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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, January 09, 1920, Image 5

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Eye Specialist at Commercial Hotel
Friday January 23rd.
Mrs. Julius Aasnoss is reported
sick wit.li the la grippe.
XVrn. Markel came up from Miibank
last Thursday to attend the K. C.
Miss Kudora Anderson returned
from Evansville, Minn., where -slit'i
visited her mother.
Save your Eyes. See I)r. Lepler,
Eye Specialist in S.isseton, Friday Jail,
28rd, at Commercial Hotel.
Mrs. A. Markel was an Ortonvillo
visitor at the' home of her parents
the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Emil Alter went, to Webster
Wednesday where Mr. and Mrs. Akers
little son Max is in the Pea body hos
Come early, Friday, Jan. 23rd if
you want to sea Dr. Lepler the eye
specialist about your eyes.- .j.Office .t
Commercial Hotel.
host—A neck chain of gold beads,
near Mead's feed barn. Finder please
leave with Mr. Mead or at this office
and receive reward.
W. J. Thomas arrived home Wed
liosday from a two weeks visit at Iii«
old home in Cresco, Iowa, and has
"again opened his place of business.
XV, ,T. says there was about four inch
es of snow on the ground there.
Sceligti Sissslei
Frida?, iasBary 23
Eye Specialist and
liVirl What iVople Say:
Henry Nie-derbau
er' wri tes:'
My eyes were badly inflamed for a
month. After seeing Dr. L'pler,
May 8, 1010 inhumation disap
peared in a lew d:iys, and now my
yes are just line. 1 know Dr. Wep
ler is all right.
Others in Sisselon praise Dr.
Lepler's work.- evert Amunfisou,
Mr. John Anderberg, Mrs. A. N.
Anderson, Edith A. 15ailly, .Mr.
Glenn Brown, Mrs. Gust Burkey,
Mr. P. 11. Bollenbeck. Martha. P-e.g
seng. Mrs. H. B. Carter, Mrs. Ole
C-liarles, Mr, Cortvlyou, Mary
Class, IL C.- Crosby, Mrs. Geo. H.
Croft, Mrs. J. F. Class, Florence
Donahue, Mr Elmer Ellison, Mr.
M. O., Eikum, Amanda Engenik,
Har'i Eggers, Dick Eggers, Ruth
E' .en, Mrs. John Encjuist, Anna
I'v'ckson, Mrs. Wm. H-annascli.
.'virs. M. M. Huschle, Alma Hend
rickson, Cora Halmon, Marvin
lUA-tl r.i, Mrs. B. M. Hanson,
GIad.\s He. son, Mrs. Otto Hanson,
II. .1. I-lineckc, Mrs. John L. Hess,.
Mrs Herman Heath. Mrs. I-Iuns
Hanson, Mr. Thomas Hovlanti, Mr.
Emil Kagen, Carrie A. Jorgenson,
Mr. Hans Jacobson, Mrs. II. Krone,
Ernest Kröne, Rvth Kivley, Mil
dred Lurvp.hee, Jolm Mead, Emma
Ma Lines on, Mrs. Clvas. Mallen, Mr.
Ivsr Loin, Mrs. Chas. Oneroad.
Remc I be date, Friday
a a 2 3
early.. -Tell your friends
O *7 I» O I« 'I- I 'v »I»''''/
Fot All Kinds?
ileal Esfc^
11. Z-Wk
'TdXf Cm
W. F. Miller Sundaycd in Miibank
Judge II. M. Knight left for Apple
toil. Wis., Monday on business.
car ov
Motor Co.
with Ins family. Momeny.
C. A. Swell son left Saturday for Fresh Milch cow tor sale. lnqu.i
Minneapolis on business.
Atty Howard Babcock went to
Mrs. Swan Nelson arrived home iZritton Monday to attend court. 1 apolis oil business.
from Grove City, Minn.. Wednesday.
Now is
Atty. C. R. Jorgenson went to Brit- Dr. Jack Kcan was a business caller
ton Monday to attend to court mat from Peever Monday.
good time to have your
led or looked after. Holt-
Art Bennett came up from Mil
bank Saturday to attend to his auc
tion sale.
Now is a good time to have you:
car verhauled or looked after. Holt
Motor Company.
Miss Eudora Anderson is spending
a few days visiting the home folks at
Evansville, Minn.
Miss Laura Rask returned from a
visit with her folks in Minneapolis the
first of the week.
Mrs. Ed Bennett ""left Mondav for
Webster to consult. Dr. Peabody in
regard to her health.
Otis Mar viele returned to North-'
iield Tuesday to resume his studies in
the St. Olaf college.
Willard Tew recently accepted a
position with the Dakota Far in "-r and
started out Monday.
F. C. Carriel returned Saturday
from a ten days visit in Chicago and
other eavtern points.
W. F. Cailberg and V. J. C-arlberg
and families spoilt. New Years with
relativ .s at Clinton, Minn.
Miss Hulda Olson arrived Satur
day from Minneapolis for an extend
vi'.it with her parents.
Miss Ma vine Olson left Monday for
Aberdeen to resume her studies in the
Aberdeen Business School.
August Nelson came home from
Minnee.no'is 'Saturday but Mrs. Nel
son remained for a longer stay.
Rev. Eastman ol' I'eeVer loaves'
re on for California
If ycu want a 'Dodge, Oakland Six,
or King Eight, see W. I). Wilson at
the Sisseton Garage. Will take land in
trade on ar.
Mrs. Holland returned to Minne
apolis after spending the holiday»
with her mpther and bother Frank
and sister Olara.
Messrs He!mar and Severin Peter
son of New Ellington were in Sisse
:ton Msnc'iay to attend the funeral'o.f
the late Rev. Re-lie.
j/,: Chas. Maywold returned Saturday
from Minneapolis after a two months
etay and is again cutting Bones at
the Jensen & Brewster -Meat Market.
], For. Sale—Two registered Duroc
Jersey Boars, sold at the right price.
Inquire of Barney Lotaer, four miles
southeast, of Sisseton, it. 4 or phone
line 5 call 20. 24tf.
George Minder went to Wilmot on
Monday. George intends making Wil
mc-t hi', headquarter .! while lie will be
'engaged in'-^bllinge. a -installing
Deleo light systems.
Editor Bert Opsal of
Enterprise came up on Tuesday on
official business with the contity and
while here dro'pyed in and. paid the
.S-.tan.dard' a pleasant call.
the Wilmot
The New Year dance given by'the
Knights of Columbus was well attsr.d
ed a-nd good nnujic v/aa furmshed lor
the occasion by.the'Uniaue Orchestra.
Alt report.en enjoyable time,
Grandpa Pryor celebrated his eigh
i'y-Sr-st birthday Tuesday,. Jan. -6
Grandpa eaii call this dato important
aiso because, of it being..the anniver
Sfit'y of ths death of. the lat*. Cfil-
A ,.'ow,l of tlvirty young .-people
'fjathered at the home of John Fo-.'idtsr'
:E lster. township Sund-ay evening.
Tho t'tms was spent in playing gamer
after which retiresuhients were se.r-y?.
ed. All report an enjoyable time. '.•
Tiia aeh-ool teachcrs of tlie ..Sisseton
Sehools have- all returned "from holi
day visits. School opened Monday,
.with the. first, second and third grades
-in- tire new rooms. Considerable im
provement 'Was- made on ..the- school,
house: durin'g the- holiday vacation.
R. R. Biichar an offci-s' 3 5 Durhc
Sred Sovvfi ct'public, auction, on iiirj
i: 1 i-half mile,from Broy-üa- \rnl
tM cek
ä-ry. 11th. A'.l a,'r4 «cyLlc
fttd Ivsuced against death
Yon -cKOiern. The-y are t%e.:e^Lreni^.:
bo'.iad r.r.d -qaiek maturing kind,
dmne of tlie spring silts will weigh
Rcariy 1-0C lbs., so.yrs COO to 75 0 :lbs.
the holidays with her mother Mrs.
of Tlios. Osinan.
Mis. Momeny was a passenger to
Wilmot Monday.
Rev. Eastman
leaving on account of Iiis health.
Clement Class depart':d.Saturday
for Indiana where he will be employ
ed by the Rumley tractor people.
Airs. Emmett Kennedy is as.-isting
at the Thompson House while Miss
Mary Reijner is visiting her sisters.
Mrs. Ed. Bei-r.Jit returned from the
where she went, for medical examina
Coming to Sisseton. Friday Jan. 23
Lepler the Eye Specialist. Come early
if you want, to see him. At Commer
cial Hotel.
Joe Robbie left Monday for Minne-
a pas-
Mrs. Ben Sonstegard was
senger to Wilmot Monday.
Berger Bergersoll went to
cities Monday on business.
request. Henry Ernster.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Axuess left
Saturday where they are attending
.school in the "U" of Minnesota.
Jack Haggerty was a passenger to
Miibank Saturday to attend a meet-/
ir.g of the Ev-angical -Insurance Co.
Chas. Fonder went to Miibank on
Tuesday to attend the annual meet
ing of the Evaiigieal Jnsuranc* Co.
Miss Verna Humphner has reiurn-'
ed to Minneapolis to resume her
studies in the Minnesota University.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Glcason of
Clair-: City left for the'coast Wednes
day. where they will spend the winter.
4"es, Dr. Lepler's glasses will stop
•those headaches. See him ,n Sisseton,
Friday, Jan. 23, office at Commercial
Hotel. v.-
Rev. Neri
Webster Hospital Tuesday evening: Carl Lundbcrg "Veturnrd Friday
Gust Nelson, prominent farmer of
Grant township made a pleasant call
at the Standard office to renew his
isubscription for another year.
Miss Inga Regen has -resigned .as
c)i ra-tor at the Dak. Con. office and
her place is being filled by Miss,
Gathryn Minnehan of Pipestone,
Miss Elia Nelson of Aldridge, N. D.
spent the holidays at the home of her
uncle A. W. Johnson. Miss Nelson is
ploy ed -,a a sc.h ol..tea fth sr.
.at AI
ridge. --ifv /j -Jti.
L. O. Lewis of Greuville called at
the Standard office Wednesday. Mr.
Lewis says he likes the Standard so
•he added his name to our subscrip
tion list.
Harry Spackman left Saturday
Minneapolis to enter school.
Miss Clara Hagger'.y has accepted
a position in the Standard office.
Leslie Tice of Miibank was a visi
tor here between trains Tuesday.
Mrs. Theo. C. Mannes is visiting
with relatives in Wan bay this week.
Mrs. 1-1 arid Maun returned, to
Monte viedo, Minn., after spending
Ellen Moe left. Tuesday for Aber
deen to begin a Normal Course in .he
N. IN. I. S.
Miss Cora Humphner returned to
Usakis. Minn., to resume her duties
in tiie Osakis public schools.
For Sale—Two Full blooded I'o
I land China Boars. Papers furnished
came up from Wil­
mot to conduct services in the Trinity
church during the absence ot Ha
The Altar Society ot the Catholic
church held their annual election of
officers Sunday afternoon, all old of
ficers holding oyer
fvo Eldora, Iowa. «.Mrs. Lur.dberg
who accompanied him there, remain
ed for a longer visit.
Miss Olson of Claire City is visit-,
ing at the Frank Staufi'er home en
route home from a visit, with her
sister in Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eaton and child- ranges.' This
ren of' Hinsdale,. Mont., were recent, 'ti.cmand
arrivals for an extended visit with ~e-| i-" ......
latives ana fi-ends. of Sisseton and
Lake City
Miss Francis Sexton returned Sat
urday from Janesville, Mmn„ after
visiting there during the holidays.
She will resume her work as teacheY
near New EiTnigton..
M:ss. Daisy Ri van ess- sold her resi- Watch-1
donee and household goods here laet,,
week and accompanied bv her sons
Edwin and Henry de-parted for Wash
fngton to spend tfie* winter.. I n?ed
A live crowd surprised the home of lull 1
Mr, and. Mrs. Lew Carter Tuesday at the
evening, it
Ross' birthday.. feed. \v.
Dancing was indulged in until a late
hour, after -which the party departed.
wishing Ross rnauy birthdays- as full
of happiness. __
Have decided not to reopen ray.
milKnery parlors until, time for the
spring season,
Fresh Miic.li Cow for sale.
of Thos. Osinan.
Fresh miieh cow for sale. Inquire
of Thos Osman.
U. F. Sonstegaard is at RoslioU
this week on business.
Ernest Hondo -has .been under the
weather for the last tew days.
For Sale—A fresh milch cow. In
quire of Henry Lensen, Peever, S: v.,
Route 1.
1 Luther CheNos is the census euum-
era tor for Dry Wood Lake and Good
Will twonships.
Kittie Perkins arrived from Aber-'
decn Wednesday to visit h.ei n,other
Mrs. Murphy and brother EO
Covnty Agent Buchanan will leave
Satur-lay noon for points in Misineso
ta and Wisconsin where he expects
I to locate two tr loads of registered
Holstein cows, lie say's he has placed
a car a round Sissf ton and also one ih
!the vicinity of Browns Valley. Several
farmers expect to make the trip with
him and help r'ck out the cows. If
you aiit one of these cows,. better
notify him at e:ice.
1. O. II. Halside of Summit, S. D. jus I
Leios?u a -leal for 1000 tons of hay
thru the aeBirfcahee of the Counts
1 Agent for .§21,SCO'. The hay goes to
Montana parties. County. Agent"Ba
chancn says there is a big demand for
hhy right now and any one who has
hay in any-quantity should get it
bailed at once. Montana is buying this
high priced hay and hoping every
•day there-will be a thaw, so their
cattle es get th sir feed from the
Miss -Peal Clin3 Rig resigned her!
position as'chief operator, and book
keeper at.the Dakota Central Ofilce
•a,s'd"'.h-a'3 accepted a position in the ,
C-oua-ty Treasurers office. Miss Cline!
has been -with the D. C. T. Co. for
seven years anjcl will be greatly mirid
ca bythe patrons.
Mabel Marsli is visiting he*,,
sister Mrs. Emil Vaage.
Miss Delia Kivley left Sisseton on
-Friday' foV Linton, N. v.. to resitme:
her duties as Supt. of the Lintott
Schools. Miss Kivley has been visit-'
ir.g her parents and brothers, hero,
Mis= Hatei Sch^Mrrn.
Now selling at reduced prices. We
still have a large assortment to select
from. You can save money by buy
ing your next winter's coat now.
-Mr. Ap.plostein is here from Wash
ington, C., working with Dr. Long
streth on the Census Bureau.
A. A. Peterson went to Wilmot on
Wednesday to look after the inter
ests of the Peterson Clothing Co.
Mi-:s Anna Mickclson returned to
Wessington Monday, to resume li
work as Lacher. She spent.tav. hoi.
days here with the home folks
Ai! Day
ql,aqk.eii.juV the
CtOll ilaiid PrORWS«»!!«
At th band rehearsal- Wednesday
venin™. a nuniber of selections, and
inarches were rehearsed, all showing
a ti cid I improvement over previous
vf-h' a1 a 3. Much credit is due Mr.
Chi lies or his consisten work'in di
rects concert will be given soon,
the date.
Eqtx.-i EGGS
your chickens. lay. -They
lethin- to tone them up..»•:
ue '.oul'ry remedies on,hand
roduce House. Cheay, easy
'l make ns lay.
A. Marltle.
m. E.V E 1 K.JGV
Ojl'cc ii Kttodlnnil.BItlg. Phone -St
j?or Sale
:'i 0acr.c farmv witfi
$ 5 0
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Sisseton, So. I)ak.
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Worth While
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Your Car at the
Good, Big, -Clean, Warm Place.
Save a frozen motor and radiator.
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