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Boy & Gilber
Can furnish you the Plans and
Specifications, as they have a
lirst-elassdraugrhtsman in their
In their Shop they have the
gcst of MccfyaQics*
They have 40,000 feet of Fin
ishing Lumber in their sheds.
Also, a large stock of
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Lime,
Cement, Adamant, Fire Brick,
Hair, Roofing, Pitch and Glass.
Our prices are the same to all.
Not the lowest, but the best
goods at a fair buseness profit
Call and see us at our new quarters
at the 13. & N. tracks and Second St.
ATTORNEY AT LAW-
Office over Merchants Bank-
City Lots, Farm Lands
U. S. LAND LAWS A SPE-
W have them
in all styles and
shapes to fit every
figure, and every
(Corset is sold
under this most
"Money refunded after four
weeks' trial if corset is not
Look for this
Trade Mark on
inside of corset
and on box.
KALAMAZOO CORSET CO.
Sole Makers. Kalamazoo, Mich.
FOR SAT.R BY
McCUAIG & LUDINGTON.
F. A Brown,
Final Proof and Contest,
All Business to be Transacted
Through A. GILMOUK.
JHTE. ANDERSON, SEC. & TREAS.
J- SPEARE, LEADER'
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets
the remedy that cares colrt In one day
A. R. Button is now located at Great
Falls and all persons wishing to be
located on claims should consult him.
He is also conducting a stopping
place where travelers will be well
taken care of. Tf.
I County... I
George Steele is on the sick list
cause, overwork and long roads.
Attorney General Douglass was
here last week, and of course fished
in Long Lake.
The new railroad, mosquitoes,
haying and other small items are
the talk of the day.
N. Iiust has sold out his inter
est in the park to the state con
E. P. Felt is working for the
people in Itasca, and he has very
little time to call his own.
Part of Coxey's banner is on the
bum, and the wail of the ex-mer
chant is heard occasionally.
Fred. Robertson has adopted
the five-year-old girl of the Thay
er's. She will get an excellent
M. Heinzelman has his new
house ready, and it makes the
finest appearance of any house in
E. Grismer and daughter were
up to Wigrnann the 22nd. Mr.
Grismer is just as much of a sing
ist as ever.
One of our young men is making
quite a fine improvement in order
to be able to fittingly receive the
E. P. Felt and Ed. Gallagher
stayed over night at M. E. Hein/.el-
man's. Incidentally there were
four in the party.
Rev. A. Nordstrom, from Hoff
man, Minn., called on his old
friends, and needless to say Nord
strom is welcome any time.
Thorwald Anderson and E.
Erickson are taking advantage of
the low prices on lumber and are
fixing up their farms in fine shape.
The town of Itasca will be out
of debt and quite a surplus re
maining very soon, as the out
standing orders will all be taken
up at once.
Ed. Gallagher, our county com
missioner, visited E. P. Felt last
Monday. Ed. came down to look
over the county road, and of
course swapped a few shakes with
Everything looks brighter now
when the taxes of the lumber
kings are coming in. Less than a
year ago the chances to get any
taxes looked as slim as getting
wool off a "hydraulic ram." The
man that owns pine should pay
his share of the common taxes.
Cupid claimed one of Itasca's
fairest daughters the 9th of July,
when Miss B. McTaggart was
united in the rosy bonds of matri
mony to Frank Bruce also of
Itasca, Rev. Bole tying the knot.
The young couple will be at home
on Mr. Bruce's claim very shortly.
We all offer our best wishes and
"Through the months of June and
July our baby was teething and took
a running olT of the bowels and sick
ness of the stomach," says O. P. M.
Holliday, of Deming, Ind. "His bow
els would move from five to eight
times a day. I had a botttle of Cham
berlain'sColic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy in the houso and gave him
four drops in a toaspoonful of water
and ho got better at onco. Sold by
Mayo's Drug Store.
A new born babe atG. Skarbo's.
Mrs. Slander was telling some of
our marry-wishing girls their for
tune last week.
A. Joten says that he don't want
to have much trading with people
who pretend to be converted, but
Mrs. 0. Berg has promised to
hang out a red flag when the road
in the swamp is dangerous to
Our Christian neighbors are
wondering why our young preacher
always sa^s: "Collect let us all
pray/' and not pray first and then
If any of the readers of the
PIONEER should happen to meet a
fellow with a hat on one side of
his head and a face that reads:
I am the man," that man is the
standing populist candidate for
anditor from the town of Leon.
A few of our prominent people
in the swamp were entertained bv
the reporter of the Shevlin Advo
cate with pork and beans last Sun
day. I suppose the reporter had
this entertainment in his memory
when he wrote about "pork being
worth its weight in gold."
Knnte Assen's kitchen burnt
to the ground about 4 o'clock
Sunday morning, the 21st inst.
When the fire was discovered it
was too late to save anything from
the inside of the building. The
fire caught from the smudge built
for mosquitoes. Kmite's holler
ing for help was heard by the
neighbors, but they all thought it
was the successful candidate for
school treasurer. He was cele
brating his victory with some loud
talk and a keg of beer. EVA.
"My baby was terribly sick with the
diarrhoea," sa^ys J. H. Doak of Will
iams, Oregon. "We werounable to
cure him with the doctor's assistance,
and as a last resort we tried Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
flemedy. 1 am happy to say it gave
immediate relief and a complete cure."
For sale by Mayo's Drug Store.
Associate Physician for Dr. Rea
Rv Special Request
will visit Bemidii, at
Friday, Aug. 2.
One day onlv, returning every
four weeks for six months, he will
give free treatment, except :i
small charge for medicine only, to
all who call on him his first visit
I)lt. UEA. 1ms no superior in diajrnosinp
mid tri-utuijr diseases and deformities. He
will BlveiSO for any case that lie cannot toll
the disease and whore located In five min
All curable medical and surKlcnl dis
eases, acute and ehronic catarrh, and Special
Diseases of the Eye, Kiu, Nose and Throat,
-Lung Disease, Early Consumption, Hronchitis,
Bronchial Catarrh, Constitutional Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache. Stomach and Bow
el Troubles, Rheumatism, Nenraljrla, Sciat
ica, Britfht's Disease, Diabetes, Kidney, Liv
er. Bladder, Prostratic and Female diseases,
Dizziness, Nervousness. Indigestion, Obesity,
Interrupted Nutrition, Slow Crowth in Child
ren, anil all wasting disease in adults. Many
cases of Deafness, Ringing in the Kars, Loss of
Eyesight. Cataract. Cross Eyes, etc., that,
have been improperly treated or neglected,
can ho easily restored. Deformities, Club
Kect, Curvature of the Spine, Disease of the
I'.iiin. Paralysis. Epilepsy, Heart Disease.
Drjpsy, Swelling of the Limbs, Stricture.
Open Sores. Pnln in the Bones, Crungular En
largements and all long standing diseases
properly treated. Young, middle-aged and
old, single or married men and nil who suffer
from lost manhood, nervous debility, sper
matorrhoea, seminal losses, sexual decay,
failing memory, weak eyes, stunted develop
ment, lack of energy, impoverished blood,
pimples. Impedimenta t'i marriage also blood
and SUSTI diseases Syphilis, Eruptions, Hair
KHIUIIK. Bono Pains, Swellings, Sore Throat,
Ulcers, effects of Mercury, Kidney and Blad
der t.rou jles. Weak Back, burning Urine, pas
sing urine too often. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stric
ture, receive searching treatment, prompt re
liof and cure for life.
Cancers, Tumors Goiter, Fis
Varicocele and enlarged elands with the sub
cutaneous injection method, absolutely with
out pain and without the loss of a drop of
blood, is one of IIIH own discoveries, and is the
most really soientihic and certainly snre cure
of the nineteenth century. No incurable eas
es taken. Consultation to those Interesteil. }1.
DR. REA & CO.,
MinnenDoiis. Minn. Louisville. K.v.
#1 Per Year
Price Only $10.00.
Made in all the standard cali
bers both Rim and Center Fire.
Weight about 7 pounds. Stand
ard barrel for rim fire cartridges,
24 inches. For center-fire cart
ridges, 20 inches.
If these rifles are not carried in stock
by yotir dealer, send price and we will
send it to you express prepaid.
Rend stamp for catalog describing com
plete line and containing valnable in
formation to shooters.
THE J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO.
P. 0. So. 2851 CHiCOPEE FALLS, MASS.
Will Entertain Bemidji Audiences
Four Nights, Beginning Aug.
2, Tomorrow Night.
Professor It. M. Mobius, the
hypnotist, and his supporting
specialty company played at the
opera house four nights, says the
Pioneer of Mondan, N. D. The
attendance was good, and the in
terest, increased from night to
night. Special interest was mani
fested in the 48 hour sleep pro
duced by Professor Mobius. The
breaking of a large stone upon the
chest of a cataleptic subject also
aroused much attention and was a
very interesting feature. Hyp
notism by telephone under test
conditions was also produced upon
four volunteers by Adeline Mobius
to the satisfaction of the com
mittee selected from the audience.
The young men who volunteered
quickly entered into hypnotic state
and furnished an endless round of
fun and laughter for the audience.
Oceola Lopez is very clever with
his musical tumblers and furnished
a ver}' pleasing comedy act. The
company bus been booked by the
manageme.it of the opera house
for a return engagement next sea
The above company will give
four exhibitions at the City Opera
House commencing Aug. 2. 3, 5
Ladies are admitted free the first
night when accompanied with one
"R. and T."
TheDuluth, South Shore Atlantic
railway again olTers to northwestern
people an unusually attractive ar
rangement of "Rail and Lake Trips."
Lot us plan your Pan-American Ex
position trip via train and steamer
routes. No dust, no heat. Service
the best and at reasonable rates. For
full particulars, rates, reservations,
etc., apply to M. ADSON,
General Agent, D., S. S. & A. Rail
way, Duluth, Minn.
Under Olinuter 101. Laws of I89i
FIRST DAYAUGUST 5, 1901.
A. M. 8:00 to 8:30. Enrollment.
8:30 to 8:50. Spelling.
0:00 to'11:00. Professional
11:10 to. 12:15.
P. M. 2:00 to 3:50.
4:00 to 5:45.
it/ it/ it/ ft it/
it/ it/ it/ it/
SECOND DAYAUGUST 6, 1901.
Physiology. Music- Drawing.
A. M. 8:00'to 10:00.
10:05 to 12:05.
2:00 to 3:50.
4:00 to 5:00.
5:00 to 0:00.
P. M. THIRD DAYAUGUST 7, 1901.
A. M. 8:00 to 0:50. Physics.
10:00 to 12:00. Geometry.
P. M. 1:30 to 3:00. Algebra.
3:05 to 4:15. Civics.
4:20 to 0:00. Physical Geog
raphy or General History.
From the above program it can be
seen that all candidates for certificates
must be present promptly at 8 o'clock
in the morning of the first day of the
examination. Please do not forget
the time and come tardy, for the rules
are very strict, and your coming late
might be the cause of failure to get a
Applicants for third grade certifi
cates for Beltrami county will be ex
amined at this time, and all intending
to teach before the next state examina
tions are requested to attend here.
The examinations will be held in
the brick school houso in Bemidji.
Stationary will be furnished free.
Dated July 16, 1901.
F. J. DUNWOODY,
20-22 County Supt. of Schools.
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