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Wheat $1.16 Durum 1.99 Flax 1.72 Barley .36 Oats .20 Rye .83 Corn .35 POLXTR* Hens .12 Springs .16 Cox .uii Turks .18 Dux .12 Geese I .Oil PRODUCE Eggs .22 Butterfat ,3o Hides .02 wr LOCAL NEWS See Lang for anything in draying. Phone 137. ff Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCoy came Sunday and visited friends here un til Tuesday evening. They are now located at Cedar Rapids, la. Byron Barrington is visiting his father, J. H. Barrington. Mr. and Mrs. J. Suerkkken, Les lie Horton, A1 Monnie and the Misses Myrtle Swenk, ., Hazel Schwarm and Ann Gaegaii spent Sunday at Pickerel Lake, and Clear Lake. Mrs. Bothum is taking a vaca tion from her work at the Thomp son House. Rev. J. H. Irwin returned home Monday from Dell Rapids, where he attended the state tennis tourna ment. Rev. Irwin is quite modest in his description of the tournament., but we are of the opinion that he came very close to winning the hon ors, one contestant, alone, being ahead of him. Mrs. Louise Erickson, of Wau bav, is visiting relatives In the An drew Erickson home, having come up Saturday for a week's stay. S. H. Aker and wife of Monte video, visited his brother Emil Ak er from Saturday to Tuesday. Thurm Porter, Miss Sieverson, Rowena, Irene and Teddy Porter, of Wilmot, were Sunday guests at the G. E. Crosby home. Mrs. Porter, who had been visiting there for sev eral days, returned home with them. Miss Carrie Sandborn, Alec De war and friend autoed over from Or tonville Sunday for a short visit with friends here. Miss Beatrice Osman returned with them for a visit with her friend, Miss Sandborn. D. B. Mahoney and wife returned Tuesday from a visit at the old home at Brainerd, Minn. Thresher, 7 inch, 5-ply, 125 feet, for $90.00 at Tom Osman's, Sisseton. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Teigen were Sunday visitors at Roslyn, at the Ole and Sivert Hustad homes Mr. and Mrs. Harry Drenttel, and the W. F. Carlberg, C. R. Jorenson and N. C. Klein families spent Sun day at Clear Lake. Mrs. Hustad and daughter Alice, of Roslyn, are visiUng Sisseton rela- tives. S. H. Aas autoed to Milbank Sun day to bring back F. A. Carstens. who had returned that morning fiom a business trip to Algona, la. J. F. Class came down from Vafc ten Friday for a few days rest r.t ltome, having sprained his shoulder r'hile at work on tli« road. Nels Lysen?, wife and soli were at Waubay from Wednesday to Fri day of last week. Mrs. A. O. Tostenson and children^ who have been camping at Mattson's Landing, returned home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. A.,Peterson. Mrs J. Stadstad and daughter Shirley and Mrs. H. S. Morris drove to Mat tsen's Monday for a few days stay. H. L. Spackman and daughter Hazel autoed to Watertown Monday evening. They planned to continue the Journey to Sioux Falls. H. C. Babcock and wife were at Watertown the first of the week. Ole Ellison, who is improving •lowly from the operation which he underwent on his foot some months ago, was able to wear a shoe on the foot for the first time Monday since M»e operation. The A. F. Ertsgaard, W. O. Samp con, Rob Lowrie and W. A. Wells families and B. F. Sonstegard were Clear Lake visitors Sunday. Mrs. Inga Mullen and daughter Mern and Sirs. B. F. Sonstegard are camping at Roy Lake. SAVE YOUR EYES See Dr. Lepler the specialist in Sisseton Saturday Aug. 20. At Com mercial Hotel. -A-5-2t Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ertsgaard had as their guests one day last week the Misses Alice and Selnia Hegna, of Peever. Xels Anderberg and wife, of Grove City, Minn., are visiting his brother. John Anderberg and family, having I finally sold for $1.50. driven over* last Wednesday. Miss Irene Anderberg, who had ben spend ing her vacation in the cities, and at other Minnesota points, returned with them, and is once more at work in the First National Bank. Teddy Rask, who had been visit ing friends and relatives here, left the latter part of last week for his home in Minneapolis. •Mr. and Mrs. Ole Nelson are visit ing Mrs. Nelson's sister, Mrs. Anna Yilson, of One Road township. Mr. Stave and restaurant keeper Smith were callers from Claire City Saturday. Miss Beatrice Lenz has been help ing Mrs. W. Oletzke for the past week. Ford timers repaired like new at Henry Sch^ndler's. Jl-294t Mrs. H. D. Grover and son Billy left Friday tor Madison, Minn., being icalled there on account of the death of her father, Mr. Walsh. Miss Peggy Carmody was in Sis seton Saturday. She was on her way to Milbank, having been enjoying a two weeks vacation at Veblen. Thresher, 7 inch, 5-ply, 125 feet, for $90.00 at Tom Osman's, Sisseton. EYE SPECIALIST HERE AUG. 20. Coming! Lepler, your Eye Special ist Saturday, Aug. 20. Be sure to see him about your eyes. At Commercial Hotel. A-5-2t Mr. George Taylor.'of the Holt Motor Company, enjoyed a visit last week from his wife and daughter. Alice. Miss Elsie Deyo, who had been stayiAg at the Emmett Kennedy home returned to her home at Browns Valley Friday. Pete Greenfield autoed to Minne apolis Saturday for a visit with his wife. Floyd Heath drove to Elbow Lake Friday to take his mother, who had been visiting here, back to her home. Mrs. George Crosby was at Wil mot several days last week to visit the home folks. Her mother, Mrs. C. F. Porter, returned with her and re mained her guest until Monday of this week. Mrs. O. O. Brantseg, son Homer and daughter Hazel left Tuesday for a week's visit with relatives at Star buck, Minn. I 6ell my best outside House Paint for $2.98 a gallon. Inside paint at $2.25.—Henry Schindler. J129-4t The Peter Fuande family, Carl Axness. Mrs. Ida Beck, Miss Ander son, Mayor A. O. Bunde and family and Ed Opsal enjoyed the day at Clear Lake Sunday. Miss Millie Thorson, book-keeper at Starig Bros, and Miss Josie Lon don, clerk in the dry goods depart ment, left Sunday for a week's camping at Bonanga. The H. B. Carter family, Mrs. Jer ry Wilson and Mrs. Dell Carter werq at Bonanza Sunday. Mrs. Aaron Ar rowsmith and Mrs. D. F. Stevens, who were also of the party, remain ed for a few days stay. The Floyd Heath family, Lloyd Toftum and mother, and their guests, Mr. Peteaeon and daughter, Sundayed at Bonanza. Rev. Vang and sister. Miss Vang, departed Monday morning for Nevis, who preceeded them several weeks month's vacation with Mrs. Vang, who preceded thetn several weeks ago. Carl Sonstegard is enjoying a two weeks stay with his cousin* in the Ole Grandahl home in Eenterprise township. Miss Martha Ward spent Sunday at her home at Rosholt. She wap accompanied back by her sister Dorothy, who will visit friends here for a week. Messers Berkner and Hustad wpre callers from Ortley Monday. Floyd Heath drove to Browns Valley Tuesday, taking Mr. Peterson and daughter who were returning to their home at Klrkhoven, Minn. Co. Auditor Elmer Pearson, and wife went to Ortley Saturday night for a visit with his parents. Mrs. Pearson plans to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reilley, at Aberdeen, before returning home. Rev. H. D. Gough drove to Hart ford Monday, taking Mrs. Mose Ar rowsmith and daughter Evelyn ant1 Miss Ruby Arrowemith for a week's atay. George Whitegbost and Mies Sarah Enos, of Peever, were united in marriage Monday, August 1, by Justice D. J. Prindiville. Mrs. J. O. Andrews left this week for Des Moines, la., to visit her daughter, Miss Bonnie, and her mother, Mrs. Dodge. W. D. Wilson was at Veblen Thursday. 0. E. Lien was over from the Bonaza camp Saturday. TAKING ADVANTAGE. OF CONDITIONS When wheat was $3.00 per bushel quite a few held for a higher price. When Flax sold for $6.00 per bushel a great many held on and Those who held $3.00 wheat $6.00 flax are not the only loosers. The whole community lost because there is Just that much less money iin the community. So the man who takes advantage of conditions not I only helps himself but helps his neighbor also. A neighborhood goes forward or backward as it Judges conditions, the same as an individual Judges the future, past and present conditions. It is not only in how or when to sell but when and what to buy. Those who take advantage of the Ford way are looking into the fu ture and are taking advantage of condition. The Fordson tractor will be the farm power within a very short while. Please remember that the Fordson eats only when it works, the horse eats when it stands still. The horse stands still one half of the time in working seasons and all of the time during winter. Wild oats have done more damage to the crops in Roperts county this year than the heat and black rust put together. The wild oat problem must be solved. The easy way of let !ting them grow wild has been tried with good success although they are wild they don't fly nor run. In fact they seem to be rather tame around here. As yet no one has ben able to wish them off from their field. The only way to exterminate the pest is by more plowing, discing and harrowing and by doing it in the proper season. We believe that the Fordson tractor will solve the wild oats problem because the work must be done when the weather is too. hot for horses. THE CARLBERG CO. Btewton, S. Mr. and Mrs. William Nankemann drove over from Beardsley Sunday. Mr. Nankemann continued the trip to Veblen, and Mrs. Nankemann re mained as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Waletich. H. L. Spackman and Paul M. Rickert were at Rosholt Monday. N. H. Nelson' purchased the George White residence and five lots, Mon day, August 1. The purchase price was $1800. This is the former Al lingham home, located on the west side. The White family gave im mediate possession, and will make their future home at Wahpeton, N. Dakota where Mr. White expects to obtain work at the government school. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Swanberg and baby, Severen Kleven and Bern hard Swanberg returned this week from a week's visit at Grove City, Minn. SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD I 1 Mrs. A. E. Taplin, who had been visiting friends here since the pre ceding Wednesday, left Sunday for her home at Veblen, the Dr. coming over after her. In the sale of an Areola, we took in a Charm hard coal heater, 14 in. fire pot, self feeder, good order. Will sell ,cheap. Thresher, 7 inch, 5-ply, 125 feet, for $90.00 at Tom Osman's, Sisseton. Register of Deeds Laten Teare, was an over Sunday guest at his home in Rosholt. Rev. J. W. Christianson delivered the morning sermon at the Presby terian services held in the Guild hall, and the evening union services at the Methodist church, Sunday. Bev. Christianson took great plea sure In renewing old acquaintances here, having been pastor of the Pres byterian church tor a period of sev eral years prior to going to serve the people of Veblen. -He -is now lo cated at Watertown. Rev. J. H. Ir win, who was returning from-a ten nis tournament at Dell Rapids, oc cupied itev. Christianson's pulpit at Watertown. Mrs. L. J. Lukanitsch entertain ed Monday afternoon in honor of her friend, Mrs. Ann Kelly McCoy, of Cedar Rapids, la. Miss Gina Jacobson returned to her work in Browns Valley Monday, after spending a two weeks' vacation at her home in Grant township. Mrs. O. O. Brantseg, Son Helmer and daughter Hasel autoed over to Stanbnck, Minn., for a short visit Tuesday. They were caught in the rain storm between Graceville and Morris. Joe Lanbacb's new house down on the flat, between Cherry and Spruce streets, is about completed. When fiinished Mr. Pierce of the Holt Motor company will occupy it. Mrs. Annie M. Stai and family, Hans Jacobson and family, Mr. Pet erson and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pear son. I pay cash for salable automobile tires—Henry Schindler. A-5-4t The wheat crop in Minnesota township, so far reported, seems to be of a very poor yield. Tom Olson reports five bushels to the acre and I or he tells us that a party near Ham- mer got only four bushels. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Axness and baby arrived home Saturday night from Minnesota, where Mrs. Axness and little Mary Catherine have been visiting for several weeks. LOST—Black traveling bag, double handle, containing ladies' clothing. $10 reward for return. Crockett Drug Store, Sisseton. S. D. A-ltp JORGENSOX ANDERBERG A W E S Office in Guaranty State Bank Building SISSETON SO. DAK. Let Lang Do It We ane always on the job and at your service for any thing in the dray business. II you have anything to be mov ed or delivered call 137 Shoes Repaired Shoe repairing of all kinds done when you want* it. Work guar anteed. We also spec ialize in harness repair ing. Give ns a trial. C. CARDWELL Prindiville Building I Green Blumbing Co. A-51t Sisseton FOR SALE—39 head of sheep also about 50 yards of gravel in Sis seton.—Mrs. Chas Mullen. J1 29tf FOR SALE OR RENT—320 acre farm in Bossco township, 8 miles from Veblen, S. D. 130 acres in cul- ANNOUNCEMENT We wlsb to that we have assurance from the Plymouth Cordage Co. of getting the necessary amount of twine for taking care of the corn cutting in our ter ritory. CLASSIFIED ADS That we may not be short of twine nor have to carry any amount over.i we should be pleased to have the farmers, who may not have sufficient amount of twine to do their corn cutting, call and give us the amount they will need. In this way we could order and have on hand tor them their twine when needed. Advertisements under this head will be charged for at the rate of te a'werd. with a minimum charge of 25c. To insure proper insertion copy should be in this office not later than Wednesday evening. Thousands of people read oar want ads each week, and il you have anythta* yoa wish to tell, or If IN want to buy anything, have lost or found anything, an ad here asaures you results announce to the trade Yours truly, Thompson Hardware ft Implement Co. Sisseton, S. D. The ice-cream social held at the Trinity Lutheran church Friday evening, was quite well attended. Miss Rosa Trautner had her ton sils removed at the Powell Hospital Tuesday. Mr. Thresherman Service! A place to get it is of vital interest to you at present We always carry a large stock of well assorted articles for the thresherman's needs and we have never refused serving him even way after business hours.•. 1 We find it works to our mutual benefit. The rule of stock plus service still hold good with us. We want you to avail yourself of our efforts for our mutual benefit. THOMPSON HARDWARE & IMP. COMPANY 1 SISSETON, SOUTH DAKOTA HMIIIBIillliilBllllillllilMIMIMMIMIIIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIllllliilllll Do You Know Prices Are Down? Just Look at These Prices Men's Overalls at $1.00 and up to $1.75 Men's Cotton Gloves from 10c up to 20c Men's Work Shirts from 65c to $1.00 Men's Work Shoes from $2.35 up to $5.00 Men's Union Suits at $1.00 Men's Hose at35c and up Come in and see these unusual values at STAVIG BROS, DO YOU WANT TO MAKE GOOD •a cMsaa: te wisnlsaJ Its awbctsJ cktfm la eceawks sad la UtfMy el year tustry, is tsts sa sWstlhs pertiatW wsifcsf say fsi»«w* aiaMa. so-apssalha ssdsly. Hiln wise sr wsii'i cl«t sr la btw haw t« inaslss sal aMH new. «aahisa«usalt»aniiUis» tehs shls is apsak ss dMatrir Iksl yes win as fcssrl sad ss (URF* Aat *ee trill eadmteeJ^ An writs si east far UMIMI IsrTWO MONTHS' STUDY WITH WALTER THOMAS MU* la JaaasryaaJ Fskassy asrt.orlsMs imwpsalisri fa—«U yestaaastc—«laCsMsrsisi AJUnu THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE, R.R.I.Bex 15.Mtfcy.GL PAGE P1VH 'i, tivation, 70 acres in pasture, and balance In hay land. Will rent on good terms or will give very reason able terms to anyone desiring to pur chase.—Fred Otto, Sisseton, S. D. J1 29-4tpd The C. C. Burton family and Mr. and Mrs. Swan Sanson autoed if Bonanza Sunday. Miss Terpena, of )lrwni alley, started work for the Dakota Central Telephone company as night opera* tor, August 1. The Swanberg families are enter* ta!ning,Mrs. J. A. Floren, of Grove City, Minn., this week. Miss Alta Cooper left hospital Friday and Is about town once more. the Powell able to be fwo Bothum boys and two Davis boys met with an auto accident near Efflngton Sunday, which braised them up considerably, but not ser iously. The Bothum car sustained a broken windshield and some other damage. David Bloomqulst, who bas been In fCansas City and St. Paul for the past year, came this week for a vis it with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Bloomqulst.