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THE CITY
See JonesW. C. Jones.
All kinds of masks at Petersons
F. G. Blair of Duluth is in the
city.
John Hubbard is laid up with
the grippe.
A. Harris of Grand Rapids is
in the city.
Fresh cows butter and hens
eggs at Peterson's.
A. A. Goodrich came down
from Northome this morning.
A. T: Hatcher, the Park Rap
ids logger, is in the city on busi
ness.
More powerful then Svengali's
hypnotic power is Mark's Lung
Balsam.
F. J. Kline, returned from a
business trip to Tenstrike this
morning.
Dr. F. A. Blakeslee, returned
this morning from a trip up the
north line.
Senator G. G. MeCarty of
Grand Rapids is in the city on
business.
J. S. Wessel, the St. Paul
candy maD, is calling on his
trade here.
C. C- Cutter, of the Buffalo Oil
Co., of Superior, Wis., is in the
city calling on his trade.
The Arabs cure envy by be
stowing the thing coveted.
Mark's Lung Balsam cures
coughs and colds.
P. H. McGarry, of the Northern
Minnesota Hospital and Sani
tarium association, of Farley, is
in the city on business.
Andrew J: Smith of Sauk Cen
tre, traveling insurance agent for
various eastern companies, is
soliciting business here this
week.
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
Balsam.
Lieutenant Alfred M. Mason,
recuiting officer, is in the city
this afternoon looking over the
affairs of the local office, of which
he is in charge. Mr. Mason has
headquarters at Duluth and is in
charge of three offices, one at
Duluth, another at Ashland, Wis.,
and one in this city.
DR. FOSTER
DENTIST
MILES BLOCK.
Groceries
SPECIAL:
Ray Thomas is down from the
woods today.
There were no cases before the
justice court this morning.
We are in business for your
health. Be convinced by using
Mark's Lung Balsam.
G. F. Francis of Minot, N. D.,
is in the city. Mr. Francis for
merly lived in Bern id ji.
Rev. Higgins, preached at one
Of the Clearwater Logging com
pany's camps yesterday.
K. J. Mclver came down from
Farley this morning and is
spending the day in the city.
Thos. Moodie, local editor of the
Pioneer, is on the sick list today,
but expects to be aronud again
tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Woodward,
who for the past two months
have been visiting at the home of
their daughter, Mrs. E. J. Ryan,
of St. Paul, will return to this
city tonight.
John Sibley, the logger of
Bena, is in the city" today. Mr.
Sibley has just completed a con
tract of putting in 4,000.000 feet
of logs near Bena and is now
looking up another contract.
Thirty guests were in attend
ance at a taffy pull given at the
home of Mrs. D. H. Fullerton
Saturday night. The party was
given by Mrs. Fullerton and
Miss Clara Beaumont. An en
joyable time is reported.
Make Turpentine.
The latest thing in the line of
industry is being promoted up at
Wr.enshall, Itasca-county, where
a number of citizens are trying
to start a company for the manu
facture of turpentine. Pine
stumps will be used for material,
of which there is an abundance
in that country, and a carload of
them has been sent to Hinkley
for inspection by the turpentine
factory at that place, and results
are pending.
To Work for Uncle Sam.
During the past few days five
recruits have been secured at the
local recruiting office, two of
whom will go to Seattle for the
coast defense artillery service
and three for the cavalry. Those
enlisted for the artillery are
Samuel P. Hart and John Mc
Donald, and Guy Pierce, Henry
Ritenhouse and John Murphy
will serve in the cavalry and will
leave for St. Louis today.
Dr Goods Shoes
The Big Store
WM. McCCAIG.
Otf Grocery Department
is the. largest and most complete line of Groceries carried
in the city.
"Home Brand" Canned Goods
are the best, and the best is always the cheapest.
Fresh Clarisa Creamery Butter and
Fresh Eggs always on hand.
"Lilly of the Valley Flonr."
Telephone orders receive immediate
attention, and delivery promptly made.
All our Fleece Lined Goods and
Outings will be closed out at a
discount of 25 per cent, There is still a large assortment
of Patterns and Qualities from which to choose.
AIL our Ladies', Gents' and Children's Felt Shoes
will be closed out regardless of cost. Ladies' Fur Trimmed
Felt Julietes, 80c Vici.Felt Lined Shoes, 1.75 Quality.
98c. All Felt Shoes from 75c to $1.50.
Agency for the Famous Queen Quality %T Shoes for
women! Boys" one Buckfe Rubbers Si' and 1.25 qual-
ity while thev last 50c.
o*
MA N BURNE O
DEAT
Northome Visited by Fiercest
Fire in Its History
Saturday.
ONE LIFE LOST AXD THREE
BUILDINGS DESTROYED.
Fire Is Supposed to Have Origin
ated in Office Over Bank
Building.
Three buildings and the loss of
a life are the results of the worst
lire in the history of Northome
which occured Saturday night.
The buildings of the bank, the
store of Thos. llstad and the
saloon of Hugh Mcintosh were en
tirely destroyed, and C. D. Schu
maker lost his life in attempting
to save some of the furniture in
his store building.
As soon as the fire was dis
covered the alarm was sounded,
and the citizens of the town
turned out enmasse, but the tire
rapidly spread to the store and
saloon in spite of all efforts they
could put forth.
Schumaker, who lost his life,
was owner of the store building
and was one of the foremost in
trying to save furniture from the
burning buildings. He had
brought out several loads suc
cessfully after the buildings were
a mass of flames and returned
for another, but was overcome
by the heat and smoke and could
not make his escape from the
fire.
The fire originated in the office
of Judge Simons, over the bank
building, from on overheated
stove. The safe was carried out
of the bank and all valuable paper
preserved, and some of the furni
ture in the other buildings.
Insurance was carried on the
stock and fixtures of the store,
and some on the saloon building.
The bank was owned by the
owners of the First National
bank of this city. No insurance
was carried on the building.
A Short Letter from Kansas.
Tredick & Co., of Kingman,
Kansas, write:We have known
Warner's White Wine of Tar
Syrup for a number of years.
It is a standard remedy and a
good seller, and where once tried
a steady customer is obtained.
For sale at City Drug store.
Saloons to Close.
A report is being circulated to
the effect that the saloons of Be
midji will in the near future close
at 11 o'clock, thereby living
strictly up to the letter of the
state law in regard to the matter
of closing. Heretofore they have
kept open all night.
To make Saloons an Issue.
The main issue in the coming
municipal election at Mcintosh
will be whether saloons will be
allowed to run. A petition has i
been tiled with the village re
corder to close out the saloons.
Full Line
of
Comic
and
Fancy
Valentines
HANN A VER LOW
Washington,Feb. 153:o0p. m.
-Senatar Hanna still alive at
3:30 this afternoon. He may
linger in the present condition
for many hours or die at any
moment.
AMU SEME NTS
The Warner Comedy company
opens a weok's stand at the local
opera bouse tonight with the
comedy drama "Doris." Miss
Cora Warner heads the company,
which is said to be made up of
a number of clever artists in tho
line of comedy, and a repertoire
is promised such as the manage
ment of the house has never be
fore been able to secure. Clever
specialties are introduced be
tween the acts, one of which is
Miss Warner's illusion dance,
said to be one of the finest things
in its line ever attempted. Popu
lar prices of 15, 25 and 35 cents
are the admission for the week's
stand and the Saturday matinee.
Minstrel Show at Brainerd.
The Elks lodge of Brainerd are
planning the biggest thing in the
line of a minstrel show that city
has ever seen. The show is to
be made up wholly of home talent
and promises to be very interest
ing. There are a number of
Elks in this city who belong to
the Brainerd lodge, who will at
tend the minstrel.
Free to All Ministers.
I will send one bottle of War
ner's White Wine of Tar -the
best cough remedy on earth -froo
to all ministers who will recom
mend it to their friends after giv
ing it a fair trial. Addres%,ibr.
D. Warner, Coidwater, Mich.
For sale, at City Drug store.
New High Record for Loans.
New York, Fob. 15.Tho loan ac
count of the associated banks sliowa
fui.ther
loss of tone,
HY'N E
It speedily arfd permanently removes
all Inflannnallpn.
The Home Treatment for All Female
Troubles.
Lollies' own obstetric and
perpetual calendar by ad
dressing
HY'NE COMPANY
475 W. North Ave. Chicago. 111.
HY'NE Sold by A. OILMOUK & CO.,
Bemidji, Minn.
FREE
We handle the Buffalo
Oil Co.'s Oils.
i
increase this week, bringing
the grand total up to $999,569,900, a
new high record. For the first time in
four 'weeks deposits show a decline,
though in the aggregate they exceed
loans by upwards of $26,000,000.
ForLeucorrhoea,
atural IU
WOMEN charges, loss of ton.c, foiling and vigor.
use
PER (1AL.
Kerosene guaranteed
not to smoke the
chimney 25c
74 per cent gasoline 25c
Benzine 25c
Turpentines 75c
Linseed oil, raw 60c
Linseed oil, boiled 65c
Dustless float oil 50c
Paints, Stains, Varnishes,
Kalsomines, Moldings,
Wall Paper,Glass, Etc.
W JONES
We carry in stock a fine line
of art pictures and will put
them in the finest art mould
ings for you _-
Valentine Day
IS NEAR
We have a late coireigmtieril of First Class
Call and examine if you wish to please
A. G-ILMOUR & CO.
CITY DRUG STORE
Pioneer l)rui Store of Bemidji-
We Have two
ACOR N
Different sizes tKat we will
sell now for
Less than cost
We cannot afford to carry these
stoves through the summer season.
F. Malzahn & Co.
E. J. IAZILLITS
The Pioneer Real Estate Man
HAS THtf FOLLOWING BARGAINS:
(lood business property in Blaokdiick to trade lor resi-
dence property in Bemidji.
Good business property in Tenstrike to trade Cor residence
property in Bemidji.
(loot! business property in East Grand Forks to trade for
residence property in !emidji
(Jood business property in Walker to trade for residence
property in Bemidji.
Goodrbu~3iness
property in Cass Luke to fr.uh
dence property in Bemidji.
(Jood farm near Bemidji to trade for residence
in Bemidji
What have you to offer
PH03CE i 7 7
We herewith thank our
MANY PATRONS
who have*taken advantage of our great sacrifice sale,
and desire to remind all of our 5 and O cent bargain
counters, which are money savers to those in need of
notions or small wares of any kind. We make a
specialty of Laundry and Toilet Soaps,
the best thiit. can be purchased. We carry the best line
of HOSIERY for ladies, children and men that, money
can buy. Our forced sale prices still continue. Come
in and examine our stock and get prices and we
deliver the goods.
The Fair Variety Cash Store,
GET A FRAME ON!
E. NAYL0R, FURNITURE
Subscribe for the Daily Pioneer
Valentines,
your lovers.
COAL
STOVES
Have you seen our line of pic
ture mouldings? It is very
complete, and there is nothing
finer in northern Minnesota
tor ivsi-
rqper'ty.
ill
3rd
st. w.

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