The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on May 23, 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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Wednesday, May 23, 1900
Page 7
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tiiies. 04th YEAR. LEAD, S. I). ( BLACK HILLS ), WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY, l0(. FIVE CENTS. . reported that people ,;,v .Ills Lead Council Meeting. 1 I. ad condition had been IK I 'I 0 I'n -t. et part oi th. I' an. ! I y lite. !:,. t(:. In- nlmlitod tig;, ill i ity had ti. '!i o'ht i: hi vld I he f-itv ba!i ; (if Uie 'liar iiift-tu ..I.I M inlay -v.-!i-ii being all . l.l.-m ;Unl a.s to be built right and tlie Finnish Tetn was going to build a in 'hat lerallce nice lu . i'lltV society 11 and pair the same at nine, i '"he fire and imi'ik.- .ominiuee j ported that no bawdy l,on,.-s eould he j fiMitid on north Meeker. 'Hie petition of i-'rank Lewis for a I permit to move his barn from the ,,p ,h. )c :r.t' i: iiiutiiiit matter taKen up njilHiatl"I! WIl!- me, ,,r roll: ,;r a sewer pipe from the p;uk ,.f la f,,t and connect witn t tie to run Dry Goods Department. Second Floor Left. Summer Dress Materials, The unquestioned superiority of the materials and styles we offer for til. making up of Midsummer Silk Dresses and costumes of light Washable Fab-ris. Siik Shirt and Dress Waists, and serviceable Outing Suits, insures a , store room neai by and they could not afford to have their property values ruined by having the law defied i:i this regard. He lurther notified the council that if the mayor of te ity should continue to ignore them he i Mr. Peterson l would proceed against the owners of the property as well as the inmates under the state law. and by aid of the county attorney. aain sewer. Alderman Crui k-lookeil into Iiank rejKirted that the matter quite Lines Carried Dry Goods, Carpets and Draperies. Millinery and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Goods Clothing, rjc uau .knmlv and statf- cd that a dry rock wall west to the east end of his lot was referred to the fire and police committee. An application for street commissioner presented by J. ('. Stomas, was referred to street committee. The mayor stated that the city lot had been rented to a merry-go-round outfit for per day, and the men would be here today to put up the machine. He said that some rock would have to be removed from the .eer cuu!.l t" I1"' for about ,700-'hirh would I"' permanent and have to carry away an sufficient capacity He he water that drains that way. further stated that a 30-inch pipe could Fell in a Shaft. Monday evening. young Herbert Thompson, son of Charles Thompson, who resides at 'the intersectio n of t,f purchased for i. wnicn wou.u an-,Pr the same purpose. Andy Traut constant and certain business. With a cihitideuce born of a successful experience in the past we invite to ttiese your careful consideration this seiison. Our prices 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. He pi.paiod with suitablewearables. Come to the "MUCK." j lot before it could be used, and it was finally voted that the mayor and chief of police should have the same re the Poorruan road and Golden (late hsd in a bid to supply ;M-jncn pipe tor HDD. and M-inch pipe for $1012. but o action was taken on it After a thoro discuss ion Alderman Harwood made a motion that the internal improvement committee investigate the Mtter and see what is really needed, then advertise for I. ids. so as to find out what the cost would be. PcfABllSHED tors road, met with an accident which resulted in breaking his aim. He and his brother, with lighted candles, had gone into a tunnel upon the hill west of the bead base hall grounds. The tunnel is quite long and as the boys reached the end. Herbert suddenly disappeared. A shaft had b.-.-n sunk ar th end of the tunnel and the hoy did not notice the hole, and heini: in the r i.... .. w . I87S moved. The council gave .Wis Nelson permission to complete the roof recently put on the building on Mill street which is now used for a saloon. It was first decided to refuse permission, but a reconsideration of the motion resulted in granting the permit. Chairman Peterson of the fire and poli'-e committee, to whom bail been referred the petition signed by .Too citizens, to abate the bawdy houses Furnishings, and Shoes Trunks and Valises Groceries, Hardware Mine and Mill Supplies lead, fell to the bottom, a distati. The chairman of the street rommit-t reported that work on the streets anil alleys would he practically finished today. The ' in mitt reported that the town was thnroly (leaned and in Mter sha' than it hi'd been for several days. of fifteen or twenty f, ( t. (.- was I kno. f ed hp-nthles. but soon re. ov.: - cd. His brother Ian out and informed on ooriri iwicKer street, said :tie committee had not done much but that rHiLLS 0o N. ll'.iunie Hill, the proprietress, said Lead, So. DaI their parents who. with a rop soon had the boy out ..f his trouble and hospital surgeon from Lead was .ailed and set the broken member. ('ohmiI-ering the distance of the fall that Herbert, w ho is about i L' y ears old. bad it is only a great wonder that lo- v.. is not mo,.- seriously injured. .Motion was niadc !.v Alderman l.un-Jeen that a sidewalk ! laid from th" Fort Pierre roundhouse to Meeker street for the accommodation of the residents of that portion of the city. At this juncture Mayor Aid called the commit tee's att.'iitinii to the riccessi-ty of keeping a i watch on the condition of the walks of the city, and referred to the $.",ihio damage suit now-pending against the city. The chief sdit was only keening a ladies' boarding bouse, ami Mr. Peterson's committee did not care to investigate further, and they now referred the whole mutter biii k to the chief executive, th" mayor d the city. At this point. Rev. 0. Iv Peterson, the Finnish minister, asked p rmission to say a word, which was granted, lie called attention to the fact that after the Meeker- Case Dismissed. Never Have We Been So Thoroughly Prepared for. ,T. Ill the case of Coventry. Charles the .State i.lSS. of -. II. ad. In Spring and Summer 'be complaining witness, in whi.-li the defendant was charged with obtaining money under false pretenses, was dismissed yesterday afternoon on 'roVo., of Lie states' attorney. Depositions of Where They j: Chases' Sell Cheap., g As at the present time, "Complete" is the word that designates nur assortment of Sale for Saturday, May 26. the witnesses in the action wer.- presented and Attorney Hayes argued as the reason his motion to discharge the defendant that there was not evideii. sull'.cient to justify the stale in prosecuting the case In accordance .Judge Walsh gianted the motion and defendant's bondsmen were released. fien's Boy's and Children's Clothing". mm j ONE tad.ieS' 1 E i day spring nail w O MINOR MENTION. ONLY Jackets is visiting Mrs. Walter MiKa.' friends at Whitewood. CHILDREN'S new Sluing 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, $3.50 and $5. Early buyers this spring will reap the tjenefit of choicest selections and lowest prices. 8 MEN'S new Spring and Summer Suits that are perfection in style and workmanship. Newest weaves and combinations of colors, $4.50, $0 liG, $7.75, $10.00, $12.00, $15.00 and $L'0.00. I30YS' 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 and $5. Our line is complete and marked at much less than you usually have to pay for these goods. 33 1-3 off fcans a very low price indeed. i W. H. Ross and Joe Phillips left for Sand creek on a fishing excursion. If you are looking for a good smoke ask for Chamison's MONARCH strictly union-made cigar. Fa- tory in May block, Lead. tf Judge .Moore and Theo. Geskey were Where They Sell Cheap. Ch ase's No. 5 Main Street Lead OSCAR SILVER Black Hills Clothier' Lead. S. D. in Central yesterday on business matters. Andr. w Hray has returned from a trip to Sioux Falls, Yankton and Mitchell. Henry assay office and laboratory is located in the basement ('!' Peerless Values " Ladies' Ready-to-wear Garments S. R. SMITH OwClloak Department is a whcle Exposition of hanpv thoughts and r'aust's n. w Iock. Lead, and lie is prepared to fill all orders in Ins line, tf Louise lirehany and her splendid company are billed for the Miners' effects Garments. I he lleauty ot our etc. attract attention and captur. IJketa, Wash Suits. Skirts and Waists I'ninn flnera house on the evening of Hfere the PHro -r.V...,. " lias Just received a car of the celebrated Raeine Wagons, Carriages, Buggies, Ete The Racine work is too well known for me to say anything about it. I am selling them on easy terms, and cn n furnish you wfth anything from a road cart to a FINE CARRIAGE. I ... irii.jMaiiuii. collection of Wash suits- Mav 3d. Rev. S. L. Wilson left yesterday to attend conference at Cambridge. Minn., expecting, to return in about "wrench Piqes. ijin(.n Crash. Im and Duck Eton effect Jacket-full width skirt-perfect theo. e. geskey Foreign Exchange. BROKER. Real Estate and Insurance Real Estate, Mines, Insurance, Loans. RenU Collected and Ttaxes Paid. Legal Writing Dona Drafts Issued to all parts of the world. Railroad Tickets to and From all U. S. Points. Steamship Tickets to and from all jparts of tha World. Cubin bertha reserved. U. S. Passports secured. European Consular and Notarial Documents. 11 East Main St. Lead, - South Dakota. Harrison Phone 273. Black Hills ''uO'je 1012. uapng handsomely trim Dei $1.50 Lead, S. D. S. R. SMITH, Wash 'Skirt Whit pi " "uck, Dtnim eU. ul m eep hem 95 c. two weeks. Houses bought and sold, money loaned. genfalin8'irance and notary public, -'victor T. Jepsen, Room 1, Cottou & AndrewB block, Lead, S. D. tf Mrs. William Phillips of Terry-passed thru Lead on her way to Yellow creek for a few days' visit with Mrs. Joe Moran. Alexander Rose, the florist, is prepared to furnish trees that are guaran A Srwd Gathering of Summer ,'The. COBWEB Grand Benefit Ball To be Given by the C. G.&LHoseCo. Of Central City, Tuesday, June 5. At Miners Union Hall. Floor Committee J. Luty, N. Durham, F. Carroll, W. Green, J. Camp tUrts-Lincn Crash. Can-IVench Piques, Denim and -Wmmed with bands of 01 contragtlng colors-Embrrtdery i.60 Dreaees-Percales, Ging-WmiOe-aesorted colors EL" "triPeBrald and trtnmed ....,1.50. BAR j teed 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 E H. Strickler was elected captain of the Icad base ball nine at a meeting held in the office of James Cusick ANTHONY TRAUT PRACTICAL PLUMBER and Steam Rtter Kine Sblrt Waists in latest Percales, Ginghams, White Piques and Lawns newest Hack. Collar and Cuffs nicely laundried $1.00 Always the Best LEAD. 80. DAK -tt h 7ert VenetJan Cheviot Lead's Leading Resort vtt."lu-l0"toe stitched m t lined through. Shirt Waists in fine Ginghams, Madras Cloth, White Pique and Lawn beautiful collection of patttrns all with correct back, sleeves and detachable collars fronts plain, carded and tucked 1150 Shirt"'," 7-50 ttCin latest Per- bell. Reception Committee V. Nettle. P. Callaghan, Gus Oberg. T. Barry. M. Berg. E.xeciitive Committeee Dave Campbell. John Lutey, William Beaudery- Tickets $1.00. Supper at Mrs. J. J. Lenk's. Visiting firemen Invited to at-ten in uniforms. Emo'g orchestra will furnish music. Boiler ail EDgiieRgpiHs Special Attention Given to Regrinding and Setting Valves ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Address : F. UNDERWUOD. Lead, S. D. last evening. A challenge to the Deadwood team was authorized by the meeting, an account of which will be seen elsew here in this issue. Wei. Rose has secured part f the store room with Sam Gilbert, the confectioner, on Main street, Iead, and will have on sale the finest line of cut flowers suitable for any occasion, at all tlmea. 5-12-tf . ' L No, 15 East Main Street 1 f LEAD. 1 1 t wijii . . DUC. BERGER LEAD. S. D

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