The Kadoka Press in Kadoka, South-Dakota
11 Nov 1910

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11 Nov 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - November 11, 1910, Kadoka, South Dakotau f 'r a j »... / ! THE KADOKA PRES& VOLUME 111 KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1910 NUMBER 28 Republicans Win In South Dakota. In South Dakota Governor Vessey has won ove Ohancey Woods for gov- ernor by a majority estimated at not Jess than '.*0,000, while the entire state republican ticket has been successful by majorities of about the same size as that for governor. Congressmen Burke and Martin are running about 5,000 ahead of the governor. The latest reports show that all the laws and amendments voted on Tuesday are defeated. Democrats Make Large Gains. The election Tuesday was a victory for the democratic party throughout the United States and they have el- ected enough congressmen to have a a majority of over thirty in the lower house of our national congress. The senate will remain republican, al- though on the election of new sena- tors the republicans and democrats secured almost an equal number. In the upper house there are 24 hold over republican senators and that party has Beeured the election seven- teen new members, giving them a total of fifty-one. The democrats have twenty-five hold over senators und have elected fifteen now ones, giving tnem a total of forty members, 1 and the successor to Senator Carter,! republican, in Montana, is still in, doubt. In the lower house of our national congress the democrats have secured 226 congressmen, republicans elected 164 congressmen and the socialists elected one, giving the democrats a Working majority of that body of 30. In lowa Governor B. F. Carroll, re- publican, has been re-elected over j Porter, democrat by a majority of practically 1490, and the democrats have elected two congressmen a gain of one over two years ago. Hitchcock, democrat, won out for senator over Burkett, republican in i Nebraska by oyer 30,000, while Aid- rich, republican, won over Dahlman, democrat, for governor by about 25,- 000, but the rest of the state ticket and the legislature is democratic. The democrats and republicans broke even on congressmen, each securring three. North Dakota has elected Burke, democrat, governor, a.id the remain- der of the state ticket and congress- men is safely republican. In New York the hottest political campaign has been waged and attract- ed more attention than any othei state on account of the fight put up Theodore Roosevelt for the success oi the republican candidate for governor. Dix, democrat, for governor was suc- cessful and carried the state over Stimson, republican by majorities ot from 55,000 to 65,000 and has carried the entire democratic state ticket to victory with him. The democrats also gained eleven congressmen, mak- ing their total representation in the lower house twenty-five. Kansas elected the entire republi- can state and congressional tickets against tho hardest opposition ever put up in that state. In Oklahoma the democratic state ticket lias been elected and the dem- ocrats have gained two congressmen. The women’s suffrage amendmeuthas also beeh defeated in Oklahoma. The entire republican congressional delegation has been elected in Wash- ington, and the amendment ratifying viOman’s suffrage carried. The legislature of West Virginia is democratic and will select a demo- cratic senator to replace Scott, re- publican. Ohio, president Tafts home state elects Harmon, democrat, governor and gains six congressmen. Missouri elects a republican state ticket, 3 republican congressmen and 13 democratic congressmen. Money to Loan on Farms. F. E. Reidinger Land Agencv. Let wonderful W \SIIWAX do your family washing; sav< s rt hbinp and <ayes the clothes; makes them clean, ¦sweet and snowy white. W v H WAX is a new scientific compound that washes in hot or cold water without the use of soap. It is entirely harm- less and different from anything you have used. Send ten cents stamps today for regular size by mail. You will be glad you tried it. Agents wanted to ihtroduce WASHWAX everywhere. Address WashwaxCo., St.Louis,Mo. Stanley County Division Defeated. The three propositions for the divi- sion hf Stanley county have been de- featee bv small margins. For the past three men hs a hard fight has been put up for the success of each proposition and the results show that a large rnajoiitv of the people of Stan- ley county believe that the county should be divided and division was defeated only through the conflicting propositions. The voters of the north end of the county gave the Jackson and Sterling propositions large majorities in most of the precincts, as did the voters of the southern part of the county. In Kadoka precinct Sterling county re- ceived 175 votes and Jackson 171, and in Milesville Sterling received 122 votes and Jackson 118, but the Weta township was tho banner precinct for Jacksor and Sterling, they, lining up to a man for those propositions and giving lowa nothing. While the returns are yet incom- I plete thev show at the Dreaent time the following vote cast for each pro- position; Sterling 1331, Jackson 1292 and lowa 1122. The precincts yet to hear from are email and will not ma- terially change the standing of each proposition. While much regret is expressed that Jackson and Sterling counties did not carry at this time reports come from all parts of these counties that two j years hence another fight will be made for the setting off these coun- ties and the chances for success are : much brighter. Republican Ticket Wins In Stanley. In Stanley county a much larger vote was cast than had been estima- ted, the total reaching over thirty-six hundred. Thu democrats made a hard ¦ight for victory but were unable to oven onie tho lar^enormal republican majority in this county and the entire republican congressional, state, legis- lative and county tickets were suc- cessful. Burke and Martin, republicans, for congressmen, received about one thousand majorities over Soule and Kelly, democrats, and Vessey, repub- lican carried the county by about 600 over Wood, democrat, for governor, and the remainder of the state ticket carried the county by about the same majorities. In the senatorial districts composed of Lyman aud Stanley counties J. G. Bartine, republican, defeated John W. Dußois, democrat, for state sena- I tor, carrying Stanley county by a majority of 1200 and Lyman county by a small majority. For representa- tive from Stanley county Millett, re- publican, wins over Lentz, democrat, by 600 majority. Alvin Waggoner, republican candi- date for state’s attorney is high man on the county ticket in spite of the fact of opposition from the regular j democratic nominee and an indepen- dent republican candidate. McKay, : republican, for treasurer and Coyne, republican, for sheriff, are elected by safe majoiities in spite of the bitter fight- made to defeat them. With three precincts to hear from Stanley county gives the following vote on the legislative and county candidates: State Senator John G. Bartine, rep »__2167 John W. Dußois, dem 1135 Representative Charles L. Millett, rep 1972 Charles B. Rentz, dem 1399 County treasurer Enoch McKay, rep ....1812 F. P. Ryan, dem 1639 County Auditor | Charles M. Price, rep . 1873 M. P. Kennedy, dem...* 1509 Sheriff C. E. Coyne, rep ... 1921 J. D. Carr, dem ..... 1566 William P. Oakes, ind... 5 Register of Deeds J. A. McKillip, rep. 2016 ; Cleophas Rousseau, dem 1398 | Precinct 56 Strongly Republican. Election day in Kadoka precinct passed off quietly, and a fairly large I vote was polled, there being one hun- dred and eighty-three votes cast. Considerable quiet work was done by ’ our citizens for their favorite candid- ates, but interest centered on the county division fight. But very few straight tickets was cast by either party and the counting of the ballots was not completed until i late the following morning. Besides j the general election and county divi- sion ballots each voter was given three other ballots —one containing the proposed constituti inal amend- ments, one with the referred laws and one bearing the proposition of estab- lishing a county poor farm for Stan- ley county. All the laws and amend- ments were defeated ih this precinct except the county option law which succeeded in winning this precinct bv a vote of 83 to 95. The proposition to establish a county Door farm was yoted down in this precinct by 111 no votes to 61 yes votes. Frank Coyo, Kadoka’s candidate for Clerk of Courts carried his home precinct by a vote of 152 to 26. Aside from Mr. Cove the entire republican ticket carried the precinct with ma- jorities ranging from 25 to 72. Enoch McKay, for County Trrasurer was high man on the republican ticket with 124 votes, followed by Grace A. Reed with 123, Alvin Waggoner with 121 and J. G. Bartine with 114 votes. In the county division fight in this precinct gave Sterling county 175 votes in favor and 7 against the pro- position; Jackson county received 171 votes in favor to 7 against and lowa county was given 9 votes in favor of their proposition and 160 against. The following is the vote of this precinct on the candidates for the various offices: Representative in Congress Charles 11. Burke, rep 102 —41 F.bcn W. Martin, rep 108 —48 W. W. Soule, dem 61 J. E. Kelly, dem.... 58 Judge Supreme court, 4th dist Ellison G. Smith, rep. 107 Judge of Supreme Court, sth dist.- James H. McCoy, rep 108 Governor Robert 8. Vessey, rep 100 —37 Chauncey L. Woods, dem 63 Lieutenant Governor Frank M. Byrne, rep.... 101—41 A. L. Davenport, dem 00 Secretary of State Samuel C. Polley, rop 103—42 John T. Cogan, dem bl Attorney General Royal C. Johnson, rep 103 —40 W. A. Lynch, dem 63 State Auditor Henry B. Anderson, rep 104 —45 David M. Finnegan, dem 69 State Treasurer George G. Jonnson, rep 100—38 A. A. Boynton, dem... 62 Com School and Public Lands BIG AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY II At INMAN’S AUCTION STORE, Kadoka, S.D. DON’T FORGET! ? ? Stanley Co. Abstract & Loan Co. f (Bonded Abstractors) t Fort Pierre, ----- South Dakota. ? ¦ ! Make Abstracts! F. E. RHDINGER LAND AGENCY SELLS LAND At Kadoka, S. D. Mlh ii 11 1 1 F. F. Brinker, rep 104 —47 F. B. Raymond, dem 67 Supt Public Instruction C. G. Lawrence, rep 88—34 P. F. Nolan, dem 64 Railroad Commissioner William G. Smith, rep 69 Warren Young, dem 92 —23 Judge 6th Judicial Circuit John F. Hughes, rep 108 Slate Senator, 25th district John G. Bartine, rep.. 114 —60 John W. Dußois. dem 64 Representative, 27th district Charles L. Millett, rep 108-49 Charles B. Rentz, dem .. ... 68 County treasurer Enoch McKav, rep 124—73 P. Ryan, dem.. 61 County Auditor Charles M. Price, rep 97—25 M. P. Kennedy, dem... 72 Bheriff C. E. Coyne, rep ...108—41 J. D. Carr, dem 67 William P. Oakes, ind......... 0 Register of Deeds J. A. McKillip. rep ...101-32 Cleopbas Rousseau, dem 69 Chamberlain Sanitarium and Hospital The only thoroughly equipped sanitarium and hos- pital in the northwest. Accomodations for 125 patients. In successful operation three years. Over 3,000 patients admitted. Fifteen years' experience in sanitarium work and the complete Surgical equipment gives the best re- sults and the lowest percentage of mortality. Electricity, massage, water treatments, photother- aphy, mechanotherapy, serumtherapy, regular medicine, dietetics, medical and corrective gymnastics scientifi- cally applied. Acomplete patholocical laboratory. Insane, tuber- cular and contagious cases not admitted. Nurse's train- ing school. Address all communications to SANITARIUM, Chamberlain, S. D. Clerk of Courts Andy C. Ricketts. rep............ 3157 Frank Coye, dem... 1248 Clerk of Courts Andy C. Ricketts, rep... 26 Frank Cove, dem .......154—128 States Attorney Alvin Waggoner, rep... 121—89 Burg Brown, dem 25 Ray D. Walker, ind 32 1 States Attorney Alvin Waggoner, rep . 1238 Burg Brown, dem .... . 991 Rav D. Walker, ind..... 191 County Judge H. M. Dinsmore, rep . 1788 David Moore, dem...* j...1«69 Bupt of Schools Grace A. Reed, rep *....2082 B. F. Peadro, dem... ........1337 County Surveyor Roy H. Townsend, rep... ..2070 E. J. Lacy, dem ......1311 County Assessor Frank L. Norman, rep.... ...2100 C. L. Bonasteel, dem ...1243 County Judge tt. M. Dinsmore, fep*.*•*....*ll3—56 David Moore, dem 57 Supt. of Schools Grace A. Reed, rep **113—64 B. F. Peadro, dem ...****i..**49 County surveyor Roy H. Townsend, rep.** 112—57 E. J. Lacy, dem-..**.*.-* 56 County assessor Frank L. Norman, rep 110—54 C. L. Bonesteel. dem *66 ¦Skr»Ve Bros. Writ*Fir*luauranc* SALE H SALE At Kadoka Saturday, Nov. 19, ’lO Ladies’, Misses’ and Childrens COATS AND FURS. A large eastern manufac- turer will have in Kadoka on Saturday, November 19th, a large assortment of Ready to Wear Cloaks, Coats and Furs for Women and Children » Sale will Last One Week Only And everyone in nead of goods in this line should at- tend this sale. : : : This Sale Will Be On Next Saturday morn- ing at the Simek Building. ONE WEEK ONLY AT KADOKA

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