H.H. Schmunk of the Wayside Bakery has just completed the construction of eight 10X12 cabins on the vacant lots southwest of the bakery as a step toward the starting of a pay tourist camp, which will probably be known as the Riverside tourist park. The cabins are furnished with stove, bed, table and chairs. A shower bath is being put in and a rest room will be erected as rapidly as work can be pushed. There will also be a camp store, M.S. Robinson will have charge of the management of the park and the store. The rates will be on par with other modern tourist parks. A building 4X12 feet with a pergola porch will be erected, which will be used as a kitchenette in connection with the cabins. It will be moderately equipped. Schmunk is also expanding the width of the bakery by 12 feet. The original size was 20X44 feet. The new will be 32X44 feet. He is also adding a new oven, which will give capacity for two thousand loaves of bread per day. He is adding a second delivery truck to carry his bakery goods. The new truck will go as far south as White Clay, Neb. The other truck will follow the same route as last year when it went as far north as Keystone, So. Dak.
The final game in the Black Hills Chess tournament was played Friday at Rapid City between the northern and southern hills teams, which was won by the southern hills teams with a score of 17 ½ to 16 ½ . The total score for the entire tournament for the southern hills team was 35 and 27 for the northern hills. The southern hills team was awarded a beautiful trophy cup. Members of the local entering the tournament were R.A. Joyce, H.L. Braun, and A. Rokita of Hot Springs; Glenn Weldon and O.R. Matthews, Ardmore and Floyd Weldon and Perry Crom of Oral.