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fg£. 's l€ys^-- 4$^ v• E •N m"-* v«, I •1 -. 2* *r+ RED PEPS PHILOSOPHY -tSe-, Si 'A. 50 •hvu/tM' (SEAL] ,V \1 M?*5?4, ft SL'S* Lr ~N "Men of few thoughts far outnumber wen of tew words hiuvuuiAiuuuuuuuyiiy^ A State of South Dakota DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE Depositors Guaranty Fund Commission UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA 1.r' Yes, this is the Wooster Company. 'A,) (PIERRE. A This Is To Certify, That The Stockmans' Bank OF Hot Springs, S. D. has been regularly examined by a qualified ex aminer of the Department of Banking and Fi nance of the State of South Dakota, in accord ance with the provisions of Section 7, Article S, Chapter 1 02, Session Laws of 1915. that the report of the examination has had due consid eration by the Depositors Guaranty Fund Com mission, as provided for in Section S, Article 5, Chapter 102, of the Session Laws of 1915, properly qualified for admission under the guaranty wherefore, the aforesaid bank has been duly and regularly admitted and this cer tificate issued, in accordance with the provisions of Section 20, Article 8, Chapter 102, Session Laws of 1915, to aUthe rights and benefits con templated by the aforesaid chapter- mr Confidential Chat With Our Country Customers Without any special effort our trade keeps extending lieyond the boundaries of our own locality. People residing on rural routes have found that we can serve them more satisfactorily than distant mail order houses We would like your drug trade during 1916. Our«stock vis an unusual one and when you want fresh, new goods you'll find it to your advantage to trade with us. Order By Mail Or Telephone and You'll Receive the Goods Promptly by Parcel Post Satisfaction is guaranteed in evary case, both as to quality of goods and right prices. We Prepay Parcel Post Charges MORGAN'S DRUG STORE "The Home of Satisfaction" PHONE 33 i* "'-1 pK Oh yes. Please send me another load of that ACME COAL. 'fO •h c- ItfAflJIONY WhIrBOF,I hare hinantn •st hand and affixed kha offlolal thai of ttt PabUo Examiner for the Stale of Booth Dakota this Slstdey of Deoember, 1915. J. L. WINGFIELD, ChairmaDv mwm $1.50 PER YEAR IN -ADVANCE Otherwise as Follows: One Year. .. $«.oo Sii Months .$1.00 Three Months so cts The STAR is published every Friday. Shoiti newsy communications and local news items are cordially solicited. Entered at the postoffice at Hot Springs, South Dakota, as seoond class mail matter. Representative R&iney's plan to place an additional tax on beer, which will be paid by the beer drinkers of the country, is apt to foment dls oord. __________ "Americans have democratized th*, motor oar Industry," exclaims the Sfc. Paul "Pioneer-Press." Not yet, broth er bat when that Democratic tax is pat on gasoline you may be right. It seems impossible to find a Repub lican who is not tainted in spots with one Wilson policy or another.—New York World. ''Tainted" is the oorreot expression, if it be true, and 'taint.' It is estimated that Americau con sumers of sugar paid $100,000,000 extra because of the increased prioe of that article daring 1915. This is of interest in connection with the Demooratio promise of reduced cost of living. The Boston News Bureau says that during the week ending December 25th 1915, Detroit, Miohigan, exported com modities to the value of more than $100,000,000, whioh exports were ex ceeded only by New York City. The war in Europe has made many ohanges In our commercial bffairs. Detroit i6 le of the large beneficiaries. Mr. Wilson is evidently reserving his piseion for a purpose. At any rate, he is using none of it to assist the passage o' his preparedness programme. When other measures in which he displayed I iterest have beeu before Congress he hv» lost no ooolsion to enforce his vl»» upon party associates. Now he permits his plan to be called "idlotio" oi.e Dcmouratio Congressman, while or bets as* milder language—but all hostile and fatal to the proposal. Does the President realy mean busl A9ss? Is he for preparedaeea or not? When the Federal Reserve Board, organised by a Demooratio administra tion on partisan linee, performed its duty of establishing Swerve banks, it looated banks at Atlanta, Dallas, and Riohmand, Ignoring. the oommeroial el aims of New Orleans and Baltimore. In in effect to notify the error and MOtf IMINQ8 WESK1Y MA* ss§jtff Sal&SsIS "S A Satisfied Customer. 'I? The Hot Sprinos Weeklu Star W. A. Wmmt, Publisher. Official City Paper Wf~ TERMS: .• •.*. /_V accomodate business, a branoh Dank WM establish* at New Orleans. The latest report of the Board Bays that the branch bank has "already justifled its esthbishtnent, having more than earn ed itb operating fxpenses." Which is a partial acknowledgment that New Orleans should ht*ve been made a Re serve Bunk City, rather than made the site of a branoh bauk The first expression of CongreBsion opinion regarding foreign relations oune rather unexpectedly in the Senate on the day after Congress re assembled. The debate turned upon a suggestion that Americans should )t travel on ships which fly a belli— gwent flag and hemoBt pointed re trks were those in oritioism of the a Imlnistration for not issuing a warn iig to this t£E«ct. It was regarded as significant that, while six of the eleven Senators who epoke defended the President, only two of the six were Democrats—Messrs. Robinson of Ark ansas and Retd, of Missouri, neither of whom has ever been classed as a real leader in the Satiate or in the party. Experienced Washington cotnmeufK rs find coi.ditioi)8 now to be muoh a they were in the last days of Cleve land's seoond (erni—the strong men of the' Demooray hostile or indifferent to the White House and none but the 'oaokoos1' or place-hunters doing tcveretioe to th« President. HORSE CAMP DRAW Jacob Uurg wtmt to Hot Springs, Tuesday. Oharles Young was reported on the sick list. Mr. Burg was a caller at the Arley Petty ranch, Thursday. George Baohoiiin was a business oaller at Oral, Saturdey, Mr. McChuilan was a business caller at Jacob Burg's, Monday. Miss Hazal Kimball speLt Sunday with Mrs. Pelty hdJ family. George Biohtnan was vUiting in the vicinity of Fairview, Sunday. James Petty was a visitor at the Bingham Broa. rauoh in Horsehead Jacob Burg was calling at Herman Knuppel near Oral on business, Mon day. Prank Peterson from Horseheadj passed thru this vioinity on Tuesday, on his way to Hot Springs with ten dressed hogs. W. G. FLAT Mr. Sivick left with a load of hogs Siturday. O. A Shaokelford is shipping millet S9ed to Salzer & Co. this week, Some of the neighbors are improving this cold snap by filling their ice houses. Mrs. Van Pelt resumed teaching this week after a weeks vaoation on aocount of cold weather. We have had a ronnd of the grippe io this community but every body is feeling better at present. Thomas Mosier left this week for Riverton. Wyoming. From there he will go to his old heme in Iowa for a two months visit. The Farmers Club will hold their second meeting at Oral, Saturday to re-eleot (fficers and adopt their con stitution and bylaws. Mrs H. D. Thomas and Robt. Garn et returned from Mondamin, Iowa last week where they have been enjoying a visit with relatives for some time. FAIRVIEW Howard Hamelstrom was an Oral oaller Wednesday. W. H. Reigler made a trip to Hot Springs, Thursday. Marel Willoughby spent Saturday with Walter Judd. E. E. James made a business trip to Hot Springs, Monday. George Baohmau made a business trip to Oral, Saturday. Leo. Baohman moved from Oral baok to his ranoh, Wednesday. W. P. Hamelstrom make a business trip to Oral, Wednesday. W. H. Reigler and son, Albert, spent Sunday at the Judd ranoh. George Baohman was a oaller at the Hamelstrom ranoh Wednesday. Oleo Willoughby made a trip to W. G. Flat Tuesday and Wednesday. Howard Hamelstrom spent Sunday with Marel and Cleo Willoughby. Leon Jepsou and bis mother made a business trip to Hot Springs Thurday. Leo Baaohman and family spent Sanday with Mr. aud Mrs. Homelstrom. Peroy Crownover is working for Edward Nefstead at the present time. R. C. Willoughby, who has been cn the siok list for the past two weeks ie improving. L*et Tuesday, W. Nanoe slipped on some ioe, falling on bis shoulder and breaking his oollar bono. He is getting along nicely at present. For Sale: Red Polled Durham ball T. B. Qalgley, Hot Springs, S. D. FOR SALE One fine young, gentle, single driving mare, weight 1,250. L. B. Cleveland. Strayed: Bay oolt two years old branded a) on left hind log. On* white hind foot. Notify T. B. Qalgley Hot Springe, 8oath Dakota. PIANO AT A BARGAIN Customer near Hot Springs la un able to finish payments on piano oon traot We will turn piano over to first satisfactory party who will pay bal anoe either oash or ttve dollars par. months. Write Sohmoller fc Maeller Piano Co- Omaha, Nebraaka.' iuirn -wiU8T 8*Y: AHEAD. 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