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The herald-advance. (Milbank, S.D.) 1890-1922, March 11, 1921, Image 4

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-a,*-*? -—tlToiii Election
tr following officers were elected
I III the various townships in the county
at the anmiftl election wWeh wa*
field March l:
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ADAMS
Supervisors—John R. Birch, Chair
man, Wm. Anderson* Herman Schultz
*.• Clerk—John Miller.
-v i Treasurer—Nels DaWe.
Assessor—Stephen Dillman.
1 Justice—A. T. Johnson.
Constables—Ed. Jensen, Ross Wim
ALBAN
Supervisor®—Carl Vogel, Chair
nan, Harvey Schafer, Fred Schwandt
s WiPW.
Treasurer—Henry Redeker.
Assessor—Frank Kosse.
u s i e A e a e e
1 Constables—Fred Schmidt
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Supervisor —Jas. P. Hefferman,
v Chairman Frank Schaffer, George
WcSc—1W.
D. Hal'
Treas,—Alfred Swaoson.
Assessor—Emiel Gerhardt.
%f. Justice—Geo. Yust.
Constable—Wm. Brbick
-Pound Master—W. D. Hal!.
rS'- BLOOMING VALLEY
Supervisors—C. O. Bronson, Chair
warn,
ae£t*
Nels A. Larson, Everett Dor-
X/h/ Clerk—Aug. Hovland.
V £».«• V Treas.—Anton A. Olson.
,rr Assessor—Arthur Jacobson.
itistices—Curt Adams, C. K. Moj?en
Constables—H. II. Jerde, Jacob
JBtainocker.
FARMINGTON
.. Jfetarns not available.
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GEORGIA
Supervisors— o s e E U s o n
Chairman, Alfred Landberg« Ed
Clerk—Theo. Dahlberg.
Treas.—C. E. Englund.
Assessor—L. P. Larson.
Justice— J. C. Jenson.
Constables—August Eliason, Got
frad Englund.
GRANT CENTER
Supervisors—D. R. Trapp, Chair
man, John Wright. John Fenncr.
Cleric—Geo. Oehler.
Treas.—Wm. Trapp.
Assessor—Chas.. Foss.
Justices—Aug. Tatsler, Harry Mar
tens.
Constable*—l,ouifc Maitww^ Qemi
Scfaerff. v.
K1LBORN
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Supervisors Herman Buttke,
Chairman, Carl Dienst, Herman Fer
Ler.
C3erk—Robt. W. Johnston.
Treas.—Fred Kruger, Jr.
W. Wilde.
V/ V LURA
Sapervisors—Andrew Lohner, Chaii
man, Ffmnk Rogge, Ernest Britrman
Clerk—C. V. Arnold.
R. Kettelhut
Assessor—F. T.Keathcote
Justices—John Maxwell, F. J. Klix
Constables—Albert Krause, E. A
Road Overseers—Andrew Lohner
Frank Rogge, Ernest Britzman.
MADISON
Supervisors—A. E. Sieverson, Chaii
MB,
C. W. Amsden, Ossian John-
Clerk—O. R. Manning.
Twas.—-Nds Nord.
Asswesor—JAn Nord.
Jwtkes—W. H. Re^s, N. T. Nel-
OiMhibles—E. J. Lynch, Ernest
HAZEPPA
SuppiMsers A. S. Bamberger,
OuiniMllt. M. M. Wartenbee, Hans
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Sswb.
Stoddanf.
Treasurer—H, Hauer.
i*. A. Zidsky.
-Nick Fath.
M5LR0S*
Sttp&WSOfTF—F. W. J. Fenner
Theo. R. Kahl, A. M.
flamfltoa.
4 Cterk—S. W. Stengel.
Henry Herman* /.&
Assessor—John Cam
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Z'flr Conptahle Fhner Sackreiter.
Ptrand Master—Julius Fietz.
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Chair
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STOCKHOLM
Supervisors—Emti Johnson,
man, C. F. Aronson, Tom.
i-up.
Cliair
Roth-
Clerk—Geo. W. Berg.
Treas.—C. L. Johnson. .,
Assessor—B. E. Berg.
Justice—O. P. Johnson,
Constables Jens. C. Nelson, David
Eclov.
TWIN BROOKS
Supervisors—G. A. Siegert, Chair
man, L. W. Larson. Frank Chaloupka
Clerk—F. A. Ulrich.
Treasj—John Bohn.
Assessor—Anton J. LupindL
Constable—John Fisha Sr.
TROY
Supervisors—Aug. Anderson, Chaii
man, Oscar Lindquist, C. W. Mil
brandt.
Clerk—S. R. Dahlberg.
'-.Treas.—Edw. Lindahl.
Assessor^—Elvie Lundberg.
Justices—C. E. Rydquisl
Johnson i
Constable?—Wiltte Lundberg,
F. Henderson.
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Pound Masters—N. J. Hedman. Ed
win Johnson, Arthur Hansen, Olof
Matt son.
VERNON
Supervisors—John Carlin, Chair
man, Edd. Bunting, Joseph Heller.
Clerk—Harry Stevens.
Treas.—Lawrence Heller.
Assessor—Herbert Bunting.
Justice—Rob Stengel.
Constable—William Skoogr."
Pound Master—Herman Vogelsang
Blrtbdty Celebration!
Age ami Infancy are Bmored on
Natal Days—Mrs. Greening
90—Lawrence Johnson, 6
On Tuesday evening last at the
home of Julius Greening of this city,
a number of the friends of Grandma
Louesa Greening gathered to assist
her in celebrating her ninetieth
birthday. The evening wa.s very
pleasantly spent in bringing to recol
tecion incidents of the pioneer days
and recounting happenings of former
years, and an interesting letter of
Dec. 5, 1878, was read, and a bou
quet of flowers was presented to
Grandma Greening by Mrs. Elizabeth
Bury on behalf of the Woman's Mis
sionary society of which she is pres
ident A nice lunch was served about
10 o'clock, and after music and sing
ing, prayer was offered by Rev.
Gaines, before the company adjourned
to their homes. Grandma Greening
was greatly pleased with the honor
shown her by this visit of her old
friends.
Another birthday party, where the
age of the recipient was somewhat
different, was that of little Lawrence
Johnson, son of Pott master and Mrs.
Johnson, who entertained a half
dozen of his little friends last Tues
day at a six o'clock dinner, in honor
of his sixth birthday. The tables for
the occasion were very prettily pre
pared and decorated, and the little
folks* had a very happy time ol it.
Cmdl rraceedlags.
Council Chambers, Milbank, S. D.,
Feb. 7th, 1921, 8:00 P. M.
At a regular meeting of the City
Council of the City of Milbank, S. D.
held on the above date the following
members responded to roll call
Aldermen. Goodman, Jurgens,
Nelson, Riley.
Absent: AW. Grams, Schneider.
Alderman Goodman. President of
the Council, presided.
Minutes of the regulat meeting
held on January 3, 1921, were read
and approved as read.
Report of the City Treasurer for
the month of January. 1921, was
tcad and on motion carried the same
•was accepted and ordered placed on
hie.
Mr. Aug. Fenner was, present vfith
complaint regarding placing of elec
tric light poles across his property
fn Park Avenue addition without his
permission. The President of the
council referred the matter to the
City Attorney for attention.
The bills were read and audited.
Motion made by Aid. Nelson, second
ed by Aid. Riley, that the bills be al
lowed and ordered paid bv warrant.
The roll being called on this motion
resulted: Ayes—Goodman, Jurgens,
Nelson, Riley Nays—none 2.absent,
whereupon the president of the Coun
cil declared the motion duly carried.
Following is a list of bills allowed:
Arofc^liza Mount, Interest on Reg.
Warrant ....... $ 35.00
Carnegie Library, apportiofe*
ment to fund... JjOO.OO
John Fenne?, interest on reft,
warrant 73.60
Mariah E. Snyder, interest 'i|C\
reg warrant 35.00
Ellen McPherson, interest on
reg. warrant.35.00
H. E. Ackerman, caring fot
hose and other labor... *. 6.30
A. A. Blomquist, salary for
January, 1921 35.00
A. A. Blomquist, witness fees 2.10
C. M. St. P. Rv Co., water
used Sept. and Oct., 1920.. §40.32
Farmers & Mer. Nat. Bank
Labor Certs cashed 42.20
G. O. Goodman, witness fees. 2.10
Chas. Jacques, witness fee$.. 2.10
John Geissinger, Salary Jan.
1921 05.00
F. A. Gaynor, witness Jees.. 2.10
Grant County Review, offic
ial printing 5.05
John Klvsen, care of septic
tank 15.00
Kelley Const. Co., balance of
contract -...,... 500.00
C.
E. McGowan Lubr. Co.,
mdse 5.95
Ed. A. Murray, Salary Jan.
1921 95.00
Jay Morrill, witness fees... 2.10
Milbank Power Co., Light &
pumping Jan. 1921 427.35
A. M. Nixon, witness fees.. *2.10
J. W. Ross, witness fees.... 2.10
Riley & Co., coal 19 21 to 12
29-1920 ».. 44.50
J. N. Safford, witness f$es.. 2.10
Chas. Sutcliffe, Salary Jan.
1921 100.00
Sheehan Saddlery Co., nicls% 5.50
Harvey Smith, ?3 Tc&ds graflj
....* 31.5
5
Jos. M. Salzle, mdse 1.25
L. W. Thirsk, mdse 8.80
Western Supply Co., smdse,
12, 2, 1920 21.00
The following resolution was pre
sented by Aid. Jurgens, who moved
its adoption, seconded by Aid. Nelson
"Be It Resolved That there is due
earned and owing to the Kelley Con
struction Company, the sum of Five
Hundred ($500.00) Dollars, as a fin
al and complete payment to said Con
struction Company {or and on ac
count of its contract with the City
of Milbank for the« erection and con
struction of an Ornamental White
Way on Main Street. And the City
Auditor is hereby directed and auth
orized to make saM p&^ment to said
Construction Company.*
The roll being called on above, res*
olution resulted as follows: Ayes—•
Goodman, Jurgens, Nelson, Riley
ELKAYS
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Many women are using good
judgment and making big
savings by renewing their
faded last year straw hats
with Elkay's Straw Hat Dye.
16 popular shades to select
from. It's remarkable how
easy it is to have a new hat
for a few cents whenever
you want it by using these
wonderful dyes.
...»
Sold sod guaranteed by
(I* J. Bleser Drug Co.
THE BfiXALL STOKE
milbank, so.d^k.
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Nays—none 2 absent, whereupon the
President of the Council declared the
Resolution duly adopted and passed.
Motion is made by Aid. Nelson,
seconded by Aid. Riley, that the St.
Bernard Hospital be furnished with
City Water free of all charge for
one year beginning Jan. 1st, 1921.
Motion carried unanimously.
No further business appearing, on
motion duly carried, the Qity Council
now adjourned.
TUAD. L. FULLER, Mayor.
A. A. BLOMQUIST,
City Auditor.
WrarlaD Sires Report
The library circulation statistics
show an increase of 300 volumns over
last year's report for the months of
November, December and January.
The greatest increase is seen in liter
ature, natural science and adult fic
tion.
The classified list of boolcs circulat
ed is as followst'
General works..» v 4
Philosophy.......... .. It
Religion...... 23
Sociology 2%6
Natural Science............ 181
Useful Art. 11G
Fine Arts 43
Literature 2119
History 89
Travel.. 137
Biography 160
Fiction 2356
Magazines.. 536
Pamphlets. 82
Total 6147
the children's statistics show a cir
culation of fiction of 1252 volumns,
which is far in excess of the literature
which was 1907 and the non-fiction
was 941. The quality as well as the
quantity of the reading leased has
been the best in the history of the
library for the above mentioned
months. Many of the gooti books
have been placed in circulation through
our cooperating with the schools a
every grade from the fourth up has
its list of required reading.
The new registrations were IK
adults and 195 juveniles making the
total number of patrons enrolled
1549.
The readers numbered 2970 o# whom
2420 were children.
The reference workers numbered
313. Requests for material were re
ceived from Waubay, Summit, Bis?
Stone and Beardsley and Crookston,
Minn. With our large file of maga
zines and the assistance of the state
.r,
Aberdeen
library commission, material was sup
plied for all topics. Many of the
books, most of the magazines, and all
the pamphlets ware leased as refer
ence material.
The Story Hour which has been giv
en every Saturday has had an aver
age attendance of 35. The children
have taken a very active part in the
motion songs and finger plays and
listened very attentively to the fairy
tales and true stories told. They
were greatly impressed when told of
the starving children of the Far East
and very quickly decided they would
help with their pennies and have con
tributed $1.86.
To the list of magazines for the
reading rooms has been added Radio
News, Science and Invention, Scrib
ners and Harpers Monthly. Ameri
can Boy magazine is presented to the
library each month by Howell Ful
ler, the PictJrial Review, Ruth Erland
son and McCalls magazine, Mrs. Ben
nett.
107 books have been added by pur
chase and 12 by gifts. 275 books have
been mended and 25 discarded on ac
count of their worn condition.
The high cost of binding and the ad
vance price of new books have forced
us to do all mending possible and to
economize as Minneapolis and St. Paul
libraries have, by buying only that
which was absolutely necessary.
Fifty Hart Schafftier & Manx
OVERCOATS
$75 $80 $85 $90 $95 $100
Now going at this amazingly low price
$37.50
We are proud of this purchase of burs, and
you'll say we have a right to be when you see
goods
These Coats are guaranteed as only HaTt* Schftffu^r &
Marx guarantee them- Satisfaction or your money back
SUNDAY SPECIAL
A Three Colored Cream.
From the makers holdings at
less than the cost of production
Tliis is the greatest piece of news we
have ever been able to publish
Overcoats made to sell at
The following new books were ord
ered in November and received in Jan
uary:
Dearborn—Influence of Joy.
Fitch—Play, Beau Brummel.
Hergesheinier—Linda Condon.
Johnson—The Gay Dombeys.
Lewis—Main Street.
Wkaitoau—Age of Infiocence.
Juvenile
Baker—Shasta of the Wolves.
Baker—Caotian of the S. I. G. S.
Bui lard—Tad and His Father.
Stowe Elements of Radio
tele
graphy.
Bucher—Practical Amateur Wire
less.
—Canfield Understood Betsey.
Diggs—Heros of Aviation.
Eastman—Indian Heroes and Great
Chieftains.
Eastman—Smoky Day and Wig
wam Evenings.
Hopkin—Sandman His Ship Stor
ies.
Had ry—Sea Stories tor Wonder
Eyes.
Lanier—Book of Bravery.
Lucas—Three Hundred Games aiwf
Pastimes.
Parkman—Boys Parkman.
Perrault—Fairy Tales.
Tiffany—Pilgrim and Puritan.
Yowge—Little Duke.
ICE CREAM
We are making a special for St. Patrick's
Day—Green and White bricks—in honor
of Ireland's patron saint.
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Milbank, S. D.
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Hurt Schaffner & Marx cloth&
Walk-Over Shoes
Cleaning, Pr&sing Dyeing Laundry Serviee Hats Blocked
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Milbank

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