The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on June 15, 1899 · Page 6
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June 15, 1899

The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 6

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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, THURSDAY HORNING, JUNE 15, 1899. mmi sssgWsBM .... ; 1 1 i I . MOTHER'S FRIEND LEAD PIONEER-TIMES. takes married women through the whole period of pregnancy in safety and com LEAD'S Mammoth Department Store ANNOUNCEMENT! Our Stocks are now complete and full in all Departments. 1899. ' LEAD, S. D. s JUNE 15, fort. It is used externally and it relaxes the muscles so tli it there is no discomfort. It pr.vi.nts and relieves rrvriiini; sickness, lie aJaJte and rising biejsts, shortens labor jnd preserves THLKTH The I'loni ir-Timrs U on sale at L. I. Jacobs' Hazar, where you ran also get ri.ni. OUl'l HOOll I. .SII'IAI. l II n,ki lin.' Ii liavn a sin liil ;in'l W. MilK.naM Ih the finest Emoke In town. V. t;n; i:i' ther s girlish form. 4t ihl. Jlc i ll!. Thomas lliinifsl lniTc'llilllt in r SI a bottle at Vi I In- inali'T aii'l he (tf.) T'iil.v fl "Ill I lie lie sil) .i lliat 111. I i-I I 111 re. whu llii.s bt-ell iiitprr.-itliu; him. i If ii tlilnks Chiii Willi i he A. Kuilllliiin u.i.- in vrsl lie eaitii- on Imti iriek. Korvl lie makers .are in 'le-in Mi.s.s Ki. Ii of Kai'lil City, ni'-iit In- has oiiraxe pot bo far be will make It til A druggists. Sen I for a Frfb copy of our illus-tritej booklet about MOTHER'S FRICND. Groceries, Meats and Fish, Hay and Grain, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Class and Oils, Mine and Mill Supplies. ! t Pry Goods, Clothing, Millinery, Wraps and Suits, Carpets, Trunks and Valeses and House Furnishings. lain liUHlneKH man who i about In 1 guest of Miss Wells in Iead, left yesler-lay for Sjieaiflsh. where she will attend ti block offers to fl t up the hitoihI Ktory f his huiMing for such a Hub. hieh jiromlRt- 111 Itself Ih enough Id warrant the jnatit utloT) of mirh a elub. The BrarJf.e!d Regu'af ir Co., Atlanta, Ga. the comment eim-ut exercises. S. R. Smith Is the exclusive agent for the Racine Manufacturing company, and If In need of a vehicle of any kind be sure layers and carpenters are at work when the weatherwill permit, but It do. --n't stop raining low; enough to accomplish much. Contractor MeXally is also hai.m; I to see hlra. (6-6-tf.) ! Remember the "moccasin jioelal" at Mrs. Jules Hendricks', upper Main street, Thursday afternoon ami evening. H AITI NY WKIMiKK At Chrisls Ki 1 1 h(i.i 1 elnireb in I'ad laat nltfht at S.3i) o'i lock Mr. William H. Tlarrlngrr and XHhh Cora Hutchliw were united In holy matrimony. Arehilcacmi G. G. Warr, rpctor of the ehureh, offlrlatvd And the ceremony wiw performed In the jTewetiee of a lure nuinher of frienU. C. It. Cooli-lne anil Miss Saille Moore otfleluterl slow work excavating for the Gushurst block. The place lias become a regular With unequalled facilities for buying and selling we ask your inspection of The Largest Quantity, The Best Quality, and Lowest Prices. Saturday. June 17, is the day set for the Pioneers' picnic at Kpearflsh. Train leave Dead wood arid Ncad City at 7.30 and S:'M pond, and it is Impossible to do anything there at present Society hall Is undergoing thorough repairs, and when completed it will be a big is best man anil lady, and Thomas Monro nave the bride nway. After the service About forty of the friends of tho happy improvement. In the center of the hail a ventilator has been put in and around this circular opening are arranged the electric lights. The globes will be in several .lif- ouplo areotnpanlixl them to tho home of Fresh cut roaes and carnations for sale Mac, the Saddler's, Lead. (tf.) Chlorodyne Cough Mixture will cure that cough, or we refund the money. L. P. Jenkins, drucglst. (tf.) Attend tho "moccasin social" at the home of Mrs. Hendricks Thursday afternoon. The Reliekahs expect you anil will rerent colors, ami will give the room a Isct3.. S. ID. I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore, whore the wedding supper was served. Mr narrlnger Is a young man has lived In 1ea.l about is long as he can remember, and Is a representative citizen. He has acquirer! a soft, mellow light. The woodwoik will be painted up as nice as the most skilfull painters can do It, the walls will be handsomely frescoed and new carpets will lie placed on the lloors. make you welcome if you come. thorough education, which qualifies him The Rebekaus will sell moccasins at l!j for almost any business or profession, but cents a pair at tho social Thursday, and ha chosen the clothing business for a vo Another Big Drop in Price whoever buys a pair of moccasins gets OLYMI'IC FIELD DAY. The Olympic Association extends the In ration. He Is employed In the mammoth atabllhment of Oscar Silver, where he Ice cream, oake and coffee free. vitation to all Its members and friends hsa been for several years, and has applied L. B. Orton. successor to Beemer & la constantly receiving new Jewelry AT THE tilmielf so to the work that be Is a valued employ of the concern. Mr. Barrlnger is main of steady habits and has a brlgbt and offers better Inducements than any other firm in town. Special attention Is called to his fine watch repairing. (tf.) future. who so desire to attend the field day exercises, on Friday, June 23, and they are informed that if they desire, they are privileged to make a basket picnic of the event. The fare for the round trip to Sturgis tnd back will be 65 cents, and two trains will be run, the first leaving Deadwood 8:30 In the morning on the 23, and the second Tile bride has resided In Deadwood about W1DBL1& Editor Henry Schmitz of the Tribune and Lou Rice went over to Speariibh over the Burlington yesterday, and will try their luck for trout for a few days. The Lead police report but one lone train leaving at 10:45. Those who Intend drunk yesterday, and this, by the way, is to take baskets are requested to have their baskets at the train promptly, so they may be taken charge of. The association Is Our Entire Stock of the only one for several days. The offender paid the usual fine and was released from going to take the Red Men's band, which hag been engaged for the occasion, and the the clutches of the law. three years, during which time she has made friends of all she baa met. She baa followed dressmaking, and Is an adept in (ha art, as hundreds of Black Hills ladles fan testify. She is a young lady of rare Attainments. She has a sunny disposition juid Is charming In manner, and the best compliment that could be paid her Is that numerous friends have asserted that "Mr. Barrlnger made no mistake when hs chose tiler for a life companion." We can say (he same thing, and then reverse It In bis favor, knowing that she has made no mistake. The Ploneer-Tlmes joins In wishing them fair weather as they Journey together over matrimonial seas. The happy M. J. AJUnson has money to loan at eaaoaaible rate. Real estate unit Ins ur Trio orchestra will furnish music for dancing, good music being thus assured. The first train for home will leave Sturgis early in the evening, for those who may have matters to attend to, and the train will ine business transacted: collections jaade. Cotton ft Andrews block. Lead. MM (5-24-tf.) The full Episcopal church choir assisted remain so as to bring those who may de- i OUUt L-k WUU In the wedding ceremonies of William H. Barrlnger and Miss Cora Hutchlns in the couple will reside in South Lead. sire to stay for the later exercises and dancing at the pavilion. The athletlo committee desires all those who can to take the first train. H. A. CABLE. Secretary. Must be Closed Out. church last night, and the complete serv ice of the church was carried out. Our spring purchases which an ived since the Fire have K Victor Jepeon and Dr. Freeman, the dentist, returned yesterday from Sand creek, where they $ad bejen fishing since thrown, on the tables as well as those slightly damaged by water. Saturday. They had a splendid time and p B. T. P. U. CONVENTION. The convention of the Baptist Young People's Union continued Its work In the First Baptist church yesterday mornlsg at t o'clock, and the following programme for the day was carried out: Pavotlonal . ...T. ...Miss Maude BaggaJey Organisation and election of officers. Heading of letters from the B. Y. P. U. ' i ' . secretaries. 15 caught all the troue tbey wanted. BRYAN ft GESKBY have money ' to $25,00 suits and Overcoats Go now for $1$50 $20.00 suits and Overcoats Go now for 11.00 loan la any quantity on good terms. STOPI CONSIDER! THINK I Dr. R. K. Langson, founder of the Gordon hospital, Chadron, Neb., and Dr. Hilton McDowell of the staff, will be In Dead-wood at the Bullock June II and 22, to meet their patients Id this vicinity, prepared to do every form of operative work, club foot, 'hair lip, oross eyes, hump back, etc. Ruptures, piles and' cancer cured without the knife. Catarrh, rheumatism and sXat, brokerage and firs lnsaranoa $18.00 suits and Overcoatb Go now for transacted. All business)- at- (Mtded ro with promptness) and care. Bretteli block. Lead. (8-M-tt) Reports of Junior secretaries. , Junior meeting. Illustrated.. Thetld Romeo Marshal residence,, on loutfe Mill street, li ibeltvg removed by 10.00 7-60 6.00 2.00 1.00 .60 05 Hist Mabel Cortejyou Bible reading., .....Rev. Steurnagle Devotional ........Rev. Cailla IHacusslon Our Committee Work How - -Ca We- Make It More Effective." Pal McNally and taken' to HUwatba Park. Mr. DrlscoU, who owns the Marshall place, every form of female weakness and disease cured. If we' accept the case. Consultation and examination, tl. If your local doctor la helping you, don't corns to $15.00 suits and Overcoats Go cow for $12.00 suits and Overcoats Go now for $ 4.00 and $5.00 Pants Go now for $ 3.00 and $4 00 Hats,, while they last $ 1.26, $1 and 76c Neckwear Go now for Rockford Socks per pair Best Riveted Overalls, and Jumpers, each will soon begin the erection of a modern dwelling, which will be one of the finest us. We want only those that have been given up, or who have lost hope. residences in -the city. We refer you to any bank In Chadron Tho hackmen are kjektag vigorously or Gordon as to our financial standing, and to any minister of the gospel as ts 40 Membership . Miss Maude Baggaley Devotional Miss Bpps Social ......'.Miss Ryan The following officers were then elected: FresIdentRev. C. U Kirk. Deadwood; first vice president. Rev. A,. E. Steurnagle, Rapid City; second vice president, J. W. Good, Chad ran; secretary. Miss Alice Epps, Rapid City; treasurer. Mis Ida 0. Ryan, HotSprings. t: " ..." about the condition of the roads out of Lead. By the numerous heavy rains during the spring and summer the roads have been terribly cut Up, and they have not bur cures and honor. We are obliged to Bovs and Children' Clothing for less thin the Material ) corns into your neighborhood, and to give you the advantage of a personal consulta dried. up enough at any time to allow of uMM.ffifno in 4-YtA flfnrn en An in fhft finmA -nronortion thfl cc". tion. Very truly. any substantial repairing-. Tho undertakers were feasted at the I'J y Jf Uliig llW M WW w Q w w w ST- T of a life time to buy goods at those prices. . GORDON HOSPITAI , Remember the date. . ' j The following la the programme for Popular restaurant Tuesday, nigbt . by this morning: .- Charles Dickinson of the Dicktnson-Msy Furniture company. They had a grand Devotional . i ............. Miss Lou Gallop "The Baptist Young People's Union In Re- COHN-GUMBINER CO, JOHN ELMKMK, time, and all were exceptionally Jolly for men who follow that "grave" occupation. House Motet : and Repairer. MASONIC V ODD FELLOWS' BLDO.. COR. MAIN AND BLEEKER STREETS. ; latlon to Our Denominational :. Interests." The B...T. ,P. V. In Relation to the The members of the Germanla club gave AH work Don With Pro- , a nice musical at the club rooms Tuesday SOUTH DA KOI , Local Church ......Rev. W. E. C router mrwTi anit.Ti , ' LEAD. night, and exactly 1110 people were pres HIAWATHA PA&K ? t JJBSADB. D. The B. Y. P. V. In Relation to State and. Home Missions. . . ....... ... . . . ent to enjoy It. They had splended time. hi ... - .....................Rev. F. L, Roselle P. A. Oushurst furnished liquid refreshments, for which he received the ever The B. Y. P. U. In RelatlcM to the lasting gratitude of tho male members. Publication Society.. Rev,. J. FT Catlln TliGf(liclison-lJay. Fpitnrfi Company. The B. T. P. V. In Relation to rorelgn Tou will miss lots of fun, a good lunch Missions ........Mrs. Dr. Weir and an opportunity to do good if you doa't Ha Received J Address The Personality of the Holy attend the social to be given by the Re- . nintf&jEALgRSlN- ' ':. ' ;-V" t..u i ..... Spirit ....Rev. C. L. Kirk bekmhs Thursday afternoon and evening Address The Work of the Holy' Spirit They will serve Ice cream, cake and coffee fro., j; la the World. ...Rev. E. A. Steurnagle of sock dellciousnee and fragrance that will make you glad to be there. . Go and - Discussion of these two subjects. Glassware. Three Cars of Wagons, BB2f : Surries, Carriages, Rocfcawaj 'V . Road Wagons, Buckboard. j Furniture, Crockery nor r ' There are delegates present from nearly taste and see. all the churches, and they are having good as well as profitable time. The Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. Smith entertained tho visiting undertakers at 'their home Tuesday night at high five. ( All present officers elected ' were selected by a com mittee which carefully selected them from Carts. Phaetons, Express w6 Etc. x were not undertakers, but all were more the best timber in the church, and they pre officers that will not be found lasjging or less connected with the business. Of the prises won Mrs. Btone took the ladles' la thewor k before them. , Everything Strictly up to, ' date and prices that cannot be beat- Undertakers and Embalmers. first prise and Dr. Zerflng took the gentle men's prise. Mr. and Mrs. Smith enter' A good cook Is wanted at once at the tsUned them nicely. Bryant house, Load. (tf.) - From the Racine "Wagon and Carnage j second hand rigs cheap. Wffl sell cheap or on installments- , S.; a SM1TH-J Workmen engaged on the various Im Henry Schnitzel's assay office will he lmpore-rur located In the basement Of provements in the city are making very 3 rep'.dence. No. 1 Oulnn street (Slavon. slow headway. The foundation for the No. 3 Main St Lead, South Dakota Faust block hes been completed and brick

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