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i'V. ^V" S VOL. XXXVII-N i' v,\ O. 3*K ... 10 vi- 8KRUM SYRINGES All Goods Delivered Agency. A Utilize your own dear size, T, here's sober 0, The Press is inclined to agree with such Objectors. It is not, however, from their point of view that The Press raises the question. Every day in the week is "sancti fied" to the individual who lives on a religious and moral plane. But we believe in the physical necessity of the Christian Sabbath as a day of rest and religious ac tivities. *. We have noticed that in all of our large cities there is a large element who indulge in what has been styled a "week-end" vacation by going to the lake or seashore where "summer resorts" are swinging up like the grass after a summer Ihower. Is it the business or duty of the Press or any other newspaper to object to or condemn this phase of the social and industrial unrest the advanced nations are now pass ing through? We have our doubts about it. But then, how will we preserve the Sabbath for its intended bene licence? We can at present think of but one way in which to do it that is to substitute Saturday in stead of Sunday for the "week-end'' sports And recreation. This would necessitate anew rule to be estab lished by business men, viz: to close up commercial and mercan I- tile establishments on Friday even ing instead of Saturday evening. That of eourse would make two rest days instead of one in1 aweek. But would there be two? We believe it is a fact that in every FOREST 'i SEND TO ROWLAND JOITSS A 60., DRUGGISTS, Gettysburg, S. D., FOB BLACK-LEG VACCINE v' 1 •t&X 'OVM: JJlackJeffoids: Park Davis & Co, Blackleg Pellet Injectors fV AVALON HOG TONE the guaranteed remedy for hog worms O E All outing rides are velvet elides price is right, we treat yon white SHALL WE SAVE THE SABBATH? The continued success and popu larity of the bowery dances at "Comeau Park" on Saturday night is attracting the notice of certain church people, we under stand, who look upon it with ob jection and criticism not that they want to interfere with the right of anyonft to dance and have all the pleasure out of it they can get, but the 411- night feature is, to their mind, bringing about a total disregard of the historical sanc tity of the Sabbeth. -as1. .- O I, fc, CRSSO DIP 9 at Forest City or Cheyenne Instead of Jolts and Jars: X, Lamine all our cars: Joy in rides, my boy, Ond speed to beat the band A, .his is the proper stand. .. H. GARBE Forest City, S. D. community there are people now claim the right to work on Sunday—keep their store open etc—and nobody interferes with them. We dont see, under, the new order of things viz: the Sat* urday holiday that this liberty that they claim, would be inter fered with. After a Saturday of hilarity and sport, we think a great majority of them would be glad to tappr off with a day of rest. FOURTH OF JULY WARNING There seems to be no but what the Fourth of July "TAe /n u/y 0/ ojie is Me Co/icer/i question be celebrated this year with more enthusiasm than ever, this being the result of the ending of the war and doing honor to the returning soldiers, most of whom will be home by that time. Realizing the tremendous popu lar enthusiasm which will give vent to itself on Marshall to will this day, and no idea of discouraging expression of with a proper the great patriotic impulse underlying it, State Fire W. N. Van Camp ear nestly appeals the state to keep in safe and people of the this enthusiasm with sane channels. During the past few years, great strides have been made in South Dakota looking forward to a safe and sane celebration of our Inde pendence Day, with the result that the toll of death and maimed and the number of fires have been speedily decreased. As a result of the glorious vic tory achieved by our boys, the temptation to go to the extremes will undoubtedly be great this year as the stimulus to celebrate was never greater. Therefore the neeci for restraint is correspondingly great, and as a lesson of restraint was well learned during the wal let every one continue to apply in times of peace. Reports coming into the ofiice the State Fire'Marshall would in -dicate a score of .localities through out the state already planning for a great community observance the day, with rousing home oming celebrations for the home coming fighting men as a big dresses by prominent programs of community of all, FOREST CITY. POTTER CO., SO. DAKOTA, .H'NE '20, 1919 fea ture. These events will be mark ed by a parade, band concerts, ad speakers display Fire and groat viirietv and of iirewoiks. Marshall Van 'auip si ly indorses such observances, and urires city official. ., commercial clubs and such organizations as arc accustomed to take, the initiative? in these matters in their respective communities, to make the day one long to be remembered. ly no Lime is more community Fourth ^f by vrho Certain opportune for a July cele bration than this, when every city, village and town deiires to honor all its fighting heroes, but great care should be exercised in the handling of fire works, fire crack ers, torpedoes, roman candles, sky rockets and other kindred displays and the utmost caution should be observed those having the handling of fire works in charge. It is the hope alid desire of the Fire Marshall that when these great celebrations are over, that we can look back and point with prills'to the fact that not one -sin gle life has been sacrificed or one building destroyed by (ire. Let us keep the Fourth of July 'carelessness" under the ban. Let us not revive the casualty lists and needless fires. This can be done by a safe and sane Fourth of el at on I liave secured th^'Agciiey fur the Paige Automobiles for Potter county. Ai.jim John Schoof, r"' Gettysburg, S. For Sale—Residence of two rooms iu Forest City 18x12 with an addition 10x12 and porch, (jood ocation, or can be removed to the country. For further call at FOR SALE A SNAP E.iSEJ 21 and WiSWJ 'J 118, Range 78 Two miles from Forest City. First class drainage.. Lies between D. particulars or address this office on Red and Yellow Trail County seat and Missouri river. Going up in value every day. For further particulars inquire of E. P. THORNE Forest City, S. D. 4-- ••TRAVELERS-: Will Find the RED-& YELLOW TRAIL the hpst routeNfrom the East awl I South to the BLACK HILLS. I YELLOWSTONE PARK, as w.-ll as to the last cheap lands loft in the United Statos .••••••• First Class Ferry Between Forest City and Cheyenne A gen cy, in operation from early morning- to sunset. Good Roads and Landings First Class. v- ... -1, HENRY OLSON ','i: Manager y»-rSir Forest City S. D. I*- X, S«* ,, 'j AWAM RICHARDSON, J. F. WH1TLOCK, President M. J. HUGHES, Vioe-Pres. E»- c* We solicit your business. 1 «, Rutnhllahed 1884.v I l-A A -El THE NEW WEST MAGAZINE "Building Tlu WHt" Established 1910—For the development of Western induBlries, aerlculture-, miniaK. ol, snd scenic attractions. Of interest to the Western investor, farmer ami sightseer. Printed on high grade paper with copper half-tone illustrations. Year, $2 copy, 20c.. Sample, 10c. 8 back num bers fur 25c. Send now. The New West Maga zine, 1211 Walker Bank Uldg., Salt Lake City. Utah 1004 White Bide., Seattle. Wash. 11 Goldberpr Bldg., Detroit, Mich Address near est office, or place your subscription through this newspaper. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Pierre. S. I). May 27. 1919. NOTICE hereby given that Karl H. Holzworth of Akaska. S. D., who on November 23.1915, madell. E.No. 013584, for SWHNW# Section l,an1 SE# NEK of Section 3. township 130 north, range 78 west 5th p. m., has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before the clerk of eonrjts for Pot ter county, at ftettysburg, S. D.,on tbe 5th day of July, 1919. Claimant names as wit nesses: Leonard Starks of LeBeau, S. D., Jacob Seinschmidt of Akaskft, 8. D. Martin Halversonof Akaska S.D. Andrew. Holzworth of Eales.-S. D. w. a THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF D: GETTYSBURG, S_ Capital and Surplus «, $35,000.00 Preside))/ R. RICHARDSON, GETTYSBURG, So. Daki WOODMEH 3-DAY 4TH OF JULY At Forest City .. T.i -ASP THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY ICE CREAM AT PAV1LLION SATURDAY NIGHT ,\r r, iu *, .4 At ISLAND PARK We will have Ice Cream for sale in Pint, Quart and Half Gallon lots, or more, at the Dance Pavillion Every Satur day night. We will be on the grounds after 9:30 P. M. Harris & Schievelbein JOHN T. COGAN. Register -p—tL^-CP JOHN CAMPBELL rnterest allowed on ttinn ,1pposit, LOOK Oil Tfor Posters ANNOUNCING Lf $2.00 PER ANNUM aTV* «»*. 'v/ ,".vi J. F. WEAVER, Cashier •OS MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM/3D ...kS V* V. Prea't Cashier' Dpiiii Will extend anv accommodation consistent with Safe Banking v? ./ */r7 'A •V."- V#.,- !v if *'.yr- v* Real Estate Blanks j- 'MX. :i. •0ETOA8E8 iV riS as.»« -t- (r. *i 1,1 'Y i' 1 I "t it,' Si' iV V- 'l 'v •?l,. Chattel & Real Estate FOB SALE- AT THE PRE88* OJFIGE A A -t I b* .A* s. t.