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Will Do It
VOLUME 2. NUMBER 01.
S T. PAU L, June28.As tliere
ijsultof th3county convention held
throughout the state today, it isby
now known that eight counties
will send two sets of delegates
each to the state convention which
begins on Thursday.
""Bolting conventions were held in
Ramsey, Hennepin, Benton, Bel
trami, Bigs tone, Sherburne, Cass
and Roseau will have contesting
delegations and these counties
represent a total of 233 delegates
more than twice as many con
testing delegates as were in
famous Wisconsin convention
that split in twain.
Malaria is a slow poison, but the most stubborn-and
deeply rooted when it takes possession of the sys
tem. W breathe into the lungs the polluted, germ",'
tainted air the little microbes then enter into the sys
tem, and feeding upon the red corpuscles of the blood,
soon reduce this vital, life-sustaining fluid to such a
weak, watery state that the patient becomes listless,
pale and anaemic, and men
tally and physically de-
pressed. Malaria may be-
cniliy sensations, ionowea
carry pflf the poisonous
4* At 4*
At A* Jt.
aver Decomes lorpm, ana
Returns today did not materi
ally change the line-up as made
the managers of the rival
candidates yesterday*. Dunn
made some nice.-gains, and
cinched victories already won.
Collins gained several votes in.
Goodhue and claims he has car-1years.
ried Sibley, which he did not ox
Filmore,Gray beating Burns fori
the endorsement for railroad
been polluting the blood and the circulationmatter S.
taina no strong minerals, but is strictly a vegetable remedy,*a blood.
purifier without an equal, and the greatest of all tonics. If you have I Jnrt.i1ann,'Vi:.,.Stat-el
ny symptoms ocf Malaria, writ~ us, anj medicai advice will, beefur*
tVhihed without cost, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. CAm I the councils ^rthe
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits.
*f Our entire line of Ladies' Tailor-Made
7* Suits a 1-2 of the regular price.
Abouti-0fl-jTHTmmits- in SUIUUKT Weiglit
worth up to 2-3c 'your choice for lie each.
Flags and Bunting:
flairs, liuntmsr, 15aloons and Japanese Lan-
5f terns and Parasols
light was pulled off
commissioner, then Collins got a,
of the delegates for i
governor. The forcing of the
unit rule inOttertail raised a row
CrlCrFlY'l mSm I
IJPft "tlfT RTTU HXA I PROHIBITIONISTS.
Amory, Mies^ Jan. 88, 1908,
i About fifteen years ago I suffered with boila,
took a course of S. S. S., which built me up Indianapolis, June 29.One tliou-
gin with slight rigors or- *ud entirely cured me of the boils. Three years sand (telesales and visitors to the na-
fhillv wneatinns followed *B I offered with Malaria, and rememberins
much rood S. S..S. had done me, I deter-
by fever and 'thirst but mined to try it again. I am srlad to say thai the
.'j. 11 c .L results were all I could have desired. Since then
gradually all par ts t the itake S. S. S.
'system are affected the Malaria.b Last summer I spent most of the tims
liver becomes tornid and
dark or yellow splotches
appear upon the skin the stomach fails to properly digest the food,
and there are frequent headaches, dizziness, bad taste in the mouth,
constipation and a general worn-out, tired feeling that only a sufferer
from Malaria can describe. Other and more dangerous symptoms
are apt to follow where this disease is neglected, such as nervous pros*
tration, palpitation, sleeplessness, enlarged liver, weak kidneys, boils
and risings"and dangerous-looking sores and abscesses. Malaria is all
the more dangerous because of its insidious and stealthy nature. It is
an invisible atmospheric poison, and the germs and microbes that aro
lodged in the blood are propagating and increasing in number all thQ
while, clogging the circulation and gradually wrecking the health,
What is- needed in Malarial troubles is
a blood purifier and tonic. S. S. S. purifies
the germ-infected blood, tones up the stom
ach, improves the appetite and invigorates
the entirely stem. It"stimulates the torpid,
sluggish organs of the body, enabling them
have no of
to properly perform their functions and
con* campaign Chaiimiin
O'Leary & Bowser,
A chance to buy a Fourth ofJuly Dress at a small price.
12 pieces Caiitalinn Novelties. 30 indies wide. .'os 11s to huy the first of
the year 2::c
a yard on account of the cold, backward season we are over-
stocked on shear fabrics. They must g6 choice this week at I5c a yard.
4= W carrv tho most poa line of "A* %*$- ,j
i, i I i and i i-_ at -u a pair, i-- ana i
ii, i i a.1 a pair.
The Bemidji Daily
WOULD SMOKE KIM OUT
OPPOSITION TO MILES FOR PRESI
HIS CONTINUED SILENCE THE CAUSE
OBJECTORS DEMAND THAT HE
DECLARE HIS POSITION ON
on r,nn tKnn
Prohibition convention have ar
rivedl, hnl as Ihe have rti.slWbiiterJ
tnorbselves among., the smaller hotels
and in boa'rdiiiglioiises where no bars
are maintained their presence in
eily is scarcely hotieealTle The ar
rival:-, represent many stales ami leiri-
National Chairman Stewart of Chi
an begun taking a had in the
opposition to the nomination of (!vn-
era] Miles. State Chairman Jones of
IVnnsylvania is at tho head of the
Miles forces, The fight against Gem
era! Miles is declared be contingent
upon his conlinuing the silence he has
so far maintained as to his position.
They demand that, he declare himself
for the Prohibition movement and an
nounce his-willh.giiess in be Lhe.'pait.v
candidate. The" postponed caucus of
those holding this 'position was held
at the Cloy pool during the day.
Among those prominent in the move
ment to oppose General Miles unle.-s
tie make(s a statement of his position Oku's a'rinj
andi who attended the caucus arc
'SecretarSyl Tale, C. MetealfoClark Rhode'
Secretary C. 12. of
presidential nominee fast
The henvy sellino in our olothin^ &
bartirient last week was the cause of inanv
broken hues in $lo suits. We have put
them on the $10 pile* a good clmrice to ^ej "J"!
a suit for the Fourth".
A 25 oiscount on Fancy Vests and Duck We have a completg line of Ladies' Bath-
4* Trousers. ing Suits. f
the_. kind that fit and give satis
Shirtci Wais-i Suits.- i /i i i ii CTT" -and *'r"' HouPtop v('X., Juner 29.Thieves- Cl.
3 I lot Me nMon'c J^ig-litI.irtht Uolorea |o.U llats at faction.\ Waists,. IOC to $1J Suits1 ??4- t. here v.- a very .,,i scheme
aTj for th i.,.,..ry 'A a ijrFHn riling fimu
Hate .1..l ft'i .,.....,.._
land. Cal., the Piohibiiion JCJUIOT on
the Pacific coast, and other leaflets in
BEMIDJI. MINNESOTA. WKDNKSDAV. JINK 29 L904.
Most Sensational Political Battle in History of the State of Minnesota. Will Be Won
By Robert C. Dunn, of Princeton.
hut the Dunn men carried the jnori ownight the result, it is he-1 hall, where 4hey perfected organ
conventions of this year will go
down in history as the most
sanguinary conflict in recent
Already delegates are
pouring into S Paul and head
quarters have been opened by
Dunn and Collins at the
Merchants and Windsor hotels.
The Eddy men are hero and are
distinguished by unique badges.
The pre-convention stfugglef Ramsey enmity ronvtrntion', in
will be undertaken with renewed the city, the Dunn delegates
vigor in the morning and by to- bolted and proceeded to another
y_ lieved, will bo known to a practi- ization and elected (V dclegateBi
There were exciting incidents cal certainty. The Dunn men ,all instrrcted to vote for Dunn on
all over the state, and the county [are making claims l enough to Thursday. A like program was
nomiiiate outside the twin city
contesting delegations and are
using the cry, "the country
against the cities- with telling
Wm. Lee is spoken of as the
Dunn candidate Hit: permanent
Chairnian and QscTfr Hallin as the
Before the first roll call al tlib
DECIDES TO WITHDRAWN
RECENT DF.VELOPMLr-.'TS COMPEL
kUROPAJKIN TO MOVE HIS
LINE OF COMMUNICATION IN DANGER
JAPS OCCUPY PASSES IN FENSHU
MOUNTAINS AND THREATEN
TO CUT RAILROAD.
tluii a :.i'
W ha\e ju. received a line of the cele- i line para with i.he railn i bi.
hrated Musser lloSc fdl hildru 6. and L\ t\-'-n np tfenrund Wapyan
56^-1 V.'MS only In: asteD Ul Lhs
2 previous rii pntcheB. fJencral pku has
EKiiin .ts n. i'!'-iisiv and is
-'8uppot?n '.-!K'r ii Kwofcii 'i"'--.- li'i-'-
8gH pian !:-i.-'t .i.' i.:
evnK.'rc'iJ in ttrc
eion o\ T.:"'!i- '-i:i'i. Tin: Julian
I eSR tiir. I an
I in ''""x
i -,i iw- denoting th presente i a largir'tau
pi iii f(
TaltrheUiao Tho i i-
..ii of ihti gcsneral stafl
hod battle IH now ".tin I.
,y It ia dtmhUnl win Un-i Kauoiiatkru 'ii!
arcfi.t south of Haichiitig. ii
Lib more lik conclusion aloi
carried out in Hennepin and six
other counties! Many prominent
Republicans predict that there
will bo two state conventions.
The Dunn managers are san
guine. and maintain-, that they
have enough strength in the out
side counties to nominate their
man on the first ballots with up
wards of .OOOwotos. Tho Collins
fereescluiin that both the Hemic
pin and Ramsey county delegates
will be seated.
GENERAL OKU CONTINUES TO ADVANCE^
ASSUMES THE OFFENSIVE:*
IN SUPPORT OF THE AT- V?-.
TACK ON HAICHENC. L
Rt. Petersbt'trg, .rune L'O.-The Asso
I'ress is informed nn mmii tttkiSf!
thority tliit Ceneral Kurophil-.in lias!
decided t" withdraw northward.
A felegrani from Gdneial KuropnP
kin, as piiWished in a speclfrt edition!^
of the Official Messenger, Informed tii'tfLi^
St. Pelei-slnir::iTs that fleneral Ivliro-, J.
Id's army lin eifssecl (h lhi'. fm:
inoithlali' S and \v41 a- -i--'.
vancing'TfTrrrnn!' colniRTOi from Kfiiyefl
on llaii lietic and frqrii Petmw aiiycheiic
on Liaoyant',. while port'luiis 61 tltmeijii
re moving northeast j,*
vard nion-g motinfitin passes to
Blrencthi'i^ iiu :iital i'ti Ihr'itdiiMii,'. I
The same telegiam reported o.t-avalix
engagBiuont at --Seiiin hen iti-l: a'in..
GAMBLING OU SE ROBBF.D.
o.^ Twelve Hun
was si! under poker i,-iiil an
the !u: irnnwuliately mad*' [fy
nish f.' xi During tho evr iti: J*'*
ment son.'' o.ni graltlj.eii the banJ rrdl &-
at th'^ faro sable, getting between
Just a. Word
\o charge for the Little Hank.
,It is loaned to you FREE.
The] first dollar yon 'posii is held as
a Buarantee thai vbu will return the lii
tie Bank. However this dollar rTelongs
tf) vorj draws mterPS and can he with
drawn bv jou any time you return the
4-b 4 & ?if i* bb b:b'b.b b. I bbb'b ^i^ffijJHK'J' ffit$'
You have our Guarantee yovi know what it means.
"It is what yovi Save, not what you Karn. that makes Wealth."
DO IT NOW!
Open a Savings Bank Account.
GET A 'HOME BANK E E
I. MEYER 6, CO..
HiftK Art Clothiers.
-Buying Furs is like buying Jewelery,
On would hardly think of buying a dia-
mond of a peddler, yet every year there
are more or less Furs bought of men
who travel around the country with a
trunk full of Inferior Furs. There is no
danger of those who buy once getting
caught again, but it is to those who have
never been taken in that we desire to inform that
on or about AUGUS 1st we will receive from one
of the most reliable Fur House in America $1000
worth of the finest Furs ever shown in Bemidji.
LEARY& BOWSER .4!.
The Pioneer Prints
.than any other news
iai-i letwe Dulutta
and Crookston. St. Paul
and the North Pole.
TEN CENTS PER WEEK
mm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mam
We have about 75 pairs of Men's
Dress Shoes in odd lots, worth
up to $3.50. Here is a snap for
you. Some Patent Leathers, Vici,
Cordavan and Box Calf.
^irst National Bank
C.ipital and Surplus, $30,1)00.
C. W. Hittttngst, Tres. F. V. Sheldon, Vice-Pres.
A. White. 'Cashier.