J. A. McConkey.
All those who have drawing books should finish them and
bring: them to our store by noHater than July. Dtli. On the morn-
ing of July 11th they will be turned over to the judges to pass
on and then the prizes will be awarded.
We are well pleased with the way our teas and coffees have
taken with the people but with our experience of this line during
the past four years, it is nothing more than wo expected, for we
consider that they are the finest line it is possible to get.
During the berry season we have all sizes of fruit jars:
Mason, glass fruit cans, pints, rt/c per dozen, quarts per
dozen, 2-qnarts, 8rte per dozen. In stone, fruit jars, quarts,
$1.25 per dozen, 1-gallon size, 2ic each. 2-gallpn size, 40
each and 5-gallon size, $1.25 each. Extra fruit jar caps and^
rubbers. A large consignment of jelly glasses will he in this
week, also another large shipment of crockery. I'rices will be as
low as they can be made and leave a small margin of profit.
Yours Ve ry Trul y,
J. A. HOFF,
Painter and Decorator.
and Art Work.
Grow More Valuable Every Day
The demand for-^Building Lots in Bemidji continues
unabated. We^still have a large number of Fine Residence
Lots, however, in all parts of the city.
You could have bought cheaper a few months jago, but
you will not be. able to buy cheap a few months from now.
Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co.
JOHN F. GIBBONS, Local Agent.
C. H. MILES
Agent for Anheuser-Busch Famous
St. Louis Beer
ibscribe for the Daily Pioneer.
J. A. McCONKEY. jj-
General Banking Business. Fire Insurance.
Monk is Here!
Brinft In your Sign Orders!
Pictorial, Electrical and-
Novelty Signs, Banner's
and Show Cards.
New, Neat andTFp-to-Date.
The Daily Pioneer
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON.
t'lONEER PUBLISHING CO.
Uy R. W. HITCHCOCK.
nterRd In the postofflce at Bemidji, Minn.,
as second class matter.
fficial County and City Paper
SUBSCRIPTION $5 PER YEAR
What Hicks Predicts in Weather
Conditions for This
Hicks says July will begin with
a storm period, which will have
passod away not later than July'
and cooler weather will follow
tor a short time. A reactionary
storm period is central from the
1th to Oth, and the temperature
will rise and electric storms will
occur. From the 9th to 14th
there will be an abundance of
thunder storms, and it is pre
dicted that these storms will
continue from time to time well
into September. July 11 to 11
are the central dates for the
second storm period for the
month. A wave of excessive
warm weather will come, and
many severe blustering and viol
ent storms will take place. Th
storms, however, will be local,
and many sections may suffer
from insufficient moisture. Hail
will fall in the Northwest and
cooler weather will follow. From
the 17th to the 19th the tempera
ture will greatly increase and
there will be storms and very
warm weathers More storms
will occur from the 22nd to the
24th, and the final storm period
will occur from the 27th to the
2Hth, and the storms will return
with more tjjan ordinary inten
The Bemidji ball team took a
game from Bagley on the hitter's
grounds yesterday afternoon by
a score of 13 to 2. Witt and Roy
wemthe batteries for Bemidji,
andNeelan formerly on the home
team pitched for Bagley. Th
Bagley boys were duck soup for
the home aggregation but have a
fast little team nevertheless and
treated the bunch from this city
An Armless Violinist.
John Owens gave a very re
markable exhibition last night at
the shooting gallery Owens was
born without arms. Neverthe-
hej3lays_the_ violin, writes with
his toes and doesn't seem to be
in the least inconvenienced by
his natural deformity. Ho can
do everything most men with
arms can do and a number of
things that they find impossible.
Ho gives another performance
Had a Fine Time.
The picnic given by the local
temple of Rath bone Sisters for
the K. of P.' and their lady
friends last night *was a grand
success. Th attendance was
not as large as had been hoped
for, but those present had a very
enjoyabie*time nevertheless. Th
picnic party was taken to Dia
mond-Point in the Moose and the
supper was something that all
the boys say puts the Rath bone
Sisters on record as being the
pi'emier entertainers of the city.
That Regiment at Walker.
Lieut. Gen. A. R. Chaffee, chief
stalT of thearmy.accompanied by
Quartermast er General Hum
phrey, have left Washington to
make an inspection of Fort
Snelling. They will also visit the
army posts in North Dakota,
South Dakota and Montana be
fore returning to Washington.
While in Minnesota Gen, Chaffee
will visit Walker amllook into the,
request of citizens of northern
Minnesota that a regiment of in
fantry be stationed at that place
for use in case of any trouble
Some Fine Furs.
People who appreciate hand
some fui's and fur garments en
joyed looking at the exhibit made
at the Foley for several days last
week by Mr. I. Kraywetz, repre
senting A. Zekman, the Minno
apolis fur manufacturer of 23
51b St. S. Th display included
the product of many animals,
from the rare and expensive Rus
sian Imperial Crown Sable from
Siberia to the common raccoon
and muskrat. There were per
fectly tanned skins of the Hudson
Bay sable, sea otter, Alaska seal
of the finest grade, diffei'ent
grades of martin, beaver, astrak
han, krimmor and mink from
Canada and Siberia. I was cer
tainly an interesting collection
and Mr. Kraywetz could tell all
about every one of them and
show superb garments manu
factured from them in different
styles. He did quite a business
while here in receiving old gar
ments for repair and for new
goods as well as taking some tine
garments for storage. He has
made this territory lor so no
time aud has a number of cus:
towers who speak very highly of
che work he has done for them.
Be QxpectS to' return about
Sept. 1.-Aitkin Age. Mr, Kray
wetz is here at the Markham
Hotel witlihis exhibit of fine furs.
Matt Cannon, of Spooner, who
has been at the county jail for
some time past and is bound over
to the next grand jury for the
Illegal sale of liquor at Spooner,
was admitted to bail in the sum
of $500 by .'Judge Spooner yes
terday and released from cus
tody at the county jail. Gannon
returns to Spooner tonight. Cass
f^iko friends are his sureties.
Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstanding all that is
done by boards of health and
charitably inclined persons, the
death rate among small children
is very high during the hot
weather of the summer month's
in the large cities' There is not
probably one case of bowel com
plaint in a hundred, however,
that could not be cured by the
timely use of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. For sale by Barker's
Mrs. Roen Recovered.
While serying subpoenas yes
terday on Ivor Iverson and wife
near Sol way, Sheriff Bailey had
occasion to visit the home of
Bersvin O. Roen, who is held to
answer for the killing ofOle
Bakken. Mrs Roen, who was
reported insane, has recovered
her faculties and is apparently in
sound mental condition now.
Roen's wife and oldest son, a boy
of sixteen, will probably attend
the preliminary examination to
Mr. Kraywetz is Here.
Don't wait until winter with
your fur repairing. Have it done
now and save money and time.
See Mr. Kraywetz and let him
give you an estimate on a new
lurgarmetor on your old one
that needs repairing or remodel
ing. A full line of skins, also
the latest fashion plates of fur
fashions for the season of 1904-
1905 will be shown. Remember
the dates, from June 30 until
July 7, at the ladies' parlor, Hotel
Bernard Still Hopeful.
No surprise is felt at the ad
verse decission of assistant Land
Commissioner Fimplein the Rich
ards townsite case. He decided
adversely to the claimants at the
time of the application for the
entry of the land. Ho was over
ruled by the secretary, of the in
terior, and wear confident that
he will receive another reversal
at the hands of that official, when
the case reaches him on appeal.
Cass Lake Voice.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
This remedy is certainly to be
needed in almcs.'j every home be
fore the summer is over. I can
always be depended upon even in
the most severe and dangerous
cases, I is especially valueable
for summer disordersinchildren.
It is pleasant lo take and never
fails to give prompt relief. Why
not buy it now? I may save
life. For sale by Barker's Drug
All Drives In.
Ail the drives of the Brainerd
Lumber Co. have arrived at Lake
Irving. Th Schoolcraft drive
was the last one in and cleaned
up both riyers to Lake Irving.
A large force of men is working
at the sorting gap and at the
hoist. There are about twenty
two million feet in the,lake to be
hoisted now and the work will
not be finished until the latter
part of this week at the latest.
Beer Next Week.
The first brew of the Bemidji
brewery will be ready for the
market in all probability some
time next week. I takes six
the various processes and from
this time on there will be plenty
of home talent beer on the mar
ket Mr.-rcberline, who is in
charge at the brewery is an ex
perienced brewer and is confident
that the product of the brewery
will be as good as is manufactured
anywhere in the state and will
win its way to a popular favor in
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY &
Co., Toledo, O:
We, the undersigned, have
known F. J. Cheney for the last
15 years, and believe him per
fectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligations made
by his firm
WAUMN KI N NAN & MARVIN,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internallv, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous sufaces of
the system. Testimonials sent
free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold
Take Hall's Family Pills for
Flour, Feed and,Hay,
Six-Row Barle y,
Fodder Corn and
ALL KINDS OF
Garden Seeds and
University Canned Goods
and Ada Flour.
A No. 1 Meadow Land
ITay, $13 per ton
Give me a call.
W. G. Schroeder,
A reward of *aw will bo paid by the under
sitrned for the diseovery and (Indini of the
bodies of Mr. N. O. Dalil and Ids daughter,
Aatrot lialil. who disappeared from their
claims on section 3Sij5|-itt. licit rami eoimly.
Iwo miles from Oniiimr I'. O., on or about
April ilth, IWI. and &>( will be paid for any in
formal ion that will lead to such discovery.
O. C. IJOOl)
C. C. STKANDKU
nine is, 1904. Crookston. Minn.
Judge Spooner went to Walker
this morning to -hold an, ad
journed term of the district
court. I is for the purpose of
granting citizenships and hearing
motions and will be adjourned
Opens Billiard Hall.
P. M. Getter has opened a
billiard hall at Wilton. Mr. Get
ter recently made a trip to Wa
dena and secured the equipment
and will run a first class place.
His place was formally opened
the first of the week.
On Way to Pow Wow.
Large parties of Indians have
passed through Bemidji every
day this week on their way to the
Red Lake reservation, where a
big pow wow will begin next
Monday. No less than fifty from
the Cass and Leech Lake reser
vations were in the city yester
day on their way to Red Lake.
One large party camped near the
Mississippi bridge last night.
Conies Before Spooner.
Deputy Sheriff John Bailey
yesterday served a restraining
order on the town board of the
town of Buena Vista and on the
roa'd overseer, who are construct
ing a road -through the premises
of John Enright. The writ is re
turnable before Judge Spooner
July 7 and work on the road has
been suspended in the meantime.
Back From Vacation.
Prof. Edmunds returned today
from his vacation trip, which has
been spent visiting with friends
at Duluth and at Grand Forks.
Mr. Edmunds' candidacy for
county superintendent of schools
was jyuKMjmcxid._some-time -ago
ancThe will begin an active can
vass for the nomination in a short
A peddler who was hawking
silverware in the residence por
tion of the city was arrested this
morning under the village ordi
nance which makes it unlawful to
peddle without a license. A fine
was collected by .Judge Pender
gast and the peddler man was
dismissed. -YOUR MONEY I S
and will be refunded to you if after ttt
ing half a bottle of
MMTJJOHKSOKS 6 8 8
you are not satisfied with results.
This is inir guarantee which goes witb
For Sate and Guaranteed Only by
A. CULMOUlt iV CO.
PIONEER WANT COLUMN
WANTEDTo fill your wants.
Nothing does it like a Pioneer
WANT ED Dishwasher and
chambermaid at the Lake
WANTED -Good girl for general
housework in small 'family.
Call on 905 Bemidii avenue.
WANTEDAt once, apprentice
girl to learn to set type and to
learn the newspaper business
generally. Pioneer office.
Painter, Paper Hanger
Thos. Cathcart & Son, Props.
This Hotel is specially
adapted for the traveling
public, beautifully locat
ed on the banks of the
great Rainy iliver fac
ing the Canadian border.
We have about 75 pairs of Men's
J)ress Shoes in odd lots, worth
up to $3.50. Here is a snap for
you. Some Patent Leathers, Vici,
Cordavan and Box Calf.
I. MEYER_ & CO.,
High Art Clothiers.
il We pay strict attention to run a gj
i quietly and orderly place. gj
_To. do -all kinds of
Plumbing and Pipe
Work, and can save
you 50 per cent on
every job, large or
small. Call and get L
prices, they do not
cost a cent.
All Kinds Of Tin Work
Done On Short Notice.
Call or phone 225.
J. J. D0RAN. 1
A Most Wonderful Cure.
Joseph D. Underbill,of Doland,
S. Dakota, says:- I have received
great benefit from your White
Wine of Ta Syrup. I had a deep
seated cough and
FOR SALELimited number of
copies of the Pioneer's souvenii
edition. Pioneer office.
FOR SALEShort mill wood, 2
per load delivered. Fine for
kitchen stove. Crookston Lum
ber Co., phone 208 or We
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN
Big S Bernard dog, with
plain collar on, answers to
name of Sau nde rs. Reward at
Naturalist and Taxidermist
308 Second St. Postofflce Box No. 686
BIRDS, WHOLE ANIMALS. PISH, FUR RUOS AND ROSEA
and UAME HEA l)S mounted to order and for sale. I carry at
all times a good assortment of INDIAN RELICS and CURIOS,
FUR GARMENTS made to order, repaired and remodeled
FURS in season bought.
I guarantee my work mothproof and
ttu most lifelike of any in the state
MY WO!!K IS IQI VI LED
FEW, j\ii.LLED BY NONE
A l'iisi ICt quired on All Work
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
Dr. J. Wariungef^lS,^
i Ofltco in roar of Arcade
luj Saloon, 4Mi St. 'l'liont 50
Owner of General Blackford, record
2:i."4. who will make the season of l!H)4 fS
in Hemidji at a service fee of $'.'(): Five
Dollars cash and ?lf when this mare is
known to be in foal* Don't fail to see j
him before breeding your mares,
D. H. FISK
Attorney and Counsellor at La
Office opposite Hotel Markham.
Attorney at hnyv
Bailey & McDonald
Bemidii. ninn. Office: Swedback Block
Jay L. Reynolds
Attorney at Law
Office in ntlea Block.
PHYSICIANS AND SURQEONS.
Dr. Rowland Gilmore
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Hllej Block
Physician and Surgeon
Office: nilea Block. Beminli
Dr. E. H. Marcum
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Swedback Block
Residence Phone aai Office Phone 18
Dr. E. H. Smith
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Boston Block
Office Phone. 73 Home Phone, 60
Dr. J. T..Tuomy
Office over First National Bank, Third St
HOTELS ANl RESTAURANTS.
H. P. BURROUGHS, Prop.
Meals at all hours, I ",,'_
from 2e up: I Mv Beltrami Ave.
A. L. SMITH, Prop.
U-xiK- SIM and U.Si I
IM1 1411 Beltrami Ave
FRED THROM, Prop.
All Hours. .'Ul Minnesota Ave.
p,,,. Sl.-" and *l..r
0 I Corne Ave.
ivaus. perdar. I and Third St.
HANS P. THOflPSON, Prop.
gave up all hopes of my recovery
and pronounced it consumption.
I tried everything that we could
hear of. Finally one of my
friends prevailed upon me to use
your White Wine of Ta Syrup.
I took one and one-half bottles
and am entirely cured. Such
medicine I can recommend to
those who are afflicted as I was.
100 Third St.
KEL1X DANSEREAU, Prop.
per day 203 Minnesota Ave.
MRS. JOHN BAHR. I'rp
per dny 202 Third St.
K. P. HANNIPIN, Prop.
2.00JV ray ami l|.vard
Fraternal Order of FtrJe,Bemidji AerleNo.3Sl.
Meets e-viry Wednesday at p. m.,
A. T. Wheelock. W. President
H. LeBleu, W. Secretary
VUitinc Baffles cordially invited.
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