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October 10, 1900

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

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(-1 The Lead Daily PioNEER-TiriEs. 25th YEAR. LEAD, S. D. (BLACK HILLS), WKIXEKIAY, OCTOItEK J0,l!0O. EACH DEPARTMENT OF OL'R WO RK IS IX CHARGE OF A SPECIALIST. Republican Appointments. The following appointments have been arranged ior republican speakers, subject to slight changes, as occasion may require: Martin and Burke. Belle Fourche, October 10. High Grade Photographs 1 Minnir nniwri at Hnmf Big Invite: Brick Store Your Inspection of 1 IVIU1VJ UtllVU iii JLXUlllV -AT CHICAGO PRICES Deadwood, October i. Lead, October 12. Spearfish, October 15. Custer, October 15. Edgemont, October 16. Hot Springs, October 17. Col. George win be given other dates, and it is expected that J. W. Fowler, W. G. Rice, J. P. Wilson-, Thomas E. Harvey and others will-be heard from frequently. Col. Lee BLACK HILLi PORTRAIT COMPANY I Their Very Complete Line No. 6 East MAIN ST., LEAD, S. D. Stover has been requested to visit the TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY. Fall and Winter was taken from yesterday morning's Pioneer-Times, twelve hour "afterwards. Hut we cannot blame that paper much for being sore, lor it has not enterprise enough to gather the real local news oi the city and lias to depend upon this paper for the great season. A hot game is expected as both teams are in hard training for th coming game. The Deadwood boys will be accompanied by the High school girls and they will see that tile boys do not get the worst of it. Captain Martin of the Deadwood team informs us that his team is in good Knights of Pythias and Families Do Honor to the Occasion. Last evening at their luile rooms in the Miner's Union lilot-k. Dakota Lodge No. li. K. of I'., celelirated the Hills during the month. Col. James A. George. I Rochford, October 10. Hill City, October 11. Keystone. October Pringle, October 13. Buffalo Gap. October 15. Fairbiirn, October lt. Hermosa. October 17. Blackhawk, October IS. Piedmont, October 19. Tilford. October 20. Hon. T. E. Harvey and Hon. J. W. Fowler, twentieth anniversary of this lodg Invitations had been extended to the DRY GOOD: Rathfoone Sisters lodge and to the fam er portion of the few items of its news, local and telegraph. "People who live in glass houses should not nirow stones.'' o shape and they, of course, expect to win. The Deadwood High school team will be managed by Prof. Hedge. The game will be played in twenty minute halves, and will be called at 2 p. m. sharp. Everybody should go ilies of all Knights, as well as to Knights from other lodges, and the CLOTHING Smoke Cuba's ( hoice. union made attendance made it evident that the invitations were pretty generally ac Beaver Creek School House, Octo cigar. Best Gc cigar in the market. cepted. The evening's program open ber 13. Hon. W. G. Rice and Hon. J. P. Wilson. Nemo, October lj. MILLINERY and see this contest and help the boys along. The Lead boys say they have all the idle carpenters in town making stretchers on which to carry the Deadwood lads home. o Jerome Frank, who has been working in the Homestake. left for Colorado last evening. If you are looking for a swnl smoke sk for rhamison's MONARCH strictly union iti.ide cis?ir. Factory In May block, Lead. Meeting of Republican Cluu. There will be a meeting of the re-Publican club of Lead this evening at ed with a selection by the K. of P. band and an address of welcome by John D. Carroll. Frank Abt, Sr.. then responded in an interesting talk upon the good and welfare of the order, and In his remarks reviewed the progress that has been made in the past twenty years, all of which was appropriate and interesting upon this occasion. Then followed a well rendered musical' and literary program in which many of the best local talent took part . After this portion of the evening's program, dancing was the prevailing pastime to the music of the K. o That Joyful Feeling, With the ehilaTatlng sense of renewpil health and strength and Internal cleanliness, which follows the use of Syrup of Figs, Is unknown to the few who have not progressed beyond the old-time medicines and the cheap substitutes sometime? offered but never accepted by the vell- Informed. Buy the genuine. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. their headquarters in the Miners Union block. Matters of Importance James llelaney will leave .this morning for Streator. Illinois, where he will visit for a couple of weeks. Alex. Rose makes a specialty of trees and shrubbery of any kind and size. Cut flowers on hand. Orders cloaks, imi aid mm. jinaiiMiamSg are to be arranged and a good attendance of members is requested. o Houses bought and sold, money loaned, general Insurance and notary "public. Victor T. Jepsen, Room 1, Cottou & Andrews block. Lead. S. D. tf solicited from all parts of the Hills. .iain street, Lead. tf Dr. Jay Smith of Terry is much elated the past couple of days over the safe arrival of a babv bov at his I i l r m i i -m v-" '''li,:;,' i, feii!'.' '"J y u "III! IM - Lead, So. DaKT of P. orchestra, In which all, old and young, joined in enjoying themselves. Abe Fink had charge of the preparation of the banquet, and tables In an adjoining room were spread with a choice selection of eatables, to which justice was duly rendered. Dakota Lodge No. 6 was organized (twenty years ago last night in this city. Up to this time only two Knights . of Pythias belonged to the order then in Deadwood. and they were Frank Abt, Sr.. and Mr. Marshman. They ' determined to organize a lodge In Lead, and in accordance, these two JULIUS' RESORT. Business Men's Lunches at noon a 4oeclalty. Julius -nmen'3 beer hall is conveniently tocated 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 ate Invited to call. 9-18-tf DICKINSON & MAY FUBNITURE CO. Then and Now. Mr. J. C. Jones, better know as "Dirty Shirt." who is now working on the Pioneer-Times, surprised the boys of Lead this morning by his presence in the' city. He certainly was looking a little off, for he wore a boiled shirt, clean collar, new shave and a good suit of clothes. Call. It was a few months ago when Mr. Jones was employed as foreman on the Call that he went under the caption of "Dirty Shirt." but how different now as an employe of the Pioneer-Times boiled shirt, clean collar, clean shave and a good suit of clothes. Birds of a featner flock together. Union wages and Sure pay in cash make a different man. We carry an excellent line and make a specialty of Sideboards, China Closets, , Rocker Millinery Wall Paper, Picture Framing, OHENING. gentlemen with E. Faust. F. Bernstein and James Burns, all former members of the K. of P. order, organized, and by admitting Louis May nd Richard Cullom, they were the original founders of this order. At tljeir following meeting they Initiated , .twenty-five candidates, making twenty-eight members to start off with. Prom that time they commenced to prosper and have increased in membership until they today have 141 members and stand as the banner K. of P. lodge of South Dakota. They are among the best lodges of the city 'and the good they have done in these years Is great and many a brother This department is thoro in every particular, and is in charge of home. All concerned doing well, and cigars are in order. "Cuba's Choice" is famous for its Plegant flavor 5c. Ask your dealer. Mrs. John Tegarty and mother, Mrs. Boest. left yesterday for Cleveland, Ohio, the liome of Mrs. Boest. . Mrs. Tegarty will visit for a couple of months. For Sale of Lease. Two hoisting plants. For particulars call on Emil Faust. Lead. 10-8-lw Bert Kakins, who has been in Lead the past three days visiting friends, will leave on this morning's Burlington train for Denver, and thence for his home at Los Angeles, Cal. O. V. Huiiburt, who had charge of the freight department of the Fort Pierre and resigned and left Lead some two years ago, has returned and is helping out during the absence of Robert Tackabury in New York. 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 mechannical skill is necessary to insure a successful completion, tf A party composed .of Viuior Jepsen. Karl Dennis. J. C. Crans, Harry Oc-cleston and George Foglesong are expecting to leave on this evening's Elkhorn for Wood Lake, Neb. From here they take teams and drive some distance, where they will spend a week" hunting. Henry Scho.tze'a assay office and la-' boratory is located in the basement of Faust's new block, Icad, and he Is prepared to fill all orders in his line, ft President Boyce of the Western B. R. Stone, an experienced Harrison Telephone Res. 298; Store, 227. Underta ker and Em I have a salvo that will beat this world for piles, and if you don't believe it. try It. Apply to William Tonkin. Lead. S. D. lm 0 The Call's Grievance. The Call last evening attempted to roast the Pioneer-Times, claiming that this paper had used a local article appearing in that paper previously. l DR. TODD, ANTHONY TRAUT and his family have blessed the day that thev came under the protecting ' PRACTICAL Pi . v. . . ...... i Physieiaii and Surgeon 2 wing of this order which is1 ever on , The attempt at roasting would have . i ... A ...... i . A i ...... i. i. .. . .. . i : , . . i. . . ... . i . . r FAWCETT BUILDING, j ueen amusing iu ine it iraucn ui Sti-an; r:iHer S-J. DAK and LEAD. UH? alcl L tu aeniL a uiuoiri m iuue depending; upon him when he Is in need and trouble. Of the original No. 11 Mill Street. LEAD. S. D PROFESSIONAL CALLS AND CON FINEMENTS ATTENDED. OFFICE SPECIALTIES. o o that sheet had they been consistent iu their writings, bin following immediately -tne lines in which they criticised this paper they republish word for word a third of a column the very item which brought forth the roast, and that was the only interesting and newsy local item they had In their sheet. The Pioneer-Times published it yesterday morning, twelve hours before the Call. And again, speaking of stealing, in the adjoining column the Call printed the telegraph news, and every item of their telegraph SyBffiiti EM Pois r organizers of this lodge, only three have remained and they are Frank Abt, Sr., Ruchard Cullom of Lead, and Pink Cohen, a member of the firm of Cohen, Gumblner & Co.. whose residence Is In Chicago, hut he continues to hold his' membership here. ' ' Football. The pigskin will be contested for next Saturday afternoon on the Lead City gridiron for the first time this R. k! MORTON, M, D. Practice devoted e luf ely to di-easHS of tbe Eye, Ear Throat Rsaiiin? Glasses ; ti.i (Hisses tor the Helief of Heail.H .'.e and Poor Vision, Accurately l-'itfH. OFFICE IN FAUST W.0CK. (Over Dickenson's r ru s Store.) OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 an. I ( to 9 P-tt You are respectfully invited to attend and view the swellest effects in PRIMARY, SECONDAR'i AND TEK TIAHY hT40Eb.V "Venereal Diseases" In Their Most Malignant Forms. STRICTURE, RUPTURE AND PILES, RHEUMATISM, GRAVEL, KIDNEY AND BLADDER Federation of Labor, delivered an ad- FALL dres sat the Miner's Union hall, Lead ne hall had' been handsomely dec orated for the meeting and a large ; r Satur dayOct. 13 J crowd was in attendance. Steve Zkkhga Millirery W. E. Joslin has sold his interest In the barber shop on Mill street con ducted by himself and Fred Brunger Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Bubo, Unnatural Losses, Sexual Weakness and Impotency in "'Young and Middls aged Men. to the latter gentleman, who Will con tinue the business. Fred is a popu lar young man and his shop is enjoy SALE ON HOSIERY, ing a good share of the business In AT" HENRY MO HEIM'S Wants to see you win n vou are in scare li "t WINES. LIQUORS. ORCICARS And if yoa knew his price on tfl vim this line. DISEASES OF EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, LUNGS, LIVER, 8T0M-ACH, DYSPEPSIA AND BOWEL TROUBLES. BIG REDUCTION. A neighborhood row was given due prominence in police court yesterday afternoon. Mrs.' Scanlon had a young NASAL CATARRH: Dr. Todrt'. eoods, you would want to see un son of a neighbor, Mrs. Carpella, arrested upon the charge of striking one of her children upon the head with a atone. After hearing both sides, FOR ONE DAY. original scientific cure, Including I'v6 Got It! Yd U want It remedies and treatment in ordinary 1 'r . . . m.f ViPr cases $10 per month. Let s Get Togetner. , Consultation Free. Yours for business STEVE. Lm p. Bailor, M. D.. . , . J. L. Each, M. D. DRS. BAILOR A ESCH. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty. sJ Glasses Acurately Fitted. ' Office No. 1U Main St. Judge Walsh reprimanded the young sters and sent them home, advising Ladies and Children's 15c ho:o for 10c , Ladles' 20c hot for 12c . , J 7 Ladles' 25c hose, pair for 60c , - " - : , Ladies' and Children's good Wcol K'im for 20c ..wv Ladies' 50c Casslmere and laxony Hoss for 35c. and; Aobidenf Our entire lino of Women's, Cluidren and Men's Hosiery at prices! Dryinjr preparations simply derel op dry catarrh tliay dry up th acretiox;a, which adhere to the membrane and deeooe." pose, earning a.far more tenons trouble t: aa the ordinary form of catarrh. Aroid all j-ing inhalants, fames, smokes and an: ' and use that which cleanses, soothes i I heals. Ely's Cream Balm is such a remi ' and will cure catarrh or cold in the hi 1 easily and pleasantly. A trial size trill -j equally low for this day. them not to let It happen again. i . 0 '. Lunch Counter. At , the Derby lunch counter, In charge of Overton Wagner, meals and special orders are served at reasonable prices, dar and night Tfernej Berry's place,' Main street. Lead.; tf ' '' ' 9 .' .. . . . '. . ; V Monuments. ' , .George J. 8nyder has the agency for Kimball Broa, the monument fjnn of Lincoln that has erected so many stoher-rn-tte-Hnis, Those In wait tm do wen by calling at No. 17 Gold street.'' or addressing Lock Box 655, Lead. 8. D.- TM lm Ir: Insupance.. WHERE THEY SEIL CHEAP win ior iu cnu. Ail uraggisu sell a 60c. size. Ely Brothers, 66 Warren 8t, U: i. - The Balm cures without pain, doe r.t Irritate or cense eneezin& . It spreads ' 1 y - J I, II PB WW W "." THEO. E, GESKEY. Orer aa irritated and angry surface. 7. East riain Street, 5 Ing immediately the painful ir.- o. With Ely's Cream Balm yoa cTTsd I Loadrr ooiitli 3Da-ls.ota against Kawl Catarrh and Hay Ferer. -N

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