The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - May 8, 1908, Kadoka, South Dakota* )
Roitman & Elston
KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA.
We handle the well known
DeLaval Cream Separators
Prices Reduced for 1908
We have the Moline Plow
Co.'s Breakers, Sulky Plows
and Cultivators; the Gretch-
en Disc Corn Planters; the
celebrated T. G. Mandt
Blood’s House Paint
The Kadoka Hamess Shop.
Light and Heavy Harness made to order. Saddles, Blankets, Robes
All kinds of Repairing neatly and promptly done.
I Carry a Complete Uae of Clover Brand Stock Tonic.
J. A. Fraser, ... Kadoka, South Dakota.
“and no favors asked” has always
been my policy. 1 make the strong-
est kind of an effort to give value re-
ceived or better in selling my
Hardware and Implements
My Stock of Hardware is Complete
Also handle the JOHN DEERE line
of Implements. None better.
Sharpies Tubular Cream Separators
always in stock.
Call in and get my prices on Build-
Yours for Business, A. C. ZEMANEK.
j Famous Furniture Company *
| Kadoka, S. D. G. G. Skrove, Mgr. &
ft FURNITURE *
feß We handle a complete line of Up-to-date Furniture. Re- I
member our stock has just been purchased and is there- J.
fore of the very latest and most popular sties aud designs. J* .
J Linoleum * Floor OH Cloth J
£ The best grades of these goods always in stock and a
£ choice assortment to make your selections from. j
SCerpeta, Ruga, Window Shade*We can supply your wants with the very best in this line ft
ft at the very lowest prices. *
ft Mr. Frank Coye, a licensed embalmer is in charge of ft
ft our UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. £
« WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF CASKETS *
g Furniture Repaired and Varnished, J
M Picture Moulding, all Sizes and Shapes ft
/.I/ - ...
What would be the easiest
method of paying a man
yon owed this amount?
Could you gather up a ten
dollar bill, a five, four
ones, a half, a quarter,
two dimes and four cop-
There is a much better way
for a man with a Check
Account. He writes
$19.99, on a check, signs
his name and hands it to
the other party.
Carry a check book with
you alwasy. There is no
safer or more convenient
We Want Your Business
Kadoka State Bank
Kadoka, South Dakota
The Kadoka Press
DURKEK A MELLOR. FMbMshers
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Kadoka, Stanley County, South Dakota, as sec-
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Subscription SI.OO a Year In Advance
Thin is an occasion which comes
only once in the lifetime of a news-
paper. In coming before the people
of Kadoka and vicinity we have no
apologies to offer. We are here be-
cause there was a demand in Kadoka
for a live newspaper. Our interests
are here and our interests are your
interests. Whatever benefits the peo-
ple of Kadoka is a benefit to us. It
will ever be our aim to strive for the
up-building of Kadoka in particular
and Western Stanley county in gen-
eral. We have great faith in this
young empire of Stanley county and
expects to see it become, within the
next few years, a most prosperous
country, furnisning homes for thous-
ands of settlers from ail over the
Politically we are not tied to any
party or faction and shall stand for
men and measures, regardless of
party affiliation, supporting such men
and measures as we deem worthy.
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We want subscribers end a lot of
them and are willing to give our
friends the benefit by placing the
price at this low figure.
We are sending out a number of
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you receive a copy, and are not al-
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scribe. Our aim will be to give our
readers all the news all the time and
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Thanking you in advance for your
patronage and well wishes, we are
Durkee & Nellor, Publishers.
The dog poisoning incidents which
have been before our citizens for the
past week are inhumane to the ex-
treme, to say nothing of the coward-
liness of the act. A person who will
be a jlhrty to such an act is unworthy
of the confidence of his fellow citizens
We are utterly unable to find lan-
guage sufficient to express our dis-
dain of the perpetrators of such a
disreputable piece of business.
The leading republican candidate
for State Senatoi from this district,
Scotty Brown, fully realizes the value
of printers’iXk distributed.
He ihas the honor, if it e such, of
being the first to ‘'come ,ver” with
his dollar and have his nme placed
npc n the Press subsciption list.
See tty’s platform tells exaltly where
he itands on all the vital questions
wh ch are before the people of this
new country, and is a 6nsise an*
not incement which no one an fail to
umfierstand and that shouldbe appre-
ciated by all voters. I
The herd law petitions being
circulated all over the cw.|try and
art-' meeting with a ready rtibonse as
to 'signatures. This is a mat ir which
lies close to the hearts of tk home-
steaders and should be settle' it the
polls this fall. While therebiat been
very little stock running at arje tn
this locality yet there seer s to be
somewhat of a miounderstaidinr fin
regard to the application of the tA'-
If the proposition is brought*) a vote
this fall the matter will be lettled to
the satisfaction of all. Dl C. C.
¦Winter has charge of the petition be-
ing circulated in this locality
Three Trustees for Town Board (one for
each district.) .
One Town Clerk. •
One Town Treasurer
One Town Marshal
One Justice of the Peace
One Street Conunieaioner
Also to vote on the question. "Shall Intoxicat-'
ing liquors be sold at retail within the limits of
said incorporated town.”
Given under our hands thia Mh day of May, UMS.
O. G. Bkrovn.
Fkamk Corn. Inspectors.
Mrs. J. W. Sidle is suffering from
an attack of inflamatory rheumatism.
O. E. Stuart and wife left Thursday
morning for Chamberlain on a busi-
ness trip. Mrs. Stuart will visit at
Chamberlain a few days and then go
to the parerttal home at Vermillion
for several week’s visit.Skrov* Bros. Land Co. *dl Land.
it ~~The City V
J. E. Crewford, Proprietor |
A Compete Line of Bakery ?
; ? Goods Alva: Fs On Hand : : : ?
:: Fresh Goods a Specialty, t
I THE BEST LINE !
of FARM MACHINERY consisting $
of Deering Binders, Mowers, Hay j
Rakes, Hay Loaders and Buck x
Rakes. Also Corn Plantets and Disc A
and Shovel Cultivators. 1
Buy and sell Second Hand Goods. v
Feed Stable, Buy and Sell Horses. *
Located just east of Kadoka State
NAT STEVENSON f
J Martin Johnson, President 0. E. Suart, Cashier g,
J D. H. Henry, Vice President E. E. Dykeman, Ass’t Cashier
“ BANK OF KADOKA |
Pay Your Taxes Here
J Collections made or liberal terms. Surety £
w Bonds furnished on short notice. We
sell Domestic arid Foreign Exchange. A
J We insure City and Farm Property J
2 against loss by Fire Lightning and J
. . .
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED ...
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2 . Officially designated J
2 Depository for Stanley County Funds
I Headq arters For
I BLACKSMITHING, WAGON & MACHINE
FIRST CLASS PLOl' WORK A SPECIALTY
We buy Cream on tl> Cash on Delivery System t
and cun sell you a U. I. Cream Separator. We are
BROKERS AND COMMISSION AGEfifS
We have the agenej'tor the Hart-Parr Gasoline
Traction Engines, the Advance and Buffalo Pitts
Threshing Machines. |
OUR MOTTO: “A FAIR SQtABE DEAL FOR EVERYBODY”fi
ROHAN B S, KADOKA, S. D.
FIRST CLA EED AND SALE STABLE
Special Towa Election.
To The CmirfflorTw Tows or Kadoka. a<
incorporated at the election held in mid -w
on May sth. 190®. in the county of Stanley and
State of South Dakota, who are qualified to vote Wp m
at a General Election, are hereby notified that a
¦l>ecial town election for Mid town will be held
in tl>e Kadoka Hall in mid town, on Tuesday.
the IDthday of May. IWIB.between the hours of
nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in
the afternoon of the name day, for the following
purposes: To elect