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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 7

Lead, South Dakota
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Saturday, May 5, 1900
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tiiies. 24th YEAR. LEAL). S. I). ( BLACK HILLS ), SATURDAY MORNING, MAY, 5, 1900. FIVE CENTS. families and much interest was mani- ' eree ted upon this site and will be a festeil by all, the universal sentiment I being that a ward school must ! had Hose Company No 2 Election. A! the regular meeting of Hose coni-I'Miy No. 2 .the semi-annual election of ,,ft;,His took plate, and resnlte.! in Hinnias Brownlee being elected as The Millinery Department Lines before the next term begins. It is estimated that fully 100 pupils will attend from the first, second and tnird foreman, with J. C. Conant, first assist model of convenience for the tire company and a .credit to that portion of the city. The subscriptions so far have been very liberal, and with what can reasonably be expected from the balano eot the property owners, and the amount on hand in the company's treasury, they will be' able to build and furnish their new quarters without 'nciirring a large debt, to be a menace to the company for years to come. graeies, anel a petition was drawn up ant, and George Ebersole. second as-ustiirif A. Patriquin, secretary, John Wilson, treasurer; George Morris and Frank Heitler, trustees, and George Morris as the member of the fire board. The matter of rebuilding the com Carried Dry Goods, Carpets and Draperies. sMiUinepf--aDd Ladies' yfeady-to-wear Goods pany's hose house was discussed but no Is neiw the e-e'iit re- of the store' attraction. At no time- in its history have stevks be-en nieire' varied'and e-omidete After all its the business done, by which popularity inn ! guaged. and this strengthens us in the belief that our 'looels and Prices are right, feu- mere hats of "PRICK" design and trimming are ncing worn this spring than ever before known. Ladies Ready-to-wear Department Is growing to be one of the streing departments of the store and this Seasem's Sales so f ir are extremely large. There is a substantial growth over years gone by, in the number of customers who evidence by their pur-e hases anel favorable comments a e'i ognition of the merits ot our goods. There are higher prieeel goods offe-red in this country than you will rind here; euir aim is to see that there are no better. You will finil the fashionable things here as soon as they are out. bu t we do not e harge you (or the style. You get value for eery dollar you spend in this department. Call on us whe n you want anything in Ladies' Ov erwearables ready maele. and given to Dan Kennedy, H. A. Ran and Al. Farwell to circulate among the South Lead residents, and secure the actual number of children who would attend,- which petition will be handeel to the board of education with a petition for the stablishment of the school. The reasons why a school in that part of the CjiVy is needed are extremely pertinent, among them being that the first, second and third grades of our public schools are always overe'rowded during the warm seasons, and during the cold and stormy seasons many are obliged to drop out. About ten children from Kirk can also be afforded Rich Cement. Otto Grautz has a force of men working on his property near th'.' rich strike. They have put a shaft down 20 feet and are drifting in a westerly direction. Vesterday at a distance of fifteen feet from the shaft, in the faee of the drift a layer of cement twenty decided plan was formed. The eoni-pany has about two thousand dollars in the treasury, but this is not suffl-, ient to meet the obligations of building and furnishing new quarters, and so the subject still remains undecided as the company is adverse to going into debt in building new quarters. The company otherwise is in a prosperous condition, and altho they have merely a cart house and are compelled to hold their meetings at the city hall or such other place as they may secure they remain as united as ever and redely to devote their time and experience at battling with the name, inches thick was encountered, which assays a!l the way from $;t)0 to $132 golel per ton, and is unquestionably the school advantages, by establishing the South Lead school. liehest cement ore so iar repeuteel Pc-rABllSHED Mr. Grantz will continue to drift plong the slates, anel if a large bodv of the FOR IT5 Alert Hose Company Active. The Alert Hose company are ac rie'h cement ore is found he will put I Qualities ft 1876 tively at work planning for a new hose Clothing:, Furnishings, and Shoes Trunks and Valises Groceries, Hardware Mine and Mill Supplies up a big cyanide plant. He propose, to thoroly explore the ground and learn exactly what he has Tribune. hous. They have had drawn p pa when the sound of the alarm is given. per for the purpose of obtaining the signatures of persons wishing to contribute to the building fund. This will be circulated among the property-holel- illlll! South Lead School Matters. The meeting in South Lead Tuesday evening, pursuant to the published call held for the purpose of discussing the ward schejol proposition, was attended In- about twenty-five eif the heads of 'On i.i iv HlLI S no UUES Lead, So. Di MINOR MENTION. X. V. Tomblin w;s an arrival from Aurora. 111., yesterday. A baby ley arrived at tlje home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace of Lead. Workmen , euiVmeiiced graeling yesterday for the new Fawcetl t Woift building. If you aie looking fcr a good smeike ask fer Chamisou's MONARCH strictly union-made cigar, factory m May block. Lead. tf ers in the western portion of the city, or that part which will be directly benefited by the establishment of the company at the intended location. The Homestake company has given the' Alert company a lot on Main street, fillxlOl feet, which lies em the south side of the street, on property whieh was formerly known as the Girardie ground. Kngineeis have surveyed the lot and work- will bo commenced as QR. COVENTRY, Specialist Office, Bailor Block. Lead, S. I). Specials... sexin .us the uo s see tneir way clear A frame building iMx.'O feet will ! 1 1 1 ' , 1 In Our TO BE PROVIDED FOR.. JB0YS I. 11. Chase w;s vision;; his dry geiods establishment in Lead yesterday. Ceorge Fisher, who has been in Lead for several days, will rturn to his home at We lceune today. House s bought and sold, money loan ed. general insurance and notary public. Vicior T. J-.-pse-n, Room I, Cotton & Andrews block. Lead. S. L. tf Weird from S. U. Smith brings the information that .Mrs. Tavlor is im 8 .1 Old Boys From 3 to 50 Years Ladies Ready Made Apparel Department Only the balance eif this month to secure j manufacturers prices on everythino- in the line ef Ladies Tailor Made Suits in'Chi-J vieits, Venetians, Homespun, Coverts, All Needing Suits and : : : Sale Day Saturday, May 5th, 1900 On this line eit .(tkk1s. 5 Suit fer 75 cents worth $ Suit fe.r SI. 00 worth Suit for SI .50 worth Suit for S3. 75 worth s Suit for S5.00 worth 1 50 2 00 2:50 5.00 8.00 proving, altho not unite' emt ef danger. A fine baby boy arrived ;.t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Storey, ed Ter-raville. ami Henry is doing th- light thing. Henry S.-hn.:ze's assay otlicc- and laboratory is located in the basement of i Series, Camel Hair, etc., all in the latest styles at manufacturers prices. Suit for S8.50 worth 12 00 Suit for $11.00 worth 15 00 Suit for $15.00 worth.. . 20 00 8? it 1 Fausfs new Mock. Lead, and he is prepared to till all orders in hu line, ff Ladies Jackets. Capes, Skirts, Waists. The latest in s'.yles, colors, fab-rie s, form the spring and summer, now at manufacturer's prices. We guarantee the fit and finish of evey garment in this department. A SPECIAL UPrORTL'MTY is now offeied to secure- a new Suit, Jacket. Waist, or Skirt for Kaster at a saving of one-half on" the regular price. It. This is Your Opportunity. Don't Miss ; j Where They Sell Cheap. i VflSC S No Majn 5treet Lead 'Black Hills Clothier' Load. S. D. OSCAR SILVER Mrs. Ki hard lilacksteine and daughters are expeeted to arrive home to-rnorreiw from California, where- they they have spe-nt the pa.-.t winter. Max Hopkins. Mr. Steel1 and Mr. Thompson, oim men who are working their way thru the School of Mine's at Rapid, arrived in Lead yesterday and Will heiv diiriiiLi t heir vacat ion. Arthur (.ie-reiux. of Tvrav:lle, is ;tl-m us jiremd a man as one usually sees, and all em account of his wife presentini, him with lhp'yboys Thurs J. A. BERGER S. R. SMITH MAMMOTH FURNITURE HOUSE LEAD. S. n. Great reductions nn several new lines of shees. just receive ! prie e -s that will entail a loss of profits, bu. in this department, as in others thruout tiieo. e. geskey Foreign Exchange. BROKER. Real Estate and Insurance OF THE BLACK HILLS. the store, profits are lost sight ci ; nd eests are ignored in order ty er.iphr.size the saving chances. Women's shoes in hand turned w.dts and machine sewed, tan and olrck. Coin, Opera and Common Sense Toes, B fe;re taking stock on February l.'.th, ard to make room for big shipments of new goods. I will give veiy LIBERAL DISCOl'NTS on Furniture Carpets, Crockery. Etc. , It will pay you to come and look at the bargains in Croekery anr, Lamps. Complete sets and remnants, all will go at very low prices. r hai-P a small stock of Wall Paper which must be sold before the day night. There' was in the Ceroux home' seven ehildien up to this time, ami nev there are only ten. Alexander Reese', the florist, is prepared to furnish trees that are guaranteed to greiw. Thousands of pot plants, pansier, verbenas, etc. Deep a note, or call at his place, vacant lot, near Episcopal church. Lead. 4-20-tf Rhinehart Thompson, who left Lcal a few months ago with his family with the intention of making his future RearEstate, Mines, Insurance, Loans. Rents Collected and Ttaxes Paid. There are some nice patterns left, and at prices that will new and vp to date, goods wcith $3.50, included in this lot this week $2.46 Women's Shoes, hand turns and welts, with silk vesting on all leather tops. i Legal Writing Done. Drafts Issued to new stock arives. please you. all parts of the worlc LEAD S. R. SMITH S. home in his native country, Holland, Railroad Tickets to and From all U. Points. Steamship Tickets to parts of th3 World. and from all Cabin bertha The. , full leather back stays, newest te.-es. Opera and Military heels, tqual to any and 500 shoes, this week $3.S0 Men's Shoes In tan, brown and black, Box Calf, Kangaroo and Vicl Kid, with light and heavy extension soles vesting and all-leather tops, latest toes, drill or calf lined, $5.00 values, this week f. has returned. There are worse countries than I'nrle Sam's domain. Tomonow is Suneiay and we all expect something a little extra fine for our dinners. Fortunately we are in a land where our wishes can be gratified and in this particular case you can get the best of everything at the Popular restaurant at the regular weekday price. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Torrence of Chicago are visiting in Lead. They reserved. U. S. Passports secured. ' European Consular and Notarial Documents. COBWEB 11 East Main St. Men's Shoes, in black and tan, lace and South Dakota. Lead, Congress, heavy and medium soles, ; Always the Best Harrison Phone 273. Black Hills PUoi') 1012. ning to it. This was a loss of one balance of the property owner?, and transformer was placed in position yesterday and all is well again. Put the proverb that the course of true love never runs smooth is applicable here, inasmuch as there are troubles to be settled. James Julius claims the surface title to the ground in question, he having purchased it from the Girardi estate. The ground, however, is patented by the Homestake, and is outside of the original townsite, and the only claims, it appears, the surface claimants have is the fact that one Girardi, deceased, fenced the ground in and in this way the property has beea held unimproved. If it conies to a legal question the patentees will probably have the -disposition of the property regardless of fences. Lead's Leading Resort . are in the west on their wedding tour. Mr. Torrence is an old-tiwo acquaintance of W. A. Quimby and wife, of this city: He is connected with a wholesale house of -Chicago, and will remain in Lead only a short time. Wednesday night during the thunderstorm, one of the 150-light transformers of the Belt Light & Power company was burned out by a bolt of lightning striking the wire and run- Kid, Russia and Cordovan Calf tops, a styles of toe, up to date in every w7, this week $2.45 Girls' and Boys Shoes, Box Calf ana Doasola leatherbutton and lace, mediant heavy extension soles, broad toe this wek only 1: $1.25 ANTHONY TRAUT PRACTICAL PLDHBBR and Steam Rtter LEAD. SO. DAS L No, 15 East Main Street LEAD. . r - -.ft

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