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Mrs. Dell Carter Is on the sick list I I Lee Horton 's spending his vacation I in Sisseton. Miss Hazel Morrill was up from Milbank last Friday. E. F. At wood is spending the holi days with his family. Jack Pint is home from Vermillion spending the holidays. Walter Larson was in Milbank be tween trains last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey were in Peever between trains last Friday. Florence Lobbs is homo from St. Paul to spend the holidays. H. J. Lensen was in Monday and paid this office a pleasant call. Thora Vinge is at her home near Now Effington spending the holidays. Mrs. A. F. Ertsgaard went to Pee iver last Friday, returning the same day. Millard Lien came home last Sat urday to spend the holidays with the ihoino folks. Lawrence Stavig who is attending :St. Olaf College at N'orthlield is home for the holidays. Clifford Maiiley went home Friday to spend Christmas with his parents near Clair City. Lo.'s Alwood is home from her school is North Bossko township v, •spend the holidays. W. G. Simons "lilackie" left Mon day for Storm Lake, Iowa to spend the holidays with relatives. H. Nelson of Ortley paid this office a pleasant call, while in Sisseton at tending court last week. John Plut was an arrival Friday from Vermillion where he has been attending the University. Noel Hägen who has been attend ing agricultural school at Brookings is home for the holidays. Mrs. W. C. Holland and son "Billie* arrived from Minneapolis Monday to •visit Grandma Haggerty. Miss Cora Humpfner arrived Mon day from Osakis, Minn., to spend the holidays with her parents. Hilda Bloomquist returned last week Tuesday from a visit in St. Paul 'With relatives and friends. The stork left a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pitts in Long Hollow Twp. last week. -i Most of the teachers of the Sisseton school left last Friday to spend their Christmas vacation with their home folks. Ed Quaintance accompanied A. E. W'ickard to St. Paul last week, where Mr. Wickard will take treatment for rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Satre came down from Claire City Friday to take their (laughter iona home for her Christ inas vacation. 1 Ilans Tallakson returned from Minneapolis last week. While there he i.ui'chased a house and lot in no- Minneapolis. a a Minn., Friday night, where he will spend the holidays with his family and his wife's folks. For Sale—A pure bred Duroc Jer sey Hoar. I'rice $25 if taken within two weeks. Inquire o,l' Elmer Peterson ._Si.sse.'on, S. D. K. 1. t® Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Sollied loft on 6 Saturday evening for Ridgeway, Iowa, where they will spend the holidays with Mrs. Sollied'« parents. Mis. Louis Farrington was an ar •i ri\al from Great Falls, Mont., Mon day, to make a visit with her brothers =ijKd and Ole Opsal of this city. Mrs. Harriett Barnes has returned to her home at Milnor. N. D., after «pending several weeks her with her ?parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Canfield. G. A. Liebenstein, Manager of the McGowan Lbr. Yards and Walter ^Lawthian, bookkeeper, were up from Milbank Friday taking inventory of -the yard here. J. C. Knapp went to Milbank last 5 Friday to meet Mrs. Knapp who has been taking the "rest cure" in Hill Crest Hospital in Minneapolis, for Nhe past Jive weeks. Emil Aker went to Webster last week to visit his son Max. He and Mr». Aker returned Friday. They re port Max doing nicely now since the affects of the juandice have left. Mrs. Rainey and Mrs. Rob. Lewis 'and daughter Anloino will spend Christmas at Browns Valley with Mrs. Hazel Moy. From «hero Mrs. Lewis and daughter will go to St. Paul to make their homo, Mr. Lewie being employed there in the Drug Store of W. J. Towlee. The iron pole, at the intersection of 1st Aao. East and Oak St. which was loaned by stavig Bros for the greasy pole at our last celebration waa taken up .a wvek. Fire had to be employed Vvke ijd winter ri-kase her frozen f. :p •ts aso. i'!i traveling man who 'iii,,-er.ted w.i a"e it there, as .t mic' f. lie the north pole, should be .! .'v ying some of our weather ih.v :o would think he wss in the 4. w®. I Joe Dempsey I Aberdeen. left on Tuesday for I Walter Larson was in Milbank be tween trains Monday. Editor Opsal of the Wilmot Enter prise was in Sisseton Tuesday. Mrs. Aspelund was taken to the Webster Hospital last Tuesday. Lloyd Peterson is here from Ver million to spend the holidays. Miss Esther Morris is spending the holidays with the home folks. John Benolkin is spending Cliris mas with his father-in-law, Mr. Hoss. Otis Marvick is home from college, spending his vacation with his par ents. The Commercial Hotel has discon tinued serving meals owing to the shortage of help. Les Horton went to Aberdeen on Tuesday to visit his sister Lucille and brother Clarence. Eleanor Batterberry arrived from Winona, Minn., Saturday to r.pend the holidays at home. -»ms Editor Sinull of the Summit Ind. pendent was ntown Tuesday and made us a pleasant call. G. L. Wooley and wie left on Tues-1 day noon l'or the west coast. Tin ox- I pect to he away two months. Miss FIoia Ritt, the teacher in the Variand D:st. Enterprise Twp Ivft on Monday for her home at St. Peter, Minn. Ed Lmster and Niei Crosby '?ir:ved Monday from Milwaukee, where they have been attending Marqup'.te Col lege. A. A. rest wick was shaking hands with friends while here attending the county republican proposalmen's con vention. John Mel land and J. J. Holm at tended the county proposalmen's con vention and while here put several new ones on our subscription list. Mr. A. G. Vaughan and Miss Anna Oletzke arrived Monday from Annan dale, Minn., to spend the holidays with the Win Oletzke family and the Misses Lee and Susie Vaughan. Ray Richardson of Bossko town ship, while tiding a horse last Tues day morning, had the misfortune of having his 'eg broken. The horse slipped and 'e'.l on the ice, pinning Mr. Richardson underneath. Dr. Long Stroth was called and found about six inches of both bones, below tho knee of the right leg, splintered and broken almost into a pulp. Mr. Rich ardson was takn to the Webster Hospital on the noon train. is Mr. Markel of the Sisseton Produce Co., reports that he purchased $500 worth of turkeys from Carl Johnson, who lives two miles south of town. This is the largest sale from any on-1 farmer to the local concern this sea son. The lot consited of 150 birds. The Sisseton Produce Co., pays top market prices fr poultry and eggs and farmers in this neighborhood who gj into the poultry business are assured good results from their investment. %i 1 Chas. Porter was up from Wilmot last Monday. Andrew Marvick returned from Pierre Monday. Use Red Cross Christmas seals un til January 1st. Gust Walters of Browns Valley was in Sisseton Tuesday. Oscar Beaver was !n the city be tween trains Monday. Victor Nelson was up from Peever between trains Tuesday. Peter J. Gravdahl of Browns Val ley was in Sisseton Tuesday. Helen Erickson is spending Christ mas with the heme folks near Ro«holt Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Swanson a'e Christmas dinner with relatives at Wilmot. Orr in Scli Vision is assisting the Peterson Clothing Store at WUinot this week. r:»: Frank Hannasch left Thursday for Minneapolis to -spend Christmas with relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Sorbet went to Weh ster to spend Christmas with the for meis parents. Mrs. Theo Ned do of Minneapolis is here visiting her parent.--, Mr. and A!::-, llrantseg. I Adolph Ilohenz of Eagle Butte, S, I)., arrived Tuesday to spend Christ mas with Dan Renas. The entertainment i:i\en by the four schools, at the Huron 'uv w.it line ar.d well att.nded. Mrs. P. B. Ore: nheld went to Mln ncapo.is last Sutu:day to spend tin hoi.days with her folk-. M'isd He'.ma Hcnd ickson enter tained a crowd of her g.rl friends at her home Sunday afternoon. The A. A. cP'.orsnn and Sam Olherg families will eat their Christmas din ner with the llarrv Moi ris family. Lost—a package of wedding an nouncements. Finder please return to the Standard office and receive reward W. F. Carlberg and H. L. Spade man has been added to the list of health bond subscribers. Who will be next. Miss Amiee McDonald is spundinu her Christmas vacation with her sis ter Mrs. Howard Smith of Monte vedio. Henry M. Ernster of Sisseton. visit ed here this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Malget.—Graceville, Enterprise. If you want a Dodge, Oakland Six. or King Eight, see W. D. Wilson at the Sisseton Garage. Will take land in trade on ear. Miss Adelia Kivley, superintendent of the Linton, N. D. High School is spending her Chistmas vacation under the parental roof. Misses Emma and Matilda Wale ticli and brother Henry came home Tuesday evening to spend b-• holi days with the liom folks, ss Wo have been informed that Lloyd Peterson who is taking a law course at the State University Ms been W,-ßH 1 ... .- I selected a* leader for one of the de bating teams. Miss A innette Babcock of the county 11\asm office has resigned her position as deputy and gone to her home at Braiiierd, Minn. Mi Hilda Er., kson is the new deputy. Mr. ai.d Mrs. Waiter Rourk and son and Waiter's brother Dewey and Paul Paul sou came up from Milbank Wednesday noon to spend Christmas at the home of Mrs. liourk's parents Mr. and Mr*. J. c. Paulson. Miss L-'.i,. Atxsocd :s the recipient of a souvenir fiom Franco that sho values highly, a hand embroid -red itar.dkeilu.ll ut' the tmcst svk, 1* cm a teacher in hat count y. It app.'a-.v I that last sprin.n her father sum a lectiuii oi gardin seed. to te-i teach er who au-jp.vd this ie."t'i or savi"e thank you, in addition to her writ ion word. By the way. the seeds were sent in April and arrivtd in August. don't be mh prised you ivar of a movement on foot to turn the pout office.over to private intrre.-=:.:. also. "f CUE wo i- i'cf vvyv Make uui thick?I 1 v. ••'iXv.-y need somvthmg to tons'Mein up. Full line oul'.ry remedies on hand at the Piodv.ee House. Cheap, easy to feed. Will make hens V.y A. M.ii'kle. X'* IT". "W tt/nz U.x (ct a 8- a: me 51 LI tt ffs r? p. ,rn PPS?" de a firt ei üi&z 'mil We Thank You For Your Generous Patronage and Wish All ry Ciiristmas and New Year That the coming year may be filled for you with health, prosperity and happiness. That the existing cordial relations between us may continue and deepen. 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