Hot Spriaga, South Dakota Mr*. M. S.Nicholson, Prep.
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.
N1CHOLSEN APARTMENTS run in connection where
rooms may be secured for light housekeeping. For further
information, address MRS. M. S. NICHOLSON, Hot Springs.
Strawberries, Peaches, Bananas, Plums, Cherries and all
seasonable fruit received daily. GIVE US your orders.
Dealers in-The Best Coal in die Citjr.
Tfte Gable TraBster compang
a a. UL I.
I Painting, Paper Hanging and
Rate*: $1.50 to
To $2.00 per day.
$7.00 to $12.00 per
Open Air PLUNGE on
We have the most complete line of Agate and Gold Stone
Souvenir Novelties in the Black Hills. SEE THEM.
Post Cards and Fine Fresh Candies Our Spec
ialties. We Want You to Call.
Ha? tue cable Transfer waoon
stopped at your noise?
In other words# have you ordered your
supply of coal yet?' We advise do
ing so and getting the advantage of
low prices. Do it to-day, and order
SHERIDAN WYOMING COAL
ND you'll want me to when
HOT SPRINGS, S.D.
^0ii find out what I have
A louutted price—a guaranteed jjsb, and the kind
ol ittMicthw thatwillmake you
esay SAVE YOU MONEY.
j^arlMli It wbn't cost you anything^ to talk to
ommend me to
know you want to see me.
TRI STATE FAIR
Crawford Wants Your Best Babiet and Your
Bring your best babies and yoi
prettiest Indie*, bring your priz-t slock,
vegetables, beat bed grain and
fair, September 24 25 2G This is not a
"oounty" fair bat a "tri state" fair, em
bruiog Dtma, Sloox, Box Batte
All the people from all of this terri
tory are expeoted to join here at Craw
ford and have a rip roaring, big,
general, all aroand good time and oaah
prizes and blae ribbons are going to
be given for mora than 200 different
exhibits. Besides thie, the best raoing
stock to be foand in the west will com
pete on Crawford's exoellent raoe
ooaroe to the thorough enjiyment of
all. Yoa know yoa always have a good
time when yoa oorne to Crawford-we
expect yoa here this year, September
24 25 26. Write for program and
Arab L. Hangerford, President.
Dr. B. P. Richards,
Walter O. Rnndin
Tbe salesgirl, who evidently bad cul
tlvated diplomacy, assured tbe dog's
mistress tfiat the lace bad been re
duced from $1 to 50 cents, and tbe.wo
man took ber pet away mollified.—
Ready For Any 8aerifioe.
Even when the London Times was
•old at a high price Its agony column
was entertaining. Now that a copy of
the Journal costs only a penny the col
umn Is still more agonizing. Witness
"In order to save his aged parents
from distress, gentleman (foreigner*
wishes to sell himself for any purpose
Willing to do right away anything. I
sincerely desire an offer."
If this cry bad been uttered in the
old days Satan would bave appeared
In a pleasing form, and with courteous
address waited on the gentleman in
despair. Only a scribbled signature,
only a penful of blood, would bave
been necessary, and tbe aged parents
would have rolled in luxury. This la
a sadly prosaic age.—Boston Herald.
Feasted on Candle*
Russian soldiers, according to the
author of "Eat, Drink and Be Merry,"
esteem tallow candles a great luxury.
He facetiously describes bow they
dime across a huge store of them
among tbe French baggage on tbe re
treat from Moscow and summarily
snuffed them out of existence. "Nev
er were they consumed In such a style
before. Tbe enraptured warriors drew
them across their mouths—like a bow
acroaa.a flddle- and left only tbe bare
wicks aa a proof of now easily their
coverings, so necessary for lights,
be readily utilised for livers."
Blmer R. Joekett B. B. Adams
Will practloe In all Ooarta
HOT ftPBINOft WKBKL.Y STAR: HOT SPRINGS. SuUTXI DAKOTA.
to Crawford's Tri-State
Sheridan oouotles, Nebraska Laramie,
Niobrara, Converse, and Weston
tiss, Wyoming and Fail River, Caster,
Pennington and Lawrenoe ojantlee,
Amid the lace bawilns In one of the
larger department stores the other day
a shopper engrossed in thought set ber
little Japanese spaniel on tbe counter
One of tbe salesgirls, not seeing the
little dog, threw a reinnnnt of reduced
lace over him and entirely submerged
him. When the woman went to look
for her pet he was not to be found, but
several shrill yelps, accompanied by an
upheaval of the lace, betrayed, his pres
ence. He was quickly rescued from
his predicament nnd the woman,
showering kisses upon bis moist, up
turned nose. said. "Did tbey cover
mamma's precious with cheap fifty
Poet offloe Blook Phone No. 8
•1 Hot Bprlnga, Sooth Dakota.
BERNARD J. HAAS
Offlee In the. Peek Offloe Uniting
eeoond floor front rooms. Hot Springs
Bpealalty—Borgery and Qyneoologjr.
Offloe howe: 9:00 to *1:00 a. m. 2:00 to
fc30 p. ». Phase: Offloe 143 resldenoe
MS. Offlee ln Mlnnekahta Blook, Hot
aprhun), Sooth Dakota.
Dr. L. E. EATON,
Of Btttle Meaatein SaoltaHam
THE CHAUTAUQUA MOVEMENT
Fortieth Anniversary Celebrated by
International Lyceum Association.
Beginning Sept. 4. the fortieth anni
versary of tbe Chautauqua movement
will be celebrated by the twelfth an
nual convention of tbe International
Lyceum association at Chautauqua,
N. Y. Tills organization Is composed of
lyceum and Chautauqua talent, lectur
ers, musicians and entertainers, Includ
ing also managers of the various lyce
um and Chautauqua bureaus. Dr. Wil
liam A. Colleilge of Chicago is the pres
The Chautauqua movement had Its
beginning on the shores of Chautauqua
Lake, N. Y., in the fall of 1874. Since
then it has spread to many nations be
yond the sea. The International Ly
ceum association is tbe vehicle that
has been largely instrumental in carry-
BISBOP JOHN H. VINCENT.
ing forward this movement, one. that
has come to be acknowledged as a
wonderful influence in bettering po
litical and social conditions in America.
Tbe lyceum courses and Cliautauguas
are growing rapidly In numbers. Fig
ures compiled by the International'Ly
ceum association show that 3,000 Chau
tauquas have been held in Amenlca
during the present summer, while iSfe
000 lyceum courses are assured for the
coming winter. These lyceum and
Chautauqua entertainments are attend
ed by hundreds of thousands of people
Bishop John H. Vincent is the man
In whose brain the Chautauqua idea
originated. Living in Chicago, at. the
age of eigbty-two tbe bishop still
watches wltb keen interest the frui
tion of what was only a cherished
hope forty years ago. The Chautauqua
since that time has spread Its Influence
by means of reading circles and other
forms of work all over the world. Ehgr
land has built up her national home
reading movement upon the Chautau
qua course, and Australia followed tbe
leadership of England in this matter
Russia, Sweden and even far away
Japan and South Africa have studied
the movement and have benefited by
It. Japan has begun the publication
of a Chautauqua magazine. And so the
movement and its beneficent influence
are spreadiiifrall over the world.
BRITISH FORCES IN FRANCE.
Field Marahal Sir John French In Com
mand of Picked Troops.
Field Marshal Sir John Denton Pink
stone French, leader of the forces of
Great Britain, comes from a military
family, his father having been a captain
In tbe navy at tbe time of his birth'at
Ripple, In Kent, Sept. 28,1852. Followr
ing in the footsteps of his father, Sir
John became a cadet in the royal navy,
but after four years' service he entered
the army as a member of the EUghtfi
hussars. Although he served wltb dis
tinction in the Sudan campaign, it was
not until thie Boer war that
to attract attention. He
tbe cavalry division In tbe operatipai
ending In tbe capture of Bloemfonteln
Tbe landing In France of tbe Brlttoli
expeditionary force, whose aumbeni
are esttmatedat from 100,000 to
men, was accomplished without
of a nan. Tbe pick ot tbe
array, the crack regiments of cawby
and infantry and the beet
artillery were Included In thie .force,
under the Immediate command of Jleld
Marshal 8tr John French. Sir Jpha
paid a brief visit to Paris, where he
received wltb tbe greatest ent&usl
and conferred with officers of the
general staff and wlth: FBa|&
Real Estate gfol,
The Nichols' Cancer Sanatoriums
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TREATMENT OF CANCER.
I WRITE FOR BOOKLET ENTITLED:
"CANCER, IT'S PROPER TREATMENT & CURE"
Hot Springs, South Dakota and Savannah, Missouri.
To the patrons, present or prospective of E.vans Laundry.
Conditions have arisen which necessitate a change in
the management of our Laundry department. We have se
cured ffom Chicago, a manager who comes with the very
bist recommendations as to his capability, activity and in
tegrity. We believe that the patronage of this locality will
^lar^itot and appreciate improved service. We respectfully
sfclicSf 'y&ur patronage and guarantee that every effort pos
sible will be put forth to give you satisfactory service.
Mistakes are not impossible nor improbable and we
earnestly request that they be promptly reported and we will
make an honest effort to amicably and fairly rectify them.
THE EVANS HOTEL CO.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE BANK OF HOT SPRINGS
OR HOT SPRINGS, S. D.
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, SEPT. 12TH, 1014
HADE TO THE PUBLIC EXAMINER
Capital Stock ij.ooo.oo
U. S. G. Robimson W. M. Kkowltok
S. D. Kkvstomb
U. S. Dapialtaiy for PoeUl Swhn PansiU
CLATTLY, Picaidcat, GEO. \f. BRADY,.Vkc
S HBNRY MABTY, Casfckr, V. A. HIcL1MANS»Am^. Cashier |jj
Of Hot' Sprlivfs
TUtmbtr Ftdtml Reserve ^uks# District IVo. 9
Under the new Federal Reeerve Bank Act.
This hank is eqaipped to meet every legitimate hankiagn
its onstomers. WeoSer highly efficieat service is all
itehf^ Liberal treatment coeaiatent with aale and
FIRE PROOF VAULT with electrical steel
^tafbr alarms for safe storage of valuables and
«. I. GLATTLBY F. P. HKSNASD, WJL MORGAN
JL F. PABES &B.VUON, JAY
»ADY, L. H. HEDRICK,
To a $ 3 0 9 1 1 3 5
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