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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - October 7, 1910, Kadoka, South Dakota¦) ¦ Republican Rally United States Senotor Coe I. Crawford will deliver a Republican Address to the people of Kadoka and Vicinity at the Opera House, Fri- day Night, October 14th. Everybody is invited to come out and hear Senator Crawford. Skrove Bro*, for Farm Loans. Skrov* Bros. Land Co. Sell Land. Fred Sears was up from Belvidere yesterday. J. H. Kelly, of Mitchell, was here Wednesday. Naomi Pierce arrived here Saturday from Oakland, Calif. Frank Turner came up from Inter- ior Wednesday night. E L. Sidle was over oti the reserva- tion the first of the week. A. G. Granger was a business visi- tor to Interior Wednesday. M. Baldwin, of Dubuque, la., was a visitor in our city Tuesday. J. H. Lautz and A. R. Torrey were Wetaites in our city Wednesday. J. H. Anderson has been a visitor at Madison this week on business. C. E. Milton was a business visitor inourclty Monday from Omaha, Neb. See the Coye-Dlthmer Land Co. for Farm Loans. If you are short of water and want to put your cattle in a herd, see Inman. W. W. King, of Sioux Falls, was a business visitor in our city yester- day. Earl Mallour came up from Scenic Saturday and spent Sunday in our city Miss Marie Sherwood, of Murdo, Visited over Sunday with relatives in this city. Misery loves company, and the per- son with a cold now-a-days has lots of company.- M. E. Services next Sunday at the school building at the usual hours. Allare welcome. Mrs. E. S. Mayo, of Wagner, is here visiting her son, Geo. Hutton and family, this week. Wm. Lawrence and wife returned Friday night from a sight seeing trio through the Black Hills. Don’t forget to see the Brose Com- edians at the Opera House, Oct. 12th and 13th. They’re good. 11. Geliuo departed last night for Charles Mix county where he expects to remain for about a month. Feeij A few’ used Upright Pianos in very good condition for from SI 12 and up, Redline Piano Co., Mitehell. Free —Free —One year’s course in music. Il will pay to in- vest! ate. Kedlinc Piano Co. A card received this week from Ben Kelling directs us to send the Press to him at Kettle Falls, Wash. Henry Niehoff and family have been enjoying a visit from his sisters. They returned to their home Friday night. The carpenter work on the fine new house of Mrs. Jas. Currie, northeast of town, is nearing completion. Mrs. E. A. Livermore, of Mitchell, was here this week visiting friends and looking after their farm west of town. Geo. A. Arnold left last night for Mason City, la., where he has a po- sition as fireman on the Milwaukee railroad. Geo. A. Swihart moved his house Wednesday from his claim south of town onto the lots south cf the . 0. Pease residence. M. E. Wheaton, of Sioux City, has been here the past week visiiurj. Mr. Wlv-aton owns considerable land east of this city. Free Music lessons for 1 year. Free stool. Free scarf and free delivery with every piano sold. Next 3d days. Redline Piano Co., Mitchell. Tli? Brose Comedians. Clean up- to-date and better than most com- panies of ten and twelve people. Opera House, Oct. 12th and 13th. A one-years term of Music absolute- ly free with every piano purchased from our Ann in the next 30 days. Take advantage of this. Redline Piano Co., Mitchell. Miss Edith Bryan has resigned her position as telephone operator in the local exchange and the place is being acceptably tilled by Miss Glatice Bar- nett. Boren Jensen visited his claim near Nowlin for a few days this week. He has two claims over there. We would not be surprised if he brought one of them home with him soon. Do not fall to hear the candidate for governor next Saturday evening, at the Opera House. Prof. W. A. Gardner will furnish some good con- net music. Everybody invited. George Lambing arrived Wednesday night from Carroll, Nebr., and is look- ing after the farm he homesteaded west of town,and visiting with friends. He expects to return to his home to- night. Yesterday the residence of J. T. Barnett was moved from his farm northwest of town onto the lots just soutn of the Swihart residence. Mr. Barnett and family are n oving to town so as to be close to the schools. The members of the school board of the Kadoka Independent District held their regular meeting Friday night. R. W. Gross was appointed as a mem- ber of the board to fillthe vacancy caused by R.M. Bennett moving away. For Sale—My confectionery store. I willsell the stock, fixtures and build- ing and lot, or I will sell the stock and fixtures alone and rent the build- ing. The reason for selling is that I have other business that needs my attention. Otto C. SHaßon. 23tf AT AUCTION BETWEEN 1 and 2 P. M. SATURDAY, OCT 8. At my residence just South of the Depot I will sell at Public Auction All My Household Furniture Everything Nearly New. 11 Pure Bred Plymouth Rock Hens 14 Pure Bred Plymouth Rock Cockrels White Rock Cockrels One Good Jersey Milch Cow H. E. HAULMAN. ! Skrov* Bro*. Land Co. Sell Land. J. McHenry and wife were up from Weta Wednesday. R. E. and Louis Dundas were up from Belvidere Friday. C. A. Craven and wife were up from Weta the first of the week. Miss Mae Plear was a visitor in our city Saturday from Belvidere. See Inman and get one of his Scotch Collie pups, if you want a good dog. D. C. Bond, the Mitchell eye spec- ialist, was here Sunday and Monday. Miss Florence Martin, of Stamford, spent Sunday at the L. Detterman home. List your land with the F. E. Reidinger Land Ag- ency. Dave Sigler departed last night for Ponca, Nebr., where he will remain until spring. A. A. Gardner departed last night for lowa where he will remain until after corn picking. A. L. Bailey w’as down from Plain- view the first of the week looking after business interests. I. W. Wiltfang is in charge of the Sharon pool hall while Wm. Biddle is enjoying a short vacation. Money to loan on farms from SSOO to SI,OOO. Call at the F. E. Reidinger Land Office. Kadoka. S. D. Otto C. Sharon has installed a new’ lighting plant in his pool hall. It is a much appreciated improvement. A. C. Long returned Friday night from the eastern part of the state where he has been during harvest and threshing. Louie Sandal, of Pancreek, la., has been visiting at the Henry Olsen home, north of town. He returned to his home Fridaj’ night. R. E. Warner is having a cottage built on the B. L. McNally land, just east of the school house, which he willoccupy as soon as it is completed. M. M. Connelly was here this week visiting friends and looking after pro- perty interests. He is now located at Bapid City where he is engaged in tnc icul stat< business. Carl Hagea, of Canton, returned to his home Friday night after a visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Henry Olsen. While here he purchased the Paul Pretzer farm north of town. Geo. L. Emerson left last night for Mitchell. He willvisit at that city and at lowa points and then go to Carlyle, Kas., to visit his parents. He expects to be gone about a month. The M. E. Aid willmeet next week on Wednesday afternoon instead of Thursday as usual, at the home of Mrs. J. P. Eddy. We hope to see a good attendance as there is business of importance. A deal was closed the first of the week whereby J. M. Trimble becomes owner of the McDonald livery stable. Mr. Trimble moved hie house from the farm yesterday and himself and family willsoon be residents of our city. The city jail was moved from its former location yesterday onto the lot owned by the city north of the J. P. Eddy meat market. The fire en- gine house was also moved from its location south of Chastka & Co’s, store. Martin Johnson and wife, accom- panied by Miss Lottie Eldridge, de- parted Monday night for Montana. They expect to spend two weeks in the Bitter Root country, around Florence, near which place Mr. John- son recently purchased a ten acre fruit farm. The series of meeting conducted last week at the Catholic Churph by 1 Rev.- Duren, of Groton, were well at- tended and thoroughly enjoyed by the large congregations. Father Du- ren is an eloquent speaker and much good was accomplished through his labors here. Thursday night after the show a ; box supper and dance will be given 1 at the Opera House. The Shimke Bros, orchestra, of near Philip, will ¦ furnish music for the dance and the baskets willbe sold as auction. The ladies are requested to bring baskets. The proceeds from the sale of the I baskets will be used to pay off the in- ¦ debtedness of the ball team. Come out and help the ball boys. ' Mr. Rasmus O. Skrove and Miss , Mary Vognild, both of this city, were , united in marriage at Mitchell last I Sunday morning. They returned to this citv Monday morning and Tues- day evening a reception was given in their honor at the- home of the groom’s mother, Mrs. K. Skrove. Mr. and Mrs Skrove axe both well and favorably known to our citizens and are extremely popular with their many friends and acquaintance, who Join with the Press in extending con- gratulations and wishing them a most happy journey along life’s pathway. They will remain here for a short time and then go to Canada to make I to sir bonte« Skrov* Bro*. Writ*Flr*ln*ur*nc* F. L. Gilmore was here from Cham- berlain Wednesday. Lou Meinzor, of Mitchell, was a visitor here Wednesday. Money to Loan on Farms. F. E. Reidinger Laud Agency. F. P. Ramses, of Omaha, Nebr., was a visitor in our city Monday. F. E. Reidinger made a business trip to Belvidere the first of the week. O. E. Stuart and A. G. Granger made a business trip to Stamford yes- terday. Bisbop Bush, was here from Lead, Sunday and conducted services at the Catholic Church. Mrs Ed Barr and son Ray were up fr<mi Belvidere yesterday consulting the Optician and Dentist. F. E. Reidinger Land Agency deals in all kinds of Real Estate. Call In. Nels Peterson, of Canton, was here last week looking over the country and visiting at the Henry Olsen home, north of town. Ebtrayed—Black cow’, 6 years old. wt. 950. Branded Yon left hip. Left my place Oct 4. Finder please notify F. J. Young, Kadoka, S. D. Saturday evenning a number of the ladies of our *ity gave Mr. and Sirs. M. D. Boswell a linen shower. The ladies were invited in and a most hospitable evening spent. J. H. Fryberger and family, accom- panied by Mrs. Fryberger’s parents, Jake Schneider and wife went to Rap- id City Sunday night and enjoyed a sightseeing trip through the Black Hills. They returned home Tuesday night. Grand Prohibition Rally at the Op- era House, Saturday evening, Oct. 8. Hon. O. W, Butterfield, prohibition candidate for governor willdeliver a public address to the people of Kado- ka Saturday evening. Prof. W. A. Gardner, coruetist, will furnish music and a full house is anticipated. Hon. Coe. I. Crawford, U. 8. Sen- ator, willdeliver a republican address at the Opera House, Friday night, Oct. 14th. Everybody is cordially in- vited to come out and hear the Sena- tor. He also speaks at Cottonwood on the night of the 10th and the night of the 13th Congressman Martin will be at Interior. FOR RENT—43O acre farm in sec. 12, T 3-s, R 21-e., miles southwest of Kadoka, to the highest responsible bidder for a term of 3 years. |IOO yearly cash rent and certain improve- ments, such a breaking, fencing, etc. Bids willbe received up to Oct. 25th, stating amount and kind of work ap- plicant is willing to do each year. All materials necessary for fencing and buildings willbe furnished. A. L. RICHARDS, Des Moines, la. sw 9th street. Frank Coye J. H. Dithmer Coye—Dithmer Land Co. DEEDED LAND and LOCATIONS Farms and Stock Ranches in the Famous Corn Belt. Kadoka, South Dakota 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. ***** Before Winter | Sets In! | * cgt, Don’t fail to prepare for the cold < weather that is sure to come. I have S' a fine line of K Stoves, Ranges E And Heating Stoves. t Call and Get My Prices which J are As Low as the Lowest. < A. C. ZEMANEK. : * MUNSING UNDERWEAR ¦ft MF FOR MEN, WOMEN AND GIRLS It has no equal for Fit, Comfort and Durability. For Sale by CHASTKA And Company .

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