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Land office at Cass Lake, Minne
sota, Sept. 21, 1903. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before clerk of dis trict court, Beltrami county, Minn., at Bemidji, Minnesota, on October 27th, 1903, viz: JOSEPH STEIDL who made H. E. No. 18372, for the nw} of Sec. 32, Twp. 147 N. of R. 33 W. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, yiz: John JRockensock, Joseph Warner, Mortimer D.Titus and Edward Kaiser, all of Bemidji, Minn. J. D. JONES, 30-36 Register. The best advertising medium IB Bemidji is the Daily Pioneer everybody reads it. i8 to The highest product of modern milling Equipped, with the most modern .machmejcy, situated in the heart of the Red Kiver Valley, W^ pro^laqe .a. r, Hard Wheat flouir ThaU can't be beat. Try ij Crookstorv Milling Company Closing Out udi 1 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 Builders9 Tools, Tinware, Stoves, Ranges, Farm Implements, Wagons, Paints and Oils also a complete line of Sporting Goods F. MALZAH N THIRD STREET, BEMIDJI, MINN. of Flovirs V.'-i ieaittirJ. Dix/i aei -k. QJ^VV ~J A- A-i. -ioeaib :i a~ li.V?vJ Vy vO -'".'._'" Hardware, Mechanics' LAKESIDE STUDIO O the Lake Front Picture work of all descriptions Lake views on sale Fine art work Satisfaction gnaranteed-Moderate prices Best Cabinet Photographs, 2.00 per dozen. M. J. MORSE Laundr ftfciivtBSY iimftiv, Props. r, Sor^riieficfa^Aveniie .-v 'and aij^u 10t Jt sue 3 If* j- Buys much AT THE Fair Variety Cash Store Underwear Caps Chinaware Toys NOTIONS OP.-ALL JCHMnS^ Third Street West A I^L O N N. L. Hakkerup For up-to-date photographic work at reasonable prices. Crayon enlargement and portraiture work. Pine new stock of picture frames. Cabinet photos $2.50 up Third W. Only i Full Street, Near Lake Front C. JONES mint shop between Duluth and Crookston Paints Oils Glass Varnishes Kalsomines Brushes Line Latest Wall Papers Jay L. Reynolds Attorney-at-Law. Office .Over Lumbermen* Bunk Why is it that Daily Pioneer want ads bring such good results? file smallest want ad is care fully read each day by' hundreds of people. A few cents' expend iture puts you in close touch with hose hundreds. Bailey & McDonald LAWYERS Bemidji, rtfen. 0 Office: AUIes Bfoclc _^: ^4- D. H. FISK Attorn ey unci Counsellor at Law Office over First National Bank./*1 *t IMl Dtl Rowland Grilmore ^ySfcjiftfi a^a Surgeont Office: dlles Block :rH go *7iy? #^bQn$r Torrance 4 Collections City Real Estate Attorneys at'I/aw I E. F. Qra^^ordl Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office: Boston Block Dr. E. filcMa!rcuirL Physician and Surgeon* BEfllDJI. fllNN. dn+~- Dr. J. T. Tuomy DENTIST (pffice over Barker's Drug Store, Third St. Dr. E. H. Smith Physician and Surgeon Office: Boston Block Office Phone, 73 Home Phone, 60 P. J. Russell Attorney at Law BErciDJI, niNN. PILLSBURFS BEST...... We are the exclusive dealers in 3emidji for this popular flour. We-carry-also a com plete line of the Bell high grade Coffees. Flour, Feed, Hay W. SCHR0EDER Dealer In G-eneral Merchandise Minnesota Avenue PHONE 209 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Offic at Cass Lake, Minn, sept. 28, 1903. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named- settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the district court of Beltrami county, Minn., at Bemidji, Minn., on. Nov ember 10, 1903, viz GUNDER (I. MOE B. E. No. 19325, for the nei nei, sec tion 26, township 146 north of range 33 west. He names trie following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: L. Opsalja, Even Moe, Gilbert Weien and Guilder Aakhus, all of-Bemidji, Minn. J. D. JONES, 31-36 Register. The Wonder Heating Stove For a wood stove there Is nothing that equals it. Economical, durable and profit able. It is better to have oneI[of these stoves In your house than an expensive' furnace. See the cold and hot air drafts. Your floor will never be cold If you use a WONDER HEATING STOVE- $10, $13 and $i5-and there is nothing under the sun a that equals ttiem. Special sale on common heating stoves from $2 up. Respectfully yours, j. A Ludington BEWIDJI. MINN. MIDJrWIN W TOMORROW First Football Game in His tory of Town Comes Off Tomorrow. LOCAL TEAM IS UP AGAINST A BEEFY BUNCH. If Precedent Holds Good the Home Team Should Get Away Good. The strenuous American game of football, the game of brawn and muscle of pluck and energy will make its initial bow to the local world of sport in Bemidji at the fair grounds tomorrow after noon when the newly organized team of this city will contest for supremecy over the team from Grand Rapids, one of the fastest in this section, and when the purple of Bemidji will either flutter in triumph or grovel in defeat. There are games and games in this city but football will not be added to the list until tomorrow and there is a vast deal of inter est in tomorrow's event. Be cause the game has never been played in Bemidji it does not necessarily follow that there are no enthusiasts. Quite the con trary is the case and the indica tions are that when the struggle starts there will be a well filled grand stand and bleachers of war horses who will, hang on every play and every turn of the game with all the vim and red fire that makes a football game spectacular. Can the .home team hope to win? This is a question that no body is prepared to answer with money at present, but Dr. Tuomy one of the team's efficient coach whose experience in the business dates back for some time does not hesitate to say that if the talent afc home goes into the game with the pluck* and determ ination which it should, the com pany will be sufficiently fast to take the bunch from Grand Rap ids into camp. Most of the practice work has been conduc ted under Dr. Tuomy's super vision and his judgment in the matter is regarded as good. The game wiU be called at two o'clock and it is estimated that it will be gotten off in two thirty five halves with fifteen minutes rest between. The admission to the grounds will be twenty-five cents and seats in the grand stand will be worth an additional ben cents. The city band will be in attendance and will discourse its bravest music to make the thing lifelike and add spirit to the occasion. The Grand Rapids team will arrive tonight and will be accompanied by the flower of the rooting fraternity which flourishes to a commendable de gree in the Itasca county towns. Indications are that with favor able weather the attendance wj be very large. The colojij the home team are purpl^l everybody should wear thetl do such elocutionary stunt^| are right and proper at a ff ball game and make for the sj cess of the home team buys one of on snits or ove as good as made garm you pay $2o ant ad in the Daily Pioneer winner. Try one.