The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on October 26, 1900 · Page 8
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 8

Lead, South Dakota
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Friday, October 26, 1900
Page 8
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r r FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, i:oo. THE DAILY PIONEEIMIMES, DEADWOOD, S. D We Pledge Ourselves in Favor of M. J. Werthheimer & Bro. We are neither advertising a rreat Slaughter nor a jrreat Keinoval Sale, lnit vt are prepared to sell of Customers from ovcrchart. an( miss! a tements 'PfflfeJilion TH EFOUR- BUTTON tL, SACK SUlTilTTS for Everyone with the .Miii; i nt ii . i Free Trail Q Ilo tlocs tlloM lor In H A St"W fm'' S'"'"' Assortment ,C FIRSTCLASS GOODS o! : af erior i, u.i lit ie, i ulla ; , . ;. j,r.v a ml oppressive hi uh j. ..;. Prohibition Reduction fen Vri oi t Ik- al the very A W 1 ST UVJNi PKICKS. We arc not offori iiu' ".oods nt cost or less lli.u, d eosl , for e crvboil v is fully ;i u a r- t liat no U re ha n t cm offer to so 1 1 oods for osi I ha n cos I S t . ; i ' i 1 1 1 ; - a ml in a 1-1 c ii--'--. W ilo not want to h it to lui v; j . ');!'. Tie f'ol 1 1 i 1 1 -r ccs mi o n I v a few a rt icles will i m i nee I ho public that we i n I en I to ilo just as , wc ail v ert ise. Buy As You Vole, Mefe We are Offfrino; tte FfryctelFiicts u llotnin Men and Boys l Ladies' Fall Jackets, lln very newest :tyl's, all ui.r coat" lliat. 1 1 :i miI'I :it s7 '"' will co nt tlii-i sale fur only $4.75 All Over Sllini, $11.00 ami 9,50 $13.50, at ouly Ladies, Misses, And Childrens All hotter Coats anil Capes are reduced nt thn same rate Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Suits. IS Suits made out of good quality homespun, at only IS5.00 A better article all-wool at $7.20. This suit would be cheap at $12.00 Hats. Cais Ms aim Uaderwea" Gloves, 5ocks Stockings, FOB THE BIO AND2LITTLE FOLKS. . AS I'A NltlDATKS f"i' ymir iiitnuini w.' jjv ZOELNER BROS. CO. THE, PIONEER CLG1HIEKS CF 1876, 647 'MAIN STREET, LEADWCGD, S. D, Ladies Outside Skirts. 25 Black Mohair Skirts at $J.9fJ 20 Black Cheviot Skirts at $2.70 UNDERWEA R ' "Con- ' mi imSmi All our $4.75, $3.00 and $5.50 CO 7C Skirts go at on!) 00 J ,:V. A A V .N v - A, This 1st the wa-ioti when iii.xIkts arc , -V""X ; : V.fN? alarmed on account nt croup. It Is nyii k- VV . . . . j . t. . ' - i ni. I) rim-'l Ijv wne .uniuu' ' oiir:n ' uif, BUSH& GERTS W HI' II l.lli'lll'IJ IO I.IK'. I I l t '. I IT.illij-i. Stck not to steal the other fellows ivtfiT4--.rl Remember we will compete with any prices Respectfully, M. J. Werthheimer & Bro. '.. i. i ' . liKbt. Iiatiifi- put on Mean; and make your i. y .'; , . y .. . - Carry The Largest Line of Supplies i A ' 'ft 9 i i THE CITY cwn, I'o whatever you do with all your rniKht. By taking Hocky ' Mountain Tea at niRht. ck your druggist. Merchants Express, Next to Opera House Block, Main St. . . Harrison I'hoiie No. 141 . . Transfer work of all kinds solicited a.nd promptly attended to, packing and moving of v. '. D. Smith handles corning but th msi grade) smithing coal. ESTEY PIANO for my family. Haw-ley is the only regular dealer at No. 639. by Bullock hotel. MISS HARVEY, teacher of piano Best references given. Studio 305 Adams block. All tno fruits and vegetables of the season at the lo Test prices, Standard Cash Grocery. Carnations. Winter bloomers, very fine, for Bale at the Deadwood Greenhouse. A. Daniels. Cold weather is coming. A. C. Morris, four doors above Hattenbach's, will black your stove, clean the pipe and put them. P. M. Gante, D. D. S. Modern Den Best on earth fo fone. Touch and 3 Dprabillty stuck 13' For School Children complete .and without a pier Carried In the we-it. Our Mln-ne-kah-ta water for the stomach Try it "THE NORTHWESTERN LINE" is tha short line between DEADWOOD and SIOU CITY, SIOUX FALLS, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and DULUTH. Please bear this In mind. Tha king of C cent cigars Is the Tw Orphans. Try one. tf Mln-ne-kah-ta water for kidney troii Mea. Try it 1 lanos and household iroodsj a specialty. Your business is respectful-; ly solicited. FISHEL'S BAZAAR , i ii . i rrMirlwnnn Deadwood Oysters! Oysters I Oysters! Served In any style, or sold by the can, at Frazler's Vienna Bakery ,Mian tistry of all kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years o? experience. Rosen Main Street, street. tf thal Blcck. C. W. Kendle, Mer. (4 i ll uj The Great MorieySaving Event Of The Year This Sale will continue as long as we are at the old stand, and remember this, t lat anything you will,need for the winter, NOW is the time to buy, for we are going to save you money. All goods -will be sold at a big reduction in"order to save moving. Our loss will be your gain. Come while the stock is fresh and the assortment good All our New Fall Stock is included in this sale, as we were disappointed in not getting into our new building as soon as we expected, compelled us to open our New Fall Stock of Dry Goods at the old stand, and is being slaughtered regardless of value. . This sale is made in order to reduce our stock and move as few gocds as possible to the new building, Eemember this dissapointment on our part means our loss and your gain, and two carsofrjierchandisethfown before you at a sacrifice. Come and see what our new stock looks like and how cheap you can buy a- 1 a Goods, Dry Carpets r Rugs, Smis, Jackets, Capes, Furs an4. Shoes i Just received yesterday a lot of Tailor Made Walking Skirts. Ask toliave them shown you and don't miss coming to this Great-Slaughter Sale. JRespectfuilv n u r ! n Incorporated. 9 DEADWOOD, S.D

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