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THOMA S SMAR
City Dray and
Safe and Piano Moving
Olfioe In Parvdord&at Building. One
Door North of First National
Atwood & Young
Estimates and Plans Furnished
Before placing your con
tract, we wish to be given a
chance to bid on your work.
C. L. ATWOOD
601 Irv. Ave. Phone 80
JH. M. YOUNG
Res. 1103 Miss. Ave. Phone 325-2
T\trj rvminjrr 50 to 10 50
^atuulu Afternoon WtoJ.W
Jenkins Washes the Dishes
Park Keeper's Troubles
The Tale the Church Bells
The Policeman's Run
Program Changes W ithout Notice
Admission Ten Cents
You will find a complete
line of pianos ai organs of
We have in stock a good
selection of the latest in
Vocal and Instrumental
Music, Dance, Mandolin
and Guitar Folios.
Agents for the
WM. B. MATTHEWS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices before the United States Supreme
CourtCourt of Claims The United States
General Land OfflcuIndian Office and Con
gress Special attention rive to Laud Con-
testsProcurement of Patents and Indian
Claims Refer to tho members of the Miune
sota Delotratlon in Grongress Offices: 420
New York Avenue. Washington,
D. H, FISK
Attorney and Counsellor at La?
O. .c opposite Hotel Marktuun.
E. E, McDonald
ATTOKNEY A LAW
BamldH, ninn. Of'ice: Swedback Block
PHV3ICIAN5 ANO SURGEONS.
Dr. Rowland G-ilmore
Physician and Surgeon
Offfc*: n!!e Block
DR. E. A. SHANNON, M. D.
PhyHl* i n\ and Hrg
Phone 396 Ks. Phone 397
Telephone Number aop
Third St., on* block west of it Nat'l Bank
OKAY ANO TRANSFER.
Phone 40. 404 Beltrami Ave
DR, J. T. TUOMY
ret National Bank Hu Id'*. Telephone No. 330
for ehttdrmnt *afm aure Jio oplatm*
For Pilot, Burns, Sores.
and Dairy Store
315 Minnesota Ave. Phone 125
THE HOME O
Model Ice Cream
I The City
Legal blanks at this office.
All aboard. The North Star
leaves city dock at 9 a. m., 2 30 and
7 30 p. m.
122-15-18 lawn, swiss and dimity
onl 10c at McCuaig's during big
James Sturdevant came down this 1
morning from his home at Tenstrike
and spent the day in the city.*
A. C. McLean, the tie man, went
to Walker this morning on a business
mission. "Mac" is a busy individual,
E. D. Beeson returned this morn
ing frdm a business trip to North
ome, where he had been looking
after his cedar contracts.
J. F. Essler returnedjthis morning
from Big Falls, where he had been
in the interest of the Minneapolis
Brew ing company, of which he is
the general north-countiy represent
Frank Cunningham, manager of
the City Opera House, announces
that the next attraction at the City
Opera House will be "The Woman
of Mystery" company, which will
be here August 8th and 9th.
John Armstrong returned last
evening from an extended visit in
the north country, which included a
visit to International Falls, Baudette
and Winnipeg, and also Grand Forks,
N. D., quite a "swing around the
Dan Dennis returned last night
from Crookston, near which place he
has been working on a farm. He
left this morning, in company with
his son Ray, for Laporte, where
they today attended the funeral of
B. P. McDonald, who died suddenly
in this city Thursday.
V. A. Goodrich, who is the local
representative for the Carpenter
Lamb company of Minneapolis, left
this morning to visit points near
Staples. His company has a big
drive of logs on the Ciow Wing
river, and Mr. Goodrich desires to
ascertain how the driving of the logs
down the Crow Wing is progressing.
they are not able to get good lead
pencils. We carry in stock an ex
cellent line and you can get a HH,
HHH, HHHH, HHHHH, or a
HHHHHH. If you want a soft
pencil try our BB, BBB, BBBB. We
carry the celebrated Kohinor pen
cils, checking pencils, colored pen
cils. To be appreciated the line
must be seen.
Frank Kelley and wife of Mc
last evening. They were accom
panied by Myron and Ethel Plum
mer, son and daughtei of Charles
Plummer,who have been visiting at
the Kelley home in McCanna for the
past month. Mr. and Mrs Kelley
will remain here for an outing of a
week or more. Frank has been here
several times previously and admires
Bemidji and her pleasant environ
ments at this time of the year.
It Is A Sad Fact
It is a sad fact that people in general know nothing
of the food they eat. It is the duty of the physician
to awaken them to the necessity of acquainting them-^
selves with the merits of a food and the reputation of
its producer. Haphazard productions are not the
ones to be trusted, but where science, experience,
experiment and research are factors, hie result must
be meritorious. Under these circumstances we can
feel justified in recommending
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
Ask for Model ice cream.
Fountain pen ink at the Pioneer
James L. George spent last night
WantedGood cook. Inquire at
XA off on all muslin underwear at
McCuaig's during big reduction^sale.
All aboard. The North Star
leaves city dock at 9 a. m., 2:30 and
7.30 p. m.
Typewriter ribbons, nearly all
makes of standard machines at the
Peter Slough spent last night in
the city and left this morning for
his home at Nary.
Mrs. Best of Watertown, S. D.f a
sister of Mrs. H. B. Wood, is a
visitor in the city.
Miss Laura Hanson of Cedar
Falls, Iowa, is visiting at the home
of Mrs. J. M. Neumann.
35c Organdies only 25c, French
organdies only 17c, at McCuaig's
commencing Friday July 26, 1907.
Dr. Palmer, who has been ill for
several days, is again at his office,
attending to his professional busi
William Lennon, the mayor of
Kelliher, came down from his home
this morning and spent today in the
city on business.
L. F. Entrup, the jolly represen
tative for the Eliel-Jermain Drug
company of Minneapolis, arrived in
the city this morning.
Roy Bhler came down this morn
ing from Blackduck, where he has
been doing some surveying for jthe
Grand Forks Lumber company.
Attend the grand concert to be
given at the city hall Saturday even
ing by the Bible Conference Chorus
club. Admission 25c, children 15c.
If you want to go to Alberta,
apply now, as I will be going again
in about ten days. One cent per
mile. C. E. Albrant, Minn. ave
rear First National bank.
C. E. Albrant returned last night
from Alberta, Canada, where he
went with a number of homeseekers.
Charlie says they were well pleased
with the country and all bought
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McClernon
returned last night from Grafton,
N. D., where they attended the
funeral of John McClernon, father
of J. H. The^funeral was held on
Wednesday. Deceased was 79 years
John Larson, who has charge of
the spur tracks along the M. & I.
for the Crookston Lumber company,
spent last night in the city and left
this morning for Turtle River, where
he has work to do on the spur at
H. G. Young, a brotfier of Mrs. J.
P. Lahr, left this morning for
home at St. Cloud, after having
spent a daay in the city, on his re-
We often hear people complain xTn4.- i
National Park. Mr. Young is the
general manager at St. Cloud for the
A. G. Whitney Land company.
Crookston Journal: The Bemidji
Pioneer of Wednesday contained a
very "catchy" caitoon of Walter
Quigley, city editor of the Grand
Forks Press, as an example of the
healthfulness of Bemidji as a sum
me.r resort. Quigley' a big
E. Hawes, the advertising agent
for the Danville & Kasper Amuse
ment company, which shows here
next week, was in the city today,
arranging for advertising the week's
entertainment. He assures the
Pioneer that his company is a far
different organization from the T. I.
Cash Carnival company, which
created such a frost. here last sum
as healthful, nourishing and economical
PalatableNutritiousEasy off Digestion and Ready to Eat
Caa be tervedhot. Put la a hot ovea for a few urinates or cook la boiling milk
My Signature v?\ A JA .110
We make a specialty to sup
ply the home with good baking.
Why worry and take up your
time in cooking during the
warm weather when you can
-procure choice viands at our
W make fresh pies, cakes
cookies, graham bread, cream
bread, buns, and other choice
goods every day.
THE LAKESIDE BAKERY
Squvenir envelopes at this office.
Dr. Wtfrninger went north on the
M. & I. last evening.
Miss Lillian Hunter was in the
city today from Northome.
Attend the musical concert at
city hall Saturday evening.
Duplicate and triplicate order
bo at the Pioneer office.
S. C. Bailey left last evening for,
International Falls on a business
Dr. Blakeslee made a professional
trip up the north line of the M. & I.
M. E. Smith and family will spend
a week taking a vacation at the head
of the lake.
LostGold bracelet. Initial "I.
L." Finder leave same at 713 Min
nesota Ave., for reward.
Don't miss the big reduction sale
of summer goods at McCuaig's
commencing July 26, 1907.
Ed. Shields of Scanlon returned
to his home last night, after visiting
in the city with old friends for three
D. N. Winton of Thief River Falls
who is interested in the new Bemidji
Lumber company, was in the city
R. H. McCoy, president and gen
eral manager of the Grand Forks
Lumber company, was in the city
Mrs. Herbert Wood and little son
returned last evening from Brainerd,
where they have been visiting with
relatives and old friends.
A. E. Whitting, the Blackduck
cedar man, came down from the
"Duck" this morning and will visit
over Sunday with his family.
If you do not have good lusck with
your baking, try Hunt's Perfect
Baking Powder. There is no luck
there, but positive perfection always.
The best musical talent has been
brought together at the Bible Con
ference and they will give a concert
at the City Opera house Saturday
Robert McLain, formerly a resi
dent of this city, but who is now
operating a moving picture machine
at Virginia, Minn., was a visitor in
the city yesterday and today.
Charles Parker returned this
morning from Blackduck, where he
is meeting with excellent success in
securing applications for member
ship in the new M. B. A. lodge which
will soon be instituted at the
Anton Erickson has received a
card from Matt Phibbs, who has
gone on a vacation trip over the
d^Z^.^" Vied by his wife,
Late, Matt, who is accom.
W as at S a,t Ste
Marie, Michigan, -when he wrote the
card and declared that all was well
with them at the time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Conger went to
Minneapolis and St. Paul this morn
ing and from there will visit Mr.
Conger's brother in Oneida, Iowa,
and go from there to Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, their old home and from there
to visit Mrs. Conger's relatives in
the western part of Iowa. Mrs.
Conger will purchase fall millinery
before returning. Miss LaFontisee
will be in charge, of the store during
Mrs. Conger's absence.
"Cy" Hallet Buried Yesterday.
Brainerd, July 27.-(Special to
Pioneer.)The funeral of J. M.
Hallet (better known as "Cy") was
held in this city yesterday afternoon
at 3:30, under the auspices of the
Masonic order, of which Mr. Hallet
was an honored member.
There was a very large attendance
of railroad men and others, at the
services, and a deep feeling of sor
row was expressed on all sides at
the untimely demise of the popular
M. & I. engineer.
J. M. Hallet was 51 years of age,
and was born in Maine.
He pulled the first log traia that
ran over the tracks of the ML & I.,
north from Brainerd, and ateo held
the throttle on the 'first p.assenger
train over that line. $$&
WALKER TEAM WILL
PLAY HERE ON SUNDAY
Visiting Players Recently Defeated the
Strong Akeley Club, 6 to 5
Walker Is Strong.
The baseball game whieh will
be played here on Sunday between
the Bemidji and Walker teams
promisjes to be a fast contest, and
the local "fans" are looking for-
ward to some fine playing.
The local team has another
catcher who will appear with the
team on Sunday and play either
behind the bat with Louie Roy or
cover one of the fields. Manager
Otto will pitch, and the big fellow
is in excellent condition.
The Walker team this season is
the strongest that place ever had.
In addition to having Edward
Rogers, he of the spit ball, tfce club
has got Pippen, formerly a catcher,
to do twirling this year, and he is
doing fine work. The team has fine
new uniforms and make a "swell"
appearance on the field.
The teams will line up as follows
BemidjiSergeant' or Roy c, Otto
Pi Riddell lb, Govro 2b, Erickson
3b, Hazen ss, Johnson rf, Collins Or
Roy cf, F. Carlton If.
Walker Sundby c, Rogers or
Pippen p, Graves lb, Rowe 2b,
Spencer 3b, Nelson ss, DeLury rf,
Pippen or Rogers cf, Fuller If.
The undersigned, M. A. Mc
Naughton, will sell the O.T. Thomp
son stock of general merchandise
at Kelliher, Minnesota, which stock
consists of groceries, dry goods,
boots, shoes and sundries, and also
the fixtures, at public sale on Tues
day, the 30th day of July, 1907, at
ten o'clock of said day, at the store
building formerly occupied by
Thompson at Kelliher, Minnesota,
to the highest bidder for cash, how
ever, reserving the right to reject
any and all bids and to sell the
assets belonging to this estate in
such manner as I shall deem most
advantageous to the estate.
For all further particulars address
the undersigned, M. A.McNaughton,
Trustee, C. R. Stone-Ordean-Wells
Co., Duluth, Minnesota.
M. A. McNAUGHTON, Trustee.
G, B. Burhans Testifies after Four Years
G. B. Burhans, of Carlisle Center,
N. Y., writes: "About four years
ago I wrote you stating that I had
been entirely cured of a severe kidney
trouble by taking less than two
bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It
entirely stopped the brick dust sedi
ment, and pain and symptom of kid
ney disease disappeared. I am glad
to say that I have never had a return
of those symptoms during the four
years that have elapsed and I am
evidently cured to stay cured, and
heartly recommend Foley's Kidney
Cure to any one suffering from kid
ney or bladder trouble." E.A.
Notice of Sale of Bankrupt Stock.
On Friday, the 2nd day of August,
1907, at two o'clock in the after
noon of said day, I will offer for
sale, at public auction, the bankrupt
stock of F. E. Oppegard. The sale
of said stock will take place at the
former place of business of said
Bankrupt at Blackduck, Minnesota.
The stock consists of a full line of
of general merchandise, dry goods
and boots and shoes, in a very
good condition and of the value of
This sale presents antf-excellent
opportunity^ for the purchaser to
acquire an established business for a
small investment of capital.
H. E. Boardman,
Stimulation Without Irritation.
That is the watchword."" That is
what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
does. Cleanses and stimulates the
bowels without irritating in any form.
E. A. Barker.
Concert Saturday Evening.
A sacred concert will be given in
the city hall Saturday evening
under the direction of Rev. M. C.
Martin, of Minneapolis.%
chorus will fill the stage solos and
choruses and instrumental^iections
will compxise the program. xl9,,
Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers
Foley's Honey and Tar affords
immediate relief to asthma sufferers
in the worst stages and if taken in
time will effect a cure E. A. Bar
I have just received a full carload of Columbus
Buggies which are offered for sale at my barn
Double or Single Surreys, two seated open
and Concord buggies rubber tired runabouts
They can be seen at the barn. The public
is invited to call and see them
500 second st. TKomas Newby
Need attention. It will cost you less now than after awhile,
it won'tcost anything to have them examined anyway.
DR. G. M. PALMER
Formerly of Minneapolis
Phone 124. OfficeSuite 9, Miles Block, BerntdJl.lMlnn.
We are headquarters for choice gro
ceries, canned goods, fruits and ber
ries, and can supply the picnic parties
with the best in this line.
Creamery butter and strictly fresh
eggs constantly kept in stock.
rich, healthy, and luxuriant.
No, need to ask if you want your hair
JL JHUria We know you do! Ayer's Hair Vigor,
new improved formula, will give it just
W JT\ that appearance. An ideal hair dress
ing. Ask your doctor about it.
publish the formula* J. O. Arer Co.
Roe 61 Markuserv
Now Is The Time/
To purchase a building site in
Bemidji. We have a number of
choice building lots which may
be purchased on reasanable terms
For further particulars write or call
Bemidji Townsite and Im
H. A. SIMONS. Agent. Swedback Block. Bemidji.
Great Northern Railway
North Dakota Chatauqua
Devils LakeJune 29thJuly 10th
Following is a partial list of attractions for the first week: T)
June 29. Speeches by Prof. Thos. Shaw and Gov.
Cummings of Iowa.
Julyl. Lecturesby MissOlofKrarer and Dr.Payne
July 2. Address by U. S. Senator Hansb( ro.
July 3. Lecture by Hon. Smitlr Stimmel, first
President of the Chatauqua.
July 4. Oration, Governor Burke. T~*r
July 5. Lecture, Guy Carleton Lee. ^vt
July 6. Address, John G. Wooley.
These are only a few of tfee principal events. Musical organi
sations, quartets, readies, stereopcicon lectures and
.g-ames of the North Dakota Central Xeague.
BOATING, BATHING, ATHLETIC ClkASSES
Complete program may be had by addressing Edgar LaRue,
Secretary, Devils Lake, N. D.
Special Rates. Ask G. N. Agent
The Dadlyf Piorveer
40c per Month***..
of all our preparation!. Lowell.