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The most compact keyboard* 2, The slightest key depression* 3* The lightest and most even touch* For Touch Writing BLANK BOOKS The PIONEER at all times carries a fall and complete line of Blank Books, Letter Press Books, Inks, Pencils, Legal Blanks, Stationers Snpslies, & Office Sundries LEGAL BLANKS The Right Roa TO CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY AND OMASA FROM SAINT PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS CHICA60 GREAT "ttr^WE5[ERN Ask for a Ticket East on The Pioneer Limited Insist that it read from Minneapolis and St. Paul to Chicago on The Pioneer Limited or one of the other fast trains of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Railway The Pioneer Limited leave Minneapolis at 8:00 p. m. and St. Paul at 8:35 p. m. Ar- rives Union Station, Chicago, 8:55 a. m. the next day. Four other fast trains to Chicago fp&y. Compartment and standard sleepers with longer wider and higher berths," din- ing car, observation-library car, chair car, coach W DIXON NORTHWESTERN PASSENGER AGENT 365 Robert Street, St. Paul LOTS ON EASY PAYMENTS For the man or woman of moderate means we are offering lots in the third addition on easy monthly payments. The lots are nicely located and the price is within the reach of all. For further particulars write or call Bemidfi Townsite and Im provement Company. H. A SIMONS, Agent Swedback Block Bemld)?. S* -5 flSlLWAY Man)' trains daily, superbly equipped, making faj time. Through Tourist Cars to California, with choice of routes west of Omaha or Kansas City. For information write to J. P. ELMER, General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER FOTUUBHBD BVBBY AtTJHWOOH. OFFICIAL PAPE^ BEMIDJI PIONEER PUBLISHING CO. I By A. KAISER. Entered In the postofflce at Bemidji. Minn.* .w second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION-$S.OO PER ANNUM Why not make it unanimous for that man Johnson from I S in neapolis, for speaker? If there is anything in a name, he can't be stopped, anyway. Governor Johnson's plurality, now that all the returns are ir, has been found to be 72,366. Not as large as it might have been if the republicans had not put up a candidate but it will do. If each householder would sprinkle a little ashes or sand on the sidewalk front of his house, it would not be a great deal of work for anyone, and it would improve walkiDg 100 per cent. Get your Christmas shopping done early. It is the people who wait until the last day or two that have to do the worrying. By taking time by the forelock, you get all the fun and miss all the annoyance. The Granite Falls Tribune speaks of Congressman Mc Cleary as Jim McCleary. What temerity. Jim Hill, Jim Tawney, Jim Martin and several other Jims are familiar enough names but to "Jim" Professor James T. McCleary is something unheard before. Whether Judge Pendergast is rewarded for his services in the cause of Governor Johnson this fall, or not, he is deserving of something good. The governor could not make a move that would be better received up in this country than to appoint his run ning mate in the late campaign to one of the best offices under his control. The House will make uo mis take if it should pick Archie Vernon for chief clerk. Archie is a bright young man, and is one of the best, as well as one of the best known, newspaper men in the twin cities. For three ses sions he "covered" the House for the Pioneer Press, and he knows all the ins and outs of the legis lative game. He ought to get the job. The death of Samuel Spencer, president of the Southern Bail way system, in a rear-end col lision on his own road, is an awful thing, of course but there are elements of poetic justice about it. After all, the killing of the president of a road is no worse than the killing of others in the hundreds of wrecks every year, which make railroad travel in the United States a daily horror. We imagine The Valley View (East Grand Forks) "swiped" the following. If it didn't, we most humbly beg pardon. Anyway it is good. Who weeps with you when you are sad, and laughs with you when you are glad, and smiles at you when you are madthe editor. Who has to be both kind and wise and never (hardly ever) lies, and when he does creates surprisethe editor. Who owns a heart as well as cheek, pos sessed of spirit proud yet meek and lives on forty cents a week the editor.. Thief River Falls News: J. J. Opsahl, who was elected to rep resent the people of this legis lative district in the House, wishes the News to state that he is desirous of supporting such measures in the state legislature as are wanted by the people of this district, and with that end in view desires to have any parties interested in any partic ular legislation to write to him and express their views upon the matter. Mr. Opsahl desires to remain close to the people and we believe he is going to make a very creditable representative, ti *}&,* The gifted man Is he who Bees the essential point and leaves all the rest aside as surplusage.Carlyle. Has visited Minnesota for Ten DR. DORAN \*$, gj. America' Most Popular H?.\ Specialist, Will Visit Bemidfi 3& 6. "Thursday, Dec7 HOTEL MARKHAM Returning every month. Con suit him while the oppor- tunity is at hard DR DORAN has no superior in diagnosing and treating diseases and deformities He treats acute and chronic catarrh diseases of the eye. ear. nose, throat, lungs, liver, stomach and bowels Dyspepsia. constitutional catarrh, sick headache, rheumatism, chronic female dis eases, neuralgia, siatica. dizziness, nervous ness, slow growth in children, and all wast ing in adults Deformities, club feet, curva ture of spine, diseases of the brain, diabetes, paralysis, Bright's disease, heart disease, ap pendicitis, eczema, varicocele and hydrocele pioperly treated Their system of curing Cancers, Tumors. Goiters. Fistula Piles varicocele and enlarged glands with the sub cutaneous injection method absolutely with out pain and without the loss of a drop of blood, is one of his own discoveries and is the most really scientific and certain cure of the nineteenth century Young middle-age and old, single and married men and all who suffer from lost manhood, nervous debility, spermatorrhoea, seminal losses, sexual de cay, faltering memory, stunted development, lack of energy, impoverished blood, pimples, facial blemishes, impediment to marriage, also blood and skin diseases, syphilis, erup tion, hair falling, bone pains, swelling sore throat, ulcers, effects of mercury, kidney, and bladder troubles, weak back, burning urine, pissing urine too often, gonorreah, gleet and stricture receives searching treatment, prompt relief and cure for life He is able to tell anyone his disease He is not likely to doctor his patients for the wrong ailment No incurable diseases taken Both sexes treated confidently and privately Consulta tion and examination to those interested. SI Dr. E Doran Medical Block. ST. PAUL, Minn. FOLEY'S HOHEMAR The original LAXATIVE cough remedy. For coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic Good for everybody. Sold everywhere. The genuine FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is ia a Yellow package. Refuse substitutes* Prepared only by Foley Company. Chioago. Barker's Drug Store. Better Than Spanking. Diaries X7E NOW have in stock a large assorfe- can be had here. Dining STATIONERY DEPARTMENT OF Bemidii Pioneer* Hpanklng does not cure children of bed wettin It reikthat wour it did there would be few child ktha would doIt There lit a constitution a a it The al cause for this. Mm, M. Summers, Box 420 Notre Dame,Jnd. will sendberborne treat ment to any mother. She asks no money, Write ber tods* If your children trouble you in this way. Don't.blame the cbUd. The chances are tbey can't help it. King Detective Service The largest detective service west of Chica go. Competent detectives for all occasions Legitimate detective work transacted for corporations, firms and Individuals In all parts of the world. All business strictly confidential. Write us today about your case Prices reasonable. Advice free 504-505-S06 Century Bkfg. fllnncapoUs. fllno w*Kr,s&c.w.K1No.*.1*. Drawlnsf a Tooth. An elephant had a raging toothache, the agony of which caused her to near ly destroy her caravan. She was thrown on her side and roped to stakes. Two men held a pair of Ice tongs fast round the aching tooth, and a couple of dray horses attached to the tongs by a rope did the rest. The tooth was sixteen Inches long by three inches across. His Complaint. Inkwlrer What became of that .queer patient you were telling me about last spring? Dr. PriceOh, he's got a complaint now that's giving me a great deal of trouble! InkwlrerIn deed! What Is It? Dr. PriceWhy, a complaint about the amount of my bill. Saving Time. "You shouldn't treat your boy so harshly. You'll break his spirit" "Well, he'll probably get married some time, and he might as well have It broken now!" The more violent the storm the soon er it is over.Seneca. -v. HHiVPftjnHiu THE DIAMOND BRAND Ladies! Ask your Druggist for. Cal.eltcs-ter's Puis lit Bed/ ,and Gold metallic boxes, sealed^ 'with Blue Ribbon Take no other. iBuyof your Druggist and ask for CHI-CHI" [ES.TER'8 ENGLISH, the --A Reliable. Sold by Druggists everywhere e&tejiejter Cfceanlnel Clo. PbUadt-lshia. ThsTtaremorsncOall PattsflrMseMIntte United Jtates than of any other make of pattern*. ThiaU oa account of their style, accuracy and simpuclty. Mc year' aumL era Free. number ft eeate. Kverysubscribergets sub Subscribe today. Car Meals 3 fast. than any other. ber.) eiili SO centaVl' a afcCall at- lairAffatsWaatti. Handsem*?rntamk liberal ca.hcommi.alon Pattern Cataioftte( oteoo d irns) and Fremluai Catalogue (Dowin*- 40s premiums watfraa, Address TtfcCALLCO. New V* W. B. Baunibach, President. 0. W. Baumbach. Vice-President. W. L. Brooks. Cashier Lumbermens National Bank O BEMIDJI. Respectfully Solicits Your Business HRB INSURANCE written In the Best Old Line Compani ment of 1907 diaries. The line is suitable for business and professional men. Prices compare favorably with eastern houses and the cheap as well as the very best book on the Burlington n. Jf" en5" are served on the popular pay-only-for-what you-order plan You order just what you wf nt, it is prepared especially for you and seaved correctly and quickly in generous portions. If alight lunch is all you wish, that is all you pay for. If you want a course dinner, you may have it. The cost is mod- erate, averaging about 75 cents for sugper and less for break Business men, traveling men, tourists and particularly family' a, parties, find Burlington dining car service more satisfactory, fk-t lington trains. .RUGG v*l27 vt reasons why you should use Bur-, Let me tell you about them, please. LAWYBRS. WM. B. MATTHEWS ATTOBNEY AT LAW Practices before the United States Supreme Court-Court ot ClaimsThe United States General Land OfficeIndian Office and Con gress. Special attention given to Land con- testeProcurement of Patents and Indian Claims. Refer to the members of the Minne sota Delegation In Crongtem. Offices 420 New York Avenue. Washington, D. D. H. FIBKm&. Attorney and Counsellor at Offics eppojrt* tfoM Markbasm &% P. J.BusselP Attorney at L.aw raniDJi, nam. E. E. McDonald ATTORNEY AT LAW BMSMM. num. Offlc*: Sw4lMck Block PHV5IC1AN5 AND SUROBON5. L. A. Ward, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Diseases of the Eye a specialty. Glasses fitted. Dr. Rowland Grilmore ,%i Physician and Surgeon met* ruiM stock DR. WARNINGER VETERINARY SURQBON Telephone Number aoo St., one block west of ist Nat'l Bank DRAY AND TRAN5FBR. Third ,--s i'Zc Wes Wright, Dray mat Trmmster. Phone 40. 404 Beltrami Ave. Tom Smart Dray end baggage. Phone No. 58 MEN AND WOMEN. Use Bit: CIfor unnatural diact)arges,influnmations, irritations or ulceration, of mucous membrane*. Painless, and not astria gent or poisonous. aid by Dnutliu, or tent in plain wrapper, by express, prepaid, tor $100. or 3 bottles $2 76. Circular sent on request 5afe and Piano moving. 618 America Ave. DBNTIST5. Dr. R. B. Foster, Dr. Phinney SURGEON DENTISTS PHONE 124 MILES BLOCK. DR. J. T. TUOMY Dentist First National Bank BolM'g. Telephone No. 230 A. J. Plemmington of Gemmell was a business visiter in the city last night. Want Ads FOR RENTING A PROPERTY, SELL- _,ING A BUSINESS &t OR OBTAINING :HELP ARE BEST. -^-fVs* Pioneer EAST BOUND. No. 108..Park Bap^s Line..7:10 a. m. (Connects with Oriental Limited at Sauk Centre, arrfveV Minneapolis at 5il5p.TQ, St. Pan! at 5:^-^U^ No. 34.,...-Duluth Express. .12-27 pjm 12:38 am' 1 & W35ST BOUND. No. 33 .FosstoQ Line ....3 52 35 3'10 a No 107 Park,BapldB Line 7,-56pm TTJIJ, llTFOJtllfiEfO* FROM E E CHAMBERLAIN. Agt. Bemidjt, Minn. MINNEAPOLIS, RED LAKE & MANITOBA RY. CO. DallyExcept Sundays. TO REDBY AND RETURN. In effect August 80.1606.. Lv Bemldjl 8 00 am Lv Puposky 8 55 a~m.ArNeblsh Ar Neblsh 9 35 am Lv Nfiblsh.. 9 50 a.m Ar Redby. a .10 30 a.m LvBedby 3*10 m. 3 40 p. LvNebish 3-55 m, AT Puposky .4*35 m. ArBemidJl 5:30 Mionesota Internationa! In Connection with the ..Northern Pacific. Provides the, best train passeneer serviee between Northotne, Funkley Blackduck, Bemidji, Walker and intermediate points and Minne apolis, St. Paul, Fargo and Oulutb and air points east, west and south. Through ooaches between Northome and the Twin Cities. N change of oars. Ample time at Brainerd for dinner. TIME OABD EffecUvo June 4th 1805. Dally except Sunday Oatljaa STATIONS Dally ex. Sunday J- Sundai 6-n a. m. Lva'iiv. Northome.. .Ar p. m. T* *Hjn. Ar..-Pnnkley ^....Uy. p.m.7* 7:10 a m.Lv......Biaekd?iok......L,T T:M A4R Tanetrlk ......tmREI- TuS!le9Jy** 8*30 .......JBemldJI.......... $40 :07.. Lanorte. 5:13 Walker 4:46 10:07 Raokenaaok.. .....44 10:26 Baekue.... *7 10:48 PlneBlver 1:36 0B ..Pequot ...1:18 U-Ortp.m. Ar .....Brainard m.titB Bullhead Lake BrancLvp. -00a Lv. ..KalUber Ar. pan. 8:05 0:46 a. m, At.- .......FonkleJ... .LT. p. m. 7J0 H.P.KY Dally except Sunday 1:80p. m. Lv......Brainerd .Ar. m. 1:06 1:80 ....Little Valla .Lv. U:1C 8:87... ...8t. Cloud m. 11:04 4:fio ......^ajaoka.. .........9:48 8:80 Ar ,..IClBaeapoUs.'.. .....,.Lv. 9t|fl 8:00Ar St. Paul......Lv. a. m. 8:46 Daily 1:80 Lv Brainerd. Ar U:U 1:81. Aitkin Lv am 11:88 fi:M..... Carlton... 9:88 9:08 ...Superior....i..... 8:48 ONE CENT A WORD. No AdvortteeiAcmt Aoeaptad For Vmmm Than IS Cent*. Cash Moat Accompany All Out Of,- Town Ordora HELP WANTED. WANTEDFor^XJ.&.^army^Dle. bodied, unmarried men be tween ages of 21 and 85, citi zens of United States, of good character and temperate abits, who can speak, read and write English. For in formation apply to Recruiting Officer, Miles block, Bemidji Minnesota. WANTEDTwo girls. Mastbe experienced dish washers. Good wages Apply at Arm strong's cafe. .t present phone, 344. WANTEDAn experienced wait ress. One who understands lunch counter work. Good wages. A. Armstrong, or phone 844. WANTED Good girl for gen eral housework. Mrs. Thomas Bailey. FOR SALE. FOR SALE50 jack screws with blocking, bridle chains, cant hooks, cheap. S. N. Reeves. FOR SALEMagnificent moose head, mounted will be sold cheap Inquire at this office. FOR SALE. House and three lots on Dewey avenue will be sold cheap Call on or address J. Gibbons. FOR SALERubber stamps. The Pioneer will procure un kind of a rubber stamp for you on short notice. WANTED. Girl for general housework. Good wages and small family. Apply evenings at 509 Bemidji avenue. COOK WAN IEDGood man coek for a small logging crew wages $45:00 per month. Wire or phone James Stevenson, Akeley, Minn. Excellent place. i FOR SALELogging and driv ing outfits of all kinds, heaters, cook stoves, chairs, blocks, wire cable, sleigh castings, and shoes, harness, tools, rope, wannagan goods etc. Irwin & O'Brien. FOR ISALENew 6 room house, brick foundation, with good well and outouildings, on corner 7th and America, one block from courthouse. This property is worth $1800. Will sell at once for $1350, B. N, Reeves. Phone 141. fP.R. .P.SKI FOR RENT Furnished room with bath. Inquire 609 Be midji avenue. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC LIBRAR Open Tuesdays and Saturdays, 2:30 to 6 p. m. Thursdays 7 to 8 p. m. also. Library in base ment of Court House. Miss Mabel Kemp, librarian. PIANOS. ORGANS SEWING MA-^ CHINES FURNITURE AND HOUSE FUR." NISHINGS. Bought on Easy Payments at. BISIAR.VANDER LIP & COMPANY 311 Minn. Ave, i Repairs for all kinds of Sewing V^-Maphlnes. THE BEMIDJtQRAPHaPHONE COMFY have a nice line ot instruments to gether with the latest & best music PARTIES WISHING SAME CALL ON ~t*.