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Dr. Chat. Flett
Physician* A •w|«on»
TcUphtM Block
piwm it Milfcaitk, S.
Dr. A. E. DeTuncq
Physician A Surgeon
Telephone Block
Phones: OOice 48: Residence 107S
Milbank, S. Dak.
6. H. LOWTHIAN,
Physician and Surgeon*
Surgery and Diseases of Women.
MILBANK, S. D.
telephone 78
Goodman & HendHck
Dentists and Dental Surgeons
Office in First National Bank bid*
(jfant County Phone No.64
Mi]bank South Dakota
Dr. Frank Mittelstaedt
DENTIST
Office in Telephone bloc*
Phone No. 1K8
M.'.bank South Dakota
No. 6473
Reiwrl of the Condition of the
First National Bank
of Milbank
At the Close of BusinesH
November t", 1020
KEhOl'HOI-
Loans and Discounts .flu.us
(Vntyiaew liability ape...
•f ftcrejitHDree purchased
or discounted.... -fc,.r.i
Kdeu
i
Notre & bills rtdise'd with
K Batik 4'.VI7't.".
tlvmirrttt*. unsecured
I". s. Hoods- to secure tir-
c: tl lull 10 WW.00
I'ieu.'wi ae counter-1 for Stsie or
other deposit* of btlla payable
53.4(iii.O0
Loaned ll.Wium
r.s. bonds owned ana
r,ro.oo
i'uiai L'. S.
(iuv.
iJ.87H.ti7
securities
Hondf" oiht-r tliBU U. .S. to
e*vur«» postal
savings
ti me deposits
Total
Liabilities for rediscounts with fed­
eral reserve bank
lim.sr^.oo
de­
posits 1,500.00
Sectiriiius other than I". S,
.nrtp—owned tin plodded 5,Ms#). 54
Total bond other tIimi 1J. S.
Stock of Hedenl Reserve Bonk
Valur of ban.U int: house
Furniture and Kixtu'rn
Lawful reserve with Federal Keeerve
1J0.A4
1,M50.II0
10,(iSV.eS
7,507 13
Batik 20,913.
i'k«!i
in
vhu
It and uet amount due fro!6
liatioual Itanke
fine trom banks other than nationul..
Checks mi hanks in pxme city
Ottesde
rheck®,
a.'.tm.M
3,80^ f«
5.37H.
4«\i.w
St.lKilO.iK)
and other cash items.
ptiou K'lndwitL I' siri'smrtr
11.
teres* earned
b«t not coU«cted
..
I'rotit & Loss ..
1 U1
('ipifffHtock
Btiri'i is i!:iiu
Undi'. ded I'rorits *25.^93.32
Less ex. taxep a in*, paid. -24,098.40
Olrc ila*iTir uotes ontstandin^
H«t mnoiints due t.) Niitional iaaka
Doe II banks and bankers....
Cashier's eliei-ks—outstanding
Dematxl deposits
Otli« i
.78
LIABILITIES
J50.UKI.00
15,000.0(1
1.1W.W
40.000.(XI
ln.KW.r^
«J,1H5 7ti
4,ai3.24
•210,175.) fi
Individual deposit#subject to check
Time Deposits, payable after days
eriift ate of Deposit 358.W5.*»5
T^IV.JK
j:ov si-eurities borrowed 11,900.00
Bills payable other than with
Federal Keserve Bank 50,000.00
Bills Payable with Federal R. Bank. 78,00)1.00
$tW5,0S7.7M
4i«478.*i'5
State of South Dakota, County of
I. Frank Hoeriter, Cashier of 'he above
named bank do solemnly swear that the above
statement Is true to the best of my knowledge
acd belief.
FRANK BOEBGFR, Cashier
jti. A. Liebenstein
Correct attest VR. A. Berkner
N K. Boeiger
Hubsrribed and sworn to before nie this 24tb
4ay of November, iva
Ttaad L. Fnller. Notary Public
Be Careful
li ike Selection of
Ynr Dentist
work that has to be done
over is a double expense.
Thousands of satisfied pa
tients will recommend our
good work. Ask us for their
names.
WE PAY YOUR R. R. FARE
to Aberdeen and return up
to 100 miles providing a rea
sonable amount of dental
work is ordered from us.
This offer holds good until
Dec. 1st.
Best Vulcanite and Porcelain
Plates at from $15.00 and up.
22 K. Gold Crowns $8 and up.
I We use NOVOCAIN for
all extractions making it
practically painless.
XfRay service free if other
dttital work is ordered.
Bridgework at a saving of
50 per cent.
OUT-OF-TOWN PATIENTS
can have their impressions
taken in the morning and
w«rk will be completed the
same day.
fasten Dental Co.
f08»/i South Main Street
*r Over N. Y. Store.
Open 8:30 a. m. to 8 p. ro.
Evening by Appointment
ABERDEEN SO. DAK.
Ural and Perwaal Paragraphs
Send us your news items.
Bulk Cocoa, at 26c a pound. 5 lbs.
for *1.00 Thirsk's.
Mrs. Wm. Lenhart of Minneapolis
is enjoying Thanksgiving with her
son, Carl of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Salzle ljave been
visiting friends at Altamont during
the week.
Mr. and Mrs Ed. L. Van Walker
are the parents of a baby ^iteughter,
born Tuesday morning
Bulk Cocoa, at#5c a pound. 5 lbs.
for $1.00 Thirsk's
Miss Gladys Bingham waftjll for a
few days last week, but is aBle to be
out at this time.
Mrs. Peter Christianson, of Hutch
inson. Minn., mother of Mrs. A. L.
Jenson, of this city, arrived for an ex
tended visit with the Jenson family.
Mrs. E.
Thanksgiving
Rav Kimball canie down from Sum
mit the first of the week and spent a
day or two with his father who Ijas
been quite ill during the week.
Prof. A. L. Schafer of Washington
D. C. stopped over for a day the first
of the week to visit for a few hours
at his old heme here, the guest of
Mrs. W. W, Reeve.
Jay Dore, who is now employed in
the office of the state highway com
mission at Mitchell. ths state, arrived
Monday for a Thanksgiving visit with
his parents here.
The local Royal Neighbors journey
ed dowh to. Monte, Minn., Tuesday
evening in response to an invitation
from the lodge there. The Milbank
team will put on the work for inita
tion there.
Rev ..S. P. Jones left Sunday even
ing for Sioux Falls where he officiated
nt. the funeral of one of the oldresi
donts of the citv, a lady whom, he had
Tuesday evening.
rs. F. W. Meyers returned from
Minnesota Saturday morning. She ha
been away for the past two weeks,
being: called to attend the" funeral of
her brother.
W .laughter, Mrl Berrice Johnson the k..o- fortune to marr a Blgr Mone
at Aberdeen.
the Abbotts, and had been on a trip
to the western part of the state. They
returned to their Minnesota home on
Monday.
Mrs. Susan Triggs of Peever, who
had been on a visit to friends at Bed
ford, Iowa returned home during the
past week, and was a guest at the
August Dralle home, Mrs. Dralle ac
companying her to Peever the next
day for a short visit.
Victor Carlson of Ortonville, has
been up at his old stamping grounds
here in Milbank during the past week
helping on the Lovenstein building
Vic has married since he left Mil
bank, and he says he is behaving him
self like a good boy. It's wonderful
what a woman can sometimes do in
taming wild animals.
The Herald-Advance sent any
where in the U. S. for $2.00 per year.
#41
Andrew Geissinger, the garage mar
has been laid up for about a w^ek
with a severe cold.
In response to the notice of sub
scriptions due q.iit« a number of our
friends have been making payments
during the past week, we are pleased
to state. We expect to have notices
to all during the coming week, and
trust that our renders and friends will
meet the situation with prompt pay
ment of these obligations.
Work upon the New Store has pro
gressed rapidly during the last few
days of mild weather and the roof is
now on, so that the interior work can
be carried on in spite of the wintry
weather outside. The building is be
ginning to assume shape and already
gives assurance that it will be Mil
bank's finest business store.
known -ince childhood. He returned fie road for the wholesale hardware
The Misses Eva and Ella Evans of
El«rin, Minn., were visiting Grandma I ^OCM's
Abbott for a few days last week,
They are old Minnesota neighbors of
1
Mr. John Gatfield, of Detroit, Mich,
arrived the first of the week to join)
his wife on a visit to friends in thi.-i
locality, ami is a guest of the Downie
family. Mr. Gatfield was telegraph
Tarnham is spending »P*™tor at B,* .Stone City some tn.rty
ami the week enl xvitl, J?*1* years airo, and wh.le there: Had
K',r
Mrs. James Pa men and daughter! for
Rose of Wordsworth, Canada. Sas
katchawan, have been visiting friends
at the old home in Giant county here
for the past week or two.
Prof. S. K. Clark and wife of Wau
bay, were city visitors last Saturday,
Mrs. Paul Emerson suffered a pain
,1'ul accident when she struck her leit
elbow opon the stove, injuring the
Targe ivm-vo which controls the feeling
of the hand and fingers.
an1
as
thf
.story
a
Prof Clark having come down to at- experienced in many other parts of
tend the school meeting and get some t]ie country.
dental work done.
books say
.hve1
happily ever afterwards. He is at
present operator in the office of the
Grand Trunk railway at Detroit, and
for a short vacation from his duties
is out looking over the scenes of his
former glory.
Mr. Ed. Dore, one of the old timers
in Milbank. but who for a year or so
past has been living up on the iron
range in Minnesota, arrived last week
to his Milbank friends. Ed
is enploved in keeping tally of the
ore tonnage for some of the iron com
panies at Na sh wank, and these have
to close operation during the winter.
He says that business is good on the
range, and they haven't commenced
to feel the depression that is being
The last reminder of the ancient
days when the city was lighted by
the two globe lamp posts was removed
Tuesday when the Electric company
removed the posts ,.r.l wiring. They
will he stored for the winter and next
ummer will be placed on the side
streets or idong tHe trails leading in
and out of the city, as shall be de
cided during the winter. The new
lighting system is giving entire sat
isfaction and the city has received a
great many compliments upon the im
provement which it makes.
O. R. Antelman, the traveling hart
ware man was in town Wednesday to
make his annual payment to the Her
ald Advance, a trick he has been
playing for the past thirty years. And
it is just ahout that number of year
since Mr. Antelman took his place on
firm of Janney, Semple, Hill Co
of Minneapolis. He is the oldest in
service of the roadmen for this house
who has continued in the'original ter
ritory originally assigned him, but
there are now foui*teen men employ
ed in this territory, and he states that
one of them is selling more
than he did when he had the
eve,\v
who,e
man
territory to himself. When a
spends thirty years with a *iim
^here must be some wearing material
in his make-up and something o i
worth in the house that he is working
for or his customers and the public
generally would have gotten on to it
as the seasons rolled by, but Mr.
Antelman still wears his smile with
his other clothing.
A Ladj in Chicago Telegraphs for
Rat-Snap.
Read Mrs. Phillip's wire: "Youell's
Exterminator Co., Westfield, N. J.
Rush $3. worth of RAT-SNAP." Later
ree'd following letter: "RAT-SNAP
arrived. It rid our house of rats in no
time. Just moved here from Pa., where
I used RAT-SNAP with great results.'
Three sizes, 35c, 65c $1.25. Sold and
guaranteed by
N. J. BLESER DRUG CO.
J. C. TESSIN & SON
A
Pride of Possession
To own another instrument is merely
to own a phonograph to own a Sonora
is to own Ths Highs&t
Class Talking Ma
chine in the World
an instrument of which
you may well be proud!
Sonora plays all records
perfectly without ex
tra attachments
N. I. Bleser Drug Co,
MILBANK, S. D.
Fran Our Exchanges
their honor, to appear Monday to
plead. Their "honor" evidently re
fused to 1 unction on Monday and it
was necessary to call Sheriff McGee'
in order to impress upon them the i
necessity of law and decency snd two
of them paid fines on Tuesday in I
justice court at Sisseton. The other
member of the trio could not be found
s
I
pride in giving.
Wilmot Independent:—Last Sunday ed as soon as he can be located.
evening W'lrnot again submitted to in
dignities from three young fellows Mrs. Fred Johnson, of Aberdeen, a
up^ on hair tonic or something cousin of Mrs. Fred Murray, has been
of that kind und it was necessary to making a visit to the Murray family
cool them off a little in the city lock-, this week.
up. They were released later on
but a warrant has been issued for
his arrest and the papers will be serv-
mm—a
^m^.mmmammmm—
The ji !t of a diamond is a gift that never perishes, neither does
it:'depreciate
Veterinarian
Peter H. Canakis, D. V. M.
Deputy State Veterinarian
Office,
One door east of
IJamel Bldg.
The Imperishable
Gift
MtaMfc.
in value as time passes by. For those who are
nearest and dearest to you, we suggest a diamond.
Our stock includes a wondertul selection of diamond
jewelery in platinum and gold— iust
the
"GIFTS THAT LAST"
ARTHUR L. JENSON
Fit s-ll Eyeq las s e s
are the best because they give
you style as well as comfort.
We ht hits-U Eyeglasses for yon
to see with and to be seen witb
as well. Our establishment is
headquarters for the genuine 0
Fits-U with the good looking
Toric Lenses. Don't delay, conte
in row.
1)1*. .J. W. PAY
Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Phone 53
Dayor
night
mounted
gift peices you'll take
Prices continue to come down. We
are giving you the benefits of the
lowered prices, regardless of
our stock cost us.
Winter Is Here
You need heavy shoes and overshoes
to wade thru the drifts
We have them.
You need warm coats, sweaters and
caps. We have them.
A 25 Per Cent. Discount
on every suitand overcoat in the store
Remember
First, last and all the time—Dorothy
Dodd Shoes for women are
THE BEST TO BE HAD.
ERLAND80N & JOHNSON GO
EVERYBODY^ WANTS^
FOR RENT—Furnish** rod*. Call
117S.
Button's Correspondence School
Minneapolis, ftinn^, Book-keeping:
Banking, Shorthand, Engineering
Law. We teach everyt))(jig. Position*
guaranteed. Write us.
FOR SALE—Duroc Jersl£r pigs*
White Wyandotte chickens and sweet
clover seed. If my registered Darar
Jersey pigs, either
six,
jmu
don't suit
send them back. Big heavy fellows
of Sensation and Model Algo feloecL,
double treated for cholera and at.
farmer prices. Where can you bea€*
it. II. C. Kimball, Summit,
Jas. Watson Says, "1*11 Never ForphC
When Father's Hogs Got Colera."
"One morning he found 20 hogs deaxf
and several sick. He called the Vet„H
who after dissecting a rat caught
the premises, decided that the rodents^
had conveyed germs. Since then I am:
never without RAT-SNAP. Tt'^ th&
sure«t, quickest rat destroyer I kirwHr/
Three sizes, 35c. 65c, $1.25. Sold antS
guaranteed by
N. J. BLESER DRUG CO.
J. C. TESSIN & SON
Thad L. Fuller
LAWYER
Practices in ali Court*
Both Phones
Milbank South Dakota
Delco Light
Products
Electric Light and
Power tor the
A
C. R. MO SIM AH
Milbank.
MEATS
Fresh and Salted Meats
Always in Stock
Fresh Vegetables
in Season, at the
CITY MEAT MARKET
A. C.GRAMS
Proprietor
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