The Kadoka Press in Kadoka, South-Dakota
25 Feb 1910

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25 Feb 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - February 25, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaVOLUME II THE KADOKA PRESS. KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910 ASSIGNS COUNTY FAIR DATES Huron, Feb. 17. —Proceedings of the meeting of comity fair associations and expositions here Feb. 10, which culminated in a permanent organiza- tion called ‘‘The Associated Fairsand Expositions of South Dakota. There were present representatives from the following counties: Brook- ings, Clark, Spink, Hand, Hyde, Law- rence, McCook, Hanson, Hutchinson and Davidson. There was a very good meeting. We had communications from other associations, including Deuel County Fair association, Clay ’ County Fairassociation,Stanley Coun- ity Fair association, Butte County association, and the Gas Belt expo- sition at Pierre and several other of ¦f the associations approving of the plan and agreeing to abide by the plans 1 formulated. A permanent organization was ef- I fecteii with S. Hill of Alexandria, president and George D. Cole of jBrookinsg, secretary. The tirst matter ot importance that was adjusted was the matter of dates. | There were no conflicts whatever, I except Highmore and Miller, and this ' Was adjusted. The dates as as fol- lows: Clark County Fair the latter part of August and the fore part of I September, Spink County Fair the j following week, then the State Fair, ' then Brookings, then Duel county Fair. McCook County Fair is the 5, 6,7, and Bot September, Hyde Coun- ty Fair the 5, 6 and 7th of September lor the first three days of the week proceeding the State Fair, allowing Hand the last three days, the Bth, 9th and 10th. Stanley County Fair I occurs the same date as Deuel Coun- j ty Fair, also the Clay County Fair at | Vermillion. The dates of the Corn Palace could not be secured, and Han- i son and Hutchinson as well as Brule and Aurora willbe fixed at a date to correspond with and be satisfactory 1 to the Corn Palace people. i A. E. Chamberlain, superintendent i of the Farmers’ Institute, and also' superintendent of the Boys’ and Girls’ Contest, the new departments creat- ed by the South Dakota State board ' of Agriculture, addressed the meeting I along the lines of the boys’ and girls’ contest. It w;.s> decided to make the tempor- ary organization permanent and to j meet once a year thereafter to elect , officers and transact such business a , willbe of importance to the different I County Fair associations, and at a date in conjunction with the state I fair board when they meet to pur-! chase their advertising and have the representatives from the different at- traction companies present, so that one meeting a year will answer all purposes. A committee, consisting of Mr. Hill, Mr. Hart of Salem and Mr. Mcllvane of Huron, was appointed on by-laws, and the idea was to make the mem- bership fee as small as possible, $5 for each association. This would fur- nish sufficient funds to handle the correspondence, postage, etc. COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS. Fort Pierre, Feb. 1, 1910. Board of county commissioners met in special session. Members present Tolton, Morrison, W A Hopkins, W. O Hopkins and Price, countyauditor. Moved and seconed that a railroad ticket to Omaha be furnished Mrs. Pennington. Motion carried and the county auditor is instructed to issue a warrant for cost of ticket to Omaha payable to J W Thompson. §ll 69. Petition of R F Parker for an abate- ment of penalty and. interest taxes for 1903 and 1904 is granted. Petition of J W Lambert for an abatement of road and school poll tax is granted, as he is over age and not a resident of Stanley county. The following bills are allowed and warrants drawn for same: Edna Baker, stenographic work for county §2.5 00 A H McKillip, salary for Jan- uary as register of deeds ’ 37 50 Geo W Belford, salary for Jan- uary as jailor 50 00 A E Chapman salary for Jan- uary as deputy auditor 85 00 A S Williams salary for Jan- uary as dep reg of deeds 65 00 J A McKillip salary for Jan- uary as register of deeds 100 00 Joseph Barr, salary for Janu- ary as deputy treasurer 85 00 A A McGarry, work in regist- er of deeds office 50 00 Maude V Reed, salary for Jan- uary as deputy co supt. 65 00 L E Aldrich, salary for Janu- arh as deputy treasurer 85 00 Chas M Price, salary for Jan- uary as county auditor 125 00 (Continued on last page) CHAS. W. MERRITT IN PRISON Charles W. Merritt, a former meat market man of Lamro, serving a term of six months in the Minnehaha coun- ty jail under sentence of United States court, and who in addition was lined SSOO, is the first m; n to be convicted in South Dakota under a federal stat- ute which prohibits Indians selling is- sue stock or their increase to white meu without a written permit from the United States Indian agent. This practice of selling stock which had been issued to them by the gov- ernment, with the object of encour- aging the Indians to become self- supporting had become general in many sections and the strong arm of the government was necessary to put a stop to it and protect the Indians. Thousands of head of stock have been issued to the Indians of South Dakota the past few years. This stock is branded “I.D.” by the government before being turned over to the In- dians, and in cases where the Indians evade the vigilance ot the government employes on their reservations and sell the stock to the white men the hides are readily identified. ] On Merritt’s premises were found eight hides bearing the “I. D.” brand but he was arrested and convicted for . having in his possession two “I.D.” hides which were found in his wagon. The animals are worth $35 each on an average, and it was found that the Indians sold them for an average of • about S2O a head. Bayles-Randall. Thos. Randall of Kadoka, S.D., and Miss Nan Bayles of Manila, lowa, were married Wednesday at Bp. m. at the home of the bride, in the pre-, sence of a company of relatives and , I close friends. The bride is a young lady highly esteemed in her home i city where she has grown to woman- ¦ hood. She has also visited at the O. ’ |L. Randall home in Randolph and has made friends here. The groom . 1 is the oldest son of O. L. Randall of i this city and for several years has j been a successful farmer in South i I' lkoti h:r '• ; a d claim near Ka- doka. •- wet ktv.wn in Randolph where he ha. live ! with his par :ts lor man and a hot L of friend.- willwish himself and his bride a long i and happy wedded life. They expect I to visit here before going to their fu- ture home near Kadoka.—Randolph, Neb. Times. The Press is glad to extend con- gratulations to this happy couple and extend to them a hearty welcome when they return. The numerous friends of the groom on Indian Creek are planning to give them arojal welcome. Comments On New Rates. The state board of railway commis- sioners last week issued an order put- ting in a new coal rate west of the river. The reduction is not large in | any one instance, but in the aggregate 1 it will be worth thousands to the users of coal. This will be an opening wedge and in the days to come the people of that section will be relieved from the unjust discrinination which has so, long obtained against them. This I plea for simple justice was begun by the state federation of commercial ¦ clubs, and it is a matter of much sat- isfaction to us that this just conten- I tion has begun to bear fruit. The governor has given the full measure of hie influence, and his personal of- ! forts to help in this work. We have always felt that it would have been wiser if our law-makers had let the two-cent passenger fare proposition alone, and confined their efforts to securing a reduction of freight rates in our state. We have differed often and sometimes widely from our hon- i orable railway commissioners, but in justice to these officials we wish to state that but few people know of the enormous amount of work entailed upon the board. There in already more than they can do, and it is an- foitunate that they are hampered at this time by the consideration of the 2-cent bill. This 2-cent fare business make a flue plark in a political plat- form, but as a business proposition we think more of an intelligent persistent effort on the freight rate question. — Dakota Democrat. Warrant Call. Notice is hereby given that there is now money in the hands of the treasurer of Buffalo school district Nc. 12, for the payment of warrants from 10 to 21 inclusive and also 23 and that interest on same will be stopped after March 4th. Warrants to be presented to the Bank of Kado- ka for payment. Wiley Barnes, Treas. | 10 3t Willard. 8. D. L. K. (toldsmith. Cash. Fort Pierre Bank R, A. Bielski. ('ash. First State Bank of Philip I Martin Juhmton. Pres. Bank of Kadoka L. A. Pier. C ashier, Belvidere State Bank Home land & Abstract Co. § IM. L. Parcells ci entry and Bonded Abstracter Respectfully Solicits Your Business. Fort Pierre, S. D. 1 ’¦MBKMBMHaaHMHiMHBMr <sMßMnMKUL'aam'.«rrn js v«WW44***4W**M4*«* 0 ? : The City Meat Market. I * Has just received a large shipment of SaLT FISH J ? which we are are offering to the trade. • ? Herring, Salmon, White Fish & Brick Cod Fish * ? We also receive weekly shipments of FRESH ? ? FISH. Give Us a Call. ? | J. P. Eddy, Proprietor. | ¦MvaucarMMSKsmxssf.w— ¦ < si"iß<riTt—WK ’wauMaMMßaMaaaMMHavas*. zzr*z«?-rvYvvrv>*• • 1 [ Frank Coye J. H. Dithmer • ; Coye—Dithmer Land Co. ¦ DEEDED LAND and LOCATIONS I> Farms and Stock Ranches in the Famous > Corn Belt. Kadoka, - South Dakota ;! -——n—~W—TTTTT— - Tl—l.-IITJI-—¦—TB—rsri W l LI—WIJII -IHLILX.. L. I jm -lMk- Ul_lJ—- *4*«3** X *| A Six Hundred Acre Nursery ? ? <• Sherman Nursery Co., Charles City, lowa. ? « ?* 4’ 1 ’> Growers of All Kinds of Ilardv Fruit Trees, Plantsand ? 2 i Shrubs. Largest Growers of Evergreens in the West. Xi 4 X ? ALL - NORTHERN - GROWN - STO K I i ‘ * Our Men Will Soon be in the Field to Look Alter Stuck De- •> livered by Us Last Spring. ?F »j. jtgggg&t&ggg gggg &£&£&£££#* S f"I O s Just Received a large stock of Mens, Ladies, Childrens Shoes Latest Styles Prices Right Look and be Convinced The Clothing Store R. W. Gross. I ««?««« READY FOR BUSINESS WITH NEW SPRING GOODS * FOR Early sewing we show Wash Dress Goods:Choice Ginghams, Percales, Waistings, Fou- lards, etc. DOMESTICS: This is the leading store forMuslins, Sheetings, Tubings, Curtain Goods. NEW GOODS ARE COMING IN DAILY THE Ladies Favorite Store for Corsets, Hois- ery, Muslin Underwear, Laces, Embroider- ies, Knit Goods, and Notions of all Kinds. J. H. FRYBERGER. & & & 4? NUMBER 43 Fort Pierre Hospital Under the Management of Drs. Lavery & Walsh Medical, hunrical and Confinement cases. Confinement cast's will be charped $5.00 in private rooms, per week, liu.uu to per week for board and room before $15.00. according to room. confinement, laundry extra. Ward fiattents per week. SB.OO. Medicines and dressings furnished at Surgical cases will be charged S2.UO to cost. ss.uo extra for oiieratiug room. { Above rates include Board, Room and Nursing Special Nurses can be secured at all times ae reasonable rates Matron and Sa pt. oi Nurrses j IRoaident Pi-mi... MISS DAISY M. SNIDER, CHARLES J. LAVERY M.D. and J. MARK WALSH, M.D, CRaDUATL NURSE. CONTAGIOUS DISEASES NOT AMITTED. ¦ i¦immiii in ¦¦ 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 Pump Work. OurJMotto la: "The Highest Class of Workmanship and the Right Price to All.’’ Give U» a Call. F. L. EDWARDS, Prop’r. 1 1 1 1 - - '-'A ?*<--h*<++<-+++< m-+++*+-5i+++++ ++++-:--i*+*t***«-+-M-++++4-+++* | What Is Ij Milwaukee I ? Milwaukee Land Co. ? & st. Paul *j .— i ~ ,- .... swb Railway i 4. It is an auxiliary of the railway assist- p. + ? ing in its development by platting UWIIB 4, X townaites along new extensions of it* i . £ 4> lines. It willsell you choice aitea for aUU ? + business or residence in thriving towns r\ ? X in IOWA, MISSOURI, WISCONSIN, UperatCS * MICHIGAN, NORTH DAKOTA, SOU- ~ I ? TH DAKOTA, MINNESOTA, MON- UV6F 4. ? TANA, IDAHO or WASHINGTON. OAnOlVr’l a o5 It’a Local Agent at Kadoka, South Dakuta Is O.UUU JXLII6S ~ O. F- STUART. j of Railroad + M.nuSfwriu C. A. PADLEY, Gen. Land Agent, Il * MILWAUKEE - - - WISCONSIN. < ! * -!-M-«-++'t-++4->+-5-+*+4-** M«««<4 « « « « r Martin Johnson, President 0. E. Stuart, Cashier Mk ¦ D. H. Henry, Vice President E. E. Dykeman, Ass’t Cashier % BANK OF KADOKA St ¦ INCORPORATE!*, Pay Your Taxes Here £ Collections made on liberal terms. Surety ' Bonds furnished on short notice. We _ S sell Domestic and Foreign Exchange. T We insure City and Farm Property 2 against loss by Fire Lightning and * Tornado. . * . . YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED . . . ft Officially Designated ft Depository for Stanley County Funds M i ****» W* > *** LUMBER! LUMBER! HARD and SOFT COAL WIRE SALT Also a Complete Line of Windows, Doors, Paper Roofing, etc., always on hand. PRICES RIGHT; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED * JAS. A SMITH

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