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The daily pioneer. [volume] (Bemidji, Beltrami Co., Minn.) 1903-1904, November 28, 1903, Image 3

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OystersLakeside Bakery.
We mix paints toorder. Jones
Hot oyster stew. Peterson's
parlors.
Dr. Gilmore was at Shevlin
on business yesterday.
Hot drinks and lunch served
at the Lakside Bakery.
John Graham transacted busi
ness at Farley last night.
If you want to buy a nice home
call on Moore & Wiedrick, phone
212.
J. P. Hellstrom, of Crookston,
was a guest at the Markham yes
terday.
We put this here because you'll
see it. Mark's Lung Balsam
will cure your cough or cold.
M. D. Stoner went to Brainerd
this morning, where he has busi
ness with the officials of the
M. &I.
Why buy the second best when
the best costs no more? Mark's
Lung Balsam is the best for
coughs.
W. H. Strachan, the genial
superintendent of the M. & I.,
was at the Markham last night,
returning from a trip to points
north on the line.
lp V1T* Dr. Lao-
JL# I JE son. the Eye
Specialist, is at the City Hotel.
Have your eyes examined by a
specialist while opportunity
offers. DR. FOSTER
DENTIST
MILES BLOCK.
FREE!
with .every purchase of a
pound of
Sultan
Coffee
you are entitled to a hand
some Dish, a Sugar Bowl, a
Cake Plate, a Vegetable Dish,
a Cup and Saucer, or- Milk
Pitcher.
The dish alone is worth
the price asked for the coffee.
The Chicago Strike M,y Reach an End Today But the
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
At Herman's Emporium Will Continue
Until Sa.t\irday Evening....
Winter has just started but the price of Ladies' and Children's
Suits and Cloaks will be greatly reduced. G-reat offer of all Dress
Goods twenty-five per cent reduction. Come early and get first
choice. Sale of
Millinery, Outing Flannel Garments,
Waists, Dress Skirts, Ribbons and Silks
will continue. Above we mentioned some wonderful values just the
merchandise wanted now. A glance at our stock will convince you.
Headquarters for Warner's Rust Proof Corsets.
J5he Berman Emporium
OystersLakeside Bakery.
Ice cream in bulk or bricks, J.
Peterson, Jr.
Oysters served in any style at
the Lakeside Bakery.
Wm. McCuaig was at Tenstrike
on business last night.
C. A. Rose, the good natured
John Gund man, from Brainerd,
was in the city yesterday.
Call on A. E. Winter the lead
ing jeweler for up-to-date goods.
Next door to First National
bank.
You have a right to the best
that can be had for your money'.
Mark's Lung Balsam is the best
for coughs.
A. E. Smith is now nicely
located in his offices in the Swed
back block. Mr. Smith has com
fortable office quarters.
In search of a home? Call and
see Moore & Wiedrick about an
elegant seven room house with
four lots on Minnesota avenue,
near school.
Conductor Atherton, who has
been hunting with a party of the
M. & I. officials near Kelliher for
the past two weeks, has resumed
his passenger run.
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,
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.
W. E. Rowe, county attorney
of Polk county, is down from
Crookston today to attend a
sheriff's sale which wTas
held at
the court house this afternoon,
and disposed of some real estate
under foreclosure proceedings.
Chris Christianson and brother
Nils, who has been visiting him
for several days, went to Farley
last night. Chris went up to
look over the Farley newspaper
outfit, and it will be moved from
Farley to Kelliher, where the
Messrs. Martin and Christianson
are soon to begin the publication
of a newspaper.
ARM
IN ARM
come the thought of
Santa Glatw and
presents. Now is
the time to thia': an:l
act.
Anion our eood.s
we want to surest
Watches
as a fine thing to
drive.
111 buying things
forvo\.r-elfyou look
to the quality, but
that is much more
important in making
purchases to give
others.
You know we have
nhe best in the line
of Silverware. That
is good enough rea
son why you should
buy here.
E.fl.BRRKER
513 THIRD STREET
OystersLakeside Bakery.
Hot chocolate and beef tea.
Peterson's.
J. C. Honey man and wife, of
Tenstrike, are at the Remore.
Choice vacant lots for sale by
Moore & Wiedrick, Markham
Hotel block.
Twenty teams are toting sup
plies to the lumber camps from
Northome.
Judge Spooner is at Cass Lake
this afternoon on business be
fore the United States land
office.
Henry Buenther and Henry
Shelley are expected to return
the first of the week from their
hunting trip to Pine Island.
City Attorney Russel, Editor
Martin and a party oi friends
will spend tomorrow in the big
woods north of the city looking
for big game.
L. H. Bailey will offer a prize
for the most successful team of
whist players which will be con
tested for at the next session of
the whist club.
Contractor Hurst and a large
force of men are pushing work
on the Bemidji brewrery
as fast
as possible and it will no doubt
be finished before the latter part
of next month.
Bemidji hotels have been taxed
to their capacity during all the
present week. There is a larger
number of woodsmen in the city
at present than at any time for
several months.
G. B. Wright Nelson and family
leave the first of the coming
week for their new home in
Mount Pleasant, Mich. Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson had intended to
leave this week but were delayed
in getting away.
The jury in the Enevold mur
der trial at Cass Lake returned
a verdict of guilty. Sentence
had not been imposed yesterday
morning. Enevold was found
guilty in the third degree and
the term of imprisonment which
may be imposed is from five to
fifteen years.
Chris Christianson is back
from Farley this morning with a
big story. It is to the effect that
a moose ran through the main
part of the town of Farley last
night. The animal was not dis
cernible at any time with the
naked eye but Mr. Christianson
measured the tracks this morn
ing and they were eight inches
from tip to tip.
A couple of Crookston people
arrived in the city at noon today
who do not look good to the
police. Chief of Police Bailey
has issued several declaratory
statements regarding what niay
and may not b%-done with pro
priety in Bemidji by Crookston
people and if they fail to live up
to all the requirements there will
be something doing before night.
Traveling salesmen have begun
to leave the road and knights of
the grip will not be as plentiful
from now on until after the
holidays as this is the season of
the year when the traveling man
goes in to the house to give an
account of his stewardship and
prepare a campaign for the com
ing year. There has been a notice
able decrease in the number that
come to Bemidji during the past
two weeks.
Ives' ice cream at the Lakeside
Bakery.
John Middaugh is down from
Blackduck today.
Sheriff Bailey made a business
trip to Blackduck last night.
Monday will be the last day of
the open hunting season for big
game.
Mayor Hobson and Recorder
Harris are down from Kelliher
today on official business.
Sleighing is at least fifteen
days earlier this year than Inst
according to the old timers.
Dr. Thomas,Osteopath (Licensed),
wishes to announce to the
people of Bemidji and vicinity,
that she has opened offices in the
S wed back block, and will be
pleased to see all who are seek
ing health. Osteopathy treats
all phronic diseases. Among the
many cases handled successfully
Nervous Prostration, Rheuma
tism, Lumbago, Asthma, Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, yield readily to our
treatment.
Female diseases a specialty.
Every possible courtesy will
be offered for the investigation of
this science. Consultation free.
F. O. E.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Bemidji Aerie No. 351
Meets every Sunday at 8 p. m.,
Uilmour's Hall.
Joseph Harrington, W. President
H. Lelileu, W. Secretary
Visiting Battles cordially invited.
Quoting prices and showing goods
are as different as high colored dime novels and real life
but, if you will call on us we will show you Ladies',
Children's and Misses', Boy's and Men's Underwear, Caps,
Mittens, Gloves, Toys, Climaware, Glassware, Christmas
Goods, etc., and give you prices that- are as low as any
one can make on honest goods. See that elegant line of
Round Wick Lamps on exhibition at our store, and don't
forget we handle Cigars, Tobaccos and a fine line ol
Candy and Nutjfc and give you the most for your money.
Watch for our Christmas Candies and Tree Decorations
and Bemidji Souvenir Dishes winch will
from now on till Christmas.
The Fair Variety Cash Store
lbO Pag'es-
3 2 in color
W. C. JONES
Only paint shop between Duluth
and Crookston
Paints Oils
G-lass
Varnishes
Kalsomines Brushes
Fall Line Latest Wall Papers
Liver Stabl
A. M. BAGLEY
SUCCESSOR TO J. JINKINSON
I
New Carriages
and Good Horses
New and Second Hand
Carriages For Sale
BEMIDJI MINN.
be arriving
CMM- THIRD
KTItHHT W.
The METROPOLITAN
MAGAZINE for December-
Cleanwholesomeclever fictiongood storiesdescriptive articles of intense
interestthe finest there is in illustrationprinted on the finest papera maga-
zine of literary merit and pictorial excellence. No fraudulent advertising accepted-
ZZ 200,000 Copies
which is more than there is in some
of the 25-cent and 35-cent magazines.
12 Short Stories
all by clever writers: Maurice Hew
lett, W. A. Fraser, Arthur Stringer,
Richard Le Gallienne, Stephen Bon
sal, and others.
8 0 Illustrations
by the best artists with brush, pen
and camera.
16 Portraits of
Beautiful
Women of the stage
This feature alone sells Aousands of
opies each month.
(B36)
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are necessary to meet the demand for December. Some of the recent numbers
were entirely exhausted, and not one re-order from the News Co. could be filled.
Want Column
Advertisements Inserted under this
heading for one cent a word each in
sertion, advance no advertisement
accepted for less than fifteen cents
FOR RENTFour rooms, suit
able for housekeepingj cen
trally located. For further
particulars inquire over Senti
nel office.
FOR SALE Two. teams. Call
at Doran's barn, Fifth street,
between Beltrami and Minne
sota avenues.
FOR SALEFine quarter sec
tion northeast of Blackduck,
300,000 pine, spruce and tama
rac, besides a vast quantity of
hardwood such aa birch* elm,
etc. Soil is black loam, clay
subsoil, very little swamp. Ap
ply at Pioneer office or address
C. \V. Xewbory, Crookston,
Minn.
FOR SALE -Two thousand cords of
lti-iiH-h wood. Wea Wright.
TO RENT- Nce furnished room.
Inquire at Sovorson's Dry
(rood's Store.
TO. TRADE-Two teams, har
ness, wagons and sleighs for
cord wood: Wes Wright, City
dray line.
WANTED At "the" Markham
hotel, one .chambermaid.
WANTED Girl for general
housework. Good wages. Ap
ply at i)0." Lakeside Boulevard
or at Pioneer office.
WANTED Purchasers for old
papers. Ten cents a hundred-.
Pioneer office.
WANTED To till your"wants.
Nothing does it like a Pioneer
want ad
WANT]
work
gmee team.
By mar
rs
ried
hav
can
ot any
license
man,
en-
drive
kind:
and
\ddress Box 711.
WANTED Lady agents, best
selling skin food made: O je
cent ctiuiiiii-sion: agents make
$7to$i2a day. Send a0 cents
Cor full size box and tortus.
Yates Ma mi far uriiur Co., Mud
son. Mich.
The Daily Pioneer want l
umns are good result g.tte.rs.
Trv them.
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