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Dairy Produtts wholesale to
Fancy creamery buttet. 29e
Ice Cream, Svsest Cream, Milk
Fine&t line of Cake- and Pastry
in ihe Northwest.
The home of Snowflake Bread
315 Minnesota Ave. Phone 125
I The City
Read the Daily Pioneer.
W. A. Ferris, the lineman for
the M.& I., went to Brainerd this
morning on an official trip
That's all. 'Nuf said, when
you say that Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea is the greatest
family remedy on earth It does
you good going- and coming. 35
cems, tea or tablets. Barker's
302 Third Street
Every Evening 7 30 to 10 00
Saturday Afternoon 2 30 to 3 30
of Program Tomorrow
Don't Miss It. Programme
Changes Without Notice.
Watch This Ad Daily.
TICKETS 10 GENTS
C. L. LASHfcR&SON, Props.
is guaranteed by our use of the
Read the Dailv Pioneer,
"Mary's Husband" at the
Methodist church tomorrow even
ing, at 8 o'clock.
Edward Pandrie, the pugilist,
came over from Deor River yes
E Beeson, representative
for the I^augle Pole & Tie com
pany, came down from Northome
Saturday and Monday extra
ordinary values in underwear,
hose and wrappers. Berman's.
Patrick McHugh of Brainerd
passed through this city this
morning from a trip to Big Palls.
Dougherty, the railroad
contractor, came down from Big
Palls this morning and spent to
day in this city.
M. Perraulr, the owner of are
fresh ment parlor at Big Palls,
came down from his home this
morning on a business mission.
Three days special sale on
waists and children's coats.
Greatest values ever offered in
Bemidji. Berman's Emporium.
No Sunday table complete
without fruit, and the sick need
it more than medicine. Pull
assortment always, at Peter
Mrs. Jones, wife of Dr. Jones,
is in the city from Winnipeg.
'Tis said that the "Doc" has a
lucrative position with a Winni
George Kinney returned this
morning from a trip to Hines and
Hcupt, where he had been to
look after some dealings in tim
ber and wood in which he is in
Allan Benner, who is cruiser
for the Crookston Lumber com
pany, and who has been located
in the vicinity of Northome this
winter, came down from North
ome this morning for a visit with
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
Burroughs, proprietor of
the City hotel and cafe, is again
able to be about his place of busi
ness, after having been confined
to his room a week or more, with
an attack of laryngitis. Mr.
Burrough's voice is some fathoms
deep and considerable the worse
for wear, since his illness, but he
has hopes of reviving his clarion
tones within a few days.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
It Weighs Correctly
It Computes Accurately
It Never Menkes Mistakes
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets
Druggists iefund money if it fails to cure. E.
W GROVE'S signature is on each box 25c
The Only Weighing Machine in the World which is
Honest to the Buyer Honest to the Seller
Honest Weight, Honest Goods and Honest
Treatment is our Motto
Subscribe For The Pioneer:
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At The Lakeside
We have only good tales to tell of
what we put into our bread, cakes
and pies. The flour we use as
wall as the other materials^are the
best and the way we mix and
bake insures a high class product.
You have" but to give us a
a trial in order t(f be'IconvincedXI
Chicago Sunday American 5c,
Examiner lc at Peterson's.
John Cann of Blackduck re
turned to his home last evening.
Fresh strawberries at Roe &
Markusen, tomorrow afternoon.
Chief of Police S. C. Bailey re
turned yesterday from a busi
ness trip to St. Paul.
A shipment of suits and coats
in the most beautiful new spring
styles on display at Berman's.
At the Methodist church to
morrow evening, at 8 o'clock,
you will meet "John," '"Mary's
Mrs. Henry Miles left this
morning for Oklahoma, where
she will visit with relatives and
friends for a few weeks.
Our new arrivals of spring
1907 dress goods are marvels of
beauty. The assortment un
usually large now on display at
Great investment, absolutely
safe, brings returns, giving sur
plus earning power of youih till
old age, securing comfort and
health in your declining years.
That's what Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea does. Barker's
J. C. Parker, the logger, went
to Northome last evening, on
business. Mr. Parker has been
"going some," of late. He re
turned yesterday morning from
Bagley, and must needs return
Monday morning from Northome
and proceed to Madison, Wis.
When he returns from Madison,
he expects to be at Northome,
Bemidji and Bagley, all at the
same time and day and he is
figuring out just how he can ac
complish his desired ends and
satisfy all parties concerned.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss.
Prank 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 aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of
one hundred dollars tor each and
every case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by the use ofj Hall's
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 Refreshing Drink
at all times, and especially iu hot
weather, is a foaming glass of
MOOSE BRAND B&ER. ]t has
life and body, too. Cool, healthful,
invigorating, it stimulates diges
tion and quenches thirst. For a
friend you can find no better than
MOOSE BRAND BEER, it's good
beer, real lager beer, none better.
We take special care to make it
that way. We deliver it to you
just as good as we make it. Try
a case at your home?
Dululh Brewing & Malting Co.
J. P. SIGNAL
Residence Phone 290, Office Phone 220
March magazinesallm hand
Mrs. McDonald of Farley was
a visitor in the city today.
Wanted: Apprentice girls to
learn the millinery trade. Apply
Henry E. Hopp of Nary spent
last night in Bemidji and re
turned to his home this morning.
Clyde Nelson, who spent yes
terday in this city, returned to
his home at Northome last even
James Murray of Blackduck
remained in the city today and
will return to Blackduck this
Our lines of ladies' and child
ren's shoes are most complete.
Quality and values the best, at
Lowney's chocolate bon bons
are the best all will admit that.
Fresh supply, in bulk, and fancy
boxes at Peterson's.
Harry Mills went to Brainerd
this morning to consult with
Superintendent Strachan and
other M. & I. officials
William Bunn and Miss Helen
Anderson were among the visi
tors who were in the city yester
day from Tenstrike.
J. F. Essler, agent for the
Minneapolis Brewinsr company,
spent last night at Blackduck
on business for his company.
Miss Nora Scotland of Grand
Rapids returned to her home la^t
evening, after having spent yes
terday in the city visiting with
Many persons felHnlove with
"John's Wife," last Sunday even
ing, at the Methodist church,
and just as many will fall in love
with "John" tomorrow evening
Matt Fisher, the sponsor for
the village of Funkley, returned
to his home last evening, after
having spent yesterday in the
city. He was accompanied by
W. A. Donald, walking boss at
Northome for J. A Irvine, came
down from Northome last even
ing and left this morning foi
Stillwater, having received word
that his mother was dying at
M. A. Spang, county auditor
of Itasca county, spent yester
day in Walker, and returned to
Bemidji last evening. He visited
with Bemidji friends until the
passenger train, on the G. N.
went east, when he returned to
his home at Grand Rapids.
The Baptist young people will
give a St. Patrick social and en
tertainment in the Baptist
church Friday evening, March' 15.
Everybody come and enjoy a
good time. Admission 15 cents.
A. W. Danaher went to Ten
strike last evening.
George H. Spear, ex county
attorney of Itasca county, and
one of the most prominent bar
risters in the north half of the
state, returned last evening to
his home at Grand Rapids, hav
ing been in the city Thursday
and Friday on legal business.
S. G. Byerly, auditor for the
Duluth Brewing company, ar
rived in the city last evening
from Duluth and has spent to
day in the city in consultation
with J. P. Signal, local agent for
the company, who has built up a
fine business in this city for the
A. A. Smith, lessee of the
Craig hotel at KeHiher, returned
to his home last evening. Mr.
Craig is bothered with stomach
trouble and intends to go to
Rochester, in the near future, to
consult with the physicians at
the Mayo hospital, from whom he
took treatment last fall.
T. E. Wilde of Crookston, the
traveling representative for the
Finch-Smith Wholesale Fruit
company, was in the city yester
day. Mr. Wilde is an old Crooks
ton boy, and January 1st, this
year, he accepted his first posi
tion "on the road." He is mak
ing good, and his friends in the
"Queen City" are pleased at his
Nate Carver, who has a con
tract to log two million feet of
pine near Mallard Lake for the
Grand Forks and Red River
Lumber companies, was in the
city.* yesterday. Mr. Carver
states that he is getting along
very well with his- logging, and
can, easily finish his contract,
providing the weather is at all
propitious during the next three
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
C. E. Albrant visited Black
duck last evening in the interest
of his Bemidji Steam Laundry.
C. F. Witting, who deals in
timber at Blackduck, came down
from that place this morning for
a visit with his family.
William Scheela of Cass Lake
came over from his home yester
day afternoon and left last even
ing for Big Falls, on a visit.
There was a large crowd of
travelers on the south-bound M.
& I. passenger train, this morn
ing, and most of the transcients
stopped in thia city.
William Congdon, chief of
police of Cass Lake, was a visitor
in the city yesterday afternoon
and last evening. He returned
to his home on the night pass
G. E. Crocker, the district
representative for the Grand
Porks Lumber company, went to
Crookston yesterday afternoon
to look after some business affairs
for his company,
Crookston Journal: J. M. Rich
ards, manager at Bemidji for
the Crookston Lumber Co., ar
rived in the city last evening and
is spending the day here attend
ing to business matters.
You can make better food with
Lighter, sweeter, more palatable
Mrs. EL Puphal spent yester
day in the city and returned last
evening to her home at Farley.
Anton Erickson returned ye~-
terday afternoon from
a business trip to St, Paul. Mr.
Erickson did some very effectual
work for Bemidji in the normal
R. C. Spooner, of the Donald
Lumber company, left yesterday
afternoon for Chicago on a busi
ness trip. He was accompanied
by Mrs. Spooner, and will spend
but a few days in the "windy
J. H. Sullivan went over to
Wilton yesterday afternoon to
look after his business interests
at that place. Mx. Sullivan owns
the palace saloon at Wilton and
is doing a very good business
W. Bailey left yesterday
afternoon for Perley, where he
will join his wife in a visit with
relatives and old friends. He
w*ts accompanied by Lucille
Bailey, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. O. E Bailey, who will
also visit at Perley. Mrs H. W.
Bailey has been at Perley for
three weeks past.
Beginning the New Year nearly every business w$l
need new sets pi books,
The Pioneer carries a dEuU line of books and an in*
spection of the stock wiU show that we carry all sizes
styles and bindings of books.
We have the two, three, 'our and five column
books and journals.
A good line of cash book? a well selected stock of
ledgers, single or double entry, one- hundred to eight, hun-
Thomas McMahon left yester
day afternoon foT his home in
Grand Forks, N. D.
A Mint For Young Playwrights.
The young man wrapped up his re
jected play with a rather sad smile.
"Thank you for reading it," he said.
"It is the sixth unsuccessful drama I
The manaerer of 117 theaters gave
him an encouraging pat on the shoul
"Look heie," he said "I'll tell you
what you want to do You want to be
ginj less ambitious Begin with a one
act curtain laiser. And after you've
wrote this here curtain raiser send it
around with the sentence printed on
the cover, 'You can play this for noth
lag,' I guarantee you'll get a hearing
then. Ten to oue, by gosh, you'll get
"A good idea," murmured the young
"That's what it is," said the great
manager "I got it, from Sidney Grun
dy. It's how he began. His first play
was a curtain raiser, 'A Little
Change' He said on it, 'Play It for
nothing' And the Hayniarket theater
took him un
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