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The Daily Pioneer
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON.
PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.
By R. W. HITCHCOCK.
Entered in the postofliee at Bomlajl, Minn.,
as second class matter.
Official County and City Paper.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS
Copy for changes of advertisements In
The Daily Pioneer must reach this office
to o'clock a. in. in order to insure theii
aipearancelin the issue of same day.
There has seldom been in
Minnesota a more interesting
campaign for governor than the
one which has.been now well un
der way for some months. With
one openly avowed candidate, an
other whose silence loudly gives
consent and a third suspected of
entertaining ambitions to wear
the governor's purple for the
third time, while hosts of other
wait but an opportunity to leap
into the running the situation is
prolific of a plentiful opportunity
for guessing and gossip.
Governor Van Sant has hasten
ed to disavow any intention to se
cure the junior senatorship from
Minnesota, but we have all
noticed that he has made no de
nial of the oft repeated story
that he will be a candidate for
governor for the third time. It
is confidently believed that the
governor has political aspirations
still and that he is by silence
holding his organization intact
until the time shall come to de
clare his ambition. That the
governor can be elected for a
third term is not believed and of
this he is as firmly convinced as
Prank Eddy is a fighter and a
campaigner of no mean ability
but in this respect he has no ad
vantage over the redoubtable
Bob Dunn. Eddy is actively in
the field while Dunn is not. But
if the newspapers of the state re
flect public sentiment the latter
will be nominated on the first
ballot. Eddy is not as strong in
the north as he was while in
experience as an
igent having in
jured him exceedingly. Dunn on
the contrary is stronger than
ever and apparently gains in
strength every day, the great
immigration secret of his strength lying
the fact that the people of the
state believe in his ability and
his honesty and they like his
If the republican convention
were held tomorrow Dunn would
be nominated with very many
votes to spare. What then shall
we expect when the man from
Princeton makes an effort to se
cure the nomination?
to THE Pioneer calls attention
its Associated Press
news service which was in
augurated yesterday. The
Pioneer is the only daily between
Dnluth and Cropkston and north
of St. Cloud to have the Associat
ed Press despatches. It is the
HAVE just received one of
tlie latest Kimball Piano Players.
These instruments are musical
marvels. They enable anyone to
play any selection of musio, no
matter how difficult, even though
the operator knows absolutely
nothing of the principles of music.
This instrument is attracting widespread
attention. Call and hear it.
M. G. SLOCUM, MUSIC STORE
intention of the paper to give the
people of Bemidji the best pos
sible news service both general
and local and other improvements
in this respect will be announced
from time to time.
IT^gc igrtfjfr^r-asy W W 5F
The Bagley Independent prints
home made poetry.
Lake Park youngsters are vic
tims of a curfew ordinance.
The Wadena Pioneer Journal's
harvest special was well worth
Editor Verity in his Wadena
Tribune solemnly protests that
he is as innocent of politics as a
The Brainerd Plumbers will
give a dance. It is hardly neces
sary for they undoubtedly make
the public dance the year around.
The Pillager bridge over Crow
Wing river has mulcted Cass and
Morrison counties and several
villages and seems to be worthy
o! its name.
The solid business men of Ked
Lake Palls will establish an iron
City election two weeks away
and a hot time well under way al
ready at East Grand Forks.
The Big Fork Settler begins to
print at Rice River.
The Missabe Ore declares tfoat
some fools shoot tolerable
straightat a manand advises
all venturers into the- woods to
wear bright clothing.
Dearth of houses at Grasid
Two good newspapers Ga
zette and Telegramconsolidate
at Barnesville to make a. better
Big sales of farm lands-round
Great exhibition of hairy heads
A Great Northern right of way
man is doing business in Roseau
county and the people of that
railroadless county are convulsed
Wool fleece underwear,
single and double
breasted shirts, heavy
enough for the coldest
weather, 50c each^
I.Meyer & Co.
HIGH ART CLOTHIERS.
We are showing a beautiful line of Fall and Winter Over-
coats. We have the-JAdler make they are equal to tailor
made in style, fit and durability, made in all the popular
weaves our prices are from 8 to $25. You can depend on
saving money by buying at our store. We also have^chcaper
Overcoats: it is a good quality of Black Beaver at"$5.75.
In Men's Suits we show exclusive styles and a much
wider range to select from than can be found elsewhere.
Selling clothing in connection with other lines enables us to
name such a low price|that we have no competition prices on
suits from 3.95 to $25.
Our line of Boys' Suits range in price from 1.50 to SI2.
We make a specialty of fitting out the little fellow with this
their first suit.
O'Lear & Bowser
Goods we have every
thingfrom the cheap
Cotton Shirt at 25c
up to the finest silk
mixture worth $.3.
And when it comes to
rs and Hunter's
wear we can say
without fear of con
tradiction that we
have the largest
stock in the st.ue of
In Hats we carry
the Dunlap, Stet
son and Lampher
and a full line of
Caps from the best
We are pleased to
show o*iar goods, and
can please you in
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Shoes, Hats, Ladies'
Suits and Coats,
Carpets, Wall Paper,
Thursday, Friday 1 Saturday
of this week a
20 per cent cut
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GRAND RAP I S I
New and Exclusive Stock of I
Art Card Mounts Just Received
Naturalist and Taxidermist
208 Second St. Posioffice Box No. 686
BIRDS, WHOLE ANIA1ALS, FISH, FUR RUGS AND ROBES
and.GAME HEADS mounted to order and for sale. carry at
all times a pood assortment of INDIAN RELICS and CURIOS.
FUR GARMENTS made to order, repaired and remodeled.
FURS'in season bought.
1 guarantee my work mothproof and
the most lifelike of any in the state
MY WOKK IS EQUALLED BY
FEW, EXCELLED BY 7SOSB-
A Deposit Required on All Work
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
Anyone desiring a cheap lot
in any part of Bemidji, call on
Local Agent for the
We sell the
Remember the placeat
New Store! Goods!
We have the largest and most up-to-date stock of
Ladies' Hats in the city at all prices from 98C 0 $20
each. Give us a call, as we can please you.
Ail elegant line of neck furs at all prices
Our line of Women's and Children's Underwear and
Hosiery is complete, and we can save you money.
HER LADYSHIP CORSETS
Considered to be the best in the land for the price at $1
Next door to First National Bank, Bemidji
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