The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on May 11, 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 11, 1900
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The Lead- Daily PiONEERTiriEs. LEAD. S. I). (BLACK HILLS ), FRIDAY MORNING, MAY, 11, 1HK). FIVE CENTS. 24th YEAR. Move on. . i,, ic if alter the existing The Millinery Department: Lines ;r,di',i,ns of things materially in this , if he is successiui iu 11..J...& tll ,,tm chances. There ru , ..... ti,p nne which Dar Carried tre several. i -t . ... -.h us as beinK a hard one ,L enforcing of the crowds upon L gtreet corners a"" B,.... .. r atnne the sidewalks to was decided to build a one-story ,d'k as suggested liy the I'ioneei-Tinies several days ago. The building will be built with foundation walls suffi-citly strong that a second story may be added in the future, should the company wish to make this addition. There is now over three thousand dollars in the treasury of the company, a sufficient amount to meet the demands for the new building, and for furnishing the same thruout. A committee of three was appointed to have charge of the building and they were instructed to commence work as soon as practical. The committee consisted of Dan Rice, Lew Walsh and Charles Coolidge. The building will be erected upon the site of the old building which was destroyed by Are. ar ous in""'" Ive on," all the same as ou rslster it5 Chicago. Ever since we can re-rtnber, it has been the practice of the Is now the centre of the store attraction. At no time in its history have stocks been more ari-d and complete Alter all its the business done, by which jicpAilaiity ian be guaged, anil this strengthens us in the belief that our '.oods and Trices are right, for mere hats of 'I'KK'K" design and trimming are being worn this spring than er before known. Ladies Ready-to-wear Department Is growing to le one of the strong departments of the store and this Season s Sales so far are extremely lar ge. There is a substantial growth over years gone by. in the number of c ustomers who evidence by their purchases and favorable comments a eeog nition of the merits ot our goods. There are higher priced goods offered 1 n this country than you will find here; our aim is to see that there are no bett er. You will find the fashionable things here as soon as they are out. bu t we do not charge you for the style. You get value for eery dollar you spe pd in this department. Call on us when you want anything in Ladies' Ov erwearables ready made. ten not at worn 10 -h--L comers and in groups along the Idewalk. and it is a ia - iry annoying practice to the pedestri-u and especially the ladies, but we Henry Toenges expects to start for Caje Nome tomorrow. Mrs. J. Cameron who has been very sirk for severaV-weeks, is reported as iiimh improved. Houses bought and sold, money loan ed, general insurance and notary public. Victor T. Jepsen, Room 1, Cotton & Andrews block, Lead. S. D. If Milton Jones left yesterday for Minneapolis, where he expects to remain. He has been working in Lead the past several months. Henry Sohn.tzels assay1 olfice and laboratory ib located in the basement of raust's new Olock, Iiead, and he is prepared to fill all orders in his line, tf The police force of Lead have ordered an entire new lot of uniforms,, and will have the same pattern of uniform, which will give the force a more metropolitan appearance. Tho. Geskey, Robert Tackabury and I'. C. McHugh drove down to Fort Meade yesterday morning to be present at the auction sale of condemned horses at that place, which took place yesterday. , The wife and two children of Ole Hoik of Terraville. has gone to W'tuer-town, this state, on a visit of three months. The health of Mrs. Hoik has not been Kxd for some time, and she goes in the hope that the change will re inclined to tninK mm uu. -.. Fill have a very interesting time In r-ttre. Why not put (bating i"r ' olice officers upon the corners as a Law Against Bawdy Houses. The city council of Lead, the old council, passed an ordinance making it lureau of Information, auu iu Dry Goods, Carpets and Draperies Millinery and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Goods Clothing. Furnishings, and Shoes Trunks and Valises Groceries, Hardware Mine and Mill Supplies edestrians from oeing run u.c. jtreet cars? FcfABllSHED L-S" 1876 Hose Company No. 1 to Build. At the meeting of Hose Company No. Wednesday evening, the regular bus- 1 VUAUTItb unlawful for any person to rent, or allow their property that may be situated within the city limits, to persons who will use said property as houses of ill-fame or bawdy houses. Any person violating this provision, upon conviction, will be subject to a fine of $1 '. or not to exceed three mpnth's imprisonment. This ordinance is now in effect. Less of the meeting was transacted, kd LTD i considerable time was consumed the discusslonof the building of a ew hose house. borne 01 uie iu- in favor nf building a two- 'On prs weic in i" - ory structure, even tho the company -..u u mnoilpd to eo in debt to a lers CHILLS no U I0U1U UV l"UM" - I Lsiderable extent in so doing, but I . , :l i i Lead, So. DaKT better judgment inon' " Kr. COVENTRY, MINOR MENTION. See Silvei 's new ad today. Krank Iinouette purchased a piano yesterday from S. R. Smith. C. W. Storck was in Lead from St. Louis yesterday. Mrs. Taylor, daughter uf S. K. Smith, is still improving. If you are lookin&,f;r a good smok" ask for Chaniison'g MONARCH strictly union-made cigar. Fa"tory in May block, Lead. tf . ' 1 Specialist Never Have We Been So Thoroughly Prepared for - mr Office, Bailor Block, Lead, S. P. Spring and Summer I a i n r-. ' i: ;i benefit ht r. There is nothing so good but that the management of the Popular restaurant deems it none too good for their patrons. If you want the best at Ihe same rates that you are obliged to pay elsewhere for not as good, remember this place. Alexander Hose, the florist, is prepared to furnish trees that are g.i.iran-leed to grow. Thousands of pot plants, pansies, verbenas, etc. P-i.p a note, or call at his place, vacant lot. near Episcopal church, Lead. 4-J'i-tf Mrs. Nellie Rasilale left Iad yesterday for Leavenworth. Kansas, where her father, who is very ill. lives. The two children of Mrs. Rasdale have been living with her father, but on account of bis failing health, she will bring them to Lead with tier on her return. The funeral of Thomas Caiey h;us been postponed until this afternoon at 1 p. in., and will take place from the county hospital. The remains will be shipped east over the Iturlington this afternoon to Olareinont. New Hampshire, where interment will he made in the old family lot. C. 1. Williams, a brakemaii upon one of the Hurlington freight trains, while switching cars at Pluma last evening. As at the present time, "Complete" is the word that desirnates our assortment of Hen's Bo's and Children's Clothing. sales uay txiraoruinary i Prices For One Day Only SATURDAY, MAY 12. i; Grand Clean-up of li.derwear and Mens Work Shirts, to make room for immense stock of summer goods now arriving, we are go- 5 Ing to make a price so much less than the" cost of the goods, you g cannot fail to see the advantage of laying in a supply now tor fu- ture use. sj Lot No. 1-Mens Shirts and Drawers, regular 50c and 65c goods. g for 35c. 8 Lot No. 2. Men's Shirts and Prawers. regular 75c and $1.00 gtods, & CHILKREN'S new Spring and Summer Suits, all the newest productions in Vest us, double and single breasted jacket suits, new weaves and designs, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.50 and $5. Early buyers, this spring will reap (he Irt-nefit of choicest selections and lowest prices. MEN'S ni-tt Spring and Summer Suits that are perfection in style and workmanship. Newest weaves and combinations of colors. $4.50, $0.r, $1.75. $10.00. $12.00, $15.00 and $20.0. iiOYS' new Spring and summer suits, stylish and durable, selected witti a view of pleasing the most economic buvers. $1.5". $1' oo, 11 .50. $3 and $5. ior duc. w Lot No. 3. The cream of the stock, but Kronen sues, .eSl.m. prices $1.50 and $2.00, for $1.00. Lot No. 4. Mens Working Shirts, full line of sizes. 50c and 75c goodg, for 35c. g fu , Where They Sell Cheap. llclSC S No 5 Main Street Lead g 'Black Hills Clothier' Lead. S. D. OSCAR SILVER Ll. A. BERGER Watch tnis space for the Announcement of the LEAD. S. D. i Comnlete Line of Silk, MAMMOTH FURNITURE HOUSE OF THE BLACK HILLS. Wool and Cotton Dress Fabrics .. FOR SPRING .. .. Our Dress Goods section, tbe largest and best In the Black Hills, abound ilk , .1 . 1.,'iut ri r i a are S. R. SMITH - - LEAD new roods of everv descrintlon. JKememoer mm i" had his left ankle dislocated by falling between two cars that had unexpectedly separated. He came on to Peadwood and had the injury dressed and will be compelled to take a vacation for some time. Ihe Gennania club card party Wednesday evening was a very pleasant affair. A nice crowd was out. the tables were all full and progressive whist was indulged in until 11 o'clock, when refreshments were served. The king prize was won by Ernest May, and Mrs. May won the laities prize. The fvening was a most enjoyable one. Ed. Burns, who was injured by a rave in of the excavation of the base ment of the Faust building day before yesterday, was taken to the St. Joseph hospital at Peadwood yesterday afternoon. He is more severely hurt than was thought at the time. His chest is badly crushed and his left arm is in a helpless condition. Walter McKay's real estate agency reports the following transfers of Lead real estate yesterday: Lot 7, in block 10, in South Lead, from J. S. Graham to H. P. Collns, consideration. $3500. Ixt 3, block 1. Fuller's addition to Lead, from E. F.' Palmer to Hans Bushaw; consideration, $1200. Lot 9, in block 4, Washington addition to Lead, from John M. Swanuon to Christian Larson; consideration. $650. Jerry Gibbs, shift boss in the Decor-ah mine, was anything but agreeably surprised Wednesday morning as he was crossing the trail en route from the mine to his boarding house, by E. W. Morris, a discharged employe, springing from the bushes, without giving any warning, and proceeding to pummel Mr. Gibbs1 face, in consequence of which he wears a pair of handsomely decorated eyes. A warrant was sworn ont for Morris' arrest yesterday afternoon. The Rev. J. H. Dotson of Douglas, Wyoming will deliTer a lecture In on all, and the better the goods the more we can save you. ASH 8ILK3 Genuine Japanese silts corded effects and strines. in MWeet Datternp and if.iclrlihla ninrs The theo. e. geskey Foreign Exchange. BROKER. Real Estate and Insurance, Real Estate, Mines, Insurance, Loans, Rents Collected and Ttaies Paid. Legal Writing Done. Drafts Issued to all parts of the .world. Railroad Tickets to and From all U. S. Points. Steamship Tickets to and from all parts of tha World. Cabin bertha reserved. U. S. Passports secured. European Consular and NotarialDocumentB. "it East Main St. Lead, - South Dakota. Harrison Phone 273. Black Hills Piioa 1012. ANTHONY TSAUT PRACTICAL PLUMBER and Steam Rttcr IEJLD, SU. DAK special Talues 30c FKNING BROCADES A large varie- COBWEB w aesigns-light blues, pinks, laven-Blle greens, yellow, also change-JM effects special Talues nr. yd. .75c HCK BILKS-Suoa aPeau-de-soie, A I wave the full costumes and skirts, special price per yard 85c BEST APRON GINGHAM in staple patterns, best printed calicoes in new navy blues, black, grays and turkey reds, per yard 5c CORPED DIMITY, Lawns in newest pptterns, shirting, percales, full width in medium and dark styles, per yard 8c FINE DRESS GINGHAMS in corded and plain, printed dimities, the most favorite wash fabric ever manufactured, also French organdies, per . 10c yard COTTON CREPONS, in evening shades solid color, imported organdies, Dresden and floral patterns, fine and sheer printed batiste in stripes and .figures,' tinted and white grounds, per ysni : 15c lsrains, UffeU and new fancy peclal Talnes .....85c Lead on May 19th on the subject of the "Boer War in Africa " Reverend Dot-son cc-mes well recommended as a lecturer and his subject will be doubly entertaining on account of the fact that he has sixty lime light views illustrating his subject; also moving pictures and other views. Don't forget the date. May 19th. Time and place of lecture to be announced later. A placer claim cannot cross lode claims and exclude the conflicting areas, for it is only the surface ground which the claimant applies for; so, unless the placer claim covers disputed disputed territory which the claimant does not intend to exclude, which territory had been surveyed for patent previous to the placer survey, there can be no conflict with other claim. In the case of placer surveys a descriptive report must be attached. COLORTrn nn pes r.onns lr"la" Gfnnan fiewletUs, silk fin- Lead's Leading Resort i surges, coverts, chevi- Ud manv nv,a. ..i.l nh'...;,:...::: : esc No, 15 East Main Street 1 J OBTED LOT OF FINE DRESS 1 Di t . LEAD. If "RKSMa; plain t and .? fancy . i-uuuun numrjer or DiacK I on Pattern of each style, for V

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