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Everybody uses it
Everybody likes it
Model Ice Creeim
Sold at every ice croam stand
in the city. Made by
H6e Model Ice Cream
Factory and Bakery
315 ftlnn. Ave. Phone 125.
THE CITY.
Have you seen Alice*
Read the Daily Pioneer.
Wanted- A number of clerks
at Schneider Bros.
J. J. Ellis was a visitor at Wil
tjn Saturday afternoon.
The Bemidji Elevator company
are exclusive agents for Barlow's
Best, Mascot and Cremo Hour.
S. C. Knouf, who is scaler at
Cass Lake for the surveyor gen
eral, was a visitor in the city yes
terday.
Freckles cured early in the
season. "Parisian Secret" is a
wonder worker. Barker's Drug
Store.
Mrs. E. D. Beeson and children
left Saturday for Chicago, their
old home, where they will remain
for some time.
A new story of the southland
will be given at opera house to
morrow evening
It would be well for those who
contemplate going to the twin
cities during the next few days
to get to the depots as early
before the departure of the trains
as possible, as the tickets are
complicated affairs and cannot
be issued hurriedly.
Deafness Cannot Be Cared
by local applications, as they
cannot reach the diseased por
tion of the ear. There is only
one way to cure deafness, and
that is by constitutional reme
dies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the Eustachian tube.
When this tube is inflamed you
have a rumbling sound or ltnper
feet hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, deafness is the re
sult, and unless the inflamation
can be taken out and this tube re
stored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed for
ever, nine cases out of ten are
caused by catarrh, which is noth
ing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred
Dollars for any case of deafness
(caused by catarrh) that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars free.
Cheney & Co Toledo, O
Sold by druggists, 75c
Take Hall's Family Pills for
constipation
Oar Old Kentucky Home
Comes in the way of sweet en
joyment. It brings to us a most
interesting story entwined with
music and song. At the Opera
House Tuesday, Aug. 14.
LOTS FOR SALE
WE OFFER FOR SALE CHEAP-
GOOD LOTS AT OR TORKS BAY
WHITE & STREET
TOWNSITE COMPNY
GIBRONS. Local apt
Bemklji, Minn
Pack Your Trunk
And Go East
That's a good start toward a pleasant and
profitable Summer Vacation. In purchasing
your tciket tell the agent that it Mu st read
over the
M. & M.
Read the Daily Pioneer.
Don't miss seeing Alice at
street fair.
Letter files and letter presses
at the Pioneer office.
Howard Bailey left yesterday
for a trip to the twin cities.
Mrs. Ness of Grand Forks
spent Sunday with Mrs. Paul
Hagen at Grand Forks bay.
We are noted as bargain givers.
Will do as we advertise or refund
the money. Schneider Bros
A. Kaiser came over from
Bagley yesterday noon and left
in the afternoon for Fosston.
If you want to buy or sell any
thing or hire help, try an ad
in the Pioneer want column.
A. L. LaFreiniere, owner of the
Grand Rapids Independent,
passed through the city yester
day enroute home.
Tan and sunburn removed.
"Parisian Secret" does it. Other
pleasant results also assured.
Barker's Drug Store.
Louis Entrup, the heavyweight
representative of the Lyman
Eliel Drug company of Minne
apolis, spent Sunday in Bemidji,
Those who appreciate a good
play should not fail to attend the
play "Our Old Kentucky Home"
tomorrow evening at the opera
house*.
H. D. Powers, a hardware
merchant of Grand Rapids and
one of the best of the many good
fellows at the Rapids, was here
yesterday to see the ball game.
The doctors used to bleed man
kind, for every ill that they could
find, but now they're wiser, said
one to me, and give instead Rocky
Mountain Tea. Barker's Drug
Store.
John Goodman "We expect
the sale of reserved seats for the
play tomorrow evening to be one
of the best of the season. 'Our
Old Kentucky Home' is a good
play and evary person who likes
clean and clever comedy should
not fail to reserve their seats
early
Officers and people desiring
the very best lead pencils should
bear in mind that the Pioneer
carries in stock a full line of the
best pencils among which are
Fabers HH, HHH, HHHH,
IIHHIIH and HHHHHH the
Kohinoor, Mephisto, stenograph
ers, and seyeral grades of the
best 5c pencils.
J. J. Doran "In selecting the
amusements of tbe week I would
advise you attend the Dlay 'Our
Old Kentucky Home,' which is to
be given at the opera house to
moirow evening."
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway
between the Twin Cities and Chicago. Five
handsome daily trains including the Pioneer
Limited and the Past Mail. Direct connections
at St Paul Union Depot with all trains from
the North and West. Sleeping car berths
higher, wider and longer than the berths in
other sleepers and therefore cooler and more
comfortable for Summer travel.
Let us know where you are going and full
information as to rates, routes, connections,
etc. will be cheerfully furnished by return mail
Sealed Bids.
W. B. DIXON
NOR.THWESTER.N PASSENGER. AGENT
Notice is hereby given that the
school board of District No. 8, in
the town of Frohn will receive
sealed bids for the erection of
two frame school buildings, up
to two o'clock p. m. on Thursday
August 18, 1906.
Plans and specifications for
the said buildings may be seen
at Fleming Bros, hardware store,
Bemid]i, Minn., where also said
bids are to be opened on A ugust
18, 1906, at 2 o'clock
Successful bidder will be re
quired to enter into contract and
also to give good and sufficient
bond. The board reserve the
right to reject any and ail bids.
Dated at Bemidji, this 9bh day
of August, 1906.
Sever Brattan, Director
F. Malzahn, Clerk.
365 Robert Street. St. Paul
*fe .^-af l&Ssfe&Ii?
Horoafter wo will handle
SWEET CREAM!
When pail accompanies
order, 35c a quart. With
out a pail 40c per quart.
Wo handle all frultsthat are in season
Apples, Bananas, Peaches, Pears, Plums.
and Oranges
Missouri Watermelons &
Musk Melons.
Lakeside Bakery.
Read the Daily Pioneer.
Look for Alice at street fair.
A. Danaher came down this
morning from Tenstrike.
Julius Sundet, a merchant of
Bagley, was in the city yester
day consulting a local physician.
Mrs. Graham M. Torrance and
daughter Dorothy left this morn
ing for Minneapolis. They will
be absent for two weeks.
Makes the skin soft and white
like that of a baby. Brings
youth to the face, Parisian Secret.
Barker's Drug Store.
E. S. Woodward and Norman
Morrow went to Tenstrike this
morning to look over the school
house there which will be re
painted.
A rough skin is unpardonable,
when a few applications of
Parisian Secret assures such
beautiful results. Barker's Drug
Store.
Mrs. Nobes and daughter, Miss
Bessie Nobes, respectively aunt
and cousin of E. L. Nay lor, left
this marning for their home at
Wadena.
The "North Star" makes trips
up the Mississippi and School
craft rivers every afternoon, at
2 o'clock. Water is high enough
for any load.
William King of Grand Rapids,
who, with his wife, has been the
guest of Fred Ete and family
for several days, left this morn
ing for Wadena. Mrs. King is
still here.
Parisian Secret is a toilet
article, scientifically prepared
and intended to permanently im
prove every lady's complexion
using it. Devoted to beauty.
Barker's Drug Store.
F. W VanNort, proprietor of
tne Hotel Robinson at Big Falls,
passed through the city on the
M. & I. Saturday evening, en
route home from Walker, where
he had been visiting for several
days with friends.
JennyTreatment for pimples
and blackheads calls for absolute
cleanliness. Pimples show that
the body is absorbing poisonous
substances and needs Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea or
tablets 35 cents Barker's Drug
Store.
L. B. Jenness, a newspaper
publisher from Danburry, Iowa,
his wife and two sons left this
morning for their home, after
having spent several weeks in
this vicinity enjoying an outing.
Mr. Jenness is interested in
some property on the northeast
shore of the lake.
Don't miss
street fair.
seeing Alice at
Short Limit Summer Tourist
Rates to Eastern Points.
Effective August 6th, 1906, The
Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic
Ry., will sell Round Trip Sum
mer Tourist Tickets to Eastern
points as follows:
One lowest first class fare plus
12.00, return limit 15 days.
One lowest first class fare plus
$4 00, return limit 30 days.
Tickets on sale to all points on
the Canadian Pacific Railway and
Grand Trunk Railway, Toronto
and East and to all points on
the Intercolonial Railway. To
all Summer Tourist destinations
in New England Territory on
Boston & Maine, Maine Central,
Rutland Railroad and Canadian
Pacific Railway.
To Canadian Territory and
New York Points, tickets are on
sale everyday up to and includ
ing September 30th, 1906.
To New England Territory
tickets are on sale August 8th
and 22nd and September 5th and
19th.
All tickets good for continuous
passage in both directions.
Yours respectfully, A. J. Perrin,
General Agent, Duluth, Minn.
430 Spaulding Hotel Bl ck
Have you seen AlicePf
Read the Daily Pioneerl
II*
Wanted: Lady clerks at
Schneider Bros.
A. H. Pitkin was here today
from Kelliher.
"Our Old Kentucky Home" at
opera house tomorrow evening.
Dr. E. H. Marcum returned
this morning from a professional
trip to Kelliher.
Look for Alice at street fair.
Charles Gustafson, the editor
postmaster of Tenstrike was
transacting business in the city
today.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Methodist church will serve ice
cream and cake, and lunches
during the week of the carnival.
A. E. Witting of the firm of
Trondson & Witting, Blackduck,
spent Saturday in the city and
returned home Saturday evening.
See Alice, the Wonder, at the
street fair.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hyatt of
Turtle River joined the throng
at their town this morning and
came to the Queen city for a visit
with friends.
A soft, white skin and a clear
complexion are the first results
attending the liberal use of
Parisian Secret. Barker's Drug
Store.
An extra coach was attached
to the M. & I. this morning and
the entire train was taxed to take
the crowd that went to Brainerd
enroute to the twin cities.
Typewriter ribbons of ail
standard makes, either record,
copying or indelible, can be pro
cured in the color you wish at
the Pioneer office.
Reference was made in Satur
day's Pioneer to the "ladies of
the W. R. C." The article rc
terred to should have read the
"ladies of theG. A. R. circle."
Mrs. F. Kane and her daugL
ter, Miss Pernel, returned to
their home at Minneapolis this
morning, after having visited for
a week with the family of Everett
Kane.
See Alice, the ladies' and child
ren's favorite.
A. H. Harris- "The opera
house management guarantees
tbe show, 'Oar Old Kentucky
Home.' We would be pleased to
have everyone who enjoys a good
show to attend this tomorrow
evening."
The Bemidji Fire Department
will give a dance at city hall
Wednesday evening. The affair
will be a pleasant social gather
ing and Prof. Symington guar
antees good music. Tickets per
couple 75c.
John Sibly, the Minneapolis
logger, spent Sunday in Bemidji.
Mr. Sibly has logged extensively
for several years in the vicinity
of Bena, and his visit here was
for the purpose of securing some
logging contracts foi next winter.
Peter Slough of Nary and
cousin, Laura Slough, I. B. Drake
of Guthrie, O. J. Tagley and his
partner, R. O. Olson of Nymore,
and Joseph Botart were among
those who left on the Great
Northern this morning for the
twin cities.
Time changes ideas and con
ditions. There's a lot of things
which the up-to-date young
woman of today does which are
good for body and health. She
takes Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. Tea or tablets, 35 cents.
Barker's Drug Store,
C. D. Whittel, better known as
the "Colonel," has rented part of
the ground floor of the Winter's
jewelry store building and will
put in a stock of cigars, tobaccos,
news and confectionery. Whit
tel is a hustler of the 33rd degree
and will undoubtedly make good.
Dan Rose, estimator and buyer
of cedar for the Watab Lumber
company, returned last evening
from Rochester, where he had
been to consult physicians as to
an illness which threatened at
one time to put him "out of busi-
ness." He found relief from the
consultation, and returned to his
home at Northorne on the M. & I.
Pre I Nash and daughter Ruth
came over from their home at
Grand Forks yesterday and spent
the day with friends at Grand
Forks bay. Mr. Nash had heard
so much about the good times
they are having at the bay that he
determined to come over and rest
for a few hours. He is the head
of Nash Bros wholesale dealers
in fruits. U1*
:&r 4&
Alice, Alice, Alice.
Read the Daily Pioneer?
Telephone your news to the
Pioneer. Our number is 31.
Miss Deva Smith -of Chicago
arrived in the city Saturday and
is visiting with Miss Ella Parker.
Duplicate order books and
commercial men's expense ac
count books at the Pioneer office.
Frank Lane came down from
Kelliher this morning and will
remain here during the balance
of the week.
The Pioneer carries the lead
ing grades of typewriter paper,
which sells from 80c to $3 per
box.
J. C. Conatand wife of Funkley
passed through Bemidji today on
their way to St. Paul to visit
with relatives.
O. M. Olson, postmaster at
Northome, and his family passed
through the city this morning to
the twin cities.
E. J. Swedback went to Minne
apolis yesterday, via Duluth.
Mrs. Swedback and her daugh
ters, Mrs.| Stewart and Mrs.
Haynes, left for Minneapolis this
noon.
Sam Sutor, proprietor of the
End ion hotel at Cass Lake, and
Fred W. Smith, an attorney at
the Lake, were in the city today,
having legal business before
Judge Spooner.
Dr. Blakeslee and little daugh
ter Verena left this noon for
Minneapolis?, where they will
meet the doctor's mother, who
will return with them and look
after the doctor's household.
Mrs. T. B. Hunt, mother of
Mrs. A. Kleven, returned to her
home at Crookston Saturday
afternoon. She'was accompanied
by Miss Rose Whaley and her
little niece. All had been guests
at the Kleven home for several
days.
Thomas Bailey, Sr., returned
Saturday evening from Minne
apolis, where he had been for
some time under the care of a
physician. The sheriff appears
to have been greatly benefitted
by his stay in the Flour city, and
is looking much better than when
he left here several weeks ago.
Among the Grand Rapids peo
ple who were here yesterday tn
see the ball game were^ T. F.
Shoalf and wife, Dick Hoiton and
wife, F. A King, Paddy Burke,
Joseph Cloutie and William Hen
nessy. Albert iHasche, chief of
police of Deer River, was also
here and played left field for the
Rapids team.
Take Notice.
Parties knowing themselves in
debted for lots in Greenwood
Cemetery will please call at the
city clerks, office in the city hall,
pay for same and get their deed?.
Dated, Bemidji, Minn August
13, 1906.
Thos. Maloy,
Secretary,
You ca^n
See the
Prevailing
Jewelry
Styles
If you will step into our
store any of these days. We
manage to keep track of all
the new designsand gather
the best of them for our own
use and yours.
If we lived in the biggest
city in the land, we wouldn't
be in any closer touch with
the manufacturers than we
are now.
When they get up up some
thing new wo are sure to hear
of itand what's worthy finds
a place in our show cases.
Among some recent arrivals
are attractive effects in ladies'
rings. This is about the
dantiest showing we have ever
asked the ladies to look at.
The stone combinations are in
describably beautiful. It's
impossible to particularize
but it will please us immensely
to have the ladies become in
terested. a*ii*v**
Alice, Alice, Alice.
Rev. Hall-Quest, the popular
Presbyterian pastor at Black
duck, was visiting with his many
friends in Bemidji today.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Norris of
Princeton, 111., are the guests of
A. A. Warfield and wife. They
will visit here for two weeks.
M. F. Murphy came over from
his home at Grand Porks yester
day and visited over Sunday
with his family at Grand Porks
bay.
W. E. Hyatt came in from
Powlds yesterday afternoon and
left last evening for his home at
Turtle River to spend Sunday
with his family. He expects to
have his new building at Powlds
completed and ready for occupan
cy by the end of this week.
GUARANTEED FREE FROM
MINERALS.
BEMIDJI
Come and See
EEEfTHE
WOND0R
greatest freak on exhibition
The freak that is beyond all
question one of the greatest cur
iosities in the world.
Moral show for both Ladies9
COME ONE COME ALL
POSTOFFICE CORNER.
Mrs. N. P. Stone left Saturday
afternoon for her homeatCrooks
ton. She had been visiting here
for several weeks with her
daughters, Gertrude and Lucia,
who have been living in a tent, at
Twelfth street and Lake boule
vard. The young ladies are
greatly enjoying their stay in
Bemidji.
S.S.S.miBiBLOOD
The purifying action and curative properties of this great remedy have
made S. S. S. For The Blood a household saying, and thousands who are
today enjoying perfect health owe their recovery from blood or skin diseases
to this universally used blood medicine. ~S. S. S. is made entirely from roots,
herbs and barks which possess not only cleansing and healing ingredients,
but building-up and strengthening properties to keep the blood in perfect
order No one can be well when the blood is impure they lack the energy
and strength that is natural with health, the complexion becomes pale and
sallow, the vitality is weakened and they suffer from a general broken down
condition. When the waste or refuse matter, which nature intends shall be
thrown off, is left in the system because of a sluggish, torpid condition, of
the expelling members, it is absorbed into the
blood, making this vital stream weak, sour and
acrid, and its condition is manifested by boils,
pimples, rashes, blotches and other eruptions of
the skin. -S. S. S. goes into the circulation
and removes every particle of blood taint or
poison of every character, makes the blood fresh and strong and gives energy
to the entire body. When the blood has been cleansed by S. S. S. all skin
diseases and eruptions pass away and the smooth, clear skin, glowing with
health, shows that the body is being nourished by rich, pure blood. Rheu-
matism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, etc.,
are all deep-seated blood disorders, and for their cure nothing equals S. S. S.
It does not injuriously affect the most delicate parts of the body and can be
taken with perfect safety by old or young. Book on the blood and any
medical advice desired without charge.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATUUTTA,
75/?e NEW GROCERY
"The best quality for the least money" is the way we
have built up the best grocery business in town. W
are always selling our groceries and constantly buying
fresh stock. Our line of teas and coffees cannot be ex-
celled. An excellent line of canned goodsand goods
for picnic lunchesalways to be had at our store.
ROE a MARKUSEN, 207 FOURTH STREET.
G.A.R.
Rates
& Children
See Alice, the Wonder, at the
street fair.
Miss Oliver and Miss Dicken
son joined the crowd that went
to St. Paul this morning.
Mrs. S. N. Reeves left this
morning for the twin cities and
Rochester, Minn. She was ac
companied by her 9-year old son,
who goes to the hospital at
Rochester to seek treatment fur
an ailment of the spine.
CHICKEN DINNER.
The Catholic ladies will give a
chicken dinner Tuesday noon in
the building formerly occupied
by Bacon & Brown, opposite the
City Drug store.
Eastern Star Rest.
During the carnival the east
ern star will serve home cooking,
Ice cream and cake and are pre
pared to rent tables and dishes
for picnic dinners. Coffee can
also be had at a nominal charge
Come prepared to spend the
day, sleeping rooms can be had
for the little children. Good
toilet rooms in the building.
At the Masonic Hall, Corner
Beltrami Ave., and fifth street.
PHONE 207
Gf
On account of tfic National Encampment of the Grand [f|$*jjj|
Army of the Republic lneMlnneapolls, Augustl3-%^ejg|~$
Great Northern Railway
will sell round trip tickets from BEMIDJI Joif ^tjfik
ST. PAUL ANDs^MINNEAI^dtif
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