THURSDAY, OCTOBER is, i900 THE DAILY riOXEER-TIMES, DEADWOOD, S. D. Our Flatform M. J. Werthheimer & Bfo. We Pledge Ourselves in Favor, of e i . . ........... .. & . . - . ..... . i Profeiiliofi misstatements "We a if m-itln-r advertising a grejit Slaughter nor a great K'iinval Sale, but m Ijos pojirdo.nl .un THE FOUR-BUTTON fi .1- Evel voile with I he 1 . -1 -, ant SACK SUIT BUI VMM VtfT 'Free Trade w ho does most for hi. bonier AV Show TliKlf 5clecleJ Assort imnt'JC FIRST-CLASS GOO DS of inferior i,nalities, inllaied and oppressive i t i h pii,,. of tlic- People's Illlldeli iin.l :;n Prohibition Reduction liugle;i;- -tax prolix. at tlie vi-rv LOWEST UVl.i PIJICES. W- an- not off -ring goods at cost or lei-- iliai, cost, for o en Im1 v is fully aware that no Merchant ci n offer to sell goods for I'ss t h.i n cost and make expenses. We ilo not want, to limn Img people. The following prices oil onh a fi-H ;i ft ii-s v. j 1 ( ulH i lice the jiuhlic that Ueilileix .,,,, jnt as we advertise. .Buy As You Vote iHtiply We m Mmilk Fwctet Prices on Men and Boys Clothing Ladles' Fall Jackets, the very jiewest style.-1, all .ur coats that wo have sold at $12 'm will fro at (his sale for only $4:73 Hals. Cans Slits and Under wea and Ii 3 1 1 1 its lM I -J'f I, Umfc"- rr y. ,r-1 . -""Jaita I 9,50 All Over JIO.um, $11.00 $13.50, at only Gloves, Socks Stockings, All better Coats and Capes are reduced at the name rate Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Suits. 15 Suits made out of good quality homespun, at only Ladies, Misses, And Childrens, tSUU 1 FOR; THEi BIG ANDflLITTLE FOLKS. AH CANDIDATE for vour p;ltnmai: w ;u- ZOELLNER BROS. CO. A better article all-wool at $7.20. This suit would be cheap at $12.00 Ladies' Outside Skirts. 25 Black Mohair Skirts at $1.90 20 Black Cheviot ' " Skirts at $2,70 THE! PIOINEEK 'CLOIHIFPS! CF 1876, 647 MAIN STUEET, DEADWOOD, S. D. UNDERWEAR. $3 75 All our $4.75, $5.00 and5.50 Skirts -go at only id We THE Remember we will compete with any prices. Respectfully, BUSH & GERTS i Carry Till-. :-. !h- .--ii-ou h t ii-i'1-t .tliirim -I mii ,l, ef. -re .j !'. i -1 : - ly iiir.'l ly i inc Min.ile ''nili '(.! ihiMiea like iul lake K: '. riniiii. j Turns on the Imlit of reason: n- moves intellectual or moral cloudiness Slid black spots from one's charm r r. ! That's what Rocky Mountain Tea will j M. J. Werthheimer & Bro. roj The Largest . Line of Supplies THE CITY 'A . 4 do. 35c. Ask your drugKist. Pure Whiskey HARPER Forfeit, Whiskey HARPER Every bottle guaranteed HARPER. Sold byy Carr & llerry, Deadwood. S. D. The "NORTHWESTERN LINE," F. E. & M. V. R. R., Is the direct line between Deadwood and OHAMA, CHICAGO, all eastern points. Ask your dealer for a "Cuba's Choice," the only 5c cigar that equals All tho fruits and vegetables of the neason at the lo vest prices, Standard Cash Grocery. Carnations. Winter bloomers, very One,, for sale at tie Deadwood Greenhouse. A. Daniels. Cold weather is coming. A. C. Mor F. D. Smith handles nothing but the best grade smithing coal. ESTEY PIANO for my family. Haw-ley is the only regular dealer at No 639, by Bullock hotel. MISS HARVEY, teacher of piano. Best references given. Studio 305 Adams block. A " " A Rest on earth toi Tone, Touch and Durability. MIn-ne-kah-ta water for the stomach. flrry it "THE NORTHWESTERN LINE" Is the short line bet-ween DEADWOOD and SIOU CITY, SIOUX FALLS, ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS and DULUTH. t yj r jvuuui vuillil vu iDinpieie ana wunout n.iwr. n 3 u-venier: "" ' " tf r ris, four doors above Hattenbach's, will black your stove, clean the pipe and Dut them. . .. .- F. M. Gantz, D. D. S. Modern Dentistry of all kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years o experience. Rosenthal Block. Oysters! Oysters! Oysters! Served In any style, or sold by the can. at Frazier's Vienna Bakerv Mian SPIDER LEG IINCOLORED JAPAN TEA. WITHOUT ANY WAR "ineaSeTDeaf tfilsTn mind. The king of 6 cent clgais la the Tw Drphans. Try one. tf MIn-ne-kah-ta water for kidney troubles. Try It. Main Street, Deadwood TAX ON IT AT STANDARD CASH street. y GROCERY 48 SHERMAN STREET. HAINES. HAINES mow Is The Great Money Saving Event Of The Year We are having a Clearing Sale Prior to Our Moving in the Waite Building. This sale will continue as long as we are at the old stand, so remember tliis, that anything v.u will need fcr the winter, we canisave yotr money. Come while the stock is fresh and the a ssortment good. All our new Fall Stock is includetl in this sale. ' As Ve were disappointed in not getting into our new building as soon as we expected. This compels us to ope n our new Fall Stock of Dry doods at the old stand to be slaughtered regardless, of value. This sacrifice is made in order to reduc e onr stock and more as few goods as possible to the new buildin IJemember this disappointment on our part means two cars of fresh merchandise thrown before you at a big reduction. Come and see Wfiat otrr new stock looks like and how cheap y on can buy V Capes, Dry Goods, Carpets, Rugs, Suits, Jackets, Furs and Shoes. v This is a CASH SALE, and no creJit will be extended, sc briijj youi pockeibook s with you and do your shopping for the winter at a big saving 3" 7 t. 7 DEADWOOD INCORPORATED. ; s. d; - tV.
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