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

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10 Jun 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - June 10, 1910, Kadoka, South Dakota& THE KADOKA PRESS. OLUME 111 KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910 BIG AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY DEATH ENDS HONEYMOON. Sioux City, la., June 9, 1910. Spec- ial.—Death ended the honeymoon of three days duration of Mrs. Frank B. Sherwood, 28 years of age, at two o’- clock Saturday afternoon when she was killed by an Illinois Central pas- senger train at the Milwaukee station in Arion, la. At INMAN’S AUCTION STORE, Kadoka, S.D. **<«<!«< LOANS We Make Farm Loans at Current Rate of Interest Mrs. Sherwood, who was Miss Mary Broderick, a graduate of the Sioux City high school and of the normal department at Morning Side college, was married in Sioux City Wednesday morning of last week as the culmina- tion of a romance which had its growth during the time the principals were “proving up” on adjoining claims in Stanley county, S. D.WE HAVE THE MONEY Our Methods Are Simple and Prompt Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Saturday were on their way home from Vail, lowa, where they had been visiting the parents of the bridegroom. It is necessary to change from the North- western to the Milwaukee railroad at Arion. Mrs. Sherwood had started to walk from the Milwaukee station toward the little town, when she heard a train whistle. Thinking it was the one she was to board, she ran for the depot. Just as she stepp- ed to the middle of the Illinois Cen- tral track, which crosses the Milwau- kee at that point, the engine struck her and the entire train passed over her body. With horror the young husband, who was standing but a few feet away, saw his young wife go to her death. He had not noticed her approach, and turned helpless to as- sist as he heard his wife scream. Kadoka State Bank J. P. SERR, Cashier *»?>**»* 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 Clothing Store. Call and Be Convinced That Prices Are Right R. W. GROSS. The last chapter in this tragic death was written Tuesday morning when the body, clothed in the gown in which she was married hut a few days before was lowered into a grave in Mt. Cavalary cemetery, which was lined with the flowers which had formed the decorations for the wedd- ing ceremony. The services took place in St. Joseph’s Catholic church at 9 o’clock and were conducted by Father Archambault, who officiated at the wedding. The church was crowded with relatives and friends of the deceased woman. Both Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood are well known to a large number of our readers, having homestead near Wil- lard, and their heartfelt sympathy goes out to the young husband, in this sad hour of his bereavement. FROM OUR EXCHANGES. iAAA A ?W?????? The special election held yesterday for the purpose of voting on bonds for a waterworks system resulted almost unanimously in the affirmative, the vote being 94 for issuing bonds and 2 against the proposition. The result of the school bonds for a school house stood 103 for issuing and 3 against it. Both the propositions showed clearly the disposition of cur citizens tor a better, larger and more enduring town. —Bad River News. LUMBER! LUMBER! HARD and SOFT COAL WIRE SALT Homesteaders’ Troubles. Johnathan Palmer, a homesteader J who recently came to Davidson, S. D. < fully believes he is a Jonah of South I Dakota homesteaders. When he ar- ; rived here he made his selection of a < homestead through a locator, who, it J tunned out had located him on the ' wrong quarter section. Palmer then < I located on another quarter section ( and erected a house and barn upon the land. In the meantime he had < ' forwarded his entry papers to the j United Slates land office for the dis- ’ * trict. He had completed his house < and barn when he was officially in- J 1 formed by the land office that another < entry covering the same land had < ’ been tendered and accepted twenty- J ¦ four hours before his entry papers had < ’ been received. Palmer now has of- < 1 fered his entry on another quarter J f section but itis doubtful if he willbe < at>le to remain on it any length of < time.—Philip News. ! i < ¦ Red Oak Express: We smoke. J 5 While we are not proud of the fact * " we do not feel it to be a matter of 1 disgrace. If we were a boy again as - ' wise as we think we are now, we - would cut tobacco off our program i 'of life along with other useless acces- , series. It is not conductive to either i health, wealth or happiness. But i there is no particular shame to be at- t tached to the use of tobacco, and we i have little objection to a man from 21 years up using tobacco in modera- e tion. But we do object to seeing a j r young man wain down or up.or across » or upon the street with a young lady, >• smoking a cigar or any other form of f the weed. There is only one condi- s tion in our opinion which makes thia ; 8 act excusable, and that is the fact j t» j that the yonng lady is also smoking— | 8 or chewing gum. h FARMERS— HaiI insurance on your crop should be looked after now. Bee A. G. Bkrovb, about it. The Kadoka ( South Dakota,) Press which is now’ in its third year and has been conducted since its establish- ment by DurKje & Nellor, was pur- chased last week by the latter and willhereafter be conducted by him This is E. T. Nellor formerly in the newspaper business in Orchard. The Press has been one of the live papers of Stanley county and no doubt Ed willkeep it up to its former standard. We wish him well. Orchard (Nebr.) News. Also a Complete Line of Windows, Doors, Paper Roofing, etc., always on hand. Wm. Durkee of the Kadoka Preen announces in last week’s issue that he has severed his connection with that paper and E. T. Nellor the other member of the firm willcontinue as the exclusive owner and manager. The Press made its initial appearance about two years ago and has been a big factor in shaping the destiny of Kadoka and enjoys a liberal patron- age from the business men. While we regret to learn of Mr. Durkee’s retirement from the newspaper field, we trust that the Press anil continue to enjoy the prosperity to which it is entitled.—Bad River News. The last issue of Kadoka Press con- tains the announcement of the trans- fer of half interest in that publication owned by Wm. Durkee, to his partner, i E. T. Nellor, who will go it alone in the future. The paper was started two years ago by Messrs. Durkee & : Nellor, and they have published a rattling good paper from the very -tart. There is no reason to believe that the paper will deterorate under the owner ship of Mr. Nellor and it is hoped the paper will continue to re- I ceive the patronage of the people oi i Kadoka and vicinity in the future as lit has in the past. Mr. Durkee does | not make any announcement as tc what his future plans may be but his many friends in this county willwish him the verv best of success in what- ever business he may decide to en- gage.—Alexandria Herald. PRICES RIGHT; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JAS. A. SMITH * « « « £ ££ « « « <j£ * Martin Johnson, President 0. E. Stuart, Cashier vniWi D- H. Henry, Vice President E. E. Dykeman, Ass't Cashier top k Ti. BANK OF KADOKA £ ytenundor (INCORPORATED! tM ‘h e »ch<»i roc Pay Your Taxes Here Whet, talk!, PhrsHao fc. , & Po «’n am p, lections made on liberal terms. Surety X. 'touT J 'Bonds furnished on short notice. We ; “'wishing sjell Domestic and Foreign Exchange, ft ' insure City and Farm Property T, gainst loss by Fire Lightning and J X’’*™';ornado. * Mer. ft «d’S nJiTOUB BUSINESS SOLICITED . . . * ft son.- M Officially Designated * itory for Stanley County Funds ft »**»**»»?*>**'* ¦"'J. NUMBER 0 i **<*4*«**'f*««««sf jfaf«««* j A LETTER TO THE FARMERS: a j READ == ‘ W Prospects have never been better for a bumper crop of Ik 2m Small Grain, an early spring with sufficent rainfall has put g£ ’W crops in the finest possible condition. There is only one Wk <ate. £ thing that stands in your way of realizing a profit from your ? M seed and labor. That is the danger from W * HAIL::.- | W fk Every season a hail storm strikes one locality or an- W* other. This year we would like to see every field in the Ik W Ik country protected in a Reliable Hail Insurance Company, be- W cause if a loss does occur then it will mot be felt and the Hk prosperity of the community will go on unchecked. * = GENTLEMEN= | We represent the Farmers' State Mutual Hail Insurance g£ * Co., of Waseca, Minn., because they are the Strongest, Cheap- Wk est and Best Hail Insurance Co. This company has always paid Wi all losses in full--no pro-rating, and the rates have always W W Wk i been at least twenty-five per cent cheaper than stock com- W panies. Why not come in the next time you are in town and |jk let us write you some Insurance on your crop? You'll feel S W better after you have done it! Do it now, Don't wait, it Wk costs no more, and &| YOU PAY THIS FALL it * Don't forget to drop in at our office and talk it over Wk next time you come to town. We also write Fire Insurance in |g£ * the Continental, of New York, and the Atlas, of Des Moines. |w * Wk i SKROVE BROS. LAND COMPANY I * Farms - Ranches - City Property - Loans £ A. A. AA. A.A.AA.A.AAA.A.AA a. a. a a a. a a. a. < ’ The Kadoka Harness Shop. Light and Heavy Harness made to order. Saddles, Blankets, Robos!, All kinds of Repairing neatly and promptly done.!' I Carry a Complete Line of Clover Brand Stock Tonic. <, |. A. Fraser, ... Kadoka, South Dakota. »????????????????????????? aaaa A4AAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA<AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA<I The City Meat Market. y Has just received a large shipment of SaLT FISH ; \ which we are are offering to the trade. ; J < p Herring, Salmon, White Fish & Brick Cod Fish ;'We also receive weekly shipments of FRESH FISH. Give Us a Call. ;; J. P. Eddy, Proprietor. A. A. SHOOK J. P. CLARK SHOOK & CLARK LIVERYMEN FEED AND SALE STABLE, Good Teams-Good Rigs--Careful Drivers KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA. First-Class Blacksmith Shop in Connection All Work Promptly Done. Give Us a Call. J. H. DITHMER, - - - Manager. ‘¦mb* £ £ K * *

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