Rapid City Journal from Rapid City, South Dakota on January 16, 1918 · 8
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Rapid City Journal from Rapid City, South Dakota · 8

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Wednesday, January 16, 1918
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TIIK RAPID CITY DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 16, 1911.' LIGHT The Daily Journal. -Win. S. Hart In "The Narrow Trail" at Elks Theatre tonight. T. II. Knutson. of Scenic, was In the city yesterday on business. Surbeck sells Insurances. Dr. Wormer, Rooms 8 and 9 Elks Building. Miss Maria Ruenholl of Piedmont, was In the city yesterday visiting with friends. Hair dressing parlor. No. 7 ElKk buiUins. Annie B. Warron. Tu Black 147. Cloaks and suits reduced in price at Haines store. Cy Hunt of Wasta, was a Rapid Citv visitor yesterday, returning home last evening. "Experience is a good teacher' but don't wait for it to teach you the need of orotection. See Allen Bros today for Reliable Fire Insurance Furs reduced in price at Haines tore. Attorney E. S. Johnston of Quinn, was in he city yesterday on business. Dr. Charles McDowell, dentist, office over Pennington County bank If you're using your car, let os give your battery a test at regular intervals; it costs you nothing. You cet real battery service at our Bat tery Service Station. Norrls-Keith Company. Wholesale automobile tupplies, 730 Main street. Phone 93. D. iM. Eastman, a Hot Springs attorney, spent yesterday In the city on business. Wm. S. Hart in "The Narrow Trail" at Elks Theatre tonight. Eye strain means nerve drain. Fw Will Robinson. James Halley and I. M. Hum phrey returned last evening from a biiFiness trip. to Keystone. The Arcade. 421 Main street. for good board and clean beds Because you are In a fire-proof building, is not proof that you are safe from fire. It pays to be pre pared, gives you a feeling of "always safe and never sorry." See Allen Bros, today for Reliable Fire Insurance. Mrs. M. J. KIley was an arrival yesterday morning from Casper, Wyo., where she has been for several months, off and on. One fourth of all America builds each year is destroyed by fire. Think it pays to be protected. See Allen Bros, today for Reliable Fire Iusurance. W, U. Nlchol, undertaker, phone No. 294. Mrs. Westberg's telephone number now Is Red 263. If your home burned tonight, would your valuables be protected? They should. See Allen Bros, today for Reliable Fire Insurance. , Wm. S. Hart In "The Narrow Trail" at Elks Theatre tonight. Engraved stock certificates of all kinds at the Journal office. See our supply before buying elsewhere as we can save yon money. A. M. Burke, D. C, office at residence, 1105 St. Joe street. Tel. Red 2?2. ; Registration in County Re Taken Up Soon A mlnlteure service flag bearing 416 stars is being displayed In the window of the local branch of the Flak Rubber company. It Is an "exact copy of the large flag now flying from the administration building at the general offices of the company in Chicopee Falls. Mass. The Fisk company has snt many of its employes into the pervice o? Uncle Sam already, and more are leaving almost daily, so the number of stars on the flag will be increased from time to time. HOUSEWIVES, If you have any trouble getting your groceries Phone 587 or 245. V. Arnold, Owner Mer. Co-operative Delivery. rrcsbjterian Missionary Society. The Presbyterian Woman's Missionary Society will meet this week on Wednesday with Mrs. D. Melaven, It Is desired that a large number be present to hear the excellent program that has been prepared. NOTICES Lets get a pie. The C. E. Society of the Presbyterian church will give a pie social on Friday evening, Jan-nary 18, In the church parlors. Every one invited, both old and young, to get out and partake In the, old fashioned pie eating contests, etc. Ladies are requested to all bring a pie. . ATTENTION W. O. W. Regular meeting Wednesday evening, January 16. Installation of officers. Refreshments after the meeting. E. D. Yarrington, Clerk. Members of the women's commit tee of National Defense who have been looking after the registering at the Commercial Club rooms the past week have found the work very in teresting and have been "deeply in Ftructive in some of the phase? pre tented. First and all the time ha? been the deep note of patriotism that has been sounded by the women as they called to register. However per functory their answers to some ques tions might be the answer to the one referring to doing work should an emergencg arise left nothing uncer tain as to their position. One and all were ready to promise to do anything possible upon the occasion or an emergency. If the government should have need of them they were ready, There .is still much work to be done by the woman's committee and the secretary, Mrs. Levi McGee. has two able assistants, Mrs. J. M. Ma- thias and Miss Eva Stenger. The young ladies of the business college have also offered to do typewriting, of which there Is much to do.. Reg lstratlon in the county will now be taken up as fast as possible. Mrs J. B. Gossage is chairman of the pub licity committee and localities in the county will learn of the work very soon. - Miss Lillic Hart Showered fyy Friend ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA. There will be a Joint installation of officers held at K. of P. hall Wednesday evening, January 23. Announcement of the program will be given later. Annie E. Lott, Recorder. ' No Doubt About It. If you feel the least doubtful about the good qualities of Chmberlaln's Cough Remedy, ask anyone who hat used it. J. N. Perkins who used to , be in the drug business at Law ton, Okla., says of It, "It is a pleasure for a druggist to handle goods that continually give satisfaction. That proves conclusively that the preparation is meritorious. I hold in especial favor Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It always proves satisfactory to the pur-fihaser." For sale everywhere. At the home of Miss Lillie Hart last evening occurred a very pleasant social function that was largely attended by the friends of the young lady. It was a miscellaneous shower in which her friends old and young, married and single, delighted to have a part. They met at the Powers home across the street and walked over as a surprise, and they certain- y did surprise her though not her mother, iMrs. John Hart, that lady being in the secret with Mrs. J. F. O'Rourke, who had whispered to her that there would be something doing about eight o'clock. Miss Hart was placed in the center of the room and required to undo the many pack ages containing beautiful gifts cal culated to adorn her new home and aid her In doing her kitchen and din- ng room work after the important event had taken place. Light refreshments of sandwiches, cake and coffee were served, the young ladles waiting upon the com pany being Misses Helen Brickley, Clara Nelson, Pearl Barker, Eliza beth Wilson, Marguerite Burney and May Hart. OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Six counties of Kansas have wo men .county clerks. Detroit evening schools have ar ranged special courses to train women for governmental positions. Half a million quarts of fruits and vegetables were canned by ight thousand Kansas girls the past sum mer and fall. Mme. Menocal, wife of the presi dent of Cuba, has been instrumental in raising million dollars for the Cu ban Red Cross of which she is the head. ! Mlsa Margaret Bate has resigned : her position as a school teacher in i Yonkers, N. Y., leaving behind her a ! record of having taught in one school house flfty-two years. The best bread ever at Lynch's Grocery store. Clothes made to order. the Tailor, Main St. Finke. TeVor Ids Best; THE BEST IN THE WORLD Is a claim we are not afraid to make for our Ice cream. Its distinctive flavor, its velvety smoothness, Its absolute parity, pat it In a class by itself at the Tery top. . We would like you to try this cream. Then you'll know there can be "a best of all cream" and oars is It Ncrth Star Crccry POLICE and FIRE 46 IT9 era ca. J e DR. J. M. WALSH Specialist EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT First NaUoaal Baak flolldlsg Rapid City, S. D. Thanking you for past patronage and hoping for a continuance of same, we wish you a Prosperous and Happy New Year. AL EMERICK Electrical Contractor 614 St. Joe St. A Message tot Every Little Girl Who Received a Doll for Christmas and to every Girl Who Likes to Dress Her Own Dolls: Through the kindness of the Mc- rections how to make the dress Call Pattern Company we want and materials required, and is to give each of you a genuine " sure to please your dolly. Come McCall pattern made just the into our store as soon as possible same as mother uses. They and get your patterns. You will come in two styles with full di- surely be pleased. , A Message to Pattern Users In stocking McCall's patterns we feel that we are supplying a long felt want. There are no better patterns made than McCall's. The ideas are new; the , styles they express are Absolutely unique in design and express Mail Orders Promptly Filled a charm of their own. We want you who know them to cintinue using them; we want you who are not familiar with them to give them a fair trial you will not be disappointed. Thank you. RAPID CITY South Dakota Dream) and Theatre Three Shows Daily 2:30, 7:15 and 9:00 p. m. TWO BIG SPECIALS TODAY J7 Mutual y iSProgramjy Margarita . 1 FISCHER ' The charming star of screen comedy-drama in the first of a new series of pictures "Miss Jackie of the Army" Built on an unusual romance, laid at an American army post in time of war. Replete with thrills and fun. A Patriotic Five-Itcd Photoflrama. Also an Ince Production WM. S. HART In "A Square "Deal" '' ait Statement of Condition FIRST NATIONAL BANK RAPID CITY, S. D. at close of business December 81, 1917 RESOURCES ' Loans and Discounts....! 888,829.68 U. S. Bonds 115,000.00 U. S. Liberty Bonds Warrants and Bonds..,. Stock in Federal Reserve Bank Banking House Cash and Exchange,..;, I I f Deposits tkflk 80,338.00 171,732.31 4,600.00 40,000.00 818,874.89 $1,619,274.78 LIABILITIES Capital .............. 100,000.00 Surplus .... Undivided Profits Reserved for Taxes Circulation 60,000.00 12,606.67 4,000.00 78,400.00 1.374,269.21 11,619,274.78 f y I ! mi V ' 'y ZiiEiB HISS' THEATEffi Admission, 10 and 80c Including War Tax First Show, 7:80 p. m. Last Show, 0:00 p. ra. ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENTS WM. S. HART In a New Story "The Narrow Trail" We Guarantee it to be a Real Photoplay Mack Sennett Comedy "AN INTERNATIONAL SNEAK" Sec These Comedies and Forget There is War Some Show Tonight! THEATRE One Nijjht, January 1 7th Don't Take your Wife! She'll rear your head off! The New Lauh Bomb BUD FISHER'S Gayest, Gladdest, Greatest! The same Immortal Two in the Famous Cartooninst's Happiest Hit 1 J1VIL DIVORCED'" Three Acts of Hurrah and Hilarity Bulging With ' Girls, Glitter and Gumption Beats On Bale At Phillips A Knox Drag Store Tuesday Prices: 55c, 85c, $ 1.10 Including the War Tax

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