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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, February 06, 1920, Image 8

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Did you notice that stray man
around town
Joe Blacksmith was a Sisseton
caller, Saturday.
Lulu Burg was a caller at the
county seat, Saturday.
Frank Dudcck w,?r. passen
ger to Wilmot, Mr:
Alec Murray nr..do a bu.".ines:5
trip to Sisseton, Monday.
Miss Irene Eastman is visiting
at the John Hegnar home.
Evan Hillr.nd was a Wilmot
visitor between trains, Friday.
Sigurd Frostad made a busi
ness trip to Wilmot, Wednesday.
Hugo Gustafson was a call
er at Wilmot between trains, Sal.
Mrs. Lyman Clot I is in the
hospital at Webster taking treat­|is
George Harris and Jim Me
Shano were Sisseton passengers,
Monday. »,
John Foil tier is spending a few
days on business,and pleasure.in
Miss Liela Nancarrow oC Wil
mot is visiting her sister, Mrs. L.
A. Knight.
"r Little Bernice Murray has
just recovered from a siege of
the mumps.
Harrison Murray received his
appointment as rural mail car
rier, Monday.
A fine baby boy arrived to
gladden the home of Lloyd Ro
deen, Monday.
Miss Edith Laing is spending
the week with her brother, John,
and Pious Laing.
The Misses Nora Thone and
Alice Iron visited the Peever
school, Monday.
Mae Clymer and Rachel Walk
er were passengers to Sisseton,
Saturday night.
Miss Barry arrived in Peever
Saturday to sing at the meetings
of the M. E. Ccurch.
Miss Alma Christiansen of Wil
mot spent Sunday at the J. T.
Hanson home east of town.
Mesdames Strait, Erstgaard
and Laing spent Wednesday at
Wilmot with Mrs. H. A. Dunham
Oh my! where are all the cig
ars coming from. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Norby are the proud parents of a
baby boy börn Monday.
Harrold Parrot and Al Clebe
arrived from Butler, Friday to
make an extended visit with
Carl J. Rice & Sons
839- Metropolitan Building
Minneapolis, Minn.
Buying and selling land and
Mortgages is our business.
Several good farms in Rob
erta County.
A email stock and godd loca
tion for a large dry goods
store in Minneapolis:
fA Cafe doing big business in
town of 3,500. Building and
stock about $7,000.
A good feedmill business in a
pRoberts Co. town..
8ood country banks, sev
farms and Minneapolis
may have what you want.
future.ade forhar
-^WW»» o^write us at the above
friends in and around Peever.
Mrs. Strait left, last week for,
quite an extended visit at diiter-i
I etil points in No. Dak. a no Dee
doesn't enjoy reading the .ne,)vs
Lo the furniture.
A crowd of the friends of Mrs.
Oscar Hegnar pleasantly sur-1
..iised her L,T Thursday, the oe
I'casion being her birthday. Lver.v I
one enjoyed' themselves thoroly
and they left her a iy.ee ronion.
branee of the day.
Nonveßiän services next Sun
day at 11: o'clock.
Sunday School at 12:
In the evening the pastor will
give a lecture on Socialism. This
a timely topic so come and
hear it.
Everybody- welcome.
%G. II. Nerison.
The Charles Canfield family
are all sick.
Supt. J. L. Suffecool returned
from Minneapolis, Thursday.
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Gross, on Monday Jan. 19, 1920,
a son.
Mrs. Kate Knutson is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
There was a party at the home
of Miss Dolly Rolstad, Friday of
last week.
Miss Violet DeMarrias is at I
the home of her mother, Mrs.
Chas. Barker.
A. E. Wickärd arrived from
St. Paul last week where he
spent some weeks in a hospital.
He feels considerably better
than he did.
Miss Vera Bickford is spend
ing the week at the home of hex'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. .W .E
Herman Rolstad is hauling al
falfa cut on the old mission plac
the past summer and sold by Ed
Mr. Willahan, head farmer at
the Agency was taken seriously
ill Saturday with what Dr. Long
streth pronounced the flu.
Mrs. Halvor Strand is slowly
recovering from the shock and
injuries sustained last fall when
»-"brother of the cows" attacked
Pete Aasness' and his nephexi^
John and Aldin Olson are busily
baling hay on the school section
just across the west line in Dry
Wo.od Lake.
Friends of Miss Margaret Mos
ssman have learned that she was
married in July last to Mr. Sam
Culbertson and now resides at
Mrs. Will Conly and daughter
Mabel left Saturday evening td
visit friends at Milbank. From
there they proceed to Andover
returning home Tuesday even
Mr. and Mrs. Will Conly enter
tained Mp. arid Mrs. Chas Schan
be ck and family last week in
honor of their son, Edwin who re
cently returned from the world
war front.
Word has come that Miss De
light Lynd of Cleveland, Ohio,
who was down with the measles,
has recovered and that Miss Eth
el Lynd is quite ill with the same
epidemic, at this writing.
"TJveryTiome in our town wel
comed a „guest the week before
last when census enumerator,
Luther Chellus entered, carried
from house to house on his fine
strong horse thru the snow.
Rev Steffen conducted servi
ces at the new residence of Hen­
First State Bank
of Peever
«/u »BT
Real Estate Loans, In-
«%iidclity"B°ods.^See us
[Vifc lVW&J'A
ry Gronau Sunday, Jan. 25th.
Baptism was administered to ':ho
infant son of Henry Gronau, the
infant daughter of Julius Gra
nau, and the infant daughter of
Fred Schwarting. Rev. Steffen
will preach again atM he sanio
place, Feb. 15th.
Ed Hemminger is able to be a
bout again. During the Agency
Peever basket ball game of Tues
day, the 20th. a hard blow dealt
him in the side by some player's
elbow put him out of the running
Serious internal injuries were
at, frst feared but cur el'ill exami
nation by Dr. Longstreth proved
all fears groundless.
There was a most enjoyable
dancing party at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. Enoch, Friday
evening. Mr Enoch played the
violin with his little 7 year old
son Edward at the organ fur
nished the music with Solomon
Quinn to assist. Mrs. C-has, Bark
er too accompanied on the guitar
The Presbyterian Women's So
ciety and Junior Soaiety held a
Basket Social and auction of
piece quilts, dresses and waists,
aprons etc. sewed by them dur
ing the year. Harry Jones acted
as auctioneer and you can judge
what a howling success he was at
if when it is knwn tht the hgher-t
basket was sold for $16.00 There
were not baskets enough to go a
round so a lunch at 10 cents a
piece was served. Nearly $140.00
was realized. Is was announced
that another basket social will be
given at the woman? building
near the church on Washington's
birthday, Feb. 22.
After .several week of careful,
conscientious, dead-in-earnest
practice, the Agency team of
basket ball star players went to
Peever Tuesday evening, Jan. 20
and played a splendid game win
ning by a score of 22-47. They
took off their tallest player to
show their spirit of fairness. Yet'
Peever in their own hall and
with their own referee could
make no better showing. Orie of
the Agency's best players, too,
was unable to be present. The
Agency team will play Wilmot
at Peever Tuesday evening, Feb.,
3rd. if the weather permits, and
we can confidently assert that
they will prove as brilliant losers
as they were triumphant win
ners—should their litck turn.
Read the Ads in
The Standard
For sale—Six or seven hundred
bushels of good sound corn.
TT Fred Schacher,
Route No. 3 Sisseton, So. Dak.
Additional Locals
As we go to press, we are in
formed that the State board of
Health has. advised that owing
to the influenza epidemic, the
dedication program and the
school fair which were scheduled
to take plate Friday and Satur
day evenings, will of necessity be
postponed indefinitely.
The Parent Teacher Associa
tion will hold its regular meeting
at the school house, Monday even
ing, Feb. 9th.
Quartette—Mrs. A. Torvick, Mrs.
Stadstad,. Miss Stark and Mrs.
Educational News—Miss Rich
Correlated Reading—Pearl Rob
Story Telling and Dramatization
—Emma Sshmidt.
T% Question Box
Reading —Miss Atteln.
Duet —Mr. and Mrs. C. Andrews
A basket social will be given
Saturday evening, Feb. 14 in
district No. 2 East Goodwill.
Miss Bessie Chmell,
Fbr Said A i'reah cow. John
Mise Eastman of Watertown
is the new cook at the Commer
cial hotel.
Friday the 5th of March» I
wfll have .nyr spring opening. All
Me cordially invited to call,
Miss Hazel Sshwarm
P. Hi Davis and wife departed
Wednesday for a month's visit
with their daughter, Nellie and
Itietty at Cool^ Mtim.. During
their absence, mail route No,
will ba served by Willie Davis|
For Sale—33 head of ewes
bred to lamb in April also some
good Buff Orphington cockerels.
Chas. Mullen.
Paul J. Linster was appointed
Post master,of the Sisseton P. O.
•Jan. 23. About time that Paul
was being shown a little appre
ciation of his good services.
Sam McCormick was an arriv
al this week from Montana. Sam
hasn't been in Sisseton for six
years and says everything sure
has changed.
Oren Shilston is the new em
ployee at the Palace Cafe. Oren
says that two jobs keeps him
busy but he doesn't mean to quit
the laundry business.
Will have my spring opening
riday, March 5th. Do not for
get the day.
Mise Hazel Schwärm.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bab
cock and little son Stanley and
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Morris left
for California to spend the re
mainder of the winter.
Geo Keopke who has been in
the employ of an electrical firm
in Sioux Falls, has gone to Chica
go where he has accepted a simi
lar position with a Chicago firm.
Ladies chsiring "Gossard Cor
sets or Brassieres" call before
Feb. 16th, as I am going to the
Gossard convention, to be gone
ten days.
M. Momcny.
Everyone who has taken in the
gymnasium work report that it
is great stuff, but some of the
older boys appeared somewhat
crippled the next day after the
A deal was closed this week
whereby Jerry Wilson became
the owner of the Gottworth
building which adjoins the build
ing in which the J. E. Wilson
pool room is located, and which
is occupied by Mr. Shoberg at pre
Mrs. To wies returned last
Thursday from Minneapolis
where she had been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Olson. Mrs Tow
les informs us that Mrs. Olson e?
pects to go to Madison, Wis.
where she will have charge of
the entire millinery department
in a large store. She will be ac
companied by Miss Dorothy.
Mr. and Mrs, V. J. Carlberg
Browns Valley
Send fw'CaMog to
went to Montevideo last Satur
day to visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Smith of that place. Mrs
Smith was formerly Miss Adele
Notice cf Public Auction
NOTICE is hereby given that
the Sisseton' Independent School
District of Sisseton, Roberts
County, South Dakota, will aell
to the highest bidder for cash, at
public auction the frame school
building located upon the public
school block, being block 76, on
Tuesday, the 17th day of Febru
ary, 1920, at, 2:30 o'clock in the
afternoon of the said day.
Dated this 4th day of Febru
ary, 1920.
Frank E. McEenna.
(FÖ-2:). C'ci
Notice is hereby given that
sealed bids will be received a:
the office of the County -Auditor
of Roberts County, South Dako
ta in the Court House in the City
of Sisseton in said County until
one o'clock P. M. Tuesday, March
2, 1920, for the construction of
eleven (11) Reinforced Concrete
Bridges in the County of Rob
erts, State cf South Dakota, ac
cording to plans and specifk-a
tions now on file in the office of.
the County Audtor.
Bids to be .opened by the Board
of County Commissioners in the
I Commissioners Room in the
Court House at the time and date
above stated.
Each proposal must be accom
panied by cash or a certified
check for not less than 10 per
cent of the amount of the bid
payable to the County Treasurei
of said Roberts County, and all
proposals must be made on the
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
thepi against death from hog cholera but we agree to
fund the purchase price of any hog bought on a
niiiii bid if not satifactory when it arrives. Come and
see for yourselves. The sale will be held in a large
barn my
farm one-half mile south of Browns Val
ley, Minn. Free transportation will be provided from
Peever, S v., for those who arrive on the Milwaukee
Auctioneer, A. G. Satre, Stanhdpe, Iowa Clerk, Wm.
L. Paul, Browns Valley State Bank.
R. R.
McDonald of this city. From! posals.
Montevideo, Mr. and Mrs. Carl-1 Dated at Sisseton, South Dak
berg went to Minneapolis to take Iota, this 24th dav of January, 19
in the Auto Show. bo.'
Johnnie Johnson, who hasbfcen R. C. P.i'-hirt,
seriously ill with, inflammatory County Auditor
rheumatism was taken to Shak-1 (J30 5t) "r,
opes, Minn, to enter the hospital
there for treatment. Johnnie.
has been sick this time for over
a month and this is the third at-'
tack he has had of this same ail
ment. He left Wednesday even
ing.' All wishes of the entire com
munity accompany him for a re
blank forms furnished by the un
The Board reserves the right
to accept or reject any or ail pro-
Notice of Heaving Petition for Letters
of Administration.
South Dakota, County of Ro-
berts. In County Court.
In tli© matter of tlie estate o£
Louis Marlow, deceased.
The sate of South Dakota sends
I 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 Annie
Bear and Mary Faribault have filed
with the Judge of this Court a pa
tition praying that letters of admm
isration of the estate of Louis Mar
low, deceased, as issued to A. F. Erts
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 said Cuny Court, in
the City Sisseton, in Roberts County
South Dakota, has been set for hear
ings aid petition, when and where any
person interested may appear and
show causexwhy the said petition
should not be granted.
J)ai.cd January 19,1920.
By the Court:
Stevens, II, M. Knight,
Feb. 12
Notice is hereby given that there
will be sold under sealed bids, on
March 24,1920, 40 acres of the al
lotment of Chnrlr-s Atkins Robertson,
allottee Number 1101. Described as
the S. \V." Vi Sec. Twp. 126 N. Range
4 0 West nth P. M. Appraisment valu
ation §6,400.00 This is a sixty day
sale. Bids for the above hind will be
received up to 2 p. m. of the date
mentioned above. All bids must be
accompanied by 10 per cent of the
amount offered in formof a certifi
ed check on som so'vent bank. Bids
should be placed in a envelop^ and
marked Bids for Indian land, to be
at 2 p. m. March 24,1920 and addres
sed to the Superintendent of the Sis
seton Indian School. For further in
formation address the undersigned.
J. L. Suffecoo!,
Supt. Sisseton Indian Agency.
Stock Farns

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