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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaL. E. Gijhlomitb. Cash. Fort Pierre Bank R. A. Biciski. Cash. First State Bank of Philip Manin Johnson. Pies. Hauk of Kadoka L. A. Pier. Cashier, Belvidere State Bank Home Land & Abstract Co. M- L. I’AUCEUJI cretary and Bonded Abstracter Respectfully Solicits Your Business. Fort Pierre, S. D. 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‘Motto Is: “The Highest Class of Workmanship and the Right Price to All.” Give Us a Call. F. L. EDWARDS, Prop’r. * BURGLARY INSURANCE The best burglary insurance policy ever written is a checking account with a bank; saves carrying a lot of money around with you and yet you have it any minute you want it. If all persons carried checking accounts and wore a check book in their inside pockets, the hold up guys would go out of business. Kadoka State Bank Skrov. Bro*. Land Co. Sell Land. A. A. Shook was a Belvidere visitor , last Saturday. W. G. Bailey was hero from Cham- j berlain over Sunday. Mrs. Roy Warner was a Belvidere i visitor the first of the week. The highest cash price paid for cream. —Johnson <Sc Moore Co. Henry Roth of Avon, is here visit- ;ing his daughter Mrs. Henry Neihoff. See the Coye-Dithmer Land Co. for Farm Loans. Johnson & Moore Co. pay cash for all your cream. Bring it in. A. D. McG adrey a Deputy Internal Revenue collector was in the city on Wednesday. M. Johnson and wife went to Murdo Monday to visit for a few days, re- turning yesterday. A. G. Granger and John L. White left the first of the week to attend circuit court at Fort Pierre. Belvidere Photo Studio will be in full operation March 5 and 6. Good work guaranteed, 0.8. Leelnnd. 41-1 See the Coye-Dithmer Land Co. for Farm Loans. A. T. Dolloff the Taxidermist pays the highest cash price for hides and furs. 41-tf Nat Stevenson, Scott Wellman and several others left yesterday to at- tend court at Fort Pierre. B. F. Kelling arrived yesterday from Denver, lowa, and expects to spend the summer in tnis locality. Olof Nelson of Murdo, was an over Sunday visitor with Martin Johnson and wife. Mrs. Louis Detterman is enjoying a visit from her sister Mrs. Mat Clans- man and children of Rapid City. C. E. Richards, the drayman willdo jour work prompt and carefully. His prices are reasonable. See him. Miss Myrtle Campbell, a trained nurse, from Conata, arrived yesterday to take care of Mrs. R. M. Bennett. Skrove Bro*. Write Fire Insurance M. D. Bosewell was a Mitchell vis- itor over Sunday. Dr. Winter went to Stamford and Fort Pierre Tuesday, Money to Loan on Farms. F. E. Reidinger Land Agency. J. C. Rounds was a visitor in our city the first of the week. The highest cash price paid for eream.—Johnson & Moore Co. C. B. Holland and wife were visit- ing in town the first of the week. See the Coye-Dithmer Land Co. for Farm Loans. Jud Pepper will cry your sale. You can make dates at this office or write him at Philip t;. Money to loan on farms from S6OO to SI,OOO. Call at the F. E. Reidinger Land Office, Kadoka. 8. D. F. E. Reidinger wants to see you about insurance. LOST —On Thursday a pocket knife marked '’office knife.” Finder please return to A. G. Skrove. A daughter was born to J. W. Law- rene - and wife, who live six miles w: >¦* of town, last Sunday. i h. SALE—Ab<'u‘ 25 tors .f • .•••! hay at $4.00 per ton in stack, i Sims, Sec. *25 1-s, 81-e. John Grankow of Avon, arrived on Sunday to visit his daughters Mrs. Philip Warner and Mrs. Carl Tauto. F. E. Reidinger Land Agency deals in all kinds of Real Estate. Call In. F. E. Olney was down from his Bad River ranch Tuesday and Wednesday transacting business in our little city. I'emporary organization of a K. P. Lodge was effected on Wednesday evening. Will institute in the near future. Mrs. F. P. Werner, of Tripp, arriv- ed Sunday to visit her sons Philip and Frank E. Werner who live northeast of town. J. A. Fraser has been in Ft. Pierre on business this week and W. Royce has been looking after his harness shop in his absence. Nat Stevenson recently sold two Case breaking outfits one goes to Pat Norton, the other to Philip Schmoll and willarrive in time to open the breaking season. Rev. C.D. Royce, the District Supt. of the M. E. Church, of Rapid City was a visitor in our city the first of the week. At the Presbyterian Church Sabbath morning, March 20th, the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper willbe observed. All are cordially invited. It is reported that Frank Coy who has been managing the Wokama Leader for some time, has purchased the Nowlin News and willsoon take possession. On Wednesday a deal was closed whereby Albert Gardner disposed of liis pool hall to Otto C. Sharon who took posession Thursday and has placed Wm. Biddle in charge of it. IL M. Hanson of Delmont, was an arrival at Kadoka last week and he has moved onto his homestead south- west of town. He was a pleasant caller at this office and ordered the Press sent to him for the next year to get acquainted with the people, i ¦ ¦¦ The City Livery Livery, George McDonald, Proprietor Feed & Sale Stable Good Rigs. Careful Drivers. Open all hours of the Day or Night. Phone No. 16. Kadoka, - . - South Dakota. ? | A Six Hundred Acre Nursery | ;; Sherman Nursery Co., Charles City, lowa. ? ? •• • ? Growers of All Kinds of Hardy Fruit Trees, Plantsand + ? T Shrubs. Largest Growers of Evergreens in the West. T + ?• * + ? ALL - NORTHERN - GROWN - STOCK ? Or. M n Wil! Soon bo in the Field to Ixwik Liter Stock De- J livered by Us 1-ast Spring. X I There Is No Question | ? Ahonf the Correctness of Your • ? Abstract if it is Made By the * ? Stanley Co. Abstract & Loan Co. | (Bonded Abstractors) ? ? Fort Pierre, ..... South Dakota. J ? Insist On The Best t If You Want The NEWS Read The PRESS. ?+*++-M”J-*+4 >++++* See Me Before Buying March 27 th EASTER SUNDAY! Are. You Ready For It 2 * •> <- ? + <• -4 t + <• 39 * f showing this spring. Seen sars. citis hree •ain- M ;cta The above cut is only one among many up-to-the-minute styles we are Order of Us and Be Pleased CHASTKA & CO. Bert Walrath of Mitchell was a vis- itor in town the last of the week. He was making arrangements to lease his farm northwest of town for tho com- ing season. A number from this city visited Belvidere Saturday evening to dis- cuss the county division question at a meeting of the White River Com- mercial Club. It was decided to call a meeting of the whole county at Midland some time during the month to discuss the division question.Dr. Rausch Sullivan of Belvidere was called to this city Wednesday to attend Mrs. R. M. Bennett whois not recovering as she should from her re- cent operation. The petitions are all in the hands of prominent men in the northern part of the county and good work is being done by all. Such men as Eb Jones, Dan Bierwagen, C. 11. Haxby, John Griffin, P. J. I’lrey, Edgar Watwood, Shoun Bros, Wells & Sons and many others, instills confidence in the peo- ple and means one grand success. — The Citizen, Milesyille. There are oyer thirty Jackson coun- ty petitions in circulation and in but few instances is any trouble reported in securing signers. When the peo- ple begin to realize the benefits of a division they will make it unanimous. The first of the week a number of prairie fires were started along the railroad right of way as a rrsult of the sparks from burning western coal. As far as we can learn no great dam- age was done but it makes people nervous. The snow' Wednesday put a stop to danger for the present, but as soon as this snow is gone the dang- er willagain be present and some- thing should be done to reduce it to a minimum. The Bandana Social given by the M. E. Ladies Aid last night was very successful and a splendid time is re- ported. The bad roads kept a great many people at home but neverthe- less about $25 was realized from the sale of baskets. Tom Randall arrived last Friday with his bride whom he rccAtly mar- ried at Manilla, la. They spent the day visiting in town and then drove to Mr. Randall’s farm northwest of town. The Press is glad to welcome Mrs. Randall to this community. The Jackson county petitions are being generally signed throughout this portion of the county and by the time this is read by our readers the required number of signers willhave been obtained. A few hundred extra for good measure willalso be secured. P. B. Gilmore will sell his personal property at public auction on Wed- nesday. Mar. 16. 1910 at his farm, the nw 't of section 7, 2-s, 23-e. He ’ eighteen head of cattle, farm machi cry and miscellaneous articles. H. Gelino is the auctioneer and J. P. Serr, clerk. The fine weather of last week took off all the snow and the roads w’ere drying up nicely but on Tuesday night snow began to fall and on Wednesday morning we wew greeted by six or eight inches of snow. The weather has however been wrim and at this writing the now is about gone, all the moisture going into the ground as the frost is all out. Mrs. R. M. Bennett, sister of the junior publisher of the Press died at her home south of town this morning of bowel trouble resulting from an operation some two months ago. Ar- rangements are being made to hold brief funeral services at the house at 10:30 a. m. to-morrow and to take the remains to Randolph, Neb., her for- mer hune, for interment. The be- reaved ones have the heartfelt sym- pathy of all, in this their • hour of sorrow. A full obituary willappear in our next issue. Weekly market report furnished by Kadoka Grain Co. Corrected every Thursday: , Blue Stem Wheat per bu... 92c Velvet Chaff Wheat 88c Durum Wheat 75c Flax |l.7f Oats 38c Barley... . 45< •Corn 5S< The high water in the Missouri river at Chamberlain so endangered the railroad bridge that no passenger trains have crossed since Sunday. Freight was crossed on Monday but Tuesday all crossing was suspended. On Wednesday the ice took out all of the bridge east of the island except- ing the pier and the jxmtoon and some twenty-five bents west of the island. The passenger trains are now running on a day schedule the east bound train leaving here at 11 a. m. and the west bound at 12:30 p. in. In commenting upon an item in a recent issue of the Press on the ac- tion of the school board in contcm- p’at<on of. t« aching agriculture in con- iGn with our town schools, the Quinn (• >. kj a “Thia la sible idea. e than half the pec- ulation of the country and fv tie fourths of the population of our live on or from tho farm, and Li teaching of agriculture in our schools would be much more practical and appropriate than many of the fads and ologies, of no practical use, on which so much time is spent.” On Friday evening March 4th a Chapter ot the Order of Eastern Star was organized in this city. Deputy Grand Patron Frank Newnan of Fort. Pierre assisted by Mrs. H. M. Ham- mond of Presho instituted the chapter. After the work of instituting was con- cluded the work was exemplified for the benefit of the members. At the close of the chapter a pleasant recep- tion was hold in which all joined in singing old time songs and listening to some very' interesting readings given by Mrs. A. O. Green and 8. n. Dorn. Later refreshments were se •v- --ed and the party dispersed carrying with them the conviction that the evening had been pleasantly and profitably spent. The officers and members of tne chapter are aa follows: Mrs. Nellie Cove, W. M.; J. P. Berr, W. P.; Mrs. Abbie Sager, A. M.; Mrs. Mrs. America Herr, C.; Mrs. Ida Hharon. A. C.; Mrs. I-enoraGreen, A.; Mrs. May Bryan, M.; Mrs. Emma Zeal, E.; Otto Sharon, Sec.; 8. B. Dorn, Treas.; Frank Coye, Sentinel. Francis Zeal, M. P. Sager and A. O. Greed. Your Machinery J. T. DOTY, Hardware and Machinery. J * * * if i S <««««« AUCTION SALE EVERY SATURDAY ¦ ¦ ‘N’S AUCTION HOUSE If you have anything you wish to dispose of bring it in and have it sold. If you have Seed Grain of Any Kind bring me a sample and I will sell it for you. I have inquiries for Seed Corn and Small Grain. G. G. INMAN. *?>*#>**»*?*** I <• ? + e> + X

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