The Kadoka Press in Kadoka, South-Dakota
7 Oct 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - October 7, 1910, Kadoka, South Dakota/ Jz p VOLUME 111 Stanley County Fair Premium Awards Race Program. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st. Gelding or mare 3 years old or more, Ist and 2nd, Scotty Brown. Gelding or mare under 3 years old, Ist, Scotty Brown.Running Race, Half Mile and Re- peat, Purse $15.00. Entries—That’s Why, by J. McHenry; Daisy Suther- land, by W. 11. Runyon; Tag; Red Bird, by Geo. Porch. Won by That’s Why. Horse sucking colt, Ist, Scotty Brown. Mare sucking colt, Ist, C. T. Craft. Hdrse or mare 1 year old, Ist, C. T. Craft. 2nd, Wm. Coyle. Horse or mare 2 years old, Ist, Scot- ty Brown. Running Race, Quarter Mile Dash, Purse SIO.OO. Entries—Eagle Boy, by Silas Breast; Daisy Sutherland, by W. H. Runyon; Wild Bill, by Dan Powell; Cryanthian, by W. H. Perkey. Won by Eagle Boy. Best single driver, Ist, Wm. Illing- worth. Best draft team, Ist, Scotty Brown. SWINE DEPARTMENT Best Poland China boar, first, Wm. Coyle. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th. Running Race, half mile and repeat. Purse $20.00. Entries —Daisy Suther- land, by W. H. Runyon; That’s Why, by J. McHenry. Won by That’s Why. Farm Horse Race, Purse $5.00. En- ties by Osnier Lawrence, Wm. lllings- worth and Ed Olney. Won by Osmer Lawrence. Best Duroc Jersey boar, first, M. L. Robinson. Best Duroc Jersey sow, first, M. L. Robinson. 2nd, C. R. Wilson. POULTRY DEPARTMENT White Rock chicks, Ist, Wm. Bru- nais. 2nd, Mrs. F. Coye. Running Race, quarter mile dash, Purse SIO.OO. Entries by Dan Powell, J. H. Jakeway and Dari Uelrick. Won by Powell. White Rock fowls, Ist, Mrs. Frank Coye. 2nd, Mrs. J. Clarke Steel. Silver Wyandotte, Ist, Mrs. B. L. McNally. Cow Pony Race, turn stake and back to starting point. Purse $5.00. Entries by Ed. Olnev, Osmer Law- rence and Geo. Porch. Won by Ed. Olney. Pekin Ducks, Ist, Matt Kerger. I. R. Ducks, Ist, Mrs. F. Coye. Pr. Pigeons, Ist, Floy d ( 'oye. Pr. Pearl Guineas, Ist, Floyd Coye. Pr. Turkey, old, Ist. !rs. J. ''.like Steel. Pr. Turkeys, young, Ist, Mrs. 1-rauk Wray. AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT Macoroni wheat, Ist, Matt Kerger. 2nd, W. J. Lawrence. Other wheat, Ist, Geo. Brugman, 2nd, W. F. Herman. Burley, Ist, E. O. Eddy. Oats, Ist, Matt Kerger, 2nd, Geo. Brugman. Speltz, Ist, W. F. Herman. 2nd, F. Coye. Flax, Ist, Adolph Nelson. White Dent com, Ist, William Gil- christ, 2nd, Hugh Wiley. Cowgirl Race, half mile dash. Purse SIO,OO. Entries—Miss Duston, Mrs. W. A. Porch. Won by Mrs. Porch. Running Race, mile dash, purse sls. Entries by J. McHenry and W. H. Runyon. Won by McHenry. Relay Race, two and a half miles, Purse $30.00. Entries by J. H. Jake- way and DarlUelrich. Won by Jake- way. Premium List HORSE DEPARTMENT Stallion any age, Ist, Wm. Hickox. Brood mare foal at side, Ist, Scotty Brown. 2nd, C. T. Craft. GENERAL ' MERCHANDISE. Maximum Minimum Quality Prices Our Merchandise Meets the Approval of All Buyers. Agency for Chas. A. Stevens & Bros., Chicago. A complete line of High Grade Wearing Apparel for Ladies, Misses and Children at Popular Prices. Exclusive Selling Agent For the Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee. Choicest Private Growths. J. H. Fryberger. KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1910 Yellow Dent corn, Ist, C. T. Craft. [ 2nd, Thomas Hogan. Squaw corn, Ist, John Brugman. 2nd, M. A. Robinson. Pop corn, Ist, J. N. Swisher. 2nd, Geo. Br igman. Sweet corn, Ist, Wm. Gilchrist, 2nd Rav Jewett. Beans, Ist, Ray Jewett. Potatoes, let, Carl Taute. 2nd, Chas. Nacthman. Rutabagas, Ist, Adolph Nelson. Turnips. Ist, Ambros Kerger, 2nd, F. I. Wray. Carrots, Ist, Henry Olson, 2nd, Mrs. T. J. Hoon. Mangoes, Ist, Frank Coye. 2nd 11. Warren. Table beets, Ist, O. Pieffer. 2nd, R. Jewett. Onions. Ist, F. I. Wray. 2nd Mary E. Wiley. Cabbage, Ist, L. Hogenhider. 2nd. Mary E. Wiley. Hubbard squash, Ist, Roy Wiley, 2nd, J. T. Barnett. Other squash, Ist, J. T. Barnett. 2nd, John Brugman. . Pumpkins, Ist. Ray Jewett. Watermelons, Ist, Hugh Wiley. 2nd Burt Gorum. Citron, Ist, J. T. Barnett. 2nd, Mrs. Burt Gorum. Cucumbers, Ist, Ray Jewett, 2nd, Mrs. R. Jewett. Tomatoes, Ist, Henry Olson. 2nd Mrs. Burt Gorum. Ground Cherries, Ist, Henry Olson. 2nd, Wm. Gilchrist. S'- t F.'ai< cs, 1,1. Bert Gorum. I 2nd, Mrs. u -. Williams. Vining peaches, Ist, Geo. Brugman. 2nd, Mrs. J. N. Swisher. Sunflowers, Ist, Mrs. J. N. Swisher. Sheaf wheat, Ist, G. Pfeiffer. 2nd, I F. Zeal. Flax, Ist, Sterling Byrnes. Oats, Ist, D. W. Bennett. 2nd, J. W. ¦ Stevens. Millett, Ist, John Brugman. 2nd, E. O. Eddy. Alfalfa, Ist. Wm. Gilchirst. Display of Grasses. Ist Burt Gorum. Sugar Cane, Ist, Ray Jewett. 2nd, Geo. Decaer. LADIES DEPARTMENT Best floral water color, Mrs. J. P Serr. Best landscape water color, Mrs. J. P. Serr. Best figured piece water color, Mrs. J. P. Serr. Best oil painting floral, Iva Jones. Best oil painting figured, Mrs. J. P. Serr. , Best oil painting landscape, Mrs. J. P. Serr. Best hand painted China plate, Mrs. J. P. Serr. Best hand painted vase, Mrs. J. P. Serr. Best made calico dress, Mrs. F.Coye. Best made childs dress, Mrs, J. A. Hughes. Best made man’s shirt, Mrs. A. Nel- son. Best Doilie, not named. Mrs. A. C. Zemanek. Pin cushion, Mr". J. A. Hughes. Mountemleck, Mrs. F. Coye. Center piece, eyletcmdroidery, Mrs. ¦ Herman Dithmer, Corset cover, Mrs. T. J. Hoon. Pillow slips, Mrs. Barney Paulson. Hardinger embroidery shirt waist, i Mrs. F. Coye. Center piece, Mrs. A. Nelson. Wallachain embroidery, Mrs. Her- man Dithmer. Wallachain sofa pillow, Mrs. Her- I man Dithmer. Hedebo center piece, Anna Dithmer. Battenberg sofa pillow, Mrs. T. J. Hoon. Tapestry sofa pillow, Mrs. J. Barr. Tatted sofa pillow, Mrs. J. Barr, ratted handkerchief, Mrs. J. Barr. Reposse pillow. Mrs. Herman Dith- mer. Battenberg hdkf., Mrs. Zemanek. “ center piece, Mrs. J. A. Hughes. Mexican drawn hdkf., Mrs. Ray Jewett. Colored silk embroidery, Mrs. W. J. Hall. Crochet center piece, Mrs. 11. Boock. Crochet yard lace, Mrs. L. Detter- man. Silk quilt, Mrs. J. A. Hughes. Cotton quilt, Mrs. Geo. Decker. Wool quilt, Mrs. Henry Dithiner. Bouquetilowers, Mrs. J. N. Swisher. I Loaf white bread, Mrs. Henry Olson. [ Graham bread. Mrs. Geo. Decker. | Rye bread, Mrs. Geo. Decker. Dozen rolls, Mrs. Henry Olson. “ brown cookies, Miss Bertha Zeal. kM Dozen doughtnuts, Mrs. G. Bertsch. Jan Bumpkin pie, Mrs. J. C. Pease. Apple pie, Mrs. Geo. Decker, jfrj Ginger bread, Mrs. F. I. Wray. Angel cake, Mrs. Geo. Decker. Spiced cake, Mrs. W. J. Hall, ft White loaf cake, Mrs. W. J. Hall. STwo rolls butter, Mrs. Henrv Olson. :Can Cucumber pickles, Mrs. Burt Gorman. 1 ; Can watermelon pickles, Mrs. L. I I Detterman. Can peach pickle, Mrs. A. D. Nelson. Can onion pickle, Mrs. J.N. Swisher. ! J Buffalo berry jelly, Mrs. J. P. Herr. I ; Plum jelly, Mrs. Herman Dithmer. | > Crabapple jelly, Mrs. F. Kelli ng. ; > Peach jell, Mrs. 8. E. Jakeway. I ; Grape jelly, Mrs. Raj’ Jewett. I : 8 kinds canned fruit or vegetables, Mrs. J. M. Williams. Canned peaches,Mrs. S.E. Jakeway. J ; Chowchow. Mrs. J. A. Hughes. CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT !Work apron, Sopha Bertsch. Sofa pillow, Mabie Pease. Sample patching, Sopha Bertsch. Embroidery pillow slip, Mamie Her- man. Loaf of bread, lona Kelling. Loaf of bread, Olfye Wray. Apple jelly, Mildred Brown. I Best map of S. Dak., Ist, Lawrence Steel. 2nd, George Freemole. Best work in arithmetic, (primary) and (intermediate), Miss school, dist. No. 21. Best display of penmanship, (any rural school), Miss Simons school, dist. No. 21. Best water color of flowers, William Zeal. Water color landscape, Ist, > arie Herman. 2nd, Floj’d Coye. Free hand drawing, Ist, Dorothy Steel. 2nd, Floyd Coye. Water color fruit, Marie Herman. “ •* vegetable, Floyd Coye. Best work in sewing cards, Ist grade Miss Simons’ school, dist. No. 21. Best work in sewing cards, 3rd grade pupil, Velma Sales. Best collection of seeds and grains, Marie Herman. INDIAN DEPARTMENT Pair porcupine slippers, Miss Fannie pq Hollow head.Et 4 ladies beaded belts. Miss Nellie R ¦ Longbear. » 1 ladies beaded belt, Robert Two W Elk. g] i (Continued on page four) 'fw 9 THE KADOKA PRESS. '-.1. NUMBER 23 The City Livery George McDonald, Proprietor Livery, Feed & Sale Stable Good Rigs. Careful Drivers. Open all hours of the Day or Night. Phone No. 16. Kadoka, ... South Dakota. .«<<<««< <4<<<<<<4< Farm Land IN Stanley County SKROVE BROS. LAND CO. Kadoka, South Dakota. Is Your Land On Our List ? WE WRITE FIRE, CYCLONE AND HAIL INSURANCE. F. E REIDINGER LAND AGENCY SELLS LAND At Kadoka, S. D. >«««««« ? The Brose Comedians | * & 4 ... K J Cartoonists, Lightening Sketch Artists W I* J Harpists, Singers, Dancers, * * Musical Artists, g J And Entertainers of the Highest Rank. < $ ¦ -& & | AT THE OPERA HOUSE £ : October 12th and 13th jg «>»»»»»»» ««« *** j< ft -*• 4 , V & A ./'E * * * ¦* >' * K

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