The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on June 14, 1900 · Page 16
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June 14, 1900

The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 16

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THURSDAY. jrxE ,4 1900. See Bloom't shoe ad. Remember DeMouth's Ark has s isfu-fl customers. Are yon on Dr. Seymour, the eye specialist, coming. i . I , li.:rn.(-s nothing . .: t les. nv.i.;.- -:t illiil.K coal. Bloom has sorretrancj to s, iicti tust a, II mte.-est vcu. An Open Secret Zoellner Bros. Co. Men's j? Boy's Outfitters 'I til' p IV.'ci- t ,at ; . I: la .- :,'::!:' ; V,. : !.'.. j, ,!,:.. th, Oj7 Alain St ?HE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, J Pie! 1, . j; 51' J i" --1 ? L.v, m I :mi;d v- a: :v cr yar.i, v liu, 10 and 12'c V M.I i i ! ., . . I pli.-.t.. '" ' JVM I, .-.,!.. !! H,,, , i m:i:i ki:n s mtt.a, .' f .i rin.- t,.. .. -t r" 1 1 1 1 i r i : t h "ii virt h. up v., mi- . , . D'-Moulh s A:k. 11 '"itSl lli:iiif J ; .,111 flfs. ; i I t ' T. ..in i tx,t milk i tY,,;n Hell.. . ... j;,. Creamery. ;,l DKL'TK! .- EriTICY piano for my famlli Haw-I -v is the only reguiar ! ., 1 -1 u t No. CH. by BuilocK Hotel. BJne Serge Smts, SiflsleBreasted 512 to $18 Double Breasted Suits $13.50 to ! 1I0 jiic.'. - I!ra:!iK lnii -Ii J.ih ". l -h Surah. Lruv I);m untie-., and h'atu lii--. at i('r kt yar.i, value In .in 1 5 to 30c KM) j)cv - T.;1 I)u ni il j er aid ............ IOC 201 Read Bloom's shoe talk. 111. A lug assortment of . ool Cray ("l.ewuts. Stripf-.l or Ili' is alal Worsteds. I)i'. I ir. m le a r w ! shes to st a Mrs. N. I Alfnrd has pureh.. f i j- I t lo t :i; i in ! I .i 1 1 1 r and s. goods in thi territory. AH Wishing l hcallliflll . olllplexi do well tn ,i .ill upim !km". t;".i ' Stl'eef I,,', er' He, Ik. U S ill'llg St" Stit: :i ' urn never yet cured t ho.-e w ho doll t like t he "l:p,..- Main 10( Now Sliirt Waists, t his scasniis st vK s a ( 5,- r;uli. value 75C i,' i I 1 , 1','p- sia. .'ci iis with indigestion : At Prices to Suit Your Pocketbook leady I: tit' star vd. The, ilen' of I ).!. Kielul Dyspepvi Cur. dig." t v. xai o:i cat so that the ho.ly can i... i , iorisli.il. It is the oniv prep-arar.,1. . noun that will instavh' re Don't try look p easant in last year btraw Hat; latest styje bere from 25c to $2,50 Special Sale and Childrens of Ladies Underwear . ,i:i. completely run; a : toni o v ol aril I I "i hies. It is certain to good K i i k (I. 1'n i I li ps : the linllo, II I s I " a I ::: We have Everything for the Boys - Suits, Juvinile Shirts and Hats, .i , : '. I- . "I a a li - i : I 111 .1.1 .... '. .1 K n 1 Two i ' or el, -nil" :i. Mr- :igh- ; s tin- i.i II .11' e I, IJWERTHlItt '' V j tic i ionmx I Zoellner Bros Co. i'. -a son,) I r I '' h .'I .1 In I si-. , at" II" r. - v " , I, le an. I health 1 1 .ei ,-an't a ml sleep, take Hon, I s ' Saisapa: ilia. It reates a koo.I app-tite. cares neim. s- CI. 'ill! CVS, F. M. Gaatz, D. D. S. Modern Dentistry of ah kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years of experience. Rosen tion ami despepsia. overcomes v.-i v-ousness and fives SWeet restful, i" -freshing sleep. The favorite cathartic is Hood's fills L'.-.c. THECITY. ANHAUSER-BUSCH, far. LOUIb AND PABST MILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE CALL FOR IT. YESTERDAY'S PERSONALS. WHY? .1. H. Kddingtim .f Calei.lmvg. 111. lias taken the management of tin thal Block. Reports show that over fifteen hundred lives have been saved thru the use of One Minute Cough Cure. Most of these were cases of grippe, croup, asthma, whooping cough, nron hf'is and pneumonia. It early Arehitet Cibbs. of Lead. parsed through the city in route to Speartish. Mis. Ceorge Wa I'd in in returned over the Klkhorn. Mom a few davs so of the Tin Cup mining claim. White-wood district; $1V. Al Startler to F. S. Levant, a half interest in the Dutch .lake mining claim, Ida Cray district. lulia A. Daggett to Frank S. Bryant, lots L .'!. 1, r, and ;. in block ,:v Chlig Addition to Speartish; $.uun. Deadwood branch of the Swift I'aek- ing Company, and entering upon lij.- ICE CREAM every day at DEET-KEN'S drug store. W. L. Nell. .1). D. S., resident den Ho the hole ty make ji their niilhie luties last Monday. LoweV tist, bos moved bis office to Room 19 journ at Whitevvood. C. II. Crawford came up from Rapid yesterday in eompay with ..I. M. Barker of Ottumwa, Iowa. Syndicate block. The I'mon Hill Star will appear this week under the name of The Catena Star under the managemetij of Mr. Homer Hostwick. The paper is fast BECAUS! v A Life Prolonger. Again has Alba Heywood visited Rapid City, and if th- writer .ool.i Small In size and great In results are DeWltts Little Early Risers, the use prevents consumption. Kirk O Phillips. 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 descrip u . n. r-aust. in.' druggist is mov famous little pills that cleanse the Lowe has a a.. - . t.ans liver and bowels.' They do not gripe. Kirk O. Phillips. ond to none in i ia -i : la- All who suffer from pile will be tion always on hand and at prices to ing his stock of g-oods from Central to his new quarters in this city. The windows of the Marcoux undertaking parlors are being beautified by a handsome gold leaf sign. Mrs. F. M. Brown was one of the the same roof w,i U-nih't man: glad to learn that DeWitt's Witch suit. Give hlmei carl, and be convinced. There is no bosh ahnnt this stock : is unde; . - --vp'-ns- Hazel Salve will give them instant feel assured that Mr. Heywood would come once each year for the next five years she would be in a measure reconciled to living at least that many years more, notwithstanding the miseries that confront. Journal. While the above was evidently intended for the strongest endorsement possible for "the writer" to write, it also proves pretty conclusively that Saxe was. in the main, correct when he asserts that "man wants but little j coming to the front a.s a typographical Iwniuty. and a good weekly. SHOES, SHOES AT BLOOMS. The newest lasts and nobbiest shapes of standard makers only,. We guarantee every pair. Why? Because they are guaranteed to us by the most reliable and the best known manufacturers, as we buy form none others.. .The best made are not any too good for us, and Unless food is digested quickly it those who pay r. :.t . . '. millinery has.ie - ate: . sell the same i""'N an will ferment and it ritate the stomach. After each meal take a teaspoonful r !' li many who the Pioneer picnic by her presents at their gathering at .Sturgis yesterday. Hon. K. W. Martin and daughter, Lois, were at the Carretson. Sioux Th:.- than his com. of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you eat, and will allow you to eat all you need of what you like. and permanent relief. It will cure eczema and all skin diseases. Kirk G. Phillips. Nice Ice cream is delicious, while strawberries and cream always taste like more, providing they are nice. For the best you should remember the Olympic bakery, where they make it a specialty. tf Id dealing with men remember that a poooful of oil will go further than a gallon of vinegar." The earn be said of m it never falls to cure the worst cases nere neiow man in this eludes "the writer." City. Monday night, leaving for Dell of dyspepsia. It is pleasant to take. i-lrk O. Phillips. ment. of M i cxelusiv"!'. v. fully 1 1 7 1 1 i i -1 . . know f ul 1 v.il pie. An in , e ladies of I ). a . ine the ha. 'i'r Mr. Lowes i : i. ESTEY PIANO, both stylish an.1 good to be haa only it Hawley'3 we sell them 50c to $1.00 a pair cheaper than shoe stores are selling. The largest and best selected stock of shoes in the Hilis.. .Come and see us. You will find this is not newspaper rot, but facts. Third Ward Caucus. A populist cauc us will be held at the office of Justice P. I(. Karlv. in the City hall building. j the Third ward. Saturday evening, dune i, -iH, io. 639, by Bullock Hotel. Rapids Tuesday morning. Mrs William Scott and daughter. Miss Agnes, of Omaha, ar" the guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs W. A. King of this city. I'. T. Tavlor who is engage.! in the banking business at Hay Springs returned home yesterday after a few days visit in the up-gulch .outitry. Mrs. Homer Hostwick went down to ai e p. m.. tor the purpose i.se ol electing W illi t his : ' of .,l,., tin,. seven delegates to atteij the popu- t hat he w ' " list county convention at the countvi... children. There la nothing so good for chldren as the old-fashioned castor oil. However, much they may abhor It, It Is their beet medicine for disorders of the bowels. In the more severe cases of diarrhoea and dysentery, however, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy should be given after the oil operates and a quick cure Is sure to follow. For ale by Kirk O. Phlllloa. court house in Deadwood. .In -i J 1,1 1,1 " ad wood. June i':; June 15. Opera House. Alba Heywood and Company List at Flshels Bazaar. Sign and have the choice of reserved seats. We use pure fruit juices at our fountain.. Our soda cannot be beat. Try it PALACE PHARMACY. Call telet.hnne 97 for uniformed messenger. Prompt service. D. D. T. Co any a I than it . an ! i store. HENRY McClLL. Committeeman. Fort Meade yesterday to join her husband, who has been looking after business in and about the fort for a couple of days. Paul Kewman. superintendent of the Ulaek Hills Klectrii Light and i'ower company, left yesteiday for Km ope to he muie four months. II' will visit London. Paris Berlin. Rome, an, other celebrated places of the continent. The funeral of Michael Me.Mouigal was held yesteiday afternoon from St. Ambrose Catholic church, and was largely attended by the lohor union and other friends of McMonigal's. Father O'Neil delivered a short address, and the remains were buried in St. Ambrose ceaieterv. 1900 VMS Filed For Record. W. W. Parker and wife to the City of Speartish, a certain tract of ground in the West Addition to Speartish; $30. ' The m ivm-fuiif 1i.i reliable - Fred H. Rugg. receiver, to Alphonso S. Gates, the north half of the north Camera -l I thi-T1 west quarter of section 22. township The Superiority l 6. north of Range 2, east B. H. M.; Miss Myrtle Grimshaw arrived last Vive Lenses evening from Hopkinsville. Kentucky $300. Henry Keets to y of Spearflsh the Spring ranch water tight at Spearflsh; $13. V j wnpr, she holds a position as instate tor in a large educational institution Lead Everywhere. CIST A. J. Day and wife to City f Spear This is her first visit to her home in Deadwood for nearly two years. year ago last fail she left for Boston 5Le Bush-Gerts to complete her studies in the Boston -onservatory of music from which she graduated last June. She intends . , i aftiv iu flsh, certain real property in West Addition to Spearflsh. John C. Ryan, Daniel Ames and James Rogers to City of Spearflsh, lots l; 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11 and 12, block 72, Spearflsh. Joseph Ramsdell to Thomas Thompson, lota 5 and 6, block 80, Spearflsh; $35. J. H. Glanville and wife to Thomas Thompson, lots 2, 3 and 4, block 80, Spearflsh; $50. ,JIZY'fr g o. 'v (I to spend the greater' part of the sum mer in Deadwood. I PIANOS Superior for... Tone, Touch THQ MODERN BEAUTY. Thrive on good food and sunshine with plenty of exercise In the open air. Her Thomas Thompson and wife to Citv form glow wlthhea 1th and her face glowa -Walter, L. Vercoe, M. II ' DEADWOOD, S. D. OfflceWaite BIcck-Hcuis 10 to 12 a.m. and l to 4 p.m Oculist and Aurist B. &M,Ry, 'Glasses jAcm' M Scientifically Fitted. Practice, Limited to Diseases of. Eye and Ear. of Spearflsh, lots 4 and 6, south part I P? of lot 3, south part of lot 7, block I Durability .... 80, Spearflsh; $75. with Its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she sea the gentle and pleaaaat Syrup of Figs, aad by the California Fig Byrup Co. H. Wadsworth. Fred Clark and others, individually and as directors J For Sale at j Fishel's Bazaar, of the Highland Mining company, deed to the Homestake Mining company deed to the Highland Mining .com ROCK! ROCK! I Anyou wanting building rock, can ud mm 3. J. FfAQuuuea, pany. : i . I 663 Syndicate Block Main St tldtnea 63 OcnUnnUl At. Dan Fallon to August Shedin. a'; .'part " T

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