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N 'V 5 4, IN^W Hotel Steclwai}, THE CITY. Go to Hakkerup's for Photos. A meeting of the Modern Sa maritans will be held this even ing. Attorney Prank P. Price of Grand Rapids is in the city to day on legal business. Ira Stevens, proprietor of the Eagle Bend flour mills, is a busi ness visitor in the city today. John Hancock is a visitor in the city today from his home stead in Turtle Lake township. William McClure left this af ternoon for Cass Lake, where he will spend a few days with friends. Mrs. P. S. Arnold went to Cass Lake this afternoon on business Jbefore the U. S. land office in ihat city. Feel tired, no appetite, cannot sleep, work or eat? That's tired ness and will disappear at once if you take Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea this month. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Barker's Drug V, Store. S First Class Accommodations in Every Particular. $ Your Patronage Earnestly Solicited. Mr. and Mrs. Reiner Hoch of Duluth are spending a few days in Bemidji. Mr. Hoch is presi dent of the Duluth Brewing and Malting company and is inci dentally looking after his inter ests in Bemidji. Races:: $ 1 to $ 2 per day. Henry Stechraan, Prop. JEWELRY SALE BY BARKE 4fc^l^a^hto^feM^hatfrilhMAta Sewing Machines At LOW PRICES! Having decided to close out our line of Sewing Machines we are offering them at greatly reduced prices while they last. We need the room for Winter Goods, consequently the machines must- go regardless of cost. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF nACHtNE NEEDLES TO fit All Makes of flACHINES 3JBE Opposite Depot, Teustrike, Minn. S S Largest Hotel North of Bemidji. Newly Built and jj Furnished. $ For Sale or Rent A new seven room house 1001 Irvine Ave. on easy terms. In quire of hang & Carter. W. B. Fuller, proprietor of a flour mill at Thief River Palls, is looking after business interests in Bemidji today. E. H. Cornwall returned this morning from Turtle River, in the vicinity of which village he has spent several days. Mrs. Thos. Mageau of Crooks ton arrived in the city last night to enjoy a visit her"e with her two sons, William and F. H. Mageau. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Shelmin of, Minneapolis arrived in the city last night to enjoy a duck and partridge hunt in this vicin ity. Wade Welker and L. E. Asher left yesterday for Spaulding, where they will spend a short time in search of ducks and par tridges. J. J. Opsahl returned this morning from an extended trip to the vicinity of Red Lake, where he has spent several days looking after land interests. A strength tonic that brings rich, red blood. Makes you strong,healthy and active. That's what Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea will do. 35 cent, Tea or Tablets. Barker's Drug Store. Superintendent Strachan of the M. & I. passed.through the city last night on a business trip up the north line. He returned to Brainerd this morning. Harry Young, brother ol J. P. Young of this city, will arrive in Bemidji Monday from Washing ton, D. where he is employed in the government printing office, to spend a few days here with relatives and friends. Mr. Young is now conducting a news paper in North Carolina, besides holding down his position at the government office. Slaughter Shoe Sale 115 3d St. We regret our inability to wait upon you more satisfactorily yesterday. We have our goods arranged better today and none need go away without being pro perly care for. Straw's Stock moved to above location. Miller Organizes Hunting Party. T. J. Miller has organized a hunting harty that will spend the big game seasons at the lodge now being established through him on the bank of Red lake. The party will consist of about 10 sportsmen and the membership will include a number of promi nent men throughout the state. A AA fth THE BARTLET, Regular $35.00 for $30.00 OLD HOMESTEAD, Reg ular $30. for $25. SUPERIOR, Regular $15.00 for $12.50 THESE HACHINES ARE ALL HIGH CLASS GOODS AND ARE FULLY GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFACT- URERS. TERMS TO SUIT THE PpR^ CHASER. COME EARLY AND ~GET FIRST CHOICE. FLEMING & DOWNS. Phone 57. Bemidji. WWW* T" Read the Daily Pioneer: Ben Gardner of Blaekduck is transacting business in the city today. A wonderful tonic. Drives out all impurities, gives you strength health and happiness. That's what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents, tea or tab lets. Barker's Drug Store. Council Proceedings Regular meeting of council Oct. 2nd 1905.' Council met at the recorder's office at 8 p. m. All members present.* Minutes of last meeting read and approved. On motion of Graham seconded by Bowserj that the following "Audited Bills"- be allowed. Carried. W. L. Brooks, treasurer Sept. $ 25.00 H. W. Bailey, recorder Sept. 40.00 S. C. Bailey, chief police Sept. Norman Helmer, police Sept. 60.00 John A. Cline, police, Sept. 60.00 Fred Sprague, police, Sept. 60.00 W. B. Carliie, engineer, Sept. 60,00 A. B. Hazen, St. commis sioner, Sept. 70.00 Bemidji Pioneer, printing, Sept. 12.50 M. A. Soper, St. sprink ler, Sept. 68.50 Dr. L. A. Ward, president board of health, from March 17th to Sept. 17th. 50.00 W, M. Hays labor, Hazen 8.00 Lew Maley 2.00 Martin Peterson labor Hazen 4.00 Warfield Electric Co., light, Sept. 318.65 Warfield Electric Co., pumping water Sept. 50.00 Pioneer Press Co., print ing -4.35 Geo. J. Palmer, special police, Cline 2.00 Charles Preeland, scaven ger 1.00 J. H. French, Judge Elec tion 1st ward 2.50 O. M. Skinvik, Judge Election 1st ward 2.50 Thos. Maloy, clerk, elec tion 1st ward 2.50 MattPhibbs, clerk, elec tion 1st ward 2.50 J. E. Cahill, Judge, elec tion 2nd ward 2.50 John Washburn, Judge, election 2nd ward 2.50 D. C. Smyth, clerk, elec tion 2nd ward 2.50 Harry Geil, clerk, election 2nd ward 2.50 Council proceeded to canvass vote of "Charter Election" held Sept. 26th A and find that there were cast in the First ward, for charter 192 votes. Against 80 In 2nd ward for charter 129 votes. In sej&ond ward, against chart er, 122 votes. Not counted in First Ward, 3 votes. Council adjourned, H. W. BAILEY, Recorder. How's This? We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J, Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him per fectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c, per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family RnVfor constipation. "Funeral Held Today. The funeral over the remains of Erick Boe, who was fatally in jured by a stump puller Tues day afternoon, was held from the family residence four miles east of Bemidji this afternoon. Thanks Extended to Firemen. We wish to extend thanks to the members of the Bemidji fire department, for the quick and effective work done by them at the fire at our residence yester day and also to numerous citizens for assistance rendered. MR. AND MRS. A. W. DANAHER. Reading Club at Work. The Ladies Beading Club met last Monday with Mrs. E. E. Mc Donald and resolved this year to take up the study of Art. At Monday's meeting Mrs. W. A. Gould was elected representative of the club to attend meeting of the State Federation at Minne apolis, October 16, 17 and 18. The next meeting of the club will be held with Mrs. Berman on the 16th. The outlook is encourag ing for a very successful year for the club. FRANCO-VTSKEZUELXN DISPUTE. N Definite Action Likely at the Pres ent Time. Paris, Oct. 5.The authorities do not expect definite action relative to Venezuela until the receipt at Wash ington of the report of former Judge Calhoun, who went to Venezuela on a special mission for the government of the United States, which had not ar rived when the last conference be tween Ambassador Jusserand and the officials at Washington occurred. In the meantime the matter remains sta tionary, Venezuela not having with drawn her action toward the French tharge d'affaires, M. Taigny, in refus ing to treat with the French govern ment through him. GOOD.forJDLD and YOUNG August Flower keeps the children healthy and strong1 Pull of vigor and frolifi the whole day long, So when Mamma needs more they rush off in high glee, And shout to the druggist met" Please give it to Iflnability to get up brisk and fresh in the morning, lack of appetite, pallor, muddy complexion and poor spirits these all indicate a disordered stomach andbad digestionin adults and children, too. They also indicate the urgent need of taking Green's August Flower regu larly for a few days. Hit's a reliable old remedy for all stomach troubles, never fails to cure indigestion, dyspepsia and chronic constipation, and is a natural tonic for body and mind, ^Two sizes, 35c and 75c All druggists. 4 35E& acR S v* $ Justice James Madison Barker of the supreme judicial court of Massa chusetts, is dead. Jose Maria de Heredia, the poet and member of the French academy, is dead at Paris. Ho was born in Cuba in-1842. CORRESPONDENCE S WILTON. Mrs. Faank Manley has moved on her claim near here. Supt. Regan was visiting our schools in this district last Fri day. Ole Guisness has arrived from North Dakota. An additional set of library, books and a clock has been bought for the Wilton school. Mrs. Clarence Rawdon, who is teaching near Aure, spent Sun day at home. The many friends of Mr. Fogg will be pleased to learn that he is able to be making calls this pleasant weather. Mrs. John Clemmer of Spauld ing was to Wilton on business Saturday last. Mrs. Frank Patterson who has been on the sick list for a few days is reported better. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ernst and Mrs. Harry Bowers spent Sun day with T. J. Brennan's. G. C. Adams who is working at Long Lake spent Sunday at home. A meeting of the town board was held last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bazil Jarbo spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Patterson. Miss Vilettia Brant Sundayed in Bemidji. Rev. Hinshaw and his daugh ter Mrs. Paul have returned from Iowa where they went with the remains of the late Mrs. Hinshaw. Mr. Chilsen has returned from North Dakota. The schools in our district are furnished with heating plants- Ver Lo Rates Minneapolis Wheat. Minneapolis, Oct. 4.WheatDae, 10%c May, 83%c. On trackNo. hard, 81%c No. 1 Northern, 81*c No. 2 Northern, 78%c. .Duluth Wheat and Flax. Duluth, Oct. 4.WheatTo arrir* No. 1 Northern, 81%c No. 2 Nortlu trn, 79%c. On trackNo. 1 North ern, 81%c No. 2 Northern, T9^e Dec., 77Vic May,80y8c. FlaxTo ar rive, on track, Oct. and Nov., 99 #0 Dec, 99%c May, $1.03%. St. Paul Union Stock Yards. St. Paul, Oct. 4.CattleGood U% choice steers, $email@example.com common tor fair, $firstname.lastname@example.org good to choice cow*, and heifers, $email@example.com veals, $2,009 5.00. Hogsfirstname.lastname@example.org. SheepYear* ling wethers, $4J0@5.25 good choice native lambs, $email@example.com. Chicago Union Stock Yarda. Chicago, Oct. 4.CattleBeeves, $3.65^)6.25 cows and heifers, $1,400 4.50 stockers and feeders, $2,300 4.20 Western, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hogs, Mixed and butchers, $5.05 $5.70 good heavy, $email@example.com rough heavy, $4.90 @5.15 light, $5.0005.60. Sheep, $3.90 5.10 lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Chicago Grain and Previsions. Chicago, Oct. 4.WheatDec, 84%' 84 Vic May, 85Vsc. CornOct., 49%c Dec 43y2@43%c May,42% 043c. OatsOct., 2T%c Dec, 27%c May, 29%@29%c PorkOct., $14.80 Jan., $12.30. FlaxCash, Northwest ern, $1.03 Southwestern, 97c. Butter Creameries, 17020Vic dairies, 16% 018Vsc Eggs15V4017%c. Poultry Turkeys, 16c t. tarings, 11^. One-way Colonist Excursion tickets via the Northern Pacific Railway, until October 31, 1905, to Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana and points in British Columbia. Your chance to find a home in the Great Nor thwest. Liberal stopover privileges"and low side-trip rates for those who wish to break the journey. Fast through passenger service. New and handsome standard and tourist sleeping cars and through dining cars. Ric Lind at Lo Cost 'K ALONG'THE Northern! Pacific RailwayA A. M. CLELAND, GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, ST PAUL, MINN, jffi&ffi .*i ..-_ $& *&B For special literature and Information write C. W, Mott, General Emmigration Agent, St. Paul, or to Harry W. Sweet, District Passenger Agt. 4th and Broadway J^.^SJ^.PaulJKiinn. "4m chickens, ,10c Feed and Sale Stable. LIVERY ATTACHED Goods of All Description Stored Jl P. Pogue. 'if.