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1 I"" p. apolis. V. I Emporium Headquarters for Cloaks Ladies' Ready-to wear Garments Millinery Warner Rust Proof Corsets We mix paints toorder. Jones 6 Deputy Sheriff John iBailey went to Northome on business last night. .Short mill wood for sale. $2 per load, delivered. Crookston Lumber Company. C. H. Miles is expected to ar rive today from Chicago to spend the winter in Bemidji. One dollar and twenty-five i cents per bushel box best fancy apples. Sample free at Peter son's. Another large bunch of men went out to the White camps, near Kelliher, last night, over the M. & I. Why buy the second best when the best costs no more? Mark's Lung Balsam is the best for coughs. J. Johnson, formerly fore man of the Cass Lake Times, was in the city last night and called at the Pioneer office. Let us look after your rental property. We have more de mands for houses to rent than we can supply. Moore & Wied rick. Mis..Wm. McCuaig and little daughter returned last night from a visit with friends and rel -afcives at. Princeton and-Minne- DR. FOSTER DENTIST MILES BRICK BLOCK, BEvIIBJI, MINN. BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK Malaga Grapes, per pound 15c Fancy Sliced Peaches for Cream per can 30c Saratoga Chips, per Package 15c We have a complete line of Heinze's Bottled Pickles and Preserves. They are the best. Bamidji flerantile Company A. T. Wheelock left this morn ing for a trip to. the lumber camps north and south of Sol way. Mr. Wheelock makes the trip through the woods on foot and looks very much like the big chief that he is with the lumber man's pack on his-back. Joe King returned yesterday from the Big Fork country,where he has been for some time. He reports that Editor Greeley re cently had c-ai unpleasant ex perience. Wnile going through the woods with a party of friends he lagged behind, when he was suddenly taken ill and could walk no farther. His friends did not miss him in the meantime. Mr. Greeley was unable to proceed and it was j-onie time before he was discovered.' He is doing very nicely at present. Appreciative Women can always find something at this store that will please them. Just now one of the many things is our new line of Sterling Silverware. Nothing more wrorthy of ad miration has ever been shown in town some of the daintiest thinsrs in holiday gifts. See the line be fore it is brok en. It doesn't cost anything to admire. E.H.BSRKER 513 THIRD STREET Th Berma Emporium Just Received A New Shipment OF Waists and Skirts in all the newest and most desirable styles. WE C."Villeman is very ill at his1 homo. Chris Peterson was in the city from Sohvay last night. A car load iTf the best winter varieties of New York apples, Peterson's fr uit store. Call on A. E. Winter the lead-1 ing jeweler for up-to-date gooN I Next door to First National I bank. You have a right to the best that can be had for your money. Mark's Lung Balsam is the best for ^coughs. Spend the long evenings pleas antly reading good literature. The latest and most varied lines at Peterson's news department. The Ladies of St. Philip's Catholic church are arranging for a card party and sociaL-to be held ab the Catholic Forester's hall next Tuesday evening, Ed Glenn, the Crookston houseinover, is in the city and will begin work at once removing the old First National bank build ing to its new location in the rear of the new bank building. The Catholic ladies will give a card party in the Forester's hall over Gilinour's drug store Tues day evening, November 17. Re freshments will" be"served arid an admission of 25. cents wijl be charged. Everybody cordially invited to attend. have still a large selec tion of the most attractive styles in Ladies' and Children's Coats and Furs at a big dis count. Fred Brinkman is at Bena on business today. A mug of hot beef tea, choco late or lemonade will do you good. At Peterson's parlors. We are having numerous en quiries for improved city prop erty. List yours with us. Moore & Wiedrick, Markham Hotel B'lk. Phone 2lgT_ Changes come to all are pleasantsome Some otherwise. Mark's Lung Balsam will stop that coughthe change is pleas ant, thereby making a pleasant change, H. P. Miller, installing expert for the American Bank Protec tion company, arrived in the city last night and is installing the burglar alarm at the First Na tional bank today. Mrs. McLeod's Sabbath school class will give a "Reverse" social Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the Presbyterian church. Coffee, cake, sandwiches and pickles. Admission free, 15c to get out. W. P. Roberts is at Blackduck tn business today. Mr. Roberts will take the place of Cashier Rice in the bank at Blackduck while the latter goes to make final proof on his claim in the Dinner River cou ntryr~r~ The whist club had a session last night. I. Meyer was pres ent but does not understand the game. He will taj?e some private instruction and at the next ses sion of the club hopes to be elig ible as a whist player. Rev. Alfred E. Peterson,pastor of the Baptist church at Crooks ton, was in the city for a short time last night. Mr. Peterson was not taking home any venison, but had a very pleasant on ting in the woods and saw several. The Ladies' Sewing Circle of St. Philip's Catholic church met yesterday with Mrs. J. J. Jinkin son. The ladies of the Catholic church,are also very, busy at present arranging for the com ing fair. The young ladies of the church also have a society and each is striving to outdo the other in preparations of the fair. I have a relinquishment which contains a lot of valuable land with $1,000 Vorth of improve ments. Can He bought at once for a small fraction of the value of the improvements. BARGAINS: One Acre Lot $225. 50 Foot Lots $75 to $225. 50 Foot Lot and Small House Cheap. 50x330 Foot Lot $150, $10 Down, .$10 Per Month. Four Room House $600 Easy Terms. Houses to Rent. E. J. W 1 I S PHONE 105 i how The Modern Samaritans have a meeting tonight. Ed Bishop, of Cass Lake, was in the city last night. We put this here because you '11 see it. Mark's Lung Balsam will cure your cough or cold. Rus Whipple has been retained in the capacity of guide by a party of St. Paul physicians, who are hunting deer in the vicinity of Turtle River. Senator O'Neil, of Cass Lake, was at the Markham last night on his way to some of the logging camps on the reservation in his capacity as superintendent for the government of the cutting of reservation pine. Jasper Dade, superintendent of -the electric light and water plant, passed through the city last night on the M. it I., return ing from Wisconsin with his bride. Mr. Dade's Bemidji friends will extend congratula tions. The Crookston mill will be shut down as saion as the logs in the boom this morning can be taken care of. This was finally decided yesterday. The mill will be put in condition for winter at once and will be idle until April 1, when it will resume operations again. Sheriff Dreger, of Hennepin county, and Deputy Sheriff Wall were in the city yesterday to serve a writ of attachment on an employe of the Crookston mill, who is wanted as a witness in a civil action at Minneapolis and failed to come when he was sub poenaed. John Enright is down from the town of Turtle River to consult an attorney today. Mr. Enright was arrested by the town con stable last Wednesday night on a charge of interfering with an officer in the discharge of his du'y and in this way was pre vented from being present in the city at the trial of Samuel E. Ling yesterday. '?^rruJ&issjsL.^\.7V3STaii^utLi W^.. i ii AM vtmti FREE! 1TREE! Bora limited time, commencing FRIDAY, we will give away, free, crystal stand lamps assorted shapes and decora- tions, fine floral and figured designs on tinted background: all colors fired and warranted permanent: chimneys decor- ated, to-matoh. given FREE with every 50c pound can of Superior Baking Powder, guaranti ed 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 Rocbelle salts, ammonia, etc., and to comply with ihe laws of any stale in the" union. We guar- antee every can to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. The Fair Variety Cash Store 304 Third Street West. for this week only 20 per cent Discount on all Yovith's and Boy's Overcoats ^nd Suits 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 DA\ MGIIT STORE. Times, is in the city today. day and it wasn't a banner day for business either. __MjsfL_Emnia_Bean- and- \11ss Clara Lyons returned last even ling from Parle Rapids, where they have been on a visit. James Barker, connected with the Clearwater Logging coin pany in a prominent capacity, is in the city today from Sol way. Percy lake, former well known conductor on the Cass Lake line of the reat Northern, who was sent the stale peni tentiary for attempting the life I of his sweetheart about, three iyears ago, has been released on Iparoio and is now employed at I the Merchants' Hotel in St. Paul. City Hall For Blackduck. i Vi'|- --fr.-^^wmWTOTHWtt'' 11. R. Jolly is down from the Rattle River country today. Just received a car load of the finest apples you ever saw. I. B. Olson. S. W. Vance, of the Crookston Brick and Tile Works, is in the city on business today. \VO\l KKXT Two neat houses, George Silk,with the job print- N ftnd four rooms, win-. i voniont distance from centerot ing depart ment oi the Crookston Judge Spoon or is in Minne- rrr:T77Z7ny 77 1 TO RENT. 1'ive elegantly Uu- apolis on business and will not i hed and heated.single rooms return until the latter part of the for gent lemon water-closet and present week. hutnami cole waterM.I. in nnec- Tbe Markham hotel enter taiued sixty-three guests yester- Pott SALE-One iron and One oak bed with bedding, Wheeler and Wilson sowing machine. Inquire 512 Beltrami aver ue. I i Blackduck is to have a new city |hall and work will be com menced on it itonce. The build ing will be a frame one with a stone foundation and wi'l cost about $6,000. It will have a hall TO RENT Nice furnished room. with acoinmodius stage, a. police Enquire at Seyerson's Dry headquarters and a place for the Goods Store. storage ofCutein Wages. The local employment offices today announce a cut in the I wages of woodsmen from $24and 30 to and $2G There are more men than jobs at present and men are constantly coming into the country and this ac counts for the reduction. Want Colamn Advertisements Inserted under this heading for one cent a word Htth In sertion, advance: no advertisement accepted for less than fifteen cents ])i[r]. gmith Sw|1|l loi.lc. io on sam Moor V\illits \-\Al SALE Buffalo overcoat, O. C. Polkors. FOR SALE Pinb quarter sec tion northeast nt Bkudvdurk, .'I'MHIOO pine, spruce and tuma- raCj besides a vast quantiiy el hardwood such as birch, elm, etc. Soil is black loam, clay subsoil, very little swam p. Ap ply at, Pioneer office or address C. \V. Xewbery, Crookston, Minn. FOR SALE Short mill wood. JSL* per load,delivered. Cnukston Lumber Company. t'Olt SALE -Two thousand cords of Hi-inch wood. W'cs Wright. I NSUKE your buildings in the Germania, Insurance Co. of New York'. Lang A Carter, Agents. LOST- Pino belt with white buckle. Please ret urn to this office. th lire aparatus. ()noss, TPADK Two teams, har- wagons and sleighs for cord wood. Wes Wright, City dray line. WANTED Good girl for general housework. Mrs. A. T. ^'heel- oek. WANTED A position by single young man, for the winter. In side work" preferred. Can give best of rec mniend::tion. Ad= drc-s Pox 17 Boundji, Minn. I WANTED Purchas. rs for old papers. Ten cents a hundred. Pioneer office WANTED To till your wants. Nothing does it like a Pioneer want ad. WANTED Trade painting oi paper hanging, etc., for-a, good horse, not less than 1200 pounds. W. C. Jones. WANTED Lady agents, best soiling skin food made 66 per cent commission: agents make sT to Sl^ a day. Send 50 cents for full size IM and terms. Yates Manufacturing Co..Hud- son, Mich. Adveriise in the Tjoiteer.