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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 16 June 1904

A Pioneer WANT AID Will Do It. to VOLUME 2. NUMBER 50. ANOTHER RAID MADE Russian Vladivostok Squadron Suddenly Appears in Korean Straits. Japanese Warships Are Hurrying to Give Battle to the Enemy's Fleet. Tokio, June If!.--Ttor.-r'.. ci cannon ading have been received here from various points, such as Chikuzen prov ince, Oki island and Tznzhlma. but the exact nature of the ODeratio"= 0/ to to Men's j}j Shirts. jtf? For a half W. dollar we sell to \li a nice, light I colored nog to \il ligee Shirt to to to to to to Gy^-^flgSE KuTsian" VLnmvp?l(7k .nK52iJi-.-ii---uat 'disclosed. It is possible th:a the Rus sian vessels surprised and captured three transports which left Shitnono Beki during the day for the army ba ies In Korea and China. The coarse of these vessels would take them close to the place where the Russian ships were seen. It is possible ai'so that the Russians are pursuing meiviiaatinen and the cannonading reported is a u sult of such pursuit'. The Japanese warships in the...

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. — 16 June 1904

iii Hit iii ft ill Phone $f 233 4 Paper Hanging, vr. *.***fcfcfceeSS&S%: J. A. McCojikey. r~ i|i Bulk Olives, well worth GOc you can have them at 40c (fl \|f These are very nice. (f) it/ W i Have you tried .the Glaco Maraschino Ch.err.iea? These (ft "i|jl* are extra fancy per box 60c. $ \if Tropical brand Crystallized Ginger, per box 25c (fl Very large glass jars of either Raspberry or Straw-- fll \if berry jam, only 30 per jar. None so poor but (fl ill what they can afford this. (fl |||l Fancy New York Cheese, per lb only 15c (f Jtf The largest and most complete line of Crockery, Glass- fl\ i|/ ware and Lamps in Bemidji. Prices are marked f}\ ft in plain figures and very close. (f* lljl Large, oval cans Kippered Herring or Brook Trout 2 5c (fl Of fl ft Maple Sugar that I know to be absolutely pure,. per fl\ ft brick 20c. $ ft Take in some of those Preserves that are sugared a lit- ?f ft tie before I send them back. I make the same t|/ price I get to return them. (f? Yours Very ...

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. — 16 June 1904

ft Hit ili at 14/ to & to to Hi it) Lemons Bananas it/ 1 b__ $ SPECIAL SALE OF ..Dress Goods, Trimmings.. and Laces. The Gril Hi M* H, Tangerines u- \H Hi Hi Hi HI Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi HI Hi ALSO NEW LINE OF BELTS. AT THE Berman Emporium Next Door to Post Office: f-**M*e-.S*S-fr*S-*frSrMr*S-S-j AT FRESH CUT FLOWERS IK Oranges Pineapples/ Lettuce Strawberries Radishes Parsley Tomatoes HI Hi H, Hi HI Cucumbers Young Onions 5 32 -5-5 3 3 i a &ai:i i^sm-i s.-s THE CITY Qlosing-out sale on refrigera tors at Naylot's. J. L. Dale of Turtle River is a i.-i'iui-iji visitor today. Genuine Louwelsa Weller ware for sale only by A. HI. Winter. Sheriff Bailey retpiTneti fl Is morning from a business tti (o Crookston. No'tlfing can be better than tliB bestMark's lung Balsam is the best. Howard Bailey, who has boon quite ill for several days is t tiug ajong very nicely. This week only, refrigerate! and book cases at 15 per cent off at Naylor's. Armstrong & Underwood serve ice cream at a...

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. — 16 June 1904

TO BUILD ELEVATOR Stock Company of Substan tial Business Men to Build One In Bernidji. SITE WILL BE ON GREAT NORTH ERNMGHT OF WAY Will Be Thoroughly Equipped Throughout and Will Cost Completed, $5000. The announcement is made that an.elevator and grain clean-, ing house will be built in this city in the very near future. Ar rangements have been made for a site on the Great Northern right of way and the project will represent completed an invest ment of $5000. The promoters are E. H. Smith, western representative of the American Linceed Co,. Jewell & Webb, of Duluth and Glyndon, grain and hay dealers and a number of other gentlemen con nected with Duluth grain and wholesale interests. Work on the plant, which'will bo the first in Bemidji and one of the first in this vicinity will be begun in the very near future. The elevator will be equipped with an oats cleaning machine, automatic sackers and a complete feed mill. It will make a spec ialty of mixing and will job feed, flour and...

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. — 17 June 1904

A Pioneer WANT Will Do AD it. it/ ft Men's Shirts. ft For a half W. dollar wesell ft \b a nice, light H: colored neg ft \$l ligee Shirt. ft ft ft $ m^mss VOLUME 2. NUMBER 51. BEMIDJI. MINNESOTA. Thursdayf $ Friday and ..BARGAINS.. Men's Tan Shoes. Our entire stock of Men's Tan Shoes, (Douglas ft stamp $4), for ft Men's Suits. The heavy selling in our Clothing Department the jjjj Hf past month has broken the sizes in a great many nuin- ft ft hers. We have taken from stock all numbers, where ft ft there were but..from.jjnj?_La:three suits left, siuts_up_M- ft ft ft to $18 and will offer them Thursday, Friday and Sat- jfj unlay at $10.00 a suit, ft ft ft ft ft ft ft For Little Boys. Buster Suits, Collars, Patent if/ Leather Oxfords5-and-Buster Belts and -ft Ties. ft ft ft ft ft ft Bathing Suits. We have Bathing Suits everyone prices from 15c to $3.50 tt B BEMIDJI to ft Saturday ft ft ft ft ft ft $2.95 ft ft a pair. Our entire stock/ft of French Enan/- ft el Shoes (Dot/g- ft las stamp $...

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. — 17 June 1904

i)/ U/ ft ft $ ft Phone ii/ 233. J. A. McConkey. Bulk Olives, well worth 60c you can have them at 40c f$ yfr These are very nice. (fl Have you tried the Glaco Maraschino Cherries? These /f\ |ty are extra fancy per box 60c $ i)/ Tropical brand Crystallized Ginger, per box 25c (ft tfc (ft Very large glass jars of either Raspberry or Straw- (ft \Hf berry jam, only 30 per jar. None so poor .but (ft lli what they can afford this. (ft ifcjr Fancy New York Cheese, per lb only 15c (ft it/ The largest and most complete line of Crockery, Glass- (ft i|/f ware and Lamps in Bemidji. PricesaTe marked (ft \|i in plain figures and Very close. (ft & ||jf Large, oval cans Kippered Herring or Brook Trout 25 (ft ft Maple Sugar that I know to be absolutely pure, per (ft ft brick'20c. (ft ft $ ft Take in some of those Preserves that are sugared a lit- (ft ft tie before I send them back. I make the same (ft ft price I get to return them. (ft Yours Very Truly, J. A. HOFF, Painter and Decorator. Paper H...

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. — 17 June 1904

ill Herman ill to a, (it a id iii 3 DR. FOSTE DENTIST MILES BLOCK. Ladies1 SPECIAL SALE OF ..Dress Goods, Trimmings.. and Laces. ALSO NEW LINE O BELTS. Finest equipped Or 1 ..Restaurant. in the city. iii A o/ti'arf/i." ~THE CITY~ Go to Hakkerup for photos. Closing-out sale on refrigera tors at Naylor's,. George Lydick is in the city from Cass Lake today. Genuine Louwelsa Weller ware for sale only by A. E. Winter. Fred Gimmet, of Cass Lake, is quite ill at St. Anthony's hospitn I Nothing can be better than the bestMark's lung Balsam is the best. J. D. McDonald was a Ten strike visitor on business last night. This week only, refrigerators and book cases at 15 per cent off at Nay lor's. Mrs. J. A. Hoff left yesterday for a short visit with relatives at River Palls, Wis. To complete the neatness of your home you need some of that genuine Louwelsa Weller war,1. A. B. Winior. Clerk of Court Fred Rhoda is expected home the first of next week from a visit to the St. Louis Exposition. Cuspid...

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. — 17 June 1904

NARKHAM HOTEL SOLD J. M. Markham Will Close "DealFor Purchase of House Tomorrow, F. P. HANNIFIN TO RETIRE FROM BUSSINESS. Mr. Markham Will Assume Charge At Once and Deal Will Re Complete Tomorrow. The sale of the ty,arkham hotel in this city by P. P. Hannifin the preseufc owner, to J. M. Mark ham who built the house and for merly conducted it is announced today. The transfer will not be completed until tomorrow but an agreement has been reached and all the details will be adjusted as soon as possible. F. P. Hannifin, who came to the city last October and pur chased the house will retire from business in Bemidji for the pres ent. His plans for ther future are not yet decided and while he may go to the Pacific coast to make his home he has not yet definitely decided to leave Bemidji. Mr. Hannifin is a capable busi ness man and since coming to Be midji has made many friends who will be pleased to learn of his fu ture success in anything that he may desire to undertake. He did not bring...

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. — 18 June 1904

A Pioneer WANT Will Do AD it. 5HVOLUME 2. NUMBER 52. to to to ligee Shirt III to to to to to to to to to-$1-8 ami will iirclay at to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to BEMIDJI. MINNESOTA, $ Thursday, to Friday and BARGAINS Men's Tan Shoes. "entire""slock of'Men's Tan Shoes, stamr Men's Suits. The heavy selling in our Clothing Department the ft past month has hers. We irolcen the sizes in a great mmy* mini- ft have taken from stock all numbers, where to to there were but from one to three suits left, in suits up to to For Little Boys. Buster Suits, Eton Collars. Patent Leather Oxfords, and Buster Belts and Ties. I'l'er them Thursday, Friday and Sat-- $10.00 Bathing Suits. We have Bathing Suits to everyone prices from 15c to $5.50 is--^5^ .-2? ."ST5 *s T5^ -*5 ST sr C-sr r ar ar at to to to $ Saturday!! to to to to to to to to to Douglas $ I), for to tsp_ to Our entire stock to of French Enam- to el Shoes (Doug- to las stamp $5.) at to to to to a suit, to to to ttWDM.r...

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. — 18 June 1904

to to to to to' fcS'S&S$S&&S&S% J. A. McConkey Xb Bulk Olives, well worth 00c you can have them at 40 (ft i|ji These are very nice. $ to 2J Xb Have you tried the Glaco Maraschino Cherries? Tliese /ft \Hf are extra fancy per box 60c. (ft Tropical brand Crystallized Giuger, per box 25c (ft $ Very large glass jars of either Raspberry Straw- (ft i|i berry jam, only 30c per jar. None so poor but (ft \b what they can afford this, (ft to 2J to Fancy New York Cheese, per lb only I5c (ft to ||j The largest and most complete line of Crockery, Glass- (ft if/ ware and Lamps in Bemidji. Prices are marked (ft \|j in plain figures and verv close. (ft $ \|jr Large, oval cans Kippered Herring or Brook Trout 25c (ft to 2 4I Maple Sugar that 1 know to be absolutely pure, per (ft \Hf brick 20c. W to Take in some of those Preserves that are sugared a lit- (ft (1/ tie before 1 send them back. I make the same (ft \|yf price 1 get to return them. (ft to Yours Very Truly, j|j} $ J. A. McCONK...

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. — 18 June 1904

tt) ill 0/ to to Mi to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to jteeeefefe^eeeeeeeefe*! SPECIAL SALE OF $ ..Dress Goods, Trimmings., and Laces. ALSO NEW LINE OF BELTS. AT THE I Berman Emporium I Next Door to Post Office *t* tttfrfrttttfc The Grill Finest equipped' ..Restaurant.. in the city. 'Best Cap of Coffee on Earth." "THE CITY" Closing-out sale on refrigera tors at Naylor's. S. D. Works was in the city last night, from Nary Genuine Louwelsa Weller ware for sale only by A. E. Winter. Nothing can be better than the bestMark's lung Balsam is the best. Chas. Fisk is at St. Cloud wind ing up his connection with the S. A. Gray Co. as bookkeeper. F.N.Lang is at Nary today. Mr. Lang went down to pay a visit to the handle factoryr This week only, refrigerators and book cases at 15 per cent off at Naylor's. Ed Warren was up from Cass Lake last night for a short visit with Bemidji friends. To complete the neatness of your home you nee...

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. — 18 June 1904

REWARD IS OFFERED Reward Offered.For Recovery of Dahls, Who Disap peared From Quiring. MURDER THEORY NOW ONLY ONE ENTERTAINED. Another Exhaustive Search Country Near Quiring De velops Nothing New. O. C. Rood and C. C. Strander, of Crookston, are in the city to day returning to their homes from a visit to Quiring postoffice, where they have been to organ ize searching parties to continue the search for N. O. Dahl and his daughter, Miss Aagot, who have disappeared from their home stead near Quiring quite as com pletely as if the earlh had opened up and swallowed thorn. Another thorough and ex haustive search of the surround ing country has just been brought to an end and has developed ab solutely nothing new. During all of the present week searching parties have been in the woods. They have scoured the entire country even more carefully tlKin before, but there is absolutely no trace of the missing man and his daughter. The relatives of the unfortu nate pair now believe them dead and a...

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