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Santa Claus at Peterson's. We mix paints toorder. Jones A few more apples at a dollar per bushel at Peterson's. M. G. Slocum spent last night at Tenstrike on business. Smallpox is reported from sev eral of the logging camps in the vicinity of Bena. Hark ye to the peasant strain. People are often saved by taking Mark's Lung Balsam. Call on A. E. Winter the lead ing jeweler for up-to-date goods. Next door to First National bank. Reuben Grimoldby went to Duluth this morning, where he intends to'file on a stone and timber claim. W. H. Bohannan, of the Ex change hotel, was at Mallard Lake yesterday closing up his business interests there. F. J. Cline, superintendent for the Walker & Akeley Co., re turned last night from a busi ness trip to Minneapolis. Vinton Ellis, who was for some time employed on the Sentinel, has gone to Mallard Lake, where he will have charge of the Mallard Call in the future. DR. FOSTER DENTIST MILES BLOCK. with every pound of Sultan Coffee yon 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. FREE! Clearance SeJe -za THROUGHOU TH E STORE BEGINNIN 5 ATURDAY I will place on sale my entire line of Walking Skirts, in all the new designs in make and material, also a new line of Black Dress Skirts in silk and the newest fabrics. My line of Waists, which is nneqnaled in the Northwest and famous for its style and beauty 15 to 20 per cent off from its original low price. I have just received a line of the latest novelties in Neckwear, Silk Scarfs, Fancy Table linens, Lace Bed Sets with Battenburg Lace and Muslins. Kid Glovesthe largest selection in town in all the new" shades. Also black and white Dress Goods at a large discount. In our line of Millinery you will find an elegant selection in the advanced styles at the closing out prices. Ou Cloak Sale is still on. In all those lines you can not be at a loss to select your Christmas presents. The Berman Emporium, Bemidji Santa Claus at Peterson's: Subscribe for the Pioneer. Miss Bertha Myer, of Park Rapids, arrived in the city last night for a visit with friends. Words are weak as water when it comes to telling of the wonder ful cures of Mark's Lung Balsam. Andy Danahar went to Nebish last night to look after the open ing of his new saloon business there. For coughs, colds or any lung trouble do you know Mark's Lung Balsam is the best? Try a bottle. Ask your druggist. L. H. Bailey was at Cass Lake on business yesterday afternoon connected with the Carver-Black case. Carver was admitted to bail in the sum of $300. The holiday business at the local postoffice is beginning to make itself felt already. Mails incoming and outgoing are grow ing more heavy every day. Not a game of blind man's buff. We don't ask you to go blindly in to the purchase of a single bottle of Mark's Lung Balsam. It's a sure cure for cough, throat and lung troubles. Norman Helmer yesterday pur chased one of the finest teams of draught horses that has come to Bemidji this season at a bargain. He secured the team, harness and a wagon for $150. Landlord Hannifin presides at the day desk at the Markham and says he finds sufficient diver sion about the situation to keep him from worrying about his chances to land the railroad com missionership. It is reported that Sheriff Swan Torkelson, of Bagley, and his housekeeper, Fredericka Si vertson, will take a trip to Florida for their health, how long they intend to remain has not yetlocating been announced. A. R. Button, who has been visiting in this city for several days and combing business with pleasure left last night for Bigton. Falls. Mr. Button was acccom panied by a surveyor, who will plat anew town for him adjoining Big Falls. The Wodern Woodmen of Bag ley put through a class of seven new members on Monday last and before finishing up their work were called to a halt by the Royal Neighbors, who came loaded down with goods things to eat and a pleasant time was bad. George McTaggart has re ceived word from Kelliher that the carcass of a big moose has been found near the place where Mr. McTaggart shot his several weeks ago. He is of the opinion that it is the one he wounded while in the woods, but was un able to get out. County Commissioner Fred Sibley was in the city last night from Solway. Mr. Sibley has a new mining story. I is to the effect that he knows of a gold mine. The mine is within the corporate limits of some city, the name of which Mr. Sibley is not divulging and he says sand taken from a depth of three feet off the top of the ground assays $50 per ton in screen gold. in All Lines at the RERMAN EMPORIUM Santa Claus at Peterson's. A. A. Carter is at Wilton. Mrs. John McAvoy is visiting with relatives at Fosston, calling on his Bemidji patrons today. Chas. F. Gerbush, who will have charge of one of the Irwin & O'Brien camps near Tenstrike, is in the city today. Henry Winterstein, a claim owner from Hubbard county, commuted a quarter section in 144-34 before Clerk of Court Rhoda this morning. town of Alaska, was at the court house this morning to get a county ovder for his town. Mr. Welch is the goverment agent looking after the cutting of the reservation pine on apart of one of the reservations this winter. rtay Loveland, confined at the county jail to await the action of the grand jury on a charge of highway robbery, is in poor health. He has been ill most of the time since his incarceration, but is a trifle better now than he was when he first went to jail Judge of Probate Clark has re ceived a letter from the vice con sul of Norway and Sweden at St. Paul, stating that the matter of the heirs of the late M. O. Fish of Blackduck at his old home in Sweden has been taken up through the Norwegian and Swedish legations at Washing Fisk's relatives are said to be living in the vicinity of Teile marken, Norway, but have not yet been located. A. G. Anderson, the Blackduck and is down with a car Of horses the city liveryman, has been in on business today. A call for the first meeting of the charter commission is ex-j Deputy Sheriff John Bailey pected to issue tomorrow. has boon absent from the city I. W. Kramer, of Wadena, who for the past week attending a is traveling for Swift & Co., is term of the United States Dis trict court at Duluth. Turnkey Wright is still at his home at Little Palls ill. Sheriff Bailey has thirty prisoners at the county jail and says he doesn't relish the idea of doing the work of three men as he has been doing for the past week. Mrs. M. A. Spooner went to Grand Rapids today to spend Sunday with her husband, Judge, Spooner, who is sitting in thei The second of the series of term of district court on there at games for the prize offered by present. L. H. Bailey was played at the T. J. Welch, treasurer of the I whist club last night. Arnold Santa Claus at Peterson's. bank clearings Yesterday's $4,399.07. Win. Blocker is at Cass on business today. C. M. Olson, of Cass Lake, was at the Rembre this morning. B. C, Piokard, of Park Rapids, is among the guests at the City hotel. Bill, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kaiser is quite ser iously ill. Lake Rev. E. Peterson, who comes from the southern part of the state is a guest of Win. Blocker. A death occurred at Tenstrike last night. E. L. Naylor today shipped a casket to H. L. Lin gren. E. F. Young, and sister, Mil dred, are in the city from Wa dena, the guests of Mrs. E. L. Naylor. A. J. Post, who formerly re sided in Bemidji and at one time drove stage out of this city, is re newing acquaintances. Mr. Post is now located in North Dakota which he expects to put in the woods in the vicinity of Black duck. Santa Claus at Peterson's. WHIST and Hitchcock W(i over Loud and Graham, the second highest by a margin of three points. Two games were played. The first game consisted of twenty-three boards and return. The last game was sixteen boards and re turn. The total scores follow: Arnold and Hitchcock 513-1 Loud and Graham 510-2 Meyer and Wyler 508 3 Bailey and Foster 506-4 Phibbs and Evans. 504-5 George and Browne 501-6 'Hank'' Smith Stand Up. The police department has re ceived a letter asking it to try if possible and locate one "Hank" Smith who is believed to be in this vicinity or working in the logging camps north of here. Mrs. Florence Howard, a Fargo lady, says that "Hank" has promised to marry her but that he got out of town a short time ago and she fears from the way he has been conducting himself that he doesn't intend to make good. Wh go without an Overcoat in this cold weather when you can buy one for less than MANUFACTURERS PRICE on our entire stock of new and up-to-date OVERCOATS, such as H., S. & M. Sturm, Maver, Rothschild and Loewenstein make Every coa.t guaranteed. Get one before they are all gone The Pajlitfht Store. Big Drive in Jig Time. B. P. McDonald was in the city at noon today from Dike port. Mr. McDonald started before sunrise this mornine: to drive to Bemidji. The roads are simi)ly out of sight he says and he accomplished the distance to Bemidji, sixty miles, at 12:80. The team did not appear to be any the worse for wear. Mr. McDonald is the resident man ager for Crocker & Crowell, real estate men of Minneapolis, who have large interests in this-vi cinity. 1-3 OFF The Happiest Time of the Year kA. EVERYBODY LIKES TO RECEIVE PRESENTS. AND When Buying know they have the best value for their money. W have a line we feel safe in recommending to give entire satisfaction Watches, Diamonds Clocks and Silverware The Biggest Variety in Bemidji Chains, Lockets, Brooches Scarf Pins, Rings, Cut Glass Hand Decorated Ghinai aoid Sovivenir China. Ii A Orders for ENGRAVING should be placed now to avoid disappointment A A A, We will be pleased to lay von iv select until anything E. A. BARKER 513 Third Street. Bemidji. Minn. aside Xrnas BemidjiPioneerVotingCoiites (J001) FOR ONE VOTK FOR Teams in Demand. g. Teams for work in the woods are in demand just at present. The current wages are #15 anid $20 per month. Twelve cars of horses have been shipped to Be midji during the past week to go into th* various camps, many teams have come overland and there is still a demand. Hauling operations which are just begin ning at all the lumber camps accounts for the unusually brisk demand at present. Santa Claus at Peterson's.