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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 25 January 1905
1 U. 1 & Mrs. Vincent's Little child. 4* *$ 'f3 Help for Mothers Any woman who is suffering disordered menstruation, bearing down pains, nervous ness, or whose life is made desolate by barrenness, can have the same relief Mrs. Vincent secured, by" taking Wine of Cardui in the privacy of her home. No physician's treatment necessary. This pure Wine com mends itself to every suffering woman. Will you go to your druggist today and secure the same relief Mrs. Vincent writes about? When the stomach, bowels or liver are affected, Thedford's Black-Draught should be used. NEOFCAHDUI No. 933 Mission St., SAN FKAJSCISCO, GAL., Dec. 9,1903. I am happy and pleased to attest to the value of Wine of Cardui for^pros- pective mothers. I took it for three months before my darling baby came and I suffered so little pain I felt I was an exception. The child is happy and healthy and the sunshine of my life. I had hardly any trouble after she was born, and after eleven days was np doing my entire hou...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 25 January 1905
1 r. S i &s &*-" t: Bell Coffee, Tea Siftings, Japan Tea, Gunpowder Tea, Black Tea, Bulk Cocoanut, Purity Salmon, Alaska Salmon, Dill Pickles, Sweet Pickles, Cider Vinegar, BPPllit|iqHllTgppl[^^ I iresbale In order to close out our remaining stock at once we are making great reductions in prices as follows regular price per lb25 a a Hunt's Baking Powder, Calumet'Baking Powder, Raisins, (C BEMIDJI MERC. CO. at the Old Bank Building. BEMID JI Is the most beautiful city in Northern Minnesota It is situated on the western shore of far famed Lake Bemidji. Nature has exhausted herself in the lavish expenditure of favors to make the WILDERNESS BLOSSOM A S THE ROSE and has conspired with man to create a city whose DESTINY CANNOT E STAYED. LOT S FO SAL E Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co. H. A. SIMONS, Agent. Hotel Markham Bldg. NOTICE! We sell Lumber, Lath a^nd Shingles &A retail. Crookston Lumber Co. DR. F. E BRINKMAN, CHIROPRACTIONFR. OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. to Moon, and 1 to ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 25 January 1905
lf i i i i i i i i i i If you have a (t ft ft* Cloaks & Ready-Made Suits TH E BERMA N EMPORIU Next Door to Post Office. MASKS... Happy Hooligan Foxey Grandpa Alphone & G-aston Simple Simon, etc., etc. H Wire, Gauge, Whiskers, Dress Trimmings, Etc. in The Fair Variety Cash Store WrA i^W AAJtrA iJ A -JW Jhr -rfW-A:A allc.:<p>Money-BW TimeAisW on-rffcrrfjrA Time ou want a new Watchan accurate timekeeper that will wear long and wellcall on us. We have every good American make and at prices to suit all. Watch. pairing bring- guarantee my work mothproof and the most lifelike of any in the state MY WO RK IS EQUALED BY PEW, PXCELLEi) NONE A Deposit Required on All Work fi\ Blankets, worth $2.00, Si.50 ,/li 1.50, 1.15 or auv article of jewelr heeds re- it here Ou Repai Departmentyisthat working along as smooth as evermore work, of course, but we are better prepared to do it and do it well. Our work is good and our prices don't take the good out of it. George T. Baker (EL Co. Lo...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 25 January 1905
itmmtm Ri l.^v A tft A l*r ft*-* &- SETTLER IS BURNED OUT Early Morning Fire Destroys Home of John Schmidt, West of Bemidji. INMATES OF CABIN NARROWLY ESCAPE THE FLAMES. Forced to Leave in Seamy Rai ment and Walk Nearly a Mile In Bitter Cold. Between the hours of 3 and 4 o'clock this morning the home of John Schmidt, a homesteader who lives on the Mississippi river four miles west of the city, was burned to the ground, together with all his household goods and personal effects of the family. The fire was discovered shoro ly after 3 o'clock, but not before the entire cabin was a mass of flames, and the mother and father barely escaped with their lives and those of their five children. They were forced to abandon the burning house with nothing but their night clothes to protect them from the intense cold, and walk nearly a mile to the farm house owned by Dr. Rowland Gilmore, where they were afford ed shelter. The origin of the fire is unknown, but it is supposed that it started fr...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 26 January 1905
WiTH i-v AN IRON HAND RUSSIAN AUTHORITIES ARE DE- TERMINED TO SUPPRESS RE- VOLT BY FORCE. HUNDREDS OF ARRESTS TAKE PLACE STRIKERS AT ST. PETERSBURG GIVEN TIME LIMIT TO RE- TURN TO WORK. $5.00 Shoes $3.50 Shoes $3.00 Shoes fl fl fl fl fl m" '-r t|*j Shaft-Pierce Shoes for misses and children, at a discount of $1.00 Monarch. White Shirts eign oifke ami the press lake a gloomy view oi the situation and that in the exaggerated dispatches printed there IF revealed the poorly disguised hos tility of England to Russia. PITIFUL SIGHTS WITNESSED FUNERALS OF MANY VICTIMS OF SUNDAY'S TRAGEDY St. Petersburg, Jan. 2G.Governor General Trepoff is in supreme com mand of the city. Although a state of siege has not. been actually proclaimed it practically exists, the emperor hav ing conferred upon him as governor general "almost absolute power, author izing him to use the military, gend i armerie and every other .agency of the government to preserve order, placing ALL EYES TURN TOWARD MOSCOW under hi...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 26 January 1905
V.,- 1 5 \&C' ST jgK it iiK it fi, (5^ ft a*: ifffC 1 &5 ire Bell Coffee, Tea Siftinga, Japan Tea, Gunpowder Tea, Black Tea, Bulk Cocoarmt, PRICES Hunt's Baking Powder, Calumet Baking Kaisins, Purity Salmon, Alaska Salmon, Dill Pickles, Sweet Pickles, Cider Vinegar, illiaBiifflgeiiiliiii^^ In order to close out our remaining stock at once we are making great reductions in prices as follows regular prjice per 11) a a a tt Powder, a it .at the Old Bank Building. BEMID JI I have undertaken to sell $300,000.00 worth of property in this city before January 1st, 1906. A I GOING O O IT? There are more improvements to be made in BEMIDJI during *he present year than were ever contemplated before Don't Miss Your Opportunity. BUY NOW! LOTS FOR SALE Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co. H. A. SIMONS, Agent. Hotel Markham Bldg. NOTICE! We sell Lumber, Lath aund Shingles act retail. Crookston Lumber Co, DR. F. E BRINKMAN, CHIROPRACTIONFR. OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. to Noon, and 1 to 5:30 p. Off...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 26 January 1905
f&2$ ao8 Second St. 4 to to to to to to to to to to to to to f* Shipment 1905 Advanced Spring Styles in NewSilkShirtWaistSuits In all new .shades and styles. TH E BERMA N EMPORIU Next Door to Post Office. TimeisMoney-BeonTime If you want a new Watchan accurate timekeeper that will wear long and wellcall on us. We have every good American make and at prices to suit all. Tf you have a Watch or anv article of jewelry that needs re- pairing- bring it here. Our Repair Department is working- along* as smooth as evermore work, of course, but we are better prepared to do it and do it well. Our work is good and our prices don't take the good out of it. !j George T. Baker (SL-- Co. Located in City Drug Store. Happy Hooligan jgj Foxey Grandpa Alphone & Gaston |fj Simple Simon, etc., etc. Wire, Gauge, Whiskers, Dress Trimmings, Etc. I The Fair Variety Cash Store HENR BUENTHE Naturalist and Taxidermist Postofflce Box No. 686 BEMIDJI, MINN. H1RD5, WHOLE ANIMALS, PISH. FUR RUO.S AND ROBES ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 26 January 1905
It If* I JW WIL HANDL E TH E MONE If Board of Audit Names Local Banks as Depositories for County Funds. BLACKDUCK A\D TENSTRIKE BANKS GETS A SLICE. Bids Were Three Per Cent For Time Deposits and Two Per Cent For Open Money. The board of audit of Boltrami county, consisting of Chairman Danaher, Auditor Wilmann, and Clerk of Court Rhoda, yesterday afternoon namod the depositor ies for the county's funds and the moneys will hereafter be deposited wholly in the local banks and in the banks at Black duck and Tenstrike. W. H. Roberts, of the First National bank of Bemidji, W L. Brooks, of the Lumbermens State bank, and Sam Olson, repi esent ing the First National bank of Bagley,were present at the meet inar. After a general discussion of the condition of each institution nad taken place, the bids were presented, and those of the First National and the Lumbermens State bank were found to be the best. The rate of interest offered was two percent on all money deposited sub]ect to check, and ...