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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, December 10, 1920, Image 3

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Claire Citv
&her people
Local News
Willie Nelson returned home Sat
urday from Kansas City where he
bas been attending Tractor and
Auto school.
John Olson sold a Homer furnace
to Oilman Klefstad of Hillhead, Fri
day. He will install it nefct week.
A
TUBE FREE
SAVE MONEY! BUY NOW! We give FREE
with every Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Casing one
tube of corresponding size Free. All casings guar
anteed 6000 miles. "Our prices are no higher,
our quality is the best." The Pennsylvania Vacu
um Cup Tire is the one. It's safest in the long run.
CLAIRE CITY ARAGE
CLAIRE CITY SOUTH DAKOTA
"In Every Respect
says the Good Judge
Frank F&rrlngton of New Effing-*
ton was a business caller here Sat
urday.
Joe Ersink made a business trip
to Lidgerwood Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Krogstaii and
Mrs. Knute Walstad spent Thurs
day at Christ Gedeos.
Eugene and Ingartha Gunnerson
left for LeMars Saturday, where
they will spend a few days with
their sister, Mrs. Johnson.
Knute Walstad, Julius Walstad
You get more genuine chew
ing satisfaction from the Real
Tobacco Chew than you ever
got from the ordinary kind.
The good tobacco taste
lasts so long—a small chew
of this class of tobacco lasts
much longer than a big chew
of the old kind. That's why
it costs less to use.
Any man who has used both
kinds will tell you that.
Put up
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two styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
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TURKISH 6f DOMESTlCtn
BLEND
I A E I S
and A. L. Roino made a trip to Sis
seton Saturday.
M)re. William N&lson was called to
Carver, Minn., Friday, her lather
being seriously itl.
Farmers Grata & Fuel Co., is
having its elevator wired for elec
tric lights this week. Joe Ersink is
doing the work.
Mrs. Oscar Krogstad visited at
the Clarence Satre home Monday.
Leon Schlak shipped a car of line
steers Saturday.
Miss Rye of Langford, is visiting
at the Nels Strand home.
H. L. Twite made a business "trip
to Sisseton Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Satre and
(laughter. Avis, visited at the Oscar
Krogstad home Sunday.
EAT
it's dollars
to doughnuts—
CAMELS
no man ever smoked a better
cigarette at any price!
Camels mellow-mildness will certainly
appeal to you. The "body" is all there, and
that smoothness! It's a delight!
Go the limit with Camels! They will not
tire your taste. And, they leave no unpleas
ant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant ciga
retty odor!
Just compare Camels with any ciga
rette in the world at'any price!
Camels ara Bold everywhere in scientifically mated
packageb of 20 cigarettes far 20 cents or ten pack*
ages {200 cigarettes) in a glaasinepaper-covered
carton. We strongly recommend this carton for
the home or offiae supply or when you travel
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wlnstoa-Salem, N. C.
The Claire Gity Journal
The Machine & Auto Co., are
erecting two machine sheds.
Henry Hanson was a Sisseton.
visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Anderson and children, Mar
Jorie and Wendel, are ill with the
smallpox.
Claire City Electric Co. have fin
ished the construction of the elec
tric line, having installed one more
transformer and are now in a posi
tion to give up-to-date service.
Mae Hanson was taken sick with
smallpox Sunday.
Miss Ella Gederos, who has been
home for the past two weeks, re
turned to Veblen Saturday.
Mrs. Hans Krogstad left for Or
tonville Saturday where she will
consult a doctor.
Claire City school opened on Mon
day after being closed for two weeks
on account of sickness.
Proceedings of
Commissioners
M. L. Swanberg, salary
Reg. Deeds 85.00
Weis & Tlieis, window
brans 2.70
M. L. Swanberg, salary
dep. Reg. Deeds 85.00
Aug. Schaunaman, drag
ing roads 68.00
Vol. CLAIRE CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA, DECEMBER 10, 1920 Number 17
Short Orders
served. Meals
at all times.
Hamgurger Saniviclies a spe
cialty. Full line of Cigars,
Cigarettes and Tobacco.
JOE SMITH Prop.
quality, and their expert blend
of choice Turkish and choice Domestic
tobaccos hand you a cigarette that will sat
isfy every smoke desire you ever expressed.
You will prefer this Camel blend to either
•kind smoked straight!
News Printing Company
office supplies
Walter Carlson, rwad
work
Mrs. P. A. Larson, laun
dry for court house
Minder & Kennedy, meals
fo* Jurors
Lula Schanbeek, witness
fees
Lina Sletten. witness fees
R.- R. Buchanan., meals
tor educational speaker
Will J. Thomas, auto &
truck supplies
Harold Arrow-smith, road
work
Vinette Babcock, salary
dep. Co. Treasurer
R. E. Casey, wolf b'ty
City Bakery, supplies
county road
James Stapleton, hauling
rubbish
A. L. Oliver, removing
dirt
O. E. Lein,county trea
surer, freight on auto
plates
T. W. Cahill, chair for
court house
(LaMoure Construction
Co., payment on bdge.
contract
Lampert Lumber Co.,coal
and wood, Mrs Steele,
Mrs. Pollyjack
Lampert Lumber Co.,coal
and sewer pipe, coun
ty farm
W. E. Oletzke, black
smith work road mach.
Thos Thompson, Mdse,
Co., road, court- house__
Geo. C. Bagley, Elev. Co.,
coal for Mrs. Dale
Will A. Iteach, Printing
Co., supplies
Lampert Lbr. Co..lum
ber court house
Lampert Lbr. Co., coal
for Mrs. Steele
John D. Small, court.
calendars
Roberts County Press,
official printing
Roberts County Press
official printing
B. L. Opsal, office sup
plies
Springdale Township,
road appropriation
Ralph Kively, coroners
Juror
Lampert Lbr. Co., coal
for Mrs. Burdine
R. C. Richert, salary
Co. Auditor
Maud E. Carter, dep.
county auditor
D. F. Stevens, box rent
Peterson Clothing Co.
Mdse. for county farm
Stavig Bros., mdse for
Co. farm, l-oad & poor
James McGee, collecting
delinquent taxes
One Koad Township,
road work
One Road Township 5
road work
Dr. W. I. Longstreth, M.
13.,post mortem exam.
West by
Dr. C. C. Hoagland, M.
•D. post mortem exam.
West by
City of Sisseton. water
main on Oak street
Louis Volmers, coroners
Juror
1*2.39
5.00
13.6'J
43.15
13.50
12.60
7.10
64.40
3.00
100.00
2.00
31.75
1.00
28.00
18.95
39.75
1,000
30.35
51.00
40.50
4.45
47.75
154.30
16.30
10.45
60.00
25.25
79.30
100.25
157.75
33.00
70.30
167.50
100.00
3.00
19.45
98.07
138.50
252.70
328.44
14.00
Wm. liergquist, coroners
juror
Koert Mollenkamp, cor
orn's Juror
Paul Wing, witness fees
Helmuth IKaatz, witness
fees y.
11.60
169.10
3.80
3.80
3.80
2.60
1.10
Her-
Bridge question, Metcalf,
ried, tie vote.
On Motion meeting adjourned to
Thursday, January 8, 1920.
Att bt
I O. K. Sather, Chairman.
R. Richert, Co. Auditor.
Sisseton, South Dakota,
January 8, 1920.
The Board met in regular session
pursuant to adjournment.
All members present.
The following bills on motion
allowed or rejected as followe
News Printing Com
pany, official supplies—$ 242.33
Brown ft Saenger, office
supplies 49.00
Application of John Eastman for
abatement of taxes- on Sl-2 NE1-4,
NW1-4 and SE1-4, NW1-4, 32-125
51, for the years 1918 and 1919,
the same
.being church property, was
on motion allowed and granted.
Application of Haagen Raadahl
for abtement of taxes for. the year
i.
A
1918 on lot ll,blk 3, village of Ham
mer, which taxes were levied and
assessed while in military service-,
was on motiou allowed and grant
ed.
Application of Albert Jorde, for
1351
Farm Loans
are still being
made at reas
onable rates by
"The Old Reliable"
First National Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$100,000.00
The Most Com
petitive Business
in the World
—said Judge Fred W. Freeman recently.
Continuing, he added: "The oil business
today in all its phases from production to
refining, to marketing, is the most com
petitive business iii the world."
The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is but one
of 16,000 organizations interested in the petroleum
industry in the United States. Each of these is
performing a useful service or it would not be in
business. Competition eliminates the unfit in the
oil business, as
it
line of endeavor.
Devoted to Best
(n tercets Northern
Roberto Connty.
abatement of taxes for the year
1918, on Nl-2 NW1-4, 8W1-4, NW
1-4 section 23, and tike SW1-4 SW
1-4 section 14, in township 125,
Range 52, which taxes were levied
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eliminates the unfit in every other
The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is
today because it has made good.
The energy of the Standard Oil Company
(Indiana) is concentrated on making good in
big, constructive way.
The territory served is probably the most impor
tant farming territory in the world. The Company's
^.opportunity for service is great, and the need for
its service is ever present.
Every year the farmers of the Middle West need
petroleum products in greater volume. They de
mand products of standard quality, delivered at
regular intervals and at reasonable 'prices. Only
through a complete organization of men, trained
by years of experience, can so complicated and
important a service be rendered.
The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is such an
organization, and by concentrated, co-ordinated
effort, from refiner to tank wagon delivery, it is
able to render a service to the farmers and others
who depend on the Company for material which
enables them to perform tasks essential to the
public welfare.
The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is directed
by a group of seven business men, trained in
every phase of the oil industry, and is operated
by 23,000 loyal men and women, who are devo
ting their lives to the business.
Its owners, the stockholders, are 5526 in number,
no one of whom owns as much as 10 percent of
the total stock.
Any one may become a part owner in this Com
pany, by buying its stock in the open market.
Standard Oil Company
(Indiana)
910 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago
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