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Three Trainmen Injured.
Terre Haule, lad, Oct. 2G.Three
trainmen were seiiously injured by the
explosion of a freight engine on the
Chicago and Eastern Illinois railroad
at Jacitson jaids north of this city.
Several cars were wrecked
Is one of the Four Railway and Com
mercial Centers of the Northwest
Lots for sale by
Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co
H. A. SIMONS, Agent. Swedback BIdg.
DAILY UNTIL OCTOBER 31ST
Through tourist cars every Tuesday morning 8:20 a. m.
arriving Los Angeles 8:25 a. m., San Francisco 6:35
p. m., following Saturday. Double berth $6.75 via
The Sunshine Route
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
RAILWAY AN SANTA FE ROUTE
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF THE
HOBFRT STKH-J ST PA UI
3i8 NICOLLET AVENUE MINP^EAPOLIS
DIXON. NWPA.ST PAUL MINN
*tefff^ffft?f&e:f & &
Two Overland Trains
"THE COMFORTABLE WAY"
offers imparalelled opportunities
for Business and Manufacturing
No other city of its size in the State of
Minnesota has such Railway and
Wall Paper* Paint Store
One door south of old P. O.
J building. Telephone No. 283.
fr mwr-^p-^gL ^|1 qp^f^p.^p.^L*yfL ^p^Jk
of ALL KINDS
Let us Quote
New Observation Compartment Cars New Dining Cars
Palace Sleeping Cars Tourist Sleeper* -i
For detailed information address
E. E. Chamberlain, Agent, Bemidji, Minnesota.
S. S. HINNESOTA sails from Seattle
for the Orient NOV. 5
The Daily Pioneer
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON^
Of?icnalerf^ PIONEER PUBLISHING 0.
By R. W. HITCHCOCK.
entered in the postofflceat Bemidji, Minn.,
as second class matter
JOHN F. GIBBONS
For Alderman at large
For City Clerk
For Alderman, 1st Ward
W. N. BOWSER
For Alderman, 2nd Ward
J. H. FRENCH
For Alderman, 3rd Ward
T. J. ANDREWS
For Alderman, 4th Ward
Shall Bemidji's Enemies
THE present municipal cam
paign is a plain straightforward
fight between the friends and
the enemies of Bemidji. On the
one hand we haye a party crying
for the election of Mr. Carter as
mayor of the city and threaten
ing, in the event of his defeat,
to do everything in their power
to injure the city. On the other
hand we haye ttoe united busi
ness interests of the city asking
for the election of Mr. Gibbons
as a man who will gyre the cxty
an honest impartial administra
Can any man hesitate as to
which candidate should receive
his support"? The one stands for
cowardice, compulsion, and* hide
bound ring rule the other stands
for freedom and the steadty de
velopment the city along lines
which insure the prosperity of
all, each according to his own
Ii Mr. Carter is elected Be
midji will be governed in the in
terest of the political welfare of
the county attorney and his im
mediate political friends if Mr.
Gibbons is elected it will be ad
ministered for the benefit of
every man whether he be store
keeper, saloon keeper, profes
sional man, clerk or laborer.
Mr. Carter it elected, will owe
his success to the efforts of a
ring and the ring will be bis
master them he must serse,
however gook his intentions may
be* Mr. Gibbons, if elected, will
owe his election to the business
men of Bemidji, tnem he must
serve and their interests, are
identical with the interests of
the whole people.
Mr. Carter stands for the in
dividual Mr. Gibbons stands for
THE vile attack made upon
Clerk of Court Rhoda, who is not
It should be borne in mind that
every cold weakens the lungs, low
ers the vitality and prepares the
system for the more serious dis
eases, among which are the two
greatest destroyers of human life,
pneumonia andf consumption. $$&&
has won its great popularity by its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment. It aids expectoration, re
lieves the lungs and opens the
secretions, effecting a speedy and,,
permanent cure It counteracts
any tendency toward pneumonia.
Price 25c, Urie Site 50c.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
A Cream of Tartar Powder,
free from alum or phos*
flOYAt. BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK.
in any way interested in the
present campaign except as
every citizen is interested, was
made for the sole purpose of
casting some reflection upon Mr.
John Graham who is a candidate
for alderman in the first ward.
A brief examination ptoved that
the story was absolutely false in
every particular. The decent
man who votes for such a crowd
ought to be afraid to be alone
with his conscience.
EVERY act of the county at
torney in this campaign has
been that of the unscrupulous
blackmailer. Do the people of
Bemidji intend that such a man
i shall rule over them?
THE- Mutual Life paid a dollar
a line for favorable reports in the
newspapers. The money was
not all squandered then,
-With a newspaper all it& own
Bovey grows chesty.
Five pound potatoes- are wry
common in the Little-iork
The Eagle Ben&i Hour and food
mills have struck a negmlair
Battlft Greek gaife
More power to* northern. Min
nesota when we get a saiiiroad
Eddy will become a first, class
whirlpool rfithe Warroa& Com
monwealth can do it.
The &rand' Rapids feotbali
eleven is making a long vvm
down the field for the northern.
Hibbiag may^ have KJMD0 &
people but only &&o theBsa voted
oh the proposition to ^oad- thfi.
city tor $100,0003 against.
There's a lamentable scarcity
of school teachers all 'aleng the
border. Yet it is a great, country
for Lofchinvars* young women.
''Beer River is the town where
you have to telegraph a day
ahead to secure a hotel room,"
loyally declares the Itasca News.
When northern Beltrami
county is drained, Beaudette
will be the metropolis of one of
the finest sections of the state of
'Timber is only one crop.
Cultivated land yields a crop
every year. Get your land under
cultivation," wisely 'urges the
Mizpah Message. ,TfSl4^
The Malung Press wants an
agricultural society in Roseau
county. The county is already
one of the finest agricultural
societies that we know of.
Brother LaFreniere estab
lishes the Itasca Iron News at
Bovey. There, are still a few
newspapers, howeyer, in the
.-nortfe Qcyugrxwhich Jjje does not},
FOR SALECheap* one dining
room table, one large bed also
one child's bed,507, 4th street.
FOR SALEMagnificent moose
head, mounted, will be sold
cheap Inquire at this office.
FOR SALERubber stamps.
The Pioneer will procure any
kind of a rubber stamp tor
vou on shfcrt notice.
WRITE A. D. STEPHENS, Crooks
ton, Minn., about the new
towns, of Holt, Middle River,
Strathcona and Grenbush on
tho Thief River Falls extension.
PUBLIC LIBRARY Open
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays, 2.30 to 6 p. m. Thurs
day 7 to 8 p. m. also. Li
brary in basement of court
House. Mrs. E. R. Ryan, li
FOR RENT--Four room cottage.
Inquire A. E. Smith.
N 108 Park Rapids Line 5 dO a ml
(Connects with Flyer at Sauk Cen
tre, ai rives Minneapolis about
3-00 riK, formerly 4 45
N* Dulutb Express 27
Tossto Line 3 ol
No 107 Pa ik Rapid1*
ITM. INVO'RMATl'OT FROM
E E CHAMBERLAIN. Agt.
Feed and Sale
Goods of All Description Stored
J. P. Pogue.
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
No, Sir! You cannot palm off any obafltttt
an nxe. I'vebeen using AugustFlowersince
s^fjl was a boy, and I*U have no other."
ffForty million bottles of August Flower
sold in the United States alone since its
introduction! And the demand for it is
still growing. Isn't that a fine showing
of snecess? Don't it prove that August
Flower has had unfailing success in the
core of, indigestion and dyspepsiathe
worst enemies Of health and happiness?
|Doe it not afford the best evidence that
August Flower is a sure specific for all
stomach and intestinal disorders?~$hat it
is the bast of all liver regulators?
IfAugust Flower has a matchless record
of over 35 years in curing the ailing soil,
lions of these distressing complaints.
4Two tisef, 25c and 75c. An druggists,
City Drug Store.
WANTED-Lady cook at Lake
chnra T-Trtf.oll 1
WANTEDGood dining rpom
girl. Inquire at Lake Shore
WANTEDTo purchase second
hand flat top desk,
WANTEDCompositors, $18 per
wk. nonunion. Permanent k#
position to competent men mtS*A
St. Paul. Apply at once. St. ^&J\
1 -Paul Typothetae,Ger..Am. Bk.
Bldg. tX 1
WANTEDFor U. S. army able
of 21 and 35 citi
zens of United States, of
good character and temperate
habits, who can speak, read
and write English. For in
formation apply to Recruiting
Officer, Miles block, BemidjL
Lost and Found.
LOSTOpportunities for profit
when you neglect the Pioneer
D. H. FISK
Attoroey and Counsellor at Lajw
Oftic* opposite Hotel Marfcbua.
P. J. Russell
Attorney at Law
B- E. HcBonaldt A. Pitkin.
McDonald c Pitkin
BettMJI, ninn. Office: 9w*4back Block
PHYSICIAN* AND SURGEONS.
L. A. Ward, M. D
Physician and Surgeon.
Diseases of the Eye a specialty.
Dr. Rowland Grilmor^
Physician and Surgeon
Offt.ce: niles Block
Dr. E. H. Marcum
Physician and Surgeon
Office: OverFirst National Bank
Residence Pbone aai office Phone i
DRAY AND TRANSFER.
Dr. R. B. Foster,
PHONE 124 MILES BLOCK.
Dr. C. M. Smith,
Office over E. H. Winter's Store.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, BeaHdJIAerieNo. 351.
Meet* every Wednesday 8 p. m.,
OHmour' Hallat 1
In Connection with the
Dray and Transfer.
404 Beltrami Ave.
Dray and Baggage, Safe and Piano Moving
Phone No. 58 618 America Avenue
n. LeBleu, W. Secretary
VMtln* BaclM cordtally larlted.
Provides the best train passenger
service between Northome, Punkley
Blackduck, Bemidji, Walker
and intermediate points and Minne- ^M\
apolis, St. Paul Fargo and Duluth m
and all points east, west and south.
Through coaches between Northome ||J
and the Twin Oities. No change
of cars. Ample time at Brainerd
for dinner. iMA*
Effective June 4th 1905. **Jm
'Daily except Sunday
Dally ex. STATIONS Daily x.
Sunday Sunday A,
6J0s.rn.L7... Northome .wArum.7
8.K a. m. Ar .Funkley liv. p. 7555
7:10 a. m.Ly BlaoWack Lv.p T.lO
737 y .Tenstrlk .Lv. 6:51
9:88..7 Walker ..4-45
J:OT Hackensack 413
J5*26 Beekus 3 57 *1
W'46 PlneBlver g:36
Ji'JS?""""".''"^* Pequot 3:18
12.-05 m. Ar.r....Bgaiherd p. 2-25
Bullhead Lake BrancLT
6 00 a Lv. KelUher Ar. p.m. 8-03
6 45 a m.Ar Funkier Lv. p. m. 730
!^SrS _ N.P.RY
^MsL Dally except Sunday
1:30 p. m. Lv Brainerd Ar. m. 1:05
2s30 Little Falta Lv. lS.io
8:27 St. Cloud a. m.ll:Q5
4:60 Anoka. 9:48
Fan Lv a. m. 8:4jl
Brainerd Ar 12:15
...Aitkin. .Lv a ll:28Aif
.Duluth r.. ..tt& 8:3/) fAr..
.BTainerd Ar 2-25.
Fargo ..Lv a 9:40
GeaMgr St Paul* HQnti