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Suitable Cakes for after
noon lunches or the supper
table can be had at our store.
They are made of the
best pastry Hour, fresh
creamery butter and fresh
All ingredients have been
tested and are strictly pure.
Tempting, are they not?
THE LAKESIDE BAKERY
MISS EUGENIA OLIVER
iKT O PIANO PLAYING
415 MINNESOTA. AVE.
D. H. FISZ
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Office over Post Office
E. E McDonald
ATTORNEY A LAW
tteaildJI. ninn. Offls Swdbmek Block
PHYSICIANS AND SUROBON5.
Dr. Rowland Gilmore
Physician aud Surgoon
Office: rtStea Block
DR. E. A. SHANNON, M. D.
physi* ian and Surgeon
Office in riayo Bioek
Phone 396 Res- PKorve 397
~L. A. WARD, M. D.
Office over First National Bank. Phone No. 51
House No. 6oi Lake Blvd. Phone No. 35"
Dr. A. E. Henderson
Physician and Surgeon
Office over First National Bank, Bemldjl, Mjnn.
Office Phone 36. Residence Phone 72
DR. J. T. TUOMY
rat National B-mk Bu ld'g. Telephone No. a.y
Telephone Number *oo
Third St.. one block west of tst Nat I nann
DRAY AND TRANSFER.
Dray and Transfer.
Phone 40. *04 Beltrami Ave
Dray and baggage. Safe and Piano moving.
Phone No. 58 6*8 America Ave.
Are You Going to Build?
If so write to
A. G. LEVASSEUR
for plans and specifications.
Modern Plans. Careful Estimates.
A. G. LEVASSEUR, Grand Rapids, Hlnn.
C. L. LASHER. & CO.
C. L. Lasher, Manager
Every Evening 7:30 to 10:30
Saturday Afternoon 2:30 to 3:30
Switzerland, its glaciers and
Sea side girl
As long as the world rolls on
The lion Her
Program Changes Without Notice
Admissicn Te Cents
Is Economy an
Object to You?
BISIAR & FRASER
with their fine line of Pianos, Or
gans, Sewing Machines, String In
struments. Edison, Star and Victor
Phonographs, Records and Sup
plies, Sheet Music and Music Rolls
INVITE INSPECTION, COMPARISON, AND
CALL AND BE CONVINCED that you are
certain to purchase gratification
and satisfaction if you deal ffhh
Bisiar, and Fraser
311 rUnneaota Aye. Phone 310
Santa Claus at Peterson's,
Good things to eat at the Model.
Fountain pen ink at the Pioneer
Hinz's mince meat at Roe &
Children's push cutters at Th
Christmas stickers, tags and cards
at the Pioneer office.
Mrs. J. Tafe of Blackduck spent
last night in Bemidji.
Christmas fruit cake, handsomely
decorated, at the Model.
Many pretty and useful novelties
for X-mas at Wm. McCuaig's.
Cheap candies are dangerous.
Get the pure and best at Peterson's.
Skates and sleds at Fleming Bros.
316 Minnesota avenue. Phone 57.
A new line line of neatnew'Christ
mas postal cards at the Pioneer
Mrs. S. E. Rise of International
Falls was a visitor in the city last
Fancy fruit for the Christmas
tree, including apples with stems.
Brace upa cup of hot chocolate
or beef tea is what you need. Owl
Buy your rockers and center
tables, music cabinets and magazine
racks at The Bargain Store.
B. Noswig of Big Falls passed
through the city last evening from a
business trip to the twin cities.
The regular meeting of the Bemidji
Fire Department will be called on
Monday, Dec. 23. Earl Geil, Chief.
Boldest values ever knownjust
think of buying men's, and boy's
clothing at 25 per cent discount, be
fore Christmas. O'Leary & Bowser.
I have handled toys for 23 years
and know what the children prefer,
have selected them personally at
the importers. You know the rest.
Considerable initiatory in the
first degree will be performed at the
Odd Fellows lodge Friday night,
night. The Grand Master of theGrand
state grand lodge will be present.
George C. Boone of Big Falls
spent last night in the city. Mr.
Boone joined the Elk lodge and
although he got all that was coming
to him he was in the best of spirits
W. H. Peet, a prominent business
man of Wadena, was a business
visitor in the city yesterday. Mr.
Peet has for several years been
extensively interested in the Wadena
Dr. A. H. Stieet, a retired physi
cian of Albert Lea, is in the city
visiting at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Beare. He leaves tonight for
North Dakota, and expects to return
to Bemidji Tuesday.
The ladies of St. Phillip's church
will hold a sale of Christmas fancy
goods at Lahr's furniture store all
day Saturday. They have prepared
a large number of articles, such as
aprons, handkerchiefs, pillow-tops
and other fancy articles suitable for
Thomas Nygaard and Esta Jensen
were united in marriage this morn
ing at the Presbyterian parsonage,
Rev. S. E. P. White performing the
ceremony. The bride and groom
were residents of Beltrami connty
and will make their home on Mr.International
Nygaard's farm near Blackduck.
Toy land at Peterson's.
He sees best who sees to the consequences. Do you
realize the serious conse
quences of continued eye
strain? Priceless beyond all
possessions is the eyesight, de
serving of your highest con
sideration. Wefityour eyes
correctly. Artificial eyes fitted. ^ssm
DRS. LARSON & LARSON.
Specialists in Scientific Treatment and Correction of Eyes
Office over Post Office Phone Office oa
CARTER. (L TAIT
For Rent7-rootri house, good location, $15 per month.
For Rent2-room comfortable house, $4.00 per month.
l-\ We have several partly improved farms near this
city for sale at low prices and easy terms..
We write fire and plate
Aad A. Tone, county commis
sioner of Itasca county, spent yester
day in the city on his return from
Rapids to his home at
No junk peddlers can shove a job
lot at me. I select my own goods
and leave it to mv customers to
judge who has the best selection in
Rev. Frank Higgins, after spend
ing last night in the city, left this
morning for Rockford, Minn., where
he will visit until after the holidays
with his family.
Attractive values in clothing
Can you do better than buy clothing
for Christmas presents? When you
can buy it at 25 percent discount.
O'Leary & Bowser.
Notwithstanding that we are ex
ceedingly crowded for room,a glance
at our toy display will convince
you that it is the most select and
elaborate in this neck of the woods.
A. O'Kelliher came down this
morning from his home at Black
duck and spent the day in the city.
Mr. O'Kelliher reports that the
before-Christmas shopping has been
very good with him and that busi
ness generally at Blackduck is good.
Christmas tree ornaments at the
^jHinz's mince meat at Roe &
Writing desks and book cases at
Th Bargain Store.
Fancy fruits for the table or sick
room at Peterson's.
Christmas stickers, tags and cards
at the Pioneer office,
Have you seen the hand painted
Japanese plates at McCuaig's?
Electrical, steam and mechan
ical toys a specialty. Peterson's.
Hollyholly wreaths and X-mas
green at the Greenhouse. Phone
We serve ice cream on^ Saturday
and Sunday only. Th Owl Drug
J. C. Cowan, one of Northome's
prominent business men, spent yes
terday in the city.
Toys and Christmas tree trim
mings at The Bargain Store, first
door north of postoffice.
The low prices on the great "Sun
shine" cloaks and skirts, are X-mas
inducements at McCuaig's.
A. T. Wheelock came down this
morning from Blackduck and passed
on through to St. Paul on a business
Don't fail to see our display win
dows. They are filled with choice
goods for Christmas. Fleming
It would be a waste of time to
specify. We have the only complete
assortment of high grade toys in
A. B. Palmer, who conducts a
hotel and livery at Solway, was a
business visitor in the city yesterday
afternoon between trains.
James A. Murray came down from
his home at Blackduck this morning
and spent today in the city looking
after some business affairs.
P. J. McKeon of Brainerd passed
through the city this morning on his
way home from a business trip to
Big Falls in connection with his
boarding car work on the Big Falls
Falls extension of the
M. & I.
Money to loan on farm
Minnesota. Avenue. BEMIDJI. MINN.
Stop at the $j&?v--
Hates $1.00 per Day
Open Day and Night
The Best $1 a Day Hotel in Be
midji. Visitors to the City will
And the City Hotel "Just Like
ROY PETRIE, fropr.
1908 diaries at the Pioneer office.
Santa Claus headquarters at
Christmas tags and stickers at the
When you think of candy, think
of the Model.
Boys and girls sleds. At The
D. McCauley was down from Red
Our low prices are our loud talk
ers. Fleming Bros.
See the finest doll ever brought
to town in Peterson's window.
The city's greatest showing of
X-mas handkerchiefs at McCuaig's.
Masks, trimmings, candles and
holders, get them early. At Peter
William McCuaig returned this
morning from a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Plantz and
children of Eagle Bend spent last
night in the city.
"Hot stuff." Ho chocolate,
clam and tomato bouillion served at
the Owl Drug Store.
dishwasher. Day work. Inquire at
Ferns, roses and carnations for.
X-mas at the Greenhouse. Phone
orders promptly delived.
The Bargain Store is the place to
buy a useful present. Stop in and
look our stock over before buying.
J. C. Cowan returned to his home
at Northome last^evening after hav
ing spent yesterday in the city on
J. M. Richards of the Bemidji
Lumber company, returned this
morning from a trip up north" on
the M. & I.
Don't forget to see Fleming
Brother's line of Christmas goods
before buying elsewhere. We can
save you money.
E. Cornwall returned this
morning from Margie, in the vicin
ity of which place he has been do
ing some cruising.
T. J. Romdonne ofBlackduck was
in the city last evening on his way
home from a week's visit with friends
and relatives in*Wisconsin.
Any man's or boy's suit, over
coat or tfowsers at 25 per cent
discount. Think about it before
buying Christmas presents. O'Leary
I aim to get'the best in toys *as
well as in fruit, nuts and confec
tionery. The people show by their
patronage that they appreciate it.
J. H. McCoskey of Margie is a
visitor in the city today. "Mr. Mc
Coskey owns a farm east of Margie
and is the possessor of considerable
valuable timber. will return
home this evening.
John D. Brady, who sells what is
said to be a particularly good brand
of "bottled refreshment" was a visitor
in the city last night and today.
He stated that the past year has
been a fairly good one with him and
that his firm has done a nice busi
ness in this vicinity. Mr. Brady is
one of the democratic leaders of
Duluth and is considered as an "A,
No. 1" live wire in political circles
J. J. Burns of Bena arrived in the
city this morning from Big Falls.
Mr. Burns has been looking over the
country in the vicinity of Big Falls
for a stone and timber claim, which,
he finally secured. left this
noon for Cass Lake to offer proof on
his claim before the U. S. Land office
at that place. Mr. Burns conducts
a refreshment parlor at Bena and is
doing very well there.
F.J. Stiemetz of Minneapolis came
in from the "MillCity" last
evening on a business trip. Mr.
Stiemetz, who for several years was
a resident of Park Rapids, and who
is well known in this vicinity, has
of late been employed by the Backus
Brooks Lumber company of Minne
apolis. recently returned from
a trip to Louisiana, where he was
looking after some business inter
estsfor the Backus-Brooks people.
Mr. Stiemetz stated emphatically
that Minnesota is way ahead of the
southern states in the matter of
DEFECTIVE PAG E
Copyright 1907 by art Schaffher & Marx
Neckwear in Boxes
Persian Rainbow Silks, superb quality, sold
elsewhere much higher
Men's Tie and Handkerchief to^match
in gift box ,$1.00
Men's Tie and Muffler in bblly box, $1.00
Tie and,Suspenders in holly box... .75c
Suspenders, Garters and Arm Band
to match 75c
Superb Ribbon Stock Remnant
Floral Ribbons for fancy work, Nar
row Ribbons in Satin or Taffeta,
Holly Ribbons 1 to 3 in. All cut
in lengths from 1 yard to 2 1-2,
marked on end ol each, piece.
Your4 hoice, the piece r. 10
314 Minnesota. Ave.
The Popular Priced Clothiers
A FEW SUGGESTIONS FROM OUR FINE STOCK SUITABLE TO MEN.
Mufflers/Neckwear, Fancy Vests, Fancy Suspenders,
Scarf Pins, Underwear, Hosiery, Shirty Silk Handker-
chiefs, Collars and Cuffs, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens,
Night Robes, Suit Cases, Fur Collars, Sweaters, Shoes,
It's Easy for Women to Shop Here
Is Offering BARGAIN S EXTRAORDINAR For This Sale
A Cut Price Event
That Abounds with Rare Values from Every Department of This Great Store
Christmas But a Few Days Away
It means you can secure your gift things at prices that will allow a
wider remembrance because of the lesser expense
Don't let our low prices lead you to suspect quality,
they are due to keen buying and close selling. W are
here to stayour guarantee goes with every sale.
Smoking Jackets of twotone golf cloths, all wool, beautifully subdued color-
'0:f} ingsa gei uine snap, worth doubleSatursday onlyfor choice $5.00
jChrist mas ShirtsGoldensoft or ptiff bosom, the very latest patternsa
"i- great many concerns would ask double. vvi: 50c a nd $1.00
Buy your Boy a Suit for Christmas.We have placed on our Bargain p: I
0* table in the front end of store10 Suits, 3 to 10 and worth $4, $5 and $65 U?*l
different patterns^exfcra value atformer price but for acquaintance sake
Saturday you may.have your choice for ^_
Our Phenomenal Sale of Men's Clothing is somewnat breaking
the sizes--but many bargains yetare you getting your share?
n?KJamrrl A .Iv* Eg
If you come to us for
clothes we'll see that you get
what you want that's what
we are here for. We've got
it here ready to wear.
Gill Bros.' is undoubtedly
ihe men's store of Northern
Minnesota. When they buy
furnishings here they know
they are right as to style,
quality and price. A woman
can come to Gill Bros.' and
blind-folded pick out a tie,
for instance, and get one that
is correct in every
Next Door to First National Bank
Mufflers in Profusion
Ways Patent Muffl-r. .25c to 50c
Men's Knitted Silk Full Dress, all col
ors, Silk Mufflers and Brocades,
rfch iroro 50c to $2 50
You can pay more for these nobby styles
if you want them right buy here.
Japanese Glove and Handi erchief
Boxes .26c to $1.00
Collar and Cuff Boxes.. .75c to $1 0 0
Princess Bags, Hand Bags,
etc 50c to $2 5 0
High grade Stationery in fancy
boxes 15c to 50c
-I.--X'.... 2.... T,...... $2,00
The House of BaLfgwdns