The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on May 19, 1900 · Page 8
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 8

Lead, South Dakota
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Saturday, May 19, 1900
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7HE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, I SATURDAY, MAY 19 1900.) SPECIAL SALE EXTRA Zoellner Bros. Co. Dr. Seymour, the eye specialist, is coining. "DeWitt's Little Early Risers are tlx? finest pills I ever used." D. J. Moore, Millbrook. Ala. Thiy quio-.iy i-hh all liver and b.r.vel troubles. Kirk (,;. Phillips. If d i w.irn piuiuing, , : al.-.oiiiiiiiiig. inll iip 'ph"i.- ;. i !. : u : !l .io ij. pp'iiiiit y. Men i A S N D Boy's Outfitters W,ll I" lll 647 Main St. ii. i'.'i (if J ;i in Wat. h t '. ( ii- I date. What iln i i pcct fui !; UMiIl-..I, 1 lllld .' Ctll al Ik- .Mouths For this Week Ladies' TailorMade Suits, Skirts and Jackets. v li Blue Serges, All Shades, All Weaves in Suits or out. WILD berry 1 Nik s' Root ii.-er. Claret Punch, mil! and ,i. -li.ious AT I 'EETK EN" .3 I K : SI'uRE "I In- Steinway" an.l ntl.--r hliMi grade pianos for sale. .Vis. Jolin Cashner, Speartish. S. D. '. '.V.V'. , If you are troubled with dandruff falling hair or any scalp disease, con suit Mrs. Melick. over Deetkins drug store. Twenty-five treatments ai.d all Coats and Vests. tonic required for five dollars. 1 i 1 value $10 Keep your eye open, on Chase': weeklv display ad and get vour mm 15 Suits at $5,25 15 suits at $ ey's worth. . Six'cfal Sale .lav c .-- r Satuiday. value $15 WANTED. Good Scandinavian sir! You know and cle knows, who know anything about Clothes that we are yivinjr the best value for general housework. - per month. Mts. Harris Franklin. No 22 Van Puren street. 10 Suits at $8.50 )Z $15 to $25 See tlx- Melt Painting and Decorating cotnpan s wall paper samples. 713 Main street, before you select your 1 Our lly Sis Range from $9 to $25 paper. Elkins, Leeman, Trucsdell & Co 25 Black. Brilliantine Skirts at $1.50, M:v N. I. Alfoid lu.s just returned value $2.60. from the east with a full line of tlx latest designs for sola pillows, 1,000 Men's Trousers.... covers and scarfs. Unitarian linens and 20 Black and Navy Cheviot Skirts at $2 75 desires for bedsteads. Hemingway's value $5 00. embroidery silks; no trouble to show ind a I s the n w M-g top Handsome stript-s and cheeks, narrow l styles at prices to suit your pocketbook. poods. Call and inspect our line. It is complete. Room over D. etken's All wool Covert Cloth Jackets at $2,95 drug store. Again its Shirts for our Quick Sale today just as good and a little bt; valu-'s than anywheres. value $5.00. Ice cream made from fresh, pure 50 assorted Jackets, value from $9.00 to i ream unit milk) from Belle I'oiuche Creamery, at DEE I K EN S. !; Hen's Stiff Bosom Shirts 50 Cents $15.00 at greatly reduced pieces. ICE CREAM every day at DEET- KEX'S drug store. We can, and will, make you lower All sizes and patterns look at our Window Display. prices on iiaby Go Carts and Carriages. De Mouth's Ark. IJJERTIEIEPlEfi. C. L. Siewers has not got anyone The Pioneer I Zoellner Bros Co. from anywhere to do his bicycle work, being perfectly able to do it himself C loth ers, and he considers himself an expert workman. Sundries of every descrip tion always on Hand and at prices to THE CITY. suit. Give him a call, aid- be convinced. There is no bosh about this Tents, wagon sheets and tarpaulins, at De Mouth's Ark. ANHAUSER-Bl'SCH, ST. LOUIS AND PABST MILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. -NO I K L. i hose having fences F. D. Smith handles u,.i',d best grade smithing real Miss Lyon wishes to inform her customers she will be found at her own rooms No. G and 7, in the Olympic block. 2t needing repairing, lots cleaned or W. L. Neil, D. D. S.. rtsideiil Call telephone ;7 for uniformed messenger. Prompt service. D. D. T. Co. "OF A GOOD BEGINNING; comefh a good end." When you take Hood's Sarsaparilla to purify your hlooti you are making a good Iveginning. and the tist, has moved hN cilice to Ra THOSE NOBBY STREET HATS Syndicate block. NOW ON SALE AT ACKERM ANN'S SEE THE NOIillV .-TREET : NOW ON SALE AT ACKERM AT 7.r,c. THIS SALE ONLY good end will be hoalth and happiness. It never disappoints. Sick headach lis cured by Hood's Pills. Lesson In embroidery and fine needle work of all Kinds at Mrs. Mooney's, 41 Lee street A complete line la carried of lace materials, cor for pillows, embroidery silks, photo frames, etc. "After suffering from severe dyspepsia over twelve years and using many remedies without pennant good I 'finally took Kodol Dyspesia Cure. It did me so much good I recommend it to everyone," writes J. E. Watkins, Clerk and Recorder, Chilicothe, Mo. It digests what you eat. Kirk 0. Phillips. UNTIL TOMORROW iSATll HENCE CALL FOR IT. "I had stomach trouble twenty years and gave up hope of beiDg cured till I began to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It has done me so much good I rail it the savior of my life," writes V. R. Wilkinson, Albany, Tenn. . It digests what you eat. Kirk G. Phillips. F. M. Gantz, D. D. S. Modern Dentistry of ali kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years of experience. Rosenthal Block. NIGHT. SO DON'T DELAY PURCHASE OF ONE. Ladies bothered with hair, moles or warts, should IP trolysis. It never fails. Mrs. monuments straightened up will do well to see IL W. Lewis, superintendent of St". Ambrose cemetery, so that the work may he done before Decoration day. Ct ESTEY PIANO, both stylish and good to be had only -.t Hawley'3, Vo. 639, by Bulleck Hotel. 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 first 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. Dr. Collier, the osteopath, has moved his office and hereafter may be found at the parlors of the Gilmore house, corner of City Creek and Williams street over Deetken's drug store, twl BEAT EVERYTHING FOR AN I'P-TO-DATE STREET HAT, ONLY 7r)P. If you want to buy a new buggy or an old one, call and see VERI'LAST. No. 60, Sherman street. John West, WT. S. Harding and Peter Stahl are out on the Belle Fourrhe river on a fishing expedition. A daughter was born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Frank June at l lunia. Mr. June was at one time Burlington agent at Pluma, but has lately been employed at the Kildonan. A SALE OF NOBBY STREET HATS IS NOW ON AT. ACKEItM ANN'S WHICH WILL LAST ONLY I'NTIL SATURDAY. 75c FOR BEST IN LOT. Hon. W. J. McConnell. ex-governor of Idaho, who visited Deadwood dnr- The only place in town to buy China silks, yard wide and best quality made, is at Mrs. Alford's over Deetken's drug store. They are suitable for empire house gowns, shirt waists and underwear. Pansy plants, petunias, feverfew and all other spring llants and potted plants; everything you want for your Cower garden this year, at Mrs. Mather's, 418 Williams street. such cases by the most approved! od. Operation painless. I ! live: Ik ar a tl There is a Japan' s, once is better than t. times." To fully app -, , i.itp 1H . ' .. r 1 1 i n s 1 of this axiom, try Ch.n iv- a it !v ;! 'J- Steaming and electric massage for a wrinkled or sallow skin. Freckles and all blemishes removed and the skin made fresh and clean at Mrs. Melick's, Remedy when you h cold and see how ipi. a cure. You are ( -than pleased with ; over Deetken's drug store. ing April, arrived again Thursday and l'-ft a en in last night for Omaha, where he has some legal matters to sale by Kirk G. I attend to. Mr. McConnell may be 1900 VIVE A saving reduction in Log Cabin ma;h-ay.-up at the Standard Cash Store. 4S Sherman street. Quarts, 4..c; half gallon, 75c; gallons, $1.40. Maple syrup is particularly healthy during the fjrineMme. and is a moH a&reeable article of diet, as well as an execellent medicine. We still have some harness left. We want it to go. Our prices will do it. come interested in the Blark Hills, as he has something in view here which he may invest in. Mrs. John Wring rose arried at Whitev.ood yesterday from Mexico, accompanied by her daughter. Mrs. George Wardman, formerly Miss Em Ti. mrwT li,-.-!i:l;flll'' ily ringrose. with whom she has finished at:.! rclia Cameras so lil t!!veJ De Mouth's Ark. A new firm of painters and decorat been visiting for several months past. Miss Bertha Wringrose went to White-wood last night, to meet her mother The Superiority of K Bi'AiWL" . . ' ors. The best painting and decorating f Vive Lense They will remain at Whitewood until today, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Browning. Mr. Wringrose went down last Walter L. Vercoe, M. D. DEADWOOD, S. D. Office Waite Block-Hours 10 to 12 a. m. and l to 4 p. m ... ' Oculist and Aurist B. & M.-Rv. Glasses Accurately and Scientifically Fitt d. V rvv company. 713 Main street, Deadwood 'Phone 49. TEY piano for my rami v. Haw Lead Everywhere. night to meet them. v is the only regular dealer at Louise Brehany has earned her No. 639, by Bullock HoteL ' I a? Bush-Gerts gTeat reputation quirkly. an dno singer has had a greater .series of successes than she. Within the last five years she has been special soloist with the following great organizations. Sousa's band, the Chicago Marine band, Edo-uard Remenyi's concerts and Bernard Listernann quartet, and now she comes to us at the head of as fine a concert organization, as can be gotten togeth-J PIANOS Superior for... Coffee, rolls, ice cream and strawberries and cream at the Olympic bakery, oppo'olte the Burlington depot on Sherman street t' v: 'w "After suffering from piles for fifteen years I was cured by using two boxes of De Witt's Witch Harel Salve." writes W. J. Baxter, Nortli Brack. N. C It heals everything. Beware of counterfeits. Kirk G. Phillips. Smoke the Petit Bouquet The Host frsgant for the Money ONLY 5 CENTS CARWILE SOLE AGENT Corner Lee and Sherman fits. blacksmith to have a drtss fitted? It is more foolish to let some traveling optician, who signs himself doctor and calls himself an occnlist, examine your .children's eyes and put on glasses more often wrong than right, which often do untold harm. Sight is priceless, and not to be thoughtlessly fooled with by incompetent and irresponsible sersous and traveling spectacle fakirs. Any glasses I fit, I will guarantee, and will change them free of charge if they do not prove satisfactory. On Saturdays from S to 4, I will examine school children, free of charge, and If desired win fit them with, glasses at a moderate charge. - Parents, look to your children's eyesight The doctor has rented a house and come here to Jive permanently, has come prepared to do accurate.' com-' petent-work, and ' has "letters of endorsement from some" of the toremcst specialists ia Chicago. ' tie practised medicine 1n Chicago tea years and tor 'lour, years taught not. only diseases of the eye and ear In' the ChleaVd; Poly, cllnle,' tut ' the" scientific , fitting of glasses. I say scientific; for the fitting ot glasses is a science, and should only be done by one who has prepared himself by years or study, one who to familiar, not, only with the. anatomy of the eye,' but Its diseases and, Imperfections.' Mothers would you go to a Tone, Touch Durability .... er, including as It does W. Guillaume Sauvlet, the eminent Belgian pianist; Miss Olga Schmoll, a young violinist of unusual promise; Jessie Beatrice Monroe, alto; Forrest D. Carr, basso can tan te; Louis J. Minti, tenor. All splendid artists in a program full of novelties and renslcal gems. Secure eats at Fishers Bazaar for May the $ For Sale at Fishel's Bazaar, . . . . 863 Svndicat Block Main St. rr f' 25 th.

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