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Hot Springs weekly star. (Hot Springs, S.D.) 1892-1917, June 11, 1909, Image 8

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Perry Nichols and wife returned
morning from Collttx, [own, and
Omaha and Grand Island, Nebras
where they have been since lafet
Ht'irduy.
Ur, i4. D. JUUUIIIK- iuit oui.ui.lay n\
eiiin« Ur Walertown, i.iiis since, i,o at
tend a.mooting of thu Cnmd Lodge of
A. l\ & A. M. wiiiuli couvoneu there
this week.
Mrs. E. U. White and daughter, ar
rived here Monday morning from Kan
sas Oily to join her husband, who is
secretary to the governor at the Na
tional Sanitarium.
A. (J. Forney,Jwho has opened upj a
real estate and,'insurance business| at
Oelrinhs, was in the cit.ylSunday""visit
ing his family, Clark says their town
is a hummer for business.
Governor •Miller, of the National
Sanitarium, left Monday even
ing for Dos Moines, Town, in res
ponse t,o a telegram statiug the ser
ious illness of his daughter.
Jiunoa Iiulioy and J. ,1. MoNamara,
of linpid City, president. uxi vice-pros
iiii:•!11. id' 11.o I':iij» of !T(-! Pi'r'in ,'-, iu
ten ihvl. a -meeting of tip- directors of
the above i»an:iefd' bail k. TUP ml ay.
Hov. Cline preached the liigh school
iUiualureate -sermoii at .the /Baptist
iduircii.iasL Suuiltjy ton lui^o iiudienoe.
iTjuwaduiitiug class was present in
riji)ti' a!id paid careful heed to the
uviorii-. of the biiu.'iker.
(?iuia. Bfcnbler*uwl \V. "M. Smith, nf
HJuffrtlo Gap, were visitors :iu the city
yesterday. Mr. b'mit.h will hold a liij,'
closing out sale of nn'rcliandiso at
liull'iilo (jap soon. His ad, appears
elseuliere in t/iis issue.
Miss Ona Button, of llarrisnn, Neb
raska, came Werlnosday morning for a
visit at the heme of her uncle and
aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. Kirtley, and
to attend the exercises when her
cousin, Mitjs Mary Kirtley, graduated.
C. A. Mitiick, of Crawford, oashior of
the First National Liank, accompanied
by his wife, was in altemJence at the
Hankers convention here Monday and
Tuesday auil while here were guests
at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Chas.
Suge.
The Junior class of the High School
iXave a banquet tu the seniors at the
Evans hotel, Wednesday evening. A
four course dinner WUP the prinoipal
feature of the evening. Games and
•music also added to the evenings en
joyment.
Tho Northwestern due out of here at
nine-twenty was more than two hours
late. Tuesday evening on amount of a
•cloudburst on tho Pierre line north.
Washouts aud damage by rain have
-caused much delay to trains on all
/roads in the ilills.
Chas. Sage, a member of tho enter
tainment committee of the Commer
cial Club, went to TJapid City this
morning to meet the oflioers of the
Traveling Men's Association aud ar
range with them to hold tiieir next au
®ual meeting at this place.
Mrs. C. X. Johnson departed last
Friday evening for Lincoln,Nebraska,
where she will attend the graduating
•exercises, at the University, her son
toeing one of the class. She oxepects
go l'rotu there to Burlington,
Iowa, for a visit with relatives.
R. A. Hummel hiwv just received a
-shipment of ten thousand 6ouvenir
postal booklets of Hot Springs and
•the Black Mills that are something
sflne. The booklet consists of Ctoeuty
two views and are from Cross negatives,
the best views taken iu the Hills.
Mr. and Mr9. A, Baldwin and daugh
ter, Miss Maud, who have been visiting
«t the home of their son, W. L., here
for a few days, left Monday evening
for a trip thru the western states and
•will also visit the exposition at Seattle
before returning to their home at Sar
#eut, Nebraska.
The next meeting of the Sunshine
Union will occur with Mrs. James
Brelsford, Wednesday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock, Jane lGth. If the tan
•does npt shine we will oamp under
Mrs. Breleford'a big umbrella. All
members and friends are requested to
-«ome. SEOBETABY.
A telegram reoeived by Clifford A.
Wilson, Wednesday, from his father,
8. E. Wilson, who Is attending a con
clave of tbe Brotherhood of American
Yoeman, at Minneapolis, stated that
*t the quadrennial eleotion all the pre
«ent oflioers were re-elected includins
.Mr. Wilson as director.
The I. O. O. F. memorial service will
toe held at tbe Ohuroh of Christ, Sun
•day, June 13th, at eleven o'olook a. m.
The members of the order together
•with the Rebeccas will meet at their
tiall at ten o'olook a. m., and march In
body to the ohuroh. Rev. Eaton
will deliver tbe address.
h. E. Highley oommenoed, Wednes
day, setting up a set of new show oases
for bis etore on River Avenue. Mr
Highley expects to remodel his store
-by putting in new show cases, shelving
«ud persoriptlon case as well as having
new frout, put In the building as soon
•f o^r^nters can do the work.
Of Local Interest
Mrs. John Sughroe and eon, Charles^
left for Stockton, Illinois this week,
the latter having completed the draw
ings for the "Men of Affairs" aerie?.
Mr. Sughroe, wh" gr"'iiMtf of (be
Ait liibi.ii.utc, of CLiivjag'j, is on his way
IU join ijumujoi .0^.10
class under tbe lnstructiuu of the
noted Chicago pointer Charles i-Yim'tis
Mrowne.
A reception was tendered Mrs. (J. L.
Thorpe, of Crawford, 'Nebraska, by
Mrs. Ted Hummel at her hom* Mon
day afternoon. A dainty luncheou
was served, Mrs. E. S. Ames and ilrs.
J. W. Tuthill assisting jMrs. llummel.
A delightful time was had by those
present. Mrs. Thorpe was a former
resident of this place some years ago.
Rev. Fhillips returned Jfrom Sioux
Falls, Saturday evening whore he had
been with the remains of his wife for
burial, whose death occurred tho first
of last week from a parlulytic stroke.
Mr. Phillips is chaplain it f.h« State
Home, and he and hi* e-.toceu'd wife,
now deceased, have a host of friends
who will extend him their heartfelt
syiiip.it liy.
Jiid. Clark, of Ardmore, was in the
city Sunday. He rsport.'-i th- riices at
his towji last week as iji.ii)',' well at
tended. The treckTa'' a little heaw
for fnst goiug ou'. r.»..-u- t.' rsu.—-•
were .pulled oil'. The ballo-n: uHce
sion was one feature on the tn ogram
that rlul'iit come off on acuoaut of the
postponanie-tt, oth'r.TwHi1
was' reported.
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Mrs. t!. C. y.mith and dp,n£ h(o",
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hen, ilepHiteii Kruiay for
points in Oregon and Wn-.hiMc'on to
visit, for a time at. thn home of Mr«
jiiiiii ir~ parents and also to attiMi.i th'.
exposition at Seattle. A nrmber oi
tho school girl friends of Miss I'hea
were at the depot to wish her a pleas
ant. trip and incidentally to liven the
evening a little with their cl«."s yells.
Word was received hero yesterday
morning frum 1
vapid City, that a
heavy rain had set in at ten o'clock the
evening rr«vlon«i v.r.d at ten o'clock
LnoriiiMj* wjit'jr -*o iopth
of a foot and a half was running thrn
tho main streets filling the basement
of tho III ''lev hotel pe well as the
Bweeney stores and se\erhl other Vmild
ings. Quito a bit of damage is re
ported from the heavy rain in and
around Rapid City.
Owing to tho fact that th'ire seems
to have been some lack of understand
ing concerning the method of decidiug
the Mclioberts contest last Tuesday
evening, a word of explanation may
not be out of place. Two sets of jud
ges wore employed, one to mark on
composition and thought, the other to
decide as to delivery. Tho result an
nounced at the end of the contcst was
tho result of a combination of the two
sets of marks.
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I Wednesday
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I'owor
Each speaker had
written his own oration and the mark
ing on composition had equal weight
with that on delivery.
Herman Voight. and wife, of Tyndall,
this state, left Wednesday morning for
their homo. Mrs. Voglit has been tak
ing treatment here for a time and left
very much improved. Herman,
during his stay, has beon talking
politics with the boys around
town, principally with Win.
Dudley, whom he was associated with
iu the state senate a couple of years
ago. Mr. Voight, although f.iom t.he
eastern part, of the state, has always
had a warm spot in his heart for this
district and especially Hot Springs.
His many friends here will always be
pleased to see him whenever he de
cides to visit our city.
Special Company C, National Guards
had a touch of army life Saturday
evening when they marched from the
city to the falls, four miles south.
They went into camp, pitched their
tents aud stationed sentries to make
it more realistic. At about eight
o'olook it started to rain, picket duty
under those conditions made the boys
think of the days of 'CI. Sunday
morning the boys were out for target
practice, Chas. Sage oarrying off the
honors for the best BOOTO. The com
pany, in oharge of Capt. Hedrick and
Lieutenants Thompson and Shirley
will leave on the night of July Gth for
the state encampment at Watertown.
Miss Mary Kirtley and
MISB
May
Phillips entertained the members of
the '^graduating class and also the
teachers and prinoipal of the high
school at a Bix o'olook dinner party
last Saturday evening at the home of
Miss Kirtly. The residence was pro
fusely deoorated with lilacs, the dining
room being decorated with
the
class
colors, green aud white. After a sump
tuous four oonroe dinner, musio and
games were the order of the evening
Those present were: Prof. J. B. Shouse,
and wife, Miss Chappell, Miss Inger
soli and Miss Hartman, Joseph Mattes,
Wm. Huebener, Verner Clark, Bessie
Jaokson Kuth Crane, Bertha Eastman,
and the Misses Kirtley and Phillips,
hostesses.
FOB REST: Six room house, furnish
ed. Inquire of K. A. Hummel.
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statement of th'« hunt thoir I
iiabilitioswf.ro better than two htin-1
dred and fil'tv-six thousand dollars,
which speaks well for the- former c:ii
cers. This is one of the soundest
financial institutions westr-m Sout
Dakota and the added interests of
such men as Knowlton and Robinson
make it more so if possible
A ring'oil's CornniediaiiS are plnrint I
to good houses a( the New Opera I
House this week. 'JMiey o[ened their)
weeks engagement here with the funny I
faroe-oomedy "A Ruanaway Tramp.''j
lilacli part was cleverly handled and
the specialties between the acts wer6
well worth the price of admission
alone. Tuesday night "The Black
Flag" drew a good crowd altho a heavy
rain commenced early in the evening so
that a number who would have attend
ed were unable to do 60. Wednesday
night "At Cripple Creok" and
last evening "The Girl From Colo
rado," were greeted by packed houses.
Tonight "The Invader," and Saturday
night, "Dauiel Boone on the Trail" are
the bills. The three little girls with
the company deserve special mention
for the siugingand dancing specialties.
Those who have been unable to attend
the shows the first of the week will
make no mistake in purohasing tickets
for to-night and tomorrow evening.
Arington's Commedians are well known
to the people of this place having play
ed here previous years with equally
good success.
FOR SALE: Second hand typewriter
in fairly good condition. For sale
obeap. Can also show you best visible
typewriter on the market. Inquire of
CHAS. F. SAGE, Hot Springs.
Many of our citizens are drifting
towards Bright's disease by neglecting
symptoms of kidney and bladder trou
ble which Foley's Kidney Remedy will
quickly cure. Sold by all druggists.
LOST STBAYED OB STOLEN: One red
cow, long horns with clip out of one
ear. Had tie rope around horns. Re
ward will be given for information
leading to her recovery. R. H. DOL
LIVER, Evans Heights.
Pinenles are for all kidney, liver,
bladder rheumatic aud. urinary com
plaints. They assist iu seperating salt
and water with their poisons from the
biocd. They out inouipuy. ajid uy
W. R. Morgan.
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L. 10. fclpencer is sutfering frona
bin' h1 !'!', tipr r'weir.'f]
ferrif•.-»» from coming in
a hvi) vai'o. One of iirs i!
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i!o, ii r,j'„ v,- :vs broke nr. rJ
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make DeJJcious
Biscuit—tempting, appe»
imng, lightj wholesome.
Makes the best food to
work on tho tzst food
to Jeep aftei
no fear of im
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iug on College Hill, and the little ni-1
year old son of Joe Lessard took hold
of it resulMi": iu his hand being badly
burned and givi?g the little feilo-.v a
M- era shock. Mrs. Spencer seeing
the childs condition ran out U. frtb
him from the wire and in so doing also
took hold of the wir --,
mentioned result. Fortunately the!
current was light or both might have A
been instantly lulled. A doctor wailjt'-i!P
immediately summoned and dressed
the burns and both the lady and the
ohiid are recovering uicely.
A mooting of the directors of the
Bank of Hot Springs was held at thi-ir
banking house, Tuesday afternoon,
and two new directors were added. W.
M. Knowltr»n, onager of t!i? Chq.eii'.e
stores, and one of the best business
men iu tho Black Hills, and (J. S. (1.
Robinson, one of Fall River county's
prosperous ranchers pnd
were named as directors together with
G. C. Smith, James Ilalley and T. M.
Humphrey. The capital stock vas
also raised from ten to fifteen thous
and dollars with a surplus of live
thousand, to tho last.
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jf v? »nrrr»r,f'pr pmary
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Mrs. Kmnia K. Brelsford
Saiti1.! y..ld watch
llot Springs.
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WMALEY.
Notice.
Salesman, man or woman, wanted to
sen cue introductory package of iiaker
ized Coffee to consumers. Liberal oorn
inissioii aud pleasant work. Need not
inleriere with present employment.
For further information, call on Fargo
Mercantile Company.
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return. 11. If.
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oa light-hind leg under breech
Some white hair on left hip.
v'J.J uli re ward for reliable ini-
I'ormation or return of horse. J. N.
MOORE, Hot Springs, S. D.
Foley's Honey and Tar is especially
recommended for chronic throat and
lung troubles and many sufferers from
bronchitis, asthma and consumption
have found comfort aud relief, by us
ii.i, t/ii llout-y tiud Tar. Sold
by all druggists.
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LODGE DIRECTORY
I1AMONY LODGE, NO. 110. A. P. & A. M.
Meed lint and third Tuesdays of euch .nonth.
Visiting brothers always welcome. Officers:
U. C. Smith, W. M., C. F. Sage. Sec.
HOT SPRINGS CHAPTER NO. 33 It. A. M.
Meets first Friday of each month. Officers
G. C. Stearns, U. P., Orlando Wlllsey, Sec.
BATTLE MOUNTAIN COMMANDERY NO.
15, Knigbts Temular. Meets third Friday of
each mouth. Officere: O. Wlllsey, E. C.
MARTH\ CHAPTER NO. 22 O. E. S. Meets
second Tuesday of each month. M. J. Bent
ley, \V. M., J. W. Joyce, W. 1'., W. S. Bent
ley, See.
I. O. O. P. LODGE NO. lltf. Meets every Wed
nesday at eight o'clock. Officer*: A-"Peter
sen, N. G., C. Bacon, V. G.. C. \Vjlst». Clmp
luln. John Gross. See, J. G. Kicher, Vice tSec.
W. K. Morgan, Treas.
M1NNEKA11TA LODGE NO. 5K. A, O. U. \V.
Meets second and fourth Tuesday. Officers:
S. K. Wilt-on, M. W.. E. IJ. Juclci'lt, Foreman,
J. G. Richer,-Jiec j. .J. March, Fiunncier, G.
C. Smith. Receiver,
YEOfEN. Tne T&gulur meetings
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Y. are hnlil in the Odd Fellows linll on the
second ami fourth Thursday evenings of enoli
month. All visiting mwiilur,
We have a large amount of
My Jiamonds such as I am
offering are ot higher grades
than are usually oflered by
Jewolers of small size cities.
When quality is considered
my prices will be found very
low. I invite comparison as
to price and quality with any
thing that was offered to you
bt'fore. am showing a
larger assortment of Dia
monds than was ever shown
before in the city. 1 have
Diamonds at ill pric-" —as
low as you want or as high
as you want. I make a
specialty of large size Dia
monds. A call will convinces
you.
WATCHES
I sell nothing but the best
makes, such as Elgin, Wal
tliam, Hampden, Hamilton,
Howard in solid gold or
guaranteed gold filled cases
and will save you money.
I positively guarantee all
Watch Repairing to give
satisfaction.
Woven Wire
Pittsburg Field and Hoe Fence
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Poultry Netting, Various
that we are selling at right prices.
We also carry a complete line of Shelf and
Heavy Hardware, Queensware, and in fact
everything to be found in an up-to-date Hard
ware Store. Visit this store when in flown.
C. X. Johnson
The Ifarrlware Mart,.
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BLACKSMITH and WAGONMAKER
I have opened up a Blacksmith and Wagon Shop in the
old butcher shop building, lower town, and am now pre­
pared to do all kinds of work in that line.
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY.
READ YOUR TITLE CLEAR
You can do so if you get your abstracts
from the
FaSl River County Abstract Co.
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