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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 27 July 1903

ft THE CITY We mix paints to older. Jones fit N. B. Stewar is dcwn from Blackduck. Maurice Conroy came up from Duluth yesterday. B. O. Rambeck of Eeynolds, N, D., is visiting in town. The best of tobaccos and cigars at the Lakeside bakery. Pies, cakes, etc., for outing lunches, at the Lakeside bakery Emil Pain and W. A. Lyon of Shevlin are registered at the City hotel. Great clearance sale on skirts and waists at the Berman Em porium. 72tf B. Bishop and son, Edward, were up from Cass Lake yes terday. Jacob Christenson and Miss Pauline Scher were in town from Buena Vista yesterday. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf County Treasurer O. J. Shinn left for Minneapolis today to have his eyes treated. Special sale on dress, goods and table linens at the Berma Emporium. 72tf O. A. Brager and wife and L. W. Larson and wife of Fosston are stopping in the city. Come to Peterson's ice cream and resting parlors for rest and comfort. Free reading room. 77 J...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 27 July 1903

HOW HE MIGHT LOSE. Millionaire Could Not See Why He Should Buy Burial Lot. Not long ago a prominent financier, whose most prominent characteristic, according to the popular opinion, is close-flstedness, was the recipient of a visit from an agent whose line it is to solicit orders for hurial lots. On emerging from the private office of the moneyed man the agent was met by a colleague who had been waiting for him, and who inquired anxiously as to the success of his in terview. The.agent, shook his head regretful ly. "No go," said he "he was afraid lie might not get the full value of his investment." "What could he mean by saying that? Confound it, a man must die some time, even though he is a mil lionaire." "That's what -I told him," replied the agent, "but he only answered, 'Suppose I should be lost at sea?'" SWISS PASTORS KEEP INNS. Are Forced Thus to Supplement Their Scanty Incomes. A note from Geneva states that a fortnight or so ago a Swiss pastor bought an inn at Ufhusen, a litt...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 29 July 1903

VOLUME NUMBER 85. A SUNDA SCHOO INSTITUTE Northern District Will |old One In Bemidji Next Week. THIS DISTRICT COMPRISES NINE COUNTIES.-V Will Open On Monday, Aug. 3. i And Continue Till Wednesday. An "At the Lake" summer school institute for the Sunday school workers of Minnesota and visitors to our lake will be held in Bemidji August 3, 4 and 5, opening on Monday next and continuing until Wednesday night. It will be under direc tion of the Minnesota Sunday School association. The state association has ar ranged for eight of the institutes, covering almost the entire state. To this end certain counties have been grouped around one summer resort, thus centralizing the efforts of the Stinday school superintendents for more effect ive service. Besides the local workers and visitors from abroad,' Mrs. J. E. Hobart, state primary superintendent, and Mr. John Orchard, state field worker, will attend each of the outlined schools. G. W. Campbell is superinten dent of the Northern district, ...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 29 July 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered in the postofflce at Bemidjl. Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes Of advertisements In The Dally Pioneer must reach this office by 10 o'clock a. m. In order to Insure their appearance In the Issue of same day. -RACE OF KEARSARGE. The so-called race of the battle ship Kearsarge across the At lantic from the English' channel to the Maine coast seems to have been an endurance, rather than a speed test. The Kearsarge was not built for speed but she was given a good coal capacity and planned for ocean cruising as extensive as her old fashioned model permitted. So far as naval experts can anticipate the con ditions of actual war, it seems probable that power to steam great distances at moderate, but sustained speed, will be more valuable than the power to make a spurt of very high speed. The Oregon is a slow battleship but she made the best recor...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 29 July 1903

3 THE CITY We mix paints toorder. Jones6t T. R. Simpson of S Paul is in town. Frank Ley is down from Black duck. L. P. Parker is in town from Blackduck. A. J. Higgins is here from Thief River Falls. C. W. Sanford arrived from Duluth last night. The best of tobaccos and cigars at the Lakeside bakery. L. H. Bailey went up to Black duck last night on business. Pies, cakes, etc., for outing lunches, at the Lakeside bakery. 0. R. Kelly of St. Cloud is transacting business in the city. Another lot of 20 cent goods, now only 10 cents at the Bazaar. T. A. Johnson and E. C. Helm of Duluth are registered at the Markham hotel. Great clearance sale on skirts and waists at the Berman Em porium. 72tf C. H. Miles will be in Bemidji for few days, arriving here the latter part of the week. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf Judge Reynolds has gone to Turtle River. He will return to Bemidji Saturday. Special sale on dress goods and table linens at the Berman Emp...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 29 July 1903

FILARIA 13 A NEW DISEASE. Responsible for the Death of Many American Soldiers. Capt. Charles Kieeffer, a United States army surgeon, says the Phil ippines are infested with mosquitoes more troublesome and dangerous from a medical point of view than those that swarm in the Jersey swamps. A strange malady known as fllaria is traced directly to them, and is com mon among the American soldiers quartered on the islands. Soldiers contract the disease by drinking water from stagnant pools in which the mosquitoes have laid their eggs. The first indication of fllaria ap pears In the form of a worm in the victim's thorax. This develops into elephantiasis, which causes the pa tient terrible pains, accompanied by a constant cough. The sufferer is worst at night, and the patient be comes a prey to insomnia. The only remedy "ilea' in an opera tion, which itself is dangerous and rarely successful. If the worm, which Is a female, is Injured "and dies through the operation, its poison gets Into the ...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 31 July 1903

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 87. Northern Pacific Issues a Schedule to Blackduck and Vicinity. INTERESTS DULUTH JOBBERS AND SHIPPERS. New Rate Schedule Will Go Into Effect Next Monday, August 3. Duluth Herald: A new rate schedule on the Northern Pacific road, which will go into effect Aug. 3, will be of a great deal of interest to Duluth jobbers and shippers. The schedule deals with rates from the Twin Cities and Duluth to Blackduck and further points on the new Minnesota & Inter national railroad, and rates from Duluth are from 2 to 8 cents per 100 pounds cheaper. A great amount of freight is being shipped up in the newly opened country, and it is a, mat ter of surprise among shippers here that the road gave Duluth the best of it, because there was never any agitation for it. The difference in mileage to these points is about twenty miles in favor of Duluth. The line has been built 18 miles past Blackduck this sum mer, and four new towns have sprung up,which caused the new schedule. The ne...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 31 July 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered in the postofflee at Bemidji. Minn as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Daily Pioneer must reach this office by 10 o'clock a. m. in order to insure their appearance in the Issue of same day. "NEED 4 BODY GUARD. When representatives of the provincial press come to Bemidji they should be placed under the care of the police and kept from entering places where their mammas would not like them to go. If this is not done they are liable to "buck the wheel," lose a couple dollars and go home and roast the town. Not that this in jures Bemidji, for it dosn't it advertises us, but it is unfair to the readers of the papers in -which the roasts appear. They come up here to see and glory in all the wickedness and when in place of this they find the best, most progressive and cultured little city in the Northwest they are disappointed. T...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 31 July 1903

Subscribe for The Pioneer. We mix paints toorder. JonesBt Harry Wocks is up from Du luth. H. 0. Noble is up from Cass Lake. Finest confectionery at the old reliable Lakeside Bakery. E. M. Smith is down from Blackduck. Follow the crowd to the Lake side bakery. It will pay you. --B..-A.- Simons-is here 'from Northome. Pies, cakes,' etc., for outing lunches, at the Lakeside bakery, A, E, Webster of Mcintosh is visiting in town. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf L. R. Moorhead of Turtle River is visiting in town. Invite your best girl to accom pany you to the Lakeside bakery ice cream parlors. Robert Neving of Neving is in town. A line of wash goods, worth up to 50 cents. While they last only 25 cents, at the Bazaar. 84 E. C. Helm of Duluth is trans acting business in the city. Come to Peterson's ice cream and resting parlors for rest and comfort. Free reading room. 77 Patrick Butler came down from Blackduck this morning. Peterson's ice cream parl...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 31 July 1903

BABIS BUTCHERED MURDEROUS POPULAR OUT- BREAK IN A SECTION OF SOUTHERN RUSSIA. RELIGIOUS REFORMERS KILLED MUTILATED BODIES DRAGGED THROUGH STREETS BY THE MOB. SOLDIER S ASSIST I N OUTRAGE S ONE OF THE VICTIMS WAS BLOWN FROM THE MOUTH OF A CANNON. London, July 31.The Times rec ords a murderous popular outbreak in the Privince of Yezd, in Southern Per sia, against the Babis or religious re formers. The position of the foreign residents was sometimes critical owing to the mob searching the Babis quarters, where foreigner missionaries resrffe. Every Babi was captured by the rab ble and butchered in whatever man ner their captors pleased. Thoir muti lated bodies were dragged through the streets, followed by exultant crowds. Plunder and outrage were carried on with the help of soldiers. The priests enjoined the populace to bring all the Babis who were still alive before themselves or the governor. The latter at first refused to give way to the mob's threats, but when his palace was surroun...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 1 August 1903

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 88. THE STAR ISLAND FIRE OUT Mayor Stein of Cass Lake And Volunteers Fought It Down. IT TOO NEARL A DA O EXTINGUISH BLAZE. Was Subdued Before Any of the Best Timber Was De stroyed. A Dispatch from Cass Lake says that Mayor George Stein, deputy fire warden, acting under instructions from Gen. Andrews, state fire warden, called out the fire department to subdue the fire raging on Star island, which is now government reserve. About thirty men responded to the call and left in the steamboat Columbia. There was a high ^wind and the boat experienced rough steaming for about one mile. Arriving at the island it was found that the fire was making rapid inroad towards the heavy tall Norway pines and some were blazing. The fire was running fiercely in the underbush and spreading rapidly. Trenches were dug and with dirt and bush es and water the fire was fought fr a long time and then beaten JJO. At the south side, for near 1 ]ty mile in patches, the fire was ning and was assis...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 1 August 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER, Publisher. Entered in the postoffice at Beinidjl, Minn, as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements In The Dally Pioneer must reach this office by 10 o'clock a. m. In order to Insure their appearance in the issue of same day. A WHOLESOME DECISION. The general land office decided, in a case carried up to it from a Western state, that in order to obtain title to a homestead claim, residence upon it must have been good faith and in actual, not technical compliance with the terms of the law. It is a thousand pities that this doctrine was notCity announced and enforced long ago. Had it been the United States would not be nearly at the end of its great supply of free land and homes for the people, but would be able to accommo date all comers for generations. There is probably no series of laws that have been subject to such shameless abuse as those under which t...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 1 August 1903

THE CITY sr )\Ve mix paints to order. Jones 6t /'Judge Spooner has returned from St. Paul. Charles E. Scott of Itasca ^county is in town. f* Judge Reynolds has returned from Turtle River. J. W. White of Park Rapids is in town on business. Finest confectionery at the old reliable Lakeside Bakery. R. L. Perry of Fargo is trans acting business in the city. Follow the crowd to the Lake side bakery. It will pay you. C. F. King, of the St. Paul Dis patch, was in the city yesterday. Pies, cakes, etc., for outing lunches, at the Lakeside bakery. Miss Henrietta Kose of Itasca county is visiting with friends in the city. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf B. F. Scott, representing S. A. Gray and company, is in the city on business. Invite your best girl to accom pany you to the Lakeside bakery ice cream parlors. Mrs. Bland of Anoka, mother of Mrs. W. F. Street, arrived in town yesterday. A line of wash goods, worth up to 50 cents. While they last only 25...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 1 August 1903

THE SMALL BOY'S LONGING. TO GET RID OF RATS. Part of the Show That Was Woefully Disappointing. Little Willie's father took him to the show. It was a variety show, end ing with a sketch called "The African Belle," in which, after a missionary had been bound to a stake by a lot of dancing savages, he is rescued by the chief's daughter after the manner of Capt. John Smith. This last part of the show Willie's father thought would please the boy immensely but the son and heir fell Into a state of gloom at its close. On the way home the fond parent inquired: "Willie, didn't you like the part where all the savages come out?" "IMo,"^ replied Willie with a sigh. "Me and the other boys play that. When you pay to go to a show I should think they might kill the missionary." PEA8 FROM PHARAOHS' TOMB. Their Product Unlike Anything Known at Present. There are bargains and finds to be made in the plant world equal to any picked up in old curiosity shops. Some time ago a Glasgow gentleman re ceived ...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 3 August 1903

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 89. IMPOSIN In the death of Mr. Street Be midji suffers an irreparable loss. He was a man of exceptional abil ity and determination. Always active in the upbuilding of Be midji, he has done more towards making it the thriving city it now is than any other one man. His place can hardly be filled. Mr. Street was 5"2 years of age. He was a native of Council Bluffs, la., and a graduate of the Nebraska State university, grad uating from that institution in 1872. He was a printer by trade and after his graduation spent several years in and about St. Cloud. His first wife was Miss Greeley of Maine Prairie. She bore him a son and daughter, both of whom are now living. He married Miss Etha D. Bland of Anoka June 8, 1903. Mr. Street was admitted to the practice of law at St. Paul in 1879, and later opened an office at St. Cloud. Successively he was a practicing attorney of Sauk Rapids and Royalton, also I W. F. .Street's Funeral Yesterday Was Attended by a Vast Throng of Peop...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 3 August 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD VISER. Publisher. Entered in the postofflce at Bemidji. Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Daily Pioneer must reach this office by o o'clock a. in. In order to insure their appearance in the issue of same day. CLEVELAND IN THE WEST. The Tribune printe:! yesterday an outline of a letter to the JS ton Herald, dwelling oa the great, popular strength of Grover Cleveland in the west. It was written by a German pastor of Chicago, wha avers that he has special knowledge of public feel ing in the states of Illinois, Wis consin, Iowa, Missouri, Minne sota and Indiana. In all these states he believes that, aside from the politicians, Cleveland is stronger among the democrats than any other candidate, and would gain far- more republican votes than any other democrat. We suspect that this is true. The stat3s named were the stronghold of Cleveland in 1BS...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 3 August 1903

We mix paints toorder. Jones6t T. J. Burke of Sohvay is in town. D. F. Conhaim is here from St. Paul. C. M. Richardson is in town from Shevlin. Lewis Lohn of Fosston spent Sunday in town. B. L. Bentson came up from Duluth yesterday. Finest confectionery at the old reliable Lakeside Bakery. T. K. Hicks arrived from Du luth this morning. J. G. Morrison of the Red Lake agency is in town. Follow the crowd to the Lake side bakery. It will pay you. Theo. Nelson of Shevlin is visiting in the city. Wm. Horan was down from Blackduck yesterday. Pies, cakes, etc., for outing lunches, at the Lakeside bakery. E. H. Reff of Bagley is visiting friends in the city. H. O. Simons arrived from Northome yesterday. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf Ed Gallagher returned to Moose this afternoon. H. E. Sturdevant of Tenstrike was in town yesterday. J. M. Graham of Duluth is registered at the Markham. Invite your best girl to accom pany you to the Lakeside bakery ice...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 3 August 1903

BRIDGE GIVES HAY HUNDRED8 OF PEOPLE PRECIPI- TATED INTO THE RIVER AT PORTLAND, OR. THREE DROWNED, MAN INJURED WHILE WATCHING- AN ARMLESS MAN SWIM THE WILLAM- ETTE RIVER. BRIDGE WAS OL AN ROTTEN HAD BEEN CONSIDERED UNSAFE ALTHOUGH IT WAS NOT CONDEMNED. Portland, Or., Aug. 2.While hun dreds of people stood on the Morrison street bridge yesterday to see Clarence Lutz, an armless man, swim across the Willamette river, a section of the bridge collapsed, precipitating more than 100 people forty feet into the river. Minnie Raymond Lottie B. Cameron and Edward Shark were drowned, five persons are missing and eighty persons were injured. Many fell on two house boats moored to a pier immediately under the spot where it gave way. Several persons were injured by striking on house boats, while others were hit by falling timbers. Many fell from the roofs of the house boats into the water, where dozens of small boats and launches picked them up As Lutz was finishing his swim the rowd rushed to the...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 4 August 1903

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 90. MATTERS BEFORE THE COUNCIL Several Questions of Minor Importance Acted Upon Last Night. CITY ASKED TO MAKE ADJUST- MENT WITH THE BAND. Ladies of G. A. R. Ask That Pado ga in Park be Im- proved. The council Last night voted to issue a license toT. J. Miller and company permitting them to run an employment agency in Be midji. The license fee of $100 was paid and necessary bonds put up- The agency will probab ly commence business this week. The matter of paying the band for services rendered during the G. A. R. encampment was brought up. The G. A. R. people asked the city to adjust the mat ter in some way. It seems that there has been a misunderstand ing on the money question. The bill was laid over to the ^next meeting to give the committee having the band in charge during the encampment time to reach some agreement with the leader. Trustee Bowser held that the council would be overstepping the limit in making the adjust ment, as the city was not con cerned. The L...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 4 August 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, EDWARD KAISER, Publisher. Entered in the postofflce at Bemidji, Mian. as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Dally Pioneer must reach this office by 10 o'clock a. m. in order to insure their appearance in the issue of same day. NO SUCCESSOR. Dispatches from Rome state that no successor to Leo XIII has yet been chosen. The con clusion is drawn that the strength of the leading candidate remains unbroken and that no compro mise candidate has yet appeared. And there is no indication of how long this condition of affairs will continue. The prolongation of the contest has aroused tre mendous public interest, if in deed not excitement. Every trace of that apathy v*rhich POUR fol- lowed the death of the late pope has vanished and instead there now exists a burning interest in everything pertaining to the election of his successor. officials of the towa Oof Bowstring ...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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