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Hot Springs weekly star. (Hot Springs, S.D.) 1892-1917, September 04, 1914, Image 2

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In other word** have you ordered your
supply of coal yet? We advise do­
ing so and getting the adyafttpgjje* of
low prices. Do it to-day* and order
S E I A N W O N O A
Dealers in—The Best Coal in the City.
The ,came Transier Gompanu
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PHONE 77 HOT SPRINGS, S. D.
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We Listen With Pleasure
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to ths tales of many) depositors who admit.,they
wouldn't have a dollar ahead to day if we had not
Induced thfm to open an account with -,
The BANK OF HOT SPRINGS
Commercial banking is not primarily for savers,
but. for safeguarding money. That this bank does
the latter and induces the former is a fact.that,,
many of our depositors testify to.
Janes Hallegr, President G. C. Smith, Cashier
Associated With *i
First w»tkm»l JUpk. Rf»j4 Cily, S. D.
Keystone Baafc, Keystone, S D.
BANK OF HOT SPRINGS
Hot SpHaii, Smth. Dakota
Lowronufl trip sugint it excursion far$& in. effect
daily.Jtynf qjtto September 30th.
Niagara FaHs. N. Y.
Niw Yflrk, N. Y-
Boston, Mass
Portland* M«
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Montreal, Qui.
Atlantic City* N. J.
Choice of scenic routes favorable limits and stopover priv
ilege corrwppndlng fares toother, points, in the east,
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Splen4|41y, eqi|lPB«4 through daily tratat, arrive af the
palatial Psfsepger Tcnsinsl* Chicago, at coaveolenthours
and make connection with all principal eastern .trains, -a
F*r tifitts, rettrputi*ft fullfmrtitulars »pply If
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CHIOAQOAND
RAILWAY
w. IX Looal
Agent
ting, Papfr Hanging and1
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HP you'll waritmeto when
pz. you finc^ ouit what I have
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-a guaranteed job, andthe kind
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HOT SPRINGS WSBKLY
»r anypart thereof.
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STAUf
(Lawrence B. Hedrlck, Attorney)
Notice of Hearing and Order to Show
Cause on Filing Petition to
Mortgage Land.
Slate of Booth Dakota. Qounly of Pall River ss.
InConntj Court. September Term, 1914.
oln the Matter of the Guardianship of Mac K.
Thornton and Frank O. Thornton, Mtn ra.
Jn reading and filing the petitinn of A. H.
neeMiary to mortgage seld real estate to
snpport and maintain said tDlnore the taxes,
asswwnento and other charges, which are so
esiSttig Ilea upon this estate ani) the improve
ments whiob are, necessary for the preservation
of Ibis real •slate, and a aMcxlption of ths if sets
of land of said saped wards, whieh it it pro.
lsdtomorlmed,sod prsyinic that authority
to htm granted to mortgsge the Uscts of isnd
so described.
(And 11 appearing br aald petition that the
psraonsl wtste of said minora, 1B inaufflcient to
support ths tstdiniaon, to psvtsxes, useaimeots
It is therefor* ordered, that all persons ister
ited JB said
{state eppgtr before thiscOnrt,on
d»*?f
September, A. D. 1014,
ft l" o'clotfk a. no., at the County Court office,
ta the Cocft House, in Rot Springe in said
..then and there to show cause, if any
., Way aitiiorltf sbonld not be crsntea

•••"•/dine, si aforesaid.
»orksge thssadd'reai estaie of said deceased,
TM MM Mirppes of obtalulog funds for the pmf
KL2 "ci charges, taxes, asaiasments
ajad ilstas aad fo# the making of such neeesSary
_/SUTrhrtlur ordered, that this order shall
^nMIMbsftonee in each week for three sue
tsanes prior to said day of hearing, in
t|erBM 8PHWS 8tar, a^ weekly oewaptper
—pahushed at Hot Springs, in said
let SpHngs, tto rd day ofSeptem-
Mf theOoort,
P. Ward.
Oeorge Hummel,
Ti^ubf %n«Msit^ept. 18th. 1914.
(Lawrane^ H. Hedri(k, Attorney)
Order to ^wCawNijMt filing PeUtiM
Btrte AT Boath Da^ta. Coqnty of FaU R1T«T.
la thsMiSter of the ftstate of Li«ie Vwtling,
W'S.
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HOT 8PRING8,
Liixie Vast-
tiled with this Court on the gist
A. D. ISM that it is necessary:
'estate
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B.^urt'wwm of1^
'f then and there to
W«».
»«he granted to AS
of the reat estate
^sald purpose.
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SUUTil DAKOTA.
FIREWORKS AT STATE FAIR.
Night crowds during: the State Fair week are always massed before the treat pyrotechnic displays put on by the
Paine Fireworks Display Co. of America. At ths coming South Dakota State Fair at Huron, September 14th to 18th,
the Paine Company will present nightly a brilliant pageant, "The Openlne of Panama," which #111 portray the
nrroio work of building the jfieat canal, and Unole Sam's reception to the world upoti"' its cpmpletioh. Th# sham
battlei will be noise from start to finish. During the celebration, men dressed In asbestos Blntarwill play oaseball
with fireworks. Following the "Opening of Panama," there will be a special twe-hotir Wsblfir of the most dMsling
fireworks ever seen in the West. More than 12,500.00 worth of fireworks will be used fn hifht protraction.
MWM DISBROW DRIVING IIIS 300 H. P. JAV HTJ5 SEE—EHYKREIl FOR SOUTH DAKOTA STATE FAIR Rim
Oir HONOAr ONLY, IBFTEHBiai 14 S RAOBI
Louis Dlsbrow, Champion Beach driver of the world, has made entry for the meet at Huron SeDtemher nth th.
openln* day of the.State Fair, and^ will drive two powerful cars Simplex Zip, the worUr^fkstestcirculattrack
racing car with 8 official records and a 300 h. p. Jay Eye See, the world's largest and most powerful racinir Ca£ ni*.
...The races at Huron will include eight events, two of which will be world's record trials for dirt track,
rte date°September"Vth116 American Automobile Association. On the opnlng day'of Fair, op}y.
to the creditors of and all persons having claims
seainat the said deoeased, to exhibit them, with
the neceasary vouchers within fonr months
aft"'he first publication of this notiee. to the
B.Bi?
"oorge B. Hawes, at the office of Eastman
Dudley
In Hot Springs, in the County of FaU
River, S. D. August 29th, 1914.
George B. Hawes.
Executor of the Estate of Mary Lewis deceased.
Kastman A Dudley. Attorneys.
First pub. Sept. 4th-last Sept. 85th 1914.
ATOTICE TOR PUBLICATION.
No. 036131.
Department of the Interior, U. 28. Land Office
•l Rsoid Oty, 8. D„ August U.lll4.
Notice is hereby given thatOrln H. Peck, of
Hot Springs, 8. I)., who, on May 28, 1911, made
Homeet«ad_Entry No. 026131, for
section 27, WHSWK.aeoUon 98, township 7
range E., B. B. Meridian, haa filed notice oi
intention to make final three year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above described,
before George Hummel. Qlerk of Courts, in his
o^w. at Hot Springs. S.D., on the 26th day of
September, 1914.
Claimant names ss witnesses:
Fred Schaller, of Hot Springs, 8. D.. Warren
Coles, of Oral, S. D, John Wilis, of Buffalo
Oap, 8. D. hels Nelson, of Hot Springs, S. D.
JOH* L. BUBKB, fteirlster.
First Pab. August 21-last September SB, 1914.
XTOTIOE FOB PUBLICATION.
11 NO.0280W
io'pKtJ?ellt.?,Jl" Interior. U. 8. Landoffice
at Rapid City, S. D. August U, 1914.
Notice is hereby given that Bstelilne Bennett,
of Chlesgo. IIU, who. on Sept. 24. 1912, msde
Ttoberani Stone Entry, No. O2MI0, for HEI4
f^V00 S-
to7,I1Ah'p 7,8- r»D8«
Meridiaav nss filed notice of intention to
make final Proof, to establish claim to the land
rbf^' "l'0™ George Hummel. Clark
of Courts, in his office, at Hot Hprint*. S. D. on
the 27th day of OctoSr, 1914?
Claimant names as witnesses
Dr. K. D. Jennings, John H. Evsns. I
OltUly. WilUsm A. Han kin, all of Hot Springs*
Oi D,
First Pub. August 21-last October. 21.
WM.
Notice of Intention to
Water.
No. £10-2
This sppUcaO«m will be talran ap by the state
e^n^htooaceatPtsrr,.tor oonrid.ratioa
.October, l^l^]igfL?s^SBglthBe
soaswhobsttwrethltthspcioTirii»te «Mdd be
Injuriously a(eosed. or that the allowaacs of the
permit wosld be dstrl meets! to the paUlc
First Pab. August 21-last gsptembwl
LawreeoeH. Hedrlck, AftQcnyy,
B.
Johb L. BOSKS. Register.
Appropriate
(First Publicsti'on August 81 1914)
of Mater, offioe. of the, Plate
BnKlneer. Pierre, S. D., Augast 1 14.
Notiee hereby giTeh thai the
on & (jnlncy Railroad. Co.. Lines
Ihicago, Burl
lines We
CP—— vy.f umva Weal Of
Mwsoarl Aiv%r. whose postdftes address Is
Lincoln, Lancsster Conntj, llehs
(MI
itch
portion of the principal or interest St the time
the ssme should become due, or if defsult be
made in the payment of the taxes sssesSed, or
to be assMmtd against said premises before the
^P^^^^UiUVwidmo'rti^:
"wsK^iaaKsafi.««.
said preptlses at the date of this notice to the
sum of tight Hundred three Dollars
ana Ninety-nine cents (K0S.99). to wlt" «i*'
Hsndred Dollsrs. Ji00:0p, pdncJp^i One Ha*.
lotSp
oe the
teho'eu
Ths mi
weaeaviw HN WUV|IWI C8w«»
feet of water Mr saoond of time from Hot Brook'
through the 0.B,. *Q._ pips line the. pointot
COM!
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The meet
Remember
vuon, in HOOK
of
April. «. v, a. vim vuwi r. n. ana
whieh said mortgage was duly assigned In
Charles W. Speet ahfChloe E. ilerTexec?ton
of the estate of said Thomss E. Edgerton,
deeessed to Chloe E. Miller of Hanover, 111., on
the 12th day of March, A. D. 1918, which said
assignment was duly recorded in the office of
Reg.Wof DMds ln sh*for Fail 81^ oSSt?!
South Dakota, In BpokrO o( Mortf
.„e 292 on the 2!th day of
at one o'clock P. M. and
istsss&assis^sr^
:es on
pageSSSoiuhr'aSth daj^Of March, A. D7 Big, st
9 o'clock A. M. and which said mortgage was
duly assigned by Chloe Mifler to Nelly M.
Bdgerton of Hwioyer, W, on
rthe
8th of July,
^Jlt. ^Th'ch Said assignment wag duly
recorded ln the offici of the Register of Deeds
of Fall lUver County, Sputh Dakota, la Book
five cents,
•ion
Ira's
Sttorssy's fees
i"ao setioa or nroeeedlngs at law or
«sa
virtus of ths
_at
dt^rof
^described sa follows: to-wlt—The 'Sooth-
'sWHTu ^Uon
JStSfSFSPBSt ofrsn
Of las Bljsofc Hitts ftlsridisa. esnl
July.A.
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LAWRENCE H. HEDR1CK
Attorrey-at Law
Praotioe In any oonrt offloe in Conrt
House. Hot Springe, Sooth Dakota.
MISS M. BOCHgRT*
Pablio Stenographer., and Ti|wwrlUyr
Offloe—Over Peoples' National Bank!
HOT SPRINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA
P. F. WARD
Attwrney-at Lav
Praotioe In ajl Co?^ Ofl%^ pvf.r
Peoples National Bapfc, H»|
Wilso^i Ollffp^ A. Wilson
W1L80N A WILSONi
Attoraeysmt-Law
Offloe over Pa^go Meroantjle, tympany
Store. Hot Springe, Booth Dakote,
WARREN B. MILLHAM
a a a
Mia and retail Marble and Granite
dealers. Hot Springe, Sooth Dakota.
NORMAN E. LEWIS,
Attoj^ey-atUl^
Offloe in Court Hoase
South Dakota.
Hot Springs
pr. L,. E. EATON,
DEHTBT
Located in jfinnakaiita Block,
Saooessor to DB- J1. A. GRAHAM
H«t Springs. Soath Dakota
Oharlee S. Eastman William B. Dudley
EASTMAN ft DUDLEY
Attoraeye-at-Law
Praotioe in all oonrta. Offloe over the
Bodega. Hot Springs, Soath Dakota.
F. E. LOW.
Of Battle Mountain Sanitarium Band
Piano Toning and Pine Repairing
All work guaranteed
Prioes reasonable
Leave orders at the Star Offloe.
Dr. R. C. Matteson,
DENTIST
Kediqal Block Hot Springs, S. D-
Many people want to see the
plumber right away. If you get
up some morning, and fipd,,a leak
in the pipes the first thing,you do
is go to the phone and call me up.
When I get there I lose no time or
kill no time on the way. I will
adjust everything properly.
In case your plumbing is getting
old I will gladly give estimates
on new plumbing.
Phono 105
PAUL B. RICHER
.1
How much a porch
adds to the ap
pearance of
house!
Certainly a,great deal more,
than, the
tcoBL
And it adds vastly to the
comfort and pleasure of
the
The time to -build-tt is NOW,
withia whole summar's use
ahead ofyou.
I We wiU p9 g|ad to figure the
cost Of the, B9ate^t ,a^4,\
give such advice a*
pen^oce
We have the stock—the lat*
est patterns in porch col
nmns, the hoist framing
and flooring, etc.
.Come in and see what we^
have and what we. can do.
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