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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 22 October 1904

Celor\ in Bunches Sweet Relish Stiawbem ^heibft Cafe Noil ^H^ft^ef^f^^tftttttrH The Grill Or N. Y. CONCORD GRAPES i5c a basket BANANAS 2()c and 25c a do/en ORANGES 3*c a do/en APPLES 30c a peck. THE CITY Mass Meeting tonight! Go to Hakkerup for photos. Nothing better than a Sunday dinner at the Grill. Good things to eat at the Model Bakery. Phone 125. Before buying flour call up A. M. Pierce and get his pi ices. Pillsbury's Best flour S3 25 per hundred at Schroeder's store. Cream puffs 25c per dozen at the Model Bakery, Saturday. Phone 125, Get one of those famous Sun dav dinners at the Grill tomor row. Try the Model Bakery's cakes. Wedding and party cakes to ciadded der. Phone 125. FYFS. -Br- C. J. Larson, the Ji THE GRILL.. Special 35c Dinner, 12:30 to 3:00 Sunday, October 22. MENU. New York Counts, Chipped Ice ""eye specialist will be in Bemidji Oct. 22 and 23, Sat uaday and Sunday. All who have trouble with their eyes or need glasses should counsulhim while WM. McCUAIG A A TancA...

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 October 1904

I &r CAL MASS MEETIN Business Men's Club Calls a Mass Meeting at Court House for Tonight. TO CONSIDER MATTER OF RED LAKE RAILROAD. Final Steps Toward Securing the Road Will Be Taken Tonight. The Business Men's club last evening decided to call a mass meeting of the citizens of Bemidji for tonight to take the final steps toward securing the extension of the Red Lake railroad to this city. The meeting will be held at the court house at 8 30 and every man who has any interest whatever in Bemidji should be there. The meeting of the Business Men's club last evening at the club rooms called out the largest attendance for some time. The status of the proposition to build the Red Lake road to Bemidji was discussed at length. The committee of the club appointed to go to St. Paul and confer with the officials of the Red Lake road and the Great Northern officials made their report, as published in these columns some time since, to the effect that connection can be made with the Great North...

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. — 24 October 1904

1 -v^^ ""&* '"^^^'^-^f^ ""P^s^f Tf)^ A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. fl Black Gat Hose. We are showing them in Men's Women's and PfecRfdJ Children's, wool or cot- &anfl ton. Price 25 to 50 cents. "Fit Well-Wear Well" Trousers W admit that there are custom tailors producing trousers that look as well as the new "R. C& W." styles we are offering. There are no better trimmings, labor, style or fit in made-to-measure goods. You have the ad vantage with our garments of seeing just how they look orfitmade up the foremost trouser makers in America guarantee every pair, so do we. Our prices suit your needs, about as important a point as any, after quality. \15he r^5cM ''._" ','-'~-'\!,o TRIPIE KNK IfATHERSTOCKlNg KErfosiiiV. HA KE BLACK CAT BRAND Chicago-Rockford Hosier/ Co. KENOSHA, WIS. Men's R& W $6 to $7 Trousers, for We Cash Mill Checks Don't Fail to see our glass ware assortment. Choice of any article 10 cents. IIIiHIM Eflailllll ale!: The Big ..CLOSING OU SALE.. still c...

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. — 24 October 1904

iK S ^HOTKpqKiKiHigl^fcMtaMaMatoiaM^^^ i i 2 J. A. McCONKEY C. W. Hastings, President. Do you know we think it is to the ad vantage of everyone to trade at our store? It makes no difference if you are posted or not, each and every one pays the same price. Our aim is to sell close, but we do not pretend to sell at cost. Note these low prices: 7 lbs Best Sweet Potatoes .-.25c 8 lbs Crushed Oat Meal 25c 6 lbb Rolled Avena 25c 6 lbs Pearl Barley 25c 6 lbs Pearl Tapioca 25c 6 lbs Fine German Sago 25c 9 bars Kirk's Satinet Soap 25c 8 bars Kirk's Cabinet Soap 25c 7 bars Kirk's Dome, Savon, Imperial or White Russian Seap 25c Full Sized Basket Grapes 25c Best Uncolored Tea Dust, 15c per lb., or 2 for. .25c A 40c Tea for 30c, or 3i lbs for $ 1 Fancy Table Syrup, per 1 gallon pail 35c per 2 70c peri New Corn, good standard quality, only 10c Yours for Close Prices V a.nd Big Trade J. A. McCONKEY S ***ttmr^Phone'2 33 Most Simple and Durable Stump Puller on the Market. World's Fair Prize. WES WRI...

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. — 24 October 1904

39c a JJJ One lot all wrool 3000 yards best 12c suiting at 8c. JS| 500 ards best 7e suiting at 4c tog 400 yards best flanelette, newest designs, for rimonas 2 5 and house dresses, at 8c. 9 THE CITY Go to Hakkerup for photos. Good things to eat at the Model Bakery. Phone 125. R. Shumaker of Cass Lake spent yesterday in the city. Pillsbury's Best flour $3 25 per hundred at Schroeder's store. Anton Erickson came up from Rosby yesterday on a business mission. Mr and Mrs T. Wonzor re turned this morning from a visit at Turtle River. S. C. Bagley, veteran logger and railroad contractor, is spend ing a day or two in the city on business. A representatiye of the S C. Jackson company is from Tcn strike this morning to pay into the county treasury the com- DreSS GOOdS *tf One lot Broisde mohair 40 inches wide, regular low price Thursday $1.50. 35c, sale price 17c. One ^o -One lot silk, plain colors, while it lasts per yard 15c. ....e 2 One lot 36 inch China silk, per yard 40c. Table linens, t...

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. — 24 October 1904

S I fffc Jiftga ROUSING MEETING ,*i* I Mass Meeting Saturday Ev ening Largely Attended By Citizens of City. RESOLUTIONS PLEDGING SUP PORT FOR RAILWAY. Memorial to Common Council Largely SignedEvery- body "Boosting", The mass meeting at the court house Saturday evening called out a large attendance the court room being comfortably filled. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Ludmgton and Attor-^ ney L. H. Bailey was called upon* to "outline the Red Lake railway proposition, as it is up to the city. Mr. Bailey responded with an energetic address pointing out the benefits to be derived by the city from the road and the need of immediate unanimous action. Mr Bailey's remarks were freely applauded Mr. Stoner gave a brief description of the work as it has thus far proceeded and de tailed what the city is expected to do in the matter. A resolution was thereupon offered by Jay Reynolds pledging the moral sup port of the citizens of the city to the common council in whateyer action they ...

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. — 25 October 1904

mm*&pm&a*m*mgm A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. Black Cat Hose. We are showing them in Men's Women's and Children's, wool or cot ton. Price 25 to 50 cents. Fit Well-Wear Well Trousers W admit that there are custom tailors producing trousers that look as well as the new "R. & W." styles we are offering. There are no better trimmings, labor, style or fit in made-to-measure goods. You have the ad vantage with our garments of seeing just how they look or fit made up the foremost trouser makers in America guarantee every pair, so do we. Our prices suit your needs, about as important a point as any, after quality. Men's R& W $6 to $7 Trousers, for Men'9 Covert Cloth Coats in Ox ford shade, regular^v~oa,is $8.75 grade, sellincr out price in ux -$5.75 Men's Overcoats, very stylish iin plain Vicana cloth,'C17 regrnlar price $14.00,$9.50 selling out price so VJI.SU Kaufmans Overcaots in black Irish frieze, inches long-, very stvlish former price $15,ny, selling out price Men's Su...

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. — 25 October 1904

3 1 i 3 raJTRltUnfaift'ff!f 1 it- 4 *$ $4- i9 consumers. Sec prices quoted at J. A. McConkcy's: lbfe Rico for .2," lbs Pearl Tapi .25c (i lhsGet-iian S^o .li." IbsPMitl I? rloy 25e tNu').\ Sold ,J lbs, .r 2")C Bulk Olives ]Ust i. oil: usual pi K-e GO-1 A i^ond standaid Corn tin-* jesir's pack 3 for ti" A joot blaiulaul Pumpkin this ymr'-* pack 'i for i^Oc Flour be^t the re is ever\ sack a ranted V.) lb- $ 1 Bi and pet WO lb btuk J)re Shoits per 100 lb $t.O' Glo Sia'vh bulk per lb 5 Be~t Vi eoloied Te. Du-,t, loo per lb oi 2 for i35o 1 M* Tea pi i pu ,hed down to JJOc \Y titer Apples jyood stock, ju^t reeencd pei bu S5c The are oo\n fa^t, will not last long1. S i ans I.\e for 25c Candj, Fanes French Cream retail price 20c our price 2 do for 25c Chocolate Chips alwa\s for 4oc our price. 25c ChoeoHte Putts ilwa\ sold tor 4oc our price. 25c 17 lbs oiaiuil.ited-uoai $1.00 100 lb sack $5.70 Fane\ Table Swup, pei 1 g-allon pail *S5c per 2 7( pu* i 20c Toilet s-oaps a laijre absottmeat at w...

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. — 25 October 1904

fl fl The fl TH E CIT Go to Hakkerup for photos. Look up J. A. McConkey's ad Best flour, cheapest, Pierce, Phone 197. Republican rally at the opera house tonight. Pillsbury's Best flour $3 25 per hundred at Schroeder's store. Trapped by Treachery at the city opera house Thursday even ing Oct. 27. Hear Dar Reese on thp issues of the campaign at theopera house tonight. Why balance on the verge of consumption when Mark's Lung Balsam will cure. At the Opera house, three nights commencing Thursdav evening Oct. 27. The "Halton a And Groceries- Best. WM. McCUAIG ^J-J^sa%W'S^ 3000 yards best 12c suiting at 8c. 500 ards best 7c suiting at 4c 400 yards best flanelette, newest and house dresses, at 8c. Dress Goods One lot Brocade mohair 40 inches wide, regular low price 35c, sale price 17c. One lot ^oile and mohair in the newest shades to close at 39c. One lot all wool serges and cashmere to close at 45c. One lot silk, plain colors, while it lasts per yard 15c. One lot 3G inch China silk, per ...

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. — 25 October 1904

1 .\-j WW- SIMPLY O THEIR DUT Position of the Common Council in Variety Thea ter Misunderstood. WILL TAKE N O ACTION WHAT EVER AT PRESENT. Liquor License Granted Last ^Evening to L. Burke & Co. At a regular meeting of the vil lage council last evening a liquor license bond of L. Burke & Co.of was approved. The position of the council in regard to the Variety Theatre matter has been quite generally misunderstood. The council has no authority whatever to take any steps concerning a Variety Theatre until there is one in oper ation. It is generally understood that Burke & Co who have been granted a license to sell liquors in the old theatre build ing will open a Variety Theatre, but until such time as they do the matter is not one in which the council can take an action. II Mr. Burke and colleagues run a sa oon that is a disorderly place and a menace to the public peace, the mncil will not be slow in re voking his license Mr. Burke, however, until he so misconducts h'mself, ...

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. — 26 October 1904

^^!*r \\i*i-**3?W!W'}l- ft iks. A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. .28 'ff- VOLUME 2. NUMBEj? 16L if Black Cat Hose. We are showing them in Men's Women's and Children's, wool or cot- ton.' Price 25 to 50 cents. Men's New Wenter Overcoats. Men's Covert Cloth Coats in Ox ford shade, regular $8.75 grade, selling-$5.75 out price TRIPLE KNEE *ifATftg3T0CKlN{i KENOSHA MAKE "Fit Well-Wear Well" Trousers W admit that there are custom tailors producing trousers that look as well as the new "R. W." styles we are offering. There are no better trimmings, labor, style or fit in made-to-measure goods. You have the ad vantage with our garments of seeing just how they look or fit made up the foremost trouser makers in. America guarantee every pair, so do we. Our prices suit your needs, about as important a point as any, after quality. ooais in ux Men's Overcoats, verv stylish BLACK CAT BRAND Chicago-Rockford Hosier/ Co. KENOSMA, WIS. Men's R& W $6 to $7 Trousers, for We Cash Mill Checks Don't Fail t...

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. — 26 October 1904

.j -jT Syt*1^* 3 Kl i I 1 ii HI H| Hi Hi H] Hi H] K] il lal N 1H] 'Hi |H! !l in! |Hl |H la 1! 4 to consumers. See prices quoted at J. A. McConkey's: lb* Pvice for 2," Ibb Peai 1 Tapioca.. .2." (3 lbs Get man S.ioo. .12" t lbs. Pearl Barley ..25c Usual 1} Sold ,5 lbs lor 2JC Uulk Olhes jus rrcehed u^ual price 60e: a qt 40c iVgrood standard Corn tliK ear's pack 3 for 25c A good standard Pumpkin this year's pack 3 for iSOc Flour be^t there is everA sack wai ranted 49 lbs $1.50 Brand per 100 lb sack i)5c Shoi tb per 100 lb $1,05 Gloss Starch in bulk per lb 5 [e Uncoloted Te a Dut, l" per lb., or 2 for. 25c loc Tea price pushed down to JSOc Winter Apples f^ood stock, just received per bu S5c They are goinsr fast, will not last long. 3 cans IA for 25c Candy, Fancy French Cream retail price 20c our price 2 doz for 25c Chocolate Chips al^a\s t,old for 4oc our price. 25c Chocolate Pulls alwa'vs sold for 4oc our price..25c IT lbb granulated -ugar $1.00 100 lb sack $5.70 Fanc\ Table Svrup, per...

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. — 26 October 1904

The Grill N. Y. CONCOR GRAPES -Oe a babket HISLOP'S CRABAPPLES oOc a peck Or FRESH DATES 10c a pound if ''JS* EXTRA FINE KINGS 55c a peck WHITE FIGS (extra fine) 10c a package THE CITY Go to Hakkerup for photos. Best flour, cheapest, Pierce, Phone 197. Pillsbury's Best flour 3.25 per hundred at Schroeder's store. Mrs. Robert McCauig is spend ing the day town from Ten stiike. Nothing can be better than the bestMark's lung Balsam is the best. The Berman Emporium is making a handsome window dis play of skirts Miss Eva Ericeson assistant postmistress at TVn^tnKe is spending the day Be.aidji. Dick Albrant, who is si^k atlege the hospital at Blackd k, is re ported to be slowly improving. For SaleShort mfl wo d, $2 per load dry slabs, S2 2"5 per cord, delivered. Orookhton Lum ber Co. J. J. Regan retun or\ And Groceries- Best. to Sol way today after attv nding the Just receh ed about 500 yards Dress Goods for School Dresser, 34 inches wide, part wool, This week per yard all shades and desig...

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. — 26 October 1904

I... i i 5" i -t '^^j^v^'-A Grocery Co. A Carload ?f^^ CONTRAC A ONC E Believed That The Contract For Construction of R. R. Will be Let Today. PASSENGER LINE WILL E MAINTAINED. Company Will Build Passenger Steamboats for the Lake Trade. There has been some doubt ex pires *3:llas both reil iabenfnn of the officials of the Red Lake, Minnesota & Manitoba railraod in regard to the extension of the road from Nebish to this city. Such a doubt was yesterday ex pressed to Judge Ueland, after the signing and delivery of thecal contract by which this city agrees to furnish the right of way and the terminal grounds for the road. Judge Ueland, however, de clared that the people of Bemidji need have no fear that the road would be simply a logging road. "The road will be built, equip ped and maintained for passen ger traffic." said he, "and I think that before very long the people of Bemidji will be amply satis fied that the road will be all that they desire it to be." Indirect information fr...

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. — 27 October 1904

-,xf $? A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. VOLUME 2. London. Oct.'v??.-^-? .Jfourii Se^'ptary Lansdowne considers that Russia's re ply in its present foim is incomplete, especially in the failure to giant Great Britain's demands for the punishment. in principle of such officers as might be found responsible. Lord Lansdowne said late in the aft ernoon, however, that he trusted the matter would be settled within twenty four hours. In interviews at the foreign office with the foreign ambassadors Lord Lansdowne, though in no degree pessi' mistic regarding the eventual outcome gave his callers clearly to understand that he did not regard Ambassador Benekendorffs letter as altogether sat isfactory and that it was distinctly in complete. It was gathered that Lord Lansdowne has insisted that in the written reply to be handed to Ambas sador Hardinge by Russian Foreign Minister Lamsdorif punishment in principle shall be included and that fl fl CRISIS GROWS MORE ACUTE Russia Maintains That She Cann...

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. — 27 October 1904

~i- ^_r S tans L\ for vi/ B'KpSSM75'lSilK mm Ws 4 i olcsalc Prices. to consumers. See prices quoted at J. A. McConkey's: filbRieefn -5.* lbs Peai 1 Tapioc a -Jtfu blbsGeuuan S i^o iitrK fast, will not last long Cindv Fancv Fiench Oieam retail price 20c our pi 2 do/ foi 25c ChoLolate hips aluavs sold foi 4oc oui price 25c Lhotolitc Putt aluavs sold for 4oc oui puce 25c 17 lbb 1 inul tud -uoai $1.00 100 lb sack $5.70 Fancv Table Suup, per 1 gallon pail JS5c pei 2 TOc per 4 20c Toilet smps a laig assoitment at whole&dle prices. Fantv ape tod Cianbeiues pei qt lOc Dill Pickleb per qt 10c So Pickles lOc Midget Sweet Pickleb J5 Mixed Sweet "Pickles 25c Btst Cidei inecrai can get per gal onlv 25c 7 lbs Bibt SweetPot.itois 25c 1 anev L.impb discount 50 pei ctnt fiom m$ extiemelj low prices t S-S-6- S-S-S- S-S-S- S r-S-S S-srS- 6-srSr f-S S- Sf-S-S- e-S-S-^r J. A. McCONKEY I K"SSHiK "1*IHIH.ig.H.'SW.B?g|5Ki|HWJl aWKJHWIIKJK est Lots... In All Parts of the City. Cneapest ...STUMP PULLER.....

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. — 27 October 1904

'$%???#?** f^"^*^tr P4 ____________________ The Grill 5 N. Y. CONCORD GRAPES Jj 20c a basket S HISLOP'S CRABAPPLES 30c a peck fttiai FRESH DATES $ 10c a pound *J EXTRA FINE KINGS o5c a peck. Hw WHITE FIGS (extra line) lOc a package THE CITY Go to Hakkerup for photos. Bine points on the shell at the Grill. Best flour, cheapest, Pierce, Phone 197. Ask for piano tickets at the Beinidji Steam Laundry. Nothing can be better than the bestMark's lung Balsam is the best. Mrs. Spillan spent yesterday in the city returning to Cass Lake last evening. Kid gloves cleaneci and re enameled at Rayne & FY3 hling Opposite Markham hot( 1. Remember the M. E. Ladies' home cooking for lie at Mc Cuaig's tomorrow afternoon. A job lot of 35 cigars, while they last, and they will be sold, at a 1.00 per box. J. Peterson, Jr. Hairy Dranger is in town to day for his semi-annual visit in the interets of Clement Dranger &Co. Get your clothes cleaned, re paired and pressed at Rayne & Fryhling. Opposite...

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. — 27 October 1904

I II Republicans Will Bring The County to Bemidji Next Thursday. MERCHANTS WILL OFFKR SPEC- IAL BARGAINS. Special Trains Will be Run Both Afternoon and Evening Meetings. The republicans haye pi aimed a bi# rally to he held in Kern id ji next week Thursday both after noon and evening. An effort will be made to bring farmers from all parts of the county to the city for the rally and special trains will be run on the M. & I. and on the Great Northern in order that the ponple of the towns in this vi cinity may attend. It is possible that Senator Cl ipp may be secured for the oc casion. An effort is now being made to this end. If however St nator Clappcannotcome, some speaker of state wide reputation will be here. Several local speak ers have already been secured. Addresses will be given both af ternoon and evening. The merchants of the city will co-operate by offering special in ducements in the way of bargains for the day. A free dinner will be served and the occasion will be made ...

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. — 28 October 1904

A Pioneer WANT AD Will Do It. VOLUME 2. NUMBER L63. -4 eary & Bo Bemidji, Minnesota Ardahan Rugs, 9x12, Ardahan Rugs, 8-3xlO-G Ardahan Rugs, 6-9x9-9 1| Wilton Rugs, 9x12 Wilton Rugs, seamless, 9x12 Ingrain Carpets, a yd 35c-90c Velvet Carpets, $1-$1.25 Stair Carpet, 50c-$1.25 Lace Curtains, a pr 60c-$l5 Draperies. $2.50$14 Carpet Sweepers, $2.50-$3.00 Window Shades, each 15C-2.00 Men's New Wenter Overcoats. Men's Coverb Cloth Coats in Ox ford shade, regular $8.75 grade, selling-$5.75 out price Men's Overcoats, very stylish in plain Vicana cloth,vvy regnlar price $14.00|9.5u0n selling out price siviis i Kaufmans Overcaots in black Irish frieze, 52 inches long, very stylish, former price $15,ug, selling out price $10.50 Men's Suits, all wool cheviot in late gray and brown former price $10 sell ing out price $5.95 Men's high grade suits in all out price styles,, new fabrics, bought.s 1 to sell for $11, selling,$7.75 in an styies Men's very fine suits, all the latest cuts in the lat...

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. — 28 October 1904

MMBm 1 4 1 i w- 4 Anothe List of ..Wholesale Prices.. 3 5 a^t 3 3 I J. A. McCONKEY 5 1 lb pkg Gloss Starch 2 for l.^c or 4 for 25c No better starch made. ~)c box of Matches, boxes, for lOc 12 boxes Matches for 15 usually-sold for 2oc 12 boxes* Matches for lOeusualH sold for 15c 12 bo\e* Matches for 5 usually sold for 10c White Clo\er Honey in the comb 15 Strained Honey, absolutely pure: per jar 25c Red Raspberries, nothing riner: per lb ilOo This is not the cheap, black kind, but the best Red Raspberries. i gallon Tennessee Sorghum 25c 1 gallon SOo 2 gallons 1M f-quartcan 15c This is absolutely pure Sorghum. Prices quoted yesterday are our regu lar prices as well as those of today. "We are not making any so-called sales but every clay is a regular-priced sale-day. Ve ry Truly Yours, I J. A. McCONKEY I ^cro*****^ Phone 233 ********& In All Parts of the City. Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co. JOHN F. GIBBONS, Local Agent. ^mmnm^!^M^MWMu^S!WS^MMS!lttkii ^Fftm^*MMXtfi^mMMZ^MWK(...

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