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THE CITY Fresh oysters at Peterson's. We mix paints toorder. Jones 6 Dr. Dunlop, of Crookston, is at the Markham. Clyde J. Pryor, of Crookston, is in the city. Tonight, Bert J. Royce in "At Sweden Valley." D. J. Beauregard is an arrival from Blackduqk. If you want to rent a house call on E. J. Willits 127-tf A. Hill and O. Blocker are the citv from Northome. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arne Solberg yesterday. For RentRestaurant at Blackduck. Apply R. A. Stanley. Eddie Bancroft, the Blackduck saloon man, is in the city on busi ness. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf The Mesdames R. A. McCuaig and G-. M. Owens, of Tenstrike, are in the city. A. O. Johnson and J. J. Opsphl are among the Turtle River peo ple in town today. Short mill wood for sale. $2 per load, delivered. Crookston "Lumber Company. 113-tf Mrs. W. F. Street arrived in town this morning from Anoka for a week's visit with friends. A serious cutting affrayA big, cut, a little cut, and all kinds of cuts cured by Mark's Car bolic Salve. City Attorney Russel is at Northome on a land contest case and will not return to the city until Friday morning. There is a time for all things, so it is said. Mark's Sarsaparilla is a good blood purifier at any time and every time. You are cordially invited to our elegant oysterjparlors for a rest and visit whether you wish to order anything or not. Peterson. Carl Rusness, a Fargo printer, is in the city for a visit with his sister, Miss Emma Rusness, and is doing stunts on the Pioneer in the meantime. George Markham has received a letter from his uncle J. M., who is now at Hot Springs, Ark., taking a course of the famous Hot Springs baths. Guy Remore, who has disposed of his interest in the summer hotel at Lake Plantagenet, is in the city today. Mr. Remore leaves in a few days for Virginia, where he expects to reside in the future. The demand for men for the woods still continues good at all the local employment offices. All have many orders in advance and there are not enough men in the city to keep pace with the de mand at present. D. F. Seerey, of the Burling ton Lumber Co.. was in the city this morning. The Blakely & Farley people who have already started several camps in this vicinity are expected to put in 15,000,000 for the Burlington Co. this winter. DR. FOSTER DENTIST MILES BRICK BLOCK, BEMIDJI, MI.VX. The Berman Emporium Reduction Sale of Millinery TuesdayiWednesda My. Line of Ladies' Box Coats and Louis XIV Style is more extensive now than ever, and as I am crowded for room will jiv a discount of 20 per ceqt oi all cloaks, botlj ladies' ai}d children's, Tuesday,Wednesday and Thursday Largest line of Waists and Skirts in the city. New stock just received. Fancy groceries. Peterson. Nearly all the November maga zines are now in. Peterson. Fresh roasted peanuts and pop corn every evening at Peterson's. 'Twill be better to take Mark's Lung Balsam than to wish you had. Lowney's chocolate bon bons are the best. For sale only at Peterson's. G. B. W. Nelson left this after noon for a two weeks visit at Detroit, Mich. When you want something nice in fruit or confectionery you will come to Peterson's. A pretty face and a beautiful complexion always appear after using Mark's Sarsaparilla. Hot beef tea, chicken broth, tomato bouillon and other pal atable and nourishing drinks served daily at the soda fountain or in the parlors. J. Peterson,Jr. Geo. Taggart leaves today for the Pacific coast where he will spend some time in looking over the country and may decide to locate permanently. Mr. Tag gart has been a resident of Be midji for several years and the best wishes of many friends go with him. Duck Shooting Good. Dr. Robertson is in the city today, returning to his home at Crookston, after having spent a week duck hunting near Turtle river. The doctor is taking home a fine bag or birds and reports that the shooting is very good. There are a large number of hunters in the Turtle River cou n try and all are meeting with good success. The geese have been coming down in large numbers for the past two days, but the flight is too high to interest the man who is armed with a shot- East Road Fixed Up. A force of men who have been busy the past week fixing up the bad spots on the Nymore road will conclude their labors today. Some of the heavier grades have been cut down and the road has been put in the best condition possible. It was for some-time impassible and as it is practically the only highway to this city from the east caused no end of inconvenience. OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT THE GREAT COMEDIAN BER J. ROYC E -AS- OLE OLSON IN THE GREAT SWEDISH COMEDY AT SWEDEN VALLEY Supported by a big com pany. Every piece of scenery special. Spec ialties between acts. 3 HCTS 3 It's Up to You Want Golamn Advertisements Inserted under this heading for one cent a word each in sertion, advance: no advertisement accepted for less than fifteen cents FOR REXT ^-room house in good location, with pump and large wood shed. In tine con dition. Wes Wright. 138-tf FOR SALEShort mill wood. 6:2 per load, delivered.Crookston Lumber Company. 114-tf FOR SALETwo thousand cords of 16-iu.eh wood. Wes Wright. 3-1tf FOR SALENice, buffalo coat. Call at M. G. Slocum's Music store. t05-tf FOR SALEFine, largo wood heater, practically new. Can be had cheap. Apply to Mrs. E. J. Aehenbach. 154-tf FOR SALE at a bargainA tine typewriter, as good as new, a cow, will milk all winter, a driving or delivery horse with new harness and buggy. G. Loftlield, oil Minnesota avo., Malzahn block. "154-tf FOR SALEA good second hand piano, cheap. Inquire at this office. 154-tf FOR SALE -Four room house and two lots in South Beinidji, $275. Part cash and balance (jii time. Lang & Carter. r2- INSURE your buildings in the G-erniania Insurance Co. of New York. Lang & Carter, Agents. di*26-w30'-tf WANTEDPosition for winter by young man with business experience. Apply, at Pioneer office. 132-4 SITUATION WANTED As head sawyer, experienced in fitting up saw mill machinery. Apply at Pioneer office. STRAYEDOne red cow, one spotted steer, one red steer. All have horns. A. Paquin. Call at this office. FOR SALE OR TRADEStore building at Xy more. Will con sider good city lots or farm property close to village. In quire at Pioneer office. 145-tf FURS! Rich and Varied Assortment. All New Styles for the Coming Season. Our display is unequaled in the entire northwest. Now is the time to make yur selections. Liberal discount on orders placec now, and we keep goods till needed. Repairing, Remodeling and Dye ing a Specialty. Prices Moderate. References: R. B. Griffith and Sig Wolff, Grand Forks Fontaine & Anglim, Crookston. CHARLES V0GEL at Sig Wolff's Department Store, Grand Forks, N. D. BERT D. KECK ARC JI I Plans and Specif'citions for All Kinds of Buildings, Brick Blocks, Court Houses, Hotels, School Houses, Churches and Fine Residences CROOKSTON, MINNESOTA The General Jin n... of people do not give sufficient at tention to the quality of the jewelry they pur chase. At leant not before the purchase Jt is very necessary that they .should do so at S'jnae stores. Egamipe 0 watches closelyor buy them '"on th run! i and ineithee case everything will be .sati-fac 10 Nothing will be found to cause disappoint- ment. Everything in ttiis remark- ably well bal anced stock of Silverware Et 5- of the kind and quali that please, particular people. E.K. BARKER llii) 1 v'- r. 1 DEALS I N DIRT Several Transfers Recorded by Bemidji Townsite Company Yesterday. Bemidji real estate is moving very satisfactorily and building lots are selling very readily at the offices of the Bemidji Town site and Improvement Company. Lots 25 and 26 of block 22, in the original townsite of the village of Bemidji. were yesterday sold to Mary A. Wartield for a considera tion of $600 and are to be used as a site for a handsome residence property.*' By another transfer, ibt 22 of block 6 of the Second ad dition wfs sold to Mrs. Mary A. Cochran for a consideration of $100. It will also be used as a site for a dwelling house, I AMUSEMENTS I Bert J. Royce, in "At Sweden Valley,'' will be the attraction at the city opera house tonight ami the indications are that the* popu lar comedian in the popular piece will be greeted by a large house. There is much in "At Sweden Valley" that recommends itself to the theatre goer who enjoys an evening of unalloyed fun, and it is not the stagy horse-play stu ff, but the brightest conceivable bits of nonsense that the versatil itv of the clever writer lias been able to produce. The specialty program is especially strong and some of the acts have been head liners in vaudeville at some o: the best houses in the country. "OleOleson," the Swede char acter is said to be inimitable. He is the natural Ole Oleson that is seen in this section every day, not a painted, hideous misropre- WE F. O. E. Fraternal Order of Eagles, IJemin.ii AericNo.351 .Meets every Sunday at 8 p. m., Qilmore's Hall. Josef nrlarnngton, W. President I H. UBIeu, W. Secretary Visiting Eairles cordially invited. $15.00 buys one of our nobby suits or overcoats, fully as good as' any tailor made garment for which you pay $2o. I. Meyer & Co. HIG AR CLOTHIERS. sentation. He lias the same troubles that the unsophisticated people of this country always have1 but withal he comes out a hero and unscathed. F.verybody who is long on a hearty laugh may rest assured that there is an opportunity to enjoy himself with Mr. Rby.ce tonight. Died at St. Anthony's. George II. Cheever, of Cham pagne, ill., died at St. Anthony's hospital of consumption last night. Mr. Cheever came to this section some time ago in the hope that his health would be benefitted. He had been an in mate of the hospital hut two weeks and is hut little known in this city. The remains were taken in charge by his brother in-law, A. H. Bryan, who is a cousin of W. .1. Bryan, and will be taken to his old home at Champagne, for interment, to night. Resume Work on Ditch. Contractor ,1. 1 inkinson and a large force of men resumed work on the Crass Lake ditch yesterday. The .work which has been considerably delayed on ac count of wet weather will be pushed to completion as fast as possible and if everything goes well it is hoped to have it com pleted by the middle of next month. County Dads in Session. The county commissioners mot at the courthouse this afternoon The session is, comparatively speaking, unimportant, and aside from the usual routine business, there is nothing of importance to come before the board. The session will probably be con cluded tonight. The Daily Pioneer want col minis are good result getters. Try them. Announcement are now located in our new store room in the Swedback block. We are not quite settled yet, but will be pleased to have you call and inspect our new goods. It is our object to make our store the most complete grocery house in the city and anything not found on our shelves will be willingly obtained for you. Bemidji Mercantile Comp^ny A Coming Treat. Too much praist- cannot be given the K. P. lodge for engag ing the Schubert Symphony Club and Lady Quartette of Chi- ranged, cago to apjx-a:' here on Oct. 21. Park Rapids Wants Game. This company is in its tenth year gflHaHBBHHBHnBHBHBUHHi of success, and is acknowledged everywhere to be the most "up- to-date" usicalCompany travel ing, Everybody likes music and everybody enjoys a hearty laugh. A delightful blending.of pure fun and fine music is one reason why the above company has won its way to the top notch of public esteem. SLOT MACHINES Numerously Signed Petition Asks Council to Regulate Their Use. A numerously signed petition. was last night presented to the city council asking that body to take action looking towards re moving the slot machines from business houses down town which are frequented by child ren. The jx'tition states that small boys and girls frequently acquire the habit of gambling through the slot machines and it is aimed more expressly at the candy and cigar stores than any thing else. The- }otitio was re" eeived and placed on hie upon motion of Recorder Bailey. An other petition asking that the city council take stops to enforce the law prohibiting the sale of tobacco to minors was also pre sented and tin1 same disposition was made of it. The W. C. T. U. and other holies' organizations of the city were responsible for the circulation of the two papers. Both are very largely signed. They will be given due consider ation by the council. Will Be Three Stories. Work on the new hotel on Bel trami avenue which is being con structed by Avery Smith is being pushed as fast as possible. The building will be three stories, covered with corrugated iron, and will be ready for occupancy in about three weeks. Sim* Lee (iets His. Sing Lee, proprietor of the Chinese restaurant on Beltrami avenue was coh'vlcted of a charge of assault and battery in JAidjffe Reynold's court this morning and sentenced to pay a fine of $.* and costs, amounting in all to $15. Park Rapids team is one of the fastest high school teams in this section and will be given a game. The date lias not yet been ar- LetUs Manager Wright of the local I I MCyGF ix \j0. football team has received a let ter from the Park Rapids (dub and they are anxious to take on the bunch nun tins city. The help you pay less and dress better. Our Suits and Overcoats are worthy of inspec tion.