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The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. PIONEER PUBLISHING CO. By R. W. HITCHCOCK. Entered in the postofflce at Bemidji, 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 io o'clock a. m. in order to Insure theii appearance in the Issue of same day. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. There is no institution in the land that gives bigger value for its cost than the newspaper, and the picneer newspaper is the em phasis of this truth. It is truly worth its weight in gold to the community in which it establish es itself. Upon the value of the country newspaper the Duluth News Tribune speaks to the point when it says: "In Minnesota, the number of country newspapers is rapidly in creasing. In the north woods of this state, some of the news paper plants arrived on the scene of publication before a clearing was made and in advance of the settlers who will read them. Some of the brightest and best country editors in the business are located in the pine forests and are working faithfully and frith good effect for the good of the region. They write bright newspaper literature, and are quoted, with surprised delight, by exchanges published in the cities. The settlement grows up around them, and they begin to fight for schools and churches." A live newspaper is the best advertisement that any town can have. Outside of the fact that it offers the best means of com munication between the mer chant and his customers a news paper is the most powerful factor, next to hustling wide awake business men, in the de velopment of a town. This place the Pioneer aims to fi?l in Bern idji. This city is full of enterprising business men and women who are giving their best efforts to build up Bern idji that they may build up them selves. So far as it lies in the power of a newspaper the Pioneer will lend its might and main to this undertaking. JAMES J. HILL is accused of knocking Minnesota because of its fight against the merger. If there is any truth in this Mr. Hill's position is something like that of our Canadian friends who never tire of sounding the su perior praises of Our Lady of the Snows but who keep right on liv ing on this side the line. N EW made congressmen will get into harness November 9th and begin to make statesmen of themselves. Congressman Steen erson of the ninth Minnesota, however, has a very good idea of the duties of a congressman, which is first of all loyalty to his own district, and has since his EXTRA EXTRA SPECIAL SALE For Saturday and Monday. 2 0 Per Cent Off on All Ladies' Haas. 10 Per Cent Off on Dress Goods Pa-tterns. 10 Per Cent Off on Shirt Waists Patterns. 10 Per Cent Off on Neck Furs. SPECIAL VALUES IN UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY. Give us a call, as we can save yoa poney and give you the best assortment to select frost. Remember place and date at SEVERSON'S Next door to First National Bank, Bemidj' election been hard ot work in the interest of his constituents. It is all very well to'be a stateman but first it is just as well to do a few plebean things for your own peo ple. THE St. Cloud Journal Press administers a well deserved re buke to those republican editors of the state who have been of late holding up the hands of Tammany Hall. The great tight in New York City for four years more of clean government and further progress in reform should enlist the moral support of every friend of municipal reform in the coun try. THE Egyptian sphinx isn't in it with Governor Van Sant. R,TS N0RTH COUNTR Poor season for ducks on the Winnibigoshish. The way of the blind pigger at Ulen.proves very hard. Tenstrike merchants stock up for a strenuous fall trade. There's a liars' club at Mallard which flourishes like a green bay tree The town of Aurora ushers in a new morning in St. Louis county. The Aitkin County mills of jus tice are grinding a small grist for the fall term of court. Despite a multitude of law suits Norman county has finallv builded its court house. Mary McFadden's cry of "Let's cut Dowie out" strikes home to the very amen corner of our soul. Superior demonstrates its right to the name by defeating Grand Rapids on the gridiron, 6 to 5. Rome was not built in a day but it is said that Cass Lake is afraid that the new town of Richards will be. The Gully Sunbeam sees grim war, goar and glutinous spots on the sun all because of recent newspaper changes in Bemidji. The Homestead Review, pub lished at Pine Top,Itasca county, is at hand. It is well named. Of its* total of twelv.e columns just eleven are filing and final proof notices. A stolen can of gun powder threatens to land a trio of Fertile youngsters in the village keep. They may be thankful that the law took them in time to save them from being landed in king dom come. In order to range the wilds of Itasca county Duluth sportsmen incorporate the Bow String Club where unto sufficiency of aris tocracy and $100 gains you ad mission. It seems that the club intends to string its bow prin cipally with long green. REED Art Photography STUDIOS AT IBBMIDJI O A S S A E GRAND RAPIDS New and Exclusive Stock of Art Card Mounts Just Received TiuuiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifM1""1"""1"""""""""-'"""""""""'""""""'5 HENR BUENTHE Naturalist and Taxidermist 208 Second St. Postofflce Box No. 686 BEMIDJI, MINN. ._& BIRDS, WHOLE ANIMALS, FISH, FUR RUdS AND ROBES and QAME HEADS mounted to order and for sale. I carry at all times a good assortment of INDIAN RELICS and CURIOS. FUR GARMENTS mad* 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 NONE A Deposit Required on All Work YOUR TRADE SOLICITED CHEAP LOTS Anyone desiring a cheap lot in any parto Bemidji, call on JOH N F. GIBBON S Local Agent for the Bemidj i Towitsit & Improvemen Company I N TH E COO WEATHER an Overcoat is a necessity. ONE of OURS you will find is a luxury as well. Correct and up to da.te in every particular. Long or short, plain or fancy goods, we have them in all the newest and handsomest fabrics. Black and Blue Meltons, Fancy Cloth in all descriptions $7.50 to $25.00 Ou Lin of Mftti's Furnishings is now complete. We carry a large assortment of Men's Underwear and Hosiery also a big stock of the newest styles of Fancy Shirts, Neckwear, Collars, Etc. Our Motto: Your money back if olothes go wrong. Bemidji SL Minn. The Dnyliifht Store. price to all. and silk cord at neck. double breasted. up to $15.00 a suit. 1 Sli au& E I DJ I, Ml N N We are daily demonstrating that this is the store in which to buy your wearing apparel. Here you tincl a large assortment, a higher quality, and you always have the satis- faction in knowing that the price is right. There is no hold- ing one customer up to get even with a cut made to another. In this store goods are marked in plain figures, always one Thursday. Friday and Saturday WE WILL PLACE ON SALE: 40 dozen Alfred Meakin plates, decorated in green and gold, at 65cts.for a set of six our regular price is 1.00 a set. 1 lot of men's white outing flannel night robes, made' with military collar, fastened with two large paarl buttons, 1 lot of men's stiff bosom percale shirts, cuffs to match, they come in the new shades of blue and green, 50 cts. each. 1 lot of men's Mocha gloves and mitts, slightly damaged, worth up to $1.50 a pair, for 50 cts. a pair. 1 lot of ladies' neckwear, worth up to $1.00, for 25c a tie. Men's $15.00 corduroy suits will be sold for $10.95. These are made of the best grade of corduroy, coats are Men's $12.00 corduroy suits, $9.25. These suits are made of rich dark brown corduroy, double breasted coats. 3 dozen ladies'outing flannel night robes our regular price 65 cts., will be sold for 49 cts. each. We have a complete line of ladies' winter underwear, commencing with the Jersey Ribbed at 25 cts. a garment. And the Munsing Garment, from $1.00 a suit up to the best make. Occasionally our attention is called to the fact that peddlers are taking orders ior ladies' underwear, at exorbitant prices. We wish to announce that we are agents for the Lewis Knit Underwear and can furnish underwear 0'Leary & Bowser Special SALE AT THE Golden Rule STORE IN Dry Goods, Shoes and Crockery FOR Thursday, Friday I Saturday of this week a 20 per cent cut SIMS & CO. for the Daily Pion-1 A want ad in th Daily Pioneer eer n*-w & th time. is a winner. Try one.