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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 17 May 1900

TOMN NOTES. 3 N. D. Pock, of Staples, was iu town Sunday. For a nobby suit of clothing, go to White's. Judge Holland came in from Grand Rapids Sunday. A fine line of illuminated glassware aad crockery, at the Boston. E. C. Heubner returned from the West Tuesday. Before buying wail paper and car pet look over our assortment. O'Leary (&, Bowser. 'The Bemidji band is working hard and is improving fast. The Ladies Guild of the Presbyteri an church will meet with Mrs. Hill May 17 at 2 o'cloek p. m. A pleasant party was given Tuesday night at the home of I. S. Boyer and wife in honor of their daughter. You know where to find a fine line of ladies', gents', misses' and children's shoesat O'Leary & Bowser's. Mrs. T. T. Richards was adjudged insane by the judge of probate Tues day and was taken to Fergus Falls. Fresh bi*ead, cakes, pies, doughnuts wtc, at the Bemidji bakery every day. Give us acall. The best of home talent will give a literary and musical entertainment in the city ha...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 17 May 1900

(Continued.) "Just send me a few strong doses of quinine, doctor, and order me some milk and some coals, and I sail be able to get along by myself, as I have often done before and will often again. A few days will pull me round all right without troubling any one." "I'm afraid it may be a more seri ous matter this time," said the doctor, "but have your own way for the pres ent. I'll see that you have some milk, and if I have a spare rug or blanket I'll send it a swell to throw over you. Now, good-by, and see that you keep .yourself as warm and comfortable as you can under the difficult circum stances you have chosen for yourself." "I oughtn't to have listened to him," he went on to himself as he walked home through the driving snow, -which had been falling thickly for some time "but there's that old TJlundi rug of mine he can have tonight. It looks as if he would need it badly." The ensuing night proved keen and frosty and Falconer's thoughts revert ed more than once to the miserabl...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 17 May 1900

v -1JL, fi W: 1. i I i i THE LETTER WAS GENUINE And Contained FactaA Former Amer ican Bottled In Western Canada Flooded with Inquiries. A short, time since a letter appeared In these columns signed by Mr. W. H. Kinkade of Alameda, Asslniboia, West ern Canada, which, caused that gentle man to receive a great many inquiries, most of them anxious to know if* the letter was genuine. To a large num ber of the Inquiries answers were sent, but it was impossible to reply to all. We take pleasure in submitting to our readers a specimen of replies sent by Mr. Kinkade: "Yes, the letter dated December 22, 1899, supposed to have been written by me, which you saw in your local papers, was genuine and contained facts. I will say of the Information received from the Canadian Govern ment Agents prior to coming here, I did not find a single untrue statement. The Canadian Government is honor able and its Agents dare not misrepre sent this country or they would lose their jobs. There is quite a bit of ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 17 May 1900

T^os (Clarke Ll^MSlliilGARSr %o\\ty 53 HIJUIDJI. Is'the place to go for cho Wines, Liquors i \i a is. W.HASTJNO**, Pros. F. P..S General Banking Business. tawMwtwuwua Stfttoot Minnesota. I CLAVIN & TANNER. PROPS IM:^3 5ank of Bemidji 0 lotel Count vof Heltrsimi. In District Court, Fifteenth Judicial District. Edwin De Colon, Plaintiff.-ve. Mary Grace D Colon, Defendant. Tin- Htatoot Minnesota, to theabovo named defendant: You are hereby summoned and remilrotl w answer the complaint of the IMaintitr In the above entitled action, which is tiled In KM ollioe of the Work of the District Oomtt of he PMlec.ith .Judicial District, in and for the Countv of Beltrami and State of Miniio*otit, xnd serve a copy Of your answer to tJa|" Complaint on thu NUbscrit" )*',-j'it bw OTOCftin the Vilhtjre of Bemidji. in smd County, with in thirl days after the service of tlii sum mons upon you. exclusive of the (lay of such service anil if you fail to answer the siUrt i comprint within the time afore...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 24 May 1900

VOX,. 5. NO. 12. Strange Arrest. W. Hooper, One of Bemidji's Most Popular Citizens, Ar rested for Murder. There are so many sudden changes and startling happenings in this vicinity that Bemidji is supposed to be shock-proo But the village was torn from center to civ-the cumference last Monday night when the revelation came that one of her most respected and popular citizens had been arrested on the charge of murder. Sheriff Johnson, of Kenabec county, arrived Monday of this week, and, in company with Detective Joseph Ryan, who has been "shadowing" here for some time, went to the "shack" occu pied by the man they wanted, and ar rested J. W. Hooper, on the charge of murder. October 2nd, 1895, Albert Pederson was watching a lumber camp fifteen miles north of Mora, on the Knife riv er. During the night he was shot by a rifle. Several persons suspected of having, committed the crime were arrested, tried and acquitted. It would be great injustice to our townsman to publish, in order to ma...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 24 May 1900

Barbara Frietchle promises to be come almost as mythical as the man who struck "Billy" Patterson. A law now under the consideration of the congress of the Argentine Re public provides for the reading of the Bible in the public schools. A new departure in which Mr. Moody was deeply interested goes into effect at Mount Hermon next month. Hereafter the school will be in practi cally continuous session, the year be ing divided into three terms of sixteen weeks each. The new church at Mount Hermon, formed just before Mr. Moody died, has already admitted thirty-" young men as new members on confes sion of faith. A religious daily, called The New DaiTy, has been established in London and will be sold for half-a-penny. It announces: "The idea of this journal is to advocate daily with all fearless ness and candor a return to those first principles of our Christian profession from which we have so grossly depart ed to promote meditation, to encour age criticism and discussion and to do the ut...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 24 May 1900

In Minnesota. tg. State News of the i* Week Briefly Told. Alonzo Wood, a retired farmer, died aUPlainview. JO. K. Tar-bell bought in the Winona hotel for $30,025. Lake City woodmen will hold a big picnic at Rest Island, June 5. George Travis forger, at Faribault, was sentenced to three years. Mrs. Asa Forsyth of Winona died very suddenly of heart disease. August Peterson of Stillwater had bis arm lacerated in a saw mill. The alleged incendiarism at-Duluth is" thought to be due to fire bugs. Bural free delivery will be estab lished from Faribault next mouth. Survivors of the First Minnesota will hold a reunion at Red Wing June 20. The St. Cloud Water Power company has made application for a receivei. The barn of Frank Liebenow. near Elgin, was burned end six horses per islied. A Inrjje barn owned by A. Mnybey, near Lake City was burned. Loss, 2,000. E. Barnes and T. Cloney of Mora, suspected murderers, have been re leased. A serious fire at Verndale destroyed many buildings, and caus...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 24 May 1900

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers PVHIASWKl) EVERY THURSDAY. Entered In the postoffice at Bemidji, a sac onHi-iiiss matter WHAT SHALL WE DO ABOUT IT? Anything vvhiqh hurts the fishing qualities of Lake Bemidji is a public calamity. Report says that the Scan- 1/jn-Gibson darn at the outlet of the Mississippi has not been provided with a decent fishway, and as a con sequence thousands of fish are dying below the dam in shallow water and their spawn will not replenishthelake next season. Similar conditions ex ist below the inlet. We are told that for miles below the outlet the river bed is nothing but a dry puddle. Mayor Dudley some time ago notified the game warden of this violation of this law, but the hush of death seems to linger within official circles. The lumber companies perhaps have the right to carry away the timber which should be sawed here, but they have no right to destroy our fish. Will the patience of Bemidji "stand for" such work? If there ever was ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 24 May 1900

*ti *& :i TOWN NOTES. 2r For a nobby suit of clothing, go to White's. Miss Cora Rogers has been sick the past week. Services at the M. E. church next Sunday morning and evening. G. W. Warfield was up .from Min neapolis last week. For a new home sewing machine go to O'Leary & Bowser. A parsonage is being built beside the Presbyterian church. A fine line of illuminated glassware aad crockery, at the Boston. J. W. Speelman of Buena Vista at tended the Odd Fellows picnic Sun day. You will find at O'Leary & Bowser's silk, satin, percale and* muslin shirt waists. W. S. Powers, the painter, has been joined by two of his brothers from.Iowa. Corrugated i ubber matting used for stairs and in front of saloon bars at O'Leary & Bowser. Measles have been all the go the past few weeks among the children, but recoveries are speedy. At the BostonA complete line of ladies' and gents' shoes in stock at rock bottom figures. E. O. Hughes came down from the agency last week on account of ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 24 May 1900

Pi DR FALCONER'S TEMPTATION, {Continued.) A soldier!" cried Mary. "Oh, Rich meik. you must try if we can't do some thing tor him. I never hear of an old soldier without thinking of my poor tsrother. Jack, who, you know, ran away and enlisted while 1 was quite a ttle girl, and how miserably he died fa Africa. Oh, what a pet I used to be of poor Jack's! If we had heard of any octe who had been good to him at last, haw we should have blesaed him! Do teJt rne all about this poor fellow, and Irt us see if we can devjse any way of Stepping him." ~l am afraid he is pretty well past :fcelp," said Richard. "I loft him un eonacious, and I should not be in the feast surprised if ho should never come himself again." ""But surely he can't be left to him -elf in an empty house, Richard! It would be a sin and a shame to leave anybody so. He must be got to the in firmary." -He won't go. I have tried my beat to make him, but he is obstinate." "Then we must bring him here. We fcave more than one empt...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 24 May 1900

r: 77 Ho Kxplnina. SheWhj- didn't you answer ray letter? HeI never received it. SheYou didn't? He^Jo: and besides, it was writ ten in stwh a.peculiar hand I couldn't make out more than half of it.Cath olic Standard and Times. More men Rive according to their meanness thau according to their means. JQc. 25c. 50c. tivA Pnoe inn How are the children this spring? Com plaining a good .deal of headache, can't study as well as usual, easilyfall asleep, and are tired all the time And how is it with yourself Is your strength slipping away? Do you tremble easily, are your nerves all unstrung, do you feel dull and sleepy, and have you lost all ambition? Nearly every one needs a good spring medicine a medi- cine that will remove impurities from the system, strengthen the digestion, and bring back the old force and vigor to the nerves. A perfect Sarsapafilla is just such a medicine a Sarsaparilla that contains the choicest and most valuable in- gredients a Sarsaparilla accurately and carefully m...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 24 May 1900

BEMIDJI. Stu. 'jSarc*. General Banking Business. Buriinitoit CHICAGO, ILL- LL UNDER ONE ROOF On the Burlington's Chicago and St. Louis Limited, you ean live as well as at the finest hotel in America. You can dine in a dining car smoke in a smoking car read in a library car: sleep in a compartment or standard sleep ing car and recline in a reclining chair car. All under one roof. Electric lighted and steam heated. Leaves Minneapolis 7:20 p. m., St'. Paul 8:05 p. m. daily, arriv ing Chicago 0:25 next morning. The "Scenic" Express, an elegant day train, leaves Minneapolis 7:40 a. m., St. Paul 9:15 a. in., except Sunday. Ask your home agent for tickets via this line or address P. S. EUSTIS, GEO. P. LYMAN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent, I N E LIQUORS O CIGARS. rB E E SolJbergf *1 Gibson. likuk^ & &9Mid, KTT0RN6YS-HT-LKM, LAND LAWS A SPECIALTY. BEMIDJI, MINN. W. HASTINGS. Pi-ui. Loans and Collections. 4Totel* ^enjore Bemidji's Favorite Hostelry. McTAGGERT & GEIL, ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 31 May 1900

five Paqe VOL. 5. NO. 13. Big Chief Cass Lake:I thought this was to be my spree. What out of it, anyway? Chief Bemidji:Brother, you get left. DAM BLOWN UP. Scanlon & Gibson's Obstruction on the Mississippi Removed By the Arm of Law. The editorial in last week's Pi- ONEEK entitled, "What Shall We Do About It?" was speedily and dramatically answered last Satur day afternoon. Complaints have long and often been made about the Scanlon & Gibson dam at the mouth of the Mississippi as it leaves Lake Bemidji. It was con structed with a fish way through which an eel would have trouble to wiggle. Below the dam, the fish congregated in shallow water and died by thousands through lack of water and protection from the spearsmen. The stench arising from this cause was terrible, and threatened an epidemic. Complaint was made to the village board of health last Fri day and they went across the lake and verified with eyes and nose the reports. The board of health did mot wish to act without ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 31 May 1900

Sills, DR, FALCONER'S TEMPTATION, (Continued.) 1 ""No, no you are quite mistaken, doc- tor," exclaimed the man, all his wild nsss of aspect returning and his eyes (gleaming with a mad terror and' sus picion. "There's nothing in itnoth ing at all, except what little money I have, and 'a few curios I picked up in my 'ravel3. Let me have it at once, pleaseat once, without a single mo ment's delay!" "Don't be In a hurry," said Richard. "It is quite eafe, I assure you. If it be of so Utile value as you say, why ex cite youriclf about it? How much might there be in it, then? It seemed to me pretty heavy." "Oh, very little but as it Is all I have in the world, you needn't wonder *hat I am anxious about it. I must ask you to give it to me at once It will make my mind easier." "Don't be uneasy I give you my vord it's quite safe. Look here, I'm rather a fancier of curios myself I don't mind giving you ten pounds on pec for the belt just as it stands. If you tell me it is worth more, I will gi...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 31 May 1900

Page Antlciaity 'of FantttttV* Trrm*. The antlQuity of familiar tetms lb surprising when ft te known. Many people are not utta^e ttotet "What the dickens occtirs 'in SghAkespeaW but fewer still will be prepared to hear that the phrase, "a regtrtatr shindy," is found in an author's note to a poem called "The Popish "Kingdom'," pub lished in 1570. A wltte!- in the Athe naeum quotes this saote, 'which refers to the celobratidn Of Slaundy Thurs day: "Midnight services are held in church, the lights are put out, and a regular shindy SolloWs, me'li being beaten and wounded^"London Globe. "wtfraaraw. tOmt 1Pwtnta lMne K.ast W*eit t ifortfcwwafterit InrcittaN. Theodore Burgett, "'Winthrep, Minn., scraper George W- Hardim, 'Choklo, Minn., hjifechtoi: device Ewgene Jae quemie, Mtone&peffis, Mien., grain door Hemry -lienltag, Gem, S. D., five horse draft, equalizer awes E, Mar tin, Braddock. N. D., rending ma chine Randolph^.- Moulton, Minneap olis, Mima., grain distributor John Pearson, ....

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 31 May 1900

1 gis, DR, FALCONER'S TEMPTATION, (Continued.) I ""No, no you are quite mistaken, doc- tor," exclaimed the man, all his wild ness of aspect returning and his eyes gleaming with a mad terror and sus picion. "There's nothing in itnoth ing at all, except what, little money I nave, and *a few curios I picked up in my travels, Let me have it at once, pleaseat once, without a single mo ment's d(?lay!" "Don't be In a hurry," said Richard. "'It is quite safe, I assure you. If it be of so little value as you say, why ex cite yourself about it? How much .might there be in it, then? It seemed to me pretty heavy." "Oh, very little but as it is all I have in the world, you needn't wonder (that I am anxious about it. I must ask you to give It to me at once It will snake my mind easier." "Don't be uneasy I give you my word it's quite safe. Look here, I'm rather a fancier of curios myself I *Ion't mind giving you ten pounds on pec for the belt just as it stands. If you tell me it is worth more, I w...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 31 May 1900

Antiquity 'erf Vattltlvr INermw. The antiquity of familiar xmaa It. surprising whe*n ft te klwrntt. Many people are not a'ttafre "that "What the dickens!* occurs 'in Shakespeare- but fewer Btill will 'be prepared to hear that the phrase, "a reg&fcft* shindy," is found in an author's note to a poem called "The Popish Kingdom," pub- llHhed in 1D70. A wirtMr in the Athe naeum quotes tiits note, "which refera to the celebration tff Maundy Thurs day: "Midnight services are held in church, the lights are put. out, anfi a regular shindy (follows, men being beaten and woutttled."London GJobe. 'WS&PBSKT*. Idtst of Pmt^ntw lHiie L.at W-eek to Iforftwwrtej'H Knventorm. Theodore Borge"tt, Wintbrop, Minn., Bcrapei" Gewge W. Hardia, Chokio, Minn., Mftchtng 'device Kttgene Jac quemin, Mtoneapeflis, Min., grain door Heaary .lienHng, Gem, S. D., five horse draft equalizer Jasnes E, Mar tin, Braddoek, N. D., vending ma chiaie Randolph-Itf. Moulton, Minneap olis, Mimn.. grain distributor John ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 31 May 1900

The Bemidji Pioneer. AG?eat Advertising Medium. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers erBLISHED EVEK\ THURSDAY. Entered In thepostofflceat BemldJI. aec oridi-.lnssmatter REPUBLICAN STATE CONVEN- TION. A Republican state convention for the state of Minnesota is hereby called to beheld on Thursday, June 28, A. D. 1900, at 12 o'clock ra. at the Audi torium building in the city of St. Paul, for the purpose of expressing the choice of the Republican party of the state of Minnesota for United States senator to be elected by the legislature of 1901, and for the pur pose of placing in nomination candi dates for governor, lieutenant-gover nor, secretary of state, state treasur er, attorney general, chief justice of the supreme court, one associate justice of the supreme court, and three railroad and warehouse com missioners, two of whom shall hold their offices for a term of four years, and one for two years, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the conven ti...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 31 May 1900

'Km'fmrJi- 4 *li ,TSSK,*"-"- fecfive Page I MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES Yesterday was a proud day for the survivors of the war of the rebellion, and an inspiring one to all who love to. honor and to see honored the boys, living and dead, who have placed within our hands the privileges we all enjoy as citi zens of this Union. The people df Bemidji have as much reason to respect Memorial day as those in 'i other localities, hut the lack of "any soldiers grave to decorate here robs the day of much of its significance. But the magnificent crowd that gathered at the opera house yes terday afternoon, and the general closing of stores and saloons and the large cession of labor throug out the village, showed that even Bemidji can pause and bow its head before the altar of patriot ism. It was a high compliment to the day and to the men and wo men who sought a proper observ ance of the day. Members of the local G. A. E post, their ladies, the speakers and others met at the Woodman hall and marched...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 31 May 1900

Take Home Twenty-Four Bottles of Satisfaction Otherwise Known as a Case of HAMM'S BEER Supplied by Agents Everywhere, orTHEO. HAMM BREWING CO., 9 St Paul, Minn. Sams MPTR Mi Dealers fcSta A SONS Stbul ami Mmntapoilj N Campbell Land and Claim Ajrent. Contests & Collections a Specialty CROOKSTON MINN. Ready Printed, 25 cents for three Ev ery store winch closes on Sunday should have some of those notification si:n which ate car ried in stock at the PIONEKK office. Signs, WHY NOT All Lots 50 140 feet. CALL ON I "*v-5 E. A. SATHER Photographer. Latest Styles and Best Finish at Low Prices. Send in your Kodak negatives for developing and finishing. Kodaks and Supplies always on hand. Views of lumber camps and surroundings for sale. Gallery on 3rd St. BEMIDJI, H. F. Schmidt, Proprietor of I I MEA MARKKt Dealer in all kinds of Fresh and Salt .11 E S 1%L All kinds of SAUSAGE Constantly on hand. CASH i Paid for Just try. A Good Smoke. Delicious Flavor. Sold by the Leading Merchants and Dea...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
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