The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on November 21, 1900 · Page 6
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 6

Lead, South Dakota
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Wednesday, November 21, 1900
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tihes. 'IVLcits 25th YEAH. u;.i, Kl.At'K MILLS i:ii:si. v, Nn'i:.ii:i:i: r.n;o. loOUPiDEnAIN! Unusually Interesting I Wanted. , i:perienied dry rood 'ale !i:en 1 d... iir cio.- in out .- .lie. None ' Mr "I" n. . d apply. HKNKY Ml . HULL'!. Belt Mercantile Company. The above company , have opened for business and ai e lo atod at .No. CI I t'pper Main sin et, Lead. Tin y carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries, salt meats, and all kinds of Armour's goods. Thev have , an- re'iuc.-tcd to ine.t at 'the Cattle Hall at p. in.. Noveinb'T .1. ( at- ti nil the f,:iieral of the iiaU-.'!i!T of '.'I'a.-t fhaiK lor l''rai:k Ala. John V. Carroll. All !!:( in hers of Workman liOd.i;'.' No. .".o aic requested to meet, at !:;; p. in. today lor the purpose of attending the funeral of Mrs. I'unell. wife ol our brother, U II I'urcell. L. K. Kneale, M. W. The Degree of Honor team is requested to meet at the lodge rooms 6 7 8 9 0 -J 1 ! 2 3 4 5 Arr Our yov iiavi: li:a;m:d in stoek three brands of flour, "Pills- I ' this afternoon at 1 o'clock to com (U K COST MARK t ? And v li;iv. Iciiiiicd that we con not sell Cloth inj in a UaseiiH'iit Millmer, Readytowear, And Cloak Departments . . Jnst Now. l'fr;-iliinr difdcil for laic Fall and Winter wear is here, and in almndance. Elegant shovin of Hats, tlic very latest in Suits, nobbiest of ami ever yt hiny; for cliilds and infants wear. IN. . Dry Goods And Ladies Furnishings bury," "Snow Flake," and "Gem," also graham flour, cornmeal, buckwheat. Their stotck is new and of the bet, and as they do business upon a cash basis they can afford to sell at a close margin. They solicit the trade from tho outside and their Io ation. is particularly convenient to residents from the Bald Mountain country when in Lead. Courteous treatment and fair dealing will always be found here in all business dealings. )1 Mf o JULIUS' RESORT. Julius Rebsamen's beer hall Is conveniently located In the basement beneath J. K. Searles' meat market. Main street, Iead. 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-Dusch beer constantly J comi: and ;i;t ouk clothing at cost MAKK. plete arrangements to attend the funeral of Mrs. Purcell. o Funeral of Mrs. Purcell. The funeral of ,Mrs. Richard Purcell will take place this afternoon from the residence of Mayor Abt. in South Lead, at 2 o'clock. o Business Houses to Close. The management of the various bus-.noss houses of the city have agreed tc i lose their respective places this afternoon until after tie funeral of Mrs. Purcell, daughter of Mayor Abt. The Highland and most of the Homestake miners were off yesterday as n result of stamps hung up. "Leah" will be presented at the Opera house Friday evening, November 2?,. Seats will lie on sale at Dickinson's today. Dr. Bailor was called to Lnglewood esterday to administer to a child of Mr. Pennington, who is very si k with spinal meningitis. WHEPF THEY ' SELL CHEAP ICHASES jjjflo. 5 East Main Street, I- fail In lie ill! eivMeil i; S ;)()! S and TKIM. I !rd t I lilelll s VuH CI i hi i- s ! ; 1 1 i ii'f of 1 ' i J on tap. A quiet, orderly, up-to-date jGe.'.iian beer hall. Visitors from Hip I surrounding country, hs well a i'ti-j 7ens generally of Lead are Invited John and Frank Aid arrived in Lead on last evening's belated l!nrlitr:ton from Ilntte, in response to a tele 'rani to . all. 9 1 St f .VIM..-:. M M.KWKAi; and IIOSILKY. i'n; Kl 'M-. and MTH'S. ( 'A I : l'KTS, IM'tiS'i ;!:ts. i:i.nki:ts .,n.i ri ' i;ta i ' ii win i m v ' .ii iii i i i rs. tame mi before Jmle Walsh, who " cl( that as the contract had lieen biokon, according to tho evidence in-trtdiucd, the omplainant could not obtain judgment, and in accordance dismissed tho action. This docs not allow tho contractor pay for any of tho work and unless thero is other rosourco by which he can collect part or the whole, it will bo a pretty expen -Tiii-;. Dressmrlving. . At the Parisian lire--making Par-room C. over Monheim's More, they are prepared to do first la dressmaking. They ensure none but exponent ed persons in the liusines., and all work Is guaranteed to be first (lass. Orders from the surrounding country slven prompt attention, lni. -? r married. Last evening at tho homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1'. Vlncellette in Terravllle, occurred tbe marriage of their daughter, AliUa to Edwin Berry. Only the relatives am Intimate Ji'iends of the contracting parties wore present. After the n.arringe all sat down to an elegant wedding Hipper. The bride is an accomplished young lady and enjoys TTlarga circle of friends. The groom li an Industrious young man and is employed in one of the mills in this Vicinity, and te, too, has a large circle of friends, who will join with the Pioneer-Times in extending congratulations and best wishes. The happy rp?e will be at their home in Terravllle after December 1st. Brick Store sive- piece of work to him. Bio iQ announcing the deafh of their sister. A letter from Dr. Hlaek. formerly with the Lead hospital, brings the information that he is now at Los Vegas, New Mexico, where he is enjoying life. The action against Albert Rishor, who was arraigned in police court upon the charge, of obtaining property under false pretences, was discharged on the grounds of insufficient evidence. Charles Landguth, thru the real estate agency of Geskey & Monahan, transferred part of lota 4 and 7, in block 11, Denver addition to Lead, to Robert Coverts; consideration, 1300. A. L. Powell left on yesterday's Wanted! Wanted! J. P. Smith, successor to Roney & Smith, will pay the highest price for LEAD, S. D Second- and Furniture, Etc "Burlington for La Cross, Mich., upon a m ti 3 The Water Supply. The new water supply that was expected to have been running into Lead by this time has not reached here, and it may be-several days more before it does, but it is expected by those in a poistlon to judge, that before tte end of this week everything will bo in good running older and the cry of ehort of water will be a thing of the past. The pumps at the station have been in operation several days and wcik to perfection. The trouble has been with the pipes in which the water is forced over the hill. The height to which the water is pumped is about 400 feet, and the immense pressure which is required has made it necessary to anchor the piping. This however, will not re-qulro any great length of time to remedy rnd most any day now may find the water ruaning Into the mains of this,ti'y. , 9 When you are buying and want bargains, call at his place of business, just above Miners' Union block. Main street LEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA. .;' Turkey 8upper in 8lght. The Ladles Aid Society of the Swedish Lutheran church of Terravllle and Central will give a turkey supper and ale at the Miners' Union hall. Central, next Monday afternoon and evening, November 26. Please remember the date. Look for further notice and be sure to come. SIDEBOARDS CHIFFONIERS BEDROOM SETS QU EENSWARt and GLASSWARE pleasure and business visit. He is Interested in some copper prospects In that state and is looking after his interests. The Congregational church will give a reception for Rev. A. G. Solandt on Friday evening of this week at the church at 8 o'clock. A cordial invi May Furniture Co, HEADQUARTERS FOR NWall Paper Earnest assortment in the city. ti ti ti i ti C ti a a; ts i ti tation is extended to all other churches and tho public to come and join In welcoming him to the city. UNDERTAKERS AND J EMBALMERS J P7 CTURE a A Ml N G " .. A Specialty. AGENTS FOR J (Belt Continued on Page 7.) Notice! ti ti v Funeral Notices. WHITE SEWING MACHINE A11 new si vies in WINDOW SHADES Steve Zerega Wants to sec you when you are in search of WINES. LIQUORS. ORCICARS And ir yoa knew his price on these Roods, you would want to see him I've Got It! You want It Let's Get Toaretber Yours for business, STEVE. Right or No Pay. ' The decision of the Judge in police court In the case of Wlickstrom vs. Annetta Lambertson, should make all contractors careful in the fulfillment of their agreements. Andrew Wick-Strom, It appeared, had contracted to build a cistern of a certain capacity and the defendant in thi saction. for whom It was built, refused to pay for the same when it was finished upon tho grounds that the capacity was not according to agreement and that the . cistern leaked and was not first class and In compliance with the contract. .-Theparty- Wiektrtrom then sued for Judgment for the work and the case Henry Shn.tze's assay uUke and la The dry goods store of Henry Mon-heim, Lead, will open in the morning at ! o'clock. Between the hours of 12 and 1 and 6 and 7, the store will be dosed for meal" and to allow an opportunity to the force to rearrange the goods that are necessarily thrown tibout during the rush. These regu-lutions.will be adhered to until further notice. The flro department will attend the funeral of the daughter of Frank Abt today in uniform. All members of E. M. Stanton Post No. 81 are requested to meet at No. No. 81 are requested to meet at 1:30 at Comrade Dewey's office to attend the funeral of the daughter of Past Commander Abt. G. W. WELLS. All members of Dakota Lodge No. 6 boratory is located in the bnsi-ment o: Alex. Rose makes a sp daily or trees and shrubbery of any Kind and size. Cut flowers on ban '. Orders solicited from all par's of UV Hills'. " Faust's new block, Lead, and lie ;a pre tf pareo to lill all orders in his line, tl ...jin street, Lead. VVVV V: VW 8 i! F fcrJ V The Greatest Closing om Sale of Dry Goods, Carpets, Millinery and Furnishing Goods. The greatest the Greatest SACRIFICE of an up-to-date stoek ever seen in the Slack Hilis. But st SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17, at 9 a.m. Goons wjIi be sold at ."0"CiI,IOI3" lor what they will bring, At JEPIE:I"Vrr,5l SALE Cost and less. ra-a- Every Afternoon and Evening at 2 and 7 p. m. tTfaa PntartoiHmont auAFV nftornnnn nnrl fifn n rr T TIT. Rir.Vi nrrlonn t Vl Q antral T.-. 1 . :ii iv biiiviiuijiiiivut v w - v va.wa wwai Miw vwwuiiaa .MV.t uv uiv,wi a j w x BtlloSIIian and. GntSrt EllDGr Wit1 conduqt the Sale. Bring ycur purse, no goods will be charged. Very Truly, Bids asked from tbe trade tor the stock In whole or la lots to suit, also fixtures and lease. ' HENRY MONHEIM,lead, s, d.

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