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Is «, *?. Os 4 pA I 7* VOLUME XXXII i§®! 5r if". v.- 'IpSfP V'" To whom it may concern: Miss Jovce Dilts graduated from from our conservatery in 1908. Besides being a mast capable pianist she has a most pleasing soprano voice which she uses with much intelli gence. I consider her a very attractive musician. To whom it may concern: Miss Joyce Dilts finished the prescribed course in Drake Un iversity under my instruction in 1908 Since then she has taken po?t work and been a teacher in the conservatory. I consider her among the most talented pupils we have ever had and cannot prrise her work too highly. She plays with fire arid brilliancy, has a splendid repertoire and is absolutely de pendable in public work. I have never known her to make any HIGH SCHOOL NOTES it By Harold Watson School re-opened Monday after a two week's vacation, which seemed like,—well, riot quite that long, but so long as we have just so much time to put in anyway we may as well serve first as last with the hope of getting out soonej on good be v» if] avior. .. •, Donald Webster alias "Mike," Joe Middleswirth and McKinley Mc Carty entered the eighth grade Monday. Beatrice Pingrey is absent from the Senior class this week. Coach Billings is arranging for more Boys' Basket Ball Games, the first of which will probably be play ed about Jan. 15. Mr. Stoddard gave the H. S. an interesting talk Monday morning Soon we wilt have to' part with Rebekah Entertainment Benefit of the I. O O. F. Orphan's Home at Dell Rapids G/FEAT sr MISS JOYCE DILTS Miss Mae Gilbert, Accompanist I. O. O. Hall, Friday, Jan. 11 8:15 O'clock, P. M. O A Allamande-Gavotte-Musette..... Eugin D'Albert (from the Suite Op. I. Voice If You Have a Sweetheart .-. C. B. Hawley Fear and Smiles Protheroe Mother O' Mine....... Claasen Reading The Bride's First Visit to the Meat Market Whistling II Bacio ..... L. Arditi Piano Piano 1 Elfentanz ..... Mac Dowell Marzwind Mac Dowell Ungarish Mac Dowell 4 FARCE-ADORABLE ELIZABETH Cast' Ralph Coleman, a young lawyer ..-v. ......Paul Dilts Elizabeth, his wife.... ..................Mrs. E. V. Christensen Dr. Clark Dan Buker Lizzie, a servant..... ,J Emma Carr A Messenger ..i. Voice A Spring Morning Dichmont When the Soft Wind Blew .....Guedy Why....... .John Barns Wells Where My Caravan Has Rested Lohr Piano Polonalsfe in E Liszt Admission: Children, 25c Adults, 35c. Reserved seats on sale Friday and Saturday, Jan. 8 and 9, at Pioneer Drug Store S «£. Dean Holmes Cowper, "Drake University I consider Miss Dilts the fin est pianist on the Lyceum plat form. Oscelo Pooler, Century Lyceum Bureau but the most successful, plat form'appearance. I am glad to recommend her and am sure that she will satisfy in every every way. .««• Gertrude Hunton Nourse Professor of Painoforte Drake University Miss Dilts is considered the best pianist of all three years of the Chautauqua at Tingley. Her playing was little short of marvplous especially the selec tion given for the left hand alone. 'J'/'.' Tingley Vindicator Tingley, Iowa Miss Dilts is a pianist of merit* was the best pianist who has ever ap peared in this city—could also whistle beautifull v. Earlville Phoenix Earlville,.lowa Miss Dilts simply captivated her audience. Sleepy Eye Herald Sleepy Eye, Minn. those fine old arguments which have been such good friends of ours. Watch for the Junior play. As there is no more sense left to make note of we'll just leave out the nonsense this week. Howard RuntleH, "13," visited at the H. S. Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Rundell is now attending the State College at Brookings, where he is taking a short course in agriculture. Mildred Thompson visited at the H. S. Tuesday afternoon. Latm and German are hard enough, but nearly any Senior will agree that English. IV is no "snap" either. •••.•? Swedish Emigrants. The total number of emigrants from the wholie of Sweden to, the United States was 12,688 in 1912 and 17,202 In 1913 from the three. Scandinavian countries, 31,601 in 1912 and 38,737 in 1913 and from Finland, 6,641 in 1913 •act 12,756 in 1913. HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, JANUARY MASQUE BALL The eighteenth annual masqued ball given by the Hurley Rebekah Lodge was put on last Thursday evening. This masque ball is considered the social event of the season in Hurley and all of them have beeu successes both socially and financially, thus reflecting much credit on the lodge and on the committees having them in charge. The one held last Thursday night was perhaps the most brilliantly successful of any event ever staged in Hurley. From 8 o'clock until 12 the floor was covered by a jolly crowd, in-the most fantastic garb imaginable courtiers danced with negresses, staid clerical looking gentlemen made ardent love to western girls and ballot dancers,and the devil walzed with the nun. The prizes were awarded to Laura Lak ings, impersonating a negress and Joe Coughlin the French chef. Following the unmasking, was supper superintended by Mrs. D. C. Ward, which is'a guarantee in itself that everything was satisfactory. The balance of the evening—or rather morning was spent in dancing andSraerry making. The music- furnished by the Buker Brothers and Miss Irene Graves was excellent and much appreciated. Everyone present enjoyed them selves to the limit and much credit is due*those in charge for the har monious success of the affair. Proposed New Game Law Article 2, Section 1—"Book agents may be shot between Octuber 1st. *arid Sep!ember 1st Spring poets from March 1st to June 1st Auto mobile speed demons from January ist. to Januarv 1st Road Hogs from April 15th to April 15th Amateur hunters .from September 1st to February 1st, War talkers—open season the year round: Any man who takes a paper for two years and then, when the bill,is presented says '.I never ordered it" may be killed on sights and shall be burited in quick-lime face dow.nw.ard so as tt destroy the germs and prevent in fection." We respectfully call attention of our legislators to the proposed bill and urge that they supDort it. MARRIED At Portage, Wis., December 31st, 1914, Agnes M. Baird of Portage, to Chester Wawen Chase of Parker. S. Dak. Miss Baird has been one of the successful teachers in the Parker schools for the last three years and "Warreij" Chase, who is associated with his father in the hardware business at Parker is one of the prominent young business men of our county. After a brief wedding trip to Chicago, and other business centers the young couple will return to Par ker where they will be "at home' to their numerous friends. The Herald joins in congratula tions and best wishes. Official Directory of Turner County, 1915-1917 County Commissioner 1st' District— FRED KRAUSE County Commissioner, 2nd District— p. A, JOHNSON County Commissi oner, 3rd District— ALBERT VOGEL County Commissioner, 4th District— LARS JORGENSON \T County Commissioner. 5th District— A. W. BACON County Treasurer-T^y^^T H. NEWBY County Auditor--, '"-vi. 0-. M. RASMUSSEN Register of Deeds-^ Sfe^J^^y ,C. E.'CLARK Clerk of Courts— JOHN C. GERING Statejs Attorne DAN E HANSOT"T "Sherriff— JOHN C. SHANKS Supt. of Schools— KEO KING Surveyor— O. M. ODLAND Coroner— DR. HI. E HOFER COUNTY HERALD 7, 1914 LEGISLATURE CONVENES Our state legislature organized last Monday. The house of repre sentatives chose C. A. Christopher Son of Minnehaha County for speak er and the senate elected Sen. Amsden president protem. The balance of this week will be needed for arrangements of com mittees, clerk appointments, etc,,— then the flood—its a mighty poor legislator that has not already drafted three or four bills for im mediate introduction. It is to be hoped that fewer and broader bills will be passed and that the last week rush can be done away with by hard work in the proceeding weeks of the session. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to our friends and neighbors and to 5he Hurley Odd Fellow Lodge for their help and sympathy, so freely extended us at the burial of our son and brother, David. We also wish to voice our ap preciation of the beautiful floral of ferings. May Heaven's richest blessings be given you. cLau'rentz Novstrup and family SCHOOL RE-OPENS School re-opened Monday morning with both students and teachers ready to carry the three remaining weeks of the semester thru to an effective cl ise. Mr. W. H. Stoddard, president of the school board, in behalf of that board, addressed the'assemblv. He congratulated the teachers and the pupjls upon their Co-operative work, and urged a continuation of the pro g: ess which the school has been mak ing since its establishment. The hearty applause of the as sembly signified the support of the t^'hers and students, and their in tention to help the school board and the patrons af the school to make the Hurlev schools the best of their size in the state. E. R. W. m. Special prices on: Overcoats Overshoes Sweaters Mittens 7 r: "S'l 1 VI, tsHST*FsfF^ *Se% '*t HKSOURCB8 Loans aim Discounts Overdrafts BHnJiiif house and furniture .. Stocks and bonds, wurrauts. Tax eertiflenteK Oth«T)reftl estute..,. .. Other property .. Expense .v licserve Dim from banks Checks & draft? for clearing CttBlionUand f'urrency 5,730 00 Total [BEAl.) To make room for spring goods'we must clear out pur stock of heavy Will, save you money on jaiiy of above articles 1' 'A The Hurley Clothing Store Our New Year Resolution "We will do all in our power, consistent with sound banking methods, to satisfy the demands of our pa trons. We will give all a square deal." If you are not a client of this bank, we solicit your patronage* Did you read the above on the January page of our 1915 "businesslike business" calendar? Before you tear off this page and take another step 'along with Old Father Time just impress this on your mind so that you wont forget it. Is,548 2,450 Gold, 1,690 00 Silver. Minor coin 88109 (lash Items Total cash Assets.... ..... mam $187,002 80 Oapltal stock paid In ..... 1.116 81 Surihi ...... •*. 4.404 23 Undivided profits none Bills payable /v none Notes re-discounted '•iit'jS' none Other ItabllitiuB... •ass.? Deposits •\P- 1 ?2470 74 Subject to check..,, ....43,152 40 24 300 7+ Rules tor Avoiding Indigestion. Chew your food, quit overeating,' quit washing the food into the stomach with liquids, quit eating the wrong combinations of food. Fermeiilatifcn ie not digestion, 'ferffient^tion caisses gas. Whenever you have gas you know that your digestion is apt good. —Dr. David H. Reeder, Chicago. tv fv" NO. tVV WE WISH YOU PROSPERITY r*:. »i0ptr BANK OF HURLEY 8TATKMKNT OF CONDITION OF Hanfc of AT CI.OSK OF BOattfKSB, DKO. 81,. 1914 Sivvings deposits...^. Dividends unpaid, !M Certified checks Otvriiicr's checks •... I)il« other banks .... Demund certKlcaf.es Time certificates.— '. 79,267 52 Total. #1(50 445 12 I, Peter Alien. Cashier of the aliove named Hanli, Ao Solemnly sweaT (hnt the above ma tQ mentis true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Peter Ailett, cashier Subscribed and sworn to before mo this otii day of Jan., 1915 K. O. Hinidell. Notary Public My commission expires v4 Mackmaws 29 MABILJl'IKB fc 23000 00 10.(XX) 00 70.:» 20 6,000 00 none none uoue noT0 none none none' none 122.409 na i'otal »lti9,t45l8 May.12, 19X7 Correct, Attest: ,T. O. Gilbert, C. Alien, directors Rich French Possession. •'.« French Guinea is regarded h* AS one of the richest of the French West African colonies Konakry, the capi tal, i8 the port through which almoBt lbs hoJ^, of .the export,. a»d, import trade passed, and improvements ara being made to facilitate the cor Increasing trade. tlie me 1 •Hh 'i-v-'