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J. A. McCONKEY
W wish again to call tlie attention of the
public to our prices on Soap and Soap Powder
By the Bar.
Lenox Soap, bars for 25c
Cabinet, 8 25c
White Russian, 7 25c
Satinet, 9 25c
Mascot, 9 25c
SantaClaus, ti 25c
Ivory, 3 large cakes for 25c
Eels Natha, 4 cakes for 25c
Salome, each 10c
Grandpa's Ta Soap, 3 for 25c
By the Box.
3.00 Savon Imperial,
Dusky Diamond, 6 for 25c Kirkoline, 25c
Pearline, 5c 9 O'clock Washing Tea 5c
Ike-line, per jar, 20c
Dome, Savon Imperial and White Russian
Soaps are the Laundry Soaps made by the
Jas. S. Kirk Soap Co., consequently there is
none better made.
C. H. MILES
Agent for Anheuser-Busch Famous
St. Louis Beer
BEMIDJI Real Estate
has increased in value from 25 to
200 per cent every year of the
Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co.
JOHN F. GIBBONS, Local Agent.
Bemidji Pressed Stone and Tile Co.
Boyd & Erickson, Proprietors.
Cement Building Blocks, Sidewalk Tile and Stone Fencing.
A variety ofmoulding designsfor blocks,
tiling and fencing. Cement building
materials are taking the place of
brick and quarried stone, and
in many ways it is a su
Call at fac
tory and yards
city hall, and
spect the work
machines for sale
The Daily Pioneer
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON.
PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.
By R. W. HITCHCOCK.
Entered in the postoffice at Bemidji, Minn.,
as secoud class matter
Official County and City Paper
SUBSCRIPTION $5 PER YEAR
Monument to Minnesota..
In the entire Worlds Pair no
state, with the exception of Mis
souri, has participated with a
greater variety and abundance of
display than Minnesota. Five of
the great exhibit palaces show
the results of her industry and
her manifold resources, and the
Minnesota state house ranks
among the most beautiful and
artistic of the buildings on the
This structure, that is Byzan
tine in character, is not of wood
and staff, to be torn down at the
expiration of the exposition, like
most of the fair buildings. I is
composed of concrete blocks,
with all its parts so adjusted
that it can be taken back to its
native state and erected as a per
manent momento to the great
exposition. The ground floor is
in one large reception hall where
all the daily papers of the state
are kebt on file. There is also a
post office and a check room here.
Opening from the reception room
are two alcoves that serve as
music rooms for ladies and gen
tlemen. The furniture is all hand
made and is the work of the man
ual training departments of the
Minneapolis and St. Paul public
schools. The windows are enlike
riched by very beautiful stained
glass which bears the names of
all the Minnesota counties.
HE exhibit in the Palace of
Agriculture at the Worlds Pair
is both extensive and interesting.
It is a tangible presentation of
Minnesota's time-honored nick
name, "the bread and butter
state." In the great glass-walled
refrigerator, the most imposing
piece of butter scuplture is the
reproduction of the Falls of St.
Anthony, with a canoe in which
stands Father Hennepin, His
companions are an Indian and a
white man. The figure, about
life size, the canoe and the water
are all made of butter.- Across
the aisle from the refrigerator is
the bread and butter pavillion of
Minnesota. In the center is an
other cold storage glass case con
taining abutter statue of a mother
giving her two boys bread and
butter. The pavillion is beauti
fully decorated with grains and
grasses, most important among
which is wheat, the leading pro
duct of this state. On the walls
are two paintings, showing typi
cal farm scenes. There are also
exhibits of the great flouring
mills for which Minnesota is
Sheeley & Young's famous
musical farce comedy, Maloney's
Wedding Day, will be presented
at the city opera house on Sep't
7. The entire play has been re
written, remade and revised this
season, and everything old hasquite
been obliterated. The first act
of the new farce is declared a
"hummer." I transpires in the
widow Nolan's restaurant, and
never was there such a restau
rant scene. The things done here
would elicit laughter from a brick
wall or transform the cold coun
tenance of the eternal sphinx into
a broad grin. A bevy of pretty
girls in tasty costumes enlivens
the actions of the farce and adds
to the strength of the musical
We have a valuable communica
tion for Scott McGuire. Anyone
knowing his address will please
^EjdfcjgW 1*W T^r ^J -AT i^b- A -^r #W -^f
A. Greeley is responsible
for the following verses which
for obvious reasons are "a-muse-
ing" to the Princeton Union.
He just the plainest sort o'man
With a still plainer face:
A big, red-blooded, common man
W ithout no frilK 01 lace
W hat cares he if his clothes don't fit,
Or if Ins hair is red'
Of dignity ho'hsln a bit
He cusses some, 'tis said
He has no peif ume on his bieath.
No taff on his tongue.
And when he seiaps he fights 'till death,
Oi 'till the last clog's hung
And yet we love this awkwaid one
This bold and simple Robeit Dunn.
Hi-, enemies say he's no good
The dudes call him a slob.
But we who live out in the woods
Have lots of faith in Rob
We know he did his duties well
When he woiked for the state
And all the lies those big guns tell.
Were mostly boin in hate
Our love, our loj alty lie's won.
We'll back him with our wealth
We love him not for what he's done.
But what he is himself
We country folks love like a son
This feailess. home-spun, plain Bob Dunn
End of Bitter Fight.
1 'Two physicians had along and
stubborn fight with an abcess on
my right lung" writes J. F.
Hughes of DuPont, Ga., "and
gave me up Everybody thought
my time had come. As a last re
sort I tried Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. The
benefit I received was striking
and I was on my feet in a few
days. Now I've entirely regained
my health." I conquers all
coughs, colds and throat and
lung trouble. Guaranteed by all
druggists. Price 50c. ard $1.00.
Trial bottles free.
$ Current Comment. $
Less Like a Catalogue.
Wheelock's Weekly: Thus far
five candidates have
filed for the republican nomina
tions for county officers, and one
people's party candidate. A few
independents and a democrat or
so would make the official ballot
look more like a ballot and less
Red Wing Republican: The
Minneapolis Tribune declares
that English is rapidly becoming
"the world-language." Perhaps
the Tribune bases this opinion
upon a tabulation of the Japanese
Russian war reports, which in
dicate, approximately the ex
termination of something like
five hundred millions of non
Red Lake Palls Gazette: "Yes
terday a swarm of bees lit upon
limb of a tree in front of Mrs.
bmith Smitherson's and pres
ented a very interesting appear-
ance." But Art Ittner, the devil,
who was in a hurry to attend a
ball game, set it up: "Yester
day a swarm of bees lit upon alimb
of Mrs. Smith Smitherson, which
presented a very interesting ap
pearance." The next day some
thing madder than a swarm of
bees lit upon Harry. I was
Slightly Tongue Twisted,
Crookston Journal: I is told
that a woman walked into Judge
Thorson's office the other das*
and asked: "Are you the judge
of reprobate?" I am the judge
of probate" was the reply. "Well
that's it I expected," said the
woman. "You see my husband
died detested and left me several
little infidels and I want to be
appointed, their executioner."
The judge spent several moments
trying to decipher the tangle of
legal terms but later attended
the lady's wants.
Taken With Cramps.
Wm. Kirmse, a member of the
bridge gang working near Little
port was taken suddenly ill
Tnursday night with cramps and
a kind of cholera. His case was
so severe that he had to have the
members of the crew wait upon
him and Mr. Gifford was called
and consulted. He told them he
had a medicine in the form of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy that he
thought would help him out and
accordingly several doses were
administered with the result that
the fellow was able to be around
next day. The incident speaks
highly of Mr. Gifford's
medicines.Elkader, Iowa, Ar
gus. This remedy never fails.
Keep it in your home, it may save
life. For sale at Barker's Drug
Was Locked Out.
A certain young gentleman
who makes a habit of hearing the
owls hoot at the dead of night in
the down town district of the
city last night came to grief, and
as a result spent the weary hours
of the remainder of the night
studying astronomy and admir
ing the beautiful scenery on the20
shore of Lake Bemidji. He stayed
away once too often and came
home to find the doors barred
and entrance impossible.'
(direct from the orchards)
(direct from the orchards)
Hom Grown Seed Rye
Give me a call'.
W. G, Schroeder,
|jj For Nomination at the Primary Jj}
\ii Election to be held Sep't 20. 1904. ft
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the Republican nomination for Judge of
Probate of Beltrami countj, and respectfully
solicit the suppoitof the voters at the pn
marj election Sept 20
Having served Beltrami countj that
capacity the past two voars to the very best
of ability. I piomise the same careful and
painstaking management of that office if ie
FOR COUNTT TREASURER
I heieb\ announce myself as a candidate
for nomination as county treasuief at the re
publican primal les to be held September 20,
1904 If nominated and elected pledge nij
self to a courteous, faithful and economical
di&chaige of the duties of the office.
II FRENC H.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Iheiobj announce mssclf as a candidate
foi county commissioner from the Fourth
Commissionei district and solicit the nomina
tion at the hands of the republican voters at
the primaries September 20 If nominated
and elected I shall use eveij endcavoi to
promote the interests of the distuct
FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of supenntendent of schools of
Beltrami county subject to the decision of
the republican voters of the county at the
pnmaiv election Septembci 10, 1K I have
had a large expenence as a teacher in the
public schools of Minnesota and South Dakota
haveseived as a member of various school
boaids and have foi years kept in close touch
with educational piogiess If nominated and
elected I pledge myself to a f.uthful dis
charge of the duties of the office and to the
advancement of education in Beltianu
F. E. COOLEY
Painter, Paper Hanger
Office in rear of Arcade *Ramid
Saloon. 4th St 'Phone 50 BemiUJl
Owner of Genual Blackfoid. recoid
2 SM, who will make the season of 1S04
in Bemidji at a sei ire fee of $20, Fi\
Dollais cash and 315 when the marc is
known to be in ioal Don't fail to see
him before bleeding your maies.
FOR SUPERINTFNDENT OF SCHOOLS.
I hereby announce myself as a candidat
for the nomination as superintendent of
schools of Beltrami county subject to the de
cision of the Republicans of the county at the
primary etection. September 20,1004,
Believing that I am well luted by educa
tion and e\penence to discharge the duties
of the position to which I aspue I solicit the
support of all who earnestly' desue the bet
terment of the schools of the count\ and in
case I am nominated and elected I pledge
myself to the faithful discharge of the duties
of the office.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.
To the voters of Beltrami counts
I hereby announce candidacy for the
office of superintendent of schools subject to
the decision of Republican voters at the
In the event of my being nominated and
elected I pledge mj self to a faithful and
courteous discharge of the duties of the office
and respectful^ solicit the support of my
party and friends.
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS
I announce my candidacy for nomination
as register of deeds of Beltrami county sub
ject to the decision of the republican voters
of the countj at the pilmarj election. In
case I am nominated and ekcted I pledge
myself to a faithful and courteous discharge
of the duties of the office and I solicit the
votes of all republicans tio IK lleve that the
office should be conducted for the publci
good. .1 O HARRIS.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
I hereby announce to the voters of Belttami
county that I desire a renomination as Coun
tj' Attorney of this counVN, and respectfully
solicit their support at the primaries on Sep't
I I have the honor of being their choice
again for this impoitant office, I promise in
the future as in the past, to use mv best ef
forts for the welfare of the county and its
taxpayers,and will do all in power to give
an honest and economical adnunistration.and
believe that with the added experience of the
past two years, I can serve the public even
better in the future than in the past
Respectfully yours, LOU D.
WANTEDPorter at Hotel
WANTED Girl for general
housework. Apply at 919 Be
WANTEDTo fill your wants.
Nothing does it like a Pioneer
WANTED,at once, competent
girl for general housework.
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.
C. W Hastings, President.
P. Sheldon. Vice-Pres.
All Kinds of
Can do your fine work and your
coarse work, will do it prompt
ly and at right prices.
SEE S BEFORE YOU BUILD
1001 Minnesota- Avenue.
Minnesota it International
In Connection with the
Provides the best train passenger
service between Northome, Hovey Junc
tion, Blackduok, Bemidji, Walk er
and intermediate points and Minne
apolis, St. Paul, Fargo and Duluth
and all points east, west and south.
Through coaches between Nortl
and the Twin Cities. N clu ine
rf cars. Ample time at Brainer
Oailyex. STATIONS Daily ex.
650 a. Lv... Northome A 7 30
6 55 a. in Ar Hovey Junction Lv m. 705
7:10 a. m. Lv Blackdack Lv. 6:50Kates.
7.27 Tenstrike Lv. 6 31
7.42 Turtle 616
820 Bemidji 550
9 38 Walker 4-22
10 07 Hackensack 350
10.25 Backus 3 32
10:46 Pine River 8:11
11 05 Pequot 2:52
1205 a. A Brainerd Lv 2-00
1:10 tn, Lv.- Brainerd. Ar. p. 12:35
1.53 Aitkin. Lv a. ni 11-49
3:43 Oarlton 9:50
4-38. West Superior 8 56
4:55 Ar Duluth... a. 8:40
1-25 m. Lv. .Brainerd... Ar. p. m. 12-45
6.-00 Ar Fargo Lv. a. 8:00
W. HGEMMELL, G. A WALKER
General Manager. Aprent,
Great Northern R*
No. 40...Park Rapids Line..6:00a. m.
(Connects with Fljer at Sauk Centre, ai rives
Minneapolis about 3:00 m.. formerly 4:4".
No. 14.. .Duluth Express.. .12:27 p.m.
,"26 12:39 a.m.
13 .Fosston Line 2:50 p. m.
25 tsF 4j"?lsfil 2:50 a.m.
39... .Park Rapids Line7:55
Pull information from
E. E. CHAMBERLAIN, Agent
Bemidji, Minn y
FOR SALE CHEAPComplete
hotel outfit. Enquire J. S
Henderson, Nicollet Hotel.
FOR SALECheap, hair mat
tress and two burner gasoline
stove with oven. Inquire 519
FOR SALERow boat, modern
make, perfect condition. Will
sell cheap for cash. Apply Pio
FOR RENTFurnished room.
Location and conveni nces the
best. Mrs. J. Peterson Jr
FOR RENTNicely furnished
front room 2.50 a week Mrs.
First National Bank,
General Banking Business.
e$ Savings Department in Connection.
FOR SHLE! I
I J. P. DUNGALF, i
Now Located on Fourth Street, Two Doors
West of City Hall.
AH Orders Promptly Attended to
Fine Art Wall Paper
A. White, Cashier.
G. N Millafd Ass't Cash.
D. H. FISK
Attornoj and Counsellor at Law
Office opposite Hotel Markham.
P. J. Russell
Attorney a Law
Bailey & McDonald
Bemidji, Hmn. Office: Swedback Block
Jay L. Reynolds
Aft!?py a Law
Of'-.e in liles Block.
PHYMCiANi. AN SURGEONS.
Dr. RowlanD G-ilmore
Physician and Surjreon
Office: niles Block. Beminfl
Dr. E. H. Marcum
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Swedback Block
Residence Phone 221 Office Pbne 18
Dr. E. H. Smith
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Boston Block
Office Phone, 73 Home Phone. 60
Dr. R. B. Foster,
Dr. O. M. Smith,
Office over E. H. Winter's Store.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
H. P. BURROUGHS. Prop.
Meals at all hours,
from 20c up. 315 Beltrami Ave.
FRED THROM, Prop.
All Hours. I 311 Minnesota Ave
Office: niles Block
I Comer Beltrami Ave
EARL GEIL, Prop.
I per day and Third St.
HANS THOnPSON, Prop.
Connection 100 Third St.
FELIX DANSEREAU. Prop.
2.40 Lv. Kclliher Ar p.m 3 20
H.20p m. Ar Hovey Junction Lv p.m 1-40
N. P. RY
1*05 p. Lv.... Brainerd..
2:05 Little Falls
3:04 St. Cloud..
5:i0 Ar Minneapolis.
5:50 Ar St Paul
Ar. m. 1:05
a. m. 11:05
..Lv. a. m. 8:40
203 Minnesota Ave.
MRS BAHR, Prop.
plrda.yJOHN 202 Third St.
F. HANNIFIN. Prop.
$2.00 Pe Day and Upward.
DRAY AND TRANSFER.
Dray and Transfer.
Phone 40. 404 Beltrami Ave.
Dray and Baggage, Safe and Piano Moving
Phone No. 58 618 America Avenue
Fine Line of Cigars & Tobaccos
A. T. Wheefock,
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Bemidji AerieN0.351/
Meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m..
Visiting Basles cordially Invited