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A fa 11$ THE PEEVKR WANTED! Carload of AT PEEVER, OCT. 7th Following Prices are offered: Heavy Hens 17c Light Hens 14c Cox 10c Springs Ducks 14c Geese Turkeys 20c Guineas $5.50 per dozen BEN FRIEDRICH, Buyer Start an account with the FIRST STATE BANK 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. "7 7 7.f 77 J. F. Fredrich, Pres. Carl J. Rice, CashStr Sigurd K. Froetad, Aart. Cash, CREAMERY BUYS CREAM, EGGS OULTRY 15c 10c Jl 7V::- FOR CASH M, IgrF Peew :7.a MotORlNl mm SISJ'S? .7 31 MIWWDMWU -»A mm a a mm KWMMx y"1 •»J.1 'X-He-g*T Willie Rodeen was Just released from the service and returned to Peever Thursday. He was in France 22 months and when he went ovei the top was wounded severely. Mrs. trAman of Wilmot was a guest at the G. W. Aney home on Thursday. W. A. Erckenbrack and J. A. Nor by left Tuesday on a business trip to New Effington. Mrs. John Kelly returned Tuesday evening from Red Lake Falls, where she was called on account of the serious Nines sot her father. Mr. and Mrs. Reba, Mr. and Mrs. Wise from Hallaway, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Wise from Hancock, Minn, were guests at the Ben Fredrick home last Friday. Mrs. S. H. Renville left Saturday for Aberdeen to attend the Episcopal Convention to be held at that place on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Stuki and Mr. and Mrs. Rodeen were Wilmot visitors on Monday. Mrs. N. E. Wilcox was a Sisseton caller Tuesday between trains. The Morris Orchestra will play for a dance on Wednesday, October 15th, at Bailly Opera House, Peever, S. D. Everybody invited and a good time assured to all. Mrs. Wm. Laird and son Verdon left Tuesday noon for their borne at Waubay after a weeks visit at the G. W. Aney home. Mrs. McDowell of Sisseton was a Peever caller Moiiday. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Pearson lea on Thursday evening for a few fays visit in Minneapolis. Come to Peever, Si. D., Wednesday Oct 15th and dance to the music o. the Eddie Boyle Orchestra of Morris» Minn. Mrs. Perkins of Wilmot was calling on friends here Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Hnes of Wilmot la visiting at the J. A. Norby. home this week. Have your Auction Bills •Printed'a* tie Standard Ofllce. SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD Mrs. J. A. Norby, Editor I The Lutheran Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Matesian last Thursday after noon. hTe day was an ideal one, and a large crowd was present. For Sale—Full blood Duroc Jersey Boars, cholera immune. Call or write McKee Bros., Peever, 8. D. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson were greatly surprised Monday even ing when about thirty of their friends gathered to spend the evening. Mr and Mrs. Erickson were presented with a set of silverware. Refresh ments were served and a most pleas ant evening spent by all. Mr. and Mrs. Erickson will soon leave for their new home in California. Curt of Thanks •••. 7 We gratefully wish to ttiank our friends and neighbors who so kindly and faithfully assisted us during the illness and death of our beloved daugh ter and sster, Ines Edwine». Also those who were sd generous in the floral offerings and the choir who sang the last beautiful fof our beloved. The Enquist: family ag.ain $ Ihis c,u cJ™is ä'priaZjriL1? O. Av TOKVIK €X»EeIiIE6f LUTHERAN OUBCK NOTES Norwegian services next Sunday at 3 P. M. Sunday School at 41:00 P, H. The Sisseton Circuit meeting will be held in Peever JErom Oct. Tth to 9th inclusive. Theme for discussion, 1st Psalm. Everybody welcome. G. W. Nerison, Pastor. 7 GOOD WHiL. Mrs. Henry, NegaarsL and daughter Clara from. Hancock, Minn., arrived via Browns Valley, on Wednesday last, for a visit with her old school mate, Mrs.. Louis Larson. The Wiekes from Long Hollow Township and their old neighbor Mrs. Elmer Vanston visited Mrs. Fred Krosch Saturday while on their way to the. Fate at th* Agency. Little Leonard Strand from town spent the week visiting his cousin TjjgEconomy Meat Market Fresh and Cured CE HULL, Prob. We will buyyour Poultry, Hides, Pelts, Fins Ben Pricdricfa, Prop. MM Fresh and Salted Meats Our Sausage a Specialty %ioyP«ultry.Hide«,Far., Wool,Etc. .4 'pfl Boys änd Girls Pure Bred Pig Club In line with the policy of this bank to encourage the raising of more and better live stock in Roberts County, we are organizing, under the direction Dura Jer"eyy Pig ChTb 'Tracy' We propose to furnish any boy or girl, between the ages of ten and eigh teen years, a pure bred sow, which, with the consent of their parents thev shall care for as their own. The only payment we ask is that each member I return to us next fall two gilts from their first litter, which we in turn 3 S? distribute among the members of the pig club the following year. This plan eliminates the objectionable features of the old plan of pig clubs under wheh the boys and girls are compelled to stand the loss should they Ittsüme au'th^risks l° their is organized with the endorsement of the State Agricultural College and will be under the personal direction of Mr. O. G. Tracy, County Club Leader. Each member will be given personal and thorough instruction the care feedingan management of hogs, and a public pure bred sale their hogs8" 'at which the In addition to this, members of this club have a chance to win the follow K«S#Pi|lzcs he State of South Dakota to members securing the best all around results in pig clubs in the state: —^5'? to International Live Stock Show, Chicago, 111. 2nd Prize—Trip to International Live Stock Show, Chicago, III. 3rd Prize—Trip to Inter state Fair, Sioux City, Iowa. There was a party at Oscar Rol sUd's Friday evening in the nature ot a farewell to them before theiV removal to- town to live. In a. report of the Savings- Bank Section of the American Bankers' As soniation is contained a significant fact that is. called 4'an a Girls bank will also award the following prizes for the members of this DaS«S??tate Fair* 2nd Prize—Trip to Boys and Girls Camp, State College, Brookings, S. D. It is estimated that the members of the various pig clubs in the state raised over $1,000,000.00 worth of hogs this year. The fmount wUlbe much greater next year. We are offering Roberts County boys and girls an op oprtunity to get their share of this money—we give the pigsawav aU the risks. If you want to get into this club, write or call at the bank as ÄS!!£" alarming situ ation." More than one million three hundred thousand foreign born resi dents o£ this county have either gone bask, homa or are preparing to. go to the. lands where a workers' govern ment. is established. The foreigners, it. appears,, are drawing their money from the savings banks, are selling their houses and their Liberty bonds ami are preparing to take veith them an actual four-fifths of the total cur rency in circulation and in reserve ie tBa ÜÜitad States before the war. "This is certainly serious comments the. bankers' report. While attending an auction during the week, the writer talked with, peo ple who planned to go hack to their native land Poland. "There is so much fruit for all the people there" •aid one woman and there was long 'tag in her voice. Chas. Brady a well known- citizen of Beardsley was fatally Injured by an automobile last Sunday evening.. Mr. Brady was walking on the road! with one of his sons near town, after dark, when the the auto which watt driven by a stranger and had only one light came, towards them. The two Bradys separated,' ope going to each side of the road, and It Is sur mised the auto driver in attempting to avoid the young man ran into his father, whom he did net see. The driver took Mr. Brady to hie home and then disappeared and has not been located. Mr. Brady ««stained fatal internal injuries dying Wednes day of hemmorrhage of the spine.— Oraceville Enterprise. The editor of a county paper receiv ed the following query: "Can you tell me what, the weather will be next month.?" In reply he wrote: "It is my belief that the weather next month will be very much like your subscrip tion." The inquirer wondered for an hour what the editor was driving at, when he happened to think ot the word 'unsettled". He went in the next day a«d squared his account C. M. Fonder of Peever was trans acting businew in to we Saturday. Pur» Bred Under the plan just outlined,*we members of the club may dispose of Huron, South Dakota. the order a a a 1 GUARANTY STATE BANK (The Bank of Guaranteed Deposits) DIRECTORS: PAUL SIEWERT R. JORGEJNSON R. E. CONE N C. KLEIN Miss Virginia Larson. Miss Crolley, one of our. lasft years teachers, has come to Becker town ship to teach in a school there. A sister of Miss Crolley is one of the teachers in the Browns Valley Schoolt S take d-v- C. ML PETERSON? FARM BURBAV NOTES There axe still several outbreaks: «£. hog cholera over the. country. It is? continually breaking ^ut in new sec tions.. It is therefore very important that you keep close track of your hogs, and notify the proper authori ties at the first sign of sickness. One case was discovered" Saturday which had been running three weeks with no attention, and has now infected the neighborhood. It is therefore, very/ important that you make it known iff any of your hogs get sick. Vaccina täon in time will save your herd but there lq no sure cure after they are. once sick. It is also well to avoid the 'use of carious patent bog remedies . They often do more harm than good«:- The state board, of: health requires' all hogs that die of cholera to be burn- ed. It is the only safemethod of dis-' posal. Those who do not comply with, these- regulations Jasw themselves lia-f ble to- prosecution. When: hog cholera appears in your neighborhood the only safe thing: to do is tor every one to vaccinate with in. raiHus of two. or three miles of the place of infection. So far there has not been a single loss reported in the county where herds were vaccin-•-"? ated: before infected with cholera. The double treatment is advised! in all cases where hogs are healthy ami vigorous. Those infected' with worms, necrobaeillosus and generally unthrifty, should not be given virus.. The double treatment should only be gtven by a competent veterinarian or at least by someone who is thorough ly familiar with its use., 4 Wehare M' R. R. Buchanan, Ceunty Agent. Lost A bay gelding, weight about 1100, shad on front feet. Ware sad dle when broke loose. Finder leave at Christ Christiansonti barn. Prairie We« Herd of Pohed-Ckesi Where the Big Ones Grow & a choice lot of yoesg fy nb at the preeent thi#. la nfd of anythiag cap QRU, Bverythlijif GuittaBteeii" 0. R. ANEY, Peever, S. D.