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Hot Springs weekly star. (Hot Springs, S.D.) 1892-1917, June 11, 1909, Image 4

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The best beefsteak at Rioher's. lower
town.
The Herrlok refrigerator at O. X.
Johnsons.
Bananas and oranges at Rioher's,
lower town.
Photo poBtala $1.00 per doz. at Mar
anville Studio.
O. G. Cojer, of Edgemont, was in the
oity Wednesday.
O. L. Dayton, of Oeadwood, San
dayed in the oity.
G. Li, Jensen transaoted business at
Hill City, Monday.
Stereooopio views of Wind Cave
new shipping at Hnmmels.
So-Lite-first, last and all the tiaie
for Bale only at Hammels.
Biggest line of poBtals in town. 10,
000 jast reoeived at Ross*.
Only expert workman employed at
Evan's Annex Barber Shop.
If yon want a good farm snap oall on
a A. EVBUB Real Estate Agency.
M. R. Kirby, of Rapid City, was here
on matters of business Tuesday.
Theo. Reaser oame up from Oelriohs'
Monday, on matters of business.
J. L. Marooux's big removal sale still
oontinues with unabated suooess.
Miss Olga Hill, of Oelriohs, visited
friends at
thiB
place last Saturday.
V. O. Atwell, of Oelriohs, was in the
oity on matters of business Monday.
See those new post oards of the Sis
ter's Hospital at Rosa' confectionery.
R. A. Hummel spent the first of the
week at his ranoh near Buffalo Gap.
S. B. Jacobs, of Deadwood, was a
business visitor in the oity Tuesday.
P. S. Englebret, of Rapid City,oalled
on friends in this oity last Saturday.
Sheriff Dargon and wife, of Chadron,
were Sunday visitors in Hot Springs.
O. C. Cole, of Deadwood, came down
Wednesday evening for a short stay.
WANTED: At once a girl for general
housework. Apply to J. L. Marooux.
See the stereooopio views of Wind
Cave at Hnmmels, the finest ever taken.
C. J. TubbB, of Edgemont, waa oall
ing on friends in the oity last Saturday.
Eli Swallow, of Oelriohs, was in the
oity Saturday on matters of business.
BeBt quality Rook Springs coal for
sale by the Transfer, Feed, & Fuel Co.
Mrs. Effle Conkey, of Oelriohs, was
a Hot Springs shopper last Saturday.
Sherriff Jensen made a business trip
to Hermosa and Rapid City last Fri
day.
John Sharpe, of Rapid City, was in
the oity on matters of business Satur
day.
R. E. Barnard, lumber dealer from
Oral, was here on business last Satur
day.
Michael Rush, of W.G. Flat, waa a
business visitor in this oity Wednes
day.
Try an eleotrio scalp message for
falling hair at the Evan's Annex Barber
shop.
Col. Hay ward, of the Hayward Shoe
Co., of Chadron, spent Sunday in this
plaoe.
John Gillespie returned from a
short business trip to Custer, Sunday
night.
For first class view work see the
Maranville Studio in the City Hote 1
block.
A. P. Strouse, of Oelriohs, was here
Saturday visiting his brother J. E.
Strouse.
Mrs. E. S. Parsons went to Buffalo
Gap Wednesday, to spend the day with
friends.
John Davidson and F. R. Pike were
passengers to Buffalo Gap, yesterday
morning.
Go to Rioher's for sandwiohes, ooffee
milkshakes and other soft drinks, five
cents eaoh.
Pictures taken dark days as well as
bright .ones at Maranville studio in
lower town.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart, of
Buffalo Gap, visited friends In the oity
over Sunday.
Kodak finishing promptly done It
reasonable prices at Maranville Studio
in lower town.
J. F. Drake, on* of Oelriohs' hustling
real estate men, was a oaller in the
oity Saturday.
Otto Trager, of Chadron, was in the
oity a few days the first of the week
visiting friends.
Chief Dispatcher Sands, for the
Northwestern at Chadron, was here on
John Gray and O. L. Snedeker, of
Deadwood, are spending a few days In
thadtytUa week.
Dr. C.W. Hargena end wife left Sun
'on a short businsss trip
day evening
toDetrolt, 1
Hoi Gave stereooopio views made
from the oelebrated Croes negatives
for sale at K. A. Hnmmels.
Mrs. R. O. Matteeon left Monday ev
eolngto visit her parents at Madison
state, for ashon time.
IpBtifMaa np your home by using H.
ft If. pnlnta and Sunshine. The
Wooeter Company, Agents.
Remember, two doa. photoe forSSoat
Icnnvllle Studio located intheCity
Salvar cures blood poison in atly
stage, rheumatism in any form. Bert
Aldenbruok, agent, Hot Springs.
Husband—Did you over have to
"Pace the Mueio?" Bettor take your
wife Friday night, June 18th.
Fred Calder aocompanied by his Ria
ter-in-law, Mrs. J. P. Frizzell, visited
relatives at Bdgemont, Tuomlay.
Glen Rindesbaoher loft VVednendtiy
evening to spend the summer with lite
grandparents at Stoukton, Illinois.
Miss. Addie Snow, of Chadron, sifc
ter of Editor Snow, of the Journal,
spoilt Sunday with frieDds in the city.
Edward Martin, general manager of
the T. S. Martin Department Store
at Sioux City, is spending the week
here.
Geo. Thorp, of Crawford, Nebraska,
a former business man at this plaoe,
oame Sunday for a visit with old time
friends.
Edward Butlor, traveling agtent for
the Northwestern out of Chadron, was
looking after oompany business here
Saturday,
Morris Kellier, one of Pennington
county's most prosperous stockmen
spent a few days iu town the first of
the week.
Bargains are to be had iu all kinds
of furniture at J. L. Marcoux's Re
member the sale lasts only for a short
time now.
E. C. Andersen, of Custer, who has
been spending a few days here with
bis son, returned home Wednesday
morning.
Arthur and John Colgan, of Eclge^
mont, were visitors at the home of
their sister, Mrs. Chas. Eastman, last,
Saturday.
John Gillespie was at Bdgemont
Tuesday to put in a bid on eome oity
work that is to be done there in the
near future.
V. E. Englebert, of Oelriohs, was in
this oity Wednesday and added his
name to the already large list of STAR
subscribers.
FOR SALE: Two houses, at a bargain
if taken immediatly. 'Also a ranoh 3
miles from town. Particulars iuquire
of J. N. MOOSE.
Services at the Presbyterian ohuroh
June 13th, as usual. Suuday school at
10 a. m. Preaching servioe at
Miss Bertha Gordon has finished her
work as teacher in the Valentine Ne
braska, schools and will spend the
summer here with her parents.
Ira Magowan oame up from Gordon,
Nebraska, Sunday, to spend a few days
with his parents here aud to take in
the commencement week program.
Mre. A. D. Wilson and son, Sidney,
of Deadwood, who have been visiting
here for the past couple of weeks, left
Wednesday morning for their home.
Miss Catherine Reeder returned the
latter part of last week from Linooln,
Nebraska, where she has been attend
ing school during the winter months.
Mrs. B. J. Webster and baby, of
Deadwood, arrived Saturday evening
to visit for a time at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Marooux.
To avoid serious results take Foley's
Kidney Remedy at first sign of kidney
or bladder disorder suoh as baokaohe
urinary irregularities, exhaustion, and
you will soon be well. Commence tak
ing Foley's Kidney Remedy today.
Sold by all druggists.
Obituary.
Mary Ellen Mack, daughter of Rev.
Levi M. Mack, was born May, 3rd,'1831.
She departed this life at Hot Springs,
South Dakota, May 25th, 1909. She
was married to Rev. Joseph S. Phillips
In the Sailors Bethel church at
Buffalo, New York, by Rev. Griffith,
July 17th, 1853. Lovingly and loyally
aide by side, they fought the battles of
life for fifty-six years and twenty-two
tys. From her child bood she was an
•wncst, devoted christian and never
tiled or faltered in the path of duty.
Modest and retiring, she dosired to be
remembered only what she had
done. Truly a mother in Israel has
left us. Her last days were made
happy atid pleasant by the presenoe of
the Lord and the kindly ministrations
of friends who knew and loved tor.
Her remains were laid to rest in tue
beautiful Woodlawn cemetery at Sionx
Falls, feeling that she is not dead but
sleeping. May those who so kindly
ministered to us in the hour of be
reavement lack no kindly, voice to
cheer and comfort them at their olose
of life. J. S.P.
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a. m.
C, E. at 7 p. m.
E. B, Jones, of Ardiuora, partner
of Ed. Clark in the general merchan
dise business, was a pleasant oaller iu
the oity Sunday,
Misses Bonnie Brodus and Blanohe
Montgomery returned Wednesday
morning from a weeks stay with
friends at Ardmore.
G. F. Baisett, of Chicago, was visit
ing in this oity a few days the first of
the week. Mr. Bassett may decide to
locate here permanently.
M. E. Fish, who has been employed
at Bert Shirley's barber shop for a time
left Monday evening for his home at
Worthington, Minnesota.
tamo ATTENDANCE
Fine Program and Good Attendance
at Teachers Institute
The Teachers Institute was held at
the high school building this week
cnriitiiflm'ing Monday and lasting un
til today. Mrs. Josephine t\ Ander
son, county snperlntodent, was assist
ed during the week by Prof. M. M.
Ramet, Mf Pierre, and Mrs. Hattie
Moore Mitohell, of Des Moines, Iowa.
Both gave several very interesting lec
tures to the t.eaohers of the oounty.
The folldtving are the names of those
taking the examinations: Bertha E.
Eastman, John M. Johnson, Merial M.
Chappell, Laura Ellis, Winnie PhilifS,
Heatah tluebner, lOdna Mosher, Sarah
ilanuon, Francis liartman, Mattie C.
Allen, Stella ChappeH, Anna Godsey,
Bthel Fierce, Celia Strouse, Hattie
Fisher, Ruth Wood, Neara McRoberts*
V^sta Mo Roberta, Mrs. E. M. Stewart,
Mrs. J. II. Fall, Austa Evaus, Ray
mond West, Catherine E. Potts, Agnes
Stock, Mae Harris, Mora T. Kutzler,
Anna Daily, Anua Preston, Cordelia
Ooleman. Anna B. Mattes, Alioe Brush,
Anua McQuay, Carrie D. Conger,
Swvano Pettigrew, Myrtle Frye, Carrie
Frye, Grace E. Cox, Florence Wilkin
son, Mrs. Oella Hewitt, Stella Hewitt,
Maude A. Hewitt, Loula Fortune,
Frank Olson, lioy E. Backus, Nellie
Brenishol/., Dottie Taylor, Florence
Bclden
FAITMERSINSTITUTE
Superintendent Chamberlain Desires
Co-Operation of Townspeople.
The following letter was reoeived by
J. A. Stanley from A. E Chamberlain,
who so suoeesfully conducts the farm
ers' institutes eaoh season, and has
been turned over to the Commercial
Club for suoh action as may seem best.
There is no doubt but the plan sug
gested by Mr. Chamberlain would add
greatly to tho interest of the institute,
and thereby induce a much larger at
teniieuoe at the institute. Mr. Cham
berlain says am writing to parties
at St. Onge, Whitewood, Sturgis, Rapid
City and to you to see whether or not
some of the rest of your towns would
not like to adopt the plan whioh Buffa
lo Gap has of holding a'display of farm
and garden products, fruit and live
stock during the time of the farmers'
institute this fall. You know some
thing of the way Buffalo Gap does and
of the success attending their efforts,
and 1 will be pleased if you would talk
the matter over with some of your Hot
Springs people and see if they will not
adopt something of the same plan,
have suggested to the gentlemen of
the different places that if they And
their busiuess men will take hold of
the matter, they call a meeting and
appoint some one to represent them at
a meeting 1 will oall at Rapid City of
the representatives from the different
towns who wish to adopt this plan,
when we oau arrange the dates, and
also adopt some method of proouring
music, merry-go roun3, and other at
tractions that would go clear around
to all the meetings. 1 think your
people would probably take hold of
sach a matter. Will you please talk
the matter over with some of your
leading citizens and if you find they
wish to do so get enough of them to
gether to insure making it a suooess if
you go into it and advise what the re
sult is. 1 would like to hear from you
about this matter as soon as possible,
and get the dates agreeable to all."
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Fail River County Transfers
Past Week.
Enoch Jones and wife to
Stookmans Bank, lot 1,
blk. 1, Stewarts addition
to Hot Springs
J. C. Bridsell and wife to
Fred L. Cooper, lot 5, C,
blk 7, Birdsell's addition
to Hot Springs
Eben W. Martin, trustee
to Ethel Peirce, blk. 18,
Mammoth Springs addi
tion to Hot Springs
Samuel Maddox to J. M.
Hoisington, lot 29, blk. G,
Hot Springs
Chas. Nebo and wife to H.
M. Brindley et al,
of J4, of
eeo 13, twp. 10, rge. 7
J. C. Birdsel), to E. H. Sev
ier, lot 9, blk 8, Birdsell's
addition to Edgemont....
Jessie D. Searles, to Amy
A. Haokney lot 26, blk 16.
Mammoth Springs addi
tion to Hot Springs
James Hoisington to Frank
W. Murphy, lot 29, blk. 6,
Hot Springs
For The
1 0 0 0 0
...125.00
10q.00
....700.00
SALARY RAISED
Hot Springs Office Raised From Third
to Second Class
A large number of South Dakota
postmasters are to receive a raise in
salary according to a bulletin just is
sued by the postoffloe department.
Fifty-two postmasters are in the raise.
A. Stanley, the looai postmaster is to
reoeive 82,000 instead of $1,900 as form
erly. Larger receipts puts this offloe
into second class as is also Canton, tho
only other office in the state to be pro
moted this year.
Rings Little Liver Pills—small,
pleasant and easy to take. Pinesaive,
oarboiized, is good for 'burns. It
penetrates the pores, draws out in
flammation, and is healing, it is also
good for outs, sores and bruises. Sold
by W. R. Morgan.
S TSi.
ANOTHER GOOD ONE
lt»mbicrs In Theatrical liole On:
More.
"Facing the Music," is U10 title
the funny legitimate farce coniody in
several jerks to be presented at tl
Now Opera House, Friday, June 18!
under the auspices and for the benefit
of the Ramblers, who...need no intro
duction to the people of llot Spring*.
The principal character, Samuel Sri
wyu, in whose drawing room most
the music takes place, is found at thy
age of forty years still very much
terested in race horses, stays
Everyone would be benefited by tak
ing Foley's Orino Laxative for constipa
tion, stomach aud liver trouble, as it
sweetens the stomach and breath,
gently stimulates the liver and reg
ulates the bowels and is much superior
to pills and ordinary laxatives. Why
not try Foley's Orino Laxative today?
Sbld by all druggists.
PIANO
CONTEST
yg Before another
!fj issue of this pa
per comes before
jfi
the public some-
jjg one will be the
5 proud possessor
of the line
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.8 1000.00
...225.00
.250.00
.450.00
ot Springs.
Hi
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nights and can't possibly read poetry
much to the disgust of his ohurmiii.!
and relentless wife, who together with
handsome and winsome daughter, jtw.
of a marriagabla age, and Dibbs, a bi.y
in buttons and who knows more than
most boys, are responsible for a gre-.it
deal of the music he is compelled
faoe. However Bosco Blithers, an iv.
nooent old pennmanship teacher aixi
author of "Pot Hooks and Hangers" by
being mistaken by Mrs. Selwyn as
Tompkins, the pout author of "Mid
night Moons" and "The Frozen Tear,"
comes in for .several tunes which ha
gladly faces, having mistaken hiin
for the man he insulted. The duets
by Mrs. Selwyn and Lottie, (the girl
whom he thinks he had out to Buppo."
last night) might be considered ver
clciaioal but the old man faces them
in a very rag time manner. The part
of Samuel iSelwyu will be takeu by
Francis S. Dowling under whose dire
tiou the play is produced. The oth
parts will be taken by some of the be r,
talent along this line in Hot Spring
and it is quite unnecessary to say they
will not only play their respective
parts in a creditable vmanner but they
will also look them, Jas Mr, Dowling is
cot only an aotor and director of abil
ity but is considered one of the be*r
"make up" men in the business. Re
member you will laugh ISO times In 1-0
minutes. Talk about your ^licence fur
laughter see this one by people yoii
know, with whom you have somethui/
iu common and who guarentee to inoro
than please you. Secure your seal
early at the usual plaoe or from club
members for we predict for them a
packed house.
Hi
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Werner
Piano
jg to be given to the £15
most popular Ui
voung lady of
The popular ladies are
on the home stretch and
the leaders are close to
gether. They all have
friends and we look for a
large vote at the last. It
would be a stunt for any
one to pick the winner of
this grand prize.
W
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There will be a great
rush at the finish for scores
of people have said "wait
until the last and I will
help you" The last will
sopn be here and a little
boost may help your favor
ite to win the big prize.
CONTESTANTS ARE
Eva Bingham S
Edna Deuel S
Edna Burge
Aion Shouse
US Lillian Page UC
gj Elizabeth Whaley mf
Buyers and
Sellers
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GREAT
Farms, Fruit and Cattle Ranches.
Insurance, Loans and Collections:
List Anything You Have to Sell With Us.
iEmil If anjMta
3$Ijul?5ctl? an?i detail iriujgtst
Paints and Oiis, Wall Paper, Perfumery
Toilet Articles, Etc.
F?aH Orders Filled fHe Same Day
as Received.
EVANS
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
JOHN H, EVANS, Manager. fej
Residence and Building
Lots on Easy Terms
LIST YOUR FARM LAND WITH US
W. R. MORGAN
Hot Springs, S. D. (Lower Town)
Always carries a complete stock of the Purest and Best
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, Pharmaceutical
Specialties, Druggists Sundries, Fine Toilet Ar
tides, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, Brushes,
Combs, Toilet Lotions, Stationery, Etc.
Fine Line of the Best Cigars and Smokers Articles
I Headquarters for Pineule Preparations. Give me a call, jjjl
I ANNOUNCEMENT
111 The Tayloring establishment formerly conducted by
|njf
Hanewinkfel & Son has been taken over by L. L.
|P BELCHER and we are prepared to do all kinds of
k§ Cleaning, Pressing and Dying. Are also agents for
fl
WESTERN TAILORING COMPANY, of
wra Chicago. We will be pleased to meet all the old cus
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tomers of the shop and many new ones. We guarantee
satistaction at moderate priccs. Ladies work especially
iUfi] solicited.
Lemuel Ross
We are Hunting for Your
Business
We have the goods to get it too, such as
FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY, CIGARS,
STATIONARY and POST CARDS.
tS^8S3giiegS3M36BSCTa
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HOT SPRINGS, S. D. Ml

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