The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on July 25, 1900 · Page 6
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July 25, 1900

The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 6

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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tines. S. p. : i:i..CK IIII.I.S). WKDXLSI'AY MORNING. JULY 2: II V "-:xts 25th VICAR The Ground Gives Way. ', . .?..,.;.t Hiol M.li4 ;iMl 1 ' WAGE EARNERS' MEETING. T'-e v .ii 10 fjf.ifv nt-s f Liho Oi y.ifi ii n j f s. r i-M . Hearst Mercantile Co. ,,-.. 1"" i" 1 1" N .Mi!! LINCS CARRIED. Di, Good:., Carpets and Draperies. F.t , : "im' y and Ladies fi . ad) -To- v'ear Goods. Ciolhincj, rurnishings and Snot . Tiunks and Va I ce s. Miocenes. Hddrxvare ana Mine and -M 1 1 1 Supliea. A b m 1 1 l I 1 x ill I . I V. '''''',ur m i- (l.-a!.-!' .-IniiU'l . at i t la: . l.a' n i xx I. ; in ,a! pri-i". rail' ii nl II ho.- I i'l s i in's.- (in.-.- I Im- im . i la t,. felt niorc Ui'i-iilx t!i;iii in the xvnni ii Ihiilx" it I :t ; i v . i : , . " In .'.,(-, I , I I I iii'i : : ' ..... .1 x-..:- .!. "' 'I I a : i : . . -.iii: a'" an -. !-. I xx;. I.- ai ! '! !, . , .;..;! I , . i i I 'a-.!'- a. in I !m 1 1 : I M . i i : ! . . ' . "! Ill'' 111 ! 'la J ' II,,. - 1 I . ' I ha - i'. .11 n ' -I ' M "Mix . ,i : - a 1 1 I t h i i h k ; int. r- a inl 1 1 : i i ... I In: Ma ,i a haul . ;-i-i xx hi. Ii xx ., . a 1 iia i I 1:1,.' a pa x ' in. ii I Sum.-' x.-.n i mi nl'l lauuinit ami Im ' 1 -1 1 lia-l n ! i ' ' I i : 1 1 odi It : ; - I. 1: 1' ii, U . I - Ml l 1 li. iv that slid" ait pi'Miloininatf.--. Tan inkir.- id" na Inr than ever this simmiii. 1 'ii ii vi-stintis ami si roll iMSsiii-arc also xa i x .; t!" .-ii.ni" j 1 ;i i ii shoes free fnmi nrna iik-ih.u mn I .!! 'i i,. pleasing anil fuciuatiiiK i-l't't-( ts in law slni.-- xmm. it pea pi' tiiic. '1'lit'i' lasts lime a ti'inlciK y In a urn at the Inc and pusses very graceful lines. Tin y anatmiiiciil I ivpiiniiiniits of the foot than for in a i. ami it i- to he Impeil that it will he a lonu; I i nci i n .-1 nun: i : i '. i ! '. i' ui .-'i :,.) I' I . W.I i T.i'c '.9 ii.nra luil-"rer the HIM ia,t. , I..,, I, I ,u1, ,1 -.-illlic 11 will. Urn-.' ii i ' ii 1 1' M i 1 1 III k i II U III' 11 'II' TH I 1 X linn l iiiiaiiininus in !" 1 1 1 ri i xx ii i nln Ih.' h h Mn ii tilled xx 1 1 h ! I.,, i i ;n . i'-i ' ' i i ' i i, M'i'ii 1 1 1 i - . , iidv.mt.i;.,' to l!n.' j j - I I - Hi .ill ir i ii 1 1 : : 1 1 ' -ii - thiil i h I :cl nf tin' i i. in in. h 1 1 M !' ii h I II -i X I'll 1 1 I :- 1 .1 W 'I' I ' 1 : II . Hi .nil I ' II " il, . 1 1 I , ' 1 1 1 III IIMll.il ,:. ' , , III In I : : ' m , . I, Sal,' 1 1 ,iii ! -n , a i ix 1 1 ; i ., Im a,: a ' All ! i 1 1 ! 1 1 M I ii A I I I HM I I .. Ill 11' II' I III l-,l 1 1 . 1 1 M .-,'Mi d.ia. II nl till. in In' (if ;ul vii nl ;i K' v In , i mi i im II II il HI , Mil t tl.it til ,11, in I'm ulll l:, I it 1 1 Ml ' I ' - I II' vi ' III ;;i ,1 '. ;, I II ,l ,, ,il Misses and Children's Shoes. I.! X.. II. I.ll I,, II. Ill II Hid .1 - III.- I'l-O.-I" 1111 ;l I:, i i ! v, ., . ;,. ,.: 'ry largely depends upon pro- 1 1,, i ,i 1 M ' 1 1 1 . I III" .1 1 ! . I ' i r iMn iii" hard xx.-ar uui li shoes hy litthc I'n.i Th I 1 1, i win K i n ni'li . . I i li. mi- will Hnxe . ,,: ""l I" ' 11 II .'HI I il'! .1 i I hill many moons liax inn hiiMi 1 1 1 1 ' I hat I i 1 1 1 ' , I Iim wood h a - rut I im) li-axina ' li i.- In ih' In 'limit h xx h ii Ii i l iL'hl or ti n f'M'l ill i"ith I'.x Ih'' 'I-.- (.f planks ;i ii i j tliiiixv n "II 1 1 1 I.M'I (it .-alii! Ih'- xx.iL'ini xx a - illli'l ;iiiii iiii'l lmimim'I No Im.'- xx:m InM in jn in iirins; pi. ink an l . . mi ph-tol x . tn-inir 111" Mr.M't until a fur.-.- nf mTi an I,. put at xx i irk ii pi m 1 1 i . -tin in.' i- In pi.ip.-r 'hap" H i- a nn-d.-r 1,'M.X I'll, ..ri i"li of t II" l i . .-I ha - xx it , tixiil flu- 1 1 a x "1 si i hint;. for tin- en -' x I i, h . in . T"i! t h" la ree i-a x il v xx a im! li,' Mi I Ii a li I i 11 ' Ii" ; it! t 1 1 i i k In- li.lH I " . l . I.i -1 I l."i , ' I m. n , ., an .. i . ", .. a xx . i.ll . V i In! I I .1 1 ' 1 I: :i I I . . dl' III .1 . ; . in ii' : ' : J ii'l I ! pi nl. . I ion (if t li'- ill- i iC.'l i h III .(111 Mik, I.l,,l,-X I'Mlll ill. mi' nf much thought and study on our part V" haX" strixa ii to ,-,iMiir.' only 111" tx- Ih s . lii'ti ha- hit-ii fivi'ii the lasts, that nature's xx.nk a , I. ml xx it Ii in mat innn tin- font Si xle is always a prominent feat are inn tin.'.: nl dress slmes are pan ii iilarl tlimi-a. .ints You ire invited to xisit the shoe d'-pat'tnn n' of i ' I im I m i . . . i ., - i . . i n ' . :ji a, 1 1 a ; x j,., i, la . i, im I . I j,.-. ii. Ki in I . l 'u I tm .X. A Ii.-x.- I'ini h. I .".I'l, i I. U I ' I ' I - nl I Ii" v. .i:.m , ii ii, : j I ii ii ii , ., 1 1 : In v. , 'i 1. 1 n ir i, " .in ..i . ii-.Hi. ir affairs i mid arrive at I i ii.nl' I i "ii a ii'l xxiic "i S'-i' '"la i' an Hi an in ,. l a li'l i v -I. n, j'l-h xx.-h- ill I.' a, I x.-tinhix :.-ilini; at.' in hum a ,. , . . I , II . i . a. . ,,. .':'i,. Ml I'ld'-mi x.i fuiiii.aK ' hi ' txx.-ei. Ih. in a la! ii,..,.- . in ill n . I ' im'.imcI in I In: moc.-i bllslll.-.-s III 'In' I'm . .an I,., ai'ian:'.,! .-a I i - fa .1 .a 1 1 j x.,11- .x l"Mi l.iil sol. I his int. ret, a a inl 'i 'in 1 m I i n i in ii im in, I ' la a I tin'' ,iai a 1 1 1 1 i - Hurt a lani ' ' en, i.i anil a 'Ii I it', 'i la,, , 1 1 , ; 1 1 1 ,-, 1 1 1 1 f I ' i 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; . , , , . . , , xx m , M "A 1 1 i , ( Ma-. " a, II. , a : ' l 1, 1 in .v :-,., I SHED ( ,1- I,' Sick in Colorado. S in 1 1 h xx In i xx a - a 1 1 ir Ilia h x' x . ar . a im ! . I I III'' I!: :lilx mill .1 1 Ii -!n , I Ml' Mi 1 1 1 XWAALI i I ri JULY CLEARING UP. i ll IIWH' WOTjl ,'J M I Sweeping Reductions V'. CHILLS m m For One Week Dr. OoII.er i Mimmc! Goods .y. . l ( ) 1 ' ! ' 1 ) 1 1 i ! I V . f. 1 . V J . i i 1 I LEA:, AjAuCD. I Rial .. Li i i T WAISTS. CRASH SHIKIS. ti: .. .SAILOU AND I RIM VIED HATS . . LAWNS," DEMNITY. WHITE GOODS. LACES. EiVIBROIDEKY i ,;. -. , la. - lax s. :. l 1 .,'.,. -Lead (jit'a'e. 41". .Man. s';,..; i...- ',x ThurS'i.ix s .-itu! S itm-lixt 1; xx. 11- ,1 Lsla' la llts (' i . t , X8 ! III 1 : 1 1 I . X "I X I h I I"' . I I -. I ;, . : Ml III. -I "M I'.' a pi ! 1 1 1 i lose r i m 1 1 d I" -s ( if ii I'ln- nnaiis iiiini".x axe. I to i x.rxon.' si-pplxin at our stole. t In ir ne. d-: LEGAL W:; i i, i " na. , - la .iia l.a 'l -"III. I .In- ami it i - la im I a Tal xx'.- Ix.-' X i- it i il- and Hoots ,1 I ':.,! 1 , l ' 111 1 i (aio.ls. I 'ii i n i sn n i- Co, i, i ! i 1 1 1 . t s u inxi .- hues. ..1 . i M'tn all i. 1: x- . I' tlailiamd 'I a 1 hm. i f- Points. III:. .', I 1 K M.s Pension AIIOAecf. !. ', liol uid. xx ho was engaged in ha rii" l hi . i M"s, m -I a ai i for m x . al x , ai - I , mm 1 1' Iii,- 1,1 1 1 1 Ma la I Whtre Th. v Sell Cheap. No. 5 Muin Street Lead Chase's CT5 C5 ; i .'.. ' ii" in- i.x ,, .No I, Am-) j , ,, a a .-t i . pi. "i,i n- ti,,. 'Id M. ' . am ;. I ii-m r. ".y" J ' I St(aunsliii i: " " .-fe f -H C : trsrrvnl i '--3, V. S. IV-; - .....I I ! I Vi'iili Ih.ti I I - i li. xx In n I" xx a - l.nrii.'d ain x e-t . -r J 'I i i , . a x . .1 not ic- li oai I h , " ii- n ni Consular am: 'I' pa : t n a n t I hat h , - i la im I . i i. n.-ii Hi j , i ' im- xx. ... in I.,;,,! ,,, i , j s 1 1 , i M 'IM. Ml I ! e l " , I, I ', ' . . ;, -.- i'l a I a c nl . h:W. -'in St t h 1 --S' Z-l uth Dakota r niLead, I ' Harrison Thcne :'. Black HilU "Mi Lleni li j.. II . ' I. . Ilox. , -:t p. i nnnii I. from .1 an na i x .'nth. I V7. II" has alsi i I i , n i ' " I al l.i.. . han. "s Im . ,. . m ill-: 1..'. Ix p. ii -ion xx as l' iod and ad xisiiiL- him to t'lalxe appla at ion as fa .' hack as 1VI. In that x,-ar his appli i atioli tor a p"iiion xvas reje. t i and his advisors think thine will he Inn little tumble in haxiiiK the full anionnt allowed since the (hit- that his first applii atien xvas rej.'i t"d. If he sin a "eds in Rettini; the back pension, and with that already allowed, it xx ill make quite a neat little sum. : o BARCAINS IN GOOD SHOES M 1 ' ll'-in '- L' ,,. ,M 1S :s ill tin ' I ' x x i -it ;nu Irani,!- 1 1 .-r li'isliaml has , hartie of the Keystone prop. i t.x She i. -ports h,,, Welch . -x- ounix ainlilnr. as writim; for the Keystone Nexvs and K'dtinu; his umi lar tlirce meals per day. I- H- Halxer and xx ife. who are isit-iu in the Hills from Cleveland. Ohio, with the family of Charles Dickinson, xxent out to Crystal Cave last evening oxer the Fort Pierre. They remained all nielli and will return on tomorrow's passenger. The number of people from the surrounding .(intitrv xxlio are rnminir to la ild to . OMsiilt xx i, , 1 r. llusihee mini: num. i on.- x atactics of c, ,. COBWEB I -Our (!reat Keilui tlon Sale still iunt innes and we call your attention to tin- unexampled values we are after inn in (iootl Shoes. SHOES FOR MEN DR, E. S. BUCBEE Eye Sit.ciasis r. Office in Bailor Dlork. LEAD, S. D. Boiler anfl-EogMpaii! Special attention Given to Kegrind-ing and setting Valves. Can go to any part of the country to do work F. UNDERWUOD. Englexvood, S. 1J. Stfa'k Zkri:(;a Miners' Union Reorganized. In the dispatches from l'ierre under date ol the ':!rd inst. there is reported the tilini; of artichs of in- "lunation for tin Lead City Miners' union, xxhi, h is ilulx am honied to hold prop' i t y MEN'S SHOES, in Lace and Congress Ktyles, coin toe, a solid. Always the Best; r SHOES FOR WOMEN. I LADIES' SHOES, and Oxfords, in flue DoiiKola, both in black and tan shades, x-oin toe. and late btyle.s and trth "1 2 5 well made shoe that al A -i or xi-ovc c..ll: ill ' (HI Cleiir V I 00, r . i . - hi , . . . in ? ' . . 1 1 a i - in .-ale l'rlte inx.' Sale Trice Lead's ; ., X.'-1t U X.X.' j io tin- auiount of .".'( km. .lames .1. I 'li.' ii. I'd. Slii'nmoy ami t Inirh s Yar-I ii " named a- mco'rpoi alors. 'J'his j '- !'" vr oi'L'anizat ion of i.nion ;. I " ' " ' 'ii its , orpin .ii,. exist, in i nn -I d i,;. : : ..!' i ," SMt. ol Sculii (;... .MEN'S SHOES, in both black and LADIES' SHOES,' in lace or but tan shoes, n calf, -col', cordovan ton, black and tan. in stylish : " ' i ! a - X' i 'id , :,, to 1 ,, ; j , x . . that I I'll'" "i plnlcssioi) j,a. '" ell i,.-:- ' I"' '"1 in this M'.-tion until now n i 'a' peni. have P. .-ti ii'sotM-,,,-. I "! ' 1 I, Mi " their "X-o- 1 I lulill Aht 1, ft last evenin.: i"i Ih" It ! 'V M H'ltt". Mont.'in 1. XX'here be ! -'" - for a x i-.if and to sc that live I sliajH-s and This season's and box calf, in ' 'o'n t an, in ''oil lesions, an nniisnally well .95 I No, 15 I ami all tbe ie ic new styles. 01 and i " i I finished shoe, reiThlar worth Jk.jI1 jU 85 price. $2 .'.(I, Clearing S il Clearln? Sale price L l'rif 11,'liitiir ' if.- John has In en in the I ' . t ., ,, , I W.inlstosu' ,,u xvlicii vou .in- Mi ls a lonu- win!.- and if he should 1 tin,! thine to his likinti there it is ;n s',v'1 "' I'iir. ix- possible that be will lo ate WW I, CHILDREN'S SHOES, Hender- son's School Shoes, all sizes from S to 2. a strong servicea-able calf shoe, extra well MEN'S WELT SHOES, in fine kid and box calf, black and tan shades, both vesting and plain tops, all the late styles rniu fhapes are in Loan5 Real Est;- made thruout, and one uuu unit andlrr'---nce cluded in this lot, regular A Q that will stand hard wear, i lard wear. A 1 1 r $1.60, I JJ price, ?3.DU, t-iearins oaic. Regular price, . "lC While Jumping Rope. sin. . .. i a Nix a of Tn : avill.-. xxliiif Milt. pirn; lope xost. nlay. broke I. si La: .,'ioxi the i n,-. . The boy is about live or six xears of asro. and xxiiile be was in the act of jumping his foot slipped, and in some unaccountable manner the les was broken. The Lead hospital doctors were summoned and made the little fellow as comfortable as possmle. o Hose Company No. 1, Active. A committee from Hose Company Xo. i, Charles Coolidge and L. M. Rice, were yesterday circulating a subscription paper for the purpose of raising funds to be used In the building of the new hose house. The company has considerable funds In the treasury Clearing Sale Price rice : , - I III I" ' ' 111 III I WINES. LIQUORS. OR CIGARS And if you know hi prices on these goods you would want to see him. I've Got It! You want It! Let's Get Together. Yours for business STEVE. tie ti hut yon will hav to show us. --xve predict that John will find no place like home. George J. Rothwell, the grocer, yes terday morning leased the west room of the Raber brick block, and will occupy the same on the 1st of August. Mr. Bothwell has the privilege of leasing the other room If he so desires, and Is strongly impressed with the idea of so doing. He finds with his constantly increasing trade that his present location is inadequate anl will, when stored, hare as neat a store as can be found in any city. J. A. BERGER' LEAD S. D. ANTHONY TRAUT PRACTICAL PLOKi and Steam LEAD, Sv)'

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