The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on October 11, 1900 · Page 20
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 20

Lead, South Dakota
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Thursday, October 11, 1900
Page 20
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9 THURSDAY, OCinp.FR THE DAILY PIONEER-Tl.MES, DEAHWOOP, S. D. 1&00. M.J. Werthheimer&Bro. We Pledge Ourselves in Favor of 1 Our Fla.tfoi'ro- ' .-' and i." ut ois i ors from uiisMat'-inonts IProtej'lion Wo ;ir;n- neither :il vcrtiiii a rcil Sliiiihiei' nor .1 Litem K.n a i San-, lor ( arc r,-jiiiiiii to soil . THEFOUR-BUTTON zsJ SACK 'SUIT J,:; ST LB c - i ' FIRSTCLASS GOODS ' Koiuii'' wit i ! -i. In i '! ii hp i r I info- .j!i.i!':!iov, ; m1,, siiid oj ' 1 1; i-s.-i iii-h : ; lu- r-( 'la's ;i ,, i 1 1 u l: i . . - t:i x I'll 'iii v Free Trade Prohibition Red u c tion sit llio very ,t V EST 1.1 VIM J rJ:H."ES. Wo aio imi utr. i iii- on.iv ;ii or less ; uai, oust, fur i-v i ! 1m id i Mills a v;i v t ha t n .M n h;mt a n . fT r r " - oi I u N !r ; lia n . . st si lid nisi ki- i 1 1' -i i---. W o ii i not want to h un hu' '!'. lilt fikl inllTir- 1 ,! I .w i.n , i O V : I f l-W 'H'lli-h li ill , . . 1 1 i i , . . . It .. stun- ; I'sit , n'oii'i to T- I IT IT! Till" i MJ1 I - ' I I " I I I ' ' ;' , 1 t 1 ' I ' , , III ' ' I I i I I ' ' 'II f jui as wo advertise. (TjSiUJ I any as 10.11 voie jiieiiipBiy ! We are Offering tbe wrycW Prices oi Men and Boys Clothing! Hats. Cas SMrts anil Unflerwea Gloves, 5ocks Stockings, t Ladies, Misses, And Childrens '.aili.-s' F.'lm .ia. i.- ;.- vi rv !wesl T.. ;,! uiir uia!-thnt have Mild at J7 H will go a: rliis i-aii' fur ou!y $4.75. All Ov.r $10.0(i. $ll.d(i an.i $13..r.O. at only $9.50. All better ('oats and Capes arc reduced at the name rate Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Suits. 15 Suits made out of good quality homespun, at only $5.00. A better article, all-wool, at $7.20. This suit would be cheap at $12.00. Ladies' Outside Skirts. 25 Black Mohair Skirts at $1.20. 20 Black Cheviot Shirts at $2.70 All our $4.75, $5.00 and $5.50 Skirts go at only $3.75. We are offering the very closest prices on Ladies', Misses and children's underwear in all tho different qualities. Remember we will compete with any prices. FORi THEi BIG ANDgLITTLE FOLKS A8-rANl)IDATES for your jiatronnoi u,. lUr ZOELLNER BROS. CO pTHE! PIONEER CL0THIFRS:0F 1876, UNDERWEAR. . r. lre. DEADWOOD.S.D 647 tAIN STREET, Owe- can Maanaaagafiiifiatiinp1-' w-,w V v v n v vy N VA x -.v V J, THE We BUS H & GERTS Remember we will compete with any prices. Respectfully, M. J. WerMdmer & Bro. iff 1 Ijunw. j l ri.r o'- lz S5 rx7 Carry The Largest Line of Supplies All tho fruits and vegetables of the 1 1 . t :-1 1 i . I 1 :i a n'Hil .'(,' i:,;.. I; is i.m. lily 1 n ! I y 'Hi.- Mn, i'- Cuii.-'i i'-i;. . !!. !'.:i'ii-.-n lit." ' 1:1k" i::i . ; I'h.lii;,' 'I'll; n ' : 1 1 .,- i : !i ' , . . . - .i - - ir . :', moves i n 1 1 I if' 1 ;im 1 or imir,,! cloiiiai--s ;ind 1 1 ) ; ( -1 . sji! - irn:.i n:t,'' iliaia'l'i' That'. liar Kn-ky M ' ui i: i a : T' a wilt do. Ask vuar ilnni.,;. HORNBEHGER S CKRAM OF WHEAT FLOUR IS WITHOt'T A PEEIt THY IT. STANDARD CASH GROCERY 4S SHERMAN STRKET. Joe Lare, Frank Widner, Dave Brown, (Jeorge Short, and Georgo Weston, who left about ten days ac;o for a duck hunt, returned yesterday afternoon with nearly 200 of the beauties for which they went in quest. While gone the gentlemen visited Indian creek, Teas dams, the Roundont dams and Belle Fourche, at each place meeting with great success. SPIDER-LEG UNCOLORED JAPAN TEA. WITHOUT ANY WAR TAX ON IT AT STANDARD CASH GROCERY 48 SHERMAN STREET. THE CITY season at the lo test prices. Standard (jasn lirocery. . Carnations. Winter bloomers, very ) D. Smith handles nothing riot h, 'if t grade smithing coal. ESTEY PIANO for my family. i;,w-' . i; the only regular dealer at No. ' "'. by Bullock hotel. MISS HARVEY, teacher of piano. F-e,t references given. Studio 305 Adams block. fine, for sale at the Dead wood Green-1 house. A. Daniels. Cold weather is coming. A. C. Mor- ria fnur rinnra ahnva MattTihtmVi' ' Best on e'arth ioi rone, Touch and y -Durability. arneil hi thu wc-it i mi" Mln-ne-kah-ta water for the stomach. Try it tht king of 5 cent cigars Is the Tw Drphkns. Try one. tf Mln-ne-kah-ta water for kidney troubles. Try It. YOU CAN GO TO DENVER AND RETURN FOR ONE FARE ROUND TRIP VIA NORTHWESTERN LINE, OCTOBER 11TH. For School Lhiidrcn A ompleto anil wiihmit a " will black your stove, clean the pipe and put them. F. M. Ganti, D. D. 8. Modern Dentistry of all kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years o" experience. Rosenthal Block. FISHEL'S BAZAAR, i i i i i i j rK m. i m ',. Oysters! Oysters! Oysters! Served in any style, or sold by ! e coi. at Frazier's Vienna Bakery n street. tf Main Street, Deadwood si HAINES. haines. jRamov BEQININQ TUESDAY MORNING OCTOBER pTH, We Will Inaugurate a Clearing Sale Prior to Our Moving in the Waite Building. On Monday we ? will be closed all day, when our entire force will be busy marking down goods. All our uew fall stock included in this sale. As we were disappointed in not getting into our new building assoon as we expected. This compels us to ope n our new Fall Stock of Dry doods at the old , Sit. stand to be slaughtered regardless of value. This sacrifice is made in order to reduce our stock and move as few goods as possible to the new building. Remember this disappointment on our part means two cars of fresh merchandise thrown before you at a big reduction. Come and see what our new stock looks like and how cheap y on canuy Dry Goods, Carpets, Rugs, Suits, , Capes, A ; Furs and Shoes: ' v" --. " -h , , - x : ' . J- This is a CASH SALE, and no, credit will be ' ertened. bo bring . yW pockeitWok s with you and do your shopping for the winter - 'kVMiiitiim-iitVVM'.k 9 DEADWOOD: s. o: INCORPORATED. at a big saving

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