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The most prevalent cause of falling hair is sluggishness of the action of the glands and blood-vessels 01 the scalp. Rub the scalp briskly with NYAL HIRSUTONt two or three times a week and note the resulting im provement. N. F. NELSON, Druggist. Once a Trial Always Nyal fieo. S. Rix Attorney at Law Lancls, Loans and Collection a Both Phfoes Bank of Cominefjo^ building Milbank So^th Dakota Robert D. Jones Attorney at Law Bouck building Milbank South Dakota S. S. Lock hart t*%L Insurance, Surety Bonds Phone No. 263. Office at Court House. Milbank South Dakota Thad L. Fuller LAWYEB Practices in all Court® Both Phones Milbank South Dakota Dr. Chas. Flett Physicians A Surgeons Telephone Block Phone &• Milbank, S. Or. A. E. DeTuncq Physician & Surgeon BO I'CK BLOCK Phones: Office 48 Residence 309R Milbank* S. Dak. G. H. LOWTHIAN, Physician and Surgeon. Surgery and Diseases of Women. MILBANK, S. D. TELEPHONE 78. Goodman & Hendrick Dentists ana Dental Surgeons Office in First National Bank bid. Grant County Phone No.64 Milbank South Dakota Dr. Frank Mittelstaedt DENTIST Office in Telephone bloc* Phone No. 188 MilU&nk South Dakota 4 GEO- C. KIRCHNER DENTIST & DENTAL SURGEON MILBANK. SO. DAK. Phone €2 Office in Bouck Block Dr. E. A. DORNBUSCH Veterinarian Office opposite the Manley Livery Barn Milbank, So. Dak Veterinarian Peter H. Canakis, D. V. IM. Deputy State Veterinarian Office, One door east of Llamel Bldg. Phone 53 Dayor night Delco Light Products Electric Light and Power tor the A C. R. MOSIMAN \EATS sh and Salted Meats Aiways i.i Stock K esh Vegetables Season, at the cm MEAT MARKET A- C. GRAHS Proprietor Local and Perminal Paragraphs A fine little baby girl came to make her home with the E. H. Duessing family last Sunday evening. Mrs. Albert Pflueger and little son of Ortonville were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Krause, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Flock and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Highfill drove to Wa tertown last week for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starr have moved into the house recently vacat ed by the Ed. Carrier family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Selgely of Re Villo spent a few dours in the city last Sunday. Call at the City Bakery for your Fresh Peanut Butter. We make it while you wait.'' We have a full line of Garden find Field seeds and urge you to come and get yours now. Thirsk's. Miss Hazel CahiJl visited relatives and friends in Albee Friday and Sat urday of last week. Robert D. Jones hhd little dautrh 4*r, Roberta, are visiting Watertown relatives this week. A letter from Hollywood, Cal., states that Mrs.. F. B. Roberts has been quite seriously ill during the past week or two. John Jurgens had his hand badly hurt in the manual training depart ment Of the puhlfifc school, Wednes day. Mrs. Thos. Finley and his mother, Mrs. Idla Finley, are visiting Mrs. Elton SutclifVe at Macintosh, west of the Missouri. Francis, the, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Larson, lias Ijeen tiuite seriously ill with an attack of bron chitis this week, but is improved at this time. A young snow storm visited the city Monday night and Tuesday to re mind us that we are not yet- out of the danger zone, but it did*"not last long. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sears arrived from Annapolis. Maryland, test Fri day to spend the Summer here with Mrs. Sears' parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Oehler, of this city. Mrs.! Sears will be remembered by Milbank friends as Miss May Oehler. W. W. Wright cut his left hand quite badly Tuesday morning while chopping wood. It was necessary to take eijrht stitches in the cut. Luckily neither thf artery nor the cord were severed. A newly sharpened ax was the cau^e^of the accident. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Riley received a telephone message last Saturday that a little daughter had been bom to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mertesdorf ot Vernon Center, Minn., and so this lately assumed dignity of Alderman Riley is accounted for in this newly won title of grandfather. Three licenses to wed were issued by County Clerk Liggett during this week, for two Big Stone couples and one Milbank couple. Gerhardt D. Brandt and Miss Bertha Lueck were issued a license, Lewis Rabe and Miss Hilda Bundtzen and William Ham mer and Miss Helena W. Brandt be ing the Big Stone people. The next meeting of the Boosters association will be held Monday even ing at the St. Hubert hotel and all members and all who wish to be come members are invited to attend. Senator Amsden, who has just re turned from Pierre, where he attend ed the session of the legislature, will give a talk upon the results and ac complishments of the session. Just received a car load of PRE MEIUM NUT COAL. Also all kinds of SOFT COAL. HOT STUFF. J. C. RAWSON. Mrs. D. Goer carried out a surprise on her sister, Miss Shannon, the li brarian, last Monday, for when the latter returned home from her after noon's work at the library she found a number of her friends gathered there and a most delectable four course dinner awaiting her. It is un necessary to state that the affair was heartily enjoyed by all of the guests and grealy appreciated by Miss Shannon. W. H. Wernli, deputy state revenue collector arrived in Milbank yester day and will be here for the next four days, the 11th, 12th, 14th and 15th of this month. He will assist anyone fn making cut his income ta* return. Every per?on who has not made out his return and who wishes assistance should not fail to go to Mr. Wernli, who will have offices at the court house on these dates. Friday. Feb. 18th the Makocha rlub met at the home of Mrs. Ross. Miss Lois Snyder gave a most in teresting .ideographical talk on South Dakota. Friday, March 4th, the club met with Mrs. Thad Fuller. "Pad erewski—the Man und Musician" was the topic of an excellent paper by Mrs. Robert. Jones. Mrs. Frank Boerger handled her topic, "The Pol ish Immigrant In America" in a very interesting manner. Reporter. Miss Mildred Holmes of Butler, S. D., spent the week end with her par rents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Holmes of this city. v a At the meeting of the Farm Bureau Directors last Friday the directors voted to recommend $30 to $40 per month as proper wages for farm he^p during spring work. Gus Yonker, one of the old timers in Big Stone, was up at the county seat for two or three days the first of the week, the guest of his daughter Mrs. M. Nixon. Mrs. Mary Bryan, of Huron* the Grand Worthy Matron of the Order of Eastern Star in this state is to|.' visit Esther chapter in this city on Saturday of next week, March 19th. Mrs. Julia Lindquist, of the Ladies S o e u n e a s w e e k o i cago, where she had been making se- Mrs. Geer who has been spending the winter months with her mother, Mrs. Shannon, left for her home in East End, Canada, Tuesday night. She will spend two weeks in Aber deen with her sister, Mrs. Nuna Tru man before going north. Mrs. Sarah Fan set, who had been spending the winter with her daugh ter, in Monroe, Louisiana, returned home the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. M. Kelsey, who went to Louis iana with her, left her at St. Paul and returned to their Canadian home. GRAIN MARKETS. Wheat, No. 1 Nor I 1.42 No. 2 Nor .. 1.37 No. 3 Nor 1.26 No. 4 Nor X.19 No. 5 No 1.05 Flax 1.46 Kye 1,121 Oat# .,*31 Barley J45 Shelled Corn .40 EVERYBODY'S WANTS. FOR SALE—Strictly modern seven room house, one block from school house. Inouire at this office. 3\v24 I have setting eggs of the E. B. Thompson Imperial Ringlet Barred Plymouth Rock chickens for sale. $1 00 for a setting of 13 eggs. rs. A. K. Crawford.. FOli SALE—Strictly modern six room house one block east ol' Cath olic school. Bargain if taken at once. Mrs. Christian Oehlers. SEED CORN FOR SALE—Good Yel low dent for $3.00 i\ bushel. Sample can be seen at First National Bank, Merchants National Bank and Paul Kohler's office. D. E. DeVries. FOR SALE—A Gray gasoline engine1 --2 H. P.—in good condition. Has been used in this office up to the time we installed an electric motor and ha had good care. An investigation w ill show you that it will be a good buy. Priced right. Come in and look it over. THE HERALD-ADVANCE MIGHTY SLAUGHTER SALE We are conducting a big slaughter sale at the present time, and offer our patrons the folldwing buying op portunities: Heavy Ih-eeching Harness,:... $69.0Q Heavy Back Pad Harness.... $49.00 1'4 inch Halters. $1.25 Hame Straps 25« Collar Straps 20c Breast Straps #1.4.» Collars as low as $2.00 Prices slaughtered on everything in our line. SHEEHAN SADDLERY CO. Milbank, South Dak. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OK Bank of Commerce of Milbank, S. D. At the Close of Business February 21,1921. Date of call by Examiner March 7th. ItKCI. Dale of Kepoit by Bauk Mtircb 10, 1921, RESOURCES Loan*and Discount*.'... 28«,W.ST Overdrafts.. 73.4 Stocks and Bonds.. ,.... i,B0U.0» Exp'-ne** Int. paid... 3.161^.4^ Bhi kingHoase and Fixtures 7,300.(Hi RM ire Due from Banks $85,340 07 Cbecka and Drafts lor Clearing 419.20 Cash on Hand Currency............ 85100 Gold .. 3B7.50 Silver 378.'fi6 Minor Coin..,. Cash Items 00. Total Catib Assets 37,55.11 74 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ as ontu* Surplus Fnii# 5 ouo. i Undivided Profits...,,. 5 4«l Hills Ptt.tttble .... 50 if 6.i1 Deposit- Deposits subject to cberk. 46.1 a Id Having Depots ,i.,SI 818.% rertiflert ChwKs ...... CM-hwV Che 1 Due lo her Bm km.- '. IM Tune i vrtillca es y,.l 3.4«S. 2 i* poAiiiire'Un rtj *a.. 03 Total T-.»«I Stat* of South Dik'im, Comity or tir f,- I P. fJtuno-'.1'asbter rvf »h 1 v hank,do Mlemnly swear thai the v» St..» ment iairw*' hi- »»eHt oi i»v kit. wftfge belief. L. Gunnoji •'^nhici. rrrt»t Attest: J. i' i .. hi CTw.. rectors)! Snbscrtberi end worn to oefo e me tiiiclOt day of March, IH4I. H. A. Martetie, Notnr^ P.i'i' coiim*lesion txp i« N v, .. AT THE CHURCHES. EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION Sunday morning service, 10:00 a. m. Sunday School, 11:00 a. m. The Y. P. A. meets at 7:00 p. m. Preaching service, 7:30 p. m. A cordial welcome is extended to all. Wm. Gaines, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday, March 13. Sunday School—10:00 tu jn. The Sunday School is continually growing. We are using material that is especially adapted to the different ,, ... ages, the entire school being thorough -j lections of spring and summer goods, Presence."—Wilson. and ha? been busy since adding a number of improvements anil conven iences to the shop. 6 graded. There are classes for all ajrcs. Boys and girls classes separ ate. Lessons vital and instructive. Morning Service—11:00 a. m. Subject: "The Christian's Goal." Anthem: "In The Secret of His Junior Endeavor—3:00 p. m. Senior Endeavor—6:30 p. m. Topic: "What is Religion" Leader: Donald Flett. The Endeavor contests started last Sunday night with a bang. The blues and reds are striving for suprem acy. So far the race is about even. Come and help your favorite color. Evening Service—7:30 p. m. MSubject: "God and the Nations." Anthem: "Great is the Lord." Everyone most cordially invited. Carl P. Bast, Minister* METHODIST CHURCH We are now in the second week of our evangelistic effort. The past week has been a good one, and this promises to see larger results. With few exceptions the services have been well attended. The crowds have en joyed greatly the solos by Mrs. Mc Michael and her splendid leadership in music. Her afternoon addresses have been timely as well as interest ing, and will doubtless be productive of much good to the community. The songs and prayers and gospel mess age each night have already horn 4'ruit. New visions of the real mean ing of life have come to some during these days. Some have sought and found the pardoning love of our Saviour, while many have a richer Christian experience and a firmer grip on the fundamental truths of the Christian life. For all of which we give "Thanks" to God. It is quite probable that these services will close this Sunday evening. The services for the remainder of the week are: Friday 4:00 p. m., Mrs. McMichael will speak on the subject "The Child and Its Rights." This is a subject everybody should hear dis cussed. At 7:30 the topic will be "The Greatest Question Ever Asked" There will be no services Saturday. Sunday Services— Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. Epworth League Devotional Service 6:30 p. m. Evangelistic Ser vice, 7:00 p. m. A place and a Wel come for all. Come. Morning subject: "Our Need of Refuge," Evening subject: "Why Man is Lost." The public is invited to all these services. A welcome for you. Rev. F. H. Ray, Pastor. We have Timothy Seed, 99 per cent. Pure at 8 cents per pound. Thirsk's. $14. For Sale Several Hundred pairs of MY liUIIII LADIES SHOES, Assorted sizes at 40 per cent cheaper than ONE LOT OF SILK SHIRTS Sizes 14 1-2 to 16, fortner price $12, now, including tax $6.80 A line of Dress Goods and Silks just received from the manufacturers. Beautiful goods at prices 40 or 50 per cent less than last year. FISH FISH Erlandson & $1.50 for $1.00 ANDREW LARSON Tailor nri *1 u All kinds of fish, canned or in bulk, for Lent. Try a pound of our 25 cent Coffee and see it it ispX.Jjjjpst what you have been wishing for Now if you don't buy another thing we want you to take home a pound of our famous 99 Tea. It is the best on earth and -the best- In water. When you have tried it you will real* ize why it is the cheapest tea you can buyi One pound for 90 cents. Granite Co. leeti The annual meeting of the ICalof^ any Granite corporation was hdd Monday evening, and an adjournment taken to Friday, March 26, to per mit of a larger attendance, said it Is hoped that all stockholders will present at the coming meetings -V '4 That's what you get when, you buy of me. Trousers All sizes and colore both for work and dress at less than cost. $5.00 Trousers now $3 50 $10.00 Trousers now $7.50 Chamois and Sheep-lined Leather and Vests at final Clean-up sale, going at last year FISH bm FOR SALE—A Gray gasoline —2 H. P.—in good condition. been used in this office up to the fftnap we installed an electric motor and? had good care. An investigation wflB show you that it will be a good bay„ Priced right. Come in fetal look ft ovei. HE HERALD-ADVANCE" Cloth $9 to *k% r*-l At ,'? i nfV "1