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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 17 September 1904

i^* i^.iS' mmfomm Prices ate the lowest in Up to Date Merchandise showing of 5 Apples, per peck, 25c Bananas, per dozen 25c Oranges, per dozen 30c Cantaloupes, 2 for 5c Sweet Potatoes, per McCU tr"* THE BERMAN ..EMPORIUM. New Fall Suits Also the most excellent patterns in I Dress Goods and Trimmings Warner Bust-Proof Corsets. S-fc. lb 5c 6 lbs for 20c u/ Get a Carnation with your Duck Dinner tomorrow f at The Grill --33-3-3*3-33-9-3^-33-3-3^-5 3-333 THE CITY Skirt sale at McCuaig's. Go to Hakkerup for photos. Fred Jordan went to Black duck last night. Watch for our crockery ad. W G. Schroeder. F. fc. Seaman of Deer River is registered at the Markham. Nothing can be better than the bestMark's lung Balsam is the best. Wes Wright is erecting a bain upon his farm just west of tlie city. Washington Evergreen black bemes ior sale at ihe Princess Grocery. W II Roberts made a busi ness trip to Blackduck last night returning this morning. Get the National policyitworth covers ALL C. Peo, age...

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 September 1904

-i -i rf:" ?V T..v^ fe ^"Jf^?^?^ vt3g|j5K^^ TROUBLE AT SPOONER NeitherSetof Officers Elecfed at First Election Have Been Seated. ACTION STARTED AGAINST BURT CLARK. Claims Made That Election Was Illegal Because It Was Held In Saloon. The trouble over the first elec tion of the village of Spooner held last spring" has not yet been settled and neither set of officers which were elected at that time have been legalized. Each of the factions have proceeded in regu lar manner, however, in trans acting the business of the village, but the legality of the proceed ings of each of the two bodies is questioned by the other. An action has been started by Attorner General Donahower and Matt Gannon against Bert Clark asking that the Clark contingent be made to show cause why they should not be unseated and the actions of the Gannon council proclaimed official. The order is signed by Judge Spooner and was filed today at the office of the clerk of court. Charles W. Scrutchin, who has acted as Ganno...

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. — 19 September 1904

(|B^BWW"sHBpeilWBriBVMpipi ^w .'s^^^'j^i^^w^^^^r^^^^^^^l^^^ A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. JAPANESE ADVANCIN Moving Toward Mukden From the South on Both Flanks of Russian Army. Czar's Troops in Possession of All the Villages in the Neighborhood. WAR DISPATCHES SUMMARIZED. A Mukden dispatch says that the Japanese are reported to he advancing on both the Russian flanks and that skirmishing is continuous. The same dispatch says that the Russians ara occupying the surrounding villages and that a battle near Mukden is im minent. St. Petersburg, however, still adheres to the belief that no serious engagement is close at hand and says that only outpost affairs are reported. Marshal Oyama reports to Tokio that the Russian cavalry is daily scouting southward. SKIRMISHING IS CONSTANT JAPANESE REPORTED ADVANCING ON BOTH FLANKS OF TH E RUSSIAN POSITION. Mukden, Sept. 19.The Japanese are reported to be advancing on both flanks, from the east, southeast and southwest. The outposts are closely enga...

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. — 19 September 1904

&* & i X. ft itc. ih't $: yyyyyy $ Si ?J. A. McCONKEY Something new, and unheard of prices on groceries Jap Bice, per lb only..... This is not a cheap article, as it is usually sold 3 lbs for 2oc 1-2 gal pail nice Table Syrnp 20c 2gal c ,*& You know what you usually pay. $& Another consignment of Fruits received last night Blue Plums, per crate $1-10 Colorado Eldorado Peaches, per crate 1.10 Not many more this year. gt Pears, in bushel boxes per box 2.50 Ripe Tomatoes, last call per bu 1.25 Large Hubbard Squash each 20 & Grapes, per basket 30 Crab Apples, per peck 50 0 Sweet Potatoes, 7 lbs for 25 White Clover Honey, per cake 20 A large assortment of Tablets to select from to 10c Very Truly Yours, J. A. McCONKEY Phone 233. ll|@@@ C. H. MILES Wholesale Liquor Dealer Agent for Anheuser-Busch Famous St. Louis Beer RlTDWEISlT.il 3 THE"FHULTLESS" I ...STUMP PULLER... Most Simple and Durable Stump Puller on the Market, r1 World's Fair Prize. j| WE S WRIGHT Local Agent....

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. — 19 September 1904

Prices are the lowest in Up to Date Merchandise showing of ^jfjfffifffffifJir^trJrt 25c a* Cantaloupes, 2 for 5c lb mi 111 |i ii i i IIIUIJ i,, i t%?' THE BERMAN ..EMPORIUM. New Fall Suits Also the most excellent patterns in Apples, per peek, Bananas, per dozen 25c Oranges, per dozen Dress Goods and Trimmings Warner Rust-Proof Corsets. 30c lb Sweet Potatoes, per 5c lbs lor 25c lb %b ib ib ib ib lb lb ib ib -S3-333 333^2-3 -S3-5333-5 3-3-5^5^ #$& TheatGrill THECITY Lecture tonight. Go to Hakkerup for photos. School supplies at Peterson's. Cargill is in the city today from Duluth Lecture at the Presbyterian (church tonight. Ray Thomas has accepted a position at O'Leary & Bowser's store. Nothing can be better than the bestMark's lung Balsam is the best. A. Ellingson returned last night from a short business tup to Mcintosh. Big reduction in ladies' and childien's fall underwear. Dcr man Emporium. J. O Johnson returned tlvs afternoon from a visit at St. Thomas, North Dakota. Get...

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. — 19 September 1904

I '.t^ S- A FOU FO MURDE Largest Criminal Calendar in The History of Bel trami County. FOUR MEN HELD O N MURDEB CHARGE. Court Convenes TomorrowNo Work However Until Wednesday. Never in the history of Bel trami county ha\e there been so many criminal cases set for trial at one term as will come beiore the court at the fall term to con vene tomorrow morning, Judge Spooner presiding. Sixteen criminal cases are already set for trial while the work of the grand jury is certain to add a number more, there being four murder charges to be considered by that body as welL as various other matters. There are three cases of as sault, the State against Jones, Leonard and Todd, respectively five cases of larceny, the State against Stengel, Spoerhase, Wil son, McGaffery and Emerson, re spectively and two charges of selling liquor without a license, the State against Gannon and the State against Byrnes, in addi tion Joseph Strubeck is held on the charge of theft, Cuuimmgs for burglary, O'Brien for ...

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. — 20 September 1904

& *fe^ 7 iJ&F?^**$^f& A Pioneer WANT AD:: Will Do It. -& VOLUME 2. NUMBEE 130. SUI FO URG E SMIJAPS LAWYER ASKS $200,000 FOR SERV ICES JN AIDJNG SETTLEMENT OF COAL STRIKE. JOHN MITCHELL IS THE DEFENDANT PLATT,ODELL AND OTHERS. SUB- POENAED AS WITNESSES, FAIL TO APPEAR. Binghampton. N. Y.. Sept. 20.The action brought by I awver A Wales of this city against John Mitchell, president of the United Mine Woikers of America, to recover $200,000 for services in biinging about the settlo ment of the "great anthracite coal strike, came up before Justice L/von at a special term of the supieme court. Assembly man James Rogeis ap peared for Senator Piatt and GoveinOi Odell, who have been subpoenaed as witnesses, and requested that then testimony be taken somewhere be sides in Binghampton. He presents 1 a physician's cei title ate certifying to Senator Piatt's illness and inability to attend the tnal. Mr. Wales said he had no objection to Senatoi Piatt not being present, but said ...

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. — 20 September 1904

Have }TOU ll I. i i i i i i 3 i J. A. McCONKEYi read the prices on different articles of good things to eat we have been quoting? These are extremely low prices: Rice that is usually sold at 10c or lbs for 25c is only 5c per lb at our store. Fancy Jersey Sweet Potatoes, per lb 5c 7 lbs for 25c 1-2 gal pail nice Table Syrup 20c 1 gal 35c 2 You know what you usually pay. Fancy Export Syrup, per qt can 45 l-2galcan 75 1-gal can $1.35 Try one of these can*: we know you will like it. A large assortment of Tablets prices range from Ic-lOc Wednesday afternoon we will have another large consignment of Fruits. Colorado Wild Plums, per bu crate $1.50 rapes, per basket 30 Green Peppers, per dozen 20 Freestone Peaches, per crate 1.10 Fleming Pears are higher a bushel 2.75 Cape Cod Cranberries, 2 qts for 25 Fancy Wealthee Apples, per peck 35 Next week call in and see my display of Dried Fruits, Candies, etc. Very Truly Yours, J. A. McCONKEY Phone 233. @@@@@@@@@@@@@&@@ BEMID JI Real Estate ha...

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. — 20 September 1904

Priccb are the lowest in Up to Date A lei ehand iso showing of E THE BERMAN ..EMPORIUM.. New Fall Suits Also the most excellent patterns in Apples, per peck, 25c Of Bananas, per dozen 25c Oranges, per dozen Dress Goods and Trimmings Warner Rust-Proof Corsets 30c Cantaloupes, 2 for 5c ib Sweet Potatoes, per 5c lbs for 25c TheatGrill -a-ri-J-333-233-332-33-3-334-3 -3-533 THE CITY Go to Hakkerup for photos. School supplies at Peterson's. Re\ Clark went to Blackduck last night Fruit for the table or the sick room Peterson, Alfonse Crawford is transact ing business at Tenstuke Nothing can be better than the bestMark's lung Balsam is the best. Deputy Sheriff John Bailey went to Blackduck last night on official business Big reduction in ladies' and children's tall underwear Ber man Emporium J. J. Conger returned to Ten strike last night atter a visit in the city with his wife Got th^ National policyit covers ALL Peo, agent, office at Brink man hotel. E. Jerrard loft for Walker this morning...

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. — 20 September 1904

BIG VOTE IS CAST Indications That There Will be a Record Breaking Vote in City. ALL THE CANDIDATES ARE CON- FIDENT. Ladies Will Cast Nearly One Hundred and Fifty Votes. At four o'clock 275 votes had been cast in the First ward and 205 in the Second ward, making a total of 480 for the city. The ladies had cast 110 votes at that hour. Notwithstanding the inten sity of the tight, Bemid]i has been quieter today than for many elections past. A big vote has been polled but it has been a si* lent vote. All the candidates profess to be confident. The hottest tight of the day and the one which has absorbed the general interest has been that for county attorney. Outside of the candidates them selves and their immediate work ers there is a tendency to con cede Mr. Gibbons between forty and fifty per cent of the vote in the city and about thirty per cent of the vote at Nymore. II his strength proves as great as this his election is certain. Estimates of the total vote in Bemidji and Nymore vary...

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. — 22 September 1904

A Pioneer W A N A Will Do It. PRESRING O NORT Advance Detachments Locating Strength and Disposition of the Russians. Oyama Again Endeavoring Flank Kuropatkin From the Eastward. CHECK TURNING MOVEMENT. Russians Repulse a Small Force of Japanese. St. Petersburg, Sept. 22.General Kuropatkin, telegraphing under Tues day's date, declares that the situation at the front is unchanged. He de scribes an outpost fight Tuesday at Da pass, half way between Bentsiap utze and Sintsintin. A Japanese force, consisting of four companies, marched up from Dziantchan, twenty-three miles northeast of Saimadzi, and tried to capture the pass and turn the Rus sian left flank, but the Russians re pulsed the attack and the turning movement was checked by Russian cavalry, supported by machine guns. The receipt of the news at Tokio of the march of the Japanese from Dzi antchan was the probable origin of the rumor that Kuroki had crossed the Hun river, which runs twenty miles north of Da pass. The most reliable...

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. — 22 September 1904

lymHiiiHiiimMmni -m. I 9** &* S 4 4 4 4 4 4 IMini^minymm) j*?- *'^^^i*-"' ^^^^P^sf^^M^wp-||i^^*.^^^ ?J. A. McCONKEY Have you read the prices on different articles of good tilings to eat we have been quoting? These are extremely low prices: Rice that is usually sold at 10c or 3 lbs for 25c is only 5c per lb at our store. Fancy Jersev Sweet Potatoes, per lb 5c 7 lbs for 25c 1-2 o-al pail nice Table Svrup 20c 1 OYII 35c 2 gal 70c You know what you usually pay. Fancy Export Syrup, per qt can 45 l-2gal can 75 1-g^ ^n Try one of those cans: we know you will like it. A large assortment of Tablets prices range from lc-lOc Wednesday afternoon we will have another large consignment of Fruits. Colorado Wild Plums, per bu crate $1.50 Grapes, per basket 30 reen Peppers, per dozen 20 Freestone Peaches, per crate 1.10 Fleming Pears are higher a bushel 2.75 Cape Cod Cranberries, 2 qts for 25 Fancy Wealthee Apples, per peck 35 Next week call in and see my display of Dried Fruits, Candies, etc. V...

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. — 22 September 1904

i^" t, i| i ff $ in -,y HI, i Apples, per peck, 25c Bananas, per dozen 25c Oranges, per dozen 30c Cantaloupes, 2 for 5c Sweet Potatoes, per 6 lbs for 25c W at The Grill -*-m -333 -S-3-J -3^-9 -53-3 -354 -5 S-J-S-5-5^ ^rr- AAAA T~ y-sy' 1 1 I *^^^v^^^^5^j^^^^^s^^^P this opportunity to inspect the best displayed stock in Northern Minnesota. lb 5c T*vwvvv*rv'Twrw'*'V'rv'vvv'rv*iL McCUAIG' S QUEEN QUALITY SHOES for ladies are the best We have a complete line. Dress GoodsSee them before making your purchases Dress TrimmingsAll new and up-to-date for fall RibbonsIn this department we are showing an elegant line, and prices are right. OutingsWe have a complete line from 5c up Ladies' UnderwearAll sizes and all kinds Groceries Always in the lead. Opened Evenings. Yours for Bargains, WM. McCUAIG WM. McCUAIG AAAA A A *p\~* **PM FALU Millinery enmg we wil1 15he Herman mpormm Next Door to Post Office. THE CITY Go to Hakkerup for photos E E Warren of Cass Luke spent the day in Bemidji. Our annua...

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. — 22 September 1904

MANY ARE MISSING Returns Coming in Very Slowly30 Out of 46 Precincts In. HARRIS LEADING FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS. Results of the Legislative Can vass is in DoubtVote Very Close. At three o'clock today there were some sixteen precincts still unreported with the vote very close in several cases. Yesterday it was believed %that Simons had been re elected re presentative by fair majority. Advices received from Red Lake at 3 30 this afternoon, however, gave Simons but 100 majority in that county while Mayland's majority in Clearwater also lacks but a few votes of being an even hundred. At 3 o'clock today 29 precincts in this county out of 40, gave Simons 727, Mayland 719. Thus it appears that the vote of Beltrami county will de cide the contest, the chances favoring Simons. The contest for county attorney and for register of deeds contin ues to excite the keenest inter est. Thirty four precincts give Loud a lead of 110 with JPunkley closely behind Gibbons. The re tarns from Beaudette and Sp...

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. — 23 September 1904

PWH pppwnapa :w^^^^^^iw^^-y&^^^^^^w^^^ A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. VOLUxME 2. NUMBEB 133. BATTL E IS IMMINEN Indications Point to a General Engagement Southeast of Mukden. Japs Fail to Capture Pass Owing to Stubborn Resistence of the Russians. WAR DISPATCHES SUMMARIZED. All advices indicate that another en gagement between Kmopatkin's arm3r and Oyama's forces is not far distant. The Japanese outposts Wednesday at tempted to take Kaoutou pass, uhich commands the load to Fushurv out we/e stubbornly lesisted. The Russians aie repoited to be holding all the passes of the Da lange and severe naming is piedicted betoie the Japanese leach the Him river. Dispatches to St. Peteisburg say that Oyama's advance is still thntj miles south and southeast ot Fushmi, where it seems piobable the next en gagement in iorce will occur. BATTLE HOURLY EXPECTED RUSSIANS AND JAPANESE WILL CLASH THIRTY MILES EAST OF MUKDEN. Mukden, Sept. 23 A battle is hour ly expected to occur the vicinity or Fusliun,...

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. — 23 September 1904

yiii,MiiiM miiiiipi|liMiilMipaBBMMAjWM r. fAV~ (T i-*^si&i&&'Z diaMiaaril wwp4p J. A. McCONKEY Have you read the prices on different articles of good things to eat we have been quoting? These are extremely low prices: Rice that is usually sold at 10c or 3 lbs for 25c is only 5 per lb at our store. Fancy Jersey Sweet Potatoes, per lb 5c 7 lbs for 25c 1-2 gal pail nice Table Svrup 20c 1 gal 35c 2 gal 70c You know what you uually pay. Fancy Export Syrup, per qt can 45 l-2galcan 75 1-gal can S1.35 Try ono of these cans: we know you will like it. A large assortment of Tablets prices range from Ic-lOc Wednesday afternoon we will have another large consignment of Fruits. Colorado Wild Plums, per bu crate $1.50 Grapes, per basket 30 Green Peppers, per dozen 20 Freestone Peaches, per crate 1.10 Fleming Pears are higher a bushel 2.75 Cape Cod Cranberries, 2 qts for 25 Fancy Wealthee Apples, per peck 35 Next week call in and see my display of Dried Fruits, Candies, etc. Very Truly ...

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