The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on May 19, 1900 · Page 5
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May 19, 1900

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

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r, MA19. 190M THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEADWOOD, 8. D. Ida' ADDITIONAL CI TY NEWS. !"UTJVAJ"LTLri rtrUTJUVTJTJT nj"lAJ"U"LTLri "LrUTTLAJTJTJT AnVTUTJlrU- 'Calumet" makes the lightest, sweetest an'd most w iclesomo ore.id and pastry. liny -voiii Sunday meats at Rogers & ' "ii I-1''' street. They have a " " ' I ! ' te frt n stock of anything you CAN YOU SEE.,... Bakino !i last niglil Sy the most success iul that . :ii.;.-. u:i-tl mhl Powder NOT mheBY Jnoncsocoqd, I The reason Why a person should I pay $4.00 or $5.00 fjr a Shoe TRUST. . ' When x $3.50 for Gents AND. THE BEST THEY KNOW. $3.00 for Ladies 1m.-, heeii giwn li ythe association for ' ' ' or ah. I I;, attciiilaui , a l.ii'e, and there wt-re enough more teiitle::;.-i; t linn ladies to make it i II- hTCM i 'M. Mi. ";. 1 1 -i -s entertained a number fri' nds at dinner last night, in or-cision o her liirtl.day. Dinner was ser.'ii at s o i lock, ami among those I" ii' "ere ollu, I-:. W. Miller of i.ll, i'oint, V. l. llaggert and E. J. Lessee, of Pennsylvania; Mrs. George Hews, Miss Holzner, and Mr. Lonergen of Dead wood. A n urn her of delegates to the republican state convention will leave over the I!, m. and Elklioni this afternoon and the remainder will go tomorrow liwrence will he represented by a full delegation of t7. and the other Hlaek Hills counties will have very near a full representation. The First National bank is going to excavate a basement under the bank building at the corner of Main street and the Lee street alley. This will be done for the purpose of ventilation, as the earth under the building is almost always damp, and the sanitation of the building for that reason has been bad. It is ossible that a furnace will be set up in the basement, hut it is not the purHise to make it tenable. The three circus attaches who we,"' :nresied in Deadwood on circus day charged with stealing a lot of carpenter tools at Helle I'oiirche. wer given their Rearing at the hitter place yester p-rHOU remember the old lady who rode for the first YESTERDAY'S PERSONALS; Kdward Van Cise left for Oniah.i. 1'rof. K C. Smith returned from Den ver. V. A. Clark of Knglewood. w a in the city. Miss Stella Graves returned from hitewood. V. A. Clark of Knglewood was in Deadwood yesterday. E. V. Bell, bridge suiverintendent for the Burlington, arrived in the city. Dr. It. ij. Slagle. of the state school of mines at Rapid City, visited Dead-wood. W. R. Yates, the Singer man. went down to Stuigis last evening on Singer business. A. I.. Overjuck and A. K. Owupeck of Rapid City spent the day in time on a railway train, i nere was a trightiul collision, but when the rescuers reached her she was quite calm. She said she supposed buys the best thing to be had in hey always stopped that way. The story well illus- ates why so many women are satisfied to live without Lory Soap. They have never tried itl Naturally (enough, they think that annoying odors, sharp chemi- We make a Specialty of these grades Can give you any style you wish ana Guarantee Every Pair, f Us, and wasteful greasiness are common to all soaps. COVMHT 1ltt IV THf MOCTIN aMILl CO. CiCIN Mrs. lovejoy, of ( liadroti. armed in i the city for a visit with her daughter. Mrs. II. A. Cable. John Wahlron. of 1'Mgemont. arrived m the city Thursday, to attend the irv Mi OouaM. formerly foi'uian Kililimaii iH I'luina. left yestei- Dr ffafbi""!""1 "'here h'' expects The physicians, surgeons ami specialists who advertise, have money to pay their :id w-rtising as well as other hills. Those who deiend upon the "ethics of the piofession" do not al-vas have. ue his s'rvii-i -s with some largo FOR CASH ONLY. j Zipp Shoe Co. 655 Main St. ineetin;; of the Klks lodge. W. S. Warner, recehcr at the land oHice. came up from Rapid Cil.v. accompanied by bis wife and spent the day. If that section and make that his future home day One of them pleaded guiltv. one was term I loose, and the other was In hi to a; r I. "fore the grano jury. Iiepjutv Sheii.T Harris was a witness al the hen ri li .' There will be a change it, the schedule sof the Klkhorn freight trims ; r and out of Deadwood. beginning tomorrow. The freK'hr train, for Slu"- pring and Summer 1900 W'c take "i-eat pleasure in olTciin this sea gis and points down the road. Mint las bee'i having Deadwood at s-'," a. in will hereafter leaw at -i:!'') n. in. I he Airs. John Wringrose and daughter, .Mrs George Ward man. arrived in Whitewood from Mexico, ami come on to Deadwood today. Fred I.. Clark of KnglewiSnl. one of I'mle Sam's forest rangers, was in the city yesterday shaking bands with friends and looking after business connected with his position. VV. M. Haggerty of Sugar Grove, Pa., om of the stockholders in the Ella. Eldon Mining company, arrived in the city Thursday night, accompanied by E. J. Lesser, of Pennsylvania. Hello rourche train, which his ! r'i leaving at il a. ni., will leave at 0:10 son's purchase fop your inspection, lii n fully aware of the fact thai il exceeds all our previous - efforts. NOTWITHSTANDING Till: KWIiNT i HEAT .ADVANCE IN M KKCII ANDISE IN OUi: LINK, WE HAVi: NOT ADVANCED 01 II a. ni.. and returning, will arrive in Deadwood at l:.r0 p. m.. instead of ?-nr p. in. Miss Kate Murriii returned yesterday LJ from down the FMkhorn. where she had IMJICES IN ANY SIMILE INSTANCK. been on business pertaining to the FOR SAVING Deadwood Company U. R, K. P. There will be a meeting of Dead-wood company. I'. R. K. P., at the joint teachers' institute to he held at Rapid City, beginning June 18th. and continuing until June 28th. It is the THIS IS (Tit Of THF... Mourn fnldinj; p-1'1.;: ft Camera; taae ft piriur 2x2"p. th t only r.inera f,r d'-y Our Men's Department is replete with the verv latest for men's wear. intention to bring the institute promt Deadwood city hall, Sunday at 1 o'clock, for the purpose of attending pUitrt I hut can bo 'on vntotlr carrie! or fines'. qiiAllty, vomfu.i', and made Men's Spring Overcoats, in all the newest shades ami styles, rnuginp; in price from nently before every teacher in the Black Hills, with a view to securing the funeral of Mrs. Henley, in Central as large an attendance as possible. City. All members of the company Diamond 'V Laundry Soap Wrappers This Camera and 299r-ther prise, given awsy to t ha n ;n of Di ond "J" laundry Soap. Drop a postal card lo MINIUM FPARTMCNT, The CUOAHV PKQ. CO. t.a.Wki. . Onihi. N.b. $7.30 to 22.00. s(HHiaily lor thou ramrrtt ; hat cr(il powr of fous ivititr a won1of ul 1 c ri n l- The institute last year was held at Hot Springs, and was concede 1 to be will please attend. JAMES A. MILLS. First Lieut. Commanding. The handsomest line of Men's Spring the most successful ever held in the tion, rqoipped with Tiew tinder; mad of thoroiiRhly arild rherrywood, coTrtl with hlarh ) mnrnrnt lkthar; w (utduJi it couiplet'i wHU uneduubiu ).ite bolder. Suits we have ever shown; the very latest Black Hills. The indications are thit the institute this year will be an improvement over last year in more re designs in high grade tailoring, ranging Robbed At Hill City. 94m I mm a is and wm will 4 kin to U la Abner Stainton. a Burlington em spects than one. Tn i-Aii urn r f unn m nnoir Ko nz t ' ploye at Hill City, arrived in Dead-wood last night, looking for a couple of men who had robbed him of twenty Go to the. asked one of our county officials, as he from $6.50 to $25.00. Fully equal to tailor-made, at just one-half the cost of made-to-order goods. ' Our Hoy's Department consists of every stepped tip to a poor sucker at the clr dollars at a boarding house. The men came to Deadwood on 203, a Burling cus Tuesday who had Just dropped $18 on one of the gambling or robbery games that were opnly run there that ton freight train, but the police were not able to get any information con thing necessary for a boy's complete outfit, reliable goods, and low prices being our cerntng them at this end of the road. day. "No," drolled the sucker. "I guess I'm not lucky today. I went broke," he added, as he meekly made Mr. Satinton says the men were for ONLY AIM. ftM-BkhC. merly employed on the extra crew at FAMILY LIQUOR STORE For Pure Wines and Liquors. Also for Bottled Beer in Cases Telephone No. 25. Goods Delivered Free to any Part of the city 635 Main Street Deadwood. season we have paid particular attention to the Hill City. They were seen by the landlady of the boarding house, coming down the stairs from the upper rooms, and when Mr. Stainton went into his rooms he saw that some of his his way out of the tent to walk back to the home from which he had so recently come in all pomp by train or hack, little dreaming that he had been completely buncoed out of his hard-earned dollars. A reception was tendered O. H. Southmayd and his bride Wednesday evening by the Epworth League in clothes had been disarranged. He had left his coat, containing a pocketbook and twenty dollars, in the inside pock et of the coat, and he found that the money had been abstracted. He says their parlors in the M. E. church. The spacious rooms were handsomely furnished and the refreshments appropri TLB FOLKS. Thwipiece Suits from 3 years up with vest just like pa's, from 2.00 to $6.50. Shirt and collars just like Papa wears, ages years and Wit GENT&' 'FURNISHING DEPARTMENT, com e in every detail, with the latest novelties, in fact, ev-Wng that ig new and novel worn by men. HAT8 of the celebrated Dunlap and Stetson makes, Q by all goofl dressers, in all the new shapes and shades 1 shades foj spring wear. The best line of Fancy Caps we have ever shown, in knew style Plaids and Checks. tor Shoe stock is now complete with the very latest in iShoes. Every pair guaranteed to give satis faction. the men are T. Paul and another man called Jim. he thought his last name School Entertainment. On the evening of May 28th there was Brennan ate to th eseason. Music and good cheer ruled the hour. The occasion Wagner Cafe Serves Meals Night and Day, Best Cafe in City. will be given In the Opera house a mu was also made a good-bye and God sical and dramatic entertainment of speed you, in behalf of Cliarles Stuver. who is a member of the league and who left Thursday to .loin a corps of high order In the interest of the pub-lir schools. The entertainment Is In the charge of a committee of ladies who have engaged some of the very best literary and musical talent. .The W.C SPINDLER, Prop civil engineers who will survey our possessions in Alaska v this summer. Charlie expects to return in the fall. TKl Three Reasons Why we Mr. am! Mrs. Southmayd have rnm- nienced housekeeping on Charles street. A TESTIMONIAL FROM OLD ENGLAND. "I consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the !iwt In the world for bronchitis. " says Mr William Savory of Warrington. Englanl "It has saved my wife's life, she hav ng been a martyr to bronchitis for over six years. beinR most of the time confined tn her' bed. She Is now quite well." It Is a j.""at pleasure to the manufacturer's of Ch.i?!ilierlain'g ToiiKh Itcmcly to bo able to publish testimonials of this character. TV v sbow that great coo.l is being ?one. ; n anl suffering relieved, and valuable l.v-s restored to health and happiness 1 v thl3 remedy. It Is for sab' by Kirk c I'hilllps. The street commissioner and the superintendent of the city water works have been busy the last few days, re One Way to Advertise. On Saturday. May Jf.th, the Wilcox Pharmacy will put on sal- all the Eureka and Eureka Jr. Krxlaks they have in stock at ."Or on the dollar. Remember the ilate. May 20th. one day only. This is far below cost, but the firm uses this means or medium of advertising to bring themselves properly before the public. You cannot afford to overlook this opportunity to get . a kodak. Call and see them. pairing caves on the bridges and along purpose of the entertainment is to create a fund with which to secure works of art, including pictures and statuary, to adorn the school rooms of the Dead-wood schools. All taking part in this entertainment are devoting their time and talent without compensation. The purpose for which this entertainment is lieiiiK prepared is -a most laudable one, and the good effects of it will rem h into almost every home in Dea lwood. It is to be hoped that the citizens of Deadwood wil consider this in a true sense their own entertainment, and that each person will purchase, at least, one ticket. Our Shoes are better in Quality. And More Stylish in appearance. And Lower in Price than any other House in Town. the sewers of the city. The bank caved on the Tine street bridge and the sewer broke out in H. C. Smith's healrh office. The water connection in Ernest Mueller's place broke, an 1 when it was dug up it was found that the connected pipe had separated nearly a foot from the main. The separa I mfml tion must have occurred some time OorTt Miss This Opportunity. THi: MOST ELHOANT ASSORTMENT OF PATTERN HATS EVER PUT OS SALE WILL BE SOLD TODAY ASH TOMORROW AT ACKER-MANX S AT ACTUAL COST. TO FAIL TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY IS TO MISS THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. ago but the water had continued to run ICE! J10.00 REWARD. I will pay ten dollars reward to the person who will give me Information which will lead to tha affection of the person who) entctid my lnvrj on th night of May Kth and stole number of white, yellow and pink tulips. J. DEETKEN. all right until the recent rain, when the earth around the break gave way. Get on the band wagon i-irge fcas got the ice. Families supplied. Harrison telephone No. 120. and allowed the water to escape. Men have repaired all of the breaks.

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