The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - August 26, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaVOLUME 111 NUMBER 17
Fourth Annual Stanley County Fair, Kadoka, S. D., September 21-22-23, 1910
Suits, Hats, Caps,$5,000 $5,000
Worth Shirts, Odd Pants, Shoes, In Fact Worth
Everything To Be Found in An Up-to-date Clothing Store
Come In and Get
Will Be Sacrificed at Your
THURSDAY, SEPT. Ist
SALE CONTINUES THIRTY DAYS.
....Remember the Date.».
It Must Be Sold
As I Need the
....Remember the Place....
THE CLOTHING STORE
R. W. GROSS.
THE KADOKA PRESS.
KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1910
| BIG AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY
At INMAN’S AUCTION STORE, Kadoka, S.D.
11 NEW CASH PRICES ||
We have placed our business upon G
a Strictly Cash Basis and this enables B
$ us make some exceptionally lowprices, (.¦
g a few of which we quote below:
Five Pound Package of Matches, 2 boxes . 05c K.
Oatmeal, per pkg 20c Yeast Foam, 2 packages. osc 5
Three pound Package of Mead’s Flake Rye, pkg. .loc !
Crackers, per pkg 20c
« Jap Tea, per pound 25c
‘ Strawberries, per can... 10c
Sixteen ounce can Bak- ;
Gooseberries, per can . 10c ing Powder 15c
Blueberries, per can.. . .10c
1 Pure Cider V megar, per kJ,
Blackberries, per can 10c gallon _>3sc
E. J. Peas, per can 10c Coal Oil, per gallon 17c
Soda, per package 05c Prints, per yard O6c K
By placing our business upon a Strictly Cash basis we I
are enabled to discount all our wholesale bills and are going
to give you the benefit of the saving thus made. ;
mu Besides the low prices quoted above vou will receive
I ! the most prompt and courteous treatment at our store.
Watch This Space Next Week For Further Prices.
; LEE MOORE!
I The above prices are subject to change without notice.
W. W. SOULE TO SPEAK.
Hon. W. W. Soule, of Rapid City,
' the Democratic candidate for Con-
| gressman, will open the campaign
' here by speaking in the Opera House
' on Friday night, September 2nd. Mr.
Soule is reputed to be one of the best
i speakers in the state and a big audi-
| ence should greet him.
KADOKA WINS FAST BALL GAME.
Sunday afternoon the fastest ball
game.of the season was played of the
local diamond between the Cotton-
wood team ami the Kadoka players,
I the locals winning the game by the
score of 9to 8. The game was a fast
one from start to finish and both
teams played good ball. In the sec-
ond inning Geo. Rice was hit on the
middle finger of his right hand with
the ball and the finger was badly
mashed, but he finished the game,
and threw good ball, striking out ten
;of the visitors. Two slab artists per-
formed for Cottonwood but the locals
were out for the game and could not
be headed off. Four home runs were
made during the game, two by the
visitors and two by the locals, Jack
Hughes and Wm. Biddle making the
long hits. When these teams meet at
the Stanley County Fair, a fast and
hard fought game is to be expected.
The more a woman allows her sons
to spend time and money in dressing
, themselves up, the mor*' it will cost
their father some day co dress <iu i
The next regular examination for
Life, State First, Second, Third and
Primary Certificates u'Ul be given at
Ft. Pierre, on September Ist and 2nd.
No other examination will be given
until after January 1, 1911. Grace A.
! Reed, Co. Supt.
That was a wise remark of a wise
i woman who said she counted the bat-
I tie of life won if, at fifteen her chil-
> dren preferred their home to any oth-
er place m the world—a remark not
true without exceptions, but to be
1 trusted a great ways.
M E Walker, “ 2
W M Gilchrist, “ 2
W B Brofford, “ 2
Beu Giddings, “ 2
James L Core,
A E Benedict, “ 2
The Board granted a petition to
create a separate school district from
Congressional Township 7. range 24-e
hum., being now a part of School
District No. 8.
The Board approved the following
bills and warrants have been drawn
for the same.
George Holley, 50 day’s assess-
ing in the county at large (105 00
Geo Holley, 7 day’s road work 25 50
Robertson Lumber Co. lumber 1073 00
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“ " “ “ 29 30
On motion the Boa Al adjourned un-
til 1:30 p. m., July 9, 1910.
July 9th, 9 o’clock a. m. Board
met as a Board of Equalization to
check the Assessors’ books. The
Board raised the Diamond A Cattle
Company assessment from (106,670 to
The Board adjourned until July 11,
at 9 a. m.
July 9th, 1:30p.m. The Board met
in regular session, all members pres-
ent with Co Auditor Price as clerk.
The following bridge petitions were
One, Marietta Township, upon the
south line of section 16, Township 5,
rsnge 19-e, being at the crossing over
hat is known as Haxby’s Draw, sit-
u.ted about rocs
‘ ¦ > the
southwest ci >•
One across Mu cu
line between sections 2c and2l. town-
ship 3-n, range 23-e, bum.
One bridge across Plum creek be-
tween sections 33 and 34, township 5-u
: range 20-e, bum.
One bridge across Indian creek be-
tween the se >4 sec. 7, township 2-s
range 23 and ne of sec. 18 2-s 23-e.
One bridge across White Willow
creek where the same crosses the
section line between sections 11 and
14 in township 2-s, range 21-e, bhm.
(Continued on Supplement)
¥ We Make Farm Loans at Current Rate
* of Interest| WE HAVE THE MONEY
J Our Methods Are Simple and Prompt
* Kadoka State Bank
* J. P. SERR, Cashier
| LUMBER! LUMBER!
! HARD and SOFT COAL
* Also a Complete Line of
Windows, Doors, Paper
X Roofing, etc., always on
< ?;; PRICES RIGHT; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
JAS. A. SMITH