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

rtt'iMiWiiiHiw .'Jsi I 99%&&p* -s^* fv- imWW^"^W^W^^}lWsalpp A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. RUSSIANS NEED GOAL JAP SOMMANDER-IN-CHIEF LOOKS FOR NEXT ENGAGEMENT AT YENTAI COLLIERIES. EXTENDED REPORT ARRIVES AT TOKIO JAPANESE LOSSES NOT YET COM- PLETED BUT IT IS SAID THEY WILL PROVE HEAVY. Tokio. Sept. 7.An extended report from Field Marshal Oyama, the Jap anese commander-in-chief in the field, was received in Tokio during the day and made puhlic. It is largely devoted to a review of the fighting which took place between Aug. 24 and Sept. 4. The announcement (hat the" Russians still retain possession of the Yentai collieries indicates a strong possibility of a battle there. Yentai is the only colliery in Northern Manchuria and its possession is of vital importance to the Russians in connection with the operation of the railroad. Field Marshal Oyama reports that a portion of the Russian troops hold Yingshiuissu, south of Yentai, and that General Kuroki's right is in close touch ...

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 September 1904

0 J. A. McCONKEY Nice things to eat. Take advantage of the low prices. i-gal can Uao's Sublime Lueoo (Olive) Oil. per can $1.8'5 u^ual price, $2.00. 1-qt bottle, usuailv sold for 8oo 7i 1-pt bottle SO This is the finest Olive Oil produced. Sliced Peaches, put up in cordial per can URc Tr our Export Sjrup yts, '4-, 20c can of Peas tor l."c 15c can of Peas. lO ^-ffals, 7 1-ffal, $1.$5 Batavia Canton Pie Ciin^cr, usual price (H)c per jar 50c Pane}- Imported Sardines, always sold for 20c: our price 15o Seeded Kaisin-, per lb lO Imported Sultan a Raisins 20c Bata ia Tomatoes, to cleat up to make room for new l*c Batavi a Corn, for *ame reason l"c 2 for 25c 0 lbs Pear liarlej for 2."c: lbs Tapioc a for Utfe 5 lbs Fine German Saq titic These last three are usually sold 3 lbs for 25c 1 qt jar of either Blackberry, Strawberry or llaspberr Jam. ...*$Oc Thi* is bi bargain Tropical Brand Crystallized Ginger, per ct Yours, for low prices and quick returns. J. A. McCONKEY Phone 233. BEMID JI Real...

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 September 1904

1* I mmm Applet, per peel HHHKHKHVIIHMMMHIIM Closing Out Sale of 30c LADIES' TAILOR-MAD E SUITS, Silk Jackets, and Shirt Waist Suits. Also Our Entire Line of WAISTS. WASH GOODS. CURTAINS. AND MILLINERY. ...BERMA N EMPORIUM.. No\t Door to Postoilice. Watermelons, extra fine, 20c 25c 30c Cantaloupes, 5c Toka} Grapes, per lb 15c A mm tfc III THE CITY Go to Hakkorup for photos Watch for our crockery ad. W G. Schroeder. Chas\ E Albrant returned from Tensti ike this momma Unclo George Wetsol is a visi tor Bemidji today from Ten stiike Why balance on the \cr^o of consumption when Mark's Luns Balsam will cure. A G. Rutled^e, city editor of the Cass Lake Voice, spent yes terday in the ci*"y Rogers Bios lb 17 kni\es and forks, s,3 25 a dozen at A E Winter, the jeweler Harry Bliler left this mornmsr for Kabekona on a cruising trip in the vicinity oL that town. A M. Ciowcll, the Turtle Ri ver attorney, and who icccntly withdrew as a candidate for county attorney, is calling on friend* the city ...

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 September 1904

IP* I ft* & NJ i. '5* 'I I fe' W* S^^-%#ppg AGED PAIR MISSING Mysterious Disappearance Of Couple Two Years Ago Arouses Suspicion. WERE LAST SEEN IN BAUDETTE COUNTRY. Efforts of Relative to Locate Them Have So Far Been Unsuccessful. Crookston, Minn., Sept 7.In terost again has been aroused in Northern Minnesota in the rays terious disappearance of two aged people from Baudette in June, 1D02, by the present ctlorts of their daughter to locate them by means of detectives. It will be remembered by many persons that at that time Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Johnson mysteriously disappeared from the Baudette townsitc. which was then being exploited, and that they could not be found. From that time to this no tiace of the aged couple has been found. Miss Jennie Marie Johnson, who has taught school for the last nine years at Jamestown, N. was in Crookston last ovenng and had just returned from a trip to Baudette She has a cabin near Badger, and while in that part of the state this summer has ...

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. — 12 September 1904

A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. VOLUME 2. NUMBEE 12 SITUATION IS SERIOUS FOREST FIRES RAGING IN PRIN- CIPAL TIMBER SECTIONS OF NORTH CALIFORNIA. CITY OF SANTA CRUZ THREATENED FLAMES SWEEPING EVERYTHING BEFORE THEM FROM MOUN- TAINS TO THE COAST. Sari Francisco, Sept. 12.Forest fires are now raging in many of the principal timber sections in the north ern district of California and in the immediate vicinity of *his city. In the Santa Cruz mountains the situa tion is serious in the extreme and it is believed at present that the state park in the Big basin, which contains some of the finest redwood timber in the state, is doomed. Down the mountains to the coast line the flames are now sweeping everything before themranches and property of all kinds, and it is only hoped that the conflagration may not extend to the city of Santa Cm/.. The fire in Marin county is now cheeked, it is believed, after devastating an area of 14.000 acres. From Tehama, Butte and other points up north come reports...

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. — 12 September 1904

qKv/ h*4 i* ff? Is "t .X 55S5SKSSSSS8SBS* ,^m^^^^W^W^'^^- 0 0 4 fir J* it &t Si- W' ^^#^^^^^0^^^^^^^^^t pr Habtin fr 4 4f *l 't5 *f 4* 4s ft-' J. A. McCONKEY Nice things to eat. Take advantage of the low prices. i-gal can llae'^ Sublime Luceo (Oh\e) Oil. per cau $1.85 UMial price, $2.00. 1-qt bottle, u&ualh sold tor Soc J5o 1-pt bottle This is the finest Olive Oil produced. Sliced Peaches, put up in cordial per can 3 5c Tr\ our Export Syrup qts, 45c Hrals, 75c 1-ffal, $1.35 Tiatavui Canton Pies Ginger, usual price (0c per jar 50c Fancy Imported Sardines, al\\a\s sol for 20c our price 15c Seeded Raisins, per lb lOc Imported Sultana Raisins, iiOo Rata\ ia Tomatoes, to cleai up to make room foi new 15c Batav ia Corn, for same reason, 15c 2 for 25c ti lbs Pearl Rarlej for 25c lbs Tapioca for 25c 5 lbs Fine German Sao 25c These la*.t three are usually *ol 3 lbs for 23c 20c can of I'eas for 15c 15c can of Peas lOc I (it jar of either Blackberry, Strawberry or Raspberry Jam ..3) Th...

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