The Kadoka Press in Kadoka, South-Dakota
29 Apr 1910

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29 Apr 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - April 29, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaVOLUME II “Tony, the Convict” At Opera House Tuesday Evening, May 10. SYNOPSIS OF PLAY ACT I.—The Warden’s room at Sing Sing prison. The trusty prisoner. An in- nocent victim. Suffering for a brother’s crime. News of the dead. Some visitors. A chance to escape. Detected. The fight- “Good-bve Sing Sing—Here goes for Lib- erty.” ACT ll.—(Six month later) Van Crug- er’s country heme. An ambitious maiden. Lover’s rows and lover’s vows. Cross pur- poses. “A surprise!” Tony, The Convict. A funny song. Weary Wayside from Way- back. The secret disclosed. Phil’s resolu- tion. A story from real life. Caught in a trap. ACT 111. —(Twodays later) Parlor in Van Cruger’s country house. Jackson on his dignity. -- Yo’ har me ¦-poke, sah!” Way- side and Sally. A frightened darkey. Miss Sedley interferes. Bright Prospects. A comical butler. “I can out-buttle any but- ler that ever buttled.” Tony’s quest. A sad mission. Father and daughter. James appears. Applying the thumb screws. The letter. Forced apart. ‘‘Don’tyou dare to pollute her with your touch.” ACT TV.—(Six weeks later) A comical cook. Strugges with receipts. Lena’s sor- row. Wayside’s resolution. Tony’s return. Barclay’s villianous threat. A voice from the grave. The price of liberty, A father’s right, to protect his daughter. Barclay meets his master. A noble sacrifice. Back to Sing Sing. ACT V.—(Two years later) The Judge’s home. Sally meets an old admirer. Way- side’s plan, Lena and Philip. Barclay plays his hand. Lena’s decision. A villian exposed. Wayside on deck. The arrest. ‘•l’ve passed through the dark valley, and, thank Heaven, I am no longer Tony, the Convict.” Seats on Sale at Corner Drug Store After May First. Curtain - Raises - Admission 50, 25 and 25 Cents. at - Eight - O’clock - Sharp. | THE EARLY BIRD j * The Early Cus- t * * * t 7'x tomer » like the *|j ' ' 1 earl Y bird, gets j* * choice. We * * MOS®/M ¦'/ invite your atten- J * tlon to the New * * /' Goods we are re ~ t * / »;yJLi ceiving daily. J ! WW° S . T fr them over at- < i The Clothing Store: * R. W. GROSS, Proprietor * * * ft PRINTING THAT IS ATTRACTVIE When you want the kind of printing that attracts attention and shows neatness and good taste be sure you bring it to the Press office. No job too big nor none too small to be given our prompt and careful attention. THE KIND THAT IS DONE AT THE PRESS OFFICE CAST OF CHARACTERS TONY WARREN. The Convict .. A. C. ZEMANEK Weary Wayside, Too Tired to Work J. M. Williams James Barclay, Hard-hearted and Vindictive Ben Edwards Philip Warburton, a Social Leader Victor Wolff Judge VanCruger, of the Supreme ( uirt.Geo. L. Emerson Warden Burrows, of Sing Sing Prison,) _ Jackson, The Negro Footman \ skrove LEK'A, Reputed Daughter of Judge Van Cruger. MISS ELIZABETH DARTH Mrs. VanCruger, the Judge’s Wife. Miss Laura Peterson Miss Sedley, who takes pleasure in being disagreeable Miss Emily Peterson Sally, with a soul above hash.. Miss Iva Jones Given by the Kadoka Dra- matic Company for Benefit of the Kadoka Kommerciai Band. “Tony, the Convict” is a popular five-act Comedy-Drama and appeals to all who see the the play. It is clean and up-to-date, with thrilling climaxes and humorous situations. The company presenting this play is a strong one and if you do not thoroughly enjoy the play your money will be refunded. THE KADOKA PRES KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1910 COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS. Fort Pierre, S. D.. April 5, 1910. | Board of County Commissioners met with the assessors of the county. Board all present and County Auditor i Price. Assessors present are as follows: Jerry Jarman Harry C Swisher ' J W Stout J S Sheely John F Crawford Chris G Bohl R W Munson C Andrews Parnell Fees P Frederickson C G Cunningham Ray R Jewett Edward Wells A C Bernau Frank Emry Patrick Fennell Ole Haagensen Henry Picker Clinton Finoold Mart J Stroumme K L Tomsik J A Kerr Lawrence Maher Frank Salter Allen L Boomer H C Ruden The assessors received instructions by the County Assessor Norman and Board of County Commissioners, and were supplied with the books and neceessary supplies for their work I assessing. Board adjourned until 9 o’clock a. ' m. April 6th. April 6, 1910. Board of County Commissioners met pursuant to adjournment. All mem- bers present and Co Auditor Price. Minutes of the past meeting read and on motion approved. The following bills for salary were : allowed and warrants drawn for same: ; Flora Hahn, work in Treas- urer’s office, Jan and Feb. slllO 00 Flora Hahn, work in Treas. of- fice, March 65 00 Edna Baker, stenographic wrk for States Attorney, Feb 25 00 ’ Edna Baker, stenographic w’rk for States Attorney, March 25 00 1 Maude V. Reed, work in Co. I Supt’s office for February 65 00 i Maude V Reed, W’ork in Co. Supt’s office for March 65 00 IJ H Johnson, salary for Feb. 125 00) “ “ “ “ Mar. 125 00' ' A E Cliapmdn, salary as De- puty Co. Auditor for Feb 85 00 , Chas D. Langley, salary for for March, Deputy Auditor 85 00 1Geo A Price, work in Auditor office, February 65 00 I Geo A Price, work in Auditor’s office, March 65 00 Joseph Barr, salary for Feb as deputy treasurer . 85 00 Joseph Barr, salary for Mar as deputy treasurer 85 00 J A MeKillip, salary for Feb Register of Deeds 100 00 J A MeKillip, salary for Mar Register of Deeds 100 00 ' I. E Aldrich, salary fol- Feb as deputy treasurer 85 00 I L E Aldrich, salary for Mar 85 00 A S Williams, salary for Feb deputy Reg of Deeds 65 00 A H MeKillip, Salary for Feb Debuty Reg of Deeds 40 00 A H MeKillip, salary for Mar deputy Reg of Deeds 65 00 Chas M Price, salary for Feb as County Auditor 125 00 Chas M Price, salary for Mar as County Auditor 125 00 I Grace A Reed, salary for Feb County Superintendent 125 00 Grace A Reed, salary for Mar County Superintendent 125 00 A A McGary, work in Reg of Deeds office, Feb 50 00 At this time the city of Ft. Pierre I furnished automobiles for the Board to view the roads entering Ft. Pierre. Board adjourned until 1:30 p. in. At 1:30 p. m. Board reassembled.) Members all present and Co Auditor Price. Report of II C McGuire, Justice of I the Peace, is approved and fees al-1 lowed. Justice fees SSO 00 > W M Cassell, witness fees in Justice Court 1 10 C Doran, witness fees in jus- tice court 1 10 Dr J M Walsh, witness fees in justice court 10 00 W H Gambell, witriv? fees in justice court 1 70 Geo S Huston, witness fees in justice court 1 10 Frank Calhoon, witness fees in justice court 6 00 Stella Roberts, witness fees in justice court 1 40 Mrs. Henry Roberts, witness fees in justice court 1 40 Chas Hudsonpiller, witness fees in justice court 1 40 E F Dorothy, witness fees in justice court 1 10 L Chase, witness fees in justice court 1 10 J A Harvey, witness fees in justice court 1 10 Gus Robson, witness fees Ln justice court 1 10 J B Hill, witness fees in jus- tice court 1 10 John Franier. witness fees in justice court 1 40 [Continued op )a«t page) NUMBER 52 ????????? : The Kadoka Harness Shop. : e Light and Heavy Harness made to order. Saddles, Blankets, Robes. ? All kinds of Repairing neatly and promptly done.* 0 I Carry a Complete Line of Clover Brand Stock Tonic. * * |. A. Fraser, ... Kadoka, South Dakota. J ?????????????????????????< List Your Land With Me If you want to sell your land quick come in and list it with me at once. I have a num- ber of buyers and need more land at once. The B. L. McNally Land Co. '?««« iDON’T FORGET. Stanley Co. Abstract & Loan Co. (Bonded Abstractors) Fort Pierre, South Dakota. iMake Abstracts! ? . * ?????< Kadoka Machine Shops We Make a Specialty of Plow Work, Horse Shoeing, Carriage and Wagon Work, General Blacksmithing Special attention paid to Gasoline and Steam Engine Work and Steam Fitting and Puinp Work. Our "Motto Is: “The Highest Class of Workmanship and the Right Price to All.” Give U» a Call. F. L. EDWARDS, Prop’r. A. A. SHOOK J. P. CLARK SHOOK & CLARK LIVERYMEN FEED AND SALE STABLE. Good Teams--Good Rigs-Careful Drivers KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA. First-Class Blacksmith Shop in Connection All Work Promptly Done. Give Us a Call. J. H. DITHMER, - - - Manager. I<<<<<<<<<« ««««««<» 1 BURGLARY ® I INSURANCE I J ft M The best burglary insurance policy |£/ S" ever written is a checking account with a bank; I?. saves carrying a lot of money around with you If* S and yet you have it any minute you want it. If ft* 3 all persons carried checking accounts and wore a ff j check book in their inside pockets, the hold up g guys would go out of business. ’ £ Kadoka State Bank |- s. h d ? r a * * * ft w

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