gleason, Claire City, S. D.
The Security National Ba*k
The wise breeder, who is a judge of hogs, will often find
it cheaper to boy herd boars and gilts in prospect and devd
opement them himself than to pay long prices for some other
mar's developement. I have a number of such on the place,
real top-notchers, if they fulfill their promise, that will Et
into any herd.
Gold Fish
Came to my place seven miles
northwest ot Sisseton. •ever*! weeks
ago, red heifer about 3 yeeis old.
Owner may have same by proving
property and paying charges. Ove
Most people want their
financial and business
affairs held strictly pri
vate. At the Security
National Bank all deal
ings with patrons are
of Sisseton
O. T. Amess, Preeideet J. W. Thomas, Vice Presde*t
A. F. Ertsgaard, Cashier J. A. Robertson, Vice Prestdeat
W. O. Sampson, Assistant Cashier
Buy Durocs Now
I have a litter sired byPrince Victor, a good son of Victor
Gano, and a half brother to the world champion $5,000 sew,
Long Gano, dam by Orion Cherry King 5th, .one of Orion
King's best sons. Otheg litters sired by Ed's Best, grand
son of Chief CoL 40th, dam by Pathfinder Grant's Pride,
grandson of Pathfinder. These are large, bony pigs out of
large litters and from sows weighting 500 lbs. All will be
sold at private treaty and are priced to sell, especially when
a real hog man sees how good they are.
Where Prices Are Right
10c and 15c
Two Gold Fish
One 1-2 Gallon Bowl
One Box Fish Food
Water Plant
Watch for
Our Weekly
-Men's Work Hose
Cray and White Mixture
W. E. Bollenbeck, Pfropi,
Two For
Unusual Bargain
$1.19 to $2.19
While Eaaneled Plates
„S'SissmN, &

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