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SOUTH DAKOTA
BANIFIPROSPER
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS HAVE
URGE SUMS ON DEPOSIT
INCREASE OF $3,500,000
TOTAL SHOWING OF GASH IN ALL
BANKS IS APPROXIMATELY
NINETY MILLION DOLLARS
An InorMM of over $3^00,000
ahown In depoalta In the state banks of
douth Dakota between the oalla for re
ports of oonditlon Jane 30, 1914 and
Jane 4,1913, this amount being oover
ed In the Items of oheoklng deposits,
savings deposits, demand oertlfloatee
and time oertlfloatee, says a Pierre dis
patch. While this showing is one
whioh lndloatee a general prosperity of
the etate a deorease of praotioally $1,.
000,000 from the showing of the oall of
Maroh 4 of 1914. This redaction Is ao
credited to the demand1 for oash In
patting In the crop* of the state for
the spring, and the showing of the
next oall later in the eeason Is likely to
make quite a different ehowing.
In the depoelte showing of the com
parative ehowing for Jane 30,1914, and
Jane 4,1913, in detailed figures, is:
Jane 30, '14 Jane
36 449
273,066
3,199,462
Time oertlfloatee
MoRoberts, Mrs. Mllo
Q. M. Cleveland.
4/14
Dividends unpaid 57,665 9 22,789
Cheok deposits 22,628,131 22,026,567
Savlngf depoeita 2,457.970 2^02,191
Certified oheoks
Cashier's oheoks
Due other banks
Demand oertifl-
44,627
•296,174
2,905,127
920,153 787,271
28,292,192 26,638.306
The total Increase in reeouroee of
the etate banks from all eourcea for
the year are shown to be $5,069,119
with a deorease of SG96.287, the prinot
pal features of the deorease (Ming
1496,285 due from other banks.
The inorease In liabilitlee ie shown at
14,451^)66, prlnoipally In the time
oertlfloatee and savings aooounts in
tha banks, with a deorease of resouroes
of $78£34, whioh la largely lnoluded In
notee redlsoounted and cashier's
oheoks.
Tha report shows 534 state banks
doing busineee for the 1914 report as
against 530 for the report in 1913, and
the ehowing Is one of a healthy growth
in the banking business of the state
for the year.
The total showing ofdepoeite of all
olassee In both, the state and national
banke of the etate at the Jane oall will
no doubt be near 990,000,000 when both
reports are available for oomparison.
HIKE THROUGH TIOILLS
lev. Chas. F. Bailer, ef the baptist Cherch,
WUI Walk From Lead.
Rev. Chas. P. Holler went to Lead
last Friday morulng to attend the
annual meeting of the Blaok Hills As
sooiatioa of Baptist ohuroheo, whioh
oonvened in that oity Friday, Saturday
and Sunday. On Friday evening Rev.
Holier preaohed the Dootrinal aermon
of the convention. On Mondfy morn
Ing he etarted on along hike through
tha Hiila with the Intention of walking
tha entire dietanoe from Lead to Hot
Springe and drinking in the beauties
of thia Swltaarland of Amerloa.
This Is a novel but. praotloal way o'
taking reet from mental toll, gaining
streogth for new duties and getting
•law of naturae wonders. What oouid
give greater ineplratlon than the handl
work of God as rsvealed in tha babb
ling brooks, the waving pines, the maa
slve rooks, Mia gorgeous oanyons and
*owwtog mountains of tha Blaok
SOCIAL EVENTS
ret
l» Wfs Aarie
McSetsrts Whet* MarrisfeOccan Sesa.
Mlaa Annie MoRoberta, whose mai
ura aoon, haa been the goei
at afraral aodel events the
ThO flrat of tt
at the honw of
Mlaa May Cleveland, Saturday evening
glean by Mlaa Cleveland and Mlaa Lata
and waa attended bf the
of the Modern Drama blub
few other gooota, A aocial
the lawn, later
"dalntgr vatraehmente wera aerved.
Thoaa prisint were: Mlsssa Vesta,
Neam aad Annie MoRoberts, Mande
Jsnaen,I«lla
puis,
land,
Edith Wllaon, Late
dove-1
•m
Crew and Mrs.
The Westminister Guild gave a
miscellaneous shower for Miss Annie
MoRoberts at the home of Mrs.
Tallman on Monday evening. At the
"lose of a pleaaant oouple of hours a
four oourse lunoheon was served by
Mrs. Tallman assisted by Mrs, G. M.
Cleveland and Miss May Cleveland
Besides numerous other present, the
Guild presented Miss MoRoberts with
two beautiful pieoee of out glass. The
gueets: Misses Vesta, Annie and Neara
MoRoberts, Mra. W. J. MoRoberts,
Mrs. H. H. Cook, MIbb Elizabeth
Meyers. Miss Marie Becker, Mrs. Rex
ojoe, Mrs, H. O. Moorehouse, Mrs. Joe
toth, Misses Katharine and Alma
Reeder, Miss May Cleveland, Miss Lsta
Amundson, Mrs. O. M. Cleveland and
Mra. D. Tallman. ,j
Yesterday afternoon Misses Belle
and Qaeena Stewart" entertained in
honor of Miss Annie MoRoberts, Whose
marriage to Mr. 8. J. Hanks, of New
Mexloo, will take plaoe soon. About
fifteen friends of Miss MoRoberts
generously showered her with many
ussful kltohen artloles.
At the oloee of the afternoon, light
refreehments were served in appropri
ate kltohen dishes and tin spoons
whioh were given to the gueets as
souvenirs. Those from out of town
were: Mrs. Clyde Cooper, of Oolumbue,
Nebraska Mrs. Joe Roth, of Omaha
Miss Jane Wattles, of Neligh, Nebraska
Miss Helen Hanna( of Greely, Nebras
ka and Miss Graoe Whaley, of
Osoeola, Iowa.
"Refused Nottae." Every editor hss
received them. The postmasters sends
them to the edltotf. For instanoe, there
is a man by the name of John Blank,
who refused to take his paper out of
the poatoffloa. He did not want it any
longer, and we wondered what waa the
matter, Upon Investigation of our
subscription book we found that John
was short 15.70. He stopped the paper
as a matter of eoonomy to us. One
evening we went to ohuroh and' John'e
melodious voloe rang out loud and
dear in that cool-stirring song.
"Jeeua Paid It All." We might have
been mistaken buthia earnestness im
pressed us. The next day we aent him
areoelpt In full, begging bla pardon
for not knowing he bad made arrange
ments for his liabilities in that manqer.
BEILTEIEPBONE OFFICIALS
Wew DefliMed With Their Tr* aal SaauMr
Meetiac lere Last Week.
Above I# reproduced a picture of
aomeof the offldala of the Nebraaka
BaU Trtspbone Company who held
their eonmer ib^etlag In thia city laat
week and below la a letter givsn Mr.
Jensen by thsaa men thanking him lor
htopart In tlielr entertainment and
praMng our dty aa a reaort:
Hot Springs, & D, Anguat U, 1914,
Mr. Chrla I* Jenaen, Free. 4'
Pwl*^l^h^4TW«rapbCo.
Hot Springs, South Dakota.
OLD SETTLERS
ML PICNIC
S
________
MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION
HELD MONDAY EVENING
SEPTEMBER 7IH THE PATE
ARRANGEMENTS BEING HADE FOR
HOUSING GOOD TIME BY IKE 010
SETTLERS OF FAIL RIVER COUKTr
Members of the Fall River County
Old Settlers Association met at the
offioe of Dr. R. D. Jennings, the presi
dent, Monday evening and discussed
plans and appointed oommitteee to
have oharge of the annual Old Settlera
Pioniotbts year and Labor Day, Sep
tember 7th, waa designated as the date
for this yaar'a event.
The same looation near the old
ohautauqua grounds will be used again
this yew and John Mueller, John Rloher
and E.^T. Clark were appointed a oom
mlttee on arrangements and will have
oharge of the program for the day.
They will also prepare the grounds by
erecting stands, tables, and danaiwg
platform, a
to. The Association as on
other oooaaiona will provide coffee for
all.
The usual program ef apeeohea by
the different old settlers will be ar
ranged and Dr. Jennings will also at
tempt to secure Judge Rice, of Dead
wood, and Judge MoGee, of Rapid City,
for short talks.
NAMED STATE VETERINARY
0. C. Selby ef Rapid City Appointed te That
Petition by Governor Byrne Today
Pierre, S. D., Aug. 21.—Governor
Byrne today appointed Dr. O. C. Selby,
of Rapid City, state veterinary to suo
oeed Dr. J. Barber, the appointment
to take effect September 1, Dr. Barber
resigning to take care of hla private
buelnees, and Dr. 8elby ooming to thia
oity to devote bis time to the offloe.
Nebraska Bell Telephone Officials
^Standing loft to right: A. J. McAdama, of Omaha F. G. HartzelvPeadwood R. L. Harria, Deadwood F. C. Builta,
Omaha Loalle Jensen, Hot Springs F. A. May, Grand Island. Sostted left to right: M. J. Sanders, Norfolk L. B.
Wllaon, Omaha C. Jensen, Hot Springs.
Dear Mr. Jenaen:—
To you who ao kindly extended ua an
invitation to hold our summar confsr
enoe at Hot Springs, and^ who haa
.entertained us with ao true aold gener
oua a hoapltality during ouratay hsre,
wa sand thia, our expression of elnoere
^tjpceetatlpn.
Yon hive auoh a splendld clty.so
ideal a Ollmate and suoh ngiaaalila peo
ple, and yon and your son, LpeUa, have
beeneokind tone tbatws^leave Hot
Springs with regret but we *ope that
sometime, aomehow, we mayagaln have
the pleasure of mseting Id the
of America"
POPULAR CORE
WEDDFD TUESDAY
M-
MARQUARDT GADIENT NUPTIALS
SOLEMNIZED THIS WEEK'
HONEYMOON TRIP EAST
MISS LILUAN GADIENT, OF IMS CITY,
AID A. F. KAIKHJAROT, Of NM
:f, NEAP0US. MARRIED
A, R. Marquardt,of Minneapolis, and
Miss Lillian Gadient, of this oity. were
married Tuesday forenoon at 11:00
o'olpo^at the home of the prieet, Rev.
Ft. Haeusler, in tha presence of only
a few of the immediate relativea.
Following the wedding eervioe the
party repaired to the home of the
brlde'e mother, Mra. Carrie Gadient, on
Mtnnekahta Ave, where a aumptious
wedding dinner waa aerved. Duribg
the afternoon a large number of the
friends of the ooupie oallsd to extend
oongratulatlona and to wish them a
happy and prosperous married Ufa.
Amid a shower of rioe Mr. and Mrs.
Marquardt departed that evening on
the Northweetern for Minneapolla
where they will apend a oouple of
weeka and from there they will go tb
Fargo, North Dakota, where they will
make their future home.
The bride, Miss Gadient, la an ex
osllent young lady of many womanly
qualities that endear her to all of her
aoqualntanoee. For three years she
waa one of the Star foroe but resigned
two years ago to apend the winter la
Denver and California. She la one of
thf most popular young ladles of the
city.:
Th« groom altho but little known
herahuthe reputation of beingup
rlgfttelirevery way and haa the ambl
tlon and ability to make a suooeea of
life in this busy world. At present he
is employed by one of the big whole
-sale firms of Minneapolla and oovers
/.
the entire weatern statee as their rep
resentative. The Star joinee with their
many friends In extending oongr*tula
tlona.
OPERA COMING
CaaHet SpriapSappert Opera?-Tke Op
pertaaHy Is Here Will Yea Take It
Are there enough mosio loving peo
ple who appreolate high olaaa musio to
justify the management of the Morris
Grand theatre In bringing here, The
Sheehan English Opera Company?
Thata the queetlon. Thia organlxatlon
heeded by Joeeph F. Sheehan, the
greatest of Ml Amerioan tenors, holds
an unique poeltlon In the music world.
For yean It haa been acknowledged
the foremoet English singing organisa
tion In the oountry.
This season with aooh stars aa Miss
Mirth Cannon, Mlaa Laura Beer, Mr.
Nelson R. Shanley, Mr. Harrison Grey
and Mr. Arnold Beieumont aa hla sup
port,the famous atar is making anew
record especially aa hla offering la aa
hign olaaa aa hla oompany, oonalating
of a triple bill, three operaa In one
performance, namely, '*11 Trovatore",
'The Bohemian Girl" and "Martha", the
beat aot from each being selected.
Now here la the propoaltton the
asata muat be aold ten days In advanoe
of the performanoe if this great oom
pany la to appear in thia oity. What's
the use of having an opera house and
yet never an opera in It? Dont order
tioketa unleaa yon expect to pay for
them at leeat two diye before the show,
Saturday Auguat, 29th. The prioes
are uknally low for auoh a high olaaa
attraction namely 50, 75, IL00 and a
few at $1.60. Its up to you. II you
want opera buy your seats when sale
opens. The entire lower floor muat be
sold or there will bono opera In Hot
Springs this aeason.
Joseph G. Gllohrist, who Uvea
of tha oity met with quite a serioas ao
ddent last Friday, when one of hla
horses whioh be waa riding stumblsd
falling in auoh a manner that he waa
oaught by the falling animal and the
pommel of the aaddls Injuring him
quite badly. He cameto town Satur
day and oOnsnlted a physician and at
the present he la able to get around
with the asslstanoe of a pair of erntohea
and la steadily Improving.
Very slnosrely youra,
L, B. Wilson, Commercial Superin
tendent jNebraskaTslephone Co.
M. J. Bandera, Distriot Commercial
Manager Nebraaka Telephone Co.
A f. McAdams, District Oommarolal
Manager Nebraaka Telephone Co.
Frank A. May, Dlatrlct Commercial
Manager Nebraska Telephone Co.
R.L. Harria, Diatrlot CommarCtal
Manager Nebraaka Telephone On.
ii'P. G. llartacll, Special Agent Nebras
ka Telephone Co.
Frank C. Builta,
Nebraaka Talophona Co.
VoL 29 No. 18
B.UT.II EVENTS
mm
TENNIS TOURNAMENT NOW 01
PROGRESS IN THIS (3TY
ENTRIES ARE NUMEROUS
EVANS COWIS IN FINE SMTE All
SANT FAST MATIffiSFUra-
y& FMALS
The third annqg tournament of the
Blaok Hllla Tsnnla Association opened
thia week, Monday, 'on the Bvana
oourta and to date numerr fkst
matohea have been played. A large
number of ehtriee from different
points In the Hllla make thia the beat
tournament in the hblory of tha Aa
sooiatton ahd the large orpwd of ^ac
tatore eaoh day is sofflaient proof that
the matohea are above the average.
Some vsry fine oupa and priaea have
been, offered by different buatneee
houaea of the etty for the different
eventa and they are of suflloientVorth
to make MI extra effort laudable.
Monday forenoon waa taken np with
the drawlnge for the singles. Sinoe
thattUie Manager Hedrlok haa been
about the bualaet man in the oily.
However everything haa been goijog on
sohednle time and he is. to beoompll
msnted on his work. Some of tha
doublee have also been played but the
finals will moat of them be played to*
day and tomorrow. Nest worths 8tar
«U1 contain the ehtHH priaea and
finikin.
The eoolal aide of the tournament
has not been nsgieoted during thia
weekend many eventahave been In
angurated
to'make the.week
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'f
one long
toberemettbeied. Monday evening a
*»oepaon was heldiuths Bvana and a*
fine mnsloal paqgram !wee reodsred.
Mra, Hsdriok, Mra. C. W. Hargena and
Mlaa Queena Stewart sang several
delightful soloe. Miss Orlean Smith
gave a reading and Profsaeor Mi«ea
end Mlaa Varna Thneton rehdeted
some fine inatrumental aeleotiona. The
punch bowl waa preelded over bf tha
Mlsess Thsrssaa Bennett and
Soule, of R^iid City. The p..
lasted untft about eleven o'clock.
Tueeday afternoon at 1^0 the orowd
waa taken thru the National Sanitar
ium by Governor Matteeonand Tuea
day eveninga plunge party glven by
the managera of the Evans plungiwae
a very enjoyable affair. Wednesday
evening at 6:30 the^ tennis people were
given an auto ride about the city until
8:00 o'clock when Mr. and Mrsl fih«f,
Stewart gave a leoeptton at thsir
bsautiful home on College HUL
Laat evening the 0M«d attended the
band ooncert at the National Sanitar
ium and thia evening a grand ball will
be given at the Evana hotel. Thia will
end the social program for the weefc.
Aa atated above ai oomplete list of the
winners of this matohee will be given
next week.
EXCURSION CROWD SUNMYW
Coed Baack ef Nebfaika Peeple A^fveg
Saaday far Two Bays oirtkf.
About two bandied Nebraaka people
from Roahville, Gordon, May Springe,
Chadron and other polnte, arrived hen
Sunday morning for a two daya outing.
8unday afternoon a good crowd toned
out to wltneae a ball game at the city
park between the Gordon and May
Springs team, which was won by tha
former. Another ball game bitaisn
tha came teams wae^ staged Monday
afternoon and thia waa alao Hon bf
Gordon. Both teama are good and are
oomjjose^of a dean, gentlemanly lot
Theplnngea, wind cava and otheT
viattedonbotlt
beforethei
Whan a 1
ttp-he aeiaae Ii
Betng fond of oocktaila la a faather
Innoman^scap.
TO bejleve thatfr/,
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