The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on June 21, 1900 · Page 16
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 16

Lead, South Dakota
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Thursday, June 21, 1900
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DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, THURSDAY. JUXe ft 13O0L An Open Secret. See Bloom's shoe ad. Try a "Two Orphan" cigar. Three furnished rooms for Inquire of John Baggaley. Smoke tlw "Two Orphan" cig; Dr. Seymour, the eye rpecial coming. F. D. Smith b. miles nothing I. best grade sinitaing coal. Zoellner Bros. Co. Men's Boy's Outfitters 647 Main St. Lt-DOUt :he fur of as The power that wins abounding and increasing gucetus for this business is understood by all thoug litful people We make the public Interest o ur own , jjj Always giving our customers the best end of every bargain. Note the following Bargains for this week. All are new and fashionable Goods worn by the best Dressers. Bloom has something to say shoes that will interest you. Dr. Seymour will be here abi middle of June. Watch this pa; exact date. Have I not hidden ye bew.; something said to be the sam Rocky Mountain Tea, made tr Madison Medicine Co.? If ye ally wise, heed this warning. PERSONAL. Gentlemen who would like to improve the 'I'U- Ask ir "'-'mage by appearance at moderate cost will learn of something to th 1 .iLing here today. your druggist. DeMouth's Ark has decided ti nave a special cash sale every Sat -lay. Special Sale on Silk Waists. 25 assorted Silk waists at $1.50 value from 5 to $6. bee their ad for this week. Wi LD Cherry Phosphate , ! r' s' Root Beer, Claret Punch, cold i i de licious AT DEETKEN 3 DRUG S . i iRE Blue Serge Suits, SiiigleBreasted $12 to$18 Double Breasted Sis J13.50 lo JtOfl One dozen plain and Fancy Silk Waist, including Most of these were cases of cr nne evening" shades at $3.50 each. Value from $( to 5'' each. croup, asthma, whooping tough, bronchitis and pneumonia. It early use prevents consumption. Kirk C, Phillips. One dozen Silk Taffeta Silk "Waists, newest styk-s at Ice cream made from fresh, pure cream (not milk) from Belle F .: i he 'i Ca-si- Creamery, at DEETKEN s fill H i PSY piano for my family. Haw- A Mr assortment of cool Gray Cheviots, Striped or ,.,,.. mei s Worsteds, for those w ho don't like the "Blues " ..THIS BLESSED RAIN MAKES.. 'h only reeuiar dealer at $4.60, value from 57 to $S.50 Twenty-five f the newest styles of silk. Colors black to all the lending slunles, at $5.50. This is (he Greatest Bargain of. the Season. No. 5.19 r.v Bullock Hotel. Read Bloom's shoe talk. ANH Al'SER-BL'SCH. ST. I'mIs AND PAUST MILWAUKEE BEi:ii Iri MADE UF MALT AND HOPS ONLY 4FN ' -l ' ALL FOR IT Ii'H t'ftCAM f-v.-iy day at I !.!: I"- iitasl KEN'S inig store W. I. Neil, I). D. S.. resident den tist, has moved his office to Room IS. Ryml i atp block. 11 v I'ria's toiav u ill tr akc t la 111 di uli v mi. A lot .f .-,i v-, .. , " ' ' '' " Com; An inspection will Convince you of whal we- say. M. J. WEBTMEIHEB&fii. . imt to .-f al the other f. I:nht. ..At Prices to Suit Your Pocketbook.. Ka'hf!- put nil M. a:. i and mal,. ,v O A II. I'd -a har.-v.-r on do with all " n in i -. f i r . 'if i tower I Zoellner Bros Co. By takinir Kn.-ky Mountain 'i : a.' niulir. c '::! :ers, Asy drugti.-t. THE CITY. Dress Goods I'li'iisi- iviiifin h r. we liavv Mr Richardson, a msidctn tuner in our city. who is thoroly reliabb . A word to tlic wise .s suflii lent. A word to the wise is sufficient. Leave or F. M. Gantz, D. D. S. Modern. Dentistry of ah kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years of experience. ni,wn. 'III " r-llll io ( al w th' "Two Oiiii:m" r ders at Fishel's Bazaar. i"s sai:.!.. ,j. hfo ex--' Utioll. the column explains thai Block. IjWe Want the Public to Ki A coin! i'H-ii p it i 1: .id in a not in ; SHOES, SHOES AT BLOOMS. PATTERN LENGTHS. The finest thing of its kind to be put upon the market this season is the new style dress goods in pattern lengths. They Are Dandies, J i That we havo finish-d imjM-nwnirniN iviim-K w.' i, ican. !'i-.MiHirli s Ai k has a . hansc of ml Reports show that over fifteen hundred lives have been saved thru the use of One Minute Cough Cure. Don't fail to try the "Two Orphan'' 'tlir nf Aiif Intli i.-,-l 1 . .. ... wm uaui j'.iiiM, ami arc Ui-w ru. v o,u;,i- ' i . . . . i 'i usar. I'cu to verve them with baths nf .,! Lmi U The newest lasts arid 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 Maud Is 5 and JO too old to hope for improvement? I should say not. Turkish, Plain and Steani Medicatei And even tho you do not want to buy a dress Just now you cannot afford in tiiis issue, look it up it si is forth a new idea. K.;td and profit thereby. PILLOW SALE From June 18th. Mrs Mooney, 41 Lee street, second floor, will give 25c discount on every $1.00 worth of stamped goods. Ty-rial embrodiery silks at 40c per dozen for two weeks. FOR RENT. rThree rooms, -with baths and furnishing. No. 55 Forrest avenue. James Gendes went ta Snearfish One just begins to ilve. Take Rocky Mountain Tea. You'll be blooming fair at 60. Ask your druggist. C. L. Siewers has not got anyone ' J ar, l-Milplier and Mem!'.;: i The medicated steam baths are j-nm-.i;:yc! the finest in the world for catarrh and -t'lcr chrrnii: diseases. Something Entirely New for this Section, rrom anywhere to do his hicvele work form none others.. .The best made are not any too good for us, and 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 Hills.. .Come and see us. You will find this is not newspaper rot, but facts. being perfectly able to do it himself J . . . uu ue considers himself an expert workman. Sundries of every desnrln yesterday, and entered the employ of I rW ft Inn 1 Pure Artesian Water Used in All Cases! to miss seeing them, so call and look them over. ' Bring your pocketbook, for if you see them you will buy one right on the spot at the bargains we are selling them at. WE ALSO HAVE Patterns for Tailor-Made Suits and street dresses which are meeting with great favor among the ladles. Ask to see them, also, when you call. airiayo uu nana ana at prices to suit Give him a call, and be convinced. There Is no bosh hnnt m Attentive Waiter and Skilled V.'..r!cni..n. Dee iiillington in the livery business at that place. A. W. Coe announces the transfer of two lots on Ingleside from the Childs estate to Mr. J. W. Fowler. xuvuv Lli lO. Not the best, but one of the hour Barber Shop in Connection. J C m cigars is the "Two Orphan." Try one. i casement Carr iV lierrv Uu ;!:::,. Nice ice cream is delicious, while Btrawberries and cream always taste like more, providing they are nice. For he best you should remember the Olympic bakery, whera they make it a specialty. tf Starvation never yet cured dvsnen- Unless food Is dieested ,Jhe lots are situated on Taylor avenue, and Mrs. Fowler has commenced the erection of a house upon them. Frank V. Smith was injured durniK will ferment and It rltate thn stnmnnh I After each meal take a tnannfi Small In size and great in results Hi the fire that destroyed a part of thp are DeWitt's Little Early Kisers, the i j i ; 1 1 jv .ii i.i Bla.i Persons with indigestion are already half ' starved. Thev need own on lower Main street two weeks and was not able to be out'of his MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. i Our millinery and dressmaking departments are very busy with our efficient force. We can easily take care of m6re business. When in the store take a walk thru these departments. plenty of food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat so that the body can be nourished. It Is the onlv nren- bed until Tuesday of this week. He is now visit in his mandiiaients at of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you eat, and will allow you tp eat all you need of what you likl It never fails to cure the worst cases of dyspepsia. It is pleasant to take Kirk G. Phillips. E9TEY PIANO, both stylish and good to be haa only it Hawley's, No. 839, by Bulleck Hotel. Call telephone 97 for uniformed mes ramous little pills that cleanse the liver and bowels. They do not gripe. Kirk G. Phillips. We use pure fruit juices at our fountain.. Our soda cannot be beat. Try it. PALACE PHARMACY. The "Two Orphan" cigar is a leader. Try one. Sturgis. Dr. Bio. 1,. Mis. X. 1 . rinhr to ;: poods in wishing a ! do well to i street (over 1 aration known that will instantly re lieve and completely cure all stom ach troubles. It is certain to do vou good. Kirk G. Phillips '. ii nip store.) If you ,want a gxd cigar smoke the 'two Orphan." senger. Prompt service. D. D. T. Co. Francis Habcock returned last night oji the belated HuiLiimton train, from Northwestern Military academy at Highland Park. Illinois, where lie has been attending for the past year. He comes home looking finely, and is apparently plad to see Iieadwood again. He says the sons of Dr. Howe returned to Spearfish last week. Among the persons reported to the Pioneer-Times yesterday, as having been ignored or overlooked by the census enumerators were: Twenty boarders at the Irving hotel. Sherman street fg 1900 VI VES The m. - ti fully finis!,,.' reliable Camera--ilii year The Superiority of . All wno suffer from pi will be glad to learn that DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve will give them instant and permanent relief. It will cure eczema and all skin disease Kirk G. Phillips. y How is your kidneys. Drink Minne-kahta water. ' Go to Vienna Bakery and Cafe for ice cream. Served every day. 675 Main street, tf Something new, see the Ark ad in this isi'ue. ;. ci "A 1 flf 1 7 entire rnoeni block. Main street; B. C. Sentmanand wife. E. C. Rein bold and Geo. D. Case. The enumera 7 Vive Lenses tors evidently do not appreciate ma iVJ importance of thoro work. They m a .m ii mem T , : v threaten to close the list today, not Lead Everywhere. 'r. withstanding only about seventy-five You never read of so many great cures tUewhere, as those effected by Hood's Sarsaparilla, did you? It Is 4 Ann-rice's Greats Medicine an dpoeeesaes merit unknown to any other preparation. It Is a The Diicli Cleric per cent have been listed. Rev. G. H. Clevenger bas been sent to Skagway, Alaska, to take charge of the missionary work for the Ameri- ' vc wttiderful tnvigor&tor. Sick heahache is cured by Hood's Pills. I PIANOS Superior for... : Walter: L;; Vercoe, M. D. 25c. Charles Sprinide has been advln hia iiu nome Mission society. He left Dead wood for Seattle Tuesday of this week' and expects' to sail for the north next Bunday. He will have charge of all missionary work for his cnureh In southwestern Alaska, and expects to have his time pretty well taken up. His son, O. H. Clevenger, Who is a stuaent In the State School ; v ,c? V r DEADvb0D, -S. D. Tone, Touch Office jjirattc Blcck-:Hcois 10 to 12 a.m.aB(l 1 10 4 p. m barber shop a new dress of wall paper this -week. The Wilcox Pharmacy has a new aid in this issue which should he looked up by every one.. ; , '' Dr. Coffey, of Oklahoma. Is visitine. H fa i ItSSi k durability oi Mines at Jtapia city, came to ueadwood the fore part of the k For Sale at to see his father away. Rev. Cleven his brother; Charles T. Coffey; of the Cyclone orchestra ger was formerly thV Bantlat .m in la yl'pcj & Ry, ; Classes Accurately i'Mr, Scientifically HttnL fnctict Limited to Diseases of Eye and Ear. ,v EetlJenc 63 0entanlAlAT. ; c ter In charge oi the church at RanM DeMouth'i Ark advertisement in this I Fishel's Bazaar, issue Js what .yoa are lookinjr . for. City, and was chaplain of the Third United etates volunteer cavalry at Chickamaura Park in the summer of Dont stop untU you find it for it will 4 663 Syndicate Block Main St. pey yon to read it , 1898.

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