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We mix paints toorder. Jones
Hot oyster stew. Peterson's
Clyde Bacon went to Black
duck on business last night.
Biggest stock best groceries,
fairest prices. Peterson's fruit
and confectionary store.
Chas. Woodward has returned
from his hunting trip. He
brought back two fine bucks.
Call on A. E. Winter the lead
ing jeweler for up-to-date goods.
Next door to First National
The law offices of Bailey &
McDonald are being removed to
new quarters in the Swedback
Fred Hall has taken out a li
cense to hunt big game and ex
pects to tear to the tall timber in
a few days.
A marriage license was grant
ed to Dell Omeche and Miss
Grace Nelson at the clerk of
court's office today.
Everything in fruit, confection
ery, fancy groceries, cigars,read
ing matter, too much to specify.
Kindly call or send us your or
Harry Usher was in the city re
newing acquaintances yesterday.
Mr. Usher will be in the employ
of the Hatcher Logging Co. near
Bena during the coming winter.
Changes come to all. Some
are pleasantsome otherwise.
Mark's Lung Balsam will stop
that coughthe change is pleas
ant, thereby making a pleasant
Daly's "Ten Nights in a Bar
Room" comes to the city opera
house Dec. 5. The company
travels in its own special car and
carries a band and orchestra. It
willopen the new Blackduck
.opera house Dec. 4.
Bertha Myers, who has been
an inmate of the Tyson resort,
was taken to the county hospital
yesterday for medical treatment.
The woman has been ill for some
time, and Ihe county authorities
were informed that the woman
could not or would not be allowed
proper medical attention. For
this reason she was taken to the
E N I S
You will need something for
your Thanksgiving dinner, and
here is the best place to get
what you want. Notice the
goods listed below. Some of
them may be of use to you:
Lemons Apples of all kinds
New Jersey Sweet Potatoes
Heinze's Currant Jelly
Sweet Mixed Pickles
Ice cream in bulk or bricks, J.
J. W. White, the Park Rapids
life insurance man, is in town.
We put this here because you'll
'see it. Mark's Lung Balsam
will cure your cough or cold.
Bert Getchell went to Black
duck last night to stake out some
timber for the Burlington Co.
A fitesh supply of Lowuey's
chocolate bon bons, specially for
Thanksgiving. Only at Peter
Why buy the second best when
the best costs no more? Mark's
Lung Balsam is the best for
J. F, Essler and family re
turned yesterday from St. Peter,
where they have been visiting
relatives for some time.
Ted Naylor went to Blackduck
last night to prepare the remains
of M. 0. Fisk, who died sudden
ly yesterday morning, for burial.
By mutual agreement the
various barber shops of the city
will close at noon tomorrow and
remain closed throughout the
Large parlor over store for
rent for parties by the evening.
Oyster suppers, ice cream
lunches, or other refreshments
to order. J. Peterson, Jr.
The gasoline famine which has
prevailed for the past week, is
abated today bv the arrival of a
car which was delayed in transit
between Duluth and Cass Lake.
Fred Olson and F. J. Wilmot
are down from Blackduck today
on their way to the Cass Lake
land office, where they have
business before Commissioner
Turnkey Wright, of the county
jail, who has been ill of inflam
matory rheumatism, writes from
his home at Little Falls that he
is improving and that he expects
to return to Bemidji the latter
part of the week.
George Wetsel, one of the
pioneers of Beltrami county,is in
the city from Tenstrike. Mr.
Wetsel was the first white settler
in the town of Port Hope, named
the town and has lived there for
a number of years.
J. P. Lyons was in from Maple
Ridge today to see his little son
who recently sustained severe in
juries by being kicked in the
face by a horse and is at present
at St. Anthony's hospital. The
little fellow is doing very nicely
Last night was the coldest
night of the present season, when
the government thermometer of
A. Gilmour recorded a minimum
temperature of 18 degrees below
zero. This morning at 9 o'clock
the instrument showed a temper
ature of 15 degrees below.
Architect Wilkinson, the mart
who built the Crookston mill and
has several patents on machinery
at the mill, passed through the
city yesterday on his way to
Washington, where he will build
a large mill this winter. He will
return to Bemidji to make some
repairs at the Crookston mill be
fore it is opened for business
of the best and
newest things that
could be found
can be seen here.
Our stock of
JEWELRY is very complete
at this time we
have made every
effort to make the
Thanksgiving season a marked
one in the store,
as it is a happy
one in the home.
The gooda we
offer are of ex
but prices are
marked in honor
of the occasion.
513 THIRD STREET
Advertise in the Pioneer.
Sam Corrigan of Farley is in
Hot chocolate and beef tea.
L. H. Bailey is at Cass Lake on
Applestwelve best varieties.
H. M. Greenfield is in the city
from Buena Vista.
E. J. Morrisety, the Crookston
telephone man, is in the city a
Frank Smith is down from
Solway to spend Thanksgiving
with his sister, Mrs. Reeve
You have a right to the best
that can be had for your money.
Mark's Lung Balsam is the best
M. R. Bright and sister, Miss
Adelia, left at noon today to
spend Thanksgiving, the guests
of friends at Duluth.
E. W. Hitchcock, special agent
of the American Fire Insurance
Company, is looking over the
company's risks in Bemidji.
Your Thanksgiving dinner will
not be complete without a brick
of the Milton Dairy company's
icecream. For sale only by I.
A valuable opal stud was lost
yesterday between Graham's
meat market and the court house.
,Finder please leave at this office
Editor Bohannan, of the Mal
lard Call, was in the city last
night arranging for the opening
of the new Bohannan thirst par
lor at Mallard.
The smallest want ad is care
fully read each day by hundreds
of people. A few cents' expend
iture puts you in close touch with
Tbere are twenty-eight inmates
of the county poor house at pres
ent. Three arrived yesterday.
This is the largest number ever
at the county farm.
John McDougal, who has been
in the employ of the Shevlin
Carpenter Lumber Co. at Winni
peg during the past few months,
has returned to Bemidji.
James Kirk is down from the
Kirk & Smith camp at the head
of the lake today. Mr. Kirk re
ports that everything is running
along very nicely at camp.
Roy Loveland, who is confined
at the county jail awaiting the
action of the grand jury under a
charge of highway robbery and
who has been very ill, is recover
Vice President Baumbach of
the Lumbermens State Bank has
returned from a business trip to
Milwaukee. Tomorrow he goes
to Wadena to spend Thanksgiv
ing with his family.
A car load of hogs, ckickens
and turkeys will be received the
latter part of this week by Joe
Moritz. Call at James Doran's
barn, Fifth street, between Bel
trami and Minnesota avenues.
Gust Braarud who claimed to
be from Bemidji was found in an
unconscious condition near Sixth
street at Minneapolis yesterday
morning. He was removed to
the city hospital where it was
found he had sustained a bad
fracture of the skull probably re
ceived from falling.
Yesterday's Pioneer stated
that Mrs. J. A. Ludington was
an active member of the ladies
committee who have the Catholic
fair in charge. *The paper was
in error in the statement. The
name of Mrs. O'Leary should
have appeared instead and the
intelligent compositor is respon
sible for the mistake.
A Congregational fellowship
meeting will beheld at the new
chapel in Nymore tonight. Revs.
Stickney of Fargo, Hales, of Mc
intosh, Conard, of Park Rapids,
and Clark, of this city, will be in
attendance and will speak. This
is one of a series of such meet
ings which has been held during
successive days this week at
several towns along the Great
Northern between Bemidji and
\o Family Journal Tomorrow.
In accordance with a time
honored custom the Pioneer
force will be given a vacation to
morrow and there will lx no
paper issued from the office.
Newspaper people generally are
all the better for relaxing for a
day from the grind that is inci
dent to publishing a daily news
paper, bowovor ftni.-' /The .paw:,?'
hopes that the arrangement will
be found generally agreeable to
Delivery Team Scampers,
The delivery team of Joe Young
indulged in a lively runaway
this morning. The team started
from the Lebleau residence on,
Mississippi avenue and ran down
town ending up in the swamp in
front of the postoffice. No
damage was done but the horses
occasioned considerable excite
ment in their scamper.
wishes to announce to the
people of Bemidji and vicinity,
that she has opened offices in the
Swedback block, and will be
pleased to see all who are seek
ing health. Osteopathy treats
all chronic diseases. Among the
many cases handled successfully
Lumbago, Asthma, Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, yield readily to our
Female diseases a specialty.
Every possible courtesy will
be offered for the investigation of
this science. Consultation free.
MORE WARSHIPS FOR PANAMA.
Naval Force There to Be Increased to
Washington. Nov. 25.The United
States naval fleet near Colon will be
augmented shortly by the gunboats
Castine and Bancroft, which have been
specially fitted out for service in isth
mian waters. The navy department
is informed that the work on these
two vessels is practically finished and
i* is expected that they will both start
on their cruise to the South in a few
days. Their arrival will increase the
naval fleet at the isthmus to eleven
warships, of which number seven w'Jl
guard the north or Caribbean coast
and four the Pacific coast. The cruiser
oiympia. now iraaergorng repairs "L
the Norfolk navyyard also will sail
for Colombia in about two weeks and
will replace the naval yacht May
flower on that station as the flagship
of Roar Admiral Cosjhlan, command
ing the Caribbean squadron. It is ex
pected that tht Mayflj|er will return
to this city, which is her regular win
MAIL POUCH RIFLED.
Several Hundred Letters Opened and
St. Louis. Nov. _.". mail pouchy
\i\nv Vns rine.i near Oehveln. la., "has'
been received at the office of Chief
Postoffice Inspector Dice. The pouch
had contained several hundred letters
from points in the West and had been
cut open and the contents taken.
Every letter had been opened and the
money In the letters taken. Money
orders and chocks amounting to $10.-
000 were left, Nearly all the letters
were torn or -mutilated in such a man
ner that it will be impossible to for
ward them to their destinations. The
only clew the government has regard
ing the robbery is that the sack was"
taken from the car somewhere be
tween St. Joseph, Mo., and Oelwein.
la it being last seen intact at the
INDICTED FOR PEONAGE.
Georgia Men Alleged to Be Selling Ne
groes Into Servitude.
Savannah, Ca.. Nov. _'" Indict
ments have been returned against
some of the most prominent people of
South Georgia, one of them a member
of the Georgia legislature, charging
peonage*'on twenty-six counts and the
selling of negroes into servitude.
Vote of Confidence in Redmond.
Dublin Nov. LTrrAt a meeting of
the Irish parliamentary party here, at
which John Redmond presided, a vote
of cordial confidence in Mr. Redmond
was unanimously adopted, as was a
resolution, proposed by Mr. Redmond,
asking that William O'Brien withdraw
his resignation as member of parlia
ment for Cork city.
The Fair Variety Cash Store
F. M.MALZAHN S CO.
We have purchased the General Merchandise Stock ol
G. Sims & Co., and in order to make room for our big stock of
Hardware we will close out this line of General Merchandise
at your own price
This slock contains a very complete and recent loVof
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
FOOTWEAR, CROCKERY, ETC.
and everything without reservation will be sacrificed. Sale will begin
MONDAY, NOV. 23
AT MARKHAM BRICK BLOCK.
WE MUST DISPOSE OF THIS ENTIRE STOCK WITHIN THIRTY DAYS.
Early buyers get the best bargains.
F. Malzahn & Co.
FOR SALETwo teams. Call
at Doran's barn, Fifth street,
between Beltrami and Minne
FOR SALE Fine quarter sec
tion northeast of Blackduck,
800,000 pine, spruce and tama
,rac: .bes'des vnsk quantity vi.
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,
FOU SALKTwo thousand cords of
16-inch wood. Wes Wright.
TORENTNice furnished room.
Inquire at Severson's Dry
TO TRADE Two teams, har
ness, wagons and sleighs for
cordwood. Wes Wright, City
WANTED^ 7^a^s"e~r7 for old
papers. Ten cents a hundred.
WAXTFD To till voiir wants.
want ANT1 work"
dees it like a
By mar itul
1 ot any
WANTED Lady agents, best
selliflg skin food made: 66 per
cent commission: agents make
s7 to SI'2 a day. Send 50 cents
for full size box and terms.
Yates Manufacturing Co..Hud-
BMBEMl ill' ilT TTO I I IHT" CiVJiiS'*^
Quoting prices and showing goods
are as different as high colored dime novels and real life:
but if von will call on its we will show you Ladies'.
Children's and Misses'. Boy's and Men's Fiulerwear. Caps.
Mittens. Gloves, Toys, Chinaware, Glassware, Christinas
Goods, etc.. and give you prices that are as low as any
one can make on honest goods. See that elegant line oi
Round Wick Lamps on exhibition at our store, and don't
forget we handle Cigars, Tobaccos and a line line of
Candy and Nuts, and give you the most for your money.
Watch for our Christmas Candies and Tree Decorations
and Bemidji Souvenir Dishes which will be arriving
from now on till Christmas.