The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on June 2, 1899 · Page 8
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June 2, 1899

The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 8

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TUB DAILY PIONEER TIMES, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1899. IF TOD ARM NOT BUYING AT TUB Money to loan on city pro pertly; monthly payments; low rate of inter STANDARD CASH GROCERY, SHER MAN ST.. YOU ARB LOSING MONEY. THB NEW CUSTOMERS ARB INCREAS ING DAILY. est Call or address Dr. F. M. uanis. Bad management keeps more people in poor circumstances than any other one cause. To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a fav The Ladies' Bazaar. On June l Mrs. Walters will open a lining room In the Hoixner, over Chase's, Come on You . CATALOGUE FIENDS AND "where genuine home cooking will be orable opportunity presents Itself he Is served. ready to take advantage of it. A little forethought will also save much expense To cure piles, strike at the root that's and valuable time. A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem CATALOGUE CRANKS the way. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve strikes at the root it removes the cause quickly and permanently. Don't squander time and money trying to remove the effects. Kirk G. Phillips. Order "Commencement" day cut flowers edy in the house, the Bhiflleis fellow will wait until necessity compels it and ruin Omaha and Chicago Prices duplicated at Bloom's and his best horse going for a doctor and have f from Mrs. Mather. Mrs. Nott desires to call attention to the newness and completeness of her stock in the lines mentioned below. The reduced pricee heretofore quoted are still in force and a number of additional cuts have been made, to take effects at once. LADIES' WRAPPERS, MOST COM FRESH GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. PROMPT SERVICE AND a Lis doctor bill to pay, besides; one pays out 'i cents, the other Is out a hundred dollars and then wonders why his neighbor Is getting richer while he is getti ig poorer. For sale by all druggists. DELIVERY AT THE STAN DAK You Don't Have to Pay Express Charges Either, CASH STORE, SHERMAN ST. THAT IS THE PLACE TO GET YOUR MON There Is a time for ail things. 1 h time to take DeWitt's Little Early Risers EY'S WORTH. p EMOVED. Take Notice Citizens. -is AVYour headquarters for genuine pi anos Is now at No. 639 Main at., by Bui lock hofel. Come right in and be at is when you are suffering from constipation, biliousness, sick headache, indigestion or other stomach or liver troubles. They never gripe. Kirk G. Phillips. Shampooing and manicuring at See-Olck's. Everything new and neat at the home. C. E. Hawley will be there all Bring Your Catalogues with you and Examine our Goods and Prices. BLOOM'S PLETE IN ASSORTMENT AND OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES IN DESIGN AND PATTERN. LADIES' SKIRTS, IN SILKS, SERGE, BRILLIANTINE, LINEN CRASH, WHITE PIQUE AND DUCK. he can, and always SOMEONE. Try Hasty Pudding at Franklin's Palace Pharmacy. W. M. Gallagher of Bryan, Pa., says Holzner. 66i Main Stree. DAN HICKS, colored, an expert with plants, will make flower beds, care for ror rorty years I have tried various cough medicines. One Minute Cough Cure "41 'f1 'li 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 Is beet of all." It relieves instantly and plants, clean yards, clean and lay carpets, wash windows, take down stoves. cures all throat and lung troubles, coughs, etc. Telephone Pioneer-Times. coias, croup, whooping cough, la grippe BY SAVIN u rHB NICKLES AND and pneumonia. Kirk Q. Phillips. DIMES YOU ARE EARNING DOL CONTAINS T OOK here! Nobody is selling such Calumet LARS DURING THE YniAR. YOd LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, IN INDIA LINEN, DIMITY, PIQUE AND SILKS. There will be received at the Bazaar during the present week a shipment of goods for Ladles' wear, which have been seleited with espenlal care and will be strictly in keeping with the latest modes and fashions. NOTHING JU.good pianos for so little money, ..N DO THIS BY BUYING AT THE INJURIOUS Far elegant clippers co to ZIpp's, Kodak supplies at Wilcox Pharmacy. Dr. Seymour her June 27, 28, 29, 30, for four days only. All the first-class stores of Dead wood have agreed to close their stores at 8 o'clock. By patronizing the stores that observe this agreement and doing their ana easy terms lit E. Hawley. Do ST A JDARD CASH STORE, SHER- not allow anyone to deceive you, but MA.I STREET. What you want is not temporary relief Baking from piles, but a cure to stay cured. De-Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles, and shopping before 8 o'clock the buying pub always see his pianos, and prices and terms; you owe it to yourself to do this. No. 639, by Bullock Hotel. ANHEUSER-BUSCH. ST. LOUIS AND PABST WILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE OP MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE CALL FOk IT. hey slay cured. Soothes and quickly lic Is assured courteous treatment and eals old sores, scalds, cuts, burns, wounds I better bargains, and will greatly oblige Powder none so Icood y ti d skin diseases. Kirk (J. Phillips. THE CLERKS. w. L. Nell, v. u. S., crown ana Physicians are the friends of the Bridge work a specialty. Gives gas Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, Cal . says: "During' my brother's late sickness lrom sciatic rheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain Halm was the only remedy that gave him any relief." Many others hav- testified for painless extraction of teeth. Over family. HAIRPER Whiskey Is the friend of the Physicians. A most valuable assistant and one that can be trusted. Sold only by CARR & BER Phillip's Pharmacy. Alba Heywood Is Artemus Ward's to the prompt relief from pain which this ideal "amuain' cuss." Hie impersona I Ladies Bazaai RY, Dead wood, S. D. liniment affords. For sale oy all drug tions are given with, an originality pe Furnished rooms aft reasonable rates gists. cullar to himself His humorisms are THEJITY. Rooms to let at the Holmer. Halrdresaing at Seeblck's. ZIPPS FOB FINE SHOES. The Ladies Bai&ar has received a line f wide embroidery in, servlse and cam-brio, that i Delude the latest designs and la most complete. not stale and Mr. Heywood will long re Hewitts Latlle Early Risers act as a by the day, week or month, at the Hoi iner. Apartments for rent, suitable for main America's popular Impersonator, Port Huron (Mich.) Herald. housekeeping. No. 41 Lee street Mr. Herbert H. Dean of the Equitable 639 Main Street, faultless pill should, cleansing and reviving the system, instead of weakening it. They areunlld and sure, small and pleasant to take, and entirely free from objectionable drugs. They assist rather than compel. Kirk G. Phillips. F. M. Gantx. D. D. S. Modern Den Life Assurance society is in the city and tistry of all kinds. Gas administered. will appoint a general agent for the Mn. Nott, of the Ladles Bazaar, desires Eighteen years' experience, Rosenthal Black Hills before he returns east block. Have your eyes examined for glasses Take your watch work and engraving to O. P. Ankeny went out into the valley Sunday and took his shot gun along, to kill some of the magpies, that had been making mischief with the nests of the quail A F. Snyder, the jeweler. Satisfaction tree 01 cnarge Dy a. r Bnyaer, the op tidan, free of charge. C. L. SlEWERS, guaranteed. FOR A PERFECT FIT, SEE CHAR- Dr. Bowman has returned to Dead-wood to remain permanently and re Gunsmith, Locksmith, that had been planted In the valley. Mr. Ankeny says the quail are doing finely, and are nesting in good shape. The cheerful LIB ft RAMSEY, THB TAILORS. to Mate that she has juit received an assortment of union suits for women's wear. They are summer weights, with long Jeeves and are admirably suited to the Black Hills climate. Dr. Seymour will be glad to meet any t bis old patients who desire to consult Bin about their eyes. At the Bullock Hotel, Jims Z7. 18, 19 and M. 'ANYTHING TOO WANT TO KNOW ABOUT UFB INSURANCE, LT RBOARDINO THB NEW YORK UFB, SB HOMER BOSTWICK. sume his practice, and will occupy his old office over Deetken's drug store. bobwhtte" of the male birds is heard ev Everything new at the HoUner. Do you eat? At Qua (Cellar's meat HEADQUARTERS BICYLCE ery morning, which Is always an Indication that the females are nesting! There Is market on Main treet, you can get FOR ill kinds of good meats at tbe lowest Prices. Quick sales and small profits sure to be a good Increase of the birds this year- All kinds of fresh cut Bowers on hand at Mrs. M. Uebmann's. DR. A. FT. NAULTEU8 PHYSICIAN, 8URGxCON AND GYNAECOLOGIST. Over Goldberg's Store, Main Street, i Dr. Oluthe'i Celebrated Trusses on I keep meats fresh tnd good. Don't forget ths number til Main street aid BICYCLE SUNDRIES, The round-up started about ten days ago by the bars men of the Black Hills GENERAL AGENT J. S. McCllntock, city bill country met disaster at the outset, and poster, 726 (tf.) Main street Th Mnnt. Horn nl at. a "Rfinair ShOD in tfl h C. K. Smith, assistant superintendent of one outfit had difficulty in getting in from hand I this, the Sixth, division, of the railway mail service, of St Paul, spent yesterday In Dead wood. He had been at Rapid City on business, and had merely run up to Dead the range. Owing to the bad weather the rouod-up could not proceed, and the outfit started back. All of the horses had been turned loose but the team on the mess wagon, and that team died on the way tn. After this the outfit fared badly for a few days. wood to see the place. , The Infant son of Irve Hilton, whose death occurred Tuesday morning, was burled In the Lead cemetery Wednesday, GREATEST DRY GOODS SAL Martin FoUtad, one of the Dead wood the funeral being held from the family tailors, left Wednesday on the Burling residence la this city, conducted by Rev, ton for his old home in Norway.. He went from Dead wood to Minneapolis, Ever Held in the Black Hills. . C. L. Kirk, pastor of the Baptist church. Frank Clough Is at Hot 8prings, where where he will remain for several days. and will go from there to New York. M. LIEBMANN'S NEW STOCK AI be till UK m where he will sail on June 7, on one of the American Hoars. He will return to be has entered the hospital at the dlers boms as an assistant for the summer., Frank has just finished his first year at Rush Medical college, In Chicago, and the experience he will acquire at Hot Springs will be a great help to him along Dead wood in about four months. Coming Bought by W. B. LOWE for Spot Cash at a great discount. The purchase includes general lines of Spring Dry Good, wfoddh will be sold for much lees than ACTUAL COST. SALE BEGINS back he will stop In London and will make some purchases of clothing for his establishment In thia eity. the line of his chosen profession. " He went down to the Springs from Dead wood FRIDAY MORNING. MAY IS, Wednesday night Mrs. Tod man, mother of Mrs, M. W. Read of this city, died at her home in Faulk- ton, this state, Tuesday, a few hours after There will be a republican primary tlon In the Second ward of the City of And continues until all the Goods are Sold. th arrival of Mrs. Read, The latter left Dead wood last Friday evening tn respon .Dead wood, held at -the Star A Bullock Hardware store, Saturday evening from to a telegram announcing1 tbe illness of 6:10 to 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of elect her mother, and was hoping that the Ul aess might not prove ai lertoui as report 500 White Marseilles Bed j WE WILL OPFBE : : 1,000 pair Ladies' tan and black Lisle Hose, 25c; worth 65c " 00 Ladles' Shirt Waists, 60c and 65c; worth $L00 to S10O. ' 1,000 pair . Misses Ribbed Hose, be pair; worth 15c 4 AAA ' - m TtM. . ed. Mrs.- Read has amov friends in DmmA. .-fi an TW Art. hci Cty, Whim vhdi k. .T, ing sight delegates to attend the republl can county convention to be held la Dead wood, Juno 6. 1899. i; 8. C POLLKT, ' ' Committeeman. wood who will be pained to hear of her 66c; worth. si.Z6. 600 yards Organdie T4.M. liVulCV Sumo J bereavement. Mrs. Todman had visited v a,vw jnur mlumku xuxe tjrnm xiumea I Hose, ZBc; worth 65c Dead wood so several occasions, and two uooos, loo yaru, - M. W. Read haa given, up the precar years age she spent several months with 1,000 pair Ladies' fast black seamless Hose, Got wortl! 15c. 1,000 yards Assorted Dress Goods, c to S6c; worth t5o to 65c, her daughter. Miss Ida. ... Cloths at about half P" I was seriously afflicted with a cough " Ladies'. Misses' and fThilH hefc for several years, and last fall had a more ious business of life Insurance - and on-gaged with the Houghton-Graham Co, Mr. Read was raised la the meroanUls business and la thoroughly familiar with the lines carried by his firm. He ta a good salesman. severe cough than ever before. I have used many remedies without receiving much relief, and being recommended to offered. - ' J ,r.11?eautiM Millinery at half price asked by less compel Milliners. . J Our entire atnn.lr nf "M try a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem ( COI tis rsswi , A rirrlTT A T XrrT V Tw w v v v o LUlAAifci Will wu " J UVn THB MODERN BEAUTY '' ,', Thrives oa good food and sunshine, with plenty of exercise in the open air. Her form golws wit health and her face blooms with Its beauty. If her system needs the cWniing action of a laxative remedy, she uses th gentle and pleeasant f . r, p of Tm. made by th. California - fyriip Co. only. edy, by-a friend, who, knowing me to be a poor widow, gave It to me, 1 "tried . and with the most gratifying results. The first bottle.. relieved' me very much and the second ( bottle has absolutely cured me. I have not had as good health for twenty years. Respectfully Mra Mary A. Beard. Claremore Ark. Sold by all drug- ! gists. i r..fl " 1 r rmr r m u i nmj .

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