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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 7 June 1904

A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. wl VOLUME 2. NUMBER 42. WARSHIPS ARE SUNK Rppn Destroyed. KUROPATKIN MOVES SOUTH RUSSIAN HEADQUARTERS NOW LOCATED FORTY MILES BE- LOW LIAOYANG. St. Petersburg, June 7.-The mili tary attache of a iiist class power lias telegraphed here that General ktf.ro patkin's headquarters stall hVs moved forty miles, south of Lia'oyang to a point between Haicheng and Dashit. Sisalo. Kuropatkin's move is t-onsid ered .UJL_possibly foreshadow severe fighting in the northern .part oi L-i Liaotung peuiusula, but it is a to assume that his action iuvqlv-s a change in the position of the Hints.. i main army, which, ac.coi'ding to tad Lest information, remains at Liaqya'^g Kuropatkin has been subjeetoJ to considerable pressure to help iciijvc the tension at Port Arthur. As cabled to the Associated Press Saturday he sent several thousand men down lie railroad to see what could be done to Impede the Japanese operations 1 is force, which there is the best rea to_believ.e_iall...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 7 June 1904

Or J. A. McConkey. Another Talk on S O A PS There is no better Soap made, either Toilet or Laundry, 8 bars Kirk's Cabinet 9 bars Kirk's Satinet..... 12 cakes Bengal Castile 6 m, 12 12 12 12 12 3 3 3 3 3 Large cake Jvivenile, each ili SKR US HKFORR YOU IIUILD. 1001 Minnesota Avenue. Thos. Smart DRAY and BAGGAGE SAFE and PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY BEMIDJI, MINN, T..T T. T...T. ...T. T. 'S Monnl Mcllick Embroidery. 9 ton am Mexican Drawn Work and. and. TenerilVo Lace a specialty. 2 to 4pm -TEACHER OF Art Embroidery AND ^^^^^S^S^^SS^^^^^^^S. 7 bars Dome, White Russian or Savon Imperial 25c $ -29c^ife Toilet Soaps. These are strictly Wholesale Prices. of them. Phone 23 3. BV. Fine Needle Work. CITY HOTEL FTEXODEEY Painter, Paper Hanger and Decorator. Phone .L,V^..--V,V.: R. MARTIN Leading Painter and Decorator. Now Located on Fourth Street, Two Doors Wegtlof City Hall. All Orders Promptly Attended to i Fine Art Wall Paper Fresco Painting 40c 25c 40c 40c '40c 40c 30c 20c 20c 20c 20c 20c Dus...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 7 June 1904

*k* 3 FRESH CUT FLOWERS 1 Oranges O ^__. _,__- Lemons JJj Bananas Tangerines i ik Pineapples- Lettuce THE CITY Cut flowers at the Grill. W.-H. Roberts was at Black duck on business last night. Men's $5 pants at Gill Bros, only $3.50. Armstrong & Underwood serve ice cream at all hours of the day and night. A. L. Thwing, one of Grant Rapids' brighest attorneys win a Bemidji visitor yesterday on important legal business. As school has closed the boys must have something to play with so buy an express wagon at Naylor's. The Black Socks andithe Bonu dettes, two of the ball Heams of the city are having a game at the fair grounds this afternoon. There is no lever so powerful as plain and simple factsMark's LungBalsam-willcure your cough. R. A. McFarland, of St. Paul, publisher of the Northwestern Photographer was in the city hist night the guest of R. W. Reed. Miss Nellye Brdwster the win ner in the Pioneer voting contest desires to express her thanks to those who helped her to win the...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 7 June 1904

MA HAV E John Holzberger and Son Believed to Have Drowned at Blackduck Lake. BOTH ARE MISSING SINCE SUNDAY NIGHT, Father in Intoxicated Condition When He Left Landing Last Sunday Night. A special telegram to the .Pioneer from Blackduck- today is to the effect that John Holzberger. a homesteader living on Black duck Lake, and his fourteen year-old son are believed to have been drowned in Blackduck lake last Sunday night. Father and son had been in Blackduck Sunday morning, where the parent had come to do some shopping, and late Sunday night left for Blackduck landing in a small boat for their home on the other side of the lake. The man and his son were the oply occupants of the boat and the father, who had been drink ing in Blackduck, is said to have been in an intoxicated condition. Besides some groceries the boat was loaded with several sacks of feed. The lake was very rough when they started across. Neither father nor son have been heard from and the opinion that they have been dr...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 8 June 1904

A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. VOLUME 2. NUMBER 43. NEW IDEA MAGAZINES FOR JULY 5c. Wash Goods Remnants. 5000 yards of Wash Coods Rem Mnants froTO'tho "5c Lawn up """to "the Silky Fabrics at 50c a yard. Thurs day, Friday and Saturday, your choice 5 at a discount of 3313 per cent. Carpet Remnants. 2 Ou entire stock of Carpet Rera nants at 1-2 of the regular price. 2 Carpet Samples. I 25.samples of Velvet Brussels and Axminster Carpets at 2-3 of the regu Jl, lar price. 5 Decorations. JH, Flags, Bunting, Lanterns, Parascls, Fans and Paper, Ladies' Lawn Wrappers. Ladies' Fancy Diminity Wrappers made with yoke of all ovcrlace tinish ed at bottom with 12 inch ruffled flounce price $2.50 WM Ladies'Organdie Wrappers ruined 5 yoke same material as wrapper, 12 j/^ inch flounce at bottom price $2-50 Ladies' lawn wrappers nicely made Price $1.50 2 Wash Goods. flU 10 pieces of Fine Wash (foods, in eluding Eolinno satin stripes, lawns, organdies and mercerized goods regu Wt lar prico from -J to 25...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 8 June 1904

it/ i* $ ili to i to to to to 9 bars Kirk's Satinet. to to ill 12 cakes Bengal Castile to ft ft ft ft ft ft ft I ft J. A, McConkey* Another Talk on SOAPS Contractor and Builder. Can do your Que work and your coarse work, will do it prompt ly and at right prices. SEE US BEFORE YOU UUILD. 1001 Minnesota Avenue. Thos. Smart DRA and BAGGAG E SAFE and PIANO MOVIN A SPECIALTY BEMIDJiMINN. rvvvvvv'vir Mount Mcllick Einliroidoiy, 91011am Mexican Dra wn Work and and TeneritTo Lace a specialty. 2104pm -'rHtfre-ER-0P- Art Embroidery There is no better Soap made., either Toilet or Laundry, flj than that made by the Kirk Soap Co- quote prices: JJ SPECIAL BARGAINS IN SOAPS. (f\ 7 bars Dome, White Russian or Savon Imperial 25q /ft U/ 8 bars Kirk's Cabinet 25c W Toilet Soaps. 6 Duskv Diamond 25c 12 Dai sy Queen 40c 12 Golf 40c 12 White Oatmeal 40c 12 Buttermilk 40c 12 Conco Coco 30c 3 Violet de Parm 20c Jockey Club 20c Lilly of the Valley 20c Shandon Bells 20c Heliotrope 20c i Large cake Juvenile, ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 8 June 1904

tti to tit Or 0/ iii S 0/ Radishes Parsley iii Tomatoes ili ili SPECIAL SALE OF ..Dress Goods, Trimmings.. and Laces. ALSO NEW LINE OF BELTS. AT THE Next Door to Post Office **M*f*f*frfrire^frfrt-**4ir AT The Grill lis ii) FRESH Oranges Lemons CUT FLOWERS Bananas iii Tangerines Pineapples ili iii iii iii Of iii if ili Lettuce Strawberries Cucumbers Young Onions ~~THE CITY^ Cut flowers at the Grill. Men's $5 pants at Gill Bros, only $3.50. Watch the Grill windows for good things to oat. We will frame your pictures while you wait at Naylor's. Game Warden Ellis was at Blachduckon business yesterday. Armstrong & Underwood sene ice cream at all hours of the day and night. Nothing can be better than the bestMark's lung Balsam is the best. A. T. Hatcher, the well known lumberman, came up from Nevis last night. As school has closed the boys must have somethingto play, withsobuy an express wagon at Naylor's. C. A. Eose, of Brainerd, rep resenting the John Gund Brow ing Co., is in the cit...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 8 June 1904

SSr-i- M' MURDERED FOR MONEY Sensational Story Comes From Quiring Postoffice Near Blackduck. FATHER AND GIRL MISSING. STRANGE CIRCUMSTANCES. Young Lady Who Owns Home stead Near Quiring Mysteri ously Disappears. From Quiring postoffice near Blackduck comes a sensational story of the mysterious disap pearance of Miss Aagot Dahl, and her father N. O. Dahl, of Crookston, and the opinon pre vails at Quiring that both have been the victims of a murder perpetrated to secure possession of a sum of money which Mr. Dahl was believed to have on his person. Miss Aagot Dahl took a home stead near Quiring some time ago and has made her home on it. Last winter, her father N. O. Dahl, an aged man, who had for merly resided in Crookston came to spend a few weeks visiting her. The couple were last seen at the homestead on April 3, but since that time nothing has been seen or heard of them. They were supposed to have left on a yisit to Crookston about that time. April 11 some of the neighbors visited ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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