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WEDNESDAY, MAY , HE DAILY PI0NEBR-T1MEH, I "Cslumst" Dms ' Net Belong to ' Baking Powder Trust, but Con ummtri Rapidly Learning to Plac Their Trust In "Calumet." THECITY. AUCTION! AUCTION! ALL OF. MY HOUSEHOLD GOOyOS, WHATEVER IS LEFT, WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOP CASH. NOTHING RESERVED. AUCTION BEGINS AT Louis Brehany Opera convert May 26th.- - - EST EY piano for my family. Haw-ley is the only regular dealer at No. 639, by Bullock Hotel. "DeWltt's Little Early Risers are the finest pills I ever used." D. J. Moore. Millbrook, Ala. They quickly cure all liver and bowel troubles. Kirk G. Phillips. PAIIIMETBakinff Zoellner Bros. Co. Men's Boy's Outfitter; hHWltiM Powder NONE SO GOOD. moderate I ) V PRICE F. D. Smith bandies nothing but tn 3 P. M. M J. WERTHHEIMEK. 14 HARRISON St. 647 Main St Dest grade smithing coal. Coffee, rolls, ice cream and strawber : Lesson Id embroidery and fine ries and cream at the Olympic bakery nnnrHlt the Hurlintrton depot on Sherman street. "After suffering from piles for fifteen years I was cured by using two boxes Dr. Seymour, the eye specialist, is coming. Tents, wage sheets and taipaulins, at De Mouth's Ark. We still have some harness ieft. We want it to go. Our prices will do It. I)e Mouth's Ark. nf DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve," writes needle work of all Kinds at Mrs. Mooney's, 41 Lee street A complete line is carried of lace materials, cor for pillows, embroidery silks, photo frames, etc "I had stomach trouble twenty years and gave up hope of being cured till I began to ub Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, It bas done me bo much good I rail it the savior of my life," writes W. R. Wilkinson, Albany, Tenn. . It digests w I Hauler. North Brook. N. C It heals everything. Beware of counter feits. Kirk G. Phillips. A new firm of painters andtdecorat W. L. Nell, D. D. S., resident den ors. The best painting and decorating tist, has moved his office to Room 19. company. 713 Main street, Deadwood 'Phone 49. what you eat Kirk G. Phillips. I Syndicate block. The only place in town to buy China ANHAUSER-BUSCH. ST. LOUIS AND PABST MILWAUKEE BEER IS silks, yard wide and best qualify made is at Mrs. Alford's over Deetken's drug store. They are suitable for em pire house gowns, shirt waists and un Pansy plants, petunias, feverfew and all other spring plants Hnd potted plants; everything you want for your Cower garden this year, at Mrs. Mather's, 418 Williams street Steaming and electric massage tot a wrinkled or sallow skin. Freckles and all blemishes removed and the skin made fresh and clean at Mrs. Mellck's, derwear. Ladies bothered with superfluous hair, moles or warts, should try elec MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE CALL FOR IT. F. M. Qantz, D. D. S. Modern Den-tistry of all kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years of experience. Rosenthal Block. E8TEY PIANO, both stylish and good to be h&a only at Hawley'a. 'No. 39, by Bullsck Hotel. "After suffering from severe dyspepsia over 'twelve years and using many remedies without pennant good I finally took Kodol Dyspesla Cure. It did trolysis. It never fails. Mrs. Melick over Deetkcn's drug store, treats all Some Customers Come in at the Door over Deetken's drug store. such cases by the most approved method. Operation painless. Call telephone 97 for uniformed mes Many come in over the telephone wire, not only for the senger. Prompt service, v. u. i. vjo. If you want painting, papering or Beautiful eyes, and a handsome face calsomining, call up 'phone 49. They will do it promptly. li . 8 8 8 Celebrated $5.00 Knox Derby, but also for are elegant commenaauons. ungm eyes are windows to a woman's heart. me so much good I recommend it to 15 l)i. Seymour will be here about the middle of June. Watch this paper for our $3.50 Gordon Hats, everyone warranted' everyone," writes J. E. Watkinsj Clerk and Recorder, Chlllcothe, Mo. It di ands of cures recorded certainly should convince you that Hood's will cure you. j exact date. gests what you eat. Kirk G. Phillips, for one years good war Dr. Collier, the osteopath, has moved hla office and hereafter may be found Indigestion, nausea, are cured by Hood's Pills. There Is a Japanese proverb, "To see once is better than to hear a hundred times." To fully appreciate the truth of this axiom, try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy when you have a cough or at the parlors of the Gilmore house, corner of City Creek and Williams Our $2 50 Hats are Like ihe usual $3.50 and $4 Kind ttreet What do you expect for your money? Call at De Mouth's Ark and find out. WILD Cherry Phosphate, Hires' Root Beer, Claret Punch, cold and delicious AT DEETKEN'S DRUG STORE "The Steinway" and other high grade pianos for sale. Mrs. John Cashner, Spearflsh, S. D. If you are troubled with dandruff, NOT ALL from MISSOURI, but most cold and Bee how quickly it will effect people want to see a PROOF before their printing is "run off," and that's If your tailor advises soft gray cheviot, fine striped or checked casi-mores or worsteds, blue or blackserges, etc. They are all here, all sizes, all grades, and prices to suit Ready to wear, try 'em on, and see what is becoming. Judge of the fit and style. If you don't buy you are welcome. If you do, you have saved half your made-to-ordei money, with satisfaction guaranteed. a cure. You are certain to be more than pleased with lta efficacy. For sale by Kirk G. Phillips, Druggist. 8 falling hair or any scalp disease, con A tavins reduction In Log Cabin maple The Pionttn j Zoellner Bros Co. what they get If ordered from the Pioneer-Times Printery. ' . , , J. Q. Hood, Justice of the Peace, Crosby, Miss., makes the .following statement: "I can hereby certify that One Minute Cough Cure will do all that Is claimed for it My wife could not get her breath and the nrst dose of it ' relieved her. It has also benefited my , whole family." It acts immediately and cures coughs, colds, grippe, croup, bronchitis, asthma and all throat and lung troubles. Kirk G. Phillips. By .Tip at tne standard uasn store, s Sherman street. Quarts, 40c; half gallon, 75c; gallons, $1.40. Maple syrup is particularly healthy during the springtime, and is a most agreeable article of diet, aa well as an execellerit medicine. Clothiers, r If you want to buy a new buggy or an old one, call and see VERPLAST. sult Mrs. Melick, over Deetken's drug store. Twenty-five treatments and all tonic required for nve dollars. Keep your eye open, on Chase's weekly display ad and get your money's worth. . Special Sale day e.-;ry Saturday. WANTED. Good Scandinavian girl for general housework. $25 per month. Mrs. Harris Franklin, No. 22 Van Bnren street. See the Belt Painting and Decorating company's wall paper samples, 713 Main street, before you select your paper. Elkins, Leeman, Truesdell & Co. Mrs. N. I. Alford has Just returned from the east with a full line of the No. 60, Sherman street. NOTICE. Those having fences for Arizona aid Nvu M-xiro, pany with- Sam i. Shctlit-ld, needing repairing, lots cleaned or monuments straightened up will do manager for the Flvim; V caul' well to see R. W. Iewis, superintendent of St. Ambrose cemetery, so ICB CREAM every day at DEETKEN'S drug store. Born. To Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Murray on Tuesday morning, May i3th, i!00, a daughter. The Golden Star club of Lead will give a dance Thursday evening. May 28th is the date of entertain They intend to biiiiK bark hundred head of cattle that t going to buy down tin r". The old Deadwood jail the I SPECDAL SALE m m m that the work may be done before Decoration day. Ct One of the best, if not the best, en tmk aboose the city ever knew on side, is being torn down It is ment for the art fund of the public the oldest landmarks in the oil! has probably more sensational ciations than any other point gulch. It was a frame truclul was put up twentv-four yanM tertainments Deadwood has ever listened to will be the Louise Brehany Opera Concert company on May 25th. Most of the seats will have been sold before the end of this week. Get your seats at Fishel's right away. STRAYED. From Dead w ood about May 1st, 190), 1 block horse branded T J F on left thigh, tail hurt, rangy, slim, shod. Also 1 bay hc-rse, high withers, heavier, no brands visible. went into disuse years a to and had fallen into a state of til tlon that made it dangerous, as 'it t threatened for the last severs! For this Week Ladies' Taiior-Made Suits, Skirts and Jackets. , . " - t schools. Mrs. T. H. Russell is having a retaining wall built back of her residence on Centennial avenue. C. C. Bohl and family have moved from William street to Jo. 39, Centennial avenue into the house own by J. H. Carver, back' of the White house. Mrs. F. M. Calloway of Terry has received a letter from her husband, who left week before last with a party for Cape Nome. He had arrived at Seattle, and stated that he Intended to sail from there for Alaska on the 20th of the month. James Ford left last night for Stur-j gis. From there he intends to leave latest designs for sofa pillows, table covefs and scarfs, Bulgarian linens and designs for bedsteads. Heningway's embroidery silks; no trouble to show goods. Call and inspect our line. It is complete. Room 8, over Deetken's drug store. Tickets for advanced sale of Louise Brehany Opera company for reserved seats began at 9 o'clock yesterday morning and they went off with a rush. Those who have not yet reserved their seats had better do so -at once, if they want the pick of the best seats. - WANTED. Plain sewing to do at No. 428 Williams street, or will go out and sew, by the , day. Call or address. v- ' ' to topple over onto the sidemj catch somebody like a nude trd Liberal reward for return to Dead5! children of Ingleside have bet' it as a playhouse for some tint few days ago one of the neij covered them in there. He gaTI a peremptory order to keep i Henry Frawley, who owns the ty, has taken steps to have t shack torn down. .1 !' wood. I. MUner. Th-j Deadwood-Central "Three Spot" was off tho track this side of the trestle, in the Burlington yards, for three hours or such a matter yesterday afternoon, and had the line blockaded. The outgoing passenger was accordingly delayed somewhat in leaving. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Stearns company will be held at the office of the company in Daedwood on Tuesday, June 5th, 1900, at 7 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing directors to serve for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly f! t ' 3 f1900 VIVH value $10 value $15 15 Suits at$5.25 15 Suits atV.ro The most beautiful finished and reliab -pi -jr - s p. come before the meeting.. A. 8. KTTNBY. Secretary.,, Cameras sold this yea Ice cream made from fresh, pure cream (not milk) from Belle Fourche Creamery, at ., DEETKEN'S. We can, and will, make you lower price on Baby Go Carts and Carriages. De Mouth's Ark. C L. Slewers has not got anyone from anywhere to do his bicycle work, being perfectly able to do it himself, and he considers himself an expert workman. Sundries of every description always on hand and at prices to suit: ' Give him 4 calt, and be convinced. There is no bosh about this. An entertainment will be given under the auspice of the Thursday club In ahout two weeks for the purpose of works of art for the public schools. ia,SuUsp8:50:;$i5'tO $25 Fred T. Evans Jr. was In the city yesterdayfrom (lot Springs. He is liv The Superiority of Vive Lcnse ing at the Springs this summer, assist ing In the management of the hotel. .Qi.. and running the stone quarry. He Lead Everywbert says 'the quarry is doing a better busi 25 4 Black BrUlIanun BBUrts; nt . $i.bu, value S2.b0.y-;:':.' H ness this year than it has ever done since it was opened, and a large force of men is at work constantly. Mr. 1-3? BusfcGerts 20 Biack and Navy, Cheviot Skirts at 2 75 ISvans is furnishing nearly all the fine valuo $5 00.1 f:'j PIANOS j Much interest has keen taken ta the vchools of late la the siubject..Cl cn ; schools of late In I the. subject and study of art. an4 a number of copies bf fine pictures) have already been .placed the different rooms. The pro Cloth .Jackets at !$2.95 building stone being used in the northern Hills this year, and has the eon-tract for nearly all .of the fine buildings being erected in Deadwood and Lead. ' The quarry also has a contract with die Elkhorn railroad to furnish All wool Covert value 3.CO. , ; . ; Superior for. .,' ' i Tone, , Touch gram, which .win- be announced later, ' will come prise "different .' attractions two carloads of stone a day for jrip- , 50; nssbrted Jackets, value from $9.00 to ;15.C0 at greatly, teducedl' pHces!-;- J rapping . and other purposes.' Mr. and will dose with a one-act comedy, Brans says his eldest son. Frits, is 11 t- j Ing with' bis grandparents, CoL Fred .;C 'S Durability. Iok .Sajlb at ; iSihokctli: Petit-. Bouquet 5 i FlSHEL Bazaar, i. Erans and wife, at Hot Springs, and Joe. the yonnger lad, 14 living with his Grandmother Swan in- Sioux City. Fred-recently sent the little Shetland pony to Sioux City for Joe. ' Both boys are doing nicely, and hare grown almost beyond Identity. ; . - , .. mm " The Jfort fragant for the Money : ? t UNLY 5 CENTS; l CARWltE . SOLE AGENT , " Comer Lee and Sherman SU. , . . . : .. - sw "-.