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Bairy Produ ts wholesale to
Fancy creamery butter. 29c
Ice Cream, Sv\e3tCieara, Milk
Fme&t Imp of Cake= and Pastry
in the Nuithwcst.
The home of Snowflake Biead
315 Minnesota Ave. Phone 125
Read the Daily P'oneer.
George McTaggart went to
Blackduck last evening on a
That's all. 'Nuf said, when
you say that Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea is the greatest!
family remedy on eai th. It does!
you good going and coming. 35
cents, tea or tablets. Barker's
302 Third Stveet
Every Evening 7 30 to 10 00
Saturday Afternoon 2 30 to 3 30
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DEATH ON THE IRON
THE COUNTRY PAY
and other attractions
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Changes Without Notice.
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is gup.ranteed by our use of the
It Weighs Correctly
It Computes Accurately
It Never MaJkes Mistakes
The Only Weighing Michine in the World which is
Honest to the BuyerHonest to the Seller
Re ad the Daiiv Pioneer,
Tone lenses the best in the
world Pitted by Drs. Larson &
Larson 2nd floor S wed back
I Olof Munson, who owns a valu
able homestead near Roseau, was
in the city yesterday and left last
evening for Blackduck to visit
with his two daughters who live
at that place.
L. F. Johnson, superintendent
for the C. A. Smith Timber com
pany, returned last evening from
a trip of inspection of the timber
owned by his company at points
near the south line of the & I.,
in Hubbard county.
T. L. McMurray, the hustling
representative of the St. Paul
Dispatch, was a visitor in the
city yesterday. The Dispatch
has a number of subscribers in
this city, and is one of the best
of the twin city dailies.
Advice to mothers Don't let
your children waste away. They
can be strong, healthy and vigor
ous with Hollister's Rocky
MountainTea. It's a swift winged
messenger of health. 35 cents,
tea or tablets. Barker's Drug
Clair Craig, superintendent of
logging for the Thief River Palls
Lumber company, came in yes
terday noon from a visit to the
logging camps of his company,
on the Sandy river, south of Red
Lake. He left last evening to
look after operations near Black
M. D. Stoner went to Gemmell
last evening to look after some
business affairs at that place.
Mr. Stoner owns the townsite of
Gemmell and sta,ted to the
Pioneer that he intended to hold
a red letter bargain sale of lots
at Gemmell. M. D. is a"booster"
of the thirty-third degree.
C. O. Glidden returned this
morning from a visit in the vicin
ity of Turtle River, where he
went to investigate reports of
trespass on lands belonging to
the PiUsbury company of Minne
apolis. Mr. Glidden states that
the reports were without founda
tion, and that he found no case
A. A. Smith, lessee of theThat's
Craig hotel at Kelliher, came
down from that place this morn
ing and spent today in the city.
Mrs Smith is an inmate of St.
Anthony's hospital, having been
brought down from her home as
a result of an attack of appendi
citis. Mrs. Smith is steadily im
proving, and it is expected that
she will be discharged from the
hospital in about a week's time.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any
case of ItchmB, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding
piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded 50c
Honest Weight, Honest Goods and Horuest
Treatment is our Motto
Subscribe For The Pioneer.
A The Lakeside
We have only good tales to tell of
what we put into our bread, cakes
and pies. The flour we use as
wil as the other aterials2ar the
best and the way we mix and
bake insures a high class product.
You have but to give us a
trial in order to be convinced
The board of county commis
sioners will meet in adjourned
session next Tuesday.
Patrick McHugh of Brainerd
passed through the city last
evening on a business trip to Big
James A. Murray came down
this morning from Blackduck
and spent today in the city look
ing after some business matters.
T. J. Andrews returned this
morning from Bridgie, where he
has been inspecting the work be
ing done in the logging camp on
his claim, near Bridgie.
Dan Rose, the representative
for the Watab Pulp & Paper com
pany, returned to his home at
Northome this morning, after
having spent yesterday and last
night in this city on business
G. F. Ross and W. B, Sherman
went to Kelliher last evening to
look after some business affairs
at the logging camps of Ross &
Ross. Mr. Ross returned this
morning, and is a very busy in
dividual these days.
John Stewart, the general
manager for the Beltrami Cedar
& Land company, came in last
night from a business trip to
Brainerd and Duluth, and left
this morning for Blackduck,
where he makes his head
Great investment, absolutely
safe, brings returns, giving sur
plus earning power of youth till
old age, securing comfort and
health in your declining years.
what Hollister's Rocky
Mountain T'ea does. Barker's
William Begsley, proprietor of
the Fourth street blacksmith
shop, located east of the Arcade
saloon, returned yesterday from
a business trip to Crystal, N. D.,
where he at one time resided,
Mr. Begsley is much pleased
with Bemidji, and thinks this
place far ahead of the blizzard
swept prairies of the "Flicker
William Congden, chief of
police of Cass Lake, was a visitor
in the city yesterday. He came
over from the "Lake" in the
afternoon, for the purpose of at
tending the regular meeting of
the local Old Fellow lodge, but
was mistaken in the night of
holding session, which is tonight.
He came again this afternoon and
will meet with the "three-link
ers" this evening.
Claude, Guy and Forde Wine
brenner, sons of Doc Winebren
ner, arrived in the city today,
from Ellrharfc, Ind,, for the pur
pose of attending the funeral of
their sister, Miss Cleota Wine
brenner, who died at Tolma, N.
D., Monday. The date for the
funeral has not yet been sot, as
Doc Winebrenner has not yet re
turned with the body of the dead
girl. State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is senior partner of the
firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing
business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of
one hundred dollars for each and
every case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by the useoflHall's
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and sub
scribed in my presence, this 6th
day of December, A. D. 1886.
(SEAL) A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testi
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
A, W. Danaher came down
from Tenstrike this morning.
M. W. Bonner of Tenstrike
was a visitor in the city today.
Mrs E J. Jones of Rusk, Wis1.,
was a visitor in the city yester
County Attorney Henry Funk
ley spent last night at Blackduc'
on legal business.
Bemidji Elevator Co., jobbers
for Barlows Best, also Gold Medal,
Mascot and Cremo.
A C. McLean, the tie man,
came down this morning from a
business trip to Big Falls.
J. A. Wilson and wife and R.
J. Baskin of Pembina, N
were transcients in the city last
The ladies of the Episcopal
guild will hold a food sale at Roe
& Markusen's store Saturday
C. J. Pryor, business manager
of the Pioneer, returned yester
day afternoon from a business
trip to St. Paul.
Harry Mills came down this
morning from Big Falls, where
he had been on an inspection trip
for the M. & I.
Gilbert Thompson of Superior
was in the city today. He had
been visiting at Funteley with
Matt Fisher and was on his way
Joseph Springer, engineer on
the M. & I. has returned from
Spokane, where he spent the
past six weeks visiting with rela
Peter Slough, who is one of
the best agriculturists in the
vicinity of Nary, spent last night
in the city, returning to his home
Fred Voss, who has the mis
fortune to be blind, was a visitor
in the city today. He came down
from Funkley this morning and
left this noon for Grand Rapids.
They scowled and look sour
frpm morn till night, They never
would agree Now they are
healthy, happy and bright, They
both take RocKy Mountain Tea
at night Barker's Drug Store.
L. Poppenberg, who has been
fireman for Engineer J. Mc
Laughlin on the M. & I. switch
engine, has been promoted and
will hereafter pull the throttle
of the locomotive on the Kelliher
train, No. 4.
Samuel Gill of Minneapolis, a
member of the firm of Gill Bros
came in yesterday from the
"Mill City." He left last evening
for Kelliher to consult his
brother, I^ouis Gill, who is man
ager of the Gill Bros.' store at
W. L. Preble, superintendent
of logging for the Walker & Aue
ley Logging company, came in
last evening from Akeley and
will remain here until Monday
morning. Mr. Preble had charge
of twelve work horses, which are
being sent to the company's
camps near Farley.
Mrs. George Booth, one of the
most prominent residents of
Grand Rapids, came over from
her home last night and was
registered at the Markham hotel
today. Mrs. Booth for a number
of years has acted as superin
tendent of schools of Itasca
county, and is highly regarded
by the people of that county.
A. A. Goodrich, the local re
presentative of the Carpenter
Lamb company, returned last
evening from Minneapolis,
where he had been on a com
bined business and pleasure
trip. Mr. Goodrich's family re
side in Minneapolis, and he must
needs pay his respects to the
domestic fireside, occasionally.
Matt Fisher, owner of the
townsite of Funkley, proprietor
of the Funkley Bugle, and chief
dispenser at his refreshment
parlor at Funkley, oame down
from his home this morning and
spent today in the city. Mr.
Fisher states that Funkley is en
joying the usual good times and
that he is prosperous and con
tented and at peace with the
world at large.
Dr. Balsam, leading surgeon at
the Brainerd hospital, passed
through the city this morning,
on his way home from a visit to
points along the north line of the
M. & I railway. The doctor
made an overland trip from Big
Falls to International Falls, in
the interest of the Brainerd hos
pital,and incidentally looked over
the business situation in the bor
J. Mullen of Akeley spend last
night in this city.
Fresh strawberries at Roe &
Markusen, tomorrow afternoon.
William Burce, superintendent
of logging for the Beltrami Tim
ber company, came down from
Kelliher this morning and spent
today in the city looking after
some bviMness matteis for hisand
M. A. Spang of Grand Rapid*
county auditor of Itasca county
arrived in the city yesterday
afternoon and spent last night in
the city. He went to Walker
this morning and will return to
this city this evening.
DOINGS AMONG BEMIDJI'S
Live Correspondents of the Pioneer
Write the News From Their
Mr. Sather and wife from Dun
lap summer resort, were Turtle
River callers yesterday.
Mr Ikestcad and son, loggers
from South Turtle Lake, were
in after a load of supplies yester
Frank Latimer is in from his
Walt Marty is in from camp
three, calling on Turtle River
Miss Lillian Booth is suffering
from a severe case of rheumatism
in her foot.
Me srs Foot and Coogan are
busy hauling pulp wood these
Mrs. John Guthrie and daugh
ter Lena, were calling on Mrs.
(From the Tribune 1
Jos. Carter has entered into
a contract with Wilcox Bros, of
Minneapolis to manage their saw
mill at Northome, at a salary of
$1800 per year. Mr. Carter will
leave for Northome Saturday!
night and will take charge of the 1
reconstruction of the mill. A!
band saw and complete new mi
chmery will b* m&ta led and \h*
mdl will have a capacity of 30,000
per day Mr. Carter's family
will remdn here untd n( xt ^urn
mer, and we hope Jce will not,
forget to make his Tenstrike
friends an occasional call.
Beginning the New Year nearly every business will
need new sets of books.
The Pioneer carries a full line of books and an in-
spection of the stock will show that we carry all sizes,
styles and bindings of books.
We have the two, three,
books and journals.
A good line of cash books a well selected stock of
ledgers, single or double entry, one hundred to eight/ hun-
AN ACID BLOOD POISON
Rheumatism is an acid blood poison, and the causes that produce it art
often silently accumulating in the system for years. Poor digestion,
stomach troubles, weak kidneys, torpid liver, and a general inactive condi-
tion of the system leaves the refuse and -waste matter, which should be
carried off, to som and form uric acid, which is absorbed into the blood:
When the blood is in this acid-charged condition, it deposits the poisnn-i
irritating particles with which it is loaded in the muscles, nencs,
joints and bones. Then Rheumatism gets possession of the system, and
life is made miserable by its pains,f ache and discomforts. Th\e ch
of the weather, exposure to cold attd dampness, etc., alwavs i -ci ease* the
trouble, and so severe does the pain become that quick relief nr.'t be
had. A good liniment or plaster is often helpful, but it sVmld be re-
membered that relie from such treatment is only tc .ipo~ar_, because thq
trouble is in the 1 'ood and "cannot be re
moved by extcj id applications. S. S. S.
cures Rheur'atis 1 by ridding the blood of
theciuse It goes down into the circula.
I101 and by iterating and purifying the
rti%*.. .._~-._. blood of the rud-poison and sending a
PURELY VEGETABLE stream of fresh, rich blood to all parts, re*
lievesthe pain, leduces the inflammation,
and permanently cures this painful disease. S. S. S. is the only safe treat-
ment for Rheumatism, because it does not contain a particle of mineral in
any form to damage the system. Book on Rheumatism and any medical
advice desired sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CAm
The next move the village coun
cil should make which would be,
in conformity witn the wishes of
the people would be to compel
the railway company to erect aj
viaduct across the railroad right I
of-way at the station. Evenitaj
law suit was necessary the peo
pie would approve of such action
by the council, and it would be'
money well spent. The crossiug, i
as it is at present, is very danger
ous, and it is a wonder that acci
dents have not happened The)
people are entitled to this ac-'
comtnodation and should have it
A. L. Morris, E. D. Alger, Wm
Fellows, W. Smith, J. Lick
ey and James Sturdevant went
to Bemidji last Saturday, as a
committee, to confer with the
county authorities regarding the
excessive taxation in school dis
trict 46 We understand that an
injunction will be applied for to
Judge Spooner restraining the
county treasurer from collecting
any taxes from the people in this
district until tne matter has been
decided in court. It is claimed
that the rate of taxation is exces
sive by about three per cent.
The present rate is 73 mills.
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at all times, and especially in hot
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