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jTUDAT, DECEMBER 14, 1909. THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMBS, DEADWOOD, S. D. - ONE GENT A WORD DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE. . 4l-ant Mining company, princlDal cZn?l W CarbD"e Camp Lwren THE CHARITY BALL. Arrangement Being Made for th Ball for Benefit of HosDltal. sip via i , vigor ! Vitality i l"' MORMON BISHOPS PILLS hare been In La NOTTPP -r-i . . .. -meais under taia BeaaONAC tir a WOKD each Insertion, when A meeting was held by those who take an Interest in St. Joseph's hospital Monday night, and arrinnment. following described ".IT1 n th? aw,", K-iCr'be? BtoVk. " account of Dr. Collier OSTEOPATH LEAD AND DEAUW00U. Deadwood offloa at QllKaor Hotua, Uu Jr. Wednesdays, and Frllr orer 60 year by the leaders oi the Mormon Church and thar y or one-half mill dpt hr follower. PotltlTely cures the worst mm in old and nas less than one month, three Unci per month, payable In ad ranee -were laid for a grand charity hn several am,,., . 77 ' ... 1 1 excesses, or cig-ntte amoklng. Cirti Ia rsULoiiM. SMFMaUrrhau. l arising from effects of self-straite, dluipetlon, ei shttd, Impotraer, Lioat Power. Mg-b Pulaa In Bmrk" lesJr, Ham I ami Km I , Htm ,."k.t., TU .'" Sm,""J the ru:"..:Zpne of to be given in the City hall, Thursday! , """"euuiuers, as follows: Kmlwksi, Lsuue Boafc, Merrvsw MUky? Cert, uecember 27. The proceeds of the hall nrlll . . . . . ' ATDt. WANTED HELP. ... J-:- Shares Alice M. Guild a 137 bu lowaras lmnrov ne and r- John Uuker f.00 Pairing the hospital In Deadwood. and t. -" Z . ' V " ."""' "-P eeel.e)rCoBietlf Uds. Kget tsarelmmedisy. Impsrt vigor snd potenrv to e Tery K k. A fanctlon. Ixin't rt despondent, a cure Is alhand. Eestores small, unaeveloped UHti omns. Stimulate the bram and Derre centers. 60e. a box. 6 for XiiO by mail, a miea guarantee, to cure, or money reluadeO, with S boxes. Circulars lrte. 6 ' " K, Addrxsas. BISHOP REMEDY CO-San Francisco, OaO. FOR SALE AT FAUST'S PALACE PHARMACY. rranci.co.vau. every citizen of the town should take an interest In. Good music will be in attendance, and the affair will be John ISaker ol, John Hakcr , 0(Hl 5 n J" 1.000 50 John Baker 5 000 o"r,(, Ira L. Sand 93. 1)1. S!l. 131'. KKEEPING-Expert bookkeeper would like one or two Beta of tradesmen's accounts to keep during spare "me. Address No. 38, care Pioneer-Times. ir ANTED. Position aa housekeeper made one of the successes of tho vear nwu omc, 415 liain Stroet. Tueadayt Thursdays and Saturday. MONEY LOWO ON COLLATERAL Security at a lawful rate of Interest Business Btrlctly confidential. Will call at your residence if repeated. D. JACOBS OPPOSITE THE BULLOCK HOTEL. ? nd acc-ordame with the law and an order of the board 0 direc tors made on the 4th day of o,-tnher 1 The people of Deadwood owe it to the sisters of the hospital to assist In swelling the proceeds of the ball, and give the sisters a good fund with which to carry on the splendid work f each ,Wr.-,.. o ' ! ! rpnneu v"o j iii. . to take charge of any home. jetent , ", 8?l,i at r"b,ic "'K-tlou at the office of John UaKsaley, on Main street. Ia-uJ- r,:1' ' on the ir'lh day r December, A. H.t Pioneer-Times. Address . 1 . aL - !' w. of said day to pay taid GEO. V, AYERS & CO Successors to Ayres & Wardraan Hardware Company. wiNTED. Men lo jearu uaruer ' with the 1 XI.nse of "'""lur" asesnii'ul topelli eostH f advertising and Him sale J"MN IlAKI-:iJ. Seer.-tarv they have under way. Following are the committees appointed at Monday night's meeting: Executive John Treber, Frank Kel-lar, John Tierney, R. E. Grimshaw, George Porter. Floor J. P. Laffey, Dr. Graham, W. L. McLaughlin, Dave Brown. JJeceptlon Ed McDonald, James Munn, Lee Day, Herbert Allen, George O'Donnell, W. B. Dwinneil, Walter Simpson, William Ickes, P. N. Carr, M. trade. o niu. ractice, expert instructions, lectures diplomas. Two years' apprenticeship saved. Graduates earn $12 weekly. Catalogue and special offer free." Moler Barber college, Minneapolis, Minn, KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAYPORT ARTHUR ROUTE. "Straight as the Crow Flies'- be tween KANSAS CITV and the GULF. Double daily train service. Shortest line tand quickest time to PittKh,,,- O. C. JEWETT, ARCHITECT. New Waite Block, DKADWOOD. 4. D. fiiiitiifiriMiitirttntfrtr. WANTEO Position by young man J. Morgan, Henry Donovan, John It. 0; good hauiis. uy iduur. nuin ences if desired. Thaddeus Burch general delivery. Kussoll, Bernard Mullen. A. E. Horn- bcrger, William Zoeikler, Norman T. Mason. at "j Hardware and Alining i Supplies.. , RANTED-Salesladies Fishel'a It Hurley, Bazaar at once. Music John Tierney, Tom James Harris. Kas., Joplin, Mo., Ft. Smith, Ark., Tex-arkana, Tex., Shreveport, La., Brau-mont, Texas, and Lake Charles, La., Through Pullman Sleepers ' to: Houston and Galveston, the famous ARKANSAS Health Resorts; Si-loam Springs and Sulphur Springs. Cheap rates to above resorts all the year. CHEAP LANDS: Along the Port Arthur Route in Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana are to be found the most Walter L. Y.Tcoe, M. I) !!! EYE AND EAR Occulist B. &. M. R. n De-(ltt-od, S. D. .. Tel. Harrison RANTED Two laboring men. Ap ply to PlacK tuns flianuiucturiug Co. . THE CITY D1UY LINE WANTED. Throe sewing girls at tne Van Dame uressmamng ranors, VSMMUMMMMIUUMJiMMiMUMJgM. over Deetken's Pharmacy. tf Does all kinds of heavy hauling, moving of heavy machinery, excavation cdL,-trac;. ; : i; , . ; . K.wuutLive ianas in these states. These lands can be secured at very moderate prices, and, therefore, offer This Space la Reserved For CORNWALL &. CO. FOR SALE. 'eadwood V W: .: CV s and ace prepared to kinds of work. do ail a great inducement to the homeseek-er. HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS SOUTH. First and third Tuesdays of each month. Apply to S. G. WARNER, G. P .&. T. A., Kansas City, Mo. complete. For particulars, aaaresa Pioneer-Times. FOR RENT. FEED!; FUEiJ PROMPTNESS IS OUR MOTTO FOR RENT. Two rooma over Phila set 8 ' Seebick IMPORT ICR AND DKSIGNIOR OF delphia Restaurant. Apply to REMOVED TO ADAM'S BLOCK. DOCTOR BABCOCK HAS MOVED Office No. 2 Syndicate Blk. Residence Phone B. H., 169. Office Phone, B. H. 118. JNO FELDHAUSEN, .Prop, FOR RENT. $10 per month, good lO 1 HE ADAMS BLOCK WHERE HE CAN BE FOUND NIGHT OR DAY Lobby Saloon r K l four-room house In Cleveland Heights addition, one block above St. Joeseph's hospital. A. W. Coo. AND MAY BE CALLED BY EITHER TELEPHONE. tf has gone thru a thoro o ; oovvns and repair and cleaning and is now FOR RENT. A house with modern improvements, furnished or unfurnished. Inquire at DeMouth's Ark. "T.IK NORTH WESTEKN LINE" U th short line between DEADWOOD ane SIOU CITY, SIOUX FALLS. ST PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and DULUTH Please bear this rn mind. the INTlcest XJlrtco ...Millinerv FOR RENT Nicely furnished room. Just the thine: for gentleman. En quire No. 1G Washington St. to be foui.J in Deadwood for a so time. OPPOSITE THE BULLOCK. I- 4 v V oHs I- Q - 2 t -0 03 c (J m J. R. Hickox. City Engineer. n H 2i -to J j 2 r o . I u D ui Francis C. Tucker U. S .Dep. Mm. Surveyor. run ttr.N i i wo ne w Kii-i uulu uousca for rent cheap on Carney street. Enquire of S. Bloom. a z to E F- Maa TUCKER 4 HICKOX, CIVIL I MINING ENGINEERS FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. Clean. We Want... You to understand that we are un - a THE DEADWOOD LOAN OFFICE ..21 Lee Street, Is the place to go when you are broke or when you are not broke when you are broke, you caa et money, and when you hare money you can get bargains on what the other fellow left whea he was broke. Anything and everything is carried in stock a. CO f D Surveyors. Rooms 301 and 302 Adams Block. attractive and nicely situated. In the L. C. Miller house, upper floor. Inquire of Mrs. P. D. Sanders, Room 1. BUGGIES, CARRIAGES I ' C 'U UJ And SPRING WAGONS. der sin u II expense and can tin better hy yoi. on MEATS of all kinds thai, any of our competitors. Give us a chance to prove our assertion, by gi? ing us a trial order. .BOOMS furnished tor housekeeping. DEADWOOD LOAN OFFICE, Parties seeking comfortable and pleasant winter Quarters, will do veil to call at No. 69 Centennial trenue. JOLITZ & LYNCH OFFICES FOR RENT. The finest Mada exclusively for the Black Hills trade. If you want a new vehicle of any kind it will pay you to call and lk our stock over, and learn our prices, for they are the lowest of the low, yet the vehicles are the Best of the Best UNDERTAKING, Aetna Powder Co, and best located, steam heated and electric lighted offices in the city re for rent at low prices.. In-Qiilre of O. C. Jewett, Room 202, Walte building. - AND EMBALMING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES Skilfully and competently done. A full stock f f O.H Rr.-nTTvci-TVT JtOOMS TO RENT "AT MODERATE t FULLER &BROWN Next to City Hall, Deadwood, 3. D. and Siaci El Harris.,,, pi,,..... ' WiJ PRICES. Suites of living rooms In toe WAITE BUILDING, each furnished with steam heat; electric Bsuts; bath, water closet, lavatory: V., C -ev Parlors, No. 114 Sherman St f M and Headquarters for SOUTH DAKOTA PEOPLE, C-iiS ot and cold water, art for rent at moderate and reasonable prices. Wll be pleased to show them to ayone who may be interested. O. C Jewett, Agent. Electric Bilt.-rifis Batter j Soppiies. ADAMS COMPANY HOTFL CRACE EUROPEAN C. C. COLLINS, Proprietor. Jackson Boulevard and Clark Street, CHICAGO. Location Opposite Postoffice and Board of Trade, In Exact Center of Business District 200 Rooms at $1.00 Per Day and Up W. 0 E. S. No. ii, i)EALWU01. "Wlar. meetings secoixl and fu'jnh St 7 !(li All ,v,r ,.-HI Green Cut Bone When Fed Your Poultry Will double the number of eggs, Will stop egg-eating. Will prevent roup, Will make the eggs more fertile, Will invigorate the whole flock. Will make little chicks grow larger. Will reduce the grain bill one-half. It Is better than medicine? cheaper than grain. r Only 13 00 per hundred; Manufactured and for sale by ZOECKLER BROS. ti- ANIR 1 pun i ipo w vi : S (John R Wlk.nn Alt.. PUTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF ward. Every Room has Hot and Cbld Water, andf.ja .Heated by Steam. CREDITORS. . . Never Before 1 ijPor S a few N J : DyS SANELE,. K uuii ui lug uuia-u pates for the Western Division of P District Of South' Fink nta In Black Hills History Hn the - mi ma bo-"i r accurate! vre Isthemntfa t t t i i POliPt. In P.nvnm). proqucel oroeer before has ther,. Is k we creidtors of Henry Rosen- of Central City, In the County . such a Grand -ieleeil.,11 of thenublimes of the Hills, at ire nuw showuatibe J. B. Le Beau The Central jeweler, Is Headquarters For Black Hills Gola) Jewtlry, Any design, made dp on the shortest notice. MAIL ORDERS Write him Just what you want and he will quote you prlcea by return malL " 'i' uANT LINE OF ; V srjL 1 RIMMED HATS I . fjVX W1I1CH ARE GOING ? I ftaw FOU A FEW DAYS AT A You Can Bank. on getting the best in tho MEAT line. If you get It of ROGERS & SON They always have a neat, fresh H. R. LOCKE it CO., 1.." IS herebv e-lvon that n tha Main Street. Main "Hret, DU AD WOOD I LEAD toy of December, A. D. 1900, the Henry Rosenkranz, was duly pleated bankrupt; and that the They Load Others Follow In Ph tOKinphy, f'ablnet Work it Hiatinotype. hr $3,oo I REFERENCES Any bank or mercan tile house In the Hills. stork to select from, and you can always get just what you want BRING YOUR ROCKETBOOK, "eetlng of his creditors will be rie office of Granville G. Ben-toad i!Cree la Bnkruptcy, in Dead-tivr?th Dakta, on the 22nd day flU? ' A- D- 190- at 10 'clock L wenoon, at which time the CTMlfnKn . a . . ... tIieB3i;IlE0EBCaaT I THE ; BRICK I For when you see them you want them. j OUR HOLIDAY LINE of Handkerchiefs and Gloves is unsurpassed by any In th West. Accept our Invitation and call. ' ACKERM AN MILLINERY CO., Miss O Keefe, Mgr. ""wis ilia V fltton i nrnva tho r Ultlst Bppoint a trustee examine the rw. and transact such other LUXURIES THAT COST LITTLE, Is what ysu get when you buy your meats of GUS KELLAR The poor man's frelnd. They all look alike to Gus. and it Is one price to all, and tho best and most F&Jat, able meats to be had in the city. 642J4 Main Street, Deadwood. V.VsVsVwVY W. H. MOORE Blacksmith and Wagon Maker HORSESHOEING AND GENFRAL RE PAIRING DUNE ON SHORT NOTICE, All kinds of Carriage and Wag-oa Wood Work; also Carriage Furnishings. 11 and 12 Pine St, - Deadwood. & B : e Next door to the Bullock) Irs .J.. raay Properly come be-rm- meetinS. "BANVIlle O. BENNETT, Referee in Bankruptcy. JJJ ' t Deadwood, South DakoU, i aT of December. 1900. LmPub. Dec. 11. 1900.) I? FIRST NATIONAL BANK FINEST ORCHESTRA ' In the City-Carry a full line of Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars. You are always welcome. RYAN and RILEY Props. DEADWOOD. SOUTH DAKOTA. 0l. . NOTICE Z er Decemb 72 Prtce of aoda NOTICE. htuJ. " OI PALMER HOUSE er 1, 1900. the aoaa.water win ot Lee-Glass-Ardreseen United States Depository DIRECTORS: t. j. grikr. ,p. e. sparkfl p. a. oc8hxtrjt. d. a. Mcpherson. O. J. 8AXJ8BURT, NEW CLARK BLOCK. NEXT DOOR TO S. ASSAY OPTICB. NEW BUILDING, NEW FURNITURE. NEW BEDDING In connection with the Restaurant are tea finely furnished rooms wlta bat and cold water and bath. Open da and nlghC Short orders specialty. SING YOU Prop xL botUea. UOOH quarts, per a-0 aen botOes. $2.25; sy- bilJT5re net, and charges for tott b made a follows: ti wCent" per t06. Qiarts- if tte, srjrphons, $1 per ! )lrv price r M F. O. B. ! ALTREBER, Deadwood. S. D ! Bo-LAROE, Deadwood. 1 w-nrS.PRINQ3 BOTTLING MAJIXARD. Lead. Wholesale Hardware Bicwclesand Sporting Goods. 121-21-23 HARNEY ST.. OMAHA J. C. CARSON, Agent Deadwood Office, Syndicate Block. Tlx Aoaae Peter Ecklund, Prop. Is where you get that delicious drink known thruout the country1 aa Anheus-er Busch you now beer. A nice lunco constantly on Use bar. Best brands of drinks and clears always oa band. Lea street. Deadwood. A. UcT OFFICERS: President O. J. IAUSBURT I Caatner ..D. Vice-President T. J. GRIXR AsslsL Cashier 3. & DENMAN a A- - i .