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The Kadoka Press Newspaper Archives May 15 1908, Page 1

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - May 15, 1908, Kadoka, South DakotaTHE KADOKA PRESS VOLUME 1 KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, MAY 15th, 1908 Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, Investments F. E. Reidinger, the Land Man Buys, Sells and Deals In DIRT He is the man who sells the earth in any locality and in any, quantity in Stanley and Pennington Counties Are You On The Deal IF you want to trade your farm for a stock of general merchandise IF you want to trade your farm for eastern town property. IF you want to trade your farm for a steam threshing and breaking outfit, IF you want to trade your farm for SIOO shares in a brewery, stock which paid 18 per 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 Kadoka and neighboring towns IF you want to trade your farm for eastern land IF you want to trade your farm for cattle IF you want to trade your farm for a meat market do- ing a good business IF you want to trade your farm for good service horses IF you want to trade your farm for a good two-seated automobile IF you want to take sheep on half shares IF there is any kind of deals you would like to make See Me I am getting lined up where I can give you results, so IF you want to sell your land, list it with ML F. E. Reidinger. Land Agency K“T1’ OFFICERS PLACED IN NOMINATION Marshal and Street Commissioner, I. W. Wiltfang. NUMBER 2 IF You are looking for a Loan on your Farm, or Have any money to Invest on GiltEdge Mortgages CALLON F. E. Reidinger Land Agency Kadoka, - - South Dakola Write for Land Lists References: lowa State Nat’l Bank Sioux City, lowa First National Bank off Tyndall, S. D. F. E. Reidinger Notary Public STALWARTS TO MEET. BURGLARS ABROAD. 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 CAII ON F. E. Reidinger Land Agency Kadoka, * * South Dakota. References: Bank Of Kadoka Kadoka. S. D. Kadoka State Bank Kadoka, S. D. F. E. Reidinger Notary Public A NEW TOWN WELL On Friday evening a stalwart rally willbe held at Kadoka Hall. A num- ber of stalwart candidates will be in attendance. J. C. Russel, candidate for state senator; Chas. W. Warner, candidate for representative; Byron L. Clow, candidate for county treas- urer; and Gen. J. S. Conklin will be here and tell the voters of this vicini- ty their reasons for being in the run- ning. Every voter is invited to at- tend this meeting. INVITATION TO SOLDIERS. May 24th is Memorial Sunday; appropriate services for the day will be held in the Presbyterian Church ot 10 o’clock. An invitation is here- by extended to all soldiers to be pres- ent at this service; seats will be re- served tor you. In this new country there may be many soldiers who are unknown to the pastor, if such would report or if others would repojt them it would be esteemed a great Rev. D. 8. Br9WN, Pastor. Sunday evening as Harry Hammond and wife were returning home from church they noticed a man immerge from their residence. Mr. Hammond immediately gave chase but the fel- low had .¦ good start and soon outdis- tanced his pursuer. An examination at the home proved that nothing was taken, the intruder being frightened away before he had time to begin op- eration. COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the Republican Coun- ty Central Committee is hereby called to meet at Kadoka, S. D. at 7 p. m. on Friday, May 15th, 1908, for the purpose of fixing the basis of repre- sentation from the several voting pre- cincts in Stanley county in the county Convention which, under the Primary Election law, willbe held on July 7, 1908; also to name tho hour and place where said convention willbe held. Chas. J. Lavery, Chairman. A Citizens Caucus was held at the Kadoka Hall on Friday evening May Bth as announced and a full list of officers was placed in nomination. The town was divided into three dis- tricts by the board of inspectors as follows: The first district is compris- ed of all that territory lying south of the street running east and west north of the drug store. The second district comprises all the territory west of main street and north of the street north of the drug store, and the third district, all that territory east of main street and north of the above mentioned street. Trustee in Ist District M. M. Connelly Trustee in 2nd District Jno. Kisiing Trustee in 3rd District W. C. Meyer Town Clerk, Frank Coye Town Treasurer; O. E. Stuart Town Assessor, J. H. Dithmer Polioe Justice, Nat Stevenson INDEPENDENT CAUCUS A caucus of citizens for an Indepen- dent Ticket was held on the same date al 11. M. Hammond’s office and a full ticket was nominated, as fol- lows : Trustee Ist District, J. A. Jones. Trustee 2d District. J. A. Fraser. Trustee 3d District, W. C. Meyer. Clerk, Frank Coye. Treasurer; O. E. Stuart. Police Justice, Nat Stevenson. Assessor, J. H. Dithmer. Marshal and Street Commissioner, I. W. Wiltfang. Just as we go to press we learn that M. M. Connelly has been withdrawn as a candidate for trustee from the first district and that Theodore Elston was nominated by petition for trus- tee from the third district. The Press $1.90 per year. Teddy Gilbert of Chamberlain was in town yesterday.. A meeting of the Kommcrcial Klub was held at the Coye-Dithmer Land Co.’s office on Wednesday evening and the town well proposition was throughly discussed. The committee which has the matter in charge re- ported that they had tested and found about four feet of water at a depth of twenty-five feet. It was the sense of the meeting that the executive com- mittee of the Klub take the matter in hand and put down an eight foot hole deep enough to secure a good supply of water. The committee was also authorized to raise the necessary funds amqgg the business men. Wort on the well will be comijienc- ed at once and rushed te completion. This is a much needed improvement and one that will be greatly appre- ciated by all country visitors to our' city., The passenger trains on this divi- sion were abandoned last ni jht or ac-j count of the heavy rains making tb«f roadbed soft..

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