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

Lead, South Dakota
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Thursday, October 4, 1900
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tihes. 25th YE A If. LEAD, si. D. ( KLACK HILLS), THURSDAY OCTGBICR -I, lUOO. FIVE g KCH DEPARTMENT OF Ol'R WORK IS IX CIlAItliK Of. A SIT.'' "I A L 1ST. s i Lunch Counter. j At the Derby lumh counter, in ' liari;e of Overton Wagner, meais and ! special orders are served at rea.-una-i fie paces, day and iiiilii. . 'i i . i iic c ! Berry's place. Main street, Lead, tf Monuments. George J. Snyder has the agency 1 for Kimball Bros., the monument firm of Lincoln thi t has erected s6 many ! stones in ths Hills. Those in want i will do well by calling at No. 27 Gold I street, or addressing Lock Boi 655, nigh Oracle Photographs Pictures Enlarged at Home -AT CHICAGO PRICES Big Brick Store Invites Your Inspection of Their Very Complete Line '2 1m Lead, S. D. BLACK HILL3 PORTRAIT COMPANY No. 6 East MAIN ST., LEAD, S. D. I'. -0- Roosevelt in Nebraska. NORTH 1'I.ATTK, Neb., (let. 1' Governor Roosevelt is today making a tour along the I'ninn I'acific raod. This wa.s His Whereabouts a Mystery. his Hi-st stop ami he was well received, i Ask for Cuba's Choice, tile leading i fifjar. 'AuUrevt' Ituse, who for many years at a resident of Lead, aJ in the employ of I Downing Ind and wife are evpeci. I ; The other towns where he speaks toilav ate I,cintou. Kearney. Ilrainl Island. ; Aurora. Seward. Lincoln, Ashland and i rial I niouth JULIUS' RESORT. Mamea Wil-on, master meehanie at the Sain mine at Perry, came in yesterday to be prevnt at the bis time last evening. The free kindergarten supported by Mrs. Hearst bcKan last Monday morniiiK. The clashes are not yet full and any children from three to six yars of age will be admit Led. The basement of the Episcopal church is Ih'ius utilized as a s hool riMiui fee- t!ie kindergarten Two weeks ago the number of typhoid eases in Lead and Terraville was almost alarming an. I some of the lea, lint; physic-i.uih slood in f. ar of an cpi.letni. i.hi at home today l-'rank Walsh, of Cusler. was wMiing ,i! Lead yslerday. A. I and L. W. Tieknor in- in Leal from Welcome I'ily. W'yo. .Iudfe I'amplin. of Cheyenne W'yo . visiting the Hla k Hills for a few day lb- ovpeets p, remain :n Lead for s,-er. days. Busina ' Lunches at Noon a Fall and Winter DRY GOODS, . CLOTHING; MILLINF.RY. I ai. d .b.ln Labomc hill- the Ft. T'lerrw rail-ron'l company a.s seciimi foreman, ileelded last (ril tn leave thi Hills for a while, anil therefore went to the northwest. His brother, who was working upon the section, left, tit about the name time for a visit to hi native country, ami returned about tun niotitb ago. .' Shortly after hi.i return to Lead he re reived a biter. from Andtew. In whbdi If stated that within a few .lays lie wnull leave Ihe -Uate of AViisliinu'on and it -turn to lh'' I T i 1 1 r-' . Andrew w .i - a man of eonslderable means, and had property throusliout the Noi l h v est , .i-i well .i money here In the bank, besides eonsidet-able real rslate. Friends of Mr. Ku-e were advised of the f.iels and eoinntene-ed a through invostlKntion ouiitir to ih-faet ho had not arrived in this city. lotter was written to Spokane anil an In I he Holllesl ., i. e 111 I e 1 1 I i 1 1 1 1 : r foreman of th.' s.iiii nunc, headed the pro- 1 l-'rank Kilpa'r ll.i voile ol ; I 1 1 -I. u ion io maelii uerc If you .re I... a k f..r ri, .inn- II II ioi; m.e i e 11 nid I h re aro very few new ones dev. 'be nj and the .ham e ..f an epi-b-M! . a:. , 1 oecialty. Juliui- .xen's beer hall is con- venlentiy located In the basement be- neath J. K. Searles' meat market, Main street. Lead. Business men's lunches at noon served every day. ) Here you can always get the best of hot soups and the cooking is Just "as : pood as mother used to cook."The fa-' mens Anheuser-Busch beer constantly on tap. A quiet, orderly, up-to-date ner.nan beer hall. Visitors from the surrounding country, as well as citl-i zens severally of Lead are invited to call. 9 lS-tf ' L. D. Bailor, M. D J. L. Esch, M. D. DRS. BAILOR & ESCH. i I is vises of the Kyc, Kar, Nose and sliirhf. Mi i. !P '''Nll'V ill :rietb block. Murray k V.h k will be at the opci.i CLOAKS Ml Al WRABS house. Lead, thi-i .eniim. They pr.s.t'i Lead. It ynii are looking for a good Btnoke ask for Charnlson'S" MONARCH-strlctly union-made risiti Ka"tory in iho famous Irish l-'mnigaii's ball TIh v hae wiih tli.-m aboii' Iwentv mil-!-; 1 1 1 . 1 Jiri' tlflls abb- lo do in.ti.e to Mi.- pl.t . I i 1. i are i :. a b at IHekinsou's dru' Mnv h'ock learl Tim Ladles Ail : i ;a !i . Im iv h will man. ibis nft. rum i r " w tf e-by Alt-your pro 1 UALITItb so, ,..v of the I' I mi- I with Mps. on a' . Hiin I- s. W Mil" on th- ihmible-, as ill Tliront a S;-cialty. (1 lasses Acuratoly Fitted, i Office No. 119 Main St. stoic- Quite i, number of tlio i-escleni s of I'c- ! ry came inio Lead a horseback vesier ' day afienioon in a body. Nick Trevvcc'-. foreman of Ihe Sam mine, headed the pos- session upon bis black charger, as they , lode Into Ijcad. The boys were all in line loo at the parade in the evening1. j Ceon;e Inmnn and wife have returned j frmn a six weeks visit with relatives in ' vest faf inn bdlovved short h-. II devebe el the fact that he had not been seen for several weeks In that city and at the hotel where he stopped, hi trunk an I personal effect still remain in Hie room oecupled by him. Ai to hl3 whereabouts. I ft myatery. and an Investigation here developed the fact that his bank account Btlll remaff.T'.'aH iu left it :.i -uinc The mi'sinK fficn . ; ir t-' er ft ww ! plandiuc; of t'- (im Pillow io,,,-, ,.,f lnu nit;-, (wul the n emliers are taking a special Interest In the case. rail. Stkvk Zkrkca V;uit tc st'i' vou wlirn von art - Lead, So. DAIv Michigan, flenrgc reports a pleasant trip cession Uon his black charger, as thev he could give the preference to this cilv, and U still content to call this city home. In tiHlay's issue appears the new advertisement of the furniture house of Hick-inson & May. This firm carries one of the best, and largest lines of house furnishing ware to be found In the Hills and If you are In need of such articles It will pay Hay, Grain, Chop, i.n search il WINES. LIQUORS. ORCICARS And if yea l uew his price on these goods, you would want to see him. I've Got IU You want It Let's Get Together. Yours for business STEVE gram Houses bought ;ind sold, money loaned general ina-irancp and notary public. Victor T. Jensen, Room 1, OofTnu A Andrews block. Lead. S. D. tf Henry'ii a;say office and laboratory is (x-:ifpl in the basement of Faust's n w block, I,oad, and he ia prepared to fill all orders in his line, tf Work of placing; the fixtures in the room in the Spargo block lo be occupied by ''ooldid;;' Hroe, will be commenced today. C. F. Kiitton. the carpenter, is doing the work. Alex. Itose makes a specialty of trees and shrubbery of any kind and size. " Cut flowers on hand. Orders solicited from all parts of the Hills. ...ain street. Lead. tf There is to be a big republican rally at ("lark's ranch, just beyond Eoglewood, next Saturday everfTnJ)T' There will be speakers there fromLead and Dcadwood. One of the workmen upon the Main atrexl sewer was struck in the back with a pick. inllictiiiK a deep gash of a couple of inches. It was an accident and happened by the two men working too close together. Feed, Flour, you to call and see what thev have before i i Elected Officers. Hose company No 1 held their reg-ular meeting Tuesday nlsht nt which the election of officers occurred. A general good time was hail, there being music and plenty of refreshments on hand. The . following are the names of the officers elected for the eneulng term: Foreman." Nick Treweek, Jr.: First Assistant Foreman, P. F. Kelly: Reronrl Asslntai Foreman, Owen FTannlgan: .Secretary. Star Warsen; Treasurer, J. F. Tetei Finance Committee, M. J. Harris, Tim Foley am) B. Zienart. Most of tnee elected succeeded themselves, which I an evidence of appreciation by the company of past official services. Wood aia Coal. DELIVERED PROMPT J.B. no CHEA UP I TO I dateJ LeBEAU GOODS The Black Hills Jeweler y" Should mi so to Dead- fJr od or J.iSAl. h-n vnnc uuy in Central for loss money. st&S fy expenses an- ln;lit and my customers reap the I . n fi t?t. w. Triea Order purchasing. Their store is located ne: to the Masonic Temple, Main street. Lend. T have a salve that will heat the world for piles, and if you don't believe it try It. Appfr to AVm. Torakin, Lead, So. Dak. H. Hallworth, of Hot Springs, where h- Is connected with Chase's Btore, is in Lead for a few days the guest of Edw. Rogers, manager of Chase's Lead dry goods store. Mr. Hallworth came up yesterday so as to be present at the Roosevelt reception: -f The report of the burning of the residence In Squaw cretk with all the personal effects of John Burke and family as. Riven in the Piomer-Times last Tuesday morning was absolutely correct. The Call awoke' last evening and denied the report, but the fact remains true, nevertheless. It dixjs seem as If they could get an Item correct after another paper has taken the trouble to correctly publish facts, after their reporter had taken the necessary precaution, of running it down. Don't make- yourself ridiculous, WiMie. ' ! Is Headquarters for BLACK HILLS GOLD JEWELRY Made up in any shape or style on the short 3st notice. Have been in business in Central since '78. MAIL ORDERS Write me Just what you want, want and I will quote you prices by return mail. References Any bank or mercantile house in the Hills. As we said before, they are mail, very mad. So much so that A. C. Potter told friend yeatenjay that they had tele-" graphed the committee that sent lr. Brobst, ""the great 'Chicago reform orator." into the Hills, supposedly for the purpose of makhyg pop' votes, that they had enongh "f jhlrn mni asked" that they canoeU,all hi further engagetiientsin qds section. That is too bad to fustrate Mark t Ilanna'g plans for a practical Joke upon ' the pope. - j DICKENSON & MAI FURKITuRE W carry an excellent line and make a specialty Side boards, China Closets and Fancy Rockers. Republican Appointments. The following appointments have been arranged lor republican speakers, subject to slight changes, as occasion may require: Martin and Burke. Rapid City, October 8. Stuugis, October 9. Belle Fourche, October 10. Spearflsh, October 11. Lead, October 12. Deadwood, October 13. Custer, October 15. Edgemont, October 18. Hot, Springs, October 17. Col. J. S. George. Englewood, October G. Col. George will be given other .dates, and it is expected that J, W, Fowler, TV. O. Rice, J. P. Wilson, Thomas E. Harvey and others will be heard .from frequently. Col. Lee Stover has been requested to visit the "Hills during the month. Wall Paper ; &i - oi, . 1 , Smoke Cuba's Choice union-made i cigar. Best Sc cigar in the market Picture Framing, DR. TODD. Physician and Surgeon FAWCETT BUILDING, No, 11 Mill Street. .LEAD, S. 0 This department is thoro in every particular, and is n charge " o. n. oione, an experienced undertaker and embai Harrison Telephone Res. J i: Stcre. PROFESSIONAL CALLS AND CONFINEMENTS ATTENDED. OFFICE SPECIALTIES. R. K; MORTON, I) ANTHONY TAUT Practice devoted exclus-'piv tn devoted exclusively to dis 44 Necessity is the 1 ii atii Sn-BtAMEIS. .Comforters' and . Kfnder Goqds. - eases of the Eye,.Ear Throat Reading Glasses end Glasses tor ihe Jtellef of Headache and Poor Vision, Accurately, Fitted. OFFICE IN FAL'ST BLOCK. ' (Over Dickenson's Drug Store.) OFFICE HOURS . 10 to'-la. m.' 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p. m. PHIM4EY, BECONDaKl AND TK TI AMY ST&QEb. "Venereal Diseases" In Their Most Malignant Forms. STRICTURE, RUPTURE AND PILES, RHEUMATISM, GRAVEL, KIDNEY AND BLADDER and Stoam -'iitr . tf T A TX SO. . 9 Mother of Invention." It cy5 the necessity for an honest, reliable blood purifier and tonic that brought into existence Hood's Sarsapa-rilla. It is a highly -concentrated extract prepared by a. combination; proportion .and process peculiar to itself and giving ti Hood's SarsaparilU unequalled curative power, Kumderfxd. record, of carta Has, truuli 6 Anuria.' Greatest Medicine, Rosy Cheeks " hi good huJi Mrtd rosy cheeks, (funks to Hooft StmparSL. buHJs , m ttp ' snd eaves doctor b&sV Miry A. Bark, East CUlr St bduntpolis. ba ZfcCtCi SaUafiatitta 69 cent good full weights, J0x4 Blankets for 60 cents. . "'; y t-:' " JW? Blankets extra heavy 90. , ' . - -." : - " $1.60 Blankets full 6rt weight $U0.' ' ; "' ' " J. v-v -' .;"'v:' -All :,Ouf ' Other Good viri " Proportion There is hardly a week goes by hut what a big special sale comes along ' and furnishes you with somi class , of , .- :r. c. '.. Goods AtHalfi Price, : It will be to your interest to Watch this space. . . - - i ; Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Bubo, Unnatural Losses, Sexual Weakness " and ' (mpotency In "Young and .' Middle aged Men. DISEASES EYe) EAfLt NOSE, throat; VUrlGS, LIVER) STOM. ACH, DYSPEPSIA AND BOWEL TROUBLES. NASAL CATARRH: Dr. Todd's original s scientific cure, , laoludint remedies- and treatment In ordinary cases $10 per month. ff f Office Consultation Free .ilrisiipanc s WHERE THEY SELL CFFP B saw SHarfr sassi m. m aasv m a? No. 5 East BJain Street, Btnit WIHcir Wrr lllrth Hi4rrtit1y only elhrrla to U w.ih Hoo4 t grpiill

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