The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on May 30, 1899 · Page 5
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The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 5

Deadwood, South Dakota
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Tuesday, May 30, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, TUESDAY lORNING, MAY 30, 1899. Order Decoration day flowers from Mrs. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES. Mather. Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the Furnished house to rent of 6 rooms. Inquire at 41 Lee street. feet It cures painful, swollen, smart lng, nervous feet, and instantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions. There is only one genuine Diamond "C" Soap. See that the name ia on the wrapper its the greates; comfort discovery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight or new shoes feel easy. It la a certain cure for sweating, callous ana The famous Hot Springs water costs 75 cents a carboy; the pure Crystal Springs Piedmont water, 50 cents, the celebrated Kidney Springs water, 25 cents; fresh every day, delivered to any JTart of the hot, tired, aching feet Try It taday. Sold by all druggists and sfooe stores. By mail for 25o In stamps... Trial package FREE. Allen S. Olmsted, La Roy, N. Y. city. Call American Express office. Hfr rison. 1C6; Black Hills, 11L STYLE! The Form and Make Are What Count. Look at our Clothing. The wldefsquare shoulders, the broad lapels, the graceful hang. They Have a Tone That is all Our Own. The Clothing shown by us is especially made for us. We know all about it and will guarantee it. Handsome line of new patterns in laundered, coloied and white shirts, Wilson Bros Best are not too good tor our Save Diamond "C" Soap wrappers and get many valuable prizes. 1 I rare Si If you suffer from tenderness or fullness on the right aide, pains under shoulder-blade, constipation, bilious ness, rick-headache, and feel dull. That distress after eating isc ured by Hood's Pills. They do not gripe. 25 cents. All members of the Deadwood Pioneer Hook and Ladder company will meet at the Hose Parlors at 1 o'clock sharp to attend Decoration services, May 30. W. H. MOORE, Foreman.. A. C. Morris the well known carpet layer, will take down stoves, clean cel heavy and sleepy, your liver Is torpid and congested. De Witt's Little Early Risers will cure you Dramirtly. pleas antly and permanently by removing the congestion and causing the bile lars do, whitewashing, will set out and ducts to open and flow naturally. They are good pills. K. O. Phillips. Fresh milk, 6 cents per quart, deliv arrange; flowers. Leave orders at this of fice at Inlght. ( MORRIS & HICK. "Plrkwlcklans on Ice," too funny for anything. .Don't fail to come to city hall Wednesday, tomorrow, night, only 25c, but you will laugh $1.00 worth. . Dickens entertainment at city hall Wed It's 647 Main Street, Where you get the best assortment in Boy's Clothing, Extra Knee Pants, shirts ered at the Elkhorn passenger depot. Apply by letter to Oi Peterson, Black Hawk. Sweet and clean are clothes washed with Diamond "C" Soap. Mrs. Mather will fill orders for cut flowers for Decoration day and school commencement. Z.pp (an lit any root to perfection an Waists for the little fellows, 2 mm 1 nesday evening, only Scenes from The bath can be made an exhilarating pleasure by use of Ivory Soap. It cleanses the pores of all urifies, leaving the skin soft, smooth, ruddy and thy. Ivory Soap is made of pure vegetable oils, lather forms readily and abundantly. Dombey & Son, -Nicholas NiekeJby, Old Curiosity Shop. etc. Every reader of Dickens should attend. Spring Tiredness is different from the weariness caused by labor. The last is cured by rest; the first requires IT FLOATS. oOPrmOHT my tmi moctii a oamli oo oihcinnti OpcreMe We will have to mortgage the farm, for thee olsing performance at the Die kens entertainment Wednesday evening at city hall. Onlv 2.",c Don't miss this. I'anlomine. Tableuas, etc. a few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla to Ties are the talk ot the town. OUR Hats the Nobbiest and OUR Prices the lowest. The Pioneers of 1876. ZOELLNER BRO. CO. cure It Girl Wanted For general house work. )DITI0NAL locals. have boiled, the hydrant we have sterilized the milk; we rained he prowling microbe , the 'finest kind of Bilk; we jught and we have borrowed itent health device, and at last tor tells us that we've got to i Ice." The fellow who wrote to might hare saved himself ; grief by purchasing one of lampion Filters at he Red IRON FENCINa TOMBSTONES. Beet and most complete stock of fishing tackle in the Hills at the Red Anvil. The Parlor Dining Rooms will hi- oiwncd In th' llnlzntr on June 1 by Mrs. Julia Va.Tl . Furnished house to rent of 6 rooms. Inquire at 41 Lee street. Don't miss the special watch sale at A. F. Snyder, Main street. Why drink mud when you can buy a Champion Alter at the Red Anvil. CALHOUN BROS, have moved their TRANSFER and FUEL office to B. Stewart ft Co.' place, 656 Main street. Leave your orders and they will be attended to promptly. .1. H. Ornnsm, D. D. 8.. dental parlors ovct Flrsl Nations! hank. n.nd-nnil. Crown and bridge work a specialty. o CHANGED TO THE OI'KUA IIOISE. The rnana'intTit has kindly tendered tile use of (he 0wra Home for memorial services, where they will be held at one o'clock this afternoon, in place of the city hall, more than four limes as many can be accommodated, so let everybody attend. ' "omuiutee. ATTENTION G. A. R. Keogh Post will meet at G. A. R. ball at 1230 today to form and march In a bod .' to Opera House to attend memorial cervices. By order WM. A. ORAY. Acting Post Commander. O Positive, soap; comparative, good Soap; superlative. Diamond "C" Soap Mrs J. W West iheling. 41 Forest Ave. All fabrics are left in the most deeir able condition after washing with Diamond "C" Soap. lr. . I Seymour of Omaha, who visited Heailwoixl last fall writes us that he will stop here. June 21. 2b. 2y and 30 for four day, at the Hullock hotel. Consultation free. Fred T. Yates, the hustling young editor of the Washburn, Wis., News, and ltemizer, together with Mrs. Yates, .was among the Wisconsin visitors to the city ytaterday. Mr Yates, during the day met a number of former Washburnltes, among which were the Folstad Brothers and A. 1 . Garrison. The latter gentleman learned the printer's trade under Mr. Yates 8 years ago. MONUMENTS Foreign and American. Marble and Granite uenti for rent, suitable for aping. No. 41 Lee street i want a nice luneb at anytime, and tee Cacy, at the Bodega, j nd rolls for a light lunch In tus ; . 15c J. H. CALE, Agent. DEADWOOD, S. D u..askas-sisssMifA . v v mm fta mj. AtvAiesV m - - - MiSSiiiMiliSilMM gr.j I 1 X . . . i. " ft" 1 m 'ssD : Mil m And the old Liebmann Store is Daily Thronged With Bargain Seekers. The Entire Liebmann Stock Valued at $S0,OO Stock -For $20,000 Stock For $7,47500 orcnr o x o ,"YWa. .old at Sheriff'. S.letoJOHN 0. HANBS 00. for S.T.n Tho."! Four aid Se nty-Fi Dollar., a.d will bo 4l.po.ed ol a. qoic .ly a. po.e.o.o at GREAT BEDTJDTIONS From Former Price.. $7,473.00 - - ... nnc.-x a. - -1 -r fiAAo i fVift Sf.nt.ft. Tin fihnrldv Oooda Thn T iahmann itork is NOTED tor teing OH6 Ol tne UHiO I ui uiy "UWua - . Ever, mSaM the sale of this Bankrupt Stock should be More than of usual interest to you. We quote here a few of the many Bargains that aie being offered at this sale: . yards of good Calico (Liebmann's price, 7c per yard,) our price 3 cents. ''. 1000 Ladies' Linen Collars (Liebmann's price 15c eash) our price 1 cent. , - , r. . . 'oSpooIs dlark's Best Thread, (Liebmann's price 5c each) ouf price 3 certs. o Summer Corsets. (Liebmann's price 75c) our price 45 cents : aoo Ladies' Spring Jackets, (Liebmann's price $10 to $a) mr price $1 $5 . ' - ' 75 Ladies' Tailor-made Suits (Liebmann's price, $7 to $15) our mice $3 to $6 SLAUQ IN VALUES CONTINUES IN THE SAME RATIO ALL ALONG THE LINE. COME AND BUY A YEARS SUPPLY OF STAPLE GOODS. Pi Deadwood. South Dakota. 1 emember . HI Lllill Idllll 0 UIU oianui uoHUMuuuj 1 1 1 '

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