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ft HI kit I* Or ft J. A. McConkey. 7 -^"--"x^,. i|j| All those who have drawing bonks should finish therri and 0|\ tljl bring them to our store by not later than July 9th. On the morn- (f? -V iog of Julj' 11th they will be turned over to the judges to pass Tp on and then the prizes will bo awarded. i*i Hit v,.,,^ v., J. A. HOFF, Painter and Decorator. Paper Hanging, Ealsomining, and Art Work. We are weJJ pleased with the way our teas and coffees have jm i|j taken with the people but with our experience of this line during JQ\ \ft the past four years, it is nothing inoie than we expectedj for we fll W consider" that they are the linest line it is possible to get. ill During the berry season we have all sizes of fruit jars: j| Mason, glass fruit cans, pints, .Wf j)er dozen, quarts 65 per W dozen, 2-quarts, Wic per dozen. In stone, fruit jars, quarts, ft $1.25 per dozen, 1-gallon size, 12/ each. 2-gnllmi size, 4 each and ri-jjallon size, $1.25 each. Extra fruit jar caps and rubbers. A large'" consignment- S of jelly glasses will be in this ju week, also another large shipment of crockery. Prices will be as f^\ l|j low asthev can be made, and leave a small margin of profit. ff? rr..,,i,r Your Ver Truly, Grow More Valuable Every Day The denjfind for Building Lots in Beniidji continues unabated. We still have a large number of Fine Residence Lots, however, in all parts of the city. You could have boughtxcheaper a feAV months ago, but ou will not he able to buy cheap a few months from now. Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co. JOHN F. GIBBONS, Local Agent. AAAAAAAAAAAAA* C. H. MILES Wholesale Liquor Dealer Agent for Anheuser-Busch Famous St. Louis Beer RI7DWEIS1TP ^AAJuM Subscribe for the Daily Pioneer. A 9\ W J. A. McCONKEY. Monk is Here! pi Bring I your Si gn Orders! Pictorial, Electrical and Novelty Signs, Banners and Show Cards. New, Neat and Up-to-Date. Lclnrjbernjeijs Sta te a i)k BEMIDJI 9 5 9 General Banking Business. Fire Insurance. a a -a -aaraca ...CHOICE LOTS... The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFl'EBNOON. PIONEER PUBLISHING CO. By R. W HITCHCOCK. ntered In the ixtstoftlee at Bemidji, Minn, as senond class matter. Official County and City Paper SUBSCRIPTION $5 PER VEAR A United Pa.rty. The victory of the Dunn forces in tho state convention was so decisive and, it may be said, overwhelming, that it is no won der that some of his more ardent opponents who had been misled by over sanguine expectations of succoss should give expression to the bitterness of their disap poinfcment in language whidi is siezed upon by the enemies of the Republican party, or by individ ual malcontents within it, as evidence that a bolt is brewing in the ranks of the party against its leading candidate, saj^s tho Pioneer Press. Nothing could be more absurd. The generous and graceful acceptance of the result by the leaders and mein- CHICAGO THERE JUDGE PARIVER bers of the Collins forces iTr^htrfe~nTaT?o"Ove canvass ho could un- convention was what might have been expected of the loyal Re publicans both within and with out tho convention who wore ar rayed in support of their worthy cind estimable candidate* There are no better Republicans in the state than those who were en listed under the banner of Judge Collins. They were beaten in a fair fight and will unquestion ably give the same sincere and ungrudging support to the suc cessful candidate as Dunn him self and his friends would have given to Collins if he had boon the winner of the contest. Ai.Tiiorcii Bemidji has never made any effort to advertise itself as a summer resort the number of people who are coming to this city for a few* days or a tew weeks' rest and recreation is steadily increasing tjaffh year. The-lalnririTf^hopeT15fT3olnTdp' with the uppeivand lower reaches of the Mississippi afford innumer able beauty spots while the fish erman is provided with all the sport that his heart can desire. Lake Bemidji itself affords pike, pickerel and perch in abundance while nearby lakes easily acces sible from the city for- a days' diversion abound in the gamey bass. Bemidji is too modest by half over its summer virtues. not be a candklaU- but would riv Slsrerigbh and goo.I will to Henry Funkle.y, of Blacltduck. Mr. Gibbons, however, refuse! toal'iirm or deny the report. "Duniwip is the latest political phrase and it is not popular in St. Cloud.-St. Cloud Journal Press. iQ In Polk county, om-c so re liably populist, three repu! Mean candidates for county attorney have already tiled. Some of the more violent of Judge Collins newspaper suppor ters are still harping on that stale fraud of Dunn's opposition Senator Clapp. It's hard to let go. The Pioneer pred lets tl lat Senator Clapp i 1 1 ''oceiye practically every vote in iho legislature from the counties' which supported Dunn. In fact, outside Henepin county, which the Collins people still claim b^ longs to them, there is no oppose tion to Senator Clapp whatever. There are a great many popple in Bemidji and throughout the county who are desirwiis that At torney K. F. Crawford, of this city, become a candidate for county attorney. Tt is urged that Mr. Crawford is independ ent of any of the various factions which are now maneuvering for tho control of that office and that for this reason he would be in a better position to represent the people of the county impartially. Mr. Crawford is a lawyer of un questioned ability and integrity and should ho bo provaiWl_ upon doubtedly make it interesting for the other candidates Meanwhile Mr. Loud, the pres ent incumbent of the office of county attorney, is steadily at tending to his own business and declares that he never had the fences on the Beltrami county farm in such good shape. Mr. Loud asks the suffrage of the people upon his record in office and is perfectly satisfied to leave the result to the voters. He does not intend to allow his opponents to present that record to tho vot ers however. Mr. Loud is one of the best'campaigners in tho county and is setting a pace that is a hot one for the candidates. County Auditor Sylvester is admitted one of the best auditors in Minnesota which perhaps ac counts for the fact that L. H. Bailey in his fight for absolute control of/Beltraml county and its public offices, is making his fiercest fight on Mr. Sylvester. Mr\ Sylvester is managing the county auditor's office for the benefit of the people of lieltrami county and this does not seem to suit Mr. Bailey. He is pushing the campaign against the presen^ atravitoT"~by I rescinds the rule which requires that applicants for teacher's certificates must be perfectly proportioned. It is rumored" that an attempt will be 7i7nxl"?rn,o mTJklT*lnlmtal "endow inents a factor in the selection of the teachers of that city here after. is every evidence that the price of wheat will be higher next fall and winter, licports from all sources show that there will baa-big- falli ng-off-rrrprodnctiUnT Minnesota will produce as much as usual but there will bo a loss of from 5 to 50 per cent in many of the states. every"Tr7eans iTTHTiTs power. It is reported that he is using the Rev. John Wilrnan as a stalking horse and that at the proper-time Mr. Baily will bring out the man he really wants. Perhaps, however, the situation will get away from him, as it did in the gubernatorial matter, when he was compelled to aband on his policy of an uninstructed delegation which he might swing any way that his interests called for,, and declare unequivocally for Collins. BITS FROM THE goes in "swim inin' every day at Ksopus and Grover Cleveland is spending his days a-fishing while the demo cratic convention is sweating blood at St. Louis. MINNESOTA democrats at St. Louis are conspicuous by then dissentionsand by their inability, as usual, to honor the only lead ers who have given them victory. POLITICS Attorney John F. Gibbons maintains a Parker like silence as to whether he will become a can didate for county attorney or not. There wore rumors the first of the week that Mr. Gibbons would NORTH! COUNTR Bovey banks upon its beds of iron ore. ._Deer_-Rivoi^--Gun---Glul--begi-ns to shoot. Northome congratulates itself for keeping on the busy side of a dull season. Even the hot weather affords no relief from the newspaper war at Mcintosh. "Lots" of prosperity at Kooch iching- for the knvnsite owners at-ffi25QQ-per -let:: The Red River Valley will be properly "exposed" at Grand Porks July 2i-2& There are loo many Stdny Brooks and the north country one makes Way for Brooks ton. The llig Fork Compass with out "Slight Variations of the Noodle" is too great a variation to bo pleasing. Tho completion of its telephone line to Thief River Falls affords lioseau another means of making itself heard in the world. Crooks!on pays $*53, Soo..-J- tire insurance premiums wherefore its fire department gets $667.07 from the state fund. Since 10,000 people came to Crookston to the circus the other day the town begins to think that Boston is not so near the center of the universe alter all. Northome News: A man ad vertises in the Ada Index that a pig came to his place. Quite a number came to our place last year, subscribed for the News, and now don't want to pay for it. W.G. SCHROEDER DKALEK IN Gener al Merchandise, Dry Goods, and Shoes, Groceries, Crockery, Stoneware, Glassware, Floor, Feed and Hay, Seed Grain, Lincoln Oats, Six-Row Barley, Fodder Corn and AM- KINDS OF Garden Seeds and Grass Seeds. University Canned Goods FLOUR.Pillsbnry's Best and Ada Flour. A No. 1 Meadow Land Hay, $13 per ton. Give me a call. W. 6. Schroeder, Phone 209. fe jj Dr.J.Warninger^Ty Office in rear of Arcade R^mi/lii Saloon. 4lliSt. 'Phone 50 UCIIIIUJI |J: Owner of General Blackford, record J :i::.'."i, who will make the season of 11W4 j* in licmldji at a service fee of &.'0 Five jj D.sllai-N cash and 815 when the mare is jjj known lobe in foal. Doii'l fail to see 'j| him before breedingydur mares. g73BIBESlBIIBBllglllBll@BBltgP NOTICE OF APPLICATION for LIQUOR LICENSE. STATE OF MINNESOTA,,! County of Beltrami. ss Noiice is hereby (jiven, that application lias been made in writing lo the board of county commissioners of syiid county of Beltrami and fifed in my'ollice, praying tor license to sell Intoxicating liquors for the term commencing on .Inly I:.', iwt. and terminating on .luly II, l'.N)." liy the following persons, and at the fol lnwimr place, as stated in said application respectfully, to-wit: G. .1. STKANPEU & CO. t)n the ground floor of a certain building lo cated on the neM of section 1. township KiO. range ti w. Said-applicaHon-will4e-heardanddeter mined by said lxar of county commissioners of the county of Beltrami, at the auditor'sof lice, ill the court house, in the village of Be midji ,in Beltrami county, stale of Minnesota oil Monday, the 11th day of July, l'.t04. at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day. Witness my hand and seal of said office this :2d day of .luly A. V. 1004. ISKAI/I 11. L. SYLVESTER. .Inly 2-0 Auditor, N0TWE OF APPLICATION for LIQUOR LICENSE. STATE MINNESOTA.* Conn..\ of Beltrami, I Notice is hereby given, that application lias been made in writing to the board of comity commissioners of said county of Beltrami ami IIled in my office, praying for license to sell intoxicating liquors for the term commencing on ,Tune 1.1004, and terminating on May 31, liH.- by the following person, and at the fol lowing place, as stated in said application respectively, to-wit: GANNON & OLSON. On the first lloor of that certain I wo-slory frame building, known as the 'llolel Spoouer' located on the neW of section I, township KiO, range .'il w. Said application will heard atid deter mined by said lioard of county commissioners of the county of Beltrami at the auditor's of tice in the court house in the village of Be midji, in Beltiuuni county, state of Minnesota on Monday, theHllh day of .Inly. 1004, at 10 -ft"t*!f Ic-nrmrof-tliitt'daT Witness my hand and seal of said office this 2d daytof July A. I), v.m. LSKAI.1 O. L. SYLVESTER. July :.MI Auditor. NOTICE OF APPLICATION for LIQUOR LICENSE. STA 'I" 1'. MIN N ESOTA, t'ounly of Itclti'ami. Noiice is hereby given, that application has been made In writing to the board of county commissioners of said countjTirKrnTfami aiid tiled in my office, praying for license to sell intoxicating liquors for the term eoinoaenc ingon .Inlv II. 1004, and terminating on .'uly til. 1005, by the following person, and at the following place, as slated in said said appli cation, respectively, to-wit: .1. O. COWAN". In the one-story frame building situated on lot section 1, township 10" u.. range :il w. Said application will be heard and deter mined by said Hoard of fount.v Commission ers of the county of Hell rami at the auditor's office in the court lioirse in the village or Bc niid ii, in Kelt rami cni'iiM state of Minnesota on Monday, the lllli day of Inly. 1004. at 10 o'clock a. in. ot I hat day. Witness ru.v hand and seal of said office this 2d d:iv of July A. O. 1004. |SI:M'.I I). L. SYLVESTER. July 2-9 Auditor. NOTICE OF APPLICATION for LIQUOR LICENSE. STATE-OE-MINNESOTA. SN County of Beltrami. Notice is hereby given that application has been made in writing lo ihe board of county commissioners or -ant COUIH.N of Beltrami and tiled in my office, praying License to sell intoxicating Lluuors for (lift term com mencing on une 3). l'-'04. ::n terminating on I line in 1 bv Oie following PITM.II and at the follow ing piece, as slated in said applica tion resin ei ivlv. t"-wi': JollN KYI.El!. Inonolsv.Y, frame. II* slorx, building lo cated -ii Spoouer. about 100 Citl from Kainy Kivcion N\V ceinei-of HlocU -counting from O'N'eil's creel.. ai application will lie heard and deter mined -aid hoard ofcounly commissioners It the VUlHtor's office in the conn house ill the Village of Hemidjl In Beltrami county. state. Mljinescla. on Mond: the 11th day July 10"'". at in o'clock a. or that day. Willies- mv band and -eal of said office this 2ud day VWvLVKSTTR July.'-O Auditor. One Cent Wort. Bemidji, ninn. Office: Swedback Block Jay L. Reynolds Attorney at Law Office in Jliles Block. PHYSICIANS AND SURQEONS. Dr. Rowland Grilmore Physician and Surgeon Office: rules Block Dr. Blakeslee Physician and Surgeon Office: Jliles Block. Bemlnll Dr. E. H. Marqnm Physician and Surgeon Office: Swedback Block Residence Phone 221 Office Phone 18 Dr. E. H. Smith Physician and Surgeon Office: Boston Block Office Phone, 73 Home Phone. 60 DENTISTS. Dr. J. T. Tuomy DENTIST Office over First National Bank. Third 5t Dr. R. B. Foster, DENTIST MILES BLOC K. HOTELS AND RESTAUKANIS. City Restaurant, H. P. BURROUGHS, Prop. Meals-at all hours, I I from -w- ui. I 315 Beltrami Ave. Hotel Challenges, A. L. SMITH, Prop. i..,^ j$1.00anV$1.2o Kates: pe'rday. I 411 Beltrami Ave. Palace Cafe, Meals al All Hours FRED THROM, Prop. PIONEER WANT COLUMN HELP WANTED. WANTED Intelligent young man for outside work. Brink man hotel. WANTEDAghTfoThousework. Mrs. K. B. Foster, 1107 Lake Boulevard. WANTED:Girl for general .housework. Inquire at Her man Emporium. WANTED -Good girl for general housework in small family. Call on 905 Bemidji avenue. WANTEDAt once, apprentice girl to learn to set type and to learn the newspaper business generally. Pioneer office. WANTED- Position^by^experi- enced St. Paul and Minne apolis clerk. Address, Clerk, box No. 61, Bemidji, Minn. S I A0S5|A1L|L|K[I CARD W ..WAL PHONE 20. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LAWYERS. D. H. FISK Attorney and Counsellor at Law Office opposite Hotel Mark ham. P: J. Russell Attorney at Law BEniD-Jh-^-* HINNr Bailey & McDonald LAWYERS FOR RENT. FOR RENT One furnished room. Inquire of Win. Blocker. FOR RENT:ThroH nice large rooms, over BiirUor's drug store .Inquireof E. A. Barker. FOR SALE. FOR SALET-House and lot near residence portion of the city. F. P. Hannifan. FOR SALEFurniture in tirst class shape. Mrs. E. Beau dette, lake shore. l***********A***A**^^^^^^**^^*^^*^w^^*^*M^e is ro We are HOW open Day a,i\d_Ervnlna. A man in attendah.ee fit all times. Come and see our We handle it in bulk you do not have to pay a big price for worthless packages, but get full weight: All colors, 80 per pound in 25 and 50-pound lots, 7c per pound. Why not trade where you can got the most for your money? Ml 311 Minnesota Ave. Hotel Remore, EARL (1EIL, Prop. ii $l.~.r aiul J1.50 I Comer llellrami Ave. uates. porclay. and Third St. Thompson's Hotel, P. THOHPSON, Prop. Bar inHANS Connection, 100 Third St. Tremont House, HELIX DANSEREAU, Prop. 5=1.00 er day Halt Kates 20.1 Minnesota Ave Bemidji Hotel, MRS. JOHN BAHR, Prop. I Tl.00 per day 202 Third St Markham Hotel, F. P. HANNIFIN, Prop. $2.00 Per Pay and Upward. F. O. E Fraternal Order ol Eagles, Bemidji Aerie No. 351. Meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m., Uilmour's Hall. A.T. Wheelock, W. President H.LcBlen. Secretary Visiting Eagles cordially Invited. 1 No Charge Le as Than 15c. LOST AND FOUND. TAKEN UP:--Gray horse, weight about 1100. Owner can iden tify at Tom Smart's barn. N S A Specialty PAPER:. You can choose from a car lot. Finest line ever shipped into Northern Minnesota. ..LIEN0 WAL FINISH.. M. C. JONES, ,):rri:\ 3 i::iiltt|afglMHD We Aie Prepared To do all kinds of Plumbing and._Pine. Work, and can save |g you 50 per cent on every job, large or/ small. Call and get prices, they., do not cost a cent'. gj Ail Kinds ()i Tin Work Done On Short Notice. Call or phone 225. J. J. D0RAN. Hotel Cathcart, Thos. Cathcart & Son, Props. Baudetterr Minnr~ This Hotel is specially adapted for the traveling public, beautifully locat ed on the banks of the great Rainy River fac ing the Canadian border. We pay strict attention to run quietly and orderly ilace gBE^aggiagBSlMiBBIliaiHBiaitl lkldHllHlHliflHitew^lwi^HlStg3gMfM^P F. E. C00LEY, Painter, Paper Hanger and Decorator. Phone 283. BRUNSWICK-BALKE I I Billiard Hall. L. MATHENY. Prop. Fine Line of Cigars & Tobaccos Bemidji, Minn. Thos. Smart DRAY and BAGGAGE SAFE and PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY BEMIDJI. MINN.