The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on October 16, 1900 · Page 5
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October 16, 1900

The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 5

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TUESDAY jOCTOBER 16, 1900. Till; DAILY PIOXEEIMIMElS, DEADWOO It dulls the scythe of Father Time, drives away wrinkles of approaching old age the elixir of life, that puts hope in the human heart Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. The ruest method of cleansing the liver I is ihe use of the famous little pills known t ' M as Ilo win's little early Itisers. fc,asy t. take. Never gripe. Kirk fi. Phillips. It is well known iha' lu. Witt's Witch Who Are Thinking of Their Cold Weather ' 1 S,ihc v. Ill pain at oi.ee. hi il a burn and 6to;i It cures ec enia and iuIv niiiiils and sores, ie f.r p'les. Countered you. See that you MOGCes-T . j BAV.?AVV.,?.v.r.v.v. ? v. It . . ' .. . "V'V.-... - . , i Wit.h Haz. 1 yet. I a;n al-i',e s'ib-.-t itute Footwear AGERAT SLAUGHTER SALE A Store of 20 Years Standing Closing Out Its Mammoth Stock. ky .Mountain T-;;. Made by the oi: M.-.u.-'i.e . :;;.. " i ll tlL'ttlSl. -. Laura ilarr lias (aki'M the y hum Charles Stevens of (.'hi-ami i- i- ;i . I to till orders CO.VC AN US. r; tailor .mailt; suits au.l fur- ' I L ? 1 . . m.:-. Mil' will he in 1 lead wood fa. t that on i- lloor i.- be- WHH E LOGIC. f I !'w r. M 1 o . mfiLrtl N ' -' 1,1,11 1 W. -iliK-silay at Mrs. All'oid's, Dfi'lkeli's drim store. Leave at. anv time and Miss (larr will ( ) ing t coming w-ami heavy including tuxes, .V to place o WE CAN GIVE YOU AN IDEA AS TO THE PROPER THING FOR THE REASON OUR NEW STYLES ARE ALL HERE AMD YOU WILL FIN0 JUST WHAT YOU WANT. SEE OUR NEW. i. from years of constant -e. and must be replaced a new fiout. new li-w e hav e dec iditl entile stock, in cludini: - .. .- 1 Si ,?'. ' in r: ' . - ' 1 i all at vtuii luirai'. .. .. t.r- r , . .. . ! Th iviei' IiiIWi- I.iil floods on sale ;it (be Hi lo i:;-im ii HK.VDWOOI) Till: XOHTH-K. A: M V. U. red. The time lit and aeeoni- ami (11 II' ; ). via U IOSTKRX 1.1 K." F K . S. 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 lie I'lllemll .. i.rJ th;. :r.in : "if 1 :aj!J, ..o.-IJ :':; '' I I ! . . ... . . I li-a inn eoiiveiii lt is to your iu- inoilations the best e :.w.:d to do .ie v.").'-K or ;.,. 5r,., tei I lo hear ! New $3.00 Shoe 1 it ;n mind, li. rf.j resident den-s office to Room 19, V. L. Neil. D tist. has niovt'l ' s 1 ACTUAL COST. W,- want no profit on any of our goods bet ii this and November 1st. we are oniy too gla.. to get them off our hand- so that the store can go thru the necessary improvements with a small stock on hand to save us renting other quarters and moving while the work is being done. THE HOME OF THE GENUINE BARGAIN SEEKER will be at our store .or the next twenty days. In the past twenty years we have had some great sales hut this will eclipse all former efforts on our part or on the part of any merchant jj mi-lit well be: "II I cculd, vvcu!J I cell for half V I II much?" Ivory Soap, being p:.iv, costs money, but J j nt mo.-.; t!)-n a pure :;oa? has to cr. M Syndic ate Bloc k. Peeling of safety pievade the hou -elinl.i that us s One Minute rough Cure, tho on I v nannies reme.1v mat proaures lm- And the Red Cioss Noiseless Footwear. Zipp Shoe Co. 3 THE CITY. T. Robertson is very ill at on Inglesiile, with typhoid rne.liaiii results H I- Infallible for cough-;, eo!il-. croup and all thnmt and lung troubles. It Hill prevent coasumn-tion. li Irk 0. Phillip. HORN HERO ER'S CREAM OF WHEAT FLOPR IS WITHOUT A PEER TRY IT. STANDARD CASH GROCERY 4S SHERMAN STRKET. Don't believe all that is told you. Mr her nme in the west for our entire stock. SO-CALLED SACRIFICE SALES. aio nothing compared with ours. Crasp the opportunity ready to your band at De.Mouth's Ark. Call telephone S7 for uniformed messenger. Prompt service. I). D. T. Co. (Irand Fall Millinery display at Aekermann's, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Any lady 'wishing to go to Chicago at half fare, address E. J. '., care I'iou er Time s. Irand Fall Millinery display at Aekermann's, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. spes K9UjLnsa :;.:.v -UkSr gxj&v&ov ?fcv'C! 'THE GREAT MAGNETIC HEALER the wonder oe Dill Pickles, the best in the land' DRESS GOODS. inc ludini: our lato purchase fur fall and winter. A stock of these goods that will certainly cause your eyes to bulge out in envy. You can get your choice of the lot, for just about one-half their usual retail price, until they are sold. The earlier you come the larger the stock to choose from. CLOAKS, SUITS AND JACKETS. In these goods we are unsurpassed. They all go. and our customers are the om s that reap the benefit. MILLINERY. In tliis department we can fit you out wiih anything your imagination ran conceive, and in this ppecial department cost cuts no figure. HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND CORSETS. Tlu re was never a better time for you to lay in a supply, than right now. those that always taste like more, at GOLDBERG'S. tf OF YAl AGE Cure the most acuts. of dls- ft eases quickly and without the h aid of drugs or knife. Refer- ences cheerfully furnished from all over the western states as ft well as those right here at home a Mrs. Lawton who have been treated and cured. A a CONSULTAHON FREE.S Go and see her and be relieved of$ that long and lingering ailment or disease that skilled physicians have failed to find a remedy for. tii . Suite 14. SYNDICATE BLOCK, but u-i and si e ("p.i.i " sj clothing and lead ilie iii-iecs. It will surprise you. Clothing was never fold so low in the Hills. Chase's, Dead wood. '"all for the cost mark when you go to Chase's to buy clothing; they have ;i special sale on overcoats and siuts (f lolthes, pants for men and On account of the non arrival of some of our handsome new Parisian patterns whic h we count on to greatly enhance tho beauty of our fall dis play, we will be unable to have our opening until Wednesday. We will, hocwever, be prepared to receive all callers on Wednesday morning, and hope to present as fine a display of fall millinery as was ever shown in the west. Very Respectfully, ACKERMANN MIII.LINERY CO. John Jennack, The well knewn haeknrin whose bain is that imposing structure on (;. corner of Carney and Pine i.treets. is prepared to furnish the finest rigi in the city for funerals, calling parties, pic n i c crowds, etc. Residence 'phone, 83 Harrison Kansas City Excursion via the Burlington Route. On fare (plus $J i for the round trip' Tickets on sale October 0-1 1-1 :! and lu The 7:4." morning train is the only short, quick line with thru liirs For further information call at the H. & M. Kv. passenger depot. W. 'I . ROBERTSON. Ticket Agent. School Entertainment Course. The following are the dates for the entertainments yet to come: Dr. Henson. November la. ' M"ndelssohn Male y.urrt.'t. December S. M. Spedon. February 19. fever. Three natives of Finland took out (heir lirst citizenship papers in county court yesterday. Marriage license was issued yesterday to Thomas L. Blewett of Lead and Miss Bertha Ecker of Wilkesbane, I'a. Miss Ecker will arrive today from her homo and the wedding will lake place at once. The Young People's I Hion of die Baptist church will hold an informal reception in the parlors of the church this evening. Light refresh meats will he served and a general good time is expected. All the friends are given a cordial invitation. The Ladies' Missionary society, of tho Congregational church, will meet today at L':3U in the church pallor. A special program has been prepared and all the members and those interested are urged to be present. Harry Traband died yesterday morning of pneumonia at his home in the First ward. He had been ill only a few days and his death was entirely nnexpected. He leaves a wife and two children. Hon. 1!. II. Harrows, who is writ in up the Black Hills for the Hurlinton returned last night from Hill City and Keystone, where he says everything is looking pood and everybody is at work. He will g. to Kochford today and from there to Custer. Arthur Simpson, Sherman lienman. ami William Zoeckler returned Sunday from a ten days' hunting trip in Wyoming and Montana. They found pame plentiful and brought back deer antelope , chickens and grouse. Hilly Zoecklcr had with him his little fer-tet, "Hobby," with which they had a great deal of sport hunting rabbits. Capt. Enos McLaughlin returned to Denver last evening where h; and his wife have madeHfeir home with their son Frank since last April. The captain says that since he was old enough he has voted the whig and republican ticket, except four years ag he made tho political mistake of hi; life and voted for Bryan, but this year to make amends he and his wife will 'oth vote for McKinley. Mrs. Mclaughlin is 71 years old and will cast her first vote, If she lives until (Formerly occupied by Dr. Bab- J COCK.) A'A'iVjVA ' V -X Marriage license was issued to Henry Pankalla and Lowcna Tuepkcr, both of Lead. F. I). Smuh can save you money cn lumber. All ho asks is a chance t? flu-o with ;cv. Grand Fall Millinery display at Ai kermann's, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. ESTEY PIANO, both styli.-hand to be had only at. Hartley's No. i'."'.'. Hv Hullo, k hotel. THE AROMA OK Ol'U IT.c MOCHA AND JAVA COKFE IS UNSURPASSED TRY IT. STANDARD CASH GROCERY 4S SI 1 Kit MAN ST. TWO DOLLARS plus one fare Dead-wood to Kansas City: and return via "NORTIIWICSTLRN LINE." Tickets on sale October 0 1 1 -Ti and Ulth. Call on V. A Hampton. City Ti. ki t Ae. iit. for all . particulars. Mrs. Mooney has ju.-t returned from New York, with all the latest ideas in lace, and embroidery. Call and inspect her new goods. If foitune di.-icgard thy claim Don't han thy; le ad in fear and shame Hut marry the girl you love best. Koiky Mountain Tea will do the rest. Ask your draggist. Miss Van Gunda. head trimmer at Seebick's. has returned from New-York and Chi. ago with a full line of winter hats, dress goods and trimmings. Mr. Seebick is now prepared to mee t his customers and invites inspection of his winter goods." MS a LOO These goods all go at one-half their usual retail price. I CARPETS. CURTAINS AND WALL ! PAPER. j You have got to have a new carpet j this fall, some new curtains and you, ought to have your walls covered with i pew paper. ! BLANKETS AND FLANNELS. Prepare for that first, cold snap. I You knovr it is always "the worst of, the --eason." Buy plenty of blankets while they are c heap; then you'll be j ready. i CLOTHING. Our new stock of fall and winter j clothing which we placed on our ta- . bios only a few clays ago. goes with j Uiis slaughter, Hie same as the new sto. k of fall and winter dress goods. MEN'S SUITS. i Suits worth from $8.50 to $2'i00 will j go durintt this sale at from $3.50 to I $9."0. BOYS' SUITS I whi.,h we bought to sell at from $3.00 j to $8 no will go all the way from $1.25 l LOWE. BRING YOUR POCKETBOOK. ! Mens Shoes forFall and Winter Are Unexcelled Opening .of the Fall Season The baggagemen at the Union sta- tion, made an enviahle record rtnrlni? lt'iil ii a w oi moved into our new lniililiiii; and Uii- year has sc. r we Jiit on , eqni 1 1 ouf liiisiness. W e are now Visiting as we do the markets of the world, enables us to not only get the cream of the market in way of styles but insures for our customers a saving of fully 15 per cent over "stay at home" Competitors Our brands ar the best the markets show. Every p?'' of mens shoes we sell Is a standard at 1U price. Every pair is guaranteed by manufacturers to us, and we positively guarantee them to you. We are sole agents for the famous Florsheim Shoe for men. , THE wo uijs "great fine shoe; o .r method of buying saves one mwlli in every (lepn i t incut aixl every line " , ;n!v l suppply iill your wants aiwl open tli icd and lar-est. ! In t he on w il Ii 1 he l'AI.I. and WIVI'KK sen I'dack Hills. . We call your alien lete and lest selestcd stocks in ilie l.e-l dill ileiiartiiic'iits, every one ui which i fiiuv niir tic now lilled with IIK.II (iUADi: .MIUK IIAN 1 rv ( 'mods and Notions, Millinery, LadiesJ"urn an.l all NOVKI.TIKS of the season ISI foi and Ja ishiiers. Tailor inadeS nils, Coats. ()v i-kets, Clothii Mens furnishings, Mi urnishins all kinds. the recent G. A. R. encampment. Usually the loss of baggage at these encampments amount to considerable, but this year the work was splendidly systematized and the loss was insignificant four parcels. The number of trunks, grips, satchels, bundles. Parcels, et cetera, handled during the rur days of the encampment exceeded that of any similar time in the his jry of Chicago. The railroads entering the Union station are: The Bur-'mgton, the Pennsylvania, the Alton and the? St. Paul. RAILROAD TICKETS for man and oman to SC Joe or St Louis for sale at half price. Address Box 82 Lead, S. D. tf Every Movement hurts whe nyou "aye rheumatism. Muscles are stiff "??soro and Joints are painful. Hood's Sarsaparilla goes right to the Pot In this disease, neutralizes the acidity of the blood and cures. Indigestion nausea are cured bv "ood'g Pills. Do not ee scored Jf your heart troub- Ton. Mot likely you suffer from ln-resUon Ko5o Dyspepsia Cure digests you eat and gives the worn out mcli perfect rest. IV Is the only Separation known that completely digests all clas,i of foods; that Is why ar thta worst cases of Indteestlon Men, Women' and cliildreii, Car)et and lion With us it is from "maker to profit wearer :k:iiant taii-okinc; i:l'aktmi:nt and have a M ! make t hem Keineinhef, also, that vve now make clothes for men and women workshop. re in our o it the Fine Shoes in Qn r Window, cU, stomachs, troahimi ...mm.. ' M failed, n may be taken In all rattan, n4 oumot'-ftelp but do" you Kirk Q. Phillip.

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