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The Kadoka Press Newspaper Archives May 22 1908, Page 1

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - May 22, 1908, Kadoka, South DakotaVOLUME 1 KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, MAY 22nd, 1908 THE KADOKA PRESS. NUMBER 3 I 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 IF 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 vour 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 yon want to trade your farm for a meat market do- ing a good business f 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 1 am getting lined up where I can give you results, so IF you want to sell your land, list it with ML You are looking for a Loan on your Farm, or Have any money to Invest on GiltEdge ' Mortgages I rataawijliuijnwjuwwwffw CALLON F. E. Reidinger Land Agency F. E. Reidinger Land Agency Kadoka, • Santk Dakota Write ior Land Lists Kadoka, - - SoaA Dakota. References: lowa State Nat*l Bank Sioux City, lowa First National Bank of Tyndall, S. B. Bank Of Kadoka Kadoka, S. B. Kadoka State Bank Kadoka, *.B. F. E. Reidinger F. E. Reidinger Notary Public Notary Public ¥ F. E. Reidinger Land Agency Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, Investments F. E. Reidinger, the Land Man Buys, Selk and Peak In DIRT He is the man who sells the earth in any locality and in any quantity in Stanley and Pennington Counties TOWN ELECTION HELD. The special town election was held on Tuesday and a tall UH of town offi- cers were elected. The nominees of the Citizen's caucus were elected, as was J. A. Jones the Independent cau- cus nominee from the first district there being no opposition. The only contests were for the offi- ces of trustee in the second and third districts. Jno. Kisllng winning over J. A. Fraser by a majority of five votes in the second district and W. C. Meyer winning over Theodore El- ston ba a majority of 8 votes in the third district. The license question was voted on the vote showing 88 in favor and 11 against the sale. The officers elected are all good, substantial business men and we do not believe that the best interests of the town will suffer under their guardianship. The following is an abstract of the vote cast: Trustee First District J. A. Jones. Trustee Second District John Kisllng 29 J. A. Fraser 24 For Trustee Third District W. C. Meyer 30 Theodore Elston... 22 Town Clerk Frank Ooye 60 Town Treasurer O. E. Stuart 49 Town Assessor J. H. Dithmer -.46 Justice of the Peace Nat Stevenson 46 Marshal and Street Commissioner I. W. Wiltfang. 44 Total number of votes cast .62 BIDS WANTED The executive committee of the Kadoka Kommercial Klub will re- ceive bids the digging of a town well. All bids must be in by Saturday night. They may be handed to the President of the Klub, O. E. Stuart or some other member of the com- mittee. COUNTT CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEET IN KADOKA. The Republican County Central Committee of Stanley County met at Kadoka and assembled in the Hotel Dacotah at 7 p. m., May 16th. The meeting was called to order by Martin Johnson of this city. F. E. Morrison of Philip was elected chair- man and J. H. Johnson of Fort Pierre was elected secretary. The basis of representation for each precinct was fixed at one delegate for every thirty votes or major fraction thereof, cast for Governor Crawford in the year 1906. The place of holding the next county convention was fixed at Kado- ka at the hour of 8 p. m., July 7th. The precincts willbe entitled to the following votes: — Fort Pierre No. 1.... 2 Delegates Fort Pierre No. 2....2 Doren No. 5....2 “ Ft. Bennett No. 4....2 ** Lindsey No. 5....1 “ Leslie No. 9....8 Hardinggrove No. 7....2 “ Ash Creek No. 5....3 Top Bar No. 9....3 Manilla No. 10....1 •• Hayes No. 11... .2 •• Hopkins No. 12.... 2 •» Putnam No. 13....3 “ Grindstone No. 14....3 “ Philip No. 15....3 “ Midland No. 19....4 Stearns No. 17....3 “ Recluse No. 18....2 Interior No. 19....1 “ Johnson No. 20 2 “ Sansarc .No. 21....1 ** Jensen No. 22....1 “ Dry Run No. Mt... 9 ** Fort Pierre No. 94....2 “ Total M Delegates PRIMARTCALENDAR. The following la the calendar of the South Dakota primary election for 1908. May 18th—On or before, requests for candidates for delegatee to state convention of July 18th most be filed with the county auditor. [B. sub. 3.) May 18th—On or before, requests for candidate for delegates to county convention of July 7th must be filed with the county auditor. [ 12. ] May 26th. —On or before, county auditor appoints three judges for each precinct for primaries June 9th upon recommendation of chairman of county central committees. [26.] June 7th. —On or before, county central committees fix hour and place of county conventions of July 7tn, fix ratio of representation from each pre- cinct, and issue and publish call for thirty days. [l2.f June 9th.—Primary election from 8 a. m. to 6p. m. to nominate candi- dates for National, state and legisla- ture, delegates to state and county conventions. National committeeman and members of state and county cen- tral committees. [6, 6, 12.) June 16th.—National republican convention in Chicago. July 7th.—County conventions, to nominate candidates when all have failed to get thirty per cent of vote cast, fill vacancies and pass resolu- tions. (12, 61 and 69) July 14th—State convention: Presi- dential elector nominations where all candidates have failed to get thirty per cent of vote oast, and platform adopted. * [66, 68, 81] X

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