The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on October 13, 1900 · Page 8
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October 13, 1900

The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 8

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1 ..,1,1 1 ' SATURDAY, OCTOBER THE DAILY ri 02s E E R-f I M E S, DEADTV'OOD, S. D. We Pledge Ourselves in Favor of ! QiirPlatfonn - ix uru. a un;UFui...-.P.D lYi. a. vv erumieiJiicr and i f Customer from oin misstatements We a r;u neither advertising a great Slaughter nor a great Kemuval Sale, but wt are preparing to sell IS 1 JHE FOUR BUTTON SACK SUIT I 7YLS , - - . . J W I,,!- lClli'lH' MM II lie M,.,. ProfBS'lioii Free Trade -Prohibition Who does must !. !!,., M0,W F I RST-C L ASS G 00 DS iiti J i : ml' ;'. if i, :ia 1 1 1 ' . .Did ljtl'CSi i l! ! - 1 1 1 I he 1 '' j '1'''- 1! m 1 1 ': : 1 . s : l: 1 ' i 'a : .. if .- r ; i ; 1 1 . tM-rs I-1 Reduction 1 8 ixm sm at thf vi-ry I.iiWKST I.IVlNti I'KK'KS. Wo an- not nfl'i-riim -,..,, ni oM. for - i i 1 k . ! full; ;i wan- that u Mi ri-hnnt - .it ("!' -i-t !! l: " i -- !..r ! ;i ml ma ,c c f -1 ( - . i ! ' in it want in li iiji 1 j - j 1 Tlic I'm lulling pi ii i v , in i n ! a l' u ; ) i ! i . ! . - , ; ! 1 , , i u, i r s 1 1 i i . - ; !;a r ; just a u advertise. ; Buy yp.ii Vole Iiiiiii ! We are Ofrnngi vfryctei Fritts oh I.aili. -' ' new. ' -that w-.. ill s;ii i,i Men and Boys Clothing! S4:7S 9,50 All Over $1im" $13. TA at only Hats. is "Sbirls and Under wea Gloves, Socks Stockings FOP 1 HEi BIG ANDQLITTLE FOLKS. ASr.MHIATKSfr vur I'lilr-'iiiiv v. u" Ladies, Misses, And Childrens; All better Coats and Capos are reduced at the same rate Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Suits. ir Suits maile out of good quality homespun, at onlv A better article all-wool' at $7.20. This suit would lie rhoap at $12.00 ZOfiLlNER BROS. CO. Ladies' Outside Skirts. 5 Black Mohair Sl.iit.i at $.90 20 Illaik Cheviot Skirts yt $2 . 70 ' i.IIIE! JMOrNEEirCLLlHIH! CP I 8 t ; v I I ' - M I Is' I UNDERWEAR All ofir $1. Skirts fro no and $5 30 iiil S3 75 N " N" N N N Tht Remember prices. we will compete with Respectfully, BUSH ot GERTS T.i: i : ;i ! M. J. Wcrthhcimer & Bro. i and Marl: ;.oi ; 1 r'-l.i i He - , l;a i i t . ! That -- wli.it I'.iK-ky Moimt;-iii '! .-i wnl lo. ..... a -r. i,;ir I'nuiii-'. DON'T OVERLOOK the i.t;hi I ih We Carry The L Largest Line of Supplies I - , . II ' lHHMnHM nmrnranwi runnui nuit Mi iiimirii n nil in urn hiiiii iiinm i in 1 1 n u.j JlUilS.'JJMyjJ ; I'lay o; Kail Millinny at A k -j m.i n n 's ; Kvcr tldni: will he in ivaditn-.s mil ! Momliy nioi niiiL' (((toiler l.'ih. Call! THE CITY U. Smith handles nothing i.,,r. :h ijrade smithing coal. All tho fruita and vegetables o the , season at the lo est prices, Standard Cafh Grocery. i in and inspect the new fall style.:. ;:t A largo consignment of new Fall . .Millinery is heinu; unpa' ked at Acker- Carnations. Wnter bloomers, very1 rmm tor my ianniy. i .w De.st on earth xoi l'one, Touch and Durability. arried in ilic wr-i 1 For School Children fine, for sale at tho Deadwood Green-! ' v ls the onIv regular dealei n No. house. A. Daniels. ""'! bv Bullock hotel. Cold weather is coming. A. C. Mor- t Mlss HARVEY, teacher m piano, rls, four doors above Hattenbarh's, j '": t references given. Ktud'o lor, will black your stove, clean the pipe i ,L"i'i!1-'i block, and put them. 1 I o : F. M. Gantz, D. D. S. Modern Den- Oysters! Oysters! Oysters! Ustry ofali kinds. Gas administered. 'rt rved in any style, or sold li e Eighteen years o experience. Rosen- i at Frazier's ienna Bakery ..Mian thai Block. mi . t. - . - Mln-ne-kah-ta water for the stomach. Try it "THE NORTHWESTERN LlNE" is the short line between DEADWOOD and SIOU CITY, SIOUX PALLS, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and DULUTH. Please bear this in mind. Th king of 6 cent cigars is the Tw Orphans. Try one. tf Min-ne-kah-ta water for kidney trou bles. Try it. (inipli'tx :ind wiilinu: mann's and will he in readiness fori public inspection on Monday morn hut, October l.'th. Don't fail to cull and' see the latest things in the millinery! world. Styles dired from Chtr-anoi and New York City. j SPIDKR-LEG UNCOLOR?:D JA-' PAN TEA, WITHOUT ANY WAR ' TAX ON IT AT ST AND Ail D CASH GROCERY 4S SHERMAN STREET. FISHEL'S BAZAAR, Main Street. Poadvrood : , , v 'a:v v v: v .x.. a n v HAINES. HAINES Is . The Great Money Saving Event . Of The Ye We are having a Clearing Sale Prior to Our Moying in the Waite Building. This sale will continue as long as avc are ;it t he old stand", so U'member i his, that aujthiug v u will mcd for the winter, we can save v n money. Come while the stock is fresh and the a ssortnient good. All our new Fall Stock is ii luded in this sale. ' As 'we 'were disappointed in not getting into our new building as soon as we expected. This compels us to ope n iir new Fall Stock of Dry Uuuds at the old . stand to be slaughtered regardless of value. . -Tbig sacrifice is made in order to reduce our stofk and move as few goods as possible to, the new buiklim-. Eemember this disappointment on our p-art means two caTs of fresh merchandise thrown before you at a hi- rod-.n tion. (nine and see what our new stock looks like and how ehfrap y ou can buy Dry Goods, Carpets, Rugs, Suits, Jackets, Capes, V. Shoes r ups ana This is a CASH SALE, and no crelit will be extended, sc bring youi pxcketbook s with you and do your shopping for the winter at.a big saving t to DEADWOOD; S. D. INCORPORATED. 4 , t 1

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