The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on May 15, 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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Tuesday, May 15, 1900
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The Lead Daily PioneerTihes. 24th YEAR. LEAD. S. I. (ULACK II ILLS ), TUESDAY MORNING, MAY, 15. l'MW. FIVE CENTS. -pBESOF BUILDING. largest block yet projected to be built in the burned district, with the ex ep tion of the k hf.'.el, if ;h.e ,.l:'.r? .'lie siiffsfully ,jTi.(i out. ... hs Workinqs in the I horse which he had just purchased. AVii"n it the head of Main street the horse became frightened and started to nil . Mr. Eans seen that he could not hold him and jumped from the buggy, sustaining only a few scratches from his sli dealong the ground. The horse continued down Main street and part why down overtook one of the heavy Summary -Burnt District. ne new building bring built for E. ln .v. uie..k,-r street, next to Lines Carried lust on non" - We are informed that a good two-story brick will be erected upon the site of the old Miner's Inion bloek. now owned by J. A. Spargo and that contracts will soon lie let fur the wojk. Hose Company No i w'll commence work for their iw w one si cry '.trick as soon as plans and specifications can M CusicK s uii"'"b-nd will be the first building of ' ; The building will be three sto-J including the basement, and in all ? ... , ,,r,iorl hv a T in Hoinestake wagons loaded with stone, and the front wheel of the carriage struck t heback wheel of the heavy wagon. The result was that the car be finished and contracts awarded. Dry Goods Department Stvoml Fluor Left. Summer Dress Materials, The. unxU(.sti(.)nil superiority of the materials and styles we offer for the making up of Midsummer Silk Dresses anil costumes of light Washable Fabrics. Siik Shirt and Dress Waists, and serviceable Outing Suits, insures a constant and certain business. With a confluence born of a successful experience in the past we invite to these your careful consideration this season. Our pricis on comparison will be found extremely low. The stock now is most complete, and the time for making up at hand. Summer will soon be upon us. lie prepared with suitablewearables. Come to the "URICK." anity Will e - vmiiBP. Masons ar U boarai"B- Plu . .1 bami nnlla ff0rk upon the serum, - ich will be eighteen inches in thick-Mr Faust estimates that the riage was thrown nmny feet into the air and diredly over the head of the driver of the Homestake team, striking in front of ;he horses in a badly demolished condition. The horse, however, continued on. having been freed from the buggv. and passed thru town like a cyclone. There were several narrow escapes of neonle bcine Uof the stone wans The projected block of Fink, Bemipr' and Kuester on Mill street is planned and will probably be in presentable shape within a short time. Report from an authentic source is that the new hotel proposition is a sure go, but that a great amount of preliminary business was necessary in organizing the company and getting in a position to commence work, ..look Mr cent less tnan uie . . onH will he warmer ;i with nii. j .iiv as strong and durable. WkPontne ftr8t story above,the ;ement of the Gusnurst .. -. o r ( C i Y t V 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 U has been fining""" iv8- time will find this two-story ing directly to the building, but that as soon as the preliminary had been completed, committees would be appointed L.v mmDlete. FTc-rABllSHED fort0 for 3 fhe excavation for the basement of, Dv tnp company and work energetical- fun over by the horse as he passer thru the business portion, but fortunately all escaped. The horse was stopped below Pluma and brought back to Lead. He was pretty badly bruised up as; a consequence of his sportive ways. .1. V. flibbs is not the only victim of mustang horses in Lead ly pushed until the completion of the i r o 1876 IVUALITIEb ? Faust & Zernng oiocr. r of Main and Bleeker streets, is arlv complete and masons will be to commerce work this wcck. K new hotel. These buildings will cover the spare facing on Main and Mill streets that was burned at the big fire. On Hleek-er street north and part of Pine street there are a number of places where there appear no signs of rebuilding but rumor says that they will all be 3 will be a story and imsemeiu k block. he excavation for the nncK diock Lead in the Contest. In response to the article apiiearing in Sunday morning's Pioneer-Times inquiring if there was no young ladv popular enough in Lead to become a Mrs. Reuben Miller. Rev. George U . . . . i ... V lit A f t I M 17 btt and William rict-n 1 Sc.... ng finely but will require two or ,.OVeied with good substantial liuild-e weeks before the space will 1e jnRS jn the course of a year. Hut one Lead, So.Djrv shape for the masons. I his is ine.tiling is (Prtain that within four more months Lead will present a very much better attire than she ever has before. R. COVENTRY, or would nave done lor a goon many years to come had it not been for the great fire of March Sth. (candidate for the pinao given by S. R. j Smith to the soldiers' monument fund committee. Lead has her representa-I five. Miss Martha Morton, whose name was placed with those in charge of the contest at Jenkins' drug store, and a large number of votes were placed to her credit. Mis?; Morton is the only i one whose name has been advanced In i Lead. It is now a contest between . Lead and the other Black Hills towns I as to the lady who will receive tlie jk Specialist An Exciting Run. Simdav afternoon Charles Evans Lead started out for a drive with Never Have We Been So Thoroughly Prepared for. Office. Bailor Block, Lead, S. D. greatest number of votes .nd th is receive the elegant prize. As we un Spring and Summer ME Saturday May 19 As at tlu- present time, "Complete" is the word that designates 'ui" assortment of derstand the contest will lie continued until an nmoun' i nual to Mie letjnlar price of th. pi no h, lifeu rece-ved from those ioim.sI'n.'. Miss Moi.n. is "Lead's candid:'- . will have an ex-cef.lingly good ( ban ''- to win. as 7 e'' is ambitious not to be outdone by her sister towns. The votes from the different places will be turned in to the central committee each day. and thus a kno .vlcd.e r,f the pre fief s will be obtainable from day to dav. Ladie's, Men's and Children's Hen's Bo's and Children's Clothing. SHOES Those who have attended our special sales realize what it L means in the saving of price on goods including in these special sale. u MINOR MENTION. Co to S. R. Smith's for wall paper. 4 W. Stearns left yesterday for a Reeular 11.25 Shoes for S -,c and 95c. 8 CHILDREN'S new Spring and Summer Suits, all the newest productions in Vestus, double and single breasted jacket suits, new weaves and designs, $1.50, $2.00, 12.50, $3.50 and $5.. Early buyers this spring will reap the benefit of choicest selections and lowest prices. MKX'S new Spring and Summer Suits that are perfection in style and workmanship. Newest weaves and combinations of colors, $4.50, $6.25, $7.75, $10.00, $12.00, $13.00 and $20.00. BOYS' new Spring and summer suits, stylish and durable, selected with a view of pleasing the most economic buyers, $1.50, $2.00, $2 50, $3 anU $5. . . m s 1 r. n visit at his old home in England. Next Friday evening the Golden Regular $1.50 Shoes for $1.15. Regular J.ou snoes Regular $2.00 Shoes for $1.50 Regular $3.00 Shoes for $2.25. Star clul. will give another dancing Entire stock at equally low prices. party. If you are looking for a good smoke ask for Chamison's MONARCH iU y Where They Sell Cheap. haSC S No 5 Main Street Lead strictly union-made cigar. Factory in 'Black Hills Clothier' Lead. S. D. OSCAR SILVER May block, Lead. tf M. C. Campbell, who has been a spell with the grip, is able to be out again. The only Cash e always save S. R. Smith has a fine line of carpets and linoleums in stock and is selling much cheaper than you can buy from samples. 4t, and One Price S. R. SMITH fou money on erythin we House in the BERGER LEAD, S. D. Black Hills. -Mrs. K. B. Flannigan left Lead Sunday for La Cyzne. Kan., where her mother is lying very sick. TlH,.I,adies guild of CTlM'st church meets with Mrs. Hendricks this after Has Just received a car of the celebrated ' Moline Wagons, Carriages, Busbies. Ete - noon. L. E. Dayton. Secretary. $4.00 for the new ribbon Waist, made of handsome Lace and Ribbon, all shades tor Corduroy Pants, permitting warranted not o rip. Houses bought and sold, money loan The Racine work is too well known for me to say anything about it. I am selling them on easy terms, and can furnish you with anything from a road cart to a FINE CARRIAGE. ed, general insurance and notary public. Victor T. Jepsen, Room 1, Cotton & Andrews block. Lead, 8. D. tf Alex. Ross returned home Sunday 50 cents for Men's laundered Lead, S. D. S. R. SMITH, theo. e. geskey Foreign Exchange. BROKER. Real Estate and Insurance Real Estate, Mines, Insurance, Loans, Rents Collected and Ttases Paid. Legal Writing Done. Drafts Issued to all parts of the world. Railroad Tickets to and From all U. a Points. Steamship Tickets to and from all parts of th3 World. Cabin berths rr served. U. S. Passports secured. European Consular and Notarial Documents. ' 11 East Main St. Lead, - South Dakota. Harrison Phone 273. Black Hills -Plioae 1042. ' fenU P Pair for Black: Cat Leather Stockings, all White Shirts Linen bosom reinforced front and back, felled seam a. The. 9 cents for plain White lacons, ,,or Toilet Set, 6 pieces, me decoration ln flo-" 4 tine effects. lace effect Grenadines, ana Novelty White Goods. COBWEB &5 cents for. Imported Kia RAD Thomas E. Harvey expects to make a visit to Grand Island, Cheyenne and Laramie, leaving here day after tomorrow. .The Presbyterian social to have been given by the Ladies' Aid society this evening has been postponed until Tuesday pvenlng, the 22d inst. Special trains are to be run on the D. C. this afternoon for the accommodation of those attending the circus at Deadwood, at 25 cents for the round trip. The grand concert and ball to be given by the K. of P. band occurs tomorrow evening, the 16th inst. at the Miners' Union hall. The committees Overalbj-heaTy, Dwub,' double stitched Gloves, in Black and colors, every pair guaranteed. S.V from a visit in Iowa. He also took in some of the sights of Chicago while away. Henry Schnitzels assay office and laboratory is located in the basement of Fanst's new block, Iiead, and he is prc-pwed to fill all orders in his line, ff Thomas Neary Sr., returned home yesterday from Chicago where he has been to be with his son, Thomas thru an operation for appendicitis. Mr. Neary reports his son as rapidly recovering. Alexander Rose, the florist, is prepared to furnish trees thai are guaranteed to grow. Thousands of pot plants, pansies, verbenas, etc Drop a note, or call at his place, vacant lot. near Episcopal church, Lead. 4-20-tf Alex. Rose has secured part of the store room with Sam Gilbert, the confectioner, on Mala street, Lead, and will have on sale the finest line of cat flowers suitable for aay occasion, at all times. ' i-U-tf Always the-Best . Lead's 50 cents for Silk front Neglige Shirts, good quality white muslin body, pearl buttons, full back. I Leading J r vor , PHiow Case. only cenu . cents.- . Collar. In tuple iiuu HJ0cen(iol. Resort ANTHONY TRAUT PRACTICAL PLDHBBR and Steam Rtter , LEAP. 80. PAK 17 cents for 36 c Jointless Chi in charge have In bo red hard to have every arrangement complete for a first class evening of pleasure for all attending. Prof. Nellaen's orchestra has been engaged to furnish the music for the dance. No, IS East Main Street j LEAD. ; 1 nese nutating, .heavy stock. til patters. A .i frSl

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