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so be sure you get it
made in our own town and
acknowledged by all good
judges to be tbe purest, and
smoothest and best ice cream
sold in Northern Minnesota.
You can get it at our store or
OLSON'S Confectionery
and all the other leading deal
ers in this part of the state.
75he Model
Read the Daily Pioneer.
Theodore Gullickson and John
H. Sullivan drove to Solway and
back yesterday afternoon.
Philip Gill returned this after
noon from Minneapolis, where
he has been visiting for a week.
The M. & I. passenger train
was twenty minutes late last
evening, owing to late connections
at Brainerd with the N. P. ma?n
line train from St Paul.
H. J. Hunter and Willi
Dunnet, representing the Minne
apolis Tribune, were in the city
today. They arrived in town
last night and were guests at the
Keep your ties for Martin res.
of Duluth, who will buy along
the line of the M. & I. and the
G. N. A. C. McLean, purchasing
agent, of Bemidji, will call on
Mark Devine, the logger,
farmer and general hustler of
Blackduck, spent yesterday in
the city, went home last evening,
returned to Bemidji this morning
and has been "going some" a.'l
day. Mark is all right.
You are wasting time if you
are waiting for nature to do allCDnsulting
the work. Everybody needs a
little help, so does nature assist
her by taking a course of Hollis
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea
or tablets, 35c. Barker's Drug
Buttons Business College,
Crookston, Minn, will give away
absolutely free a six months
scholarship to the first pupil
from each town who writes for
it. Write today. Prof. Button
now has first class teachers in all
his various colleges and will
spend all his time after Oct. 1st
with his Crookston school,
A. Backlund, who is one of the
sturdy homesteaders in th}
Town of Battle, spent yesterday
in the city. His claim is on Sec.
10 152 31. He stated that cedar
was a very profitable con? modity,
up in his country, and that bis
brother-in-law, William Babcock,
who owni a claim adjoining his
land, had realized $300 from the
cedar cut on a half acre of land.
Millinery Opening.
Miss Louise Hetland will hold
her fall opening Friday afternoon
and evening of this week. She
has made elaborate preparations
and will have on display the
largest and completest line of
street and dress hats to be found
in the city. Ladies wishing to
make their fall purchases in
hats, or wishing merely to study
the styles and "look around" are
cordially invited to attend.
M. & "^^ff^gps^pm"^^
Read the Daily Pioneer, *ag
J. C. Parker returned this
morning from Northome.
M. I. Desgardines of Shevlin
spent last night in the city.
U. A. Tuller was a visitor in
the city yesterday afternoon.
A. L. Wyler, agent for the Be
midji Brewing company, went to
Blackduck last evening.
EYESDra. Larson & Larson,
specialists in fitting glasses,
Office in Swedback Block.
E. W. Collins of Luttle Palls
returned home this morning
after having spent the night in
the city.
W. A. Gould, superintendent
of logging for the Crookston
Lumber company, left yesterday
afternoon for Shaniko, Oregon,
on business for his company.
Chris Christenson, manager of
the News, left yesterday after
noon for Osakis to attend the
funeral of C. R. Martin, which
was held at Osakis this afternoon.
Charles Plumer left yesterday
afternoon for McCanna, N. D.,
where he will remain until after
the threshing of grain is com
pleted in the "Flickertail" state.
The large plate glass that was
ordered some time ago to replace
the one broken in the front of
Schneider Bros', store, arrived
yesterday and was put in place
Louis Gill left this morning for
Minneapolis, but will return in a
few days and go to Kelliher,
where the Gill Bros, will start a
new store, of which Louis will be
the resident manager.
E. J. Regan of Kelliher, brother
of Superintendent Regan, passed
through the city this morning on
the M. & I., enrouteto Reedville,
Wis., at which place his mother
is seriously ill.
Bad breath, coated tongue, a
languid feeling, is entirely un
natural. Your lazy liver and
bowels need a tonic. The best
soothing tonic to every organ is
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Tea or tablets 35c. Barker's
Drug Store.
Clifford Dufour, formerly city
editor of the Crookston Daily
Journal but who is now
commercial traveler for the
American Biscuit company of
Crookston, spent last night in
the city and today has been
the local trade relative
t) business in his line.
15he New Store
Is headquarters for the best
Creamery Butter and
Strictly Fresh Eggs.
"The Burglar and the Waif"
is a guaranteed attraction which
will appear at the Opera house on
Siturday evening, the 22nd. It
teems with bubbling comedy and
pure heart interest bearing the
critical and popular of all large
cities. The local managers of
this opera house have made a
personal investigation as to the
merits of the play and have found
it exceptionally good.
Call at the store'or phone 207
k^'J^kiz.^&L W-..s
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is senior partner of the
firm of F. J.^Cheney & Co., doing
business in the City of Toledo,
County and State aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sumline
for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and sub
scribed in my presence, this 6th
day of December, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEAS01&
Notary Fubnc.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testi
Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
the public can get what they wanted
Follow the crowd and tret one of our
They all come to us for Ivo's Ice Cream.
It Is the purest of all ice creams. To be
had at tho
Lakeside Bakery.
Read the Daily Pioneer.
0. O. Glidden went to Laporte
this morning.
William McCuaig was a visitor
at Tenstrike last night.
E. J. Swedback returned yes
terday from a trip to Duluth and
St. Paul.
Don't forget Miss Hetland's
fall millinery opening Friday
afternoon and evening.
Prank C. Hale, the Blackduck
attorney, came down this morn
ing from the "Duck" and
transacting legal business in
district court today.
Typewriter ribbons of all
standard makes, either record,
copying or indelible, can be pro
cured in the color you wish at
the Pioneer office.
Dan Rose, who buys cedar in
this county and Itasca for the
Watab company of St. Cloud,
came down this morning from
his home at Northome.
The Burglar and the Waif is
the title of the next play to be
giyen at the Opera house. For a
good play be sure to see this.
September 22.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Carson
went to Oaigum, the Leech Lake
Indian agency this morning, to
look up some data relative to a
certain tract of land in which
they are interested.
Northome is to have a fair Oc
tober 2. AH kinds of field and
garden products will be exhibited
and there will be a department
where fruits, jams and dairy
products will be shown.
H. E. Norman, superintendent
in charge of the Red Lake Indian
agency, was a visitor in the city
yesterday and last night. He
reports a strenuous time at the
agency on election day.
James Wilkins, the general
agent for the Fitger Brewing
company, came over from Cass
Lake yesterday afternoon and
looked over the business being
done by the local agency of the
Fitger company.
F. O. Sibley came in yesterday
afternoon from Island lake and
spent the day in the city in con
nection with his candidacy for
the republican nomination for
commissioner for the Third dis
George Mann of St. Paul, the
traveling representative for the
Minnesota Type Foundry com
pany, spent the day in the city,
interviewing the local printing
.offices relative to wants in the
of type, presses, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. John Larson re
turned yesterday afternoon from
a trip to Duluth and Ashland,
where Mr. Larson made arrange
ments for the purchase of some
steel rails for "ironing" the
Crookston Lumber company's
proposed railroad out of Kelliher.
A famous Wisconsin woman
once said, "AH this poor earth
needs is just the art of being
Kind." Won't some one be kind
enough to propose Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea? It helps
to make people kind and well.
Tea or tablets 35c. Barker's
Drug Store.
J. J. Burns of Bena returned
home this noon, after having
spent two days in the city on
business. Mr. Burns was for
several years chief of police at
Cass Lake. He is one of the
owners of lots on the new Bena
townsite and he reports business
conditions as being very good at
A. M. Greely, the Big Fork
Compass man, left for his home
at Big Falls last evening. He
will return Monday morning, as
he is a witness in a case in dis
trict court which has not yet
been taken up. He spent two
days in the city waiting to be
called,- without receiving sum
mons for his testimony. ,7.
Fall millinery opening at Miss
Hetland's Friday afternoon and
evehing.^ ^SsL
Peter Hi^kjjtt, J|fetHib
lumberman, spenj^stJaj^japn
the city.
A. L. Crocker, the Minneapolis
land man, arrived in the cit$ Jajfr
Bemidji "Elevator Co^'head-
quarters for hay, grain, ground
feeds and flour..
Arthur Harris of Quiring
spent last night in the city and
was a guest at the Remore.
J. A. Murray of Blackduck
spent last night in the city and
was in attendance at court today.
A. T. Hataher left this morning
for Park Rapids and witnessed
the races at that place this after
W. C. McCamm, cruiser for
Irwin & O'Brien, arrived in the
city yesterday afternoon from
Deer River, near which place he
has been doing some work for
his firm.
Mrs. F. Eberlein left this
morning for Wadena, where she
will visit with old friends for
days. The Eberlein's
lived at Wadena prior to coming
to Bemidji to reside.
A. W. Layman, special agent
of the U. S. general land office,
a visitor in the city. Mr. Lay
man is one of those still-mouthed
individuals who never "tips his
mit" relative to his official acts,
and the object of his present
visit here is unknown.
James Winebrenner left this
morning for Dorset, from which
place he went to Mantrap lake,
about twelve miles west. He
will join C. N. Clapp and Dr.
Rife of Albion, Ind., at Mantrap,
and the party will camp on the
lake and fish fur a week. The
Indiana gentlemen are old friends
of Mr. Winebrenner, the latter
having resided at Albion for
several years.
G. E. Crocker, representative
of the Grand Forks Lumber
company, left this morning by
team for atrip along the Miss
issippi river to LaSalla brook and
the LaSalle lakes and the
boundary of the Itasca State
park, and will return via Solwa/r.
He will inspect the timber whicl
the Grand Forks company
recently purchased from J. F.
Ruggles, before returning to
Visit Cass Lake.
A party of ladies and a miner
ity number of men wett to Walk
er this morning over the &
I. With the intention of spending
the day on the lake there and ir
the vicinity of that town and en
joying a sort of picnic away from
home. They had planned to visit
Bear island and Sugar point,
where the fight between the In
dians and the U. S. soldiers
occurred several years ago, across
Leech lake from Walker, about
twelve miles distant. In the
party were Mesdames Danaher,
Geil, McTaggart, Gamble, Nye
and Stillings, Miss Grace Allen
and the Misses Pendergast, and
possibly a few others. Lee Hef
fron, Herb Doran and G. E.
Kreatz were taken along as a sort
of body guard for the ladies.
New Principal for Nymore.
C, L. Heff ron has been engaged
by the school board of Nymore
as principal of the Nymore
school. The contract was signed
yesterday. There will be seven
months of school, and Mr. Hef
fron will assume charge as soon
as the new addition to the school
building is completed, which is
expected to be about October 10.
Mr. Huff ron is a graduate of
the Bemidji high school and has
attended the University of
Minnesota two years.
We make it
easy for you
at slight expense to again use soiled,spot
ted or stained garments. It is merely a
matter of expressing a bundle of clothing,
laces, ribbons, gloves, etc. It will save
you money and increase your wardrobe.
Send for information booklet. W pay
returnexpresson all orders of $3 ormore.
church will serve
Fri|$ evening at
Te 25c*
beginning: at 5:30. Price
TffefeOftilL _.
Epicopal services Sunday even
PRESBYtfERIAH:,. '.^reaching
service at 11 o'clqckj Subject,
"Itching Ears,'* Bible class
and Sunday school at 12*15
Junior C. E. at 3 p. m. Seriibr
C. E. at 7 p. m., evening
preaching service at 8, subject
"The Great Separation."
Visitors and strangers cor
dially welcomed.
METHODIST: Class meeting,
10:20 Sermon, 11:00 "A
Great Bishop" is the theme.
Sunday School, 12:15 Junior
League, 3:00 Epworth League.
7:00 Sermon, subject, "How
To Succeed," 800. This will
be delivered to the pupils of
the High school. Any young
person who wishes to make a
success of life should hear this
Use of Opium in China Ordered Abol
Peking, Sept. 22.As a result of the
combined recommendations of the Chi
nese commissioners who recently
made a tour of the United States and
Europe, Yuan Shi Kai, commander-in
chief of the forces, and Tang Shao
Ki, vice president of the board of for
eign affairs, an edict has been issued
ordering the abolition of the use of
opium, both foreign and native, within
a decade. The edict strongly con
demns the vice and commands the
council of state to devise regulations
for the enforcement of the prohibition
against opium smoking and the culti
vation of the poppy.
Wireless Sends News of Wreck.
Washington, Sept. 22.The capsiz
ing of the American schooner Twilight
and the loss of six of her crew in the
recent storm off the Carolina coast is
announced in a message received at
the navy department, by wireless, at
St. Augustine from the cruiser Minne
applis on her way to Cuba.
4 iT1
anpper next that the county baseball team is
the Mf tsonic prepared to play a game with the
cangtftip'tf? Becfby on
excursion and play the
^tKelJ. We. vfou
the abori
The Burglar and the Waif
few,' if any, plays, in recent .years
have created so much comiijerit .,AP
C. T, Daze's, "The Burgler and '['tin
Waif," which, for six weeks, crowded
tbg Garden Theatre, New York, a its,
capacity, and consequently there' tit
likely to be an exciting scramble foi
seats neiit Saturday niffht, Seotemtier
22, when it is to be presented at' the
opera house. The play, like mpit ,of
C. T. Dazey's contributions, is, ^ery
much up-to-date. Indeed, the jpajftat
success the play has enjoyed is eh efi
ly due to the fact that the story i* i$'$
main feature almost identical with
that of one of the most famous actual
life dramas which the courts of justice
have had to deal with of late. The
part of the Waif is played by Miss
Marie Youne, a role in which her well
known feminine charms have every
opportunity of display. Her gowns
are the creation of the famous Mrs.
Osborne, and they are said to be for
the feminine players an allurinsr at
traction in themselves.
y&SH Cug** Rheumatism,Catarrh,Backache, Kid-
neyTrouble, or anyotherBlood trouble
THHI TQ A MHC HAVB /~*f jncrv My absolute guarantee Is evidence of my faith.
1 I Il^UO/\ILF^ BEEN tUKCU In this wonderful remedy. I take all the risk.
What You 5wal!
There is a growing sentfmpt In
country in favor of MEDICDOC* OF KHC
the cox
8yJffiow3heW^ beJ3o*Xl
Recognizing this growing dlsposil
on the part of the public, and satis1
that the fullest publicity can only add
"he well-earned reputationgpfulfis
inea, Dr. E. V. Pierce, of tibltitlo, N.
as "taken time by the forelock,"
were, and is publishing broadcast a
Discovery the popular liver invlgorator,
stomach tonic, blood purifier and heart
mat-, 4fe& ffif**$rmoftb* Presetfb-
iowttf fleirvobl aiftTravaHd wotted.
This bold and outspoken movement on
the part of -BrrPierce,- has, by showing
exactly what his well-known medicines
rare (^mposed.ofroempleteJy dfsarmed4all
harping critics who have heretofore nb
iusjljrstacked them. A little, pamphlet
has been-' compiled, from' the standard
medical authorities of aJl the several
schools of pra^tlee^-Showing^the strongest
endorsements by leading medical writers
ortheseveraHnCTedientswhich enter into
Dr. Pierce's medlcfnes. "A copy of this
little book Is mailed free to any one de-
Into the composition of Dr. Pierce's med
icines. Addresser, Pierce as above.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are tiny, sac-
Bowels. Do not beget the "pill habit," but
cur0r'cmis|tpatfpn~, One octwo^ac^^ay for
a laxative and regulator, three or four for an
active cathartic .Once triedAlways in favor.
S50 OOih O'VEN AWAY, in copies of
"f*- The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, a book,that sold to the ex
tent of 500,000 copies a few
ears ago. at |L50 per copy.
as year we gave away
130.000 worth of these invalua
ble books. This yearwe shaU
give away 160.000 worth of
them. Will yon share in this
benefit? If so. send only 21
one-cent stamps to cover cost
of mailing only for book in
stiff papercovers, or31 stamps
for cloth-bound. Address Dr.
E. Y. Pierce, Buffalo. N. T.
For a clear complexion take
Pleasant to take
Orlno cleanses the sys
tem, and makes sallow
blotched complexions
smooth and clear. Cures
chronic constipation by
gently stimulating the
stomach,liverand bowels.
fuM substitute*. Prio* BOo.
Barker's Drn Store.
not entirely satisfied after taking half of
the first bottle. YOU ARB THE JUDGE.
i-^ iia^iii V'S'
Tailor-Made Garments
Why buy a ready-to-wear suit
of clothes when you can get one
made to order at the same price.
We carry the Royal Taylors &
Co. and Work Bros., samples
Every Suit Guaranteed
Thereby you take no changes in
fit or workmanship.
Ladies' Tailored Suits
Made by the Faultless Tailoring?
Co., ot Chicago are the best and:
all man-tailored. Call and ex
amine our large line of samples.^
Allthe latest weaves and fabrics
,^i g:i v. -5 ^with every suit.
I,ADIE S*^SKIRTS vi new fall line is ready!
Ij/IUIDO OiVin 1 0 for your inspection* A com-
parison with other lines is all we ask to get our share
of the skirt business. New dress goods arriving daily.
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