The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on June 28, 1900 · Page 8
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June 28, 1900

The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 8

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5THE DAILY! PIONEER-TIMES, I THI'KS'DAV JIA , wmriiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiifiitiiimirifiiifiiitiiiif iiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiif tfiffiiiiiiitiiif iiifiifiinifiiiitniiiMfiiiiitiiiiiiiDiii I An Open Secret See Bloom's shoe ad. j 'I i y ii "Two Orphan" igar. f L). .Sn.it;; h. ndles nothing but !. Ofsc gradf siuitulng coal. Bloom has something to say ai-CL.t shoes tnat vill interest you. I Mo i' !i - A I k .1.1.- r.-.-idi-.l tri i ' '" ' '' -ai i Satin ' v .ol io.- iln w. ''-ll.il ( l,,.;;y I ')i K.- Ii.'m ' I i . i t Zoellner Bros. Co. Men's I Boy's Outfitters 647 Main St for this hu.-i- 5 The power that wins abounding ai.d i u f ; .i .-: n y ;m i i: ncss is understood by all thong l.tfiil pi oide l: '". 1 'hi. . i I'm,, ii. i old an,. io.is Ad' i i'kkn s jiiti'i; s r make the public interest o u r owu 1 Always giving our iistomers the best 'rid of every bargain, .sole the following Bargains for this week. Ail are new and fashion, able Goods worn by the best Dk-s.-ts. i ii-- I ' i i(l,i'l , I' M-ain made from fresh, r; ' not nnli. , n.,,,1 li.-u,. j.-oli Creameiy, at I 'Kh'TKI.W s S TEY piano for my family. Haw- ""'y is '.be only regular dealer at No. 63S, by Bullock Hotel. Read Bloom's shoe talk. A Nil A US EH-Bl' SCH. ST. UK Is I The Following: Special 1 for this WppLv A.ND PABST MILWAUKEE BEEK IS I value Men's and Boy's Summer Serges. All Wool, Fflst Colors. Ser;re suits imw more popular every Year. Zoellner's Clothing are up-to-iiate, made by I'nion Labor, trimmed and tailored in first-class manner, guaranteed jture dve. fast colors, strongly sewed, well put together by best men tailors, jiroperly shaped and lined with oM)( Scr;e or Italian lining. New ami up-to-date Shirt Waist? 75 cent--, at 50el MADE Of .MALT AND HOP3 ON'i.V rlENCE CALL FOR IT. Unless food is digested quickly it will ferment and irritate the stomach. After each meal lake a teaspoontui of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digei-ts what you eat, and will allow you to eat all you need of what you like. It never fails to cure the worst ca-s 1 100 1 300 New ami up-to-date Shirt Waist, the best material to be found, value SI to.2at $1.00 ! of dyspepsia. It is pleasant to take. KJrk G. Phillips. ICE CREAM every day at DhiM- KEN'S drug store Tak' ii this month keeps you well all the .war. Greatest tonic known. Rocky Mountain Tea. made by Madison Medieine Co. S.'jC -k yoi.i dri.ugist. W I. .Neil. 1). D. s.. resident tlst has moved his cfi'ne to Roon. 'J The finest assortment of White Shirt Waists at from SI and upward, the best assortment in the land, ami at popular juices An inspection will Convince you of what we say. Syndicate block. ;ill i wi wih !o Ii,. a .IlUX' I j : Wi'h , , lip.,, laughing eyes, a U'. !' Zocllner's Prices Do the Talking, 'uul mid Comfortable Neliee Shirts and I'ndei vwar. Straw Hat I ... t U :s:ht Soft Hat-. 1 lolf Caps and not le.-.-t our N.,-k Y-ar for SmTiii.-r ... ': ' t pl ashic departure in Im)-rials lor Men ;iip1 Women at (Vnt-s. complexion, take Koi ky Mountain Ten tliiN month. . Ak your drugti-t. ky.'.V.V.V.VV.V.V.'iVAV.VA SHOES, SHOES AT BLOOMS. The newest lasts and nobbiest M.J WRRTHHRIMRRRrB I I Zoellner Bros Co. The Pioneer Clothiers, 5IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illlllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllliiiMllllilillllliiiilllllllllllMiii THE cvfy. mi shapes of standard makers only,. We guarantee every pair. Why.1 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 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. Slaughter , I rv ..Sale A daughter was born to Mr. and Alex Radisky, a Russian from Hu ion. was arrested by the sheriff yes Mrs. J. , . ('arse, on C. L. Siewera has not got anyone from anywhere to do his bicycle work, being perfectly able to do it himself, and he considers himadf or, - . Denver avenue, afternoon at 3 und child are '" I-' ad tYil! h,. mt 'a!lll.e ,:;M. ,;,; j., terclay on a telegram from Sheriff -Madam has fioi 1 room 17 5th. One of of the St Deadwood, yesterday o 'flock. The mother doing nicely. Medbery of Huron. Radiskv is want ed at Huron for running off with Rosn oLowe' e n,ir i.nfs. a meirH Sc hultz and her three children. The gis tire department is; woman and children arrived in Rapid FOR RKNTKi -ht r 0111 modern house, good stone cellar, cooking range, pantry and hath. Six clothes closets. Located at K7 Stuart strf.t workman. Sundries of every description always on hand and at prices to suit. Give him a call, and be convinced. There Is no bosh about this. Or. Seymour. Eye Specialist, coming. July It, to 20. ho-i'i'.il 111 a serious t ity tne first of the week, overlaiW, Reports show that ovtt fifteen ha.- St. Joseph's dlticill. Cblel the use ol 1 furnished I and were taken in custody there. Ra- hundred lives have been saved thru I ' th; hiw- the use of One .Minute Coueh Cure a.luood uibK.v was not aware that he was wanted, and he was at the train yes There will be no ,hni 1 , ... Most of these were cases of griPPC ment. terday, waiting or them to come inri- ,,-. h thi,. ... , J croup. asthma, whooping cough. h St. John's chiin Prof. F l Summer W C tin sq'iaf bronchitis and pneumonia. It early M.111 -mi llolie IO ropodist. ha t 10 l.eiel t use prevents consumption. Kirk G. $1S per month. Coe & Edmonds. LOST. Between Deadwood and Ter-raville. a black leather portfolio with sample copy of theProgn-ssivc Speaker in it. Finder please leave at the i'ioneeiTinies. C. L. Berrien is visiting his sister Mrs. B. C. Cook, of Deadwood. Mr. Berrien is a student at Columbia School of Mines. New York, and is main at the Wash I llulhe Not the best, but one of the best cigars is the "Two Orphan." Try one. The "Two Orphan" ciirar is a leader Phillips. July 5th. E Dress Goods wnen the sheriff took him. The sheriff of Beadle county Is expected after lilm in a few days. At the Opera house next Monday night. July 2nd. the Huebner-Settle company will begin a week's engagement, presenting a series of first class productions with a full line of sne- Nice ice cream Is delicious, while strawberries and cream always taste THE MO-PERN EEAl'TT. All the Line of Thrive cn gixxi fend ami sucsbiw like more, providing they are nice. For the best you should remember XI plenty of jterci.-e in the open air. Every Characters Try one. EBTEY PIANO, both stylish and good to be had only at Hawley a. No. 6?9, by Bulleck Hotel. Call telephone 97 for uniformed messenger. Prompt service. D. D. T. Co. cial scenery and effects. Mondav form glows wlthW l:h ar.d her (ace jlml with Its beaiiiy. :? her ?vstem neelittf the Olympic bakery, where they make it a specialty. tf Small in size and great in results are DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills that cleanse the II going to spend the summer in the Black Hills, getting some practical knowledge of the business. Beginning Tuesday. ,l;ine 2lth, City Marshal Grimshaw will proceed to cleansdng action or a l.native rraeir.i For 3 Days Only use? the gentle ai. 1 i-leasant Syrup of F.M night the greatest of all military melodramas. "After Twenty Years" will lie given and special attention is called to the scenic effects shown in the last two acts. Act IV. being a correct representation of the battle of Gettys If you want a good cigar smoke the Olleet II. ."ill noli lav I'mm made by the California Fig Syrup Co. "two Orphan." resident of the city between the ages How is your kidnevs. Drink Minne- Commencing: Today and Of It I aild all. Have the mono,- ruoHv tor him or he will nut vnn i.. u,,u burg and the fifth act shows the battlefield by moon light the nieht after continuing Until the streets. Just Received new . . -1 . ? the hit. . Saturday Night. 'e.ation rotvrEt t . Mrs. .Morrison of Lower Main liver and bowels. They do not gripe. Kirk G. Phillips. How i.s your stomach troubles. Drink Miunekahta water. Once snioke, always sninkul. What: the ' Two Orphan" cipnr. Don't forget that $7. 50 atlas which may be obtained absolutely free by trading at the following firms: I. H. Chase. Hattenbach Rros., Zoeckler Bros.. Zoellner Bros.. Zipp Shoe Co., -cn 111 -.! street, was being sought after bv the kahta water. Go to Vienna Rakery and Cafe for ice cream. Served every day. i!7j Main street. tf Dr. Seymour, eye specialist. In his private car at B. & M. depot, Julv 16 to 20. Something new, see the Ark ad in On All Kinds of police yesterday, with a warrant Wall Paper Laces and Velvet charging assault and batterv. Mrs. the battle. The Daily Call of Lead says: "it was a splendid play presented by a first c lass company, in fact one of the best ever having visited the Hlack Hills. The specialties introduced between the acts were of the best order and the c ompany deserves patronage." Prices of admission will bo 25 and 50 ckents. Reserved seats on sale at Fishel's Bazaar. Duncan, of Miller .street, was in police Trimmings. Vrir,. i' ml' i'mm f M : COUlt. for USina Ohseem. lanmairo on. 1 .p,.,.,. , en,,, her hearing was continued until Fri per roll, at this issue. day. Wilson Kenny & Co.. Kirk G. Phillips, Sam Schwarzwald, G. M. Butler. Fish- MAX FISHEL'S 6,000 years have we waited for the ine ladies ot the Methodist church Co -tore. Next to Zij'ii S el's Bazaar and A. M. Smith. These and any others interested are renuest greatest blessing ever offered. It doubles your joys and halves your sorrows. That's what Rockv Mount ed to meet at the home of Mrs. Tor- checks may be combined from the stores named above and must be called for on date of purchase. rem e on r nday afternoon. June 29 5'Sf"xsc:.!iTflsr vrx.- v-v : -v - v. natI ain Tea does. 35c. Ask your drug iw iimne Kai ineius ior tne women in gist. Lowe All who suffer from pi will be India. Rring materials plain cotton DeMouth's Ark has a change of ad glad to learn- that DeWitt's Witch goods or calico, three, six or seven in inis issue, iook it up it sets forth a yard lengtns. Hazel Salve will give them Instant and permanent relief. It will cure Lead? new idea. Read and profit thereby. eczema and all skin diseases. Kirk Off the track means a ureat disaster XXV snenn piunkett came in from Spearfish Crossing late Tuesday night with an Italian. Peter Toiarirn hn G. Phillips. when applied to a fast express train Others Follow F. M. Gantz, D. D. S. MoCern Den It is Just as bad when it refers to dis was charged with threatening to do 1900 VIVES The m..: i k aut i fullv finislni! reliable Cameras m.M thivear The Superiority ol ViveJ-enses Lead Everywhere. tlstry of ah kinds. Gas administered great Doaiiy harm to some men ordered blood or deranged stomach. Eighteen years of experience. Rosen pio.veu at urettell s sawmill. He at. Hood's Sarsaparllla puts the wheels Don't fall to try the 'Two Orphan' thai Block. tempted to keep the men from cutting back on the track by curing the trou nmuer on certain ground that he bles. Indigestion, nausea are cured by e use pure fruit juices at our claimed, but which Brettell says he fountain.. Our soda cannot be beat. nimseif has a patent for. Four marriage licenses were iB Try it PALACE PHARMACY A good idea put Into execution, the Ark ad In another column explains what we mean. Hood's Pills. Dr. Brochear wishes to state that Mrs. N. I. Alford has purchased the right to manufacture and sell her goods in this territory. All ladles James Nicholas, the blind man who 11 yesterday by the clerk of courts to i if i 4 is canvassing for the sale of "The s. fc. ttuono and aulina Abula. of Progressive Speaker." lost his Dort terra vine: to J. c. Barber and Miss Nellie Honey of Lead: to H F ri folio and sample copy last Monday be rwishing a beautiful complexion will tween Dead wood and Terra vi lie oeld of Chadron. Nebraska, and Anna The finder will please leave at the Pio -n. iambrecht of Broken Rnr do well to call upon her. 60914 Main street (orer Dee t ken's drug store.) PILLOW SALE From June 18th. Mrs Mooney, 41 Lee street, second. neer 1 imes or report where it can be braska: and to George M. Reeves of had. ueaawoou. and ...iss Joseshine Sal mon, of Lead. Harry Miller, who was an old Dead floor, will give 25c discount on everv ILe Bush-Gerts PIANOS Superior for... Tone, Touch Durability .... wood boy and was employed in Kirk A party of tourists, consistinc- nr i.uo worth of stamped ooods. Tv Lieutenant FJ. S. Wright nt t, tv. Phillips' pharmacy for several vears rial embrodiery silks at 40c per dozen " i 1 1 i Bazaar, I United States ravalrv. station returned to Deadwood yesterday on the tor two weeks. Walter L Vcrcoc M. D. Klkhorn train, as a representative for Fort Robinson, his brother. M. H Wright, of Louisville. Kentucky: Mrs. f. S. Romii8, wife of a ranrnin In Starvation never yet cured Persons with Indigestion are al Burnigh Brothers. manufacturing ready half starred. They need chemists, of Baltimore, Maryland. H? has Iowa. Nebraska, and the Black First cavalry, also of Fort Robinson and Miss Wright, a sister nt plenty of food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digest what yon eat so thit th hmiv ueaawooa, south Dakota. " Office in the Waite Block. Oculist. and AuristB, & M. Rj Glasses Scientifically Fitted. HUls for his territory and Is th first tenafs. reached Deadwood For Sale Fishel's can be nourished. It is th only preparation known that will instant! t r. representative his firm has had in this section. He eas his mother. Mrs. L. E. and took dinner at the Bullock. They are out on a jaunt thru th Heve and completely curs all atom. Miller, is in Denver, visiting her daeh- ach troubles. It is certain to do you and are making the most of their trip' In the afternoon they drove to Fort Meade. 4 , Ret. 62 Centennial Ave, ; i ter. and hi brother, Bert, ta still In the insurance business In Lincoln. good. Kirk O. Phillips 663 Syndicate Block Main St. sr.-" 1 1

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