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Turner County herald. (Hurley, Dakota [S.D.]) 1883-19??, January 17, 1918, Image 4

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IMiXT EXiTOT TO'BUYSHOKS AT THESE
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MEN'S OVERSHOES
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fl'eloek »nd t* talw' pl«c«' of
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p«»fnBR. Priee of tScket«
«ffl! be the **m«. We yoold like t«
Mtv*-nwry memiser of Uw elaiNi nod
others who wilt become members of
&e elitff to j!«) to ettwid.
tW He*gae «rtU bold
literary «o4 Social MiwtSiJg at tiie
bcane of Mm P&ltey next foee!»y
evenly
time.
Com# *ad have good
The Kntabt* will meet
of tne
merit
in the bastt-
evet»lng.
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enjoyable time at tbe K. B. Randeii
I liome {est week, et business &n4
eoclul K*therin|f. The ^iHe elW
en-
tertafned and Alt a Rundeil, Ad«
"iLundfell iwid Mi% Mabel F«'mr
ser-
(lie wh!e famil lnt»
Assorted sizes,: To clean tip lot
40 per cent oflf
Look ii^e over, you will need a pair before
the winter is over
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$
Everyone Itad a good time.
Sandey »t Eleven~"llie- Senile of
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ved and provided"social amusements.{or aobscribe, so tnucfe for the year,
.Bible School at Twelve—something
special. K*ro*in.
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rS4v.yrtb'•L^pte
Devotional Ser-
vice it 6:SU. leader. Goodwll Slocum.
Hsppy Ruar Service at iseventblrty.
"A
Story,.**
Sermon
Invite a friend and come to
ckarch. Alw* weleome.
(JRACE EPISCOPAL CIH BCH
Service* follow* Sunday: Bon
ds? Sabot at 12 o*clock, Peter Allen,
*aperint«r»de«t.
K«ff*rlle»s of the ©old weather last
Sunday, tbe attendance ww Hrp,
isnd the teaidbem all pmeot. The
*tiperf'iteinJent waa abaent. He »an
eomewhat indlf^oeed, but we hope he
will be on band for next Sunday.
Mr. and Mm. Farnsworth are sadly
misaed frotn the Sunday School as
well as from the church service. Mrs.
Panwworth teaches the Bible Claw
and of eoarse the claw mfawes her
very inuch. We wlah tbism a pleaa*
*l*_jo»rney «nd a aafe return.
There -will be no preach injr next
Sonday na the iieetor goea^fts Parker
fcr"-TO .-.Af.
l%ere will be an alt. day service
Sunday 27 Holy Communion and
aermon at It a. m. Evehsong and
Sermon at T:30 p. m. Singing by a
Rafted 3bolr.
r»»- Hardman K*ve
,.v Dr. Hardman K*ve out Sunday,
cards and eny^flopes to his Communi
rants, to gi^e wlwt they can, in cash,
10 Bars Laundry Soap for 32c
of any 5c value laundry soap
With each three dollars worth of groceries or other
merchandise
ble at yoor own convenience.
Tiiii money aiid cards most be hand
ed to the Rector on Sunday January
27, Tfai* is the final drive of oar
Cthurch to raise $500.0W. Thi* la
what the Chairman of the War Com
mission has to say:
"The Episcopal Church. throuph
the War Commission equips Chap
lains aenda strong clergymen and
laymen into campa as spiritual lead
er* bringing the Church's service and
Sacraments, in the Y. M. C. A. huta,
to her own men-, and boys then the
Church will follow them over the
sea» to the trenches. The country ia
behind the Army and Navy they
know and feel it. The Church must
be behind 'her boys and men let
them know and feel it through your
large gifts culminating on Sunday,
January 27th/'
William Lawrenc**,
3
Lishop of Masaachusetu
Chaifjnan, War Co,nmt»ton
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It will most certainly pay you to
come in and look at these values
GROCERIES
Large size Crisco, sale price... 1,71
Country Pride Sorghum, sale price, gal size. 97c
Gal. Blue Karo Syrup, sale price ... 43c
GaL Red Karo Syrup, sale price-.. 43c
I -Gal. Blue Karo Syrup, sale price 87c
1 Gal. Red Karo Syrup, sale price 97c
Spices, all kinds, sale price, pkg 9c
Large box Ginger Snaps, sale price 23^
Pioneer Estate Coffee, dish free, this sale 33c
Early Hour Coffee, sale price 2Sc
Three Star Coffee, sale price ................,-....,:.24c
lb. Chocolate ....^ 23c
Rolled Dots, large package 33c
Seeded Raisins, sale price, pkg.. 14c
Honest Value Green Tea 23c
Macaroni, Vermiceli, etc, sale .price, pkg...,....12c
Argo Gloss Starch, sale price ,.6c
Corn Starch, sale price, pkg Sc
Faultless Starch, sale price, pkg 7-vc.
ALL (mm.'ERII« ARE AT CUT PRICES
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III
SCHOOL NOTES
(By the Scbeei)
Paul Pier hM decidoed to i-rireh
this year's coarse'of school at Pioax
Calls. Paul was a Freshman in Hur
ley High School and will he Missed
by all.
Although last-'iVursdny was a very
bad diy in the vi(.'i mty of Hurley,
very fw pupils were absent from
acbool *T, *.
We toave rw«ved oi:r new unnual
from Moraingside colleara. We suj
pose that it is becau&e. Mr. Curry'jf
1
1
picture is in it two or U»ree tunes.
(Irony or not?)
The recitation rooms in High
School are fitted only for those wbo
wish to study. For tbe walls are
absolutely bare except for a clock
in one room, the other does not even
contain such a thing. 1& this right
that students should be made tr, loo
at walls that are' in surh sharie?
Who will take up a collection for
some pictures?
It is known that some of the Hur
ley High School student.*) are very
fond of reading other tropic's let
ters, especially interesting ones.
All students are now prepaiing
for. semester exams, which will be
held Thursday and Friday of the
week.
Monday morning lr. Ctutftfson
read to the High School a letter
from the State Superintendent of
Schools, Mr Lugg, in regard to
teaching' German in schools. Mr
Lugg says that he thinks it should
be discontinued but not in such
way as to prevent the rst ear
studenU from their credits.
ts.
War Credits (iraitted to Allies by
United States Total Orcr $4,(MM.
War credits ertendtsd to foreign
Governments since the United
States entered the war total
$4,236,400,000. Of this Great Britain
received f2,04&^00(V!M}0 France,
Ji,285,0(KMK»f Italy, $500,0*10,
000 uasia, $a26i000,000{ Belgium.
577,400,000 Seriiia,
|4,000,000.
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