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per box Apple s, per peck Hubbard Squash. each Com, per dozen Cucumbers, 4f-or Cabbage, per lb Ol Onions, ^^-i^pagr =*^*5* ^-e^^ J. A. McCONKEY This afternoon we will receive an other shipment of goods. Phone 233. C. H. MILES Wholesale Liquor Dealer Agent for Anheuser-Busch Famous St Louis Beer RIJDWEISrR BEMIDJI Real Estate has increased in value from 25 to 200 per cent every year of the city's existence. Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co. JOHN F. GIBBONS, Local Agent. Bemidji Pressed Stone and Tile Co. Boyd & Erickson, Proprietors. !Ip*^Tfr]5^sf $1.75 .35 .20 .15 .05 .02 .05 MANUFACTURERS OF ma Cement Building Blocks, Sidewalk Tile and Stone Fencing. A variety of mouMin designs for blocks, tiling and fencing. Cement building materials are taking th 9 p]a ce of brick and quarried stono, and in many ways it is a su perior material. Call at fac- I toiy and yards I on America I Avenue, near city hall, and personally in spect the work Territory and machines for sale 4J S -42^ The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. PIONEER PUBLISHING CO. By R. W. HITCHCOCK. (Catered in the postofflee at Bemidji', Minn., as second class matter Official County and City Paper SUBSCRIPTION $ 5 PER YEAR Dunn's Cinch. Robert Dunn will be the ne xt governor ot Minnesota if he lives until January 1, 1905 Of this no one who knows anything of past and present conditions in Minnesota can for one moment doubt. Minnesota is a reliably republican state Dunn is enor mously popular with all parties no state official ever had a bett er record this is presidential year and last but not least, the popu- list strongholds of the past are today almost solidly republican This last named fact is most significant. Take the banner populist county of Polk. Si years ago it give the populist candidates majorities of 2000 and upward, and in many townships not a single republican vote was cast. Four years ago it gave the populist nominees about 700 the best of it. Tw years ago it was nip and tuck. This year with the day for filings almost upon us not one populist can be found in the entire countv with the tem- erity to file as a candidate for office. Wh at wonder we predict the largest maionty ever given a candidate for governor in Minne- sota for Mr Dunn ne xt Novem- ber? Drainage. To the people of northern Min nesota the most important ques- tion to be discussed and decided by the legislature ne xt winter is that of drainage. For the past four years the state has contrib- uted $25,000 per year for the drainage of state lands, and the state lands so drained have been increased in value so that the state has reaped a profit of several hundred thousand dollars Ten times $25,000 per year would be none too large a sum for the state to appropriate for the re claimation of the swamp lands of northern. Minnesota, money so invested would yield the state large returns and open to culti vation thousands of acres of pri- vate lands. No man should be allowed to go to the legislature this winter from the northern part of the state who is not pledged to make drainage his foremost aim. Moreover it is necessa ry that the newspapers of northern Minnesota should at once begin a campaign for liberal appropriations and liberal laws for drainage which shall resound throughout the state without stopping until the legislature of 1905 adpurns. MINNESOTA'S democracy has but one hopethe nomination of John Lind. Failing for the con- sent of Mr Lind they will prob- ably nominate Mr. Johnson next week, glad to head, their ticket with a good man e\e though hopeless of victory. To the re- publicans the democratic choice is a matter of indifference. The republicans will this year make a vigorous campaign and they be- lieve that they will roll up the biggest republican majority in the history of the state. Should John Lind be nominated it might be harder to do thisthat is all. Neither John Lind or any other man stands within tens of thou- sands of votes of winning against Robert O Dunn. Conway's Commercial College opens fall term Sept. 5, 1904 Shorthand, typewriting, Book keeping, Commercial law, life scholarship $50. Public school and Normal courses $25 extra or any one public school study per week 50c. Can enter at any time. HIS TUSH BITS FROM THE NORTH! COUNTR AAAAAAAAAAAJ County fair at Aitkin. Alas for the luckless prairie hen. Crop repor ts are getting very rust y. It's* very hum drum at Hen drum. o Long Prairie's new pop factory is popping. What so rare as a populist in Polk county 9 o Vineland builds a 450 dock out into Mille Lacs. The new Northome Reorcd is a high water mark. o John Buck is up against the people for county treasurer in Hubbard. Becker county accomplishes the marvelous feat of punishing a poacher. The Blackduck Americ an trembles on the verge of going democratic. Smallpox never spotted any man like political announcements do the newspapers of Bagley. The Mcintosh Tribune is wroth with the Crookston papers because of their stealing from it. Pet it larceny 9 I is said that the youngsters of Felton of very tender yea rs can manipulate the toughe st cuss words with marvelous ease and expedition. Catarrh Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitu tional disease, and order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internaily,and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. I was prescrib ed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regu lar prescription. I is composed of the best tonics known, com bined with the best blood puri fiers, acting directly on the mu ous surfaces. Th perfect com bination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonder re sults in curing Catarr h. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, price 75c Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Subscribe ioi the Pioneer and get the news. HIG PRAISE Democrats of Itasca County Pay a Rare Compliment to Judge Spooner. Not only is Judge Spooner without opposition for renomina tion the fifteenth judicial dis trict, but it is extreme ly prob able that he will be indorsed for re election by all parties. A the democratic county convention for Itasca county held at Grand Rap ids, August 22 the following resolution was unanimously adopted Be it resolved that, as representing the demociatu sentiment of this, Itasca count\, we, tin dcmociats of Itasca countj in con vention assc nibli cl do unhcsitalmglj uidorse Hon Marshall A Spooner for nomination foi tht, district bench While the political prin cipals of tins distingmsed jrentleman-aie not akin to oiu own neveitheless hiswoikasa public sei vant commands appro\ al from men of all political beliefs. E\crjwhcic throughout the distuct the abihtj piofessional learning and the lmpai tiahtv of Tudge Spooner are held in high es teem In the piesence of these qualifications for office our udorsement is freely extended and paiticulaily because of the fact that such action on the part of this convention bears testimony to the high legard in which the democratic party holds public welfare (feigned) A E WILDFR Chairman of Countj Comcntion Attest, II DUOGIN. Secietaij \y &&& .^Lfte i^f^^!^L^^r^f^^^j^%jiiMW^''i -A. EeZEMH SETS THE SKIN ON FIRE. No disease causes so much bodily discomfort, or itches, burns and stings like Eczema. It begins often with a slight redness of the skin, followed by pustules or blis ters from which a gummy, sticky fluid oozes, which dries and scales off or forms bad looking sores and scabs It appears on different parts of the body, but oftenes* upont the back, arms, hands, legs i H,. and fare arid i a verirahlf* O Siblev t BlTBi~l i a ana lace, and is a veritable you know what Sp.e S.tS. has done forme. have torment at times, especially sufferea with Chrome Eczema for over fifteen at niP-ht or wripti overheated 0ar 7A?niorwnenoverneatea. mg- to get cured. Have used salves and washes The cause of Eczema IS a and different kinds of blood medicine, have been too arid pnnctiHnn of fh* treated by the best doctors the city, but could TOO acia conai O OI trie no -V W.G. SCHROEDER Crab Apples (direct from the orchards) Plums Peaches Pears Fancy Duchess Apples (direct from the orchards) Wild Plums Home Grown Seed Rye Give me a call. W. G. Schroeder, Phone 209. TTTTTTffm) 1 We Are I Prepared One Cent Word. IK [a To do all kinds of Plumbing and Pipe Work, and can save you 50 per cent on every job, large or small. Call and get prices, they do not cost a cent. All Kinds Of Ti Work Done On Short Notice. Call or phone 225. J. J. D0RAN. Cholera Infantum. This diseasejhas lost its terror,-- since Chamberlain's Colic, Chol ra and Diarrhoea Remedy came into general use Th uniform success which attends the use of this remedy in all cases of bowe 1 comp'a in children has made it a favorite wherever its value has become known. For sale at Bark er's drug store. 1 Why balance on the verge of consumption when Mark's Lung Balsam will cure. George Tanner "Business is rather dull Bemidii just now, and. yet it is the best town in this part of the state Th coming fall and winter promise to be as good if not bett er than any here tofore." 'The new rail road will be one of the best things that ever happened to midji, and the citizens here ha\ taken the right course in making a preliminary su i voy The road taps one of the best agricultural sections oi the county, and the difference after the road is built here will be noticeably felt by all the business mon of thi- city have sna great deal of mon eI try re the overflow through the a new1o glands and pores of the skin i le blood. The terrifying itch- wh etnw I started the incr itrtr\l\ifrrnncriraT\i-f\Aiint*A several bottles thero not ing ana burning are proaucea i as in a usw of S maonm Tha Sterrible othe jfiinraaii B. Ha st-anSte.en legr vconditionn take spot on Louis, Mo.is an of my body I feel like FLANNEEY. par 2e0 of the fiery poisons with which the blood-current is overloaded. While ex ternal applications, such a washes, soaps, salves and powders are soothing and cooling, they do not enter into the blood itself or touch the real cause of the disease, but S. S. S. does, and purifies, enriches, and strengthens the thin acid blood and cleanses the general system, when the skin clears off and Eczema and all its terrifying symptoms disappear. Book on the Skin and its diseases free. No charge for nwdical advice. THE SWiFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. HELP WANTED. WANTEDPorter Brinkman. WANTED TO RENTFive, six or seven room house by a fam ily of three. Apply at Pioneer office. WANTEDAt once, apprentice girl to learn to set type and to learn the newspaper business generally. Pioneer office. eft W Hastln 4* All Kinds of R. MARTIN Leading Painter and Decorator. Now Located on Fourth Street, Two Doors West of City Hall. All Orders PromptlyAttended to Fine Art Wall Paper Fresco Painting Can do your tine work and your coarse v\o"rk, will do it prompt ly and at I lght pi ices. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUILD 1001 Minnesota Avenue. IVMVVMVM 1 PIONEER WANT COLUMN at Hotel WANTED Girl for general housework. App ly at 919 midji Ave. WANTED, at once, competent girl for general housework. Brmkman Hotel. WANTED-Apprentice girls at Mi s. Conger's millinery. Lo cation, O'Leary & Bowser's. TH0S. JOHNSON, Contractor and Builder. WI^IVVVWI General Bat)kii}g Business. e* Savings Department in Connection. Fire Insurance. ..WOOD-J FORSHLEH -BY- I? 0 J. P. DUNGALF, Phone 294. I VMV.(UC Minnesota & International RAILvVAY COMPANY In Connection with the ..Northern Pacific. RAILWAY COMPANY. Provides the best tram passenger service between Northome, Hovey Junc tion, Blackduck, Bemidii, Walker and intermediate points an4 Minne apolis, st. Paul, Fargo and Duluth and all points east, west and south. Through coaches between Northome and the Twin Cities. No change cars. Ample time at Bramerd dinner. Dal ly ex STATIONS Sunday 6 d. Lv Northome 6.55 a Ar Hovey Junction 7 10 a I Blackd lck 131 Tenstrike 7 42 Turtle 8 20 Bemidji 9 38 Walker 10 07 Hackensack 10 25 Backus W 46 Pirn- River. 11 05 Pequot 12-05 a Ar Bramerd Daily ex. Sunday Ar 7 30 Lv 7-05 Lv 6 Lv 6 31 61 5r)6 4 22 *50 3 32 Mondajs, Wednesdays and Fridays 2 40p Lv Kclliher 'Ar pra 3 20 3.20 Ar Hovey Tunction Lv 1 40 N BY Brainerd Little Falls St Cloud Anoka Minneapolis St Paui 1 05 Lv 2 05 i 04 4 5 20 Ar 5 50 Ar 1 10 m. Lv 1 -33 3 Ai 4 38 my duyt write and let ee Ar. 1 05 Lv 12 a m. 11 05 9 48 Lv 9 10 Lv a. in 8 40 Ar 12 35 Lv a 11 49 9 50 856 Lv a 8 40 Brainerd Aitkin Carlton West fenpenor Duluth 4 55 Ar 1 25 IJV Brainerd Ar 12 45 (j-00 Ar Fargo Lv a 8 00 W GEMMELL, A WALKER General Manager Asrent. Brainmd Bemidji Great Northern R'y EAST BOUND. No. 40...Park Rapids Line. 00a. m. (Connects with FUer at Sauk Centre, airives Minneapolis about 3 00 formerly 4 45) No. 14.. .Duluth Express.. .12:27 p.m. 26 12:39 a.m. WEST BOUND 13 Posston Line 2:50 p. m. 25 i 2 50a. m. 39... .Park Rapids Lme7:55 Full information from E, E. CHAMBERLAIN, Agent Bemidii. Minn MJOl No Charge Less Than 15c. FOR SALE. FOR SALE CHEAPComplete hotel outfit. Enquire J. S Hpnderson, Nicollet Hotel. FOR SALECheap, hair mat tress and two burner gasoline stove with oven. Inquire 519 Bemidji Ave. .-...-.-.F.P^.P.gNL, FOR RENTFurnished room. Location and comeni nce the best. Mrs. Peterson Jr. Phone 184. 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. Minnesota. President. A P. White, Cashier. $ P. SheldoD, Vice-Pres. G. N. Millard Ass't Cash. *f* First National Bank, I Bemidji, Minnesota. PROFESSIONAL ..CARDS.. LAWYERS. D. H. FISK Attorn* and Counsellor at Law Office opposite Hotel Markham. P. J. Rusself Attorn ey at Law BEniDJl, niNN. Bailey & McDonald LAWYERS Bemidii. Hnn Office: Swedback Block Ja L. Reynolds Ai*tr7e at Law Off ce "liles Block. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONS. Dr. Rowland Gilmore PJijMCMo and Surgeon Office: rules Block Dr. Blakeslee Jt*hjsir*ian and Surgeon Onice. fliles Block. Beminii Dr. E. H. Marcum Physician and Surgeon Office: Swedback Block Residence Phone 221 Office Ph.ne 18 Dr. E. H. Smith Physician and Surgeon Office: Boston Block Office Phone, 73 Home Phone. 60 DENTISTS. Dr. R. B. Foster, DENTIST MILES BLOCK. Dr. C. M. SmithT DENTIST Office over E. H. Winter's Store. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. City Restaurant, P. BURROUGHS, Prop Meals at all hours, from 20c up 315 Beltrami Ave. Palace Cafe, FRED THROM, Prop. Meals at All Hours 311 Minnesota Ave. Hotell Remore, naie I Corner Beltrami Ave S EARL GEIL, Prop. Ratess i 1 an I perdar I and Third St Thompson's Hotel, HANS P. THOriPSON, Prop. Bar in Connection 100 Third St. Tremont House, FELIX DANSEREAU, Prop. Rat }p*day 0 203 Minnesota Ave. Bemidji Hotel, MRS. JOHN BAHR, Prop. Rat 1 Si 00 Kate fpgjaay 3 11 2 Lv 2 00 202 Third St. Markham Hotel, F. P. HANNIFIN, Prop. $2 00 Per Day and Upward. DRAY AND TRANSFER. Wes Wright, Dray and Transfer. Phone 40. 404 Beltrami Ave. Tom Smart, Dray and Baggage, Safe and Piano Moving a Specialty. Phone No. 58 018 America Avenue BRUNSWICK-BALKE Billiard Hall. JL. MATHENY, Prop. Pine I ine of Cigars & Tobaccos Bemidji, Minn. O. FQ. Fraternal Order of Pagles, Bemid's Aerie No. 351. Meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m., Oilmour's Hail ^vj-faj*' A. T. Wheelock, W. President H.LeBleu, W. Secretary Visiting Baffles cordially invited. i -At.