The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on May 16, 1900 · Page 5
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 5

Lead, South Dakota
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Wednesday, May 16, 1900
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j The Lead PlONEER-TiriES. 24tt YEAR. LEA 1). S. I). (BLACK HILLS ), WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY, H, 1900. FIVE CENTS. Daily eo that it might be hauled away, and u..(mo of City Council. T Lead City council' met in ad- was informed that under the city ordinance he could enforce such a rule. A petition signed by 300 prominent j. uwsiOD. AH k ,n Mavor Abt of the, sewer as it was desired by the men buildin gto connect with the sewer at the earliest moment possible. The offlcail bonds of Engineer Allison, I)r Judd. Policeman Stufft, Green and Livak and Auditor Lyon were read and approved. The mayor desired more sanitary measures attended to and said he would call a special meet people asking that the law against the IrtPtM. C. ca- rhead of reports of committees , Sgnussen of the streets and al-... wc,i a laree force renting of houses on Pine and Bleeker 6treets for immoral purposes be enforced, was read, and was by the may iy8 committee or referred to the fire and police com meoatwork cieauu the flty. i imnmvpment commlt- The ntem!" ing or rather a continuance of the present meeting, as much ' unfinished business remained to be attended to. On motion of Alderman Peterson the council then adjourned to nxt Monday night at 8 o'clock. Dry Goods Department. Second Floor Loft. Summer Dress Materials, The unquestioned superiority of the materials and styles we offer for the making up of 'Midsummer Silk Dresses and costumes of light Washable Fabrics, Silk Shirt and Dress Waists, and serviceable Outing Suits, insures a constant and certain business. With a confidence born of a successful experience in the past we invite to these your careful consideration this season. Our pricts 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. Ue prepared with suitable wearables. Come to the "IJR1CK." 3 r.m.nnued the mittee. Alderman Peterson did not believe in referring such matters to a committee when it was the plain duty of the mayor to enforce the law, he having been elected for that purpose. Mr. Petersen further assured the mayor that the council would sustain him in enforcing the laws and ordinances Lines Carried Dry Goods, Carpets and Draperies. Millinery and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Goods Clothing, Furnishings, U .taaoe anu - wu - , of the arc light at Washington . . - loving the hill and placed on a rther P gner pole-Then followed a talk on sanitary . . . m.iWo informal and K. of P. Dance. K. OF P. DANCE. At the Lead Miners' Union hall occurs the concert and dance for atters wu'cn WBD 4 sted nearly two hours. of the city. The mayor explained his position and intimated the law should be enforced, but he thought it should be done thru the channels of a committee, and there it rests until thti next the benefit of the K. of P. band. Pre The sidewalk committee was given itnT Hrit an n a to ceding the dance will be tendered the thorlty to gei gum6 w . t m t sidewalk on Park street in following program: awatba park. ine street and alley committee was r-O C PcfABllSHED ered to notify an property . .. .A.rrv tn rnnntmrt meeting of the council. Chief of Police Green reported dray licenses due and the mayor ordered the license collected at once. Commander Wells, of the G. A. R. post, acting with the Decoration day committee, appealed before the council and asked for an allowance of $75, iru FOR IT: t-ner wnere u"- j Overture K. of P. liand Male Quprtette 'Tntil the Dawn".. . Trevaskes, Staple, Coolidge, Dinge Clarinet Solo "Old Folks at Home" John Molinero, accompanied by Prof. Winiolph Selection t'nion Opera House Or- chesa Song William Lang soaped gutters in front or meir 1UUALITIE5V 1876 Lites. The foayor was very much r s earnest on the sanitary question, and Shoes Trunks and Valises Groceries, Hardware Mine and Mill Supplies l(l called for tne report 01 iuUU, mm BP a. which was discussed for some time. Each member of the council stated he would pay his share if the right to vote the same was questioned in court chairman of the board of heaitn, stated that the committee had . .. . .t i-J I i len busy ana mat uiey piuinracu iu Violin Solo Prof. Neilsen Selection K. of P. Hand fiance Supper at ''pstill's. 1 JR that the city was cleaned up. . He led if property owners could be i u.: MP WES de to keep covered boxes or barrels Lead, So. Dak- which all garbage should be thrown and with that understanding the auditor, on motion of Treweek, was ordered to draw a warrant for $75 and turn it over to the committee. A petiiion signed by all the property owners on Mill street north of Main to north hide of Hrick store except two, was read, asking for extension of the R. COVENTRY, Black Hills Opera Circuit. There is or was, nn organized Hlack Hills circuit of opera houses that included Cbadron and all points this way on the Elkhorn, and from here all points on the H. & M. to Alliance. The circuit has been rather neglected for I Main street sewer. After discussing Specialist the law a resolution was unanimously Never Have We Been So Thoroughly Prepared for.. adopted authorizing the city engineer I the past couple of years. However, to go ahead and make survey and pre- interest has been aroused again in this pare to submit bids for the extension ! direction and J. V. Parker has signed I contracts with the various opera house ' , managements on the circuit and here pear Office, Bailor Block, Lead, S. D. Spring and Summer teg? Saturday May 19 1 As at the present time, "Complete" is the word that designates our assortment of after w ill be the managing agent of the Hlack Hills circuit. It will be his responsibility to book nil theatrical engagements coming within this circuit, it will be his to admit no companies which are not known by reputation to be good troupes, and that will tend to niise the standard of entertainments given at the opera houses and encourage the attendance of the theatre loving people thru this means of giving them none but creditable companies to appear here. Ladie's, Men's and Children's flen's Boj's and Children's Clothing;. l Those who have attended our special stiles realize what it means in the saving of price on goods including in these special ales. Regular $1.25 Shoes for S-jc and 95c. Field Day. The Golden Star consider that they have some pretty fair athletes among their membership and ones that will 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, $2.50, $.'1.50 and $5. Early buyers this spring will reap the. benefit of choicest selections and lowest prices. MEN'S new Spring and Summer Suits that are perfection in style and workmanship. Newest weaves and combinations of colors, $450,. $G.25, $7.75, $10.00, $12.00, $15.00 and $20.00. UOYS' new Spriiig and summer suits, stylish and durable, selected with a view of pleasing the most economic buyers, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3 and $u. Regular $1.50 Shoes for $1.15. Regular $2.00 Shoes for $1.50 Regular $2.50 Shoes for $1.90. Regular $3.00 Shoes for $2.25. be difficult for any other club to defeat in their lines. It has been decided to hold a field dav this summer at Entire stock at equally low prices. $ wliic hall field sports will be a prom inent feature of the day s outing. This club has shown a willingness to , Where They Sell Cheap. VliaSe S No 5 Majn stret:t Lead OSCAR SILVER 'Black Hills Clothier' Lead. S. D. hold their field day with the Olympics, of Deadwood. and contest for supremacy in the sports, but so far the Olympics have not made any reply as to that arrangement being satisfactory or not to them. Of course it could not be that a club of trained athletes such as the1 Olympics would hesitate to compete for fear of being outdone by a younger organization. The only Cash e always save S. R. SMITH 'oil money on and One Price House in the BERGER LEAD, S. D. MINOR MENTION. Black Hills. ell Has Just received a car of the celebrated Moline Wagons, Carriages, Dnrrrrioc f D Go to S. R. Smith's for wall paper. 4 Wonder if liillyTiang saw the wild Kangaroo at the circus last night. tor Corduroy Pants, per- JJUKgltJ, J-.LV; -ST $4.00 for the new ribbon Waist, made of handsome Lace and Ribbon, all shades p,Htting-warranted ' not" If you are looking for a good smoke ask for Chamison's MONARCH 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. :eBtP pair for Black Cat Lead, S. D, S. R. SMITH, theo. e. geskey Foreign Exchange. BROKER. Real Estate and Insurance Real Estate, Mines, Insurance, Loans. Rents Collected and Ttaxes Paid. Legal Writing Done. Drafts Issued to all parts of the world. Railroad Tickets to and From all U. 8. Points. Steamship Tickets to and from all parts of the World. Cabin berths reserved. U. S. Passports secured. European Consular and Notarial Documents. U East Main St Lead, - South Dakota. Harrison Phone 273. Black Hills Phoo4 104S. P4 Leather Stockings, all 50 cents for Men's laundered White Shirts Linen bosom reinforced front "jyiri back, felled searns. strictly union-made cigar. Factory in May block, Lead. tf Mrs. J. J. Walters and two children left yesterday on an extended visit with relatives in Switzerland. 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 Houses bought and sold, money loan !The. Alexander Rose, the florist, is prepared to furnish trees that are guaranteed to grow. Thousands of pot plants, pansies, verbenas, etc. Drop a note or call at his place, vacant lot, 9 cents for plain White lacons. Toilet Set. Vpiecea, M?a decoration la 4 tine effecU lace effect Grenadines, and Novelty White Goods, COBWEB ed, general insurance and notary public. Victor T. Jepsen, Room 1, Cottou t Andrews block, Lead, S. D. tf iTi Overall,- I BAR 95 cents for imported Kid ' Did anybody go to the circus last lT- i(AlhU Utche4 night from Lead? It is difficult to find Gloves, In Black and colors, every Pair guaranteed. Always the Best J tor' Pillow Ca 50 cents for Silk front Neglige near. Episcopal church, Lead. 4-20-tf The Popular restaurant Is daily growing in popular favor. The management is striving energetically to furnish their patrons with the beet, and the increased business shows that their efforts are appreciated. Report has reached Lead to the effect that Mrs. Percy Ford, who was at one time librarian at the Hearst library and who, with her husband moved to New York from Lead some two or three years ago, has applied for a divorce from her husband and that the same bad been issued recently. Percy was all right in his way. but didn't weigh mnca, J. jg Shirts, good quality white muslin body, pearl buttons, full back. Lead's I Leading Resort one that will admit it Henry Schnitzels assay office and laboratory is located in the basement of Faust's new block, Iead, and he is prepared to fill all orders in his line, ff Hope Lodge No. BO, A. O. U. W., of Lead desires to publicly thank the business men and citizens of Lead whose who so kindly decorated their buildings and assisted la entertaining the late guests of the A. O. W. and D. of H. orders In this city. L. B. Kneale, 1L W - , I9 H centi ANTHONY TRAUT PRACTICAL FLDHIEu and Steam Rt ter LSAD, So. PAK 17 cents for 3C e. Jolntless Chl- No, 15 East Main Street i mm matting, heavy stock, tile patterns. ' LEAD. ; J 'I

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