The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on October 26, 1900 · Page 6
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October 26, 1900

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

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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tines. 25th YEAH. LEAD, S. D. (BLACK HILLS), FRIDAY, (XJTOIJEK 2G, 1900. sviAWiVAWAVA! tvnwvM'rtWrtiM(WM r?4yjuu&ruUTuz&r?& 7 EACH DEl'AKTMKNT OF OCR WORK IS IN CilAUGK OK A SPECIALIST. $ SEniANNUAL 4 4 4 Monuments. fJeorge J. Suyder bas the agency lor Kimball Bros., the monument tlrm of Lincoln thit has erec ted so many stones in the Hills. Those In want will do well oy calling at No. Zl Gold si n et, or addressing Lock Box 655, Lead, S. D. 7 2 lm FALL AND WINTER fHigh Grade Photographs Pictures Enlarged at Home 4 I I 4 j i I i DISPLAY Dressmaking. At the Parisian Dressmaking Par-room 6. over MouUeim's store, they are prepared to do first class dress- AT CHICAGO PRICKS 4 4 4 making. They engage none but ex mLACK HILLh PORTRAIT COMPANY i 4 perieni od persons In the business and all work is guaranteed to be first OF FINE MILLINERY j ' lass. Orders from the surrounding No. 6 East MAIN ST., LEAD, S. D. CAPES and JACKETS, ountry given prompt attention. lm LADItS' SUITS and FURS, And Seasonable Dry Goods. EASTERN STARS ENTERTAIN. In Which They Show Their High Esteem to the Superior Office. Last evening at Society hall. Lead Chapter No. IS, (). Iv S., held a reception in honor of the grand worthy matron, Mrs. Marguerite Hitchcock, whose jurisdiction is in this state. ters is composed to a large extent of nit n who voted the democratic or populist ticket two years ago. This speaks well for the systematic manner in which the campaign in Lead Is being carried on. A large quantity of literatim laying before the voters the bare facts of the Issues before the public and showing forth the deceitful methods of the opposition, is certainly having a satisfactory result to the COMMENCING last May. They have been at Nome most ot the time. Well' continued rumor has it that Mr. Thomas Barry and Miss Mary Kvans, both of Lead, will be united in marriage some time next week. Both young people are well and favorably known here. The Burlington city ticket office, in charge of George Beemer presents quite an attractive appearance, with the gold leaf lettering upon the win j JULIUS' RESORT. Julius Kebsamen's beer hall is con-j venlentiy located 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 mous Anheuser-Busch beer constantly on tap. A quiet, orderly, up-to-date German beer hall. Visitors from the surrounding country, as well aa citizens generally of Lead are Invited to call. !-18-tf OCTOBER 15 The reception was largely attended by the members of the Masonic and Kastern Star lodges and a few of their invited guests and there was also committees in charge of the party s And continuing thru the season. comfortable siirrounii- interest here. As eat h dav passes the ' (lows and the several visitors from neighboring oytlook for a large republican gain ings within. grows brighter and there is not a ' The Lead High school football team shadowshadow of a doubt but that ' will give the Deadwood boys a play this city will give a splendid majority j for their lives next .Saturday after-for the representatives of general i noon. The disastrous delt at the Residence for Sale. W. ,f. Lilly expects to leave the Hills and ofTers his residence on Ad- .i;.. ..- . i. i... i . ll'li ,li I smccl ioi hate at a u.ugam. i.an , Ilcadwooi' . dealt out to the S In again asking you to favor us by inspecting our various lines and assortments, we do it vvithth the assurance that you will find Our showing of Artistic Millinery, Nobby Suits and Wraps, Choice Furs and elegant Dress Materials and Trimmings, will surpass all previous effort, and we believe bo the most complete and varied in the Hills country. on .i. w. curran. agent. liiL'l-lw lodges and a few of their Invited guests, and there was also several visitors from neighboring lodges. After an hour in pleasant greetings the gathering adjourned to the ball room in the basement where a splendid banquet was waiting. The guest of honor spoke in a short but appropriate address to the assembled gathering and her remarks were very interesting. Toasts were delivered by various ones during the time at the tables, and everyone had the expres prosperity and a full dinner pail on tlit? tith of next weeK. The Belt Mercantile Company. A new mercantile company has been organized in Lead and opened for business yesterday morning in the building owned by Carl Mobeig, No. DM MONHJFIM'S 1 boys last Saturday seeias to have hail no effect on Hie nthiisiasm of the .' Lead team. They ar.' innliiliiit of i success. I The infant daughter of Mrs. Isaa - , Cundy died at Terraville ye-terday ; about noon from spinal meningitis. IA i; 1 A I xs upper Main street. The personnel of i Funeral will b. In In Saturday at - p. , Friday Saturday Bi Brick Store the new company is as follows: IL aoaaaaa eeeaaiieiiiiiissotnliuiwatvee secretary, and Carl Moberg, treas- j m.. from the residence. Hev. Roberts secretary, and Carl Moberk, treas- j officiating. Interment will b - made urer, and the firm will be known as in South Lead eci'netei v. the Belt Mercantile company. They The ladies guild of the Kpiscopal open with a good stock of groceries church of Lead will give a campaign I and supplies. The company is com- ! supper on the evening of November i posed of wide-awake men and if con i - lilh. election day. The supper will be I tcous treatment and fair dealing will j served in the Pinsonault building on reap Its just reward they are certain I Mill street. McKinley and Bryan ta- j of a successful future. Their location ! hies, as well as a prohition table, will i or this week. sion of countenance which spoke as plain as words that they had spent an enjoyable evening. Mrs. Hitchcock arrived in Lead yesterday morning and was entertained at the home of Mrs. Carrie Glbbs, the worthy matron of the local lodge. In the afternoon the ladies of the Eastern Star met at the lodge rooms for instructions in lodge work. Mrs. Hitchcock is on a tour of Inspection of the lodges of the state - and will -Ik In Dead wood today. KMX) YAKDS PKIXTS in the l);tik. Medium and Lihl Colors. All standard yoods :;!. VKli YAIJJ) - makes it very handy for persons from tho upper country who aro dealing In this city. be there to please the taste of all. j A. letter received yesterday from , Henry Schnitzel states that he is still under constant treatment and does not know whether he will have to submit to an operation or not. The j Again Reunite. 5 DickinsonMay Furniture Co.! ALE -OTHER l'KIXTS Hundred Patterns to select from 5cts. I'EK YAKI). physician gives him no hopes of a permanent cure. However, at present he is experiencing relief under tho SIDEBOARDS CHIFFONIERS BEDROOM SETS QU EENSWARt and GLASSWARE HEADQUARTERS FOR treatment he is receiving. V. 3. Allison returned yesterday from St. Charles, Iowa, where h Jabez Knight and Jane Knight, both old-time residents of Lead, and who resided in Washington addition for many years, were divorced some years ago and Mr. Knight went up Into Montana, but Mrs. Knight remained in Lead. However, the love of their early life was too strong and they became reconciled and Wednesday evening for the second; time in their lives they promised to remain true to each other as long as they live. They were married at Deadwood and will make Lead their home. NOTICE. That all may have an oppor Wall Paper Largest assortment, in the citv. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS HCTURE FRAMING" . . A Specialty. tunity to participate in this J went a year ago last August. Mr. Allison expects his family within a day or two, and they will make Lead their home. Mr. Allison is the well known elctrician, who for many years was in the employ of the Belt LiLght and Power company of this city, and which position he will fill in the very low priced sale on prints. we reserve the riiht to limit AGENTS FuR WHITE SEWING MACHINE each buyer to 15 yards only. All new styles in WINDOW SHADES Two pay-day drunks settled up with Smoke Cuba'8 Choice, union-made Friday and Saturday At the Opera. The Myrtle Vinton company is giving splendid satisfaction in their engagement In Lead. The company is composed of artists and each one does his part in an easy and pleasant manner, devoting years of experience on the stage. This Friday evening they give away twenty dollars In gold or silver. The past week they have given numbers at the door to all who attended and a duplicate has been kept of each one. The drawing will be made by a committee from the audience and if the first number drawn Is not in the house they will continue to draw until a number is found In the audience. Tomorrow afternoon they glv a matinee. Seats are on sale at Dickinson's for the evening's performance. O I....LILIMM. . Around Republican Headquarters. A great amount of activity is to be aeen around the republican headquarters in Lead. From early In the day until late at night there is a constant stream of people coming and going: The headquarters are supplied with a large amount of literature and the "leading dallies are kept for the convenience of the public. J. V. Parker, who has had charge of the post for the past month, has found so much busniess to occupy rhis time that James P. Wilson has teen secured to help whenever he can spare time from his profession. It is quite a noticeable fact that the great number of peo-plejwho are attending the headquar- police judge yesterday. I J. H. Moore and wife of Hot Springs were in Lead yesterday. ! J. A. Herrick and wife left on yes- , terday morning's train for Flandreau ONLY, AT I I-iife ctncl Accident j Insurance.. I HENRY M0HEIM'S LEAD S. D. L. D. Bailor, M. D J. L. Each, M. D. DR3. BAILOR t ESCH. Diseases ot the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty, Glasses Acurately Fitted. Office No. 119 Main 8t on a visit. The infant child of Dr. and Mrs. Jay Smith of Terry is reported seriously ill. A baby boy was born to the wife of Dan Stucker .yesterday forenoon. All doing well. W. R. Millham representing a monument $rm of Enynetsburg, Iowa, was in Lead yesterday. E. H. Warren of Spearflsh, candidate upon the republican legislative ticket, was In Lead yesterday looking after fences. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Read returned Wednesday evening from Alaska, where they went about the first of THEO. E. GESKEY. Soutu 4 r...vt.v'.vcivM cigar. Best 5c cigar In the market For Sale of Lease. Two hoisting plants. For particulars call on Emll Faust, Lead. 1 0-8-1 w If you lire looking for a good smoke ask for Cb&mlson's MONARCH trlctly union made cigar. Factory In May block. Lead, Houses bought and sold, money loaned, general Insurance and notary public. Victor T. Jepsen, Room 1, Cotton A Andrews block. Lead. S. D. tf "Cuba's Choice'' is famous for its elegant flavor Be. Ask your dealer. Henry Schn.tzeU assay orflce and laboratory is located in the basement of rally's new block, Icad, and he is prepared to fill all orders in bis line, tf Alex. Rose makes a specialty of trees and shrubbery of any kind and size. Cut flowers on hand. Orders solicited from all parts of the Hills. ualn street, Lead. . tf 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 The Clan Stewarts' annual Hallowe'en concert and dance will be held on Tuesday, October 30th, in Society hall. A short concert commencing at 8:15 will be given. Hallowe'en games and dancing to the music of a good orchestra and the clan piper. Tickets 25 cents each. tf ANTHONY FRAUT DR. TODD. Wantedf Wanted! J. P. Smith, successor to Roney & Smith, will pay the highest price for Physician anJ Surgeon GIOIUIPIDIEiniAIN Second- and Furniture, Etc FAWCETT BUILDING, No, 11 Mill Street. LEAD, S. 0 PROFESSIONAL CALLS ANT CONFINEMENTS ATTENDED' OFFICE SPECIALTIES. 5 7 I 8 9 O When you are buying and want bargains, call at his place of business, just above Miners' Union block, Main street LEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA. PRACTICAL PLDKBBB and Steam Rtter LEAD, So. DAB "O. MORTON, M(X Practice devoted exclusively to dis-ease of the Eye, Ear Throat Reading Glasses, end Glasses tor the Relief of Headache and Poor Vision, Accurately Fitted. OFFICE IN FAUST BLOCK. (Over Dickenson's Drug Store.) OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p. m. YOU HAVE LEARNED OUR COST MARK ...n T0 SIXTHH ANNUAL BALL ALERT HOSE CO, Carl Moberg, contractor and builder, PKIMA.KY, 8EOONDAB1 v. .... STAGED- "Venereal Diseases moves and raises buildings and builds houses on the installment plan. The public are welcome to get estimates. In Their Most Malignant Forms. AND and he makes a specialty of undertak STRICTURE. RUPTUKt And we hare learned that we con not sell Cloth ing in a Basement GRAVEU m, n m irl l l A T I Q M riLCS, lintumnii"i fly ings where mechannlcal skill Is necessary to Insure a successful comple BLADDtK V" KIDNEY AND PLAINTS. tion, tf . Rich, Warm, Healthy blood Is given by Hood's Sarsaparllla, and thus it UnnaWrtl WILL BE GIVEN Wed. Evening, Oct 31st HALLOWE'EN NIGHT, AT THE OPERA HOUSE. Chamberlain's Orchestra will furnish, the music and James Ryan of Central, has been secured to do the calling. ' Executive Committee Thomas Neary, Jr., John Crist, Joe Gillett, C. R. Bunker, W. J. Secor. Floor-Committee William Harrerr. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Bubo, GET OUR CLOTHING AT COST .COME AND MARK. " lira and protects the system from colds, fevers, pneumonia and other diseases that quickly overcome a weak and debili Losses, Sexual Weaknest Imnotencv in '"Young Steve Zerega Wants to sec you when you are in search of WINES. LIQUORS. ORCICARS And if yem knew his price on these Men. Middle aged. tated system. The favorite cathartic Is Hood's H 3fi, Fills. 25c. - Joe Pheney, Fred Shackelford, E. R. QE-IASES WHERE THEY SELL CHEAP Property for 8a I a. The one-story brick building on Russell, A. Mochon, William Bender. Reception Committee Harry Cool- goods, yon would want to see him. 4 Mala street owned by Charles Anderson, back of the First National bank. DISEASES OF EYE, Ek, ' u. THROAT, LUNGS, LIVER, JTO ACH, DYSPEPSIA AND BOW TROUBLES. NASAL CATARRH:- Dr. original scientific cure, U1"JJ remedies and treatment in 0T , cases $10 per month. j Consultation Free. ldge, William Lyon, Bam Patrick. Joe' I've Got It! You want It I'edro, John A. McDonald, Elmer Gar- i rison. V. "W. Eoerly. J. L. Maroon t I ta offered for sale or rent, Good business location. Good term sch be secured. Apply to Mr. Anderson for No. 5 East Main Street, William TIdd. P. C. ' McHagh, Mike I v 7 . J" Bowen, o. Lnssier. . x ours for business " STEVE. further particulars. - . l0-2Stf

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