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Hot Springs weekly star. (Hot Springs, S.D.) 1892-1917, January 21, 1916, Image 2

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Bad Habits
Those who breakfast at eight o'ulook
or later, lanoh at twelve and have din
ner at six are almost certain to be
troubled with indigestion. They do not
allow time for one meal to digest be
fore taking another. Not less than Ave
hours should elapse between meals. 1
you are troubled with indigestion oor
«reot your habits and take Chamber
lain's Tablets, and you may reasonably
hope for a qaiok reoovery. These
tablets strengthen the stomaoh and
"enable it to perform it.4 funotions
,.,natnrally. Obtainable everywhere.
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OPTICAL GOODS
BLOCK & FISHMAN
JEWELRY STORE
VALUABLE LAND PUBLICATIONS
BIG HORN BASIN OF WYOMING—Describes this new agricul
\tural empire in central Wyoming: recently opened up by the comple
tion of the Burlington's new line tells about the advantages of
irrigation, soil, crops, fruits, minertls, oil, gas, how to secure a gov
ernment irrigated farm—on mighty easy terms.
FREE GOVERNMENT LANDS—Tells how to file on a homestead
about the chances for renters and farm hands and the free govern
ment lands still open for settlement along the Burlington in Wyoming.
THERE'S A FARM FOR YOU IN COLORADO—Contains some
surprising information about the splendid opportunities which exist in
Eastern Colorado for farmers who mean business.
!,GO TO SOUTHWESTERN NEBRASKA—Tells hoW to secure a
home under very favorable conditions and amid pleasant surround
ings, where land worth $io per acre seven years ago is now worth 35
'and still going up.
NORTH PLATTE VALLEY—Just off the press tells of the delights
of life in this ''Kingdom of Alfalfa, Sugar Bsets and Live Stock."
If you want more neighbors and more money in your looality, these publi
,• oatlons will help you find both. 8end ms name? and addresses of your friends
in the Middle States. Tell me whioh publication to
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA
Department of Banking & Finance
Depositors Guaranty Fund Commission
UNITED STATES OF AMERIA,
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA.
Thi» It To Certify That:
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WATCH AND JEWELRY
REPAIRING
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
College Bill.
varsity avenue
Sunday Sohool
worship 11:01
Parsonage 602 Uul-
10:00 a. m. Morning
Baptist Young Peoples Union G:4f*.
Evening worship 7:30.
Thursday evening prayer servioe 7:30.
Rev. Chas. F. Holler, Pastor.
found a Sure Tbtof
1. R. Wixon, Farmers Mills. N. Y.,
has used Chamberlain's Tablets for
years for disorders of the stomaoh and
liver and says, ''Chamberlain's Tablets
are the best have ever need," Obtain
able everywhere.
Bend.
HOWARD, Immigration Ag«nt
BURLINGTON ROUTE
1004 Farnam St..Omaha, Nebraska.
PIERRE.
The Bank of Hot Springs, Hot Springs, S 1)., has been reg
ularly examined by a qualified Examiner of the Department of
Banking and Finance of the State of South Dakota, in accord
ance with the provisions of Section 7, Article 3, Chapter 102,
Session Laws of 1915 that the report of the examination has
had due consideration by the Depositors Guaranty Fund Com
mission, as provided for in Section 5, Article 4, Chapter iox,
Session Laws of 1915, and that the condition of the bank has
been found to be such that it is properly qualified for admission
under the guaranty wherefore, the aforesaid bank has been
duly and regularly admitted and this certificate issued in ac
cordance with the provisions of Section
20,
10a, Session Laws of 1915, to all the rights and benefits con
templated by the aforesaid chapter,
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I h*ve hereunto set my
hand and affixed the offlolal seal of the Pabllo Examine for
the State of South Dakota, thiB 31st day of Deoember.
1915.
Attest:
J- F- McEWEN, Secretary*
People Like Good Service
If you do, leave your orders
or O A an W O O
with the Roth Transfer Com
pany. Prompt service, no long
waits, nor no short weights.
Agents for the celebrated
Kodi Egg, Lump and
Nut Coal
Article 3, Chapter
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Chairman.
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
One half blonk north of Hot Springs
Hotel.
Manse, 11G Bluff Avenue, Phone
Black 14
C.
Bible sohool 10:00 a. m. Glasses for
all ages.
Preaohing servioe at 11:00 m. and
7:30 p. m.
Strangers will be oordially received,
Rev. Dwight D. Tailman, minister.
ST. LUKE'S CHURCH. EPISCOPAL
(Opposite Evans and Gillespie Hotels.)
Sunday Servioes: 8:30 a. ni. Holy
Communion. 10:00 a. m. Sunday
Sohool, 11.00 a. m. morning prayer and
sermon.
Holy Communion at 11:00 a. m. on
first Sunday.
N. B. No oelebration or sermon on
fourth Sunday.
E. G. d'Argent, priest in charge, res
idence room 38 Evans Annex.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Servioes every Sabbath at the ohnroh
opposite the post office.
9:30 olass meeting, 10 a. m. Sunday
eohool, 11 a. m, morning sermon.
6:30p. m. Epworth League,
Praotioe in all Courts. Offloe over
People* National Bank. Hot Springs
S. E Wilson ./Clifford A. Wilson
WILSON & WILSON
Attorneys-at-Law
Ovef Huntet's Store, opposite
Union Depot
Store. Hot Springs, South Dakota,
Dr. L. E. EATON,
DENTJST
Located in Minnekahta Block
H»t Springs. South Dakota
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Elmer R. Juokett E. B. Adams
JUCKETT & ADAMS
Attorney s-at-Law
Will praotioe in all Courts
Mlnnokahta Blook Phone No. 8
Hot Springs, South Dakota.
Charles 8. Eastman William B. Dudley
EASTMAN & DUDLEY
Attorneys-at-Law
Praotioe in all oourts. Offloe over the
Bodega. Hot Springs, South Dakota.
THOS. E. EASTMAN.
Attorney-at-Law
Weekly
7:30
p.
evening sermon.
Weekly prayer meeting Thursday
evening.
A oordlal invitation to strangers and
friends to worship with us,
Herbert L. Case, pastor. Rebi'leuc©
next door to ohnroh.
HEREFORD BULLS
Fifteen Hereford bulls for sale, eight
to eighteen months old. Prices rea
sonable. Homer Bean,
39 2t Lithia, S. D.
DR. W. J. McROBERTS
Specialist Chronic Diseases
Offloe in Fiannagan Building
River Ave. Hot Springs, South Dak
LAWRENCE H. HEDRICK
Attorney at Law
Practice in any oonrt.
Offloe over Evans Annex
Hot Springs, South Dakota.
Dr. R. C. Matteson,
DENTIST
Medioal Block Hot Springs, S.
BERNARD J. HAAS
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Chiropractor
Offloe in the PoBt Offloe Building
seoond floor front rooms. Hot Springs
8. Dak.
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P. F. WARD
Attorney-at-Law
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Will Praotioe in All Courts
Hot Bprings Sonth Dakota
In some ways mules are safer than
horses. Nobody ever bets money on a
mule t-.
When the house divided against It
self falls the bricks always hit the un
der dog.
"Be thorough" Is gpod advice, but
be careful what you are going to be
thorough in.
The presidential booms are beginning
lo put In their roots preparatory to
shooting up In the spring. *r
The old fashioned hatchet' which Was
sometimes buried has been superseded
by the hammer which is always kept
ready for use..
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It having been ascertained that Ben
jamin Franklin invented the electric
push button, It Is feared he'd never get
the office boy vote for anything.
Trench diggers In those ancient, sto
ried lands might reimburse their over
burdened nations for the expense of
war by digging up a few art treasures.
A penny saveu tiiay be j«uny~e«ifu
«B, as a wise man said, but every little
wfe£te.new evidence is gathered to show
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Mr. Basiness flan
1 You are now starting upon another calendar year. If I
good quality, low prices and prompt service appeals
to you please place your next order with us for
Stationery and Office Supplies
Kindly make out a list of your needs today and see for
yourself how quickly our rapid-fire service brings the goods.
Good Will Makes the Second Order
Cost Less to Sell You Than the First
In accordance with all intangible things,
good will is hard to place mentally. Like rep
utation, popularity and friendliness it is so
elusive that there is little wonder its value and
existence are so frequently ignored• Like char
acter and reputation in individuals—the things
which enable anyone to associate with his fel
lows—good will is what perpetuates a business.
Good will is that which makes tomorrow's
business more than a mere accident. It is reas
onable expectation of future patronage based on
some past satisfactory dealings. The promis
cuous and casual customer does not pay the
profits. It is those who come regularly. These
persons have found the dealer trustworthy, and
his goods of high quality, his skill and knowl
edge commendable.
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They have
with the treatment they have received in the
past and loath, in the absence of a reliable re
commeneation or a special circumstance, to
risk a transferring of their custom to another.
It is this hope and probability that keeps the
business going and gives it a selling value above
that of leasehold, equipment and stock.
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county when it is news, send in your subscription to the
W. A. WARNER, Publisher
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