The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on May 4, 1900 · Page 7
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 7

Lead, South Dakota
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Friday, May 4, 1900
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tiiies. 24th YEAR. 1 LEAD. S. I). (BLACK HILLS ), FRIDAY MORNING, MAY, 4, 19J0. FIVE CENTS, i Dunng th past winter.1 since its organization, ther has ben a great mayor of the most important city in South Dakota. It is now up jo th" rest of us to salute his honor and do him homage. The Golden Star Club. At the regular meeting of the direc-t(,r? of the Golden Star club this week the usual business was transacted. A The Millinery Department maty pleasant dancing and ard parties and smokers given by the club The billiard and pool tables, the gym- deal of enthusiasm was manifest- coon nasium appointments and the reading and lounging room and the ball s ail Lave taken a favorable position with Lines Carried Dry Goods, Carpets and Draperies. the members and made the dub an or pit at the meeting over contemplated miprovements and acquisitions to the flubs rooms and appointments. The names of five new candidates were re-, reived and accepted into the folds of the club. This makes a total of fourteen new members to be taken into the Is now tbe center of the Store Atti action. At no time in its History have Stocks been more varied and complete. After all it's the business done","' Uy which popularity can be guaged, and this strengthens us in the belief iuat out Ooods iitid Prices are right, for more Hats of "BRICK ' design and trimming are being worn this Spring than ever before known. Ladies Ready-to-wear Department ganization to which it is a desire to belong. Co?isidering everything, it is Base Ball. UASE HALL. All who are interesied in the national game are requested to meet at the ortice of the state mine inspector, James Cusick, tomorrow. Saturday evening. It is the desire of the boys to oraginze and have a good ball team for this summer's sport and will do so if they are given the proper en a very cheap institution to the mem , lull during the month past and gives hers, and the people generally seem to realize it, for the membership list nas a total membership of about one hun dred and seventy-five active members Is growing to be one of the Strong Departments of the Store, and .this continued to grow, and there are several new applications in the hands of the secretary at present. couragement, or let all who. are inter MllHnArtr orirl N" seasons Sales so far are extremely large. There Is a substantial grown The athletic committee was given nower and instructed to purchase a ested in the game attend the meeting tomorrow evening. over years gone by, in the number of Customers who evidence by the purchases and favorable comments a recognition of the Merits of Our Goods. There are higher priced goods ottered in this Country than you will find here; oyr aim is to see that there are no better. You will find the Fashionable Things here as soon as they are out, but we do not charge you for the Style. You get value for every dollar you spend in this Department. Call ou us when you want anything in Ladies' Overwearables ready made. New Business Block. The contracts were signed yester ' The Next Mayor. To sum it all up, Frank Abt Sr., as mayor of Lead may perhaps not ruin the city altogether. It may safely, candidly at this time, be stated that after day for the building of the two-ttory i brick business block for Walter Sniead, quantity of ne wappartus for the gymnasium and also to select and procure suits for two base ball nines. It is the intention to organize ball nines for outdoor sport during the coming summer months, and be in a position to meet competing nines from the Olympic club of Deadwood and any other like organizations. It is also the Intention of the club members to take an active Interest in all athletic games and at some time during the summer, hold a field day at some place to be all he is not altogether bad. Ia fact he is a pretty nice old gentleman. He has never been in jail for horsestealing, nor does he drink or swear to ex PVrABlSHED (AM" FOR ft I 111 1 i'iuiuiv.1 t auu Ladies' Ready-to-wear Goods Clothing, Furnishings, and Shoes Trunks and Valises Groceries, Hardware Mine and Mill Supplies Qualities cess, we are inclined, tneretore, to 1876 enter upon the coming era of hir, ad Rev. Scott and Mrs. Reuben Miller. The Contract was awarded to J. T. Garland, of Deadwood. who is one of the leading contractors here. This property faces uion Mill street and extends west on Pine street. Exca-Aating for the basement and foundation Vails will be commenced immediately and the finishing of the building completed at a early a date as possible. The plans, by J. W. Cibbs. shows that an elegant block will adorn the site that was formerly the phi'-e of' selected later on. when prizes will be awarded for the superior work in the ,irious competitions, in which club members only will be permitted to ministration with comparative confidence. He is a pop, 'tis true, bfit that failing has long ago been diagnosed as a disease, and not simply a vicious habit, that could be controlled. He is ?-"sr .1 t i ii a take a part. These days will be held everv vear and there is no dmiltt but j in a Kod P08'1' " be mayor, tor h? that thev will be a source of great ' can affor,i t0 be Independent in His ac-pleasure and interest in the club rir. tions. at least from a personal bland 10 V I V "5 Till I "X. wn IM v m small frame shacks. - j Ld, So. Drr ly point. I nreats ot withdrawal or trade MINOR MENTION. Joe Laird, of Spearlish valley in Lead yesterday. Hwrral was and boycotts need have no terrors for him. for his business is not that of niirchandising a drawback to any man in politics, rnderstand. we don't QR. COVENTRY, Central ('; t that tli. lit- cream social at t ti -.Miners' hall tonight. When you want tli I market afford and a pli-;i dine try the Popular rest;- Specialist I take back anything nor crawilsh on j any stand we took in that last election, but simply want to do justice to j Mr. Abt and lend encouragement to i him in entering upon his duties as place to Specials... mailt. Office. Iiailor Mock. Lead, S. D. If you are looking for a good smoke for Chamison s MONARCH 1 In Our I strictly union-made cigar. Fa-torv in fiOYS TO BE PROVIDED FOR- ti C TI Mav block, Lead. tf A big shipment ot' liet'es and children's ready-to-wear hats was received at the Hig Ilrick store yesterday. Houses bought and sold, money loan ed. general insurance and notary public. Victor T. J'?pscn, Room 1, Cottou & Andrews block. Lead. S. IJ. if Ladies Ready Made Apparel Department Only the balance of this month to secure manufacturers prices on everything in the line ot Ladies Tailor Made Suits in Chi-viots, Venetians, Homespun, Coverts, Boys From 3 to 50 Years 01r All Needing: Suits and : : : Sale Day Saturday, May 5th, On this line of Goods. 1900 - 1 60 2 00 Series, Camel Hair, etc., all in the latest style at manufacturers prices. Suit for 75 cents worth $ Suit for Si. 00 worth Suit for SI. 50 worth Suit for S3. 75 worth Suit for S5. I0 worth. . . - Suit for $8.50 worth Wednesday evening there ai rived to brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Walsh a baby girl. Motliei and baby doing nicely. W H. Weils, who lias held a position in the hardware department of the lirick Store for several years, lias resigned his position and will remove with his family to Herniosa. j 2:50 5.00 8 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 Suit for SI 1.00 worth ! Suit for 15.00 worth, Ladies Jackets, Capes, Skirts. Waists. The latest in s'yles, colors, fabrics, form ihe spring and summer, now at manufac turer's prices. We guaranty- the fit ancl finish of evey garment in this department. A HI ' KC I A I OPPORTUNITY ia n-,w offet ed to secure a new Suit, Jacket, Waist, or Skirt for Easter at a saving of one-half on the regular price. it. ! 3 This is Your, Opportunity. Don't Miss Henry Svbiuizels assay uiliee and laboratory is located in the basement oi Faust's ni w block, Lead, aiu! he is prepared to (ill all orders in hid line, ff W. C. Toenges. who lias been em , Where Th'y Sell Cheap. lase s No. 5 Main Street Lead ployed witn tne lliiiiiestake as a car 'Black Hills Clothier' Lead. S. D. OSCAR SILVER penter for several years, has resigned Ins position, and expects to d-part for Cape Nome someliine nel month. Alexander Rose, the florist, is pre pared to furnish trees that are g.iaran teed to grow. Thousands of pot plants, pansies, verbenas, etc. D'cp a note, or call at his place, vacant lot near Episcopal church. Lead. -i-Ju-tt' J. A. BERGER lead. s. o. Great reductions on several new lines of shoes, just received pike-; that will entail a loss of profits, biu in this department, as in others il.ruoul the store, profits'nre lost sight oi ; nd costs are ignored in order to emphasize thje saving chances. S. R. SMITH MAMMOTH FURNITURE HOUSE OF THE BLACK HILLS. Before taking stut k on February, aid to make room for big f new goods, I will give very LIBERAL DISCOUNTS on Furniture Mrs. Dick Rodda was discharged ! THEO. E. GESKEY i Foreign Exchange. BROKER. Real Estate and Insurance from the hospital yesterday and returned to her home in iVrry. Mrs Rodda underwent an operation some time ago at the hands of the hospital Carpets, Crockery, Etc. physicians. I ! The ladies of the Catholic church at Central City will give an ice cream so It will pay you to come andjlook at the bargains in Crockery ami Lamps. Complete sets and remnants, all will go at very low prices. I have a small stock of Wall Paper-which must be sold before the new stock arives. There are some nice patterns left, and at pricea that will please you. cial at the Miners' L'nion hall this evening. Everybody is -welcome and invited to come and have a good time. AW Women's shoes in hand turned w.dts and machine sewed, tan and ulrck, Coin, Opera and Common Sense Toes, new and rp to date, goods wcith $3.50, included in this lot this -week J2.45 Women's Shoes, land turns and wolts, with silk vesting on all leather tops, full leather back stays, neset tees. Opera and Military heels, tqual to any $4.50 and $5.00 shoes, this week $3.50 Men's Shoes In tan, brown and black, Box Calf, Kangaroo and Vlcl Kid, with light and heavy extension soles - LEAD S. R. SMITH - Real Estate, Mines, Insurance, Loans. Rents Collected andxTtaies Paid. Legal Writing Done. Crafts Issued to all parts of the world. Railroad Tickets to and From all U. S. Points. Steamship Tickets to and from all parts of th3 World. Cabin bertha rrserved. U. S. Passports secured. European Consular and Notarial Documents. several years, where ne is iouowiug the occupation -of a jeweler. l i ne. W. H. Wells and family have decided COBWEB to move to Wisconsin, where Mr. Wells has large property interests needing his attention. Mrs. Wells and daughter. Miss Bessie, went down to Rapid vesting and all-leathef tops, latest toes, drill or calf lined, $5.00 values. this week $3.50 last Tuesday evening, where they vis It East Main St. South Dakota. Lead, Mrs. M. D. Mcintosh, wtio has been in Lead the past week, having her eyes treated by Dr. Coventry, has cotrfplete-ly recovered from the operation, and departed yesterday for Montana, to join her husband. The carload of trees and shrubbery received by Alex. Rose the latter part of last week has been disposed of and a new consignenient is expected within a few days. ti is well to get your orders In early. E. C. Smith, agency distributor for the New York Lire nlsurance company, and a partner of C. T. Taylor i nhis Squaw creek mining property, was in the city yesterday from Omaha and left for JJot Springs in the evening. Hilton Williams came in on last evening's Burlington and expects to visit in Lead for the next ten days. Hilton was reared in Lead and is known by all the old-timers, but has : made Chicago his home for the past ited friends until last evening, when they joined Mr. Well3 and cnotinued Always the Best Harrison Phone 273. Black Hills 'hoi9 104L'. their journey to Wisocnsin. A farewell social will be given at the M. E. parsonage this (Friday) eveninf Lead's Leading in honor of Rev. N. H. Schenck. who Uen' Shoes, in black and tan, lace and Congress, heavy and ntedihm soles, Kid, Russia and Cordovan Calt tops, U stylet of toes, up to date in every aj, this week v $2.45 Sirls and Boys' Shoe. Box Calf and Da&KoU leather, buttonand lace, medium heavy extension, toles, broad Coin toes, this week only .Jtl.tS will bid goodbye to his Lead friends, and depart on Monday next for Penn-sylvania.A cordial invitation Is extended to all friends, whether meiivbers Resort ANTHONY TRAUT PRACTICAL PLDMBBB and Steam Rttcr LEAD. SO. DAK No, 15 East Main Street LEAD. or not to be present. Refreshments will be served, the money therefrom to be given to the minister.

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