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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 9 September 1905
9 Take a look at the pic- tures we are selling for 69c Ladies9 JM^ ^1^ ju^ JMB. F*~X, This 4 The Bemidji "fc Silk Waists We have placed eyery silk waist carried over from the spring season, on the Bargain Table. They are worth from $6.00 to $8-00 each, the Barnhard make, take gr\ my F*WS\ your choice while they last V[7v^ *S Napkin Bargains. A lot of German linen, half bleached, napkins, regu- lar price $1.50 per dozen. Sale price, each. 9 Pure white paper napkins, per 100, 15c Silk Remnants We can't help having a lot of remnants at certain times of the year, any store that does a large business has the remnant question to deal with, we'll make short work of the silk question this time, just take them at Half Price At 15c a Yard we are going to sell a lot of dress goods suitable to make up for little girls, some of it is worth 35c a yard' New Dress Goods We are showing a nice selection of broadcloths, rain proofs, mohairs, and fancy suitings. OUR MOTTO! "The Best is None to Good" es...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 9 September 1905
Wiiie*wa State Fair. For above occasion the Minne sota & International will eli tteket* to St. Paul or Minneapolis and roturn for $7.89, Including *dBi*lo to tho fair grounds Ticket* on *alo Sept. 2 to Septti inclusive, Hot urn limit Hopt. 11. (J. A. WALK Kit, Agent, Phone r= ***-J3H*3Sa*a olLPJis Tntpc IIHI Bemidji Auk our local ugmif about tlift wldfl trip* to mii NIIOW pliUTH along Lewis & Clark Exposition For r*tMlaml further Information oft 11 on vovir IOUAI *i|ent!or acldreaa jntcago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, 8ept, 8,WhoatSept., 81/%c Dec, 82%@S2%c May, 85%e. CornSftpU 03 OQC, 48%C May, 43%e. Qat~8ept 20c Dec, 27% 27%c May, M%m9Hc. PorkSept, 115.00 Oi't., $H,7? Jan., $12.25. FJaxi Cash, Northwestern, $1,12 South wpatorn, $J.0$, ButterCreameries, 17#20f dairies, I6%0lgc Egg* WAGW%(f PoultryTurkeys, 150 16c chicken*, 12^c spring*, 12'/2c I. Whitney. IWr TmMi Mgi\, St Pa.ul. Bemidji Is ono of the Four Railway and Com mercial Centers of the Northwest Our Facilities $ ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 9 September 1905
w*mm Largest Hotel North THE CITY. Go to Hakkerup's for Photos. To get the best, go to the Pal ace restaurant for your Sunday dinner. Special Sunday dinner at the Palace restaurant tomorrow from 12 to 3 30. Mrs. L. Berman left this morning for the twin cities to spend a week purchasing goods for her ladies' furnishings es tablishment in Bemidji. Deputy Sheriff Thos. Bailey, Jr., and John Hubbard left this morning for Jones township to serve summons on jurors and witnesses for the coming term of district court. Can't you eat, sleep or work? Bad liver? Hollister's Eocky Tea makes rich", red blood, gives strength and health. Cures when all others fail. No cure no pay. 35 cents, tea or tablets. Barker's drug store. Mr. and Mrs. P. Cassin ar rived in Bemidji last night from Quebec, Can where they have spent the past seven weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Cassin will return to their home at Nebish the ns of the week. W17Q CASH! buys more tl an Opposite Depot. Tenstrike, Minn, Larson, th...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 9 September 1905
r*.X'Jgg Connellsville. Pa., Sept. 9. The Rane powder works near Uniontown, Pa., blew up at 9:15 this morning,killing the majority of 50 men. Six bodies have al- MUC BELTRAMI LAND IS SOLD Many Illinois and Iowa Farmers Investing in Soil Near Tenstrike. Chas. S. Carter, who is in the city today from Tenstrike, states that during the past few weeks the sales of real estate in the vi- more brisk than in some time heretofore. Many Illinois and Iowa farmers have purchased land located south and southeast of Tenstrike, and it is expected that a large number of new set tlers will arrive this fall to make Beltrami county their future home, "At least 1,500 acres of farming land have been disposed of to Iowa and Illinois parties in the past few days," says Mr. Carter, "and the land is bought by them for actual farming pur poses. One party, composed of E. F. Swartwout and Edward Gilbert Howe of Earleville, 111., alone bought 500 acres and will return before snow fiies to erect buildings upon t...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 12 September 1905
r-'& *S VISITS STRICKEN DISTRICT. King of Italy Views Ruin Caused Earthquake. Monteleone, Calabiia, Sept. 12 King Victor Emmanuel arrived hot dining the dav to visit the placet stricken by the eaithquake. He was reo^veJ by Signor Feirans, the mm Jstta." ot public works,, and the popula tion, which gave the cmpeior a demon stiative and giateiul welcome Signoi Fenario had pie\iously \isited the vil lage ot Zanimaro, which presented a terrible spectacle. All the houses have been destiojed and the inhabitant, are in a condition of speechless tenor During the railway trip trom Tri parni Signor Ferians saw on an ele vation the imns ot a village complete ly destioe Tnpaini shows the im mensit ot the disaster The wefatert walls ot all the buildings have turn bled down and the population weie crying to be conducted to the minis ter, who stood at the edge of a great fissure of eaith where formerly exist ed a poition ot the place, now swal lowed up. At Piscopio troops are burying bod ies a...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 12 September 1905
Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, Sept. 11.WheatSept., 'S2%c Dec, 83%c May, 85%@86c. Corn-Sept, 53v2c Dec, 43%@43%c May, 43*c OatsSept., 26c, Dec, 27%@27%c, Ma 29^c PorkSept, $15 00, Oct., $14.G5 Jan., $12 32%. Flax Cash, Northwestern, $1.10 Southwestern, $1 05 ButterCream eries, IT 20c dairies, lCy2@l.Se. Eggs]Z\i @16%c PoultryTurkeys, 16c, chickens, 13c springs, 13c. ikt & ti) 13/ iff U/ to ^.s^^fS!,.'!sr'^sr'^rjSf.'Sr.S".^' I "*w"wi'w"iuuMMKUBKjmmmiitsK oran Phone 225 Ask our local aj?ent][about the)side trips to the nanj show places alocg- the line of the Great Northern Railway "The Comfortable.Way" For ratesland further information call on your local agent[or addre ss Increase in Gold Production. Washington, Sept. 12.Director of the Mint Roberts has made public his estimate ot the production of gold and silver in the United States for the calendar year of 1904 These figures show an mci eased production over the calendar ea 1903 of $7,131,500 gold and 3,4^6,000 fine oun...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 12 September 1905
fPQffiFWWw ?^Tf r^ & I N^W Hotel Stecl^EQai^, THE CITY. Opposite Depot. Tenstrike, Minn, buy more than Largest Hotel North of Bemidji. Newly Built and $ Furnished. Jt Go to Hakkerup's for Photos. Henry Kolden of Blackduck is a business visitor in Bemidji to day Rev. J. B. Smith left last night for his homestead near Kelliher. Mrs. E. R. Ryan, who has spent a few days at Minneapolis, re turned home last night. Ernest Nichols of Northome spent yesterday in the city on business, returning home last night. Frank Stevens left last night for Northome, where he will be employed by the Nichols Lum ber company. Ernest Oberg, editor of the Blackduck American, passed through the city last night en route home from a visit to the state lair. A tonic that makes rich, red blood. Brings strength, health and happiness to the whole family Nothing equals Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea as a tonic. 35 cents. Barker's Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Fisher passed through the city last I night on their...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 12 September 1905
f^W' WILL LAY NEW RAILS Minneapolis, Red Lake & Manitoba to Improve Up per End of Line. SMALL RAILS WILL BE REGENERAL PLACED BY 60 POUND STEEL. President and Secretary of Com pany in Bemidji to Take Trip Oyer the Line. General Manager Marson of the Minneapolis, Red Lake & Manitoba Railway company, re turned to Bemid]i last night from Chicago and Des Momes, in which cities he made the pur chase of 13 new freight cars and 15 miles of rail, which will be used on the road now being con structed between Bemidji and Red Lake. The old rails on the upper end of the line between Nebish and Redby, a distance of about 15 miles, will be replaced by the steel which Mr. Marson pur chased, whi^h is ot 60 pound weight.The road between Nebish and Red Lake has iormeriy been supplied with 35 pound steel, but this will be taken up and re placed by the heavier rails. The upper end of the road will also be re-tied, and all curves will be straightened. The work of re steeling and re tieing the lin...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 13 September 1905
ft'8* ur *v ON BEHALF OF THE POPE. Bishop O'Connell Going to Japan on Special Mission. Portland, Me, Sept. 13.Bishop William O'Connell of the Roman Catholic diocese ot Maine announced during the day his intention to leave here Thursday for Japan on a special mission on behalf ot Pope Pius X. It is understood Catholic circles here that the bishop will present to the em peror the peisonal congratulations ot the pope on the magnanimous man ner in which Japan yielded to Russia and also thank the emperor for his kindly interest in the Catholic sub jects of Japan and express the hope that this inteiest may continue. PALMER WILL FIGHT. Former Public Printer to Ask for an Investigation. Washington, Sept. 13Frank W. Palmer, the deposed public printer, will go to Chicago to spend the re mainder of his lite among the scenes of his earlier manhood. He has con fided to his tnends that he will have to work tor a living. Mr Palmer will demand a congres sional investigation ot his adminis tration. ...