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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 11 October 1900

I- Hi S Before any outbreak occurred the plot was discovered and its instiga tors put to death. This was the least part of it the white soldiers went to an Indian village while the men were absent, sacked the homes and assault ed the defenseless women, thus begin-, ning the war of races which has proved so disastrous. A volume could be written, in fact there are a few books in the Spanish language on the horrors of that war, and the barbari ties of both parties. As far as the justice of the struggle is concerned, there are people in Yucatan today who admit that the Intfians had been goaded beyond endurance. Victory after victory brought,. -h& Indians at last to the very gates of the capital and had all the aborigines been united the frhite population would have been Wiped out. A great number of natives, however, had al lowed themselves to be terrified into submission. Then followed a day when the white authorities sued for peace, sending written proposals to their ad versaries. ...

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. — 11 October 1900

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered in the postomce at Beuridji ap second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. Official Paper. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President WILLIAM 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.. JuliusH. Block Attorney General W. B. Douglas Chief Justice C. M. Start Associate Justice L. W. Collins Railway and Warehouse Cornmis -Chas. F. Staples, 2 years J. Miller, 4 years IraB. Mill*, 4years LBSiSLATIVE TICKET. For Representfrtive, 61st. district: CHARLES G. RAPP. COUNTY GOMM36CONERS: Wm. McCusig, 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 an...

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. — 11 October 1900

BU A FARM. 200,000 Acres First Class Agricultural Lauds, easily cleared, for $3.50 to $4.50 per acre. Meadow Lands from, $5,00 to $10.00 per acre. Good Location. Close to Railroad. Goo Soil! Goo Goo Schools!!! STAPLES, MINNESOTA. Best Stock Country in the Northwest. Terras Easy. Cheaper than a Home ead. The only fertile lands in the United States at these prices, where there is an abundance of rainfall. Call on or address STREE & REYNOLDS Sales Solicitors, Bemidji Minn MePcfyai^ts Uaijk. Bemidji, Minnesota. JNO.D. MARLIN, JR., Pres, Transacts a General Banking Business. Collections Accounted For Promptly. Electric Ltgh I Every Berth A special feature of the Burlington's Chicago Limited. When you retire, turn on the light. After you are comfortably ensconced between the sheets, you can read by it. When you are sleepy, a twist of the wrist and the light's out. Leaves Minneapolis 7:20 p. m., St. Paul, 8:05 p. m., daily. Arrives Chicago 9:25 next morning. Scenic Day Express leaves M...

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. — 11 October 1900

Lands Ope t Settlement Tliefigures below compiled from the latest report of the commis sioner of the federal land office, gives a list of the northern coun ties in Minnesota in theCroolcston land office district containing lauds yet open to homestead and pre-emption claims, the quality of unappropriated and unreserved lands, Buuveyed and unsurveyed, and a brL'f note as to the charac ter of the lands: Becker county, 14,173 surveyed character of land, rough, broken, some timber. Beltrami county, 429 808 sur veyed!, 1,051,080 uusuuveyed, total* 1,480,888 character of land, prni*ie timber, some swamp. Cass county, 47,000 surveyed character of land, timber, brush and swamp. Kittson county, 45,653 surveyed, 840 unsurveyed, total 46,493 char acter of land, good, some swamp. Marshall county, 102,693 sur veyed character of land, good, some swamp. Norman county, 168,600 sur veyed character of land, good-, some swamp. Otter Tail county, 300 surveyed character of land, broken and swampy. Polk c...

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. — 11 October 1900

it 7 J! ir The flowers vanished one by one The leaves lie warping in the sun. From the refrigerator North The breath of winter issues forth. The purple leaves now tint the air, The grass is strewn with corpses fair. The naked trees with cold chills shake And sighing sounds their branches make. Yes, gone are birds and reptiles all, Both songsters sweet and insects small. So don your furs and welcome back The logger and the lumber-jack. A. M. G. O. O. Narveson brought his family from Mcintosh last week. E. R. Parley purchased a trotter in Little Palls last week. Iron and Wood Turning and Band Sawing at Miller's J. E. Carpenter, the Crookston real estate man, was in town Saturday. Ladies' Golf Capes at O'LEARY & BOWSER. Ray Glidden went to Fort Ripley, Monday, to visit his grandparents. Postmaster Smith of Cass Lake spent a eouple of days in town last week. Surveyor -McVicker has returned from an extended visit at Eau Claire, Wis. Miss Sallie Jones has returned from her six-weeks v...

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. — 11 October 1900

B~ i s~-!-r' kmxfyi mm. XAISBR GREELY, Publisher*. BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA. Women do just as much thinking a3 men, but they dilute their thoughts with unnecessary words. The most valuable pipe in the world is the state pipe of the Shah of Persia. It is set with precious stones, and is worth $400,000. It's tough on the man at a continu ous performance theater who wants to go out between the acts the best he can do is to come in between drinks. A fruit propagator has produced a seedless apple. These new apples are superior in flavor to the ordinary kinds. High prices are being paid for the trees. The weight of all the air on the globs would be eleyen and two-thirds trillion pounds, if no deduction had to be made for space filled by moun tains and land above sea level. Gout is rarely known among the working classes of Ireland. Their immunity from this complaint is thought to be due to the fact that their food consists largely of pota toes. Each of the large Atlantic liners lays in a supply ...

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. — 11 October 1900

For the last six months, and, indeed, ever since John Lind determined to stand as the candidate of his party for governor, the railroad and ware house commission has industriously employed itself in the work of making campaign capital for the Democratic party, and has made pretentious claims to the "saving" that it would accomplish to shippers in the lowering of freight rates. A great hue and cry has been raised by the Democratic press of the state concerning the com mission's famous order to the compa nies to lower their rates upon certain classes of freight or, in the event ot their refusal to make such reductions, to establish terminal points at, various jof the smaller cities throughout the state. This widely-advertised scheme *was, as all well informed persons knew at the time, simply a political manoeuvre which it was never expected or inteud ed to develop In the shape of an actu al reduction of rates", or to actually bring about any substantial changes in the matter of tariff...

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. — 11 October 1900

CONSTITUTIONAL MODMENT. To He Toted on AT THE NEXT GENERAL ELECTION, TUESDAY, NOV. 6, 1900. STATE OF MINNESOTA. I Department of State, October 1. 1000. Pursuant to section three hundred and eleven (311) of the General Statutes of 1894. the same being chapter on*, hun dred and flfty-se\en (157) of the General Laws of 1887, the proposed Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Min netota, as adopted by Act of the Legis lature for 1899, for submission to the voters of this state at the general elec tion to be held on Tuesday, the sixth (6th) day of November, A. D. nineteen hundred (1900), Is herewith submitted: ALBERT BERG, Secretary of State. STATE OF MINNESOTA. Attorney General's Office. St Paul, July 3, 1900. Hon. Albert Berg, Secretary of State. Pursuant to chapter 157 of the General 1/aws of 1887, I herewith file In your office synopsis of Amendment to the Conr dtltution of the State of Minnesota as proposed by chapter 92 of the General Laws of 1889. I am very respectfully, W...

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. — 11 October 1900

General E. M. Rosser, Virginia, ex-confederate. Sound money. Bushrode Wilcox, German Demo cratic Farmer, Pana, 111. I have never voted the Republican ticket in my life, but, with my four sons, who have al ways been Democrats, I will vote for McKinley this fall. William Bowerdoek, cattle shipper, Christian County, Illinois. I have re nounced Bryanism and the Democratic party and intend to take the stump tor the whole Republican ticket. Owen Scott, Decatur, 111., ex-Demo cratic Congressman, Bloomington Dis trict. I supported General Palme/ four years ago, but as a Gold Demo crat. The only course open to me this year is to vote for McKinley. Editor Donald of the Volksblatt, itock Island, 111. I have been a Demo crat for years and worked hard for Bryan in 1896. I was One of the speak ers' at the pro-Boer mass meeting in Chicago last spring. I have given the questions involved in this campaign careful thought and will support Mc Kinley and the whole Republican ticket. Dr. Jules Kohl, pro...

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. — 11 October 1900

RURAL MAIL SERVICE STARTED BY M'KINLEY. History of the Daily Delivery in the Country. Democrats Said that the Plan Was Io practicable, but the Republicans Have Thoroughly Demonstrated Its Value to Farmers. Rural free delivery of mail la the off ering of the. McKinley administration of the Fostoffiee Department. Its de velopment from an iusigniticant begin ning of forty-four routes and nu .appro Croution for the fiscal year which closed 1807 to its present magnificent pro portions with the rural routes numbered by the thousands and an appropriation f $1,7.10,000 voted for its further exten sion duriug the present fiscal year, has all been brought about by the McKinley administration. A movement to broaden the free deliv ery of the mails was started by Post master General "VYanamaker under the Republican administration of Gen. Har rison, l't took the form of village free delivery, and was more au extension of City delivery to smaller communities than a free delivery to farmers, but li...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 11 October 1900

4 1 1 SUIPL.BM.EMT TO Mt emiclj i ftenm. KAISER QREELT, Publisher*. 8EMIDJI, MINNESOTA. 'I'liui-sii: Oct. 11, lttOO. WHAT BRYAN'S ELECTION MEANS TO LABOR. Only Question Is Whether Wage Earners Want Hard Times. Democratic Policies Drove Thousands to the Streets Before and Will Do So Again if Bryan Is Successful. In the eddying fight, nmid din and roar Of the fallen guns of imperialism and militarism, there is danger the people of this country may lose sight of the fact that the election of Mr. Bryan means the overthrow of the protective tariff system nd the introduction of a free-trade pro igram iuto the policy of the government. "Our people have short memories and they laometimes forget and need to be remind ed. Mr. Bryan was a member of the Fifty econd and Fifty-third Congresses and jtook a very active part at once upon tak iing his seat. In the Fifty-tnird Congress, of which I was a member, the Wilson bill ijwas under consideration. It was the pas sage of that bill which pluaged t...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 11 October 1900

i I W.M. Stewart, Nevada, U. S. Senator. McKlnley promises the better admin- istration. Bryan preached treason in encouraging the Filipinos to resist. Lee Mantle, Butte, Montana, ex-U. S. Senator. Bryan would degrade the American flag. George floadly, New York, N. Y., ex-Governor of Ohio. McKinley Is a bet- ter man than Bryan ever can be. James H. Eckels, Comptroller of Currency under President Cleveland. Afraid of free silver and against Bryanism. W. D. Bynum, ex-Congressman and Democrat. Indiana. Favors sound money and scouts the idea of "imperialism." Col. Oliver C. Sabin, formerly secretary of the Silver Knights of America. The present money standard has prqved the best. Free trade means pauperism. Is an expansionist." Dr. John T. Pottoc, formerly a mem ber of the Illinois Legislature. George W. Jones, Lawrenceville, 111., formerly sheriff of Crawford County and a leading Democrat Believes in expansion. The administration has proved its competency in handling all questions. Judg...

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. — 18 October 1900

y' Lumbering Operations. Last winter A. T. Wheelock's employment agency furnished over 1,000 men to the various log ging camps around Bemidji and there is perhaps no better author ity on labor conditions than he. He says there will be a demand for at least 5,000 men this winter the camps within 35 miles of Bemidji. At least five hundred men are needed at once in the building of roads and camps. Basing his estimate upon last winter's work- and the present' plans of the loggers, Mr. Wheel ock makes the following estimate of the amount of work to be done around he*e this season: T. B. Walker, 200,000,000 feet, employ ing 2,000 men and operating 30 camps Blakely & Farley, 100,000,- OOOfeet, 1,000 men, 15 camps Brainerd Lumber Company, 75,- 000,000 feet, 750 men, 8 camps Scanlon & Gibson, 40,000,000 feet, 300 men, number of camps unde cided Halvorson & Richards, 25,- 000,000 feet, 300 men, four camps Clay&O'Mally, 20,000,000 feet, 200 men, two camps JamesBemp sev, 15,000,...

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. — 18 October 1900

f tmitlji %j$um KAISER & GKBHLT, Publishers, BBMIDJI, MINNESOTA. When patronizing a Boston hotel don't forget that "culinary symposi um" on the hill of fare means hash. A lady writer says that it must have heen a woman who invented the alphabet, for had it been a man he would have begun with the letter I. That burglar who held up a Chinese taundryman and receivQd a pail of hot starch in reply was probably the most "stuck up" criminal in the city for a time. The solemn look on the father's face when he gives his daughter away at the marriage altar is amusing when one recalls how anxious he was to gJt rid of her the past ten years. Even the president of the United States cannot declare war until he is authorized so to do by congress. Yet miners or mineowners can at any time precipitate industrial war. The time is corning when they will not be per mitted to do so. Compulsory arbitra tion will make strikes unnecessary. The American manufacturer has lost no opportunity at the v/orld'...

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. — 18 October 1900

If N "By their fruits shall ye know them." Gov. Lind's administration can best vbe departments under executive control. Their successful management would necessarily reflect credit upon the ad ministration, and for any incompe tence, scandal, mismanagement or mis takes in their conduct, the governor is equally responsible he must stand or fall by the record of these appointees, for whom he is personally responsible. During his campaign, two years ago, Mr. Lind frequently stated that if elected, he meant to "reform" the dif ferent departments, that he would in troduce a sort of civil service, retain ing all efficient employes, irrespective -of their political affiliations that his -only aim was the best service. And he carried out this "reform" with a vengeance. Immediately after taking office, he and his private secre tary. Rosing, commenced to wield the -official ax, Indiscriminately, and in ev er department the former office-hold ers were' replaced by active Lind par tisans He has...

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. — 18 October 1900

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered In the postothee at Bemitlji aa second-class mutter. PTBLISIIED EVEKY THURSDAY Official Paper. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President WILLIAM 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 Commis Chas. F. Staples, 2 years J. G. Miller, 4 years IraB. Mills, 4years. LEGISLATIVE TICKET. For Representative, 61st. 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 annou...

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. — 18 October 1900

HON. ij V-i^ -i T* it 4 I Mr. President, Ladles and Gentlemen: I shall endeavor to make some remarks on the questions of the day, ami I shall particularly address myself this evening to the state Issues, as previous speakers who have been here have treated almost exclusively of national Issues. The state Issues are of sufficient importance to well deserve a good deal of our attention. When we consider that our state govern ment costs something over four million dollars In a year, expended direct from the taxpayers of this state, from different sources, it is then very apparent that it Is of such importance that we should study this subject and cast our votes In telligently when we are deciding upon the state ticket. The national Issues, I say, are discussed by all the public speakers and newspa pers of the land everybody is talking about them. But there are very few that have a single word to say ,of the state administration, the administration of Its different departments, and my s...

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. — 18 October 1900

SUPPLEMENT TO fltc tm\&\i fiotitt*. KAISB3R GREELY, Publisher*. BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA. Thursday, October 18, 1000. be Inferred that the railroad and warehouse commission have always had that power. Now I say that all these new laws, and another law passed in 1807, gave them ad ditional power that they did not have before. It gave them the privilege of commencing an action without any one making a complaint. They took advan tage of that law and commenced an action themselves, but you do not hear them mentioning anything about that new law. They want to convey the Idea to the peo ple of this state that they are doing something that the old commission would not do. They do not tell you that with in the last two or three years these new laws have been placed on the statute book by Republicans, because we found it necessary to give tho commission more power than they had had before, and therefore now they are better equipped. Railroad Commission Ne_H_re* ot Duty. Now, there are a great ...

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. — 18 October 1900

f* a i i i i i FAVOR M'KINLEY AND CONTINUED PROSPERITY. Peculiar Position of the South ern Business Men. Emphatic in Favor of Sound Money and Protection, and Are Satisfied to Let Well Enough Alone. The South is becoming thoroughly awakened to the fact that the policies of the Republican partyprotection, expan sion and sound moneyare those that will best promote the industries of that section of the country. The Manufac turers' Record of Baltimore has collected another broadside of Southern opinion on the issues of the day, this time from bankers. The Southern bankers as a rule coincide with the opinions of the manufacturers, and here is what some of them say: E. L. Foster, vice-president of the Bank of Anderson .County, Coal Creek, Tenn.: "While I was a Democrat and voted three times for Cleveland, I do not see what could be donefrom a mere human standpointthat would be more disastrous to the business interests of the country, and therefore to every interest, than the election of Br...

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. — 18 October 1900

How "DEAR BOY" LETTERS, NO, 9. My Dear Boy: You say that you are tired of working for old man Skinner, and are thinking of going West this fall, where wages are higher. You ask what I think about it. Well, I have no objection to your going West, but don't want you to go till after the election. This is the first time In .your life that you ever had an opportu nity to exercise your right as an Amer ican citizen in voting for a President of the United States. I don't want you to lose your vote for the following reasons: 1. The only possible chance of the elec tion of Bryan comes from the over-confi dence of Republicans. It makes me sad to hear a man. say, "Oh, McKlnley is going to be elected, anyhow. There is no danger. I have arrangements made to be In California in November, but you won't need my vote." Especially do I regret to hear talk of thia kind among some of the railroad men. If any class of men ought to come p unanimously to the support-of Mc Klnley and the Republican party,...

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