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See JonesW. C. Jones.
Fresh dairy butter at Peter
Only one hour, from 3 to 4, at
Bargains at the Bazaar Satur
day for one hour3 to 4.
A. T. Hatcher, the veil-known
Park Rapids lumberman, was in
the city last night.
We are in business for your
health. Be convinced by using
Mark's Lung Balsam.
Hear the wonderful lyric tenor
of Master Georgie with "A Man
from Swedeh" tonight.
The "Man From Sweden" com
pany arrived over the Great
Northern this afternoon from
The Arabs cure envy by be
stowing the thing coveted.
Mark's Lung Balsam cures
coughs and colds. $
The shadow social to which
everyone is invited at Presby
terian church tonight is exciting
The young people of the First
Presbyterian church are arrang
ing for a supper and social to be
held at the poor farm some time
Dr. C. J.
the eye specialist, will be in Be
midji, Jan. 31, and Monday and
Tuesday, Feb. 1 and 2. Office,
The Baker-Harrington com
pany entertained a fair audience
at the M. E. church last night.
The evening's entertainment was
of a very high order, and thor
oughly pleased all who were in
A number of the local members
of the Brainerd lodge of Elks
plan to attend the annual min
strel show of the lodge which is
at present under rehearsal and
will be given at the Brainerd
Opera house next month,
Win. O'Brien, of the well know
firm of Irwin & O'Brien, has ar
rived in Duluth from the south,
where he has been spending the
-winter looking after his lumber
ing interests. The Duluth Herald
has an interview with him in
which hestates that the south is
the coming country for the lum
MIL ES BLOCK.
If you want the
very choicest of
Mocha and Java
One trial will con-
vince you that it
has no equal
Tonight "A Man from Sweden."
'Attend the hour sale from 3 to
4 at the Bazaar.
Shadow socialPresbyter ian
Saturday! Saturday! One
hour only at the Bazaar3 to 4.
P. L. Devereaux, the veteran
cruiser, was in the city yester
Mrs. 0. W. Stevens will do
dressmaking. 1015 Lake Boule
The Falkiner's hoop rollers,
with "A Man from Sweden'' to
Cast yourself in a shadowso
cial, tonight at Presbyterian
More powerful then Svengali's
hypnotic power is Mark's Lung
Ever shadow a young lady?
Lots of chances at Presbyterian
The Bemidji String orchestra
will make its initial public ap
pearance at the performance of
"A Man from Sweden" tonight.
Miss Alice Cook, Winnipeg,
who has been-the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Reynolds, for the
past two weeks loaves tomorrow
M. D. Stoner is down town to
day for the first time this week.
Mr. Stoner has been incapaitated
since an" accident he sustained
Monday night in unloading some
Nero fiddled while Rome
burned. We cannot believe that
anyone will fiddle away their
chance to cure a cough when it
is so easy to get Mark's Lung
J. A. Detling who has been in
Bemidji this week owing to the
illness of his daughter, Mrs.
John Graham returned last night
to Langor. Mrs. Graham's con
dition is very reasurring at pre
Sergeant Witte will ship
another squad of men tomorrow.
He had enlisted thirteen this
morning and there were severe
applications to be considered
this afternoon. The sergeant in
tends to rent office rooms up
town and remain in the city until
Alex Forsythe, who has been
working in one of the Crookston
Lumber company's camps near
Solway, was taken to the poor
farm yesterday. Forsythe was
recently disabled by an accident
in the woods. He had no hos
Tenstrike Tribune: Miss Lena
Cyr, who has been here the past
four months, left Monday morn
ing for Akeley where she will
make her future home. Miss
Cyr has made many friends dur
ing her residence here who are
sorry to see her leave.
J. P. Lahr yesterday found the
overcoat of Harry Reynolds which
was stolen from the JVTerkham.
hotel on the night of the Masonic
banquet in the woodpile at the
rear of his store. The hat which
was stolen and a pair of gloves
wer found in the pockets.
Local employment offices com
plain of a scarcity of men for
work in the woods at present.
All offices have orders for men
which they are unable to fill.
One office has an order for sev
enty-five men which it is having
the greatest trouble in filling.
The intelligent compositor
yesterday made the Pioneer say
that the force of clerks at the
auditor's office was $22,"000 over
in balancing up the financial
statement. The correct amount
was a little over 200 and the
boys have located it all this
George Wonzor, of Shevlin,was
in Judge Reynold's court this
morning on a charge of drunk
eness. He stated that he got on
the train at
Shevlin last night
with a friend who undertook to
take care of S.J5 of his money for
him. He has not since seen his
friend or seen the money. A fine
of two dollars and cost was im-I
posed which Wonzor paid.
Three p. m. to p. m. Satur
day at the Bazaar.
J. W. Irwin is in the Twin
cities on business.
Saturday from S to 4 p. m. you
will find bargains at the Bazaar.
James Nolan is bo open a saloon
in the new building being erect
ed by Judge Galchutt.
George Durban has received a
challenge from Albeit Williams a
Cass Lake skater, to skate a three
mile race at that town next week.
He will accept the challenge and
arrangements are being made to
have the event come off next
W. J. Hilligoss, connected with
the land department of the Great
Northern Railway, is in the city
today. Mr. Hilligoss is here to
look up some reported tress
passes u) on Great Northern
lands. He has been in the em
ploy of the Great Northern for
years and is one of its most
trusted employes. He is a
woodsman with a wide repu
tation and was sent from St.
Paul in a .special train by the
Great Northern to conduct the
search for B. F. Egan, the sup
erintendent, who was lost in the
mountains near Belt. Mr. Hilli
goss at one time owned the land
in what is now the town site of the
city of Bemidji. He brought it
for 600 and afterwards sold it
sold it for $1,400.
Rev. R. J. Fly. of Brookline
Sta., Mo., saysv: "My wife has
been troubled with weak lungs
and was pronounced to be in the
last stages of pulmonary con
sumption, i he commenced tak
ing White Wine of Tar Syrup
and received, relief at once and is
now using the fourth bottle and
her health is better than for
many years. We cheerfully
recommend it to all."
Few Facts on Postoffices.
By a considerable amount of
figuring John Kirsch, the popu
lar mail tosser on the Duluth
line, brought to light a number
valuable statistics in regard to
Minnesota postoffices. In the
entire state there are approxi
mately 1800 offices. 73 offices
begin withpA, 174 with and 125
with C. Four begin with Y, 6
with and none with X.
Opening Argument for Defense.
Washington, Jan. 29.When the
trial of August W. Machen and oth
ers, charged with conspiracy to de
fraud the government, was resumed
Mr. Maddox made the opening argu
ment for the defense.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTEDTwo or three fur
nished rooms for light house
ing. Apply at Pioneer office.
S WOMEN KhESPSfc 1
charges, loss of tone, feeling' IUHJ vigor, N
the old and rin
ing in the new nev
er ceases in oui
store. Each Neu
Year sees us witl
nicer stock, newei
ideas and newei
methods. It is oui
never ending tasl
to keep our stor
that is new can al
ways be found, it
this store full
No goods are al
lowed to becoim
old or shopwor
for we keep mov
ing them by offer
ing them at prices
which are simph
our goods are spe
E. A. BARlvER,
ing at 8 o'clock
What They Sa.y
Joseph Burns: -'The skating
rink does not take with tJve peo-
A'toiney Cartel-, Tenstrike:
estate up our
We are receiving lots
It speedily and permanently removes
The Home Treatment for All Female
popp Ladies' own obstetric and
lYfUEi perpetual calendar by ad
475 W. North Avei, Chicago, 111.
HY'NE Sold bv A. OILMOU*^c CO.,
&&j i."T7. i2*l
Overcoats that sold for C/ *J ft
gft.oPaml $10. now jjr*. O
Extra long stylish overcoats, former
price $12 to $13, $13.50,
We expect quite a boom in real i-
A Traveling Man: -'A Man
Fro Sweden was a the Lv
ceu iland Dulutpresentfirst the of the
week. Its aces up as a good
show. They have some of the
cleverest specialties I have ever
C. Knopke: "A daily news
paper like the Pioneer is a great
thing for a town like Bemidji.
We watch for the carrier boy in
the evening just as anxiously as if
lie were bringing us live dollar
G. H. West, "We are going to
put a new front in the store build
ing. It will give us a better op
portunity for display windows.
We shall begin work on the im
provement soon. Oui'I Jhotirly
sales have been a great success."
Prominent Citizen: '\I would
like to see E. J. Willitts become
a candidate for mayor. He is
free from all affiliations and I am
sure he would make an exellent
officer. I believe he could rally
quite a following."
E. K. Anderson: "You can
tell the people that the |Eagle's
dunce next week will be the, event
of |(the winter in Bemidji, Wo
I expect visitors from Blackduck,
Turtle River and sevcraUjotlM-r
towns in this vicinity and we hope
I to have one of the best times o\'er
had in Bern id ii."
E. E. McDonald: "Since Lake
I boulevard has been put in pass
able condition it is no longer
necessary for callers in that sec
%tion of the city to crawl under
the back fence, compass the
barn around and about, climb
over the woodpile, dodge the
clothesline, appease the dog and
hail the servant girl at the back
door for admission. Visitors may
now easily gain admission at the
i front door. For men the task is
i quite easily accomplished in hip
i boots and ladies who are profi
jcient with the skeis \or snow
shoes will find the best grounds
in the city for this sport right up
in our neighborhood.
Spring goods will soon commence to come in and vye need all available space for it.
Must move a glance at our windows will soon convince YOU that we mean to cleanup
Trie latest designs, overcoats,, both belt
and lo\ worth up to
Any of our Men's and joiing Men's suits
which formerly soh I up to
10, go now at
This lot of Mens and young Men's .stilts
takes in all that sold up
We Close Every Even-
^T Til* DayUyh! Store
plo as I ha, honou. it would but!i ,,h wit a more deservedly cordia,l
we are dolntra nice business a!
reception than "A Man Prom
A II S E E N S
"Of the many successful Broad
hurst f Currie attractions now
touring the west none has met
bweden winch will be seen at
I the City Opera Rouse tonight.
dt is buut for laughing" purtJosus
buti is no* offensivel,y*ridiculous,
green Scandinavian, the design
in vidian, the old homestead,
perseutod horionoaml all the rest
but it tells it in a new and more
I I tells the same Story
I Order to
LOO dozeii extra heavy fleece underwear,
both single and double 4^/^V
breasted, sold every where ^'f f*
at 6'5 ctsand 50 cts "vv
Heavy Jersey overshirts, also a small
lot of flannelette, worth
Up to 7o cents go a^ttf^
The balance of our/entire stock of
Hoy's winter caps, all new goods,
made upon I he latest shape
will be included in this
sale at o..
Clothes Go W ro g.
-rf^.,^1. .A. A-..r4. IAI iiAi i Jtt O A itk A A IOI A.
We will during January sell
at a very low price for cash.
J. P. LAHR.
i i ii i\m ijupjy"" ^|i qp ~"tp ^i" 'y JUI1
capable way than the ordinary
production of the sort. There is
ample time for the cleverest spe
cialties throughout the bill. Mas
ter Georgie the boy with a voice
HkeClianncey ()lcott will be heard
hoop rollers and several other
clever people contribute to this
feature of the performance.
Kuute Erickson in the title role
is sufficient in himself to con
stitute an evening of rare enjoy
ment but he has surrounded him
self with tb.e cleverest people
possible and nil are given ample
opportunity to display their ac
complishmonts, Seat sale will
continue|tt Backer's until seven
o'clock this evening.
*S FT W
M. C. JONES
The Awning Man, for Awnings
Tenia of all kinds and desoiip
tions for sale or rent. Hunters
Equipments, Flags, Camp Fur
niture, Etc. Wagon and Stack
Covers and all kinds of Canvas
Goods Estimates Free on Application
Tel. 20. Office, ail Bemidji Av.
OUR MOTTO: THA DE WITH THOSE THAT TRADE WITH YOU.
In order to meet our wholesale bills we are com-
pelled tQ sacrifice our entire stock of WINTER GOODS.
Most everyone knows that we havealwavs marked our
goods close and have undersold all competitors, and
therefore know that a 2 0 per cent discount moans a
loss to us, but our loss' is our gain. \Ye will sell onr
entire stxc of WINTER C00DS until closed out at
one-fifth off. This is no lie. Come, invest, and save
in one v.
The Fair Variety Cash Store, 1