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through the store for FRIDAY and SATURDAY.
THE CITY We mix paints to order. Jones 6 Cabinets $2.50 per dozen up. Hakkerup. 163-9 The I. O. O. F. had a pleasant session at their hall last night. Short mill wood for sale. $2 per load, delivered. Crookston Lumber Company. 113-tf C. W. Rickard and W. H. But ler of Grand Forks were at the Markham last night. A pretty face and a beautiful complexion always appear after using Mark's Sarsaparilla. Call on A. E. Winter the lead ing jeweler for up-to-date goods. Next door to Fir st National bank. 162-tf The first tramp to ask for lodg ing at the city jail for several months was accommodated last night. A serious cutting affrayA big cut, a little cut, and all kinds of cuts cured by Mark's Car bolic Salve. Editor Christenson of the News has been put out of the harness for the past several days owing to a mild attack of the grip. Judge Reynolds, who has been ill, this morning is able to re sume his duties and came down town yesterday afternoon for the first time since Saturday. DR. FOSTER DENTIST MILES BRICK BLOCK, BEMIDJI, MINN. Bemid flemutile Compan 1 Our shelves are loaded with new goods, and our prices as low as any in the city. Fancy Standard Tomatoes per can 12 l-2c Fancy Preserved Strawberries per can 20c Strictly Fresh Eg gs per dozen 22c Dunham's Cocoanut per pound 20c Granulated Sugar 16 pounds for *1 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. ...RECORD-BREAKING SALE... O N LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S Cloaks, Suits, Furs, Skirts and Millinery I have closed out a manufacturer's line of samples at 6 5 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR and will give the same benefit to my trade while these garments last. My line of waists, in silk, flannels, mohairs and Testings, all the latest designs, excels anything heretofore shown in this citv. Also a full line of Dress Goods and Ladies' Furnishings and the most extensive line of Laces, Dress Trimmings and Kid Gloves in all the most desirable and stylish shades. Full line of liable* Linens and'Curt'ains. A liberal diseounroii all goods, THE HERMAN EMPORIUM Subscribe for The Pioneer. Enlargement of photos a spe cialty. Hakkerup. 163-9 'Twill be better to take Mark's Lung Balsam than to wish you had. B. A schbach and daughter of Ada, Minn., were at the Mark ham yesterday. One dollar and twenty-five cents per bushel box best, fancy apples. Sample free at Peter son's. 163-tf General Manager W. H. Gem mell and Superintendent Strach an, of the M. & I., are in the city today. 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. Mrs. Edward Kaiser and son, Bill, left this morning for a sev eral weeks' visit with friends and relatives at Anoka and Winona. A colored quartette of. really good voices has been doing stunts at various places about the city for the past fewdays. Last night they gave a concert at the Mark ham. Street Commissioner Pogue is soon to do some work on Third street. The grader will be run over it several times and it will be leveled up all of which will be a decided improvement over the present condition. The Bemidji Mercantile Com pany is now nicely settled in its new location and the store is re ceiving many compliments on its tasty appearance. O. E. Bailey has been assisting at the store for some time past. The Misses Millard and Smith, evangelists, who conducted a series of very successful meet ings in this city and have just concluded a two weeks' engage ment at Blackduck, passed through the city this morning, on their way to Detroit, Minn. Herbert Wheelock, who has been the guest of his brother, A. T., and family for the past several days, returned thisTnorn ing to his claim at Maple Ridge. Mr. Wheelock returns to Bemidji with his family about the loth of the present month and will re sume his run as news agent on theM. &I.~. Coming Here to make a pur chase means oom irtg to a store where you will get what you want at the price you can afford to pay. It means complete and entire satis faction. We have jrathered a su perb collection of Silverware and watches in the very latest and most pleasing styles. Each ar ticle has its own particular charm, itsownsrood qual ity and its own attractive price. Our Jewelry values arecertain- ly greater than those elsewhere. E.H.BMRKER ,J13 THIRD STREET Attorney McKusick is atCrook ston on business today. R. H. McCoy, president of the Grand Forks Lumber company, is in the city on business. be 25-, 35 and 50 cents. The seat sale is open at Barker's. Joe Young entertained a mini ber of friends at a stiig party and oyster supper last Tuesday even ing. Everybody present had the best sort of a time. Parties holding contracts for Dr. Dowsley, of Perley, was in the city yesterday. The doctor has about made up his mind to locate in some of the new towns in this section and went north tion. Tony Manly, the well known Great Northern ticket collector went east on No. 2 today. Mr. Manly says the passenger bus iness on the Duluth line is as heavy in Bemidji as at any point on the Great Northern. Contractor Miller is getting on very nicely with the work on the school house. Mr. Miller hopes to have the addition completed by the first of December and the board is well satisfied with the progress he is making. C. C. Woodwrard The whist club will have a meeting at its new quarters to night. This will be its first meeting in the Swedback block and all members are requested to be present as there are a num ber of important matters to come up for consideration. Sheriff Sullivan of Polk county was in the city yesterday on official business. Mr. Sullivan was shown about the city by Sheriff Bailey, insj)ected the county jail and is on record with the statement that it is (me of the best in this section. Mr. Sullivan compliments Bemidji as being the most lively town he has visited in some timo. P. H. McGarry-was a passen ger to Blackduck on the M. & I. last night. Mr. McGarry had just returned from a trip to the twin cities and saw the great Minnesota-Michigan a 11 game last Saturday. He has de veloped into a veritable football crank and says he will never miss another good game |of foot ball when it is possible for him to attend. The prices for George D. U^AA^-L AT -n E. H. Jerrard is at Cass Lake Sweet "A Messenger Boy will ,_ _ this afternoon looking alter the purchase of lots in block land in this vicinity. executed by the late W. F. Street are requested to present them to John F. Gibbons within the next ten days. The Sanford Dodge Company played to indifferent business at the city opera house last night. The company left on the morning train for Ada, Minn., where they will show tonight. Auditor Sylvester reports that the hunting license business is picking up. So far 106 licenses have been issued and the demand has been brisk all day today and included several mail orders. today to look up a suitable loca- be up for trial, and all the busi- has additional proof of the fact that Bemidji is in the banana belt, Yesterday Mr. Woodward picked lettuce in his garden that was as soft and tender as it is at any time of the year and for November that isn't so bad. J. WILLIT S The Real Estate Ma Has the following^ bargains acres lots and houses and lots: House and lot in Mill Park i addition. 250. House and lot on lake shore, IEASY fEUMS, 600. Six room house. 90 foot front 'lot, White's addition, easy terms, L$9G0, Eight room house near school, !-i?L\oW. Largo lots. 'iO.\ !0. 151) 10 down. 10 per month. Four room house, ami lot close in. easy terms. Oilier bargains too numerous to mention. Call and see me or 'PHONE 105. Remember the bargain sale this week at Miss Hetland's. Jerry Breennan is enjoying a vacation from his duties at the Three Guardsmen and will spend some time hunting. 4-. anernoo louivin alter a plumbing contract he recently secured there. Clerk of Court Rhoda announ ces that second papers will be is sued at the adjourned term of court tomorrow. A party of five from Warsaw, Indiana, arrived in the city this morning to look over the Rev. M. Peterson yesterday paid $200 for lots 21 and 22 in block 6 in the first addition to the village of Bemidji. The Ladies' Sewing Society of the Norwegian Conference church met with Mrs. O. M. Skinvik this afternoon. The county treasurer's office is still busy on the tax settle ment. It will un to about $39,- 000 and is not considered a large one. M. E. Currant is in town from Turtle Lake accompanied by Archie Logan. Tip latter gentle man is a cousin the late Gen eral John A. Logan and is at present a homesteader near Turtle Lake, Adjourned Session. There will be an adjourned ses sion of the district court tomor row. Several civil matters will ness will probably be disposed of and an adjournment taken by to morrow night. J. E. MULLIGAN U. K. Deputy Government Surveyor Headquarters at Beauaotte, Minn. -V REFERENCE Bemidji and Fosston banks and Merchants Hank of Crookston. CHEA LOT S Anyone desiring a cheap lot in any part of Bemidji, call on JOHN F. GIBBONS Local Agent for the Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Company Sensation in High Life. Miss Mattie Lewis and Mrs. Sorenson.two ladies from Minne apolis Who recently loeated in this eity. have been living the strenuous life since they came to Bemidji. and today they applied for a warrant for a trio of promi nent Bemidji people on what may develop a serious charge. The wagging tongue of a woman is i responsible for all the trouble, i which the ladies tell HVvt fcat.f.h The story is to the &$&& nieuts were entered last night after midnight by two ladies and a gentleman who immedi-j atoly started a rough house that wouldma ke the one in vMeFad-i den's Kow of Flats" look like a peanut in a lake shore fog. One] of the ladies was badly bruised' on one arm and there was 'Ian-, guage around that isn't down in 1 the dictionary. Interesting de velopments for all concerned are pending. Must (Jo to Poor Farm. The troubles of Robert Potter and the woman who has been liv ing with him for the past two years are being aired in Jud ge Skinvik's court this afternoon. Mrs. Potter brought an action for assault which was dismissed and later instituted proceedings to recover her share of the house hold goods. The woman's con dition is pitiable. She is suffer ing from a malignant cancer which will some time cause her death and is in destitute circum stances. Deserted by Potter there seems to be no recourse for horexeopt to eke out the re mainder of her existence at the poor farm. She appreciates her situation keenly and lias several, times attempted suicide in tits of despondency. In Honor of Judge Flandreau. Judge Spooner has received an invitation from the Minnesota Historical Society to attend a memorial mooting of the society in honor of the late Jud ge Flan dreau. Trie meeting will beheld in the senate .chamber at St. Paul. There will be addresses by several prominent speakers which will honor the memory of Jud ge Flandreau and seats will be reserved for the judges of the supre me court and district court as well as for the governor and ex-governors and their families and the council of the society. Millinery Bargains. We offer for the balance of the week 20 per cent discount on all best trinrtiied hats, also greatly reduced prices on all trimmed hats, street hats and all other millinery goods. Remember, these bargains arc for two days only. Louisrc lll'tll Mulligan & Cornwall LAND LOCATORS LOCATIONS ON RED LAKE RESERVATION A SPEC ALTY AND GUARANTEED AS DESCRIBED HETLAND. E. II. CORNWALL Surveyor quarters at Benildji Minn CORRECT PLATS OF ALL RESERVATION LAND.' I oK SALE. Want Column Advertisements Inserted under this heading for one cent a word each in sertion, advance noadvertisement accepted for less than fifteen cents FOR REX r- -Hotel, unfurnished, '22 rooms, paying $i'00 month ly: ^:2 per day no opposition must be hotel man possession at once must come recommen ded. Leek Cox 11. Dawson, Mmn. HHi-tf FOR SALE C. G. Folkor. Buffalo overcoat. 'OR SALE --Fine quarter sec tion northeast of Blackduck, jiH'i,I'M'II' 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. Xewbery, Crookston, Minn. 158tf FOR SALEShort mill wood. $2 per load,delivered.Crookston Lumber Company. 114-tf FOIl SALKTwo thousand cords l()-ini'h iviioii. \Ws Wright. 3-1- TO TRADP Two teams, har ness, wagons and sleighs for oordwood. d-ra-v line WANTED papers. of -tf INSURE your buildings in the Germariia Insurance Co. of New York. Lang & Carter, Agents. dVJti-AVoO-tf Wes Wright, City l.-s-tf WANTED A position by young educated man speaking the English, Scandinavian and Fin nish languages. Address Wil liam Carlson, No. 114 Second avenue north, Minneapolis. 166 Purchasers for old Ten cents a hundred, loueer office. WANTEDTo nil your wants. Nothing does it like a want ad. Pioneer WANTLI) Girls to learn to set type. Pioneer office. 159-tf WANTKDTo rent or purchase a small house about Nov. 1"). Address Prod Herbert, Euclid, Minn. 107 WANTED Trade painting oi paper hanging, etc., for a good horse, not less than 1200 pounds. W. C. Jones 162-tf WANTED -Man with references for commercial traveler, to call on merchants and agents. Ex perience not required salary #:M per week with expenses ad vanced. National, 330 Dear born St., Chicago. 162tf WANTEDForeman for small sawmill: must understand plan ing mill machinery steady work. Rock Lako Lumber* Co Powers, Minn. lf2-t WANTKD Lady agents, best selling skin food made 60 jier cent commission agents make $7 to SI:! a day. Send 50 cents for full si/.e box and terms. Yates Manufacturing Co..Hud- son, Mich. 162-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 your selections. Liberal discount on orders placec now, and we keep goods till needed. Repairing, Remodeling and Dye ing a Specialty. Prices Moderate. References: K. B. Griffith and Sig Wolff, Grand Porks Pontaine & Anglim, Crookston. CHARLES V0GEL .0.1 Sig Wolff's Department Store, Grand Forks.. N. D. ITo. E. h'raternal Order of Eajries.BemlnjI Aerie No. 351. Meets every Sunday at 8 p. in., Ullmore's Hall. Josepd riarnnjeton, W. President M. Ul'.ku. W. Secretary Visiting Basics cordially Invited. Advertise IN THE Dailv Pioneer