WC Botkin - Daily Plainsman Huron SD - 5 Nov 1930 p2
Approximately average owns open winter Good Times Is Made Subject Of Lecture HOT SPRINGS, Nov. ~ -Declaring times are not hard; U:r7t since 1916 people people have made more deposits, borrowed less and invested more, indicating that a business slump is unfounded, W. C. Botkin of tlie Retail Merchants' association association of South Dakota, pleased his large audionce of local merchants at a banquet as the Evans hotel. The Hot Springs Credit bureau joined the Retail j Merchants' association in the banquet Around 80 local merchants attended. Botkin also stated that farmers must into diversified farming if they are to succeed. He discussed advertising, W. Botkin also stated veloping trade territory and other topics of interest to merchants.