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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 12 September 1904
showing of Watermelons, extra fine, Cantaloupes, 5c Apples, per peck, 30c mm at- The Grill ^T'TTrTTy^ T?*f '&? 1 ^"W^'"3?^J^t""5^^|^^ jjp -s*aw$.~i* Priceb are the lowest in to Date Merchandise THE BERMAN ..EMPORIUM. New Fall Suits Also the most excellent patterns in Dress Goods and Trimmings Warner Rust-Proof Corsets. 20c, 25c, 30c I Tokay Grapes, per lb 15c I 4* -*-i*3 ^53 333 333 33333^ 33333^ THE CITY Go to Hakkerup for photos. C. Johnson was in the city yes terday Irom Blackduck. J. Pemble and John Walton of Punkley Sundayed in Be midii. Nothing can be better than the bestMark's lung Balsam is the best. Evan Carson returned this morning from a short visit at Northome. Miss Pansy Geil has accepted a position as teacher of the Grant Valley school. Rogers Bros. 1S47 knives and forks, ,3.2 a dozen at A. E Winter, the jeweler H. Insralls, a verterinary sur geon of Hibbing transacted busi ness the city yesterday. Get the National policyit covers ALL C. Peo, agent, office at Brmkm...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 12 September 1904
i 'imMWUMMI f$s$$%WZ?'WZ ^p-XfT ^^f^^^i^s^ READ FO BUSINESS The Bemidji Elevator Com pany will Begin Business in a Few Days. ELEVATOR AN MAMMOT WAREHOUSE ABOUT READY. A Feed Mill Will Be Put in at Once and a Resident Mana ger Will be Installed, The Bemidji Elevator Company will be ready to do business with in a week or ten days. The new elevator and warehouse on the Minnesota & International right of way are now practically com plete and a resident manager is expected to arrive to take charge some time this week or the first ot next. The gentlemen who have the enterprise in hand are Duluth men with ample capital at their command. They have carefully looked over the*" field and beheye that Bemidji is an advantageous point for such a business. Mr. E Smith, one of the incorporators of the con cern was in the city yesterday to inspect the progress made on the buildings and to arrange for the immediate opening of the business. To a Pioneer repre sentative Mr. Smith said "I came up he...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 16 September 1904
i A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. VOLUME 2. NUMBER 127 N O BATTLE IMMINENT Next Engagement in Manchuria Not Likely to Occur For Several Weeks. Japanese Making Careful Prepar ations For a Further Ad vance Northward. WAR DISPATCHES SUMMARIZED. All advices from the Far East indi cate that another battle is not im minent, but that the Japanese are carefully preparing for a further ad vance northward. They are preparing to send a large force up the Liao river to Tie pass by boats, while small de tachments are moving north of the Taitse river daily. A dispatch from Mukden says that the Japanese pre liminary movements wilt probably oc cupy a month. There are no official reports from St. Petersburg, but Marshal Oyama re ports that the positions of the Rus sians around Mukden are unchanged. General Stoessel reports that the Japanese continue to bombard Port Arthur and are actively constructing fortifications on the positions they have occupied. PROCLAMATION TO RUSSIANS JAPANESE DEMAND THE SURR...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 16 September 1904
i i i i i i i I J. A. McCONKEYs New Prices on Good Things to Eat: Fancy Jersey Sweet Potatoes. per peck J55c 7 lbs !2*" Fancy Transcendent Apples., Fancy Wealthy Applet per peck 50c Wednesday afternoon I will have Fancy Concord Grapes per crate $1.2t' per babket JJOe Fancy Colorado Alberta Fancy Cape Cod Cranberries Peaches, per crate *Bl.J5* 2 qts for U" Ripe Tomatoes Fancy Blue Plums per bu $1S2X Remember us when in want of any of the following Fine German Sago per lb 5c or 6 for ii5c per lb 5c, or for 25c Pearl Tapioca Pearl Barley per lb 5c: or 6 for ii5c These last three are usually sold 3 lbs for 25c W are making a special drive on Fancy Lampsw have a large assortment to select from Also a large line of Toil et Sets in fact, our Crockery and Glassware line is the larg est to be found in the city and prices are as close as we can make them. Very Truly Yours, J. A. McCONKEY Phone 233. C. H. MILES Wholesale Liquor Dealer Agent for Anheuser-Busch Famous St. Louis Beer RI7DWEISITR ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 16 September 1904
Prices are the lowest in Up to Date Merchandise showing O Jj Watermelons, extra fine, I 20c, 25c, 30cI Cantaloupes, 5c Apples, per peck, 30c at- The Grill THEj:jTY Skirt sale at McCuaigX Go to Hakkorup for photos. Pear tomatoes at the Princess. Father Murphy went to North orae last night Halvor Halvorson of Blackduck is a Bemidji visitor today McDonald left last niht for a business tiip up the lme. Nothing can be better than the bestMark's lung Balsam is the best J. W. Irwin left this morning tor Duluth, Brainerd and the Twin Cities Washington Evergreen black berries for sale at the Princess Grocery. Miss Alice Cook of Duluth is in thp city guest ol Mr. and Mrs. H. E Reynolds. Get the National policyit covers ALL 0 Peo, agent, office at Uiinkman hotel Miss [I Darwin returned last night to her home near Northerne where she owns a homestead There is no lever so powerful as plain and simple factsMark's Lung Balsam will cure your cough. Ben Schneider of Iron Ruer, Wis., is the city look...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 16 September 1904
iPBPilffll TAKES SHOT AT NEIGHBOR Farmer in Town of Port Hope Thinks He Owns Road And Trouble Ensues. PLANTED CLOVER O N HIS HALF OF THE ROAD. And When Neighbor Tried To Travel on Highway He Drives Him Away. The town of Port Hope, which has been replete with stories of trouble oi' road building, has just had another experience in the same line and as a result one ot the citizens ol the town was brought to Bemidji this morning and appeared belore Judge Pen dergast on a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon. He was dismissed, however, upon promising that his actions in the future should be that of a peace loving citizen, and those who swore out the warrant against him helped to pay the costs. The trouble arose over a road which runs between the lands ol the two farmers who live near Buena Vista. Each of the neigh bors contributed one-half of the road from the land which they owned and everything went along smoothly until this spriiisr, when one sowed clover on the half which he ha...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 17 September 1904
-4 jiiiiijiiiimniiiiiHjtuiitiuiiwiii i, i juiniii|iii ijjj|ij A Pioneer WANT Will Do It. GENERAL STRIKE 11 4 ITALY SOCIALISTS ORDER SUSPENSION OF WORK THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. Rome, Sept. 17.To protest against a conflict between strikers and the police in which two strikers, a Sa dinian and a Sicilian, were killed the socialists have decided on a general strike throughout Italy, which began during the day at Milan and threaten. to spread through the whole peninsula. The government has taken extraor dinary measures to suppress the st-ike and has stopped all telegrams refer ring to it. FOREST FIRES CONTINUE. Only Heavy Rain Will Quench Mon tana Blaze. Anaconda, Mont., Sept. 17.The for est fires that have been burning for the past four clays on the mountains west of this city are still raging. Nothing but heavy rains can save the valuable timber and piles of cord wood in the path of the flames and there appears to be no likelihood of a shower. FLORIDA FEUD RENEWED. Two Men Reported Kill...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 17 September 1904
5" ft 1 fijal 2 eal *& i I! 0@@ J. A. McCONKEY Something new, and unheard of prices on groceries Jap Rice, per lb only 5c This is not a cheap article, as it is usually sold ,'J lba for 25c 1-2 gal pail nice Table Syrup 20c 35c 70c You know what jou usually pay. Another consignment of Fruits received last night Blueberries, per crate $1.10 Colorado Eldorado Peaches, per crate 1.10 Not many inoie this year. Pears, in bushel boxes per box 2.50 Pipe Tomatoes, last call per bu 1.25 Large Hubbard Squash each 20 Grapes, per basket 30 Crab Apples, per peck 50 Sweet Potatoes, 7 lbs for 25 White Clover Hone}', per cake 20 A large assortment of Tablets to select from 1c to 10c Very Truly Yours, J. A. McCONKEY Phone 233. lyiMii C. H. MILES Wholesale Liquor Dealer Agent for Anheuser-Busch Famous St. Louis Beer RITDWEISITR wmmmmmm THE"FHULTLESS" ...STUMP PULLER... i Most Simple and Durable Stump Puller on the Market. 9 World's Fair Prize. C. W. Hastings, President. 4 mam WE S WRIGHT, Local Ag...