The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on October 7, 1900 · Page 6
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 6

Lead, South Dakota
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Sunday, October 7, 1900
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P 1 0 N EE RTin E5 The Daily liEAD .'r-- f.. 25th YEAR. LEAD, .S. D. (BLACK II I LLS ), S I : X I A Y, T I K I ! 7, 1 !((. FIVE CENTS. - j EACfl DEPARTMEOT OP OUR WORK IS IN CHARUK OK A SPECIALIST. I have a salve that Will beat this world for piles, and if . you don't be lieve it. try it. Apply to William Ton kin. Lead. H. D. lin nigh Grade Photogr Jbi brick Store Pictures Enlarged Invites Your Inspection of -AT CHICAGO PRICES IBLACK HILL PORTRAIT COMPANY : Their Very Complete Line aVasssasswvac?, !?.tA5s;w;si'?.t.sss T 1 IT ) 1 T T T . rail and Winter DRY GOODi., CLOTHING. THE GOLDEN STAR CLUB. Preparing to Open Their New Quar ters With a Grand Ball The directors of the Golden Star thib are very busy days in look lng after the affairs of the club. At no Kreat distant date, the quarters of this organization win be moved to the new Spariro bloi k. of which they will occupy the entire second floor fur club rooms ,and the bath rooms will be located in the basement. The ti'v quarters will be furnished elegantly, and will easily eclipse any like organization this side of Omaha. The furniture will all be upholstered in leather and the draperies will be of the best. In the center of the ceiling of the large entertainment room there has been designed a hum' star of incandescent lights. The design is emblematic of the club, and when lighted at night anil the golden balls CL0AB7 SIMS T T W W -v . . XIII I j i'l 1 Lt 1 i N irx i CT--ARllSHFr 1576 AI1M ITS JT 1 Qualities mm -sis imiLi Lead, So. DaKT"?- of fire beam forth radiantly, it will he a grand sight. In this room there are nearly a hundred incandescent lights. In all of the details of the new quarters the directors are earn- O est in the determination to have club rooms that will be unexcelled in this section for a great many years to come and at the same time prove a source of comfort and pride to the ! members. The club has now 185 members in good standing, and as there can only be taken in as members under the article sof incorpora-bers under the articles of incorporation to the number of two hundred. ,' the membership list will ' weeks. , On the date of the formal opening DICKENSON & MAY FHRNfllf! fill We carry an excellent line and make a specialty of bideboards, China Closets. .Rocker aphs at Home D. 8?aww?!r Smoke Cuba's cigar. Best fx- Mrs. Sanford. will leave todav Choice, union-made cigar in the market, milliner at Berger's. for a few days' visit at Alliance. Neb. Mr. "Buckholt and partner. Mr. Green, mining men from Castle creek, were in Lead yesterday. A baby girl was born to the wife of Frank Lewis of Lead. All concerned are doing nil ely. Herbert Barker, who ha I.. in visiting in the east for the past four wei.ks. is expected to arrive honii- loda... ! If Villi ;i:v IcH,klll n-k fei" I 'h.imj-oii' I uiiiui: in. i'i' i r. i i.. ...i. j liert L'akiti o I law of Georiic lie LeaVI this inoinili: the familv of Mr. ! fur a u s MiK !-'d'-!o;-y i:i i 1 i; ri. : M... Los Ang.-l.-. son in niei'. will arrive in : for a short visit in Heemer. Henry Schnaze's assay office and laboratory is located in the basement of Faust's new block, ICad, and he Is pre pared to fill all orders in his line, tf II. C. Toenges. who left Lead last spring for Cape Nome, is now in Seattle, en route home. Mr. Toenges was formerly one of the carpenters with the Homestake. H. L. Hay ward of St. Louis, is here in the interest of a new secret benevolent association called the Royal Mystic Tie. He expects to organize a lodge in Lead this week. Tuesday evening President Boyce will deliver a public lecture to laboring men on the labor question. Ladies are especially accorded an invitation to be present at this meeting. President ' Boyce of the Western Federation of Miners, will address the Lead City Miners' I'nion at their regular meeting on Monday evening.AU union men are cordially invited to be present. I. H. Chase at his Lead store, will make a special sale upon hosiery next Saturday. If you are in need of anything in this line, wait and take advantage of the special prices. Read what he has to say in his regular space next week. Carl Moberg. contractor and builder, moves and raises buildings and builds houses on the installment plan. The public are welcome to get estimates, and he makes a specialty of undertakings where mecUannieal skill is nec essary to insure a successful completion, tf Theo. Geskey, James Cusick, W. A. Itinehart. .lack Gallagher, a. McKin-ney, Arthur Monahan and A. C. Potter was the personnel of a party that drove over to Speartish yesterday afternoon to be present at a meeting of the fusionists helu in that city last evening. t 4 Henry Monheim, the enterprising dry goods merchant of Lead, announces his fall and winter millinery opening in hi3 advertising space, in today's issue. These miiiinery openings have become favorites with the ladies and they are always glau when the season commences, for here they are sure to find an up-todate and stylish millinery line. The room on Bleeker street to be vacated' y-xlidge Brothers will be occupied by McKinley the grocer. The present McKinney quarters will be divided. The rear part of the room will beoccupied by Brocks & Alsop, who will connect by catting an arch thru the partition. The front part of the room will be occupied by the Star bakery. A , Services at the Methodist church next Sunday as follows: Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching services at 11 a. m.; Junior League at ... Epworth League at 6:45, evening services at 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday- erening :30.- Topic, ;Stepping Stouc3 In t'.-- -Mough of Despond." ' . . Andrew Rosewater V.'t for Omaha last erening, after .. .."' lag a couple of days ln-Lad upon l uainess connected with tle- work upon the sewer: He reports aii work as progressing satisfactorily, and rapidly. The contractors can easily complete the work within the 1 time- 4i-eed npon by the tenni o no contract The main sewers will: be BnlshoJ by the first of next year and the icany branch lines along the Bide street -will be easily finished by or before the Jrst of August next, which is the date within the contract that the entire sewer system Is to be finished. Mr: Rosewater expects to return. to Lead again next month.: ! '.- , ' J Alex. Rose make? 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, Lea.J. tf Houses bought and sold, money loan ed, general insurance a ad notary public. Victor T. Jepsen, Room 1, Cotton & Andrews block. Lead. S. D. tf J hree of Matt Klopp s boys, accom panied by another youngster, made up their minds to go out to the Home-stake pumping station the other day where Mr. Klopp has charge of the boarding department. They started in the forenoon and arrived at the station, a distance of about fifteen miles, in the middle of the forenoon. The boys had run away from home. and Mr. Klopp was determined to teach them a lesson, so after giving them their dinner, he started them back for Lead. After traveling a couple of miles tney met a rancher, and after putting up a pretty good talk, they were given a night's lodging, and the next morning set out for home, arriving pretty well tired out. and glad In get ha. I-: home, but not eiifiiviv ili.-rnuraged with a Inn's am bition of running away from their pa- : . i, I ;i I mm.; Lunch Counter. At the I)rby lunch counter, in charge of Ov.?rton Wagner, meals and special orders are served at reasonable prices, dav and night. TicrneX & Berry's place. Main street, Lead, tf JULIUS' RESORT. Business Men's Lunches at noon a oeclalty. Julius -nmen's beer hall Is conveniently lorated in the basement beneath 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 good as mother used to cook."The famous Anheuser-Busch beer constantly on tap. A quiet, orderly, up-to-date German beer hall. Visitors from the surrounding country, as well as citizens generally of Lead are Invited to call. 9-18-tf A Good Band. Pioneer-Times: Well, we had plenty of music today. I was never more surprised than I was to hear the "He-publican Bsnd of Terry." Terry hand Is a credit to every town. I should say every man knew his part. The bass anil the seconds could hardly be improved upon. Terry ought to feel proud of her band. It is a good band as far as 1 can judge. MCS1C TKACHElt. Lead. October 4. Millinery 0HENING. o You are respectfully invited 'to attend and view the Swellest effects in FALL Millirery AT-"" HENRY IMOMIEIM'S L. D. Bailor, M. D J. I Esch, M. D. DR3. BAILOR A ESCH Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty. Glasses Acurately Fitted. Office No. 119 Main St t YEARS IN THE BLACiV HILLS ri.B IZXIABLT KXOWX AS III .Old King Brewer., . been a resident oi CENTRAL for all these years and Is still at the , same , old atand Who? . . Why, Heory RosnkraoU of course). CENTRAL, t ' ..So. Dak awaaai. w a 1 uiiiu. every particular, and is in charge No. 6 East MAIN ST., LEAD, S. tinned until the small hours of the morning: The occasion was one of a regular series of entertainments for which this order is famous, and it is needless to state that it was well attended, and that a good time was enjoyed by those fortunate enough to be present. The members Of the order gathered at the lodge room, where a number of new members were innitiated into the mysteries ol the camp, and after the regular work was finished, they ad journed to the t-ociety ha I wbeie the invited guests were assembled, and the program was rendered, which con isted of a dialogue by a number of Utile girls illustrating the benefits of the oriler. readings bv .Miss lloiigli. Miss ('onuiff. am1 .Miss Webster: sunt;. Mrs. liert f'oolidge. and a jig dance by Mrs. Carroll, followed by refreshments, and then dancing to music of m orchestra selected from those pres ent. This is the first dancing nartv that has been give in Society hall since the new floor was laid, and many were the comments on the improvement from those who are regular attendants at the different dances given in this ajarc. 0 Celebrated Her Birthday. Last Friday was Grandma Dickinson's 71st birthday, and the members of her family joined in celebrating the occasion in a royal good manner. There are six of grandma's children living in Lead, viz.: Dr. D. K. Dickinson. William K. Dickinson and Charles Dickinson, Mrs. J. W. Gibbs, Mrs. H. P. Lorey and Mrs. J. W. Free man. These, with their familes were all present and gathered in a sort of family reunion at the home of J. W. Gibbs in the evening and pisesd a few merry hours, in which Grandma posed as the central figure. She took active part in the games and led in the cotillion, despite the fact that she has passed nearly three-fourths of a century. There were many pretty and aprpopriate presents made y her children and grandchildren as reminiscences of a very pleasant day passed upon her 71st birthday. At First Baptist Church Today. Mrs. Womeldorf will use for a morning theme, "A Faithful God;" for the evening theme. "Three Views." At the morning service. Mrs. B. C. Yates will sing the beautiful contralto solo "Cast Thy Bread Upon the Waters." In the evening the choir will render the anthem." "Hear Our Prayer." and the Century quartet will givy one of their best selections. The choir will have the valuable addition of Mrs. I. R. Crow's soprano voice. Evening service begins at 7:30 instead of at 8. All are welcome. ' 0 ' Harry Billings returned home on Friday night's belated Burlington, after an absence of nearly six months. He has spent most of his time at Cedar Rapids, la., where he attended a business college. He expects to remain in Lead. with some class of m r ' -U --L- mis space. WHERE THEY, SELL 7CHEJP, I I 1 of the new quarters there will be given one of the finest balls that has (.r hag ever taken place in the Black 'Hills. It Is intended to be a social J function that has not yet been equaled ! In this country since its population by the whites twenty-five years ago. Invitations will be issued to a limited , number in this and surrounding cities. Cut flowers will be furnished to' ' " t ill present by tne club as well as a ; banquet to be prepared upon a grand t scale. . r- The club has gone to a great ex pense In furnishing their new quar- ters and with an additional expense of giving the ball it will be a heavy load for the members to support, and tne directors have decided therefore, l that a charge of five dollars will be made for each ticket. This is not unreasonable, when it Is remembered that this amount Includes everything cut flowers, refreshments banquet, . . etc. This event, however, will not take . plac before the latter part of " next month or first of December, as It will be about that time before the , new quarters will be ready for them. luiiUi auu jjiuuuiiii ' f .. , v Royal Neighbors Entertain. Wall Paper, Harrison Telephon Res. 298; Store, 227. DR. TODD, Physieiaii and Surgeon FAWCETT BUILDING, No. 11 Mill Street. LEAD, S. D PROFESSIONAL CALLS AND CONFINEMENTS ATTENDED. OFFICE SPECIALTIES. Hit; uioofi Usui PRIMARY, SECONDARY AND TEK TIARY BTAOEb. "Venereal Diseases" In Their Most Malignant Forms. STRICTURE, RUPTURE AND PILES, RHEUMATISM, GRAVEL, KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Bubo, Unnatural Losses, Sexual Weakness "and Impotency in '"Young and Middle aged Men. DISEASES 6F EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, LUNGS, LIVER, STOM-ACH, DYSPEPSIA AND BOWEL TROUBLES. NASAL CATARRH: Dr. Todd's original scientific cure, Including remedies and treatment In ordinary cases $10 per month. Consultation Free. a This department is thoro in uiiuui. ' Friday evening, the members of Banner Camp No. 256, Royal Neighbors of America, entertained the -members of the order, and the Modern Woodmen, In Society hall with a choice literary and musical program, followed by, .dancing-which was con- ANTHONY TRAUT PRACTICAL Mil and Steam pitter LUAn Sj. DAI ft Kr MORTON .M D f .1 ,-..l,.r"TfllT tfl pas3 of the ! R.irtin. f?i!iRs,.s mi Classes Of nnd Poof i iih nni ii til iii'iiiii.i in Vision, Accurately Fitted. - OFFICE IN FAUST BLOCK-(Over Dickenson's Drug Store.) 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 anu o ' Steve Xereca ii auts luat'; i"" ....... in search of WINES. I lOUORS. op CIGARS And If yoa knew his price on tie hia goods, von would want I've G t It! You want It T .t'- .'int Toeether. Yours for business Eye, Ear r Throat Isafcurday Qet. 6,1 ITSA SALE On BLAMES. ; t Comforters and Kinder Goods. cent '"J good full weights, 10x4 B lankets for 60 cents. 11.25 Blankets extra heavy 90, . ;. ' , $1.50 Blankets full 61b weight fL10. AH, Our Other Good iti Proportion. There is hardly a week goes by bat what a big special sale comes along Fire ,',11 aid furnishes you. f t, :;mi .ft i Qoods AtHalf Price. Xaife arici Acc vJnsui?ane It will Jw to your interest to watch ' East Main Street, THEO, E. GESr Y, ' T.Aflll ' ' CtU. iTU' ' r lr otfl

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