The Kadoka Press in Kadoka, South-Dakota
3 Jun 1910

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3 Jun 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - June 3, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaTHE KADOKA PRESS. VOLUME 111 v KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910 NUMBER 5 I BIG AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY i —-- | At INMAN’S AUCTION STORE, Kadoka, S.D. ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦ **HH**4HHH*H*«m«*????«??????????????•?????? : The Kadoka Harness Shop. : ? Light ®'»d Heavy Harness made to order. Saddles, Blankets, Robes $ ? All kinds of Repairing neatly and promptly done. ? ? I Carry a Complete Line of Clover Brand Stock Tonic. J ? |. A. Fraser, ... Kadoka, South Dakota. ? ? *????*???????????????????? ¦>????????????????????????> | Some Special Values ¦ * Men’s Suits . . . $7.00 to $20.00 < ’ Boy’s Knee Pants Suits $1.50 to $5.00 $ : . •;! Some Special Values in Boy’s and Men’s Odd Pants. Everything To Be Found In An Up-to-Date ’ i Clothing Store. ! i ’’ ’ d Call and Be Convinced That Brices Are Right r. wT groTs7|| | LUMBER! C LUMBER !j j HARD and SOFT COAL || WIRE : •: : : SALT : '? < ? J : X Also a Complete Line of X X Windows, Doors, Paper X Roofing, etc.,’ always on X ? • ? X hand. X ft PRICES RIGHT; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ft i JAS. A. SMITH | ????444444404444444«444*44 ?????????????????????????? ««««««<* I LOANS 1 * * * We Make Farm Loans at Current * $ Rate of Interest j « ' * $ WE HAVE THE MONEY £ 8 £ * Our Methods Are Simple and Prompt J I Kadoka State Bank * , J. P. SERR, Cashier a I RURAL ROUTE NUMBER ONE. • - - Washington, D. C., May 26, 1910. Postmaster, Kadoka, 8. D. Order to establish Kadoka Rural Route signori today .Please 1 notify patrons. E. W. Martin, : The above telegram was received by our postmaster last Thurday after- noon, just after the Press had been mailed. The rural route to which it refers is the one petitioned for by R. R. Jewett and others over a year ago. The Detit ion circulated and forwarded to the denartment at Washington asked for this route with a tri-weekly service, but on May 27, 1909, Carl Egge, rural route inspector, arrived here and in company with A. G. Skrove drove over t he proposed route and stated that he believed the route was capable of supporting a daily ser- vice and so recommended it. The promoters of the route had almost given up hope of securing the route when the above telegram was receiv- ed and for that reason the news is doubly welcome to them. Th* route as granted starts on the section fine east of town and runs north to the M. P. Sager place, then east one mile, thence north seven : miles, thence east three miles to the i townshio line, thence south on the I township line nine miles to the Julius ; Boldenow place, thence west four' miles to the section line west of town I and then south one mile into town. The new route will serve about sixty patrons and is a forward step in bring- ing to this part of Stanley county the ' accomodations and comforts of the farmers of the east. An examination will probably be | held at the local postofiice in the near future for rural route carrier and ser- vice on Kadoka Rural Route No. 1 i will commence about July Ist. Peti- tions for other routes willbe circulat- ed and forwarded to Washington this summer. Other towns west of the river that were granted routes at the same time as Kadoka are Draper No. 2, Belyi ! dere and Philip. LIST OF PRIMARY CANDIDATES REPUBLICAN PARTY For members of Congress Charles H. Burke, Pierro. Eben W. Martin, Deadwood. John F. Schrader, Rapid City, i Thomas Thorson, Cantor. Judge of Supreme Court, 4th District ' Ellison G. Smith, Yankton. Judge of Supreme Court, sth District J James 11. McCoy, Aberdeen. For governor Samuel 11. Elrod, Clark. Robert S. Vessey, Pierre. George W. Egan, Sioux Falls. Lieutentant Governor Joseph W. Farm ley, Ipswich. Frank M. Byrne, Faulkton. Secretary of State Charles J. Dousman, Lemmon. Samuel C. Polley, Deadwood. Attorney General Titus E. Price, Yankton. Royal C. Johnson, Highmore. State Auditor Henry B. Anderson, Mitchell. John Bibelheimer, Selby. State Treasurer George G. Johnson, Canton. A. W. Ewert, Pierre. Commissoner School and Public lands Kingsley G. Foster, Kenyon. F. F. Brinker, Madison. Superintendent of Public Instruction A. H. Seymour, DeSmet. C. G. Lawrence, Canton. Railroad Commissioner William G. Smith, Sturgis. W. E. Benedict, Belle Fourche. Circuit Judge, Lyman T. Boucher, Pierra. John F. Hughes, Ft. Pierre. State Senator, John G. Bartine, Oacoma. Representative, C. L. Mellett. Fort Pierre. Dr. C. J. Lavery, Ft. Pierre. County Auditor, Charles M. Price, Cedar Fork. County Treasurer, Bjron L. Clow, Philip. Enoch McKay, Grandfield. Register of Deeds, John McKillip, Manilla. Sheriff, Geo. T. Porch, Kadoka. C. E. Coyne, Hayes. Geo. Belford, Interior. Lester Marrington, West Fork. I Clerk of Courts, Andy Rickets, Ft. Pierre. I County Judge, H. M. Dinsmore, Teton. ' States Attorney, Alvin Waggoner, Philip. Superintendent of Schools, Grace A. Reed, Meers, A LETTER TO THE FARMERS: == READ =1 Prospects have never been better for a bumper crop of Small Grain, an early spring with sufficent rainfall has put crops in the finest possible condition. There is only one thing that stands in your way of realizing a profit from your seed and labor. That is the danger from = ha IL " Every season a hail storm strikes one locality or an- other. This year we would like to see every field in the country protected in a Reliable Hail Insurance Company, be- cause if a loss does occur then it will mot be felt and the prosperity of the community will go on unchecked. —GENTLEMEN= We represent the Farmers' State Mutual Hail Insurance t Co., of Waseca, Minn., because they are the Strongest, Cheap- f * 1 est and Best Hail Insurance Co. This company has always paid t all losses in full--no pro-rating, and the rates have always been at least twenty-five per cent cheaper than stock com- panies. Why not come in the next time you are in town and let us write you some Insurance on your crop? You'll feel t better after you have done it! Do it now, Don't wait, it r costs no more, and | YOU PAY THIS FALL I Don't forget to drop in at our office and talk it over I next time you come to town. We also write Fire Insurance in | the Continental, of New York, and the Atlas, of Des Moines. | SKROVE BROS. LAND COMPANY! Farms - Ranches - City Property - Loans County Assessor, Frank L. Norman, Grindstone. Guy L. Hart, Rousseau. County Surveyor, Roy H. Townsend, Ft. Pierre. County Coroner, Dr. C. C. Winter, Kadoka. DEMOCRAT PARTY Members of Congress W. W. Soule, Rapid City. J. E. Kelley, Colcinau. Governor Chauncy L. Wood, Rapid City. Lieutenant Governor A. L. Davenport, Vermillion. Secretary of State John T. Cogan, Sioux Falls. Attorney General W". A. Lynch, Huron. State Auditor David M. Finnegan, Yankton. State Treasurer A. A. Boynton, Plankinton. Commissioner School and Public lands F. B. Ravmond, Vilas. Superintendent of Public Instruction R. F. Lyons. Jr., Vermillion. Railroad Commissioner Warren Young, Fort Pierre. Representative Dr. C. R. Rentz, Meers. Treasurer Francis P. Ryan, Midland Auditor M. P. Kennedy, Fort Pierre. Register of Deeds C. Rousseau, Powell. Clerk of Courts Frank W. Coy, Nowlin. Sheriff J. D. Carr, Carlin. County Judge David Moore, Fort Pierre. PROHIBITION PARTY For Member of Congress W. J. Edgar, Northville. Knute Lewis, Lake Preston. Governor O. W. Butterfield, Miller. Lieutenant Governor A. U. Granstrom, Webater. Secretary of State G. W. Mingus, Sioux Falls. State Auditor Ed. M. Newcomb, Woonsocket. State Treasurer John D. Wilson, Brookings. Commissioner School and Public lands J. A. Hinsvark, Biandt. i Superintendent of Publio Instruction W. G. Jolley," Castlewood. Railroad Commissioner ‘ W. 8. Rowden. Hot Springs. C. E. Coyne for Sheriff C. E. Coyne for Sheriff The City Meat Market. ;; Has just received a large shipment of SaLT FISH g which we are are offering to the trade. o < ? ;; Herring, Salmon, White Fish & Brick Cod Fish 3 < ? o We also receive weekly shipments of FRESH :: FISH. Give Us a Call. ;!¦ J. P. Eddy, Proprietor. X??????????????????????????» -' '————— & * << << « 4 «« « « « « ir W Martin Johnson, President 0. E. Stuart, Cashier |fk D. H. Henry, Vice President E. E. Dykeman, Ass’t Cashier 3 BANK OF KADOKA St 'INCORPORATES#/ S 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 * Jj against loss by Fire Lightning and j£ Officially Designated ft Depository for Stanley County Funds (ft. 4 W . 4 | * * X ft

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