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jjj Pears, per doz
25c 20c 5
$ Lemons, per doz
Peaches, per doz 20c 2
Apples, a pk, 25, 35, 40c $
J* Bananas, per doz 25c
$ Celery, per bunch 5 5
Tokay Grapes, a basket 50c
per basket 30c jj
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Go to Hakkerup for photos.
J. O. Harris returned last night
to his home at Tenstrike.
Ira C. Whitney of Lake Itasca
is registered at the Reinore.
T. J. Nary returned this morn
ing from a business trip up the
Why balance on the verge of
consumption when Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure.
J. E. Black, who has spent a
week in the Twin Cities with
friends returned home last night.
FOR SALEHousehold goods
and furniture. Mrs. J. M.
Walker, 114 Irving Ave.
A. P. Lattimore, a Mcintosh
printer, looked over the city with
a view of locating here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Erickson
of Rosby made a short visit at
Blackduck last night, returning
to this city this morning.
Money to LoanI am prepared
to handle all first class farm
loans promptlv. Call on or ad
dress T. J. Miller & Co. Bemidji.
James Bar rick, one of the
pioneers of Beltrami county,
came down from his claim near
Blackduck this morning.
Peter Johnson, familiarly
known as "Sailor Pete," came
down from Northome this morn
ing and will spend a few days
here with friends.
J. A. Hoff last night received
his check from the Camden In
surance company of Camden, N.
D., for the losses he sustained in.
the recent fire at his paint shop.
The child of Mr. and Mrs. A.
P. Lysacker, who was seriously
scalded by the overturning of a
kettle of boiling water last week,
is now out of danger but the
wounds are very painful.
Chas. Blayden returned last
night to Blackduck after a visit
in St. Paul and Minneapolis.
He arrived in the city this morn
ing and has been transacting
business at the court house dur
ing the day.
A threshing machine which is
owned by Hanson & Saxerud of
the town of Liberty, passed
through the city yesterday after
noon for Prohn township, where
it will be used to thresh the grain
in that vicinity.
Has a complete line of all the Up-to-Date Dress
Goods and Waistings and is selling them right.
Let us show yon we can sell you a Pall Dress.
pleic nothing better on the market all prices.
Only a few of those Skirts at
$1.00 better get one.
ShoesWe can fit anyone prices
the lowest See the bargains
we offer before buying else
Ladies' Sweaters, all prices.
Angora Hoods, from $1.00 up
Toques and Tarns, from 50c up.
Nothing can be better than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
Dr. Warninger returned this
(afternoon from a short profes
I sional visit to Posston.
Get the National policy it
covers ALL. H. C. Peo, agent,
office at Brink man hotel.
R. E. Welty, representing the
Zenith Paper company of Duluth
calling on his trade in Bemidji
Por SaleShort mill wood, $2
per load dry slabs, $2.25 per
cord, delivered. Crookston Lum
Another dance will be given at
the Glidden hall Saturday night
and a very pleasant time is an
Lieutenant Mason of Duluth
S visited the local recruiting sta
lion today and returned this af
ternoon to Duluth.
POR SALEHousehold goods
and furniture. Mrs, J. M,
Walker, 114 Irving Ave.
Richard Underwood of Solway
i is in the city today looking after
his interests in the Armstrong
A. T. Wheelock went to Cass
Lake this afternoon to make ar
rangements for the opening of
his employment office in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Young re
turned this morning to their
home at St. Cloud after a visit in
the city with Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Mel Barnard, of the logging
firm of Barnard & Gorder, of
Crookston, arrived in the city
I this afternoon and will remain
here for several days.
A billiard and pool tournament
will be given at the Matheny bil
liard hall tonight. An event on
tho same order was given last
week and was yery successful.
M. Flint left this morninsr for
Sylvan, where he will spend somo
i time the guest of his daughter,
Mrs. Seth Phillips, and incident
ally take in the Cass county fair.
Daniel Stoner returned this
morning to his home in Dayton,
Ohio, after a two weeks' visit in
the city with the family of his
son, M. D. Stoner. The latter
accompanied his father ar far ns
Robert Wilson, who lives o
Pine Island, forty miles north
west of Kelliher. is in the city to
day. Mr. Wilson will leav^
Thursday -for Saskatchewan.
Canada, to look over the farming
lands with a view to settling in
A meeting of the local aerie of
Eagles will be held at the Red
Men hall this evening and a num
ber of candidates will be initiated
into the secrets of the order. A
lunch will be served in connec
tion with the meeting and a pleas
ant meeting is anticipated.
Will Log in Florida.
J. W. Irwin returned last night
from Minneapolis, where he has
spent a few days looking up mat
ters pertaining to his logging in
terests in Florida. Mr. Irwin is
heavily interested in a company
which owns a large amount of
yellow pine in Florida and it is
probable that he will spend part
of the winter in that state.
Dress TrimmingsWe think
we are showing a line that
cannot be beaten.
All the best Prints, 5c per
aid at McCuaig's only.
Table LinensSee our bar
gains at 50c per yard a
good value even at 65c per
HosieryOur stock is com-
Remember that we have all new
goods they were bought close and we're selling them close
Yours for Bargains,
WM. McCUAIG WM. McCUAIG
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Miller to Quit.
R. E. Miller, who has teen em
ployed as traveling representa
tive for C. H. Miles for the past
three years, left for Walker and
Hackensack this morning on his
last trip in the interests of Mr.
Miles. Mr. Miller in view of
other business matters has de
cided to resign his position and
expects to open up a general
repair shop in Bemidji in the
Advertise in the Daily Pioneer.
It's a good investment.
Confessions of a Priest.
Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake,
Ark., writes, "Por 12 years I
suffered from yellow jaundice. I
consulted a number of physicians
and tried all sorts of medicines,
but got no relief. Then I began
the use of Electric Bitters and
feel that I am now cured of a di
sease that had me in its grasp
for twelve years." If you want
reliable medicine for liver and
kidney trouble, stomach disorder
or general debility, get Electric
Bitters. It's guaranteed by all
druggists. Only 50c.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED Girl for "general
housework. Martin Galchutt
1011 Minnesota Ave.
Minneapolis, Oct. 4.WheatDec,
$email@example.com% May, $firstname.lastname@example.org%.
On trackNo. 1 hard, $1.16% No. 1
Northern, $1.14% No. 2 Northern,
Duluth Wheat and Flax.
Duluth, Oct. 4.WheatTo arrive
No. 1 Northern, $1.13%' No. 2 North
ern, $1.08%. On trackNo. 1 North
ern, $1.13% No. 2 Northern, $1.08%
Dec, $1.11% May, $1.14. FlaxTo
arrive, on track and Oct., $1.15%
Nov., $1.15% Dec, $1.15% May,
St. Paul Union Stock Yards.
St. Paul, Oct. 4.CattleGood to
choice steers, $5.00@ 5.50 common to
fair, $2.75 @4.00 good to choice West
ern, $3.40 4.15 good to choice cows
and heifers, $email@example.com veals, $2.00@
5.00. Hogsfirstname.lastname@example.org. SheepGood
to choice wethers and yeanlings, $3.40
(&'?..85 good to choice native lambs,
Chicago Union Stock Yards.
Chicago, Oct. 4.CattleGood to
prime steers, $email@example.com poor to me
dium, $3.50 5.35 stockers and feed
ers, $2.254.25 cows, $firstname.lastname@example.org
heifers, $email@example.com calves, $3.00
t.75 HogsMixed and butchers, $5.65
@6.20 good ^to choice heavy, $5.85@
6.15 rough heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org light,
$5.70@C.15. SheepGood to choice
wethers. $email@example.com Western sheep,
|firstname.lastname@example.org native lambs, $email@example.com
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, Oct. 4.WheatOct., $1.-
10% Dec, 81.12% May, $1.12%. Corn
Oct., 52*4c -Dec, 51%c May, 48%
@48%c July, 48%c. OatsOct., 30%
d0%c Dec, 31*4@31%c May, 33%
@33%c. PorkOct., $11.15 Dec,
$11.87% Jan., $firstname.lastname@example.org% May,
$13.45. FlaxCash, Northwestern,
$1.16 Southwestern, $1.10 Oct., $1.10
Dec, $1.13. ButterCreameries, 14@
20c dairies, 13@17c Eggs14(3)
17% PoultryTurkeys, 12c chick
ens, 9%c springs, 10c.
Columbus, Ohio, May 20, 1903.
Six years ago I had a severe attack of
Inflammatory Rheumatism. I waslaid up
in bed for six months, and the doctors 1
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 when
opened. I was so bad that I could not
move knee or foot. I was-getting 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. 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.
Mt Vernon Ave.
The poisonous acids that producethe in
flammation and pain are absorbed into
blood and Rheumatism can never be con
quered till these are neutralize 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 vigorous
condition. It contains potash, or
other strong min
erals, but is guar
us and our physi-
cians will advise
Our boo Rheu-
matism sent free
The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, 6a.
6tore the blood to a
condition I contains
AT WORLD'S FAIR
Biggesl Department of the Great Exposi
tion Ready For the Inspection of the
Army of Men Who Made Its
Now that crops have been or are be
ing laid by, the farmer prepares for his
trip to The World's Fair, a treat that
has long been promised him and for
which he has patiently waited. No ex
position has offered so many induce?
ments for the farmer's presence as this
one at St. Louis, nor has any previous
exposition given- the prominence and
space to the subject of agriculture.
August and September are ostensibly
the farmer's months at the Exposition
for it is at this season that the agricul
ture exhibits are the freshest and best.
Products of the new crops are pouring
into the booths from every state in the
Union, and additions are constantly
being made to the gorgeous display.
Headquarters for visiting farmers
may be found in every state section of
the .great Agriculture Palace, but for
their special convenience there has just
been completed a Grange House, situ
ated in the south end of the building.
It is equipped with a reception room,
ladies' retiring rooms and check rooms,
where parcels may be left free of
charge. Here will be kept a list of
moderate priced rooms to aid visiting
farmers and their families in procuring
The largest building on the grounds
is the Palace of Agriculture, covering
twenty acres, while the IV.lace of Hor
ticulture near by covers about a third
as much space. These two immense
structures are filled with exhibits of
the farm, garden and orchard of the
most extensive and elaborate character,
every state in the Union and most of
the principal couutries of the world
Agriculture is given more prominence
than any other department at the Ex
position, the paramount importance of
this great industry having been fully
appreciated from the very beginning
of the World's Pair movement.
About seventy acres of ground are
covered by the agriculture and horti
culture department at the Fair, large
outdoor spaces being devoted to this
industry. Outside there are growing
crops?, trees and flowers, an instructive
six acre farm maintained by the Unit
ed States Government Plant Industry,
and gardens in all parts of the grounds.
There are more exhibits in the Agri
culture building than in any other sec
tion of the Exposition. This building
Is considered by many people the most
interesting part of the World's Fair.
The exhibits in the palaces of Agri
culture and Horticulture constitute a
display vast enough and instructive
LOUISIANA PTJKOHASE MONUMENT, WOBLD'S
enough to occupy the attention of ris
itors for many days. Nothing to com
pare with them was ever attempted be
fore. They are the climax of several
decades of educational work which is
placing farming on a high plane and
is making scientific agriculture a pleas
The eonsphaaous role played by agri
culture at 5 tUe World's Fair should
bring untold benefits and wealth to
the farming community of the world
and impress all farmers with the im
portance and dignity of their calling.
Passing through these colossal build
ings, studying the attractive exhibits
and fascinated with the bewildering
encyclopedia of rural life which Is
spread out before his eyes, the World's
Fair visitor is impressed with the Im
portant part the farmer plays in the
great world of industry, and every
farmer who views these interesting ex
hibits is given a new pride in his vo
cation if filled with inspiration and im
pressed with new ideas in harmony
with the progressive strides that farm
ing has been making for,the past few
years. The visit will give an insight
into up to date farming on the most
approved plan and will bring new
hopes and blessings to the farm.
How properly to rotate crops, how te
get the best results from fertilizing and
Irrigation, how to protect crops and
fruit from the ravages of insects-all
these and many more things of vital
interest to farmers and fruit growers
are taught at the World's Fair.
Cut this out and
send your name
and a ess,
and we will mail
you a jar of
Gidi S alve.
Send ue 5 cents in postage to
pay for mailing same.
HY'NE^Jonipany 475 W- N. %y Chicago, Hi.
Cause of Lockjaw.
Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused
by a bacillus or germ which ex
ists plentifully in street dirt. It
is inactive so long as exposed to
the air, but when carried beneath
the skin, as in the wounds caused
by percussion caps or by rusty
nails, and when the air is ex
cluded the gerrn is roused to ac
tivity and produces the most vir
ulent poison known. -These
germs iua.y be destroyed and all
danger of lockjaw avoided by ap
plying Chamberlain's Pain Balm
freely as soon as the injury
is received. Pain Balm is an
antiseptic and causes cuts,
bruises and like injuries to heal
without maturation and in one
third the time required by the
usual treatment. Sold by Bar
ker's Drug store.
Disolution of Partnership.
The co-partnership heretofore
existing between J. D. McDonald
and A. D. Moe under the firm
name and style of the Bemidji,
Tailoring Company is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. A.
D. Moe will continue the busi
ness and pay all outstanding
obligations of the firm while all
bills due the firm must be paid
Bemidji, September 26, 1904.
J. D. McDonald.
A. D. Moe.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an al
most fatal attack of whooping
cough and bronchitis." writes
Mrs. W. K. Hayiland, of Ar monk,
N. Y., "but, when all other reme
dies failed, we saved her life with
Dr. King's New Discovery. Our
niece, who had consumption in an
advanced stage, also used this"
wonderful medicine and today
she is perfectly well." Desper
ate throat and lung diseases yield
to Dr. King's New Discovery as
to no other medicine on earth.
Infallible for coughs and colds.
50c and $1.00 bottles guaranteed
by all druggists. Trial bottle
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
Dr. J. Warninge
Office in rear of Arcade
All Orders Promptly Attended to
Fine Art Wall Paper
Wood For Sale!
I have for sale an unlimit
ed quantity of Pine Jack
Pine and Tamarack Wood
in any lengths.
D. S. DENNIS,
710 America Ave. Bemidji.
Now is the time to have
them repaired for winter.
Give us a chance at your
Plumbing and Heating as
we can save you big money
on a big or little job. ffi
Call or phone to
..Tremont Hotel., A
Combined with Restaurant A
Meals at All Hours.
d*j-*A ...Furnished Rooms, '.-J A
/^fi'^'l Open Day and Night, A
Sign of the Big Black Bear
Saloon. 4th St. 'Phone 50 It5IIllUj
-Owner of General Blackford, record
2:22M, who will make the season of 1904
in Bemidji at a service fee of $20 Five
Dollars cash and $15 when the mare is
known to be in foal. Don't fail to see
him before breeding your mares.
Now Located on Fourth Street, Two Doors
West of City Hall.
Bemidji Mercantile Co.
4 We have just received another carload of
This Flour is made from the best of North
Dakota Hard Wheat and is the most satisfac
tory Flour that we ean procure. We guaran
tee it in every respect.
*f For Cakes and Pastry Work use
..Iglehart's Swan's Do wn Cake Flour.
4* It is the Very Best.
$ *l f *f *f fr $* *f& 4
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
Ladies to Sample our New Line of
CITY DRUG STORE
A. GIL.MOUR ISL CO.. Proprietors.
DR. F. E BRINKMAN,
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. m. to Noon, and 1 to 5:30 p. m.
Are Chiropractic Adjustments the same OLS Osteopath Treatments?
No. The Chiropractic and the Osteopath both aim to put in place
that which is out of place, to right that which is wrong but the Path-
ology Diagnosis, Prognosis and Movements are entirely different.
One of my patients, Mr. W. A. Casler, has taken both Chiropractic
and Osteopoth treatments. The Chiropractic ia ten times more direct
in the adjustments and the results getting health ten times more thor-
ough in one tenth of the time than an Osteopath would.
Chickens, Sep. 1 to Nov. 1 Wild Ducks, any variety,Sep. 1 to Dec. 1.
And we wish to tell you that we have a full line of
Not at cut prices, but as cheap as it can be sold at a
12-gauge, Black Powder Loaded
10- 12- Semi-smokeless
10- 12- Dupont Smokeless
10- Ideal /_
*f f *f *f l*
Naturalist and Taxidermist
ao8 Second St. Postoffice Box No. 686
bIRDS, WHOLE ANIMALS, FISH, FUR RUQS AND ROBE5
and GAME HEADS mounted to order and for sale. I carry at
.all times a good assortment of INDIAN RELICS and CURIOS,
FUR GARMENTS made to order, repaired and remodeled
FURS in season bought.
1 guarantee my work mothproof and
the most lifelike of any in the state
MY WORK IS EQUALLED BY
FEW, EXCELLED BY NONE
A ^Deposit Required on All Work
A full line of Guns and Rifles also Metallic.-
Ammunition, Powder, Shot, Primers, Empty*.*
Shells. ^..Remember we carry everthing in,"^^
Hardware at right prices. :^2
FM& Malzahf & Cf%'^$^&%
ft Phone 57. & Markham Block.
Stib^ribe for the Daily Pioneer!