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We mix paints toorder. Jones fit
A. Carver of Fosston is in town,
C. C. Doty has gone to Minot,
N. D.
John Traynor is in town from
Cass Lake.
Plenty of fresh strawberries at
Peterson's. 63-tf
M. McKinnon arrived today
from Fosston.
Sv A. Potter of Mizpah is visit
ing in Bemidji.
For sale, tamarack wood, any
length. C. E. Carson. 8-tf
Ola Blose of Blackduck is reg
istered at the City hotel.
Tom Harvey at the bat at Reed
& Knudson's. 61-tf
Ed Gallagher returned from
Sheadin today.
H. G. Mooney of Duluth was in
.town yesterday.-
T. S. Hutchins of Crookston is
.in Bemidji on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Ulrickson of
Guthrie are visiting in the city.
Ed Cleef and Ted Kamann of
International Falls are in town.
IT. P. Utley arrived in town
yesterday from Red Lake Falls.
Miss Anna Peterson of Grand
Forks is visiting friends in Be
The Johnnie Pringle Comedy
Ideals are up to date in every
respect. 62tf
Miss Zella Skogen returned
home Saturday from Grand
Furnished rooms for rent over
the Boyer building. Inquire
unstairs. 54-tf
C. Loring and B. D. Keck of
Crookston are registered at the
Dr. Dunlop, Mr. Ebihausen
and Dr. Robinson of Crookston
are in town.
J. Murphy of North Dakota
visited friends in the city Satur
day and Sunday.
If you wish to avoid disappoint
ment order fruits, vegetables
and berries from Peterson. 61-tf
If you want a good, hearty
laugh see Johnnie Pringle's Com
edy Ideals. 62tf
Get your fireworks today and
avoid disappointment tomorrow,
at Peterson's. 63-2t
To obtain the best and quickest
results, use the Daily Pioneer
want column. tf
Nice 25-foot lots for sale in a
good neighborhood$30 and $40.
See T. Beaudette, the tailor. 60tf
Leave orders for hand made
silk laces withMrs. Lillibridge, 919
Bemidji avenue. Collars from
$1.50to$25. 63-6t
A. P. White left for Duluth to
day. From there he will go to
Minneapolis, where he will attend
,he bankers' convention.
NoticeTwo fine residence lots
and small house for sale on lake
shore south of the hospital. See
Beaudette, the tailor. 60-tf
Attorney McBonald left on the
noon train for Cass Lake, where
he has business to come np be
fore the new land office.
Leave your orders for paper
hanging, decorating, painting and
sign writing with Steece, at Beau
dette's tailor shop, 47tf
John Berg and sons, Otto and
Jestus, settlers in north Itasca
county, are in town today. They
express themselves as being very
desirous that the new land office
be located in Bemidji, and fur
ther state that all the people in
their neighborhood have the same
opinions in the matter.
Farm for sale on the west
shore of Lake Bemidii, only one
and one-quarter miles from the
city limits, one-half mile
lake front, and a beautiful spot
for summer
the tailor.
resorts good im
See T. Beaudette,
Our soda water apparatus is
new, neat and clean and produces
the most palatable beverage
known. Peterson. 61-tf
B. F. Bishop returned to Cass
Lake today, after spending sev
eral days with his family here.
Special in ice cream today
Pistachio, nut and New York
with brandied cherries at Peter
son's parlors. 61-tf
W. N. Bowser tried to fire a
giant cracker on the Fourth of
July. He goes to Duluth tomor
row for his health.
One hundred and sixty acres of
good pasture and water two and
one-half miles from town for
horses and cattle. Inquire at
Biff Feed barn. 58-tf
The people have been fooled so
many times on fake shows that
they hesitate to patronize a show
unless they are satisfied that the
company is good 62tf
Comments of a manager, Lake
City, Iowa: Johnnie Pringle
played to a crowded house. Gave
good satisfaction and want him
for a return date. 62tf
Record has been made at the
register of deeds office of the
transfer by J. C. Moore and wife
to John B. Haddock of lots 12 and
13 in block 3 and lots 4 and 5 in
block 7, of Nymore. The con
sideration was $2,500.
/\V. D. Rowe, the cement side
walk expert, went out to Bemidji
this morning to close several
sidewalk contracts. He will have
a large crew of men at work at
that place all summer, and ex
pects to lay nearly as much ce
ment walk there as at Crookston.
Bemidji is a thriving, hustling,
up-to-date town,' and any new
feature which will add to the
beauty of the town, such as ce
ment walks, may be sure to re
ceive hearty support from the
Bemidiites.Crookston Times.
Forgot iMaw.
An exchange says: A farmer
went to town to do som shop
ping. On the way back the
thought came to him that lie had
forgotten something. He took
out his notebook, went over every
item, checked it off and saw that
he had made all the purchases he
had intended. As he drove on he
could not put aside the feeling
thet there was something miss
ing. He took out his notebook
and checked off every item again,
but still found no mistake he did
this several times but could not
dismiss the idea that he must
have forgotten something. When
he arrived home and drove up to
the house his daughter came out
to meet him, and with a look of
surprise asked: "Why, where is
For Sale.
$56080 acres two and one
half miles directly north of the
thriving city of Bemidji this is
a level piece |of land:|with small
timber it should make a good
general or stock farm includes
them, SW, Sec. 28, Twp 147,
Rge. 33.
$1000200 |acres in compact
body, five miles north of the town
of Turtle River, two miles from
shipping station, five miles from
Tenstrike my reports show black
loam soil with clay subsoil sev
eral thousand posts and poles,
which will sell readily at neigh
boring stations: also includes
good meadow land this is as good
land as grows in Beltrami county.
SW of NWJ, Wi of SW Sec. 5,
Ei of SEi of Sec. 6, Twp. 148,
Rge. 32.
302 Guaranty Loan Bldg.,
Minneapolis, Minn.
Death of Mrs. Orwick.
Mrs. Adolph Orwick, wife of
Prof. Orwick of the Crookston
Business college, died Saturday
night at her home, corner of Bel
trami avenue and Tenth street.
She died of consumption, the re
sult of a bad cold contracted last
January. The remains will be
shipped to Crookston today for
interment. There were no
children. The deceased has re
sided in the city since April.
The Daily Pioneer want col
umns are good result getters,
Trv them.
Crowds of People Express Their
Approval of Campbell Bros.' I
The great crowds of people,
numbering in the aggregate over
5,000 persons, witnessed tAvo per
formances of the Campbell Bros.'
circus Saturday, July 4. A
highly favorable verdict was
almost unanimously returned by
those who watched the shows
willi critical eye.
The circus was the great fea
ture of the day. Long lanes of
people lined the streets in the
morning when the parade passed
by, and all day the grounds
where the outfit was camped
were covered with sightseers.
The show was a good, clean
exhibition throughout and was
highly creditable to the manage
ment. One of the most pleasing
features was the absence of any
grafters of any sort working in
connection with the show. Every
thing seemed to be on the square
and perfectly orderly. There
were no rough characters in evi
dence, and those connected with"
the circus were courteous in
their treatment of persons at
tending the performances.
The circus was replete with
thrilling performances. The fam
ily of Japs, the other acrobatic
performers, the aerial artists,
the trained elephants, horses and
dogs and the funny clowns all
came in for a good share of ap
plause. There were about 4,000
people at the afternoon perform
ance alone. The management of
the show stated that the attend
ance was the best they had had
this season.
Europe's Rulers in Visiting Mood.
Each year the crowned heads
Of Europe are turning their at
tention more closely to their
neighbors, to studying their in
dustries and visiting their courts.
King Edward has made calls this
year upon "little brother.'in Por
tugal, upon the King of Italy, the
Pope and President Loubet Of
France. Perhaps' next he will
decide to visit this country, in
which case we can present him
with.the finest beer he ever
tasted, besides other luxuries
known exclusively to Americans.
Golden grain belt beer, the de
licious beer1
referred to, is both
table delicacy and tonic for the
home.-- It's good for all the fam
ily, and should be kept constantly
on hand. Order of your nearest
dealer or be supplied by John P.
Essler, Bemidji.
Cheap Rate Excursion.
The Great Northern railway
announces a grand excursion to
Duluth and Superior July 10th.
Special train will leave Bemidji
9:43 a. m. Round trip rate, $3:
Final return limit, July 12th.
Baseball game, Winnipeg vs.'TJu-
lath, at Duluth July loth, and
Fargo vs. Superior at Superior
July 10th. Northwestern Opera
company, street fair'
and carni-
val at Duluth and many other at
For full information see (J. E.
Chamberlais, agent, Bemidji.
Minn. w-lt
Subscribe for The Pioneer.
Will Appear Tomorrow.
The article explaining the pro
posed incorporation of Bemidji
into a city, which was to have
been published in The Daily Pio
neer today, "will not appear until
tomorrow. There are so few
who fully understand the pro
posed move that no attempt will
be made to secure interviews on
the subject until the article re
ferred to appears.
Subscribe for The Pioneer.
F. O. E.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Beminji Aerie No. 331.
Meets every Sunday at 8 p. m..
Gilmore's Hall.
Joser.ii rlarnng-ton, W. President
H. LeBleu, Secretary
Visiting EsglejJcordiaMy invited.
Achenbaeh'.- Says Offi-
cer Can Do This With
out a Warrant.
Was Claimed That Officer Could
Not Make Such
Several saloon men of the city
have on different occasions ox
pressed it as being their opinion
that a police officer had no right
to enter a saloon and make an ar
rest without a warrant. These
ideas were dispelled this morn
ing by Judge Achenbaeh when
he fined Andy Anderson and J.
Galant. the latter of Solway, $5
each and costs, for fighting in
the Hub saloon.
Last Saturday night the men
were arrested by Officer Helmer.
They claimed that the officer had
no right to arrest them and the
case this morning was the result.
Judge Achenbaeh held that a po
liceman had a perfect right to ar
rest any man creating a disturb
ance in a saloon whether he had
a warrant or not.
Powerful Sermon.
Rev. Wolvern, the young minis
ter of Pittsburg, Pa., who has
been holding Episcopalian serv
ices in the Odd Fellows'Temple
for the past few Sundays, de
livered a powerful sermon last
night to a large and attentive
audience. The evident sincerity
of the minister, supplemented
by his strong powers] of {[ad-
dress and clear and lucid method
of putting a subject before his
hearers has already built him up
a reputation, and each week his
congregation's increase in size.
Hundreds from Outside Were in
Bemidii on July
There were several hundred
outsiders who spentrthe Fourth
of July in Bemidji. The circus
was the main drawing card. The
trains from Blackduck both Fri
day.and Saturday were well tilled
with people coming here to cele
brate, and there were also a great
many from Cass Lake and from
'other near points on the two
roads entering Bemidji.
A showery and cloudy morn
ing put a damper on the early
Fourth of July celebration. Rain
began falling early in the morn
ing and drove to coveFmany of
the small boys with their noise
makers, and likewise old enthusi
asts with their giant firecrackers.
The order issued by the chief of
police relative to tiring crackers
only on the lake shore did much
to keep down the noise. Many
who would have otherwise shot
off the big crackers did not do
so because they were too lazy to
carry them down the lake. The
order- doubtlessly averted ranch
damage, however.
The weather remained cloudy
up to late in the afternoon, inter
fering extensively with plans for
outings and picnic celebrations.
It rained pretty steadily till L0j30
a. m.
Mill Improvements.
The smoke stack at the Crooks
ton Lumber company's mill is
being raised 40 feet and the en
tire plant is being rewired. The
insurance companies caused this
to be done.
"Hsitiens Are Banished.
Washington, July .According to
United States Minister Powell, at Port
au-Prince, by a declaration of the
court of the North, more than fifty
Haitlens have been doomed to per
petual banishment, among them being
the late President Firmin and family
and Gen. Salnave and brother.
The Challenge Issued by Married
Men Has Been Ac
The bowling team, made up of
married men of Bemidji, which
recently won a series of matches
played with the bachelors and
then issued a challenge to any
team in the city to a game, has
had its challenge accepted. A
team has been made up for the
s[ecine purposeof wreaking re
venge lupon the Benedicts 'for
their drubbing of the bachelors.
The date for the match has not
yet been set, but the game will
be pulled off within the next week
or two. The new team consists
of Happy Anderson, A. Wiler,
Mr. Riddle. T. Bailey and O. Pe
r\iLLED i Mia SON.
Fire and Smoke Prevent Rescue Work
at Hanna.
Hanna. Wyo July Of the 234
men entombed by the mine explosion
on Tuesday the bodies of only five
been recovered and all Hope has been
abandoned. Fire and smoke are hin
dering the exploration of the lower
Admitted to Naval Academy.
Annapolis. Md., July .--A number
of additional candidates for the naval
academy successfully passed their
physical examinations yesterday and
were sworn in as midshipmen. Those
who passed Included J. F. Shea, North
Dakota R. L. Spencer, Minnesota It.
U. Stewart, South Dakota.
Killed by an Explosion.
Brazil, Ind., July ..The premature
explosion of a "shet at Superior
Mine No. 1 yesterday afternoon In.
stantly killed Jesse Perkins and fatal
ly injured George Perkins.
Millions Added to the Assessment.
Cleveland, July .Mayor Johnson's
fight to compel large corporations to
pay additional taxes was reopened
when County Auditor Wright an
nounced that he had added $2,787,204
to five public service corporations.
Francis Joseph Keeps Them at Work.
Vienna. July ".As thejleputations
have been unable to agree on the pro
portions to he respectively contributed
by Austria and Hungard toward their
Joint expenditure the present arrange
ment will continue until 1909.
Father Was Sick With Smallpox at the I was a prearranged affair and
Canal Daver. d!? O, fVX
James Dixon was slo and Killed last .D{UU'
Member of the Isthmian Canal Com
mission P^ses Away.
New York. July .George Shalt nek
Morrison a member of the isthmian
canal commission, and one of the lore
most Civil engineers in America, died
in this eiiy last evening. He was con
fined to his bed about six weeks. Mr. j'OU.t ol till*
Marrison gained his reputation ns a
bridge engineer from the five bridges
across the Mississippi, tin across the
Missouri and many ethers.
Seventy Passengers Rescued and
Landed at Marseilles.
Marseilles. July Th.' Italian
steamer Venezuela. from Genoa,
grounded in a log off Selanier island,
nine miles southwest'of here lis sev
enty passengers have been landid,
and tugs have gone toari'd tugs have
gone to the assistance of the steamer.
Blacksmith and
Wago Makers
YJKED & KNUTSON have opened ablacksmith ami wa^on shop one
door south of The Pioneer, anxbsire prepared to handle any and
teF* all work in their line and guarantee satisfaction to all comers. Mr.
Reed makes a specialty of horseshoeinir and trt-neral blacksmith work,
and his work is too* well known to need any introduction to the people
of this vicinity.
Mr. Knutson has been in the employ of the St. Hilaire Lumber
company for four years, and comes well recommended by that company.
Give the new firm a chance to show you what
they can do, and you will not be disappointed
Second door south of postoffice, BEMIDJI, MINN.
George Lefevre Won in the
Log Rolling Contest
And That Prize Money Was
Divided Equally Among
Allen Stewart, champion log
roller of the world, was defeated
by (leorge Lefevre in the contest
held, in Bemidji last Saturday. A
crowd of about 3,000 people wit
nessed the match. It is claimed
by- those in a position to know
that the outcome of the match
't l^'tevre' l,
night by his son Or. Dixon was sick divide the prizes equally anions
with smallpox, having contracted the
disease in helping a dan.nhn-r to. es
cape quarantine. The son was con
fined in the house with his father un
der quarantine. The fact that Young
Dixon, vhen arrested, was taken to
the city prison, caused great excite
ment and indignation.
win and then
the four contestants
The log used is a heavy Nor
way pine 1!' inches through and
one on which no man can use his
science. This fact makes it ap
pear ail the more probable that
Stewart was willing to enter a
fake match, for on a log-like the
one used it is not necessarily the
Scientific man who wins.
The two preliminary matches
to decide who should enter the
final was to be decided by two
throws. In these
Stewart won from Lackey, and
Lefevre from Roach-. The two
victors then mounted the loir,
and in anything hut an exciting
match Stewart was defeated.
Money lor prizes was collected in
the crowd and from tin- business
men before hand It is said that,
O was collected in this man
Frank Burke Was Taken to Fer
gus Falls This After-
Prank Burke, 33 years old, was
adjudged insane in the pro
bate court, this morning and
was taken to the Fergus Palls
asylum this afternoon. Dr. Hen
derson and Dr. Morrison made
the examination.
The case is a jM'culiar one. On
June 2 Burke was examined
but he appeared so rational that
he was left in the care of a friend
to await developments. Develop
ments came and for the last three
nights the friend has had no
sleep Burke refuses to lie down
more than two or three minutes
at a time and he has to be con
stantly guarded to be kept out
of mischief. His favorite trick
is to pull the bed clothes from the
bed and wind them around his
head, seemingly in an attempt to
smother himself. Burke was
married once but his wife left
him. He has (lived in Bemidji
for three vears.

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