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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - March 18, 1910, Kadoka, South Dakota'fiie highest cash price paid for cream.—Johnson & Moore Co. J. D. Hand of the Kadoka Grain Co. arrived yesterday from Delmont. Wm. Sales recently sold his farm north of town to F. E. Reidinger of this city. Miss Laura Peterson was here Sun-’ cloy from Rapid City visiting her sis-« ter Emily Peterson. Cash Leonard and wife were here Monday and Tuesday from Scenic vis- iting former friends. On Saturday Miss Sara S. Ferguson Nellie J. Hamlin and Mrs. Emily Rowland attended the Teachers meet- ing at Belvidere. Mrs. Kate Osburn and Mrs. Cun- ningham went to Belvidere Friday to attend the Teachers’ District In- stitute held there Saturday. Fay Swisher and wife moved into town yesterday and are located in tho Skrove house. Fay will enter the employ of A. C. Zemanek. ’ John Rohan jonrnied to Fort Pierre th? first of the week and took out his final naturalization papers and is now entitled to all the rights amt privileges of an American citizen. Ausie McNally has disposed of his personal effects and leaves Monday I f>r Cana la with a view to locating there. Mrs. McNally left Tuesday to visit her sister at Rapid City before going to Canada. Weekly market report furnished by Kadoka Grain Co. Corrected every Thursday: Blue Stem Wheat per bu 92c i Velvet Chalf Wheat . 88c Durum Wheat 75c Flax.. f1.75 via’s ;;s<- Barley 45c Corn 50c MOUNT MARIAH LODGE. No. 155 A. F. & A. M. Kadoka, South Dakota. Stated meetings—First and Third Mondays of each month. Visiting brethren welcome. Frank Cove, W. M. D. W. Bosewell. Sec’y. WARRANT CALL. Stanley’ County’ General Fund War- rants are called for pay rnent up to and including Register Number 7437. B; ron L. Clow, Tresis. Stanley county. List your iand with the F. E. Reidinger Land Ag- ency. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. Presbyterian Chubcii. Rev. D. 8. Brown, Pastor. Preaching service every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer: meeting Thursday’, evenings at 7:30. •nPa-. <¦¦¦-¦.( oj aL n :3o. MET!: »I>IST CIII'RCH, Rev. IL M. Pinckney, Pastor. Re., liar preaching cve ry Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 7:"0 p.m. at the Wood- man Hall, Sunday School at 11:30. CCTM—L XCWB-t . .Utm tU G.G. innwn has opened a Second Hand Stere and Auction House on South Main Street. Auction Sa?e every Saturday. If you have anything to sell bring it In. 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 18 in. Frank A. Zeal. FOR SALE—Early’ Welcome seed oats. J. W. Stevens,sec. 13, 1-s, 22-e. Kadok*. :>• D. 40-tf FOR SALE —Story & Clark organ in good repair cheap. Inquire at Crawford’s Bakery. FOR SALE—About. 25 tons of good hay at §4.00 per ton in stack. E. T. Sims, Sec. 25 1-s, 21-o. 45-2 t. FOR SALE: 309 bushels of early seed oats, nice clean seed. Enquire at Hotel Dm-otah or of S. !’. Brooks. FOR SALE —I have about 40 bushel of seed barley to sell at ouce. F. P. Saunders, sec. 17, 2-s 21-e. 44-3tf FOR SALE—Belonging to C. E. Mosier at my place 31, miles west of Kadoka about 75 bushels of corn in crib. H. D. Engelen. 42-tf FOR SALE—IGO bushels best seed oats at 75c per bushel, also 100 bushel early seed potatoes, sec. 13, 2-s, 19-e. 8. Emerson, Willard, 8. D. Cattle Dehorned: I am prepared to do your cattle dehorning. Prices reasonable. Call on me or write, H. L. Wilky, Kadoka, S. D. STOCK WANTED—Have a large -e joining town for horses or , per m* nth. Plenty of grass and water. R. M. BENNETT. Skrove Eros, tor Farm Loans. J. C. S’edc returned Sunday from a two week’s visit in lowa. Dr. J. S. Newcomer was a pas rr- ger to Presho Wednesday . George Porch returned Wednesday from a visit at Fort Pierre. F. E. Reidinger wants to see you about insurance. The highest cash price paid for cream.—Johnson & Moore Co. Miss Alma Birdsell arrived Tuesday to visit his sister Mrs. F. E. Reidinger. FOR SALE —200 bushels of corn at my farm west of town. Wm. Durxee. Mrs. F. E. Dickey is now employed as stenographer for the F. E. Reid- inger Land iAgency. Mrs. S. B. Dorn who has b >en vis- iting for several weeks at Merril, Wis., willa:rive at home today. Mrs. Wm. Kickoff arrived yester- day from Mitchell where she has la en yisiting for several weeks. ('. E. Richards, thedrayman willdo your work prompt and carefully. His prices are reasonable. See him. F P. Saunders expects to leave for Canada one week from to-day and willprobably ship from Philip on ac- count of the Chamberlain bridge be- ing out. M. P. Sager has severed his con- nection with Johnson, Moore & Co. and 11. E. Haulman has accepted the position as manager and assumed his duties Wednesday. Geo. Emerson and Ben Edwards are very busy these days, so the neighbors say, holding down their claims, down in Grand View Valley, below the point ot the wall. Alva McCrea, Philip Schmoll, Bert Cherry, Erwin M. Briggs, and Mrs. H. C. Foster were in Belvidere Mon- day making proof on their homesteads before U. S. Commissioner Reeves. Neils Neilson accompanied by’ F. E. Reidinger journied to the county seat y esterday where Mr. Neilson expects to take out his final papers and be- come a full Hedged American citizen. G. G. Lasal of Waubay’ was in the city the first of the week with F. P. Saunders. Ho was here for the pur- pose of securing Canadian recruits and paid the Press office a pleasant call. The members of the Eastern Star held an informal reception at the Woodman Hall on Tuesday afternoon in honor ot M. P. Sager and wife who were about to leave for their former home in lowa. A danty lunch was served and a very pleasant time is reported. Through an oversight we failed to make note of the fact in our issue of last week that J. W. Sidle and family had left for their new home at Mitch- ell. Mrs. Sidle and children departed on Sunday and Mr. Sidle followed on Thursday. Dr. E. S. Sidle has decid- ed to remain in this city. Lee Briggs has sold his dray line to his Uncle E. M Briggs who has tak- en posession. Lee has rented the Ausie McNally quarter and will farm this season and willmove there soon. His house will bo occupied by E. M. Briggs who expects his family here in the near future. They are now visit- ing in Wisconsin. The ice was running so heavily in the Missouri Wednesday that no pas- sengers, mail or express was crossed in lime for the west bound train and as a result no mail reached here. Work cf putting in the bridge has commenced howc er and as soon as the ice stops running it will be put in probably by the first'of noxt week. While Fred Wendel and wife were driving to the Saunders home Mon- day evening the tongue of the buggy dropped down and both occupants were thrown out over the dashboard. They were not seriously’ hurt and were able to stop the team without any damage being done and resumed their journey without further mishaps. Efforts will be renewed the coming year to divide Stanley and Lyman counties, each into two or three coun- ties. It is very evident that both these counties are altogether too ex- tensive in area for the conservation of the best interests of their inhabit- ants. As they are no>w constituted, we suppose there must be nearly' one hundred townships in each county — an unweiidiy extent of territory for the administration of local govern- ment. —Republidan, Vermillion. “The Resurrection of Jesus” will be the subject of the sermon at the Woodman Hall on the evening of Easter Sunday, March 27th, and is a topic of the utmost importance to every one. The fact of His resurrec- tion is the keystone of the faith of every Christian church. The sermon • will be illustrated by a representation of a tomb constructed for one of the the members of the Jewish Sanhedrim and which without question corre- ! spends in every important feature to i chat in which the body of the world’s ; Redeemer rested. An earnest invita- tion is ixiended to every ope to be I present on this occasion. Skrove Bros. Land Co. Sell Land. Mrs. F. E. Dickey returned Sunday I from her lowa visit. Sec the Caye-Dithmer Land Cc. for Farm Leans. Johnson & Moore Co. pay cash for ' all your cream. Bring it in. The highest cash price paid for | cream. —Johnson & Moore Co. Fred Wendel proved up on his homestead at Belvidere Wednesday. A. T. Dolloff the Taxidermist pays the highest cash price for hides and furs. 41-tf R. N. Rounds of Stoneville, S. 1)., visited his mother Mrs. J. P. Serr on Sunday. If you haven’t signed the Jackson county petition yet call at this office and sign it at ouce. Belvidere Photo Studio will be in full operation March 5 and 6. Good work guaranteed, O.S. Leeland. 41-4 F. E. Reidinger Lend Agency deals in all kinds at Real Estate. Call In. Vic Wolff arrived Sunday from his trip to the coast and into British Co- lumbia. He did not see anything that looked good to him and so returned to old Stanley county. John Rohan recently sold a Hart Parr gas engine to two parties near Philip. A. C. Zemanek fitted them out with six bottom gang breaker and on Wednesday they cane over and pulled the outfit out. Charles Larson is putting up new buildings on his claim southwest of town. A house 12x16 with a wing 12x12 and a barn 24 ft. square. He is the kind cf homesteaders we like to see come in and improve their claims. A crazy Indian has been a large on the reservation for several days past. He killed an Indian Policeman. Frank Horn Cloud, near Interior last week. Word was received here Wednesday that he had been captured and taken to the Pine Ridge Agency. M. P. Sager and wife who have made their home here for the past two years, left Wednesday for their former home at Lamont, la. During their stay here they have made a host of friends who are sorry to see them go but whose best wishes go with them. J. L. White, the genial and smiling retired contractor of Kadoka, was an arrival at the county seat the fore part of the week ami was promptly grabbed as a special juryman. Mr. White savs Kadoka is prospering and that 1910 is going to be a big year for . Stanley county. —Fairplay. Victor Wolff will reopen his barber shop in this city in the near future. . He lias ordered a full new equipment for his shop and will have one of the nicest ships in the country when he opens up two or three weeks hence. G. E. Bertsch has not as yet decided mln re he will mov< hi < shop. Wednesday a force of men and a few teams was put to work filling the approaches to tho new bridge over White Willow creek west of town and the bridge is now in shape fo.- crossing. This will be greatly ap- preciated by the people living west of town especially in Lime when the creek is flooded. Dr. C. C. Winter dropped into town Tuesday with a petition for countv division in his pocket, and is now serving on the jury. Dr. Winter is getting ready to run for a second term as the county official who tells us whether we arc dead or not and ascer- tain whether we did it ourselves or someone got the drop on us.—Fairplay. The Kadoka Tennis Club held a meeting Monday and elected the fol- lowing oflicers for the ensuing year: J. C. Pease, president; Wm. Durkee, vice president; A. G. Skrove, secre- tary and Treasurer. Executive com- mittee, E. T. Nellor, Rev. Brown and J. F. Hrachovec. Member of Feder- ation Executive Committee, John Webber. The Excelsior Club met at the home of Mrs. Nat Stevenson last week and elected olticers for the ensuing year. Mrs. J. P. Serr, pres.; Miss Nellie J. Hamlin, vice-pres.; and Mrs. S. B. Dorn Sec’t.-treas. The ladies have recently adapted the Bay View Read ing Course as the line of work which they are taking up and their meetings are very interesting as well as in- structive. While a week ago the roads were very muddy they have dried up nice- ly now and are good except in the low placep. The weather for the past week has been fine and people are beginning to thing about farming, IWe haye heard of several who have started breaking. Those who have corn out are finishing up picking a id spring work willsoon be in full blast. A large amount of new machinery is going out this spring and a number of oar progressive farmers have purchas- ed new dire drills with which to put lin their crops. The soil is in excel- lent condition and prospects good for I a One crop thia season. Skrove Bros. Write Fire Insurance Rev. D. S. Brown made a trip to Interior Wednesday. Money to Loan ou Farms. F. E. Reidinger Land Agency. J. C. Rounds was a visitor in our city the first of the week. See the Coye-Dithmer Land Co. for Farm Loans. Jud Pepper willcry your sale. You ¦ can make dates at this office or write , him at Philip. tf. I W. Winker of Hawarden, la., has 1 been visiting at the Kerger Brothers j home northeast of town. Money to loan on farms from SSOO to SI,OOO. Call at the F. E. Reidinger Laud Office. Kadoka. 8. D. John Grankow of Avon, arrived on j Sunday to visit his daughters Mrs. ; Philip Warner and Mrs. Carl Taute. j A baby girl was born to J. M. Trim-I ble and wife who live near the Flat Top Butte on Wednesday the third day ol March. The '¦Ladies’ Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. Serr on next Wednesday after- noon at 2 o'clock. R. O. Burton and wife and A. F. Foot and wife of Murdo,*afid Miss Helen Foote of Sanborn were visitors in our city’ Saturday. * Walter Hauser is building a new I house south of town on Mrs. Sauser’s I iand. Jas. Mills went out Tuesday | to do the carpenter work. A large number from this city went out to attend the Gilmore sale Wed- ' nesday. They report a large crowd ) and that things sold well. Arthur Eddy a former resident of this locality but recently of Manville, Wyo., arrived Tuesday to visit his parents, J. P. Eddy and wife. W. H. Boland will sell his personal property at public auction on Thurs- 1 day, March 24, 1910, at his claim, the I NW 1 ! of section 22, 1-s, 23-e. Every- thing will be sold. There willbe a special meeting of the gentlemen of the Catholic Church at the School house after the last ser- vice, Sunday March 20th. Rev. Thos. J. McNaboe, Pastor. A baby was born to Thomas Polk- inhorn and wife last week but lived only a few days and was buried Mon- day at the Kadoka Cemetery. Rev. Brown conducted the services. R. G. Skrove and Fred M. Johnson departed Monday for Canada where t hey expect to file on Canadian lands. They will be joined by G. G. Skrove of Geddes who will also locate there if he can find land to suit him. Fred Windier and Henay Mertine both of Paullina,lowa, were here the first of the week looking over the country and visiting the Boldenow boys. While here Mr. Windier pur- chased a fine quarter of land north- east of town and expects to break it up and put it into flax this season. J. A. Fraser, the Kadoka harness maker, is at the county seat on court mat ters. Mr. Fraser is a nice appear- ing gentleman and if he is wise he will not allow himself to be piloted around strange towns and introduced by Doc Winter. A man is judged by the company he keeps and it is hard to remove first impressions.—Fairplay. Western Stanley county is approach- ing the time when the demand for improved farms by renters willbe greater than the desirable supply. A great portion of the land is held by speculators, both local and eastern, and it willsoon be up to them to get in shape for partiees who wish to rent improved farms. Several local parties are already making preparations to improve their holdings and get them ready to lease to good, desirable rent- ers. We believe the time is at hand when the Lind owners, in order to gei the best returns from his land, should improve it by erecting buildings and otherwise getting it in shape for the man who wants to work a farm on shares or pay a cash rental.—Philip Review. Notice has been received by Divis- ion Freight and Passenger Agent 0. F. Waller, that on April 1 611 of tic present forms of mileage tickets afl 2,000-mile credentials will be with- drawn from sale and a new 2,<)00 cou- pon, individual, signature, personal descriptive ticket of interchangeable form subsitiiuted. This new ticket willbe sold for sl9. With the excep. tion of the lines west of Mobridga. This ticket will be honored on all trains of the C. M. & St. P. railway One coupon willbe detached for each mile traveled on the C. M & St. P. railroad in Illinois, Wisconsin, Michi- gan, lowa, Minnesota, South Dakota and North Dakota, and five coupons will be detached for each four miles traveled in Missouri. The same basis for detachments will apply generally on other lines except that certain lines in Michigan and the N. P. and G. N. ralroad in North Dakota, will make detachments, exceeding one coupon for each mile traveled. This ticket willbe limited to one year from date ot sale. This willbe good news to many who travel to any extent. — Aberdeen Democrat. J The City Livery George McDonald, Proprietor : Livery, Feed & Sale Stable ; I I. • * > I Good Rigs. Careful Drivers. Open all hours of the* Day cr Night. Phone No. 16. i Kadoka, - - - South Dakota, j ¦HMHnBVWWVnM v. r- num; 'n—' ST I ¦.¦¦¦nwrWMBmBBWWWWMWWM ? It A Six Hundred Acre Nursery ? ? Sherman Nursery Co., Charles City, lowa. ? It ? t • ? t * * Growers of All Kinds of Hardy Fruit Trees, Plants and + ? t X Shrubs. Largest. Growers of Evergreens in the West. T ? * * ALL - NORTHERN - GROWN - STOCK * ? . : f X Our Men Will Soon be in the Field to Look Alter Stock De- * •> livered by Us Last Spring. Z —' ’l I* There Is No Question ! ’ ? | About the Correctness of Your i \ Abstract if it is Made By the ? : : ? Stanley Co. Abstract & Loan Co. : * (Bonded Abstractors) ? a X ? Fort Pierre, South Dakota. ? Insist On The Best | If You Want The NEWS Read The PRESS. —*— s¦' " I See Me Before Buying j ? ? ? ? ? ’ <• * ? 4* * X X' t Your Machinery i ? J * •> 4* * I J l I ! J. T. DOTY, I f 7 X Hardware and Machinery. j 4* •!* 4 ? ft jft ft Ik 4k Ik ft ft ft ft d AUCTION SALE EVERY SATURDAY At INMAN’S AUCTION HOUSE Ifyou 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 Corn and Small Grain. G. G. INMA *>*£>F***>>*>** -O ? o * * a 1

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