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0 A.V. Pints.
,v (Quarts.
Half-gallons
7^ i .'II
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*$* "$- vl" 0 VV *V' & v^ & &
J. A. McCONKEY
Tii .onli'i"'ii I'li'si- Kill uiir Jelly Glasses
we will sell wiial we have ha ve loll at
5 20 cents per dozen.
Glas ars
b'of lliu same ivasoii. notice the
priees nl niir Glass Fruit -lars.
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& Phone 233.
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C. H* MILES
3 Agent for Anheuser-Busch Famous
eaier
has increased in value from 25 to
200 per cent every year of the
city's existence* tit::
Bemidji Townsite& Improvement Co.
JOHN F. GIBBONS, Local Agent.
9
1 4 Bemidji Pressed Stone and Tile Co. 3
Boyd & Erickson, Proprietors.
M.\ N Til:
&s Cement Building Blocks. Sidewalk Tile and Stone Fencing, hi
|g A variety ofmoul'ng designsfor blocks,
|5 tiling and fenoint Gement building N
materials are taking tn p'u^-O of
(13 brick and quarried sto:, iid 0
in many ways it is a su
perior material. pi
S^CT^SW-feS .?N?f^?V*ij fit\- hall, and fe*
S^^V^^ :^3M^j snoetl-l.e work
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Territory and h^-l
Pioneer
l"l B-.ISIlt'.l sT.iiV AM'KliNOON'.
PIONEER POLISHING GO.
w. VUTGH'COCK., 5
red in llie pustotlice til BemM.li. TWnn.,
.!'i-(iii elavVntal ler.
Oi'fidal County and City Paper
SUBSCRIPTION' So PER YEAR
The True Test.
Tlic piim u.\' law was ^'iven tho
pro-pie of Artn)i('sv)t. i tliat tJioy
miii'liL br alJ to cl'iouso for l.boir
nuMic .s.M'van.is tiio moil best
qualiliocl for llie yxisition. Th
indopo.nik'uce of llio voters at the
lir.st tost of tjic. primaj'y law
shows that thoy used it yory
olToolivolv ihis purposo. Th
priinai'y olooiiiai is not a contest
between parties but a contest be-
tween men with a chance to flu?
people to pick the best num.
Kvery man nmst stand upon his
merits now when he asks for
nomination for county office in
Minnesota.
On the principle that the man
best qualified for the position
should be nominated the fionoei
hopes for the reuominination of
County Auditor I). \J. Sylvester,
believing that the best, interests
of the county will there by lie
subserved. I on though any
other man who may seek the
nomination as county auditor be
the equal of Mr. Sylvester in
ability and integrity ho is not the
pro.sent incumbent's equal in
point of experience, and in the
case of the county auditor this is
a very weighty consideration.
The auditor's office is the most
important in the county: it is also
the most intricate. To bo a -ood
auditor one must have a lariie
experience in the details of the
work'of the office and must at
the same time possess judgme nt
and tact in a rare decree. Mr
Sylvester's conduct of the office
has boon warmly approved upon
numerous occasions by different
state officials with whom the
auditor's office has to do business
and r. Sylvester is today rec-
o,u-ni/,ed
as one of the most capa-
ble auditors in the state.
When such a man, competent
and faithful and courteous to the
interests of the people has boon
secured he should not be dis-
placed sim ply to satisfy the ambi-
tions of a .nether, no matter how
worthy the other may be. We
cannot afford to conduct public
business so loosely. We believe
that the people of Roltraini
county i'enera,ll recognize this
fact and that they will therefore
re-nominate Mr Sylvester for a
second term bv a decisive vote.
.!iix i: !\\IKKK and the Polk
unt populists are much alike.
b\)v oiirlu- years they have been
following strange ed but they
now publicly announce that they
won't do it anymore and on the
streng th of these new protesta-
tions they promptly offer them-
selves as tit candidates for office.
VVould'nt it be just as well to
elect some one whose past acts
proves them to be safe and give
Mr. Parker and the folic county
populists a few years in which to
practice their new faithy
Tin-: Red Wins republican
thinks that for diversify the men
who vote the democratic ticket
this fall will beat the conglomera-
tion that filed into Xoah's Ark' to
g'et in out of the wet one day
some year's since.
:Q
'Lo\(f in November all the
people in Missouri will be just
Cholera Infantum.
This diseaseihas lost its terrors
si nee Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy came
into general use. Th uniform
success which attends the use of
this remedy in all cases of bowe?
complaint in children has made it
a favorite wherever its value has
become known. or sale at Bark
tL%
FO NE W TRIAL
Wm. hounard, Condemned Mur
derer. Sends Jo Kcmidji
For Attorney.
L. H. Hailey left this morning
for Walker, upon a. request, by
Wm. Chounard, the condemned
nloror now awaitingoxocution
at the Cass county jail. Chounard
cannot believe,that in just a week'
he must suffer the death penalty
Lor tb killing of his wife, and,
lilce'a drowning-juan graspi ng at
a straw, seeks to take advantage
of every opportunity to prolong
his life.
The man is..little more than a
mere skeleton' from life effects of
brooding over what is to come,
and unless something intervenes
it is believed that lie will be a
total wreck before the date set
for his execution.
r. Bailey did not say what the
ehances.l'or anew trial for Chou
nard were, but it is thought by
some that should a petition be
presented it will be granted.
DI NO GE HIM
Man With Smallpox Travels Far
Without Being Arrested By
Authorities.
One of the engineers on the
Croat Northern who runs
through liemidji has been aff
licted with smallpox For over a
month and has traveled through
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Omaha
and many other cities, but was
not apprehended by the health
authorities in any of the cities he
passed through. The gentleman
contracted the disease in Omaha
and passed through many large
cities but was never approached
by the health officers. lie was
not aware of his having the dis
ease, although the usual symp
toms of headache and pimpios
wore present. Tie arrived in the
city yesterd ay and was examined
by Assktant'lTealth Officer Pet
erson, who decided that a
quarantine was unnecessary, as
the disease had run its course.
Catarrh Cannot he Cured
by local applications, as they can
not reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a blood or constitu
tional disease, and in order to
cure it you must take internal
remedies, flail's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally.and acts directly
ontheblood and mucous surfaces.
I kill's Catarrh Cure is not a quack
medicine. It was proscribed by
one of the best physicians in this
country for years and is .a regu
lar prescription. It is composed
of the best tonics known, com
bined with tin1
best blood puri-
fiers, acting directly on the muc
ous surfaces. The perfect com
bination of the two ingredients is
what produces such wonder re
sults in curing Catarrh. Send foi
testimonials l'vo(\
K.J.C.IIKXKY cV: Co..
Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druuii'ists, price 7")C
Take Halls" Family Pills for
constipation.
For Sale Cheap.
The telegraph poles formerly
belonging to the R{H\ Lake Trans
portation Co. now located near
M. v'v I. and (J. X. depots in le
midji. Minn. Inquire of Walker
Station Agt. M. &- I. or of A.
Knudson next Monday and Tues
day at Hotel Markka in.
V\ M. E. PATES,
Assignee.
The Death Penalty.
A little thing sometimes re
sults in death. Thus a mere
scratch, insignificant cuts or
puny boils have paid the death
penalty. J.t is wise to have Ibiek
len's Arnica Salve on earth and
will prevent fatality, when burn s,
sores, ulcers anb piles threaten.
Only i2.")(, at all druggists.
Council Meeting.
Little business was transacted
at the council meeting last night
beyond the allowing of a few
bills. Th .lerrard Plumbing
company's work' of laying mains
near the electric light plant was
accepted. The matter of appoint
ing a new police in the place of
Mr. Hrose was laid over until the
tirst of next month.
Violent Attack of Diarrhcoa
Cured by Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and Perhaps
a Life Saved.
"A short time a.2f I was talcen
with a violent attack of cliari'lioea
and lielieve would lia.ve died it
I. had not gotten relief,'' says
John J. P.tlton, a loading citzen
of fatten, Ala. A fi'iend recom
mend od Chamberlain's Cohe,
ClioN-jra and 'Diarrhoea Remedy.
I bought a twenty-tiye cent lottl
and after taking thret? doses of if
was entirely cured. 1 consider it
the best reme dy in the world for
bowel complaints. Kor sale at
Barker's dru^- stoi'e.
Advertise in the Daily Pioneer.
It's a good investment.
MtMiijjaedBta.
JELLY GLASSES
(full size)
25c per dozen.
It you want the Jiest, buy
Pillsbury's
Best Flour
Give me a call.
W. G. Schroeder,
Phone 209.
I W Are
Prepared 1
2J!
rraternnl Order of Katies, Hemidji Aerie No. 351
Mecis every Wednesday at S m.,
(iilmour's hall.
A. VVheeloek, W President
H, LeMleii, W Secretary
Visitine Racles cordially itivited.
s: 3fi isr.Sv,::. -...H,1M it"[itTst..:iti'it s: r. s:. a i|t
PKOMI
a^t..^a. ^.^i
&
To do all kinds of
t-J.
IK
1*1 umbing and Pipe {jj
Work, and can save j
you at) 'per cent on jjj(:Ki|
every job, largo or ft
small. Call and ro I
I"
prices, they do not
cost a cent. &
All Hi mis Tin Work
J)on- O Short Notice.
Call or phone !22o.
S
J. J. DORAN.
'iOr.K..H.,M:.-IH:.'..:[Kltt[:fi)i\K.sttst1::!.
I
MIn,K
F^..O.JE.
^',:y
Dr. J. Warninger
t| Saloon. Oh Si. II, n. 11 OeilllUJl
'Hl.
Owii.'i' of Of iiiriil ia wll')rl ci-roul jit
'.'::.':.".1, who will niiil I he seii^on of IMI4 V
ill Benihl.ji ill. :i sei-\ ice fee 11" '1': five St
Itollar e.-isli an.l ^i."i hen the mare is
s:
known ic. he in foal. Doii'i fail lo see s:
hilil hefol'e hreedin^-yon inares. 5t
!tfl
rt.s: it :imil.- |st a a.ia's: a' Kj5t''::' :'st':':t aiai'a:'st,5: i:
fFORSHLE!^
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S J. P. DUNGAhF. (a'i'
0 RTH? N
TH E COUNTRYj
Kvery candidate lias his day
September I'd.
o
If onlylfhe priee of wheal, could
stay hii.li enough to escape
rust.
The Norfhomo "Kecord in its
n( dress hits aboyo high wafer
marie.
o
The linnlv of "Winger begins.
Let us hope ih it its cashier never
takes flight.
-o
The 'iinpire lost two games for
the IV-ss'.on base ball club dur
ing the season -Unit's all.
o
Polk county doe. not regret
that it has so many Andersons
but would like some of themlo
change their names.
Subscribe for the Pioneer and
get the news.
ri
HELP WANTED.
at Hole
WANTL!) Portei
Hrinkman.
WANTED, at once, competent 'Bemidji
girl for general housework
Brlnkman Hotel.
WANTKI) Apprentice girls at
Mrs. Conger's millinery. Lo
cation. O'Leary & Bowser's.
Also gill for general house
work.
WANTK-DAt once, apprentice
girl Lo learn to set type and to
learn the newspaper business
generally. Pioneer office.
S '0,
0 S 'k'j-
rCKlJf 'U J: :i?]sj:::.: ju'::':: ,J ::.x: :i
I Hotel Cathcart,
Thos. Cathcart & Son, Crops.
Baudette, Minn.
'!:j This TTotfl is spofially
i ad.-iptc-.l for the ti'iivolino
))ul)lic. beaut ii'iilly locai
jjj ed on the banks of the
irro.it liai ny Kivoi' fac-
5' inj the Canad ian border.
5:5: J: jtjst..jt,H::t.,H.st js: K'jj|}: .::::t,jt,:t.Jtisi::
-HKIv-
J. H. Crouch
-l-'OIf-
Cemcnt Sidewalk,
Curbstone,
Carriage Blocks,
Cellar Bottoms, Etc.
PHONE 92.
o~
BRUNSWICK-BALKE Billiard Hall.
L. MATHENV, Prop
Fine Line of Cigars iv'Tnliarci
Bemidii,
n-cos
Alinn.
__fORSALE-
WA\TMHvn rn edition. Pioneer office.
WAN 1 hdJ---J fill your wants.
Nothing does it like a Pioneer -FOIL SALK Cheap, hair mat-
want ad. tress aic[ two burner gasoline
stove
witAve.
WANTFDTO 1-iKNT--Five, six FO PENT -Furnished room,
or seven room house by a fain- Location ai.d convoni noes the
ily of three. Apply at Pioneer best. Mrs. .1. Peterson .Jr.
office.
4
csota liilmiatioiiii
RAfLALW COMPANY
Tn ('oniiict.ion with HIP
..Northern Pacific.
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Provides the best train passenger
service hot ween Northotno, Hovoy.'Junc
lion, filackduek, Ik-niidji, Walker
and intermediate points and Minne
apolis, St. Paul. Pai'tro and Oulnth
una all points ea.st. west and south.
'J,hrourli
coaches between iS'oi-thotne
and the 'J'win Citie No clianjrp
f cars. Ample time at lirainerd
dinner.
ouilyox. STATION'S Onilvex.
Sn nttii.v Siindiiy
i::i'i ii. 111. l,v Nortlinmi- A in. :'Ai
t!:rr :i. 111. Ar..IIovuy .lunrtinii.. |,v. p. 111. T.-dn
1 it.in.Lv Mliickd-n'k I.v.j) 111 i'.:r.(I
7:''i Toii'-t riko l,v. i\:M
7.1'J 1'u it In -Hi
*--''M Hi-mid ji
H:::x Wnlkcr \-2i
iu:i7.. liiicki'iisiick :.r,n
Ke-Jfi liM.-kim i
lnot I'. 11- liivcr :',:n I
.05 lv.jiioi 2::::
I'2:(i5 A Ilr-.'.innnl in.J:(o
.Mniiila.vs, \\'i'liic.la.v and l-'ridays.
.C.-40 JI. rn. I,v I\ llih,r Ar. p.m. ."i^O
'i"il p. in. Ar Ik.vi'.v .1 miction. .Lv 1:4
N. UV.
1 p. I,v UraiiH-rd Ar. j) 111. 1:0",
Little I'allH Lv I:.'
St. Clou.) a. in. 11:(.--,
L:?T Anoka 9:4
5:211 A Minne.-ipolis i, 9:1(1
wVl A St. I'aui lv. a. ill. H: III
1 :10 j). tn. Hi a i in-id A r. p, V.'.:'.i~
Aitkin Lv. a. HI 11:W
Carlton :.r.O
l::W West Superior 8:5i
1 A I Hi 1111I1 Lv. JI. in 8:4it
l:-.*i p. 111. Krai nerd Ar. (7. 111. rJ-4?,
'i:'*' A Kjir.ro Lv.n in sax)
W. ll.OKMMKLL. G. A. YVALKKK
(ieneiai .Manatrcr. As,r
I'.iailicl'd Hi-niidji.
Great Northern R'y
LAST II(M
1
N o. ^10...Park Kajiids Line. .fLOlla.
(Oonn.-i-K Willi I'lyer at Sauk O.-nt re, arrives KcdllCcd KTt'S
Mimieaiiolis ahoul :::i'0 p. in., forinerl.v 4:1:,.)
WEST ItOI'M)
1.'5. .PoKston r.ine 2: "0 p. m.
2:50 a. m.
.*{!....Par Papids LineT..-,.-
Full inffirmatien from
E. E. CHAMBERLAIN, Agent
Bemidii. Minn
1'OL SALE- Limited number of
copies of the Pioneer's souvenii
The Fair Variety CashStore.
oven. Inquire
Phone \h\.
ro\\)
FOR RENT.
WANTLD- For U. S. army able
bodied, unmarried men be
tween ages of 21 and citi
zens of I'nited States, of
good character and temperate
habits, who can speak, read
and write Lnglish. Fo in
formation apply to Recruiting
Officer. Miles block, Bemidji.
Minnesota.
We arc now settled in our new location in the
BOYHIt miLDINd, Minnesota Ave.,
ami invito the publ ic to cull and oxjunine our
lino of (J N E 11 A 11 fl A N 1) I S
i
PROFESSIONAL
..CARDS..
LAWYERS.
D. H. FISK
Aitornoy un ('oiiusollor at l. aw
Of-:-- o-visitt Mott-1 Markham.
l\ J. Russell
AUoiiic.v at Law
unnii.vii. niNN.
Wo pay slriet, aMontion to un a
(inioll.v and orderly place. Bail(\' & McDOliald
i.\ vi-:its
Itcmidii, rt:nn. Office Swedback Block
Jay L. Reynolds
Attorney at Law
OHWe in fliles Block.
PHVSICIAN5 AND SOROEONS.
Dr. Rowland G-ilmore
J'liysieiaii am Surgeon
Office: riiles Block
Dr. Blakeslee
i'li.ysician and Surgeon
Office: Hiles Block. (5emin|i
Dr. E. H. Marcum
Pliysieian and Snr^eon
Office: 5\\edlac Block
Residence Phone 221 Office Phane 18
Dr. E. H. Smith
lSi,\-sieian nml Snrj^'i
Office: Boston Itlock
Office Phone, 7.* Home Phone. 60
DKNTI5T.S.
Dr. R. B. Foster,
N
I S
AIILL'S ULOCK.
Dr- O. M. Smith,
DICNTIST
Office over I-. H. Winter's 5t)re.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
City Restaurant,
M. I. HI RROl (il15,li..p.
.Mc iL at all hour-,.
I'roin :J0 up. 315 Beltrami Ave.
Palace Cafe,
l'REI) THROM, Prop.
Meals ai
All Hour.-,. .'ill Minnesota Ave.
Hotel Remore,
EARL (ii:iL, I'rop.
Katt
1 1.:.'." and si.50 eoincr Iti-lii-anii Avi
1 |niila.\. am i 'l'liinl St.
Thompson's Hotel,
HANS I'. THOniSON, I'rop.
Coiinci-Lion 10(1 Third St
Tremont House,
J-'ELIX l)ANSLRi:AU, Prop.
Hates:
Kates
"I'.I-I-day i innesota Ave
Bemidji Hotel,
AIRS. JOHN I'.AHR, lr.p
l."(l
I perd.t.y 2iV2 Third St
Markham Hotel,
V. I'. HANNIEIN, I'rop.
W.00 Per Day and Upward.
DRAY AM) TRANSFER.
"Wes Wright,
Dray and Transfer.
Phone 40. pi| P,c|tt-ami Ave.
Tom Smart,
Dray and Baggage, Safe and Piano Moving
a Specialty.
Phone No. I i Ameri ca Avenue
tj 1
No. 1-L..l)nl..tli Impress... L2:27 I ^o MiniK-sotla Stuto I'air the
.j,-, Minnosotu md International
Li: 5!)a.i... i
i,l
uu "L
1
liailway Co will soil tickots
August :?7tli In Sept. lird inclu
sive Keinidji lo St. J^uil and re
turn for ST.:'.'.' including admis
sion to the iir grounds. Good
returning un1,il Sept, rih.
G. A. WALKER,
Agent

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