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JJJ Opposite Depot. Tenstrike, MinD, THE CITY. Oo to Hakkerup's for Photos. "S. D. Works arrived in the city last night from Mankato. Fresh eggs, butter and. cheese at Peterson's. Christ Olson is a business visitor at Blackduck. Baltimore select oysters at Palace Restaurant tonight in any style. John F. Gibbons left last night for Dexterville on business. Probate Judge Clerk tran sacted business at Blackduck last night. Notice. Pall term of Bemidji Bemidji Commercial College be gins Monday September 4. Attorney H. A. Simons re turned from Northome this morning L. G. Townsend of Blackduck arrived in the city th^ morning and is spending the day here on business. Suits cleaned, repaired and pressed. Good work and prompt service. T. Baudette, Minnesota avenue. G. E Crocker left yesterday afternoon for Grand Forks, where he will take in the North Dakota state fair. Do you suffer with indigestion, constipation, feel mean and cross, no strength or appetitev IW^W NeW'Hot'* Stecbnnw,fit "M S Largest Hotel North of Bemidji. Newly Built and Bemidji Furnished. First Class Accommodations in Every Particular. ition in Ev Your Patronage Earnestly Solicited. $ Kates: $1 to $2 per day. Henry Stechman, Prop. **f*r*trfr*frirm**trfr**fr*ZfrirSrmirZ*rfr*Sr*frSr*GrirZSrSrZmir*& Holli- ster's Rocky Mountain Tea will make you well and keep you well. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Bark er's Drug store. buys more than We offer eve'ything in the Jewelers line in largest variety at the lowest pos sible cash price every day in the ea [.A.BAR Third Street Jeweler I Guns and Riflles Hunting Coats Hunting 'Pants Hunting Caps Duck Calls Decoy Ducks Before going hunting call and inspect our line ot Sporting Goods Fleming (L Downs Phone 57 Bemidji. Read the Daily Pioneer. Chas. Hamlin is in the city to day from Nebish. Fine fruit baskets, big value, nice assortment, Petersons. Albert Kaiser and son, Roscoe, arrived in Bemidji this afternoon from Bagley. Give her Lawney's chocolate bjn bons for a change, only at Petersons. Sheriff Thos. Bailey spent the afternoon at Cass Lake subpoena ing witnesses for the fall term of district court. Flemish beauty and Bartlett pears, juicy and ripe, at Peter sons. Prof. Conway of the Bemidji Commercial college left this af ternoon for Cass Lake on bus iness. Muscatine, thirty pound water melons, the sweetest known, at Peterson's Mr. and Mrs. A. Solberg and child arrived in the city this after noon from Posston for a yisit in Bemidji with old friends. Mrs W. C. Malzahn left this afternoon for Minneapolis, where she will take in the state fair and enjoy a short visit with friends. If you desire the best fruit in quality and assortment. I know we can sell you. Peterson. Mrs. J. B. Sprague and Mrs. P. W Sprague returned this morning from Kelliher where they have enjoyed a visit with friends, I See the Bemidji Commercial [college display ad in another column. Board and room at private families at $2 50 per week. At hotels, $3. John P. Essler made a business trip to Kelliher last night in the interests of the Minneapolis Brewing company. A new line of fall and winter suiting has juat been received and those desiring the latest and best goods made into fashionable suits are invited to call on S. J. Pryhling. Opposite Markham hotel. Richard Thomas left last night for his homestead near Turtle River, where he will spend Sun I day. He was accompanied by JEbbie Dunham. i Your family will need a tonic. Why not give them Hollister's Rocky Mountain Rocky Tea? Nothing equals it as a bracing life giving remedy. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Barker's Drug store. Money to Loan. Monev to loan on impro\ed farm property. Straight inter estno bonus or commission. Inquire of H. M. Hamilton, for a short time, at the Hotel Mark ham. Dog Whistles Shell Bags Shells and Cart ridges of all kinds We can save You Money THE SECRET OF SUCCESS 'Ko, Sir! You cannot palm off any substitutes on me I've been using August Flower since I was a boy, and 111 have no other." JFort million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone since its introduction And the demand for it is still growing. Isn't that a fine showing of success? Don't it prove that August Flower has had unfailing success in the cure of indigestion and dyspepsiathe worst enemies of health and happiness? JDoe it not afford the best evidence that August Flower is a sure specific for aU stomach and intestinal disorders ?that it is the ba$t of all liver regulators? JAugus Flower has a matchless record of over 35 years in curing the ailing mil lions of these distressing complaints QTwo sizes, 25c and 75c. AU druggists. Read the Daily Pioneer. Minnesota Tomatoes by the pound or basket at Peterson's. C. L. Bur of Hibbing arrived in the city yesterday alternoon for a short business visit here. Get your suits cleaned, pressed and repaired at S. J. Fryhling* Work done satisfactorily, charges reasonable. Mrs. Russell Bennington left yesterday afternoon for Solway, where she will spend a short time with friends. Anyone in need of machinery of any kind will do well to take note of J. H. Kerricks ad in this issue. Any fit fruit in the market at any and all times are for sale, first and last and all the time at Petersons. If you want the family to be healthy, strong and actiye, give them Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea this month. Makes rich, red blood, bone and muscle. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Barker's Drug store. Mrs. A H. Harris left this morning for the twin cities, where she will attend the state fair, after which she will spend some time with friends and rel atives at Elk River. What? Take a course at the Bemidji Commercial College. Why? Because its rates are the cheapest of any school in the northwest. The Pall term begins Monday Sept. 4. Send for cata logue, Miss Mable Kemp left this morning for Minneapolis where She will resume her studies at the East Side High School after having spent her vacation with her parents in this City. ,New BarberShop. Tony Suarez of Grand Porks will Wednesday open a new bar ber shop on Minnesota avenue, next to the Tremont hotel. Mr. Suarez is from Grand Porks, where he has conducted a simi lar establishment for some time past. First class bath rooms will be operated in connection with the barber shop and the rooms will be supplied with por celain tubs. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas county. Prank J. Cheney makes oath that he is a senior artner of the firm of P. Cheney & Co., doing business the City of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cnre. Prank J. Cheney, A Sworn before me and subscrib ed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason, (seal.) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimon ials free. P. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family pills for constipation. 5*5a$ A. A. Carter transacted busi ness at Cass Lake this afternoon. Some make a specialty of hard ware, I make a specialty of fruit, Peterson. E. L, Naylor left this 'morning for Wadena to spend a few days with relatives and friends. T. J. Miller & Son this morn ing sent out IS men for employ ment on the new Red Lake rail way. Wm. Quinn returned to Be midji this morning from a drive on the Red Lake river, where he has spent the summer. Turkey dinner at the Palace restaurant from 5 to 8 p. m. to morrow. Mrs. J. M. Stafford and son left yesterday afternoon for Pos ston, where they will be the guests of relatives for a short time, New fall line of suiting and woolen goods. A good line from which to make your fall and win ter suits. Good fit guaranteed. T. Baudette, Minnesota avenue. Special Sunday dinner at the Palace restaurant tomorrow from 5 to 8 p. m. Edward and James Murphy and J. C. Philips left yesterday for Langdon, N. to spend the chicken hurting season in that vicinity. Seat sale for Miss Laura Frank enfield in her play 'Double Life' will open 9AM Monday at City Drug Store." Seven bunches bananas for Saturday and Sunday, from 10c to 30c dozen, Peterson. W. H. Putman, yice president and cashier of the Bank of Pierce, Simmens & Co., of Red Winer, accompained by his son, spent yesterday in Bemidii on busi ness. J. S. Rosholt left yesterday afternoon for Ed more, N. D., for a short business visit there. Prom Edmore Mr. Rosholt will go to Camoia and Saskatoon, Northwest Territory, to look over a large tract of Canadian land in which he is interested. Mr. Rosholt does not expect to return to Bemidji before next winter. Young turkey with oyster dressing served tomorrow at the Palace restaurant from 5 to 8 m. Working of Sink Hole. The crew of men employed on the Minneapolis, Red Lake & Manitoba railway by the Halvor son-Carlson company is now working: on a sink hole which has been found just north of mud lake. It is expected that it will be necessary tofillthe hole with an enormous amount of dirt before trains can be safely run over it. Seat sale for Miss Laura Frank enfield in her play 'Double Life' will open 9AM Monday at City Drug Store. Life on the Ocean Wave is not more enjoyable in many respects than the trip ea^t via the Great Lakes. No sea sick ness, excellent service, beautiful scenery and the best of society. Use the Minnesota & Internation al and Northern Pacific Rail ways to Duluth. Steamer 'Noithwest" of the Northern Steamship Company leaves Du luth for Buffalo every Tuesday. G. A. Walker, agent, Bemid]!, Minn. Feed and Sale Stable. LIVERY ATTACHED t New And Second-Hand Ma chinery, Special Bargains. WOOD-WORKING MACHINERY 1 Berlin 30x14 Sizer, $1200 1 15-inch 4-side six-ioll Wood's flooring machine !p00 1 8-inch 4-side Smith Molder $150 1 26-mch d-side Goodell & Waters planer and matcher, $2o0 1 16-inch Wood Lathe complete 130 1 36-inch band saw new, SIX) 1 S-inch Hoyt 4 side flooring machine $200 1 8 inch 4 side Smith Moulder $130 1 7-mch 4-side Houston Moulder. Sl'O 1 6-inch 4-side Hall &, Brown Moulder, $110 No 2 Smith Mortise r.SoO 1 36-inch 1 av Band Saw, $80 Iron Fiame Clamp $t Double Tan l-inch outlet, $60 Tenoning-Machine $80 ENGINES 26x30 North Star slide valve $120p. 1 'xi-3 Erie Citv slide valve $~r)0 12 by lb Ei le city Highspeed auto matic "500 jfc 1 lO^xlb slide valve |Ho 2,1 bj 36 Slide Valve, $1,230 22 to 24 Slide Valve $1000 13 by 48 Coiliss, 31,600 15 by 3 Corliss $300 16 by 24 Slide Valve $600 14by*4*-lideValve 8400 13% by 24 Cummer Aut $500 12x18 Atlas Heavy Dutv Automatic $")00 13X1T Erie Slide Valve. $275 9 by 14 Allis Slide Valve $175 7 by 10 slide valve each $60 1 4 by Wi. Westmghouse SoO All engines are complete with band wheels, governois, throttle valve, oil cups sight feed lubnc itors A PUMPS 1 Knowles Duplex pump 6x4x6, $65. 1 No 4 Knowles $r 1 Smith &Vail Steam Pump 11 steam inches weter, 12-inch stioke, suction. 3 inch discharge i in steam, exhaust, $12r 1 No Wa Blake pump, in steam, in exhaust IX in suction 1 in discharge, $30 1 Fairbanks Duplex 4% by 3 by 4 in steam, in exhaust. 2 in suction, \Y% in dis charge $40 1 No 5 Knowles 1 inch steam 1M inch ex haust, 3 inch suction 2 inch discharge, $85 1 No 4 Cameron in steam. 1 in exhaust. 2 in suction V& discharge $40 1 No 3 Cameron, in steam, 1 inch ex haust, 2 in suction, V& discharge $35 1 No 6 Upright Miller, $20 1 Gordon Maxwell Duplex 4%x3x4 $40 1 No 2 Cameron, $33 The above pumps nave been repaired and tested on actual boiler pressure and guaran teed to do good work. BOILE RS 1 4x12 Sl7o 1 66 inches by 18 feet $o00 1 62 inches by 14 feet, $430 1 52 inches by 14 feet, $.300 1 48 inches by 16 feet, $300 2 3b inches by 10 feet each $12) 1 42x12 Boiler castings and trimmings, will carry 100 pounds steam nice order, $170 S 72x20 boilers, 26 b-inch lap welded flues in each, will stand 125 pounds steam working pressure, no domes. $700 each Above price includes all castings and fit tings, but no stocks All boilers tested 150 pounds W and guaranteed to carry 100 pounds steam working pressure CONDKNSORS 1 500 Allis Condensor. $700 HEATERS 1 heater 100 37o 1 pressure heater suitable for 200 $150 1 No i Stillwell Bierce, $200 1 Heater or Tank. 48x12 manhole on one end, hand hole opposite end $4o 1 Tank, 12 feet diameter 14 feet high cut in middle to ship on car. $100 GOVERNORS. 1 7-inch Gardner Governor S30 1 5-inch Gardner Governor 535 Several small gov ernors MI^CEI,! AMSOTJS A large lot of ripsaws from 64-in to 8 in 1 Kilgjre steam log loader new for loading lo,is on cars SoOO A large stock of iron and wood split pulleys from 9 ft down A large stock of shafting from 9-in tol in Quite a large lot of steam pipe from inches down Governors several different si/es 1 8-saw gang edgei 1 9-inch steam feed 8 sections 47 feet long, piston rods 43 feet six inches long with Allis Patent end valves $250 1 No 2 Champion Blower ~M in inlet 4% inches outlet. $10 1 set of Allis end valves for steam feed, 4 inches steam, 4 inches port 5 inches exhaust, $b0 2 sets of Allis End Valves for steanl feed. 4 inches steam, 3% in port, 4 in exhaust, suit able for 9 or 10-mch steam feed, $50 each. 1 Bolton hand feed shingle machine with new 38-inch saw. $125 1 Iron frame Murray 3-saw gang La th Ma chine. $75 KEURICK. 130 Thir Av N Minneapolis, Minn. Women Who Know -err-s -if i ,^WS inches 4-inch 2Hin |tP Win o Cardui- has been^ BW O helpful m^ that I feel lt.mv duty to advise sick and suffering women to try this wonderful remedy. MISS MARTHA HUBER, 605 East 88th St., New York City. Wine of Caidui is simply wonderful and I wish that all suffering women knew of its good qualities. RS. WILHELMINA SNOW, Treas. Economic League, Portland, Me. Every woman suffering with female trouble should try Wine of Cardui, and I fully believe they will experience the same benefits and cure which I have. MRS My advice to suffering women is to take Wine of Cardui and they will never be disappointed the results. MISS LOUISE FINE 125 Hennessy St., New Orleans, La. These women say Wine of Cardui will cure menstrual disorders, bearing down pains, ovarian pains, leucorrhcea, nervousness and hysteriathat this pure wine will rob child- birth of its worst agonies, and that the change of life need have no terrors for a weman who takes this great female tonic. Will you take their advice? Secure a Bottle of Wine of Cardui today. Partridges October I. Game Warden Rutledge calls the attention of the Pioneer to an error which appear in its colmore, umns last eveninig in stating that partridges are now ripe. The law does not permit the shooting oi partridges until October 1. L. A. AUSTIN, 606 N. 6th St., Kansas City, Mo. WINEorCARDUI For resultsPioneer wants. Richard Hawkes returned last night from Devils Lake, Lari Emerado, Arvilla and other points in North Dakota, where he secured a large number of men for the Red River Lumber company at Akeley. Mr. Hawkes expects to return to North Da* kota in a few days to employ more men for the company. Monday is Labor Day. Next Monday, Sep. 4, has been. designated by Gov. Johnson as Labor Day. It is not expected that the day will be generally observed in Bemidji, and up to the present time no program has been prepared. The Pioneer will issue no paper on that day. AMUSEMENTS The prettiest and most original ending ever arranged for any play on which the curtain falls the last time in "Her Double Life." Miss Prankenfield and her splendid company will be with us next Wednesday, Sept. 6 and our people are looking for* ward to a treat in things theatri cal. Seats are already selling and when you go home today do not forget to get yours. BRIEF~BTTS*"OF" NEWS. \im 7F W 1 The extra force employed in the San Francisco mint for the past two years has been dismissed for lack of work. Charles Dewey, the only surviving brother of Admiral Dewey, is dead at Montpelier, Vt. He was seventy-nine years old and died from old age Acting Governor Atkinson has ac cepted an invitation from the National Civic Federation for ten citizens of Hawaii to attend a national confer ence to be held in New York next De cember. ANNUAL FALL EXCURSIONS. To Detroit and return $12.00 To Buffalo and return$14.00. On September 10 and 12, the Duluth, South Shore and Atlan tic Railway'will run their usual popular Rail and Lake Excur sions to Buffalo, Cleveland, De troit and intermediate points. Excursion trains leave Duluth at 6 20 p. m. Sept. 10 and 12, con necting at St. Ignaee the follow ing morning gwith the famous palatial steamers of the Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Com pany. For full information, illustrat ed booklets, sleeping car and stateroom accommodation', please apply to A. J. Perrin, General Agent, 430 West Superior St., Duluth, Minn.