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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, January 30, 1920, Image 8

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Anna and Lila Douglas were
Sisseton callers, Friday.
Charlie' Perkins returnerl
from Wyoming, Thursday.
Fredrick Fuller returned from
at Minnea-
Mr.. Frank Du deck was a pass
enger to Wilmot, Monday. He is
expected to return Tuesday
George Quarton returned Fri
day from Southern Iowa where
lie attended the funeral of his
Mrs. J. Norby visited with her
mother,who is seriously ill with
Bright's disease, between trains,
Joe Fonder of Milbank wag
called to Peever, Tuesday, be
cause of the' serious illness of his
son, Edgar.
Christine Opitz* returned home
from St. Joseph's Academy, Sat-
IMfurday. She was unable to coritin
her .'school-wörk because of ill
Revs. Sweeny and Schaap oi*
St. Paul are holding meetings in
^öy.a.the M.
E. church this week. Rev.
MW^Lcott, who will sing and play at
0- the meetings, arrived Tuesday
Walter Hodgson is on the sick
^"ilist this week but Walt is not the
l.only^tte. Various diseases from
«.'4 chilblains to severe colds have
exacted their toll for the past
two day»
Stone unknown person broke
into Jqrgen's and Beck's store
Monday night and removed a
bout afic dollars in change from
ths cash register. This petty
thieving simply has to stop.
The pupils of the Intermediate
room enjoyed a party at the
•iehoolhouse, Friday night, all of
Wke teachers being present. The
children placed games until half
past ten. Lunch was then served
•Mid the children departed for
^^heir homes.
^fOn Saturday evening at six
five course dinned was
aeryed in the school house by the
girl» in honor of the
team, follow
dftiner, games were par
paled in until midnight As
followed their defeat on
Tuesday, the boyewere wonder-
Red Lake Falls, Minn., Saturday.1 previous to the game, they, were
Frank Douglas shipped a car- defeated. Fredrick and Renville
load of hogs to St.
.Prtyl, Mondays st.u re(! for Peever while McCau-
Fredrick Fuller ilia ley and St. Clair carried off hon
frgßhmen for the second
for the Agency.
Mrs P. Lainy spent Friday and (.RAN
Saturday of last week in Sta«-,
j- q: .... fit Hans M'oen.
Lawrence heauy oj bitseion
is spending the week with his Joe Laubach is butcherin?4: at
brother, Bill. Olaf Ncgards.'
C. A. Strait returned from a Dora Iluitman went to :l)rH ^1
Lumber Convention at Jlirmea-1 Minn., to receive a big sum oi
polls, Monday.
Walter Fuller spent the week
end with his parents,
to school Monday. ßossko for the past week
Anna Douglas left Tuesday
for a week visit with Mrs. II.
Dunham of Wilrnot.
The Misses Mae Clymer and
Rachel Walker were passengers
to Sisseton, Monday.
Mrs. Dodge of Milbank is here
nursing Edgar Fonder thru his
attack of pney.monia.
celebrate their eighteenth wed
ding anniversary, Wednesday.
•ri Mrs. A. M. Anderson spent a
few days last week in Minnea
polis, consulting an eye special
Mrs J. M. Barrett returned to -v
her home in St. Cloud, Minn., Lothums
Thursday via Brownsvalley. Ray Wooley' and Johnnie
The Peever basket ball learnt
met the Agency quint on the lo
cal floor last Tuesday evening.
The boys played a good gamu,
but thru lack of team work and
inability to*sacure good coaching
AraoM Hagc|1 is ch0l.(, 1)oy
her money. r"
Albert O'Grady has been vis-
roLummg the young people (girls) in
The Young Peoples' Society
met at P. J. Bergs', Friday even
ing. Toslin Iiaugen took a big
sleigh load up there with the
thermometer twenty below.
"Long Hollow"
Mr. and Mrs. Pius Lainy will Schocker are digging a well for
Charley, and Malvina Bothtvm
evening at Si vert
Nels Peterson.
Matson was
Ci.ut to
Mrs. Pete
the weather last week.
hear she is better. I
Jim Wooley has a brand new
Dodge. Look out Lloyd, or you
will be the first Leap Year vic
Clarence and Martin Bothum
are now at Jefferson. Barrack?.
Missouri. They say'the army is
As the conductor stepped oft
the train, he was met by the
mayor who attempted to pin a
medal on his coat lapel.
A party of young folks spent
Friday egening at the Jim Christ
en son home. All report having
spent a very enjoyable evening
explained to
The "Vicious Circle" met at
Sivert Bothums', Sunday after
noon. Ernest Schogren came out
from town. Well, they did not
treat him very rough.
On the Sisseton branch of the
C. M. & St. P. nestles the little
town of "notessiS.,, The train
which rambles peacefully up and
down this branch line has the
reputation of not having been on
time for the last 9 months.
In desperation, the mayor
called the council together. They
passed a resolution to the effect
that the first train on time
should be met by a band, and the
engineer and conductor be dec
orated with medals.
All went along blissfully.
Finally, one day the telegraph
operator phoned the mayor that
the train woud surely be on time
and that he should collect the
band and appear.
of Peever
Accordingly she mayor, coun
cil, band and about three-fourths
of the population waited at the
depot, for the coming of the not
essiS Flyer." due on time. Lo I
and behold! as the train pulled
in, three minutes ahead of time,
the band struck up a tune, thß
people yelled ayd shouted!
"What's all. this noise about",
inquired the conductor.
"You fools/' exclaimed titi#
conductor, "this is yesterday'*
train." AÄ
State Bank
rpjtit,1 Rcalfetate Loans, lh
Bonds. See us
Lila Croft spent the week end
in Sisseton.
AUrea bothum spent Sunday
in Sisseton.
Lorn a Just spent Sunday in
Pete Bothum was a busincsy
caller in town, Monday.
Ida Mussettcv spent a few
plays at the Croft home laut week'
Miss Lorna Just spent Sunday
at home in Enterprise Town -lv.p.
Hear the flu is bad at Aber
deen as well as other places
Dollie Rolstad is assis'.mg ai
the Willie Cundersoil hoiae. this
Miss Lorna Just made a iew
calls at Ma.'U'i Hanson
Johnny, Oh Johnny hear
you on line eleven once in -. while
Art Lothum was one o- liiotfc
who attended the jjUthea&League
Reception last week. -t--
taken pity on him
him this week.
Hear there are several.ffrpmf
Sisseton township who are' go:-*
ing to Aberdeen soon. Wondei
what's the reason. AH'
Aberdeen far away bat '"'Oh
my"- there's where the yuivig
folks fly, girls first then the--,,
wonder whose next?HAH'.H^.H
We heard by .telephone"thai
Rose Peterson« went Over to Lars
Fagerlunds' lust Saturday after
noon. Wonder- what her inten
tions were
Hanson is bus} ihesv
Carl Feudi' '-son re urn^d
spent a
Tuesday aitc-r having
few days the cities. ..
The flu instantly lell down up
on the Mussetter family last
week. We', hope lor a vecowry.
A couple of girls from tills
way are attending high school
under' but we hear they are home or.
Where was Joe
week Hope he
Previou. la-it
sees we have
and helped
Alfred and Rudolph Bothunv
The mayor then
him the resolution which the#iiii.
council had passed and that they ]j^e th,e teacher-as they seem
were now expressing their appre1f excellent wm-k.
Marvin Peterson are enjoy
ing school this year, guess they
do excellent work
Its a good thing its Leap year
so the girls can get a chance to
make up parties' as no one else
seems to do it since Mike-and
Clarence Bothum have left. ...
Ofiicc in Swccllund Blclg. Pnonc Sf)"
Notice of Hearing Petition for Letters
of Administration.
State of South Dakota, County of Ro
berts. In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of
Louis Marlow, deceased.
The sate of South Dakota sends
greetings to all the heirs a law and
next of kin of Louis Marlow, deceas
ed, and to all whom these presents
may come.
Notice is hereby given that Anniq
Bear and Mary Faribault have tiled
with the Judge of this Court a pe
tition praying that letters of admin
toration of the estate of Louis Mar
low, deceased, as Issued to A. P. Brta
gaard, and that Tuesday, the 17 day
of February, 1920, at ten o'clock In
the forenoon of that day, at the office
of the Judge of laid Cuny Court, in
the City Bieeeton, In Roberte County
South Dakota, baa been-set for hear
ingwld petition, when and where any
person Interested may appear and
«how cause why the said petition
should not be granted.
".Bated January 19, 18*h
Attest: By the Court:
D. F. Stevens, H. M. Knight,
.:.x'".V 'v Clerk.1 Judge
(Seal). Feb. 12
Notice is hereby given that there
'.will be. sold under sealed bids, on
Match. 24,1920, *0 acres of the al
lotment of Ohartei Atkins Robertson,
•llottee Number 1101. Described as
thoi. W. 8ee. 3,Tw». IM N. Range
41 West 5th F. M. Apvmisment vain
ation I*«400.00 Tills Is a" sixty day
sale. Bide for the above land will be
received up to 2 p. m. of the date
mentioned abovtv AH bids must be
accompanied by. 10 per cent of tb*
amount offered in formof a certlti
ed check: on some solvent bank. Bids
shoald be placed In a envelope and
marfcei Bids fqr Indian land, to be'
at p, m. Mareji HilSSe.a^d addre
sed tq the Superintendent of the 'Eds»1
setoa Indian Sehool. For fut*lier in
formation addressMe undersigned
Every now and then the spec
ial-interest crowd forms a new
organization to show the farm
ers the folly of organizing.
Hank's Hired Man says: By
the way some of these here big
church preachers are hollerin' -a
bout our sacred Constitooshun.
it looks as if theycalculated the
scripture was seditious and we
J. L. Suffeeoel,
Indian Age*«*,
needed a new religion.
Now that the president, of a
private.college in Fargo, N. D.,
has gotten into print with a par
ticularly foolish tirade against
the League farmers,
cime for some
aires to furnish a little endo\v-.
snent. Millionaires above all oth
ers should know that the way to
promote service of this kind is tc
Browns Valley
A-r ,s*
feed it well.
i« X*. .-.1 %«£•'. L.y jfclXl, MF
Sow Sale
February 11,1920
Immuned and Guaranteed against death from Hog
Cholera. Blood Lines—Orion, Cherry King, Pathfind
er, Gano, Sensation.
We know our big 300 to 400 pound gilts, 500
pound yearlings and 600 to 700 pound sows will
please you. Therefore we are not only guaranteeing
them against death from hog cholera but we agree to
refund the purchase price of any hog bought on a
mail bid if not satifactoiy when it arrives. Come and
see for yourselves. The sale will be held in a large
barn on my farm one-half mile south of Browns Val
ley, Minn. Free transportation will be provided from
Peever, S. D., for those who arrive on the Milwaukee
train.. O
Auctioneer, A.: G. Satre, Stanhope,*' Iowa Clerk, Wm.
Paul, Browns Valley State B$mk.
People who have been raving
about the awful snow and won
going to be
gin thawing, took the first opp
ortunity to recite from the old
book of frets on the cletestfnl
thawing weather.
it is high der ing when it was
eastern million-
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