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Telephone your new s. N. 7.
C. V. ErlamLun ami JLli ol
the Erlandson and John,-on :"c.. -.v
on tHr :--h4: li?t this \ve#k.
ov«1 i'-ank a'Mi »h.- t.
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having1 hati al ot their cniidren
sick a week were theinseives
taken doWn v r.ii the flu durir**1 .h?
past week.
Aberdeen Journal: It. J. Madera left
Tuesday for points in the eastern
part of the state on matters of by si?,
ness in the vocational training super
vision of the veterans' bureau.
Bulk Cocoa, 19c per lb., Japanese
hulless pop corn 10c 11., Dates 10c
per package. Cash Grocery.
J. M. Salzle, Prop.
Mr. and Mrs. John Roth of Alban
made a visit to Bir Stone last'Satur
day to see Mrs. Roth's father, Mr. C.
LorafF, who is 86 years of aRe. Mr.
Loraf vvas one of the first settlers in
the county, coming here in iNTij, and
settled on the Whetstone creek a cou
ple of miles west of what is now Rig
Stone City.
Nature intended that you should
eat what you want. You can do it if
you take Tanlac. N. J. Bleser Drug
Co.
Judge S. S. Locfchart became the vic
tim to the prevailing epidemic of fiu
or bad colds and had to go to bed for
a couple of days last week. During
the week among others who have been
taken flown are Mr. and" Mrs. J. A.
Fuller, Mrs. Sophia Nixon, Mrs. Fred
lay. J. C. Haw son, Irvine Fatridge,
Mrs. G. T. Oehler, and Alferd Nelson
of the Herald-Advance force.
Occident Flour sold by Lloyd W.
Thirsk.
The women's bible class of the M. E.
church held their monthly social meet
ing at the E. H. Lindsley home Tues
day evening and a very enjoyable time
was had by all in attendancQ. It was
discovered that the date wiw also the
forty-fourth anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. Lindsley's wedding, and this fact
greatly added to the hihui'.x of the
occasion.
A private letter received from the
J. O. Andrews family at Mankato,
Minn., states that Mrs. Andrews, who
had been in a very serious condition,
was considerably improved, so much
so that the daughter. Miss Bonnie had
been able to return to her work as in
structor in Drake college at Des
Moines, la., this week and Mrs. An
drews was to be removed from the
hospital to Dr. Andrews home Judge
Andrews expects to remain with her
for some time.
EVERYBODY'S VVAATS
FOR SALE—Choice residence lot with
sewer, sidewalk and water conven
ience Priced reasonably. Inquire
at the Cash Grocery.
J. M. Salzle, Prop.
We cafry Artist's Mounting Board
Siv Stock in Grey, Brown and Green.
JBterald-Advance office.
Get Cash
FOR
YOUR EGGS
AT THE
Cash Grocery
I. M. SALZLE.
WE OFFER YOU
nothing but herdy,
Dakota-grown nur
s e y s o k O u
fruit trees, orna
mentals and forest
trees are absolutely
hardy. The* are
grown here. Cill oil or
writ* lie your ne«d#.
MILBANK NU ISERIES
MILBANK. S D.
Local and Personal Paragraphs
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TK rehie I.owthian family visilrsj
at the home of Mrs. Lowthum's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gist at Or
tonvHle, last Saturday and Sunday.
3. B. Koepke who has been visit
ing at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. August Mittelstaedt for
some months, left for her home at Se
attle last Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Harper came to
spend last Sunday in Mil bank at their
home here. Mr. Harper is engaged at
Webster just now examining the coun
ty- records.
We pay cash for cream and eggs.
Lloyd W. Thir»k.
Mrs. waiter Lowthian and Mrs. H.
Souder were hostesses to a number
lady friends last Tuesday evening
at Mrs. Lowthian's home. A most de
lightful evening of Nula Grand was
enjoyed. Mys. Julia Lipdqukt and
Mrs. Logan Prevev were the prize
winners.
From coast to coast Tanlac is known
and honored and millions have taken it
and pronounced it the greatest medi
cine of all times. N. J. Bleser Drug
Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schad were
down from Summit Saturday and
spent Sunday with Philip Schad and
Millmnk friends. Jake had been east
with live stock and Mrs. Schad came
iiown ant I met him here.
Nut Brown Rye and Graham bread
also Occi lent Special Dinner bread
for sale at the Cash Grocery.
J. M. Salzle, Prop.
Joseph Wviie was called to Sleepy
Eye, Minn.. Saturday to attend the
funeral of an older sister. Mr Wylie
has been called upon to mourn ihe
death of two sisters and two brothers
druinff the past year and he is now the
only one of his father's family remain
ing alive.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emerson receiv•
ed word last week that their son
Howard had lost his entire set of mus
ical instruments in a fire which des
troyed the theater in which he was
engaged as musician. The building
burned in the night while he was away
Telephone your n v it
'fterald-Advance oilk-e.
Trade
At Home
Campaign
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Telephone u-- your news. No. 7.
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Corona
M. A. Smit lv| u.'d Friday for
Iowa to attend the funeral of a cousin
of Mrs. Smit.
Grandma Mohr passed away Sunday
morning after a short illness. Obitu
ary will appear next week.
Ray Phillips went to Sisseton Tues
day to work for a few days in a barber
shop.
Mr. Knight of Peever was a business
caller in town Saturday afternoon.
Mary Lambert is in Milbank for a
few weeks., having taken Leona Fen
1 iaus place until she recovers from her
operation.
Miss O'Keeth, grand deputy of the
D. of H. lodge from Yankton attended
lodge here Thursday ^evening.
Alta Mohr was called home from
Milbank the last of,the week where
?-he is attending high school, on ac
count of her grandmother's sickness
and death.
Mrs. Will Mohr and two children
and Mrs. Clara Whitman returned
from a few days visit with relatives
in Webster on Monday.
A. B. T'niele and two daughters, the
Misses Elie and Verna went to Orton
vilie Thursday where both girls had
their tonsils removed at the hospital.
They returned Saturday evening and
the girls are doing nicely.
Mi*. Berma, brother of Renke Berma
was an arrival last week with a car
of household goods from Iowa and will
i-ettle on a farm east of Corona.
Mrs. John Buttke went to Milbank
Tuesday returning Wednesday morn
irg.
Mrs. Al. Fenhaus spent most of the)
time in Milbank this week with Miss
Leona who is still in the hospital.
The Rebekah Circle was entertained
Friday afternoon by Mrs. G. N. Philips I
Telephone u.« y our news. No. 7.
Vc i the home of Mrs. Phillips.
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Willis?.u
ville, Orego?
undergone
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Misses Reardon a«4 Norton
'V- ank the la: 1 u ihe week
i'6 v: with friends.
Klnster had charge of ihe lopot
iiringr stay here.
"HeitY 'lortenscn attended the
'.•tsketb.ii! ante a tWilmot Tuesday
e\enin^', and inform
us
The large fossil was found in the
part o^ the earth that was deposited
and formed in the Upper Cretaceous
era, and thiy indicates to the geologist
thai the dinosaurs lived at a later
geologic time than they had previously
supposed. This fact has created more
stir in geological circles than the
st/.e of the fossil.
Dinosaurs were large reptiles with
long necks, little heads and brains,
and long tails. Their bodies look
Aomewhut like that of an oversized
elephant with hind legs longer than
fore legs. They dominated the earth
In the days when the limestone beds
were blid. but for some reason dis
Hjppeareid from the earth to give place
to smaller and livelier animals.
Think It Over!
How big is our own particular little
Universe, which is smaller than a pin
point in comparison with.the universe
itself?
Photographs taben at the Mount Wil
son observatory indicate that light,
which travels at a speed of 1S5,HX1
miles per second, would take 1,000,»hm
years even at this pace to travel from
one edge of it to the other.
Mr. John Bray, a member of the As
tronomical Society of France, calculat
ing on this basis, declares that our
universe—relatively microscopic as it
ici—measures from edge to edge the
rmimaginable distance of 5,809,713,
(300.000.000,000 miles!
He adds that, astronomically, our
•solar system is small, for it would
take 4,400 of such systems placed
edge to edge, only to reach the near
est star.
Equivocation 1« first cousin to a lie.
An empty head contains many tar
prises. a
Italy has some 4,200,000,000 lemons
a year.
Equity Is half religion.—TurkUJi
proverb.
MICKIE SAYS:
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A\wt NEkS. So lO CDUAR TVC DOUJkRS
i AS U\KK WUK CUVN&9 A~TR£t V* U0UUH&',
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nd Ralph Phillies -ere
id'i inesR calk-rs Tuesday, re-
-'Hid liJUiOl LifciiZke
-m Tuesday evening to
tbrJl game..
i ohtefts.i'^d t1!^
'.itij v^'ednestiay even
.c.vhat hard getting
ti ox 'the dfeoep snow,
ikes more than
o Merry buncn
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."Y Kl'JAor v -u' :nve
past five weeks, de^
Aberdeen. Mr. Mc-
that Milbank
tot lone up bad.
North Dakota must have had one of
Lor famous blizzards for we got just
the tail of one here Monday.
H-A
LARGEST KNOWN FOSSIL BONE
Discovery Made in Northern New
Mexico Is Interesting for More
Than One Deacon.
The lnrgest shoulder blade of any
animal on record, ancient or modern,
has been discovered In San Juan basin
in northern New Mexico by John
Keeslde, Jb., of the United States
geological survey. This scapula bone
is part of an immense extinct dinosaur
estimated tu be over one hundred feel
long ami markedly larger thau any
previously known to have existed.
fharles K. tiilmore of the National
museum in Washington has assembled
the collection of pieces of this fossil
acapula and has found that the total
length of the bone is more than live
feet, nearly as tall as a man. This i«
live times the length of the shouldei
blade of a.cow of today.
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The Movie Pest reads the titles Out
Loud so that Everyone can Hear, as
suming that the Audience are either
illiterate or have left their Glasses at
home. Sometimes the .\Jovie Pest
mispronounces a Word and then ltude
Snickers are heard all over the
Theater.
H-A
Twin Brooks
Fred Kiugor, Sr., was surpried on
Sunday at a dinner party at Ids horr^
to which all his children and their
families came. The oeasion wa hi:
birthday anniversary.
There is to be a literary meeting at
the school house on Friday, March 10
at eight p. m. Program and lunch
and a social evening. Everybody wel
come.
Harvey Fenner came from Corona
Friday evening: to visit at Geo. Ege
mayer's.
The Harry Rehnke and John Keller
families spent Friday evening at the
Chas. Soeffker home.
Sheriff Wilson came to Twin Brook?
Wednesday to escort Miss Martha
Haur back to Milbank where the
authorities had arranged to care for
her health for a time.
The young people enjoyed them
selves dancing at Read's hail Friday
night.
Mr. A. Templeton and Herman Fer-
PHOTOGRAPHS
Are now BETTER and CHEAPER
And thru the month of March we will give a large
size Paint, tastily mounted, or a dainty Minature
Dorotype, free of all charges, with each order for
portraits.
Voss & Rudberg Studio
be* were in town Friday- on business
OVER POST OFFICE
HEAR THESE NEW
Victor Dance Records
18856—Dear Old Southland—Fox Trot
Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra I
They Call It Dancing Medley I 75c
Fox Trot- Paul Whiteman and Or
ehestra
18857- Wimmin Medley Fox Trot, i
Club Royal Arch S
Good Bye, Shanghai Fox
Trot-Club Royal Arch
18851—Smilin9—Fox Trot, Green Bros. I
Mellowreimba Orchestra
Somewhere in Naples, Med- 7«fc
ley Fox Trot—All-Star Trio and
Mair Orchestra
All Advance Records for
March
N. J. Bleser Drug Co.
Mr. and, Mrs.,.' .{Hep., Kpn^laitt were
In tdWli' Wedries9ay shoppin}?.
Mrs. Lindfjui.-t and Chavet were
I0ilba«k visitors FridaJ?
Paul Sample Was on tjje sick il^t
a few da v.- but i* Wli «fain at thiA
writing.
John lies
son and Walter :^ever
ma^e a trip to Milbank on Wednes
day.
Mrs. Rand visited with he friend
Mrs. Dora Roberts last Sunday.
Mrs. Chris Doctor and son Otto
Doctor were .Twin Brooks visitors one
day last week.
H. H. Engebretsen was in Twin
Crooks Wednesday on business.
Mrs. Geo. Wright entertained a
number ol friends on Wednesday.
LOW ROUND TRIP
Homeseekers
Fares
One far« plus $2
for the round trip
Tickets on sale first and third
Tuesday of each month from
March to Novemier inclusive.
To points in North and South.
Dakota, Montana, Washington
and 1 daho.
Final return limit 21 days.
For full particulars see agent.
CHICAGO
Milwaukee & St. Paul
RAILMAD
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E, !. '"toike and brother Georre
Spetr Mday in Twin Brooks greet
'r-JT friend:* an«l old nr-i^hbor^. Erbie
btoike will be lemembered as mana
ger oi the lu'mbev yard here before he
went to Hosmer, S. D. He has novv.
been transferred to Buffalo, Minn.
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