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LURTlS
WOODWORK
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We S»iw thm "Hon»J0l«sk»M c»mA$ninc pitctttrt* rf idasl b«Hm«ii
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tb««« Ire* lor rt» MOcing. "Umtx Boitt Momc»u for Ikhmhm ro-m
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J. A. SHAEFFER
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ADULTS $1.00
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LOOK!
The Hurley Chautauqua
6 PAYS =JULY 3: 8th 12 BIG PROGRAMS
Hurley Bids You Welcome
To its third annual Chautauqua. "It's you and me and all of us. Just we—
the people—our town—our country—US," at twelve of the biggest and best
programs ever given under the shelter of a tent
WATCH FOR IT
Set your clock up an hour and spend the time listening to the
The Doughty Orchestra Osceola Pooler
Prof. Price Rev. Palmer
Mrs. Myrtella Ronayne Lillian Roscland
"Canute Bade The Tide to Cease." But it didn't. Neither can anybody stem
the great tide of people who are planning to hear
Dr. Charles F. Sheldon
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at«l pwtuv romH*r i» hi* store
Thursday of last week. It's ft
i*tml,y tittle miit'hln^j electHcally
ojeraied and »ti torn atia ally
feeds, »alt« and butter the corn.
Th» city board of wiUidlltHition
met last Monday night to lc»ok
over the assessor's list*. Tht»
values on a f«w re«l«3^»m prop
erties and business places were
raised a, trifle, but otherwise the
assessor's figurea were not
charmed nioch.
Walt Benson baaat laatglveti
up the strugule against the auto
microbe and purchased a ii n«
new Dodge touring car oi F. M.
Watson. Prank say« he has
sold several more in this terri
tory but owing to the shortage
of cars has been unable to make
immediate delivery.
Eegardieiet of the warm weath
er and rumors of war the stork
has keep busy and reports births
as follows: Saturday, June 24th,
to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brue, a'son
Sunday, June 25-th, to\ Mr. a.id
Mrs. Pete Hanson, a son Mon
day June 26thj to Mr. and Mrs.
Art Nelson, a daughter.
Miss Kate Dwyer has given
such splendid satisfaction at the
school which she taught last
term that the board has engag
ed her again for the ensuing
year at an advance of $15 per
month over the previous salary.
Miss Dwyer is a former student
of the Hurley schools and we
are certainly pleased to hear of
her success as a ^eacher.
Mr. and Mrs, Thos. Espie of
Sioux Falls are in Hurley this
week, being called here by the
serious illness of Henry Ander
son. Mrs. Espie is a sister of
Mrs, Anderson, Mr. Anderson
has been in delicate health for
several years past ana has suf
fered a good deal from a compli
cation of diseases. During the
last few days be has been in, a
very critical condition and little
hope is entertained of bis rscov-
LATER: Mr. Anderson died
s.t 1:30 this afternoon.
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imd let us explMn the Chimney new
feature on »n! staves. This prevents th«? oil set?p*
ing up on the chimney and avoids alt poftsibiliiy of
stove sm* king whm imt lighted.
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Sickness is bad to lose your job
is worse but poverty is the
worst calamity ?f all.
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The Man with Money
has his
moiv^y
prepared jor itir
"It never rains but it pours." It seems thate every
fhing happens to a man when he is "broke." Troubles
-1 never como singly
Guard against poverty by putlng some af your spare
money in the bank. Of all the worries and care the
worst Is poverty and debt. You can prevent them by
*, the money you can well afford to put into the bank
now.
We pay 5 percent interest#!?
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Put YOUR money in OUR Waftl
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Your DEPOSITS are GUARANTEED by the
GUARANTY FUND OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA
"Bank With Us and You Can Bank On
F. E. Jackson, Pres.
afe
the Bank,5o when
adversity corner he
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Ii. O. Rundell, Gm|
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