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i-gal cans, each
\h to ft
J. A. McConkey.
We have just received a consignment of
different articles oi Delicacies.
Rae's Sublime Imported Olive Oils, the finest it is pos
sible to get.
$ 2 OO 1 pint bottles
i-pint bottles 5()c
Bata\ xa Salad Diet-sin}*, pet bottle
Tropical Cijstali/ed Ginger, per box
Batavia Pieserved Figs, box 15c Worcester Sauce, a bottle JJOc fl\
Tmpoited Musliiooms, Francoisper can 35c
Imported Mushrooms, Maicelin sup ex button 40o
Imported Mushioozns, E Co sup exin glass ]ars. The25c
finest there is raised pei jar 25c
Bata\ ta Papuca Sauce, pet bottle J5()c rt\
Bata\ la Chili Sauce, pei bottle iiOc
Latge jais of Raspbetry, Stiawbetry, Pineapple Jams, only J50c
These ai*e e\tia low prices and each and every
body can attord to buy at these low prices
Call up Phone 2.H hen in want of anything good to eat
F. ffl. MHLZHHN & CO.,
Carry a full line of
and all other Implements for making hay. |H
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
iMMB^ MBMBEH 1
Grow More Valuable Every Day
The demand for Building Lots in Bemidji continues
unabated. We still have a larse number of Fine Residence
Lots, however, in? all parts of the city.
You could have bought cheaper a few months ago, but
you will not be able to buy cheap a few months from now.
Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co.
JOHN F. GIBBONS, Local Agent.
Agent for Anheuser-Busch Famous
St. Louis Beer
J. A. McCONKEY.
"Make Hay While
the Sun Shines."
But before buying your Hay-Mak
ing Implements, remember that
C. H. MILES
The Daily Pioneer
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON
PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.
By R. W HITCHCOCK.
ate red in the postofflce at Bemidji, Minn
as second lass matter
official County and City Paper
SUBSCRIPTION $5 PER YEAR
The Daily Pioneer last week carried a
total of 125 columns of paid advertising, ex
clusive of legal notices, or more than 20
columns per day, nearly double that carried
by any other new spaper north of Brainerd
in one week
The reason for this is found in the fact
that 6000 people read the Pioneer every
The St Paul board of trade
has begun an agitation for the
passage of a law for reciprocal
demurrage for the benefit of
shippers. This is a matter in
which north central Minnesota is
not much interested at present,
but it will be some day, and
when that day rolls around it
would be good to have a law for
reciprocal demurrage upon the
statute books ready for our use.
Several states have introduced
bills for such laws, providing for
a payment penalty to the shipper
"in the event he is not promptly
furnished with cars in which to
transport his goods, to compen
sate the owner for the want of
movement of the car at a reason
able rate per day and to compen
sate the receiver in the event the
car is not placed on unloading
tracks promptly on arrival after
destination." Such a law isequit
able as the owner and the carrier
occupy reciprocal relations, and
an attempt will be made next
winter to secure favorable action
upon a bill of this kind in theof
THE Minneapolis Journal lost
a lot of its prestige in Minnesota
by reason of the contemptible
campaign it conducted against
Robert Dunn before the con
vention. It is now pursuring the
same tacticts and before the
election is over the Journal will
be the most despised paper the
state if it continues as it has setCrookston
out. While professing to re
pudiate Mr. Dunn on the high
grounds that he is not fit for the
office of governor, the Journal
resorts to all that is little and low
in its campaign against the rea
publican nominee No demo
cratic paper the state ever
assailed a republican candidate
as does the Journal, democratic
papers have too much respect
for themselves to resort to the
shifty trickery of the Journal.
Burglary Like Ours.
St Cloud, Minn July 21.The
postoffice at Royalton, near this
city, was burglarized last night
The safe ,,was blown open by
dynamite, nearly wrecking the
whole building, and thieves se
cured $600 worth of stamps and
$100 in currency. The burglars
escaped in a rig and are believed
to have gone toward St. Cloud,
as a portion of the stamps were
found on the road leading to St
Cloud this morning. Two
strangers, who were noticed
hanging about Royalton yester
day, are suspected of the crime,
but at present there is no trace
of their whereabouts.
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After
Ten Years of Suffering.
"I wish to say a few words in
praise of Chamberlian's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,"
says Mrs. Mattie Burge, of Mar
tinsville, Va. "I suffered from
chronic diarrhoea for ten years
and during that time tried van
ous medicines without obtaining
any permanent relief. Last sum
mer one of my children was taken
with cholera morbus, and I pro
cured a bottle of this remedy.
Only two doses were required to
give her relief I then decided
to try the medicine myself, and
did not use all of one bottle be
fore I was well and I have never
since been troubled with that
complaint. One cannot say too
much in favor of that wonderful
medicine." This remedy is for
sale at Barker's Drug store.
O E -X i
JF^JF mmrif-qf.^ *pTOFvr
Mallard must have a band.
Detroit contracts for a carni
Thousands see -Crookston's
"Richards Junior, eh?"quiries
the Cass Lake Times,
Duluth's strawberries were
certainly a bumper crop.
A lost four year old sets all
Becker county to searching.
Koochiching heads the Border
line league with better than 800.
Little Palls lets $10,000 worth
of contracts for its
Thief River Falls counts 610
tributary citizens as the result of
the recent land sale.
Red River Valley creameries
are fast raising the value of Red
River lands to the top.
Nine candidates have already
spent their money with the news
papers of Hubbard county.
It is a pretty good thing that
Fosston never has a crop failure
and Fosston is busy pushing it.
Ole E. Oil is a candidate for
re election as register of deeds
of Roseau county. Ole ought to
be able to slide very smoothly.
Eveleth prides itselt upon the
distinction of having a miner
who has worked three score
years underground and still
can't be happy unless he keeps
For interesting news items
and plenty of them the Rainy
River Region at Beaudette is a
pattern to many a newspaper
published in a more populous
The belated report of a Fourth
July celebration at Dinner
Creek is just at hand. Twenty
five settlers participated as
against three a year ago. May
the pail of population at Dinner
Creek grow full tQ overflowing
before another Fourth comes
According to the Crookston
Times the greatest kissing bee
that ever took place in the Red
River valley happened the other
night when the Crookston league
team left for the head of the
lakes The sweetness let loose
at the Great Northern depot at
every night is some
thing too sweet for words but
none of if was wasted on the
desert air this particular time.
Thos. Cathcart & Son, Props.
This Hotel is speciaUy
adapted for the traveling
public, beautifully locat
ed on the banks of the
erreat Rainy River fac
ing the Canadian border.
We pay strict attention to 1 un a
quietly and ordei ly place. jj
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Bemidji AerieN0.351.
Meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m.,
Wffl QHmour's Hall.
A. T. Wheelock, W. President
H. LeBleu, W. Secretary
Visiting Eagles cordially invited.
Strawberries, corn, peas,
beans and tomatoes ten cents per
can at the Bazaar store.
For Potato Bugs.
at prices that are Right.
Give me a call.
W. G. Schroeder,
S W Ar i
To do all kinds of
Plumbing and Pipe g,
Work, and can save |a
you 50 per cent on
every job, large or j
small. Call and get i
prices, they do not
cost a cent.
All Kinds Ol Tin Work
Done On Short Notice.
Call 01 phone 225
J. J. D0RAN. I
-YO UR MONEY I S
and will be refunded to you if after tw
ing half a bottle of
you are not satisfied with results.
This is our guarantee which goes witfc
For Sale and Guaranteed Only bv
A. GILMOUlt & CO
The only Headache Remedy which does not weaken the heai t.
Price 10 cents and 25 cents per bottle.
CASH PAID FOR DR SNAKE ROOT.
CITY DRUG STORE
THE PIONEER DRUG STORE O BEMIDJI.
DR. F. E. BRINKMAN,
OFFICE HOUR S. 10 a. to Noon, and 1 to 5 3 0
idealize that it is sometimes very embii
a phjsician about her troubles. For that i U. i HI am ndance
a lady ac my office from 1 to 5 30 p. m. i i i- i-i desiu 1) all
ladies in et*mg ready for examinations, 1- pn sou (il ipd) while
I am srivinsf adjustments The cause of all fenutlo diyase* i- in the
spinal column (small of the back) and I find it i- unnr ssai to adjust
other than the cause for the removal of the cause always allows the
diseased organs to resume their natural positions and functions. Ene
I never require local examination and never give local trea'ment, and
even so, there is no line of diseases with which I have mot complete
success than those which afflict womankind.
WANTEDA girl for general
housework. $5 per week Mrs.
WANTEDCompetent girl for
general housework Apply at
WANTED,at once, competent
girl for general housework.
Brink man Hotel
WANTED Girl for general
housework, good wages. In
quire at Berman Emporium
WANTED -Good^irl forgeneral
housework in small family.
Call on 509 Bemidji avenue.
WANTEDFor U. S. army able
bodied, unmarried men be
tween ages of 21 and 35, citi
zens of United States, of
good character and temperate
habits, who can speak, read
and write English For in
formation apply to Recruiting
Officer, Miles block, Bemidji.
D. H. FISK
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Office opposite Hotel Markham.
P. J. Russell
Attornej at Law
Bailey & McDonald
Bemidji. Hinn. Office- Swedback Block
Dr. E. H. Marcum
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Swedback Block
Residence Phone 221 Office-Phone i&
Dr. E. H. Smith
Phjsician and Surgeon
1 Office: Boston Block
Office Phone, 73 Home Phone. 60
Dr. R. B. Foster,
i i i i
i i 1 ul\ to tell
i i i i i
ay L. Reynolds
Attornej at Law
Office in Hiles Block.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. Rowland Gilmore
Physician and Surgeon
Office, ililes Block
"Vhysiciau and Surgeon
Office, rules Block. Beminii
FOR SALE House and lot near
residence portion of the city.
FOR SALELimited number of
copies of the Pioneer's souvenir
edition. Pioneer office.
FOR SALE Fifty cords of
choice seasoned jack pine cord
wood. Inquire at Bazaar store.
FOR SALEFour room house
and lot, four blocks from post
office. Inquire at C. M. Ba
WANTEDAt once, apprentice
girl to learn to set type and to
learn the newspaper business
generally. Pioneer office.
WANTEDAt once, boy to learn
printing trade Must not be
afraid of work. Call at this
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
H. P. BURROUGHS, Prop.
Meals at all hours I _,
from 20c up olo Beltrami Ave.
A. L. SMITH, Prop.
T?atP $1 00 and $. 35 I
I perday1 1411 Beltrami Ave.
FRED THROM, Prop.
I 311 Minnesota Ave.
EARL OEIL, Prop.
RatPt: i SI 25 and Si 50 I Corner Beltrami Ave
Kate pe i da an
HANS THOflPSON, Prop.
fpc i da
We handle it in bulk you do not have to
pay a big price for worthless packages, but
get full weight: All colors, 8c per pound in
25 and 50-pound lots, 7c per pound.
Why not trade where you can get the most for your money?
100 Third St.
FELIX DANSEREAU, Prop.
Rates I itates
203 Minnesota Ave.
MRS JOHN BAHR, Prop
I $1 00
202 Third St.
F. P. HANNIFIN, Prop.
$2 00 T\ Pi and Upward.
1!M AND TRANSFER.
Dra and Transfer.
Phone 40 40* Beltrami Ave
We are now open Day and Evening.
A man in attendance at all times,
Come and see our
You can choose from a car lot. Finest line
ever shipped into Northern Minnesota
..LIEN0 WAL FINISH..
M. C. JONES.
Bemidji Pressed Stone and Tile Co.
^Boyd & Erickson, Proprietors.
Cement Building Blocks, Sidewalk Tile and Stone Fencing.
A variety of moulding designs for blocks,
tiling and fencing. Cement building
materials are taking the place of
brick and quarried stone, and
in many ways it is a su
for the Daily Pioneer
*1b* 4 4
^Call at fac
tory and yards
A\ enue, near
city hall, and
bpect the woik