The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - June 12, 1908, Kadoka, South DakotaTHE KADOKA PRESS. VOLUME 1 KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, JUNE 12th, 1908 PRICE BULLETIN ! - JOHNSON & MOORE - ! Butter & Eggs Talk the Same AS CASH With Us. PRICES FOR ONE WEEK COMMENCING SATURDAY AND CONTINUING FOR ONE WEEK. 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar - - - SI.OO 3 Pounds Three-Star Coffee - - .50 7 Bars Beat-Em-All Soap - - - .25 3 Pounds Omar Rice - - - .20 H. P. Navy Beans, per lb - - .05 3 Packages Egg-O-See - - - .25 3 Packages Quaker Com Flakes - - .25 3 Cans Tomatoes - - - - .25 4 Cans Coro : •: : : : .25 4 Pounds 50-60 Prunes : : : .25 Fancy Patent Flour, per sack : : 1.40 Johnson & Moore Price Makers ! D af'i'f ¦al CaiivahSk We have a line of Kadoka Souvenir China, we are DCol! UTUI wvliVvllli WlEillo giving to our cash purchasers. Call and see them. These Prices are for ONE WEEK Only NUMBER 6 Result of 7 Primaries Crawford Doubtless Nominated for Senator over Kitteridge by a Small Majority Stalwarts Probably Select Congressmen and Entire State Ticket County Result in Doubt Kitteridge Carries County by Between Two and Three Hundred Majority Scotty Brown, Kadoka’s Candidate for State Senator, Nominated by a Good Plurality Over Clough and Russell County Ticket About Equally Divided Between The Two Factions The primaries are over and the re- as is the congressional tickets, turns, while incomplete, indicate the Stanley county will give Kittredge nomination of Crawford for senator a majority near to 300, while incom- over Kittredge by a small majority, plete returns with three precincts The state ticket seems to be progres- still out indicate the nomination of sive from the meager seturns received Matthew “Scotty” Brown, of Kadoka for state senator by a small plurality. He has 91 plurality which will prob- ably be reduced when the complete returns are in.-- The following seems to be nominated for county officers: Fred W. Warner, stalwart, for repre- sentative; Geo. Huston, insurgent, sheriff; Byron L. Clow, stalwart, county treasurer; Julius H. Johnson, insurgent, states attorney; Jno. Mc- Killip, insurgent, register of deeds; Harry Lovald, insurgent, county auditor; for clerk of courts the result is very close between Frank Kinney, insurgent and Andy Ricketts, stal- wart, with returns slightly in favor of Ricketts, H. M. Dinsmore, insur- gent, for county judge; Grace A. Reed, insurgent, for superintendent of schools; Ralph Vandercook, stal- wart, surveyor; Clyde O. Winter, in- surgent, county coroner; J. C. Saun- ders, stalwart, assessor; Geo. Mathie- son, commissioner let district;. T. H. Tolton, commissioner 3rd district; Eb Jones, commissioner 4th district; W. O. Hopkins, commissioner sth dis-' trict; J. A. Quigg, stalwart, state central committeeman. Insurgent delegates to the state convention were endorsed as follows: C. E. Coyne, J. I. Howe, E. S. Harsh- man, E. A. Morrison, Scott Wellman, Frank Rood, T. H. Tolton, W. A. Hopkins. Martin Johnson was elected pre- cinct committeeman for Precinct No. •20 and Abel Skrove and Scott Well- man delegates to the county conven- tion. Only ten democratic votes were cast in this precinct, and 175 republi- can votes. Below is an abstract of the republi- can votes cast in this precinct: United States Senator Coe I. Crawford 70 Alfred B. Kittredge 97 — 29 Representatives in Congress Wilbur S. Glass 51 Philo Hall 49 Eben W. Martin 83— 31 Chas. H. Burke 113— 62 Governor Robert S. Vessey 65 Jno. L. Browne 92 — 27 Lieutenant Governor Howard G. Shober 53 Jno F. Schrader 100— 47 Secretary of State Samuel C. Polley 40 L. A. Munson 31 Joseph J. Waltner, Jr. 74 — 34 Attorney General S. W. Clark 58 Ira F. Blewitt 89 — 31 State Auditor John Hirning 57 C. E. Warner 92 — 35 State Treasurer C. H. Cassill 52 Geo. G. Johnson 99 — 47 Com. School and Public Lands O. C. Dokk4n 62 Mathias D. Eide 85— 23 Superintendent of Public Instruction Hans A. Ustrud 51 Milton M. Ramer 91— 40 Railroad Commissioner F. C. Robinson 62 D. H. Smith 18 Hans O. Wickre 71— 9 National Committeeman Thomae Thorson 63 Hans M. Finnerud 83 — 20 State Senator 25th District Matthew Brown 134— : A J. C. Clough 9 J. Charles Russell 18 J Representative 27th, District ’ C. D. Joy 52 Fred W. Warner 95 43 ) Sheriff Geo. S. Huston 105 John A. Buchanan 39 — 66 County Treasurer John A Hawkins 19 Byron L. Clow 125 — 104 County Attorney Julius H. Johnson 129 Register of Deeds John A. McKillip 125 County Auditor Harry Lovald 113 Chas. M. Price 32 81 Clerk of Courts Frank H. Kinney 124 Andy C. Ricketts 28 — 96 County Judge H. M. Dinsmore 116 Superintendent of Schools Grace A. Reed 129 — 109 Fred A. Stone 20Received at 2:45 p. m. Kadoka, S. D. June 12. Dated at Sioux Falls, S. D., June 12 PRESS, Kadoka, S. D., * Senator Kittrddge willbe defeated by less than 2500. Brule, Clay, Codington, Davison, Duel, Douglass, McPherson, Yankton, Lyman, Grant and Faulk give Hall 9045, Glass 9335, Martin 7078, Burke 7681. Black Hills counties will give Martin about 3000, Burke 2500. Six- teen counties outside of Black Hills district gives Johnson a majority of 79 over Cassill. Martin carries Lyman 14, Burke 69. Crawford carries Lyman 269. Lincoln, Browne 786, Ves- sey 1247; Miner, Browne 331, Vessey 353; Union, Browne 484, Vessey 519. E. J. K.