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15 LACK HILLS.
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The lHiptist churches of the lihick
Hills lifl.J tin ir annual Asso
chit ion with tin chmvh here Friday,
Saturday ami Sunday. Considerable
routine bn-.i7.ess \v:is transacted. The
ri'ports fnun th.* various churches
.•showed that the work is going forward
in ii very sati-n'ai'tory way. One of the
pleasing features of the meeting wits
the admission into the Association of
t.he newly orgai.ii'.ed church at, Stun/is.
Hon. ,7. I'1. Shrad.'r of llapid City. K.-v
\V. C. King of I )ead\vood, and Uin\ I'.
Al. Smock were selected us delegates
to the state convention, which meets at
•Sioux Kiil!s ii! October.
A number of line addresses and pa
pers were presented. Friday afternoon
Rev. 10. I'\ Jorden, president, of Sioux
Kails College. j,'ave splendid address
on Christian F,ducat ion. and in t.lie ev
ening the annual associationiil sermon
was preached by Uev. 11. 11. tlunder
son ot Lead. lUv. Oundusou litis
been stationed at. Lead for three years
and is doing splendid work. 11 in
wennon was an earnest presentation of
the spiritual needs of tho I Slack Hills
and iin appeal for larger work oil the
part of Chri.-tian people.
Saturday morning Miss Edith Mc
Donald of Hill City read a paper on
Juuior IS. Y. 1'. U. work and Miss
Lillie liarnes one on the Primary De
partment of the Sunday School. I!oth
papers were highly commended. Rev.
Dr. Slmnafelt, the state missionary,
gave an address. "Three Looks, Past,
Present and future." In the evening
the principal feature was the address
by the new pastor of the Dead wood
church, liev. W. C. King, on the "Grow
in Church", which was a masterly pres
entation of the work and jiersonality
the apostle Paul, the statement being
made that the Christian church made
greater progress in the lirst thirty
years of its history than in any corres
ponding time since and the study of
Paul's ministry was for the purpose of
finding out, the secret of his success,
with a view to adapting if to present
li'-iy work. Dead wood is to be con
gratulated on stcuriii'4 Uev. King for
their pastor.
Sunday mornir.*. P-r. ,1m den gave
one of the strongest sermons of the
entire session, before a large audience,
and at Ii o'clock I lev. (-. L. Eaton of
Sturgis preached a consfci'Htion ser
mon. Th' session closed Sunday even
ing with a iect.uie by Rev. ir. Tilde:!
of Dillon, Monhana, "The Whole Uouud
World in the isiu'.e." a strong and
scholarly review of Liie vast: field cov
ered bv the inspire! writers.
The music by the Eaton Male Quar
tette of Sturgis. was much appreciated.
Mrs. St.ihvell of Dead wood made a
charming and capable organist.
The report of the re-solutions com
mittee, presented by Mrs. St.ihvell, ex
pressed the appreciation of the dele
gates for the excellent manner in
which, they were entertained, and pro
nounced the meeting a success in ev
ery particular: extended thanks to il.e
Eaton Quartette and Uev. Katon for
I We-are Broke!
excellent music: pledged Associational
support th the various departments of
denominational work and to the Sioux
i'alis college congratulated the Asso
ciation on the new church at Sturgis
invited the state convention
\to
meet
in the Mack Hills next 'year and en
dorsed Dr. Shanafelt's work as state
missionary, and urged him to continue
fl.e .-iiuie. The delefrat.es were:
liuffalo (lap: Rev. .J. E. liondurant,
Andrew Mosier, Mrs. ('. 11. Smith.
Dead wood: Rev. \V. C. King, Mrs.
King, Mr. and Mrs. ,!no. 15agga!ey,
Mrs. Maude llaggaley St.ihvell, Mrs. A.
D. Ilurkness, Miss Ethel Mattele.v, Mr.
A I!. Dexter, Miss Edna Thomas.
Mr. W. ,1. Me Int.
ire.
Hill City: Dr. and Mrs. \V. 10.
Crout.er, Mrs. Parr, Miss Edilh Me
Donald, Miss Eva Eriekson.
Lead: Rev. II 11. Gunderson, Mrs.
(•undersoil, Miss Grace Dewey, Miss
I leiiian '(11.
Rapid City: Mr. .I no. I-1. Shrader.
Sturgis: Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Eaton,
Leslie Eaton. Mitche!! Eaton, Mr. X.
S. Sparks.
Visitor.-: Dr. and Mr-. II. \V. Til
den, Dillon, Mont.: Rev. E. I'\ Jorden,
Sioux Fulls Roy. T. M. Shanafelt,
Geneml Missionary, Huron Rev. G. L.
Eaton, Sturgis Mrs. A. P. Strouse,
Oelrichs Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Owens,
Chodron, Xeb.: Miss Etta Hammond:
Hal Surneaure, Mitchell.
I la »f Mrs. Mr Faddoii.
After an illness of several weeks
Mrs. D. W. McEadden died at her home
in this city laft Sunday morning at
half pisst eight. She was years and
17 days of age, and was born in Mon
roe county, Iowa. The family came
here from Custer in April, 1001. A
husband and four children, tho young
est being but ten weeks old, are
left to mourn and miss the love ami
attention of a fond wife and mother.
Funeral services were held Monday
afternoon, conducted by Rev. Dr.
Robinson, of t.he M. E. church, and
were largely attended. Tho tloral
offerings were numerous, attesting the
I admiration in which deceased was held
by all who knew her.
The STAI:extends sympathy to the
bereaved family iu their great aliliet
lon.
School of NVi'tllo Work.
Mrs. A. \Y. Armstrong, Art Xeedle
Work Teacher, is at, the Fair for ten
days. Lessons in English Eyelet, Hard
anger, Mount Mellick, French and Silk
Embroidery. Also all kinds one Lace
making. One free 1
pattern and m!
on SIZES in a num
ber of lines of men's
and boys'
Light and Medium
Weight SUITS
Only one or two of
a kind left. These
can go at prices
that will surprise you.
Straw Hats
at
W. M. KNOWLTON,
Manager.
10 free lessojj.^, witlyirteh
materials.
A l*'ir-! Cluss
For tirst.-cliiss hors:"shoeing:uid
gene­
ral repair work go to Roy Calkin's
shop, lie having secured a first-class
blacksmith and horse ,-hoer from Coun
cil Riutfri. gsviJfSiffiS
Very Lav," Kales Chattanooga Teim.
Via the Xorthwestern line. Excursion
tickets will lie sold Sept. to ll-l ineln
sive, with favorable return limits, on
account of Anniversary of Rattle of
Ohieamnug: Apply to agents Chicago
A Northwestern K'y. D-IO
1SI
Half Price.
Here is where One
Dollar is as good
as Two.
I
f~J I |~l I"* Ww
r*nl)lis hecl at The Only Carlsbad of America.
Visit or railway Commissioner#.
The Xational Association of Railway
Commissioners arrived here last Fri
day evening over the Rurlington about
r:30 ahead of schedule time. It was
a magnificent train of six Pullman
coaches and a baggage car, the diner
being left on the main line. There
were nearly two hundred people on the
train, all going immediately to the
Evans, where they partook of an ele
gantly prepared diuner. During the
evening the ladies of the reception
committee of the city looked after the
serving of ice cream, cake and punch
to the visitors in the cafe of the Evans.
Meanwhile the happy party of dancers
were having a delightful time on the
veranda, while others were at the
plunge. Saturday the commissioners
held a business session at the court
house and listened to tho reading of
the address of Col. Cowan, of Texas.
The excursionists left here Saturday
afternoon at for the west, express
ing themselves greatly delighted with
their visit to the Hills, and particular
ly their visit to Hot. Springs. It was a
representative body of men from all
portions of the United States, who will
do much toward advertising this por
tion of the west.
IIOSI'ITAI, NOTKS.
Mrs. W. Pinney, of Crawford,
Xeb., returned to her home last week
very much improved.
O. S. Peterson, Cyanide, S. D., who
was brought to the Hospital in a help
less condition, returned home well and
happy.
Mrs. II. G. Butterfield, of Custer, 71
years old, had a malignant tumor re
moved three weeks ago, and was able
to go home Saturday.
Mrs. E. Young, of Deadwood, who
was iu poor health for rnuuy years,
spent some weeks at the Hospital and
returned very much improved.
John Dunlevy.of Lead, had an opera
tion performed and returned home en
tirely well.
Mrs. John Ecka^'d, of Ardmore, S. D.,
who was iu a very critical condition
recovered from an operation and re
turned home.
The little
HOU,
Henry, of II. Mahnke,
of Custtr, who had an operation per
formed for appendicitis, is entirely
well,
Dan Mosier, of Raffalo Gap, who had
an injured leg treated at the Hospital,
went home last week.
Miss Hannah Larson, who was very
ill with rheumatism,is improving daily
and able to walk about.
Fred Uhing, of Hartington, Xeb„
who was crippled with rheumatism, is
convalescing.
Mgr. T. A. Flynn, V. G., of Sioux
Falls, spent some weeks here to over
come an attack of rheumatism. He re
turned last week.
Pat Walsh, of Custer, who was in a
very critical condition with liright's
disease, is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Lane, of Council
lilufls, ami Miss Anna Kelly, are en
joying the Springs and taking a rest at
the Sanitarium.
Miss M. 13. German, a graduate nurse
from Colorado, is located at the Sisters'
Hospital and will have charge of the
nursing department.
Just what our name implies—we
transfer your baggage, supply you
with the best kinds of feed for your
stock, and furnish you with fuel.
Phone i", Transfer, Feed it Fuel Co.
Trout Fishers.
The Avery ranch is in all respects
the best resort on beautiful Sand creek.
Our guests have free access to 5 miles
of the stream. You can have the up
creek fishing in the woods, or lower
down in the deep, wide pools, where
the big trout* lie, and where you have
room to cast your fly. We grow our
vegetables, make our butter, cure our
meats, our cream, chickens, eggs, ice
and trout, in fact, nearly everything we
terve is produced on the ranch. Table
and service is first class. Rooms litted
with iron beds, neat and clean. House
strictly private. An ideal place for an
1 outing. A place where you can bring
era] your family.
FRAXK W. AVERY,
Beulah, Wyo.
Two hours' drive from Spearflsh, So.
Ij.Dak.
Special excursion train with tourist
sleeping cars, will leave Omaha Aug.
25 for Hot Springs, Deadwood and
Lead, rate, Omaha to Hot Springs, S10
to Deadwood and Lead, S15 for the
a round trip^ rate for tourist sleeping
cars b,ilf the
re«al»r
1 good returning until Sept. 10th. Parties
in the Hills having friends who they
wish to take advantage of this low rate
23 should notify them at once.
rate. Tickets
HOT SPRINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1905. VOL. 20. NO. 18.
§gfg| Sl.MK SOCIAl. AIT A IKS.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. W. Stewart gave a
dinner party Wednesday evening at
the Evans.
Mrs. A. B.Connor gave a most, en-'
joy able bowling party Thursday after­|
noon, for a large number of ladies.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernil Uargens gave a
dinner party at the Evans Tuesday eve
ning for Mr. and .Mrs. H. D. Clark.
Miss Werdtia Kellar beautifully en
tertained a number of friends Monday
afternoon iu honor of Mrs. Philip R.
Kellar.
Mrs. Dr. Hull delightfully enter
tained a party of friends Wednesday
afternoon, the guest of honor being
Mrs. p. R. Kellar.
Mrs. J. A. Stanley gave an afternoon
party Saturday in honor of Mrs. Jas.
G. Stanley, of Lead. An excellent
musical program was given.
Mrs. Or. Ibirgens gav.3 a lovely
luncheon Thursday iu honor of her
guest, Miss Richards, and Mrs. P. K,
Kellar.
E. R. Juckett and wife entertained a
party of friends at the Evans Monday
evening, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. 11.
D. Clark.
In honor of Mrs. II. D. Clark, a char
ter member, the Traveler's Club gave
an elaborate luncheon at the home of
Mrs. Eckstein last, Tuesday. The din
ing room was a bower of green and
white, the club colors. The guest of
honor's chair was marked by a huge
bunch of white sweet peas tied with
green ribbon. By the unanimous re
cpiest of the club, Mrs. Clark retained
her membership until her return from
California, which it is most earnestly
hoped will be at no distant date
Offiriul G. A. K. Train to Deliver.
The (i. A. R. veterans of South Dako
ta have accepted the special imitation
of the citizens of Cheyenne, Wyoming,
to attend a reception in that city dur
ing the afternoon of September 2d, spe
cial arrangements having been made
for their entertainment. A special
train from the eastern part of the state
will run vin Omaha and the Union Pa
cific railway, arriving at Cheyenne at
1::50 p. m. of the 2d and leave that eve
ning for Denver.
In order that Black Hills veterans
may have an opportunity to attend this
reception at Cheyenne to which the
entire South Dakota delegation is in
vited,MTiuigoMcnts have been made to
run a special train from Lead to Den
ver via the Chicago & Northwestern
railway leavisia Hot Spriugs at 1) p. m.
on Sept. 1st and arriving at Cheyenne
at noon on the 2 1. After the reception
tho entire South Dakota delegation
will leave for Denver on the special
train the evening of the '2d, all South
Dakota delegates arriving at Denver
together in one solid train. This will
give the Black Hills veterans au oppor
tunity to view the beautiful scenery
along the Xorth Platte and Chugwater
rivers between Orin Junction and
Cheyenne and also enable them to join
the eastern South Dakota veterans.
The Northwestern will be the only
line that, can take you by way of Chey
enne and attend this reception and
enter Denver iu one body with all
South Dakota veterans.
The train will consist of standard
and tourist sleepers and day coaches.
A very low fare of 67.00 for the round
trip has been made from Hot Springs,
S. D., and less from intermediate points
with limit for return until Oct. 7th,
which will afford ample opportunity
for many pleasant side trips.
Inquire of ths nearest Northwestern
ticket agent or of Mr. Geo. G. Dennis,
Deadwood, for further particulars and
sleeping car rates. They will be pub
lished later.
I hei'eby designate the above special
train the official G. A. R. train for
Denver for Black Hills veterans.
Secure your sleeping oar berths of
Capt. D. G. Grippen on or before Aug.
•2,"i, to make sure of obtaining the same.
(Signed)
ife'S J. B. WoLGEMrni,
V* —...
-SjiA
Department Commander.
By C. A. MAUSIIAI.L,
Aide-de-camp.
I®3:
Lake Talioe.
One of the most beautiful lakes in
the world lies in the hearcof the Sierras
on "The Overland Raute," 0,220 feet
above the sea level, and is completely
hemmed in by mountain walls, whose
rugged peaks rise in many places to an
additional height of from 2,000 to 4,000
feet. It is twenty-three miles wide and
from 100 to 2,000 feet deep. The entire
region surrounding the lake is pictur
esque almost beyond description, and
a never ending delight to the eye. This
regionis reached only over the Union
Pacific and its connections, the fast
trains via this route reach California
many hours ahead of all competitors.
Iuqnire of A. K. Curts, T. P. A Oma
ha, Neb.
How PfiooSi Save fneir mohqu:
BY DEPOSITING It im a flood, reliable bank. 1
I
d§,
Confident that this bank fully meets the public's
—Jp§ needs, we tender its services to all who believe
in keeping on the SAFE SIDE.
HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL BANK. Hot, Sorincs. S. D.
fl. G. tlull, Pres. G. D. florras, Cashier. J. M. Cleveland, flsst. Cashier. I
ONLY 68 HOURS
between HOT SPRINGS and
Portland, Oregon,
via the
..Northwestern Line.,
Leaving Hot Springs at 9 p'. m.
connecting with Overland Limit- I
ed at Cheyenne at 11:05 p. m. the
following evening, arriving Port
land 5:25 p. m. third day. Twelve
hours better than any previous
time by any line.
For information as to rates, eto,
to all coast points, call or write:
G.G. DENNIS,
General Agent, Osadwood-
SOCIALISM SS NOT THE
FRIEND 0E LABOR
By Rev. FATHER ANTON HESTER of Buffalo
SOCIALISM IS NOT .VXD HAS XOT DEES THE
FRI.EXD OF THE WOHKIXCLMAN. IT OP
POSED THE MOYEMEXT TOWARD A BET­
IX LABOR UXIOXS AXD DECRIED THE EFFORTS FOR
AD VAX CE PX TIL OPPOSITIOX COULD XO LOXGER'
PREVAIL Tlion it knocked on tlie portal of unionism for ad
mittance and, gaining what it sought,, now aspires to obtain con
trol of ujiionism. y*
Socialism is in no way responsible for the progress that labor|
has made today, and the workingman is better paid and lives bet-i
ter in every way than fifty years ago. Among all enlightened I
nations laws are being adopted or considered to shorten the|
hours of labor and provide against sickness and old age among tliO|
laboring classes. All these things have been brought about by or
ganized labor, and in the beginning socialists stood aside or sought)
to destroy the fruits of such efforts. They wished to bring tliei
workingmen so low in the mire that they would rise in revolution'
and bear the socialists to power and leadership.
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r, at
BUT WHEN UNIONISM COULD NO LONGER BE IGNORED THE
SOCIALISTS APPEARED UPON THE SCENE WITH OUTSTRETCHED)
HAND THEY SOUGHT OUT THE NEST LABOR HAD BUILT AND,
DEPOSITED THEREIN THEIR "CUCKOO EGGS" AND ASKED LABOR!
TO HATCH THEM OUT FOR THEM.
THE BETTER CLASS OF CITIZEXS ARE ORGAXIZ-i
IXG TO BRIXG LABOR AXD CAPITAL TOGETHER, BUT)
ALL THE WHILE THE SOCIALISTS ARE TRYING TO,
KEEP THESE TWO FORCES APART. The state has joinedj
with society in promoting harmony, which socialism opposes, and[
the state and society have found the church in full sympathy and:
support of the effort. The highest authority of the Catholic church.,*
as long as ten years ago issued the famous encyclical letter point-,
ing out the method by which the final betterment of the work-,
ingman's condition could best be brought about. The church:
preaches peace to all the world, urging capital to give labor its
due and labor to recogjrvw Us duty.
in

C. F. SAGE,
Local Agt, Springs
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TER LIFE EOI1 THE LABORING CLASS
WIIEX THAT li'OYEMEXT TOOK FORM UX-?
DEE THE DIRECT!OX OF ORGAXIZATIOXi

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