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*. fc »-, j" 4 L_fi yi -fi •fi ':Fij "/"i! 4v 41 LiVR.1 ,s '&£•' KM Mil v~ 9 1 $750 J. L. Minosx,Ucsass "A. aeMi rillHl Ike Nichols' Cancer Sanatorium, EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TREATMENT OF CANCER. WRITE FOR BOOKLET ENTITLED*. "CANCER, IT'S PROPER TREATMENT & CURE' NICHOLS' SANATORIUMS Hot Springs, South Dakota and Savannah, Missouri. FRESH FRUIT Strawberries, Peaches, Bananas, Plums, Cherries and all seasonable fruit received daily. GIVE US your orders. It IV '-'f .• „ir "V. ..... ,V Souvenir Goods We have the most complete line of Agate and Gold Stone Souvenir Novelties in the Black Hills. SEE THEM. Pott Cards and Fine Fresh Candies Our Spec ialties. We Want You to Call. Lemuel Ross its the most talked of car in the world. Sterling merit has sold it to over 53o,ooo people of every nation the world over. Ford service •f and guarantee are both in cluded in the price. This means a lot to an auto buyer. 5500 for the runabout $550* for the touring car and for the town car—f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Gc^ catalog and particulars from Hot Springs Motor Co. Mo. 1 J. F. Msitosx, UesoM Mo, VI J. L. MARCOUX & SON. UCENSKD EMBALMERS Mil UNDERTAKING PARLOR8 Lecalei is iTaa ttktart Star &WM 'ST-, -at An tnalytis of the Hot Springs waters shows that .the chemical par K*Uon in l» follows^ Wat*. chloildeof Ammonium..0 I 9. JpP7: I.»i7.l'000 Nttfata of Magnesium ..0 302( 1100 Phosphateof Mafiwslu*........ 0 0960 I wV. U. 0 1490 •7 0291 IbgMMaiii.. 4 n* „, .. 0 2710 1«*• #•X+f, ntm«mi I ?fB3 SUTt RIVER VALLEY Mrs. Ray Houghton, of Lithla, was visiting IQ Miss Ella and Dora Jadd spent Thursday with their grandparents, near Smithwiok. Mrs. and Mrs. W. P. Bamelstrom and Mrs. Baohman spent Sunday visiting at the Frank Fredrick home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Knueppel and family and M. F. Judd and family •pent Sunday at Jim M. Farl. RATES TO HOT SPRINGS Tariff No. 72 Effective June 1st to September JOth Inclusive Recently Issued New rates to the Blaok Hills have been reoently made and the people of this city who have friends at any of the points named below would do well to acqaaint them with this fact. The following table gives the round trip rate to Hot Springs and the ensuing paragraphs are explanatory cf the dif ferent routes. SOUTH DAKOTA ROUTE NO. 1 ROUTE SO. Aberdeen 17.20 8 27.10 Brookings 17 35 20.10 Oenterville 17.20 2305 Oonde 17.20 2G.95 Doland 10 30 /. 20 25 Elkton 18.00 show at futurity if owned by an exhibi tor living in the state where the'futuri ty is held, provided that no animal oan be shown at more than one futurity. This rating by the American Associa tion ta a gratifying tribute to the South Dakota swine breeders and to the State fair which will be held at Huron dur ing the week beginning September 14 NEW IMPROVEMENTS New and Larfer Diflinf Cars Now Being Placed in Service by the C. ft N. W. Railway New dining oars of tbe most modern type are now being Installed on a num ber of Ohieago and North Western Railway limited trains* The cars are "all steel" construction and measure 82 feet long and seat 36 people at a time. Regular dining oars heretofore in use on most lines seat only 30 people at a time. All of the new oars are finished in polished mahogany, and are brilliantly illuminated by tbe indireot eleotrio lighting ayatem. New linen and silver of a pleasing pattern and of a standard maintained by the Ohloago and North Western Railway have been supplied for each oar. The kitohens and broilers are larger than those installed in the old dining oars and other features have been planned with a view of supplying eepeoially qolok and effloient servioe to patrons. It was with the idea of aatlafyins its patrons, and maintaining its usual high standard, In supplying the beet of everything, that the Chtoa go and North Weetern Railway has had these dining oars of an Improved r.ype and larger dimensions oonstroot «d. They will be plaoed In regular servioe on the North Western Limited (the dally train to St. Paul-Miiineapolif, and aerviott t*ie renowned 11.00 Table de Hote iiun*), the Duluth Limited, the Denver Special, the North OoMt Limited, the Iron and.Copper Ooubtry £xpre»e, the Chiosgo Special and the Gtoiuiaba Passenger. The Chioago ana^North Weetern Railway has been very discriminative in their eeleotlon of their dining oar •mployeee, and none bat the moat skilled ohefs and waiters will be .found in the setvioe of thle Company. Privates*: Oa mott tiQll RRRINQfl WEEKLY &XAIU HOT &^RJWO% *»/V»W 1A. tbia vioinity last week. Mrs. Alioe Melson, of Morning Star, was in oar community Thursday. Mrs. H. C. Knneppel delightfully en tertained the Ladies Aid. Thursday. 9 2 r, 20.80 Elrod 17.40 27.35 Faulkton 14.20 Gettysburg, 12,50. Groton 17.90 Huron 14 50 Lake Preston.... 10.10 Parker 1G 40 Pierre 0.70 Red field 15 50 Salem 10.40 Vilas 16 30 Watertown..... 18.35 Wolsey 13.90 Yankton 17.20 25.00 23 95 24 90 23 95 Route No. 1: O. & N. destination, via Pierre, returning same route. 30 day limit. w. Route No. 2: O. and N. W. Line to destination, via Pierre. O. B, & Q. to Omaha, via Denver. O. & N. W. Line to starting point. October 31st limit. STATE FAIR NEWS Many Premiums Offered For Herds of Fine Hogs at State Fair Huron, 8. July 17th: South Da kota ranks fourth with twenty-nine herds in the list of eleven states which have nominated herdsfor the futurity shows to be held during the 1914 fair season under the management of the American Poland-China Reoord Asso ciation. States ranking below South Dakota are: Nebraska, Missouri, Wis consin, Illinois, Montana, Minnesota Tennessee, Kentuoky, and Mississippi, Premiums totalling 9000 are offered for this futurity, in addition to the 120000.00 regular premiums. $150 of this is paid by the State Fair Assooia tlon and $450 by tbe American Poland China Reoord Association. An animal that has been Mkept good" is eligible to V. 14 S Meant 23atfy i}o •A The Keystone Liveru for WIND CAVE HACKS, ALL KINDS OF RIGS, SINGLE DRIVERS AND SADDLERS. PROPRIETOR HOT SPRINGS, S. D. GOOD PLUMBING IS NOT A LUXURY -1-. I V:, of alok. it in an absolute necessity, if -you would care to take the full enjoyment of living.- We can install every plumbing need or Correct Faulty Plumbing Our workmen are very profi cient and will cause you very .little inconvenience in your repair work. Should you have any plumb ing to be done you will save tithe and money by attending to it 0nce. am going wMt Will diapoee of hoaaahold gooda oheap at private aalaJP AITI PHFP R.BMntree, 135lllnoeknliteAve. 13U AVL |\IVnLR WILL FERGUSON In now open and ready to receive bathers and patients. We give baths for all kinds of rheu matism and other ailments. Graduate chiropractor also connected with this bath house Rates reasonable, both for baths and board. Bus meets all trains. CARNEY COAL is the coal that made Carney famous. It's the best in town. We have it in Nut, Egg and Lump sizes. We give as prompt attention and as good service in filling small orders as we would if you told us to fill all your bins. f£ Swans Down and Golden Star Flour Two of thebest brands on the market. Have a sack delivered to your home. Building Material Hardware. Etc. We always carry a big supply of Fuel and Feed. Hay, Grain, Etc. Stove Wood in all lengths. Give us your order small or big. Our customers are our best advertisers. We want you for a booster. v£, See •r. PHONE 105. f,!--!,.?', -it* 5... }V*- fy** .a- -I 7 A Mr drib Santtarium See us before locating. 1 /-if "i, 2S96S6969S9S9S96S69eS6969S9S9 Hot Springs T# Hotel, Hot Springs, South Dakota Mrs. M. S. Nichobon, Prop .. a BATH HOUSE completely remodeled and supplied with equipment and fixtures equal to any bath house in the north west. Mineral water direct from the famous old original Indian Spring noted for its cures of Rheumatism, Kidney and Stomach trouble. Bath tickets reasonable. NICHOLSEN APARTMENTS run in connection where rooms may be secured for light housekeeping. For further information, address MRS. M. S. NICHOLSON, Hot Springs. fj&ssy-'' Pikes Peak, Estes Park, Royal Gorge, The Black Hills, Big Horn flountains, Yellow stone Park, Qlacier National Park, Puget Sound Country, California. These are western scenic and vacation regions, for any of which Europe would pay a fabulous sum to possess. They are ours and are easily accessible at loW rates, luxurious train service, and may be enjoyed at small expense. You Will' be surprised to learn the moder ate cost of a two-week's stay in Colorado, for instance at Estes Park, or at Hot Springs in the Black Hills, or at a hospitable ranch in the Big Horn mountains, near Sheridan, or in tfie Absorakas beyond Cody or would you prefer a tour and keep "on the move,"—through Yellowstone or Glacier National Parks, or of the Pacific Coast thru Scenic Colorado? -'b' 4 11 «. -s A Minekahta Baths $1.50 to To $2.00 par day. $7.00 to $12.00 week 1 You can travel in America at the lowest railroad rate^and in the most comfortable trains in the world. Ask me for literature descrip tive of any tour you have iu mind. W. L. BALDWIN, Ticiiet 4geat, Hot Springs, 3. D. L. W. WAKE LEY, Ceneral Passenger Agent Omaha, Nebraska. per Open Air PLUNGE on y.: tbe grounds, 1 5. ,ny'. 3 i- .rf'