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CONFIDEN O SUCCES S Eon. A. Ueland Wires Sena tor Concerning the Railroad. DIRECTORS WORKING OUT DE TAILS OF CONSTRUCTION. Expected That All Arrangement Will Be Concluded Today. Considerable discouragement was felt last week in this city be cause of the failure to hear from the matter of letting the con tracts for the extension of the Red Like railway to Bemidji. It was believed that the contracts would be let Wednesday and as day after day passes without word there were rumors of strenous opposition to the road from powerful interests. Late Saturday evening, how ever. Senator Swedback, who has from the start been indefatigable in his efforts to secure the road, received the following telegram from Judge Ueland. :'The directors have been in session since my return working out details before final action. Expect them to complete same Monday so I then can wire you decision. Feel confident that it will be favorable.'' News of this message was reas ceived in the city with great sat isfaction and Judge Ueland's second message is awaited with more confidence. Cause of Lockjaw. Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a bacillus or germ which ex ists plentifully in street dirt. It is inactive so long as exposed to the air, but when carried beneath the skin, as in the wounds caused by percussion caps or by rusty nails, and when the air is exNamesduring cluded the germ is roused to actardy tivity and produces the most vir ulent poison known. These germs may be destroyed and all danger of lockjaw avoided by ap plying Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely as soon as the injury is received. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and causes cuts, bruises and like injuries to heal without maturation and in one-lass third the time required by the usual treatment. Sold by Bar ker's Drug store. Otto E. Berg of Shotley is spending the day in the city. Mr. Berg is just returning from a trip through Montana and western Canada and is on his way to Shotley. Money to LoanI am prepared to handle all first class farm loans promptlv. Call on or ad dress T. J. Miller & Co. Bemidji. About fifteen men for the woods were landed today at noon from the Great Northern pas senger from the west. Extra big bargains in men's and young men's overcoats at the Hub Clothing store. JTOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTES^^ birch wood at once. Arm strong & Underwood. PRINCESS Grocery Co. When o-oing-to tne postoffice drop in and see our line off ancv groceries. It will pay you to investigate. In order to clear our shelves for future canned goods we have instituted A Slavighter On Our Standard Grade of PRINCESS Canned Fruit and Vegetables. No Better in the Citv. Buy Princess Coffees and *3 Teas and Get Your Mon eys' Worth.- They Have C3 the Flavor and Boquet that Please the Epicure. & We Still Have Ox Colorado Peaches, Sweet Apples, Fine Quinces, Celery. o. B\ilk Oysters EXTRA QUALITY. te- Home Made Jellies APPLE, CRABAPPLE, CRAB APPLE AND PLUM MIXED. HOME MADE RASPBERRY JAM. The finest line of Queen Olives in the city. Also the largest and most delicious line of Chocolate Bon Rons. Yours for trade Princess Grocery Co M. E. CARSON, Mgr Phone 282 O asi SENATOR CLAPP State Central Committee Offers to Send Senator Clapp to Bemidji. Today at noon Chairman I. B. Olson of the county central com mittee received a telegram from the state central committee offer* ing to send Senator Clapp to Be midji on Wednesday of thisweek. Inasmuch as this would seriously interfere with the plans for Rally Day Thursday, however, great efforts are being made to get the committee to change the date of the Senator's appearance here, and it is hoped that he can be se cured for Thursday. Final arrangements for speak ers have not been concluded but the committee has been assured of speakers who will be well worth listening to even should it prove that Senator Clapp cannot be here. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy No one who is acquainted with its good qualities can be sur prised at the great popularity of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It not only cures colds and grip effectually and permanently, but prevents these diseases from re sulting in pneumonia, It is also a certain cure for croup. Whoop ing cough is not dangerous when this remedy is given. It con tains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to baby as to an. adult. It is pleasant to take. When all these facts are taken into consid eration it is not surprising that people in foreign lands, as well at home, esteem this remedy very highly and very few are. willing to take any other after having once used it. For sale by Barker's Drug Store. School Report. Report of school district No. 6 for month ending Oct. 28. Num ber of pupils enrolled first day 19 last day 21. Number of days in attendauce by all scholars 360 ayerage daily attendance 18. of those not absent nor the month are Otis and Robert Soper, Sammie, Alice and Minnie Godbout, Blanch and Elmer Marian, Olga, Esther and Nels Olson and Florence Barnby. Those absent but one day are Lillie Foley, Frank and James Lange, Mable Abraham son and Eddie Olson. Mr. A. L. Godbout was a caller of last month but wa omitted through mistake in month's report. Edith Boyer, Teacher. A Popular Cafe. No cafe in the city is more pop ular than Armstrong & Under wood's and none is better patron ized'. Mr. Armstrong makes a special effort to please and spares no expense in providing every thing good to eat that the season affords. Visitors in Bemidji will find no better place to get their meals than at this popular res taurant. Opens Tonight. The variety theatre opens its doors for the first time tonight. A strong bill has been secured for the first week, the perform ers coming directly from Winni peg where they have been play ing for the past two weeks. Harvey Reese the manager of the theatre is in town and has taken charge of the house. Broke His Arm. William McKinnon, one of the members of the Cass Lake foot ball eleven yesterday injured his arm in a most peculiar way. During a scrimmage, all of the players being on their feet the bone of his forearm was chipped at the elbow the Injury being a slight one but suffietent to lay him up for some time. BANK SALOON Gavin & Tanner PROPRIETORS. Third Street, BEMIDJI, RAZO AN REVOLVE Body of a Man Found Yester day in Swamp West of The City. RAZOR IN ONE HAND AN RE VOLVER IN OTHER. Believed to be John Shelby, a Car WiperProbably Com mitted Snicide. Yesterday afternoon while out hunting rabbits, Elmer Hulett, aged thirteen, together with sev-. eral other boys, stumbled upon the body of a man about a mile and a half west of the city near the farther edge of the big swamp. The body was found on the farm of John Larson and there were abundant evidences that it had been lying there for a month or more. The lads immediately came to town and notified the authorities and Dr. Henderson, county cor oner, went out to view the re mains. The man held a revolver in one hand and a razor in theand other and there was a bullet hole through his forehead, all the cir cumstances pointing to suicide. The body was removed to Lahr's undertaking establishment. It is believed that the dead man is John Shelby who for some time past has been engaged as a car wiper for the M, & I. The last known of him by the M. & I. officials was September 30. Shelby is well known in the city. Eor a time he boarded at Martin Flint's and then had a de lusion that somebody was af cer him, and that he was going to be killed. Lately he has been boarding at the section house where his trunk has been found, but no clue as to his relatives has as yet been unearthed. Best Remedy for Constipation. "The finest remedy for consti pation I ever used is Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tab- lets," says Eli Butler, of Frank ville, N. Y. "They act gently and without any unpleasant ef fect, and leave the bowels in a perfectly natural condition." Sold by Barker's Drug store. Arch Deacon Appleby. It is. announced that Episcopal services will be held at the Pres byterian church Wednesday even ing, Novem ber 2. Arch Deacon Appleby of Duluth, who reaches Bemidji at intervals, will deliver the sermon. Bargain Day Dinner. Our meals are a bargain any day, but we have provided a spec ial dinner for Bargain day. More good things to eat but nothing more to pay. Armstrong & Un derwood's. Small Blaze. At 3:30 this afternoon fire broke out in a small barn at the residence of Matt Thorn. The department was promptly on the scene and the fire was put out but not until the building was badly damaged. Bemidji Wins. The football game between Be midji and Cass Lake drew out a good attendance. Bemidji won easily by a score of 21 to 0 al though Cass Lake was much heavier. Last Day. Today is the last day on which to pay real estate taxes, and addi tional penalty will attach tomor row. Payments must be made before six o'clock as the office of the treasurer closes at that time. 4 4 1MIM. m C? 5jA?2tf#! -t The 4 ,.TURF.. 4 Exchange 4& J. P. Duncalf, PROPRIETOR. Best Beer Always on Tap MONDAY^ -THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER- -OClTSfiER 31 CREDIT CITY ,VT One of the Best Conducted And Most Up-to-date Institutions^ in the City. ry When Armstrong &- Under wood came to Bemidji several months ago they announced that they would give the city one of finest resturants in the north west and they have abundantly kept their word. Thefirmemmoreror ploys one of the most competent chef's in the country and any thing you get at Armstrong. & Underwood's is cooked right. Mr. Armstrong is personally in charge. He has had years of experience as a caterer iand the manner in which he has conduct ed the resturant from its begin ning has steadily added to his custom. A special effort is made by the resturant to provide everything in season. Meats are brought by wholesale and kept, in cold storage to be shipped at* regular intervals. Standing orders for the season's deliacies makes it possible for Mr. Armstrong to have these things within a few days after they are on market in the east. Bemidji is to be congratulated upon having a resturant whose appointments are so complete conducted so thoroughly upon modern lines. Jui There is no lever so powerful as plain and simple factsMark's Lung Balsam will cure j^our cough. ppee Cut this out and send your name and a a dress, plainly written, and we will mail you a jar of Cidic Salve. Send us 5 cents in postage to pay for mailing same. HY'NE Company 475 W- N. Av., Chicago III. ^JL Km. Wi $1.50 quality for :-r wi jj. Tieslatest patterns in? quality,three for Have been suffering from Impure Blood for many years,'having Boils and other Eruptions. Having heard of S. S. S. I de cided to try it, and am glad to say that it, has done ine^a great deal of good. I intend to continue to use it, as I believe it to be the best Blood Medicine on the market. Cleveland, Tenn. W. K. DETERS. Fo over fifteen years I have suffered less from Impure Blood. About a year ago I had a boil appear on my leg below the knee, which was followed by three more on my neck. I saw S. S. S. advertised and decided to try it. After, taking three -bottles all Boils disappeared and I have not been troubled- any siucey GEO. G. FERTIG. 114 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. i $V& INewaife, Ohio May 23, 1903. From childhood I ihad been bothered with bad blood, skin eruptions attd boils. I had boils ranging from five to twenty in number each season. The burning ac companying the eruption was terrible. S. S. S. seemed to be just the medicine needed in my case. It drove out all impu rities and bad blood, giving me perma nent relief from the sk\n eruption and boils. This has been ten years ago, and I have never had a return of the disease. ^^(pX^Jr'nlMRS. J. ATHERTON. S ^/fc Write for our book on blood and ^L skin diseases. Medical advice ^Bk or any special in- ^B formation about your case will cost you nothing. The Swift Specific Comjjany, Atlanta, Ga. Begin Suits. It is understood that suits for the recovery of money lost at the gaming table will be instituted in this city shortly. In fact one such suit has already been filed and others are now about due. Bargain Day Dinner. Our meals are a bargain any day, but we haveprovidedaspec ial dinner for Bargain Day. More good things to eat but nothing more to pay. Armstrong & Untance der v/ood^s. 1 For Sheriff. I hereby announce myself as candidate for the office of sheriff, subject to the will of the voters of Beltrami county at the general election to be held on Tuesday Novembers 1904. If elected I promise to discharge the duties of the office in a careful, painstaking and courteous manner. THOS. BAILEY. -5* ft h, Men's fancy all wool underwear for &-.M- ,US if- Monarch $1.25 shirts in soft and' stiff bosom and three Arrow brand collars for Top shirts in wool and silk mixtures, $1.75 quality for Men's silk lined and unlined fin^*rkid^and Men's double breasted fleece, lined underwear, regular 50c quality, three pieces for %$ Fur lined caps, $1.50 and $1.75 quality, in all "makes and styles for Men's heavy all woolen isox,' regulaf"35c quality, five pairs ior Men's gloves or mittens, horsehide,Jasbestos tanned, regular 75o quality, and a 75c cap, all styles for *r,' Heavy working pants, regular $1.50 quality for Fine cashmere hose, 40c quality, four paS^s for Fine plain and bordered'silk handkerchiefs, regular 50c and 75c qual- ity, three for Hats in all the late fall styles, regulcj $1.75 quality for Pants, $1.25. quality, and Grown suspenders, for Arrow brand collars in-all styles,,,regular two for 25c quality, ngw twelve for \v J$fi- Wf* All woolen vests in plain and fa^^^^prs, $ 1 75 quality for Way's jersey muffler, regular $1.7o,quality Soft bosom shirts, detached cutts,1 jjf\ jf*' JFf .3& i jfc'i* ip lint* 1 French Mocha dress gloves, tichs, ^four-in-hands and^|LSCots, 0c and s&Sf i 4. All wool sweaters in all colors/-$1.75 quality for i"'--^ for Men's heavy plain black and striped working shirts, best 50c quality, three for. ^-^^1 ]'.'& jfki' 4?**IT nH*H Genuine buckskin mittens, $1.50 quality for T_ i, i a bargain for 75c, lot^lwo for*1*" I, jm^jp- Jk*i*m&3b *-#-?.m ptvrji K-:& 5JJ Wait and see the finest line of i A PANTHER John Ingbert of Funkley Has Exciting Experience With One. For one day tniy, Thursday, Nov. J3," the great rally day, JW quote you a"few of the many bargains we 1 have that a $ will buy. 75c- S*,*Y if i" 2 i si 1 We are enabled to offer you these extraordinary bargains as we are PoMtivelv Going Out 6t Business Our entire stock of Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Finnishirg Goods bought and selected with the greatest of care frota Don't Genuiiie The Punkley Bugle stands sponsor for the following good panther story Panthers have not been general in this part of the country, but are begininning to make their appearance when not wanted. Last Friday night as John Ing bert was out htfnting a short dis from his cabin he heard a rustling in the leaves behind him and as he half turned around the light shone on a large animal about twelve feet away, just in the act of springing on him. He jumped to one side, and as the panther passed by he shot at it Hand Painted hin :&.t= i S A. E. WINTER tf^dinjjewejer (t\ All kinds of Engraving done free. \|j 8r^.r ^fr.^^.^.^^^^^^^^f^^^c^srai- g^^3f^^^^f^| and missed. He was pretty badly frieghtened and the adventure spoiled his hunting for that night, so he started home and as he went along the path the pan ther ran close to" him through the bushes: He shot but again missed the big feline. The hunters in that neighbor hood will now beI on the lookout panthers. AIA STUDENTS entering our night classes before Novem b'r 15 will re ceive two months tuition Absolutely Fre. This offer only covers commercial work and clerical work usually doneIn offices Bemidji Commercial College, P. J. CONWAY, Principal. Box 744, 108 Sixth Street, between Bemidji and Beltrami Avenues. m. I it) $ '"ft*.