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C. M. & ST. P. TIME TABLE
East Bound
No. #, local 10:20 a.
No. 6, local 12:21 a. m.
a. m.
jte Jp.
No. 18, Columbian....... 8:45
Not Olympian 4:30
West Bound
No. 1, local 4:17 p. m.
No. 3, local .....1:15 a. m.
No. 15, Olympian ..5:25 p. m.
N#. If, Columbian 3:51 a. JHt.
T.lilbank-Sisseton Line
P.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
4:45 g:50 Lv. Milbank Ar. 3:30 9:00
5 15 $:25 *Lv. Corona At*. 2:40 8:35
6:40 9:55 Lv. Wilmot Ar. 2:00 8:13
6:10 10:30 Lv. Peever Ar. 1:10 7:4?
6:40 11:05 Lv SJssetonAr 12:30 7:15
S. S. Lockhart
Law, Land, Insurance, Surety Bonds
Phone No. 253. Office at
Court House.
Mtlbank South DaktHH
Robert D. Jones
Attorney at Law
Bouck building
MILBANK SO. DAKOTA
ThadJL. Fuller
LAWYER
Practices in all Courts
Both Phones
MJlbenk Soutb Dakota
Geo. S, Rix
^Attorney at Law
Lands, Loans and Collections
Both Phones
Bank of Commerce building
Stilba&k South Dakota
G. H. LOWTHIAN,
Physician and Surgeon.
Surgery and Diseases of Women.
MILBANK, 8. B.
TELEPHONE 78.
Dr. A. E. DeTuncq
Physician & Surgeon
BOL'CK BLOCK
Phones: Office 48 Residence 309R
Milbank, S.^Dak.
Dr. Frank Mittelstaedt
DENTIST
Office
in
Telephone bloc*
Fhone No. 18h
Mi.bank South Dakota
GEO. C. KIRCHNER
DENTIST & DLNTAL SUUGEON
MILBANK, SO. DAK.
Phone 62 Office in Bouck Block
Goodman & Hendrick
Dentists and Dental Surgeons
Office in First National Hank bid.
Grant County Phone No.H4
MILBANK SO. DAKOTA
Dr. E. A. DORNBUSCH
Veterinarian
Ofhce opposite the Manley
Livery Barn
Milbank, So. Dtfn
Dr. Chas. Flett
Physicians & Surgeons
Over Post Office
Phone 19 Milbank, S.
Veterinarian
Peter H. Canakis, D. V. M.
Deputy State Veterinarian
Office,
One door east of
Ltamel Bldg.
Phone 53
Dayor night
Delco Light
Products
Electric Light and
Power tor the
A
C. R. IV!
OS
I
MAN
Milbank.
MEATS
Fresh and Salted Meats
Always in Stock
Fresh Vegetables.
in Season, at the
CITY \EVT MARKET
A. C. GRAMS
proprietor*
The Herald-Advance, $2.00 per year
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kittenbeil are
enjoying a visit from their daughter
Mts. Amelia Caldwell, who#© home
is in Astoria, Oregon.
The Ladies Aid of the Salem lu
theian Church will meet on Friday
afternoon, July 81h, at the home of
Mr. and Miv=. Godfrey Johnson. Vis
itors are always welcome.
W. J. Gruse, who has been teach
ing in Garden City during Jie past
year, arrived home la3t*%®ek to spend
the summer vacation.
Charlie Molander, the telegraph
operator, attended the annual meeting
of the national body of train dis
patchers at Kansas City last month.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. deWerd and son
^Jobn Mid daughter, Miss Christine,
£!eft {Saturday morning for Minneapo
lis and Minhesmta points where they
.planned to impend a week or two vis
iting: They made the trip by auto.
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Mr. J. C. Rawson and his two
daughters, Btrnice and Ada, made a
trip to Minneapolis last Tuesday,
motoring to the city. Mr. Rawson
returned by rail, and Dr. Robert Raw
son will return with the young ladies.
Mrs. Charles Bing!-am returned
from Minneapolis Wednesday. Her
daughter, Miss Gladys, also spent the
week end in the city returning Mon
Ldy.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Coons returned
last week from a two weeks' motor
ing trip to points in Minnesota, Wis
consin and Iowa.
Waubay Clipper: Mrs. E. A. Thor
•berg of Bismarck, N. D., and Miss
Esther Claik of Valley City, N. D.,
are here to spend part of the sum
mer with their parent® .Mr. and Mrs.
K. Claik. Mr. and Mrs. Clark
met them in Abenleen Tuesday, hav
ing autoed there with E. A. Baldwin.
Don't forget the Baby Conference
in the Fanners' room at the Court
House, Saturday, July $th at 2 p. m.
lor the purpose of weighing and
measuring bubies and instruction as
to their care. Mothers having babies
under twTo years of age come and
bring the little ones. The conference
is under the direction of Miss Beagin,
County Nurse.
Horace Davidson, one of the orig
inal settlers of Marvin, who for a
{tniple of years has !een living at
Terry, Mont., was in town Tuesday,
attending to some business matters.
He expects to go back to Montana in
a short time, as he iikes the country
cut there and is enjoying good health
as he gets acclimated.
Charles Simmons, one of the old
time residents of Milbank, now of
Minneapolis, and who has been in
the fmploy vi tire Empire Elevator
Co. for nearly thirty years, was meet
ing old Milbank friends Tuesday
while in town. Mr. Simmon's father
was sheriff here in 18S1-2.
The board of education have made
arrengments to lease the Odd Fellows
buildinc lor two years for the ac
commodation of the second grade.
With some slight improvements the
room will afford a very excellent
grade room until new school build
ings can be erected.
Peppy music by Browns Valley
Orchestra at the Dreamland, Satur
day July i)th.
Among our Milbank people who
have been down at Chautauqua Park
spending the week, have been Rev.
Kay and family and J. A. Fuller and
%'ife ar.d M\v. A. M. Abbot and Mrs.
W. Louschau and Mrs. W. B. Saun
ders, the Ed Emanuel, sr., A. L. Con
right find Gust M'ttelstaedt familes
have taken xip their residences in
their cottages for a prolonged stay.
A ten year old boy at Fredrick was
instantly killed. The house was
blown down upon him as he attempt
ed to get into the' basement. The
memorial arch at Ipswich was blown
down. Many people were injured in
the .storm area.
A large humber of motor travelers
have been passing thru on the Yel
low Stcne trail during the week. The
f=tars are from all the various states
of the union, and some of them are of
peculiar contrivance Tuesday a
couple of young men arrived from
Pennsylvania, in a. Ford with two en
gines, the engine room having been
lengthened out to accommodate the
two engines.
Mr, George Soule of Corona, came
down from Aberdeen Tuesday after
noon, where he had been called by
the death of Mrs. Soale's mother,
Mrs. C. Draves, who was in the
80th year of her age, and who died
on Friday, the 1st inst. The funeral
look place on the 4th. Mrs. Soule
remains at Aberdeen to comfort her
father, who is in the 90th year of
his agfc. The Draves were early res
idents of Wi!mo^, ar.d lived in Rob
erts county since its first settlement.
.4 h-ad wind storm that developed
ir.to a tornado in the vicinity of Ab
eideen last Saturday night, caused
i-Jeveral hundred thousand dollars,
damage to property in its wake. Tha
new buildings of the Tri-state Fair
association wfere badly wrecked, caus
ing a loss of $40,(K)i to the associa
tion, and a number of store fronts
the city were blown in as well as
RAIVA^- T'
Local and Personal
tiec-
perty.
AR.D
olhc.
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Bill Doughe, ly's Jazz-hounds at the
Dreamland Saturday July 9th.
John Gullick was a Fourth of July
visitor at the Watertown celebration.
J. C. Sorenson spent the Fourth
with his family in Minneapolis, where
:hey have been livinff the past month.
C. V. Stair and wife left Saturday
of last week for Huron where they
-pent the holiday with the parents of
Mr. Starr. Mr. Starr returned Tues
day but his wife remained for a long
er visit.
A. L. Nelson accompanied the de
Werd family as far as Dawson Sat
urday mojning, where he met the par
ents of Mrs. NeUon, who drove up
from Iowa.
A. L. Jenson retorawl to Milbank
from Hutchinson, Minn., where he
spent a week. Mrs. Jcn-on, who ac
companied Mm,
remained for a
longer
visit.
We carry Artist's Mounting Board
in Stock in Grev, Brown and Green.
raid-Advance office.
Mrs. Paul Emerson and daughter,
Lila, returned from Mineapolis Friday
where they were called by the birth
of a daughter to the home of Howard
Emerson. Both mother and daughter
are doing fine, and Mrs. Emerson is a
proud grandmother. Lila expects to
return later for a two weeks visit.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Johnson and
daughter, Miss Scharlote, of Fort
Dodge, Iowa, the parents and sister
of Mrs. A. L. Nelson arrived Sunday
for a few days visit at the Nelson
home. They plan to make the return
trip the latter part of this week, go
ing by way of Minneapolis and thru
Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson will
accompany them as far as Granite
Falls.
George Burke' who was for sev
eral years proprietor of the St. Hu
bert hotel, was in town last Satur
day on his way east to Chicago.
Mr. Burke now located at Portland,
Oregon, where he is engaged in
buying and selling hotel properties,
and is very much enthused over
Portland as a plade of residt^ice.
Miss Edith Brannon, who has
been teaching in the schools of
Miles City, Montana, but who is at
her home here en joying her vaca
tion. received word recently that
she has been elected to a position in
the Missoula, Montana, schools.
Dr. J. P. Jenkins, of St Paul,
agent for Weslevan University of
Mitchell, passed thru Wednesdry
on his way to Big Stone to confet
with the Methodist people at the
camp meeting.
The Misses Cora and Ruby Wil
cox, Mrs- C. Lewis and Mrs. A
Larson are camping out at Linden
Beach this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Swenson and
family spent the 4th with relatives
at Labolt.
Prof. Will VanWalker, super
intendent of the Mobridge
schools, has been visiting bis
Milbank friends during the
week.
Mr. Hugh Wood, who is con
nected with a ^mercantile estab
lishment in Mott. N. D., is just
now spending the week with his
father and sister at the old home
in Milbank.
H-A
(Publication, Julv 8 to 15—2w)
NOTICE FOK BIDS
Notice is hereby given that oids
will be received by the Ecard of Edu
cation of Milbank Ind. School Dist.
until July 29 ch, 1921 for ten tons of
bes tHard Stove Coal, to be deliver
ed in bins at I. O. O. F. Hall in a
mounts and at times specified by the
Board of Education.
A. R. ALLEN, Clerk.
By authority of the Board of Educa
tion.
H-A
The Herald-Advance, $2.00 per year.
EVERYBODY'S WANTS,
WANTED—Table boarders in private
home. Call 144R.
FOR SALE- —About 53 feet of heavy
wire netting 6 ft. 10 in. high, former
ly used in post* office. Also 12 sack
bag holder for post office use. Will
be sold cheap. Enquire at Herald
Advance office.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED—A good
competent woman or girl to take
care of house work and one who has
no objection to taking care of children.
For further particulars inquire at this
office.
COMMON WITCH HAZEL
FIXE FOR SORE EYES
It is surprising how quickly eye in
fimation is helped by common
witchhazeJ, camphor, hydra^tis, etc.,
as in Lavoptik eye wafdi. One
elderly lady, v.'ho had been troubled
with chronic eye inflammation for
many yearsVsfs greatly helped in tr -o'
day--. We gauurantee a *myll bottle
of Lavoptik to help ANY CAMC weak,
strained or ir,Homed eye=. Aluminum
eye cup TREE. N. J. Elfccr Dn'f Co.
W Ji-
A bihv boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Chris Jenson south of Twin
Biooka, Thursday morning.
Miss Maui Farnham, who is one of
the ir.s'auctors in the sciu ols of Moose
heart. 111., arrived horne the fir. of
the week to peni the summer vaca
tion with her mochMr.- L. L. Farn
ham.
Mi^s Edm rhin.imtn, who is em
ployed in the war record deuarlmert
of Hennepin .oim1y at Minneapolis,
enjoying a or two visit at
her home here.
The Methodists' Sunday school en
joyed a picnic at Hartford Beach last
Wednesday. The Baptist society of
Corona also picniced ot Hartford on
the same day, and being challenged
:o a game of ball by the Methodists
beat the latter by a score of 20 to 8.
AUTO PAINTING—I am making a
specialty of painting, varnishing
and top-dressing automobiles. If you
wish any work ilk this line phone me
at 251-S,
4n46 Sheridan Gardiner
H-A
No. 6473
Report of the Coadition of the
First National Bank
of Milbank
At the Close of Business
June 30, 1921
RESOURCES*
Lo&ne and Discounts 1680,763.44
jiotee ii ilie rediBc'd
with K iSm.k 8#,546.17 M1,21S
'»II«J TT 'anKs
Bank of Commerce
of Milbank, S. D.
JkJt the Close of Business on
June 30, 1921
Pate of call by Exami )cr n!y 1W1
Date of .Report by bank July t, 1921,
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts
Overdralt*
Expense and interest psid
Brinking House and Fiituree
Due from Ranks ... jS'i.Titil .09
Ch* ks
ai.U
..S25',\39.41
tie 7o
11 ,X46 Wi
7,moo
(.riitts forcler'g
101
52
Currency 1.805.00
(iold 50
Silver £f!4 .CO
Minor coie..
10d
Total Casli Assets
10
Toal
Capital stock
Sui(litis Fund
Undivided Profits
Bii.a Payable
No-, ee reciiecotintcd
Depieits
Deposits siibj»ct to check$Jr).2S8
Snvinsf Deposits
C^rtilifl 'ir«-fks 1.4-0 (HI
Cu»bi'i
}5,7i2.n
$307,984.91
LIABILITIES
$
'J5.00o.lN i
5.000.HI
11,710 41
63.000
OCCUPATION FOR THE
27
Overdraft?, unsecured 1,97Q.
V S. BODtie— to etc u re cir
culation 40 000.00
AH other Uiiited States
eovermiieut MH-nritee... M,960.00 fl04,050.00
Other boiide, stocks,secur
itiee l*,412
Value o! OatikitJK bonee 10 (N)U.(Kt
Komiture uud F.xtnree 7,343 76
Lawful reserve with Federal Reeerve
B«iik 30.288.tia
Caeh in vtuiJt and due from national
ONI-IK*
22,030.
Checks u Dunks in same city 810.f.j
Otileide ciiecke, and other caeh items Hit.45
Redemption Fund with U S treaeurer 000.00
Profit *Lo«* 7.734.71
Total $'.44,:tttt.23
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock fj0.000.00
Surplus iund
Circulating notes ontetar
15.OW.OU
dnip
40,000.00
Net amounts d..e to National banks lU'fiS.M
and bankers *01 ,rn
Cashier's checks—oiHetatdiiJi.' IM.473.M
Individual a^posits 8'it.ject to cMfflfc
Hk,I
57.07
Certificates of Deposit ilMl'-i.-JO
Other tiine deposits— envious K.6J9 10
t*. 8. gov. eecitnhes borrowed tf0,JU0.00
Bills )avah e other than with
Federal Reserve Hank 75,000.00
Bills Payable with Federal R. BM| 51,H20.(0
Total V44.«!i 23
St«M of Sontu Dakita, County of Gran,—
1, Frank Buerger, Cashier of the above
noued baiik do so'ennily swear that the ahovt
atat*u- e*JT fs trite to the best of my knowledge
und belief.
FRANK BOEEGKH, Cashier
Ben Moeer
Correct attest R. A. Berber
c. Middle'irook
Subscribed and sworn to toeivre me this fth
day of Jnly,
Thad L. Fuller. Notary Public
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
Green Olives
.0"
7,0t)0.0i-
86
S.ool w4
Due to other Banks
Tune Ccitilicates 115.S57.2S
Depositors' Gnarauly fd.. ,7tt
Total
I9t5,2$ i r,.
*, Total S307,!)-4.91
State of Sooth Dakota. Cotmty of Grant— ss
Ootrei Attest: J. C, Fan nun.
(Two Directors) A -J. Pstri(ii'e.
I, P. L« Gannon. Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear thai the above State
mentis true to the ueet of nav knowledge and
belief.
P. L. Gannon. Casbier.
!Sub®crit.»ed sod sworn to u^fore me this ':h
dayofjuly, 1B21.
H. A. Martens
Notary Public.
|ff commission expires Nov..ii'24.
Arctic Nightfe
Viewed eol.'ly ns a luiitlor of optic*.
the arctic night is as dark as any night
Explorers in bi^h latitudes say. how
ever, that there r.re many alleviations
of the obscurity. The stars flash keen
ly, the moon comes along in a repu
12ar succession of phases, the snow sur
face relieves the gloom under eomli
tions of the utmost absence of light,
and the aurora borealis is the finest
kind of Illumlnant. Explorers all agret
t!mt their men pass the winter nigh!
w^h.out uych dilliculty if only Uitrc
are means of amusement.
True Art.
frowning n famon» ar
ti.'t j\as tran^f.-n-'ng to canvas
iutiful .:.'.aLu:l scene before h'tu
*'.rd furiously' wishing t!ia^ the
tii or who was breathing do\yn the
t'rek of liis necli would go away. I'.rjt
that specrator was a "sticker." "Mar,,'
he said presently, "did ye never think
t"• study photography?** "No,"
snapped the artist, as he went on
painting. "I ponder at that noo.''
said the spectator,. "It's n hantic
qr. f^er a» well's bein' ruuir like the.
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C.
N. J. Bleser,
V. President
BORED
to Tltow Who Find Time Hanging
|/$!#(fcvy on Their Hand* Writer
V Recommends Washing Dog.
Those who find the days tedious
may discover a diverting hour in the
back-porch sport of washing the dog.
After an hour of this, persons who
have been bored to extinction have
been known to feel real pleasure in
just sitting still for two whole days,
with hands folded and eyes closed
just sitting.
The hard .part is to catch the ant- i
mal. Somehow that jolly instinct
which Mother Nature has given dumb
brutes seems to inform him that all
is not well. He who usually leaps
forward with wagging tall at a friend
ly lift of the eyebrow will at this im
portant moment regard his owner with
a reproachful look that is quite be
yond description. You hftve to see the
look, and try to catch the hound, in
order to appreciate it. Some favoi
the seductive smile and the velvet
voice as the best means of coaxing
the creature to draw near. Person
ally, I favor the ever-ready appeal to
the stomach. Dogs may be long on
sentiment, but they are never so emo
tionally Inclined as when in full sight
of a piece of juicy me*t
We will assume that you havt
caught him, however, and have started
to drag him toward his doom.
Here it is that one notices for the
first time the strange relation of the
canine species to the mule family.
If your dog has long ears, you will
detect no difference whatever. Some
dog fanciers declare that even the
St. HUBERT CAFE
yj Baked Chicken, Sage Dressing
Special Sunday' Dinnar, July 109 M21
Served from 12 to 7 o'clock P. M.
TO Cents per Cover
MENU
Cbicken Broth with Rice
Salmon Cake
New Potatoes Creamed Green Peas, Creamed
Parker House Rolls
Cabbage Salad
Vanilla lee Cream
Ceff
ee
Farmers and Merchants
National Bank
Oldest and Largest Bank in Grant County
The Officers and Directors of this Bank modestly
yet with pride and satisfaction, call public attention? to
its long and honorable record of thirty-eight years cdf
careful and conservative banking.
For thirty-eight years, through each period of
financial depression, this bank has always paid its de
positors in cash for any and all amounts they
to withdraw, no matter if their certificates of deposit
were due, or not, and we will continue this fair
treatment to all our depositors.
Some of the reasons why your deposits in this beo&
are absolutely safe:
t. Our larg« Capital and Surplus
Stockholders Liability
Total S ISO,'
2. This Bank being a member of ths Fodoral Rmrvt
Y 3. Experience, ability and reputation) of our Officer*
Directors
4. Financial responsibility "of our ^thirty-flvo ttorkhnlifiH f»
ovor ONE MILLION DOLLARS.I
We offer you every reasonable safe banking- serv
vice and guarantee our officers personal attention
all business intrusted to this bank. fe.
Phil
Saunder*, Otto B. Schwrnfc
President ••:#.« .. AMt. C*»k~
Alio AMei
E. K. Benedict, Cash. $
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bark sounds braylsh, a fact far
the author cannot vouch.
When the hound has at taet fewafc
dragged to the edge of tlr tafr mt
basin, the best adviseif m«vr
tackle him around the waist usmt famj*:*
in with him. You'll get tfrtPiftrfl,
anyhow, so what does ft metter? Tttai*
real sport begins at this prtfnt, aoflfvf
usually continues untfF fritoti
playfully swirls his soapy tmV iscfc
your eye. Authorities agree tMa*
is the best time to capitulate?. Tooa
may not have succeeded
ExasperatlngL
Mrs. Subhub—Men are- a*
lng.
Mrs. Dosay—What It fir
now?
"My husband saw Ladjr
yesterday, and I asked bte wler#
had on. and he replied,
—Answers. London.
Foreign and Domestic
"Did you try any of
brew' experiments?"
"Once," admitted Uncle BfW MMi»
top. "The result was ttMatfsftwtwqi*
It turned out to be one of
yeast problems.**
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him who's master here, anttf ifcafJB
something, anyhow.
I'esides. when the family gattt***
about and asks you if the hmvsri Mu
tually got a bath, no one wriV &im*
dispute your word for It that tlr? op**
eration was signally sueeessfuf. Hfer
spite of all evidence to th»
—and I say evidence attvfseflly
will agree that Rwer I* ef«a« ttk
whistle. Otherwise someone
have to try it again.—Boste&
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