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

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27 May 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaVOLUME 111 ANNOUNCEMENT Having purchased the stock of the Kadoka Drug Co. I wish to announce 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 : The Kadoka Hamess Shop. < Light and Heavy Harness made to order. Saddles, Blankets, Robes ? All kinds of Repairing neatly and promptly done, e I Carry a Complete Una of Clover Brand Stock Tonic. * j. A. Fraser, ... Kadoka, South Dakota. ?????? Z WLat I« I Cllioag°- SMI I I J r ? Milwaukee $ Milwaukee Land Co. I & st. Paul * ¦ Railway 1 It is an auxiliary of the railway assist- Axrm <a ? ing in its development by platting UwllS Y townsites along new extensions of its on dX lines. It willsell you choice sites for ailU. ? business or residence in thriving towns rx-~ * in IOWA. MISSOURI. WISCONSIN, UpCratCS 2 MICHIGAN. NORTH DAKOTA, HOU- ? TH DAKOTA, MINNESOTA. MON- OVCr J TANA, IDAHO or WASHINGTON. QIWIMiW <• It's Local Agent at Kadoka, South Dakota Is O,vuU JILIICS * O. E. STUART. Of Railroad $ X-X’.'wn.. C. A. PADLEY, Gen. Land Agent. | MILWAUKEE - - - WISCONSIN. ?????????? LUMBER! LUMBER! HARD and SOFT COAL WIRE SALT Also a Complete Line of Windows, Doors, Paper Roofing, etc., always on hand. PRICES RIGHT; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JAS. A. SMITH Pine Ridge and Rosebud Reservations to be Opened. A Washington special of recent date Rives the story of the efficient work done by the South Dakota rep- resentatives in congress in relation to the opening of the Pine Ridge and Rosebud reservations. The bill pro- v-di-s for a presidential proclamation , opening the land for settlement at a , future date and in the meantime a board of appraisers is to visit the land and classify and appraise each 180 acre tract, as agricultural lands, graz- ing land:,, timber lands, mineral lands, etc. Just when the land willbe open- ed is a matter of conjecture but the probility is that the resistration will take place this fall. Because ot its location in relation to the Bennett county lands, Kadoka has been prominently mentioned as one of the registration points and thtra is a strong probability that this town willbe named. The following is the special: Charles H. Burke and Robert J. Gamble ant* two citizens of the state of South Dakota who feel pretty welli satisfied with the world tonight. The, conference reports on the Pine Ridge and Rosebud opening billp have been ' approved in both house and senate and went to the White House tonight for the st act needed to make them laws of the land. Senator Gamble got the reports accepted yesterday in the senate and Chairman Burke guid- ed them safely through the dangers in the house late this afternoon. The Sabath amendment, which uer- mitted registration to take place from any part of the country without visiting the beautiful state of South Dakota was the cause of *llthe worry on the part of the statesmen who wanted the bills to pass, This would have meant millions of applications in the lottery for a million and a half acres of land. It would have cost the Indians a large sum to take care of the registration. When the conference committee took hold of the bills *as passed in house and senate they eliminated the amendment. Stephens, of Texas, held out until late yesterday, but he .finally signed the Report. All day long Burku and Martin have been busy with the house members explain- ing the bills and securing votes to put the conference report through. On the other side, Sabath was seeking support for his amendment. -He looked to Mann, who always objects, but Mann said Burke was right. Sab- ath looked to Ferris and Carter and others, of Oklahoma, but thej agreed with Burke. So, when the conference report came up for consideration Sabath saw he was whipped and ask- ed for time to make a speech, which was given him. He made the speech and the bills were passed. These bills throw open to settlement 1,500,000 acres of land in the southern part of the state. Registration points .will be selected by the department and the applicants will have to jour- ney to one of these points to deposit their applications. Already Gregory wants to be one of the registration points. Merriman, Neb., demands recognition as the registration point for Bennett county. Chamberlain, Kadoka, Murdo and Rapid City have also been mentioned as possible loca- tions for the registration. Four of these towns will be chosen and the registration willbegin next year. STATE EXPERTS LOANED. At the time the two cent rate hear- ing wbh held in Chicago, a represent- ative of the department of the attor- ney general of Illinois attended the hearing and listened to the testimony of the state witnesses. As a result of his attention to the manner in which the testimony was presented by the experts employed by South Dakota, the Illinois authorities have requested that the services of these men: C. W. Hillman, expert accountant on books and C. C. Witt, civil engineer, and E. F. Swarts accountant on physical valuations, be loaned to that state for a like suit against the Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis road. It has been de- cided that these men willbe allowed to take up the work in Illinois as soon as all hearings in the South Da- kota case are completed, which will be in a short time. This request com- ing from Illinois is certainly not only a tribute to the South Dakota men themselves who made a showing in their work to attract the attention of outside states, but also to the state legal and railway departments for se- curing the services of such man in the work of rate litigation.—Tyndall Tribune. THE KADOKA PRESS. KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1910 Lee Moore & Son Buy Johnson & Moore Co/s Store. A change has been made in the gen- eral merchandise store of Johnson & Moore Co., whereby Mr. Martin Jol.n- aoii disposed of his interests to Lee Moore, of Diokens, lowa, and his son A. E. Moore, formerly of this city | but who has recently been travelling for the Tollerton-Warfield Co. A. E. Moore arrived in town Saturday and the first of the week the stock waa invoiced and the new firm took pos- session. The business will be run in the name of L. Moore. Mr. Johnson takes in on the deal a tract of Lyman county land uear Van Metre. Mr. A. i E. Moore left Tuesday for Sioux City and in a short time expects to remove his family to this city. Mr. Lee Moore is also expected to remove his family to this city and will be associated with hie son in the active manage- ment of the store. We wish the new firm success NEW FIRE BELL PUT IN PLACE. The new fire bell which the town board ordered recently arrived the first of the week and the firemen placed iton a tower beside tl.e engine house and have it in readiness to give warning to our citizens in case of fire. We hope it willnot be needed soon but are glad that it is in readiness to use when necessary. SURVEYORS AT WORK. Word comes through a number of people down from the Ash Creek country that a party of surveyors for the Milwaukee road are running pre- liminary lines and working to the southeast, practically along the North-Western survey that, was made last year. They started, it is under- stood, at the end of the Fox Ridge survey at Faith, Meade county, and are to work into Kadoka. Perhaps it means another line for Philip.—Philip Review. SECURES ROCK FOOTINGS Engineer Middleton and assistants have been engaged since the first of the week in taking soundings for solid bottom on which to rest the piers for a new railroad bridge. The engineers have made five soundings and found rock bottom at depths varying from 42 to 68 feet. It is stated that the work of putting in the piers for the bridge willbegin immediately after the June rise. It is also stated that there will be no delay in traffic caused by the construction of the bridge.—Chamberlain Chronicle. MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES. The anniversary properly known as "Memorial Day,” but commonly spoken of as Decoration Day, occurs this year on next Monday, May 30th. All over the United States it is custo- mary to observe this day by appropri- ate ceremonies, prominent among which is the decoration of all graves of soldiers and sailors of the United States. It is also customary to have special memorial services in honor of the Nation’s defenders held in some church in each community, on the Sunday proceeding Memorial Day. Accordingly, a memorial sermon will be preached in the Woodman Hall at the hour of the regular morning ser- vice—lo:3o a. m. All soldiers and members of soldiers’ families are es- pecially invited to be present, as well as all others who are interested In fostering and developing the spirit of patriotism among our people. CEMETERY SURVEYED. County Surveyor R. H. Townsend, of Fort Pierre, has been in town for the past week doing surveying for our citizens. His first "work was to plot the cemetery. This work con- sisting of an acre of ground is laid out in sixty-four lots fifteen feet square with a four foot walk around each 101, then around the whole plat : is a thirty foot drive way. The eeme- I tery has been deeded by the town I ward to J. L. White and E. T. Nellor and they willfence it and will soon be in readiness to place the lots on sale at prices ranging from flO to |25 each. Since Mr. Townsend concluded the cometery work he has been busy surveying the various tracts about town which were sold and deeded by metes and bounds and in many instan ces the owners have defective titles. It willall be surveyed and then the proper titles can be given to the own- ers of the property. i Bargains in crockery at Zemanek’s NUMBER 4 BIG AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY At INMAN’S AUCTION STORE, Kadoka, S.D. The City Meat Market. Has just received a large shipment of SaLT FISH which we are are offering to the trade. Herring, Salmon, White Fish & Brick Cod Fish We also receive weekly shipments of FRESH FISH. Give Us a Call. J. P. Eddy, Proprietor. ?????????? «««<« « « « « « Martin Johnson, President 0. E. Stuart, Cashier D. H. Henry, Vice President E. E. Dykeman, Ass’t Cashier BANK OF KADOKA 'INCORPORATED, Pay Your Taxes Here Collections made on liberal terms. Surety Bonds furnished on short notice. We sell Domestic and Foreign Exchange. We insure City and Farm Property against loss by Fire Lightning and Tornado. . . . YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED . . . >5 Officially Designated XH Depository for Stanley County Funds 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. » ««««««<* ! LOANS | J We Make Farm Loans at Current i* * Rate of Interest | ? WE HAVE THE MONEY | * Our Methods Are Simple and Prompt £ 3 * * Kadoka State Bank | 3 J. P. SERR, Cashier £

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