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iu ?^%s §5#W WMR SCHOOL wmm nemc awttMtfe lH iMHPp 'PH. 3* EIHnii futmrnm «mi« ttwf.Cim _. 1 fair, a ptsaMSSfct (VMS €li^Saofe®e 'Wf*- %mnm* w&0&t& ttiiw ^HKm^ 1 gt&ftsreod a&NNB& ft, ».- MMt That fci'W M* iB. ywaa* «4 «M. fe^»««*ttih3th «w tJRwM&ml te aft fee* «r***s oaa*. j«£ A* •#&*} tm* iMkim had *mm enw*« i*rM**t. Ym ed wttfe THe bojrt foot laee vi^toa by L» tw Jong«w*rd. In the glrli foot rae* Lncila Stoddard eriaaai'd Uwe I lae of the other*.. In the Ice Rupdeti, wherein the Pickerel Nine went ao agaitwt the Tail Twinter*, waa aome game, l^ong distance bat ting, spectacular home runs, some narrow elide-ins, and miraculous put-outs, with side splitting stunts every now and then. The Tail Twisters won by a safe margin. The W#$«ll ..f Everything you need in the Drug Store Line from and trvK «a4 wtiseaJlH* crowd h*d luitoy inffr finished their aooa 4ser snan»} 4 tmrr pwttf awlaiag: owamr disfee* w*er« «i» untouched €e«a*!*rae soiwnalaod «g llM fMwt 8 ttoenilyth* l«Kl thin** kejtt. H#r*h*T Hnaw*-«« Hort** Friday, fro tap ail afternoon aod all were j^ 3^. at aoee. wh«* Mi* K* free to help themselves. Owing I Hardhey. of &m «§tv, and Mr, itefe the .n*ea hoar free taraaaad* ««c|«rl Krager, of Verier. ww*« |«p» •»r*f4. naoaead man aad A Awrt. apiHtni iMravram «wc |p, Sooum. Orfy imtar^Uti eiwm. p*rtkt)»at«l ia ^indpaty' by tlv«a witmm*4 the oprwrnoar iha chiWr«» and irr«KteMtlM«a. Th« batm «*a« TlicaeaiMtht gamoi aad eaancataj wl for Uw occasion a»i a tomptomm in which a roodly nomber aatred. weddinn dHaoer wu cream eating coot**t. wb^re two Do their arrival hom« that mmsiag boys were obliged to run their noaes they were honored by a reception at Into a minature pig trough and lap! the Krager hoi«e northeaMtt of Par* the toe cream out with their tongue*, leer, where nearly two hundred Edgar RundeJ] and Stanley JN0«e-! friend* gathered to greet them.. R# waard were deciwed winner*. But, freahtnenls were »erv.-d at 10 o'clock Oh! the bail game, umpired by E. C. and an hour later marked the cioae Hair Tonic to Bunion Plaster. Bf4* •*4 imktk lik' VJ1- And we sell you medicines, drug store things at a REASONABLE PRICE. You can also depend upon the high quality of any. thing you buy from us. Our customers know this: you will find it out when you come in and become a customer of ours. Buy from us and KNOW it is right. We have anew supply of Paris Green. Gst the BUGS before they get your Potatoes. MffifclWi tmmtm NEER DRUG STORE VICTOS" TALKING"MACHINES Home of KYAL and SAN-TOX Remedies «*&» "*3^**-** -4 HURLEY, BOOTH DAKOTA Ml* TRY Ol/ll ^Afecfei8 POST DELIVERY SERVICE tt f6ti ian't eome for wliat yon want, plume or order by m-wm It 'If! tout E^PUE** gg flfrm $a (AMI ofestaiMi «hI #*s Rrr. W wit* hf TKa Mwir-wwda fapirud i« tl«* aflarooon on a Kocmmt »ma trip to tJ« IMadi HilUt country, from wfikb 'hey reiormd Toeaday Usi» w»«k of a wry pleasant evening. The bride and groom were the reoepienta of many beautiful presents. These young people are among the best in Turner County aai it is with pleasure we join their friends in of fering best wishes for along life of happiness. Yoq A. Land For Sale We are offering in 160 to 320 traqfs at 10 to $40 per acre, what is known as the Jaa. J. Hill Million Dollar Farm in Kellerson Co.. Minn. 22,000 acres, 2 to 4 miles from town, $10 per acre down, balance on long time. Watson & una. 4 i* Va-, ^4^'f *J tj mm. i* AjI* my HTt mvs »w*we biiinnwwil MtMMRSBRltW) 9$0wKH cMHMfli'Vf w*B wJpWCSW Hurley, S, D. KODAK FINISHING Rolls developed any size 10c Prints on Velox Peper 3c to 5c 24 hour service—expert work Send us a negative for free sample print. Christenson & Dempster Co. Sionx Falls, S. D. EDWARD JOYCE M. D. Physician and Surgeon C«Di aanrcnS Sajr «r Bigla. OSm at Nat tan «m Saair Mwtk *f n«niH *tUm. mn&gmtmam Instructive as well as Intertaining A Concrete Romance •i Star Theatre Friday, July, 27th, 1917 The Ghost of wWk Jk WnBBWpRJ vdw rector, has been the most Continuous patriotism and the most helpful of medium of the expression of the art all is Red Cross. to which she gave her life, but many We must begin at once. other circles have also felt the im petus which her training has given to the musical life of the whole com munity. It the heritage embodied in a keener appreciation of the soul of music, which Miss Langdo& leaves to the community of which she has been so long a part.—Press Leader. Miss Langdon made weekly trips to Hurley the past year to teach an ad vanced clasa in music until her* fail ing health forced her to give up the work. During the time spent here she endeared herself to many, to whom her death has brought deep sorrow. r&m (Hwllfv^ IWw rfMM W ¥%#t* Pk? «*ti0«4 the Jangle f^jfl- Flirting with Marriage ctiuwl tfftfd In mkm fMiaa Laagia* Passes Away Miss M«me Langdon passed awa* Tuesday morning. July 17, at 1 ?C^ the result of cerebral trouble this short item of news is con of all of the witit the paaaing of a life, given to wtrvice, such intensive service that while yet it was mid-day the strength failed. And it waa not to her church alone that Miss Lang don gave so unsparingly of her time and talent, for through the city schools, of which she was for a time the efficient musical instructor, and through many other avenues of pub* lie welfare and enterprise, she was an ever willing assistant. Her con tribution to the life of Parker is that which comes in teaching a communi ty the beauty and inspiration of the best there is in music. The Catholic choir, of which die has long been di tainment. Yon will ea|oy It, J. H. Queal & Co. rlfrtrrb&tpfrx- UiIk inttradift «»t«r- i^'i»»swiLii:Ly!flBji ^w«s»w SMI Oaaa Meeting H*M A Red Cross Meeting was. htfai last Thursday eveota* in which all of the organisation* of the tmra were repress wl, The pdrpwes of this wal^ lm 'wAiaLnia work cooperstirely ha ddWNT "their bit" for the cause of h«m«nity. -The officers eleeted were Rev. Vincent, president Laura Laklngs. vloe pniudeot Alta Ruodetl. aeere tary P. £. Jsckson, treasurer. Plan# for the Red Cross work were discusetd aad sugirestioos made as to doing tbe work. The. Camp Fire (Kris had formerly eaavaascd the town and at this meeting turned over to the Hurley Red Cross 150. Patriotism like charity must begin at home and many and varied are the ways in which we may show our •r^iii We have had a fair warning. For months it has been apparent that we were drifting toward inevitable warfare. We have no reason to hesitate. The mite is as valuable aa the much ia desirable. We muat do"oor bit." "In Union there is Strength there fore let everyone in Hurley and sur rounding territory unite in this work and carry it thru. Our help is needed and willing workers accomplish great things, We most not be slackers in doing "our bit." Notice For Bids Notice ia hereby given that sealed bids for the construction of a new sehool house to District No 21, Middleton township. Turner County, Sooth Dakota, will be received by the school hoard of said district up until the hour of twelve o'clock noon August 28th. 1917 the building to be constructed in accordance with the plans and specifications now on file with the clerk of said school dis trict The school board of said district reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated July 25th, 1917. Attest: J. L. RADLEY, Chairman^ L. E. STODDARD, a Clerk.- LYNN B. VAUGMAN, M.D. PhysidBm Ofike over Vaughan's Drugstore PhMMM OS* MS, HMMH ft«yt»ma tmOm iMwimtwr—wttr Bit-gat fmM r-f %wm Mm hp t'w w** I Om fi^efwrtlk* By Order of ftawrflMr** SWAN LAKE TOWNSHIP Attn*: P.SORENSION DatttdJ#y9*.t*f? a a a 71"- *6 I m* *1 piMHt**m a^f s(NPteis^|: ..• tlMjl ^'ifc1^' .11»• torm -tte pet t& Jahr. |f It. and it* W AsMtuat 1917. «p«R aft afattiatf «9 to any laaAi 1** yon. or mmi af Hawses I dfkdMh' B'in^says m-^^ HMMt, %mmmm mwm jfefflUMMME fefe JU HfihSiaaifr mi Omstead's Dray Line JOHN OMSTEAD. Prop.* Any work given us will recerve prompt careful attention. We want your buaiviess* [iURLGY DRAY LI ^6 EM1EL AUKN, FMMUEnM rmm All Orders Proinptly Attended ~n$ '1 Aft 'JK&' fSbfr rftp'-.-r- .• **fc*'«»4M**» j^Jij%Jv/ MttflWE Vdtm- „BP,i)1I^ jr IWWMSJl ipji^ mti *****. a tmw\ |R |he I yasHT gasaa' f^im»S'|M^^«t (arii 'UK a fiMawi a -tat torn palef*- Specials for the Day £, ^€1. §P *%. J- J6 4*\g i~$-c tM Martinson & Co, rn -t'gWk ATAM MAI0V11 H,ir ~AA 9 lihi thfumawmer a^nwii' #t' IMI ysdl imtmm fa^JUSiAli^k 4taMbiMMka 91 INMSK |M|P# to Carefully Him^led vv *4?" J" Watch Our "Show Windbws SATURDAY July 28th andf C^s 11%: s* *wm Z,*3 •1 ft: V/V«^ %Mt Hurley S. Dak.