The Kadoka Press in Kadoka, South-Dakota
19 Aug 1910

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19 Aug 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - August 19, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaVOLUME 111 Fourth Annual Stanley County Fair, Kadoka, S. D., September 21-22-23, 1910 JMTA'.SVOKM UTT TH I f I »W.MMrr»t ' r T( I ¦ • ¦Petitioners Win Case. | LOANS 8 We Make Farm Loans at Current Rate & J® of Interest J| WE HAVE THE MONEY g I Kadoka State Bank * | J. P. SERR, Cashier J What Cash Will Do "¦U III1 »r IIWJTJttIJ We have placed our business upon a Strictly Cash Basis and this enables us make some exceptionally low prices, a few of which we quote below: Strawberries, per can.. 10c Rice Flakes, per pkg O7c Gooseberries, per can 10c Jap Tea, per pound 2sc Blueberries, per can loc Tomatoes, per can 11c Blackberries, per can lOc Matches, per box.. 04c Beat ’Em all Soap, per Sixteen ounce can Bak- bar o4c ing Powder. 15c White Russian Soap, per Pure Cider Vinegar, per bar o4c gallon 3sc E. J. Pi ’.s, per can loc Coal Oil, per gallon l7c Soda, per package osc Prints, per yard OGc By placing our business upon a Strictly Cash basis we arc enabled to discount all our wholesale bills and are going to give you the benefit of the saving thus made. Besides the low prices quoted above Vou will receive the most prompt and courteous treatment at our store. Watch This Space Next Week For Further Prices. LEE-MOORE The above prices are subject to change without notice. Wednesday afternoon .-ed- ge Lyman T. Boucher sitting in a special term of Circuit : Court for Stanley County rendered decisions on the I county division cases, finding jfor the petitioners in all three factions and granting the writs of mandamus compell- ing the County Commission- ers to submit the question of dividing Stanley county to the voters at the November election. count v petitions was called vVedi sday morning and the testimony of the parties who circulated the petitions was introduced and the defense did not attempt to any great extent to win their case. Wednesday afternoon the Jackson county case was taken up for trial and was a hard fought case from start to finish. The testimony of the parties who circulated the petitions was introduced and the legality of the signa- tures passed unquestioned. States Attorney Johnson was positive that the propos- ed Jackson county did not contain the amount of terri- tory required by the laws of South Dakota, while At- torney F. W. Grogan appear- ing for the petitioners was equally positive that it did and introduced the testimo- ny of County Surveyor R. H. Townsend was introduced. The hearing on the propos- ed lowa county petitions was held at Fort Pierre last Fri- day, but the Judge reserved his decision until after the other two were tried. £&££&£££« Farm Land IN Stanley County SKROVE BROS. LAND CO. Kadoka, South Dakota. Is Your Land On Our List ? WE WRITE FIRE, CYCLONE AND HAIL INSURANCE. States Attorney Johnson, appearing for the defendants, the county commissioners, sought to win his case on the grounds that the petitions for the proposed Jackson and , Sterling counties were filed with the County Auditor ( first and for that reason had prior right and the lowa pe- | tition conflicted with the oth- ler two. In making his de- cision the Judge said that I there was nothing in our laws the filing of peti- tions, except for county divi- sion, that they should be fil- ; ed on or before the first Mon- day in July. He also stated that but two supreme court decisions, covering similar cases, could be found. One was a decision by the Su- preme court of Nebraska which gave a priority right to the petitions filed first, I the other being a later de- cision by the Supreme Court jof Michigan. The Supreme Court of that state held, though by a divided court, that as the laws did not pro- vide for a priorityright both i petition should be submitted ito a vote, and that in this ¦ case ho would follow the pro- / of the Michigan court, as it appealed to him to be the just and correct course. An attack was also made on the validity of the signatures on the lowa peti- tions and in ruling on this matter the Judge said: “In the case of the peti- tion for the organization of lowa county, there is no question raised but what the proposition embraces more than twenty-four townships, and the evidence, while not entirely satisfactory as to whether or not the men who signed those petitions were all legal voters, yet the evi- dence stands practically un- disputed, and there is enough evidence there to make it, I think, obligatory on the court to find as a finding of fact ' that a sfficient number sign- ed the Detition.” A The hearing on the Sterling Mr. Townsend testified that what appeared to be only fractional town- ships along White river on the South edge of Jackson county were in real- ity. according to government survey, congressional townships, and N-r. Grogan introduced Supreme Court rulings to the same effect. The court was satisfied with the showing'and granted the mandamus as nrayed. **********xwom ? Lumber LUMBER! LUMBER! Coal States Attorney Johnson was grant- ed ten days in which to file arguments for a new trial or to take the case to the Sup. eme Court, but it is generally believed that no further action will be taken by the County Commissioners. HARD and SOFT COAL Lumber WIREAttorney F. W. Grogan, of Fort Fierre appeared for the petitioners in both the Sterling and Jackson county cases and is to be congratu- lated on the winning of his cases against the hard fight made by the defense. Lime, Plaster, Cement, Sand, Bricks, Blocks, Lath, Roofing, hingles, Sash and doors SALT 3 gin fact anything yon want in the line of LUMBER and BUILDING ? MATERIAL. We are in the lead all the time. A complete line of ? Everything. Bent grades, ami our prices are right. FOR SALE—Two first class milch cows, one fresh about two weeks and one to be fresh this winter. 14-3 t M. E. Dixon, sec 24,1-s, 22-e. Also a Complete Line of Windows, Doors, Paper Roofing, etc., always on hand.COME IN AND FIGURE WITH US BEFORE YOU BUY The brick walls of the new school house are now completed. We are constrained to compliment Mr. Han- sen upon the excellent work he has put into these walls. They will be the pride of the citizens so far as architecture is concerned. Built upon the highest point in the village, they will be seen at a great distance from every direction and upon a nearer approach anyone will be struck with the beauty of the outlines and face of each elevation. Mr. Swan assures us that a very short time willnow be re- re<r.iir"d to complete the roof and the inside work of the building, as there is nothing to delay him now but the plastering, which is not a very slow job. Our' Township Board is to be congratulated upon their good taste in the choice of a model for our pub- lic school building and its situation.— Interior Index. ? ? The Fullerton Lumber Co. | T. R. Baisch, Mgr. Kadoka, S. D. PRICES RIGHT; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JAS. A. SMITH THE Clothing Store MONUMENTS! FOR Men’s and Boys’ Clothing A charter wan granted to the Bielski Loan Co., on August sth by the sec- retary of state, giving the company authority to do business in the state of South Dakota as an incorporation with a caoital stock of $25,000.00. The Incorporators are: R. A. Bieisai, president; H. J. McMahon, vice-pres- ident; James O. Creech, secretary and treasurer. The directors are: E. M. Larson, H. J. McMahon, R. A. Bielski, James G. Creech and Sylvia Bielski. The company begins busi- ness with a paid up capital of |IO,OOO, and are now located in the new Bank of Philip building where they have a handsome suit of rooms which are up- to-date in every respect. The office™ and directors of this company need no introduction to the peoole of Philip or of this part of Stanley county, as they are men of unquestioned honesty and have been represented among the business men of Philip ever since the town started.—Bad River News. Furnishing Goods Rapalee Marble and Granite Works. Largest in the north- west. Dealers in all kinds of*And Shoes Monumental work, Sioux City, lowa. When looking for a Monument call and see agent,R. W. Gross BIG AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY J. L. WHITE, Kadoka. At INMAN’S AUCTION STORE, Kadoka, S.D. t M THE KADOKA PRESS. KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1910 NUMBER 16 B

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