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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 14

Lead, South Dakota
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Sunday, November 4, 1900
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The Lead Daily Pioneerihes. i 25th YEAIf. LEAD, S. D. (BLACK LULLS), SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1900. FIVE CENTS. houses on the installment plan. The public are welcome to get estimates, and he makes a specialty of undertakings where niechannical skill is necessary to Insure a successful completion, tf SEni-ANNUAL FALL AND WINTER tf, KACH DEPARTMENT OF OIK WORK IS IN CHARGE OK A SPECIALIST. fHigh Grade Photographs I Pictures Enlarged at Home Dressmaking. At the Parisian Dressmaking Par-room 6, over Monhelm's store, they DISPLAY AT CHICAGO PR CICS SsBLACK HILLi PORTRAIT COMPANY s OF FINE MILLINERY 4 No. 6 East MAIN ST., LEAD, S. D. 4 ?tfV i A&n?WVVTirVi!A!a'Mi CAPES and JACKETS, LADIES' SUITS and FURS, are prepared to do first class dress- making. They engage none but ex perienied persons in the business and all work is guaranteed to be first class. Orders from the surrounding country given prompt attention, lm o JULIUS' RESORT. Julius Rebsamen's beer hall Is conveniently 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 famous Anheuser-Busch beer constantly on tap. A quiet, orderly, up-to-date And Seasonable Dry Goods. Not Entitled to the Honor. Again can be, traced the untruthful and deceitful ways 01 A. C. Potter, the fusion candidate for clerk of courts. Lawrence county and every cross before tin- name of Sol Star will be a vote for a man of honor and conscientious business methods in his twon- j ty odd years of residence in the Black ' Hills. ! son delivering the sermon in both English and Swedish languages. The l.cad City Miners' Union, under whose auspices the funeral was held, attended in a body and there were a large number of riends and fellow workmen who also followed the remains to their last resing place In South Lead cemetery. COMMENCING Gentian beer hall. Visitors from the surrounding country, as well as citizens generally of Lead are invited to call. 9-18-tf OCTOBER 1 5 Sound Money Rally at Lead. Tho sound money democrats and republicans will assemble at the Miners Union hall fat parade at 7 p. ni. sharp. Grand Marshal Henry Monheirn. Assistants Oeorge FoiiIpsoiik. James Cooper. John Corcoran. Rob In fact it would lie difficult to connect him in any other position than deceit, untruthfulness and dishonesty. Every evening the paper for which " he stands as its editor, altho in fact he is merely its dummy, i3 Issued in its columns are appeals to the laboring men of tho community to stand by their rights, uphold union labor, etc. If there was consistency in his appeals he would be entitled to the votes of the laboring men, for there And continuing thru the season. tie Gripe, Pain ! Campaign Supper. j The ladies of the Episcopal church I will give a campaign supper next j Tuesday evening. There will be ta-j bles for all. McKinleyites, Bryanites j and Prohibitionists. The supper will be held in the Pensonault new brjck 1 building on Mill street. Or discomfort, no Irritation of the intestines but gentle, prompt, thorough healthful cleansing, when you take Hood's Piiis Sold by all druggists. 25 cenia. In again asking you to favor us by inspecting our various lined and assortments, we do it wit nth the assurance that you will flud 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 be the most complete and vark-J in the Hills country. ert Goss and John White. The line of march east on Main street to D. C. depot where the reception committee will receive our guest, the Hon. W. R. Steele. Then countermarch on Main to Mill streets, south on Mill street to McClellan west to niecker street, north to Main, then west on Main street and then Is no one who wishes to see the scale of wages cut in this country with but a few exceptions. One exception Is this same A. C. Potter, for while he growls at the foot of union labor, asking homage at their hands to place him In a responsible public office, he Is In reality one of their enemies, for he employs In his printing office none but men whom he can get I Harry Harrison expects to leave to-j day for his home at Lincoln, Neuras-I ka. He expects to he absent about J two weeks. ! Mrs. T. I). Kd wards, who has been visiting parts in Minnesota for two or three weeks, returned home yesterday. H. E. Dewey and Thomas Harvey went over to Knglewuod last evening to address a republican rally at Property for Sale. The one-story brick building on Main street owned by Charles Anderson, back of the First National bank, is offered for sale or rent. Good business location. Good term scan be secured. Apply to Mr. Anderson for further particulars. 10-26tf counter march to Miners' Union hall. Places in the parade will be assigned to the several organizations by the marshal and his assistant when the parade Is formed. Bip Brick Store that place. Peter Tulpi, the ("inlander who was injured in tho mines Friday, is reported as doing as well as can be expected. It is Totter the deadbeat, and Potter the scab employer. August Slighart was in Led yesterday, having just returned from Kansas, where he had been to market to work for cheap wages, and he has not a man In his office who receives even tho promise of union wages. Altho he, in dealing with his employes, carries there, too. the same characteristics of a deadbeat as he does in his other business affairs. If he would only agree to pay union wages even tho he never paid them he could come out like his cham-Dlon Joey Moore, and claim that he had not the money to meet his obligations, but would pay If he had the money. Even this method of beating and deceiving those who have not yet learned of his ways might be the Suits, Skirts. Jackets, T nlRj AID Col Steele Monday Night. Col. W. R. Steele stands at the head of the bar of South Dakota not only as a lawyer but as an orator as well. He has carefully prepared a speech for this occasion, the close of the campaign in Lawrence coiihty, you will miss a treat If you fall to attend. The speaking will begin at the Opera house at 8 o'clock and other speakers will be present to address the overflow meeting for those who cannot get into the Opera house. Ladles are especially invited. two carleads of iiorses. Judge Chapman of Plattsmouth, Neb., who has been in Lead to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law, Ira Capes ON. THE BAK'.JAIN SQUARE. Dickinsnn-May Furniture Co. SIDEBOARDS CHIFFONIERS BEDROOM SETS QUEENSWARt and GLASSWARE Friday s Saturday HEADQUARTERS FOR NWall Paper Largest assortment in the t it v. OF THIS WEEK. Will Lose His Eye. Word wus received yesterday from George Waters of Terraville, who went to Omaha recently to have his eye operated on, that he doctors there find It Impossible to save the eye. It will be taken out and an artificial eye put in. He Is expected home In about a week or ten days. Mr. Waters had his eye hurt not long ago, while cutting steel rails at the Dead-wood-Terra and by the advice of surgeons here he went to Omaha to consult an oculist, hoping that the eye might be saved. UNDERTAKERS AIMS EM BALM ERS PICTU R E FRA ,vl ING . . A Specialty. Z. Putnam, left for his home yesterday. Ed Williams, engineer of the Star mill, fell a couple of days ago and fractured a rib and otherwise jarred himself so that he is taking a few days off from work. Can the intelligent voter be guilty of casting his vote for a man like A. C. Potter for the office of clerk of courts, ' in preference to a man like Sol Star? We feel safe in answering no. The cornerstone of the new bric-ho3e house of Company No. 2, was laid yesterday afternoon. Materfal for the building is being delivered and work will commence In earnest this week. The family of Tommy Patton arrived yesterday from Salt Lake City. Ms. Patton Is employed with Salmon & Son and his family will make Lead their home. AGENTS Fuh WHITE SEWING MACHINE $ All new styles in WINDOW SHADES tf SJKSJtfiS SSJtftftfi SStfiSSS StftfVS .means of fooling some. Why should union labor support a man who Is himself forcing the scale of union wages down and who has the reputation among his profession as being a scab employer? His latest campaign talk Is to quietly pass among the voters and tell them he Is paying union wages and intimates even that he Is paying as good wages vas is paid upon the Pioneer-Times, a fact which he and his employes know to be a He, but then, what cares Potter as long as It will help him In getting his slippery lingers Into the . public moneys. He cares absolutely, nothing for labor and has not at heart even the good wishes for labor. He has been in this country but a short time and has proven a willing ; tool in the hands of Joe Moore, and . for this he has been purchased an office, yes, an office. Been promised the height' of his ambition, but when that promise was. made it was thought they could fool the laboring men by their slick and deceitful means and thus 'gain, their support by advocating their cause In the columns of their paper, which was gotten control for campaign purposes. But their methods hav been pretty well shown up during the past three months, and their hopes are falling lower with each succeeding day. i Archie Potter Is not entitled in any manner to be honored with a public trust at the hands ot the voters of To every buyer of any article of the aboe lines for $7.00 or more ONE PAIR OF Kid Gloves 3 Clasp, Best Gloves ALL COLORS. s Hurt His Hand. Tom Harvey of Lead was thrown out of a' buggy yesterday and cut his hand considerably but was, otherwise, not hurt He and Judge Dewey drove up to republican headquarters, and Dewey, who had been driving, threw the reins down over the dashboard. In getting out he caught them with his foot and pulled the horses around so that he buggy tipped and threw Harvey out. At first he thought hJs hand was broken, but he went to a doctor, had it dressed and found that a few cuts were the extent of his injuries. T life and Accident ..Insurance.. Friday and Saturday p THEO. E. GESKC Y. f Lead, SomtltL JOaKota Funeral of O. L. Anderson. The funeral of O. L. Anderson took place yesterday afternoon from the Miners' Union Opera house, Rev. Wll- ANATOMICAL I COMFORTABLE. ONLY AT HENRY MODEM'S LEAD 8. O. L. O. Bailor, M. D.. . . . J. L. Each, M. D. DRS. BAILOR A ESCH. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty. Glasses Acnrately Fitted. Office No. 119 Main 8t. Paulina Blythe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Blythe, of Lead, has gone to Nellgh," Nebraska,- at which place she will, enter a musical seminary and complete a musical education. Dr. Going the veterinary surgeon at Fort Meade, wno was admitted to the Lead hospital several days ago, Buffering with stomach trouble, is a very sick man, and grave fears are entertained for his recovery. Presbyterian church service. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor, 6:15 p. m. . Subject of the discourse, "The Power of the Unseen." Evening, "Triumph Over Sin." All will be made welcome. Christ Church--HoIy Communion at 8 a. m. Evening; prayer. Holy, communion at 7:45 p. m. Anthem, "And I am Alpha and Omega." Sunday school, 3 p. m. Daughters of the King meet Monday at 4 p. m. Oeorge O. Ware, Rector. Sunday morning at the Methodist church the theme will be, "How May Our Church Attain Permanent Progress." In the evening Dr. Mahod.1 will have for a subject "Just. Before Election." The evening subject, will be illustrated by chemical experiment The Hedge family will sing. Hear them. COUPDEriAIN 1 2 3 4 3 6 7 8 9 O Wanted! Wanted! J. P. Smith, successor to Roney & Smith, will pay the highest price for Secondhand Furniture, Etc YOU, HAVE LEARNED . . W: - OUR COST MARK And we have learned that we con not sell Cloth ing in a Basement ; Tf8H.k.M o rtonT . ia.ucuiitteiy uicU . iurs 10 a. m. to l'i m. AND GET OUR CLOTHING AT COST . . u4 . 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. au CataiThral Diseases Treated. ' 7 p m to 9 p. m. PRACTICE LIMITED TO EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. Office of Dickenson's Drug Store, L ead, South Dakota. COME ; MARK When you are buying and want bargains, call at his place of business, Just abore Miners' Union block. Main street LEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA. SS t 'SSMBSSBBSSWSMSSSSSSSWSSBSBBWSMBMSMBWWSBMWBW Steve Zerega Wants to sec you when you are in search of WlNESv V LIQUORS. OR CIGARS And U to knew his pries on thes goods, you would want to see him. I've Got It! You want It Henry SchihW'J assay office and laboratory la located in the basement Jt Faust's new block. Lead, and he Is pre pared to fill all order in bis Una. ft Alex. Rose makes a specialty ot trees and shrubbery of any kind and size. Cut flowers on hand. . Orders solicited from all parts of the Hills. aln street. Lead. . tf I hare a salve that will beat this world for piles, and if yon dont believe It, try it Apply to William Tonkin. Lead. 8. D. , . . lm Wanted. A girl to do general housework., Inquire of William Feller, 44 South Bleeker street. Lead- tf Carl Moberg, contractor and builder, mores and raises building and builds ANTHONY TSAUT 3C-1ASESR WHERE THEY SELL CHEAP ' Monuments. . George J. Snyder has the agency for Kimball Broathe monument Arm of Lincoln thtt has erected so many stones in the Hills, Those in Want PRACTICAL PLI 1 No. 5 East .Mala -Street,- and Steam Rtter LEAD; so. DAK -Let's GefrTofrBttierrt 1 eU brcamn " No- o ot, "o v street, or addressing Lock Box 655. -Yours for business, STEVE. Lead, s, d, ... t j im

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