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MM Alv AND PERSONA I.
Paul Ricert is on the sick list Tliv'Xext To Go—Tuberculosis: Kuby Arrowsmi is on the sick lisi ill is week. .Miss Irene Class :s assisting in the •-.auditors ofiicc. 9 For Sale—Two young calves. Tii *qu:re of Hans Tallaksou. Chris. Hanson, the we.i digger was at New Ellington Monda\ Clirls Andrews was a passenger to Wilmot Wednesday 110011 Itl'Y HKAI/ni ISONDS. Miss Agnes Swanberg returned from Minneapolis last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hirt arrived home Monday from Morris, Minn. Ally. Tom Man! of Milbank is at tending court here this week. Iver Johnson transacted business here between trains Tuesday. 11. M. Knight spent Thanksgiving with his family at Ortonville. A lew Rhode Island Roosters for sale. Well marked. A Markle. Little Olive Fagerland was on the Kick list the forepart of the week. Cora l-Iolmen spent Sunday with the home folks in New Ellington. III'!' HKALTH NONNS. Albert Ulstad of Claire City was a business caller in Sisseton Monday. Miss Kiernan, County Nurse is in! this week. White Rock and Rosholt this week. Tile Ited Cross Christmas Seals are going like hot cakes, it's a good cause. Give man, woman or child a Kodak. It will be sure to please. F. P. Mal dauer. ItI HEALTH BONDS. Arlowine Lewis is under the doc tor's care suffering with an attack of evyciples. Mrs. R. C. Richert was numbered amongst the sick the latter part of last. week. Ill'V HKALTH BONDS. 1 Put a Red Cross Christmas Seal 011 every Check as well as on letters and saturdayof last week, packages. Mrs. George Juveland spent a couple days in Webster the fore part of the week. Vern Bollenbeck visited triends at Browns Valley several days the first of the week. Gr :ndpa Charles is under the doc tor's care suffering with an attack of rlii ,::uatlsin. See the Eniersons in their greatest Mr. Grimm returned Tuesday front a two weeks stay at Waconia and Bird Island, Minn. Dr. Powell was called out to Wist Monday to attend Mrs. P. C. Johnson who was quite ill. at New EfBugton. What's the matter with South Da kota? Minneapolis snow on the level. Itl'Y HKALTH BONUS. A. J. Skifsstrom of Rosholt was In town Tuesday and dropped in and paid bis subscription. Miss Lois At wood cleared eighteen dollars for her school in Bossko town ship at a basket social. Hub Boilenbeck went to Milbank to play for the dance Thanksgiving Dance there Thursday. Ask Prof. Caruthers any questions that are troubellng you at the Unique all next week. W. J. Thomas returned the fore part of the week trom a several days business visit in the cities. Have two boars left to be sold ai $50.00 if taken at once. None for 'sale after Dec. 10th. It. F. Sonste gard. For Sale—Purebred S. Rhode lskmd lied Pullets and Cockerels trom Bred-to-lay stocks'/Mrs. Robert Flaws. (25-27 1 lid Vollmer of Ellington transacted Pierre to attend a special session of business at the county seat Monday, tlie legislature, which convened there E. K. Liebenstein spent last week Tuesday evening. visiting at Aberdeen and Wutertown.! Wanted—Girl for house work, one Noted mind reader at the Unique that can take care of children. Easy Theatre all next week. John Akre was a passenger to Pee- Standard Office. ver last Friday, returning on Satur- Mrs. Elsie Bohn came down from day. Crc-at Bend, N. D., Monday to at- Miss Bile Hagen was confined to her home several days last week sut fering from an attack of ptoniain" poison. Mrs. S. F. Aldridge lias been con- court. She returnel to her home lined to her bed the past week by in-jdn. sday noon. Hess. Peter Moe of Enterprise was a Walter Bade of Walipeton, N. 1) t-: friends here see via I days last nesday. While here he made this of visit week. Chas. Pierce, the Holt Motor Co. man returned Thursday from a two! weeks business trip to North Dakota points. success ''Musical Telepathy" at the ise(j u,e winner a Silver Cup, picture (Jnique all next week. Mrs. Hathaway arrived home Mon- Ray Gordon went to St. Cloud last Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving, returning again on Friday. Lost—An end gate near John Han son's farm on Monday. Finder please leave at the Standard office. Switches and Hair Chains made from Combings. Write Mrs. Elmer Zelse, Albert Lea, Minnesota. Jtob Laing came in from the Bd l^ahig farm Saturday and spent Sun day atid Monday at his home hero. Rudolph Sonstegard spent Monday ond Tuesday look after his interests on his farm In Enterprise township. Hides tanned for Robes and Coats. Bigger and better robes. See Markle et Produce House. (26 to Mar. Jay Sheldon arrived trom Aberdeen last Wednesday to spend Thanksgiv ing at his parental home near Claire City. Fred Hoettcher recently discharged from tile navy arrived left Saturday from Aberdeen to visit Sisseton: friends I Selmer ltask came up from Mmne japolis on Wednesday noon for a I visit with his sister Laura and Sisse- I ton friends. that lie has returned to Sisseton and 1 Miss Christine Yassen of Bossk'o township was in Sisseton the latter part of last week taking teacher's ex jaminaUon. Dr. McCune wishes to announce I is ready to answer all calls promptly performed the operation at the Croft night or day. home. At this writing she is getting I Mv. and Mrs. 15, J, Turner went to julong very nicely. Pierre last Saturday. Ihey are ex-j ,j peeled to arrive home the latter part J()hn Mela]u departed Monduy tol olk alul eood pay. business caller in Sisseton last Wed- lice a pleasant call. We have increased our stock of Perfumes to meet all holiday require ments. In bulk and fancy gift pack ages. F. P. Maldaner. Commencing Monday Dec. 8 th, Prof. Caruthers and his Physcho Mystic Co., wall commence a weeks engagement at the Unique Theatre. Grandma Rainey arrived heme on Wednesday from Spring Arbor Mich., where she.spent several months with iricnds of younger days. Mrs. A. M. Anderson and son Harvey of Peever were guests at the J. A. Peterson home from Thursday The Sonora is a perfect reproducer of sound and has all of theup-t o-date improvements. Come in and hear some of the latest records and let us give you prices. F. P. Maldaner. Louis Hanson and cousin Miss Nora Tallakson departed Monday for. Hinsdale, Mont., for a visit with the former's sister Mrs. Eaton. The Two High School Societies are busy selling Seals. Mr. Irwin prom- or other handsome souvenir. day from a short visit with her folks jilen had no train service for six days. Miss Minnie Peterson, at one time employed as clerk at Stavig Bros, de has two feet of pjirltd Saturday for Silver Lake, S. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Grube returned on Tuesday to Bellingham, Minn., after spending Thanksgiving with John Eide, Mrs. Grube's father. The people of Sisseton think it is terrible to have only one train a day, but thru the recent snow storm Veb- D. where she has accepted a position. Anyone having dishes or jars be longing to the Catholic ladies from the food sale held a few weeks ago will kindly leave them at Bollenbecks. Mrs. C. M. Peterson entertained a number of ladles at her home on Wednesday afternoon in honor of the Doctor's mother who is here tor a visit. The M. E. Ladies Aid chicken pie supper and fancy work sale will bt held Thursday Dec. 18th Instead of Friday the 19th. Don't forget the date. Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Sie» son Friday Nov. 28th a baby boy. Mother and child doing nicely. Mrs. Sieason is a sister ok Mrs. A. K. Stavig. Mrs. John Akre has resigned her position ae operator at the Dakota Central after eighteen months of ser vice and is taking a much needed vacation. Mr. and Mr#. W. F. Miller arrived from Milbank last Tuesday and spent several days with Sisseton friends. They held their abode at the Tosten son home. The ladies of the Catholic ch 'ich will hold a sale ot Home Cooked Food In the lobby ot the Post Offic on Saturday, Dec. th. S$le starts at 2:30 o'clock. There is no one tor whom ou de sire a gresent who cannot be suited by something from our stock. Why not come in and look around at once. F. P. Maldaner. 0 ln -\yilmot Imiuire at the ,j 1 SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD Fun PRICES""ADULTS 50c Phone 271 for Health Bonds. Almyra Croft had her tonsils re moved Monday morning. Dr. Peterson Ghristianson arrived from Monday. He is busy assist ing Mr. Opliiem and Mr. Warring take invoice of the stock before the new firm takes possession. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Robertson de parted on Friday's train, the former for Pierre and the latter for Aber deen where she will visit relatives un- the doctor returns. •ij' The basket social held in Long Hollow last Saturday evening was well attended. After refreshments were served the evening was spent in playing games. Where was Grace? W. F. Miller arrived Monday from Milbank and spent several days here purchasing furs at the Lampke & Hoy Meat Market. Mr. Miller will spend a few days of each week here buying furs. While on her way to the woodshed a few days ago Grandma Rone had ike misfortune to tall, cutting and bruising her face quite badly. Undo/ the c'.octors care she is rapid recov ering. It's not a bit too early to be look ing over holiday goods. We have an interesting display which we'd like you to examine. Christmas will be here before you realize it. F. P. Mal daner. Ohas and Esther Gorsuch arrived home from the Aberdeen Normal last Wednesday noon to spend their Thanksgiving vacation. They returned Monday, Joe Sheldon bring them in from Claire City. Tlij sale of fancy good? iv-ld by the 'ad:es of the Good V» !U Lutheran church was one great sueccrs. Tim ladies realized over $176.00 tor their efforts. Following the sale coffee and refreshments were served. Now is the time to get your harness oiled and repaired far spring work be fore the rush. Oiling, team harness $1.50 per set. I will pay cash for old harness, collars and riding saddles. V. A. Smith, Sisseton, S. D. Aubrey Knight was discharged from the Navy and arrived home on Wednesday noon, after twenty seven I months ot foreign service. Aubrey is sure looking fine and says there is no nlace like the old home town. Came to my place Nov. 18, a chest nut sorrel horse with white face, white hind feet, branded M. left side, weight about 1000 lbs. Owner may have same by identifying and paying charges. O. A. Simonson. Have 35 tons ot upland hay, eight miles south, one mile west ot Sisseton to sell. Will take one or two mares as cash it under six years ot age and weighing 1200 or more. Thomas Dempsey, one mile south ot Sisseton. Mr. anil Mrs. Myrön Doud enter tained Mr. and Mr». Lukanltach, Mr. and Mrs. Eikum and the Misses Rose Thompson and Emma Erlckaon, at a six o'clock dinner at the Palace Cafe Atter the eats the party took in the show at the Unique. Anton Nelson, Peter Groven. Sig urd Rydland and brother Sam Ryd land left on Wednesday noon for Nor way. It all goes well and the ocean does not get too rough, the b?ys ex pect to be under the parental root the eve before Chrismas... Owing to a shortage of coal E. At wood was compelled to close his school in One Road Township for a period ot two, week». Coal has now been supplied and he has resumed hie duties as teacher again. He spent hie enforced vacation at his home in our city. A number ot lady triends walked in on Mrs. H. S. Morris Wednesday evening and happily surprised here, the occasion being her bivUutay an niversary. The evening was spent ia lLueic and pleasant conversation, each guest brought a lunch basket wiiifh added much to the pleasure ot th evening. I ,1= '•Xs- .4 UNIQUE THEATRE ALL WEEKSi DEC. 8 CARUTHERS And His Physcho-Mystic Company FEATURING THE MARVELOUS EMERSONS stures «and Performance for One Admission"**! ilffl $2.75 Half-Dozen Tea Spoons ogue pattern in K-WALLACE—" CHRISTMAS GOODS IT STAVIG BfiOS SISSETON AND ROSHOLT CHILDREN Our Silverware, Welcomed in every home Adds "tone" to all occasions. Send 20 cents to R. Wallace and Sous Mfg.Co., Wallingfort Conn. Dept. No.4 Publicity for complete book on Table Setting and Social Conventions. We can help you select those Christmas Gifts and will lay them away until you want them. A. O. TOSTENSON The Quality Jeweler This is my Seventeenth Christmas in Sisseton' Cut Glass, French Ivory Goods Make The Best Christmas Presents 25C 1