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VALUE I I VALU A GROWING BANK THE STOCKMANS BANK THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE Desires at all times to serve and accomodate its friends. Ws solicit a share of the business from all sources. Features of this bank are RMpontibility—Stftty^-Efficinicy—Scrvice. Call upon us or telephone and it will please us If we can be of service to you. New friends and old—visitors and residents need never hesitate to consult us. We have a Farm Loan Department Inflated Value- CHASE may do for stock jobbers, but not for conservative business men. Prudent investors want assurance. Assurance In Banking is an asset to the merchant manufac turer who seeks credit. This bank studies its patrons' in terests, it has no inflated values in its published statements. Public re liance we have. Your account we want. J*mn Halley, President G. C. Smith, Cashier Associated With First National Bank, Rapid City, S. D. Keystone Bank, Keystone, S. D. BANK OF HOT SPRINGS Hot Springs South Dakota WHEN BUYING ...DRUGS... Insist Always On Quality There is no linen of business in commercial life where Quality is so absolutely essential as it is in Drugs. Whatever you buy from us is of the Quality kind. KEEP IT IJV MIND waiker-fieditt Ptiarmaou HOT I|CU WARREN R. MIM.waiu Monument* Representing GoodenA Ballard, whole sale and retail Marble and Granite doalow. Hot Springs, South Dakota. Elinor R. Jaokott E. B. Adamo JUCKETT A Portraits Framing Kodak Finishing Eniarginn and Supplies s8sa Stevens Studio •fct /*ULT ftTAJK] HOT •PRlNu.. BSOLUTELY UARANTEE) The good wearing'QUALITY of our shoes we absolutely guarantee the STYLE is right in vogue, the PRICE —come, judge for yourself. We al so have broad, soft COMFORT shoes for tender feet. We also guarantee our HOSE. Our tasty and appropriate shades will please your fancy. You can RELY on anything you buy thruout our whole establishment. ADAMS Attorneys-at-Law Will praotloo in all Oourts Post offloo Blook Phono No. 8 Hoi Springs, South Dakota. P. F. WARD Attorney-at-Law Praotloo in all Goarta. Offloo, over Pooplos National Bank. Hot Springs BEN POTTS, Manager '*9P*PI Remember—No statements will a Please call at the office. The Water, Light and Power Co. Roller Bkating every Wednesday and Saturday night at the City Pavilion. Mrs. A1 Doardnff, owner, 4t-39 Extra fine eating and oooktng ap ples at $1,25 per bushel box, also pore older vinegar at forty-five oonta per gallon. Phone 61 on 607. John Evans For Sale—Three small dressers, six stool bottom ohairs, four rockers, four 9x12 rags, five washstands, one Inoubat or, one small heater, one oow, horse, now baggy and harness, pony, saddle and bridle for sale oheap. C. M. John son, Martin house on Wind Cave road, FOR SALE A lot of registered Hereford ball oalves. All good ones, oume and see them. Will be sold right. Robinson & Parkin, Hot Springs, S. D. 2w. Many people want to see the plumber right away. If you get up some morning and find 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. Phonie 105 PAUL B. RICHER -.f Miss Magdalene Peters, of Edgemont, Sundayod in this city. J. P. MoElroy, Jr., of Rapid City, was a business visitor in this oity Taee ay. P. A, Root, of Rapid Oity, oame dofrn Snnday and spent a couple of days here. _____ N. Glioksman and wife, of Edgemont, spent Sunday in Hot Springs the gnests of friends. General Agent E. E. Benjamin, of Deadwood, was in the oity looking after G. & N. W. R'y business yesterday. R. W. Turner, of Ohadron, oame up last Snnday aooompanied by bis wife who entered one of the hospitals for an operation. Miss Margurite Ahem, one of the nurses at the Sisters Hospital, went to Edgemont, Tuesday evening, to look after a ease there. Qaite a number of the young people of the oity will go to Buffalo Gap thiB evening to attend a big danoe which is being given there. Miss Sue Osmotherly, who has boon visiting her sister at Elk Point, this state for the past month, arrived home Wednesday morning. Attorney A, R. Denu, of the firm of Buell & Denu, of Rapid Oity. was in Hot Springs looking after some legal matters Monday evening. Isreal Oawkins, one of the old timers of this section, died at his home south of the oity, Wednesday, Obituary will be published next week. James Graham, of Hill Oity, one of the owners of the Hill Oity Lnmber Co., was a oalldr in Hot Springs a few days the first of the week. Henry Marty, oashier of the Peoples National Bank, departed Tuesday for Longford, Kansas, In response to a tel egram stating the death of his father. Mrs' ]. G. Richer entertained a num ber of her lady friends at her home Wednesday in honor of her birthday. A very enjoyable afternoon is report ed. Dr. R. M. Wheeler was at Hay Springs, Tuesday evening where he performed an operation for a looal doctor at that place. He returned home Wednesday, This evening the fireman of the oity will give a big masquerade ball at the 1. O. O. F. hall. Good musio will be furnished and a good time is assured all those who attend. J, T. Blatohford, of Arpan, this state oame the latter part of last week and will remain here for a time. His wife, formerly Miss Leia Boyles, was taken to the Sisters Hospital. Tuesday for a very serious operation. Mrs. J. A. Stanley gave a farewell re oeption at her home in lower town, Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs, Brlnker, who left last evening with her hnsband to spend the remainder of the winter at points in Iowa. Mrs. John Evans, who has been a patient in one of the large hospitals in Chioago for the past few months, ar rived home Wednesday morning very much improved in health, a fact her many friends will be pleased to learn. Dr. R, M. Wheeler, Dr. P. T. Geyer man and Dr. O. W. Hargens attended a meeting of the Black Hills Distrlot Medical Society held at St, Joseph's hospital at Deadwood the latter part of last week. They report a fine meeting, Morris Cleggett, formerly represent ing the Perkins Bros. Company on this territory, after several months vacat ion, arrived in the oity the first of the week. He is now traveling for the Rooky Moantain Blank Book Company of Denver. F. E. Somarindyok, who oonduots a dairy farm four miles north of the oity, has purchased a milking machine and will have same installed on his place about the first of uext month. This will be a deoided improvement to his up-to-date dairy. Mrs, F. E. Walker departed Satur day for Kansas Oity, where she will Join her husband, Dr, Walker, and from there they expeot to oontlnue on to Long Beach, California, where the doo tor will rest for a ooople of months. His health is reported as improving. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Eisentraut, who have resided at the Uurke'B Quarry for the past couple of years where Mr. Eisentraut had oharge of the plant, moved to Rapid City, yesterday and will make that oity their future home. They will still retain their Interest in the quarry. The Travelers Olub met as usual last Friday afternoon. The roll eali: "One of the Worlds Beautiful Build ings," was responded to by fifteen mem bers, including Miss Pierce who was. reoently elected. The Club enjoyed a visit by a former member, Mrs. Bailey, who is a guest of Mrs. F. T, Evans. The program oonslsted of,'"The Trees Importance," Mrs. Morehouse ''Poasi bilities of Gardening," Mrs. C. A. Stew art "German Arts and Crafts," Mrs Lott, and a poenj, "The Strollers" read by Mrs. W. H. Stanley. -.i". t. «f tire Springs.. NEWS NOTES OF.THE WEEK GATHERED FROM VARIOUS *AllftrBIF Edward Shearer departed Tuseday evening for Denver, Colorado, where he has aooepted a position with the Swanson Film Company. Edward has been the manager of the Morris Grand here for the past oouple of years and has a host of friends who will wish him suooess in his new venture. The topic of the sermon at the Pres byterian ohnroh next Sunday at 11 a. m. will be "Heaven's Message to Earth." and at the 7:30 p. m. service, "The Ministry of Angels." Dr. H, P. Carson of Huron preaohes In the ab sence of the pastor. Everybody wel oome. Sunday sohool at 10 a, m. Dr. R. 0. Matteson and Dr. L. E. Eaton were at Deadwood, Saturday attending a meeting of the Blaok Hills Dental Society. Dr. Matteson visited with Dr. Harms at Belle Fourohe be fore returning home. At the eleetlon of offloors at Deadwood he wae re eleoted president. Last evening, Miss Lois Henderson gave a theatre party in honor of Lloyd Broadus of Hot Springs, who is visit ing here. After the show at the Pas time theatre, the young people Indulg ed in danoing on the stage and a dainty little lunoh was served. The affair wae thoroughly enjoyed by those present. —Pioneer-Times. Beginlnning Monday evening andv' continuing every evening of the week' for two weeks there will be speolalv evangelistio services at the Firet Bap tist ohoroh to whioh the pobllo are most cordially Invited and as* urged to attend. Rev. Walter Ingram, pastor of the Rapid Oity ohoroh, will preaoh every night. Rev, Ingram Is a suooess ful evangelist. J. F. Parks and Attorney P. F, Ward' arrived home Tuesday evening from Pierre, where they had been working against House bill number 132 whioh oame up for a vote in the house Mon day and was defeated. It Is better known as the five-mile bill and had Iti passed would have prohibited the sale of liquor within five miles, of the State Soldiers Home. St. Luke's Eplsoopal ohoroh services, 10:00 a. m. Sunday sohool, 11:00 a. m. morning prayer and sermon. The Right ReveAnd George Biller Jr. D. D.» Bishop of South Dakota, will make his annual visitation of the ohuroh on Ash Wednesday, holding evening servioe, oommanion. and preaohing sermon. The hour of the Bishop's servioe will be announced Sunday. Everybody welcome. Mrs. John Blatohford, formerally MIBB Leia Boyles, undei 4nt a serious operation on Thursday of this week', at the Sisters Hospital, by Drs. Geyer* man and Wheeler. She is resting well at this time and doing 4s well as her serious oondition will permit, Mrs. Blatohford has been ill for a consider able time and reoently her oondition become so serious that an operation be came neoessary. Mr. and Mrs. George Hummel en tertained a party of friends at their home in lower town on Tuesday oven* ingat oards. Four tables of whist were played until a late hour when daiaty refreshments were served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Whaley, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hummel Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Baldwin, Mr. ana Mrs. O. A. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Osmotherly, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Higbley, Dr. C. W. Hargens and E. R. Juokett. Capt. Monger has just reoeived the geneology of the Monger family. Pro genitor, Nioholas Monger, born 1623, oounty Kent, Eogland. oame to Amer ioa Jane 1639, This book was published at East River, Oonneotiout, oontalus 3500 names, 614 pages, forty-eight halt tone pictures, many photographs from old oil paintings, family tree, and ooat of arms. It has taken about thirty-live years to gather these reoords, some having been taken from tombetones. The Captain's family Is the neareet tQ root of the tree. During the last five years the Monger Association has paid the historian a salary. The book np to date has ooBt 4 over 15,000. Mr. Sanford Dodge gave a Shakes pearean reoltal at the high sohool build ing Tuesday evening, appearing under the auspices of the athletio association. Mr. Dodge proved himself worthy of a far larger orowd than there were oat to hear him. He gave soenes from Mac beth, Hamlet, Julias Oaeear and The Merchant of Venloe. These soenes were interspersed with three delightful se lections from Drummond, Riley and Kipling. The reading of Gnnga Dean whioh oame at the olose of the enter* tainment was especially appreciated by the audience. Mr. Dodge has a good voioe, a pleasing personality and a keen appreciation of dranisitie valuee. Looal people will appreciate the bringing of talent of this olass to the oity by ^e high sohool people. The high eobool orchestra furnished exoeilent musle daring ths intermissions.