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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Kadoka, South Dakota? ? The Kadoka Harness Shop. : * Light arid Heavy Harness made to order. Saddles, Blankets, Robes* v All kinds of Repairing neatly and promptly done.? :lCarry a Complete Uno at Clover Brann Stock Tonic. . J. A. Fraser, ... Kadoka, South Dakota. J ? ? ITaaanHHnaMHmHMBMHBHMHBBMaHManBBBaaEansD List Your Land With Me | Ifyou want to sell your land quick come in and list it with me at once. I have a num- ? ber of buyers and need more land at once. The B. L. McNally Land Co. g Fort Pierre Hospital Under the Management of Dr». Lavery & Walsh .Metlical. Hurgical and Confinement cane*. Confinement care* will be charged 55.00 In private room*. |»er week, lio.oo to i*»r week for board anti room before A. . tai ;u < ord ing to ruom. confinement, laundry extra. Want i><Uk*ntNix r week. Medicines and drewiingu furnibhtd at buiKH-aJ CMS* will lw charged t2DU to cost. fo.UU extra tor operating room. Above rates include Board, Room and Nu. sing Special Nurses can be secured at all times ae reasonable rates Matron and Sept, of Nemes 1R..M..1 !>!.„„(.?. MISS DAISY M. SNIDER. CHARLES J. LAVERY M.D. and J. MARK WALSH, M.D. GRADUATE NURSE CONTAGIOUS DISEASES NOT AMITTED. aunMaußnaswHMmanMmnMßiMwnnniwanwmmnnnusMwmiasnnwHSHMnnmMmnimMnaKaßMiHmannMnßßTvnnanßHwunndPn » <it kmm bbbtb •’wainHBHaMHaBUuaaaHMBHMmMBBHmBamBamMBaBMauMBHmuBHMMaBMMBamaMBMBBBMmrna* nm mbb > 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 ; | A. A. SHOOK J. P. CLARK | | SHOOK & CLARK J LIVERYMEN FEED AND SALE STABLE. b Good Teams—Good Rigs—Careful Drivers 4 KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA. First-Class Blacksmith Shop in Connection H All Work Promptly Done. Give Us a Call. t I J. H. DITHMER, - - - Manager. n iuj * r» r> 1 i nnti'r rJ * ?? REAL ESTATE ! * 2 . I ? Farm Loans. Fire Insurance * w * J Skrove Bros. Land Co. * * * W KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA. & * —————————g 1 % We want 100 more quarters of' Stanley County I[J Land listed by the time the snow goes oft. t* fc, : Lumber Coal Lumber I Lime, Plaster, Cement, Sand, Bricks, Blocks, Lath, Roofing, Shingles, Sash and doors ; In fact anything you want in the line of LUMBER and BUILDING ’ MATERIAL. We are in the lead all the time. A complete Hue of Everything. Best grades, and our prices are right. COME IN AND FIGURE WITH US BEFORE YOU BUY The Fullerton Lumber Co. T. R. Baisch, Mgr. Kadoka, S. D. ¦ ¦ - ,v The Kadoka Press DURKEE & NELLOR. Publishers Entered a* necond*cla*s matter July 10 iat the port office at Kadnka K. D.. under the i Act of < ’ongreH* of March 3. I'*’?». An Independent Weekly Newspaper Published at Kadoka, S. D, Subscription SI.OO a Year in Advance BUSY CREEK RIPPLES (Arrived too late for lari week J The spring fever is raging, but look out. Cecil Mcßae was a Kadoka visitor I tlie first of the week. Ed and Russ Collins called at the O. Sigler home Sunday. See the Coye-Dithmer Land Co. for farm loans. Kadoka. S. D. Dave Sigler made a business trip to Kadoka the first of the week. Albert Nelson is hauling wood from the Young ranch on Willow creek. Peter Larson finished the mason work on O. Siglers new house Tuesday. The recent thaw has filled all the : creeks to overflowing and spring like j ’ weather still prevails. Henry Olson and family are moving j this week to the P. A. Pretzer farm 1 which he has rented for this season, j A majority of the legal voters turn-! ed out Tuesday and cast their vote ' for the spring election of township of- 1 fleers while those who did not turn , out to vote hope the new set of offle- I ers elect willmake good to all parties ! concerned. | INDIAN CREEK ITEMS. Spring has come, and with it the geese. Mr. Kemper was a Kadoka caller Saturday. Fred Bischoff transacted business iu Kadoka Saturday. Miss Vernie Crar." and were seen in these parts Sunday. See the Coye-Dithmer Land Co. for ¦ Farm Loans. Kadoka,S. D. Have you signed the county division petition yet? If not, why not? Guy Wiley had a valuable colt that was badly cut by wire recently. Rev. Clough and Supt. Royce dined at the Earl Ames home Sunday. Mr. Warner and wife spent Sunday at the W. Gorum home on White river. Miss Emma Brugman has been stay- ing at the Warner home the past week. Ray Gilmore, who spent the winter in the northern part Of the state, is back in Stanley county. Wm. Hall had word from his wife recently that Ethel’s arm is no better. Blood poison is feared. Rev. Royce preached a splendid ser- mon at Spring Valley meeting house, Sunday, He also held service at In- dian Creek school house, after which the regular quarterly conference was held. WETA NEWS ITEMS Bert Smith and family Sundayed at C. R. Davis. dinner Smith was a Weta visitor last Thursday. Have you signed the four-county division petition. Miss Ester Duell Sundayed with Miss Isabelle Craven. Sec the Coye-Dithmer Land Co. for farm loans, Kadoka, S. D. Mr. Davenport arrived with an em- igramt car Sunday morning. Mr. Mulligan and wife were Kado- ka visitors Saturday afternoon. Geo. Hall was transacted business in Kadoka the first of the week. Geo. Hall and Myron Eggers were to the W. P. Eickeldorfer sale Tues- day. Bert and Jay Smith were dehorning cattle for Chas. Davis the first of the week. Charles Johnson left for Plankinton last Thursday to take a job of carpen- ter work. Chas. Cotant was down from In- terior Sunday to spend a few days on his claim. Deputy Sheriff was down from Ft. Pierre subpoeing witnesses for the trial Saturday. Clyde Taylor, Jay Smith and Com- pany took in the play at Willard on Friday night. Hebe Doss had a car load of lumber shipped in Saturday and has begun the erection of his store. Ray Kelleher and Ed Knudson hart a tie pass to Kadoka Saturday and returned on the passenger train. Wm. Gildhrist, Ed Freemole, Emil Olson, Gust Carlson and A. R. Torry were transacting business in Kadoka Tuesday. The farmers of Weta bad a tele- phone meeting Saturday evening and elected officers as follows: Mr. Adams pres.; Ed Freemole, vice pres.; O. V. Hensel, sec’ty.; Wm/Gilchrist, trcas. NORTHWEST NEWS. (Arrived too late for last week.] How many hens have you setting? Weil, how did you like the election Tuesday? Chamberlain’s (tain killer is good for good people. Henry Qlson finished hauling to the I Pretzer place Tuesday. Wm. Durkee and wife were visiting in this vicinity Sunday. M. P. Sager and wife were guests at Frank Zeal’s Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Coyle called at the Zeal home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. H. 2. Rhodes entertained the ¦ Larkin Club on Wednesday. Darling and Hanson are helping H. ' Rhodes put up ice this week. Mrs. Wm. Herman called on Mrs. M. Engelan Saturday afternoon. Mrs. G. Latta of Tekamah, Neb. is at the Rhodes home this week. Miss Myra Simons was a guest at Longview Farm’ Wednesday night. Miss Bertha Zeal and George Zeal attended a farewell party in honor of Miss Clara Sidle in Kadoka Friday evening. Among those from the northwest attending the Woodman banquet in Kadoka Monday evening were A. C. Long, E. O. Eddy, Frank Coye, Geo. Holmes and their wives, Miss Dora Rhodes, M. J. Darling and Ed Dyke- man. WILLARD AND VICINITY. | Spring poet is not snowed under, But soon you’ll hear the thunder. Put away your littlehammer, Quit your knocking right away; We know all about the “dollar” Which we do not have to PAY. Four County or n-i-t. Kriss and Lars Larson made a trip to Kadoka Friday. Ole Pesviek spent Sunday at the home of J. Eager. E. C. Lobdell marketed hogs at Cottonwood Thursday. Mrs. E. Enger was on the sick list for awhile but is better. Have you signed the four-county division petition? Do it! See the Coye-Dithmer Land Co. for Farm Loans. Kadoka, 8. D. Ernest Reed and mother Sundayed with Jerry Williams and wife. 8. P. Hurley went to Kadoka last Tuesday to resume his duties as tailor. Hans Sathre has sold his shack and gone away but he will be back some other day. H. H. Fees and family and Mrs. E. L. Johnck Sundayed at the home of Wm. Coyle. Christ Andrews was called to Ab- erdeen by the illness of his mother. He left Friday. Julius Hurley is on the sick list at present with an attack of appendicitis. They expect to take him to Flandreau in the near future. Mrs. G. S. Crowe, Clara and John Enger, Jess Johnson and wite were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Austin one day last week. Everybody was picking corn the first of the week but the show Wed- nesday put a stop to it for awhile. Now don’t you wish you had picked it in Indian summer last fall? The literary will debate upon the question of “Willwe move out or stay in Stanley county.” We will stay if the townships will furnish us with bridge lumber to do our building with. Jerry Williams has purchased two pigs and if the present price of pork stays up, Jerry willhave an automo- bile, his wife a new dress and his dog a new collar next year. Nothing like whole hog or none. Don’t know if Little Buffalo town- ship is in favor of government owner- ship of Railroads or not but it seems that it does favor ownership of sleds, corn cribs, coal bins and aparatuses for moving buildings etc., etc. G. S. Crowe went upto Fort Pierre the first of the week to attent court. We all wish him success, for it means much to the taxpayer in this end of the county, if we have to carry our taxes to Fort Pierre it willmean just double. W e notice in the Armour paper that John McCormick of Willard has been successful in solving two problems which appeared in that paper a short time ago. The committee which was appointed on election day to find out what has gone with the bridge lum- ber should get John to solve the prob- lem if it is too hard for them. The Kadoka Dramatic Co. present- ed their play entitled “Those Dread- ful • wins” on last Friday evening to a good big crowd, but owing to the bad roads and the darkness of the night there were quite a number that did not turn out, but those who did attend report it O. K. and that they were dreadful twins. Cattle Dehorned: I am prepared to do your cattle dehorning. Prices reasonable. Call on me or write, 11. L. Wiley, Kadoka, S. D. STOCK WANTED—Haye a large pasture joining town for horses or cattie at 50c per month. Plenty of grass and water. R. M. BENNETT. List your land with the F. E. Reidinger Land Ag- ency. I have just received a new and complete stock of Rubber Goods and will be pleased to have you call and look over my stock. NAT STEVENSON, Prop. Teachers’ Institute at Belvidere. The third meeting of tl.e Teachers’ District Institute Dist. No. 5 willbe held in Belvidere on Saturday, March 12th, beginning promptly at 10 a. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all interested in the advancement of the schools. Program, foenoon: 1. Paper—Dental Sanitation, Mrs. Alice Cunningham. 2. Paper—Nervousness of Teacher and Pupils, Miss Grace Moyers. 3. Paper—ls Your School Manufactur- ing Physical Defects? Miss Hattie Smith. 4. Paper—The Teachers’ Health, Miss Florence Martin. Music. 5. Paper and Discussion— Co-opera- tion in Meetings, Health Obliga- tions, Miss Pearl Bennett. 6. Paper and Discussion Official Machinery for Enforcing Health Rights, Miss Eva Kinnear. 7. Paper and Discussion —/Alliance of H ygiene Patriotism and Religion in Sohool. Miss Grace Foster. 8. Tenor Solo—Dr. R. E. Dundas. Afternoon, 1:30 p. m. 1. Tenor Solo—Prof. R. D. Johnson. 2. Paper—The Cultivation of Morality’ in School, Miss Myra Simons. 3. Paper—Music in the Primary Room. Mrs. Osburn. 4. Paper—The Recitation, Miss Vernie Crane. 5. Paper—Language Work in the In- termediate Grades, . Miss Nellie Hamlin. 6. Vocal Solo— Rosemary Dundas. 7. Paper—Value of Unbossed Play, Miss McCormick. 3. Paper—Correlation of Studies in the Intermediate Grades. Mrs. L. B. Hall. 9. Paper—Current Events. What At- tention Should bo Called to Them. Miss Blanche Beatty. 10. Paper—Some Elements of Success- ful Teaching, Miss Sara S. Ferguson. Music. Mrs. R. E. Dundas, Leader. Mrs. Osburn. Secretary. Miss L. M. Mitchell, who lias the management of the tour of Ole Theo- bald!, arrived in the city on Sunday and on Monday Mr. 'i'heobaldi ap- peared at the Opera House in the evening and his entertainment was very much appreciated. He is an artist and is master of the violin. The only criticism here heard on his work was that it would have been more appreciated if he had played a popular grade of music. Be that as it may the entertainment was first class. Wet Weather Goods! Rubber Boots for men. Rub- ber Boots for ladies. Rubbers in all styles and sizes for mon, women and children. The - Fair - Store. 4+++4+4++44+++4+++4+++++4+ t A. G. Granger ? ? + ATTORNEY-AT-LAW * X + v Kadoka, - South Dakota. J 444+ ?4 ? + y+ .• + 44.;.;. 4....+ * SAND FOR SALE ! * * A high grade sand for plaster- £ ing and building purposes 4 + Screened or Gravel for Cement * X AV illDeliver or sell at pit X + in Section 9, 2-8, 21-e. ? W. D. PARK + 1 ? + 44++++44+4++44444 4+4444+44 +4> 4 444+4 44 4 4 44+444 444 ? 4 •** sjs 4 M. Barth H. Gelino 4 4 Barth & Golino * + AUCTIONEERS ? X Cattle and Horses a Specialty X X Willcry sales any where. Satisfaction ? * Guaranteed. + 4 Kadoka, - South Dakota. 4 -I*4*?> ? << *}» *£?!« 4* •>« <• •*« LEE BRIGGS * + The ity Dray Line * Does a general transfer X business. All work prompt- + X ly attended to. + ' + 4 4444444444+4444444444+44 4 44+4+++4+++44+++++4+4++4++ + 4 4 JULIUS H. JOHNSON 4 4 4 X Lawyer J + + 4 Fort Pierre, - South Dakota. X + X +++4+++4+4+++4++4+++++++++ 4+44444+4+4+4+ +444+4+4+444 + + Dr. R. 8. Driver + + Dentist 4 + X 4 At Kadoka the First & Third X + Monday in Each Month. + * Y X Telephone X * Office 15 - Residence 39 4 * + 4v44+444+++4+4+444+444+444 Old Eyes Made New ! I cannot give you new eyes but I can mitke your old one’s as good as new with a pair of CAREFULLY FITTED GLASSES Let me help yon to see as you used to see—possibly as you never saw. W. A. Schwichtenberg Optician and Jeweler KADOKA, - SOUTH DAKOTA. Want Column. Skrove Bros. Land Co. Sell Land. The highest cash price paid for cream.—Johnson & Moore Co. WANTED—PIain sewing, apply at this office. FOR SALE—A Janesville walking stubble plow 16 in. Frank A. Zeal. FOR SALE—Early Welcome seed oats. J. W. Stevens,sec. 13, 1-s, 22-e Kadoka, 8. D. 40- tf FOR SALE —Story & Clark organ in good repair cheap. Inquire at Crawford’s Bakery. I* OR SALE—A set of good wagon scales cheap at the City Meat Market. Must be sold soon. J. p. Eddy. I'ORSALE: 800 bushels of early seed oats, nice clean seed. Enquire at Hotel Dacotah or of S. P. Brooks. ®ALE—About 12 ton of hay in stack $3.50 a ton, 1 mile east of Wil- lard, see L. J. Farrell, sec. 9, 2-s 20. FOR SALE—I have about 40 bushel of seed barley to sell at once. F. P. Saunders, sec. 17, 2-s 21-e. 44-3tf FOR SALE—Belonging to C. E. Mosier at my place 3Jo miles west of Kadoka about 75 bushels of corn in ctib. H. D. Engelen. 42-tf FOR SALE—IOO bushels best seed oats kt 75c per bushel, also 100 bushel early seed potatoes, sec. 13, 2-s, 19-e S. Emerson, Willard, S. D. Chamberlain Sanitarium And HOSPITAL Thousands of Medical cases have found relief and hundreds of success- u Surgical Operations have been performed in less than three years. m° re »• an °ne hundred appendicitis WM10* Three n7Xljy^-8''VPn CHAMBERLAi#' sanitarium Ckamberlara. Soctb DakcU 4 s V if >H 4

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