The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on November 1, 1900 · Page 5
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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Thursday, November 1, 1900
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1909. THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEADWOO ocratic demonstration in Lead next .Monday night, on the eve of election 1 day. Col. V. R. Steele of Deadwood will deliver the address of the Fooq PrencroL Free froc: ;i, Line c fit, i. .. CHARLES N. HERRI ED. Charles N. Herried, the republican .anUiJate for governor, was born in he state of Wisconsin, where his parents live at this time. His grandfather lived and med in that state. The stories that have been started about him by theopposition are purely fabrications. Mr. Herried was recently Interview- i 'it m it it Belle Fourche, November 2. Hon. Theron P. Keator. (Of Chicago.) Keystone, November 1. Custer, November 2. Edgemont, November 3. Col. James A. George. Perry, November 1. Pluma, November 2. Hon. E. W. Martin. Central City. November 1. Hon. J. W. Fowler and Hon. Rice. Spearflsh. November 5 Our Shoes Are Giving Tie Best Possible Satisfaction ,.(1 in Sioux r ails concerning me siu- ;.. ..I Circulation, aim inia in wuai W. G. ries in .1 said: "I came to uawoia eignieen s he I was born in Wisconsin. years ago. Methodist Appointments. Presiding Blder Clough yesterday appointed Rev. William M. Richards pastor at Belle Fourche and Mlnne-sela. and' he will begin his work Sunday, November 1 . Mr. RicliaiVis is a very line preacher and will please the Belle Fourche people in every line of work. He will continue his studies at theNormal. For more than a year liltle church work has been done at Galena. Presiding Killer Clonal has added this to Trinity bur. h. Deadwood. and asked Rev. MacFarlane to attend to that appointment and arrange for parents still result'. wline my Herried lived and died cniiidfather ..- . .W 4 MRS. E. P. SLYFIELD. Osteopath and Masseuse, 14 Van Buren Street. The following so-called diseases are successfully treated by my mode of ire.ipnent: Asthma. Atrophy of Limbs. Milk in Wisconsin. My maternal grand- j parents (Kyle) lived and d'ied in 1 1 1 i - j nois over fifty year sago. My cousin, j Thomas Herried, is a prominent Wis- j .oiisin official." Continuing, Mr. Herried said: "1 to go to or night. and climb Central, just go in Tel- When you want whether it be day over on the street ler'a hat k. The Reason l,av,. always believed that peroni..iMilui' preaching ..iiilitv integrity and honesty should I Leg. Catarrh, Neuralgia'. Constipation, Neurasthenia. Coldness uf Extremities, I Paralysis, Dyspepsia. Rheumatism. I Dizziness, Stomach Troubles, Dropsy. Field A llanii.i. I) lor tlii- is wc arc .llni'r milv l'"irt-Clas and Stream. spei ial t raveling ci r h udd and Stream, is the interests of that lent tor Sol id F(iulwi;ir at Reasonable Prices. in he city in a.ine. li,. as been all over the mag I Hill: w l it the colic. ! inn material and w ill up the bunting and fishing of country for a magazine article Sciatica. Dysentery, Torpid Liver. Female Troubles, Varicose Veins. Goitre. Headac hes, Hay Fever. Indigestion. Insomnia. Jaundice. Lumbago. Alcohol baths in connection. Z9rzz .43c. :G7Tc Francis C. TucKe,, J. R. Hlckox, U. 8 .Dep. Mm. City Engineer. Surveyor. TUCKER A HICKOX. OUR STOCK 15 NEW AND EAN. THIS GOLD :NP REMINDS U That We Must Prepare Ourselves for the Inevitable Bluster and Blizzard Sure to Come. With tln chilly weather of approaching winter to remind us. one's thoughts wander to what they shall buy to meet Jack Frost s blustering weather, and the inevitable bli..atd that will surely come --wonder no longer, dear reader, but just call in at that old reliable department store of W. F. Lowe, where they are, un ti1 Nocinbcr 1st. selling evervthiii", off at a tual cost, and lit yourself out for that weather that is sure to GIVIl 5 MINING ENGINEERS "BOOT ti 5H0 I worker; union Surveyors, and 302 Adams Block. Rooms 301 Field and Stream is published in New York and is one of the best and most popular of the magazines deoted entirely to outdoor spoils. o Cashier of the American Express. Tco. Seigler. who has for some months past held a position with the wholesale firm of Houghton & CJra-ham, has resigned to accept a position as cashier of the American Express office at this point. The business of the IOxpress company has improved to such an extent that a man to act in the aforesaid capacity was found necessary. ft I Bu Shoes Bearing this Stamp UNI0N4STAMI .Faclor. N32. !. the only passports to official positions. The political creed of Theodore Roosevelt Is illy (reed, anil if ,!. led it shall be my guide of action." In the last hours of the campaign an effort is being mane to create feel m! against Mr. Herried by circulat ing numerous stories unfounded on facts. This is being done in the in (crest of Lien, by the fusionists. Mr. Herried has been in public life in this tsate for the past ten years, and bis ii cord is an open book. Had there been any just ground for attacking him the fusionists would not have delayed their roorbacks until this late day. When Mr. Herried was lieutenant governor of the state four years ago, every democ ratic and populist member of the legislature of S!:i and 1805 was loud in praiase and approval of his official acts. That record stands still, is well known to every voter in the state, and cannot be successfully assailed now. The man whose official acts as lieutenant govcrnoi met the approval of his political op poneiits five years ago will be poi f. i ilv safe for governor now. Regarding; the success of Mr llei ried as a business man the Mcl'herson Comity Herald says: "Mr. Ilcnicl v. .is for years a stockholder in our lo. al bank. whi. b lost thousand.-, of '(dial's thru oile r- bank failures, and the (ll .-.t l'Uct i ve pi'uil li !'.' winch over ea.t'Tii .M' I'her on ro::n- !An Ounce of j Zipp Shoe Co. 1 Knights Templars Attention. All Sir Knights are courteously iiiestc, to meet, at Masonic" hall l : p. in., Friday November the pin pose of attending the fun. omo now in a few days at the longest At this store, you can find anything you want, but especially are they i putting forward their turn's tail and j winter clothing, overcoats, suit-i. K-c. Medicine, if properly filled, will do more good than five gallons of guess-work prescriptions. If you would have a sure Preventive for rat itv. r Iia . m. Fiat, - P- Putnam at Lead ( (I. M. REEVES. Record, Seebick A. F. & A M. Notice. M M 's ai -mi ! i 1 : 1 1 1 c purpo-e of our Ial, , r,Ml,-ted lo llleet Friday, at ::n i in. of attending the fu-Hrotber ha .. I'm pay strict attention to your doctor's advice, take his medit lno regular and be sure It is properly filled. Follow these instructions carefully and you will find iL IMPOK'TICK AND DKSK'.N'ICK'Or 1' o i lo. k REEVES, p. u. Si c t. Tho.-e are Uio tulle stbat e.-t . I i "a in al Lead City at i he worth and int-'uriiy of cv-ry luir-i : (5. M. tics man. The i list il ut ion in which -o- Gowris and and their ladies', niNsr.-,' and cbil-di'eu's capes, clonks and ja Ke s. In these depart incuts you rain buy a siiit that, formerly sold at $10. ml. for J".:".n; at $1.". ",i, for V- "": an uwrcoat that formerly sold at Si- for $7.'.": at $1 I IM lo $i;.oo. for from J'.l no to j $u o.r a clonk cap.- or jack, t that I ba ; b. . ii retailin :' at fmm $1 1 oil to j fir. fin. for from "o to f , or one, that has been selling for from $S no lo J I ii l"i. lor from J I ;.o to $i", on. Tin . j i-. in b .'d the grea'est s:i.ii!i.e sale' owr ii. aiigu: ate, 1 in the Ilia k Hills. ; i it any ;. lion whatever of the wcvt.j The reason for this unprecedented j sacrifice is that w(. inu-t unload our ' mammoth tto 1; to give the carpen- ( t . is a ( haii to work. With year! of hard usage our floor has become ' worn and must be replaced; with the regular trend of business enterprise, and push, our front has become a hi' was interested was wi.-ely and Is Worth ly mniiaged, and cu-ry ; paiil al. one hundred roll' l all VI liability v.a The United States Court aw a; ih-d I be Anbeuser Bus. h 'wing Assn. absolute ami exdu -e use of tli.- name III'DWEISER d all other brewers who have used al name have been defeated and .npi-lb'd to drop it. It swept proper! y. ....Millinery. 1 1 , cuts on the dollar, altln may all of Mr. llerri"d : Full of detei minat ion anad llenied started again, and t v ' treasurer's books today pluck Mr our conn More to you than money. The secret of health is to take as little medicine as possible; and when you have to, it is better to take an ounce of the right kind than show that li st of Attention MY SPECIALTY Moving Heavy Machinery iiven to itonrainir GEO BESRER u I! irsei. (let l"rl. m N A Pound ....Feed, Livery and Transfer.... The Gladiator Gold M. & M. Co. Organized under the laws of South I Dakota, ! Owns property between Deadwood and Rutabaga Gulches, near Lead City. : We are now developing this prop-' city. j We have millions of tons of niedi- uni grade ore in sight. j We have a tunnel proposition. 1 Wo are selling stin k to develop the i property. I We have a few more shares at 17'ic I For particulars call on Aaron Ander-! son at the mines, or Central City, or i address I liavc the litst l-dadslcrs in (lie city and am prepared to furnish rirs or saddle liorses (m t he shortest notice. of doubtful btuff. We are practical druggists, skilled In our he is one of the largest taxpayers in the county. He lias been identified with the business interests of the (oiintv since its oganizat ion. and is one of our ablest lawyers and most .-uciessful business nc-n. M Phcr-im county takes pride in "ointiii-; to Ills tiviaade record." How Hallowe'en Was Kept. Everyone who was young enough observed Hallowe'en last night .and those wdio were older went, to bed and stuffed their ears with cotton. Young men and maidens took tjn horn sand went abroad in the streefs as tho it. had been a carnival night ; the small boys made the most of the one night in the vear when they can profession and graduates of thai best colleges of pharmacy. W5 Harrison Phone 151 539 Maill St. Old Phone 171 can fill any prescription with ab! solute accuracy, and for this reas-l on we are safe to 6ay that ourj work will show the largest per-! centage. "back number," and must be replaced with a new and up-to-date one; cur fixtures, with twenty years of constant service, have done their duty and must be set aside for the new and modern ones wo have or-dre.l. and hence it is that we must reduce our stock or move into other quarters while the work is being done. We dei ideil to give the public the benefit so a sacrifl e. cost-mark sale, was put on everything is going going fast, too. so come along Our old customers, especially, we and get your share of the benefit, invite to come, who have served you in many sacrifice and clearance sales during the past twenty years but we beg to say. that the salo now on caps all preceding efforts It Is tho greatest sale ever put on In ths, or any other country. LOWE. GLADIATOR GOLD M. & M. CO.. Rooms Mini I. O, & T. Building. Dos Moines, la LOOM Of Cures Remember the Place Mens ShoesforFall Republican Appointments. The following appointments have been made for republican speakers: COL. A. S. FROST, (Late Colonel of the First South Dakota Volunteers.) Terry. November 1. (with Judge Tlowman.) j Custer, Nover 2, (with Theron P. Keator.) Hon. A. J. Plowman. Terry, November L Palace Pharmacy and Winer W. L. FAUST, PhvG. Prop. Leader in Low Prices. do with impunity the worst things they can think of, and a uumhber of small parties were given. The Misses Blackstone entertained a number of their friends at their home at Golden Gate. Miss Jessie Belding gave a Hallowe'en party to the members of the senior class of the High school. The Bachelor Maids were entertained by Miss Bertha Zoeckler and Miss Edna Ford at the home of the former and they indignantly resent the imputation that any fate that Hallowe'en fairies might bring could tempt them from their bachelordom, for they are bound by solemn oaths to single blessedness forever. The socials given by the Christian Endeavor and the Epworth Leagues were both successful and productive of much pleasure and merriment. I Are Unexcelled Fashionable, Stylish Footwear. X' ltiille yv i know most about SHOES slioes. Tlic'stvl.'s, the quality, t ho i: si: arc t lit ones who will he quickest to huj beauty of such shoes as these, are appreciated The low prices will be appreciated, too. well informed and particular customer. l Ili m 1 Mptir rift, t i Visiting aa we do the markets of the i 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 arc the best the mar- , kets show. Every pair of mens shoes we sell is a standard at its price. Every pair is guaranteed by manufacturers to us, and we positively guarantee them to you. We are sole agents for the famous Florshelm ' Shoe for men. THE ! .WORLDS GREAT FINE SHOE! i Our method of buying save one profit With us It is from "maker to wearer." j v"30 I Af Shoes Good Jv Good Fountain City. The Fountain City Hose & Ladder company held a meeting last night, and it was well attended. Matters pertaining to the company were up for discussion and there was sufficient of interest in them to keep the company until almost the midnight hour. However, everything was settled amicably, and the company and its guests discussed refreshments furnished by James Harris, who bad been fined for daring to run for office. As at the next department meeting, which will be held next month, a new chief engineer is to be elected, it was the unanimous voice of the company that the thirty votes, to which 1 tis entitled in department affairs, be cast as a unit for Frank Kellar. Sundry and divers things came up for discussion and were disposed of, after which the meeting VX V: 1 cK.r fen' Calf Shops in lace or congress styles, every pair i ook at the Fine Shoesin AN ODD LOT of kid shoes made with medium weight absolutely soiid, every pair well made, every pair a flexible soles, every pair worth $2.00; also ladies tan good serviceable shoe, your choice $1.50 shoes with fancy vesting tops, a $2.23 value, your $1.50 ch01Ce I""'" : " MEN'S SHOES H Kd and fine Bo, Calf Shoes made with heavy Fine Box Calf Shoos with Invisible cork soles. Kid and Heavy had and cne uox i fa extension soles and welt soles a Bpl0nd d shoe for win ter wear. Ladies S-Sr sYyir;ndCes.ers.bUtte0v;ryP,ainpa" and finished, and perfect in fit. your choice . . . ... .$2,0 worth $3.50, your choice 2.50 . LADIES' SHOES MEN'S SHOES BrlWiy ladies' handsewed Shoes, welt soles,, in kid or calf, Fine Kid Shoes in all the new styles and lasts, made in black or tan in all styles,, including the extra high. with fancy vesting tops and finely finished a very Ladies' hand turned shoes, with Louis XV. or plain dressy shoe; heavy Box Calf Shoes of the finest grade hXels in a very pretty variety of styles, worth up to made with leather linings and Is the best shoe for win-to . $4 50, your choice 3.50 ter wear on the market, your choice $3.50 J. A. BERGER,Lead,S. D, OurWindow, Various Speakers. Hon. E. W. Martin and Col. James A. George spoke to the people of Nemo last night Tonight Mr. Martin "will speak in Central City, and Col. Ceorge at Perry. Hon. A. J. Plowman and Col. A. a. Frost spoke to the people of Rapid City last night This evening they U1 appear together at Terry. 10-morrow night Judge Ployman will Peak in . Belle Fourche. Colonel Frost is billed to speak at Sturgis next "Monday night Preparations are being; made for a republican and oiir4 t : . . .

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