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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 20 September 1900

t.* 3J ,'"v Just received a fine1 piSK & SILVER, ft 1 S5? st-.? Y^'"4~ AiMl Z/ The bloom is on the pumpkin, The doom is on the vine: Our bapks with cold are humping The pickle's in the brine. The bobwhite blows his whistle, The partridge beats his drum The fur is off the thistle, The iceman's on the bum. But what's the use of talking When colder weather comes. SCOTT. The Jeweler. The county jail building is having its heating plant remodeled. Mrs. J. H. Haner is visiting in Fosston, where her mother is quite sick. Baskets and lard tubs at Richard's store 10c each. O'LEARY & BOWSER. Mrs. McElroy's buildingRoyal Palace 6aloonii being moved further west on Second street. line of Keefers for boys at Burton's. The city has decided to put in about five blocks of new watermains in the vicinity of the school house. Millwood at Manger's mill for fifty cents a load. Leave your orders at Manger's office. WantedJack pine and Tamarack cord wood at the Boston Store at highest market price...

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. — 20 September 1900

C. W. HASTINGS. President. C. P. SHELDON. Vice-Pies. Every Accommodation Consistent with Con servatlve Banking will be Granted. Business Solicited. Fire Insurance. Extraordinary Announcement To the Shoe Buyers of the West. The traveling men of that enter prising and well known Shoe Man ufacturing House O. G-OTZIAN & CO. are now going out with the most complete line of next season's shoe samples. Nothing has ever been shown that can compare with these lines in Novelty, Durability and Reliability. Prices are the lowest ever quot ed on first class goods specially adapted for Western Trado. O NOT place your orders until you see the lines offered by C. GOTZAN & CO, 3*A N AC TUB EK S, ARCHITECTURAL WORK Upon Application. Just try Booth's Pokegama Boquet. A Good Smoke. Delicious Flavor. Sold by the Leading Merchants and Dealers. Manufactured by Geo. Booth, Grand Rapids, Minn Take Home *.&- (r A. P. WHITE Cashier. P. J. KENNEDY, Ah -1. Cash. BANK OF BEMIDJI, Bemidji, Minnesota. ...

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. — 27 September 1900

I &W 1 Woodme Blow-out. Tuesday evening the Modern Woodmen and Royal Neighbors had a joiut oyster banquet and social gathering at their hall, and without doubt it was the biggest lodge event of the season. Near ly 150 members of these orders, their families and friends dropped, in, and if variety is the spice of life, they had their systems well seasoned. Tables had been constructed the full length of the hall, and chairs lined along the four sides of the hall. In eatables and everything else, ample arrangements bad been made to accommddate the crowd in true Woodmen style. The first hour was devoted to confi dential tete-a-tete. A lodge hymn opened the show, then A.M. Gree ley mounted the rostrum and an nounced that he would endeavor to entertain until the oysters were ready for the table. 'But the oys ters were stubborn, and he spent nearly half an hour in reciting dialect and pathetic selections before the relief squad arrived. The table was set three times, and during the sec...

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. — 27 September 1900

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered in the postoflice at Bemidji as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERT TIICRSDAY. Official Paper. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President WILLLAM MCKINLEY. For Vice-President THEODORE ROOSEVELT. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Congress, Sixth District PAGE MORRIS. JUDICIAL TICKET. For Judge, 15th District W S. McCLENAHAN. STATE TICKET. Governor Samuel R. Van Sant. Lieut. Governor Lyndon A. Smith. Secretary of State Peter E. Hansen. Treasurer Julius H. Block. Attorney General. ...W. B. Douglas. Chief Justice C. M. Start. Associate Justice L. W. Collins. Railway and Warehouse Commls Chas. F. Staples, 2 years J. G. Miller, 4 years IraB. Mill*, 4years. LEGISLATIVE TICKET. For Representative, lst district: CHARLES G. RAPP. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: Wm. McCuaig, First District John McDougald, Second District F. O. Sibley, Third District: Ed Galla gher, Fourth District W. J. John son, Fifth District. I ANNOUNCEMENTS. County Commissioner. I hereby ...

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. — 27 September 1900

Kr" J* kilt The bloom is on the pumpkin, The doom is on the vine: Our backs with cold are humping1 The pickle's in the brine. The bobwhite blows his whistle. The partridge beats his drum The fur is off the thistle, The iceman's on the bum. But what's the use of talking When colder weather comes. SCOTT, The Jeweler. For Novelties apd SouveLirs see Jones & Ross. Fosston County fair all the rest of this week. Beltrami will have a county fair this year, as soon as the snow balls are ripe. Iron and Wood Turning and Band Sawing at Miller's A. P. Blom was down from Spauld ing Friday. He reported rOade as the worst ever. Dr. Umland, of Fosston, will be at Hotel Remore, Monday afternoon and Tuesday forenooon of each week. Dad Palmer was in town the first of the week. He says Turtle River vil lage is ready to pull up stakes and climb the band wagon for some town si* ,i along the railway extension. The Scanlon-Gipson dam. at the ^outlet of Cass Lake, was blown out owing to the exceedingly ...

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. — 27 September 1900

C. W. HASTINGS. President. O. P. SHELDON. Vico-Pres. A. P. WHITE Cashier. F. J. KENNEDY, Asst. Cash. BANK OF BEMIDJI, Bemidji, Minnesota. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Every Accommodation Consistent with Con servatlve Banking will be Granted. Business Solicited. Fire Insurance. Extraordinary Announcement To the Shoe Buyers of the West. The traveling men of that enter prising and well known Shoe Man ufacturing House C. G-OTZIAN & CO. are now going out with the most complete line of next season's shoe samples. Nothing has ever been shown that can compare with these lines in Novelty, Durability and Reliability. Prices are the lowest ever quot ed on finst class goods specially adapted for We6texn Trade. DO NOT place your orders until you see the lines offered by C. GOTZAN CO, MANUPACTUUEK8, ST. PHUL, MINN. Stock for Sale. When you buy hogs, sheep or fowls, yq,u can buy the best almost as cheap as scrubs I have Polan China and Berkshire hogs, Schropshire sheep I have over 150 email sucki...

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. — 4 October 1900

F-J VOL. 5. NO. 31. National Bank. The Bank of Bemidji was re-organ ized from a private concern to a na tional bank basis with a capitalization of $35,000 last July, but red-tape pro ceedings in Washington delayed mat ters until this week. On Monday the bank opere 1 as a National bank, President Hastings and Vice-president Sheldon being present to give it a for ward shove. This places the bank on the soundest kind of a financial basis, and is a good advertisement to the village. This bank was established in Oecembir, 1897, before the first railroad struck Bemidji, and has been a stronar factor in building up the town. With ample capital and strong backing, it has always pursued con servative methods and won the confi dence of all.' The-officers are: C. W. Hastings, of Minneapolis P. P. Sheiden, of Grand Rapids A. P. White, cashier and F. J. Kennedy, assistant cashier, of Bemidji. Dr. W. L. Lewis, Lawrenceville, Va. writes, "I am using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in my practice among severe...

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. — 4 October 1900

CHAPTER IX.~(CoBTijiDBD.) Any i rong degree of passion lends, even to the dullest, the forces of Imag ination. And now as he dwelt on what was probably awaiting him .at the end of hi.-, distressful driveJohn, who saw thing little, remembered them less, and could not have described them at all, beheld in his mind's eye the gar den of the Lodge, detailed as in a map Jie went to and fro in itt feeding his terrors he saw the hollies, the, snowy ^orders, the paths where he Tiad sought Alan, the high, conventual w4H3, the sjhut doorwhat! was the door shut? Ay, truly, he had shut itshut in his raoney, his escape, his fflture lifeshut jfc with these hands, BJM,'honi! could' ^ov open it! He heard the snap of the ^wring-lock like something bursting in Itfs brain, and sat as stunned. i Aad then he woke again, terror jar through his vitals. This was no etobeidle he must be up and doing, |e must think. Once at the end of this Idiculous cruise once at the Lodge Jfoor, there should he nothing for ...

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. — 4 October 1900

California has had the greatest stage drivers the wprld has known. Indeed stage driving in its perfection developed there, says a correspondent. The pioneers of the profession came hither from Mexico during the gold excitement. Mexico was the birth place of American staging of the wild order that prevailed for a generation in California, Nevada, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. For years the Mexi can mails had been carried from Vera Cruss on the, gulf coast to the City of Mexico in great, ponderous, antiquated Spanish mail coaches, with nine mules in a team and postilion drivers riding the animals. There was not a man in all Mexico at the close of the Mex ican war who could drive a six-horse team. Then Don Jose Saratusa got the contract from the government to carry the mails between the City of Mexico and Vera Cruz, and ho sent to Troy, N. Y., and to Concord,' N. H., for modern coaches and,to the moun tain districts of New York and of the south for skillful stage drivers... The chosen ...

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. — 4 October 1900

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered In the postoflice at Bemidji as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY. Official Paper. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President WILLI^M MCKINLEY. For Vice-President THEODORE ROOSEVELT. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Congress, Sixth District PAGE MORRIS. JUDICIAL TICKET. For Judge, 15th District W S. MCCLENAHAN. STATE TICKET. Governor Samuel R. Van Sant. Lieut. Governor Lyndon A. Smith. Secretary of State Peter E. Hansen, Treasurer Julius H. Block. Attorney General W. B. Douglas. Chief Justice C. M. Start. Associate Justice L. W. Obllins. Railway and Warehouse Commis -Chas. F. Staples, 2 years J. G. Miller, 4 years IraB. Mills, 4years. LEGISLATIVE TICKET. For Representative, 81-st. district: CHARLES G. RAPP. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: Wm. McCuaig, First District John McDougald, Second District F. O. Sibley, Third District Ed Galla gher, Fourth District W. J. John son, Fifth District. ANNOUNCEMENTS, County Commissioner. I hereby anno...

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. — 4 October 1900

I-, I i Yi v i i^^iy^^LSVV HOUP AND REV MOLE S OPERA HOUSE Monday Night. SCOTT. The Jeweler. Mrs. Chas. Crump went to Minne apolis Friday. For Novelties and Souvenirs see Jones & Ross. 3 J. J. Jinkinson returned Saturday from a week'e sojourn between Fosston and Grand Forks. i i| Dr. Umland, of Fosston, will be atLittle Hotel Remore, Monday afternoon and Tuesday forenoon of each week. Speaking of the Bemidji band, the Minneapolis Journal says "This band is winning a fine reputation under its new leader Professor J. Speare." For Yarns, Outing Flannel, Fleece Lined Wrapper Under and Over Skirts, go to O'LEARY & BOWSER. Had the Electric Light Co. been so obliging as to turn on the light, their lampless patrons would have been made happy when it was so dark M4st Monday afternoon. To do office work wa6 nearly impossible. Dr. Hanlon of Cass Lake came over ^^esterday with C. A. Niles, a brake man, who had caught his foot in a frog at the yards there. The foot was amputated below th...

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. — 4 October 1900

%kt emidj i mm. KAISER GREEkY. Publisher*. BEMIDJI, g1" MINNESOTA. You cannot dream yourself into a character you must hammer and forr^e yourself one. Berlin had nearly a million visitors last year, while Vlennarhad only 387,- 000 and Hamburg 278,960. Love is the wondrous angel of life that rolls away all the stones of sor row and suffering from the pathway of duty. It takes a lifetime of experience to teach us that we are our own best friend that we are our own worst .enemy we never learn. Nothing simplifies life like obedi ence. We sometimes thiuk we are be set by problems, that life is a very difficult and complicated affair. It Is not really so. All life is simply doing or bearing the will of God. There "is never more than one duty for one mo ment. The pressure of trade competition during the last decade has prompted Great Britain to utilize an extraordi nary method of impressing foreign traders with her superiority. The new scheme Is to scatter broadcast over the commercial wor...

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. — 4 October 1900

Tllli MARKETS. Intent (Jim:.,(h,ns rviiiii Grain mid Live Stnote Center**. St. Paul, Sept. 28. Wheat No. 1 Northern, TU 3-4@80 l-2c No. 2 Northern, 78 1-4 7&c. Corn No. 3 yellow, :391-20iOc No. 3, 39@39 l-2c. OatsNo. 3 white, 24 3-4 25 l-4c No. 3, 24 1-40 24 3-4c. Seeds Timothy. $1.65@1.90. clover, $4.75@5.50. flax, $1.55@1.56. Minneapolis, Sept. 28.WheatNo.- 1 hard, 82c No. 1 Northern, 80c No. 2 Northern, 78 3-4c. Corn No. 3 yellow, 3Sl-2r39c No. 3, 38@38 l-2e. OatsNo. 3 white, 22 1-2 24c No. 3, 22 1-4^33 l-4c. RyeNo. 1, 49S51c No. 2, 4850c. BarleyPeed grades, 38 41c malting grades, 4146c. Duluth, Sept. 27.WheatNo. 1 hard, 83 3-4c No. 1 Northern, 81 3-4c No. 2 Northern, 70 3-4c No. 3 spring, 73 3-4c to arrive, No. 1 hard, 83 3-4c No.' 1 Northern, 813-4c September, No. 1 [Northern, S13-4c December, No. 1 Northern, 811-2c May, No. 1 Northern, 811-4c: oats, 23 1-2 23 3-4c rye, 53c barley, 45(i$S5c flax, cash, $1.53 to ar rive, $1.51 September, $1.53 October, $1,50 3-4 December, $1...

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. — 4 October 1900

isovri&teat creailoaof the Ahoemaxerft art Ideal aboe.n&de towear N ew Caitft0l la another 5pieridid fine Bomarf correct in wie and rig&t in price fbH 3* W ALL WlOt-AiWWL OtALtHi I M*9P e&ler t*Ntvtne tvtny WMH WAHHANTLD BY C.CrOTZlANfiC. 5TJ S C. W. HASTINGS. President. O. P. SHELDON. Vice-Pies. Just try. AUL,MINN. A. P. WHITE Cashier. F. J. KENNEDY. Asst. Cash. BANK OF BEMIDJI, Bemidji, Minnesota. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Every Accommodation Consistent with Con servative Bunkm? will be Granted. BnsiiKss Solicited. Fire Iiuttvmnce. lllKlllEl Price 2S Centt. Bought the first bottle ol DB, ARNOLD'S COUGH KILLEK in 1878. Have used it ever since when in need oi a Cough Remedy. F.M, SMITH, SbeJbyvillfe, IIL Box 196. For sale at Mayo's Drug Store. Booth's Pokegama Boquet. A Good Smoke. Delicious Flavor. Sold by the Leading Merchants and Dealers. Manufactured by Geo. Booth, Grand Rapids. Minn Necessary Forthe Picnic Bottles of Satisfaction in Every Case HAMM'S JLd Jfcx. S...

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. — 4 October 1900

SUiPPaUSaEBNT TO k -ewW| i mm. KAISER GRKEL.Y, Publisher*. BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA. Thursday, Oct. 4, 10O0, ISSUES 0ISCUS5E0 BY HER OF ALL PARTIES. McCIeilan's Tribute to the Sol diers of Our Small Array. Progress of the Campaign Commented On by Persons of All Shades of Political Thought Imperial* ism No Issue. A missionary was sent to convert Dewey to Democracy at Manila. He represented the most potential politicians in the Democratic partythose who could Slave given him the nomination if he would have consented to a few-line senti ments and glittering generalities. If Dewey had consented at Manila to be a Democratic candidate he would un questionably have been the candidate. He would have been an imperialist some thing like an imperialist wouldn't have luirt the Democrats a bit. The Demo cratic party wouldn't have' cared a rap about imperialism nor about silver at 16 to 1 or at 33 to 1. They would have gone in on the heroics. They would have celebrated a conqueror as their candi date, ...

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. — 4 October 1900

Gov. Theodore Roosevelt ha* complet ed the formal acceptance C the Repub lican nomination for Vice-President. His letter bears an Oyster Bay date and is directed to Senator Edward O. Wolcott of the notification committee. It reads: To Edward 0 Wolcott, Chairman Committee on Notification of Vice-Presi- dentSir: I accept the nomination as Vice-President of the "United States, ten dered me by the Republican national con vention, with a Very deep sense of the honor conferred upon une and with an in finitely deeper sense of the vital impor tance to the whole country Of securing the re-election of President McKinley. The nation's welfare is at stake. We must continue the work which has been BO well begun during the present adminis tration. We must show in fashion in capable of being misunderstood that the American people, at the beginning of the twentieth century, face their duties in a calm and serious spirit that "they have no intention of permitting folly or law lessness to mar the ext...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 4 October 1900

HANNA ANALYZES BRYAN'S ACCEPTANCE. The Democratic Leader Again Switches His Issue. Bryan and Bryanism Punctured at an Enthusiastic Meeting Held at the Commercial McKinley Club in Chicago. Three thousand people tried to crowd into the quarters of the McKinley Com mercial Club in Chicago, Sept. 18, to see and hear Senator Hanna. On that occa sion Senator Hanna made the following speech: I take for my text Mr. Bryan's views on the minor issues of the campaign as set forth in his letter of acceptance pub lished to-day^ Just before the Democrat ic convention at Kansas City many pil grimages were made to Lincoln, Neb., by Democratic missionaries at the urgent call of Mr. Bryan. This was for the pur pose of putting Bryan's pet scheme of free silver in the platform. But, if you remember correctly, that is sue was only placed in the platform by a majority of one vote of the committee. Now Bryan has relegated the silver issue to the rear, and brings out imperialism as the chief issue. Bryan g...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 4 October 1900

see The Democratic fault-tinders base their efforts to create discontent among the farmers in 1900 upon a different plane from that of 189(5. Then their complaint was that the prices of farm products were too low Now they complajp that the farmers are too prosperous ajhd the prices of their products are too high. Mr. Bryan was nominated in Chicago on July 10, 189C, and again at Kansas City on July 5, 1900. Let us take the quotations of the first week in July, 189G, and July, 1900, the respective dates are brought as nearly as practicable to the dates of his respective nominations. Nobody will question the fairness of electing wheat, corn, oats, lard, pork, beef, cotton, wool, hay and butter as ten representative articles of farm pro duction, nor will anybody question the fairness of selecting sugar, tea, coffee, 'rice, petroleum, leather, cotton cloth, tin plate, sisal (from which binder twine is made) and Bessemer pig iron (the basis of all agricultural requirements in iron and ste...

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. — 11 October 1900

7 fo 4 Up-To-Date Establishment. The completion of the new Wood ward & McNair building on Third street and the fitting it up for a strict ly modern store building marks the beginning of a new commercial era in Bemidji. Heretofore, buildings have been erected with the chief idea to put it to immediate use, and the subject of convenience and lasting qualities has been largely overlooked. But these two qualites have been made paramount by the builders of this new business place. Good taste and a careful preparation marks very inch of the Woodward & Mc Nair building. The building is 100 feet long by 50 feet wide with a basement of the same dimensions. The interior is divided lengthwise, making two rooms 25 feet wide, with a double deck across the rear end of the building. The floor is of polished maple and the counters of solid red oak. Solid plate glass cov ers the front and ample space is al lowed for display windows. A large skylight in the roof towards the rear of the buildi...

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. — 11 October 1900

CHAPTER (CONTIHUSD.* There, in his father's room, at mid eight, the fire was roaring and the gas olazing the papers, the sacred papers to lay a hand on which was criminal had all been taken off and piled along tlhe floor a cloth was spread, and a nipper laid, upon the business table, and in hie father's chair a woman, habited like a nun, sat eating. As be appeared in the door-way, the nun rose, gave a low cry, and stood staring. She was a large woman, strong, calm, a little masculine, her features marked with courage and good sense and as John blinked back at her, a faint re semblance dodged about his memory. as when a tune haunts us, and yet will not be recalled. "Why, it's John!" cried the nun. "I dare say I'm mad," said John, un consciously following King Lear "but, upon my word. I don't believe you're Flora." "Of course I am," replied she. And yet it is not Flora at all, thought John Flora was slender, and timid, and of changing color, and dewy-eyed and had Flora such an Ed inbu...

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