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Wheat 1.49 Da rum 1 37 Flax HggS Butterfat Hides 148 Barley 48 Oats .45 Rye 25 Oora 3 9 POULTRY Hens* Springs .. Cox Turks __ Dux Geese SKkj'T,..,- 2 .17 .10 .-_35@40c .IS .15 PRODUCE .23 .45 .03 LOCAL NEWS Mis? P. A. V'aletch and Mrs. Mary Sample were in the city the first of the week getting informat'ou on ttie growing of oranges, grapefruit and other citrus fruits in this coun ty for an article in the 'M'i.ru In i'i«try,'' a fruit jourr.-.l published fin Tampa and California Mr. Cari McClure, himself an old news pi per man showed the newspaper women around and other *-'«e ii t.'Med them in getting the necessary ftftu for the proposed writetip. rwhich can hardlv fail co he of gro.-t fconefit to our country as Lee coun ty produces some of ti».- ci"-ius f- i't in !u- world.—Tamrn Tri bane. Save. Save your eyes. See Lfpler, eyespecialist in Sisseton, Fri. March 18 at Commercial hotel. Mi 2t rs. C. Akrg was released from quarantine Thursday afternoon and resumed her work at the telephone •ffice as niglit operator Her daughter, Gladys, who had b'ion working in Mrs. Akrj place went hack to her pl.ne o- the day shift and Mifis Jul a Pe' "-a who had been substituting. fv her name the f.our.Ti'. A basket social was held at Mrs. Nellie Goldsmith's school in Good will twp. last Friday night. A good program was given, after which the baskets were sold, netting a sum between $37 and $38 which will be ased to purchase play ground equip ment. P. E. Laing came up from Peeve last Wednesday accompanied by hi=i daughter. Madeline. Mr. Laing re turned home the same night, but his daughter remained for a long er visit with the ScUindler and Laing families. Miss Clara Lobben went up to the home of her parents in Buffalo Lake twp. Saturday and developed ease of scarlet fever while there. Consequently she will be absent from our high school for some time. Miss Alma Hoon went up to her borne in Dry Wood Lake twp. for a short visit Saturday. Mrs. Stewart, who has been mak ing her home with her daughter, Mrs. Prank Parker, left Tuesday for Gebeka, Minn., in response to a mes sage to come to the bedside of her sick daughter. Mrs. Parker has been with her sister since last week. *Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Goldsmith, Miss Inez Swenson and Eddie Lav aeheck were entertained at dinner at the T. J. Allen farm, Sunday af ternoon, in Goodwill. If you like to see the very latest things in ladles' ready-to-wear do •ot fail to see Stavig Bros. line. Mrs. Kimball, son Sylvester and daughter Myrtle, visited at their daughter and sister, Mr«. Hackberth at her school eleven miles north west of town Sunday afternoon. The Richard Wooley family have moved from rooms at the Commer cial Hotel to the house on seco»d ave., east, formerly owned by Mrs. M. Bennett. The J. A. PMorson family are baring their third Beige of quaran tine for the winter, Miss Pearl Nel son, Mrs. Peterson's neice, a high school student, who makes her home there, having developed a case of scarlet fever. 's The Young People^ Chorus of the Methodist church has increased its numbers t° Buch an extent that it was found necessary to entarge the platform in order to afford seat lag room. The work has been in pro gress this week and when finished •here will be ample space tor all .who wish to join. Friday and Saturday, 5 bars of laundry soap f25c at the Racket Store. The ''Tri Mu's" elected officers at their monthly meeting hefld at the Presbyterian church Wednes day sight. President, Russet Cook treasurer, Russell Longstreth sec retary, Jack Wells. There are ten I charter members but several others will join this week. Watch these boys use the "3 M's" to advantage. Mies Ruth Arrowsmith has scar let fever. Mrs. A. D. Goldsmith has several pictures which she has taken recent ly at her school in Goodwill twp. The remarkable part of these pic tures is that they represent the children playing outside without wraps, in mid-winter time, but in perfect comfort. John H. Vinge, of Sisseton and Miss Nina Titz, of Wilmot, were married by Justice D. Prindville. Wednesday. They were attended by Avert Card well and Miss Elia Titz of Wilmot. Stavig Bros buy their ladies' ready-to-wear direct from the New York manufacturers. That is the reason they show the latest for less money. Mrs. A. T. Pierson and Miss Pier son, of Peever were guests at the Eastern Star Social Club held! at Mrs. H. C. Crosby's Wednesday af ternoon. Elias Johnstad and Mel&nchton Peterson spent Sunday with rela tives in One Road twp., the former at A. M. Johnstad's and the latter al Herman Peterson's. Dr Lepler's glasses stu'i head aches. Se? iiu in Sisseton. Friduv. March 18 at Commercial Hotel. 2t Mrs. Duzan. the mother of Mrs. A. K. Stavig and Mrs. George Stain son, is quite ill with an attack of pneumonia. The Young People's Chorus of the M. E. church was charmingly en tertained by Miss Velva Steel at her home Saturday evening. Mrs. Art Jackson is suffering from rheumatism. She ^s being tak en care of by Mrs. Edna Kneven. Rev. Austin and wife. Miss John son, A. T. Ertsgaard and wife at tended church services at Peever Sunday. W. F. and V. G. Carlberg autoed to Abedeen Tuesday. Miss Sue Rodermaclier, county Red Cross nurse, arrived from Wil mot Tuesday. She has been engaged with work in and near the schools of that place. The very latest things in ladies' coats, suits and dresses and skirts, direct from New York, will be shown at Stavig Bros Saturday, March 5. Miss Pearl Robinson, county sup erintendent of schools, was visiting rural schools the fore part of the week. Mrs. Richard Wolley has severed her connection at the telephone of fice. Her place has been taken by Mrs. Harry O'Brien. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Faltenson re turned Monday night from an ex tended visit in Iowa and Minnesota. The third in tlie series of Lenten food sales was held in the office of the Sisseton Loan and Title Co. last Saturday under auspices of the ladies of the Episcopal Guild. Jim McGee has been digging rock on his farm near New Effington. He returned the first part of the week. Spring goods are now arriving iu every department of our store. Sta vig Bros. jss Mary Class came up from Wilmot Friday evening, remaining with the home folks until Saturday evening when she returned to her school. Clement "Porter and wife and Thurman Porter, of Wilmot, were guests at the G. E. Crosby home Friday. Berger Bergerson has been a pretty busy man lately, hauling oats and corn between his hill farm near Peever. For your spring suit ad coat, you will find just what you want at the Golden Rule. Mr. H. C. Crosby and Mrs. G. E. Crosby entertained the Eastern Star Social Club at the home of the form er, Wednesday afternoon. The Bent Hanson family moved Tuesday to their farm in the hills in Goodwill twp. If you buy your suit for spring at Stavig Bros, you know you have the right thing at the right price. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Eikum was quite sick the lat ter part of last week. Mrs. George Aastrom, of Buffalo Lake, was a Sisseton caller Mon day. N. C. Klein autoed to Cresbard, Sunday to look after his banking interests there. A daughter of Chris Week or Enterprise twp. died Friday ot pneumonia. Eye Special,st at Cormit-rcia In tel, Friday. March 18. M4 it Mrs. D. J. Thelen. and brother Edwin ^tanberg visited their sister, Mrs. Larson near Roslyn Sunday. Thos Ryan and family drove out to their farm in Marshall county Sunday, returning Wednesday. i- Those who wish to become citi zens at the June term of court must file their petitions before March 8. Mr. Carstens and Severt Aos au toed to Milbank Sunday and re turned the same day. Mrs. John Meade's condition is very serious and relatives of Mr. Meade's are with the family. Select your spring suit or coat while the selection is good at the Goldeu rule. A large delegation was up from Wilmot to attend the basket ball game. Friday. New Spring oxfords and strap pumps at the Golden Rule. L. W. Tew arived from Hankin son the first of the week for a visit with his sou. S. C. Jones and Andrew Minder were up from Wilmot Monday. Miss Leila Macarrow of Wilmot, was the guest of Mrs. George Cros by the latter part of tlyj week. John Class was among the sick last week. John A. Johnson and Ole Palm from Buffalo Lake were in town Monday afternoon. R. M. Patterson and family of Beardsley were in our city Monday. John H. O'Brien was down from New Effington Monday. Frank Davis is the owner of a new Dodge car. Mns C. R. Jorgenson entertained the Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church Wednesday afternoon. A class in Bible study and cate chism will be held at the Methodist parosnage Saturday afternoon for benefit of all those interested. Miss Clara eBrgt, who is now teaching, spent the week end with friends here. Miss Irene Brown was in from the Agency in her car, Thursday night. A fine eleven pound son came to gladden the home of Carl Graver sen and wife Monday nigh*. P. E. Larson was down from New Effihgton Tuesday. About twenty teachers wrote ex amination here last week. Ira Long and Jim Nelson were over from Ortiey Wednesday. Mis Helga Saga spent Sunday with friends in Eden. See the beautiful ladies' suit? and coats at The Golden Rule. C. O. Hanson is numbered among the sick. Mr. A. G. Goldsmith autoed out to his farm in Lien twp. Monday. Mrs. Markle is enjoying a visit from her mother, Mrs. Johnson. Start your c1iks witn Peep-O-Day Chick, for sala at the Racket Store. Walter Rouck was shaking hands with old friends here last week. To Organize Fair (Continued from page 1) lowing officers were elected: O. R. Aney, Peever, president Paul Trel stad, New Effington, vice-president N. C. Klein, Sisseton, secretary treasurer. Articles of incorporation were then signed up and the charter will be here in a few days. The capital stock of the corpora tion is divided into 4000 shares of $25 each and every person inter ested in the betterment of the coun ty will be expected to take some shares. It is the intention of the promot ers to secure a suitable site and erect suitable buildings in which to exhibit the best live stock and farm products of the county and In which to conduct the sale ot pure-bred live stock, where any farmer may sell off his surplus of pure breds or buy such as he may need. Nearly every county in the state has such a fair ground and sale pa vilion and surely there is no reason why Roberts county, one of the most progressive, prosperous counties in the state should not step to the fore ground and take its place among the others in this respect. The need of such a building has long been felt. The membership of the 'Boys' Pig Club is continually increasing and the boys are raising some mighty fine hogs. But they need a place in which to exhibit and sell them. The. same is true also of those who are engaged in raising pure-bred cattle. Quite a number of pure-breds are now being raised in this county, but no place Is provided for an exhibition and sale of these cattle, and the owner is compelled to ship them to other counties where fair grounds and sale pavilions are being maintained. There is no rea son in the world why any resident of Roberts county should be com pelled to go beyond its borders eith er to see or to sell pure bred live stock. Let us put Roberts county on the map, make this a success, put our shoulder to the wheel and do our best. Following is a list of the names of those who subscribed at the or ganisation meeting and who have pat their shoulder to the wheel: W. s. Rath, Charles F. Ahl, O. R. Aney, A. O. Torvik, Paul Trelstad, N. C. Klein, T. C. Mannes, R. R. Buchanan. C. R. Jorgenson, W. B. Varland, o. A. Tor*ik, C. L. Comp ton, O. S. Opheim, Will Caldwell, Peterson Bros., F. H.. Stauffer, Ed. Tvitero, F. Whipple, J. F. Class J. F. Whipple, H. L. Mussetter, D. W. Lttndis, j. m. Hanson, E. S. Laing, A. J. Hanson.'W. O. Torvik, L. Sol nar, Ole Opsal, R. H. Thurston, Tom Trelstad, Sigfred Olson, John Swen ston, W. L. Henderson, and Lewis Appel. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Henry D. (lough. Minister Sunday school 10 a. m. morn ing worship a. m„ "What is prayer?" Junior and Epwortli league 6:30 p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m. "The Young Man in White," This is a special appeal to young people. Service will be held at Otto schoo! house 2:30 p. 111. Do you know that the only way to kei'p down anarchism and liol slievism is to uphold their great est enemy "the church?" Goodwill and Karon Lutheran Churches Morning and evening worship 111 English at the Goodwill church al the usual hour. Sunday school and Bible class at noon. Luthe£ league at 6:45. Lenten service, Thursday evening at 8:00 o'clock. At Saron church there will Ik\ Engiish service at three o'clock in the afternoon. A hearty welcome tr. all, C. S. Vang, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH •Morning worship at 10:30 Sab bath school at 11:45 evening serv ice at 7:30, sermon ''The White Christ of Flanders", special Diusi cal numbers. Report of thi- every member can vass. Stay at home Sunday afternoon from two to five, but come out to the evening service. We want to hear then that every member of the congregation has been reached, that the budgets are over subscribed, so that we can "carry on" mightily this coining year for man's good and for God's glory? "It Was a Winner For Me" He Says "I'm Enjoying Perfect Health Since Taking Tanlac," Says Minneapolis Man. "After hearing so much about Tattjac I put it on trial in my case and it has certainly proved a winner for me," said W. G. Jargenson, of 524 Essex St., Minneapolis, Minn., an employee of the Northwestern Telephone Co. ''Before I got hold of Tanlac my trophies of three years standing had pulled me down until my work was a daily grind and I was in constant misery both day and night. My kid neys were badly disordered and were continually worrying me, and I had pains in my back and joints that were' almost unbearable. My sides hurt me terrible also, and at times the pains were so severe as to al most drive me wild. Nothing seemed to do me any good and I hardly see how I managed to hold out at my work. "When I got Tanlac I found th« very thing I was needing, for it jus' built me right up and has put me in the very best of condition. My kidneys no longer bother me and I never have an ache or pain at all. In fact I'm Just enjoying perfect health and gladly give Tanlac all the credit. Tanlac Is sold In Sisseton by Rex all Drug Store, A. O. Johi:eon, Ham mer and the leading druggists in every city. adv. not wwit adn each week, aad FOR BAliH FOR SALE!—Two Ford ears. Both in good ehape.—C. L. Compton, Sisseton, S. D. J-29-tf FOR SALE—1000 bushels of Odebucker Barley Seed and one Van Brunt or Monetor double disc drill, and two well rigs, one a Lesley and one a Houlls rig. Fred Schacher. Sisseton, S. D., Route 3 Phone 13 13. F. 19, tf FOR SALE—$250 lakes good Ford car if sold at once. If. E. Par sonage. FOR SALE—20 tons of tame hay, 6ix miles southeast of Sisseton. Will sell reasonable. T. W. Cahill, Sisseton, S. D. Feb. 26 2t. KOK SALE—One white face bull two year old. Carl R. Johnson, It. F. l. 5, Sisseton, S. Dakota. M4 8t.p FOR SALE—Red Poll bull, about S months old. Or will trade for heif er same breed. C. E. Likeness, Sisse ton, S. Dakota, R. 4 M4-3t FOR SALE—About 15 ton of good prairie hay. Jas. J. Hannasch, Sisseton, S. D. M4-lt-p Registered short horn bull for sale. 4 years old. Dalilin Bros. Sisse ton. M.4-3t.-pd. FOR SALE 40 bushel good timo 41iy seed. Will sell for 7c per pound. Call at First National Bank or Farmers Elevator, Sisseton, S. Dako ta. M.3 3t-pd. OAUD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted and comforted us during the sick ness and death of our beloved hus band and father. We also desire to extend our appreciation and thanks for the many beautiful floral offer ings which we received. CLASSIFIED ADS Advertisements ander thin head will be charred for at the rate of 1c a word, with •minimum charge at 26e. To insure proper insertion cop* should be in thig office Mrs. Wm. Benson and Family. Hear "The White Christ of Fland ers" at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening. later than Wednesday evening. Thousands of people read our if yon have anrthtng Jua wish to sell, or if to bur anything, hate lost or foand anything, an ad here aaauna you rmshs T^HE one sure way to have money is to save it. The best way to save it is to start a bank account in the CITIZENS NATIONALBANK S 86 ST Off, SOUTH DAKOTA OFFICERS Henry Heivig, President J. W. Barrlagtaa, T. P. Lee J. Lakaaltsch, Cash. M. O. Bikum, Asst. CmR R. Thompson, Teller Anker-Holth Self-Balancing Bowl Cream Separator Turing the handle of the Anker-Holth is uot a back breaking job, it turnt so easily that your children csn op erate it. Each complete turn ?pity oil on every bearing and gear. It is the only separator designed to give a continuous spray of clean oil. Call at our store and let us show you all about the SELF BALANCING BOWL of this machine. too want WANTED WANTED—Wanted to bear twi owner of good farm for sal*. State osah price, full particular!. D. F. Bush, Minneapolis, Midi. J-7-Mar. FARM WANTED Wanted te hear from owner of farm or goed* land for sale, worth the price asked. L. Jones, Bo* 551, Oiney, Hi. It. AGBJf'flS AND SALESMEN Are you' interested iin reprenant ing a progressive and well-known Legal Reserve (Old Line) Life surattce company in this eountjjfr? It you have a car, an average In telligence and energy, with a tever able reputation in your comm»ai%. we offer you the opportunity for a pleasant and profitable occupatlea and prospects for steady advance ment in the future. Address J. C. Hoff, 706 Sioux Falls Nat. Baak Bldg., Sioux Falls, South Dakota. LOST Will the party who removed a township road plow 01: -t Thompson Hardware & Imp. Co. Sisseton, South Dakota about Oet. 20th, 1920, from the northwest e«r ner of the southwest quarter, sta tion 24, twp 125, R. 52, kindly re turn the said plow. Albert Dahltk, Twp. Clerk, Dry Wood Lake Twp. M4-»t LOST—Lady's handba and tw» other packages between Main street, Sisseton and Andrew Torvick plase, Saturday, Feb. 12. FMnder irieasa leave at this office. Feb. 11. Fairview Farm Tel. 12-82 Ole L. Vig, prop. FOR SALE Early yellow dent seed corn, alsa a later variety of yellow dent town. Very good germination. Raise tha yellow corn, as contains certain vitamlnes so valuable In the devel opment of stock, which is not found In white corn. Also some Silver HIm seed oats free from wild oats.