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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - November 11, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaSkrove Bros, for Farm Loam. W. S. Mullen, was over from Pierre Saturday. Geo. W. Coleman was here from Omaha Tuesday. Jas. A. Jordon was up from Presho • Monday on business. Myron Eggers was up from Weta Thursday on business. Martin Johnson was a business vis- tor to Okaton Wednesday. L. B. here from Rapid > City Wednesday on business. Frank Rood, of Philip was here on Friday delivering the ballot boxes. See the Coye-Dithmer Land Co. for Farm Loans. F. J. Simek went to Mystic Thurs- day night, near which place he has a mining claim. Free Music lessons for I year. Free stool. Free scarf find free delivery - with every piano sold. Next 30 days ltedline Piano Co., Miteholl. Skrove Bros. Write Fire Insurance D. A. Beach was up from Presho yesterday. J. F. Smith was here from Sioux City Wednesday. E. F. Fitzer drove oyer from Klatt yesterday afternoon. Money to Loan on Farms. F. R. Reidinger Land Agencv. . Albert Kelling 1 ;*me up from Norris on the reservation, Tuesday. Don McGillivav, Pf. Madison, was here on business Wednesday. Frances Brandt, of NewiHampton, la., was a Kadoka visitor Saturday. Fred Fetch is having a flue new cottage- erected oiv h’.s place north- west ofvtown. A few used Uptight Pianos in very good condition for from §ll2 and up, Redline Piano Co., Mist Lizzie. ‘Urrinn am' ed Sioux City Tuesday night ami is visit- ing at the home of her mother, Mrs. j Lizzie Quinn, south of Kadoka. | The City Meat Market, j Has just received a large shipment o£SaLT FISH t ? which .we are are offering to’the trade. J ? Herring, Salmon, White Fish & Brick Cod Fish J ? ? ? We also receive weekly shipments 'of .FRESH | . | FISH. Give Us a Call.- I ¦ I| J. P. Eddy, Pepprietor. ? ? eeoeeo?*???.????????????oo ???????????»»??? I**>*!***J*•>*!**>v-Fv•!**!-»!**!•-I *l*v*!**J**l*<**l* J W'haf le i! Chicago, ? I "fltlt IS . Milwaukee | Milwaukee Land Go. ? & st. Paul I $ - ¦" "== Railway J ' It it* an auxiliary of the railway assist- Htirna + ? ing in its development by platting UwTHS + ? townsites along now extensions of its . * . X linos. It will sell you choice sites for ailCl 2 -r $ business or residence in thriving towns , I + in IOWA, MISSOURI. WISCONSIN, - UperatSS * ‘ J MICHIGAN, NORTH DAKOTA, SOU- ~ £ • * Til DAKOTA, MINNESOTA, MON- UVei* * ? TANA, IDAHO or WASHINGTON. R nnn * It’s Local Agent at Kadoka, South Dakota Is o,Uw.J!llloS v O. E. STUART. !l Of Railroad $ ? w.rSwrit. c. A. RADLEY,.Gen, Land Agent. * % MILWAUKEE - • - 2 | YOUR TIME IS WORTH MONEY I r | Protett li! §2 l | • By one of our Real |j t ! Accident and Illness * | Policies. No medi- & I cal examination nec- §2 j v cessary. : : *: | North American Accident Ins. 1 Co. | I W. A. Schwichtenberg, Agent. KADOKA, - -- - - - SOUTH DAKOTA. j» MONUMENTS! Rapalee Marble and Granite .Works. Largest in the north- west. Dealers' in all kinds of . Monumental work, Sioux City, lowa. When . looking for ia i Monument call and see agent, 1. L. WHITE, Kadoka. • >» J» Skrove Bros. Land Co. 801 l Land. Thos. Mayhew was up from Weta Wednesday. If your shoeH need repairing take them to Ed Heck. Enrl Solon was visiting in our city til.- l.rst of the week. PiieJPiirssi sul e. iption list is groiv- ir.g. Is you- na:ae e>» it"* J. K. Smite, of Rapid City, was a Friday visitor in our city. F.. L. Senn was - here on business Wednesday from Deadwood. Ole Kjelmyr, of Mitchell, was in the city yesterday on business. A. C. Vogus, of ‘ Mitchell, was a business visitor in our cityTueadav. Ed Heck, ttio cobbler, will repair ypur shoes. He’s at the Tailor shop. List your land with the F. E. Reidinger Land Ag- ency. Your attention is called tb the large new aevwrtisemcnt 0/ J. iL.Fryberger in this issue. Lon Root retained- Tueeday night from Alexandria where' he l has been husking corn. F. J. Simek, Anions Shoor. Jacob Ilothschadl J. P. Serr Were at Belvidere Tuesday. John Frath departed Wed newts v night for Vermillion whero he expecia to remain for the winter. Feme—Free —Free— One year s course in music. It will pay to in- vest! ate. Redline Piano Co. R. E. Warner has rosighned as local manager of the Reporter, .lie resigna- tion taking effect last Friday. W. A. Schwichtenberg went to Ft. Pierre Wednesday night with the bal- lot boxes of Kadoka precinct No. st>. J. T.-Doty and- Hi Gelino were at Belvidere Saturday night in the lu- teBeets of Jackson and Sterling coun- ties. W. M. Gilchrist was up from Weta Wednesday on the way to Ft. Pierre with the ballot boxes of Weta pre- cinct. W. Vice is- wearing -the star and preserving the peace in our city for a few days during the -.illness of Mar- shal Shook. The Presbyfceriri -Ladies’ Aid Soci- ety will-meet with Mrs. O. E. Stuart on -Wednesday afternoon Nov. 10, at 2 o’clook sharp. Mrs. A. J. Youngerman and grand- son. Eugene Kehr, returned Wednes- day flightfrom an extended visit with relatives at Yankton. The Pa ess is a little' late this week as the forms have keen held open to enable us to. get -the results of the election for publication. Tho Ladies’ Aid Society of-the Methodist ’Church conducted asuc- cessful Baked Food Bale at the Nat Stevenson store- Saturday- E. Shook has been oonflned to his bed for some time pust and Tuesday night went to Chamberlain to take treatment at the sanitarium. Ctias. Perrenoud was. up Tuesday to assist along the good cause of Jack- sou a.;ni Sterling counties. He is em- ployed on the reseravation near Nor ris. Thanksgivirg Eve • Entertainment, at the Kad<*ka Opewv-House, Wednes- day, Now, 23, 1010, at 8 o’clock. Ad- mission 25 cents. Door price— Twenty pound turkey. ¦ Dr. A. J. Hennings and Dr. H. H. Stuart drove to Dupree the latter part of last week. The former is the own- er of a flue (iua rter section homestead sear that plaoe. • FOR SA.LF--A number of choice residence low, in the north part of town near the Catholic' ‘Church and School House. Or will trade! them for cows. 1 Inquire of O. E. Bertech. A large Humber of our citizens ex- ,peet to go to Mystie •-Sunday night on a hunting trip. They* also have •mining claims near tnat city and will do their assessment work whild there. The- carpenters are busy building a large addition onto tho Nat Stevenson house in the east part of town, and when completed will make Mr. Stev- enson-* a - oomodious - and -handsome residence. Alea Vsssoy oL ,T,ripp, was in town today to -reoeive a carload ot hogs which he purchased from Dan Bier-, wagon, who expects to arrive here to- night with the .hogs fron his ranch on the Cheyenne river. H C. A. Graven was at Weta the first, of the week and on- cleation day did , a. little-missionary work for Jackson and Sterling county* and -say, by the way. did you notice that lowa county did not get t vote in tho Weta pre- cinct. ' The ladies of the Catholic Church served a chicken dinner - and supper' Tuesday in the room recently vacat- ed by the J. H. Fryberger store and targe crowds partook of the excellent meals. The ladies also served a mid night lunch for those who were await- j ing the election returns. ¦¦ Skrove Bros. Land Co. Soil Land. L. L. Tvedt was up from Stamford Wednesday. W. J. Lang was here from Chicago Friday on business. A. A. Mundon, was here from Smithwick Thursday. A party was here Thursday from Fairfax in an automobile. E. 1 . Morford was- mft from Cham- berlain Tuesday < a business. Then, and Geo. S. Gernsh. of Sylvia, were here 011 business Tuesday. G. E. Bertsch drtne out to the Chris Andrews sale near Willard Thursday. Sheriff Geo. S. Huston was over from the county hub on 1 business the first of the Week. FOR TRADE— ;ltifl acres of Holt county," Neb. land, for land near Ka- doka. SeeG.-G. Inman. i' Jno. Washechek went to Mystic Thursday night wiiero he has on in- ter<*st tn a mining-claim. Money to loan on farms from SSOO to SI,OOO. Call at the F. E. Reidinger ‘Land Office. Kadoka. S. D. Wm.-Doyle went to Chamberlain Wednesday night whore Fe .expects to remain for about a month. LOANED OUT—Two woveit wire . stretchers. Will partiea having-same please return. Jas. A Smith. Wm. Hickox went to Rapid “City •Thursday night, and from there to Mystic to work his mining claim. • Wm.-Taylor returned Monday night froirf Ciximberlain where he-hes been taking treatment at the Sanitarium. F. E. ¦ Reidinger Land Agency deals in all kinds of Real Estate. Call In. Fred Duhl, who is employed as an ‘-engineer by the Milwaukee, was here Monday on his way to Cottonwood to vote. I. W. Wiltfang and E. T. Nellor re- turned Tuesday - morning from a trip through the northeast) -part of the county. Mrs. F. A. Wendell and daughter returned ‘Friday morning from their extended -visit with relatives a Ran- dolph, Nebr. Jos. Piroutek was a pa-safleer Thur- day night to Mystic, where lie will spend a short time hunting and work- ing on his mining claim. - J. R. and H. E. Woodard, who are employed on fhe‘ reservation near Norris, were up Tuesday -and-exer-. cised their voting privilege. Clay Bryan, who has been'employ- ed in the corn fields in the Vicinity of i Alexandria' for the past month, re- | turned home -Tuesday night. Ed’Heck has rented the-building formerly occupied by S.- S: Emerson > anti has moved -his- shoe repair shop j into itVi ert he is ready to do all re- pair work. The carpenters have nearly com- pleted their work on the new tele- phone central office, which is being built ou the lot just east of the Kado- ka State Bank. A one-years term of Music absolute- ly free with every piauo purchased from our firm in the next 30 days. Take advantage of this, ltedline Piano Co., Mitohell. Tuesday afternoon and evening the ladies of the W. C. T. U. served cof- fee and sandwiches-atr the Sharon confectionery store and- a nice sum was placed in their treasury thereby. *A*moving picture show was at the Opera House Tuesday night and a large crowd was present. • The re- turns of the vote on county 'division were thrown on the screen* as fast as they were received. The Presbyterian ladies will hold a Bazaar in the Opera House on Satur- day Dec. 3rd. Pfease in- mind when planning your Xmas gifts, that the ladies willMavd rtiany pretty and useful articles for sale. A Chicken Pie Supper willbe Served in connec- tion. • Price 25c. The work of rebuilding of the build- ings'of the Cblurribufi Cdltege at Cham- berlain is being rushed and a calf has been sent but along the line for work- men. Good wages are‘being paid and employment will'’be-furnish-ad for sotne tirtie. AnVOne Wishing werkon the new* buildings 'Wan ‘go to Cham- berlain or address G. tT.' Mfulyalrey, at'that'city. Tdr jbd Pfepper* tfhd Miss Addie Vrnden were united in marriage by ! Rev!'D. S. Browrt at ttio Parson ace Wednesday mdrning. Af- •ter'the wedding cdremotoy a dinner > was served the bridal couple by Mrs. Brown. Mr. Pepper is wellknown to ‘our citizens andis exceedingly popu- lar with his many friends and has made • Success of his vocation as auc- j tioufecr. The bride is a 'farming young'lady and resides 'with her par- ents northwest' of town ‘and' is well worthy of the mad who has chosen her for a life partner. We Join with the numerous friends of Mr. and Mrs. Pepper in wishing them happiness jasdseuCoessfid journey through’life. The Kadoka Harness Shop. Light and Heavy Harness mad# to order. Saddles, Blankets, Robes All kinds of Repairing neatly and promptly done. I Carry a Complete Une ef Clever trend Stock Tonic. |. A. Fraoor, ... Kadoka, South Dakota. -List Your Land With Me If you want to sell your land quick come in * and list it with me at once. I have a num- ber of buyers and heed more land at orice. ‘The B. L. McNally Land Co. Frank Coye J. H. Dithmer DEEDED LAND mid LOCATIONS Farms and Stock Ranches >in the Famous -Corn Belt. Katifoka, - South Dakota *********** Martin Johnson, Pterident Arthur G. Hill, Vice President "-¦O. E. Stuart. Collier "-Thomas Brakke, Ass’t Cashier Bank Of Kadoka Does A General Banking Business ************* | Prepare g| For Wmte*! I We Have a Fine | I Line Of | ?j Men’s "Caps g S Men’s Women’s and £ J Children’s Overshoes ? * ———| —| —-J- s J aild Mittens g » Sheep Lined Cbats t J - ¦ - - > A r £ I Ladies Cravanettes : £ *• L ——r-^—* ¦ K % ~~ * \ » * $ McKibbon Fur 1 Coats { “NONE BETTER” m 3 jmf r ~f r .l ; ' [ | S In Fact Everything Vou j* if Need For Whiter. ; | ffi . *>Rictes Always -rSght *ft I Chastka&Co f IbL iff : Snwninni)!*. ****¥*¥& M , iWKitT,i* ; jZ. 2 I . Jfic • 'SK & sir-* fd

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