See HelTron tor pasture. 4-6
Jack Caivert retimed today from
Strawberries every day at Peter
J. O. Cowan of Blackduck. is in the
Let Lang &'Carter handle your in
C. 'N. Stockwell of Duluth in calling:
on the hardware trade.
A. P. Johnson of Crookston is call
ing on friends in the city today.
Ed Gallagher of Moose is transact
ing business in the city today.
Geo. Dewey of Park Rapids was
seen on our streets this afternoon.
C. G. Johnson and son of Black
duck are registered at the Markham.
Mrs. Norman Helmer left this week
for a visit with her parents at Vern
Attorney Benry Funkley of Black
duck is circulating around the city to
O. A.Wetzke, owner of the Kooch
iching townsite. stopped off in the city
Gust Engelking was in the city to
day enroute from Phena to Grand
Children are delighted when they
get their candy from Peterson's. It
is always fresh. 1-tf
A fine nine pound boy was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Jinkinson yesterday.
Mother and child doing well.
Prices and quality to suit every
body in need of garden hose.
Jerrard Plumbing Co*
Harry Darling, advance man for
*'A Thoroughbred Tramp," was in
bh city yesterday.
Nothing pleases a young lady more
than a box of delicious bon bons
bought at Peterson's. 1-tf
Adolph Ovick of Crookston pur
chased a house and lot of Street &
Gibbons in the Second addition.
TVe keep fruit when it is scarce as
well as at other times. We have the
best always. J. PETERSON, JR. _l.-tf
Sam Collard, who has been working
for Blakeley & Farley the past winter,
Vis now working for Frank Longcoy.
The Bemidji Mercantile company
have just received a very large ship
ment of fine dairy butter. 2-tf
County assessors are holding a
meeting in the commissioners rooms
today. They are getting their sup
Ole Peterson returned yesterday
from Brainerd and has again taken
his old position in Barney Burton's
Mrs. Chas. McCarthy left this morn
"ing for New York Mills, where she
was called on account of the sickness
of her father.
Joseph Barry of Langdon and At,
rtorney James Barry of Inkster, N. D.
are visiting their nephews here, Geo.
:and E. J. Young.
Howard Bailey is in Turtle and Far
ley today placing consignments of Be
midji Favorites among the business
.men of those places.
D. K. Mclyer, manager of Blakeley
& Farley's camp at Farley, took thirty
men to that place this morning to
work on the drive.
P. Young and L. G. Pendergast
leave for Phena today with a party of
landseekers. They will try and sell
their claims in that country.
Any paint won't go on all surfaces,
but each surface wants a special treat
ment. It is our business to mix paints
to stay on any surface. Jones. 6tf
We now have the selling' of lots in
Bailey's addition. These lots are 50
feet in width. The prices are low and
terms of payment easy.
1-3 LANG & CARTER
Mrs. H. Wilson received a telegram
from Hudson last night informing her
.of the serious illness of her father.
She left for that place this morning.
Guy Woods, who has been employed
in the Senate restaurant for some
time, will go on the drive toworrow,
Edman Jewett takes his place in the
W have the only complete
stock of Gard en Hose in the city.
We bought a large quantity aud
can give you interesting prices.
Jerrard Plumbing Co.
The Battenburg doily which was
raffled off by the young ladies' sewing
circle, of the Catholic church, on
Wednesday evening was won by Miss
Rose Burington number seven being
the lucky number.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stanfield arrived
from Cass Lake in response to a tele
gram announcing the serious illness
of Mrs. Stanfield's brother, Perry
Reynolds. Mrs. Reynolds, his mother,
arrived today. Yesterday word was
received that a sister in Cleveland
had, died shortly alter the telegram
from here arrived.
The Jerrard Plumbing Co.
have all grades and all prices in
garden hose. W will save you
To The Public.
THE DAILY PIONEER will be
sent gratis for one week. Dur
ing that time a solicitor will call
on you and make arrangements
for a continuance. At the expi
ration of this time we will send
papers only to those who have
announced their intention of be
coming subscribers. The paper
will be ten cents per week deliv
ered every afternoon by carrier.
We mix paints to order. Jones. Gtf
1 H. J. McCarthy was an arrival this
I John Winholz is a visitor from
Lots in Bailey's addition for sale
by Lang & Carter. (-1
James Brannen left for Nary this
O. Myran of Convent transacted
business here today.
John Olson and wife of Bridgie are
visiting friends here.
A. O. Johnson of Turtle is register
ed at the City hotel.
Mrs. Frank Longcoy is laid up with
the lagrippe this week.
H. O. Willey is down from Turtle
River on business today.^
Mrs. Freeman Doud left for Fosston
this afternoon to visit her sons.
Christ Olson and little daughter left
for the Twin cities this morning.
~~Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gould arrived
from Minneapolis on the noon train.
W. B. Morristown is looking over
the city with a view to locating here.
Matt Phibbs made a business trip to
Blackduck last night, returning this
Not how cheap, but how good, is
our motto. You can alwjays get the
best at Peterson's. 1-tf
Solan Frisby, foreman for Irwin &
O'Brien, transacted business for the
firm here today.
Geo. E. Johnson of Guthrie and S.
E. Halrun were among those register
ed at the City hall yesterday.
Frank Desmond returned from Por
tal, N. D., last night, where he has
been looking after his claim.
We do not handle ready mixed
paints. Our paints are mixed to or-'
der with the best lead and oil. Jones.
New Photograph Gallery.
M. J. Morse of Morristown, Minn.,
has located in the city. He purchased
a lot from Lang & Carter on the cor
ner of Fifth street and Bemidji avenue,
facing the lake, and will erect a resi
dence and a potograph gallery. Mr.
Morse is greatly pleased with, the
growth of the city, and deeply regrets
that he did not locate here when he
first looked the town over two years
ago. He savs that wherever he has
been every one i3 "talking Betai&ji."
Lang & Carter today sold to A.
Orick the residence recently erected
by John Gibbons on Beltrami be
tween Tenth and Eleventh.
Bennie Simonson found the valuable
papers advertised as lost in the Ada
Herald and for which a liberal reward
was offered for the finding, yesterday
afternoon. The papers were valued a
about $4,000 and Bennie received a
dollar for his trouble by the First
State Bank of that village.
Got Sixtv Days.
Victor Harris was sentenced to sixty
days in the county iail by Judge Gus
taphsoh Friday afternoon for stealing
a rifle from Edward Donaldson of
that place. He is also charged with
stealing a team and wagon of E. S.
Shook & Co. He will have a hearing
on the latter charge as soon as, his
Clearwater Case Hearing.
Attorneys Holeton & Hagen are
busy preparing the brief for the Clear
water county case that will come up
in the supreme court May 5th. Judge
Mills, who was in the city yesterday,
is associated withjthem in conducting
the case, and gave some valuable ad
vice while here.Crookston Journal.
N. G. Church of Eaele Bend has
rented the building formerly occupied
by J. Peterson jr. and will put in a
large stock of confectionery, fruits
etc. Mr. Church says he will have an
up to date stock and hopes to build up
a good business in our city.
Moves Next Week.
J. Peterson jr., is fitting up the old
O'Leary & Bowser building and will
move his stock of confectionery into
same next week. Mr. Peterson has an
excellent business and will undoubt
edly do well in his new location.
Get prices on garden hose from
the Jerrard Plumbing Co. W
will save you money.
REVISED GAME CODE.
Important Changes Made In the
State Game Laws By State
Adequate protection for the
game fish, birds and animals of
the state is very near assured in
the passage of the Morgan bill.
The old game laws were in bad
shape. Some had been proved
defective, and others unconstitu
tional by the courts, and most
were very difficult to understand.
Te new code is couched in simple
language and every precaution
is taken to make it valid in every
An important change is the
one which applies all the money
received from licenses to sus
taining the work of the depart
ment. This will add $12,000 or
15,000 a year to the amount
available. As the standing ap
propriation is continued at $40,-
000 a year, they can employ more
The gun license feature of the
bill was cut out, but the coupon
system of licenses was retained.
The big game license for resi
dents of the state was raised to
$1. With it goes five coupons,
three for deer, one for moose and
one for caribou. The holder of
the license can ship the animals
with coupons attached to his own
county, but nowhere else. Non
residents still pay $25 for a big
game license, which entitles them
to ship two de*er, twenty-five
birds and fifty pounds of fish out
of the state. They can geta
small game license for $10 which
will entitle holder to ship the
birds and fish.
Another important change lim
its the number of birds a hunter
may have in his possession at one
time. He is limited to 100 ducks
and fifty birds of other kinds.
The open season for quail is
made fifteen days later, running
from October 15 to December 15.
The opeo season for bass begins
May 29, to permit fishing on May
30. Spearing of pickerel, suck
er, red horse and bullheads for
family use and without lights, is
permitted from March 15 to
ACRE lots in Lang's addition $100
$25 cash, balance any old time.
Lang & Carter.
FIVE ACRE gardening tract in the
city limits on $250. Lang & Carter.
LANG & CARTER exclusive agents
for Bailey's addition.
WANTEDFifty head of cattle to
pasture by H. L. Heffron. 4-6
TH E CHURC
Services Will Be Held At the
First M. E. Church, Corner of Bel
trami avenue and Ninth Street.
Morning services, 11 a. m. Sunday
school, 1: 2 in.: Junior Ktnvorth League.
4 p. Senior League,, 1:15 n. m.:
evening services, 8 p, m. Rev. Foster
will address the 1. G. 0. F. on the oc
casion of the eighty-fourth anniver
sary of the order at 3:30 p. m. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all.
.First Presbyteriafl church, Corner
Minnesota Avenue and Fifth Streets.
Morning services, 11 a. m. Sunday
school. 12 in.: Junior Christian Kn
deavor, 2i3jl p. in.: V. P. S. O. E., 1:'M)
p. m.: evening services. S p. in.:
prayer meetings Thursday
Avenue and Eighth Street.-
Preaininir at 12 a. in.: Sunday school
12m.: Junior Union..5 p.m. :Y.1\ S.C.K.
7. Subieet of morning service: IV
ency. Provision, Protection:" even
ing, "The tiospel in Song."
MARK HIS BIRTHPLACE.
Captured Spanish Cannon Where Ad
miral Sampson Was Born.
Washington, April 25. The navy
department lias issued orders that the
birthplace of the late Rear Admiral
Sampson, at Palmyra, N. Y., be
marked with one of the five-inch guns
of the Spanish warship 'Oquendo. The
guns and other trophies taken at the
battle of Santiago have been on exhi
bition at Norfolk for the last three
years. The Oquendo was one of the
ships that escaped from the fight at
the mouth of Santiago harbor and got
a few miles up the coast before being
c. M. MCCARTHY,
1 I 1
Rev. H-iggins will preaeh in the
morning and evening.
first Baptist Church, Corner Bel
Reopened under ne management.
Strictly first class in every par
ticular. Prices reasonable. We
are ready to meet all comers.
Caters to the best in the city.
Granite Floor Finish
WALL PAPER and PAINTS
W. G. JOflES
OHice Opp. City Boat House.
Mayo Warrants Every Bottle.
If troubled with rheumatism give
Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It
will not cost you a cent it does no
good. One application will relieve
the pain. It also cures spraias and
bruises in one third the time required
by any other treatment. Cuts, burns,
frostbites, quinsy, pains in the side
and chest, glandular and other swell
ings are quickly cured by applying it.
Every bottle warranted. Price 2o and
50 cents. Mayo's drug store.
That is what one of cur customers said
after ho had used
A Majestic Range
which we sold hinv ten days ago. We asked
him how he was Mir.ed with the Range* Tho
answer was that if he could not get another
Majestic he would not sell it for 100.(30.
Buy a Majestic Range and you take no
McCiiaig & Ludington.
Phone Xo. 1. Bemidji. Minn.
i City Hall Furniture Store.
J. P. LAHR. Prop.
Carries a full and complete stock of entirely new
furniture, wall paper, picture mouldings floor paints,
do-carts, boy's express wagons. See our sample line
of Schuneman & Evans' carpets. They are tho best on
the market at the lowest prices.
Don't fail to see onr Stock Before Buying.
raj A full line of caskets, coftins and undertakers'
(H supplies. Licensed Embalmer. All calls promptly
J. P. LAHR.
Phone 178 Bemidji, Minn.
Now Is The Time
TO BUY YOUR
A Fine Stock to Pick from, Prices Ranging From
Give us a Call Before Buying. EASY TERMS.
Reynolds & Son
114 Beltrami Ave. Phone iro
Comfort Swing Chair
Made entirely of metal and fancy colored canvas. The material is light
and firmly braced, finished in black enamel. Folds compactly, occupy
ing space of only 4'* 31 inches. Is set up or folded by removing only
four stove bolts. Perfectly simple.
In the Comfort Chair. There's no argu
ment necessary its simply a fact. Sit
ting or reclining. Swinging or not.
Just good old Comfort. Put the ghair
anywhere. You don't need a great big
'lawn with trees or a great big anything.
Any little shady corner will do. You
can put the chair where the shade is and
move it if the shade moves. The inde
pendent standards which are a part of the chair do it all.
Suppose you call and see it.
You do not need to b\iy
But you probably willother people do,
Because the price is only $4.75.
THE FURNITURE MAN, BEMIDJI, MINN.
Xotiee to Public.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
indebted to this company that J. C.
Moore is no longer connected with the
company in any capacity, and is nob
authorized to receive money belonging
to the company or to transact any
businesa whatever in its behalf.
April 6th, 1903.
THE BEMIDJI TOWNSITE & IMPROVE-*-'*'"
ME N'T COMPANY.
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