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Turner County herald. (Hurley, Dakota [S.D.]) 1883-19??, January 14, 1915, Image 8

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Extras! Extras!
During our sale we will give you some ex
tra values around the store whereby you save
big money. ..
100 lbs. Granulated Sugar, sale price.... ....$5.59
30c Tarona or Sahib brand coffee, sale price..22c
.3 Star Corn Flakes, 4 packages 24c
$1.50 Leather Mittens* sale price $1.19
1.00 iw" .........79c
75c m" '$$$' 57c
50c ,39c
25c Wool Hose, sale priced....... 19c
$1.00 Winter Gaps, sale price............. 57c
50c I' JJg ,...p39c
$5.00 Ladies' Sweated, sale price. ..$3.49
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Sale Starts
January 11, 1915
TOWNSHIP NE^WS
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Oar OorretpondenU,
•m SPRING VALLEY
Itatie Myers, of Viborg,
tew davs of l%at ypeek at the. Henry
visited a
Betisoa home. ,v
Lakin^s Bros, and Tosten William^
son filled their ice-houses jwith Ice
from Wolf Lake last
Mrs. Reeder and son, Bert, re*
turned to their home Saturday afte^
week's visit with friends and
Mr*, fi. Hansen and children
Vt8ftedii ,1the Christopherson home
i^vBrday night a^d Sunday.
0nmk:Bsoth«t%
shelled corn
ens Je&seo Friday of iast week'.
for
Mrs. Sitaeum and Mr.
and Mrs E ,E. Berry called at, the
Georte Bpejc home Saturday.-
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^,Afr.,and tffs. prank Shinkle^ji- jpleasantly entertained at' the home
*v' Mrs. Shinlrle's^ mother, .Mrs*[of Mm' Ed Warsinei^ednesday
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and Men's Sweaters............
$2.49
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$1.00 and 75c Sweaters, sale price" ............ 49c
l-r$30.00 Fur Coat, sale price ........ ..$21.49
1-—$25.00- .$17.89
Red, greys, blue, black and light colors calico
^during this sale, price-.
v^.........,...,5c
lQc and 12c Percales, srle price..... 8c yd.
10c and 12c Outing Flannels, sale price 8c yd.
8c Outing Flannels, sale price ,. ...„.6c yd.
6c .41-2c yd.
Children's Red Hose, 25c value... ...9c pr.
Hair Pins, special price ..
1 per pkg.
10c package assorted size needles, sale price.. .2c
,6c B^ck and White Hooks and Eyes.. ...2c Cord
15c Cotton Heavy Rockford Hose, sale price.. .9c
"Common pins, 5c values, sale price.
$35,000.00
tock Put On The
Market
Cash %elief Sale
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......$2.02
yd.
S........ 2c
HURLEY
Margaret Woodward visited her
brother, Rufb and family, the first
of the week.
A January thaw, Seems good
after so many cold days.
M. J. Bloprti shelled about five
thousand bushels of corn the last of
the week.
Miss Pouna Wilcox is visiting
with her sisteri Mrs: Thomas Richie.,
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Mr. fusd Will Andrew, who
was called WWei^iington by the ser
ious illness, of M,r^ Andrew's sister
returned home Saturday, His sister
still very ill in a bpspital at Wes
sington.
bome at Larrabee, la., last week.
acSbmpanied
him home for a short visit.
Norway Ladies Aid was
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Don't forget the date of Charles
Sriyder's sale .Tan.
Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Walter Wim
mer entertained several: of!.their
friends Friday evening. All present
report a fine time.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Howdle and
son, Charles, visited at the Will An
drew home Sunday.
Jesse Lease finished shelling corn
Thursday.
NORTH TURNER
Harm Reiman has purchased
fine colt from Abe Prosseiip*
Mrs. J. F. Samelson visited
Sioux Falls last week.:
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$35,000.00 Stock of Goods Put On The Market
And must be turned into Ready Cash, Finding ourselves overstocked and a great
stringency in money matters, we have decided to make a supreme effort to reduce our
stock at least $20,000.00 and to attain good results we are slashing and cutting our
Prices almost in two. Remember these reduced prices are for cash or produce only.'
lAHtliat are owing us on book accounts will please call and settle.
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SALE STARTS JAN. 11 AND LASTS 12 DAYS
You Can Save
One-half to three-fourths on this sale. We
must clear out the entire lines of Clothing as we do1
not expect to handle them any more.. These are not
unsellable goods because these goods were bought
and stocked in the fall and now we must turn them
quickly into ready cash money.
•Flannel Shirts
Our entire line' of Flannel Shirts will. be
sold at astonishingly low prices.
..$1.89
..$1.39
...$1.19
79c
Men's work shirts consisting of blue's, grey's,
{& block, etc.,..sale,price,. ,35c
$2.25 Values, sale price
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With the worst demoralized condition we have
ever known, this is the situation right now. The
peculiar trade conditions this winter caused by the
backward season and money conditions has left us
tremendously overstocked. We simply must turn
•$iis idle stock into ready money to meet our obliga
tions now due. Cash relief must be had at once.
We offer exceptional values during this large sale.
^GREATEST VALUES OFFERED
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Mrs. Abe Prosser visited in KHur
ley last week. Her sister, Mrs. Ray
Hannum, accompanied hpx ^ome for
a short visit.
b- Gfo. Sanborn marketed hogs-and
cattle in Hurley last week.
Jens Christensen and Jurgen and
Harm Rieman commenced Monday morning.
inoming. jfill,! ,t Little Margaret Sanborn-^was sud-
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Johnson Bros. have,,, purchased a
new corn sheller. §§f|
Harm Rieman called at the C. E.
Sanborn home Friday evening.
Geo. Sanborn and family were en
tertained at the how6 of Fred Aslin.
Sunday afternoon ana evening.
Herman Wier had the misfortune
to lose one of his best horses Satur
day Vty t&f
Toin Murph^ Was in North Turner
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shell abput five thousand bushels.
Samelson Bros, are doing the
Work.
Herman Wier and A1 Wieringa are
shelling corn this week.
C. E. Sanborn reports something
doing all the time.
Hemrv Johnson is putting up a
firr2 new corn crib on his farm "in
Turner.
Hugh Hershey was in North Tur
ner Monday looking for horses to
send to Europe.
Men's and Boys' Overcoats
New up-to-date line of Overcoats. We are
cutting the price deep so you can afford a good
coat.
$20.00 Coats, price cut for this sale ....$12.88
15.00
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12.00 ....$8.45
10.00 $5.48
8.00 'V
6.00 ". $3.27
Men's Trousers
Extra large assortment of Trousers
values ever offered and good patterns.
$1.00 Pants, sale price
2.00
3.00 .:
4.00
5.00
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6.00
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Men's Clothing
Our tremendous stock of Men's Clothing.
Prices not considered in this sale..
$24.00 Suits, price cut for this sale ...... .$13.48
20.00 $10.98
16.00 $8.98
14.00 $7.98
10.00 ...$5,78
8.00
it it
denly taken very ill Sunday evening
but is much improved at this
writing.
Tuesday the 12th ttiarks the 'an
niversary of the blizzard of 88. The
old settlers claim that the weather
compares very well with that of
1888.
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MUD LAKE
Ice hauling is the order of the day
in Mud Lake. From early morning
until late at night you can hear
those wagons rattle. Best wishes to
the ioef man.
Mr. Jensen and son, Nick, called
at Kritzmier's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Verley depart
ed for their home at Brijce, ,S.. D.,
Monday morning.
Nels and Adolnh Nelson spent
Tuesday evening of last week at
John Pelmulder's.
The following have been on the
sick list the last week—Isabel Pel
mulder.^mily and Ethel Verley and
$10.48
.$4.48
Best
..79c
$1.29
$2.19
$2.79
$3.19
$4.48
$4.48
The Most
Sensational Sacrifice
Sale liurley
Has Ever Known
Sale Starts
January 11th, 1915
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Mr. Mclnnis.
The J. R. Friman family visited at
the Willis Pedigo home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Verley spent
Sunday at George Muilenburg's near .,n
Marion.':'
Those visiting at Pelmtlder's Sun^
day were Mr. and Mrs. Greenback,
Carl Watson, Fred Brill ,and Floyd
Friman- jg
Mrs. Stahl and Floyd and Irene
and Mrs. Cames spent a few days
the past week at Chris Nelson'#.
As a token of friendship this vid
nity wishes to extend their best.
wishes and heariest congratulations
to Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Stahl.
Edward Jreary returned from ."ik'
Iowa one day last week. £*«J
Dally Thought.
Every, volition and thought of man:
is inscribed on hie brain. Thus a man
writes his life in his physique, and
thus the angels discover his autobi
ography in his structure.—Emanuel
Svtdenborg.
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