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November 8, 1900

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

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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEADWOOD, S. D. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 190. to get the sense of members so they tan go to work promptly and In harmony with the wishes of the club. WM. SELBIE, President. "Calumet" Does Not Belonn to a Baking Pov.dc Tr-irt. mit Con. urncrc mc r ;' :n nc to Pia-je "(.,. T j i.i "Caluaie'." I GALUETpowdl; NONE SO COOD. ril W Our Shoes j CThe Best f Possible I . Satisfaction if The Reason - I Filed for Record. A. F. Parker to N. W. Gregory ,.ne-third interest in the Ample, Able and Ample Fraction lodes; $100. Wilmot G Thomas to Mrs. Louis. Link, lota 10, 12, and 13, block 2, in the town of Central; $145. Henry J. Grant and Onna B. Grant to Arthur F. Grant, a parcel of land in section 2. township 7. north of range 4. east I!. H. M.; $300. United States patent to Golden Gaate Mining and Milling company et al., the : Carrolton lode in township r, north of range ;i. east II. II. M. George Kellork to Rio Tinto Copi r Milltl.jlfl)Mnyt the .Rio Tinto, the Kio Tinto lodes Nos. . 2. 3 and" 4. ata Hio Tnto No. .1, North Star. Grar.it' and Granite No. 1 lodes, and a wad-r right: $30,000. Ernest May to William Hayes, one-fourth interest in the Anchor No. 1 , When you want to go to Central, whether it be day or night, just go over an -the' strret atuf-rrfmb "-tB 'iYl ler's hack. 0 - , r For this is we are selling only FIRST-CLASS, SOLID FOOTWEAR at Reasonable Pricej. if THIS COLD )U? ! REMINDS US I $1. Two location certificates, one power of attorney, one bill of sale, and one sheriff's certificate of sale. HQW TO ECONOMIZE. r.::n cccno:ne : .o closely so r cn OUR STOCK 15 NEW AND CLEAN. the '' v.'er in a tc'c ca.iit ui'. jcrsLana it. ecoo.r. Neither i ars of v !;:. is it zzzx. o Four Years Ago. Dr. E. E. Clough will leave today for Sundance and expects to have a plcasanter journey than when he made the same trip four years ago today. The day, four years ago, was one of the coldest, rawest, most disagreeable days of the entire winter and toward evening a severo snow storm came up that drifted in the gulches and made the roads almost impassable. lwORKEWtUWIONl . I'.ut eel- i Bu Shoes Bearing this Stamp So nine: That We Must Prepare Ourselves for the Inevitable Bluster and Blizzard Sure to Come. With tbo 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 blizzard that, will surely come wonder no longer, dear reader, but just call in at that old reliable department store of W. E. Lowe, where they are. un-ti1 November 1st. selling everything off at actual cost, and fit yourself out for that weather that is sure to come now in a few days at the longest. At fhis storc, you can find anything you want, but especially are they pulling forward their men's fall and winter clothing, overcoats, suits, &c, ami their ladies', misses' and children's capes, c loaks and jac kets. In 1 t:Otf ".V: Try it Zipp Shoe Co "The American Porter"---posst mellow flavor peculiarly its nl is unlike anv other brew o; own, tl: cr, D. maiket. whether of foreign inestie production. John Whole-ale Dealer. Deadwood, "5 Speaker Henderson Congratulates. Among the many congratulatory telegrams received by Mr . Martin yesterday, were two from Speaker Henderson. The first one read : "Wire mo result as soon as learn--d. I feel a deep interest in your success. ' D. 1!. HENDERSON." The second one read: "Thanks for telegram. The coun This appeal is made to you, who are reading this article, it is made to every man, woman and child in Dead-wood. "It should he the one great occasion, when dm whole world returns for one day to the great principle upon whii h lis creation was based the brother-hood of man. It calls for an Intelligent discussion of the subject, with ideas and plans for a glorification befitting the occasion. Ml communications on this subject will be prompt-, ly publishd by the Pioneer-Times. MARIE J. GASTON. Seebick ibe'-'e departments you can buy a suit! that fotincrly sold at $10. on, for $.V.ri0; Fish of Notice. II. Russell, James M. St ua i t . c c i ii! hi isMonors countv, South Dakota: To John and 1! I ! Lawrence You are bereliv notifie lMI'OK'TKK AMI DKSIONHR OF al. $l.".cin. for $'t uo: an overcoat that ! formerly sold at $12.00. for $7 Ml; at $I IOn to $!',. no. for from $9.00 to j 310 no ; a ciw :k. c ape or jacket that I has been retailing at from $1100 to! J I. ".00, for from if'l.oc) to '. no, or one 1 to meet in court house on Monday, Special in the session at the ity of Deadwood. Gowns and ...Milliner' November 12th, I'.HH), for the transaction of the following business: To canvass the vtoe of the general election held November Oth, 1!MMI. Witness my hand and official seal this "111 day of November, 1DU0. W. A. .INK. County Auditor. (Seal.) City Creek Hand Laundry. All work done to order, gathered and delivered. Mrs. C. E. Storer, Harrison 'Phone 85. Shipping Hay to New York. .1. D. Hardin, who is ranching and taising bay as a recreation from the more serious business of mining, shipped a carload of hay to New York yesterday to Mr. Harriman to he fed to his fast horses, jlf these horses break all previous records on the race track, it will be because of tine South Dakota hay which has no qnal in the world. Moved to the Hospital. MY SPECIALTY Rst of Attenttof rlvcui to lloardlni S nrn dpmmpd I Moving M VII II III IU II l MM II I 1 1 I i II II I II I 'rw.wmrn, ncavjr ivi 1 1 f uc i TM I I I I a 1 1 I ....Feed, Livery and Transfer.... Knights Templars Attention. Regular conclave Dakota comman-dery No. 1. K. T.. this Wednesday evening. November 7. Work in the order of the Temple. All Sir Knights are invited to attend. Hy order E. C. CEO. M. REEVES. Recorder. I have thu lust roadsters in the city and am prepared t try lilesses boutli JiaKota. ami 1 am proud of the work by its house delegation. I). H. HENDERSON." ELECTION AFTERMATH. One of the interesting Incidents of election (lay in Deadwood was the voting of Attorney A. E. Frank in the Fourth ward, and Mr. Moulton ot the Assay office in the' Second ward. Mr. Frank bad been recently operated on at St. Joseph's hospital and was car-lied to the polling place on a stretcher. Mr. Martin had his camera with him taking views of the election and got a Kood snap shot of Mr. Frank before and after h,. entered the polling booth. Mr. Moulton. who had a leg broken Vhle playing fool hall, was carried from his lodgings to the booth by members of his team. A PioneorTimes man. ,tho not much of a sport, has been fortunate in his election wagers, due to a rabbit's foot concealed about his person. He won on Lawrence county and Nebraska, and was particularly fortunate in losing on Ohio. He wagered $10 against a $"0 note signed by Joseph B. Moore that McKinley's majority in Ohio would not exceed 50,000. Report says It has gone rjl.imO, so that he will pay the $10 and have done with it, whereas had the won the note he might have been tempted to spend some money in a vain attempt to collect it. Barney Mullen is a good worker at the polls, but the fates and the Scots were against him. furnish rigs or saddle horses on the shortest notice. Harrison Phone 151 h 539 Main Sr. I Old Phone 17J Mr. James Wethrell, who is suffering with a serious case of blood poisoning will be moved from the Gill-more bouse today, to the Homestake j hospital at Lead, liy an agreement between the Homestake and Wasp j No. 2 mining companies, the; hospital ( received and takes caro of the, em- j ployes of the Wasp No. 2, and it was j that, has been selling for from $S.OO to $10.00, for from $i..r,0 to Jil.Oil. This is indeed the greatest sacrifice sale ever inaugurated in the niack Hills, or any section whatever of the west. The reason for this unprecedented sacrifice is that we must unload our mammoth sto. k to givo the carpenters a chance to work. With years of bard usage our floor has become worn and must be replaced; with the regular trend of business enterprise and push, our front has become a "back number." and must be replaced with a new and up-to-date one; our fixtures, with twenty years of constant service, have done their duty and must bo set aside for the new and modern ones we have or-dred, and hence it Is that we must reduce our stock or move into other quarters while the work is being done. We decided to give the public the benefit so a sacrifice, cost-mark sale, was put on everything is going "oing fast, too, so come along Our old customers, especially, we and get your share of the benefit, invite to come, whe have served you in many sacrifice and clearance sales during the past twenty years but we beg to say, that the sale now on caps all preceding efforts it Is the greatest sale ever put on in this, or any other country. LOWE. Leader In Low 4tVices. thought that Mr. Wethrell would have better care there than ho could get elsewhere. LOOM Adams Express Removal. The local office of the Adams Express company has removed from Main street to the Syndicate block, Lee street. Room formerly occupied by the postoffice. J. K. Warren has been installed cashier. Notice. Notice Is hereby given to the public that I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by my wife, Minnie Ludwig. Dated, Deadwood, November 3, 1900. A. LUDWIG. J. JULIUS JONES, CATERER AND PUBLIC WAITER, Parties, Luncheons, Picnics, Etc. BULLOCK HOTEL. Deadwood Commercial Club. The adjourned meeting of this club will be held at the City hall tonight, Thursday, November 8, at 8 o'clock. A full attendance is-absolutely necessary and every member is earnestly requested to be present. Committees will be announced, by-laws will be proposed for adoption, and important matters will be discussed on which the trustees are particularly anxious Mens ShoesforFall arid Winter Are Unexcelled MiUimry ance Eleg Om- Millinery Department is now showing a bewitching array nf French, English Amoiichn FATTKHN HATS, portraying all that is new and artistic in materials, colors and and designer. The fine assortment of the new a.id artistic designes was never better, and we are prepared to furnish you with fashionable Millinery at prices that take away all the extravagance and make your fall hat cost you but little. Visiting as we do the markeU of the world, enables us to not only get the cream of the market In way of styles but Insures for our customers a earing of fully 15 per cent orer "stay at home" Competitors Our brands are the beet the markets show. Efery pair of mens shoes we sell la 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 FLUE SH0E25 Our method of baying saves one profit. With us it is from "maker to wearer." Turban style, draped brim of tilted from one made with tucked silk, side, with a To the Citizens of Deadwood. This comunlcatlon Is written to awake, if possible. In the hearts of Deadwood peopln arewiUment in regard to observing in an appropriate manner the paslng away of the 19th century and the birth of the 20th cen-thing is going to be done "it were well it were done quickly." This appeal would have appeared sooner had it not been that the political isues of the day were so all engrossing that every other subject, however Important, paled into insignificance before it. I am one who believes that the 19th century ends at the stroke of 12 o'clock midnight, Pec. 31st, 1900, and the 20th century begins Immediately after. That is on Jan. 1st, 1.01, The question now arises, what shall we do to commemorate so great an occasslon. Surely some sort of a Jubilee, some memorial should be given to the winding up of a century that has been so broadening, so prolific of discoveries and inventions, so progressive in many lines and so brilliant as the 19th. Cities and towns of any consequence whatever, in every land are planning celebrations, and shall Deadwood remain indifferent to one of the most "unique epochs in the lives of all those Bwr llrlng viz, the closing of an old century and the dawning of a new ona "Shall we not leave some lasting memento? one that shall be consecrated to A stylish Hat in the new Walking Shape, ' in black, brjiwn, gray and blue shades, pret'ily trimmed and ornamented with Coque d g. fathers.. chou of mirrored velvet and ornamented wtih two pair of $6,25 wings and sweeping aigrettes A pretty shape, made of brown fur felt, trimmed with green velvet and deeorat oil with cream applique and drape of brown and pink An exquisite Napoleon of black tucked velvet, -with Tarn O' Shanter top, trimmed with a fine lace and rook at the Fine Shoesjin OurWindow, caucrht in the front satin with fancy pink carnatioa unde A iX'i -Or with three black birds iV-t -4he death of one of"the mofet 'remar 1 VI able centuries In the history of the orld and dedicated to the glories anff possibilities of a new century. The celebration should be such as to take J. A. BERGER,uad,s. d, In all classes of people the rich as j well as the poor. . ma

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