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Closing Out Sale of
LADIES' TAILOR-MAD E SUITS,
Silk Jackets, and Shirt
Al^o Our Entire Line of
WAISTS. WASH GOODS, CURTAINS.
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Next Door to Postoffice.
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Go to Hakkcrup for photos.
The best shoos at the lowest
prices at Gill Bros.
Andy Danaher returned to
Tenstrilvo last night.
Watch for our crockery ad.
W G. Schroeder.
See the Hub Clothing House
for bos school suits.
W. W Hartman made a busi
ness trip to Blackduc last night.
Underwear worth seventy five
cents at Gill Bros, only filty
Nothing can be better than the
bestMark's lung Balsam is the
Men's fine dress shirts woifch
seventy five cents at fifty cents
at the Hub Clothing House.
Miss Hilda Antonson of Grand
Forks is in the city the guest of
her sister, Mrs W Lw
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
Uncle George Wetsel returned
last night to his home at Ten
strike alter spending a few days
in the city with friends.
We must reduce our stock
order to make room for fall goods.
Cut glass and China atfiltype
cent off. A. E Winter,' the
Louis Gill left last night for
Minneapolis to attend hujh
school in that city. He has spent
More new Fall Dress Goods be
ing added to our already large
stock. Call and look them over.
They*are all new and up-to-date.
Best in the market. Prices right.
Outing FlannelsWe are showing a complete line in this
TrimmingsWe have the most up-to-date line.
Pillow Covers.2~ each and they are beauties.
New liue of Ribbons.
In our Grocery Department we have the best. Nothing
but Fresh Groceries at McCuaig's.
FruitWe have every kind on the market and we sell it
Don't forget the Food Sale the ladies of the M. E. church
will hold in our east window, Saturday from 2 to 6 p. m.
We close 7:30 p.m., except Mill Pay Days & Saturdays
Yours foi new goods,
WM. McCUAIG WM. McCUAIG
'St i ^v"* ft^^^C-*^ ^^Rsw
the summer vacation in Bemidji
at the Gill Bros, store.
Prank Stephens returned to
day from Cross Lake.
Watch for our crockery ad.
W G. Schroeder.
Men's working pants worth $2
at ^1.50 at Gill Bros.
Mrs. J. Conger was a pas
senger for Tenstrike last night.
Big bargains in boys' knee pant
suits at the Hub Clothing House.
The Woodmen held a regular
meeting at their hall last night.
Dr A. E Henderson returned
last night from Parkers Prairie
Pour dollar and fifty cent fine
dress trousers at Gill Bros. 3 00
John Dalton has accepted a po
sition at the Bemidji Club saloon
Fifty cent working gloves at
Gill Bros, only twenty-the cents
B. F. Gardner arrived in the
city this morning from Black
Get the National policyit
covers ALL H. C. Peo, agent,
office at Brinkman hotel.
P. R. Rowe, the popular "Tom
Reed"' cigar man, is calling on his
trade in Bemidji today.
Fred Walworth, who serves re
freshments at the Bemid]i Club,
is at Duluth the guest of friends.
We have a valuable communica
tion for Scott McGuire. Anyone
knowing his address will please
E. H. Jerrard left for Black
duck last night to look over a
plumbing contract which he re
cently took in that city.
We must reduce our stock in
order to make room for fall goods.
Cut glass and china at fifty
cent oft. A. E. Winter, the
The meeting of the Red Men
last night was postponed on ac
count of the inclement weather
The next regular meeting of the
tiibe will be held next Thursday
An adjourned meeting of the
school board will be held at the
school house tomorrow evening
lor the purpose of meeting the
teachers and signing contracts.
All teachers are requested to be
present at 7 30 and bring with
them their certificates.
Conway's Commercial College
opens fall term Sept. 5, 1904.
Shorthand, typewriting, Book
keeping, Commercial law, life
scholarship $50. Public school
and Normal courses $25 extra or
any one public school study per
week 50c. Can enter at any time.
A A A d4
New Pumping Station Was Put In
Operation Yesterday And
The new pumping station was
put in operation yesterday for
the first time and it came up to
all expectations. The pump was
to have been started Monday, but
owing to some hitch it was post
poned. Only two wells were
used, and the pump was conse
quently run slowly, but even then
the water suppy was consider
ably increased. The other four
wells will be ready in a short
Will Cross Swamp.
John A. McDonald will leave
for the Big Fork in a day or two
to look up some timber in town
154 24. He has chosen the swamp
route, and on account of thethere
recent heavy rains anticipates a
hard trip. 1 I
Cut His Hand.
Harry Young sustained a pain
ful injury this morning at the
Crookston Lumber company's
mill. While putting in a window
in some manner Mr. Young's
hand slipped and broke the glass
cutting a bad gash on his wrist.
The wound was dressed and will
probably not prove serious.
Several Courses of Study.
Numerous Electives. Best of in
structions in Music andBlocution,
Free scholarship, for one year for
first honor graduates of high
schools. Expense very low.
Opens September 14. Catalogues
sent free on application. Maca
lester College, St. Paul, Minn.
Will Stay in Bemidji.
I have leased the building now
occupied by my jewelry store
for another two years and will
remain in Bemidji and do busi
at the same old stand. Thank
ing the public for their patron
age in the past, and hoping that
by fair dealing and honest busi
ness methods I may merit their
trade in the future, I am,
A. E. WINTER.
Jumbo, the largest dog in the
United States, owned by Fred
Streinmetz of Park Rapids, died
last Wednesday morning. The
dog was a St. Bernard and
weighed 308pounds, has attended
with his master five different
conventions of the Red Men, and
was supposed to have been offered
as a sacrifice to the yearly dog
feasts of the tribes a number of
times. The skin of the large
beast has been removed and will
be mounted by a Park Rapids
It is a great convenience to
have at hand reliable remedies
for use in cases of accident and
and for slight injuries and ail
ments. A good liniment and one
that is fast becoming a favorite
if not a household necessity is
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. By
applying it promptly to a cut,
bruise or burn it allays the pain
and causes the injury to heal in
about one-third the time usually
required, and as it is an antisep
tic it prevents any danger of
blood poisoning. When Pain
Balm is kept at hand a sprain
may be treated before the in
flamation sets in, which insures
a quick recovery. For sale by
Barker's drug store.
Watch for our crockery ad.
W. G. Schroeder.
Fall Suits of the
5..H. S. & M. MAKE..B
Will be taken this week. W received
the swatches of the latest novelties
for fall wear. S. & clothing is
as good as any tailor-made and cost
you much less money.
I. MEYER & CO.,
High Art Clothiers.
STOR UNTRU E
Major Scott Denies Story to the
Fffect That Walker Indians
Regarding a story recently
published in a Twin City paper
to the effect that Indians on the
Leech Lake reservation were
restless as a result of the forest
reserve proposition, Major Scott
has given out the following:
"The entire article is untrue
and misleading. I have made no
report to Washington on this
subject. If I do, it will be just
the reverse of the statements
made in the article. The Indians
are not restless, neither are they
petitioning to have the forest
reserve set aside. They know
they know that the government
will pay them for the timber left
on the forestry reserve, and if
is anything that an Indian
doesn't want, it is that his land,
or that which he has claimed as
his own, be opened to settlement
"There are no doabt people in
this state, who would like to see
the forestry reserve proposition
abolished, but they are not the
Indians. Townsite boomers and
speculators would more accur
ately describe the majority of the
'knockers." Their solicitude
for the Indians' welfare is "touch
ing" in the true meaning of the
word to those who do not know,
and in its slang significance, to
those who do.
"If the forestry reserve was a
mistake, it can be corrected by
those who made it, but its
enemies should fight fair and not
work on an old Indian sympathy
dodge overtime again. The
Indians are all right, if the white
Indians will only leave them
alone. They are willing to obey
the laws, and only fair treatment
under the law is expected
should be accorded them."
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"Allow me to give you a fewj
words in praise of Chamberlain's'
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy," says Mr. John Ham
lett, of Eagle" Pass, Texas. 1
suffered one week with bowel
trouble and took all kinds oft
medicine without getting any re-!
lief, when my friend. C. Johnson'
a merchant here, advised me to 1
take this remedy. After taking
one dose I felt greatly relieved
and when I had taken the third
dose was entirely cured. I thank
you from the bottom of*my heart
for putting this great remedy in
the hands of mankind. For sale
by Barker's drug store.
Monday is Labor Day. but no
preparations have been made by
the people of Bemidji to observe
the day. Other cities through
out the state will close stores,
shops, and other places of busi
ness, and elaborate programs
have been prepared by some.
Ed French returned this morn
ing from Blackduck, where he
has spent the past week with
friends. He hunted ducks on
Blackduck lake yesterday and
succeeded in bringing down
about a dozen.
Mrs. Wm. Dunn of Minneapo
lis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
I. S. Boyei. Mr. Dunn will ar
rive in the city tonight and both
will remain here for several days.
Buttons Business ^'College,
Crookston, Minn., opens its fall
term Sept. 5th. Send for new cat
alogue and beautiful calendar.
^W?l Jffww ?'WWII?
is the time to have
repaired for winter.
Give us a chance at your
we can save you
on a big or little job,
D. S. DENNIS,
710 America Ave. Bemidji.
Thos. Cathcart & Son, Props.
This Hotel is specially
adapted for the traveling
public, beautifully locat
ed on the banks of the
great Rainy River fac
ing the Canadian border.
We pay strict attention to run a
quietly and orderly place.
Willits & Cahill.
Heating as 03
big money S
Call or phone to
Woo For Sale!
I have for sale an unlimit
ed quantity of Fine Jack
Pine and Tamarack Wood
in any lengths.
Pioneer Real Estate Office
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED TO RENTFive, six
or seven room house by a fam
ily of three. Apply at Pioneer
FOR RENTFive room cottage.
Good location. Call at Ross
Likes Indian Territory.
A letter recently received from
Hon. J. M. Markham at Tish
mingo, I. T., states that he likes
the country very well and will no
doubt invest considerable money
there. He will be absent from
Bemidji for several weeks yet.
(k A A A
Bemidji Mercantile Co.
g We have just received another carload of
4* This Flour is made from the best of North
J* Dakota Hard "Wheat and is the most satisfac
A tory Flour that we can procure. We guaran-
JL tee it in every respect.
4* For Cakes and Pastry Work use
..Iglehart's Swan's Down Cake Flour..
4* It is the Very Best.
BEMIDJ I MERCANTIL E CO.
We are now settled in our new location in the
BUYER BUILDING, Minnesota Ave.,
and invite the public to call and examine our
line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
The Fair Variety CashStore.
The only Headache Remedy which does not weaken the heart.
Price 10 cents and 2 5 cen ts per bottle.
CASH PAID FOR DRY SNAKE ROOT.
CITY DRUG STORE
THE PIONEER. DRUG STORE OF BEMIDJI.
DR. F. E. BRINKMAN.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. m.toNoon, and 1 to 5:30 p.
Are Chiropractic Adjustments the same vs Osteopath, Treatments?
No. The Chiropractic and the Osteopath both aim to put in place
that which is out of place, to right that which is wrong but the Path-
ology Diagnosis, Prognosis and Movements are entirely different.
One of my patients, Mr. W.'A. Casler, has taken both Chiropractic
and Osteopoth treatments. The Chiropractic is ten times more direct
in the adjustments and the results- getting health ten times more thor-
ough in one tenth of the time than an Osteopath would.
A Fly Offer
From now until the end of the sea
son we will sell our large stock of
Horse Nets at a sacrifice.
62-inch String All Calf Leather Nets, 6.00 5.00
And others too numerous to mention, all at
similar prices. Remember we are headquarters'
for everything sold in an Up-to-Date Hard
ware Store at Right Prices.
F. M. Nalzahn & Go.
Phone 57. Markham Block,
ublcribe for the Daily Pioneer
regular price now
per pair per pair
100-inch Extra Burlap Nets, $1.25 $1.00
Fancy Plaid Nets, 2.00 1.50
Little Beauty O. K. Nets, 2.50 2.00
Chase's Brussels gsrf
Nets, 3.00 2.50
Heavy Cord Nets, 4.50 3.75
Genuine Wagoner Kthe1?
Nets, 4.75 4.0 0