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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - May 8, 1908, Kadoka, South Dakota¦EH I ¦¦¦K mgr A.' / \ .fIR9» . THE KADOKA PR I S . J { f ~~7~~ VOLUME 1 KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, MAY Bth, 1908 NUM- Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, Investments F. E. Reidinger, the Land Man Buys, Sells and Deals In DIRT ¦rams in i iiimi iHijMMCTrmwrTMi« He is the man who sells the earth in any locality and in -my quantity in Stanley and Pennington Counties IF I >ll' I You. sure looking tor a Loan on your Farm!, or ¦ Have'any money to Invest on Gilt Edge Mortgages CALL ON I F. E. Reidinger Land Agency Kadok», * • South Dakota Write for Land Lists References: lowa State Nat’l Bank Sioux City, lowa First National Bank of Tyndall, 5. D. F. E. Reidinger Notary Public Are You On The Deal I IF you want to trade your farm for a stock of general merchandise IF you want r to trade youi farm for eastern town property. c IF you want tb trade your farn for a steam threshing and breaking outfit IF you want to trade your farn for SIOO shares in a brewery, stock which paid Ifper cent dividends a year for the last three years IF you want to trade for a 100 barrel flour mill doing a good business IF you want to trade your farm for any kind of business in Kadoki and neighboring tcwns IF you wai < to trade your farmfor eastern land IF you wai t to trade your farmfor cattle IF you wapt to trade your farmfor a meat market do- ing a good 018 - fless IF you want P trade your farm for good service horses IF you want io trade your farm for a good two-seated automobile' V IF you want to take sheep on half shares IF there it any kind of deals you would like to make See Me Represent good sound and safe Insurance Com- panies. If you want Insurance on your Stock, Houses, Household Goods, Your Life, Hail Insurance on Your Crops, or Cyclone and Tornado Insurance CALLON F. E. Reiding Land' Agency Kmleka - South Dakota. ¦R.S I 'i! ' References: Bank Of Kadoka Kadoka, S. O. Kadoka State Bank Kadoka, S. D. F. E. Reidinger Notary Public I am getting lined up where 1 can give you results, so IF you want to sell your land, list it with ME. YCrXi F. E. Reidinger Land Agency ‘i ESS? Mt. Tacoma, dignified and impcsing in its stately majesty, looked on ae Il giving mute approval t° th® pataiotic celebration in honor of so distinguish' a visitor. The harbor was dotted with ’very available craft, from th® large pas- senger steamers to) the snallesl canoes, all crowded with peo»le tc meet the incoming crj u ißer and >o give formal welcome. As the mighiy wai machine rounded Brawn’s Poiit, re- splendent in her coat ot whitx paint, her black guns givinjg notice teat she is prepared to defend the Bt»rs and Stripes, the Washington presented a picture that deflect the p<wer ol words. Stately and grand, mighty and imposing, tM° cruise.’ slowly steamed into harbor, facing hr way to anchorage.- aily ceooratod with a line of flags; from her steam to trucks of her mtf-xts, black smoko pouring from her funnels, t>® qmiai r gave Tacoma an Itlea of what Uncle Sain’s modern fig'ding engines are. The scene was em’ugh to <ause pat- riotism to run riot*- ft did run Wot. Your humble servant had the honor '"1 I " . of being on one of ths committee boats that sailed out to meet the Washington and escort her to anchor- age and therefore nad a splendid op- portunity to note carefully what took place. At sight of the mighty Washington ; a bedlam of noise broke loose, every 1 craft whistled a noisy welcome and the Washington gracefully responded. Then to the stirring music of the band aboard our boat and the cmiser’s ' band the Washington and her escort of mosquito crafts steamed, up Com- mencement hay to anchor grounds, j As the Washington crept ir> " e Ta|ma band struck up a live • tune and the cruiser’s band i and when the home band j | Hot Timo” the Washingtoi pressed their approval in tuneous yell, but when struck up “How Dry I am’ ore went wild and cheer a' want up, continuing until had to repeat the selection. Prior to reaching anchor; <k» cTWtoer’s huge port am slow lyfowwreu until at 5:1 u., ».•« she anchored in forty -nine fathoms of I water. A few mi nutes after the 1 Washington was moored a deafening ! report came from the starboard side which almost sent some people into the water. A flaeh'of fire, a dense puff of smoke, a - reverbrating echo from the hillside, eflieially signalized the cruisers arrival. ’This was follow-; ed by other guns anti.1 a salute of 21 ' guns had been fired. Fsw people <ho ' saw the death-dealing guns belching fire and smoke knew that a compli- ment was being paid to the city of Tomoma. In the navy i’lguns are a salute to a home port. This ended a gre r Tacoma and thos fortunate the day and perhaps willwrite again. Gh» mv regards and best wishes to the Ityioka pe>ple and tell them that I said there,’s no place like home. Very truly yours, J. L. White. Kadpfca Vote* For Incorporation. The ponsu"iation of the desire of the cl|iz<nsJf Kadoka is at. last an accomplish'd fact. A special election was fyajd T-’esday. The election was organfted 3y the selection of Dr. 8. Wellipan. Frank Ooye and G. G. Strove s' inspectors. Fifty-two vo*- werv ojvf of which forty-nine for :md“lree against incorp, mak if it practically uni>- favc< d the proposit’o- 8ev «a v-flve >•>-¦ wen •*- ar AN INTERESTING LETTER ' , Tacoma, Wash., April 15, 1908 j E, T. Nellor. Kadoka, 8. D., Dear Sir:— As I am taking a day off today from (sightseeing I will endeavor to tell youof some of the things that has attract-I ed my attention most. The first im-| portont event of my trip was "Wel-come Day” at Tacoma of the new r ' (Jniiser Washington. Tacoma was most appropriately . decorated , all the streets and ave- ’ / nues were gay with flags and bunting i while in the iendent part patriotism j ran riot. On every side there was a ’ spontaneous outpouring of local, state ! aud national pride. "First in the heart of Washingtonia.” is Washing- ton’s slogan for the Washington. It was a genuine holiday inTacoma, the public schools had closed at 2:30 and J (many stores, mills and factories sawfit to close so that their employes hadopportunity to join in the greeting.It was a beautiful day for such an bi’ahspicious occasion, withal a trifle hilly on the water, and crowning all Janik j g

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