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

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30 Sep 1910

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The Kadoka Press (Newspaper) - September 30, 1910, Kadoka, South DakotaTHE KADOKA PRESS. VOLUME 111 KADOKA, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910 NUMBER 22 The Stanley County Fair The Fourth Annual Stanley County Fair has passed into history. The fair was advertised for three days but on the evening of the first day a rain set in and continued Thursday and Friday making it impossible to carry out the program for these days. Wednesday was cloudy and a dis- agreeable wind blew from the south throughout the entire day yet a large crowd turned out in the afternoon to witness the attractions provided for their entertainment. The program started with a ball game between the Fort Pierre team and the lo- cal team. The visitors were strength- ened by the best players along the Northwestern and both teams put up a fipe article of ball, playing the best game seen here this season. Fort Pierre won the game by a score of 3to 0. The races were good, close and exciting and Prof. Runyon put on the novel Hippodrome act, riding two bareback horses at full speed half way round the track. In the evening Sherry Comedy Co. put on a perform- ance at the Opera House to a crowd limited only by the size of the house. The only number on the program for Thursday and Friday that was carried out was the address by Hon. John F. Hughes, of Fort Pierre, who delivered an address at the Opera House Thursday afternoon on “The Possibilities of Stanley County.” The fair was continued until Satur- day and despite the fact that but a small amount of advertising could be done a large crowd was present and enjoyed the day. The sun shone bright and the weather was ideal. A ball game that furnished much amuse- ment was played between the marri- ed and single men, the former win- ning by a score of 14 to 4. The race program was complete and| Prof. Runyon again put on his Hippodrome act. The most novel feature of the program was the riding of a bucking broncho without saddle, bridle or halter. Both Friday and Saturday evenings a dance was given at the Opera House. Music was furnished by the Shimke Bros. Orchestra of near Philip. The Kadoka Band furnished music and received numerous compliments on the excellent music thev played. The exhibits in every department were fine and far above expectations. The exhibits in the agricultural de- partment being extra good and a sur- prise to our eastern visitors. In spite of the rain the fair was suc- cessful and the large crowd of out of town visitors were highly pleased with the exhibits and entertainment. Next week we will publish a com- plete list of the premium awards. In Favor of Jackson and Sterling. The Bad River News, of Ph ilip, ouotes the following from the Capa Hustler: 1 ‘The most important question which we of Lyman county must decide is the question of dividing this county. It is the most important for the reas- on that it most directly affects us as to progress, improvements and taxes. “We live in Lyman county which is nearly one hundred miles long and thirty miles wide; in area as large as the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined, and larger than the state of Maryland. “Ina county as large as Lyman county it is absolutely impossible to get the most efficient county govern- ment. “The officers are far removed from the people. Much work must be done by deputies. This means a decrease in efficiency and responsibility. In a small county the officers are closer to the people and respond to popular de- I mand more quickly. “This is the time to divide.” If the News endorses this sensible opinion from the Capa Hustler, and we suppose itdoes or the article would not be quoted, we hope it will be consistent and follow the same logic in division of Stanlev county. Let’s take a look at the territory. Lyman county has an area of 68 whole townships and 15 fractional ones; lowa county, as proposed by the Philip boosters, would have 70 whole townships and 12 fractional ones. Therefore, if the News wishes to be consistent it must advocate a smaller division of Stanley county than the two county out of western Stanley larger by 12 townships than Lvman county, which they admit is too large for efficient government and say should be divided. Some time ago the News had con- siderable to say about somebody’s ox being gored. “In a county as large as Lyman county it is impossible to get the most efficient county government.” You bet it certainly is. And yet Philip people wish us to create a new county out of western Stanley that willbe still larger than Lyman county. If we want county division that will give us more efficient govern- ment we should vote for the organ- ization of Sterling and Jackson coun- ties. A AW AAA A A AAAA AA AA AAAX>AAAAAA« y ?????? X ’ 4 | Lumber : Coal : Lumber; X Lime, Plaster, Cement, Sand, Bricks, ! ? Blocks, Lath, Roofing, Shingles, ; X Sash and doors I X In fact anything you want in the line of LUMBER and BUILDING J J MATERIAL. We are in the lead all the time. A complete line of J ? Everything. Best grades, and our prices are right. < X COME IN AND FIGURE WITH US BEFORE YOU BUY J X The Fullerton Lumber Co. « > T. R. Baisch, Mgr. Kadoka, S. D. * ? * GENERAL | MERCHANDISE. Maximum Minimum Quality Prices Our Merchandise Meets the Approval of All Buyers. Agency for Chas A. Stevens & Bros., Chicago. A complete Sine of High Grade Wearing Apparel for Ladies, Misses and Children at Popular Prices. ? 1 . Exclusive Selling Agent For the Chase & Sanborn’s Teas and Coffee. | Choicest Private Growths. | J. H. Fryberger. We do not expect the Philip people will agree with uh in thia as they have themselves well drilled in the modedt opinion that “all things MUST come to Philip.” But Philip in work- ing for Philip and not for the good of the farmers <|f western Stanley county. The farmers votes are going to con- trol this county division election, how- ever, and we have faith that they willdo a good job of it by voting for a division that is practicable, and willgive efficient service in county government and be beneficial to all, instead of cutting off more than 80 townships from the west end of the : county which would make us extra I expense without benefiting anyone except a few Philip business men and a lot of eastern men who own sand I dunes, gravel pits and cactus knobs ! around that town.—Milesvillecitizen. Poultry Wanted. I willhave a poultry car on the Northwestern tracks next week and will buy your poultry, payinc the highest cash market price for it. The car willbe at Philip October 4to 8; at Powell Oct. 6 to 7 and at Midland Oct. 7 to 8. Bring me your poultry. Jake Webber. *a> w*- ‘ t ¦¦ MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD FARMS Don’t Fail To See Us! The Kadoka State Bank, j. p. serr, cashier BIG AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY At INMAN’S AUCTION STORE, Kadoka, S.D. f! e. Linger LAND ; AGENCY SELLS LAND At Kadoka, S. D. PUBLIC SALE! Having rented my farm I will sell my personal property at Public Auction at my farm 2*£ miles northeast of Kadoka, in Sec. 22, 2-s, 22-e, consisting of the following, on MONDAY, OCT. 3, TO Commencing at 10 o’clock sharp. TEN HEAD OF GOOD HORSES 27 HEAD OF CATTLE 27 250 PLYMOUTH ROCK CHICKENS All Kinds of first-class Farm Machinery, Household Goods, Harness, Etc. A HOT LUNCH SERVED AT NOON. Terms of Sale—Sums of (10.00 and under cash ; sums over that amount, twelve months time will be given on bankable paper, at 10 per cent interest. All property must be settled for before it is removed from the premises. A. B. NICKERSON M. Barth and H. Gelino, Auctioneers. O. E. Stuart, Clerk. t II ¦ w? le of a.

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