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We mix paints toorder. Jones 6 Thos. Welch was at Wilton on business last night. Plain and fancy china and glassware. The Fair. 159-64 W. P. Roberts is transacting business at Northome today. We are making bargain prices on granite ware. The Fair. 159-64 'Twill be better to take Mark's Lung Balsam than to wish you had. George McCrea, the well known lumberman, was in the city last night. Great bargains on our five and ten cent counters continue all the time. The Fair. 159-64 Fred Hall, the tailor, is talking stylish clothing to the good peo ple at Blackduck today. A pretty face and a beautiful complexion always appear after using Mark's Sarsaparilla. Mrs. Edward Kaiser leaves the first of the week for a visit with friends at Winona and Anoka. Pants, overalls, shirts, suspen ders, gloves, socks, etc., at rock bottom prices. The Fair. 159-64 Mrs. C. H. Miles arrived last night from Chicago and will be the guest of Mrs. Vogler for some time. Superintendent Howard Gould, of the Crookston Lumber com pany, was at Crookston on busi ness yesterday afternoon. The new electric light plant at Blackduck has been completed and the lights were turned on for the first time last Monday night. A swell line oj purses, pocket books, bill books and chattlelain bags worth 15 cents to $2 for from 5 cents to $1.25 The Fair. 159-64 Dr. C. J. Larson, who has been making regular trips to Bemidji for some time jpast, left this morning for Park Rapids. His practice in Bemi ji is increasing. The organization of the Bemidji Loan and Trust company is com pleted. Articles of incorporation will be filed next week as soon as some blanks which are necessary to the filing arrive. DR. FOSTER DENTIST MILES BRICK BLOCK, BEMIDJI, MINN. Bemidji fllerantile Company irnmr Our shelves are loaded with new goods, and our prices as low as any in the city. T7TTTTTT Fancy Standard Tomatoes per can 12 l-2c i Fancy Preserved Strawberries per can 20c Strictly Fresh Eggs per dozen 22c Dunham's Cocoanut per pound 20c Granulated Sugar 16 pounds for si We are giving with each purchase of SI worth of Canned Goods a fancy dustpan. Don't fail to get one of these before they are all taken. Miss Eva Dunn, of Northome, is in the city. Cabinets $2.50 per dozen up. Hakkerup. 163-9 If you want to rent a house call on E. J. Willits. 127-tf Short mill wood for sale. S2 per load, delivered. Crookston Lumber Company. 113-tf C. Swedback will see the Min nesota-Michigan football game at Northrop field tomorrow. J. J. Ellis left this afternoon with a crew of eighteen men for the camps of Contractor John Tafft, near Blackuck. 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. Deputy Postmaster H. A. Bli ler leaves today for a short visit at his old home at Fairhaven, where he. will also attend a family reunion. A large consignment of fancy apples worth $1.75 per bushel ^febox opened up today at $1.25. Sleterson. 163-tf "Neva Forbes was in police court yesterday afternoon for the third time the present month charged with disorderly conduct and paid a tine of 825 and costs. Twenty-tive per cent discount on all dry goods at the Golden Rule Store. 161-64 growth i Ice cream always on hand. 1.1 Hot and cold Jr B.Olson. 163-0! hand. I.B.Olson Mrs. J. Orringer, of Nebish, is the guest of Bemidji friends. A fine line of decorated crock-! men to Solway yesterday after- ery at below cost at the Golden I noon to work in the camps of S. Rule Store. 161-64 A- Dr. Marcum is occupying his Call on A. E. Winter the lead- new quarters in the Swedback ing jeweler for up-to-date goods, block today. I Next door to A lot of men's underwear at 25 per cent off at the Golden Rule Store. 161-64 Dr. and Mrs. Blakeslee will entertain a party of friends at their country home tonight. Mrs. Sims and daughter, Miss Belle, left this morning for a visit with Minneapolis friends. Fred Smith and M. R. Bright leave tonight to attend the foot ball game at Minneapolis. MattPhalen, who is employed on the. News, was taken very suddenly and seriously ill last Wednesday evening. He fell un conscious in an apoplectic fit. He is at present unable to work but is recovering very nicely. Edward Kaiser returned last night from a several days'visit at Kelliher, where he will soon begin the publication of a second neighborhood of $1,000. newspaper. -Mr.. Kaiser says Kelliher is enjoying a more rapid than any town in this i vicinity arid is destined to be one of the finest. The many Bemidji friends of J. T. Johnson will be glad to know that he has established a very prosperous restaurant busi ness at Funkley. His restaurant J is the first in town, and with the rapid growth of the town Mr. Johnson se-ims destined to make! i arrive and depart on every train i a very good-thing. \r and a travelingman at the M. & Coming Here SrSec.?on Jewelry rallies arecertain- \y greater than those elsewhere. E.H.BHRKER 513 THIRD STREET Apples at S3.25 per barrel at Enlargement of photos a spo Car of New York apples just Nannie's 162-64 (cialty. Hakkemp. 168-9 revived at Nangle's. L62-64 Henry and Martin Huseby, of Fosston, are at the Markham. Good mixed candy 10 cents peu pound. The Fair. 15&-.64 Mrs. Wm. Sturgle of Black duck is the guest of Mrs. John Buckley. A. T.Wheelock shipped eighteen Gray. First National bank. 162-Jbf H. N. Johnson, of the Red Lake Falls Milling company, is transacting business in the city today. One dollar and twenty-five cents per bushel box best fancy apples. Sample free at Peter son's. 163-tf A serious cutting affrayA big cut, a little cut, and all kinds of cuts cured by Mark's Gar Salve boli James Huich has the position made vacant in the wholesale de partment of Winter's store by the resignation of Earnest Lindgren. Mrs. Eva Harbaugh, of the town of Roosevelt, is completing proof on a timber claim at the office of the Clerk of Court Rhoda today. County Surveyor M. D. Stoner is doing some work at the new townsite of Croswell, north of Northome. He is expected tore turn home tomorrow. Mrs. E. J. Ryan, who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodward, for the past two weeks returned to her home at St. Paul this morning. Julius and Amelia Miller have disposed of lot seven, block eleven in the original townsite of the village of Bemidji to Clark I. Burt for a consideration of $475. The horsehair bridlewhich has been on exhibition at C. H. Miles' for same time past will be raffled tonight,and all who have chances on it should be on hand at eight o'clock. A. W. Mitchell, of Milaca, has removed with his family to this city. Mr. Mitchell has property interests in this city, has been a reader of the Pioneer and says it is one of the best. Lang & Carter yesterday sold a lot in Bailey's addition to Thos. H. Sloan. Mr. Sloan will imme diately commence the erection of a residence which will cost in Sheriff Bailey returned yester day from a trip to Crookston and i East Grand Forks, where he went in search of the two men who re cently held up a Wilton saloon keeper. The men were believed to be in either Crookston or .Grand Forks but could not be oun The passenger stations of this city are probablJy among the most b:.sv in the west. Crowds I. depot, last night spoke right when he said they didn't have any larger crowds at the passen ger depots in the cities. Henry Buentle." occasionally receives some strange specimens to make a pur chase means fiom iny: to a store, where vtni will of birds and game to be mounted can afford to nav. banana clearly goes to a St. Cloud ^SfiTSS- ^W^ -h taction. We have shipped him a hoot owl to be S Silverware an Bueiith _r is one of the finest SPlifci? .Mv^the business but he does not feel mo'ft pleasing 1 equal to this task. styles. Each ar tielp has its own Earnest Lindgren, whOo for particular charm, its own ood qnal ity and its own attractive price. Our yesterday i '""tl *h both leg, off. r. WH some lime past has been in charge of the wholesale depart ment at Winter's store, left at noon" today with his family for St. Paul, where he has accepted a position with the American Ex press company. Mr. and Mrs. Lindgren were accompanied to the train by a large number of friends and will be much missed iand a credit to that city. in Bemidji. I duck Times. vs on Cream puffs tomorrow at the li Lakeside bakery. 16 .-it L. II. Bailey is at Cass Lake on business this afternoon. Shoes ami rubbers at a big discount at'the Golden Rule Store 161-64 Mr. and Mrs. John Orringer are visiting at Cass Lake this afternoon. Boston baked beans and brown bread tomorrow at the Lakeside bakery. 103-lt The best advertising medium in Bemidji is the Daily Pioneer everybody reads it. A. A. Carter yesterday Tomorrow will be a big day at the county treasurer's office. It is the last day on which real estate taxes which are duo may be paid without the ten percent penaltyItttaching. The October settlement will reach nearly $35,000. There is still much real estate tax delinquent in the vil lage of Bemidji, but the bulk of it will no doubt be cleared up to morrow. Will Be Tried Monday. The case of IJacon & Br.own vs. Johnson A Qmberg will be heard Monday in Judge Reyn old's court. It involves the pos session of a quantity of cigars which were'stolen from the Bacon & Brown establishment & Lundberg contend tbe S. E. Thompson of Tens! rike I paper will print a story of the has been transacting business at |^i:ne in its tomorrow night the court house today. edition and is the only paper in i piu chased a lot ill Bailey's addition to the village of Bemidji. Most complete hot soda fountain in the city. Hot chocolate, clam bouillon, beef tea, etc. I. B. Olson. 163-5 The Bemidji Employment office shipped eighteen men to Akeley last night, where they will be employed by Nelson & Frye. Editor Ivor lvrohn, of the Hid tranii County Advocate, pub lished at Shevlin, is in the city and saw the new home of the 1*1011001' this afternoon. C. Hillstedt, the Northome merchant, is in the city on bus iness today. Northome is doing very nicely and its the best town north of Bemidji says Mr. Hill stedt. I. B. Olson, the lakeside fruit man, has installed three fine new show cases of the finest pattern made. These, with an extensive addition to his shelving, will be necessary to accommodate Mr. Olson?s'large holiday stockwhich is soon to arrive. Rev. Peterson and family are expected to arrive in thecuty this fternoon from Mapleton, where Mr. Peterson for several years has been popular as pastor of the Norwegian Conference church. He will be th& resident pastor for the society in Bemidji. Turnkey Wright is keeping the prisoners at the county jail busy cutting up the winter's supply of wood for the county. One of the boys is an Indian doing ninety days for introducing liquor on -tho-Gass- Lake Reservation and he isn't fond of the situation. Miss Blanche Crawford, who went to Faribault last week to attend Bethlehem academy, was found too far advanced for the school and will attend St., Claire college at Sinsinawa, Wls.,~ltir ing the coming year. The school is one of the most thorough, and also one of the oldest in the coun try and is one of the most popu lar in Wisconsin as well. by one of the employes of the, place and sold to Johnson fc M'- and Mrs. West, who were Lundberg. Bacon & liro claimed the goods ardthat FOOTBAL GAM E Pioneer Will Receive Telegraphic Account of Great Gridiron Contest. The Pioneer will tomorrow afternoon receive a special tele graphic service of the great Min nesota-'Michigan football game at Northrop field. Bulletins will be received at the office commenc ing at 3:30 and continuing througout the game. They will be read in the business office and posted on the bulletin board. The Fred A. Kribs, a former Min nesota cruiser and a gentleman I LOST Gold watch i who is well known to many poo: tweon court house pie in this section of the country, especially the early residents, is rated at $3,000,000 in liradstreot & Dunn's directory. Mr. Kribs was one of the ilrui of Deveivaux i\: Kribs, formerly cruisers at I Park Rapids, and left this coun try several years ago to locate in British Columbia. Ho has been a fortunate speculator in the pur, chase of pinein that country.and none of his old friends in this vicinity will be sorry to hear of his good fortune. Dozen Will Se Game. Pwelve tickets were sold at the M. & I. depot this morning for Minneapolis and St. Paul and were for the most part purchased by Bemidji people who go down to see the great Michigan-Minne sota football game tomorrow. A number will also leave over the Great Northern tonight and take the special train from Duluth to morrow. Michigan enthusiasts are in the majority in this city for the reason perhaps that a of the city are graduates of Ann Arbor. Michigan has a trifle the best of the local betting but the game is acknowledged to be very close. No Game Sunday. There will be no football game ili this city Sunday as had been reported. It was the intention to play the Park Rapids team, but arrangements could not be made in time, so the matter has been dropped. The tirst game which the home team will partici J.pate in now will probably occur at Grand Rapids one week from Want Exclusive Right. A number of well known sportsmen of this vicinity have a novel plan to protect themselves from the guilessfioss of tlm inox perienced hunter. Thev,propose to form a club and secure the ex clusive right to^hunt big game on i eortain/sd rip of territory. Some oifo will then be delegated to keep outsiders off and they will be able to hunt without be ing in mortal terror of execution at the hands of the man who has the buck fever and shoots on suspicion. Given a Send Off. married at the residenc-.e of^ Ur. Johnaon I Morrison last1 Wednesday even- ,1( nm i Rupids, where they will spend bought them, paid for them in I i about two weeks the guests ot good faitih and intendi to retai- .n i friends. Mr. and Mrs. West possess:on. wore given an enthusiastic send Credit to the Town. The Times has received two or three copies of the Daily Pioneer under the new management, and it is a bright and newsy paper Black- oT by their friends at the (Ireat Northern depot this morning. Their baggage arrived at the depot decked out with ribbons and they were liberally showered with rice at the train. Subscribe for The Pioneer. Want Column Advertisements Inserted under this heading for one cent a word each in sertion, advance noadvertlsement accepted for less than fifteen cent* FOR SALE Buffalo overcoat. C. C. Folkors. __ FOR SALE Fine quarter sec tion northeast of Blackduck, oOO.OiH) pine, spruce and tama rac, besides a vast quantity of hardwood such as birch, elm, etc. Soil is black loam, clay subsoil, very little swamp. Ap ply at Pioneer office or address C. W. Newbery, Crookston, Minn. 158 tl FOR SALE KOK this section of the state to get! fe-fiioh wooa. W,, Wrfjfl the service. All interested in the outcome are invited to visit the office tomorrow aftern 'and hear the bulletins. Kribs a Millionaire. street M. M. i next Sunday, The team has been i WANTED TO EXCHANGE I greatly strengthened this week] and will go into the game win with much better prospects and a much stronger team .than when it metCrand Rapids last Sunday. Short mill wood. 2 per load, delivered Crookston Lumber Company. 11-l-tf SALK-TWO thouaan FOR SALE -Good Full blood Short] if taken soon. STRAYED One red spotted steer, one All have horns. Call at this office. WANTED Gi type. number of the professional men WANTKI) Man with references for commercial traveler, to call on merchants and agents. Ex perience not required salary $24 per week with expenses a vanced. National, 380 Dear horn St., Chicago. 162-tf sords of :4t union cow. em. Cheap ENSURE your buildings in the (iormania Insurance t\ of New York, Lang & Carter, Agents. dl20-w3O-tf nirni, be- nd Third Marked with initials Leave at Pioneeroffice. 162-tf cow, one red steer. A. Puquin. RENT Niee Furnished room. Call at Severspiv's dry goods store,,nextthior to First Nation al bank. 162 62 TO RENT Furnished rooms in Aohenbach block. Third street. t59-6t *0 TO TRADE Two teams, har ness, wapitis and sleighs for cord wood. Wes Wright, City drat line. 158-tf WANTED Purchasers for old papt\rs. Ten cents a hundred. Pionoer office. WANTED To till your Xotli/ng does it like a want ad. wants. Pioneer Is to learn to set lonoer office. 159-tf y Trad. WANTFJ) Trade painting 01 papervhangihg, etc., for good horse, Nnot less than 1200 pOUIHhy W' C. denes. L62-tf WANTF1) -Foreman for small saw mill must understand plan ing noil machinery stoady work. Rock Lake Lumber Co. Powers, Minn. 162-tf WANTED ady best agents made 66 per cent commission agents make %1 to $12 a day. Send cents for full size box and terms. Yates Maun fact uring Co.,Hud- L62-tf son. II. I Our display is unequi entire northwest. N time to make your Liberal discount on now, and we keeor 'or land north of Blackduck, livery stock consisting of 14 5 head horses, Hi harness, 10 buggies and surreys, .''.cutters, I wagon, robes, etc., located in good Minnesota town. Or will con sider cedar posts or poles. Also small stock' of shoos and rubbers, will invoice about $750 to$800, to exchange for lander cedar. J. .1. OpsaJhl, Turtle River Minn. 163-7 Rich and Varied Assortment. All New Styles for the Coming Season. 1 in the i the ions. Subscribe foT the Paneer. C( till needed. Repairing, Remodeiinu -ye- ing a Specialty. Price e. References: R. B. Grift: and SigWolff, Grand Forks. Fonwuiie & Anglim, Crookston. CHARLES V0GEL at Sig Wolff's Department Store, Grand Forks. N. D.