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There is no need of anyone suffer
ing long with this disease, for to
effect a quick cure it is only neces
sary to take a few doses of
Colic, Cholera and
In fact, in most cases one dose is
sufficient. It never fails and can be
relied upon in the most severe and
dangerous cases. It is equally val
uable for children and is the means
of saving the lives of many children
In the world's history no medicine
has ever met with greater success.
PRIC E 25c. URGE SIZE 50e.
A Jj S
AST O PIANO PLAYING
401 MINNESOTA. AVE.
311 Minnesota Ave, Phone 39
D. H. FISK
Atto ney and Counsellor at Law
Office over Post Office
E. E McDonald
ATTORNEY AT LAW
0*mld)l, nina. Offlco: Swodtack Block
FRANCIS S. ARNOLD, LL.M.
Lan Titles Examined and Deraigned
803 Beltrami Ave.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. Rowland O-ilmore
Physician and Surgeon
Office: RUM Block
DR. E. A. SHANNON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in nayo Bloek
Phone 396 PHorte 397
L. A. WARD, M. D.
Office over First National Bank. Phone No. 51
House No. 601 Lake Blvd.
Phone No. 58
Phone No. 3S-
Dr. A. Henderson
Physician and Surgeon
Office over First Nationai Bank, Bemidji, MJnn
Office Phone 36. Residence Phone 7
DR. J. T. TUOMY
rat National Bank Bu Id's. Telephone No. 330
DRAY AND TRANSFER.
Dray and Transfer.
Phone 40. 404 Beltrami Ave
Dray and baggage. Safe and Piano moving.
gl8 America Ave.
FEED AND SALE STABLE
Good Kigs and
SMART & REITER,
312 Beltrami Ave.
D. F. JOHNSTON
SHEET METAL WORK
Your orders for this
work are solicited
Let us figure on your
D, F. JOHNSTON
DR.KING'S NEW DISCOVERY
Will Surely Stop That Cough.
The best to the world.
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LOCA HAPPENING S
E. E. McDonald returned yester
day afternoon from a business trip
to Cass Lake.
"Hi There!" Buy your school
supplies at the Owl Drug Store and
get a pencil box free.
Tablet, pencil and a package of
gum tall for five cents at the
Colonel's news stand, 117 Third
Ike Black of this city returned
Saturday evening from Minneapo
lis where he spent the week on
J. F. Essler of this city returned
Saturday night from Laporte where
he went on business for the Duluth
All typewriter ribbons except the
two and tri-color ribbon:* or special
makes on sale at thePioneer office %t
the uniform price of 75c each.
Mrs. Henrionnet's trimmer, Miss
Aassea, is here now and they are
ready for order work. Bring in your
hats and get your work done early.
Reverend Davies, of the Episcopal
Church of this city, went to Inter
national Falls Saturday evening to
hold services at that place Sunday.
Miss Isabelle Currie of Minne
apolis arrived in the city Saturday
evening and will teach the primary
grade of the Bemidji public schools.
Deputy Sheriff John Bailey of this
city went to Kelliher Saturday even
ing to subpoena witnesses for the
grand jury in the coming term of
E. J. Gould and son Danie, and
George Meyers of this city went to
Mud Lake Saturday afternoon for a
short hunting trip and returned to
the city this morning.
D. J. Hall and S. Hawkins of
Minneapolis arrived in the city
Saturday night and went to their
homesteads in the Town of Cormant
to look after the farms.
Mr. and Mrs, F. Malzahn and
family returned to the city Saturday
evening from the twin cities where
they visited with friends a few days
and attended the state fair.
Miss Tinnie Pendergast returned
Saturday evening to her claim near
Loman after enjoying a few days'
visit with friends as the guest of
Mrs. J. P. Young of this city.
Mrs. S. E. P. White and children
of this city are spending two weeks
at Buena Vista while the Presby
terian parsonage is undernoing a
complete renovation and repairing.
Earle Wagner and J. H. Hoff of
this city went to International Falls
Saturday evening on a short trip to
see about some decorating work
which is to be done in those places.
Mr. Wagner and Mr. Hoff did not
work today on account of the
Mrs. G. M. Torrance and daughter
Dorothy, of this city returned Satur
day night from Butler, Ind where
they spent the summer at
Torrance's old home. They will
now occupy a residence on Fifth
street, between Beltrami and Bemidji
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Mark of Foss
ton were guests at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. R. Gilmore yesterday.
Mr. Mark returned to Fosston in
the afternoon, while Mrs. Mark
remained over for a visit with Mrs.
Gilmore who is Mrs. Mark's daughter.
John G. Morrison, Jr., and wife
arrived in the city from St. Paul,
where they spent last week attend
ing the state fair and visiting with
old friends. They spent last night
and part of today in the city, leav
ing this afternoon for their home at
Red Lake Agency. Mr. Morrison
will assist in "boosting" the Beltrami
county fair, which will be held in
Bemidji on September 24-25-26.
Roe & Markusen
Souvenir post cards at the' Pio
The LaPlaze hat is the only hat
for the school girl. At Mrs. Henri
50 pencil boxes, 50, given away
at the owl Drug Store to purchasers
of school supplies.
Miss Vivian Guptill of this city
returned this morning from North
ome where she has been visiting with
Miss Emily Schons of St. Paul
arrived in the city Saturday night to
accept a position as Latin instructor
in the Bemidji High School. _-
Little Esther Bisiar returned to
-Brainerd this morning after enjoy
ing a month's visit at the home of
her uncle, J. Bisiar of this city.
A competent chemist tests
every *iugredient-entering into
Hunts Perfect Extracts and
Baking Powderalways reliable.
Miss Greaves, principal in the
Bemidji high school, returned Sat
urday evening from her home in
Glencoe, where she spent the sum
Wes Wright, candidate for the
republican nomination for sheriff,
returned this morning from a com
bined bnsiness and electioneering
trip to Kelliher.
Andrew Fritz, the genial repre
sentative of the St. Cloud Journal
Press, was among the traveling
men who Sundayed in Bemidji at
the Markham hotel.
Sergeant Eilek and Private Head
of the local recruiting service went
to Blackduck and International
Falls Saturday night ~to put up
army posters antl placards.
Little Ruth Price arrived in the
city Saturday evening from Spok
ane, Wash., and will make her
future home with her grandmother,
Mrs. Olive Benson of this city.
R. C. Spooner and daughter-in
law, Mrs. John G. Spooner, came in
from Deer Lake Saturday afternoon
and spent a few hours in the city,
returning to Deer Lake on the after
Archdeacon Parshall, of the Epis
copal church, came over from Cass
Lake yesterday afternoon and spent
the evening with friends in the city,
returning to the "Lake" on this
W. R. Mackenzie, of the Donald
Land & Lumber company of this
city, returned Saturday night from
the twin cities where he went on
business and to attend the Minne
sota state fair.
George Kirk, the logger, went to
Northome on the week-end special
Sunday morning and spent yester
day at his old stamping-ground. Mr.
Kirk will log near Northome again
this winter and as the air begins to
get a little "crimpy," George's
thoughts turns towards cutting up
O. Gravelle, who is in partner
ship with John Morrison, Jr., in
the mercantile business at Red
Lake Agency, was among those who
returned yesterday from a visit to
the twin cities. Mr. Gravelle left
this afternoon for his home at the
Agency, saying that he had a splen
did time in the cities.
F. S. Lycan returned Sunday
morning from Crookston, where he
had been on a hunting trip. Mr.
Lycan accompanied his brother,
W. S. Lycan, in a chicken extermi
nating expedition in the vicinity of
Ada and other points near Crooks
ton. The party had splendid success
and greatly enjoyed their hunt.
H. G. Tarquharry, L. A. Wis
meyer, Francis Wismeyer and J. R.
Cothingham and daughter, who are
all of Oklahoma and who have
been the guests of A. H. Jester at
Lake Plantagnet, departed Sunday
afternoon for Oklahoma. Before
leaving, the party stated that they
had a most excellent visit and that
they would undoubtedly return next
summer for another outing.
"Bob" and "Eva" McGinley, the
entertainers, left Saturday night for
Marion, 111., after having spent the
day in the city "visiting with old-time
friends. While they were here,
Saturday, they received a telegram
from Marion, 111., offering them the
opportunity to purchase a fine com
bination boat and vaudeville house
which is used on the river at
Marion. They decided to look over
the proposition and will undoubtedly
take up and operate the vaudeville
house and boat. "Bob" and "Eva"
are very popular people and every
one in this vicinity wish them suc
cess in their new undertaking.J^^l
Toasted Wheat Flakes
The Ideal Summer Food
EGG-O-SEE is choicest Pacific
Coast white wheat, thoroughly
Bteam cooked, rolled into thin,
tender flakes and toasted to a
crisp brown". A most tasty
Appetizing, Satisfying, Wholesome
All Grocers, 10 cents
back to nature
Have you seen the new LaPlaza
hat for school girls at Mrs. Henri
"Get in line." Buy your school
supplies at the Owl and get a pencil
P. R. Scribner of Northome came
in this morning and spent the day
on business in the city.
Charles Hayden, principal of the
Blackduck public schools, came in
from the "Duck" this morning and
spent the day with friends ins the
J. L. George of this city, candidate
for the republican nomination for
county auditor, returned this morn
ing from a short electioneering trip
Ray Boreman of Grand Rapids
came in this morning from Interna
tional Falls, where he spent the
summer, and returned to the
"Rapids" on the noon train.
Miss Martha Williams of Grand
Forks, N. D., who is enjoying the
summer in the Williams cottage at
Lakeside, came over this morning
and spent the day in the city.
I hereby announce that I am a
candidate for the Republican nomi
nation for representative from this
district, comprising Beltrami,
Clearwater and Red Lake coun
I believe I fully appreciate the
importance and responsibility of
this office. I have lived in the
northern part of Minnesota for
the last thirty years, and am
familiar with the needs of the
district. The present undevel
oped condition of the northern
part of Minnesota is a shame on
the part of our legislature, inas
much, as, it is the cause of Ameri
can people settling up the Domin
ion of Canada to the prejudice
of our own country, which is
more than equally as good in soil,
rainfall and climate and nearer to
The first step toward develop
ment, I think is roads.. The
principal part of the road work
should be done by the state be
cause it is the party substantially
benefitted. Little dabs of three
or four hundred dollars per town
ship per annum is of no avail in
the work that the state should
in the matter of the develop-
Additional locals on first page.
Republican Candidate for Nomination for State Legis
lature, Sixty-First District.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Luken re
to Brainerd this morning
after a brief business and pleasure
visit in this city^^
Miss Ida Brow#of Big Fails, who
attended the Bemidji high school
last year, left this morning for Mon
tivideo, where she will attend the
Windom Institute. V*?*
Miss Grace Holmes and mother of
Mankato returned home this morn
ing after spending a month in this
vicinity for the benefit of Mrs.
Holmes' hay fevei. _t-~S"~'",
Miss Alice Mills 4 this city left
this morning for Walker, where
she has accepted her former position
as teacher in the Eighth grade and
will assume her duties tomorrow.
Miss Ethel Plummer of this city
left this morning for Minneapolis
where she will visit with friends, a
few days before going on to Owa
tonna to attend school this year.
J. W. Stewart of Cass Lake came
in this morning from a cruising trip
to Northome in the interest of the
the Bemidji Lumber company, and
returned to the "Lake" on this
Miss Mabel Brown of Brainerd
arrived in the city Saturday night
from the twin cities where she
attended the fair. Miss Brown will
teach the Second grade in the city
schools this year.
Floyd Brown, manager of the
Luken's store in this city, returned
Saturday night from a buying trip
to Minneapolis. While in that city,
Mr. Brown witnessed the automo
bile races at the state fair.
Frank Rogers, who formerly con
ducted a saloon in this city, has
secured a lease on'the restaurant
property in Moorhead which he held
before moving to this city and will
go there the latter part of this week.
John Spillit has an application
before the city council for a liquor
license to occupy the saloon formerly
owned by Mr. Rogers.
ment of its principal partnorth
Political demgorg*ues have
slandered and libelled the good
name of northern Minnesota by
the hair-brained cry DRAINAGE,
until central and southern Minne
sota are prone to look at northern
Minnesota as if it were nothing
but a frog pond. Drainage is all
right in its time and place, and
there are sections where it is
absolutely necessary, but the
unmeaning cry of drainage by the
politician has given us a black
eye that it will take time to over
come. It has discouraged immi
Uppermost and above all, if I
am elected, I will in season and
out of season, vote and strive for
substantial state aid for roads.
And I believe I fully realize the
fight I am up against in that the
representation from the northern
part is meager compared with
the representation from the other
parts of the state. "But the whole
legislature must be made to see
that the state roads are a substan
tial benefit to the whole state.
I earnestly solicit your support
*C-S?yt &* A-SjJSHemy
^The people are usually right. -Years ago their
demand for white flour caused expert food JM^S^f'*
specialists to give wheat ^flour the most %?il
critical -and thorough tests and analyses.
Many varieties of wheat were milled, the different parts of lf|
each microscopically examined, made into dough ^21
'\M baked into bread. The results were tabulated and -T
compared. ?&*-":.* zt V- 1
These results proved the people were rightthe whitest flour made from the i^1|l
best hard wheat contained the most glutenthe highest food-value v?l
made more loavesran more evenlycould always be depended .1MJ
on. The woman who always bought this kind never had baking -1
Thus-science meifely told why the belief of the majority was
right. In making Occident Special Patent Flour
we have taken advantage or what people want
and science has shown how to attain. It costs a
little more than ordinary flour so that Occident
Flour need never varyand your bread may be
always good. So Occident Flour is economical,
the home flour. Try any number of bakings from
a 50-lb. sack. If you are not satisfied your grocer
will give you your money back as readily as he
sold the flour. Insist on this label.
DRS. LARSON LARSON.
Specialists in Scientific Treatment and Correction of Eyes
Office over Post Office
day failure. Her oven might not be just right, but somehow the 5T
bread alwayswas. Suchflouris less affected by temperature than the ~&.
ordinary blended, carelessly ground, kind.
Just to remind you of
the importance of sav
DR. G. M. PALMER
Looking around us^we see many persons in middle life, strug-
gling along with poor vision, who might be enjoying normal sight
today if they had consulted acom
petent specialist and worn glasses
when there was yet time to pre
serve the sight. Be on the safe
side, if you suspect that your eyes
are failing let us advise what is
best for the eyes.
We carry in stock at all times a com
plete line^of lumber and building material
of all descriptions.
CallJin and look over our special line of
fancy glaa doors. We have a large and
well assorted stock from which you can
make your selection.
WE SELL 16 INCH SLAB HOOD
St. tlilaire Retail Lbr. Co,
Red Men Ball
Bemidji Tribe No. 39, Improved Order of Red Men, will
give their First Annual Ball on the evening of
Monday, September 7,1908
A CITY HALL
FIRST CLASS MUSIC BY FULL ORCHESTRA
This is the first ball since the reorganization of the
tribe, and the committees will spare no pains to make
the occasion a success. The best of. order will be main-
NO OBJECTIONABLE CHARACTERS ALLOWED
ANDY M'NAB, ROBT. MAHAN, J. BISIAR, J. E. GROOM