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il There is a lot of Ladies' ||j and Children's Ready-to ear Paul Fouke, who is traveling for a Kansas City firm, Bpent Sunday with his family in the oity. Mrs. Elizabeth Kelley and daughter, Miss Oina Kelley, oame Monday for a week's stay at this resort. Dr. Hultz, of Hill Oity, oame down Thursday with a patient whom he brought here for diagnosis, Mrs. C. H. Phillips and Mrs. J. P. Knox, of Rapid Oity, oame Tuesday for a few days visit with friends. Miss Anna Leaoox is taking her va cation for a few weeks with friends at Omaha and Shenandoah, Iowa. W. E. Hooper, probate judge, of Martin, this state, was in the oity Tues day looking after business matters. D. H. Griswold and wife, of Gordon, Mebraska, were arrivals here Tuesday to take in the big tennis tournament. George *s S°in£ 1 ONE-HALF PRICE 75c 75 All Book Accounts discounted 10 Per Cent if paid during this sale pro J. O. Birdsell, of Edgemont, was a Hot Springs oaller Tuesday. Miss Ellen Garlook, of Caster, was the gaest of friends in the city Tues day. John Davidson, Jr. and Oh as, Means, of Oelriohs were Hot Springs visitors Tuesday. O. B. Baldwin and wife of Rapid City, oame Tuesday for a few days outing at this resort._ Nichols, of Savannah, Mis souri, oame Saturday for a short visit with his mother, Mrs. Perry Niohols. Fred Noerenberg, the well known Cascade fruit grower and rancher, was a Hot Springs business visitor Tuesday Clarence West, the Johnson Candy salesman, was greeting his many Hot -Springs friends Tuesday of this week Mrs. O. A. Bates, of Gordon, oame Monday and took part in the tennis ^tournament whioh 1b being held this week. George C. Snow and family departed ^Monday for their home at Chadron after a several days outing at this P^plaoe. Mrs. E. E. Shepheard, of Calusa, Cal ifornia, was an arrival last week for visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N Attorney E. B. Adams arrived home Monday from a two weeks business trip to Savannah, Missouri, and at "A Chioago. a NEWS NOTES OF THE WEEK GATHERED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES Thread for pvim# Miss Emma Dougan and little son, of Kansas Oity, oame Monday for a short visit with her sister, Mrs. L. O. Shirley. Miss Blows, one of the nurses at the Sisters Hospital, arrived Monday from a couple of weeks visit with relatives at Sheldon, Iowa George Rhodes, who was employed as oierk at the Evans for a time two years ago, arrived here Sunday for a ooople of weekB visit. Miss Rose Mullen, of Rapid Oity, oame Monday evening and will spend several weeks here taking in the plunges and the sights. George High ley, of Edgemont, oame over Tuesday and spent the day here visiting at the home of his brother, L. E, Highley and wife. What is going to happen September 21-22-23? Why the biggest fair and raoe meet in the Black Hills, at Buf falo Gap. South Dakota. Don Blum, who travels for the Wyeth Hardware Company, of Kansas Cityj brought his sister here last week for a short outing at this resort. Mrs. O. A. Seeley, Mrs. O. J. Searle and children and Mrs. J. G. Stanley,] of Lead, oame the first of the week for a short Btay at this resort. weight single, For Sale: Good work horse, about 1100 pounds. Broke double and to saddle. Inquire of Rev. Hausler or at Sisters Hospital. Mrs. George P. Bennett accompanied by her son and daughter cam* down from their home at Rapid Oity, Mon day and will spend the week here. moth even- MiseKatherine Drommie and er, of Omaha, departed Tuesday ing for their home after a short visit at the home of Mrs. M. E. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Houghton are re joicing over the birth of a baby boy at the Hargens Hospital whose arrival dates from Wednesday, August 18th. Cotsanoris and Romanoff, the wrest lers, were at Rapid Oity last Saturday evening to enter the tournament held there and on aocoant of the non-ap pearanoe of Thompson, of Upton, the first named gentlemen staged a matoh with Domer whioh he won after one hoar and fifty minutes of wrestling. HOT SPRINGS WEEKLY STAR HOT SPR1NU3, 25 Cents Discount Mrs. Sid James and little daughter departed Snnday evening for Hartford, this state, in response to a message stating the illness of some of her rel atives. Miss Esther McElroy, of Rapid Oity, and Miss Florence Davenport, of Btur gis, arrived Monday and are guests of the Misses Belle and Queena Stewart this week, Mrs. A. E. Anderson and ohildrep who have been visiting for a week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Joe The bault, departed this morning for their home at Lead Miss Ruth Cooper, who recently graduated as a trained nurse from the Sistera Hospital, departed the latter part of last week for her home tit Greely, Nebraska. The way the people are responding to our Farewell Sale is evidence of their appreciation of genuine bargains. This sale I will positively close Saturday, August 28th, and then there will be no more Chase's store in Hot Springs. -Remember all goods being sold at cost and less, and you still have a fev days wherein yon can save money.' A. W. Burkholder and wife are en joying a visit this week from Mr. and Mrs. Farwell, of Ardmore. r. Far well is one of the stars in the tennis tournament this week. Judge P. F. Ward and wife and Walter Parks and wife departed Mon day morning for Harney Canyon, where they will spend a week or ten days oamping and fishing. Mrs. F.l). Hummel departed Mon day evening for Valley Junotion, MUB oatine and Grand View, Iowa, where she will spend a month visiting old time friends and relatives. CHASE'S STORE WILL Positively Close On Saturday, August 28th, 1915 We have seven 9x12 rugs left, and all are going at Cost Price. F. J. Knookemus, of Rapid Oity, oame Monday and will spend the week here daring the olosing out sale ef the Chase store, Mr. Knookemas is man ager of the Rapid City store. Quite a number of the looal golfers have been oat on the oourse of late and are developing a very good game. It is hoped that a tournament can be ar ranged for in the near fatpre. Lot of Ladies' Oxfords Six spools of Cotton All Toys Our Remnant Counter A fine lot of Trunks Miss Edmee Lenhardt, who has been Mr. and Mrs Hill for the past few weeks, departed Tues day evening for her home at Galve, Iowa. visiting at the home of H. O. Moorehouse on Sanitarium George Baggley, Eugene Sohliohting of Dead wood, and E. W. Stanley, of Lead, oame down Sanday and are entered in the matohes of the Black Hills Tennis Toarnament here this week. Miss Mabel Oemotherly departed Sanday evening for Chioago to resume her work of trained nursing after ooaple of weeks visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, F. G. Oe motherly. 33y3 Per Cent WHERE THEY SELL CHEAP Miss Nancy Tamer arrived in this city Sanday from St. Joe, Missouri, where nhe hae been employed for the past oouple of years, for a short visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Tamer. The Rapid City Elks will arrive in this oity Sunday for their annual out ing and the people of this oity are planning on giving them a royal wel comed A special train will be run from Rapid City to this place. Editor Harry Goddard, of the Ex press at EJgemont was a Hot Springs visitor Monday. While here Hariy was soliciting ads for the big premium list of the Edgemont fair to be held the second week in September. Reports from all over this seotion are to the effect that crops of all kinds were never better in the history of the country. The small grain yield is even better than WBB first expeoted and the alfalfa and oorn crops are both bump er yields. L. O, Shirley and Dr. Eaton took a party of Iowa men from this place to Ardmore to the experiment farm Wednesday and return by auto. The eastern people are contemplating the purchase of some Fall River county land, Thos. Daily arrived home the latter part of last week from a short business trip to Casper, Wyoming, Crawford, Nebraska, and Belle Fourohe, this state, where he had been booking Ivy Baldwin, the high wire walker and ba loon man for the fairs this fall. Hon. E. W. Martin, wife and daugh ter, of Dead wood, motered down to their ranch at the Martin Valley on Friday of last week and expeot to spend the remainder of the week visit inK in this section, They were the guests of friendB in the oity Sunday. Services at the first Baptiet ohuroh next Sunday as follows: Sanday sohool at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 o'clook by L. G, Lookwood, topic "Ruth'* Choioe." As a prelude to the morning service the delegates to the Blaok Hills Asso ciation will give their report. There will be no evening eervioe. Misb June VanValkenburg ,of Worth ington. Minnesota, was an arrival the first of the week. Miss VanValken burg spent several summere here at the home of Dr. and Mrs. P. T. Geyer man and at this time has aooepted position with the firm of Geyerman Wheeler at the Medical Block. Mrs. Ethel Leach, who has been patient in the Sisters Hospital for the past six cr eight months, died on Sun day morning of oanoer of the stomach Funeral services were conducted Mon day afternoon from the Joyce Under taking parlors and the remains laid to rest in the Fairview cemetery near Oral after a short service there oondaoted by Rev. Gillespie, of that place. The de ceased leaves three daughters and two Bone to moarn her death. nants HALF-PRICE Beginning Friday morn ing we will have all our winter blankets out, to be Sold at Cd^t Price is a feature. All Rem and Suit Cases at.* !is?V 4 1 to Cost Price This is all High Class Merchandise and it is 1 't. «. Going at Cost and Less ssaasw staraagaaass All Accounts Owing to R. A. Hummel, Grocer, are to be y, 'i \f% «."k "'v "I Paid Immediately JUCKETT & ADAMS, Attorneys. I. M. RAYfiOND, a Su.) 1 IK"" Assignee.