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See JonesW. C. Jones.
Short mill wood, ready for- use,
phone 208.
C. Moons spent Sunday
with his parents at Blackduck.
Surplus furniture and fixtures
at cost at Peterson's.
Chas. Hay den, supervisor of
...assessor s, is in the city.
Sherinan-William and Harri
son's paints, or sale by Chas.
Paul Cowan is down fronv
Blackduck today.
For wall paper see J. A. HofT,
Miles block.
George Lydiek was in town
from Cass Lake this morning.
G. Prick, or Fosston, is a guest
at the Markham
Nothing can be better than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
W. A Gould returned this
afternoon from a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark are
parents of a fine large baby gi rl
born Saturday.
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
-Lung Balsam will cure your
Mrs. W R. McClure, of. Minn
eapolis, is in the city for a sev
eral day's visit with her husband.
Why balance on the verge of
consumption when Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure.
E White came down this
morning from Kelliher, where he
has been looking after a pick-up
-crew or the Crookston Lumber
Co for the past week.
Caesar dead and turned to clay
anight stop a hole to keep the
-wind away. Take Mark's Lung
Balsam, it is the best.
Short mill wood, ready for use,
ary quickly, $ 2 per load deliver
ed. Crookston Lumber Co.
Phone. 208.
The Ancient Order of United
Workmen has a regular meeting
tonight and will initiate a number
of candidates.
Up-to-date and fashionable
'dressmaking done by the day.
Miss Alice Robbins, telephone 24(5.
Lay in a supply of short kill
wood for the season. Drys quick
ly. Delivered for $2 per load
erookstonLumber Co. phone 208.
Markham went to Minne
apolis this afternoon. will
return in a few days accompanied
by Mrs. Markham,
Removal sale priees at Peter
son's. Toys and i off, books,
stationery, express wagons, cro
quet sets, off, confectionery,
fruit and groceries at reduced
prices. Peterson.
A Remarkable Case.
Thos. Reed, of Neillsville, Wis.,
Yo ur White Wine of Tar Syrup is the
best medicine for the lungs that has
ever been sold in this county.. I speak
from my own experience. I think it
has twice saved my life when suffer
ing from a diseases of the throat and
lungs. It cured my neighbor, Mr.
Dowes, of asthma that had attlicted
him for years.
Ladies Kid Gloves
A ah
Fifty Years the Standard
taprovts the flavor and adds ta
tht htalthfulntss of tha food.
emoval sale at Peterson's.
A full line of go carts at Lahr' s.
Gypsine, the best wall finish
in most popular shades atLahr's
E- E.Tucker, of Blackduck, is
in town.
See the new in Weathered Oak
furniture at Lahr's.
0 H, Allen, the Blackduck
merchant, is in the city today.
Fruit and vegetables all
through the week at Peterson
Warm dayscold ice cream
at Peterson's.
B. Minnick, of the Crookston
mill force, is confined to his home
by a bad attack of rheumatism.
Deputy Sheriff John Bailey
and Attorney Crawford are at
Tenstrike today on some logal
S. Wallace paid a fine of 10
in police court this morning for
being intoxicated on the high
streets yesterday.
Meeting of the Board of Di
rectors of the. Business Mens'
club tonight to hear a proposi
tion from S D. Work' s, who is
anxious to mo ve a hardwood mill
plant to Benhdji.
Kelsey, the boat builder, has
just completed a fine gasoline
launch to be used on Lake
midji. The boat is nineteen feet
over all and in general excellence
of workmanship would be hard
to beat.
Harry Bliler enjoyed a visit
yesterday from his brothor,R. K.
Bliler, of Cass Lake, who is em
ployed on the topographical sur
vey of the Mississippi. The
survey is getting along very
nicely and should reach Bemidji
in about two weeks.
Cured His Mother of Rheumatism
"My mother has been a sufferer
for many years with Vheu matism,''
says W H. Howard, of Husband,
Pa. A times she was unable to
move at all, while at all times
walkingwas painful. I presented
her with a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain. Balm and after a few a
plications she decided it was the
most wonderful pain reliever she
had ever tried, in fact, she is nev
without it now and is at all
times able to walk. A decisional
application of Pain Balm keeps
away the pain that she was for
merly trouble with." For sale by
Barkers Drug Store.
We have the most up-to-date line
of ladies', men's, boy's and child
ren's shoes ever shown in the city.r
We can fit
pocket. The Queen Quality for
ladies cannot be beaten in style
and quality. Come in and let us
show you a nice line of Shoes.
W have a basket of shoes worth from $1.25 to $2.0(1.
Price now 98c a pair.
Men' Hats we have an eje
one of our best
every pair warranted,
and sizes.
Men's Work and Dress Gloves.
Special sale on Men"s Shirts.
Always a Fresh Line of Groceries at McCUAIGS
Celery Radishes Lettuce Strawberries
All sii ides
The '-Gordon'
gant line
Let us show von.
On and after May 16, we close at 7:30 p. iutermdfy. acting directly up
Steam Shovel and Work. Trains
to Make Improvements
to North Line
THIS morning the M. & I. put
on twoworktrainsat Mississippi.
A steam shovel will work at the
g'ravo 1 "p11" tli'ere"for the-ncxt- -few-
weeks getting out gravel which
will bemused to till up low places
at several points on the north
line. A largo extra gang is
ployed ami considerable ini
provetnonts are to be made this
summer. Quite a little o!" the
grand will go to the Kelliher
spur and a good deal will be used
between Blackduck and North
om e. Th."! shovel will work night
and day and the work is in
charge of the general road niastei
State Engineer Ralph and Sena
tor Swcdback Will Choose
Location This Week.
Engineer Ralph, of the State
Drainage Board, is in the city to
day the guest of Senator Swod
back and for the, purpose of con
ferring with the senator about
the new ditch that is to he con
structed in Beltrami county by
the state. Mr."Ralph and Sena
tor Hwedback will take a trip
th'rousrh the county for the pur
pose of deciding the location
t!ie latter part of the week.
The ditch will be so located that
it will benefit to the greatest ex
tent possible state lands that
need drainage a it will be,
when constructed, the first state
ditch in Beltrami county.
To Close Sundays.
-The three local meat markets
have entered into an agreement
to close their various places of
business on Sundays. On and
after May 1-5 all the meat mar
kets will close on Sunday. The
change over the present order of
things is made to give the em
ployes an opportunity of enjoy
ing a rest and under present
conditions Sunday is one of the
heaviest days"of the week.
Has a Heap of Trouble.
Anton Hanson was in Judge
Pendergast's court this morning
to answer to a charge of drunk
eness. was unable to pay a
tine and went to tin county jail
for ton days,, A pahof Hanson's
accuses him of the theft of $10
Saturday night and has sworn
out a warrant which will be
served as so on as he is released
from jail.
New Rooming House.
Mrs. 10. llendrichson has
rented the second Hour of the
Swedback building on Minnesota
avenue over Mc.Conkoy's grocery
store and has furnished it as a
first class rooming house. All
the furnishings are new and
some of the ploasantest rooms in
the business portion of the city
are now offered for rent.
.Hotel Change Hands.
The Bemidji hotel, which has
been under the management of
Ross Miller for the past two
years, today changed hands, the
new proprietor being Mrs. John
Bahr, who will run the establish
ment up to the standard of excel
lence which characterized it in
the past, and will undoubtedly
receive a large patronage.
Has a
Cost Fifteen Cents.
A young lady living at the cor
ner of Mississippi and Thir
teenth street advertised for a
situation in the Pioneer want
colum Friday evening. Siie had
rive_.offers Saturday morning. I
cost her fifteen cents to get a
How's ThisT
W offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for anv case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall'
Catarrh Cure. Cheney it
Co., Toledo, O.
W e, th undersigned, have
known F\ Cheney for the last
15 years, and beleive him
he learned, hut the first
th'e train went througha
fectly honorable in all business.
transactions, and financially able
to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
1 the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price, 7oc. per bottle.
Sold all drutruists.
i Take-Hall's Family Fills f.r
Jll constipation.
Village is Broke.
The village
Assortment of several thous
and pearl buttons of all sizes. Can
match buttons on any garment
and will sew on wherever needed
free of charge. Bemidji Steam
An Open Letter.
Serious Accident Reported to This
Afternoon's West Bound Pass
enger From Shevlin.
Shevlin. 1 p. (Special
hound passenger is wrecked about, a mih
here and the coaches are
This report is \eritied at 4:10.
mrninybridg and the engine
ie ditch. ri-passen-crs were severi
fl iite
gineer is believed foHrc
destroyed by the lire am
explosion of acetylem
From the Chapin, S. C.| News:
Early in the spring my wife ami
1 were taken with diarrhoea and
so severe were the pains that we
called a physician who preserib
for us, buthismedieinesfailed
to give any-relief. A friend who
had a bottle of Cha in bet Iain's
CultC, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy_on. JjanxU^iojwieh of us
a dose and we at onCe felt the
effects. I procured a bottle ami
before using the entire contents
wo were entirely cured. It is a
wonderful remedy and should be
found in every household. 1J.
Bailey, Kd iter. This remedy is for
sale by Harkers Drug Store
Jr. will mo ve ITis
confectionery stock to new quar
ters in the Malzahh block about
the first of next week. The
quarters will be the same ones
taaTr~"store~- oocupied fore it
moved to its present location.
Ice cream parlors are being
fixed up on the second floor and
Mr. Peterson thinks he wili be
pleased with his new place.
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to the
of Bemid ji is broke
today. The salaries of the City
employes are due and the orders
are drawn but there is no money
in the general funds tq pay tliem.
The license money is due the
tenth of the month and as soon
as this gomes the funds will
be ample for current expenses.
Clerks Meet tonight.
The Retail Clerks wiil have a
meeting at the office of" K. F.
Crawford, in the Winter block,
tonight, for the purpose of ap
pointing a \eoinintttoe to meet
with a committee from the busi
ness men relative to the contro
versy ever early closing.
Aroused of Complicity.
Hiram Ctimmings, accused of
complicity in. the burglary of
Tagley"s general store at Nymore
was arrested Saturday night at
Grand Forks and brought to Be
midji yesterday by Sheriff Mailoy.
Duminings "was have a pre
lirninary hearing this afternoon.
On Sad Errand.
11. II. McDonald, wife and niece
of Keiliher, were in the city ibis
inoining on their way to lieyn
elds, N. D.,-to attend the funeral
of Mrs. McDonald's fathe r, Dell
.1. Norley, one of the oldest resi
dents of that village, who died
Saturday of last week:
mul ISave Trout/him/,
the. cure
uiig, throat
he west
and a hall
lire. Tlio cause ffif the wreck cannot
reports to reach this ullage are that
hurniiiii" bridge,
mail car and smoker went into
injured, and the en-
fatally hurt. The mail car A\as totally
the smoker was badly damaged
rrjni followed the lire, injuring several
Duluth Had Keeord.
Lieutenant Mason, the recruit-j
ingofficerin charge 'of"the ihi-j
hi til district paid the local station
a visit this morning. Mr. Mason
sa.vs the Bemidji recruiting!
office is one of the best in the
country. Six recruits enlisted
for foreign service were shipped
today. Last month the enlist I
incuts at the Duluth office werej
second in the I'nited States in
point of number secured.
Health Failing.
Advices received from Dr. L. A.
Ward, who went to tin
1 Pacific
coast a short time ago for the
benefit of his health, are that the
doctor is not as well as when he
left home. He found the damp
atmosphere of the coast not con
irenial to his condition ami lias
gone to Ashland, re where
Mrs. Ward expects to join hi in in
a lew days.
Will Open June I.
.1. I'. Dilliealf goes to the Cities
tomorrow morning to purchase
the stock' for a new saloon which
he will open in the -building
he owns on Third st root that was
''recently occupied by the Palace
cafe. The building is to bo re
liuuTeled.-a- plate glass frmtr~wtt
he put in and the tixl ures will be
among the finest in the city.
The eitv council meets tonight
A. I*. \V. loci
meeting tonight,
tion s.
Retail Clerks un'-et, at the ollice
of 13.. I'1.
Crawford tonight.
i ll
mud 12
W would li ke
iilllictod lia
corhes to Good Sfeocl
can please the most
.us JTi aiiy blip of tht
when IT
and Kigld Prices we
finicky" buyers.
I ishimj Tackle, Tin Hoo/htf/, IhtLhuj,
The Great Cough Cure
a! affections
best, such
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup, Whoop
ing Cough, Hoarseness, Etc,, _Brpnchit is,
and will j)rev"nt consumption when
taken in tine\ ruartihtee^T.
Price 25 and 50 cents.
O S 8 O N I N
Visiti ng County Schools,
County Superintendent Dun
woody nris ju st bfegun visiting
the schools ot the county for this
year, Mr. Dunwoody says con
ditions iii tii'
Gone Out of Business.
John Ripple has clos ed his sa
loon 'Mr:-- Hipplo's ln-1'.ns.e. _&&
pi red soure time ago and while fje
has mado application for another
license it lu no! vet been re
newed. It is no probable that
he will re
a ie train went through
Street Sprinkler Put On.
The street sprinkler was put
to work' this nio.aiine-. The coil
dition of the city .streets with re
giird to dust has been very had
for the past several days The,
sprinkler will keep the streets in
the business section of the city
in'good shape from this time on.
th.' market:
::i XD!
u. I
fe has a regular
Several initia-
(dieese ri ch ami
per pound at
A Whole Family.
II.'N. i Jr-A -himliip. OJ .Mount Vor
says: "My childron werjp
willi a ough rMiiItin from
in.v \yife with a cojugli that
prevented hoi* sleeping' more or
lis* for live years, ami your While
Wine of Tar Kyi-un lni euTe I.IK-III
1 i EUlfQ
1 1 1
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T-*r nr^ ^r
.trni Implements.
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mM&&. *33i
rural schoo ls of the
county are becoming hotter every
yea r. Ho has a request from the
northern pari 61 tliefcoimty to
furnish two teachers [or rural
schoo's. A salary of s:!- per
month is offered!
nuaoi the atoon
Three I'rove I p.
Three Hubbard countv home
steaders from the nanny of Re*
eida made tinnl proof Pofore
Clerlv of (-ourt Khoitathis muii
ing. They wen-.Jens Anders, n.
An'Baul Phil'lipson and Carl Malt
rud. Al! ha\e nice farms near
25-lb Pail for $ 3 50
I cent a pound lor the
II sizes
Until May 10, we will have on
exhibition a line of Needle
work from the workroom of the
Belcling Bros.' Silk Co.
Pillow Tops,Center Pieces, Doilies,
worked in the new stitches and
the new materials. Ladies in^
terested in Needle Work are"
invited to inspect the work.
O*Leary & Bowser.
O0K3EJS .:.-T..
_^As_Y.ou Sow
Shall You Reap.
Good Garden Seeds
W hnve the I'.est
Mililiesolu Unssed ()j
illil' ruln's
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
Is it true ^ou want to look old? Then keep your gray hiir. Ifnot,
then use Hall's Hair Renewer, and have all the dark, rich color
of early life restored to your hair.
SI' 15S(
The Daily Pioneer
We have just received g)
a New Stook of *G
The lati it ihiti^r- in Photography:
a rbon
Mounts to
.1. Mi 11SI'. Proprietor.
:s:-.:: :t XlaXs&T'J
I' the I
ood on
ale at th
del in Dee re. Plows,
JJjJggies and Wagons,'
your Inar.i mini a|| trni $

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