The Kadoka Press in Kadoka, South-Dakota
1 Jul 1910

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1 Jul 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - July 1, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaLUME 111 KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1910 SIG AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY f^rrrr—>iu INMAN’S AUCTION STORE, Kadoka, S.D. LOANS| We Make Farm Loans at Current Rate of Interest WE HAVE THE MONEY £ Our Methods Are Simple and Prompt -J Kadoka State Bank | J. P. SERR, Cashier & Kadoka Loses a Fast Ball Game. Moved by Trustee Kelling thal'the Town Clerk be instructed to go t.> Fort Pierre to investigate the Town assessment in regard to waterworks petition. Seconded by Trustee Zc- majiek. Vote by roll call: Trustee Jones, yes. Trustee Kelling, yes. Trustee Zemanek. yes. Motion carried. M rd by Trustee Zemanek that the cemetery be deeded to J. L. White and E. T. N'dlor, and they are not to charge over $lO for each lot, if that is the regular charge for lots in other cemeteries. Seconded by Trustee Kelling. Vote by roll call: Trustee Jones, yes. Trustee Kelling, yes. Trustee Zemanek, yes. Motion carried. Moved to adjourn to the call ot the Chairman. Otto Sharon, Clerk. Kadoka, S. D., May 21, 1910. Beard of Trustees of the Town of Kadoka, S. 1)., met as per adjourn- ment. Members present, J. A . Jones, F. 11. Kelling and A. (,’. Zemanek. The bond of Elias Shook, was read and upon motion it was accepted. Th" p i ens of Jans s V. ton. •: and i'.ank Sunek to soil intoxicatin'- liquors at retail in the to’ << f t ka, S. 1)., said petition w< sig! by twenty-six free holders of the town of Kadoka. S. D.. and upon motion of Kelling the petitions were accept- ed, and ordered published. Frances Rounds being present, then presented the following resolution, and keel the board of Trustees to grant the resolution. Whereas, Frances Rounds appeared before the Board of Trustees of the Town of Kadoka, S. D., and applied for a permit to build and operate a telephone exchange, in the town of Kadoka. S. D, Beit resolved, ThatFrancesßounds, his assigns, be and he is hereby grant- ed the right and privilege, to build and operate a telephone exchange in the Town of Kadoka, 8. D., and to build and run telephone lines in and out of \id Town of Kadoka, S. D., end hfrreby granted the use of the (Contiued on last page.) Brown’s Tennessee Rats nn<l .Min- strels were the attractions in our city Tuesday. In the afternoon their ball team crossed bats with the Kadoka toaxi at the Eair Grounds bail park and came out of the game with the long end of an Bto 1 score. The ne- groes ulayed a good clean game and no rag chewing was indulged in. Fred Haas of this city and W. A. Brown manager of the Rats did the umpiring and not an objection was registered to their decisions. Rice and Solon was the battery for Kadoka and did good work. George pitched n gilt edge game and the “coons” did not get an earned run off Ricp’s pitching, making only two hits in the entire nine* innings and had the sup- port been up to the standard of his pitching bo would have shut out the visitors. The local team made six hits but were able to score only one run. This is only the third game for the locals and that they held a teim playing every day as well as they did is a matter of satisfaction. A strong south wind was blowing and made the day disagreeable but the game was fast and intensely in- teresting from start to finish. • In the first inning the ‘coons’ sent three men across home plate and did the same in the fourth, and in the eighth and ninth innings they scored one run. One lonely run came in the last half of the sixtii inning when Biddle went to first on a hit and scored on Jack Hughes’ two-bagger. An unusual feature of the game came in the fifth inning when Biddlo made the three put outs unassisted. In the sixth round Clay and Jackson were the vic- tims of a fast ¦ double by Swisher to Biddle. The line-up of the teams were as follows: Solou c Bell. Ilraehcyec 3b Goodell. Biddle lb Davis. J. Hughes ss Pertell. Emerson If Dixon. Rice p Jackson. Swisher 2b Jacobs. B. Hughes rf Clay. S. Hughes ef Anderson. Score by innings: Rats 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 I—B Kadoka o 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 o—l In the evening they gave a minstrel show in the Opera House that was thoroughly enjoyed by the large au- dience present. Just before the ball game and again in the evening their band gave a concert on the street. TOWN BOARD PROCEEDINGS. Kadoka, S. D., May fl, 1910. Board of Trustees of the Town of Kadoka, S. D., met in regular session Members present Trustees J. A. Jones, Fred H. Kelling anil A. C. Zemanek. Moved by Trustee Kelling that.!,A. Jones aet as chairman for the ensu- ing year. ¦HN>HMaMaW«n>MB>M>aWMMBRR*«I>WJI>MWOTWW. <WWWSimsW WW—TIW—WIWS Tftrne a w*1w ¦ >7 —— ————ll The Hot Summer Days Have I« Come At Last | g Nov; is the time to buy that I | Straw Hat, Light Under- wear and Soft Shirts, and | the Clothing Store is the place to buy it at the right £ price. | t I R. w. gross7|| >??«??«?«?*<k*** 04»«4 LUMBER! LUMBER !i HARD and SOFT COAL j WIRE ! 0 A SALT ? ? : w Also a Complete Line of . $ Windows, Doors, Paper $ Roofing;, etc., always on $ hand. ? « : PRICES RIGHT; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED * JAS. A. SMITH I Moved by Trustee Zemanek that F. H. Kelling act as Chairman for* the unsuing year. Moved by Trustee Jones that A. C. ZeniHiiek act as Chairman for the en- suing year. Trustee Zemanek withdrew hi s nomination of Trustee Kelling and upon vote Trustee Jones was elected Chairman for the ensuing year. The clerk was instructed to notify the County Auditor that the amount of money that the Town of Kadoka would need for. the ensuing year would be £500.00 for the running ex- penses. Moved by Trustee Kelling that Elias Shook be appointed the Town ; Marshal for the ensuing year. Aotion s< eonded by Trustee Zenianek. Vote ’ by roll call: Trustee Jones, yes. i Trustee Kelling, yes. Ttustee Zemanek, yes. Motion carried. Motion made by Trustee Kelling that the official printing be given to E. T. Nellor for the ensuing year. Sec- , untied by Trustee Zenianek. Vote by roll call: Trustee Jones, yes. Trustee Kelling, yes. Trustee Zemanek, yes. Motion carried. Motion made by Trustee Zemanek that the Chairman* notify A. G. Granger that his services as Town Attorney willnot be wanted for the ensuing year, as the Board of Trustees thinks that it would be cheaper for : them to employ’ an attorney when ' needed, than to employ’ one for the • year. Seconded by Trustee Kelling. i Vote by roll call: Trustee Jones, yes. Trustee Kelling,'yes. Trustee Zemanek, yes. I Motion carried. jfet &£«£&£££££ « « * Martin Johnson, President 0. E. Stuart, Cashier K D. H. Henry, Vice President E. E. Dyketnan, Ass’t Cashier BANK OF KADOKA I (INCORPORATED' Pay Your Taxes Here |£ Collections made on liberal terms. Surety Bonds furnished on short notice. We f sell Domestic and Foreign Exchange. S We insure City and Farm Property * ’ against loss by Fire Lightning and Tornado. . . .'YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED . . . * Officially Designated Depository for Stnaley County Funds R* W » » wr •. . . THE KADOKA PRESS. NUMBER 9 i The Kadoka Harness Shop, ; ' j> Light and Heavy Harness made to order. Saddles, blankets, Robes o o Ail kinds of Repairing neatly and promptly done.* 0 I Carry a Cemt>lst» bine of Clever Brand Stock Tonic. / £ ]. A. Fraser, ... Kadoka, South Dakota. £ ? * v?+? •* ? v<• •: * REMEMBER ’* i R. G. Skrove’s Furniture Store : * WHEN IN NEED OF | Furniture, Wall Paper, Sewing Machines, * <• * , Picture Frameing and Rugs. | ¦? * I * YOURS FOR, BUSINESS . - R. G. SKROVE. I •** •** •»’ ••• *?* ? **• •** -•*•!* **••?* ’»• ••• •** *?***•’******?*'’** ’*•••• ‘¦***‘< •*’*•*****•* *•’•!* » —TV ’i».d>K .<TwafW<fiKa» »IIWWfWi -HT—MMUH ITM'II f X * ‘Farm Land £ i N ft| Stanley County £ I SKROVE BROS. LAND CO. ft ' Kadoka, South Dakota. n* Is Your Land On Our List? t- WE WRITE FIRE, CYCLONE AND HAIL INSURANCE. £ W , if J Get’ Your Work Dorie ai Frs&; Office. s•*. A i rM '¦ i1 i k- &¦¦•'?s r- k* i •’». Z i’-.jji .jf £ J PLACES one of our NEW 25 year guaranteed Upright PIANOS sn your HOME and then SI.OO per week pays the balance. ' I Free Stool-Free Scarf-Free Delivery 9 The Greatest Opportunity of the Year! These exceptionally low terms will only be quoted for a short time. Don’t Delay ! Don’t Delay I * And make your selection from the largest and most complete stock of New, Beautiful, High Grade Pianos ever displayed in South Dakota. REMEMBER- -We are Here’to Stay and make Every Promise Good. w—awwiwbwiranwaMwawan 'y’SPKTWWHv m 1 a. hmm ww—w The Schmoller & ftiueller Company I 312 North Main Street, Mitchell, S. D. Manufacturers, Wholesalers and Retailers. LIVE - DEALERS - WANTED - EVERYWHERE w. fl >

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