The Kadoka Press in Kadoka, South-Dakota
20 May 1910

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20 May 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - May 20, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaVOLUME 111 ANNOUNCEMENT Having purchased the stock of the Kadoka Drug Co. I wish to announc- to the people of Kadoka and vicinity that I will ever aim to carry a com- plete line of PURE DRUGS and MEDICINES As well as the various Notions and Novelties which go with the drug line. I have already ordered a large amount of new stock and will aim to keep my stock up-to-date at all times. If at any time I should not have the articles you wish I will gladly order them for you. I should be more than pleased to have you call and get acquainted and I assure you I will at all times be ready to serve you. J. H. ANDERSON Summer Goods . 1 »» ¦ Have Just Received a Large Shipment Of Summer Goods Consisting of Dress Goods, Percales, Ging- hams and Calicoes. Nice Line of Hoisery. k FINE LOT OF HAND - PICKED - POT/ /OES AT 80 CENTS PER DUSHEL ——- JOHNSON & MOORE COMPANY. The City Livery George McDonald, Proprietor Feed & Stale SableLivery, Good Rigs. Careful Drivers. Open all hours of the Day or Night. Phone No. 16. Kadoka, - - - South Dakota. THE KADOKA PRESS. KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA. FRIDAY, MAY 20. 1910 FOR A CITY PARK. The ladies of the Excelsior Club; have had under consideration for some little time the matter of establishing a city park along the draw which runs through the north part of town. The matter was taken up by the local towusite agent Mr. O. E. Stuart and recently a letter was received from the general agent Mr. C. A. Padlev of Milwaukee. Win., which stated that if a selection of a block of land along this draw was selected by the ladies that the matter would be taken before the company and then' was a strong ¦* •'biht v 'hat the recuest would be i p' ¦. i it is made will < ct which will prov ;e . i ps must be take ¦ maK< it a a park. That it. must be plowed, fenced and a certain ! number of trees planted and some * measure taken to maintain it. The! Milwaukee Land Co. are very liberal I and we have no doubt that the re- j quest will be granted. It seems to be the opinion of those who have been consulted in the mat- ter that the block just west of the town well, block 3 of the original town plat, is the most suitable for the purpose and not very desirable for residence lots. It is located onlv a i block from Main street and would be a very convenient location for a park. The ladies are anxious to have the matter settled soon, that the ground may be plowed and fenced and put in shape to plant to trees next season. The project has received much favor- able comment and we believe that every resident of Kadoka will be a booster for the proposition. SECURES BELVIDERE HOTEL. E. E. Morford has secured a hotel at Belvidere and will make his home j at that place. He retains his interest in the Chamberlain Wholesale Gro- cery, and will coyer the territory west.' of the river for that company just the I same, Mrs. Morford looking after the business of the hotel. —Chamberlain Democrat. COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS. (Continued from last week.) Petition of A F Lindgren for an abatement of tax erroneously assessed is granted Petition of I II Newton for an abate- ment of tax erroneously assessed is granted Petition of Walter Young for an abatement of tax erroneously assessed is granted Petition of Ellie Z Engelen for an abatement of tax erroneously assessed ts granted Petition of D. 8. Brown for an a- hatement of tax erroneously assessed is granted Petition of John McPherson for an abatement of tax erroneously assessed is granted Petition of R A Shaner for an ' abatement of tax erroneously assessed 1 is granted 1 Petition of Arne Martin for an T abatement of tax erroneously assessed j is granted Petition of A J Wrav for an ' abatement of tax erroneously assessed - is granted Petition of Mattie Peale nee Part- ridge for an abatement of tax erro- j neously assessed is granted Petition of E L Walden for a refund of tax erroneously assessed is granted Petition of M W Richards for a refund of tax erroneously assessed is granted Petition of II J Jennings for an abatement of interest on 1883 taxes is granted Petition of James W Stipes for an abatement of tax erroneously assessed is granted Petition of H C Goin for an abatement of tax erroneously assessed is granted Petition of Aslop Millett for a refund of tax erroneously assessed is granted Petition of Reuben Ashbury for a refund of tax erroneously assessed fa granted Petition of Henry Bauer for an abatement cf tax erroneously assessed ¦ is granted Petition of W W Wright for an abatement of tax is not granted P, tition of Creed F Howard for an abatement of tax erroneously assessed is granted it.io cf W A Ray for an ax erroneously assessed is g. iited Petition of J L True for an abatement of tax erroneously assessed is granted Petition of Marcellus for an abatement of tax erroneously assessed 1 is granted Board adjourned until 1:30 pm. At 1:30 p m Board reassembled. All members present and Auditor Price Resolution. Resolved that the Co. Treasurer is hereby authorized to loan the Fort Pierre National Bank the sum of $3000,00 for one year and take as collateral a certificate of deposit for one year from date hereof, bearing interest at a rate of 5 per cent per annum, payable scni-annually. Said ¦ certificate to be secured by a Surety Bond to the extent of twice the amount loaned. (Signed) T. H. To]ton, Chairman. Motion was made that the bid of the Klatter Manufacturing Co. be ac- cepted for a carload of metal culverts. Motion carried and a car of culverts was ordered for county roads. Petition for incorporating the town of Cottonwood is granted. The following bills are allowed: Eb Jones, road viewing, 10 days S4O 00 W O Hopkins, road viewing 3 I days 12 00 i City of Fort Pierre water rent [ , for one year 40 00 i Belvidere' State Bank to pre- ¦ mium on bond 25 00 Chas Courtney meals for jury, claim $1.75 not allowed Kadoka State Bank's Bond ta ( approved. Application for loan of perma- nent school fund by Addie J Price (nee Pierce) is ap- proved. Ed Long, wolf bounty 3 00 Wallace Curran, work on the court house 3 00 Ed Junes County Comnission- er 9 days and mileage 45 00 T il Tolton, Co commissioner 7 days and mileage 33 00 W A Hopkins, Co commission- er 7 da, s and mileage 35 70 F E Morrison, Co commisaioner 7 days and mileage 30 00 W O Hopkins, Co commission- er 7 days and mileage 38 00 The Fairnlay job printing for the county 166 50 The Fairplay publishing 55 65 Lizzie Huston, boarding pris- .'>rs, poor and jury claim ;z„7.59, allowed . 169 80 ('. E. Coyne, deputy sheriff 55 70 Fort Pierre National Bank to premium on bonds 126 66 George S Huston sheriff fees claimed $750.00 allowed 325 00 C 2 Coyne game warden for March 51 00 A M Swineford, janitor salary two months ~ 110 00 F L Rowe & Co, supplies for the county 90 50 Albert Heinish, road work 45 20 Dakota Central Telephone Co 69 50 Stanley County Homestead Co publishing 49 60 C E Coyne, game warden for February 50 00 WillA Beach, supplies for co 410 25 Claim of Stamford township for expenses for Frank Ebersole not allowed. Claim of E F Gifford for sup- plies ordered by I M Dotson torfor MrsConnernot allowed Dr J S Newcomer, medical aid 11 20 Byron L Clow, freight on road scraper 72 75 Byron LOlow freight and dray- age on supplies 49 45 Byron L Clow postage 111 20 Ed P Tinker, stenographer 2 80 R H Townsend county map ex- penses 395 80 To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners: Resolved that the sum of $1500.00 be appropriated to assist in the con- struction of a bridge across White river in township 3-south, range 24-e, said bridge not to cost less tba.i S6OOO and the amount cf SISOO not to bo paid until after the completion of the bridge and inspection by the County Commissioners. The said bridge to be owned and controlled by the or- ganized county of Stanley. T H Tolton, Chairman Board of Co. Commissioners. April 9th, 1910. Resolved, That the County Auditor and the County Treasurer are hereby authorized and instructed to credit the County General Fund with the sum of $1319.76 and charge the fol- lowing: Road and bridge fund $1024 00 County road fund 254 81 County bridge fund 40 95 The same to correct errorH in war- rants being issued on wrong funds during the years 1905, 1906, 1907 and 1908 as shown by the report submitted bv Martin S Matters, examiner, Apr. 7th, 1910. T H Tolton. Chairman Board of Co Commissioners ' Resolved That the County Treasurer is hereby authorized to loan to the Fort Pierre National Bank the sum of S4OOO for one year and take as collat- eral a certificate of deposit for one year from date hereof bearing inter- est at the rate of 5 per cent per an- num, payable semi-annually. Said certificate to be secured by a Surety Bond to the extent of twice the amount loaned. T II Tolton, Chairman Board of Co Commissioners. Board adjourned until 7:30 p m. Fort Pierre, 8. D.. April 9, 1910. At 7:30 p m Board reassembled. All members present and County Auditor Price. Petition of Joseph J Winter for an adatement of tax is granted for $1.36. Petition of W S Johnson for a refund of tax is granted. The following bridge petitions are granted. One across Spotted Boar Creek in Section 19, twp 6, range 20. One across Indian Creek on the twp line between twps 2-s of range 22 and ;23 and the west side of SW‘ 4 section 18, 2-s, range 23. One on the main traveled road be- tween Topbar. Milesville and Philip. One across Bad river between sec- tions 4 and 5 in twp 2-s, range 18. Report of the case of the State of South Dako* a ys Watson Fletcher is approved and fees allowed Jonn W Dickey witness fees $ 2 00 'Geo R Erdmann “ “ 10 00 'GeoVorshall “ “ 7 00 Elvira Oakes “ “ 2 20 Geo Keifer “ “ 1 20 J M Walsh “ “ 2 20 B L Clow “ “ 1 20 A E Chapman “ “ 1 10 Patrick Oakes “ “ 9 50 C L Millett “ “ 1 10 EC Bent “ “ 23 30 , C Halliday “ “ 2 20 Chas Johnson, constable fees 6 80 'Ole Larson “ “ 32 25 W J Richmond “ “ 4 70 Chas Johnson “ “ 8 80 •• ‘‘ .... 2 00 E S Henderson jury fees 1 10 E C Lobdell “ “ 1 10 E L Johnck “ “ 1 10 , Guy Lobdell “ “ 1 10 John Enger “ “ 1 1<» S H Young “ “ 1 10 T H Tolton appoints Jim Hull and George Holley road overseers for his district. Eb Jones and W O Hopkins are ap- pointed road viewers. F E Morrison, W O Hopkins and Eb Jones are appointed as a committee to view Kadoka, North Fork and Mexican creek bridges. On motion board adjourned untilMay 10, 1910. T H Tolton, Chairman j Chas M Price, County Auditor. NUMBER 3 To the Voters of Stanley County, S. D.: Upon the urgent request of the Republicans of Stan- ley county, I am a candidate for Representative, sub- ject to the decision of the electors, at the primaries on June 7th, 1910. It is fitting at this time that I express my position on certain political matters. I endorse the Roosevelt policies and the “square deal” all along the line. I stand for such policies in state affairs as will promote the best interests of all the people of South Dakota, and that our state institu- tions receive liberal support, especially those appertain- ing to Education and Agriculture. That the affairs of our state be managed with sound judgment and in vigorous business like manner and that our legislature attend to the duties resting upon them instead of playing politics. That our next legislature provide for an immigration bureau, with a commissioner and liberal appropriations to successfully advertise our great state and especially western South Dakota. That the experimental farm at Cottonwood receive such appropriations and support from the state as will enable it to be of the greatest possible benefit to the farmers of Stanley County. That the good roads movement receive substantial support. I favor such action by our next legislature as will give Stanley and Lyman Counties such representation as they are entitled to. I favor such legislation as will give to Western South Dakota as reasonable freight rates as are enjoyed by that part of our state east of the Missouri river. I am opposed to delegating to one or two men, power to dictate the policy of our party. CHARLES L. MILLETT. Some Special Values Men’s Suits . $7.00 to $20.00 Boy’s Knee Pants Suits $1.50 to $5.00 Some Special Values in Boy’s and Men’s Odd Pants. Everything To Be Found In An Up-to-Date Clothing Store. Call and Be Convinced That Prices Are Right R. W. GROSS. M<<<<<<<<<« <<<<<<<<<<<<<M | BURGLARY | ! INSURANCE I <0 The best burglary insurance policy ft ever written is a checking account with a bank; < saves carrying a lot of money around with you <0 and yet you have it any minute you want it. If £ all persons carried checking accounts and wore a j check book in their inside pockets, the hold up guys would go out of business. ; Kadoka State Bank | A

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