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If you have wrinkles, pim
ples, freckles, moth patches
or surp^rfluoua hair on your
face, call on
for scientific treatment. You
can get an electric, vibratory,
hand or water massage. If
you have dandruff or falling
hair, don't neglect it.
Shampooing and Manicuring
We are prepared
to fill all orders for
flour, feed and hay
on short notice.
FALLS & CAMERON
ART O PIANO PLAYING
401 MINNESOTA. AVE
MISS EUGENIA OLIVER
D. H. FISK
Atto ney and Counsellor at Law
Office over Post Office
E. E McDonald
ATTORNEY A LAW
Bemidll. ninn. Office: Sw#dbock Block
FRANCIS S. ARNOLD, LL.M.
Land Titles Examined and Deraigned
802 Beltrami Ave.
PHYSICIANS AND SURQBONS.
Dr. Rowland Gilmore
Physician and Surgeon
Oftlca: rale* Block
311 Minnesota Ave, Phone 319
FRANK. A. JACKSON
H. D. DR. E. A. SHANNON,
Physician and Surgeon
Office in riayo Bloek
Phone 396 Phone 397
L. A. WARD, M. D.
Office over First National Bank. Phone Nv. 5
House No 601 Lake Blvd. Phone No. 35
Dr. A. E. Henderson
Physician and Surgeon
Office over First Natlonal'.Bank, BemldJI, Minn
Office Phone 36. Residence Phone 7a
DR. J. T. TUOMY
rst National Bank Bu ld'g. Telephone No. 330
DRAY AND TRANSPBR.
Dray and Transfer.
Phone 40. 404 Beltrami Ave
Dray and baggage
Phone No 58
Safe and Piano moving.
gl8 America Ave.
FEED AND SALE STABLE
Good Kiga and
SMAR & REITER,
312 Beltrami Ave.
DR.KJNG'S NEW DISCOVERY
Will Surely Stop That Cough.
Dr.King's New Life Pills
The best in the world.
Buck!en's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In The World.
LOCA HAPPENING S
Fresh butter and eggs always at
Souvenir post cards at the Pio
Fruit for preserving has reached
bottom. Buy now. Peterson.
When in need of "White Lilly"
flour, call on or phone Falls & Cam
eron, phone 374.
W. T. Morrjson of Farley come in
this morning for a short combined
business and pleasure trip.
T. W. Elliot was a Puposky
visitor in the city yesterday, return
ing home in the afternoon.
A. O'Kelliher ("jerry") came in
this morning from Blackduck to see
the sights at the Beltrami County fair.
Matt" Jones came in this morn
ing from Northome and left on the
afternoon train for Grand Forks,
A fresh supply of the incompara
ble Lowney's chocolate bon bons
fresh from Boston just in at Peter
The prices are right and styles
correct, at Mrs. Henrionnet's Millin
ery Parlors, first door north of
L. Amadon returned this morning
on the freight train to Shevhn after
a short visit here attending to some
Dr. Waringer, the veterinary sur
geon, went to Kelliher last evening:
on professional business and returned
to the city this morning.
Sample prices, plums, $1 per
crate, free stone peaches, 75c a
box, Bartlett pears, $1.75 a box, this
week only. At Peterson's.
O. F. Hawkins, superintendent of
the Akeley schools, arrived in the
city last evening to see the fair
while attending a school meeting
H. Stechman, the hotel keeper at
Tenstnke, returned home last night
after enjoying the county fair. Mr.
Stechman was accompanied by his
two little sons.
G. E. Crockei, manager of the
Grand Forks Lumber company,
returned this morning from a busi
ness trip to the "Duck" in the inter
est of the company.
Clerk of Court Fred Rhoda and his
brother-in-law, Edward Young of
this city, left last evening for Three
Island Lake where they will hunt
ducks for a few days.
"Uncle" George Wetzel, president
of the Beltrami County Old Settlers
association ,returned to Tenstnke
last night after attending the first
day of the county fair.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith of
Kelliher came in this morning to
attend the fair. They were accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
McGill, also of Kelliher.
Hunt's Perfect Baking Powder
and Extracts are pure, always the
same, the same careful composition,
the same pure ingredients, the
same satisfactory results.
A. E. Wttting of this city, who is
engaged in the lumber business at
Blackduck, came in from the "Duck"
this morning for a short visit with
his family while attending the county
B. B. Lundgren and C. M. Foster,
two employees of the J. A Irvine
Lumber company at Blackduck,
returned to the "Duck" last night
after spending the day at the fair
in this city.
The wrestling match between the
amateur lady athelete and tne pro
fessor tonight, at the Bijou Theater.
Do not fail to see the interesting
stunt, which is only one of the many
attractions at the Bijou.
John A Vye, secretary of the
agricultural department of the Uni
versity of Minnesota, returned to St.
Paul this morning after enjoying a
few days' visit at the home of his
brother, W. H. Vye of this city.
Mrs. M. E. Knappen of Tenstnke
returned home last night after at
tending the first day of the fair.
Mrs. Knappen was to have given the
response to the address of welcome
at the meeting of the Old Settlers'
association but, owing to the lack of
attendance, there was no meeting.
Cookston College is the oldest and
best equipped business college in
the Northwest. It gives the follow
ing courses- Bookkeeping, short
hand, typewriting, telegraphy, pre
paratory, penmanship and music.
Board and room in private family $3
per week. Send for catalog to J. C.
Sathre, Crookston, Minn.
Finest line of postal cards at Pet
R. W. Reed, the photographer,
went to Minneapolis this morning
for a few days' business trip.
Superintendent Strachan, of the
M. & I., returned to Brainerd this
morning after a brief visit in the
Mrs. R. T. Praught of Blackduck
and Mrs. D. J. Praught of Northome
came in this morning to attend the
W. T. Blakely returned to his home
at Farley last night after exhibiting
his horse, "Peter Reid," at the
Richard Leet returned this morn
ing from Houpt where he went
on business for the W. C. Church
New line of pattern hats on dis
play all this week, at Mrs. Hen
rionnet's Millinery Parlors, first door
north of Bazaar store.
Fair visitors are invited to lay
in a supply of fruit for preserving.
The lowest prices ever for the finest
class fruit at Peterson's.
Judge McClenahan returned to
Brainerd this morning after releiving
Judge Stanton on the bench of the
district court in this city.
P. J. McKeon of Brainerd came
in this morning from a business
trip to Big Falls and spent the day
at the county fair in this city.
C. C. McCarthy and George
Spears, two attorneys of Grand
Rapids, arrived in the city yesterday
afternoon to attend some matters in
the district court.
Mr. and Mrs. Boorman of Grand
Rapids came in this morning from
Fort Francis where they spent the
summer and returned on the noon
tram to Grand Rapids.
Mrs. C. H. Rattinger and little
daughter of this city went to Brain
erd this morning where they will
visit a week with friends as the guests
of Mrs. C. W. Hoffman.
Henry J. Porter of Jamestown, N.
D. who has been here the past few
days attending the funerel of his
brother, George A. (Richard) Porter
returned home this morning.
Mrs. F. C. Ernst of Chicago is
visiting with friends in this city
as the guest of Mrs. J. R. Miller.
Mrs. Ernst likes Bemidji and
thinks the lake and the pines are
A. J. McGuire, superintendent of
the Northeastern Expermintal Farm
at Grand Rapids, came in last night
from the "Rapids" and delivered an
excellent address at the county fair
Children's toys at Peterson's.
Joseph Glenn of Cass Lake came
over yesterday afternoon and attend
ed the county fair. Mr. Glenn
attended the orchestra dance last
night and returned to the "Lake" on
the midnight train.
Frank Getchell of this city, who
is employed at Mizpah by the Henne
pin Lumber company, returned to
Hines last evening after spending
two days in the city. Frank will
play football with the Bemidji
militia team at Grand Rapids next
G. W. Kirkpatrick, formerly of
Lester Prairie, but who has spent
the past summer at Rebedew Lake,
is in the city today, a visitor at the
Beltrami county fair. It is Mr.
Knkpatrick's intention to locate
near Bemidji and he is looking for
a suitable tract of land within the
Fancy fruit for the table or for
the sick room at Peterson s.
"Teddy" and the Big Stick.
"Two Merry Tramps" which will
be the offering at the City Opera
House is one of the everlasting kind
that all who have witnessed it once
will have a great desire to witness it
again this season it has been all
rewritten and revised up to date
with new and original musical mem
bers such as "Teddy and the Big
Stick" "The Lady and the Love
Bug" "No-Wa-To at Tishmingo"
(which is an original Indian num
ber especially arranged by J. Holms
Travers) and introduced by the
Famous Squabs, The most Exquisite
costumes, special scenery and elec
trical effects all go to make "Two
Merry Tramps" the most popular of
musical comedies. This attraction
will be the offering at the City Opera
House tonight and Saturday even
School supplies at Peterson's.
E. J. Swedback of this city went
to Big Falls last evening for a few
days' business visit there.
CITY OPERA BOUSE ^i
TWO NIGHTS, STARTING
^mR$fS FRIDAY, SEPT. 25.
Those fun experts, Wood and
Ward, with 18 helpers, mostly
girls, presenting their Tutti-Frutti
musical torn foolery "Two Merry
Tramps," the play with singy
songs and whistly music. The
cleanest, cleverest, brightest,
breeziest, jolliest, smartest: sing
iest, wittiest and most whistly of
all musical plays.
Prices 35c, 50c and 75c, chil
The Pioneer has prepared a special
school tablet of the uniform size,
6x9, which we will retail at 5 cents
to Mail Orders
per Tablet/ This tablet has been
prepared especially for the Bemidji
public schools, and with cloth back,
which makes the tablet very durable.
These should be purchased by all
O N INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES.
Abstract From Letter Written by Taft
New York, Sept 24An abstract
from a letter written by William H.
Taft, the presidential candidate of the
Republican party, giving his views on
tfie settlement of industrial disputes,
was made public by the Republican
national committee The letter was
'Written to Silliman of this city.
The paragraph relating to the subject
of industrial disputes is*
"I favoi, so fai as the settling of
industrial disputes is concerned, the
maintenance of an official commission
for the official investigation, at the
instance of the executive, into the
merits of the controveisy and their
publication Of course, this could be
accomplished oy a voluntary submis
sion to the decision of arbitration,
bat the investigation I would have
made at any rate and the report pub
lished. The force of public opinion
Is generally strong enough to bring
about a peaceful result."
May Not Be the Cholera.
Berlin, Sept 24.None of the seven
chplera suspeots in the Virch&w hos
plfal have developed the malady, nor
have bacteriological examinations
demonstrated the presence of the dis
ease among the persons being do
tained along the Russian frontier.
If you're particular about your shirts, if you think
made to order is the only way to have 'em right and
fit, just give these Wilson Bros,
one try out
It's warm-underwear season, and you better get
acquainted with what we're doii in that line, tf* flf
Wool underwear $2 per suit and up to ir^
Hand knit sweater coats,
full fashioned, all colors
You don't know how good Mora" hats
$3 are until you see them. All shapes
Next Door to First National Bank
POPULAR. PRICED CLOTHIERS.
how they look made up and on you. We maintain for ourselves as high a standard of
perfection in your clothes as you have for yourself and we guarantee a correct fit for
every man who comes to us, whatever his figure the hard to fit man, long or short,
big or little. You don't have to wear clothes bought here, if they're not exactly right
you may be as critical as you please, your money's yours until your'r satisfied.
You're welcome if you only come to look we'll serve you as well as we can,
whatever vou want service and not merely selling is what we aim at. The greatest
clothing stock in northern Minnesota is at your command.
$2 to $4.50
Because of our knowledge of the quality-facts about
our Crosset shoes, you can be as stubborn as you please
about their quality, and you ought to be. Crossett
shoes for fall will meet any demand put upon them.
Button and lace styles, gun metals and vici,
very lively shapes, here exclusively
THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES, WILSON BROS. SHIRTS, CROSSETT SHOES
There isn't one person in a thousand who stops to
think that in these days of care in food prep
aration experts have discovered and named
every component part of almost everything
we eat. For instance in a wheat berry there
is fat, starch, water, sugar, wood fibrewith
these names everyone is familiar. There are
othersthough that are longer and lesscommon.
Every grade of wheat flour contains these elements in different proportions
The difference affects bread making. The change in the pronor
tion of sugar for instance would greatly affect the action of vour
^T yeast. So you mustn't be surprised if you use ordinary flour and
W find one sack makes good bread and another of the same hranri
doesn't. Or that there will be a good,
batch and a poor one from the same sack.
We charge a few cents more for Occident Special Patent
Flour so that we can guarantee to you that it
will never varyso that it will always make good
bread. Occident Flour is made from the best
hard wheatit's scrubbed, scoured, tested, milled
by a special process. From the first sifter full to
the last it is of even grain, color, quality and nutri
tion. Your grocer has been told to return your
money if you are not satisfied. Insist on this
The Dadly Pioneer
40c per Month
to choose your fall clothes,, you'll
find as ready to show you the best
in the market and help you pick out
those that are best for you.
We've selected from Hart
Schaffner & Marx great line the
choicest things, the finest product of
foreign and American looms, fabrics
and patterns made up exclusively
for us and our customers, not
offered by any other concern. We
want the pleasure of showing them
to you before you buy any clothes
There are no better clothes made
than Hart Schaffner & Marx produce.
The quality of all wool fabrics, the
honesty of all other materials used, the
thorough, careful tailoring, and the
accuracy of style, which are characteris
tic of the products of these makers, have
made them the acknowledged first
among all clothing makers of the coun-
try, and we have the pick of the line.
We invite you to see these clothes
for what they are and for what we are.
We shall prove to you that ready made is
the only sensible way to buy clothes, and
that our store is the right place for it.
We show you the finished garments
Let your boy learn to buy his
own clothes here we'll take as
good care of him as if you were
watching the transaction yourself,
and if you think he didn't buy
wisely, you can get your money
back. Knee pants suits
$3.50 to $6.50
Young men's suits up to
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