The Kadoka Press in Kadoka, South-Dakota
2 Sep 1910

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2 Sep 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - September 2, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaVOLUME m NUMBER 18 | Fourth Annual Stanley County Fair, Kadoka, S. D., September 21-22-23, 1910 E ? y x Suits, Hats, Caps,$5,000 $5,000 Worth Shirts, Odd Pants, Shoes, In Fact Worth Everything To Be Found in An Up-to-date Clothing Store Will Be Sacrificed at Your Own Price Come In and Get . It Must Be Sold Stocked Up COMMENCING As I Need the for Winter THURSDAY, SEPT. Ist Money SALE CONTINUES THIRTY DAYS. the Date.— —Remember the Place— THE CLOTHING STORE cet piccolo. The bold insurgent will insurge the more, and fill the planet with his dreadful roar, and each one betting he will not be last, the au- tumn candidates willgallop past. The new progressive and the Demo- crat, the uninsurging that are stand- ing pat, and in the midst of them, un- faint heart, our Mr. Bryan on the water cart. A maze of issues, and a mass of men, and 10, a gallus busting now and then, and not especially alarmed by it, the trusts desisting till the sw’ariu has lit. The man from Elba trying to come back, And the poor consumer in his cul-de- sac Unknowing if the quaking earth por- tends Death or the near approach, perhaps, friends. R. W. GROSS. been necessarily of clothes? Was it to be expected in her case that with a man somewhere upon the place she ever thought of any thing at all but gowns, slipovers, or perhaps a shawl? But anyhow, the crawfish willhave holed, And the pumpkin shown the faintest trace of gold, The sassafras willdon a redder dress, And the gods will crowd around the cider press. Or prohibition or whatever will, here is a fountain that shall serve us still, a place of resting and a steal away out of the desert and the heat of day. A place of quiet and the shade of palms, of irrigation and the soothing balms that no reformer till the poles embrace shall eyer capture for a bathing place. The hosts of labor Will parade the street, which willremind us of a hap- py feat in arbitration from the olden days when Julius Caesar was a sort of craze. It is related of that ancient time that sweet September in the Roman clime was hot as blazes, and the union file could only march about a half a mile. i’he autumn equinox willcome around, And Roosevelt, by that time eastward bound, Will aid it in the making of such storms As they may find necessary to a few reforms. And then the sun willturn still softer yet, And the bold October, having duly set His planes, and carefully put on his brake, Will see what sort of landing he can make. Let wonderful WASHWAX do your family washing; saves rubbing and saves the clothes; makes them clean, sweet and snowy white. WASHWAX 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 ever used. Send ten cents in stamps today for regular size by mail. You willbe glad you tried it. Agents wanted to introduce WASH WAX everywhere. Address Washwax Co., St. Louis, Mo. But howsoever and be it as may, the dread mosquito will have had its day, and joining Satan in its spectral growth, have made it real hell there for them both. The while the earthly remnant of it swings upon the window screen, and drying clings to that post which, though wanting mortal fire, it still holds with its face against the wire. The sad first day of school willcome to pass. And the barefoot boy willhide out in the grass, And by the time we’ve caught these malcontents, The Crippen chase willlook like thir- ty cents. It wasn’t anything at all, they say, to watch the mighty pageant get away,the music playing and the flags displayed, and see it suddenly duck for the shade. The gasping drummer with his sounding drum, the bronzed mechanics who perhaps had come a dozen squares, and iu the frantic rout, age and apprentice with its tongue stuck out. Milady Fashion in her hobble skirt willstride the pavement with the men alert to set her right side up again in case she should in time turn turtle any place. It does beat thunder what the women wear, and how they stick on other people’s hair, constrict their middles and constrain their toes and what importance they attach to cloth- es. But bless us, are they after all to blame, or had they been in these things quite the same if Mother Eve's first thought, as we suppose, had not The faint impression the procession made on Roman capital for long dis- mayed the union leaders, when the serried ranks at times not eyen passed the Roman banks. And so it was when mighty Caesar came, and hav- ing found the populace aflame, he shoved September from the seventh place along to ninth, which has re- mained the case. He merely inter- changed it with July, but when he asked them how was chat for high, they fairly inundated him with smiles, and have since been doing about twenty miles. COMMISSIONER’S PROCEEDINGS Quarterly report of H C McGuire approved. Matter of investigation, justice fees 2 85 John Angeid, witness fees 1 10 Ella Roush, witness fees 1 10 Mary Buholts, witness fees 1 10 State of South Dakota vs. Lee King justice fees 9 20 Jake Michaels, witness fees 3 50 John Abrahamson, “ 8 60 Bumy Setheckon, “ 8 00 C W Ooyne, deputy sheriff 28 75 State of South Dakota vs. C Aurl- son and Mary Gerlack, justice fees 3 47 State of South Dakota vs. Cyrus A Wilson and Mary Gerlack, jus- tice fees 7 90 0 B Larson, witness fees 6 50 L J Belshaw, ** ** 650 H>Belshaw. " “ 6 50 Blanch Barklay, “ “ 1 10 Ella Roush, “ “ 1 10 Ed L Geriack, “ 1 20 State of South Dakota vs J K Seck- ler and Geo I Town, justice fees 3 90 L E Bayes witness fees 7 50 Chas D Langley, witness fees 1 10 Spurling, witness fees 7 50 State of South Dakota vs Peter Ohesser, justice fees 4 35 State of South Dakota Vs Warren Mitchel), justice fees 3 90 F W Calhoun, deputy sheriff 18 85 State in matter of investiga- tion of liquor illegally sold, justice fees 4 90 Elmer Young, witness fees 1 10 John Dowling “ •* 1 10 Mr Bucholtz, “ “ 1 10 Mm Harry Roush, “ 1 10 W M Snyder, •• •• 1 10 Geo S Huston, “ “ 1 10 State of South Dakpta vs William I Singnory, justice fees 2 15 State vs Ellis Todd, justice fees 4 40 State vs Alexander Turner, justice fees 6 70 J Austin, 34 day’s assessing 119 40 The Fairplay, printing commis- sioners’ proceedings and no- tices 49 55 The Fairplay, printing and pub- lishing 20 50 Stanley Co Homesteader, print ing and publishing 63 93 J D Rainey, printing 4 50 J D Rainey. 1,000 precinct maps 27 00 J D Rainey, printing and pub’g 61 75 J D Rainey, “ “ 44 92 M L Parcells, stenographer for states attorney 8 00 Curran & McMillan, file usedin culvert north of Ft Pierre 80 00 E D Cowen, medical service to poor 24 20 Dan Bierwagen, road work 154 00 Dakota Central Telephone Co. telephone service, local and long distance 67 50 J H Johnson, expense 12 04 Educator School Supply Co., supplies 5 08 Educator School Supply Co., supplies 17 73 T J Maupin, witness fees in case of L E Boyer 10 50 C Stuhmer, witness fees and mileage 16 40 [Continued on last page] *<*<<<<<<<<<? : 1 * K * g WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! We have just re- ceived from the Lum- ber Mills a carload of STOVELENGTH KINDUNG WOOD THOROUGHLY DRIED Just what you want to use these hot sum- mer Days. Call and See the Wood at the Elevator Prices Right Kadoka Grain Company FOR SEPTEMBER. Copyright 1910 by C. H. Reith. FOR SEPTEMBER Now softened suns a mellow luster shed, The laden orchards glow with tempt* ing red; On haxel boughs the clusters hang em- browned, And with the hunting horn the Helds resound. —Old September Poem. Well we should say so, and the mel- low horn of Mr. Morgan will awake the morn, bidding us gamer for the bins and cribs in which we labor for his royal nibs. The summer ended and the blower on, the respite oyer and the money gone, and Rockefeller as we drill along, bowing and hoping we are well and strong. The seaside sojourner will quit the shore, and the summer girl willllne up three or four conquests in puppy love she has around, and choose the one that is to go undrowned. The which selection from the litter born of summer matinees she will then suborn with things sufficient to unlock its eyes, and hnrry homeward with the gasping prise. The busted tourist willreturn from France with hotel stickers stuck upon hie pants, and tarred and postalcard* ed by his friends, we reap the penalty of what ho sends. Thev’U waits him up and down a rail, and alternately turn him head and tall, or howsoever they may best enjoy the views in Venice or the site of Troy. The festive calf will blithely sniff and snort, and deftly tip up where the hair Is short, and in the quiet even after glow the quail will pipe his dul- H. GELINO, Auctioneer. KaAeka, S. D. Call on or write me, or make dates at the Press office. —SATISFACTION / THE KADOKA PRESS. KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910 ? + ? ? ? a J ?+ <• ? ? ? ? + A ? »?

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