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21 Jan 1910

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21 Jan 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - January 21, 1910, Kadoka, South Dakotaj / i THE KADOKA PRESS. VOLUME II KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1910 NUMBER 38 • * ©lift ©ftEAT SACRIFICE SALE! ! ! In order to make room tor ear Spring Goods, which are on the way, we wiil sell ail of oyr WINTER GOOES an prices never before equalled in this vicinity, mote a few of our specials below: Men's and Bey’s Coots Only three Plush-Lined coats with muskrat collars, regular price, S2O and $22, now . . $15.48 Only one 52-inch Sheep-lined Corduroy Coat, with fine wom- bat collar, reg price $lB, now $13.50 One 52-in sheep lined heavy Fustain coat with fine buffalo, collar, regular price sls, now $12.50 Two 36-inch extra fine Sheep pelt lined imported English Cor- duroy Coats, with fine full muskrat collar, reg price sl2 $9.50 Four heavy blanket lined coats regular price 3.50, now $2.50 Three medium weight blanket lined coats, regular price $2.00 $1.48 Four Boys’ blanket lined coats regular price $2.00, now . $1.48 Ladies' Furs Russian Covey Furs, regular price, 4.11), now—. . i $3.25 $4 fine Furs, now sold at . $2.50 $4.50 fine furs, now sold at . $3.50 jSsjS3C&£«.Bfc A Few Ladies’ Knit Skirts, regular sixty-five cent values, now . . 45c CHASTKAi ; ' iW Ladies Mitts and Gioves Ladies superior quality Mitts, regular 35c mitts, now . . . Ladies Golf Gloves, regular 30 and 50 cent gloves, now 25c Misses Mitts, regu- lar 35c quality, now 23c Baby Knit Mitts, white, regular 20 ct. quality, now . . . Sale Begins Saturday, January 22, 1910 And Continues Until These Articles Are Sold MEN'S PAJAMAS Men’s fine 85c Pajamas, now . i>sc Mens fine 1.25 Pajamas, now . j*JC. LADIES COAT SWEATERS Ladies all wool coat Sweaters, in Gray and Carmine, regular 3.00 values, buy now at . . MENS’ AND BOYS’ COAT SWEATERS Extra Heavy, all wool Maroon, gray trimmed Sweater Coats. A fine coat; sells everywhere at HfC $3.50, now .... * 0 Heavy all wool sweater yjQ coats, regular price $3, now Medium weight all wool coat sweaters, regular price $3, CO 07 now .... V“*J * Coat Sweaters, regular 1 A price $1.50, now . « Coat Sweaters, regular QQ $1.25 values, now JfOC Boys seventy-five cent Coat Sweaters, going at. . . . “•'U MEN S CAPS $1.50 Caps go- d«| i r ing at . «pl.lD All sl.2sCaps,go- QP ing at %/OL Seventy-five eent Caps, sold at . . Fifty cent Caps, A*)r sold at C MEN’S SOCKS Men’s extra heavy wool Socks, the regular 50c AO _ grade, now . . “'J'- Men’s extra heavy 00-, Wool Socks, 36c values Ladies’ and Children’s Overshoes Three-buckle Old Colony wo- men’s overshoes reglr 2.25, now $1.98 Women’s fine one-buckle over- shoes, regular 1.25 shoe, now . 98c Women’s low arctics, regular 1.25 shoe, now .... 98c Women’s one-buckle, medium heavy overshoes, reg. 1.00 seller 85c Boys one-buckle heavy over- shoes, sizes 12 -2, reg 1.35, now $1.05 Boys heavy 1-buckle overshoes, sizes, 2-6, regular 1.50, now $1.30 Misses one-buckle overshoes, sizes 12 -2, regular 1.00 shoe . 76c Child’s one-buckle overshoes, sizes 7-10 1-2, reg 85c shoe, now 70c Farmers Short Course Next Week. Thursday. Jen. 27, 1910. 9a. m.—Corn will be directed and lectured on from a seed corn and commercial valve standpoint. Each member of the class to bring 5 ears of corn any variety. Noon. 1 p. m.—Finish corn class. Judging of com by class. Small grain and grasses. Friday, Jan. 23, 1910. 9 a. m.—Horses, Draft, Type. Class of Brood mares. Class of Yearling fillies. Class of Youngsters. These horses willbe gone over for breed, type, diseases, blemishes , and market value. Every man | should enter this class and know | more about the horse. Noon. lp.m. —Cattle: D.’i; cows Beef' breeds. Lectr on : • pe>. disea and market •cmd.tii n. of in ¦ -.-a lions breeds. The gulf ;¦ iwt-. the [ oducerand consumer. Dim ing rcentage, feeding and mar- keting. 3 p. m.-Demonstration work, dress- ed beef and hogs. Come and be your own judge. Ladies should attend'thi:-' class as this work comes under domestic science, showing different cuts and their values, the handling of fresh and cured meats, dressing percentage and how to be a judge of good meat on the hook. The packing house methods willbe gone over. Don’t miss it. PREMIUMS—POULTRY. A. C. Zemanek. 3rd prize—4oc in nulse. J. 11. Fryberger, 40c in mdse. A. C. Zemanek. GRAINS.—Rev. D. S. Brown, supt. Corn, yellow or white, lctpremiun— SI. O. E. Stuart. 2nd 81, F. E. Reid- inger. 3rd 50c, F..E. Iteidinger, 60c O. E. Stuart. Corn, single car entry. Ist premi- um, Subscription to Kadoka Press. 2nd, 60c O. E. Stuart. Blue Stem Wheat, 1 peck—lst pre- mium, 81 in mdse. Kadoka Grain Co. 2nd 75c in mdse. “ “ “ About to Begin Oper- tho plant aro worked up from the restof tho structure, the provision for dressing rooms and lavatories for the employes and quarters for the gov- ernment oflieials. Work will be commenced with a force of ton men, all of whom are here and ready for business, some of them are now at work helping Mr. Hillget the machinery in shape for actual op- erations. Tho butchers are from Sioux City and are not only experts in this particular lino of packing honse work, but are also capable of assisting in all other departments of the plant. Henry H. Hill, brother of E. E. Hill, has been here for some time assisting in assembling the ma- chinery ami getting it ready for oper- ation. Opera House ations. The preparation*) which have been under way for tho pad few' weeks for the Short Course and Farmers’ institute haye been practically com- pleted and everything willbe in readi- ness for the opening on next Wed- nesday moring. At the request of E. E. Ilill,seero- tarv of the Rapid City Packing plant, which will begin operationu Monday, Dr. O. A. Johnson, of Sioux City, chief of the moat inspection depart- ment, arrived yesterday and spent the afternoon at the plant. Dr. Johnson was detailed to come here by Dr. D. A, Melvin, chief of the bureau of an- imal innustries, which is a part of the department of agriculture under Sec- retary Wilson. Dr. Johnson willspend today at the plant and before return- ing to Siout City will suggest what must be done in order to make the new paeking house cdmply strictly I with the requirements of the pure food lawn. These suggestions a/e I matters of detail involving the interi- ;or arrangements of the plant. The ' plant is practically completed, the ebinery is in place and everything : is in reacineis to begin killing cattle and hogs as soon as a small amount of shafting and pulleys is set. Mr. ilillhas already stored 450 tons of ice in the big ice house adjoining the plant and has 35 tons in the refrigera- tor witoiu the paeking house itself, i Considerable disappointment and no little annoyance has been caused by the failure of the city to put in a water main leading to the packing house. When he realized yesterday that the city would be unable to lay the main in time to furnish water with which to begin ojierations, Mr. ilillat once made plans to dig a well and this work is going forward now. Piaus of the plunt have been fent to the bureau of animal industries at Washington and an application lias been made fer twogovernment officials ,to be in constant attendance at the plant. One willbe a veterinarian and the other a meat inspector. It is the Intention of the management of the packing plant to run it in exact con- formation to the laws regulating food products, and with this in view Dr. Johnson will suggest certain arrange- ments in rooms, which willmake the plant conform exactly to requirements These details include the partitioning | off of rooms where the products of. ONE NIGHT ONLY Thursday January 27 We are publishing again the daily program and premium list and we hope that all farmers will take an interest in this work. There seems to be an impression abroad that only those who take the short course work will be entitled to compete for tho prizes. Thin is a mistake. The com- petition for the rtrizes altered is op n to all. the only restriction is that the exhibits muni lie er.b red by the owners. A splendid list of prizes is offered and those who exhibit v:i!l be well paid for their trouble if they se- cure the p-izes. ¦ Macaroni wheat, 1 peek.—lst $1 in mdse. J. T. Dot} . Oats, 1 peck—lst, $1 in mdse. Ka- doka Grain Co. 2nd, 75c m mdse. Kadoka Grain Co. Potatoes—sl for best peck of seed potatoes, F. E. Reidinger. The one entering the largest num- -1» of < \ IbyF. E. Reidinger. !’>'y .-< !. < be best five ears of -i . the elas- Vs-ork ¦ .11 i g,\ i Prof, lit Men’s boo:- . n Corn Culture by H. E. ILaubvui' Charles Ham, president (if the com- pany, willfurnish the first carload of prime fatted steers, from his ranch on Elk creek, and Ed StengeF willhave a carload of socially fatted hogs on hand Monday, when tho work of slaughtering willbo commenced. The promoters of the packing plant have done everything in their power to make the plant a creditable insti- tution to Rapid City. The building is constucted of the best material to be obtained in the market, the machin- ery is of the newest design aud all the details of the plant are up to date The output of the concern willbe ab- solutely clean in every respect and there is no possibility of diseased an- imals being killed or of unwholesome meat finding its way to the table. The products of the company will be put upon the market in neat pack- ages with the company’s label at- tractively displayed. After taking so much pains to organize a new indust- ry here it would seem to be up to Rapid City housekeepers to call for the products of the Rapid City Pack- ing Company.—Rapid City Journal. Mr. Lee Moses takes pleasure in offering the evergreen of society plays EAST LYNNE Arrangements have been made to secure the front room of the Thode building to hold the sessions and to display tho products. Those who take the work will act as the judges of the various exhibits in awarding the prizes. Best roll of butter, a fancy teapot by Otto C. Sharon. The one securing the largest num- ber of first prizes, $1 in mdse. J. T. Doty. CATTLE department, George 11. Decker, Supt. Best beef type cow, any beef breed. Ist premium $2 cash Kadoka State Bank. 2nd $1 Kadoka State Bank. Best beef type, young animal, any sex. Ist $1 Kadoka State Bank. 2nd $1 Kadoka State Lank. Best dairy type cow, Ist ?1 in mdse. A. C. Zemanek. 2nd $1 in mdse. A. C. Zemanek. On Friday night the work will be closed with a rousing meeting at tho Opera House, coneistiug of number of talks from our leading farmers and agriculturist intersperced witha num- ber of musical and literary numbers. Everyone is cordially invited to at- tend this evening entertainment which which promises to be very interesting. The class work is open to all. If you can’t bt\ present all three days come in and take one or more days of the work. The days that you do not attend willbe your loss. The greatest sermon ever told in dramatic form. A superb com- pany, pretty stage ef- fects, magnificent ward- robe, delightfully inter- esting situations, enter- taining climaxes, verit- able flood of charming delights. : - : : t- »'v - ,.. »c> t be t tniv. tul t «. .. . in mdse. , in mdse. Kadoka PROGRAM. —6oc In mdse. Johnson & Mou.. Short Course in Agriculture, Wed- Any trio of any breed having com- • nesday, Jan. 28, 1910. petition: Ist prize—Bl.oo in mdse. R.^t^vounmie* 9a. m. —Judging of swine, their dis- Nat Stevenson. $1 in mdse. Kadoka ‘ . eases, breeding value. Market Drug Co. 2nd prize—60 ct» in mdse. * ‘ " ’**' value and short talk on feeding. Chastka & Co. Jrd prize— oOc in mdse f‘° , n.._ Noon. Chastka & Co. 'rheCommercial Clubreeerve the a ei m> lp.m. —Poultry, lecture on American BUTTER. —Best 2lb roll of butter: nK “ ’ n aIU aJl ' ° le lrht l' 11 t »^ breed.;, their disoase. habits and Ist prize—sl in mdse. J.H. Fryberger, ,nuln‘K™ lll or a< %eris ng purposes. ts .... judgii g. I.adies should join this $1 in mdse. A.C. Zem&uek, fl in mdse. ~ “ f r t, colic... class. Poultry should be exhibit Nat Stevenson. 2nd prize—6o cts in Call at the Fair store and get that titi i day of Decemu*.-. e<} single bjpd op trio?. appe. J, 11. Fryberger, 60c in md .<*. tun of clothe*, ’ f 36-lt CHAMIE & V It ’'S - :¦ zj* >/ -Wtfy'irti jrM i:¦% ¦ .'V' . Best trio Plymouth Rock chickens, any color. Ist prize—$1.00 worth of merchandise by Johnson & Moore Co. $1 mdse Kadoka Drug Co. $1 mdse. Chastka & Co. 2nd prize—oo cents Johnson & Moore Co. 60c . Drug Co. 3rd prize s i ore Col HORSES department. Best draft typo brood mare, Ist, $2 Bank of Ka- doka. 2nd, $1 Geo. McDonald. 3rd, $1 Bank of Kadoka. 4 th, $1 in mdse. R. W. Gross. . Best draft type yearling filly. Ist, $1 G. McDonald. 2nd $1 in mdse. R. \V. Gross. ed- 0 a. J i is- l . i . i - : * i ri s 3 oOc a l i l c § . auek, *1 J c . 6o e w nrihe. . B. fe. NOTICE. est youngster draft type. Jst, $1 Bank of Kadoka. 2nd, (1 Bank of Kadoka. T Commerci r serve t right to retain any of th fi s pre- mium grain f dvertising Notice is hereby given that we have left our accounts for collection at the Kadoka State Bank, where they will remain for a period of forty days from this date. All account* which are not settled by Feb. loth, 1910 willbe placed in our attorney's hands for lection. Dated at Kadoka this 31st ber, 1909. 5 It BERANEY. 1 p. m. ltry, s, e , .; L t h t d si l ir r t j s. F. E. Reidinger Land Agency deals In all kinds of Real Estate. Call In. ll t i ot fcuii gj s. »

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