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Others claim they have the only jewelry in the city. OUR GOODS ARE STANDARD Rodgers' 1847 Knives and Forks $3.50 AL E. WINTER Leading Jeweler, next door to First Natioual Bank I %2 111 %J of Floxirs The highest product of modern milling Equipped with the most modern machinery, situated in the heart of the Red River Valley, we produce a Hard Wheat Flour Thaa can't be beat. Try it Crookston Milling Company Closing .'Out \3 1 6 Having sold our building we must close out our entire stock inside of 30 days regardless of cost Our stock consists of the best selected line of Hard- ware in the city, including Builders* Hardware, Mechanics* Tools, Tinware, Stoves, Ranges, Farm Implements, Wagons, Paints and Oils also a complete line of Sporting Goods F. MALZAH N THIRD STREET, BEMIDJI, MINN. asaB&maemBUBE&isw^ss^jaMims&xmaR 'VNWVWW^M^^VWWAM.V^ LAKESIDE STUDI O O the Lake Front Picture work of all descriptions Lake views on sale Fine art work Satisfaction guaranteed-Moderate prices Best Cabinet Photographs, 2.00 per dozen. J. MORSE PHONE 2:27 Peerless Steam Laundry TRAYERSY & DERBY. Props. 309 America Avenue Bemidji AT THE Fair Variety Cash Store Underwear Caps China ware Toys NOTIONS OF ALL kINDS Third Street West i IJ O N. Hakkerup For up-to-date photogvaphicwork at reasonable prices. Crayon onlargom on t. and portraiture work. Fine new stock of picture frames. Cabinet photos $2.50 up Third Street, Near Lake Front W. C. JONES Only paint shop between Duluth and Crookston Paints Oils Glass Varnishes Kalsomines Brushes Full Line Latest Wall Papers Jay Reynolds Attornev-at-Law. Office Over Lumbermens Hunk Why is it that Daily Pioneer want ads bring such good results? The smallest want ad is care fully road each day by hundreds of jXiople. A few cents' expend iture puts you in close touch with hose hundreds. PHONE 250 rs352s?xi5ac&&saimKEBGmBB/a PROFESSIONAL ..CARDS.. Bailey & McDonald LAWYERS Bemidji, .tinn. Office: .Mile Block D. H. FISK Attorney and Counsellor at jft YV Offfce over First National fiunk Dr. Rowland Gilmore Physician and Surgeon Office: nilc.s Block G-ibbons & Torrance Collections Clt Kol t-ftutf Attorneys at h:nv E. F. Crawford Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office: Boston Block Dr. E. H. Marcum Physician and Surgeon BEMIDJI, niNN. Dr. J. T. Tuomy DENTIST Office osr Barker'* Drug Store. Third St. Dr. E. H. Smith Physician and Surgeon Office: Boston block Office Phone, 7 Home Rhone, P. J. Russell Attorney at Law ui:ruiji niNN. PILLSBURY' S BES We are the exclusive dealers in Bemidji for this popular flour. We carry also a com plete line of the Bell high grade coffees, Flour, Feed, Hay W. G. SCHR0EDER Dt-aler In General Merchandise Minnesota Avenue II O N E 9 Historic Portrait Spoiled. Among the best portraits *n that equuls it. the white hoiB prevloiiH to the recent "renovation was that of Mrs. Benja min Harrison by Daniel 'Huntington, for many ywire America's foremost portrait paHter. In tho "restoration" thia portrait has been renting to suit som* modern interpretation of the alleged original plan of the mansion by George Wash in."ton. In doing thiB the paint, has bfien scratched and scraped and in some Important spaces has been knocked off entirely. Worse than this, a holo about three inches long has been punched in th canvaa. To obtain the best and quickest results, use the Daily Pioneer want column. The Wonde Heating Stove Tor a wood stove there is nothing Economical, durable and profit- able. It is belter to have one of these stoves in your house than an expensive' furnace. See the cold and hot air drafts. Vour floor will never be cold if \ou use a WONDER HEATING STOVE- Sio, $12 and $15 and there is nothing under the .sun .that equals them. Special .sale on common heating stoves from $2 up. Respectfully yours, J. A Ludington BEMIDJI. MINN. BACKWOODS SKETCHES By A. M. QREELRY Awful Results of Reading. "Newspapers do more hurt than good said Mr. Jones cm piratically "It's them cusset smooth as grease advertisements in 'em that saves the devil a Jot of work*. My dad would break my head open if he caught me glancing at a paper and he was right. lie got a job through reading a paper 6iice, and soon after got mashed on his boss1 daughter and married her before he sobered up. He's been cuss ing mad at papers ever since. "I'd be out of the woods living like a white man now. if I hadn't been caught by a boom paper. That paper filled trie so full of backwoods boom that I haint had no room for my meals since. "There's my next neighbor. The papers fixed 'im plenty, They made him li inker for An gQ.rti goals and his wife got touched- by an organ advertise ment. So they-mortgaged their claim. Lie botfghtgoats and she bought a organ. She took music lessons and pounded away day and night, until there wasn't a leer or bear left in the district. The only way to kfi&p the goats in the same-county was to fie 'em ill the barn. The poor man got \vjld. and one day he broke the pkyio stool over her head, car ried the organ to the barn and sol it atire. It burned, so did the goats. When she came to, she was that mad that sins run away with the fellow that was giving her musie lessons. "The mortgage is still on the claim," Tell Us Your Troubles. It has come to the knowledge of the Pioneer management that a number of its city subscribers are not getting the paper regu lary, through error or neglect of the carriers. The paper would be pleased to have everybody who does not get the paper regu larly and is a subscriber to noti fy the business office 'phone 31. It wishes to give its readers the best service posible and to this end no effort will be spared. Heap Wampum For Poor Lo, Agent Michelethas commenced the disbursement of $26,000 among the Chippewa Indians at the White Earth reservation. Per capita is about $r.-." Three days will be consumed in making the payment at the agency'1'after which Mr Michelet and his deputies will proceed to Wild Rice Ivivcr, Leech Lake, Cass Lake and Minneapolis to pay the Indians at those points their an nuities. The Best Flour. The product) 61 the Crookston Milling Company will easily take rank'as among the best brands of flour that are being handled in this section of Minnesota. The Mi ding Company is making a big bid for business in this section and its "Cromo" flour is already popular with many Bemidji housewives. Sec the company's advertisement elsewhere in this issue. $15.00 buys one of our nobby suits or overcoats, fully as goi as any tailor made garment for which you pay $25. I. Meyer& Co. HIGH ART CLOTHIERS. This is the day when people are looking for big returns from small investments. You are as sured good returns if you use our want column.