exact, and can be bought at
We mix paints toorder. Jones
J. O. Johnson has accepted
position on the Pioneer.
Daly's Nen Nights in a Bar
Room at the City Opera House
Words are weak as water when
it comes to telling of the wonder
ful cures of Mark's Lung Balsam.
M. G. Siocum was hobnobbing
with friends at Blackduck last
night and incidentally talking
Twenty-five dollars discount on
all Singer sewing machines sold
during balance of the week.
Bisiar & Cardiff.
B. Bishop went to Cass
Lake this morning to be present
at the big pine sale which takes
place there today.
For coughs, colds or any lung
trouble do you know Mark's
Luna: Balsam is the best? Try a
bottle. Ask your druggist.
B. A. Grim, of the Fitger
Brewing Co., was in the city last
night looking up the trade. Mr.
Grim is an old friend of County
Commissioner Wes Wright. The
latter gentleman knew him in
Duluth when he drove a delivery
wagon for the company. He is
now one of its most popular
with every purchase of a
you are entitled to a hand
some Dish, a Sugar Bowl, a
Cake Plate, a Vegetable Dish,
a Cup and Saucer, or Milk
The dish alone is worth
the price asked for the coffee.
When Looking For
YOU CAN FIND THE MOST USEFUL AND ELEGANT AT
THE BERMAN EMPORIUM
We have anew line of Cloaks just received, a beautiful selection of Waists, Skirts,
Tea Jackets, Muslins, Linnens, some elegant novelties in Silk Evening Shawls also a., mm
line of Kid Gloves in the newest shades.
0\ir Millinery Line is most complete for the holiday trade and prices the
Any of these goods will make a most desirable present which will please the most
THE BERMAN EMPORIUM
Hark ye to the peasant strain.
People are often saved by taking
Mark's Lung Balsam.
H. H. Wheelock is taking a lay
off and will spend tomorrow at
his home at Maple Ridge.
German Lutheran services will
be held at the Norwegian church
on December 6, at 2:30 p. m.
Call on A. E. Winter the lead
ing jeweler for up-to-date goods.
Next door to First National
See Sample. Swichel with
Daly's "Ten Nights in a Bar
Room" at the City Opera House
Wm. Kelly and Hugh McDon
aid were down from Kelliher yes
terday shaking hands with their
many Bemidji friends.
E. H. Jerrard sent up his crew
of plumbers to Blackduck last
night to put in the heating plant
in P. H. McGarry's Teepetonka
Not a game of blind man's buff.
We don't ask you to sro blindly in
to the purchase of a single bottle
of Mark's Lung Balsam. It's a
sure cure for cough, throat and
The quarantine on the Blake
resort has been raised. The
house was thoroughly fumigated
and the only case of small-pox
developed was taken to the quar
Without going into details at
this time, will mention that we
are placing in our large basement
store and garret the largest and
best stock of toys ever brought
to town. Please call and look it
over. J. Peterson, Jr.
The opening of the skating rink
which was announced to occur
the latter part of of this week
has been delayed by weather un
favorable to its construction. I
will be some time yet before the
rink will be ready for business.
George Cook, of the Brainerd
Lumber Company, was in the
city on business today. Mr.
Cook was returning to Brainerd
after attending the pine sale at
Cass Lake. He reports there
was quite a large attendance of
Assisant Manager Sherman, of
the City Opera House, believes
it pays to hustle, and accordingly
heralds for the performance of
"Ten Nights in a Bar Room" at
the city opera house tonight,
were distributed on the M. & I.
passeneger train last night.
The hardware stores all report
a large sale of traps. One store
yesterday outfitted two young
men who intend to put in the
winter trapping on one of th
smallstreams north of Northome,,
where there is said to be the best
trapping ground for otter and
muskrats in the Northwest.
Mrs. E. M. Britton, one of the
settlers of the town of Northern,
was in the city yesterday and
paid the Pioneer office a pleasant
visit. She reports that a nu mber
of improvements are being made
on the Britton property. The
erection of a new barn is one of
several improvements which,
when completed, will make the
Britton home one of the cosiest
in the country. I
A. 0. Johnson, of Turtle River,
is at the Markham.
W. E. Verity, the Wadena
editor, is in town.
Mrs. F. P. Hannatin is at Long
Prairie today, the guest of rel
R. J. Albrant, of the Blackduck
Furniture Company, is in the
L. R. Barto, one of the oldest
and most prominent citizens of
Sauk Centre, is at the Markham.
Solon Finley is down from the
camps in the vicinity of Bullhead
Lake greeting his Bemidji friends
Thomas Moore, of Wadena, re.
turned to his home this morning
after having looked over several
towns in this vicinity.
Landlord Geil, of the Remore
hotel has been ill for the past sev
eral days and is at present in
pacitated from his duties at the
A. R. Holston, of Crookston,
one of the prominent lawyers of
that city and county attorney of
Clearwater county is in the city
on business today.
Chas.JWoodward left today for
Duluth where he will title at the
United States land office on a
valuable timber.and stone claim
in the range country.
December is usually the ban
ner month for marriage licenses
at the clerk of courts office but
up to the present time not a sin
gle one has been issued.
Rev. Higgins announces that
during the present winter he in
tends to distribute nearly half a
ton of literature to the lumber
jack in northern Minnesota.
The Fitger Brewing Company
contemplates the erection of a
cold storage warehouse at Kelli
her, to supply its large and con
stantly increasing tradde in this
Robert McCall, who is in the
employ of Backus & Brooks as a
cruiser, came in from the woods
last night. Mr. McCall has been
working in the vicinity of Bena
for some time past.
M. E. Thurston has bought the
building formerly occupied ..by
Reed's photograph gallery and
will move it from it's present loca
tion to a lot between Eleventh
and Twelfth streets where it will
be utilized as a barn.
The "Ten Nights in a Bar
Room" band gave a concert in
front of Barker's drug store
today. The band is one of the
best that has ever been heard in
the city. Its rendition of
Suppes, "Light Cavalry," a
standard overture was highly
George Anderson underwent a
delicate operation at St. An
thony's hospital the first of the
week and is at present doing
very nicely. Mr. Anderson has
deen suffering from stomach
trouble for some time. He has
consulted the most eminent spe
cialists and even took a trip to
the old country. As a result of
the operation at St. Anthony
he hopes todisappointed. regain hisehealth and man
friends hop that he
Wm. lx)ughead, who has been
at St. Anthony's hospital this
week suffering from an attack of
typhoid-pnuemonia, which for a
time was considered very serious
is doing very nicely at present.
Against Hard Proposition.
A lumberman who attempted
to beat the Pioneer Employment
office out of a dollar last night
soon learned that he was up
against a hard proposition. He
secured his transportation to one
of the camps and bolted through
the door. An overtaker was dis
patched after him at once and
the woodsman was overhauled at
the M. &. I. depot where he paid
James Price announces to the
Pioneer today that the paper was
in error last night when it stated
that lie had caught an eighteen
pound pickerel, Mr. Price is
something of a sportsman and
would like to claim the credit,
but as the fish was captured by
a friend of his he does not feel
that he can do so.
O A CASS LAK E
Tourist Rogers and J. F. Miner
to Go for Ten Rounds at City
Quite a party of loval sports
to Cass Lake at noon today
to attend the Rogers-Miller glove
contest which is to be held at the
opera house tonight and in which
there is considerable local inter
est. The exhibition promises to
be fast. Both men have reputa
tions and both are in tine fettle.
The beating favors Rogers at
present but the colored man is
not without friends who will take
the money even and all that is
going at odds. Preliminary to
the event of the evening there
will be a five round sparring
match between John Bonner, of
this city, and Don Stevenson.
The latter is an old timer and
was once celebrated in the coast
country. Sam Sutor will referee
Daly's "Ten Nights in a Bar
Room" will be the attraction at
the City Opera House tonight.
The company arrived in the c"ity
this morning from Blackduck,
where it opened the new opera
house last night. Its carries its
own band and orchestra. During
the course of the bill tonight a
number of pleasing specialties
will be introduced. The seat
sale at Barker's has been larger
in advance than for any attrac
tion appearing at the local house
BEMIDJI SOUVENIRS Paper Weights
Salt and Pepper
which make nice Christ
Remember, we have a
Large Variety of Christ
mas Goods, and prices are
always right. If you
haven't received one of our
Free Photograph Tickets
call for one and be sure to
bring it with you and have
the amount of your pur
THE FAIR VARIETY
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The Happiest Time of the Year
EVERYBODY JMM TO
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recommending to give entire satisfaction
The Biggest Variety in Bemidji
Chains, Lockets, Brooches
Scarf Pins, Rings, Cut Glass
Hand Decorated Chine*.
evnd So\ivenir Chines
Orders for ENGRAVING should be
placed now to avoid disappointment
anything you may select until Xmas
We will be pleased to lay aside
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BIRDS, WHOLE ANIMALS, FISH, FUR RUGS AND ROBE*
and GAME HEADS mounted to order and for dale. I carry at
all times a good nssortim-.it of INDIAN RELICS and CURIOS.
FUR GARMENTS made to order, repaired and remodeled
I URSIn season bought.
I guarantee my work mothproof and
the most lifelike of any in the state
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