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9 Sep 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - September 9, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaTHE KADOKA PRESS. VOLUME 111 KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910 NUMBER 1 9 Fourth Außual Stanley County Fair, Kadoka, S. D«, September 21-22-23, 1910 *> e : The Kadoka Harness Shop, ? $ Light and Heavy Harness made to order. Saddles, Blankets, Robes Z ? Ail kinds of Repairing nesi’y and promptly done. 3 I Carry a Complete Line of Clover Brand Stock Tonic. J* J. A. Fraser, ... Kadoka, South Dakota. Kadoka Takes Another A Condensed Program BIG AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY Our Ball Team Wins From Murdo By the Score of 18 to 17. For the Great South Dakota State Fair, at Huron Sept. 12 to 19. At INMAN’S AUCTION STORE, Kadoka, S.D. Friday afternoon when the score keepers had succeeded in counting up the ta'lies it was found that Kadoka’s bunch of sluggers had taken the fast Murdo team down the line and won the hall game by the score of 18 to 17. Monday, Sep. 12, Reception of the state officers, leg- islative members and candidates; Beadle county and Huron day, South Dakota Derby IJ4 miles; 2:30 trot, purse of SI,OOO, also the 2:30 pace. •** Chase & Sanborn’s While the score run high the game * was intensely interesting and worth J attending just to see the locals come up from behind and overcome the vis- X itor's lead by their slugging the ball. J ¦ Both teams played loose ball at <• times and occasionally took a spurt <’ and gave an exhibition of classy play- *; ing. The features of the game was a one-handed catch by Townsend, .j. Murdo’s second baseman, of a hot £ liner from the bat of Wm. Biddle and <• a fast double by the locals—shortstop <. to second to first. Three three-bag- gers were packed away by the Kado- <• ka bovs, Geo. Hutton securing one in J. the second inning. Jack Hughes in "? the seventh and 8. Hughes in the •• eighth and each time with men on .. , bases. The players of both teams X put in their time playing ball and cut , out rag-chewing. Yarosh did the twirling for the visitors and made * • three of the locals whiff the air, and •r gave one base on balls. Bishoh did .> the backstop work for Murdo. Rice and Solon were in the points for Ka- ••• doka, the former striking out nine men, hitting one and giving two bases on balls. J. M. Williams umpired the game in a fair an l impart ial manner as was "¦ shown bv the fact that no rag chew- ing was indulged in. '.* The game started with the visitors at bat and just to make things inter- ; esting scored three runs. Kadoka put ! over one counter in this session, and j ; gave the visitors a goose egg in the *i second and decreased the lead of the > • visitors by one score, on a hit by M Rice and Kutten’s three bagger. In M each the third and fourth Murdo M ; added two scores and in the former ’ the lycals got another and three in j j the fourth. In the fifth the first j-. | Murdoite up went to first but was ' • 4 forced out at second, the batter mak-1 ¦ ing fir- hut i heir hopes were blighted < by i f double on a hit to short, I ''' who th; -w v> ond to first making ,11. only double play of ti • game. | | In the locals half of th; ; dug th ' scored five my ' I three runs. The visitors camo back in the sixth with a score while the best we could get was a goose-egg. k In the seventh, the hoodoo inning , i for the locals, the baloon went up J ; and before it could be caught and J safely tied down the Murdo bovs had M chased each other around the diamond n and shoved eight runs across the E home elate. Not a bit discouraged I our braves went into the battle and ¦ with two men on bases and two out, p Jack Hughes lammed out the second ’ three-bagger of the game and scored ? on a hit by R. Solon who was caught I I in trying to stretch it to a two-bagger. • J In the first of the eighth the visitors secured theii* seventeen runs by send- ingone man across home plate. With the visitors still three to the good our kJ boys came to bat and hammered out ( ’ four runs, giving them the lead of one H run, Simon Hughes secured his three L bagger in this inning. 111 In the first of the ninth with a man i J ' on second and one out Rice struck cut 11 the next two and ended the game. Score by innings: Tuesday, Sep. 13. Special excursion trains over all roads; the race program for the day will bo threo good harness events; two year pace for colts; the 1:10 pace; the 2:23 trot; running race of one half mile and repeat. This day willbe Children’s Day. Tea and Coffee Wednesday, Sep. 11. Every ounce te!!s the story of their super- iority ever the other brands. Packed in One Pound Parchment Lined Bags Women’s Day; lecture by’ Dr. Bar- ton (1. Aylesworth of the Colorado Agricultural College, and Mrs Henri- etlh C. Lyman ot Madison, Wis. This will also be Willow Lakes Day; 2:15 t#ot purse race; the 2:45 purse tor s4'co; the (’> furlong dash running race. Thursday, Sep. 15. Governor's Day. Gov. Vessey will give a short address from the platform before the grand stand; this willalso be the Grand Army and Spanish War Veterans Day; free admission for the dav for all members thereof. The speed program will be the three year old pace for a purse of $500; the 2:50 trot: the2:lß trot, purse of $l,0C0; the 2:15 class pace.J. H. FRY BERG ER. Friday. Sep. 10. Exclusive Selling Agent This day will bo given over to the Editorsand Traveling Men, and the! South Dakota Press Association will1 hold their annual meeting in the lec- ture room in the great women’s build-1 ing on this day. The speed program | will he four harness events; three I year old colt trot; the 2:25 cla.,s pace, I| tor a purse of sl,<<KJ; with twenty) starters. Night entertainments every even- ing at the Stock Pavillion by Lom- I bardo’s great band and orchestra; ' r.lso entertainment in front of the grand stand; horse races, automobile racer, etc. In shdH, there will be something doing every minute of the great fair. COMMISSIONER’S PROCEEDINGS, John Ickes, read work 39 00 1 J A Rhea, delivering ballot box to Auditor f yprecinetNo 30 12 40 JJ IL •, assessing Philip twp 167 00 M J Ince, medical service and mileage 104 00 ¦ M E Scovel, material for road work 10 95 Clow Schaff Lumber Co., 2,.K)0 lbs. coal to Ester Anderson 9 00 Ralph Simmack, material and labor for building a bridge across Plum creek 170 25 I Precinct No. 53. Isaac Solberg, 1 day’s service as judge of election S 3 0() John H Fox, as judge 3 00 Rudolph Schneider, as judge 3 00 ! Henrv Walcott, as clerk 3 00 J M Ressegne, as clerk 3 00 School dist No 38, room rent 3 00 J. M. Resseguo, returning bal- lot box to Co Auditor 13 00 Precinct No. 3. Roy Conklin. 2 day’s service as judge of election 6 00 R D Walker, as judge 6 00 G E Towle, as judge 6 00 Arthur Marion, as clerk 6 00 J D Armstrong, as clerk 6 00 ! J D Carr, room rent 5 00 R D Walker, delivering ballot box to Auditor 13 00 Precinct No. 49. I) B McCleery, 2 day’s service as judge of election 6 00 i Dan Powell, as judge C 00 N W Goodell, as judge 6 00 Geo D McCannon. as clerk 6 00; C R Starbuck, as clerk 6 00 D B McCleery, delivering bal- lot box to Co Auditor _ 14 00 Precinct No. 6. " 7'. —r ~~rr t -. iett,:t :~i7~.. BgwwwMawMmMuarwww-r- wwnKtam r ia— - wi. A Great Religious Revival Coming ¦MMa*wwr-swuMMHX*Mr'>w«««nra.MSV u*T<v.VMBMBBMU MMMaaaMM An Eight Day Mission Willbe Preached At the Catholic Church and Open House BEGINNING SUNDAY, SEPT. 25th AT 19 A. M. And Ending Sunday, October 2nd, at 7:30 p. m. By Very Rev. Stephen Duren, D. D., of Groton, 8. D., who has been in this work for twenty live ; < ars. tie is a kind of a whirlwindorator -..h0 s. and swavs everything before him. The mission will be for the entire community, for citv and country. Catholics and nyn-(‘athclica. Not a single offensive word will be heard. Father Duren handles his subjects in his own peculiar way. No man has a higher regard for honest dif- fering opinions of others. All evening services will be held in the Oj era House at 7:30 p. m. Morning ser- at 10:00 a. m. and afternoon services at 2p.m. in the Catholic Church. : : : SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th 10:0 1 A. M. Man’s Earthly Pilgirmage. 2:00 P. M. Why Children Should Make the Mission. 7:30 P. M. Wrecks on the Road to Heaven. • MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23th 10:00 A. M. What Faults are Overlooked. 2:00 P. M. How to Make a Good Confession. 7:30 P. M. “There is No Death.” There is No Hell.” TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th 10:00 A. M. What is the Holy Mass? 2:00 P. M. What is Holy Communion? 7:30 P. .1. All the Secrets of the Confession Revealed. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th 10:00 A. M. Superstition of Scopular. 2:00 P. Si. Idolatry of Stations of the Cross. 7:30 P. M. Deathbed Repentance. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th 10:00 A. M Purgatory. 2:00 P. M Salvation WithotP Prayer. 7:39 P. M. Superstition of Indulgences. Infallibility of the Pope. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th 10:00 A. M. Marriages. Why so Many Unhappy Marriages. 2:00 P. M. Holv Name of Jesus. 7:30 P. M. (Subject Announced After a Story is Told.) SATURDAY, OCTOBER Ist 10:C0 A. M. Catholic Church Founded Upon Divine Authority. 2;'o P. M. Meaning of Ceremonies anti Vestments. 7:.,0 lb M. “Must Bitssed Virgin Like Other Women. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2nd 10:00 A. M. What Is The Rosary? 2:00 P. M. Why Catholic Priests Do Not Marry. 7:33 P. Si. Why Some Lose Their Faith. Two Flags. <JKeep this program tor use of the entire week. <JNo entrance charges. free. invited and a thous- and times welcome. <}The Reverend Father speaks English, German, French, Belgian and Hollandish. No preaching in Latin. A “Ql-Esnox Box” willbe placed at the entrance door, into which j>eople may drop Questions on Catholic Doctrine, Prac- tices, Etc., which willbe answered at the evening exercises. Questions may also be sent by mail. : : ; : : Murdo... Kadoka. .3 0 2 2 0 1 8 1 o—l7 .1 1 1 3 5 0 3 4 x—lß WARRANT CALL. Stanley County General Fund War- rants are called for payment up to and including Register Number 7855. Byron L. Clow, Trcas. Stanley county. Notice of Funds to Pay School Warrants. Notice is hereby given that there is now in the hands of the treasurer of School District No. 41, for the pay- ment of warrants Nos. 3 to 45 inclu- sive and that interest on same willbe stopped on and after ten days from the date of this notice. Geo S. Poste, 2 day’s service as judge of election 6 00 H R Larson, as judge 0 00 J A Hawkins, as judge 6 00 Eugene Carlson, as clerk 6 00 Mike Callahan, as clerk 6 00 Geo 8 Poste, room rent 5 00 J A Hawkins, delivering ballot box to Co Auditor 21 00 Precinct No. 9. Dated at Kadoxa, 8. D., this 4th day of August 1910. C. A. McRAE. Treas. School Dist. No. 44. A cne-years term of Music ab-olnte- ly free with every piano purchased from our Ann in the next 3f> days. Take advantage of this. Kedline Piano Cc„ Miiehcll. J W Stout, 1 day’s service as judge of election 3 00 John Kaniet, as judge 3 00 George Stalev, as judge 3 00 Albert Moen, as clerk 3 00 [Continued on last page] L. E. Goldmnilh. Qvih. Fort Pierre Bank K, A. Rielaki, Carh. Find St »te Bank of Philip Martin Johnson. i’rcß. Bank of Kadoka L. A. Pier. Cashier, Belvidere btute Bunk Homa Land & Abstract Co. M. L. PahCkll'j cretury and Bonded Abstracter Respectfully Solicits Your Business. Fort Pierre, S. D. 1[we LEAD“I ¦| | Others Only Follow | [[ SPECIAL CASH PRICES | Ml Colorado Elbertas Free Stone Peaches, per b0x..,. 51.00 Five Pound Package of Sixteen Pounds Grant:- ¦d Oatmeal, per pkg.... 20c luted Sugar sl.oo \ , Three pound Package of 7 Pars Beat’Ern AllSoap 25c & S Crackers, per pkg.. ...20c Ga!lon C an Corn Syrup 40c 8 Strawberries, per can... 10c X i Matches, 2 boxes ..05c (Y Gooseberries, per can. ..10c Jap Tea, j>er pound 2sc fs Blueberries, per can loc v qp. Pure Cider Vinegar, per LJ' Blackberries, per can... 10c gallon 35c -Jj E. J. Pew, per can loc Coal Oil, per gallon l7c Soda, per package osc Prints, per yard o6c v> b M By placing our business upon a Strictly Cash basis wo M are enabled to discount ail our wholesale bills and are going S’ to give you the benefit of th>» saving thus made. ;'J Besides the low prices quoted above vou will receive yf the most prompt ami courteous treatment at our store. J z l $ I . -- - - = j Watch This Space Next Week For Further Prices. >'! luTeE MOORE I <•3 fl The above prices are subject to change without notice. auction! IN KADOKA SATURDAY, SEPT, 17 | 2 Good Work Horses First Class Milch Cow With Steer Calf by Side. 30 YOUNG PLYMOUTH ROCK CHICKENS 18 PLYMOUTH ROCK HENS. fMRm f*l*S o l'dand Disc cultivator with le ¦ - • VlilllwlJfy elers, 16-inch breaking plow, 10-inch walking stirring plow, Hoosier seeder nearly new, 0-ioot Mc- Cormick binder, Champion mower, 2-s< ated buggy, hay rack and sweep. Household Goode-Stoves, Beds Chairs, etc Terms—Sums of £ls and under, cash. On sums over that amount one year’s time will be given on bankable paper, bear- ing ten per cent interest. 2 per cent discount for cash on sums over Fifteen Dollars. R. M. BENNETT H. GELINO, Auctioneer. O. E. STUART, Clerk. ? ? ?

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