The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on December 7, 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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Friday, December 7, 1900
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tuies. FIVECESTa' LEAD, D. ( KLACK HILLS ),fkii)AV . ihkmhkk umo. 2nth YEAR. j Wanted At once, a pastry cook at jt Boston Coflee house. Mill street, M,ad. 12-2-tf ' JULIUS' RESORT. ! Julius Kebsamen's beer hall is con-i i. t,ientlv located in the basement be- Unusually COUPDKnAMM: County Superintendent Kate Mur-rin was visiting t tie Lead Kc hools yesterday Wolff Kink was mm h improved yesterday and will lie around aain in a few days. Hose Company No - are making preparations for tliei rannuaJ ball, which will take place on New Year's eve. at the Miner's I'nion hall A. F. & A. M. Regular meeting of Golden Star Lodge No. 9. A. F. & A. M., this Interesting 5 6 I T 8 & O 'i Are Our 2 ! 3 1 VOL HAVK l.KAKMOD OUR m8T MARK ; Thursday evening. Annual election of ofliccrs. All members are requested to lie present. II y older V. M. K. F. IHWIX. Sec. i ti.uth J. K. dearie's meat market, ! Main street. Lead. Business men's lium-h at noon rurvfd every fray, i Here you can always get the best of hot soups and the cooking is "just as l eooi as mother used to cook." The fa-1 i, ens Anheuser Hus. h beer lonstantly :i tap. A quiet, orderly, up-to-date i ;, j ti i ,i n 1). er l,:!l. YiMloi s from the ;i:-ourli!ig mi:iiy as well ; '-Hi-.., n, -in r i!iy ni !. .id ai- nr. !! ,. r.lll Hobday Presents. Wtlf K:lil. tie- In. Ll,:' ' : r el' ! .i has t ll i ; e:if 11111''." IM'ea! 'T I , pai ahull:- tor tli" lndidav trad" than ever b-d'ore, and has a large i-hnk of the finest jewelry. His line And we li;n learned t h:it we con not sell "I1 h inj' in a Basement COME AND OLT )IJlM'LOTIII(i AT COST MAKK. CHASESI WHERE THEY I; SELL CHEAP of diamonds, watches, jewelry, hand-painted chinaware, cut glass and silverware has no equal in the citv, and his prices are the lowest for thu best material. He aiso offers as a present a ladies' gold wa,tch and a diamond ring. With every $1 purchase he gives a ticket which entitles the purchaser to a chance In the above presents. His store Is at the old stand, on Mill street, and he Invites all to come and see his stock before purchasing. No trouble to show goods. tf Millinery, Readytowear, And Cloak Departments . . Jnst Now. I i i i- I liinu' i t f K i for late Full ami Winter wc.u is lici-c, and in abundance. Elegant shovi:m of Hats, the vci v latest in Suits, nobbiest of i-a j s, and evei-vliiinj; for aJiilds and infants wear. ' IN. Dry Goods And Ladies Furnishings Departments you cannot fail to be interested in our showing of DLIESS GOODS and TRIM, MINGS, UNDER WEAK and UOSIEliY, COR RIBBONS , and NOTIONS, OAIiPETS, RUGS CM FORTS, BLANKETS and CURTAINS. It will pay you to rieit US. Big Brick Store LEAD, S. D, No. 5 East Main Street, The It. II. t Ft. IV railroad had their six engines all at work yesterday, and are hardly aide to handle tin: immense volume of business with these. This is the tiist time that all the engines have had to be out at one time on this road, and the fact now shows an increasing business. Mrs. Lottie Iieemer and Mrs. George Beemer expect to leave next Saturday for Los Angcdes, California, where they will spend the balance of the winter. HenryDolan , a teamster, fell from his wagon yesterday and had two ribs broken as a result. His Injuries were attended to at the hospital. The funeral of William Henderson who died in Lead Monday, will take place at 3 o'clock from the Episcopal church this afternoon. Miss Kittie Webster will leave this morning over the Burlington I for-Stayville, Miss. She will make her home wth her sister. The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Arentl of Terraville, died yesterday. Funeral tomorrow at 2:30, Rev. Peters officiating. Mrs. Bailor and two children returned home yesterday after a several weeks' visit with the parents of Dr. Bailor In Nebraska. The Germanla club will meet this evening for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year. C. B. Jordan is in the city from his home near Tilford, attending to business interests. Wolff Fink, the Jeweler, Is confined to his home a very sick man. sore and he was taken to the hospital, but his injuries were not PARISIAN DRESSMAKING PARLORS. Over J. K. Searle's Store. B. O. Malone of Grand Island, Neb., is in Lead. Mrs. John Monhelra of Sturgis was In Lead shopping. Headquarters for fine Dressmaking of all kinds, at right priees. Miss Marguerite Glbbs was able to FURS MADE OVE. Everything First Class. MAIN STREET LEAD. be down town for a short time yester day, the first since her recent illness. Sam Lamont 'came from his p'eso'-.t heme nt' Aurora, 'en Kis health imrroed torv much since he left Lead. He will ro- Mllton Polk, city editor of the Tri bune, who has been down at Lincoln Wanted! Wanted! J. P. Smith, successor to Rosey & 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. Drawing Their Summer' Pay. Since the new water ditch from Spearflsh creek into Lead baa been completed, the Homestak company has been paying out a large amount of money to the men who have been working along .the .line. the. past several months. A large number of those employed did not draw their time each month, but allowed It to accumulate, but now that their services arenot needed they are drawing what is due them. Several have time-checks for several months,, and in this way there, has accumulated about 525,000, whfch was not drawn on pay ays. The reason for this was that .some had money enough to last them anfl they knew the' company was aa , good. as. the bank, while others only drewenough to actually meet thsir .SWrtefceesaiy etpenses' and they v--r all evidently looking out for a rainy day. Many of them ,too, were people ' ';' who came in from Nebraska and other . points to get" "a stake? from' their j summer's, work, and thy wHl mostly frjt-all Return lb .their respective homesi The' force along the ditch haa been greXly"mbacea aiil there' arte "tridflT C) i Jess, than .a hundred , men. employed, and they are doing the finishing work. ' '. Caught by Cave-In. f Lst leafing shortly before quit-j&rtlng time, one of the men working in - the sewer ditch in front of A. J. '" Johnson's reed' store on"Iwer Main street was- caught by a cave and completely buried up to the necV only "- his head appearing ajwethe earthen mass. Fellow workmen were soon to his rescue and In about ten minutes had him out from his disagreea Three CenU. ..On next Saturday, December 8th, all of our best 7 and 8 c calico at 3c per yard. Limit 12 yards to each buyer, at the ' 3t MONHEIM CLOSING SALE.' H.ifo sixxdL Accident ..Insurance.. GESKE Y & MONAHAN and Omaha for several days, returned home last 'evening.' The funeral of John Eaves occurred yesterday afternoon from the Baptist church in Lead. Interment was made In South .Lead cemetery. , Mrs. Dr. Baifleld and daughter and daughter, who have bee? in Lead for some time, left yesterday morning for Pierre, the latter-to Omaha. I 'George. Collins oame up from his home .in Nebraska last evening to look after flome business Interests In Lead. He will be here several fflays. , " The display of blankets in Berger's show" window this week is very attractive. It represents one 6f the finest stocks in this line that has been onsale in this city. " Mrs. Thomas Monaban in preparing to have built & two-story dwelling house In the rear of the Springer hotel, directly opposite the residence of P. A. Gushurst. The new building will be modern In every way -u i ; ' e a e a sis 2S L. D. Bailor, M. D. J. L. Etch, M. D. , DRS, BAILOR A ESCH. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat a specialty. Glasses accorately fitted. : Office No. 119 Main St. ' Additional Belt on Page 77" . ANTHONY TRAUT PRACTICAL PLDMBEB and Steam fitter Soutn Dakota Steve Zerega Wants to sec you when you are in search bf WINES. : LIQUORS. ORCIGARS And U yo- knew his price on thes goods, you would wait to tee him. ve Got It! You want It Let's Get Together. Yours for business, STEVE. Lead, :S8:8:S:8:S:S:88:8:88:S:'SS:88:S:S:S8:8:S:88:S:?8:S:83S Alex. Rose makes a specialty trees and shrubbery of any kin Size. Cut flowc-s on haad. Ordart solicited from all parts of the H1U main street, Lead. Henry Schnitzels assay office and laboratory is located In the basement of Faust's new block, Icad, and he Is prepared to all all orders la his line, fr ble predicament. A large rock came Inst his breast, making him quite 8o. DAK L.BAD. a(2ilm u I 88 la innnn m n nnnnnnnnn n S3 Qoine Out if IU W O V IV Yl X 11 H n 11 Y t Ti V VI f 8! . I i s ' . r J Selling at Private Sale St mu flUNAMH, S3 Business ! ! and Auction XSv ITD ITTr a LB S84 'fUlunn: ... . w-Vf.KrQ. tec is sale.' J mJ hu created stimnsftHne! in this iiec.of the woais, and we intend to keep it warm anb goinir until every vesti-e is sold. The people have earned have lots of nice choice bits left in all depart- ent$, But they are being depjernished rapidly, and? we- advise all to get around. ; 'St broi :. .t J'-u i1 nna on all side yheyarew the.Drea Goods.Silk8f.iSatina-.TrimininSr8. Millinery, Suits, Jackets, Capes, Furs, -Gloves. Laces Em-9.denes, Crsaarpetsnkets. Com forts, Chna. and Crockeryware; also a nice assortment of Holiday Goods that will please you. t (mU.. t t'lioa l $ if K 1)31 Hii . ' ' -.:& i i,' .nt 11 r- a I No Such , Sale Ever Held lit the Black Hills '.I' i. si Anctloa tnrr nn .nf 7 fWl W imenU to go to -oSorXttd Imt J All goods sold at prtrate aale Ml cost, f f 7l.TV " . . , n teandoo many roods XMt haa been loatC - - 4 j av m . v w hi. saw mv- m. isnterudnxieata erery Battrr- aay ac 1:09 p. n. ' J. M. Rlckardson. Sum iowa uiseman, and' auctioneer, M a a .- k. Lumuucu ina ma . k . 1 1 f . 1 ' 1 . m m . . Ai Monnsinra closing -Out 8ala.? c Bids asked from the trad tor ths stock la -whola or iatt to rolt, also- m ' Make me an offer on my residence and threo lota fat HIawatna F&rk. Highest bidder rets them. fixtures ana .less. . s X f;Q ggwp: y gap: r:ff y gyy 1 11-

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