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See JonesW. C. Jones.
All kinds of masks at Petersons
Andy Brown and S. C. Parker
are at Walker today.
A, H. Klevin, of Crookston, is
.at the Markham today.
County Commissioner Wright
was a Cass Lake visitor yester
More powerful then Svenjzali's
hypnotic power is Mark's Lung'
The Ladies' Reading Club
meets this afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Boss.
E. J. Willets represents the
Northwestern Marble works.
sure and buy of no other.
The father of his country is also
getting to be the father of a very
large family of masquerade balls.
H.G. Giilham, the Blackduck
-saloon man, is shaking hands
with his many Bemidji friends
The Arabs cure envy by be
stowing the thing coveted.
Mark's Lung Balsam cures
coughs and colds.
Win. Kelly, proprietor of the
raig house atKelliher, returned
lionae Saturday night after a few
day 's visit in Bemidji.
Wm. McDonald, one of the Pio
neer's most valued carrier boys
is at Tenstrike* visiting at the
logging camp of his uncle Russel
Fred Hall went to Tenstrike
\Saturday night and will spend
the next ten days talking about
Hall's clothes to the lumbermen
in the vicinity of Tenstrike.
Nero fiddled while Rome
burned. We cannot believe that
anyone will fiddle away their
chanc to cure a cough when it
is so easy to get Mark's Lung
J. J. Jinkinson returned this
morning from Northome, where
lie has been for two weeks looking
after the store during the illness
of C. W. Speelman, who is nownight
A. A. Carter went to Nary this
morning. Work has been com
menced on the broom handle
factory and it will be pushed to
conpletion as soon as possible.
The machinery and equipment
are expected to arrive this week.
Landlord Harris, of the Hotel
Richards at Tenstrike. returned
to his home Saturday night after
having spent several days in Be
midji with his wife and little
daughter who are at the S An
thony's hospital and are improv
ing. DR, FOSTER
Dry Goods Notions
|The Bi Store!
A full line of spring waists just re-
ceived. All the new weaves in white
and fancy vestings.
In order to make room for new ar-
rivals in spring goods we will continue
the sacrifice on all our outings and fleece
lined calicoes. Twenty-five re cent dis-
count on anything in this line nothing
A full line of sizes in ladies' ribbed
fleece lined underwear, which we must
close out at once 50c quality, good
value at 38c each.
All sizes in children's fleece lined
underwear from 15c per garment up for
boys or girls.
8The best assortment in town of mer-
cerized skirts. All the new designs at
nrices to suit the purchaser. Look them
over and be convinced.
The stock of ladies', gents' and child-
ren's shoes continue to arrive daily.
We carry the best line of shoes in the
city. Queen Quality $3 shoe for women
are always satisfactory. Come in and
let us fit your feet.
Fresh cows butter and hens
eg^s at Peterson's.
Mr.and Mrs. Edward Trask ars
visiting with friends at Nary.
Attorney Campbell is transact
ing busineas at Walker today.
E. A* Schneider is back from
a two week's visit with St Paul
A. H. Jester, of Plantagenet,
is among the guests at the Mark
We are. in business for your
health. Be convinced by using
Mark's Lung Balsam.
W. G. Moore, of Cohassct, and
A. D. Brooks of Deer River were
in the city yesterday.
Judge Spooner went to Brain
erd this morning and planned to
take in the Elk's Minstrel show
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Bowser
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
F. D. Coleman at Blackduck over
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bailey
spent Sunday at Northome the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
The Warner Comedy company
went to Crookston yesterday af
ternoon, where they will appear
during all of the present week.
Conductor Nickey is taking
Couductor. Harry Work's place
on the Sauk Center line, while
Mr. Work is enjoying a short lay
Otto Olson of Blackduck, who
has been receiving treatment at
St. Anthony's hospital for some
time, left the hospital this morn
Gilbert Bordeaux of Black
duck returned to his home Sat
urday night after renewing ac
quaintances in Bemidji for sev
A dance was given by the
Grant Valley Town Hall associa
tion last Saturday night, and
about thirty young people from
J. P. Lahr, E. L. Naylor and
Frank Minton returned Saturday
from St. Paul, where they
had been attending the state
Funeral Director's convention.
AVI\ VV'heelock and P. H. Mc
Garry left baturdaj'' night to take
a trip through some of the log
ging camps in this vicinity in the
interests of the Walker hospital.
George Wetsel, the Tenstrike
pioneer, is at St. Anthony, hos
pital suffering from a blood poi
soned toot. His condition is not
serious, and he will be quite him
self in a short time.
S. D. Works spent Sunday at
Turtle River. Mr. Works has a
hardwood camp in that vicinity
which has landed about half a
million this winter. The timber
is being shipped to Mr. Works'
sawmill at Nary.
Andy Danahar is down from
The Liquor Dealers dance to
Allen Underwood, of Solway
was in the city today.
Mrs. J.A. Pachi. of Blackduck
is a visitor in this city today.
K. Albrant. of Blackduck,
is in the city on business today.
0. R. Martin spent Sunday at
Kolliher in the interest of the
The Daily Pioneer want col
umns are ii'ood result getters.
The local lodge of Rebekkas
give a cai-d party at I. O. 0 F...
D. C. Smyth is able to be down
town this morning after a week's
illness of lagrippe.
0. Wiedrick will engage in the
life insurance business and has
tsken several agencies.
A marriage license was issued
to Miss-GJara Iverson, of Bemidji,
and Edward A. Fjellman.o.t'Itasca,
county this morning.
The County has 4eNdiarges at
present. All except 15 of these
who arc at the quaratine hospital
are at the poor farm.
A. H." Uggla, of the town oi
Port Hope, was at the auditor's
office at the court house Satu rn
day and received a 1T wolf
Shevlin swelldom gives a ball
tonight and a party of Bemidji
people are planning--to attend.
The dance will be given at the".
The Revs. Clark and Parks
leave tomorrow for Backus to]I
conduct a series of gospel meet
ings which will continue during
all of this week.
Mike McBride was in Judge
Reynolds court this morning on
a charge of drunkeness. lie was
unable to pay a fine and went to
jail for ten days.
Mr s. Viola Staples, who has
been visiting her son-in-law,
Garry Brennan, for the past six
weeks, returned today to her
home at St. Cloud today.
A snow plow went over the li
from Carmen to Cass Lalo this
morning. Sidings along the line
were cleared and the llagers
worked in the cuts along the line.
Carpenters and finishers are
putting the lixtures for the Ber
man Emporium in position in the
new Street block and it will be
ready for occupancy by March 1.
The probate court has apscribed
pointed G. E. Carson and A. E.
Smith appraisers of the estate oi
Minnie Mondeau. Mrs. Mon
deau's Bemidji property is val
ued at about 2,200.
James and John Milligan. who
recently established a sawmill in
the town of Northern, are in the
city today. They are having a
very good run with the mill and
are'well satisfied with the pros
pects for the future.
Tiros. Kelly, well known in Be
midji .and who recently enlisted
at the-Jocal recruiting office,]
writes a friend from Fort Flaglar,
Washington, where he is sta
tioned in the artillery service,
that he likes army life and is
sorry he did not enlist several
J. Bacon, who has been an in
mate of St. Anthony's hospital
for the past nine weeks, has suf
ficiently recovered to be able to
leave that institution. Mr. Bacon
will spend about three weeks in
Bemidji and at the end of that
time hopes to be able to resume
his business duties at Turtle
foo judgment is
not dilliculL in our
ever i is
good there is no
tear of a poor
choice. We want
you to feel per
fect 1 at home
with us. Our
is here for you to
a mine. They
are the best that
you or we can
in our store has
been selected on
its merits. If the
pri-ei seem low
to you for such
it need I
ua'u-e DO sur'-"T
prise. Thoy are I
THIRD STREET \m^A%
mSA MATTER OF HEALTH
THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE
Since the visit of the M. & 1.
and Northern Pactic officials to
Northome last week life has been
iriven to the rumor that Northome
is soon to have a large sawmill.
While at Northome the official
party weiit down to the lake and
thesidetrack to the proposed mill
site was discussed. This' action
regarded as signficant. It is
said a largo mill is to he put iifat
that pen probably by the I'ills
bury interests who are credited
with having recently purchased
all the Backus-Brooks timber in
that" vicinity. The official party!
went Front Northome toKoochidi
ing and returned homo via tlio
Canadian Noiiliorn to Winnipeg.
Diphtheria at Poor Farm.
The county poor farm is dosed
untier quarantine. A case of"
diptheria has been developed at
the farm and the action was ne
d'ossilated. Th patient was!
Louis Reiner and has been re-J
moved, ills case is not serious.
llEheJaouse was thoroughly lumi
gated and there is no 1'urt her dan
i ger of contagion.
that cannot be cured by the use
of Hall's Catarrh Cure.'
FRANK .1. CHENEY
Sworn to before me and suit
in my presence, this.(HI)
day Decern her, A. D. ]HK(i.
A. W. (ileason,
[Seal] JNotary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure' is taken
internal ly, and acts din set ly the
blood and mueoussuvfacesof the
system. Send for testimonials
F..I. CllENKV & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all l)ru^ists 7.V.
Take Hall's Family Pills to)
When your beer
pumps do not work
see Doran and have
Do not forget we
do all kinds of steam
and water pipe re
Call or telephone to
J. J. DORA N
1 I I O N E i 5
State of Ohio, City oTToledo, Lu
cas County ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is senior partner of the
firm of P. J. Cheney & Co.. doing
business in the City of Toledo.
County and state foresaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNDERD DOLLARS for 11 ff, m,1
I dood business property in
each and every case ot Catarrh i
donee property in IJeimdji.
Good husiness property in Tenstrike to trade for residence
property in Bemidji.
(Iood husiness property in East Grand forks to trade tor
residence property in Bemidji.
(iood business property-.in Walker to trade lor residence
property in Bemidji.
Good business property in Cass hake to trade lor resi-
dence property iujBcinidji.
(iood farm near Bemidji to trade Hot residence property
We carry in stock a line line
of art pictures and will put
them in the finest art mould
ings for you
Thermophor Hand Warmers
and Massage Rollers
We have a late consignment of the above
named warmers, the latest patent. Call
and examine. Thev are gems
A. G-ILMOUR & CO.
CITY DRUG STORE
Pioneer Drug Store of Bemidji.
Two Heavy Bob Sleighs
Two Light Bob Sleighs
Two Business Cutters
WE WILL SELL ALL THE AHOVF. FOR LESS
THAN COST. WE HAVE XOT KOOM TO
CARRY THEM OVER
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
E. J. MILLITS
the Pioneer Real Estate Man
HAS THE FOLLOWING BARGAINS:
P| ,\.u.\. j,..,,],.
What have you to offer
GET A FRAME ON!
I MI O E '27 7.
W ear liead|iiartei for Cans, Hose. I'nderwcar,
Sbirls. Work Pants and all kinds of Notions. Lamps,
Dishes, etc., Cigars. Tobaccos, Candies, Nuts and a ggn- &-
era! variety 'of Merchandise. $J
We want your trade, and appreciate your patronage
bv u'ivino- von more toi'yo ur money at all tunes than
yon gel elsewhere
i We cordially hniteyou to call and soo us at onr old
stand. West"Tliir stivet.
I^The Fair Variety Cash Store
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Have you seen our line of pic
ture mouldings? It is very
complete, and there is nothing
finer in northern Minnesota
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