1910: $100 reward for person unlawfully selling liquor


September 29, 1910: REWARD. The undersigned offer a reward of the sum of $100 and agree to pay the same as hereinafter provided, to any person or persons who will procure evidence and furnish the same to the proper authorities that will lead to the arrest and conviction of any person who unlawfully sells intoxicating liquors in the incorporated town of Iroquois, Kingsbury County, South Dakota... – Citizens Enforcement League, Dated January 18, 1909.

October 2, 1930: Voters will soon receive sample ballots from the county auditor, and the ballots should be thoroughly studied so that the voter may go to the polls in November and vote intelligently. The law also provides that sample ballots be furnished the schools for the use of all students from the seventh to the twelfth grades. The schools will hold an election of their own, going through the same procedure as will the adults at the regular election. This practice will enable the boys and girls to keep in touch with public affairs and learn how to vote intelligently when they become legal voters, something that many of their elders have not taken the trouble to learn.


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