The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on August 12, 1900 · Page 8
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August 12, 1900

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

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V 00 THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEAD WOOD S. D. SUNDAY, AUGUST i2, u, Homemade genuine apple cider vinegar at the Standard Cash Grocery. Born To the wife of M. Commack. First ward, at 6:30 last evening, a bon. ES"'KY piano for my ramlly. Maw-1- v i, the only regular dealer at 1 Whieh Way apt, Trmr ttt? a No. 639. by Bullock Hotel. W'esleyan Qu.titel, Tuesday nilit. Reserved scat- for U'esleyan Quar trt at Kishe! - ii nts. Something unusual. ..A clear Hava YOU WANT THE MOST AND BEST FOR YOUR MONEY, DOIM'TYOU? mm YOU CAN GETIT.WEGIVK ITaw. na cigar for 5 cents.. .Paxton &Galla-gher & Co.'s Little Eifel. FIVE HUNDKKI) TON'S OK ICE FOR SALE lif THFJ TON ONLY. ZOECKLER BROS. Pictures of the latest finish at the railroad studio car, and a vraiety of fancy mounts to select from ..Hen and Boys Clothing., De Wit's Little Early Risers a-e famous little pills for liver and bowel J3 Strong Pull.... ..Jo Clear Out Stock... .FIore Fapidlg THIS SALIC IS AS INTERESTING IN V A LL'IC AND PRICE WISE AS IT WAS WEEKS AGO. A TALE OF LOW PRICES To clear our entire stock of Summer Goods we will offer them this week regardless of former prices and what they cost. Every Dollar's I orh Most Be Solfl Shirt Waists, Silk Waists, Suits, Dress Goods, Walking Suits, Hosiery and Underwear. Regardless of what they Cost SALE TO BEGIN Monday Morning Hals, Caps anil Gents FnrasMng Goods. l Political Speakers are Wrangling over "The Basts of Values Come ond o;et our Prices and we will show the Bosis of Values, in our line inside of a minute. troubles. Never grippe. Kirk G. Phillips. josepu wens, wno resides in the Spearfish valley, estimates thai his orchard will this year yield 400 barrels of extra line apples. The first of the series of entertainments to be given under the auspices ot the public schools will take place at the Opera house September 5. When you want to go to Central take Tuller's hack. Stand in front; of No. 35 Lee street. Fare 25c. The work at the railroad photo car near depot on Pine street, is the finest ever offered in Oeadwood. . .Prices the lowest. The missionary committee of the Baptist Young People's union will give a missionary concert next Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock. Subject, "Mission Work in India." Admission free. THE SINGER Is doing busless at the old stand, 656 Main street, opposite Max Fishel's. Oil, needles and attachments for all kinds of machines. Miss Nellie and Mattie Shepherd- We Have the Goods. The right stuff at tin-sale as "The Crime of right prices. Competitors will speak 1 WO. Come and see. Don't forgot the1 of this n n in her The Pionees ZOELLNER BROTHERS CO. CLOTHIFM --.4W j M.JJelr. 647 MAIN STREET, DEADWOOD, D. ir. India, the land of fa mi no f. D. Smith handles nothing but the beer, grade smithing coal. HOW IS THIS? One lot of Sailors for 25c for three days only at Ackermann's. v.., iauM.- im-y ,nnot obtain son left yesterday for their home at Yankton. On their way home they will stop at Hot Springs to take in the sights and comforts of South Dakota's summer resort. Ground spices of superior quality at ?5c per pound at the Standard Cash Grocery, corner of Deadwood and Sherman streets. Ole Skatland and Miss Anna Gun-derson, both of Terry, cultivated the iU ic;t, me land of pleiitT many RiifrVr nn.i i,,,,,.. .t. Never Before . , ,,,, im,uusc mey can ESTEY PIANO, both stylish and KO'-'d to be had only it Hawley'3. THECITY. Min-ne-kah-ta water for the stomach. Try it. Photo Buttons 35c each at railroad photo car. uigt-M i khhi iney eat. Kodol nucilniiuin i .. r- . I : . . . . . i Attention Foremen. Regular meeting of the Oeadwood lire department will be held in par-If.rs, oMnday evening, August 13, 1 900. By order of CHIEF F. KELLER. G. H. DAMON, Secretary. In Black Hills History j j-k I'Dio, v mi- inn.-iis wnat you eat 639, by Bull.ck Hotel. o. inqtnntlv .i w, .,.,1,,,,:, ,um i iiuicaiiy cures an Biuiiiiicii iroiums. Kirk G. PM Call telephone 97 for uniformed mes- .! T- T-v rr- f.. lips. Bu the tubllme been so accurarfelyr e-prodoced, or never before ha there been inch a Grand selection of Uienubllmea of the Hilli. at are now rhovi nai ihe popular Btudloa of Oo to Vienna Bakery and Cafe for H. R. LOCKE & CO., acquaintance or tne county cleiK yesterday and secured a permit to wpj. The wedding was booked to take place in Terry last evening. The ball to have been given by Hie Olympic club next Friday night will be held on tht Thursday preceding. Main Main Street, UAD. bKhAlLAD(jHltlSAL Street, WOOD. seuger. Prompt service, u. u. i. v.u. tou win never find any other pills so prompt and so pleasant as DeWif.t's Little Early Risers. Kirk G. Phillips. F. M. Gantz, D. D. S. Modern Dentistry of ali kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years of experience. Rosen-:hal Block. DBAD They Lead Othera Follow N ALL OUR In Photography, Cabinet Work or Phatinotype cn account of the minstrel show nt the Opera house billed for Friday night. Try a pound of the Standard Cash Grocery's 25c Mocha and Java coffee. It has a delicious flavor that excels all other brands that sell for much u.ore money. The non irritating cathartic is Ice cream. Served ever day. 675 Main street. tf Fresh task of German dill pickles just opened at the Standard Cash Grocery. W. L. Neil, D. D. 8.. resident den-ilst, baa moved his office to Room !3, Syndicate block. FIVE HUNDRED TONS OF ICE FOR SALE BY THE TON ONLY. ZOECKLER BROS. Hair dressing in all its branches at Mrs. W. W. Mellck's, Room 8, over Deetken's drug store. tf FIVE HUNDRED TONS OF ICE FOR SALE BY THE TON ONLY. ZOECKLER BROS. . . wr All tho fruits and vegetables of the season at the lowest prices. Standard Cath Grocery. The best production seen in Dead-wood the Passion Play. Paxton & Gallagher company's Little Eifel 5-cent cigar is one of the best ever sold in the Hills Photos of the latest finish at the railroad studio car, and a variety of Coffee Talk.. Our MOCHA 3nd JA causes the consumer! to mack their Up anil ask of the hiopy housewife, "Where did you uy that coffee?" This Brand J9 Kvuvweasgaf. I JW mmmm sssss-a is v I humors and many other diseases, Including rheumatism and that tired feeling. Bad blood Is made good blood by Hood's SarsaparlUa. Joe Uivard of Galena, who drew a prize of $15,000 from the Louisiana lottery several years ago, is now an inmate of the county hospital at Central. He is a sufferer from something like paralysis. He worked for years I W .T g mm m 9 mm m r ) I m XI Tea dust on which there Is no war tax sells at 25c per pound at the Standard Cash Grocery. ANHAUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS AND PABST MILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE CALL FOR IT. It is a doctor's Business to study health. Doct-.rs coiVcntly itcoin-mend HARPER Whiskey. .i.' bv Carr &. Berry, Deadwood, S. D People who burn the Lamp of reason need Rocky Mountain Tea. Greatest reason producer known. 35c. Ask your druggist. Stuart Thompson was thrown from a vehicle out on the Carbonate road, striking in such a way as to fracture his hip bone, making a most serious injury, which will keep him housed up for several weeks, if not months. Mrs. Hostwick will give lessons in lace wcrk and embroidery at the l.n-('ies' Bazaar eveiy Tuesday ami i Thursday afternoons. ' i in ji is am m 'A - ji rest nrw vmiim inmt a u mmm i Puts sons? In the housewife's moflsh. oue life's boat to east smooth upon harmonious Has, and the husband to be joHy and hapiT with the Homestake timber gang, and has made money enough had he taken care of it. to live in palatial quarters. There are a jrreat many men in the Because I -" cl? fancy mounts to select from. Hills who seem to take no carp of Min-ne-kah-ta water for kidney trou I i ----1. -tay k -r FS5feV??rafcrj3Wajg- r -. ? - . I mflf the morrow and blow their money In with litter disregard for the future. It is the best and must delicious coffee ever sold, equals any 5Jc coffee ever on the market. Just try 30c worth one bles. Try it. nt tinif Mothers endorse it, children like It, .i I'e.ili pound. While thfy are the best on the market, wi them to the front as a leader for two dav- " 'i REDUCKD PRICES. old folkes use it We refer to One Minute Couah Cure. It will quickly cure J. GOLDBERG. all throat and lung troubles. Kirk O. Phillips. A good story on an eating ho;i--e is nrur- 6i AiirwTCR SALE KING going the rounds: A traveling man stopped at this restaurant for break- i Millions will be spent in politics this year. We can't keep the campaign going without miney any more than we can keep the body vigorous without food. Dyspepsics used to starve themselves . Now Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and allows you to eat all the good food you want. It radically cures stomach trubles. Kirk G. Phillips. Chronicle: Captain Paul I). McClelland returned Monday evonine last. At dinner time, while standing I V X N Corner Main and Gold Sts cutside, the proprietor came outside and rang tho dinner bell, at which j 1900 VIVES European Hotel.... Rates I $i Per Day I The m.-t finished an' Cameras v,,! r,ilial'l; 1 his vear from Lead, where he instituted a com- j mand of Spanish-American War Vete- j a small dog began to howl dismally. Turning to the dog, the traveling man said: "What the d 1 are you howling about? Yo.i don't have to eat here." The aforesaid proprietor didn't do a thing to tne dog. When you are born the Creator strts you going and you go a long time, if you grease the main-spring of life CARR & BERRY Pr ft V ! "1 - rans Saturday evening with a charter membership of thirty-eight. The new organization is something after the style of the G. A. R., and will tend to The Superiority ot Vive Lenses Lead r.verywnere. Our Sample Room Y A . j Quiet j Orderly I:---; Place. ! " .-. -...-t '-'is I 5 -i with Rocky Mountain Tea. Great lubricator. Ask your druggist. o ' The Best Remedy for Diarrhoea. : Mr. W. M. Cross, a prominent and influential citizen of Coryell county, Texas, says, "I never had such pains in my life as I suffered when diarrhoea attacked me. I have tried many medi keep green patriotic memorfes and glorious deeds reformed by the brave boys who upheld the flag in Cuba and the Philippines. Captain McClelland is the mustering officer for the Black Hills. The wolf in the fable put In sheep's clothing because if he travled on his reputation he culdn't ' accomplish hit purpose. Counterfeiters of DeWitfs Witch Haxel Salve couldn't sell their j Ite Bush Gerts 1 PIANOS la connection Is large, finely lighted and furmlshed, where a good stock of the choloeet 'wine, liquors and cigars are constantly carried In stock music of the choicest variety causes this air to ring "with good cheer attentive waiters and courteous treatment causes' a climax that only few places In the west msjr boast of. Superior for... Tone. Touct. I li worthless salves on their merits, so they put them In boxes and wrappers cines, but none give me such relief as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy." This is unquestionably the best remedy known for diarrhoea. It always cures and is pleasant to take. For sale by Kirk G. Phillips. like De Witt's. Look out for them i Take only DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve . Durability It cures piles and all skin diseases For Kirk G. Phillips. . SALE BY . . Location In the . Heart of the City. Steam Heat Bath and Toilet In Each Room. Fishel's Bazaar, A RARE BARGAIN. Tour choice ofany of r" T-ant i it2t a Slaughter! uiiu rccrlo tay, but we say they '"t !.u. A .wci. lot of our $3.50 and ti C3 patter auarA go during the next thiee days' sale at JU0. , ! , . : At ACKERMANN'S. Car& Berry. pattern hats, the best we "hnv in the t store, for three days only at $3,93. .V 663 Syndicate Bloc Main St. ACKERMANN'S. k- a, - - . v

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