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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - June 10, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaSkrov* Bro*. for Farm Loan*. Geo. Porch was an Interior visitor Monday. We pay the cash for cream. J. H. Fryberger. D. C. Weesner was up from Weta yesterday. Have von seen those cash premiums at Zemanek’s. E. D. Aldrich and wife were oyer from Philip Saturday. Money to Loan on Farms. F. E. Reidinger Land Agency. A. Merkle was a visitor in our city Friday from Chamberlain. J. E. Sexton, of Des Moines, was viewing this country Monday. If you want to buy a horse or team see John Craven, south of Weta. F. E. Reidinger drove to Philip yes- terday with a party of landseekers. Geo. H. Decker and family spent Saturday at Belvidere, visiting friends. Louis Karmann, of Decorah, la., visited friends in our citv last Friday. Ole K. Elenger, of Mitchell, spent the latter part of the week in this city. E. C. Bryant was here from Eater- ville, lowa, the latter part of last week. J. L. White, took the election re- turns of this precinct to Fort Pierre Wednesday. Jud Pepper willcry yonr sale. You can make dates at this office or write him at Philip. . tf. Mrs. T. R. Baisch and baby depart- ed Saturday night for a visit with her parents at Princeton, 111. M. D. Boswell, Francis Rounds and R. G. Skrove spent Sunday at the Craven rarch south of Weta. Skrove Bros. Land Co. sold Fred Radtke ranch last Saturday to Earl C. Bryant of Esterville, lowa. F. E. Reidinger Land Agency deals in all kinds of Real Estate. Call In. Fred A. Mix, editor of the Ft. Pierre Fairplay, was a visitor in our city Saturday. We acknowledge a pleas- ant call. F. H. Kinney of Philip, was a vis- itor in our City Friday. He had been spending the week at the Scotty Brown ranch. Elmer Richards came over from his claim near Cottomwood Friday and that night departed for a visit with his parents at Platte. Has your aubacription to the Press expired. You had better renew it right away and get one hundred print- ed envelopes absolutely free. Joe Coverdale was in the city Wed- nesday from Elk Point and purchased a quarter section of Stanley county soil from the Skrove Bros. Land Co. ESTRAYED—A bay mare 8 years old, weighs about 1050, branded F slash on right shoulder. Notify Chas. N. Snyder or leave word at this office. Weekly market report furnished by Kadoka Grain Co. Corrected every Thursday: Blue Stem Wheat perbu... 92c Velvet Chaff Wheat 88c Durum Wheat... 75c Flax... $1.75 Gats 38c Barley ..' -45 c Corn 50c NOTICE. All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to the firm of Durkee & Nellor are requested to call at the Press office and settle their accouats at once. All bills are payable to E. T. Nellor anil all accounts outstanding against the said firm are payable by him. Durkee & Nellor. ENDERS’ DOLLAR Safety Razor jff, **??* PLAtycs We believe this to bo tho best Safety Razor for tho price. WE SELL JT CH TRIAL Yon to bo tho Judge as to whether it is not tho best Razor you ever tried, ter tho money. Put up in neat case with seven keen edge blades, fl*"I 00 Price I “ Extraßlades.fivefcraQuarter J. T. DOTY T ke Hardware Man Kadob Souf- akoH. For bargains go to Zemanek’s Skrova Bro*. Land Co. Sell Land. Nicit Conner was up from Allen on Saturday. For everying in Hardware go to Ze- in anek’s. A. Mortenson drove over from Cot- tonwood Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Baker, of Delmont, spent Sunday in our city. E. R. Olson, of Murdo, visited rela- tives in this city Wednesday. Earl G. Clark and wife, of Savanna, 111., visited in our city Friday. F. E. Reidinger wants to see you about insurance. A. F. Hollis, of Council Bluffs, la., arrived Saturday and spent Sunday here. Geo. Schoenfelder of Cottonwood, was a business visitor in our city last Friday. Y. Nisa and P. Haugen, of Geddes, were landseekers in this city the first of the week. A. B. Helms is enjoying a visit from his father, who arrived Wednesday night from Remsen, lowa. Money to loan on farms from SSOO to SI,OOO. Call at the F. E. Reidinger Land Office, Kadoka. S. D. J. F. Hrachovec and family moved in.o the F. E. Reidinger house in the north part of town last Friday. NOTlCE—Notice is hereby given that I will not stand my stallion, Chezary, for service this season. Wm. Hickox. On Wednesday the Skrove Bros. Land Company sold a quarter section of land west of town to W. Coverdale of Vermillion. The first of the week Neils Neilson purchased the Louie Matucha quarter northwest of town. The Skrove B.'os. Land Co. made the deal. J. Dithmer arrived Tuesday night from Sutherland, la., and is visiting his sons Henry and Herman and daughter Miss Anna Dithmer. Mike Barth and wife departed Tues- day night for Dyersville, Butte coun- ty, lowa, being called there by the serious illness of Mr. Barth’s mother. A letter received this week from 11. H. Stuart, Dentist, who is now at Alturs, Calif., states that he cannot get to Kadoka to locate for about six weeks. Dr. C. C. Winter returned Wednes- day night to his studies at St. Louis, after spending the past week in Ka- doka. He will visit bis parents at Presho. The tennis court has been changed around and fixed up and the local players willnow begin to get in shape for the tennis tournament which will be held here this fall. Have you secured one of those Ka- doka Booster Buttons? If you have not you should see A. G. Skrove, sec- retary of the Kadoka Kommercial Klub and get one right away. Our little city has been crowded with land seekers this week and the real estate dealers have been busy showing them the unequaled qualities of the southern Stanley county farms. W. 11. Walden came up from Sioux City Friday and visited with his many friends here. He recently sold his farm northeast of town and is now contemplating the purchase of anoth- er one or two. Fred Haas arrived the first of the week from Ethan and is now in charge of the Fullerton lumber yard while the manager Mr. T. R. Baiseh is ab- sent on his vacation. Mr. Baiseh ex- pacts to leave soon for a trip through Oregon and Canada. J. A. Jones has commenced work on a two-story addition to the north side of the Pearl Hotel. The new part willbe twelve feet wide and the same length as the present building and willgive this popular hostelry a nice amount of much need room. R. T. and Hal Berry were up from Belvidere Monday and while here the former endeavored to get a ball game with the Kadoka team on the local diamond next Wednesday. A match- ed race willalso be run between horses belonging to R.T. Berry, Osmer Law- rence and John Jakeway. A. E. Moore arrived Friday night from Sioux City and has taken poses- sion of the Johnson & Moore Co. store which be and his father recent- ly purchased. Mrs. More and children are visiting her parents at Arlington, lowa, and will come to Kadoka in about two weeks and move into the F. E. Reidinger house just being com- pleted. John Kislirg, formerly in the mer- cantile business at this place, is mov- ing his store from Lamro to Winner and in the last issue of the Winner Journal has a full page ad telling of the many bargains he will offer at his re-opening sale on Jnne 18th. John is a strictly first-class and up-to-date merchant and will always be a big fa tor in the busines i circles of any I town he may locate in. See Zemanek for bulk garden seed. Skrove Bro*. Writ*Fir* Insurance We pay the cash for cream. J. H. Fryberger. F.arl Hunt, of Draper, was in this city Saturday. D. C. Brien was here from Council Bluffs Wednesday. W. E. Batter came out from Rapid City Wednesday night. FOR SALE—3SO bushels of corn. Telephone office, Kadoka. 6-2 J. Jazeb, from Cottonwood, regis- tered at Hotel Dacotah Monday. The household goods of A. E. Moore arrived from Sioux City Monday. L. C. Jensen and A. C. Vogus, of Mitchell were in the city Wednesday. See the Coye*Dithmer Land Co. for Farm Loans. Miss Ethel McMasters arrived Fri- day from Decorah, la., and is visiting here. Miss Florence Martin of Stamford spent Sunday at the Louis Oetteman home. Robert West, of Eatenville, lowa, was looking over the county in this vicinity Friday. 8. P. Hurley and J. M. Williams were out at Willard Tuesday to cast their votes at the primaries. Martin Johnson started Wednesday’ on a trip across the reservation. He exepcts to be gone about a week. While here last week James Slater of Tyndall, disposed of his farm west of town to John J. Hrachovec of the same place. W. A. Schwichtenberg spent Sun- day at home in this city. He expects to complete his work as census enu- merator this week. J. E. Goltra went to Mitchell Friday night to meet his wife and son who was coming from Madison. They re- turned Sunday night. M. 11. Gross arrived last night from Cersco, Nebr., and is visiting his brothers R. W. and Ed Gross and father Jas. A. Gross and familv. Miss Edith Jost of Rapid City, ar- rived last Thursday night and will make an extended visit with her sis- ter, Mrs. Louis Detterman and family. Quite a number of the members of the local Masonic and Eastern Star lodges expect to attend the meeting of the Grand Lodge at Pierre next week. J. 11. Anderson has rented the Neils Neilson house from Frank Reed. Mr. Reed has commenced the erection of a new house just north of his present residence. F. E. Reidinger had the old photo- graph building moved the first of the week onto his lots just north of the garage and willhave it remodeled in- to "two office buildings. Geo. Porch returned Saturday from his two week’s trip through the north part of Stanley county where he was doing a little missionary work for himself in his candidacy for sheriff. Presbyterian church—Morning wor- ship at 10:30 a. m.; Sunday school at 11:45. Evening service at 8:00 p. m. Subject, “A Far Thought.” Special clarinet music. Everybody is invites!. The Press is in receipt of a notice from C. E. Coyne, county game ward- en, that Walter Vice, of this city has been appointed deputy game warden with full power to enforce the game and fish laws of the state. J. H. Anderson returned Saturday morning from Madison where he had spent the past week looking after business interests and attending the commencement exercises, his daugh- ter being one of the graduates. He expects to move his family to this city in about twT o w’eeks. Drink Rocky Mountain Brand Table Water, bottled a Chamberlain, S. D., pumped from the Missouri River, filt- ered, sterilized, bottled, corked and labeled readv for shipment. The best drinking water on earth. If your dealers does not handle it w’rite. The Chamberlain Water Co., Chaml>erlain. Last Sunday the members of the Kadoka Dramatic Company enjoyed a picnic on White River. The party composed of Messrs. Vic Wolff, Geo. L. Emerson, Ben Edwards, and J. M. William.*, Misses Emily and Laura Peterson. Elizabeth Barth and Iva Jones. F. E. Reidinger and E. L. Sidle took the party in automobiles and a most pleasant day was spent. Miss Nessie J. Hamlin has filed suit against the school board of the Ka- doka Independent School District to recover the sum of $75 claimed by her as salary. The hearing is to be held at Philip Saturday. This case is the result of Miss Hamlin, who was teach- er in our schools last year, being sus- pended for six week by the local Board of Health during the scarlet fever scare early this spring and an- other teacher being hired in her place. The board refused- paying for the six weeks Miss Hamlin did not teach and as a result this suit. AlvinWaggoner, of Philip, is attorney for plaintiff. Bargains in crockery al Zemanek’s Skrove Bro*. Land Co. Sell Land. We pav the cash for cream. J. H. Fry berger. H. D. Provost was herefrom Mitch- ell Wednesday. A fine new brick school house is be- ing built at Interior. Mr. and Mr*. Roe, of Baker, 8. D., were in this city Friday. Louis Stoll, of Cottonwood, was in Kadoka the first of the week. Miss Anna Saha, of Mankota, Minn., was in Kadoka the first of the week. J. L. White was at Interior Satur- day soliciting advertising for the Fair book. List your land with the F. E. Reidinger Land Ag- ency. Dr. A. A. Hinneman, of Philip, made a professional visit to our city Saturday. FOR SALE —A first-class sewing machine in good repair. Enquire at this office. C. F. Maynard of Vermillion, was in town the first of the week with a party of landseekers. J. B. Gebhardt of Dyersville, lowa, spent the week in Kadoka looking over the country with F. E. Reidinger. Peter Brech arrivedin Kadoka Sat- urday with a carload of emigrant goods and willmove onto a farm near Cottonwood. E. C. Smith returned to his home at Chamberlain Saturday night, after a visit with his son, L. C. Smith and family, at this place. W. H. Olds and John Ronin, of Dyersville, la., were here this week looking oyer the country with the F. E. Reidinger Land Agency. Miss Grace Foster departed for Cedar Falls, last Wednesday night, where she willcontinue her course in the lowa State Teachers’ College. A card from Chas. E. Johnson or- ders the address of his paper changed from Weta and sent to Plankinton, where he is engaged at the carpenter trade. An examination will be held at the local postofflee on Saturday, July 2, of candidates for the position of Rural Route carrier on Kadoka Rural Route Number One. J. A. McKillip, Registe. - of Deeds and Dr. C. J. Lavery were political visitors in our city from Fort Pierre Saturday. They made the trip over in the latter’s automobile. FARMERS— Insure your crops now against hail. In the Farmers’ State Mutual Ins. Co. of Waseca, Minn. The cheapest and safest company. A. G. Skrove, Agent. Wm. Durkee and family departed Tuesday night for Alexandria for a visit with relatives. Mr. Durkee ex- pects to return in about a week while the family will remain there for a month. Will Judge was arrested last Thurs- day night and landed in the city bastile. Friday afternoon he was taken before Judge Stevenson and fined ten dollars and trimmings for being drunk and disorderly. Rev. A. E. Schaffer, of Primrose, Neb., was looking after property in- terests here this week. He owns the quarter section iust north of the rail- road dam. While here he willhave his house moved onto his lots just south of the J. C. Pease residence. The members of the Kadoka Fire Department held their regular month- ly business meeting Monday night. The time for practice was changed from 7 to 8 o’clock each Tuesday evening and a fine of 25 cents was voted to be assessed against a mem- ber absent from a practice, business meeting or fire alarm. Wm. Quinn, the Sturgis liveryman came over from that place Tuesday and on Wednesday he let the contract to Geo. Partridge for a new livery barn 28x80. This is an institution that willbe a valuable addition to our city as William is a liveryman with- out a peer and everything connected with his barn will be first class. It willbe located just north of the Pion- eer Barber Shop.—Newell News. Elsew'here in this issue willbe found a notice of the School Election of the Kadoka Independent School District, at which time four members are to be voted for, two for a terrr of two years anil two for a term of three years. R. W. Gross and G. G. Inman are the members whose terms expire this year and there are now two vacancies on the board. Otto C. Sharon holds over for another year. In selecting men for members of the school board much care should be taken. They should be men who are interested in the wellfare and growth of our public schools and are wilMng to give to this important institution the time attention which it demands. , Pick 'the best men to be found in the dis- trict, that tne high standard to which our schoolshave already attained may .be continued. I Frank Coye J. H. Dithmer Coye—Dithmer Land Co. DEEDED LAND and LOCATIONS Farms and Stock Ranches in the Famous* Corn Belt. Kadoka, - South Dakota 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. Our JMotto Is: “The Highest Class of Workmanship and the Right Price to All.” Give Us a Call. F. L. EDWARDS, Prop’r. _____ 1 ' ‘ Do it Now—Tomorrow may be I | too late. g It isn’t safe to figure that a hail I not str *ke your crop this year. I Figure that it will and insure in this I F" f‘me tr* a °d reliable company, where; I ever y P°liey issued is guaranteed by a I *n ca P* ta l an d surplus. I Ask for prices and terms. I |NORTHWESTER,N I FIRE & MARINE I I INSURANCE CO. I | MINNE.APOLIS.MINN. | O. E. STUART, Agent. KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA. Piano Announcement! Big Firm After South Dakota Business. Believe in Great Possibilities in This Section. Make Big Concessions in Prices to First Buyers in this Com- munity: The Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co. who oper- ate stores in a great many principal cities in the west, and who are the largest dealers in fine in- struments west of Chicago, are making special prices on any instrument to first buyers in this sec- tion in order to introduce their famous line of High Grade Pianos preparatory to the opening of a new store by this firm in one of the principal cities of South Dakota. Anyone who hopes to be the possessor of a beautiful piano in this section will save money by writing for their Special Introductory Offer to First Buyers. EASY TERMS, $lO DOWN, $5 a MONTH Write to-day for complete free catalogue and 1 price list of new and used pianos with special in- troductory prices. Address all communications, until our store is opened in South Dakota, to the Schmoeller & Mueller Piano Omaha Company. Nebraska. Wholesale Dept. 1311-1313 Farnam St;

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