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Millinery Sale
of the season.
Our extensive line of Millinery
to be sacrificed at half price.
Next Door to Post Office.
S Goo Things for the Table,
Pastry is onr Specialty.
Give us your order for your Xmas Cakes. Our home
made Pastry and Bread are fresh made every
day and sure to please. Anything you may
want should we not have it on hand let us
havethe order as we are fully equipped to fill
same to the best of satisfaction.
'The very best goods and the best service' is our motto
We have the following to offer:
Buns and Roll, per dozen 10c
Currant Rolls, 10c
Hot Cross Buns, lOc
Cinnamon Coffee Cakes, ea 5c
Raised Doughnuts, per doz 10c
Home Made lOc
Lady Fingers, 10c
Cream Puffs. 10c
Almond Macaroons, 10c
Cocoanut Macaroons 10c
Almond Shells,"" 15c
Homemade Ginger Snaps, lb lOc
Honey Pretzels, per doz 15c
Vienna Squares, lOc
Spice Drops, 10c
Our Candies are always fresh and pure, and prices
are considerably lower than you are accustomed to pay-
ing. Give us a call whether you buy or not our time
is yours. A full and complete line of Tobaccos and
Cigars. Remember the old reliable for your fancy bak-
ing and sweet delicacies.
Mra. A. Gray is seriously ill.
Choice Christmas candies at
The Model Bakery.
Engraving done while you wait
at George T. Baker & Co.
The little boy of Mr. and Mrs.
Code of Nymore is very sick.
Candles, nuts and fruit for
Christmas festivities at I. B.
Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin left for
Brainerd this morning where she
will visit with friends and jrela-
...Lakeside Bakery...
Mageavi Bros., Proprietors.
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Tarts Made to Order:
Napoleon Tarts, per doz 25c
Apple Tarts, 25c
Kiper Tarts, 25c
Fruit Leaves,
Assorted Christmas Fruit
Cake, per lb 20c to 40c
Pound Cake, 25c
Cherry Layer Cake, Gilt Edge
Layer Cake. Walnut, Almond,
Cocoanut, Maple. Fig, Choco
late or Orange Layer Cakes.
Pies.Our assortment of Pies
is always fresh. Special for
XraasCream Pie.
Ives' Delicious Ice Cream, assorted flavors. Fresh Fruits and Nuts:
Oranges, Bananas, Grapes, Lemons, Pears, Apples, Figs,
Dates, Hickory Nuts, Pecans, Walnuts, Filberts, Almonds.
tives for a short time before
"Good things to eat" at the
Model Bakery.
Christmas tree trimmings,
candle and candle holders at I. B,
A baby boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. George Linsey Satur
day afternoon.
An excellent line of Christmas
tree trimmings and holly at The
Model Bakery.
The family of Mr. and Mrs.
Gust Berg, who live 10 miles east
of town, was increased Satuiday
There is notb^
ing so pleasing and
'instructivje as a
kodak. A child
afternoon by the arrival of a large
baby boy.
Whipping cream 80 cents per
quart at the Model Bakery.
Engraving done while yon wait
at George T. Baker & Co.
Mrs. R. A. McGuaig of Ten
strike is visiting friends in the
city today.
Give your children a happy
Christmas and buy your toys at
I. B. Olson's.
R. E. White, the Kelliher log
ger, transacted business in the
city yesterday.
Don't forget to see the'assort
ment of pyrography articles at
Miss Hetland's.
Wm. Casler. returned this
morning from a cruising trip in
township 151-26.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Munroe of
Larimore, N. D., are registered
at the Markham.
"Doc" Rutledgeof Cass Lake
was in the city yesterday taking
care of his duties as game war
Mrs. C. 0. Shepherd left this
morning for Brainerd where she
will be the guest of friends for a
short time.
A theater party will be given
this evening by the "Home
Brand" pleasure club, a recently
organized affair.
Mrs. A. W. Danaher came down
from Tenstrike this morning for
a short visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Geil.
Our goods are not marked up
for the holidays, but in many
lines we are giving special prices.
George T, Baker & Co.
Robert Dudley came down from
Blackduck this morning and will
remain for a short time the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. M. Phibbs.
Mike Guyer is suffering from
a broken finger by trying to save
himself from a fall caused by
slipping on the sidewalk at Ny
A meeting of the Red Men will
be held Thursday evening for the
purpose of electing officers and a
large attendance is expected for
the event.
A. B. Daggett left this morn
ing for St. Paul and Minneapolis
for a visit there with relatives.
He will return to spend the holi
days in Bemidji.
A regular meeting of the city
council will be held tonight.
Little business of importance be
sides the regular routine work
will be transacted.
No sickly women or weak men
will ever regret taking Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. It's
brought happiness to thousands.
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Bark
er's Drug Store.
A dance was given Saturday
night by Harry Bowers, who
lives nine miles northwest of the
city. A number- of Bemidji
people attended ana report a very
enjoyable occasion.
Miss Anna Jacobson, who has
been night operator at the local
telephone exchange for some
time past, left yesterday for her
home at Thief River Palls to
spend the winter with her broth
er, in that city.
When you're broke the girls
are shy
They turn and fly as you come
Brace up old man, show
some pluck
Take Rocky Mountain Tea
t'will change your luck. Bark
er's Drug Store.
Fred Ackerman, who has been
confined for some time past with
a dislocated ankle sustained at a
lumber camp south of Solway, is
out of tho hospital on crutches
and expects soon to be entirely
McDonald's employment office
this morning sent 15 men to Ten
strike for Parley & Thurston,
eight to Lakeport for Robinson &
Dick, and 12 to Deer River for R.
E. White. Mr. McDonald re-
Oar Line
Solid ^Gold
Cuff Buttonf
Stick Pins
and .Studs 5
is the most com
plete and thefts
very latest
State Engineer Ralph Re
commends Drainage for
Northern Countiesr"
Approximately |100,000 acres
of swamp land in the northern
part of Minnesota have been re
claimed by the state drainage
board in the last four years at a
profit of nearly $500,000, accord
ing to the report of Engineer
George A. Ralph, filed with Gov
ernor Van Sant today. The
actual cost of this work was $81,-
Pifty-eight miles of ditches
were constructed mainly in Polk,
Kittson, Marshal, Beltrami, Wa
dena, Becker. Aitkin, Clay and
Norman counties. The benefits
to state lands amounted to $129.-
860 and to other lands $241,000.
Mr. Ralph says that most of
the counties in the Red River
valley are pretty well cared for in
the matter of drainage and that
now the commission will devote
its attention to St. Louis, Lake,
Cook, Beltrami, Itasca, Aitkin,
and other counties in the north,
eastern part of the state. He be
lieves that with the expenditure
of $50,000 in that section thous
ands of practically worthless
lands can be reclaimed at a profit
of hundreds of thousands of dol
The ditches constructed in the
year, the estimated cost, and the
benefit to the state and other
lands are as follows:
Ditch Cost Benefit.
Grand Marais.... $4,000 $10,000
Two Rivers 6,500 35,000
New Soolum 2,000 7 400
Shotley Brook... 3,600 19,000
Bemidji 2,500 11,200
Metz 1.000 7,280
Tamarac 500 2,700
Morken Extension 2,000 10,000
Wild Rice River,
cut off 800 5,000
Totals $22,000 $107,580
ports the employment business'
as being very good.
Order a few more pictures
from that negative at Reed's
H. A. Pladhammer of Spauld
ingis a business visitor in the
city today.
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
The quilt which was raffled by
Mrs. S. A. Smith was drawn by
Edward Loland of Wilton. -The
lucky number was 13.
Oar goods are not marked op
for the holidays, but in many
lines we are giving special prices.
George T. Baker & Co.
Rev. P. E. Higgins left, this
morning for Walker where he will
preach in a number of the lumber
camps in that vicinity.
Chas. Lyon returned this morn
ing from Tenstrike, where he has
been engaged for some time in
stalling a new heating plant for a
building now under construction.
Children eat, sleep and grow
after taking Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. Brings rosy
cheeks, laughing eyes, good
health and strength. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. Barker's Drug
Store. Rector of St. Luke's-.Ashburn-
ham, Ontario, Testifies to the
Good Qualities of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy.
Ashburnham, Ont., April 18,
1903.I think it is only right
that I should tell you what a won
derful effect Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has produced.
The day before Easter I was so
distressed with a cold and cough
that I did not think to be able to
'take any duties the next day, as
my voice was almost choked by
the cough. The same day I re
ceived an order from you for a
bottle of your Cough Remedy.
I at once procured a sample bot
tle and took about three doses
the medicine.
my great reliefo
the cough and cold had completely
disappeared and I was able to
preach three times onEasterDay.
I know that this rapid and ef
fective cure was due to your
Cough Remedy. I make this tes
timonial without solicitation, be
ing thankful to have found such a
Godsent remedy. Respectfully
yours, E. A. Langfeldt, M. A.,
Rector of St. Luke's Church.
This remedy is for sale bv Bark
ers Drug Store.
Tame Deer of Itasca County
Homesteader Driven From
Yard to the Woods.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surely destroy
the sense of smell and completely
derange the whole system when
entering it through the mucous
surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians,
as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by P. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., con
tains no mercury, and is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of tne
system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by P.
J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
free. Sold by all druggists.
Price, 75c. per bottle. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipa
A Bright Outlook.
In a letter from S. McCamus,
who is wintering in Walla Walla,
Wash., he states that everything
looks bright for the townsite of
Brookston, of which he is pro
prietor. He has leased part of
the land for saw mill purposes
and the erection of the plant is
being pushed as the owners are
desirous of having the mill com
pleted by February 1. A num
ber of business houses are now
being occupied and Mr.McCamus
has assurance from others who
will build in the spring. Things
never looked more promising be
says, and with the coming of
spring he will establish an office
on the ground.
Mr. A. R. Kane, a prominent
druggist of Baxter Springs,
Kansas, says: -Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets are,
in my judgement, the most su
perior preparation of'any thing in
use today for constipation. They
are sure in action and with no ten
dency to nauseate or gripe. For
sale by Barkers Drug Store.
Go to Hakkerup for photos.
i 1
A tame deer belonging to an
Itasca county homesteader who
lives about 25 miles east of Black
duck last Thursday was driven by
wolves from, the yard where it
usually staid to the dense woods
surrounding the cabin of the
homesteader and it is supposed
that the animal was devoured by
the hungry beasts, as it has not
returned to the cabin. The wol
ves entered the yard late in the
afternoon and the pack was com
posed of about twenty. After
surrounding the deer they at
tacked it, forcing it to leave the
yard and run to the woods, the
beasts running after it at the top
of their speed.
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Sterling Silver
**'-'x Spoons j
S^Forks '.^J
Manicure Sets.
Carl- Wranke, a young man
from Konitz, Germany, left Chi
cago about a year ago and came
to this part of Minnesota. He
worked for the Crookston Lum
ber company from September 1
to November 15, 1903, but since
then all trace of him has been
lost. Anyone knowing of his
whereabouts will confer a great
favor by informing the Pioneer
or writing to E. W. Heinrich, 93
W. Lake St., Chicago, III.
,s Farewell Party.
A farewell party was given
Saturday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Campbell in
honor of Miss Henrietta Touis
sant, who has been for the past
four months the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. F. H. Mageau. The
parlor was beautifully decorated
see 1
New Pieces
in solid gold
diamonds, the
el ha e-
or any place
WP We havefgrour Christmas goods on display and
await your inspection. We think you can find just
what you want here. Our display of Dolls cannot*be
beaten and prices are lower than ever before, jii
A Dress Pattern for Xmas would be suitable and we
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show you an up-to-date line. _:
JBaskets, I&ncy. Baskets. We have an elegant line
i *yom ioc to $2.00. :"-if=8
Dishes, Dishes. ^Nothing to equal them in towi^
Children's Sweaters, all sizes. Buy them something
warm. 75c to $1.00.
Ladies Silk Mittens from 50c to $1.25. Ladies' Golf
Gloves 25c to 50c. Childrens' Mittens 15c to 25c:
Handkerchiefs,. Omen's ladies'' and children's from' 1
-cent to $1.00.
Combs, Combs, all kinds from 15c to 25c and they
are beauties.
Tarns, Hoods and Opera Shawls at a big reduction. w
Mens, and boys' Caps. Come and see them Cheaper
v- than the cheapest. -1
Blankets. See the bargains we offer you for $L00
per pair, ,We also have them at 60c_per pair. t&-
Don't forget our 5c 10c and 15c bargain booths/*? You
may find it th jre.
Just received the new style Henderson Corse't, all-si_eS.
Christmas Candies, by the piece, pound, pail or barrel
.all fresh. "*_"-.
How woul. corn on the cob suit yo- fo.r Xmas diniieT?
You will find it in our grocery department.
Yours For a Merry Xmas 2.
Win. McCuaig Wm. McCuaig
An endless variety of suitable and appropriate Christmas
Gifts for young and old. ENGRAVING DONE,_
George TV^Baker (Si
Located in City Drug Store.
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with cut flowers and ferns.
Cards were the diversion of the
evening. Refreshments were
served, covers being laid for 24.
Miss Touissant leaves tomorrow
morning for her home at
kee, Wis.
Diamonds and Cut Glass. Right here is where .^r"
the- --.& 'r^r^ newest designs
Solid Gold, Gold Filled, Silver,
Fine Enamel and Nickel Plain
Bassine, suitable for monograms others set with diamonds
and raised gold ornamental work. Fitted with the best
American movements. V^
Set with Diamonds, Rubies, Emeralds,
Pearls, Garnets, Saffires, Opals, Topaz.
In Water Bottles, Tankards,,**'-.
Punch Bowls, Vases, Cake
Plates, Spoon Trays, Nappies, Perfume Jars, Sugar and
Cream, Water Glasses, Salt and Pepper.
Pine Stampage Sale Jan. 16,
The annual sale of pine stump
age for Beltrami county will be
held by the State Auditor S. G.
Iverson on Monday, Jan. 16 at
2 o'clock p. m. The event is
eagerly looked forward to by
those interested in pine lands, 'iK^t
especially the large lumbermen ".jyf^
operating in this vicinity. ii?.
peas es set with"
gUaine watches .no
in^ Northern
Nothing can be better than the tf^
bestMark's lung Balsam is the /5l
best. ,-S-KV "^JM
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