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HIGH SCHOOL NOTES By Harold Watson Dpspite the rainy morning school jooened for registration Monday forenoon with a moderately large number of students present. More students will enroll in a week or two. Foot ball practice will start as soon as possible under the coaching of Prof. Billings. General Science, Advanced Civics, and Mechanical Drawing are some of the new subjects offered this year. The sewing room has been fitted up with sewing machines, which will be a great help to students taking that line of workv,^ The agricultural ^department has a new room in the south part of the basement. The manual training and sewing rooms have both been ceiled and electric lights have been installed. The first year German class is one of the largest this year. Whoever removed the east foot ball goal should return the sam^ at the earliest convenient date possi ble. TAX LEVIES Tha state tax levy is the same as lasfryear, 1 mill on the dollar and the valuation in this county is prac tically the samel The county levy is made in dollars and cents and the auditor figures the rate. The 1914 county levy is $63.4O0:.OO as against 60,000.00 for 1913. The Hurley school district levy is the same this year as it was last, $7,000.00.- The city levy for 1913 was $4,000 and for this year it is $4,550. The raise was necessitated by a deficency in the sinking fund. With a slight inr crease in our valuation, taxes wili be about the same this yearras tjiey were last,. NOTICE 1 •••?." "My denfaV office will be closed for two weeks commencing Monday, September 14th, 1914. Dr. W. P, Burroughs NORWAY CHURCH MUSICAL 4a Last Sunday evening the different &ehoirs of the Mt. Vernon circuit gave a concert at the Norwegian Lutheran church in Norway. The concert throughout was ex cellent and the large audience pre sent pronounced it the best musical s?event occuring in this vicinity. The local choir, under the leadership of Miss Ella Odland did exceptionally well, in fact the audience declared the numbers rendered by this choir the beat on the program. PIANO RECITAL Miss Winter's pupils gave a. pri vate piano recital at Mrs. C, Parr peon's residence last Friday after noon. About thirty were present and the recital given by the young people of Miss Winter's class was enjoyed by all. Miss Winter's is doing excellent work and we are all waiting for her to have her give a public entertainment. New Shoe Stock i. tf. IIAI.I.ABAY, SECY OP SOUTH DAKOTA PRESS ASSOCIATION "Meet me again at .the State Fair," •ays Secretary J. F. Halladay, to fel low members of ihe press fraternitv. "Dick" will be on hand at the Press Building to welcome all newspaper men and extend them the courtesies of the Fair. The newspaper -men deserve every courtesy possible, for by their consistent boosting: they have put the South Dakota State Fair to'the too of the list of progressive expositions. EDDIE HE Alt TV ENTERS STATE PAIR BACKS. Eddie Huavue, former champion speedway, driver .of the world, has-en tered the auto race meet to bt hold on Monday, September 14th, the opening day of the State Fair, at Huron South Dakota. Hearne was winner of the Fox River Trophy at Elgin, winner of the, Indianapolis speedway, and run ner-up in .the Am.eriean Grand Prize in 1911. He is generally known as a member of the givoup of millionaire dm-ers, aad the fastest track ihan Chicago. His records of' 16 and miles on the rnrlMananol's -speedway still stand )as world's highest. PARKER PLAYS RETURN GAME Last Thursday the married men of Parker came down to Hurley to defeat, if possible, the home "bene dicts' at the national game—base ball. The teams lined up as follows: HURLMY J. W. Parsons lb Fred Stout ss Ben Jenson 3b S. Welch If I C. Alien cf yerne Conklin C. F. Cor kill rf Allen Parsons 2b Walter Hummel gkM' An assortment of Men's, Women's, Boys' and Girls' Shoes in the latest ^styles, showing exceptional wearing 'qualities.\- Repairing done 5. Wedding Stationery, Calling Cards etc. at Herald Office. A. A. Harris Earl Ervin R. E. hours if- TURNER COl JNTY in' 20 iy PARKER Gus Ml vers N. Redfield Kirkendall Matt Evens Prof. Bussey Fred Dobson Jim Clikeman Umpires, Ray Elliott, and R. E. was characterized by all the cqm Roantree time of game, two hours plexities which usually accompany attendance, 450. the opening of any school. The Hurley pitcher. Walter Hum-1 meJ, had the Parker boys guossin/ ,man^ F. SARGENT Fin* Door Cast of Mmtinoa'a HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSllAY, SEPTEMBER stood—Hurley 11, Parker 4 Peace and harmony prevailed and it is hoped that the spirit of good ..will existing between the two towns was strengthened bv the mingling of their people. CITY SCHOOLS OPEN The Hurley High School opening which occurfni on Monday morning 0n from the start and easily outpitched *he countrv did not appear. How his opponent, securing sixteen strike,ever- THE WORI.D AT HOME. The illustration but falntlyconv«ys ttte magnitude of "The World At Home"* which wiil bo the special Midway attraction- of the South Dakota State Fair, September1].4th to 18th. Taking1 the place 6f tfye old-time carnival, It is grander, costlier, and more spectacular in every respect. The entire globe has been combed for special attractions including' the fascinating "Garden of Allah," vwil lard's Temple of Music/' "Anglo-American 'Wlltl Beasta Exhibition." "Omar Sami and the Butterfly," ''Marvels of the Universe,'' and others. The great EI1-1914 Iferris Wheel, Autodrome, and .Carry^ua-all, Will be some of th« riding devices on this remarkable Plaza of Pleasure. yl'-FAltl^B.pYS AT ST*.TE **& CAS1F, Of course we were willing to win, but no bad feeling would have been engendered if our neighbors from the north»had walked off with the long*end of the score. What's next? account of the drizzling rain who would on outs and issuing two passes. Ervin ^er enroled above the sixth gtade struck out seven of the Hurley slug- numbered seventy somewhat of an increase in attendance at the same gets and did not give a pass. side the box work, the teams were class evenly matched and the game was a good one to watch. 'The final score bavo been in from Tuesday morning the turn time a year ago. Sidce the last year- a number of improvements in the jildirig have been installed :and the equipment for the industrial work has been made more complete. The manual training and sewing room has been ceiled and a complete equipment in electric light has been placed in in the basement. A new agricul culture room has been built into the' basement,*thus adding greatly to the efficiency of the class system, since it allows another room for every period of the day. Three splendid sewing machines makg it possible for the children to ofitain advanced work in its domestic arts course. The teachers are fitting into their role in wonderfully sh^rt order and the work of the school h$s already been reduced to the system neces sary for best success, -The people of Hurley should con gratulate themselves, that the peo ple, as a community, take such ^en interest in the work of the school as is manifest, and too because of, the school board, the members of whicii are making possible the rapid growth of the school, thru their^ uniting ef efforts to bring the school to its place as a leader by the adoption 6$ the vcfcational system of education 10, 1914 —I hoto by Courtesy New Tprk State Fair. About 100 lively South Dakota boS( WU1, be prlvllfeged. to enjoy the first annual camp on the State Fair grounds'at Hnron during1 wevWeek September I 14 th to 18th. They will be guests of tho State Fair and wijl enjoy all Its attrac. tions free of charge. The Illustration shQtva: them eating in a military mess tent in the camp. The boys" will sleep in tents, and be under military discipline. In additt&n to the state.militia, .the b?ys will be under the charge competent .. instructor# give them much'dwriQUltural ffrtlnltigs wtth-tfafe efciiVbfts for practical, demonstration. It is eafpttrted that Governor Byrne will talk to then. at some special tlmei The boys w4'i also see the great auto race meet on Nton day, September. 14th, the operiirng day of tne fair, and the pyrotechnic displays \of'the Paine Company every night. combined with the theoretical. The childeen are taking to their work'with a vim and there is every reason to feel that this year will be the banner year in the history of the work of the public schools of Hurley. CITIZEN'S MEETING A general meeting of ail citizens of Hurlev and vicinitv will be held at the Athletic Hall next Tuesday evening (Sept. I5J at 8:15, Let evervone make it a point to be pre sent. RECEPTION FOR TEACHERS Last Tuesday evening the young people of the Methodist church ten dered the teachers of our public schools a reception in the church parlors. The room decorated. A short program was given and light refreshments served. The affair was strictly informal and a very enjovable evetiing was spent by 911 present^ FOOD GRAFTERS BARRED. Interstate Fair Managers Fix Price Schedute for Meals and Orlnk® on Grounds. Because the Interstate Livestock Fair, which will be held at Sioux City September 21 to 26, inclusive, is an annual exposition, .drawing a regular' patronage from the trade territory, ef fort of the concession holders to bring about an Incrase in food price sched' uleB vi'as blocked by the directors this year. Concessioners, following a'meeting of the directors, were assured that no restaurant will be allowed to charge more than thlrty-flve cents for meals sold on the -grounds, and in the con tracts that were- submitted, this stipu lation, waa made emphatic. Despite continue^ demands or the concession seekers the board stood by its ruling, and tnade known that inspectors would be abroad at the fair grounds 1 WHS- tastefully to see that this clause was lived up to. keep off drafts. Plain sandwiches will cost five cents and a similar price will be charged for the ""soft drinka -sold-. To further protect patrons the asso ciation has deemed It good policy to have food. Inspectors Investigate the charapter of menus and the sort of food sold." In this work state in spectors have promised their aid. .t,| RiOh Frer^-h Possess!odr* French Guinea ts regarded as one of the richest of the French West African colonies. Konakry, the capi tal, te"*the fcort through which- almost the whale of the export and import trader passes and improvemsata are bei^tuade to iaqUitate the constantly increasing traders' .We Want Your Business Cottitracta for display space to boust this big machinery show have been signed. Besides the big machine or ganissations, scores of independenl [companies, with newly patented de 'vices, will occupy space on machinery Irow, or out in the grassy arena at [Woodland. The space on the machin ery row proper was all contracted foi 'at an' early date and an Overflow ,dis 'play will have to be cared for by the managers. Farmers have found the implement show of interest in former -years, becaxise by cioae comparisons they have been able to save hundreds of dollars in purchases. The growing--attendanee at. the fair haB caused decision on the part of scores of automobile companies to participate In the special automobile show to be held on the fair grounds! Novel displays, showing climbing pow er of machines, ha\e been arranjfed A. large part of the motor show wilj in motion throughout the week, as be the case on machinery row. Our patrons enjoy the fullest ad vantage consistent with liberal and conservative management.of a strong bank. We pay 5'p^ Centtm~time deposits* HINTS FOR CARE OF BABIES BANK OF HURLEY, Hurley, S. D. WORKING CAPITAL $37,500 Shoe Announcement TO E*HUSJT I ELEMENTS.- Big Machinery and Motor Show te Be Part of Interstate Falr'» An nual Exposition. Manufacturers of farm implements •will display $1,000,000 worth of farm machinery at the Interstate Live Stocl' Fair in Sioux City, September 21 tc •ISfiptember 26. Head of Washington Hospital Issues Hot-Weather Soggestlons for Care of Children. Dr. E. lu Morgan of the^ Children's hospital has: issued the following ho^ weather hints for the care of babied: Diet is the most Important. Babies can be underfed as well as overfed In hot weather. Put enough clothing on babies to Bottle babies should be teurized milk milk and water and malt sugar. Screen the babies from mosquitoes at all times. Prickly heat can be avoided by fre quent bathing find the, uae at a good powder. Keep the baby In the oj »a jas much' as posoibi^. Made It Out a Big Vob/7^ Jude Johnson repaired a broken «3ow pane In bis house today and then came downtown and told the reported he had remodeled his house.—Atebiv son Globed® |j|ii NO. r*J*** Our Fall stock of Shoes are:iftow Ift If you want a Shoe for wear and snappy appearance, we have Jhem. White House Shoes for Ladiebf Bus ter Brown Shoes for Children, Come and look them over. H. Martinson & Son 10,000 $1.0(f 12 a if: 'SS§_ I* CORN 'jSf rBus Commencing September 21,1914, and continuing until October 1, 1914, we will exchange, whiie they lat, $10,C00 worth of oevy ahd used pianos find player ^iaaos of such famous makes as Chfcfcerfng, Stein way. Knabe, Vose, Fischer, Everett, Schoningelr. Schiller" Price & Teeple and many other makpp, includingxmt entire stock. We will'sell \ou new and used pianos in exchange for corn lower than any other piano." house' in the Northwest will for bash. We have confidence in corn going to $1.50 during 1915-r-so here's vour chance, READ OUR PRICES ON NEW PIANOS— Chickering (fine tone).,$ 60.00 Buttell 79.00 Irving... .' 93.00 Kimball 98,00 Smith & JtJarnes:........... 125.00 Schuiz 135.00 Bradford 145.00 Bachman i.... 155.00 .Everett „^|^|lM .mi00V Fischer.. 185.00 Price & Teepje 4....... 190.00 Everton 195.00 Kimball 195.00 S 8 1 5 0 0 Doll & 265.00 Chickering,,,\t.295.00 Steinway 395.00, N'e# with 25 rolls n^*.%2S.00 Don't fail to us during the Great Inter-SfcatfeFair, $ppt. 21-26 Writt at on^ foriBllfAkticalWti h*: THE |*IANO 'MAM Read th^ ^dvertisements.