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Hot Springs weekly star. (Hot Springs, S.D.) 1892-1917, June 11, 1915, Image 5

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H. L. Ike, of Minnekahta, waq a Hot
Springs visitor Sunday.
Mrs Ohas. F. Hollar is spending a
few days with friends in Rapid Oity.''
-B.- J. Glattly arrived home Monday
from a short business trip to Omaha.
Miss Opal. Sewrighti, of Hermo6a,
spent Sunday with friends in Hot
W 8 W if a
Gap, were o&llera in Hot Springs, Sat
We submit this contention to the criticism of the trade,
We ask only that the specifications be carefully studied and
the car examined part by part, and we are confident that the
universal decision will be that WOODS MOBILETTE, any
model, is a $500,09 car for $380,00,
What It Has
It Has a Shaft Drive.
It Has a Water-coolecl Motor•'
It Has Sliding-Gca,r Type Transmission
It Has Big* Wide, Practical Doors.
It Has Comfortable, Roomy Seats.
It Has Standardized Parts Throughout.
It Has a High Tensionlgnition, JVo Coils
or Batteries to Get Out of Order.
We have tHe exclusive agency for Fall River, Custer and Pennington Counties, This make
of car includes five different models, giving our customers a good selection. The strong
feature about the car is the low cost of upkeep. From thirty to forty miles per gallon of
gasoline, something no other car in the country will do.
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Casper Duennerman and
Conger, of
Fargo Building
and Gillespie Hotel
Smithwiok, were Hot Springs shopperp,
Ohas Conger, of Beaver Preoinot,
in Hot Springs,
was a business oaller
Col. F. B. Ainsworth.of Minnekahta,
was a business oaller in Hot Springs,
Floyd Domer, of Polo, Illinois, oame
down from Rapid Oity, Sunday for a
few days stay at this piaoe. Mr. Domer
is a professional wrestler and won seve
ral matohea at Rapid Oity recently,
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$380.00 for a $500.00 Car
The distinctive design of "over and under" frame construc
tion of WOODS MOBILETTE, with its long springs and long
wheel base provides exceptionally low center of gravity. This,
with our light unsprung weight, makes the MOBILETTE one
of the safest and most easy riding cars on the market. Ac-
cording to accepted formulas, the WOODS MOBILETTE engine has fifty per cent greter horsepower per hundred weight than
the big seven passenger automobiles. WOODS MOBILETTE is, therefore, one of the most powerful cars per weieht that
Based on the prices asked for automobiles we consider that
WOODS MOBILETTE is a $500,00 car and will be conceded
to be such by any motor vehicle expert.
We say it's a High Class Small Car at a First Low Cost
and Small Cost for Upkeep, It's $380.00 for standard
equipment. See the specifications.
We have one model of this^car which we are now demonstrating. Ask us to show you what this car can do. /No hills too steep Si
or roads too bad for this c^r to negotiate
Black Hills Cycle-Car and Sales Company
Phone 19
Hot Springs, South Dakota
Wear classy clothes in summer. That
is the season when, on outings and at
summer resorts, you MEET STRAN
GERS who can judge you only by your
looks. Fit yourself out for the summer
at our store and you will be in good
STYLE wherever you go. You will
find in our goods, also, the QUALITY
that can stand the test. We can
SATURDAY SPECIAL—20 Per Cent Discount on Ladies
Muslin Underwear and Brassieres. One day only, June 12
Illinois State Seal Spoon Day
Fr. Maurice Schwaebe, of Ouster, is
a gu«Bt at the home of Rev. Fr. Haues
ler this week.
J. H. Gillespie was a passenger to
Omaha, the first of the week for a short
business trip.
F. W, Minty, of Rapid City, was
transacting bneinesa in Hot Springs,
the first of the week.
Miss Dottie Buchanan departed the
latter part of last week for a short
visit with friendB at Denver.
Thos. Daily waa a passenger to Rapid
Oity, Wednesday to spend a few days
looking after business matters.
Mrs. John Fall was a passenger to
Rapid City, Monday to attend the
teachers institute there this week
W. L. Baldwin and family are en
joying a visit this week from tbe for
mers father, who is a resident of Ne
braaka. ~'r *v*.
BEN POTTS, Manager
C. G. FARGO. Pres.
A. H. Walick, Sales Mgr.
Mrs, Edward Cessna, of Deadwood,
oame down tbe first of the week and
will remain here for a time taking the
I. M. Humphrey, one of the owners
of the Evans Hotel, oame down from
Rapid Oity, Saturday and spent Sun
day at this resort.
Raymond Gillespie, who has been at
tending the University at Lincoln. Ne
braska, for the past year, arrived
Assistant Superintendent C. Hoi
torf, of the Burlington from Deadwood,
was looking after company business in
the city Monday.
Hot Springs expects to send a base
ball team from here Sunday to play
the Edgemont club at Edgemont.
Quite a cumber of the local fans are
planning on the trip to root for the
home boys /tX"
The exclamation of the 15-year-old son of a wealthy motor
vehicle dealer emphasizes the class of WOODS MOBILETTE
as well as any descriplion we could give it, When the boy
saw WOODS MOBILLTTE for the first time, he said: "It's
a young Pierce-Arrow, isn't it, Pa?"
It Hasn't False Doors.
It Hasn't a Belt Drive.
Jt Hasn't a Chain Drive.
It Hasn't an Air-cooled Motor.
It Hasn't an Untried Transmission.
Sunday Jane 13th will be Chiidrens
Day at the First Baptist Obaroh and
the program will begin at 10:30 o'olook.
Everybody welcome, The evening ser
vices are at 7:30.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Grannie, of Man
kato, Minnesota, arrived here the first
of the week and will spend a month at
the home of their daughter, Mrs. H. L.
Mrs. Helen Brelsford and son, James,
departed Saturday evening for Rapid
Oity where the teachers joint institute
convenes this week. Mrs. Brelsford is
the superintendent of this oounty.
Norman Buchanan, who has been
employed in one of the big printing
houses ut Lincoln, Nebraska, arrived
home Sunday and will spend part of
the summer with his mother and sisters
Dr. P. T. Geyerman aud wife de
parted Tuesday evening for Rochester,
Minnesota, where the dootor. will at
tend the Clinical Congress of Surgeons
of North Amerioa, which is being held
St. Luke's Church, seooud. Sunday
after Trinity. 8 a. m. Holy Commun
ion, 10 a. m. Sunday school, 11 a.
Holy Communion and sermon, subject
"The Personal Equation in tbe Oom'
The library board wish to thank the
Shakespeare Olub for their donation of
f25 to tbe book fund. Owing to an
oversight on the part of tbe board the
acknowledgment of this gift was
I. A. Garnet arrived home Monday
from a couple of week's visit at Wood
bine and other Iowa points. He re
ports an overabundance of rain in that
section this spring but that crops are
looking fine^
I. H. Chase, of Rapid City, and F. E.
Steele, manager of the Chase store at
Sturgis, oame down tbe first of the
week and were looking after matters
oonneoted with the Chase store here
for a few days.
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What It Hasn't
It Hasn't any Experimental Features.
For delivery purposes it has no equal, because of the economy of operation and conven
ience. No big outlay is necessary for a garage as any small building will house it. It is so
simple to operate that almost any person or even a child may become an accomplished
driver, A neat and complete car in every way.
Attorney Lawrence H. Hedrick ar
rived home Tuesday from a 00a pie of
days business trip to Dead wood and
On ..Tuesday afternoon the Ladies
Aid of the Baptist oharoh met with
Mrs. George Z. Leaoh on College Hill
with a large attendedanoe.
Mrs. Wood Graven, of Ardmore, de
parted Monday evening for her home
after a ooaple of weeks visit with her
•on. Attorney L. H. Hedriok.
Mrs, Oliver G. Magee, who has been
visiting for the past couple of months
with relatives at Sioux Oity, Iowa, and
St. Joe, Missouri, arrived home Mon
day morning,
-v «4„Mvv'
J) ill
Ohas. H. Leaser, scenic artist and
decorator, is just completing the deoo
rating of the Northern Bar. His work
and neat and this place of
business will present a neat appearance
when his work is completed.
A big muBioal show is billed for the
Morris Grand for next Tuesday and
Wednesday evening. Twenty people,
mostly girls. The oompany is one that
has been playing to big houses in the
northern Hills. Don't miss them.
Miss Ruth Wood left Satarday after
noon for Brookings, where she haa ao
oepted a position as inBtruotor in the
summer school there. Miss Wood is a
graduate of South Dakota State College
olass of '13 and is at present one of the
F. L. Gregory departed Monday
morning for Spearflsh and other north
ern Hills towns for a week's onting.
Mr. Gregory sinoe his residence here
has never visited the northern Hills
and is taking this week's trip to enjoy
the scenery^
Trains on the Buffalo Gap-Hot
Springs line were delayed last Satur
day by one of the* bridges between this
plaoe and the Falls being weakened by
the flood of the night previous. The
bridge gang with their construction
train soon had the track in good shape
Mrs. F. M. Greene and baby aooom
panied by Miss Esther Moore, arrived
Monday from Greeley, Nebraska,
where Mrs. Greene has been visiting
for the past month. Mips Moore la a
resident of Greeley and will spend a
few weeks at this resort as a guest at
the Greene home.
Miss Carrie Conger, of Beaver prei
oinot, who was one of the efficient
teachers in the oity aohoola for the
past year, departed laat Friday evening
for Sioux Falls and will later go to
Kalamazoo, South Haven and t^naing,
Miohigan to apend her summer vaoa
tion with relatives and frlenda.
Mrs. Samuel Chrtatensen and Miaa
Bess Carty departed last evening for:
Savannah, Missouri, where on Satur
day Miss Carty will be married to
Victor Cbristensen, second son of Mrs.
Ohristeusen. The young couple will
make their home at Savannah, where
Victor is employed by Dr. Niohols.
Mrs. F. D. Hummel was given a very
pleasant surprise on her birthday Mon
day of this week when a large number
of her lady frienda arrived at her home
to spend the afternoon, "Grandma"
Hummel is easily one of the moat
popular ladies in the oity and the ladle*
as well as her many friends wish her
many more happy birthd^e.

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