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The daily pioneer. [volume] (Bemidji, Beltrami Co., Minn.) 1903-1904, November 10, 1903, Image 3

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We mix paints toorder. Jones 6
Harry Silver went to Northome
last night.
M. G. Slocum is talking pianos
and organs to Kelliher people
today.
A number of Bemidji young
ladies plan to organize a basket
ball team.
Short mill wood for sale. $2
per load, delivered. Crookston
Lumber Company.
J. M. Richards, of the Crooks
ton Lumber company, was,in the
city on business yesterday.
You have a right to the best
that can be had for your money.
Mark's Lung Balsam is the best
for coughs.
Mrs. H. G. Hays, of Sleepy
Eye, has joined her husband,
Edjtor__ Hays. Mr. and Mrs.
Hays plan to go to housekeeping
soon.
County Commissioner F. O.
Sibley and Thos. Welch returned
this morning from Kelliher,
where they had been on a busi
ness trip.
Mrs. Dunham and daughter,
Mrs. J. F. Essler, left this morn
ing for St. Peter. Mrs. Essler
will spend about a week visiting
with her mother.
Changes come to all. Some
are pleasantsome otherwise.
Mark's Lung Balsam will stop
that coughthe change is pleas
ant, thereby making a pleasant
change,
Ex-County Commissioner Ed
Gallagher, of the town of Moose,
leaves in a few days for Oregon,
where he has a stone and timber
claim and where he will spend
the winter.
Smoking cars on the Great
Northern will be fitted with gas
lamps on the side instead of in
the middle of the car as hereto
fore. A better light to read by
will be the result.
Rev. Mrs. Ted Smith will open
a seance room Saturday, Novem
ber 14, for the accommodation of
those who wish to develop their
mediumistic powers. Call early
and reserve a seat.
DR. FOSTER
DENTIST
MILES BRICK BLOCK, BEVIIDJI, MINN.
BARGAINS
FOR
THIS WEEK
Melaga Grapes, per pound
[5c
Fancy Sliced Peaches forCream
per can
30c
Saratoga Chips, per Package
15c
We have a complete line of
Heinze's Bottled Pickles and
Preserves.
They are the best.
Bemidji
Jlereantile
Gompan
E J. WILM S
The Real Estate Man
Has the following' bargains in
acres lots and houses and lots:
House and lot in Mill Park
addition, S250.
House and lot on lake shore,
EASY TERMS, 600.
Six room house, 90 foot front
lot, White's addition, easv terms
S900.
Eight room house near school,
$2,000.
Large lots, 50x330, 8150 $10
down. 810 per month.
Four room house, and lot close
in, easy terms.
Other bargains too numerous
to mention.
Call and see me or
'PHONE 105.
Subscribe for the Daily Pion
eer now fsnffhe time.
I. Blooston, the clothing man,
was at Blackduck on business
last night.
Editor Bohannan, of the Mal
lard Call, is in the city on busi
ness* today.
Miss Scribner, of Blackduck,
was among the guests at the
Markham yesterday.
Bart Stafford, the tonsoralist,
is hunting deer in the School
craft River country.
We put this here because you'll
see it. Mark's Lung Balsam
will cure your cough or cold.
W. H. Strachan, of Brainerd,
superintendent of the M. & I.,
was in the city last night.
Call on A. E. Winter the lead
ing jeweler for up-to-date goods.
Next door to First National
bank.
The old First National bank
building will be moved this week
to the rear of the new structure
and the building will be rented.
Mrs. D. H. Fisk returned to
her home in Minneapolis this
morning after a ten days' visit
with her husband, Attorney Fisk.
Carl Rusness, who for the
past several weeks has been em
ployed on the Pioneer, leaves
today for the country north of
this city to spend some time
deer hunting.
P. M. Dicaire returned this
morning from a several days'
trip to the north country. Mr.
Dicaire visited Kelliher and
Blackduck and says everything
in that country is progressing
very nicely.
Judge and Mrs. Spooner, At
torney and Mrs. E. E. McDonald
and Dr. Lancaster, of St. Paul,
went to Kelliher last night. They
will spend three days in camp,
about three miles from Kelliher,
and incidentally have a few days
with the deer in that vicinity.
The Salvation Army has been
having some trouble in securing
winter quarters. The army has
been in the city for the past five
years and has had a somewhat
checkered experience. Its offi
cers at present, however, are all
hard workers and the local corps
is in a prosperous condition.
Coming Here
to make a pur
chase means com
ing 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
gathered a su
perb collection of
Silverware and
watches in the
very latest and
most pleasing
styles. Each ar
ticle has its own
particular charm,
its own good qnal
ity and its own
attractive price.
Our
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The Knights of Pythias lodge
has a.regular meeting tonight.
Dr. Morrison has returned
from his recent trip to Chicago.
L. J. French, a homesteader, is
down from the Blackduck coun
try today.
J. H. Crouch has taken a posi
tion with the Warfield Electric
Light company.
One dollar and twenty-five
cents per bushel box best fancy
apples. Sample free at Peter
son's.
Dr. Henderson expects to oc
cupy new apartments inthePirst
National bank block in about a
week.
Why buy the second best when
the best costs no more? Mark's
Lung Balsam is the best for
coughs.
The J. H. Hatcher company,
who will be extensive operators
in the woods in the vicinity of
Lakeport, have opened camp,and
the Bemidji employment offices
shipped them 20 men this morn
ing.
FURS! Rich and Varied Assortment.
All New Styles for the
Coming Season.
Our display isunequaled 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.JL.JL_
5___!___3_
Jewelry
values arecertain-
ly greater than
those elsewhere.
E.H.BHRKER
513 THIRD STREET
Livery Stable
A. M. BAGLEY
SUCCESSOR TO J. JINKINSOX
New Carriages
and Good Horses
Xew and Second Hand
Carriages For Sale
BEMIDJI MINN.
how is this?
for this week only
20 per cent Discoun
on all Youth's and Boy's
Overcoats ^nd Sviits
A large stock of vip-to-date merchandise
to select from. This chance don't come very
often, so give us a call at once.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE.
Final Settlement of Far Eastern Dis
pute Not at Hand.
Yokohama, Nov. 10.It Is naid In
official circles at Tokio that tho ru
mor that negotiations between the
Russian and Japanese governments
had come to the verge of a final set
tlement i misleading, but that the
Tokio government is now awaiting
Russia's reply, which Is due at any
moment, but which will only advance
the question of the Far Eastern dif
ficulty to another stage.
The reports of the resignation of
Viceroy Alexieff, his change of head
quarters from Port Arthur to Vladi
vostock and the dismantling of the
fort at Yongampho are all believed to
indicate a temporary weakening of the
Russian war party, but those inci
dents will also further delay a final
settlement.
The new tonnage dues promulgated
by Viceroy Alexieff provide that non
Russians must pay twelve times the
duos charged tcj, Russian vessels.
Cuban Railroad Disaster.
Havana, Nov. 10.An omnibus filled
with passengers was struck by a train
on the MarianaoTailroad at-tbeIn
fanta avenue crossing. Five persons
were killed and several were injured.
The engineer and the crossing watch
men have been arrested.
MANY BILLS INTRODUCED.
Several Hundred Measures Appear In
the House.
Washington,' Nov. 10.Several hun
dred bills were introduced in the
house during the day. A statehood
bill for New Mexico, introduced by
Delegate Rodey, has the distinction
of" being the first house bill of the
Fifty-eighth congress and will be No.
1. Representative Bartholdt (Mo.)
sought this distinction for a bill re
storing the army canteen, but was
compelled to take second place, and
this bill is No. 2. A bill giving con
gress the right to regulate the trusts
was introduced by Representative
Palmer (Rep. Pa.). Representative
Sibley (Rep. Pa.) introduced a bill to
Increase the pay of rural free deliv
ery carriers.
E EJ REE!
For a limited time, commencing FRIDAY, we will give
away, free, crystal stand lamps, assorted shapes and decora-
tions, line floral and figured designs on tinted background
all colors tired and warranted permanent chimneys decor-
ated, to match, given FREE with every 50c pound can of
Superior Baking Powder, guaranteed its leavening strength
to be superior to anything upon the market at like value. It
contains the very best quality of phosphate, double refined
anhydrous alum, bicarbonate soda and corn starch guar-
anteed entirely free from Rochelle salts, ammonia, etc., and
to comply with the laws of any state in the union. We guar-
antee every can to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
The Fair Variety Cash Store
304 Third Street West.
Ljiinqberxijeijs
State Baijk
BEMIDJI
5 3 3
General Banking Business.
a aBBBBBSBBEBgBSBKJ
DENIED BY JAPANESE.
Fire Insurance.
i\iiiea Dy noiaup Men.
Pittsburg, Nov. 10.Alexander Ja
zinka, a Polish grocer, was shot and
killed by three men who attempted to
rob the store. The holdup was wit
nessed by a number of persons who
wero prevented from interfering by
two of the men, who hold them at
bay at the points of revolvers. After
tho shooting the men escaped in the
heavy fog, without having secured
any money.
CHEA LOTS
Anyone desiring a cheap lot
in any part of Bemidji, call on
JOHN F. GIBBONS
Local Agent for the
Bemidji Townsite &
Improvement Company
Want Gol6mn
Advertisement* inserted under this
heading for one cent a word each in
sertion, advance no advertisement
accepted for less than fifteen cents
FOR KENTHotel, unfurnished,
22 rooms, paying $-00 month
ly: $2 per clay: no opposition
must be hotel man: possession
at once: must come recommen
ded. Lock Box 41, Dawson,
Muiv.
FOR SALE -^Single buggy, cut
ter, set of sleigh bells, new
tent, Smith Premier typ
writer. Mrs. E.J. Achen bach.
FOR SALE-- Buffalo overcoat.
C. C. Folkors.
FOR SALE Pino quarter sec
tion northeast of Blackduck,
300,000 pine, spruce and tama
rac, besides a vast quantity of
hardwood such as birch, elm,
etc. Soil is black loam, clay
subsoil, very little swam}). Ap
ply at Pioneer office or address
C. W. Newbery, Crookston,
Minn.
FOR SALEShort mill wood. $2
per load, delivered.Crookston
Lumber Company.
FOR SALETwo thousand cords of
l(i-iiH'h wood. Wea Wrijrht.
INSURE your buildings in tho
Germania Insurance Co. of
New York. Lang & Carter,
Agents.
TO -TRADETwo teams,^har
ness, wagons and sleighs for
cord wood. Wos Wright, City
dray line.
WANTED- Position by a married
man as pumpman or pipe fitter
Twelve years experience. Ad
dress Andrew Elm, Soudan, St.
Louis county, Minn.
FOR S Al iEr-Fino farm,350 a&res,
90 under cultivation, all level
but well rained, no pine stu nips
and no stones, fine house and
barn, ten minutes' walk from
railroad station and postoftiee,
situated on a beautiful lake.
For particulars adrress Samuel
HuniingtOn, 219 Second avenue
East, Duluth.
WANTED- Purchasers for old
papers. Ten cents a hundred.
Pioneer office.
WANTKD-^Tp tinyour wants.
Nothing does it like a Pioneer
"-want iid.
WANTEDTo rent or purchase
a small house about Nov. 1").
Address Fred Herbert Euclid,
Minn.
WANTED Trade painting oi
paper hanging, etc., for a good
horse, not less than 1200
pounds. W. C. Jones.
WANTED Lady agents, best
selling skin food made: 66 per
cent commission agents make
$7 to $12 a day. Send 50 cents
for full size Box and terms.
Yates Manufacturing Co.,Hud-
son, Mich.
Jay L. Reynolds
Attorney-at-Law.
Officii Over Lumbermen!* Hank
Advertise
IN THE
Daily Pioneer

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