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VOLUME 2. NUMBER 69,
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McCuaig's
i Red Tag Salei
5 This sale will be the sale of the season,
5 Commencing Thursday, July 7 Ending Saturday, July 23. mm
Here is where you will get bargains that are bar-
gains. Not old goods that have seen better days, but
new and up-to-date goods. Everything that has a Red
Tag on will be marked away down look for the Red
Tag, compare it with other so-called bargains and you
will see that Bargains at McCuaig's Red Tag Sale are
SURE ENOUGH A A I N S
R.emember the dates of the Red Tag Sale:
July 7 to July 23.
One piece Wool Voil, 40 inches wide champaign color SI,10: lied Tag- price. 98c
Two pieces Novelty, blue and brown mixed 40 inches wide all wool, worth 90c
Red Tag price, per yard
Two pieces brown and tan Cashmere 38 inches wide worth Gttc Red Tag price 47c
One lot Fancy Silks, short lengths. They have the Red Tag on.
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One piece only, Bleached Table Linen. 12 inches wide well
Two pieces Turkey Red Table Linen will not fade worth 00c Red Tag marked 50c mm
Ladies' Vests.Come and see them all on one table with a big Red Tag.
2 Ladies' Muslin Underwear all prices, great bargains.
Every Belt in stock has a Red Tag that means a bargain.
Shoes. ShoesSee them with the Red Tag on.
Even onr Remnants' have a Red Tag.
Wm Shirt Waists. Every one has a Red Tag.
Prunes.... fie, lOc-and 15c
Groceries.
1 Bengal Strawberries, Red Tag price..... I"c Sweet Corn, ed Tag price
5 Blueberries, Rod Tag price ~'c
Catsup
fie
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worth"
Good Luck Soap, 12 bars..
Cabinet Soap. 8 bars
See the display of Canned Goods at Red Tag Prices.
Yours for the Red Tag Sale.
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A Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits,
Ladies' and Misses' Rain Coats, and
about 50 Ladies' Lawn, Net and
Sateen Shirt Waists go at HALF
PRICE this week.
$ O'Leary & Bowser
Subscribe for the Daily Pioneer
per yard
50c
ir,
jr..- 25c
Wm. McCuaig
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MAY REDUCE WAGE9.
Cotton Manufacturers Claim to Be LoS'
ing Money.
Fall_myerj._M.ass.. i 9The_d.o
pressi on in the cotton manufacturing
industry was considered at length at
a meeting of Fall River treasurei-B
representing l,5ou,ot spindles out ot
a total of nearly 3,000,000, and at the
conclusion of the discussion a eomniil
tee was appointed to constoer the besi
melhod of meeting the situation.
As recent attempts to act in unison
have not met with success it is Brought
that an organization 01 a mantti'ac
turers' association will he imdertakcrn
Sever al weeks ago a plan to decrcas''
the cost of production by cutttirg wagen
was defeated through the inability di
the treasurers to agree.
The market is no better now than
It was then and with iirint do! lis sell
ing at 20% cents per pound, wftih Che.
cost price amounts to nearly 22 tits,
mill owners have determined thai
drastic action most be taken Hall
of the- treasurers favor a reduction 61
wages, amounting 10 at least 1" put
cent, t.tit some of the leading Interests
do not believe ihat a cut down is the
best policy.
MAY END RATE WAR.
Representatives of Shipping Interests
in Conference.
Londo n, Ju ly 9_High hopes arc en
tertained by the officials of the board
of trade that, as a result of the con
ference between representatives of the
shipping lines which began TSurstla
an agreeTHent will be reached to i :.d
the'rate war.
Just what proposals were mad*- by
Gerald Balfour, president of the board
of trade, cannot be learned, but it is
known that he impressed upon the
heads of the steamship companies the
importance to international and pri
vale interests that the ruinous compe
tition be brought to a close.
The Bemidji Daily Pioneer
BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA, SATURDAY, MIX 0. 1004.
St. Loui
nominated for president by the Detho
eratic convention at this- hioruin
MOVING FORWARD TO AT-
TACK THE RUSSIANS.
DECISIVE ENGAGEMENT MAY FOLLOW
WEATHER CONDITIONS IMPROVE
AND MOVEMENT OF TROOPS
IS AGAIN POSSIBLE.
Bl. Peto.rshurg, .Tttly 9.A Pneolal
fllspatch from NTewchwang sayS Ocn
oral Knrnki i^ advajtcjng nil aloiu: iln
line and adds dial JapanQse oifirer:
are organizing Chinese pandit haniF^ I
throughout the r.iatrvalley for an .at-
tack on Mukden.
HEAVY FIGHTING POSSIBLE, i
Weather Conditions at the Scat of War
i.Viiprovc
St. Potersburg, July 9.With -rlw-rc?-
turn of three days line weather.
drying thejiiniIiijUJ.hi,-,llieiitau-t*-wir,.|--
the military authoritier. here are once
more inclined to believe in the proba
bility of heavy lighting and even In
the possibility of a general engage
ment. The Japanese columns appeal
again to lie pushing forward at all
points, hut.the strategic plans of the
Jaiflthese. as well as the location of,
UNDER SEALED "ORDERS.
Division of Russian Baltic Fleet Will
Sail July 28.
St. Petersburg, J*uly A division
of the Haltic squadron will sail from
Cronstadt July 2H under scaled -orders.
Gonipl^te^-niytaijT'eitslfruutls1'
tination. It is said, although nothing
is certa in on this point. that Lhe brfli r*
for the division will he opened at ii\e
day intervals.
-Whether the warships are bound at
once to the 1'ar East in ad.vanoe ot
the oth er ships may depend upon naval
developments at the seat ol ^war, but
there are at tending (-ir-umstaii' 08
which make it seem unlikelj that the
division will start on lis long journey
untii -ttie--oi If) "hips a rcr-rrTtrryT-Itrrts'
understo od that tile dlvlsbiit will in
clude the armor ed cruisei "olmiral
Nakhirnon, th'- battlesnfp ()siia))ia, th
protected cruiser Aurora atid tin bat
tleship Alexann-i and pos bly the
battleship Navarin and th
Kami' hatka.
The general naval situation, wit I'JJ
the fort Arthur ^squadron reads for
sorties' at will and 'in- \'l.i rostok
squadron embarrdssjng the Jabanese
transpo rt plans, compelling rlie con
stant pies-ei-c ef Vice Adrniia. Kami
mura in the sea of Japan, in onsiil
er ed to hv miifh improved
PLAN OF THE JAPANESE
NAMED
Judge Alton B. Parker of New
York Will Lead Democrats
in Coming Campaign.
Inly U. Judye Parker was- convention thou aujQUi'iipn until
o'clock this afternoo n. The platform
wu.- adopted at'' o'clock la*i ntirht.
The balance of the ni^lit as de\ otcd
eceivins M5. votes at lir^i ballot. The to nominating speech'"-
JAP ADVANCING
FORCES OF GENFRAL KUROKI
WATER STILL RISING
WHOLESALE SECTION OF KANSAS
CITY FLOODED AS RESULT
OF RECENT RAINS.
THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE ^'HOMELESS
MAYOR OF KANSAS CITY. KAN.,
APPEALS TO WAR DEPART-
MENT FOR AID.
Knnns Pity. July 0 All of the
west hottoms on (h Missouri si do", in
cliidlhg th Union depot and the great
wholesale district of Kansas City, will
have lieen covered with -water before
the Hay has closed. A hrcak in the
Kaw river near Arinoiirdali1..
The warerTB'pse slowly and while it
i(1rinlUedl1
not helieved that the treinejulou
losses of last .year will he diiirUcated
This will he so hecause the water is
not expected to reach so high a stage
as last year and because /merchants
had taken warning from their expert
once of a year ago and removed their
goods to higher ground or to upper
inp iiiilpeillyvv.iJJ-4--H-tH-^H-^)rTrnlCTv--r
((M: n,
their main lone and the place vvheroj .Mayor Gilliert of Kansas City. Kan.,
their chief hlow will lie struck, using all the means ai his commnnd
whether at Kaii hoti. llaicheng, l.iao to ji^jjorilic hundreils of hyiiic'toas
yang or -even at Mtikb-ic-ar -till pcr^-"t" people who have been driven from the
zling the Russian auihnritivs. In flood stricken districts. lie has sent
gener al way the Japanese ',.,,,Jo be the following le|cg iam to Se,i.'iai\
withdrawing their pressure soulliwesD-'f of War Tuft
oi Kaichou and Liaoang" Ijut I'O tje "Ten thousand people-have be.
maintaining it northeast, as If con- driven from their homes in Kansa
templatlng a combined atta fm Ta City. Kan., by, floods, I earnestly re
chekiao and LiaoyaiVg. The m.-w-r, (juesj that you din-ci ceininan.!:!- ai
of the'Jaijanese Hanking epilations is I Fort beavet#orth to issue rations w-
disconcerting the Russians. On by may need."
one the passes in the mountains, wait Armourdai the packing house su
the Russians had fortified In advance burb of Kansas City, Kan., hn's been
with indefinite paTfis, have been at-j practically deserted, most of,1{M' S.OJ.ttJ
tacked hy the Japanese, who have al i homes, drivenf from therr
ways managed, by nails mil ma ike
oina
temap, to circumvent IUts sh Wh es operating alongth rli I
terior liiitiS, wiUi the railroad ii favili-'
tate the movement of .droops, the lius
sian gener al staff heli"\.:s iliis lltnl.JJUiiL-Juu: aJ4a^*4y-4^-tihtmr^rrr~
rrual1ty~or (be Japam se.wiii di appe ar
and that when the Japanese dehoutli
into the plains the Riissians, vfho are
accustomed to rnaneirrers in a flat
country, will be completely at linuie. by th overflow the Ka
river for the second time in thirteen
months.
All Kansas streams are high and
thousands, of acres of rich larmiiu
Jit
Intend to Capture and Fortify Port
Arthur and Yinkow. /JJ
Liaoyang, July 9.ene^al K'ire!:i,
talking iy a Russian otncei had &
been taken prisoner, said tin Japanese
intend to take p,--- ^.-vu ait frantfi
e:n Manrb.ur'ia, e&tabbshitm them
selves at Port Arthur an-. Yinkow
(the port ot Newchwang), which it i
purposed to fortify, ga. rison with large
bodies of troo ps and supply with long
range artiib.rv If thf Ku--ite then
recapture tl*^ plaits. General Kuro-I
Ufa
its Uus-
*':::'i Hi 1 1
Knn hasi
sent-a ourront of water into the ii"t
toms that first inundated the ouiei
railroad yards and linally crepl noith,'
flooded cellars in the wholesale housed
and spread out toward the Union
pot.
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No charge for the Little Bank.
It is loaned to you FREE.
Tlie first dollar you d/'posil is held ts
a guarantee thai yon will return the lit
tle Bank. However, this dollar belongs
to von. draws interest and V* uiJbo .vvith
tliawn bv yon any time you return the
little Bank.
kl dfdared, v.-i'l a- .ost of
an enormous.Amount of money and.
fiuo.uou fresh troop* from Europe. I^f 0 0 S S 0 O 0
& %'t i& WM & ft & 0 i'c i i?J V: O $ & & .j&
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"It is what yovi Save, not what you Earn, that makes Wealth."
DO IT NOW! TODAY!
Open a Savings Bank Account.
GET A HOME BANK FREE!
Grove'sPepsinCoffee
The only Headache tiomedv which clods not weaker!"the heart,
Price 10 cents and 25 cents per bottle.
CASH PAID FOR DRV SNAKE ROOT.
iCITY DRUG STORE
THK PIONEER DRUG STORE O BEMIDJI.
?TTy "y
DR. F. E. BRINKMAN,
CHIROPRACTIONFR.
OFFICE IIOVKS. 10 a. m. (o Noon, And I to 5:30 p.
X,
I realize that^r -oinetKne- very eiubtiriiswinif for a lady to tell
i physician a.bn'i'it her M-OIII/V-. I^wi- that rea&on I keep in attendance
i lady at m,yoin,' from I /r WM n., ni. She assists (if desired) all
udie.s in i t- ine. ready for elimination--: is present (if desired) while
I unitnviuL' :nl |ii-imeuts Tho cause "f a female diseases is in the
pina eoliiinn ..-mall of the hack) u.iid find it is unnecessary to adjust
--oihei- than the cause: /for the removal of the cause always allows the
ijiseased ocean- ic-uine their natural pos'uion and functions. Hence
I ne\.-r c.-.juic- loe( oxamiuatioii and never gi ve local treatment, and
even so, there i- i/o line of diseases witli wliieh I have more complete
success than thofa which iilllii-t womankind.
lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi
"Make Hay While
the Sun Shines.'
Toil lirl'ofr buying yonr Ilay-M ik
iiiu -liii|il('iii('i)is, rc.iiR'rnber that
F. M. MALZHHNSJGCL
Caii'v a full line.ot
1 MOWERS, RAKES,
and ali other Implements for making hay.
F. M. Malzahn & Co.
f!^^:Dm^^^xMJ^:Mmm^M^
he Pioneer Prints
MORE NEWS
ill an any other news
paper between Dulutta
and CrooWttoni St- Paul
and tite North Pole.
TEN CENTS PER WEEK
3
1
Act directly on the liver.
They cure constipation,
biliousness,
sick-headache.*ct&?- Sold for 60 years.
Want your moustache orJ^ijd^^X (|j|^H^|y|lS-_B^
a beautiful brown offfeff6l:ick? Use nrr as. w- vmimHsm. iuu.- man*.
Savings Department
First National Bank,
Bemidji, Minn.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.
C, W Histinfs, IVcs. Sheldon, Vlee-Pres.
A. \VhiU Cashier.

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