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Applet, per peel
Closing Out Sale of
LADIES' TAILOR-MAD E SUITS,
Silk Jackets, and Shirt
Also Our Entire Line of
WAISTS. WASH GOODS. CURTAINS.
...BERMA N EMPORIUM..
No\t Door to Postoilice.
Watermelons, extra fine,
20c 25c 30c
Toka} Grapes, per lb
Go to Hakkorup for photos
Watch for our crockery ad.
W G. Schroeder.
Chas\ E Albrant returned from
Tensti ike this momma
Unclo George Wetsol is a visi
tor Bemidji today from Ten
Why balance on the \cr^o of
consumption when Mark's Luns
Balsam will cure.
A G. Rutled^e, city editor of
the Cass Lake Voice, spent yes
terday in the ci*"y
Rogers Bios lb 17 kni\es and
forks, s,3 25 a dozen at A E
Winter, the jeweler
Harry Bliler left this mornmsr
for Kabekona on a cruising trip
in the vicinity oL that town.
A M. Ciowcll, the Turtle Ri
ver attorney, and who icccntly
withdrew as a candidate for
county attorney, is calling on
friend* the city today.
John McManus employed in
the looks ton Lumber company
yai ds was kicked by a hoi so in
the stables this morning TIo
was able to walk av\ay however
and will piohably be at woik to
moi row morning.
M. E Thurston and George
Handy lett this mot ning foi MM
npapohs, wheie they will conler
with the officials ol the Brainerd
Lumboi company legaidmg a
land deal They ll go fiom
there to Canada to look over the
Shoe Special This Week.
No better \alues to be had an} where.
the market. Come in and look them over.
TrimmingsAll the new styles.
Bargains in Pillow Tops only a few left at 25 cents each.
Outings from 5c up.
'l'l"H.|i^ii. 1 app""*sp""^pi""l
lands which the company expects
Watch for our crockery ad.
W G. Schroeder.
Hon Simons is in the
citv today from Red Lake Palls.
Rogers Bros 1847 knives and
folks, $3:25 a dozen at A. E.
Winter, the jeweler.
Get the National policy it
co\ers ALL 0. Peo, agent,
office at Brmkman hotel.
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
A number ot candidates left
this moi nmg for Red Lake, where
they will spend a few days call
mg on voteis in that wcmity.
Miss Georgian Donnelly is the
latest student to take up the
study ot chnopractic at Dr.
Brink man's offices.
Anthony Golden, a pr sperous
mer of Ai villa, N. is in the
city taking treatments at Dr
Misses Hazel Olson and Ann
Remsted will enteitam a leu
filends at a dance to be given to
mori ow niht at the Grill hall.
Dr. Mayland returned
from Blackcluck this morning,
heie he has spent a week in the
interests of his candid icy for
the Pameda hotel at Walkei,
passed through the city this
moi nmg enroute home from a
tour of inspection of his hospil 1
interests up the line.
Mrs. Chas. Adams and Mt^
George Nichols, of Sea tie, Wash
Mrs A Nichols, of Little Falls
Ernest Nichols, of Crookston, a
rr, ed in the citv yesterday an!
will remain for several days, th
guest ot Mr. and Mrs. H.
Chas. Roy, who has played be
hind the bat with the local base
ball team for a number of game*,
has signed with the Indian school
at Carlysle, Penn and will leave
this week for that place He will
be assigned a place in the line of
the football team of the college
this fall, and his many friends
throughout this section of the
state hope that he will "make
good'' in both the base ball and
loot ball teams.
Watch for our crockery ad
W G. Schroeder.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTEDPosition as servant
in small family Call at Pioneer
75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75
We have an elegant line to select from, and the latest in
A new line of Men's Pants. Special hargains this week.
GroceriesWe handle only the Best
Fruit this week at McCuaig's.
We close 7:30 p. m., except Mill Pay Days & Saturdays
Yours for business,
WM. McCUAIG WM. McCUAIG
ITS PROSPERITY NOT AFFECTED.
Cardinal Gibbons Feels No Anxiety
Over Futuie of University.
BalUmoie, Sept 7in a statement
Monday _anima Gii bons saul ne did
not teel any anWty ovei the tuture of
the Catholic um\ entity in Washington,
noi does he tcai that itb piospenty
will be alfected b. the bankruptcy ot
Thomas 1? Waggaman ot that city,
who was the depoaitoiv ot laige tuncK
belonging to the umveimtj
'1 shall do e\eithin in my power
to assist the um\eisit\ said the
canhnal "Mv mteiest in its success
anl piospenty is well known Theie
need be no appiehension that the work
of the unneisity will be impaired
There will be no diminution of its
woik, =tiuients will be taken as usual,
and the comses ill go on duung the
year pieciselj as if theie had been no
shunkage in the Waggaman funds
Theie is monej belonging to the uni
veisitj which was not in the hands of
We ofT'M* one hundred dollars
reward tor any case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
-P. J. Cheney & Co
We,' the undersigned, have
known Cheney for the last
fifteen years, and believe him to
be perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obli
gations made by his firm
Walding, Kin nan & Marvin,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, and acting directly
upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Testitimon
lals sent iree. Price 75c per bot
tie. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Pamily Pills for
CROP LARGE AND VALUABLE.
Harvest of Hops Begun in Oregon and
Poitland, Oie, Sept 7More than
40,000 people, men, women and chil
dren, have enteied the hop fields of
Oiegor and begun the hardest ot hops
The ciop is conseivatively estimated
at 87 000 bales and is the most \alu
able ciop e\er raised in this state, be
irg woith at present prices almost
Seattle, Wash Sept 7 The harvest
of the Washington hop ciop has begun
It is estmiated that 10,000 pickeis aie
at wok Estimates pu the piospec
tive crop at 41,r,00
bales,tan increase of
5,000 bales ovei last year Puces aie
high, instances being known where
glowers ha\e refused 26 cents a
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"Allow me to gi\e you a few
words in praise of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy," savs Mr. John Ham
lett, of Eagle Pass, Texas -'1
suffered one week with bowel
trouble and took all kinds of
medicine without getting any re
lief, when my friend. C. Johnson
a meichant here, advised me to
take this remedy After taking
one dose I felt greatly relieved
and when I had taken the third
dose was entirely cured I thank
you from the bottom oi my heart
for putting this great remedy in
the hands of mankind. For sale
by Barker's drug store.
'ihe Amencan apple crop will be
about -!0 pei cent laiger than last veai
and 14 pei cent above the aveiage for
the last ten years
All lecoids weie broken at St Louis
Tuesday by Daniels of the Now
Yoik Athletic club, who won the 220-
yaid Olympic championship swim in
2 44 1 5
The state depaitment has received,
through Minister TakaHna, formal
notice of the conclusion of the new
treaty between Japan and Koiea pio
viding for Japanese adviseis to the
Koiean king and for Japanese ap
pioval of futuie treaties and conces
Has Sold a Pile of Chamberlain's
I have sold Chamberlains Coligh
Remedy for more than twenty
years and it has given entire sat
isfaction I have sold a pile of it.
and can recommend it highlv.
Joseph McElhiney, Linton, IowTa
You will find this remedy a good
friend when tioubled with a cold
or cough. It always affords quick
relief and is pleasant to take.
For sale by Barker's drug store
Sheeley & Young's famous
musical farce comedy, Maloney's
Wedding Day, will be presented
at the city opera house on Sep't
7. The entire play has been re
written, remade and revised this
season, and everything old has
been obliterated. The first act
of the new farce is declared a
"hummer." It transpires in the
widow Nolan's restaurant, and
never was there such a restau
rant scene The things done here
would elicit laughter from a brick
wall or transform the cold coun
tenance of the eternal sphinx into
a broad grin. A bevy of pretty
girls in tasty costumes enlivens
the actions of the farce and adds
to the strength of the musical
A. B. Hazen seems certain to
win out for the republican nom
ination for sheriff over Mr. Ben
ner, inasmuch as Mr. Hazen has
made the fight before under ad
verse circumstances and now
when there is an opportunity to
Columbus, Ohio, May 20, 1903.
Six years ago I had a severe attack of
Inflammatory Rheumatism. I was laid up
in bed for six months, and the doctors I
had did me no good. They changed med
icines every week and nothing they pre
scribed seemed to help me Finally I be
gan the use of S. S. S My knee and elbow
joints were swollen terribly, and at one
time my joints were so swollen and pain
ful that I could not close them whan
opened. I was so bad that I could not
move knee or foot. I wasgetting discour
aged, you may be sure, when I began S. S.
S., but as I saw it was helping me I contin
ued it, and to-day I am a sound well man
and have never had a return of the disease.
S. S. S. purified my blood and cured me
of this severe case of Rheumatism after
everything else had failed I have rec
commended it to others with good re
sults. R. H. CHAPMAN.
1355 Mt. Vernon Ave.
The poisonous acids that produce the in
flammation and pain are absorbed into the
blood and Rheumatism can never be con
quered till these are neutralized and fil
tered out of the blood and system. S. S. S.
goes directly into the circulation and at
tacks the disease itself It purifies and re
stores the blood to a healthy, vigorous
condition. It contains no potash, alkali or
other strong min
erals, but is guar
us and our physi-
cians will advise
Our book on Rheu-
matism sent free.
The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Gat
elect a republican sheriff it is no
than right that he should be the
County Auditor Sylvester in
forms the Pioneer that he is not
worrying about his chances for
renommation. He has held the
office one term, and has endeav
ored to do his duty, and if the
people of the county think that
he has he believes that they will
accord him the nomination for a
second term in accordance with
the usual custom. Mr. Sylves
ter has no time from the duties
of his office to canvass the county
but neaily every man in the
what he has done
In regard to the candidacy of
Lewis L. Mayland for the legis
lature a Thief River Fall man
writes as follows to the Gully
"I met and talked with Mr.
Mayhmd of Bagley, Clear
water county, candidate for
the legislature to succeed
Mr. Simons, and I found
him to be a man of more
than ordinary abiltiy and I
believe he would make a good
representative. God knows
we could do no worse than
what what we have now."
All parties and all classes are
unanimous in the statement that
the management of the register
of deeds office under Matt Phibbs
has been just exactly what the
people of the county want it to be
Instruments filed in the office of
the register of deeds for Beltrami
county have been promptly and
courteously attended to and what
is oven more to the point, at
tended to right. Moreover Mr.
Phibbs has held the office during
the time when it has paid little or
nothing and it seems no more
than right to him that he should
now be given one more term
when it is worth something.
The Redwood Gazette pays
this handsome compliment to
county treasurer French
George H. French of Be
midji, formerly of Redwood
Falls, and son of Hon. E
French of this city, has an
nounced himself a candidate
for re election as treasurer
of Beltrami connty. George
has been treasurer of that
county, filling an unexpired
term, and has handled the
finances of Beltrami in a very
satisfactory manner. Con
sidering the many interests
that are conflicting in that
section of the state, as well
as the mixed population, Mr.
Fiench's success in the office
is so commendable that he
ought to be renominated and
re elected His many friends
in Redwood Falls will be
glad to see him win out
J. J. Regan is making his can
vass for county superintendent
of schools with a view if elected
to giving the schools of the county
close attention. Mr. Regan be
lieves that every school in the
county should be visite'cl once
each year at the very least and if
he becomes superintendent he
intends that they shall be visited
as much oftened as time will al
low. The serious complaint
which has been made against
Sup't Dunwoody is that he has
not visited the schools. His own
records show that from January
1, 1903 to September 1 the same
year, a period of eight months he
did not visit a single school in the
county, although he drew his
salary regularly until it was with
held by order of the county
board. One of the first and most
important duties of a superin
tendent is to visit the schools
and we sheuld certainly select a
superintendent who will do this.
We are firing out
5 Bananas at 15c per dozen
Willits & Cahill.
Pioneer Real Estate Office
A of Bemidji.
Now is the time td have
them repaired for winter.
Give us a chance at your
and Heating as
we can save you big money
on a big or little job.
Plumbing Call 01 phone to
919 Bemidji Ave. Phone 157.
Wood For Sale!
I have for sale an unlimit
ed quantity of Fine Jack
Pine and Tamarack Wood
in any lengths.
D. S. DENNIS,
710 America Ave. Bemid]i.
Hotel Cathcart, 1
N Thos. Cathcart & Son, Props.
This Hotel is speeiaUy
adapted for the traveling
public, beautifully locat
ed on the banks of the
great Rainy River fac
ing the Canadian border.
fi [K [K
We pay strict attention to run a
quietly and orderly place.
Can do your fine work and your
coarse work, will do it prompt
ly and at right prices.
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUILD.
1001 Minnesota Avenue.
F. O. E.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Bemidji AerieN0.351.
Meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m.,
A. T. Wheelock, W. President
H. LeBleu. W. Secretary
Vlsitlne Battles cordially invited.
Several Courses of Study.
Numerous Electives. Best of in
structions in Music andElocution,
Free scholarship, for one year for
first honor graduates of high
schools. Expense very low.
Opens September 14. Catalogues
sent free on application.^Maca
lester College, St. Paul, Minn.
Subscribe for the Pioneer.
MISS ROSE DICKINSON,
Piano and Organ.
12-gauge, 10- 12- 10- 12-
10- 12- 12-
4 4* We have just received another carload
This Flour is made from the best of North
Dakota Hard Wheat and is the most satisfac
tory Flour that we can procure. We guaran
tee it in every respect.
For Cakes and Pastry Work use
Bemidji Mercantile Co.
.Iglehart's Swan's Down Cake Flour..
It is the Very Best.
$? *f *f* $ #i#'#4'#|#e^"!l34l3la,#tJ.COE
BEMIDJ I MERCANTIL
We are now settled in our new location in the
BUYER BUILDING, Minnesota Ave.,
and invite the public to call and examine our
line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
The Fair Variety CashStore.
The only Headache Remedy which does not weaken the heart.
Price 10 cents and 25 cents per bottle.
CASH PAID FOR DRY SNAKE ROOT.
CITY DRUG STOREf
THE: PIONEER, DRUG STORE O BEMIDJI.
DR. F. E. BRINKMAN,
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. m. to Noon, and 1 to 5:30 p. m.
Are Chiropractic Adjustments the same 8LS Osteopath. Treatments?
No. The Chiropractic and the Osteopath both aim to put in place
that which is out of place, to risfht that which is wrong but the Path-
ology Diagnosis, Prognosis and Movements are entirely different.
One of my patients, Mr. W. A. Casler, has taken both Chiropractic
and Osteopoth treatments. The Chiropractic is ten times more direct
in the ad]ustments and the results getting health ten times more thor-
ough in one tenth of the time than an Osteopath would.
Chickens, Sep. 1 to Nov. 1 Wild Ducks, any variety,Sep. 1 to Dec. 1.
And we wish to tell you that we have a full line of
Not at cut prices, but as cheap as it can be sold at a
Black Powder Loaded Shells,
A full line of Guns and Rifles also Metallic
Ammunition, Powder, Shot, Primers, Empty
Shells. Remember wre
Hardware at right prices.
55c 65c 65c 85c
carry everthing in
F. Malzahn & Co.
Phone 57. Markham Block.
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