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Hot Springs weekly star. (Hot Springs, S.D.) 1892-1917, June 05, 1903, Image 8

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Startling Evidence.
Fresh testimony in (jreut quantity is
constantly coming in, declaring Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption
Coughs and Colds to le uneqnalerl. A
recent, expression from T. J. MuFiir
laud. Uentorville. Va., serves as exam
ple. Me writes: "1 h:irl broneliitiH for
three years and doctored all the time
without lieinir lienelited. Then 1 begun
taking I r. Kind's New Discovery, and
a few bottles wholly cured me."
Ivpially elleet ive in curing all lung
and throat troubles, consumption,
pneumonia and grip. (iuurantced hy
Emil 1 lai-gens. druggist. Trial bottles
iree, regular sixes 50c and 81.00.
Mens nobby hats. The Fair.
J. (i. liioher lias leased the first room
of the Phillips block for his bakery
and hopes to open for business soon.
Sinclair lar l. always in stock. Luin
:ni.s A Mummel.
The Catholicon Spring bath wngon
lias been put into service for the
season.
A. -VT. Macumber left Wednesday
evening for Kushvillc, Xeb., to visit
with relatives for several weeks.
Ladies shirt waists at the Fair.
The floods along the Mississippi and
^Missouri Valleys are apalling. doing
'great damage and causing the loss of
many lives.
have .just ordered a new line of
picture moulding, etc. Come and see
me for bargains and the latest styles
when they arrive. W. R. Taylor.
The W. C. T. U. will meet in the
church Wednesday
10. Hour changed
Congregational
afternoon June
from .'{to -l p. m.
All are cordially in­
vited. Sarah Carpenter, Sec.
Rev. and Mrs. II. F. Tibbits came up
from Chad roil last week to visit their
old friends. II. W. Houghton and fam
ily. Mr. Tibbits remained but a few
days, but Mrs. Tibbits prolonged her
visit, this week.
Chambers Ac Leach is the place you
can buy Hlankes Famous Faust Blend
"Coffee.
Mrs. E. W. Martin, of Deadwood,
visited her mother, Mrs. Miner, in the
city for a few days during the past
week, returning home with her hus
band Tuesday evening. She was ac
c.)iupained by her little daughter.
Highest prices piiid for butter and
eggs. Lummis & llummel.
.1, D. Nicholson has assumed charge
ot' the two upper tloors of the Minne
kahta block, which he leased. lie will
not open his restaurant, or hotel, for
the pn sent, but will merely lease
furnished rooms and ollices.
K. F. Thomas has the exclusive sale
of Wreath Colfee, once tried always
used. 7
a
W. 11. Tompkins has been here since
the 1st, looking after numerous repairs
about, the Palace Hotel which he has
leased. Among the improvements they
are putting in is a new water heating
ant for the baths. Mr. Tompkins
expects to bo ready to open the hotel
by the 10th.
Foil SAM-: on TRADE—Carriages, bug
gies, spring wagons, etc., for sale or
will exchango for horses. Jensen
Livery A Stage Co.
\V. II. Weisheit, who has been doing
the barber work at, the Soldiers' Home
for the past year, has accepted a po
sition to do mission work for the
Christian church, in which he is an
elder, aud will soon move to Bracken
ridge, Pa., a suburb of Pittsburg. Mr.
aud Mrs. Weisheit have made numer
ous friends here who regret that they
are to leave.
Go to F. B. Smith's Hot Springs liv
cry barn for saddle horses and rigs of
all kinds, Teleohone No. 23.
Mrs. H. Scrnith died last Sunday
night at the home of her son, east of
the Cheyenne river, after a prolonged
illness, of dropsy. She was the mother
of Albert and Will Judd. Funeral
services were conducted by Rev.
.Morris on Tuesday, the remains being
burie 1 in Evergreen cemetery, attend
ed by a large number of neighbors and
frie ids. The STAU extends sympathy
to the relatives.
The June sun shines on many a fair
bride, made doubly lovely by the use
of Rocky Mountain Tea. The bride's
a be-.t friend. :I5 cents. All druggists,
What the STAU said last week con
cerning the need of an organized effort
by Hot Springs to advertise the town,
instead of sitting around croaking
because things do not move fast
enough, seemed to meet with much
favor—at least several have commend
ed the article. People should never
expect something for nothing. They
:-can not expect business without going
a
5
after it.and they can not expect people
without going after them. Hot Springs
if
aieeds advertising, and it will never get
enough of it ami of the right kind
until our people organize and seek it.
WANTI:D—A girl or middle aged
woman to go to Hill City and do liouse-
work for a small family. Apply in
person or by mail to Mrs. JO. C. oh li
ft sou at Our Ludy ol' Lourdes Sanitar
ium.
Is Your Boy
Hard on His
SHOES
99 9
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See pictures at tlio Fair.
Charley Caulield h.as returned to
Hot Springs Lu ongage at carpenter
work.
Mens new spring suits. The Fair.
Mrs. Dr. 11. A. Wade went to Lead
Monday to spend a few days.
New shoe stock. The Fair.
'Gene Gordon and son Melviti left
Monday for their eastern visit.
White Satin Hour just, as good as
ever. Lummis A llummel.
J. M. llrelsford returned Saturday
from a business trip to Sheridan, Wyo.
Latest in ladies hats at the Fair.
J. G. Baker returned from Oelrichs
Monday night. He was over there
getting some ranch views.
Your laundry promptly attended to
by (). K. barber shop, agent for Lead
Steam Laundry.
Grant, Moore returned last Friday
night, from his sojourn in California.
Mrs. Hill, his sister, remained in Cali
fornia.
New premiums at the Fair.
The third division of St. Luke's
Guild will serve supper in the dining
room of the Minnekahta block, Friday
June 5 beginning at 5:30 p. m. Supper
2T cents.
Faust has taken floor space in Cham
ber & Leach grocery. Call and see
bim.
J. J. Keuster returned from Hot
Springs this morning, where he had
been to visit his wife, who is ill at that
place. He reports that she is greatly
improved, and will be ready to come
home in a few days.—Lead Call (1).
W. R. Sampson is taking a lay-off
for a few weeks and J. W. Hamilton,
of Chadron, has taken his run here
temporarily. Will has been attending
to his duties closely for so long that
he is entitled to this respite and we
hope he will enjoy his vacation.
Full line of Hlankes coffee and tea
at Chamber & Leach.
Rev. E. Crombie Smith, of Omaha,
occupied the M. E pulpit Sunday
evening and preached a fine sermon
which was greatly enjoyed by the large
congregation present. Mrs. Smith
joined her husband here first of the
week and they remain until Friday.
Chronic bronchial troubles and
summer coughs can bo quickly re
lieved and cured by Foley's Honey and
Tar. Sold by Emil Ilargens.
President, Roosevelt doesn't believe
that extremists will ever dictate the
policy of this government,. He said at
Butte: "'The United States will never
be governed either by a plutocracy of
wealth or a rabble of law-breakers."
That's the view of a wise man, and one
in whom the people have confidence.
On the first indication of kidney
trouble, stop it, by taking Foley's Kid
ney Cure. Sold by Emil Ilargens.
Rev. Dr. Chivers had to leave Tues
day evening on the North-Western
train, consequently did not speak ?o
long as those who had the pleasure of
hearing him would have liked. Yet in
his brief talk he said a great deal that
interested and pleased his hearers.
He is one of the ablest speakers that
has ever visited the Springs.
The Hotel Evans at Hot Springs
opened for the season last week under
the management of Harry Clark, son
in-law of Col. Fred Evans, who built
that magnificent structure. Harry
Clark is fitted by nature to manage a
great fine summer resort, and possesses
every qualification requisite for this
exacting position in a high degree.
First of all he is a polished gentleman,
yet democratic enough to make the
hightoned tourist or cattle king feel
as if the chief attractions of that
grand resort were specially intended
for his entertainment,. Nothing dis
turbs the calm and deliberate equipoise
of his nature mid the exacting de
mtmds of some people who are not fit
to mingle in cosmopolitan life. The
only time Harry, to our knowledge,
ever feels like forgetting his Sunday
school education is when tho cooks
aud waiters get at cross purposes.
Theu he takes a cigar and goes into
his private office and talks French to
the head clerk. Then he walks through
the dining room into the kitchen and
talks Spanish to the waiters aud Irish
to the cooks aud the warring elements
soon resemble a beautiful sunrise over
Battle Mountain in a quiet summer
morn. Mr. Clark is better qualified to
handle the Evans than any man we
know of.—Col. Arthur Linn, in Car ton
Advocate.
Foil RENT—Tho ladies of the W. R.
C. will rent, their hall and dining room
for dinners, suppers or socials. For
terms cull on their secretary. Mrs. E.
W. Biekmore, or their treasurer, Mrs.
Rosa Cavanaugh.
A. R. Finlay died at the Homo last
Thursday night.
J. Lee IJoyer, of Omaha, Xeb.. was
in Hot Springs last Wednesday.
Olives in bulk at Lummis' A Hummel.
Ed Sweat was up from Chadron
Monday. He is gradually improving.
Geo. McPheeters. a nephow of Mrs.
J. F. Parks, who onco resided here, is
hero to spend the summer, lie is now
a full-fledged printer.
Conductor Wright, and wife came up
from Chadron aud spent Friday and
Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Gordon. Mr. Wright, is a brother of
Mrs. Gordon.
E. E. Jones, the genial traveling man
for Collier it Son, left Saturday even
ing for a trip along the Burlington to
Sheridan, Wyo. Mrs. Jones makes her
homo here this summer.
Prof. Carter has-been able to indite
tho warble of the) meadow larlc into
music. He says that not many birds
sing to a tune that can be written to
music, but that the soft notes of the
meadow lark are genuine music.
We are sole agents for Morell hams
and bacon. Lummis & Hummel.
W. H. Wilson wont to Edgemont
Monday night to look after the inter
ests of the Southern Hills Live Stock
Co., who have sheep leased to Charley
Crofford. The sheep are being sheared
this week.
Balk coffee from 10c per lb up and
package coffee 2 lbs for 25 cents,
Everything else in proportion at R. P.
Thomas'.
Mrs. W. H. Stanley arrived from
Sioux Palls last Saturday for a few
weeks' visit with her parents and
friends. Will and Stewart, accompa
nied by Mrs. R. W. Stanley will be
here in a few days.
Every one wants good flour. Try a
sack of Pillsbury's Best and you will
never use any other. Chambers & Leach.
Charley Palmgren is quite incensed
because the small boys are doing so
much shooting near where he is quar
rying rock and says that he proposes
to see if the law can stop them if they
do not quit immediately. He fsays
that he is afraid of being shot'and will
not put up with it any longer.
The O. K. barber shop is all that
its name implies. Take your laundry
there.
Dr. Morris lectures'] before the
Teachers' Institute next, Tuesday even
ing at the Opera House on "The Lost
Arts." This was given as tho com
mencement address before the Mon
tana State University last June, and
was highly spoken of by the public
press. All friends of education, and
the public generally are invited. The
lecture is free.
"Hot Springs," remarked the Hon.
James Slick, "lias two attractions that
the professional liar, or chronic knock
er cannot fease. I mean the Wind
Cave aud New Plunge. The more you
see of them the better you like them."
Dr. F. A. Spofford and wife, of Flan
dreau, I. W. Goodner aud wife, of
Pierre, A. W. Burtt, of Huron, and M.
F. Greeley, of Gary, arrived on Mon
day's belated Burlington. The gentle
men are regents of the state education
al institutions and are in the Hills to
attend the commencement exercises at
the Rapid City school of mines and the
normal at Spearfish.
RAXCII Foil SALE—Good stock ranch
15 miles southeast of Hot Springs, lo
cated on Middle Horsehead. 960acres,
all fenced, two good houses, two
stables, corrals, sheds, etc. Running
water and wells. For further particu
lars enquire of J. E. Morau on ranch,
or address Hot Springs. S. Dak. 51
Mrs. J. H. Boomer, formerly a resi
dent of Hot Springs, who, with her
husband, now resides at 'Wardner,
Idaho, spent last Friday aud Saturday
in town visiting friends, of whom there
are many here. Saturday afternoon
Mrs. Dr. Connor entertaiued a number
of friends in honor of Mrs. Boomer,
the latter leaviug that eveuing for her
home.
Everyone likes good bread and butter
and coffee. To be sure you get it use
Pillsbry's best flour, fresh country
butter and Blankes coffee. For sale
by Chambers & Leach, Cash Grocers.
J. L. Burke and family moved to
Rapid City this wsek, where Mr.
Burke's duties as receiver of the U.
S. land office require his presence.
They are among the pioneers of Hot
Springs and their removal from here,
even though it is temporary, is regret
ted by their numerous! friends. Mr.
Burke does not lose his legal residence
here by the move and will bo found on
hand at election time. His residence
has been rented by S. E. Wilson.
You feel mean, cross, ugly, down in
the mouth, nothing goes right. Bad
liver. Bettor take Rocky Mountain
Tea. Drives away the blues. 35 cents
All druggists.
If he is you put our new box calf lace on him. It is a neat look
ing shoe but has more wear to it than the appearance would lead!
you to believe. The sole is of solid leather and is stout as can be I
BOYS' AND GIRLS' SHOES of all styles and sizes are car-!
ried in stock. We take great care in the selection of these goods
as we know they are subject, to unusual strain.
Delineators at, the Fair.
Col. J. P. Baker came down from
Ilermosa Monday to attend the regular
annual meeting of tho Soldiers' Home
board. Col. Nash camo Wednesday
morning. They adjourned to June 30.
when Col. Godard will be here to suc
ceed Col. Lucas as Commandant of the
Home.
Tho latest and best, in the photograph
line can bo seen at Cole & Son's gal
lery. Something new. Our methods
are right. Call to see.
llarry D. Clark, manager of the
Evans hotel at Hot, Springs, with one
or two others, has located some ground
near Custer that, bids fair to become
one of the best in that section. Assay
returns show values from ?:?0 to S125.
It, is coming to be a recognized fact
that there are some good mines wait
ing to bo opened in the Southern Hills.
Capital has always been afraid to risk
anything there, and has continually
come past all offers there to the tried
fields in Lawrence county. While the
locality around Custer, Hill City and
Keystone is only beginning to be de
veloped and no great things have been
thoroughly explored since the dis
covery of the Holy Terror a few years
ago, yet there are numerous prospects
that prove conclusively that the coun
try contains the metal. It only needs
the necessary capital to open up the
country, when some rich mines will
undoubtebly be operated.—Mining Re
view.
Theory and Practice.
Here is a good story from the collec
tion of a German school inspector. The
pupils were being examined'on the
subject of personal hygiene. A boy
was asked, "What have you to do in
order to keep your teeth sound and
white?" "Clean them," was the prompt
reply. "When ought you to clean
them?" "Morning, noon and night."
"What are they to. be cleaned with?"
"With a toothbrush." "Very good.
Have you a toothbrush?" "No, sir."
"Has your father a toothbrush?" "No,
sir." "Has-your mother a toothbrush?"
"No, sir." "But how do you know
about the use of toothbrushes?" "We
sell them, sir."
ANtrolojo' nnrt War.
It lias been stated on what is said to
be good authority that a representative
of the Prussian government asked of a
French astrologer the proper time to
pick a quarrel with France. After
carefully comparing horoscopes of high
ollicials lie answered that any hour in
the afternoon as near as possible mid
way between the 0th and 14th of July,
1S70. On the 11th of July, William
snubbed Reneiletti, the French emis
sary, and on the 12th friendly relations
ceased.
Trick' Cnridien.
"The trick cigar has its counterpart
in confectionery," said a candy manu
facturer the other day. "The callow
youth who delights in giving explosive
cigars to his men friends demands
something similar for the candy con
suming sex, and we have to meet the
demand.
"The possibilities of a cream choco
late or a piece of nougat are limited,
but we have a few contrivances. We
make of a very hard candy an imita
tion of a tooth with a gold crown and
hide it in a cream chocolate. You can
imagine the rest—a part}' of women
munching candy, one of them discover
ing something hard and finding a gold
crowned tooth loose in her mouth!
"Similarly we imitate a bone collar
button in a hard white candy, hide a
candy shoe button in a piece of nougat,
put a bit of cork in a caramel or fill a
candied cherry with red pepper. So
long as the sanity experts don't weed
out these alleged jokers the candy man
has to put up these trick candies for
them."—New York Times.
Homey.
According to a writer in Health, hon
ey is a valuable medicine and has
many uses. It is excellent in most
lung and throat affections and is often
used with great benefit in place of cod
liver oil. Occasionally there is a per
son with whom it does not agree, but
most people can learn to use it with
beneficial results. Children who have
natural appetites generally prefer it to
butter. Honey is a laxative and seda
tive, aud in diseases of the bladder and
kidneys it is an excellent remedy.
It lias much the same effect as wine
or stimulants, without their injurious
effects, and is unequaled in mead and
harvest drinks. As an external appli
cation It is irritating when clear, but
soothing when diluted. In many places
it is much appreciated as a remedy for
croup and colds. In preserving fruit
the formic acid it contains makes a
better preservative than sugar sirup,
and it is also used in cooking and con
fections. Iloney does not injure the
teeth as candies do.
Are you thin? Would you like to
get fat and plump? Tried ''laughing,"
'twouldn't, work—now take' Rocky
Mountain Tea—'twill do the .business.
35 cents. All druggists.
G. W. MONTGOMERY
ttir/iTJu HiHAKnuxrmDr
Pool
Emptied
Every Night
and
Thoroughly
Scrubbed!
E. T. PEIRCE,
flanager
N E I
THIS
WEEK
IN THE
u.HjKnaiamai -•«uiBnneKMr. u3£xaRpsn
SftV£D EY INSURANCE!
Tboy miCo' iiKvinvciii^iu'" lint are li.aj-py.
Ofii ii^s- tho snfti riu'r is hfe 'J he lire
INSURANCE
Will: :i i'trnnrr rim]mnv is the m»xt Uiint? to
lur.ir.'_ a :i- \v !io:n.* u«« on»\ The
aimtlill co? of ]K)h-y i-= too sr.rjil! to b:» felt
and iu cjisj- «i' Jiro tin' company promptly
1 .i .ill ll, lo^
See Parks & Reecler
or at
E N E W
riammoth Spring Plunge
1 5 N O W O E N O S I N E S S
Globe Trotters pronounce it the finest bath in the
known world. Clean and wholesome a constant
stream of Pure, Medicinal Spring Water flows
iiVSlW '(•"/lit'"^
is
rr. VjV' V-? -K
i"-' "T"
through it all day long. Smooth Bottom, does not
injure your feet. Being construced of steel, stone
and cement it is safe from storms. Shower Baths
all conveniences found in an up-to-date bath house.
FIRST CLASS ATTENDANTS TO CARE FQR BATHERS
BARGAINS
—IN—
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE!
Cottages in Lower Town, College Flat,
and Second Miunekahta addition.
Building Lots in all parts of the city.
Fire, Life, Accident and Surety
INSURANCE.
ELMER R. JUCKETT
MINNEKAHTA BLOCK
Opposite the Evans Hotel
Pool
Emptied
-V .' i:r
Every Night
and
Thoroughly
Scrubbed!
EBEN W. MARTIN,
Proprietor
MM83UBM
DRY GOODS AND SHOES, BATH
ING SUITS, WAISTS, SKIRTS,
A S A N A S
We invite your attention as to Quality,
Styles and Prices.
Don't forget our Mineral Paints. We
have the other, too.
!j We send for Tailor-Made Suits. Carpets.
We sell "CJYPSINE,"the hand wall finish
any color.
Yours in a business way,
Fargo Mer. 60.
Telephone No. 10
orvfiftht—•
GALL AND SEE ME OR WRITE ME
s^y^f///7y
CROWDING OF HOUSES
is unnecessary when land is so clieup. A
few hundred dollars will purchase a tine
residence in oar city. This is most desir
able section. It is high, dry and healthy.
Property in the neighborhood is rupidly
increasing in value, and purchasers cannot
make mistake. If looking for profitable
in\ cstment iu real estate, call aud examine
our list. And the bSst property lu tho city
is on our books.

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