We rnixpaintstoorder. Jones 6
W. G. Blakeley is in town from
R. Hanley is in town from
D. D. Rolfe is clown from
L. H. Bailey left for Dulutk
W. L. Prebble and son are
here from Solway.
If you want to rent a house
call on E. J. Wilts. 127-tf
B. F. McDonald arrived from
Look out for the Bazaar's en
larging discount sale. 140-It
11^ M., Johnson arrived frorrr
E. B. Merrian of Superior is
registered at the Markham.
J. W. Wilcox and wife of Min
neapolis are visiting in the city.
C. Vandersluis of Minneapolis
is transacting business in the
Furnished rooms for rent over
the Boyer building. Inquire
Miss Emily Kronquist of Park
Rapids is visiting with friends in
Dr. Rea, the eminent special
ist, will be at the Markham hotel
Monday, Oct. 5.
Short mill wood for sale. 5? 2
per load, delivered. Crookston
Lumber Company. 113-tf
F. N. Lang went down to Cass
Lake this morning, returning on
the afternoon train.
Victor Bergstad, of the firm
Bergstad Bros., St. Paul, is
transacting business in town.
B. D. Keck, the Crookston
architect, who drew the plans
for the school house addition, is
R. W. Reed, the photographer,
has been called to Ortonville,
Minn., by the serious illness of
G. W. Van Fleet of Minneapolis
is in town today looking after the
interests of the Equitable Life
Wallace Mayor and J. D. Rolfe
of Spokane, Wash., are in the
city to install an electric call bell
system in the Markham hotel.
M. F. Guinon, optician, will
be at the Hotel Markham
until the 8th day of October and
will call at your house if desired.
Patrick Lowe, the Springer
man, returned from Northome
this morning. He will spend
Sunday in Grand Forks with his
J. B. Olney of St. Paul, repre
senting a road grader company,
is in the city, trying to dispose
of one of his machines to the
J. B. Gable went to Duluth and
purchased a steam boiler of the
Duluth Plumbing Co. It has
been installed in Mrs. Gable's
This is the day when people are
looking for big returns from
small investments. You are as
sured good returns if you use
our want column.
Afresh supply of Lowney's de
licious chocolate bon bons in
quarter, half, one and two pound
packages just received. They
are the best. J. Peterson, Jr.
H. G. Hays, formerly editor
and proprietor of the Sleepy Eye
Herald, is in the city looking
over the ground with a view to
establishing himself in the news
paper business here.
A baby girl was born yester
day to Mr. and Mrs. Julius- Dahl,
of Superior, who are visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
McLane. Mr. Dahl, who is a
member of the police force at
Superior, will return to the
head of the lakes tonight.
MILES BRICK BLOCK. BEMIDJI. MINN. I SUCCCSS.
Advertisements inserted under this
heading for one cent a word each in
sertion, in advance noadvertisement
accepted for less than fifteen cents
FOR RENT 8-room house in]
good location, with pump and
large wood shed. In line con
dition. Wes Wright. 138-tfj
front room. Inquire 420 Min
nesota avenue. li'otf
FOR SALE Pure bred rose
comb brown leghorn cockrels,
$1 each. Inquire of Chas. F.
FOR SALEShort mill wood. 82
per load, delivered.Crookston
Lumber Company. 114-tf
FOR SALETwo thousand cords of
16-ineh wooa. \Ves Wright. 34tf
FOR SALENice buffalo coat.
Call at M. G. Slocuni's Music,
FOR SALEAll kinds of wood.
J. P. Duncalf, 'phono num
ber 63. 91-tf
FOR SALECheap, a good seven
room house and 50-foot lot. In
ouire of L. H. Bailev. 70-tf
FOUNDPair gold rimmed spec
tacles in Bailey & McDonald's
office. Owner can have same
by calling at their oMce and
paying for this advertisement.
WANTEDPlain sewing at Log
Cabin, opposite electric light
Why is it that Daily Pioneer
want ads bring such good results?
Rich and Varied Assortment.
All New Styles for the
Our display is unequaled in the
entire northwest. Now is the
time to make yeur selections.
Liberal discount on orders placec
now, and we keep goods till
Repairing, Remodeling and Dye
ing a Specialty. Prices Moderate.
References: R. B. Griffith and
Sig Wolff, Grand Forks Fontaine
& Anglim, Crookston.
at Sig Wolff's Department Store,
Grand Forks, N. D.
A want ad in the Daily Pioneer
is a winner. Try one.
BERT D. KECK
Plans and Specifications for All Kinds of
Buildings, Brick Blocks, Court Houses,
Hotels, School Houses, Churches and Fine
Residences CROOKSTON, MINNESOTA
F. O, JE.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Beminji Aerie No. 351.
Meets every Sunday at 8 p. m.,
Josepii Harrington, W. President
H. LeBleu, W. Secretary
Visiting Eagles cordially invited.
without any word
from us that there
is much better val
ue in the
we sell than there
is in ihe average
must be so. W
are not satisfied
to offer the ordi
nary goods that
have only tempo-
ities are fleeting.
It pleases us best
to offer the best
and- it undoubted-
ly pleases pur
chasers test. They
come arrain and
have words of
praise for what
513 THIRD STREET
Daily Pioneer want ads are a
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Overflow from the Wires in a Con
Semi-annual interest on the SoO.OOV
bonds of the International Mor
eantile Marine company, amounting to
$1,125,000, was paid by J. P. Morgan &
Co.. as fiscal agents.
At a meeting at Mount Pleasant,
Iowa, the remainder of the $100,000
necessary to raise the debt on the
Iowa Wesleyan university and to found
an endowment fund was subscribed.
The quarterly statement of the
changes in the value of foreign coins
issued by the director of the mint
shows an average increase in the
value of silver of .031977 cents an
Ignoring the unanimous request of
the consuls, the por.te has appointed
Khalia Pasha of Brussa as vali at Bei
rut. It is feared that disorders will en
sue on the departure of Nazim Bey, the
The Paris police have arrested M.
Mutajinski, formerly a member of the
Russian mission to Abyssinia, on the
charge of having formed a society to
-exploit mines which he had discovered
in Abyssinia, but which, it is claimed,
do not exist.
Latest Quotations From Grain and
Live Stock Markets.
St. Paul, Oct. 3. "Wheat No. 1
Northern, S3 (Q, 84C NO. 2 Northern.
79(g 82c No. 3, [email protected] no grade. 65
@'7Sc. CornNo. 3 yellow, [email protected]'47 l-2c
No. 3, 47c No. 4, 4'Jl-2c no grade,
46c. RyeNo. 2, 53 [email protected] Barley
Malting grades, 47 i 5(ic feeding
grades, 42(7? 46c.
Minneapolis, Oct. 3. Wheat No.
1 hard, '0 1-4c No. 1 Northern,
79 1-4c: No. 2 Northern, 72 (g 75c.
Duluth, Oct. '3. Wheat No. 1-
hard, 79 1-Sc No. 1 Northern, 78 I-80
NO. 2 Northern, 75 1-Sc flax, $1.01 1-4
oats, 35 5-8c rye. 52c barley, [email protected]
Milwaukee. Oct. 3. Wheat No.
1 Northern, [email protected] No. 2 Northern,
82g83c RyeNo. 1, 57 l-2c. Barley
No. 2, 65c sample. [email protected] Oats
Standard, 39c. CornDecember, 46c.
Chicago, Oct.. 3. Wheat No.
2 red, [email protected] 1-2c No. 3 red, 77fi 78c
No. 2 hard winter, [email protected] 79c No. 3 hard
winter, 74r6 79c: No. 1 Northern
spring, 87(u8Sc No. 2 Northern spring,
[email protected] No. 3 spring, [email protected] Corn
No. 2, 45 3-4 46c No. 3, [email protected]
45 3-4c. OatsNo. 2, 3G l-2c No. 3,
Sioux City, Iowa, Oct. 3. Cattle
Beeves, $4 5.40 cows, bulls and
mixed, $2.20^13.70 stockers and feed
ers, $2.50^.3.70 calves and yearlings,
[email protected] Hogs, $5.56(5)5.75 bulk.
Chicago, Oct. 3. CattleGood to
prime bteers, $5.25 stockers
and feeders, [email protected] cows, $1.40
4.25 heifers, $2(o4.f0 calves, $3:50
7.50. HogsMixed and butchers, $5.50
@6.30 good to choice heavy, $5,80
6.20 light, $5^[email protected] bulk of sales,
[email protected] Sheep Good to choice
wethers, $3.40(54.25 fair to choice
mixed, $2.25(5 3.30 Western sheep,
[email protected] native lambs, $3.50 5.75
Western lambs, $2.40l 5.-0.
South St. Paul, Oct. 3. Cattle
Good to choice steers, $4 ft 5 good
to choice cows and heifers, $2.75
3.50 butcher bulls, $2.50(5 3 veals, $3
@5.50 good to choice feeding steers,
$3.35^53.75 steer calves. [email protected]
good to choice stock COM'S and heifers,
$2.50(52.35 heifer calves, $1.75(5 2
good to choice milch cows, $35(n 45.
HogsPrice range, $5.35(5 0.15 bulg,
$5.60(55.80. Sheep Good to choice
lambs, $4.25(4.85 fair to good, $4(5)
4.25 good to choice yearling wethers,
$2.50(53.25 heavy, [email protected] good to
choice ewes, medium weight, $2.75Q)
3.10 culls and stock ewes, $2.25(5 2.50.
SHAFFER RETAINS OFFICE.
Will Be Continued as President of the
Iron and Tin workers.
Pittsburg, Oct. 3.President Theo
dore T. Shaffer of the Amalgamated
Association of Iron and Tinworkers
will remain at the head of the organ
ization. The hoard of inquiry investi
gating the charges of neglect of duty
preferred against. Shaffer, gave out the
information that he will be retained
as president, but refused to go into
M'CLELLAN FOR MAYOR.
He Is Nominated by the New York
New York, Sept. 3George B. Mc
Clellan received the nomination for
mayor by 434 votes to 21 9 in the Demo
cratic convention. The boroughs of
Manhattan, Queens and Richmond
voted solidly for him. Kings voted for
William J. Gaynor solidly with the ex
ception of one vote.
Anarchist Writes to QuiPen Charlotte
of Wurte r,burcj.
Vienna. Oct. 3.The newspape Bo
hemian reports that Queene Charlotte
of Wurtemberg, who is staying with
her father. Prince William of Schaurn
burg-Lippe. at the latter's castle of
Nochod, Bohemia, has received an
archist letters threatening her with
death. Precautions have been taken.
Heir to Huge Fortune.
Mason City, Iowa, Oct. .1.Thomas
Englesen, one of the wealthiest men
of Winnebago county, is on his way to
Norway to establish his risrhts to his
share of an estate valued at $80,000,-
.000 in Austria.
Jury Says Not Guilty.
Crandon, Wis., Oct. 3.After delib
erating for two hours, the jury which
heaTd the case against Mrs. Farlce
Iuff charged with the murder of her
husband, returned a verdict of not
BEAVERS CAUGHT AGAIN.
Grand Jury Brings Three More Indict
ments in Postal Affair.
"Washington, Oct. 3. The grand
u:.v ilu supreme court of Has Bis*
trici of Columbia yesterday brought
in three mere indictments in connec
tion with the postoffice department in
vestigation. One was a joint indict
ment against George W. Beavers,
formerly chief of the salary and allow
ance division of the postoffice depart
ment, and State Senator Greene Ot
Bmgharntdb., N. Y. This indictment is
on the general ground that they en
tered into a conspiracy to defraud the
government, This, it is alleged, they
accomplished! in the sale of time
checks, from which sale they were
enabled to i cap a reward because of
Mr. Beavers' connection with the de
partment by which the checks were
purchased. The two other indictments
were against Scott Towers, who has
charge or one of the principal sub post
office stations in this city. He is ac
cused of having received a commission
on the sale of book typewriting ma
chines to the government. The pres
ent grand jury will adjourn finally on
Monday, and the expectation is that
ments ..ill be returned on that day
linmt di-.tolv after receiving informa
tion of the indictment of Towers the
postmaster general issued an order to
Postmaster Merritl of Washington,
dismissing Towers from office.
MEN WILL GET THEIR MONEY.
Announcement Clarifies the Atmos
phere at the Soo.
Sault Sto. Marie. Mich., Oct. 3.The
atmosphere surrounding the Sons dur
ing the. .past week was considerably
clarified last night owing to the an
nouncement made by the Ontario gov
ernment yesterday that arrangements
have been made whereby the compa
nies will Be extended temporary aid
and the men paid Saturday. A private
telegram from Mr. Clergue, who loft
Toronto for the Soo yesterday, con
firms this. The Canadian Soo has
been placarded to this effect and the
town last night was quietly celebrating
the news. The employes in town will
be paid immediately, but assigned
claims will be closely scrutinized and
speculators who have been buying up
the time cheeks for a small percentage
may losi- their investment. The situ
ation in the Michigan* Soo also has
been g.eatly simplified.
ENDS TROUBLE IN RIVER.
Disheartened Promoter Lies in New
New Orleans. Oct. 3. Unable to
borrow a cent, even from the New Or
leans -..-,.-,,-t.t'v of the millionaire
corporation of wl ich ho was president,
Edward Keegan of Belfast, Ireland,
ended his troubles by plunging into
the Mlssisslpi river. Koegan left Ire
land a /ertr ago. He stopped In San
Francisco and then wenl to Mexico,
where he oolleeted onot hoiogical spe
cimens. The remains were taken from
the river and buried in the potter's
field. They will be oxhumed and
shipped to Belfast.
Texans Want a Closed Border Along
the Rio Grande.
Washington, Oct. 3.Fearing an ep
idemic of yellow fever a number of
persons along the Rio Grande have
appealed to the vvar department for
the establishment of a "shotgun" quar
antine, and that soldiers lieordered to
do this duty. While the officials of the
de*partment are alive to the necessity
for action to prevent the spread of the
disease, they have concluded that the
presen/t outbreak does not justify such
radical steps as contemplated by the
requesjt for troops.
RUSSIA MUST KEEP PLEDGE.
Prince Ching Will Not Consent to Post
porement of Evacuation.
Washington, Oct. 3.The state de
partment lias been informed that
Prince filing lias determined to re
refuse to consent to any terms pro
posed by Russia for a postponement
of the evacuation of Manchuria, which
might be injurious to Chinese sover
eignty rights or the rights of other na
tions. China insists that Russia, hav
ing given a pledge to move out of IV)an
churia on or before Oct. &. should keep
her agreement without the imposition
of any further demands.
MOB BREAKS INTO JAIL.
Negro Is Taken Out and Hanged to a
Marshal!, Tex., Oct. A mrl of
several hundred men forced their way
through the brick wall of the city jail
with a telephone pole la.st ni^rhL
took out Walter Davis, a negro, and
handed him to a tree,. The lynching
was the result of the killing of Con
stable Hayes yesterday morning while
hf was taking a n'-^m to jail. Hayes
was shot from ambush and riddled
Steerable Balloon Competition.
Rio Janeiro, Oct. 3".The chamber oT
deputies has~passed a bill providing
for an international steerable balloon
Competition at Rio Janeiro in 1904, for
a prize of $100,000.
Judge Is Assassinated.
Port Huron, Mich., 3. -Justice
L. H. Bradley of Wales was assassin
ated and his barns burned in an at
tempt TO conceal the crime. The jus
tice, in the discharge of his unties, had
made enemies who had .sworn ven
Frenzied Man Shoots His Wife.
St. Louis, Oct. 3. In a drunken
frenfy Frank Sepitowski, a grocer's
i-O-rk RlKrt.. his wife probably fatally
i and theiy'ahot. him. is. th-- head. He
E. L. NAYL0R
Funeral Director and Embalmer
FLOWERS. CASKETS, COFFINS, ETC.
PERSONAL HTTENDKNCE RTFUNERHL
Telephone Night Calls, 12-158
TELEPHONE ORDERS DIRECT TO US
PIONEER HARNESS SHOP
I recently purchased the shop and
have greatly replenished the stock, which
is the most complete in the county. All
work guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Repairing a specialty.
1:. .J O IT TJ
Anyone desiring a cheap lot
in any part of Bemidji, call on
JOHN F. GIBBONS
Local Agent for the
Bemidji Townsite &
FIRST CLKSS SKMPLE ROOM
GE O. M'THGGKRT, PROP.
CHOICE MINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
BELTRAMI niLE., BEMIDJI. MINN.
There Is Land
Still Left in
And the Northern Pacific has a new and very Low Rate
for Colonists and Jjfomeseekef sin effect from September
15 to November 1903,
This gives tlio Farmers a good chance go ho.meseekmg,
after crops are harvested, or any others who wish to move
into the growing, teeming improving Northwest to visit
it at a trifling expense:
The finest valleys in the Northwest, good for grain, hay,
fruits, root crops, for luixed. stock" or dairy farming, for
irrigation or not, as one wishes, are found along the
Northern Racine or its branch or connecting lines. The
i i ,III~,ir
thriving towns are found there, too. It is a
Call on any N. P. R. Jiirent for fates and detailed infor-
mation or write Eo Chas. S. Fee. Central Passenger Agent,
St. Paul. .Minn.
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