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Sievert Aos underwent an opera
tion at Minneapolis last week, hav ing his tonsils removed. He is re ported as recovering from the op eration rapidly, and will be home again in a few days. Duroc Boars. TOB have PAID MONEY. W« will be glad to talk tt over with yoa. cm Mr. and Mrs. James L. Stapleton, Jr., and daughters, Gladys and Sired by Panama Orian, Jr., and out of gilts sired by the sou of tbe Top Pathfinder. These boars are good prospccts for herd boars, and am ottering them at a right price. C. COMPTON, SISSETON, S. D. TELEPHONE 46 Many a Dispute Has Been Settled and loss and law-suits avoided, by producing •hecks which told in no uncertain terms that payment HAD BEEN MADE. Another advan tage of a cheeking account is the advantage at having at your finger tips, at all times, a sor rect showing of when, how much, and to whom CITIZENSNATIONALBANK •IS8HTON, COUTH DAKOTA OFFICERS Henry Helvlg, President J. W. Barrington, V. P. Leo J. Lukanitsch, Cash. M. "Tell your mother O. Eikum, Asst. Cask. R. Thompson, Teller KEMP'S BALSAM will stop that cough, Bill. mother gives it to me when I get a cough, and you don't hear me coughing all the time." And Johnnie is right, too. Get a bottle now from your druggist. teBOY.N.T. t- em, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Fagerland and family were guests at the Ed. Laing home in Enterprise township Sunday. My PRICES ARE DOWN Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists Sweaters and numerous other articles at greatly reduced prices Although these goods were bought later in the season at very low prices, they will now be sold at a liberal discount. This is the sale you have been waiting for, and now is the time to buy. New Merchandise at Great Reduction TAVIG BROS.B,sQ|t Market Report Wheat 1.16 Durum 1.42 Flax 1 .S3 Oats ,34 Barley .50 Rye 1.25 Corn POULTRY Hens Springs .14 Turkeys .28 Dux .14 Cox ,io Gesse .13 O I Butterfat Eggs .fin Hides .05 LOCAL NEWS The first meeting of the Men's gymnasium was held at the school auditorium Tuesday evening. About forty persons were there. The fore part of the evening was spent In calisthenics, after which a game of, volley ball was indulged in. A larger attendance at the next meeting Tuesday evening is desired. Mr. Aker, who is instructing the class says that more strenuous exercise will be given later on, and when the class becomes accustomed to the milder exercises. Art Bennet was here the* fore part of the week on business. Elmer Eddy ot Bossko township transacted business in Sisseton on Tuesday. John Hoss and family of Grant township were in Sisseton Wednes day on business, and while here Mr. Hoss called on the editor and gave us $2.50 with the instruction to keep the Standard coming. Hans Jurgens of Peever was Sisseton Tuesday on business. A. W. Pearson of Peever was Sisseton Tuesday on business. Sold and guaranteed by tied Cross Drug Store, Thos. Thompson and Sisseton Variety Store Seal your letter with a Red Cross Christinas Sea!. Stavig Bros. buy furs at top pric es. John Hovland and Ole A. Teigen of One Road township are atteud ing circuit court this week in the 1.25 I capacity of grand Jurymen. .51 here Mr. Hovland made us a pleas ant call and .14 I tion to EYE S E I A I S HERE day, nut get our .44 1 in or mice, after yon use RAT-SNAP. It's a sure rodent killer. Try a I'kg. and prove It. ltate killed with RAT-SNAP leave no smell. Cats or dogs won't touch It. Guaranteed. 35c size (1 cake) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. 05c size (2 cakes) for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings. 91.25 size (5 cakes) enough for all farm and outbuildings, storage buildings, or factory building*. I in No More Rats Whilo '1's renewed his subscrip- the Standard. prices.Stavig Bros. I Lepler, eye specialist, Thursday. hotel. D-10-2t Miss Emma of Mr. Appeal, of Caunon Falls, Minn. Mr. Buch- evening. Mrs miller is an experienced creamery man, and will conduct the business on the same basis as It has been conducted heretofore. Mr. Graver son intends attending to his farm. The turkey supper served by the Ladies Aid ot the Goodwill Luther an church Tuesday evening was a success, the receipts of the supper and fancy work sale amounting to $416, which will be used to further the work ot the Aid. A. A. Peterson left Tuesday for Wilmot where he will attend to mat ters for the Peterson Clothing Co. of that place. Wuletich. daughter a.ui Mrs. this Ceo. Waietich of cit.v, is spending months is connected a 11 Call 217-2 when you want, service states. in draying. Lang & Hicks. great many of the neighbors of Carl Graverson has sold his Oscar Hawkinson of Goodwill town creamery to Mr. W. J. Buchmiller the winter in Florida. Miss Waietich with the Northwestern paper published in Min- eapolis, and is representing the publication in Florida and other shjp .surprised him last Tuesday Hawkinson being in Aberdeen at the time visiting her sisters, the neighbors thought that in these times of low prices for wheat a little party might cause things to look brighter. The party stayed until late in the night and all report a good time and that Os car is a good entertainer. The local Eastern Star chapter held its installation of officers Mon day night. After the ceremony per forming this was accomplished re freshments were served. Atty. L. W. Bicknell o£ W/ebsur attended to court matters here from Tuesday until Thursday. Frank Parker, Dolph DeArmet and Dewey Hanson left Wednesday for Omaha where they will engage in organization work for the Non partisan League. I Bring your furs to Stavig Akre 1 Bros. for the highest cash price. Wednesday evening tho friends of Mr. and Mrs. Swan Okeson of Brooklield Alfalfa Farm, Dry Wood I Lake township, surprised Mr. and Mrs. Okeson at their home, it being the tewnty-llfth anniversary of their 1 wedding. A bounteous lunch was I served at midnight, after which the guests presented Mr. and Mrs. Oke son with a silver pitcher and sugar bowl as a token of esteem. The quests departed at a late hour, parting in the wish that they might gather there again in remembrance jot their fiftieth anniversary. Those who attendtd were: Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ralstad and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Shanbeck and family. iand Mrs. J. F. Allan. Mr. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thurstan and family, and Mrs. Dahlin and famiiy, Mrs. I Winter and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. Nulle, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ral stad, Albert, Charles and Dolly Rol stad, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Barret, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Holland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bush, H. P. Anderson and Eddie Schmaus. Yes, Dr. Lepler's glasses WILL STOP THOSE HEADACHES. See him in Sisseton Thursday, Dec. 23. At Commercial hotel. D-10-2t 1 Rich Walley is now employed in the City Bakery. He and Clarence Grant News Hans Myrom camo up from Brookings tu spend the winter with s's,er' Mrs. Sorenson. Hans Bjorgen came up from De troit, Mich., where he is employed 011 Tliurs- December 23, at Commercial hotel. D-10-2t I Do soil your furs until you in Sisseton Dec. 23. at Commercial *raJInK a lake steamer, for a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Steen have returned from their wedding trip, and are now located on the oid homestead. I will handle the baking part of the bakery, and Mr. Mahoney will devote his time chiefly to tbe manu 1 fact.ure of candies. 1 Dr. Longstreth arrested a couple of persons up at Claire City the foro part of the week for breaking quar antine. We are not informed who the persons were, but that has noth ing to do with it. The laws relating 1 to quarantine should be enforced as all other other laws, and Dr. Longstreth is to be congratulated for looking at it in this light. And 1 the offenders are also to be congrat ulated for taking the punishment. $40 ttine. with good grace.' I GOODWILL. LUTHERAN CHUltCH Sunday, December 12th Morning service in Norweigan at 10:30. Sunday school and Bible class at noon. Luther League at 6:45. Evening worship at 8:00. Mid-week service every Thursday evening at eight o'clock. A cordial Invitation to all. C. 8. Vang, Pastor. RATS DIE iso do mice, once they eat KAT S.VAP. And they leave no odor be hind. Don't take our word for It try a package. Cats and dogs won't touch It. Raw pass up all food to S«»t RAT-8VAP. Three sizes, :15c size (1 cake) enough for Pantiy, Kitchen or Cellar. I afee (2 cakes) for Chicken Kousc, coops, or small buildings. $1.25 size (5 cakes) enough for al? farm and ont-bulldiiigs, storage be ldings, or factory building*. Hold and guaranteed by Bed Cross Brut' Store, Thos. Thompson and Kti^itnii Variety Store Gust. Walter and crew are now l.hu smion line east ot tr D. Long s. Elling Lillejord and brother-in law are batching on the Okeson farm for the winter. John H. Eide, Christian Andrai- ••The Farmer's Worst Enemy—lints. The Rest Krieiul— Rat-Snap" These arc the words of James Baxter. N. J.: "Ever since tried RAT-SNAP I have always kept it in 1* the house. Never fails. Used about $3.00 worth of RAT-SNAP a year and figure it saves mo $300 in chicks, eggs and feed. RAT-SNAP is convenient, just break up a cake, ,10 mixing with other food." Three sizes, 35c. 65c, 91.25. Sold and guaranteed by Red Cross Drug Drug Store, Thos. Thompson and Sisseton Variety Store. MmrrrrnTr. ?p~-rmTOnr.Tirm -immiTnmmmi! nTm.' HTrfm'||imTiinTTfcj] A. TORV1K 10. CONE C. KLEIN Classified Ads KOR SALE FOR SALE—A few full-blood Light Brahma and a few Rose Comb Black Minorca cockerels.—A. son, Nels* Elton and Kaute Tasa have bought a tablar well rig. Oscar Berge and Howard Olberg, the champion corn buskers, have finished a big field for Olaf Mer gaard, and have gone keme for tko winter. SAVE YOUR BYES. See Dr. LLepler, eye specialists, In Sisseton Thursday, December 33 at Com* mercial hotel. D-19-Jt A Win. Swedlund 'J I* I* I! IS 1 Regular Saving Brings Success It is not what, you earn but what you save that, builds a substantial bank account. Deposit REGULAR LY. Get the habit of saving consis tently. Even if you cannot decide how much to save, resolve to start your ac count and save some amount each week or each month and then do It. Start our savings account with 91 or more and add to it regularly, it's the "regularly" that counts. Your account regardless of its siae will be welcome here. All Kinds of Real Estate Insurance Bonds 1 GUARANTY STATE BANK Tho Bonk of Guaranteed Deposits .. DIRECTORS W.Johnaton, Rt. 5 phone 16-03 N 19-tf FOR SALE—Two Duroc boars, pa pers can be furnished. Inquire of Barney Lotzer, route 4, phone 20-26. N26tf FOR SALE—Rose Comb White Wyndotte cockerels. Phone 176, or write F. B. Bjelland, Sisseton, S. D. D-4-41 SEED WHEAT FOR SALE—I have a. limited amount ot "Holland Ruby" wheat at 93.50 per bushel. Guaranteed rust proof and yields 25 bushels per acre on good soil. -Sample may be seen at Swenson's store, Sisseton.—Mrs. Dora Dyk stra, Rosholt. 8. D. D-3-3tp KOR SALE—Registered Chester White boars. Rajah and Gallo way breeding, weight abont 200 pounds each. 930 a head if tak en soon.—E. C. Myhre, Browns Valley, Minn., phone U|e 11, Rosholt. D-3-2tp FOR SALE—Thoroughbred O. I. C. boar, with papers. Will sell right. —Louis Otto, Claire City Route I 1. phone 13-27. D-S-4t FOR SALE—130 stock pigs, aver aging In weight from 65 to 150 pounds. Call or write Chris Quammen, Ortley, S. D. D-102tp LOST LOST—Heavy woolen blanket cov ered with brown ducking, some where between my place and Sis eeton. Monday December 6. Finder please leave at Standard office.—Paul Siewert. D-10-ltp LOST—On election day ®r the fol towtng Saturday, top rest tor Dodxe car. Finder please return to Standard offlte—A. W. Jokl- •toa. .. tt .... C. R. JORGENSON S. H. AOS PAUL 0IBWRRT JfcJN imrPq^^^mTTrvrmxiicnigm FOUND FOUND—Large gray shawl two and 1-4 miles west of Re*. Shade's place northeast of Sisseton. Own er can have same by settling for this advertisement.—E3. C. Myhre, Browns Valley, Minn., Rt. 2. D-s-atp TAKEN VP TAKEN UP—Three horses, 1 blaak, 1 bay and 1 iron gray, at my farm. Owner can have sam/e by paying for this notice and igy ex pense for feed, etc.—Hferl Bllegkt. Sisseton, 6. D-3-'atp TAKEN UP—Black heifer calf about 8 months old. Came to my place about October 26. Owaer can have same by calling And Hay ing for keep and advertising.— Ole Engvik, route I, Sleseton. D-»-*4 AT- SNAP KILLS RATS Also mice. Absolutely odors from carcass, Om (a package proves this. BAT-SNAP comes ft* cakcs)—no mining with other fond. Guaranteed. 35c size (1 cake) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. 65c size rakes) for Chicken House,' mops, or small buildings. ..?1.25 siae (5 cakes) enough far all faren and out-buildings, storage buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and guaranteed by Red Crass Drug Store, Thos. Sisseton Variety Store John Ryno of Rosholt was !b seton Thursday on business. Ed. Quaintance, who baa confined to his home the past wBsk with rheumatism, has recovered to the extent that he has resumed "shaving and saving", much to tko pleasure of bis customeip.