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16 Sep 1910

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16 Sep 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - September 16, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaTHE KADOKA PRESS. VOLUME in KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1910 NUMBER 20 Fourth Annual Stanley County Fair, Kadoka, S. D., September 21-22-23, 1910 The Stanley County Fair Kadoka Takes Another The Kadoka Harness Shop. Light and Heavy Hameaa made to order. Saddles, Blankets, Robes All kinds of Repairing neatly and promptly done. I Carry a Complete Una of Clover Brand Steeb Teats. |. A. Fraser, ... Kadoka, Soutk Dakota. BIG AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY On Wednesday of next week com- mences the Fourth Annual Stanley County Fair and it gives every prom- ise of being bigger and better by far than of any previous year. From all parts of this great county comes re- ports of large crowds who will be present to see the eahibite and wit- ness the fine line dl attractions that willbe offered. The Fair lasts three days and all the time there willbe something doing. The ball game here last Friday be- tween Draper and Kadoka was of the genuine article until the first half of the eighth inning when with the score • to 6in favor of Kadoka the Draper umpire endeavored to help his boys along by one of the rottenest decisions that ever disgraced a ball diamond. Olson was on third and Oox hit a grounder to Hrachovec who threw home to catch the runner, and Solon put the bgll on him when fully four feet from the plate, yet the umpire called him safe. Manager Williams, in compliance with an agreement be- tween himself and the Draper man- ager requested a new umpire, but the visiting manager refused to stay by his agreement and the visitors packed their bats and left the grounds. Rice was pitching grand ball and all the plovers were giving him fine support and » lugging the ball to beat the band. The visitors tried out three pitchers in the last of the seventh but they all looked alike to our boys. The Kadoka team got away on the wrong foot in the first inning and al- lowed the visitors to score four runs. They made their fifth run in the sec- ond and after that did not score. In each the third, fifth, sixth and seventh innings only three men faced Rice and in the fourth one man got to second. At INMAN'S AUCTION STORE, Kadoka, S.D. L. X. Ookiamith. Cash. Fort Pierre Bank R. A. Bieleki, Cash. FiNIBUta Banket Philip Martin Johnaoa. Pres. Bank o< Kadoka L. A. Pier. Cashier, Belvidere State Bank Home Land & Abstract Co.Chase & Sanborn’s i'he liberal premiums offered in the various departments will bring out the best the country affords in each department and the Fair management is receiving applications every day for pens and stalls and space In the Floral Hall. M. L. Paacntxa cretary and Bonded Abstracter Respectfully Solicits Your Business. Fort PfOITO, Se *. Tea and Coffee The morning of the first day of the Fair willbe given over to entries and minor attractions. The main pro- gram will commence at one o’clock sharp, consisting of a ball game be- tween Ft. Fierre and Kadoka, a quar- ter mile dash running race, a half mile and repeat running race and a single dash mile running race. In the evening the Sherry Comedy Co., willbe at the Opera House and give a high class performance and the at- tractions at the Fair grounds willbe a bowery dance and Indian war dance and pow-wow. Every ounce tells the 11THE SHERRYSIi KJ ..i. ¦ ¦ ¦ .k'ust-lj.’ ¦ , TS,'.L,sn=3OM s High Class Comedians » B Peerless Musicians K I Vocalists—Dancers m Musical Sketch Artists. S ¦ ¦¦¦!¦¦ ¦ .iA i AT - THE - OPERA - HOUSE | N TWO NIGHTS | I September 21-22 I US - mi... ¦' S..JX,X’, ¦: ??-: I T. ¦¦¦ ?, . E.aesn M ffl Reserved Seats g On Sale at the Corner Drug Store B story of their super- iority over the other inbrands. Packed One Pound Parchment Lined Bags The morning of the second day will be tilled with sports and something to see all the time. On this morning will be introduce the novel features of a candidate’s ball game. The can- didates for county officers will line up in two ball teams and battle for supremacy on the ball diamond. This feature alone is worth the day’s time to see. Immediately after dinner, Hon, John F. Hughes, of Fort Pierre willdeliver an address from the plat- form in front of the grandstand on "The possibilitiesot Stanley County.” The Cottonwood and Fort Pierre ball tesms willgive a fast exhibition of tile national game, and the race pro- gram will follow. This program will consist of a relaj race of 2% miles, the riders to change horses every halt mile; a quarter mile running race, beet two out of three; a half mile run- ning race, two heats out of three; a cowboy race of one-half mile, beet two in three and a mule race of a half mile, single dash. The evening’s entertainment at the Fair grounds willbe attractive and the Sherry’s willput on performance at the Opera House, with a complete change df program. The locals started scoring in the first inning. H. Solon singled and scored on Hrachovec’s three bagger and he scored a moment later on a single by R. Solon. In the second and third we got nothing, but in the fourth we added another on a hit by R. Solon and a three-bagger by Rice, and in the fifth accepted another goose egg. In the sixth another score was added and the visitor’s lead re- duced to one lonely tally. But the last of the seventh was the inning. Haire started the pitching in this in- ning but soon decided it was not his day and was relieved by J. Spears, who soon found he was not intended for a pitcher and Myres was com- pelled to return to the box. The damage had been done and five runs pot on the right side of the ledger, giving the lodals a lead of four runs. The trouble happened and the game ended, but was conceded to the Ka- doka team by the manager of the Drape rites. Score bv innings: Draper 4 1 0 0 0 0 o—s0 —5 Kadoka. 2 0 0 1 0 1 s—o Line up of the teams: Kadoka Draper. H. Solon c. Jewett. Hrachoveo 3b. Haire. Biddle lb. Olson. 3. Hughes ss. Spears. R. Scion 2b. Thompson. Rice p. Myres. Emerson if. Cox. 8. Hughes of. Hunt. Koletsky rf. O’Reillv. Rica was in fine form and but for errors by his support would have shit the visitors out, while the Draper pitchers were all in and being hit at will. Rice struck out six, hit one and gave one base on balls and Myers struck out four, gave one base on baUb and hit one man. Spears made IMs bnly extra base hitfor the visitors, gdtanga two-bagger in the second inning. The locals made three three- baggers by Hrachovec in the first, Rice in the fourth and Emerson In H. FRYBERGER. Exclusive Selling Agent A Great Religious •¦*” 111 « ll» «•»•<••<•¦¦•¦ Revival Coming An Eight Day Mission Willbe Preached At the Catholic Church and Opera House BEGINNING SUNDAY, SEPT. 25th AT 10 A. M. And Ending Sunday, October 2nd, at 7:30 p. m. By Very Rev. Stephen Duren, D. D.» of Groton, 8. D., who haa been in this work for twenty*five years. He law kind of a whirlwindorator who sweeps and sways everything before him. The mission willbe for the entire for citv and country. Catholics and non-CathOlics. Not a single offensive word willbe beard. Father Duren handles his subjects in his own peculiar way. No man has a higher regard for honest dif- fering opinions of others. Allevening services willbe held in the Opera 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 10:00 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 2flth 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. M. Allthe Secrets of the Confession Revealed. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th 10:00 A. M. Superstition of Scapular 2:00 P. M. Idolatry of Buttons of the Cross. 7:30 P. M. Deathbed Repentance. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2»th 10:00 A. M. Purgatory. 2:00 P. M. Salvation Without Prayer. 7:30 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. Holy Name of Jesus. 7:30 P. M. (Subject Announced After a Story is Told.) SATURDAY, OCTOBER Ist 10-00 A. M. Catholic Church Founded Upon Divine Authority. 1-ne p. M. Meaning of Ceremonies and Vestments. TfM P. M. "Most Blessed 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. 7:30 P. M. Why Some Lose Their Faith. Two Flags. {Keep this program for use of the entire week. fNo entrance charges. free. invited and a thous- and times welcome. <The Reverend Father speaks English, Germah, French, Belgian and Hollandish. No preaching in Latin. A "QunsnoW Box” willbe placed at the entrance door, into which people may drop Questions on Catholic Doctrine, Prac- tices, Etc., which willbe answered at the evening exercises. Questions may also bo sent by mail. The program for the third day will start early and including the Cotton- wood and Kadoka ball teams who will engage in a battle royal for the dia- mond honors. The race program will be a cowgirls relay race of one and one-half mile, to change horses every half mile, a quarter miletanning race, best two in three; a hAlf Mlle running race, beat two in three ; a mule race of a half mile; roping Contest; 1200 pound farm horse race of a quarter mile; a cow pony race, 100 yards, tuta and stake and back to starting point; the Indian stampedb race, and a bucking broncho contest. Night attractions willalso be provided. A merry-go-rotand will be on the grounds ail three days to provide amusement fo# both old and young, and the Cottonwood band willdis- couroe mnsie goring the entire three days of the FUr. There will also be numerous other attractions of which we have not spoken, besides the fine exhibits in the cattle and torse stalls, swine pens, chicken yards and Floral Hall. Lay asHe your work for Wed- nesday, Thursday and Friday of next week and take in the Stanley County Fair, your fair. Remember the ex- hibits willbe better; the attractions better and more numerous and the crowds larger than ever before. Be there—be one of the throng. Powell Mercantile Company Sells. The Powell Mercantile Co., of Pow- ell, have sold their stock of merchan- dise and store building to R. M. Wad- dell and he haa already taken posses- sion. Cleophas Rousseau, who has been the manager of the concern, will remain in the store until the new management has made other arrange- ments. We understand that the deal included the bum now occupied by Claude Ramsey to the stockholders of the Powell Mercantile Co. The company conducting the store was incorporated with Anderson Michael, Dan Powell and Cleophas Rousseau as the stockholders.—Bad River Nows. AUCTION IN KADOKA SATURDAY, SEPT. 17 2 Good Work Horses First Class Milch Cow With Steer Calf by Side. - 30 YOUNG PLYMOUTH ROCK CHICKENS IS PLYMOUTH ROCK HENS. Rock Island Disc cultivator with lev- IveeiVillllVrjFp elera, 16-inch breaking plow, 16-tnch walking stirring plow, Hoosier seeder nearly new, 6-foot Mc- Cormick binder, Champion mower, 2-seated buggy, hay rack and sweep. Household Goods-Stoves, Bods Chairs, etc Terms—Sums ot |ls and under, cash. On sums over that amount one year’s time willbe 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, Cleek. the seventh and two two-baggers, one by Koletsky in the fifth and one by R. Solon in the seventh. B. L. McNally officiated as the oth- er indicator holder and gave good satisfaction, not a single objection being registered to his decisions. The following from the Murdo Coy- ote refers to Malone the Draper um- pire who attempted to steal the game here last Friday for his home boys: "In the eeventh the visitors were handed two runs by Malone, the um- pire, an what many of tho Draperites agreed did not even look like a close decision. T,en to even (?) things up la our half after one run had been scored Jenkins was called out at home on a decision that was so very close that tne runner deserved the favor. There is no question but what Murdo got the wont of the umpires’ deci- sions and it happened that those that seemed at all dose counted much in the scoring.” Wa Wart You—to come and see the beet Fair ever held in Stanley County. Sept. 21-22-33,1210. 1 *.¦ ’•'Vl

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