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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 6 August 1896

TOWN TALK. Hot! Hot! Mr. find Mi's, M. Hanson, Foaston, arc in.the city. Perrey Thompson has bought yoke of oxen. M. I). Titus made a bu IBOSS made a trip to Park Rapids Tuesday Chap. Wells was a visiror ill Park Rapids this A eolc. Ed. McLaughlin, of Turtle Lake, was a visitor in Bemidji Monday. M. E Carson made a trip to Cass lake this week. Jos Wagner,-who has been in Park Rapids for the past three months, returned last Suuday. A spaeial school meeting will be held at Malzhan's hali Satur day c-.-AiiUg. Mrs. M. Carson, Mrs. Farley and daughter Cora, returned from Moose last Saturday. For LEGAL PLANKS and NOTE BLANKS call at this office. Carson Pros, received about 200 bushels of blueberries this week, Geit and family spent several days in the country this week. Frank Lorigeoy was in Park Rapids this week. Frank will file on a claim. B. Bardwell left Monday for Fosston with a wagon load of blueberries. Road Overseer Murphy with a crew of men are repairing the cordnroy oil the sout...

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. — 6 August 1896

*JT I fSemidjt iotm KDW. KAISKn & CO. Publishers BEMTDJI MINN. Chicago is going to build the loftiest tower In the world, in which a theater will be located. It is not promised that the plays to be produced will maintain high art. The doctors hope to save the life ot Jasper Long of Columbia, Mo., who drank six ice cream sodas and four plain sodas without stopping. The drink curse seems to be on the increase In Missouri. The fight in Cuba has become a tri angular OHOSpaniards against Cu bans, and the yellow fever against both, with Yellow Jack winning the most victories. The natives now seem to suffer as much as the invaders. An immense map of the heavens is about completed by the astronomers, which shows 2,000,000 out of the 30,- 000,000 stars. This does not include the dramatic stars, some of whom are not worth cataloguing. The visit of the shadazt to England was expensiveto India. In the home charges of the Indian government for ti^ year ending March 81, 1897, the following It...

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. — 6 August 1896

1 I I i i BftYAN IS CHOSEN DEMO RATIO NOMINEE IS NOMINAT- ED IJY THE POPULISTS. Ilecclvea Over Thousand Vote on the First B:illot to USt tor Mr. NortonIgnntlna Donnelly Se- cnrei One Vote, Coxey One and Dcl EightComplete Report ot the Proceedings. St. Louis, July l!2.Tbe national con vention of the People's party was call ed to order by Chairman Tauheneck, of the executive committee, shortly after 12 o'clock to-day. ltev. W. L. Smith of St. Louis opened groceedinj by invoking the divine lessins:. Chairman Taubeueck introduced Gov. SESATOR MAHlOtf BUTXER. The Temporary Chairman. Stone of Missouri, who made a short address of welcome. Ignatius Donnelly of Minnesota re sponded to Gov. Stone's speech. Mr. Donnelly spoke gracefully, paying a high compliment to St. Louis and elo quently describing the majestic Mis sissippi and the vast country tributary to it. In introducing Senator Butler, as temporary ch.iirman, Mr. Taubeneck 6aid that Mr. Butler had been selected by the national commit...

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. — 6 August 1896

'I- *rq&'-.~SEi,i-Vi n \j^ 'JLi ^P3*? BMiiili Wnm. KMV. KAIS.BR A- CO., PUII\^)K- l'I Hl.iMJKJ! EVBl:\ TJil (ISDAV. Terms--*!,00 Per Year, in Advance Entered In the postofilrtc ,-.t 3emldjl, a? cec ond class m.ttt v- j^r.prr.LioA N TICKET. &':- PreWltfent* WM. MCKIN],EY Ohio Vice-President. G. A. IJoTtAKT Nov/Jersey st:.:- Ticket. For Governor. I). M. OiiOvan Minneapolis For Lieutenant Governor JOHN L. GIBDS Freeborn County For Attorney General. K. W 0nn,ns St. Paul Secretary of State. ALBERT BERG Chisago bounty For Treasurer* A. T. KcSKitBH LitefenVld The balloon tfesves liavhiu bad a ^vl.at lengthy liuiufi. the liooi) I! arc next to appear. Two of the latest Parisian fashion journals so an nounce, and fashion's decrees arc In violable. The new boopskirt dees not differ to any great extent from those worn during the days of the republican court by Mrs. Washington, Mrs. Alex ander Hamilton, Mrs. John .lay, Mia. Harrison Gray Otis, and by many oth ers. The bigger they are, th...

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. — 1 April 1897

I TV TOWN TALK. F.'ir weather. The crow is with us again. Newton Holroyd is expected to arrive in Bemidji Sun-lay. Geo. Gould and Fredericks left for Crookstou yesterday. Tom and John Wilcox, of Lake George, was in town Saturday last. Torn of Park Rapids, called on friends in this city last week. Geo. Rogers, Jo Wagner and M. E. Carson were in Park Rapids this week. Mrs. W Spaulding and chil dren, of Minneapolis, are visiting Mrs. Wra. Barrie. Mrs. and Mrs. A. Rogers, Miss Cora Rogers and Mrs. N Holroyd. arrived in Bemidji Monday, from Sheldon, N D. They will make this city thier homo in the futnre. When a man refuses to endorse a note for a friend, he loses his frieud when he consents, he loses his money. The senate has ignored the wishes of the people of Beltrami Cass counties, the legislature and there own committee. Surely a strong influence has heen at work there.Thirteen Town s. An unusually large payment will be made to the Mississippi on Whi te Ear th and Red Lake reservatio...

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. — 1 April 1897

me feiwtlji mm. EDW. KAISER & CO. I'nMlshe.-s BEMIDJI MINN. The more the doctors beoom* xpwt the more they disagree. The neck of the Rubber Trust should he reached as soou as possible. The fun a man has on the quiet 18 the kind that really nourisaes him. The more victories Gen. Weyler re ports, the more re-enforcements he calls for. There is nothing like looking cheer ful when you cannot help things be ing as they are. Only the rich or prominent enjoy the luxury of receiving all the blame to which they are entitled. The man who knows enough to be decent need not sit up nights to rem edy other defects in his edacatlon. The fact that a man is busier than other people is apt to cause him to acquire the idea that he is more useful. The Iron Ore association has dwin dled down to a combination of Carne gie and Rockefeller, but it is still hefty. The demand for good roads is heard In all parts of the union, and if there's any virtue in demanding a thing we shall got them. It was the Bu...

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. — 1 April 1897

Kr. irs y. i 'la- ter SO- ry up- so- irk- he I is te ie 1- 3. 3 i Awarded Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. DR CREAM BAKBN6 POWDER A Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD The Safe Way, Mr. SeaddsI've made half a million out of the stock market. SpattsTell me how SeaddsBy keeping outNew York Jourcal. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT. Take Laxative Brcmo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money If it falls to cure. 260 Perfectly Sound-Proof. Realty Agent (exhibiting flat, beam ingly)To prove to you that the walls a re perfectly sound-proof, I have just run over into the next flat and told the gentleman there to play the piano. Mr. Flatbush (wearily)Yes my wife and I heard you telling him to play ve ry softlyPuck. Spain's agricultural Implements are the tame as those used in the time of Caesar. This is one reason to account for that country's wretched condition. Just try a lOo box of Cascarets, candy cathartic, the flnest liver and bowel regulat...

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. — 1 April 1897

no .oaiiiiji llOIftfi EDV KAISER & CO., Publishers ffraLISHEt) EVERY Tin'RSUAY. Tenn.-itfl.'.O Per Yci.r in Advance. fcnisrod In the postoiOco at Bemldji, as sec ond Irsa matter. Three Years. Senator Smith introduced a bill :i very volominotis document which has a title ten lines Ibng a ml providing for protection and propagation of the fish and game of the state. The bill abolishes the existing game and fish com mission and substitutes a game warden at a salary of $1,800. The warden is to be appointed by May 1, The most impotent, provision ih the bill says that no person kill or have in his possession any deer elk, moose or caribou within three Years after the passage of the law. This carries with it a general recodification of all the laws. N persons are allowed to hunt with dogs any deer, elk or caribou un der the law. No person is allowed to enter standing grain not his own to hunt no trout is to be caught between September and May. In other respects the law regulating fishe...

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. — 8 April 1897

ff. VOL 2. NO. 4. TOWN TALK. F. Doud its in Fos-ston. C. Bush left for Park Rapids this morning. J. Hines, of Langor, was in town tltis week. G. Peterson, of Beuna Vista, was in Bemidji Tuesday. The Bemidji saw mill shut down today after a short run. Geo. McNiglit, of Beuna Vista, spent Tuesday in town. The Little Mississippi river is reported to be higher now than it was a year ago. W. f. Grieve, of Sheldon, N. D., is in the city, the guest of A. Rogers and family. Jack Washburn left this morn ing for Wadena, where he will visit with friends i for several weeks. "Lou" Holroyd, of Sheldon, N D., is with us again. Mr. Hol royd and family will reside with us in the future. It has been decided in New York by a court of justice that tobacco is an article of necessity rather than a luxury. The contract for carrying the Beuna Vista and Langor mail has been awarded to Freeman Doud, of this city. Consideration, $2 per trip. A. Rogers and family of Shel don, N. N., came up last Friday evenin...

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. — 8 April 1897

lw fjcmidji gwtfjtefc EDW. KAISKlt & CO. rubllslio.-s OEMIDJ1 MINN. People of splendid appearance sel dom improve on acquaintance. It Is intimated that Lexow -will not be chary about sitting down on the rattan trust. As tin Is used In making the new gold, let us hope that the old tin can problem is now solved. An evangelist named Pepper is con verting many sinners in Missouri. His sermons are said to be "hot stuff." In Boston it is considered quite out of the common for a man to shut up his store on the day of his mother's funeral. Electricity is the most shocking dis covery yet made. It will shock the most brazen-faced men or women in the dark. If this thing keeps up, a state of bel ligerency will have to be recognized between the American correspondents now in Cuba. With a full-fledged king on its staff, that New York paper may manage to print a little truth. "Uneasy He3 the head that wears a crown." Never bear more than one kind of trouble at a time. Some people bear three ki...

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. — 8 April 1897

I I write to let ya:i know how pleased I am witn /your sarsaparilla. I I felt very weak and tired last month, and went, as U3ual,toget 's sarsa parilla, and did not know but Dad "8 until 1 got home, when I found I had yours. And pleased 1 am that I got yours, for it ma de me rugged and strong sooner than 's, and o strong that I set to work, alone.to turn a house round. I moved this house its full length, and then 16 feet back. Quito an wmli-v i taking for one man. Bu it WHS your .sarsaparilla that gave i strength to do it. shall alwa ys take it in future."THOS. WARO, Hill St., Oliphant, Pa.. Dec. 28,1895. WEIGHTY WORDS FOR Ayer's Sarsaparilla. "Here is a horrible'story in the paper about a woman who put arsenic in her husband's coffee," said Mr. Lush- forth, who was, just a that time, in the sentimental stage of his daily ine- briation. "You wouldn't serve your poor hubby such a trick a that, would you, dear?" "Of course not,"' said Mrs. Lushforth "if I wanted to poison you, I would...

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. — 8 April 1897

--OS? asatzx/wiBzrJir?* #1 aawe* Hie ltalji Pioneer EDW. KAISER & CO.. Publishes Pl-BMSIIED EVEKY TIHRSDAY. TermsSI.50 Per Year in Advance. fentorod In the postofflcc atUsmlcfjl, as sec ond Irss matter. Fjssttm Congratulates Beltrami C-..uuty Her Success. Thirteen wns The need of and reasons for secur ing organization have too often been stated to need repeating and the history of the work leading up to the figltt and of the battle itself would nil a volume. Through it "all their clianipiou, W. F. Street, has proved himself to be a hard worker, a thorough [politician and a persistent fighter. To him and Mr. Mc Gurry (Cass county's rep resentative in the "third house") is due the credit'of carrying the effort through to a successful end and Beltrami and Cass counties will be juider lasting obligations to these gentlemen. As there is not the slightest doubt of the willingness of the Governor to sign the bill as soon as it reaches him, these counties will soon be organized. The las...

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. — 15 April 1897

VOL. 2. NO. 5. TOWN TALK. Guy Itemore was in Park Rapids this week. W. C. Barrie was in town to day. J. Cyr. of Buena Vista, was in town Monday. Ole Oleson pulled out of Be midji Tuesday. The water in the lake continues to rise. Chas. Bjork, of Will mar, is in the city. FredEhmann, of Buena Vista, was transacting business in town today. Part of the corduroy, near Carr's bridge, floated away last week. Tlie governor has set apart Fri day, April 30, for the observance of Arbor day. The board of county commis sioners will meet in Bemidji about April 26th. Geo. Labrie, of Buena Vista, spent Saturday night in Bemidji, while on his way to Park Rapids. Joe Steidl is building a house on his claim, two miles northeast of town. Mrs. C. Bush and son left Wed nesday for Fargo, N. D., where she will yisit with her daughter. W. B. Murray, of Langor, was in town today and filed on 160 acres of land in township 150, range 30. Bert Bardwell, who has been visiting relatives in Eagle Bend the past win...

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. — 15 April 1897

Ihe ffmifljt fiflwm. EUW. KAISEK & CO. Publishes BEM1DJI MINN. The melancholy days for many ofllco eekers are hero. Mr. Gage lis declared to be the hand somest man In the new cabinet. They ean't beat Chicago. There is a bright side to everything. The city 01 Canton, Ohio, is now enjoy ing a brass band famine. A trust has been formed by the man ufacturers of bourbon whisky. Th to pers of the land have determined to put it down. Turkey claims to have bought three American ironclads. Th sultan evi dently wishes to discover a few more Band-bars in the Mediterranean. Mr. Cleveland is now experiencing the exclusiveness that is accorded an x-president. Nobody pays the least attention to the number of ducks he kills. the way who is it that is trying to recover the American flags capture^'. by the Mexicans during the war with that country? There has certainly been no governmental action taken in that direction. A preacher at Normal, 111., says he tises beer because he is suffering from n...

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. — 15 April 1897

Awarded Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. A Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. an.n nun i in in in SUSS" mm Reminded Her. Mr. GadleyMy dearest, in that dress, with that cluster of rosebuds in rour hair and that tender, dreamy HgQt In your eyes, you look as young as you did when I first saw you. It seems to me that every year brings some new charm, some additional grace in your manner. I tell you, there are tew wo men in the world who could retain the freshness, the beauty, the Mrs. Gadley (wearily)I had forgot ten that the lodge meets to-night. Hen ry, please be careful of the milk-pitch er, when you come up the steps in the iT'Orning, will you? A Guarantee. A gentleman was traveling from Car lisle to London, when the train sud denly pulled up at Bletehley. Gentleman (to guard)Shall I have time to get a drink? "Yes, sir." "Can you give me a guarantee?" "Yes, sir I'll take one along with ou.''Ans wers. Origin of Blankets. In the reign of E...

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. — 15 April 1897

The MM\\ Pioneer KDW. KA.ISE11 & CO.. ^Wishers PI IILISHKI' EVEKY THTIISDAY. Tonus$1.50 Per Year in Advance. fcnterod In the postoffice at BomldJI, as sec ond Irss matter. THE C031MISSIONERS. The county of Beltrami is now an organized territory. The act passed became a law on the 28th of March, and on that day the officers of Becker county ceased to have jurisdiction over us. Taxes paid to the treasurer of Becker county, after that date, for Bel trami county,fchould be refunded to the owners by that official, or else will be accounted for as cash on hand to the future treasurer of this county. After that date, no Becker county official could draw a cent money from Beltrami county funds, nor could the treas urer of Becker county dispense a dollar of Beltrami county funds. This is the consummation of long laid and long-worked-for plans for local government. The people of Beltrami county have no reason to waste sympathy on any Becker county official for the loss of his 'pick-up" sa...

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. — 22 April 1897

TOWN TALK. Boating is now in order. F. Dond left for Be una Vista yesterday. Beuna Vista is to haye another general store. Geo. Labrie was in town over Saturday night. Jack Fought leaves Sunday for his claim near Moose. Oliver Keay, of Pa rk Rapids, was with us this week. Bill Barrie says he has a "cinch" on the county seat. Earl Carson is having the inter ior of his house beautified. All the ice has disappeared from the south end of Lake Bemidji. Jack Washburn returned from Wadena last Thursday evening. Tarns Bixby stands a good show of being the next treasurer of the United States. Several of our boys left this week for the "drives" up in Black Duck country. Clearing land and putting in garden seeds is what the people in this vicinity are now doing. The Ladies Aid society meets next Thursday afternoon with Mrs Geo. McTaggart. All members are requested to be present. rl Frank Street was in town last week, he left Sunday for LVd Lake agency where he will have some business with the ...

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. — 22 April 1897

v=*J.WI M\\t ffomtdjt iauejer. ROW. KAISER & CO. PablMMM REMID.Tl MINN. Tb rault finder is color blind to vir tue. Every man Is a giant in the eye3 of -some boy. The little things overlooked rob our lives of joyful strength. An old bachelor resembles a pair of *clssors with only one blade. The empress of Austria agrees with -the anli-cigaret crusaders. She smokes cigars. "When Greek meets Greek, then comes the tug of war," a Greek name being 6o convenient as a rope. Gladstone is said to have become very deaf. Still, he can hear the cries of Christians in Crete better than Sal isbury. A Chicago pool-room Is entered through a Chicago alderman's saloon, and no policeman seems to be able to find the way to it. After expressing unqualified confi dence In its own probity, the Idaho Legislature adjourned sine die. It is seldom a legislature turns State's evi dence. A new political party is to be organ ized next summer, we are told. This Is, indeed, gratifying news. If there is anything...

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. — 22 April 1897

mimi Every ingredient in Hires Rootbcer is hcalth'l giving. The blood is I improved, the ncrvcsl soothed, the stomach! 1 benefited by this delicious'] beverage. HIRES Rootbeer Quenches the thirst, tickle9 the palate full of snap, sparkle 'and effervescence. A temper ance drink for everybody. llado only bj The Charles E. I] ires Co., Philadelphia, 1 package makes five gallon*. Keeps both riier and saddle per fectly dry in the hardest storms. Substitutes will disappoint. Ask for 1897 Fish Brand Pommel Slicker it is entirely new. If not for sale In your town, write for catalogue to A. J. TOWER, Boston, Mass. ^V Write nil at once Tor Jinn-lsoma Catalogue!, Frrr, of TOKO, PHKJIO, and lit M.'SKVK Cameras. Fosaeaiion of an Instru nimt mean* solid enlofment all Hummer. Prices, SS-oOup. JOHN II. KJt til CO., .lSmi.-rii Photographic lp antes and supplies. 114 s. Mirth Strei'l, 1IIN \F UMH.IS, no. r&Mto^ CURE CONSTIPATION tCV)&QV&4'Wj Regulate liver and bowels, cure Z*S Kick headac...

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. — 22 April 1897

AS The Bemidji Pioneer EIW KAJSBB & CO.. rubiislic-is VLHLISIJKD RVEKY THl'KJBDAY, TermsSI.50 Per Year in Advance Entered In th postoffice at EJemldJI, as sec ond Irss matter. No sane man looks for the pros perity of 189^ to spread over ike land ill a day, a week, a month or (i year, but that it is coming none will doubt, and that evidences of its return are abundant to himgame who is not willfully bli'd cannot be denied.Brainerd Tribue. S A 1EKT8j IN MINN E &OTA. During the lart eight years] the Minnesota Agricultural Experi ment Station has carried on quite extensive experiments to determine the adaptability of Minnesota's soil and climate to the growing of sugar beets. Beets have been grown at the station each year and farmers in nearly every coun ty in the state have been induced to make the experiment. The. general average of sugar extracted in the eight years was over 14 per cent, the purity average being 8o per cent. For sugar making pur poses, an expert says, the bee...

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