The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - September 23, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaI N S
The Fourth A nnual Stanley County Fair, Kadoka, S. D., Is Now In Progress
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WILL TAKE IN THE FAIR.
This week s issue of the Press is
j printed and mailed to it’s readers on
¦ Wednesday morning in order to allow
the office force to enjoy the excellent
i entertainment provided for the Fair.
We trust that any deficiency in this
issue will be overlooked by our read-
ers on that account.
ARRESTED FOR SELLI .G BOOZE.
J.J.Flecher, the local dmggis : ws
again placed under arrest by Sheri >
Houston last Monday for selling liquor
unlawfully. Complaint was sworn to
by D. W. Diek’nson of the Faiplay
force in Judge Dinsmore’s court and
five or six witnesses have been exam-
ined who swear that they have bou-
ght whiskey at Fletcher’s drugs store
without the necessary doctor’s per-
scription. The defendant engaged
F. W. Gfognn as his attorney and
took a continuance until Saturday,
September 17.—Fort Pierre Fairplay.
NEW POSTOFFICE RULES.
Our pcstmasner formulates the fol-
lowing rules for the benefit of his pat-
rons and that von may know what
you may exact: No lettere'givenjjnt
until they have been received. If
you don’t get a letter or paper on the
day you expect it have the postmast-
er look through all the boxes and
down the cellar also. It ought to be
there somewhere and he likes to hunt
for it just to please you. If your
friend don’t write rave at the post-
master. He is to blame. If he tells
you no, put on a grief look and say
there ought to be some. He is prob-
ably hiding your mail for the pleas-
ure of having you call for it. Ask
him to look again. If you are buying
stamps make him lick them and put
them on that’s his business.
STANLEY COUNTY FAIR OPENS. TO THE CITIZENS OF KADOKA.
BIG AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY
The Fourth Annual Stanley County
Fair is now on, and everything is in
readiness for the biggest Fair ever
1 held and for the best time of the sea-
son. The weather gives promise of
being ideal and large crowds are ar-
riving, which gives evidence of the
i largest attendance the Fair has ever
Monday morning the exhibits be-
gan to ; . ri- ¦ arid will continue until
two ejv,, ; tic afternoon. The Flor-
al Hall will 1 ’ well fill, d with fine
; exhibits of agricultural crops, exhib-
| Its for the ladies and children’s de-
partments. In the stock departments
the entries already made are far ahead
of those of lust year and the machin-
ery exhibits are well worth seeing.
Fort Pierre and Kadoka willout on
' a tine exhibition of the national game
this afternoon and the race program
is a good one. The evening will be
taken up with Indian pow-wows and
The Sherry’s will put on a perform-
ance at the Opera House.
The merry-go-round is here and is
being set up, while the balloon will
Thursday and Friday willalso be
big days, with a fast ball game each
day and a fine racj program. Thurs-
day afternoon Johu F. Hughes, of
Fort Pierre deliver an address in front
’of the grandstand and Friday after-
, noon the Fair visitors will have the
I pleasure of listening to Alvin W.
Waggoner, of Philip.
Thursday forenoon one of the most
amusing features of the Fair will be
' pulled off—the candidates Dall game. !
I wish to extend a most hearty in-
vitation to the intelligent and though-
ful people of Kadoka to a novel and
most interesting course of eight lec-
ures which is to be given by Very
Reverend Stephen Duren, D. D.. of
Graton, S. D., during the coming
week in the Kadoka Opera House in
this city. The lectures willbegin on
Sunday’ evening, Sept. 25, at 7:30 and
close Sunday evening, Oct. 2, at the
These lectures are not intended to
be controversial in any sense of the
word, but are to be simply and purely
explanatory of the doctrines of the
Catholic Church. The subject of re-
ligion is becoming more and more a
question of deep and fascinating in-
terest to large numbers of serious and
thoughtful people. The Catholic
Church, the old Mother Church,
claims to have a satisfactory answer
to give to the various questions and
doubts that are perplexing the minds
of multitudes of people to-day on
matters of Religion.
At INMAN’S AUCTION STORE, Kadoka, S.D.
L. K. Goldsmith. Cash. Fort Pierre Bank R, A. Bielski, Cash. First Slate Bank of Philip
Martin JohuHOrt. Pfes. Bank of KadokA L. A. Pier. Casliier, Belvidere State Bank
Home Land & Abstract Co.
M. L. Parcells cretary and Bunded Abstracter
Respectfully Solicits Your Business; Fort Pierre, S. D.
jITHE SHERRYSI |
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| Peerless Musicians
Vocalists Dancers g
Musical Sketch Artists. g
AT - THE - OPERA - HOUSE I
TWn NICHTQ wl
Various circumstances have con-
spired to spread abroad many’ erron-
eous ideas and views about the history,
doctrines and practices of the Catho-
lic Church. This is an age of enlight-
enment and in every branch of knowl-
edge we all want to get at the bottom
of facts. It has, therefore, been
thought well to place before the in-
teligcnt people of this city, as has
been done sucessfully in other towns,
a fair and candid statement of the
teaching and discipline of the Catho-
Lay aside your work and come in
and enjoy the Fair. It willbe better
than ever before and you owe your-
self a little recreation.
The most scrupulous care willbe
taken not to offei.l the religious con-
victions of any man or woman who
may attend. The principles on which
these lectures will be given is: Malice
toward none and charity towards Ml.
Sincerely Yours in Christ,
Rev. Thomas J. F. McNaboe.
Subscribe for the Press Skrove Bros. Lahti do. Sell Land.
THEN TOM WENT HOME.
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Mrs. Henry Angell was very much
incensed the first of the week over
the temporary loss of a new bicycle
which she had recently bought for
her son, Edgar. It was stolen from
the residence on Deadwood street
and a reward of S4O was offered for
its recovery and the apprension of the
thief. It was found at Cottonwood
in the possession of a boy who, had
been about Fort Pierre two or three
days, and at last stole the bicycle
and started for his home at Wasta.
After the wheel was brought back
and the thief was landed in jail, Mi*S.
Angell and Chairman Tolton of the
board of County commissioners, met
on the street and a conversation en-
sued regarding part of the reward, it
being supposed that the lady had
agreed to pay $lO of the amount.
As words waxed warm in front of
Fischer Bros, store, the lady began
emphasizing the point she was try-
ing to make with appropriate gestures
and Tom. who was standing directly
in liiie with her strenuous conversa-
tion, was knocked off the sidewalk.
Not believing that the honor of the
white race needed any further at-
tempts at vindication this year of our
Lord. 1910, Tom did not attempt to
come back, but left shortly after for
his home at Fort Bennett, whdre he
is doubtless philosophising on man’s
inhumanity to man, especially when
he is chairman of the board, and the
man happened to be a wom&n. —Fort
THE GREAT PROBLEM.
| (Henry Wallace the noted editor of
Wallace’s Farmer and a member of
the Roosevelt couhtry life Commission
in addressing the St. Paul Conserva-
tion congress declared that the great
problem now confronting the United
States “is how to keep enough skilled
men on the farms to grow food at a
price which the people in the towns
and cities can afford to pay.” Mr.
Wallace at some length showed flow
the city man paid two dr three prices
for farm products, that consumption
had over taken production and it is
now a question of feeding the peo-
ple. This question can only be solved
by making the farm more attractive
and by keeping the people on the
farm instead bf sending them tb the
cities. Mr Wallace insists that this
country cannot maintain its high
standard of civilization hnless the
drift from the country to the city
cease*. That the city use up mdn
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On Sale at the Corner Drug Store
TO FAIR VISITORS
During Fair Week I am Offering
Some Exceptional Bargains
In Stoves and Ranges
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Granite and Enamel Ware
I Am Also Making Some Very Low
Prices on My Entire Stock of •
Cotnfe and Get Prices, and Make My Store Your
Headquarters While in Town.
A. C. ZEMANEK.
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THE KADOKA PRESS.
KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1910
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