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Hot Springs weekly star. (Hot Springs, S.D.) 1892-1917, August 28, 1914, Image 4

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Three days of Education,
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Automobile races daily bucking contests
novelty races horse races between the finest
horses in the country, for liberal purses
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HOT 8PRINQ8 WEEKLY 8TARS HOT SPRINCia, SOUTH OAwin.
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The flotSprtnos Weekly Star
W. A.
Waraar,
P*UMmt.
-••W TERMS:
$1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Otherwise at Follows:
One Year fa.oo Sit Months.......
$1.00
Three Months jocts
The STAR is published every Friday.
Short, newsy communications and local new*
items are cordially solicited.
Entered at the postoSce at Hot Springs, Sooth
Dakota, aa second class tnail matter.
TO THE PUBLIC
A deal was olosed the first of tbe
week whereby the Arm of George I.
Warner & Son is dissolved and here
after the Hot Springs Star will be
conducted by the undersigned editor
aud owner.
in taking over this business and in.
ranking this announcement, it is not
our intention to make any rash prom
isFS but will say however that we shall
devote our very best energies to tbe
upbuilding of the business and shall
at all times be a booster for Hot
8p ing'. This has been our policy for
the past five and /One-half years and
that we believe in Hot Springe is
evidenced by the purchase of the en*
tire business.
To tbe business people of the city
and to our many friends, we wish to
heartily thank you for past favprs and
our only hope is that we shall merit a
oontlnuanoe in the future of the pat
ronage accorded this office in the past.
The policy of tbe paper with refer
ence to political matters will remain
the same-Republican. Otherwise we
shall be as progressive and qp to-date
as possible and will try and care for all
work in our line with neatness and
dispatch. W. A. Warneb.
ANNOUNCEMENT
On Tuesday of this week my interest
In the Star wa^. purchased by my son,
W. A, Warner. As he has been oon
nepted with the business for the past
Ave and a half years and is no stranger
to tbe people of this section, a lengthy
introduction Is unnecessary.
Together with my Interest, I have
disposed of the good fill and subscrip
tion list. All back subscriptions are
payable to him. Otherwlee all bills
dne the firm of George 1. Warner A Son
will be collected by me np to Septem
ber 1st, and all bills dne to other
parties either by the firm ofr by either
Individually will be paid by me.
I wish to taks this opportunity also
of thanking the business people of the
oity ahd the many patrons of the Star
for their liberal patronage during the
time I have been oonneoted with It and
hope that the new proprietor may
merit a oontlnuanoe of same, '-i
Having been In the newspaper busl
nsss for the past twenty yean in aotlve
ssrvioe, 1 expect to take a short vaca
tion but like moet people who Jiave
been oonneoted with that line of 'work
It Is not at all beyond the range of
possibility that should I find a suitable
looation I will again enter the Held.
Our stay in Hot Springs has been a
profitable one both from a health
standpoint and otherwise and in con
clusion I wish to say that 1 believe this
little oity has a bright future before it
Qeo. I. Warner.
I MORE HOLDUPS! I
Praotloally every business man In
South Dakota has received during the
past week from every wholesale house
*ith which be dose businees, a oard
on whloh ie about as follows:
"Oh aooount of the European
war whloh has curtailed the Im
portation of raw materials entering
into the manufacture bt all our
prodnote, we are Compelled to
revise prioeefrom this date."
The gra4ingmoney kings have be
OMneeo
-raw"
in their demands to
raise prioss ail along the line that the
thing baa got to be a joke in more
ways than out. It has beoome suoh a
joke that the money barons who are
attempting to Meed the people of tbe
OMntry wtthoutaoy Masonaf«ao|n
matter thea
will bo laf orm-
H* oufetotters' that beoauss the
entering Into ita.|m^
xLfrom Europe" tbey
wlllhave to relee tke price ofott. ftot
afraoUonof theee raw ^stsrials that
•d OB the UHIo «aU
tbe«fr wboksttie ebMerM would'teU
tooMssas «aDow|: ^Onaoeouitof the
^•rawato
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filmer R. Juokett & Adams
JUCKE1T ft ADAMS
Attorueys-»t-|*w
Will practice in all Ctoprjt#
Poet offioe Block Pb(M* No. 9
Hot 8prings, 8natb Dakota.
BERNARD J. HAAft
,: Chiropractor'
sl :$*'•' '5-v.
Office in tbe Post Ofllne Building
second floor tfgnt, rooms. Hot Sprioge
8. Dak.
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for WIND CAVB HACKS,
ALL KINDS OF RIQS,
SINGLE DRIVERS AND
SADDLERS,
,GEO. B. BALE
PROPRirroR
HOT SPRINGS, S. D.
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•ari^lpropaiiw havodfeided to takolB Chlc^o, a o^plftr who cotaes with the very
toboBOthefj oo»ttecom»e»d»tioiii w^ItltMpabiUty, activily and
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A GROWING BANK
THE STOCKMANS BANK
THE BANK OP PERSONAL SERVICE
Desires at all times to serve and accomodate its friends We
solicit a share of the business from all sources. Features of
this bank are R—powtMHtr-Safrty—Efficiency-Service.
Call upon us or telephone and It will please us if we can be of
service to yoir, New Wends and old-vlsltors and residents
need Sever hesitate to consult us.
We have a Farm Loan Department
Was the amount paid for a recent in
vention which has been incorporated in
the new
EASTMAN KODAKS.
Some of the^e new .Jcodaks with this
j' new attachment are now on display at
our store.
wCall and see them. 5
SOLD ONLY BY
"N.
To the patroaik presoht or j^totpective of 'Evkiiif %a|indry.
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DR. W. J. Mc
ROBBRTS
Spedaliat Chrooie
Offioe In Hlghley Drug Store Building.
River Ave. Hot Springs. South Dak.
Would Be Easier
pf the home fundsi because
they ppssessthe heme building
instinct They are poor sub
jects for the "Get rich quick"
schemes because of this natur
si instinct, arid are the list to
pack up and gofottune hunting
in any of the remote corners o(
the globe. And when it comes
to home*buildlng—just lake it
from us, they've done a lot for
us lumberman in the way of
making us Keep up-to-date,
They are. posted en the things
that go to make a heme cheer
ful and comfortable. They
know what they want when
they see it, and for that reason
we like to talk houfte bills to
the wonien, because we have a
stock of lumber, fancy front
doors, etc., that we're not
atraid to show. Come In when
ypu are ready to build.
"There's No Place Lite lieaM."
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