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-'A •(Wo?:* Local Happings Willard Tew spent Sunday at home. Edna Amundson is on the sick list 'this week. Chas. Perkins came up 1'ixmi Pee "ver Monday. A! Casey came down from New 151 fmgton Monday. A. O. Bunde mil de a business trip to Wilmot Monday. Henry Helving arrived Saturday from Minneapolis. Arthur Tew went to St. Paul Sat urday on business. Joe Robbie is home from a business trip to Minneapolis. 5 SEE Wm. 3 Swedlund For All Kinds of Real Estate Insurance Bonds $ FOR Tile pure food inspector is here making the rounds. Frank McKenna was an over Sun day visitor at M'ilbank. Art Bennett was up from Milbank last Friday on business. Gust Walters was over from tin) Valley on business Saturday. Doctor Harris of Wilmot was in Sisseton Friday on business. Miss Winnie Bates left Saturday for Minneapolis for short visit. Elmer Houg left for Minneapolis Tuesday to enlist in the U. S. Army. Mrs. Ed Bennett returned to Web ster Monday for medical treatment. Ohas. McGee came up from Mil bank Saturday to spend Sunday here, Capt. Kelly, Pat Kelly and John Hines were up from Pcever on Fri day. Harry Spackman returned day evening. Loans 3* 41*3*3*'S1*8*'S*+21 $ ^"S1*8**$"£"3"!* The Third Number of the Lyceum Course Will be held at the UNIQUE THEATRE on Tuesday, January 20th The program is especially intended to entertain. They present much new and varied material some parts if not all will please everybody. PERSONNEL Theodore Knox Flute, Saxophone, Reader Francis Smith Knox. ..Piano, Saxophone and Soprano Miss Leleth Abbott Saxaphone, Soprano and Piano Miss Helen Egger.. r. Saxophone, Contralto and Piano C. E. McGowan Lumber SISSETON, SO. DAK. W Monday from a business trip to the twin cities. ., Berger Bergerson returned Satur-j Sunday guests at the Hans Stavig day from a business apolis. rip to Minne-: home. Ed Tallakson is home from Min- school again after a bad seige of ery neapolis after a two weeks visit with ciples. his sister p0r Sale—A fresh milch cow. In Maurice Eggen of Hart Township I quire of Henry Lensen, Peever, S. I)., was a business visitor in Fergus Falls Route 1. last week. Now is a good time to have your Harold Kivley was at Peever last car overhauled or looked after. Holt week in the interest of the Otter Tail Motor Co. Power Co. Harry Baxter was up from Wilmot Rudolph Stofi'regrent was an ar-1 on business at the Court House last rival on Monday's train from Fergus Thursday. ails, Minn. Harvest your corns with Rexall Mrs. Art Bennett and daughter Corn Solvent. Price 25 cents. F. P. Ruth returned from Milbank Satur- Maldaner. A home after a two weeks her sisters in Montana. Tim Cook left Monday evening to Irene Class are assisting at the tele report back to his regiment at Louis- phone office. ville. Kentucky. jjyal Hand Lotion will insure a We are glad to report that Mis, Smooth, Soft Skin. Price 35 cents. i\ Hans Tallakson is recovering from P. Maldaner. her recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Varland and Co. SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD Chas. Almos of Eden was in our City Thursday. Beatrice Osman visited friends at Ortonville last week. Eye Specialist at Commercial Hotel Friday January 23rd. T. T. Larson of Vehlen was a busi ness caller in our city Saturday. I Mrs. Wm. Swan so went to Wil mot Monday to visit her mother. Mike Barrett is entertaining his mother from St. Cloud this week. Miss Minnie Wilbur went to Aber deen Monday to seek medical aid. Marion Hicks spent ssveral days with relatives at Wimot last week. Mr. and Mrs. Max Dady left oil Monday noons train for Minneapolis, Henry Holmen of New Effington was in Sisseton on business Monday. I Ole Heim of Vehlen transacted business in Sisseton several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Murviclt were Evelyn Osmundson is back to Miss Mary Renner has returned children were Sunday guests a the Earl Slate has arrived home from a iilwo months sojourn in Oklahoma and other points in the south. Use Jonteel Cold Cream and he'll I be proud of your pretty complexion. Price 50 cents. F. P. Maldaner. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Teigen o! I Waubay visited friends and relatives here the fore part of last week. Sewing Machine, I Jan. 16-Feb 6 Burt Horton. Tom Osman, Capt. Hummel and Jerry Wilson went to I the Fort Saturday to visit Herb Allen. John Gravdahl and family went to Browns Valley Sunday for a three) days visit with the old folks and his brothers. ence accompanied him to return to her work there. Lost—A neck chain of gold beads, near Mead's feed barn. Finder please leave with Mr. Mead or at this office and receive reward. Ed Grinde just finished building one of the finest houses in the county for Sandy Gray, one and a half miles northwest of Peever. Pete Bothum and Lars Fagerland returned from points in North Da kota, wlieer they have been for thij past week on land business. The Misses Amelia and Neilia Greenlund returned from New Effing ton last Friday, where they spent several weeks at their home. Make your chickens lay more eggs. Feed them Alfalfa Meal, 0:1 Meal and Oyster Shells. I Jan 18 Feb ti Schindler Bros, It will be great sport watching the Democratic donkey and Republican Elephant when they are hitched to get her to pull against tile farmer Ijlabor party. For Sale—My house consisting ol three rooms and about three lots, House has cement basement. Good cistern. Part casli and balance on reasonable terms. Inquire Mrs. Ed Bennett. A- 1 »"f Mrs. Emmet Kennedy and Miss visit with O. B. Osmundson home. Mrs. Pete Greenfield arrived home' Doud returned Saturday from a sue from Minneapolis Friday after spend-1 cessful fishing trip at Eden. ing the holidays there. Joe Class, Harry Davis and Jin A. A. Prestwick of Summit was shaking hands with Sisseton friends the latter part of last week. I Leo J. Lukanitsch and Andrew Marvick returned Saturday from a I business trip to Minneapolis. Provide- one of our real rubber Coming to Sisseton, Fridav Jan. 23 Hot Water Bottles for every pair of Capt. Kelly wa« a passenger from Peever Saturday. He has just finish ed a successful run of thresh'ng near Peever. Capt. Kelly says there are still many stacks of grain in tho! vicinity of Peever to be threshed. The many friends of Herb Allen-1 will be pleased to learn that he has recovered from his recent iirtiess and has been discharged from the Aber deen Hospital, where he has beert confined for th-e past -two weeks and is now at the Fort looking after bus! ness affairs. WWW Peptona will put rich, red blood in your veins. That's health. Price $1. F. P. Maldaner. Now is a good time to have youi car verhau led or looked after. Holt Motor Company. Chris Andrews is busy repairing telephone trouble in Wilmot. As trouble man he finds a plenty of trouble. L. B. Hanson arrived Tuesday from Hingham, Mont., where he has be-.n the past six weeks visiting rela tives and prospecting for a stock ranch location. .The members of Saron Ladies Aid will entertain at the Saron church on Wednesday, January 21st at two o'clock. All are welcome. Bethel Palm returned to Sisseton last Tuesday after spending her va cation at her, parental home near Eden. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson letl for their liomG at Sioux Falls Thurs day noon after spending a month here with friends and relatives. Miss Helma Hegge of Minneapolis was her^ last Monday to attend the tuneral $ N her brother-in-law( Rudi6? Leplel the Eye feet in yur home. F. P. Maldaner. jf you want to see him. At Cominer For Sale—Second Hand Singer cial Hotel. good as new. Fred Lobbs left for Minneapolis on Estrayedp—A strange liog came to business Monday, His daughter* Flor-1 my place on the Plut farm six miles Rev. K. specialist. Come early Miss Belle Hägen violinist at the Unique Theatre went to Minneapolis Monday to consult a physician in re gard to her health. Fred R. Raymond, tonsorial artist at the Sanitary Barber shop went to Wilmot Monday with his father who has been visiting him here the last week. northeast of Sisseton about the first of December. Owner can have same by proving property, paying for keep and advertising. Arthur Ran, R. 1, Sisseton. Twp. R. K. Buchanan offers 35 Du roc Bred Hows at public auction, on his farm one-lialf mile from Browns Val ley, tin February 11th. All arc double treated and insured against death from cholera. They are the extreme big boned and quick mat.tir.ng kind. Some of the spring gilts will weigh nearly 400 lbs., sows 500 to 7 50 lbs. EGGS EGGS Make your chickens lay. They need something to tone them up. Fuli line oultry remedies on hand at the Produce House. Cheap, easy to feed. Will make hens lay. Open For •usiness Havij purchased the Lohre re.sturaüt and fixtures and am n-adv for business. Regular meals orders xvill' and short be served serv ed. Open til I 12:00 P. M. Your .Patronage Solicited. Henry Cornelius, Proprietor WINTER COATS AND 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. STAVIG BROS. f, A A. Markle. 5**? DB. GR AVK KEAGY .. V:: Chiropractor *'J. Ofiuc in Swedlund ISlcig. Phone 2f)7 A Suggestion Worth While while in the City Store Your Car at the Holt Motor Co. Good, Big/Clean, Warm Place. Save a frozen motor and radiator. Our Prices are ReascnaHo Day, less than 3 hours __ 26c All Day 50c JSMght ... .... .75c Dead Storage per month $5.00 WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS FOR Dodge Brothers Buick Cars Lawson Tractors McGraw Tires Give Us A Trial HOLT MOTOR COMPANY SISSETON, SO. 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