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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaBANGOR BOY LICENSED STALLION By State Registration Board. Certificate No. 1657. Bangor Boy is a Trotting Bred Stal- lion, weight about 1200 lbs. He is Dark bay with black Points. DonrrnH No. 47492 by Gilwood 14212. Dam, Madam Belle Sprague by DallgOr DOy Con Sprague 12903. Grand Dam, Belle by Irom Duke Jr. 4498 Will Stand For the Season 1910 Monday and Tuesday at Kadoka. Rest of the Week at Belvidere. TERMS—SIS.OO to insure mare with foal. When mare is known to be in foal or is sold, traded or about to be removed the fee becomes due at once. W. D. MANEY BELVIDERE, SOUTH DAKOTA. Frank Coye J. H. Dithmer Coye—Dithmer Land Co. DEEDED LAND and LOCATIONS Farms and Stock Ranches in the Famous Corn Belt. Kadoka, - South Dakota 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 la: “The Highest Class of Workmanship and the Right Price to All.” Give Us a Call. F. L. EDWARDS, Prop’r. BIG AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY At INMAN’S AUCTION STORE, Kadoka, S.D. The Kadoka Harness Shop. Light and Heavy Hamess made to order. Saddles, Blankets, Robes All kinds of Repairing neatly and promptly done. I Carry a Complatc Una ef Clover Brand Stock Tonic, j. A. Fraser, . . . Kadoka, South Dakota. DON’T FORGET Stanley Co. Abstract & Loan Co. (Bonded Abstractors) South Dakota.Fort Pierre, Make Abstracts The Kadoka Press DURKEE A NELLOR. PuW • An Independent Werkb Published et Kedoa, S. D. Subscription SI.OO a Year In Advance Elsewhere in this issue is the an- nouncement of Charles L. Mellett as |renublican candidate for the legisla- ture. He states his position on a I number of important matters and i willno doubt make a creditable rep- I ,-esentative of Stanley county should lie receive the nomination and be elected. We understand that he 1 leans toward the stalwart wing of the ! republican party, while he is opposed by Dr. C. J. Lavery who is decidedly i insurgent. The Press is in receipt of the an- nouncement of Enoch McKay of Grandfield for the office of county treasurer on the republican ticket subject to willof the republican vot- ers at the primary on June 7th. The same is published elsewhere in this issue. While Mr. McKay is a stranger to the publishers of the Press we are glad to accord him the same privilege in the use of our columns which we accord to others. Under the primary law every citizen has an equal chance and may be a candidate and the vot- ers will settle the matter on June 7th. Petitions are being circulated for the nomination of Dr. C. J. Lavery as a candidate for representative in the next session of the legislature from Stanley county, which compris- es the 27th district. Dr. Lavery is an able and forceful man, there is no better in the county from the stand- point of ability and an inclination to do and get what he goes after. His acquaintance throughout the state is as wide as that of any man within its borders, and if he is elected, which he will be without a doubt. Stanley county will be heard from in the house of representatives this winter, and willat last come into her own.— Fairplay. ___________ The petition of John F. Hughes of Stanley county as a candidate for| Judge of the Sixth Circuit was filed | with the Secretary of State Monday| afternoon by Attorney Francis W. i Grogan of this city. Mr. Hughes had j been presented with petitions from the various counties bearing nearly 1,000 names, but under the law it was impossible to file more names than three per cent af the republican vote fot governor at the last election, there- ' fore 225 names from the counties of I Hand, Hyde, Sully and Stanley were I selected for filing. Mr. Hughes is al- lied with the progressive er “insur- gent” wing of the republican party, but if he is regarded throughout the circuit as he is in his home county, a | mere political alignment will have i nothing to do with the number of i votes he receives, as members of all parties and factions are united in his support.—Fairplay. Geo. W. Egan who is a republican candidate for governor of our fair young state spoke to a large crowd at the Opera House on Wednesday night. Mr. Egan is an interesting DR. C. J. LAVERY Stanley County's Pioneer Physician and Sur- geon and one of South Dakota’s Most Public pinted Citizens, who is a Candidate for Rep- resentative from the 27th Legislative District. speaker and held the closest atteß tion of his audience for nearly two hours. Ho gave his version of the famous Kauffman trial from start to finish and considerable of his personal history in relation to his disbarrmem as a practicing attorney in this st-." 1 In his platform he stands for a g(,v ernment of the people as opr M >sed u the present spoils system and for election of all or nearly all of the an pointive offices of the state including the postmasters. That the public* tion of insurance statements should be apportioned to the newspaper nr the state on a circulation basis with out regard to political affiliations, R. advocates the recall principal for the removal of unworthy men from offlee The election of senators by direct vote of the people. He also endorses the last state and national republican platforms. Mr. Egan came here with scarsely a friend but after hearing him many have expressed a desire to give him their supjxirt at the primar ies. Whether Egan is the proper man to put in the governor’s chair is hard to say but certain it is tiiat he stands for many principals which are near to the hearts of the common people CANDIDATES’ ANNOUNCEMENTS For Sheriff 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 will be appreciated. Hayes, S. D. C. E. Coyne. For Sheriff I Wish to announce myself 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- maries. Kadoka, S. D. George Porch. For Sheriff. To THE Republican voters of Stanley County: 1 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 vou in advance for your support, I am, Yours very sincerely, Interior, S. D. Geo. W. Belford. For Coroner 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 support willbe appreciated. Kadoka, S. D. Clyde C. Winter, For Treasurer I Hereby announce myself as a can- didate for the nomination as Treas- urer of Stanley County on the Republican ticket subject to the primaries June 7th, 1910. Any favors shown me willbe greatly ap- preciated. Grandfield, S. D. Enoch McKay. For State Senator 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 the matter of re-districting and ap- portionment of Representativesand Senators which comes before the next legislature, having now inade- quate representation in view of its great increase in 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- cessive freight and express rates. It would be my aim to obtain just and equitable rates withoutdiserim- ination anywhere within the state. John G. Barttne.

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