The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on December 29, 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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Saturday, December 29, 1900
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tines. 25h YEAR. LEAD, S. D. (BLACK HILLH SATURDAY, DECEMBER '20, 1900. FIVE CEJJT8. Al Rose has a fine line of flowers ard will be well stocked for the holi day trade. Parties wishing flower, leave orders at S. Gilbert's, or call at Greenhouse, next to Episi opal church. 12-132W In Every Department Christmas Goods. . . . The Greatest Reduction GOODS MUST BE SOLD. In Winter Merchandise 0ffered The prices we make are without This regard to cost. Season. JULIUS' RESORT. Julius Rebsamen s beer hall Is conveniently located in the basement beneath J. K. Searle's meat market. I there is already a temple bearing the same name. The following officers were elected: John Carrol, Ven. heik; E. McDonald. Royal Vizor; W. M. Lyon, Grand Kmir; Georgo W. Wells. Mehedi; J. J. Meade, secretary: L. D. Jacobs, treasurer; Thomas Connors, Muriel; , William Nelk, Sahib. Over a hundred and fifty names arc-already on the i nailer list and fully fifty mor-- are expei ted by the time for instituting arrives. The next step is to K'i the chatter, after v. hich the ito; al De-'ne will I'e conferred and a great f"i. t will be partaken of. The ini'iiil crs of the temple come, from every subordinate lod.'e in the Hills. ! Paper Established at Central. If there is anviliiii' Central in her boom really ihm ls. and that is absolutely lie e.--;.' .' o it s existence, it is a newspaper. ;md that if' es-ity This great store Is emphatically Holiday headquarters, and our prices (quality considered) are absolutely the very lowest Never before have our stocks been so complete and varied. Our variety U jur strong card. Main street, Lead. Ilusinesw men's lunch at noon served every day. ' Here you can always get the best of ; hot soups and the cioking is "just as ' nood as mother used to cook." The fa-i ii, oils Anhcuscr-Huseh beer ionstantly j on tap. A quiet, oideilv, up-to-date j German beer hall. Visitors from the I surrounding country, as well as ci'i- zens ! erjerally of Lead are invited I to call. o YOU WILL FIND. In Dry Goods depi. Any Lady's or Child's Jacket in our store at one-half marked price. Any Lady's or Misses' Cape at one-half marked price. Our line of Trimmed Hats for Ladies, Misses and Children is absolutely up-to-date, not an old piece of goods in the store. It all goes at half marked price. Ladies' Silk, Satin, French Flannels, Brilliantine, and all classes of Fall and Winter Waists in great variety, at one-third less than regular prices. ..Our entire line, of Percale and Flannelette Wrappers, one-third off marked price. Our line of Furs is still complete.. .One-third off on all fur goods In M llnery Dept, Heady made Dresses, Dressing Sacks, Capes, Jackets, Wrappers, Infants' Wear. Trimmed Hats, Waists, Mackintoshes, Ladies', Misses' and Child's Furs, Shawls, Knit Goods. Dress and aWist Patterns in Silk and Wool, Gloves, Handkerchiefs Delts, Fans, and all kinds of fan' cy goods. Rugs, Curtains, Carpets, Table Silverware, Celluloid and silver novelties. Toilet Cases, Albums, Fancy Boxes and an endless variety of articles both useful and ornamental. Holiday Presents. Wolff Fink, the leading jeweler of Load, has this year made greater preparations for the holiday trade than ever before, and has a large stock of the finest Jewelry. His line of diamonds, watches', jewelry, hand-painted chinaware, cut glass and silverware has no equal In the city, and iCHASES WHERE THEY SELL CHEAP has spiling into ei tenee. lt is to be a weekly paper, and will lie owned, ami edited by Col. Joe Todd, who was city editor on the Lead Call last summer, and General Secor, who has also held a like position on the same paper. Both have recently been publishing the Spearfish Register. A bright future is in store for Central, and the boys have decided to move tho Register plant from Spearfish to eCntral, the first load arriving yesterday. The boys are well acquainted with newspaper work and are well known in the Hill. o Installation and Election. No. 5 East Main Street, In clothin? Dept, Fine Neckwear, Men's Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Umbrellas, Jewelry, Suits for Men and Boys, Hats, Overcoats, and Shoes of all kinds for Men Women and Children. In Hardware Dept. Carving Sets, Carpet Sweepers, Fine Cutlery and Scissors, Cooking Utensils, Enameled and Granite Ware. his prices are the lowest for the best I material. He aiso offers as a present i a ladles' gold watch and a diamond ring. With every $1 purchase he , gives a ticket which entitles the pur- j chaser to a chance In the above pres- j ents. His store Is at the old stand, on i THE BIG CONTRACT COMPLETE. Mill street, and he Invites all to come and see his stork before purchasing. No trouble to w goods. tf tlfled as to tho work that they were doing for unfortunate women and little children. Nineteen years ago no state gavo protection to girls over ten years of age. Now the average Is fifteen years, and in the equal suffrage The Sewer System in Lead About Complete and Ready For City. The sower system In Lead Isprac- Grocery Dept. The finest and best of canned goods, pure spices, teas and coffees, and extracts; all kinds of table delicacies and everything needed for the Xmas dinner. u ' i j a 1 1, !. i i j I j9.,t hlSIAN tleally complete. Yesterday the last states It Is eighteen years. DRESSMAKING PARLORS. Store. Over J. K. S?arle's -THE. The Koya' Arch Masons l.eld an I election Thfsday evening, at their j lodge In. Society hall, and afterwards all tho officers were duly Installed. The following is a list of tho new of- 1 ficers: Georgo Boomer, H. P.; K. F. , Krwin. King; C. li. CooliiK'e, Scribe; ! Harry Schnitzel, treasurer; Bunletto Moody, secretary; John Staples, O. ('. of the II.; T. R. Stoner, I". S ; Smith j Pentley, cap'nin; 3rd V.ul. I'eter ! Thompson; 2nd Vail. John Johns; 1st Vail, Thomas L. Kedlon; sentinel, John Quayle, Store Big Brick Since 1881 eight "round the world" missionaries have preached the gospel of temperance in all lands. The World's W. C. T. U. was organized ten years after the National first met In Washington. Then, twenty-one countries were represented. At Edinburgh last June fifty-seven countries were represented by delegates, and auxiliaryship. In 1884 Maine made her statutory prohibitory law a part of her constitution. A bill was recently Introduced Into the Vermont legislature to repeal Its prohibitory law, but this Headquarters for fine Dressmak-.ig o all kinds, at ri;;ht prices. FURS MCE0VE. Everything First Class. MAIN STREET LEAD. 2nd Hand Store of tho $45,000 contract which was entered Into between the City of Lead and P. McDonald several months ago, was finished. The last of the work to be done was in Washington addition, and that, as well as the balance of the sewer lines In the city. Is now ready to turn over to the city authorities. However there Is still to be run an extra spur from the head of the sewejf In tho north part of town for a. distance of about three hundred yards, where It will connect with a - large tank still to be built. This tank Is for the "purpose of supplying water when the sewer Is being flushed, and -will be built up close to the round houBo now under construction by the Fort Pierre Railroad company, at the head of Poorman. The only obstacle standing In the LEAD, S. D I ay the Smith & Roney will highest price for . . . was defeated. Funeral Today. The funeral of John Noyes, who died at Terry Thursday, will bo held from the residence in Terry this afternoon at 2 o'clock, and the remains will be taken to the M. R. church at Lead, where services will be held. Interment will be In South Lead 8.:&:&.$:&:a::a:8:a:8:88:8:S:S:S::S:K:;:a:a::S.:tt;&:?.-:!-!-.-.. At the last election, Portland, Me., snowed under Its high sheriff who had been largely responsible for the viola-lton of the prohibitory law. In his stead was elected a man who for twenty-five years had preached total Sscond-Jand Furniture, Etc When you are buying and want bargains call at their place of business. Mill street, Lead, South Dakota way of the immediate operation of the sewer Is the long tunnel, which is 600 eliclcX Accident feet In length. The contractors, Messrs. Lashley & Rice, expect to have their contract complete by the 15th of January. Then it will be necessary to wall up the tunnel before ..Insurance.. abstinence and prohibition in that city. The Lead W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Green, No. 206 Summit street. South Lead, on Wednesday afternoon next at 2:30. 8 Gaza Temple D. O. K. K. Pursuant to call a large number of Knights of Pythias assembled at Cas- No New Cases Developed. There have been no new cases of smallpox to develope in Lead the past two days, rumors to the contrary notwithstanding. There Is just one case with the disease, and one suspect, and they are both confined at the pest house. The physician reports the sick man as getting along nicely. Next Monday night Is the date of it can be used. The material for this purpose is all upon the ground, and it 'Will not require very long to com a 2 S3 plete the work as soon as the tunnel GESKEY & MONAHAN, Soutli Dakota 1b turned over to the masons. The progress made upon the system has j the dance, to be given by Hose Com Steve Zerega Wants to sec you when you are in search of WINES. LIQUORS. OR CIGARS And If yoa knew his price on these goods, you would wat t to see him 've Got 1:1 You want It Let's Get Together. Yours for business, STEVE. :8:8:8:8:8:8: 8:88:8:8:83:8:8:8 -.8:88:8:8:8:88:8:8: 8:S:8:8fcS:8. pany No. 2. Remember the date and don't let tho opportunity of anenjoy-ablo evening pass. been marvelous, but all conditions have been exceptionally favorable. The conditions o fthe weather was all that could possibly be wished for at this time of the year. It was feared In "T.IB NORTHWESTERN LINE" il tie hall Thrusday evening to effect an organization of the Dramatic Order Knights of Khorassan. This order, which Is a branch of Pythlanlsm is only organized In the larger places, and only one temple can be organized in the Hills at this time, hence It is quite an honor for Lead to secure the organization. The name decided on was Gaza temple, which will be accepted by the head officer, unless tha short line between DEADWOOD ANTHONY TRAUT PRaCTIQ PLUMBER the beginning that a great amount of and SIOU CITY, SIOUX FALLS, ST. PAUL.. MINNEAPOLIS and DULUTH. Henry Schnitzel's assay office and laboratory Is located In the basement of Fausfs new block, Lead, and he is prepared to fill all orders in his line. tf Rtter SO. DAP and Steam LEAD, Please bear this m mind. :8:8:8:8:8:S:?:S:8ilSig:a jj 8:a:Vtt:S:S:M::S:S::S8:--:S: 8:8:38:8:8:8:8: 8:8:8:8:8:8:8:8 :8: :8:8:S3:8:,V8:8:8:8:8:8:8:8:8:8:8 :8: 8:8:8:8:8:8:8:8 -88:8:8:8:8:8 8:8:8:8:88 rock work would be encountered In the excavation, but such was not the case, in fact there wa3 very little -blasting necessary, and this fact enabled the work to be pushed more rapidly. The contractors did not expect to be able to complete th noe-c pect to be able to complete the contract before spring, but they showed a creditable energy and push thruout and. all the men that "could possibly be used were employed, and together with the thoro knowledge of the business on the part of the contractors, has been due the very satisfactory results obtained. There is probably no one in Lead more pleased over the completion of the sewer than Is Mayor Abt To SS is is is MONHE M HENRY 88, ss is, CLOSING OUT SALE. ss si SSi ss SS' is Sell- hare the sewer system put In this city under his reign has been his pet bobby, if It may be termed In that way. He has devoted a great portion of bis time during the construction of the system to a personal sup-errislon and the city's interests hare not been neglected in any particular as far as we bare heard. He is proud of the results that have been attained And the people of Lead accord with him In bis pride. Auction every day at 2 and 7 p. m. ing at cost at private sale. ss SS ss is SSi is is ss ss, hi i ss ptafe ss is ss ! ss ss, a, Bids asked from the trade for the stock in whole or in lots to suit; also fixtures and lease. ,W. C. T. U. Correspondence. (Miss E. Benjamin.) I her president's adrdess before the National W. C. T. U. convention At Washington, recently closed, Mrs. Lillian Stevens reviewed some of the sains since the organisation last met la the capital city, nineteen years ago. In 1881 the treasurer reported the receipts, including; dues, as something over 2500. This year the receipts are orer ten times that amount, and the membership Is orer eight times aa large as then. When the nation's White Ribbons first met In Washington there were no compulsory temperance educational lavs. Now these v exist ln erery state except Georgia and Utah, and Is all of the territories 'at welt rr1-:- r: In 1881 there was but one police matron in the country at -Portland, Me. In Chicago tuere ia bow one at every-station. Recently-at a W. C. T. ', U. conrentlon in Rhode Island, seven police matrons In that state tea-! ss ss a a, HENRY Mate me aa offer on my residence and three lots tn Hiawatha Park Highest bidder get them, MONHEIM ss LEAD, S, D. is ss :'tt- 8:S:8:g:a:a:8:a :8:a:8:8:8::S8:8 8:8:8:8:8:8:8: 8:8:8:8:8:8:8:8 :8:&8rC8:8:88:8: 8:8:8:8:8 8.8:8 :gfc ng; B-'8:a:a:8-8-8 SaS::: ::tt-:"::S: '2!3j Y

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