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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 22 August 1905
"v i$ "jfJ t$" 1 $ 4& 'V Mmm$ 1* -^^j$$P3^^~ OUTLOOK IS BRIGHTER FEDERAL OFFICIALS HOPEFUL OF MASTERING FEVER SITUA- TION .AT NEW ORLEANS. DISEASE SPREADING OUTSIDE OF CITY MANY SWAMPS IN CERTAIN LO- CALITIES PREVENT WIPING OUT OF MOSQUITO. New Orleans, Aug. 22 It is ap parent that the annihilation of the fever transmitting mosquito is mark ing the decline of the yellow fevet scourge within the city of New Or leans. The oppressive weather, how eve*, added to the consuming ten dency of the fever, shows itself in the large number of deaths reported. The cases to date total 1,402 and the deaths 201. For the fu-st 1 time since the federal authorities have assumed charge of the situation the professional reserve has been broken. It is not expected of strict disciplinarians to comment on their work, but the atmosphere whjchv ijervades. the actions of the The School Season will soon be with, us Our Stock of Misses, Child ren's a Little Men's School Shoes is Complete I he Bemidji Marine...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 22 August 1905
4- I Ezra G. Valentine, prominent drainage worker, attorney and capitalist, died suddenly Satur day afternoon at his summer home at Battle Lake, a, ^hort dis tance from Breckenridge He was fifty five years old, and his death, which was due apoplexy, came without previous warning Mr. VaHmine's death re too yes a prominent character in the history of trie norinwest While actively engaged in state politics and prominent as an attorney, bis chief efforts were directed to ward the drainage work north ern Minnesota. His efforts in behalf of thi-. cause were untir ing and brought definite te^ult*, and the extension of drainage operations in northei Minne sota in recent years has been to a great extent due to his efforts. Mr. Valentine bpcame inter- Phone i EZRA G. VALENTINE DIES SUDDENLY 8t^5'A'^-55-'8t,'5T8?^ *5'5--3i"1S"'?5i3'5'S5,3'2& ested in the drainage of the Red River Valley and was appointed a member of the state drainage board by Gov. Knute Nelson. He gained an enviable reput...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 22 August 1905
TiwyjW T\ N f\ P"* I 1 mpm wp *u^ Kx^jtmm* Go to Hakkerup's for Photos. John S. Fowlds is in the city today from Solway. W. Blakely of Farley is a Bemidji vibitor today. Best cup of coffee in Bemidji at the Palace. W Bright is in the city to day from Tenstrike. Clair Craig was inBernid]iyes today. Del Marca cigarnone better Bemidji madetwo styles sold by all dealers. A specialty is made of prepar ing and delivering night lunches at the Palace E. S. Shook of Tenstuke is a business visitor in Bemidji today Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bailey spent last night at Northome, re turning home thib morning. days with Bemidji friends. i Tom Smart has lately received Bert Getchell left last mght vicinity Arthur Brannon left last night for Nortbome, where he will re mam indefinitely. Mr. Brannon will take charge ot the Brannon hotel in that village, which is owned by his father, W. S. Bran non J45JK *JJe W Hotel SteclWait Opposite Depot. Tenstrike, Muiu, Largest Hotel North of Bemidji. Newly Built and Fu...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 22 August 1905
wtM^ i www^fpwpwpp^^i TRIED TO JUMP BOARD BILL Cripple Arrested Charged With Attempting to De fraud Hotelkeeper. For having attempted to leave the city without paying a board bill, M. E. Brady, a cripple who has conducted a shooting, gallery on Third street for several days past, was yesterday afternoon arrested on complaint of H. A. Annette, proprietor of the Be midji hotel, where Brady was stopping. Brady was n,abbed by the police at the Great Northern depot as the west bound passen ger was pulling into the station. It is said that he had all arrange ments made for his departure and that he had checked his baggage. The man was arraigned before Judge Skinvik this morn ing and he demanded a jury trial. His case was set for Friday morning at 10 o'clock. LIGHT PLANT WAS ON FIRE Quick Work of Firemen Pre vents Blaze Which Would Have Caused Damage. Quick work on the part of the Bemidji lire department last night prevented the spread of a blaze at the Warfield Electric company's plant wh...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 24 August 1905
...J. MAY RAISE THE "DEADHEADS" IProbabie That Government Will Clear Channel of the Mississippi. The Mississippi river from1 Minneapolis to the head is lined with sunken logs, known along the river as "deadheads.1' IBS v**, That these have no small influence on the capacity of the channel to carry off the water is generally conceded and the engineers ap pointed to investigate the upper river troubles will probably recommend that the government confiscate these logs and raise them. They would then probab- New Idea MAGAZINES for September 5c dav and Saturday, only, each. ly be sold to the highest bidder and the proceeds applied to the cost of raising them. The government snagging crews haye raised some of the logs in their work of keeping the channel open for navigation and in one, place removed 800 logs in a space not more than as many i feet long. At one point near Waldeck two thirds of the channel is said to be obstructed with "deadheads." THOUSANDS HUNT CHICKENS Commission Wages p...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 24 August 1905
bjfflb h\ SIDE TRIPS Bemidji Neudeck Paid Fine. Walter Neudeck yesterday af ternoon paid a fine of $10 and costs before Judge Skinvik, who found him guilty of destroying the records of a school meeting at Buena Vista held July 15, Ask u leal ag^nt about the side trips to Hie nisiuy show places along the line of the Great Northern Railway "The Comfortable Way" Our Facilities for PLUMBIN of AL KINDS are Unexcelled. you Prices. Bros. TO THE Lewis & Clark Exposition For rates land further information call on your local agent or address 1. Whitney, Pass'r Traffic Mgr., St, Pauil. emidjil Is one of the Four Railway and Com mercial Centers of the Northwest offers unparalelled opportunities for Business and Manufacturing No other city of its size in the State of Minnesota has such Railway and Shipping Facilities. Lots for sale by Bemidji Townsite & Improvement H. A. SIMONS. Agent. Swedback BIdg. NAME YOUR ROUTE EAST I purchasing your tickets East^if you call for an excelllence in se...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 24 August 1905
.J. *V W fli Opposite 1 $ Largest Hotel Nor* First Class Accomn1 Races: $ 1 to $ 2 THECI- Go to Hakkeruo's for Photos. Theo. Gulickson made a busi ness trip to Keiiiher last night. Rev. Father Murphy left last night for Blackduck, where he vviil hold services today. Bel Marca cigarnone better Bemidji madetwo styles sold by all dealers. Gust Nordus, a prominent Fosstonite, is spending a few days in Bemidji with friends. Cieam for sale at Armstrong's lunch room. Attorney I. W. Langaard is in the city today from Blackduck on legal business. Sweet cream at Armstrong's. Lieutenant Alfred M. Mason of Duluth is inspecting the local army recruiting station today. Suits cleaned, repaired and pressed. Good work and prompt service. T. Baudette, Minnesota avenue. J. Bisiar returned this morn ing from Northome, where he has spent a few days on busi ness. Tom Smart has lately received a new piano mover which insures safety in moving the instru ments. He is now prepared to move pianos on short not...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 24 August 1905
X TBAT RULING ONi SWAMP LANDS Contests Cannot Be Brought on Lands Already Dis posed Of. Some inquiry has been receiv ed as to extent of the recent rul ing by the general land office as &o contests on swamp lands. The general land office ruled that in contests on swamp lands the set ter may have a right to show ihat the land is not swamp, re gardless of what the field notes show. Therefore, the field notes were accepted as prima facie -svidence, and from them there was no appeal settlers could not contest if the field notes said land was swamp, for then swamp at was and would remain .Some people have acquired the ide& that contests under this new j*pling could be brought 'on land heretofore surveyed and determ ined as swamp. This is not the /oase. Lan$ tbat has been di^ posed of is beyond attack, under ibis new ruling, It merely means, that in case a settler files "on uhsurveyed land, and the sur. yey is afterwards made showing that the land in question is swamp, the settler ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji daily pioneer. — 25 August 1905
RES 5 V*I K r" i a* y- VOLUME 3. NUMBER 10 New Idea MAGAZINES for September 5c A day and Saturday, only, each, a 98 Cents 1 lot of ladies' waists, worth up to $1.50 pad), your choice at, 50c Prints! Ginghams! Outings! lono yards standard prints, regular price 0c to 7c. colors, blue, black, grey and red. 2001) yards of fancy outing flannels IBM fall patterns worth 7c. all colors. 500 yards of apron check gingham, blue and white, black and white, and green and white. Friday and Saturday your choice of the hsi-s at 5 cents a yard. 1 lot of men's 50c summer under wear, at 39c a garment. -f 1 lot of men's outing caps, worth up to 75c, choice at 39c. Bargains in articles needed in every Home Glass measures, a handy article for Men's Furnishing Goods. A lot of men's negligee .shirts, lots where there is only two^or three of a kind, worth from $1.00 to $1.50, choice for 79 cents ea^ch i^emiaii New Street Car Terminal StationMinnesota State Fair Grounds- Grand Stand in Background. HXHMHMJHHH...