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PAGE S3 IX Goodwill News Howard l.j.rs?ve is vlenvr-rinc ^nsil on route 4 as Vernor, T/srshe Is At hor.ie with k.s a!', siok svarle: fev.r. I. |j Ole [,. Vis now h.»* a number or. the Dakota Central line 12. M'ss (".ar Peters spout the week with Mrs Fred iv'hw:ui 11 !i 5. The Ladies' Aid in One Road hold an auction at .lorda.hl Friday. Manager Andrews sei li r. ." once more Mon.lav, when he l.vaie.i K:is:er from Hettinger county. D.. the disorder Henr C?rons-. *r..i seed l.e.icue man. drove up ir phone Fortune Building Saving is merely postponing little en-, joyments and being well p.i.d—with in terest for so doing. It does pay to save, when you deposit your money iu a Sav-. ings Account, to earn intere?: We will be glad to open an account iti your name upon a deposit of One Dollar or more. It will please us greatly to see .you make regular visits to our bank -*.0 build a cash capital of your own. 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THE RICHTONE PHONOGRAPH CO: Dealer* Write CHAD RON, NE» P- Mr. md Mrs. Carl Lekut.-.»s and family visited :it the OK' Chilson home near Peever. Suud.iy Mr Peterson and \vif and v?v.'.lre:» »ho recently moved V.'..s r.i his Overland Sundae. Miss Minnie .'e:\ie is teaching o!iool for one mouth. sohos^i house. Mrs Orv.'.le Monson and baby The Security National I Bank of Sisseton [|jj|j|jj!j||}jtg SISSETON South Dakota 5E Planters and Cultivators We have the H. C. and Moline Corn Planters, Cultivators and Weeders. One minute Power and Electric Washers. Hawkeye Tires and Tub^s. 1 Overland and Paige Automobiles Successors to 0. S. Opheim Walter Irving, are visiting at t!'.» homes of Iter brothers. Jack anil Sam Jones. .Little Gertie Enoch, who live with Grandma Rederth came 1101111 for a visit during the week. Kast Goodwill will have sclioo N'o. ." to be opened in the autumn i: Mr. Bickford's vacant house 011 the south side of the road. About 1 pupils will attend there. The cos* it is thought, will reach nearlj $ 1 .out). H-nr Polna 11 sold his 41 Kdwiu and Noel Hagen had a 1110s: unusual accident in their harnyar.' recently. A colt kicked and broki the 'ee of a fine young Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barker drove up Friday from near Peever and left their children with tliei sister. Mrs. Knoch. while they went shopping and did other business a' Sisseton. John Kampeska. living south 01 the Agency, was found dead in his bed Thursday morning. Heart failure was the cause of his death. He was about 4."i years of age. aud leaves a wife and many children. Farmers are hard at work on sev eral different places repairing and making roads north and south pas sable. Goodwill lias its bad boy allriglit. During the celebration at the Ag ency lie stole a fine brown horse and a $7 5 saddle which he rode and kept one night at one farm and one night at another, and which his mother later led around trying ty locate the owner. He is only 12 years old. but has broken into two different houses -while the owner: were away, and committed burglary, Certainly the proper authorities must soon arrest this young crimin al in his swift career of crime. Gentle reader, we cannot write more this week. The busy season is on. and you would not have tim-' to read more were this longer. FIX FAIR DATF.S :?s,Webster SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD 1 acn farm near the Agency to Smilej Williams for $45(10. The auction was held on Tuesday. Little Klvera Thompson is at th home of her aunt. Mrs. Lloyd Ro deen near Peever. C'apitola .lumens and her littK cousin Clifford Iiowen went to Mil bank Wednesday for a visit. —Reports made at the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Day county fair association show the affairs of the association to be in goo dcotidition. During the meeting the work of preparing for this year's county fair was inaugur ated. The fair will be held Tues day. Wednesday and Thursday. Sen tember 2S. 29 and 30. The entries this year will be confined to Day county alone. The association elect ed A. R. T. Hillebrand president for the coming year. STRICKEN WITH HKAHT FAILURE WHILE CALLING Webster, S. D.—Mrs. H.'C. Tagt meier, a prominent Day county woman, died suddenly of heart fail ure as she was calling on womar friend. When her husband departed for work she stated she was not feelins well, but thought she would make a few calls on friends. He suggested she had better stay at home and rest ibut she thought the fresh air woul 1 do her good. She was striken without warning and breathed her last before a doc tor who had been summoned could reach her side. fa WILL POOL AND HOLD WOOL CROP llci'iiiiM' of 1'iVM'iit Conditions Soulli Dakota I'riHtuct Will lie Hold Until Market "Comes Ititck" Huron. S. D.—A state central wool auction, the first of its kind ever held in the world, was staged recently at Lexington. Ky. Twenty- four counties pooled their wool in this cooperative -sale. Every bid made at the sale was rejected and not a pound of wool was sold. The bids were termed unreason ably low. At a meeting held after the sale, it was decided to ship the GUO.OOU pounds of wool in the 24 county pools, together with 400.OOn pounds in unpooled counties, to one of the big wool markets of the coun try. probably Chicago, ami store it The wool will be concentrated ami shipped under the supervision of the Kentucky Kami Bureau fed eration. It is expected that a bet ter price will be received for it lat er when the wool market again be comes normal. In South Dakota growers are pooling their wool under the super vision of the South Dakota Sheep and Wool Growers' association and the farm bureaus, with the object of storing it until the wool market "comes back." At the present time there is prac tically no market for wool. Wool Raisers Meet About 10 members of the Tri State Wool Growers' association of the northwestern part of South Da kota. representing "00.000 pounds of wool, meet at Lemtnou July 10. and after discussing the wool situa tion ant} hearing the report of the secretary of the South Dakota Sheep and Wool Growers' association, they decided to ship their wool to the National Wool Warehouse and Stor age company, of Chicago, cooperat ing with the state association. T.lie.v will not secure any advance money from the National Wool Warehouse and Storage company, but will get their money through their local banks by the federal re serve plan. The following telegram was re ceived before the meeting: [A# I'nion Stock Yards. Chicago.. 7-10-20. "To J. C. Holmes, c-o James H. Lem niira. Lemmon. S D. "Financial stringency and recent disturbance in wool circles attended by withdrawal of buying and manu facturing interesters from operation in primary markets have brought about condition in wool trade abso lutely necessitating strongest co operation between growers and bankers of woo! growing states if industry is to be protected from ser ious setback. Conditions Xot Justiflwl "It is our judgment that extend ed continuation of the present inac tivities in wool markets is not justi fied by general business conditions and prosperity of whole country and that fairly satisfactory prices would prevail later if inter-clip could be stored until there is a market. "This could only be done on broad cooperative plan of financing which is provided by recent arrange ments with federal reserve bank. This company is willing to store and grade your wool and take care oi freight and insurance charges until sold. "We strongly urge that all"" pal ties in interest contrive to put fed eral reserve plan into effect. Nation al Wool Warehouse arfd Storage Company." The wool growers of South Dako ta are urged to organize and hold their local wool pools together and cooperate with the state association, for every interest is being looked after by this association. We specialize on first class com mercial work. If you have job printing let us know. We guaran tee results and best service.—Sisse ton Weekly Standard. Send us your duplicate sample key. We can make most any kind our prices are from 25c up. Sdmdler Bros. Sisseton. So. Dak. I 2J ritOI'OSAL FOIt BIDS Said school board reserves tin right to reject any or all bids. Dated tins 14th day of July. 1920. Brown, Deceased. LEGAL DEPARTMENT of State of South Dakota, County Roberts—ss. KiiMer Township School District Sealed bids will be received by tlie School Board of Easter Town ship of Roberts County up to and including the 14th day of August, .1920. at 2 o'clock. P. M. for build- I ing school house in said district, (contractor to furnish all building material), according to plans and specifications to be furnished 1» said school board, which plans ami specifications may be examined a' the oft'ice of county superintendent, at Sisseton. S. D. Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota June 8th. 1920. SAMUEL E. BROWN. Execu-1 tor of estate of L. F. Brown, deceased. Lars J. Grinager. Canton. S. D.. Attorney for Estate. OKDER AND NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF Fl NA ACCOUNT A ND State of South Dakota NOW THEREFORE, it is ordered I and NOTICE is hereby given that Tuesday the 22nd day of June, A I D., 1920, at ten o'clock in the fore noon of said day at the office of tlu (Judge of this Court In the City of Sisseton, Roberts County, Soutf Dakota, be and hereby is appointed for the final settlement of said ac count at. which time and place an person interested in said estate may appear and file written exception: for said final account and contest the same 1 HEARING OF PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION CSS. County of Roberts Iu County Court In the Matter of the Estate of Sam Jensen, Deceased Josephine Jensen, executrix of the I will and estate of Sam Jensen da-! ceased having rendered and pre sented for final settlement and filed in this Court her final report and ac-1 count of her administration of said estate and a petition for final dis tribution thereof and it appearin.: therefrom that said estate is read? I for distribution: And at the same time and place upon the settlement of said fina'! account of said executrix the resi- due of said estate will be distribut- ed to the person by law entitled thereto. And it is ordered that Notice o' such settlement of said final account and of the hearing of said petition for distribution of said estate b« given by mailing a copy of this ordet and notice together with a copy o? said final account to each of the de visees, legatees and heirs at law o! said deceased at least ten days be fore the time herein fixed for said hearing and by publishing a cop of this order and notice in the Sisse ton Weekly Standard for at leasi three weeks prior to such hearing. Dated May 26, 1920. By the Court: H. M. KNIGHT, Judge ATTEST: D. F. STEVENS, (Seal) Clerk H28-J18-4t NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Henry Meyers, Deceased Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned administrator of the estate of Henry Meyer, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased to exhibit them, with the necessar vouchers, within six months aftet the publication of this notice, to the illMllllllllllllllllllllMlgjj said administrator at the office of Batterton & Bunde, in the City of Sisseton, in the the County of Rol» erts. State of South Dakota. Dated July 6, H. ATTEST: (Seal) ELMER CfRRENTF.". Clerk of School Board of East.ei Township. Peever South Dakota. July 16-41. NOTICE TO CREDITORS State of South iDakota, County of, Roberts—ss. In County Court In tlio Mutter of the Estate of L. Notice is hereby given by the tin dersigned executor of the estate of as liquidated damages. L. F. Brown, deceased, to the credi- tors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers inar|ced within four months afterfthe first publication of this Notice to the said executor at his home at Canton South Dakota, or at the law office of Lars Grinager at said Canton, South Dakota. 1920. FELLBAUM, Administrator of the estate of Henry Meyev Deceased. H. M. KNIGHT. Judge of County Court. F. STEVENS, Clerk. July 9-41 NOTICE TO CONTKACTOKS Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor. Roberts county. South Dakota, uni.il one o'clock, P. M., August 3, 1920, and opened at that time for the con struction of seven concrete bridge Plans and specifications may be ssen at the office of the undersigned. A certified check for ten per cent (10 per cnt) of bid, made payable to the County Auditor, shall be filed with each bid. which in case of tb bidder (or bidders) receiving thr award, should he fail to execute contract and file a bond within t.en (10) days after acceptance of hi? bid shall be forfeited to the County AH bids must be 0„ th form furnished bv regul.ii the Highway sealed and plainly No bid will be considered a a a in which contractor reserves the right to accept or reject a contract awarded to him by the Board. The successful bidder will be r«- quired to furnish a bond for the full value of the bid, executed by a. re sponsible surety, drawn to protect the county, and such as will be ap proved by the County Board. The County Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota this 1st day of July. 1920. I Sii 1 1 1 R. C. RICHERT3, County Auditor. July 9-41 ..NOTICE FOR lilD.S bids will be received uji to Monday. August 16.1320, for tin purpose of building a school house in Sisseton township. Plans and specifications may bs seen at the I home of Dan Riiies. Send or liaud all bids to Dan Rines I Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of School Board. J. L. STAPL3T0N, Clerk. July 16-5 V. Just Received— SHIPMENT OF FLY N E S A N N O S E A S W I I W I S E O N A .. SMALL MARGIN FOR CASH ONLY. ALSO ALL GOODS AND REPAIR ING MUST BE CASH FROM NOW ON. I CAN" NOT PAY MY BILLS ON BOOK ACCOUNTS. V. A. SMITH FARMERS! Our station is equipped as very few in South Dakota are. Our can steamer brings your can back to you in a clean condition. Our steam tester, like all the large creameries have, assures you of an accur ate test. Quick service and a square deal—that's us. WE PAV CASH FOR EGOS Northern Produce Co. South of Depot _Peever, S.D If you have lost anything, want to sell anything or buy anything, let it be known through the Stand ard want ad column. Results are certain. 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