The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on November 22, 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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Thursday, November 22, 1900
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The Lead Baily PioNEER-Tirihs. LEAD, 8. I). I m.ACK I .thurs.TTTTnovbmbbr 22. 1900. i'VE CENTS. 25th YEAR. Wanted. Experienced dry goods salesmen during closing out sale. None other need apply. HENRY MONHHEIM. Unusually CIOIUI PI Di E ini A IN Congress of Rouh Riders and later o; Pawnee Bill's Wild West show. Tamed the Bucking Broncho. For three years It baa been Carpenter's daily duty to ride the bucking broncho before the breathless thousands who were gathered to see the bold rider kill or be killed. The buck-'Her bron ho wai an especial pet of Carpenter's. Eisjht years aeo, when lnterestingAreou, Belt Mercantile Company. Tie above company have opened for business and are located at No. 611 Upper Main street. Lead. They carry a complete line of staple and Carpenter lived on the plains near m r.n U maotc Q n H all Deadwood. S. D.. he picked up a colt 1 lan ' "LC1 , T " whi.h hd Ftraed from hi, mother kinds of Armour's goods The, -haw iYOfJ HAVE LEAK NED in Htock three brands of flour. "PUls- OUK COST MAKK Milliner, Readytowear, And Cloak Departments . . . . Jnst Now. one day and took it home. He raised it and it grew to like him. When it wai sufficiently old he started in to break It to ride. Ho found he had a veritable tartar to overcome. The roan colt would eat from his band and kiss liim. but whf-n it came to l.e'nrr ridden the broncho seriously ob jocted. It was a lone, tedious job. and the broncho ileve'oneil. to its fill le-1 evfen'. the ctrnordin:iry f.vility vliich it had for bir Vine. It could tie ifa k into an n,-""t knot. vn then j bury," "Snow Flake," and "Gem," also I graham flour, cornmeal, buckwheat. Their stotck is new and of the best, and as they do business upon a cash basis they can afford to sell at a ( lose margin. They solicit the trade from the outside and their location is particularly convenient to residents from the liahl Mountain country when in Lead. Courteous treatment and I'.iir dealing will always he found here in all business dealings. ll-'J-tf And we have? learned that we -m not sell Clotli in-: v in a Kasement i COME AND i ET OIJK CLOTIllNC AT TOST i Kvciyl liiiij,' deeded for late Fall and Winter wear j is here, and in abundance. Elegant showing of I Hats, the very latest in Suits, nobbiest uf V; I and every! Iiinv. fur childs and infants we.-ir. I IN MAKK. htorf (.(Tort it rouM 1 Tin1 r the r-hnne of r. o :1! It v:i4 cor- ' n-rn ! 1 1 r nrel en:oyr.l JULIUS' RESORT. Ki-bsamen's beer hall is con without the f! iintiencl :m! ; sunere inn brii la'n'v !'. v.nvin Dry Goods ASESi CH And WKEPC THEY SELL CUSAP J i,E:Ar?: Ladies Furnishings eni-ntly io a'ed in the basement beneath J. K. Sarle.'.' 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 fa- j mous Anheuser-Busch beer constantly j on tap. A quiet, orderly, up-to-date j German beer hall. Visitors from the I surrounding country, as well as clti-! zens generally of Lead are Invited J East Main Street, JNo. 5 kick iter. Vhc) finally, it v.:h trained to the raiM'e Carpenter ;aw that lie v;r; rain? to lo'w sport and eveni'-e in the docile animal, and so he yet to work to teach it to keep, on b'lckinnr. ThW was a harder contract than teaching it to bo tractable to the saddle. Finally, however, it wai trained to the purpose, and furnished much excitement for the cowboys livln? In thp vicinity. Bucked for Buffalo Bill. One dav Buffalo Bill was at Dead-wood vlsitlne; friends. It was three years ao. Ho took a drive Into the country one day and encountered a visit was to have the daughter receive treatment at the hospital In this city. She underwent an operation yesterday and last evening was doing as well as could be wished for. Benefit of Mrs. Mary Doyle. An entertainment will be given by the Terry citizens on Thanksgiving for the benefit of Mrs. Mary Doyle, who, it will be remembered, met with to call. 9 18-tf o Dressmaking. At the Parisian Dressmaking Par-room 6, over Monhelm's store, they are prepared to do first class dressmaking. They engage none but experienced persons in the business and all work Is guaranteed to be first-class. Orders from the surrounding country given prompt attention, lm The Lead City council meeting was an accident at the steam laundry in Departments yon canuot fail to be interested in our showing of DKESS GOODS and TRIM, MIXCS, UNDEKWEAli and HOSIERY, COK HIBROXS , and NOTIONS, CARPETS, HUGS CMFOKTS, BLANKETS and CURTAINS. It will iij you to visit US. Big Brick Store LEAD, S. D Lead several months ago by having ! adjourned Tuesday until last night, her hand caught In the hot rolls and when an adjournment was again taken round-up at one of the big ranches. Colonel Cody and his friend stopped for a while to enjoy the scene, just as the hilarious cowboys had started the "Md." they called Carpenter, and his tucking broncho off for an exhibition. until this morning. Henry Monhelm now has about twenty clerks engaged in his store at Lead, during the closing out sale, and they have all they can possibly do to wait upon the trade. The Pioneer-Times acknowledges the receipts of a complimentary ticket to the twenty-first annual masquerade ball of Hose Company No. 1, to be held at the Lead Miners' Union hall on Thanksgiving evening, November 29. Wanted! Wanted! J. P. Smith, successor to Roney & Smith, will pay the highest price for Second- and Furniture, Etc. When you are buying and want bargains, call at his place of business, Just above Miners' Union block. Main street. LEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA. Colonel Cody watched thruout the entire performance, and then calling Carpenter over he made him an offer of a two years' contract at $60 a month to ride the horse in the big ehow. Carpenter took him up and his phow career began. The pony took to publicity like a duck takes to water, and every day his bucking grew better. Audiences sat breathless thru the terrific exhibition of horse taming, while Carpenter and his broncho laughed to themselves. For three years this went on, and then of a sudden things began to go wrong. The day before the show struck Des Moines the pony went lame and another pony and man took their place. Shortly afterward Carpenter hurt his wrist in a fall, and by the time he was WA8 WITH BUFFALO BILL. May Furniture Co, SIDEBOARDS CHIFFONIERS BEDROOM SET8 which later necessitated the ampta-tlon of her arm. The Bald Mountain News says that the Home Forum has failed to pay the $500 due her under the policy on account of the distressing accident which maimed this young woman for life. o Funeral Postponed Until Today. The funeral of Mrs. R. H. Purcell did not take place yesterday, as had been arranged, and was postponed until this afternoon. This was on account of the brothers of the deceased, John and Frank, not arriving as had been expected on Tuesday evening's train. The train they were on was late into Edgemont, and they missed the passenger north, so that they did not arrive in Lead until yesterday evening. o Miss Mamie Jackson was in Lead from Preston yesterday. The Presbyterian Aid society will will meet with Mrs. Norman this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The High Five club will meet with Mrs. J. W. Freeman at 2 p. m. today. All members are requested to be present ,H."'C. Kronlng and wife, who have teen visiting friends in Lead, returned to their home at Edgemont yesterday. William Chadburn, a cattleman living near Alliance, Neb., came up to .Lead, day before yesterday with his QUEENSWARE and GLASSWARE Rode the Broncho in the Congress of Rough Riders and In Pawnee Bill's. "William Carpenter, aged 27, for cavalry service, sent to Jefferson barracks for assignment to regiment." So read fan innocent looking bulletin in the recruiting office. But Carpenter, when he appeared to tpply for enlistment was not nearly so' mild look in jr as his name would make him appear. He stalked Into tlie office aud two feet behind him flowed the ends of his rich brown locks, made richer in color bv a l'h- HEADQUARTERS FOR AWall Paper Laroest assortment in the city. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMER9 PICTURE FRAMING I again able to ride the show was ready to go Into winter quarters, and Carpenter and his home were released, with the promise of a position the (Continued on Page 7.) Steve Zerega Wants to sec you when you are in search of WINES. LIQUORS. A Specialty. i AGENTS FOR 5 WHITE SEWING MACHINE J! All new styles in WINDOW SHADES 5 OR CIGARS And if you 1 new his price on thesr ! ""'If von -vo.ild want to him Notice! The dry poodn store, of Henry Mon-heire. , Lead, will open in the morning at ! ' !o Het ween the hceirK of r2 and 1 and i and 7. the store will be dosed for mm!'- and to allow an op-I ortiuiity to the force to rean r.n re the zoods that are nces. arily thrown about (lurim the 1 h. T!iot n"U-li:1 ion . will li- ; I'here l 'a en'il 'iir'h-cr ii cit ice eral application of tallow grease. Ki-i j face was furrowed with exposnre to j wind and rain and his gray eyt-s I looked out from under bushy eye- j brows. He wore a cutaway black I coat, shiny from much wear, and rliy i the regulation number of buttons. I The crown of rich brown hair w;.s ; I've G.n I'! Y I Li va' Henry Sclia. uc's a.isay olllee and laboratory is- located in thf Imsi-nii-nt or rV.'.ist'G Hi w I;. Ix'.'iil, am! lie is pj- ; ! (! (. IH all or ;"!- la ;ilh. a Alex. Rose makes a specialty of trees and shrubbery of any kind and size. Cut flowers on hand. Orders fiollr-ited from all I'arU of the Hills. ...ain street. Len-I. " I . ;i:-ir daughter. The latter has been 111 for surmounted i . by an enormous ;nni- some time and the purpose of his brero. He was late of Huffalo 'llilf: . . Ml . S3 (iii tij m fF S3 ss: S3! S3 SS S3 ? ..The. Greatest Closing out Sale of Dry Goods, Carpets, Millinery and Furnishing Goods. The greatest the Greatest SA( R1FICE of an up-to-date stock ever seen in the Blaek Hills. But -IL-L.Ny JLL,JL loo sold as soon possible. SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17 at 9 a.m. S3 S3 S3 SS 83 S3 S3 AUCTION what they will bring. At FFLTXTA T'TTZ SALBat Goods wjI. be sold at Cost and less. . - S3 S3 83 S3 Every Afternoon and S3! S3 is' SS evening S3 at 2 and T p. m. S3 Free Enteitainment every afternoon andreYenin; ,v. Etchardson, the special Iowa salesman and fintetainer will conduct the Sale. Bring jour goods will be charged. Very Truly. salesman and entertainer 'S3 85 S3 I ' .Via I i EiAi asked trora tt trails tor.UA. M.EN.RY MONMEIMj S3 stock Ja wnole or la lota to vut, au fixture and leaaa' " " LEAD, S, D ''n:s-?s:s?8:gi:s:3S:8s:s8:8:88:i8-8 m-m-t-9i-n-ti-mm--m-a-9 - ! - 7 ' 7 : ,. -- a a-w-BI a W-8-B;i:n:s:M:B:a:?8:S:8g

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