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Will Do It.
VOLUME 2. NUMBER 63.
Men, Women, Children
A comfortable Suit for the Fourth would be one of our two-
piece Outing- Suits. They are made of good material, the better
W* ones re-en forced with material same as suit lit to perfection,
S and our price is from $5.00 O $9.00 a suit.
A Buster Brown Suit
for the little fellow can be bought at this store
at about the price yon would expect to give for
an ordinary suit.
All the latest silks and styles can be seen
in our Neckwear Depart merit. Prices from
25c to 50c a tie.
S T. PAUL.
Featherweight just the thing
for summer wear much nicer
than a straw hat. The latest
blocks in black tan and pearl.
I. MEYER- & CO.,
ft High Art Clothier s.
It Is No Confidently Believed That
Wi the Republican Nominee
A the Convention Today.
man on the Collins side are today
practically admitting defeat.
State Auditor Iverson is one
of those who consider the day
lost for Collins, and indications
.point to the nominaiionof Robert
ST. PAI-L. July 1.When the
Republican state convention was
called to order at 9:30 this morn
ing the credentials committee
MM till I MM, tWUM
1 lot Men's $4.00 Tan Shoes, for
1 lot Men's French
Enameled $ 5 Shoes
New Home Automatic Drop Head Ma-
chines, $35 to $40
Other Machines, from $15 to $25
BOB DUNN WILL WIN
were not ready to report after
being in session nearly all of
the night. Several imprompt
speeches were made and a recess
taken until this afternoon.
The afternoon session was
called to order at 2:10. The cre
dentials committee not being
ready to report the resolutions
"were presented'and anaimousty
adopted. Senator Lay bourne, of
Duluth, presented a resolution
limiting nominating speeches to
tive minutes and seconding
1 barrel Drinking-
2 barrels dellv Classes at
W. ^&& Which we have1
speeches to three. The resolu
tion was Ci unanimously adopted.
Congressman .1. Adam Bede
then addressed the convention.,
the credentials committee being
Collins Delegation Seated.
Unofficial advices in Beroidji
this afternoon are to the effect
that the Collins delegation from at 5 o'clock
The Bemidji Daily Pioneer
^svzr^^ Ladies' Gowns, from
fCT Ladies' ('demise, for
O'LEARY & BOWSER,~~justreceiveH
We have a few Tailor-Made Suits on hand: regular price
from $o to $30 at 1-2 off.
"Fit Well-Wear Well" 5
We admit that there are
custom tailors producing
trousers that look as well
as the new "R. & W."
styles we are offering.
There are no better
trimmings, labor, style or
fit in made-to-measure
goods. You have the ad
vantage with our garments
of seeing just how they
look orfitmade up the
foremost trouser makers
in. America guarantee
every pair, do we.
Our prices suit
your needs, about a
important a point as
an y, after quality.
I W are proud of our Furs
2oc per dozen
35c per dozen
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
Ladies'Skirts, from 50c $4.00
Ladies' Drawers, from 35c to $1.50
$1.00 to $1.50
sold in Bo- nv
ne we have
1 sold in be n\
or the last four years and j|\
we sell most of our Fur Oar- (f\
ments through the recom
inundations of our satisfied
We have Seen in the busi less for ffa
tbo past 10 years. ft\
Kverv Par (3-annent sold or maili!
to ordf-r i* guarantcc-th
See our -Mr Kraywetz afvd hi-HIM
play of M'US at Markh'am Hotel
until .July 7. I'm- will be on ft\
liihil ioiiMaiJ.v from 1 to- (j i if., at. ji
thje ladies' pajplor. Mr. Kvayw'etz
will be pleased to -a a' yonr.ri'i fl
denee in the forenoons to jri-v?s von A
i -1 i iii a!t^-oi i- tt--N+-,v-~ t-'V
Swj yoiir Old i inc. Write Or pi.on' fl\
Mai kham Hotel. j.
ItKMEMBKIi, when buy'ins yoiir rt\-
I'm- (iat tnent from IIN. WC save vort
the Miid!finan Profit. Piir
ments ordeced now will be i- 1 i -1.- Mk
f/in the fall ofthe year. -J-
jhed L8M.J Fjfth Street, S., Minneapolis, Minn.
U.'ltranii county has been seated
by the committee on credentiais.
The Pioneer carinot confirm the
Over in Three Hours.
The convention it is believed
will be over within the next ihrOe
The committee on Credentials
submitted a typewritten" report
BEMIDJI. MINNESOTA KKIDAY, JULY 1, 1904.
TEN CENTS PER WEEK
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No charge for the Little Bank.
It is loaned to you FREE.
The first dollar you 'posit is held as
a guarantee that you will return the lit
tle Bank. However, this dollar belongs
tp yon. draws interest and can he with
drawn bv you any time you return the
v.- v^ i 0 9
Wash Goods.We are selling hundreds of yards of Wash
Goods every day. many pieces at less than cost, because we want~
to close them out before inventory.
Ladies' Shirt Waists.Our Shirt Waists factory has sent
us bv express a nice assortment of Waists for the Fourth
Pugs. Mattings, StairOarpetS Linol-
eum. Oilcloth, Window Shades. Lace
Curtains, and Draperies.
Ladies' Pine Duck Skirts.
Ladies' White Pituic Skirts,
Ladies' Tub Skirts.
Children's and Misses' Oxfords.
"It is what you Save, not wh'at you Earn., that makes Wealth."
DO IT NOW! TODAY!
Open a Savings Batik Account.
GET A HOME A N E E!
The Pioneer Print*
than any other news-,
paper between Duluth
and Crookston. St. Paul
and the North Pole.
We have from the
li- Lake KeservaltD a choice
IMain White. White with fig
ures. Pure Linen and Silk Vests
at 25 per cent discount.
Ladies' Oxfords.At $2.50, $3.00
and S-ToH we show Patent Leather Ox-
fords, and Vici Kids for $1.50 to $3.00
First National Bank,
^Capital and Surplus, $30,000.^
C. VV. Llastins-s Pres. F. P. Sheldon, Vice-Ptet.^
A. P. White, Cashier.