The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - May 6, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaTHE KADOKA ?RESS.
VOLUME 111 KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910
INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF SOUTH DAKOTA. CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.
Skirts, Petticoats, Muslin Underwear, Ribbons, Embroideries, Parasols, Umbrellas.
In Fact Everything Men, Women and Children Wear. Also GROCERIES.
HpHE coupon from our Cash Register reads “We sell everything a farmer has to buy
and we buy everything a farmer has to sell.” We are going to try to sell you as
cheap as the goods can be sold you by any catalogue house, and WE WILLDO IT.
We are going to try and pay you top prices for your produce—our facilities for buy-
ing will materially assist us in doing this. When you come to town make our store your
headquarters, make it your store. Examine our merchandise-we have a lot of it and
and we surely will have the goods that you want and the prices will be as low as they
are in any catalogue and probably lower. Ifit does not suit you can bring it back.
We are not here to sell some merchandise and move on, we are here to sell some of
the merchandise you need and to stay here and supply you with some of your future
needs--as many of them as we are entitled to supply you at
ANOTHER YEAR COMMENCES. they willbe accepted with the same
spirit as would those of a friend who
differs with you on various questions.
With this issue the Press has pass-
ed another mile stone and has started
upon the third year of its existence.
The publishers have every reason to
feel grateful for the liberal patronage
which has been acco rded us during
the past years.
The Press has ever stood and now
stands for Kadoka and her beet in-
terests. As publishers we have never
been sorry that we cast our interests
in Kadoka. We believe that this
country is just now on the verge of
a most brilliant future. While some
have become discouraged and left the
country. We always felt that a great
future lay before us awaiting devel-
opment. That this is true is being
proven daily. Emigrants are arriv-
ing with every train, coming with
ambition fnd energy to be somebody
and carve out a fortune in this new
country. It has been done and they
The Press in thefuture willbe what
you, by your support make it. If
you like it don’t be at all backward
about saying so to your friends and
neighbors and by so doing you will
help us give you a better paper.
Our interests are your interests and
without a hearty co-operation we can-
not succeed nor the best interests of
our community be advanced.
If we would make our town the best
town, and our community the best
community, all petty differences must
be laid aside and all must work for
the common end. Let us all get to-
gether and the Press will not be
I Hereby announce myself a candi-
date for nomination as sheriff of
Stanley County subject to the will
of the Republican voters at the
June primaries. Any favors showr
me willbe appreciated.
Hayes, S. D. C. E. Coyne.
I Wish to announce invself a candi-
date for the office of Sheriff of
Stanley County on the republican
ticket and respectfully solicit the
support of the republican voters of
Stanley county at the June pri-
Kadoka, S. D. George Porch.
found wanting but will ever be found
boosting for the best interests of all.
To THE Republican voters of Stanley
I the undersigned hereby announce
myself candidate for Sheriff of Stan-
ley County, South Dakota, subject
to your decision at the primaries to
be held June 7th, 1910. Having had
considerable experience in connec-
tion with the sheriff’s office I feel
myself qualified. Thanking you in
advance for your support. I am,
Yours very sincerely,
Interior, 8. D. Geo. W. Belford.
Democrats At Midland.
Representative democrats of Stan-
ley county held a meeting at the op-
era house in Midland on Wednesday
evening of last week, to formulate
plans for the campaign. Following
the same system that was originated
at Huron a few weeks ago, they se-
lected banner bearers for. the party
and told them to go forth and get
nominated at the June primaries.
Following is the ticket:
Treasurer —Francis P. Ryan, of
The country is responding to the ;
touch of the honest plowman and
time only can tell what the future has ,
in store for us. During the past two >
years we doubt
not that mistakes have
been made but it is ourdesire to profit,
by these errors of judgment and to
giye our readers the best possible
newspaper. It has ever
been our de-
sire and aim to publish a good clean
paper. We believe that we
ceeded and this fact is attested by
our ever increasing list of subscribers.
From an insignificant beginning two
years ago the Press
list has grown
until its average weekly circulation
now touches the six hundred
We are publishing the Press as a
business propositian, and we believe
that by giving our patrons the best
possible paper, we are
entitled to and
also assured, of their support.
wish to thank our
friends for their
kindly interest in the Press
wish to give them the assurance of
our appreciation of that interest. We
have given our best efforts
publishing a paper which
credit to ourselves and to our town
and country. A paper which was
worthy of the support of every citixen.
Tt is our aim to make the Press such
a paper that it will be indispensible
in every’ home.
While views may be expressed m
v—' wiiauu wuich poseibly do not
I Hereby announce myself as candi-
date for the office of County Coro-
ner of Stanley County subject to
the willof the Republican voters at
the June primaries. Your sunport
Auditor—M. P. Kennedy, of Fort
Register of Deeds—C. Rousseau, of
Powell. Kadoka, S. D. Clyde C. Winter.
Clerk of Courts—Frank W. Coy, of
For State Senator
Sheriff—J. D. Carr, of Carlin.
I am a candidate for nomination on
the Republican ticket for State Sen-
ator, for District No. 25, comprising
Lyman and Stanley Counties. This !
district is especially interested in I
the matter of re-districting and ap-
portionment of Representatives and
Senators which comes before the
next legislature, having now inade-
quate representation in view of its
great increase m population. If
sent to represent the district I will
endeavor to secure for both Counties
the representation to which they
are entitled. Our section of the'
state is being injured because of ex-1
cessive freight and express rates.
It Would be my aim to obtain just
and equitable rates withoutdiscrim-j
inatjon anywhere within the state. •
John G. Bartine. I
County Judge—David Moore, of Ft.
Representative—Dr. C. 2. Bentz, of
Stanley County General Fund War-
rants are called for payment up to
and including Register Number 7505.
Byron L. Clow, Treas. Stanley county.
It is unlawful to allow the running
at'large of pointer and setter hunting
dogs during the months of April, May
and June, and such practice must be
stopped under penalty of prosecution.
l-2t C. E. COYNE,
County Game Warden.
agree with yours, yet we hope
THE GOLTRA MERCANTILE CO.
Kadoka’s New General Store, Located Directly Across the Street from the Post Office
$15,000 Worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Men’s Furnishings, Hats and Caps, Ladies’ Suits and Dresses,
Our faith in thia west of the Missouri country is absolute. We
are optomists first, last and all the time. We have as good a country
here as the eastern half of South Dakota—and the eastern half of
South Dakota is as go<xl as was made dliring the creation. The
writer lias seen all of the United States, lias seen the advance of the
west, has seen and personally interviewed the pioneer farmers who
weathered the hard times and endured the privations of the pioneer
section to build up that home which today he has a right to be proud
to exhibit to his eastern brother. These things do not come without
cost of labor, pains and plans, but they do come. They will come to
every settler in this new country who willwork hard, earnestly and
honestly and develop the possessions he already has. In 20 years
from to-day there won’t be very much $50.00 land anywhere in thia
country. You are in a position to own 320 acrea of it.
We came here to give you a good store and to pioneer with von.
Economy is an element required in the working out of your success.
Don’t oyer buy—don’t overestimate your wants. This store willcon-
tribute its share ( and then some) to the making of Kadoka a good
market, a good town, a good trading point with low prices and enter-
prising merchants that will help the country.
MODERATE PRICES and A LEGITIMATE PROFIT TO HANDLER
“Tony, the Convict”
At Opera House
Tuesday Evening, May 10.
CAST OF CHARACTERS SYNOPSIS OF PLAY
TONY WARREN, The Convict .A. C. ZEMANEK
ACT I.—The Warden’s room at Sing
W.ary Wayaid., Too Tired to Work J. M. Williams
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nocent victim. Suffering for a brother’sJames Barclay, Hard-hearted and Vindictive. Ban Edward. crime. News of the dead. Some visitors.
Philip Warburton, a Social Leader.. .Victor Wolff A chance to escape. Detected. The fight"
Judge VanCruger, of the Supreme Court. Geo. L. Emerson | “Good-bye Sing Sing—Here goes for Lib-
Warden Burrows, of Sing Sing Prison,/ . n
Ti,,. x’..™, Fo.omun i
—--A. G. Skrove ACT IL—(Six month later) Van Crug-h ' g er’s country home. An ambitious maiden.
LENA, Reputed Daughter of Judge Van Cruger. Lover’s rows and lover’s vows. Cross pur-MISS ELIZABETH BARTH jxises. "A surprisef” Tony, The Convict.
Mrs. VanCruger, the Judge’s Wife. Miss Laura Peterson A funny song. Weary Wayside from Way-
Miss Sedley, who takes pleasure in being disagreeable back. The secret disclosed. Phil’s resolu-
Mlss Emily Peterson tlon * A Btor y from real life. Caught in a
Sally, with a soul above hash Miss Iva Jones I tra
ACT lll.—(Twodays later) Parlor in Van
— Cruger’s country house. Jackson on his
Given by the Kadoka Dra- side and Sally. A frightened darkey. Miss
* Sedley interferes. Bright Prospects. A
matic Company for Benefit ler that ever battled.” Tony’s quest. A
sad mission. Father and daughter. James
of the Kadoka Kommercial
B j pollute her with your touch.”BwIUD Bands ACT IV.—(Six weeks later/ A comical
cook. Strugges with receipts. Lena’s sor-
¦ ¦ ¦ - ¦ "¦ • row. Wayside’s resolution. Tony’s return.
Barclay’s villianous threat. A voice from
“Tony, the Convict” is a popular five-act 1 the grave. The Price of liberty, A father’s
~ i ta j i . i ii right to protect his daughter. BarclayComedy-Drama and appeals to all who see the meets his master. A noble sacrifice. Back
the play. It is clean and up-to-date, with act v.-Xo years later) The judge’s
thrilling climaxes and humorous situations. h®“®- ?al >y »® eet « an old admirer. way-
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side’s plan, Lena and Philip. Barclay
The company presenting this play IS a plays his hand. Lena’s decision. Avillian
strong one and ifyou do not thoroughly enjoy tK<ib”he daVk SteyTJSd,’
the play your money will be refunded. 1 no longer ToNY ’ THB
Seats on Sale at Corner Drug Store
After May First. Admission 50, 35 and 25 Cents.
Curtain - Raises - at - Eight - O’clock - Sharp.