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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 18 October 1900

4 TOWN NOTES.near Register Oct. 30, if you will vote. Iron and Wood Turning and Band Sawing at Miller's Mrs. Geo. Cowan is visiting her folks in Michigan. Editor Butler of Bagley was in town Saturday and Sunday. S. Sorenson received an Angora goat yesterday from southern Minne sota. Ladie's Golf Capes at O'LEARY & BOWSER. Mrs. R. S. Coombs returned last week from her extended visit in Wis consin and Duluth. D. K. MePherson is sick with ty phoid fever. Our paper suffers in con sequence this week. H. A. Dicserson and Chairman Searle of the Populist committee, of Shevlin, were in town Saturday. Millwood at Manger's mill for fifty cents a load. Leave your orders at Manger's office. Rev. J. Wilmann of the United Nor wegian Lutheran church came up from Minneapolis last week in the interest of his church. He may locate here. Dr. Umland, of Fosston, will be at Hotel RemoEe, Monday afternoon and Tuesday forenoon of each week. Mrs. Thompson, an experienced dressmaker, will have charge of ...

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. — 18 October 1900

CHAPTER XII. N spite of the hor rors of the day and the tea-drinking of the night, John elept the sleep of infancy. He was awakened by the maid, as it might have been ten years ago, tapping at the door. The winter sunrise was .painting the east and as the window was to the back of the house, it shone into the room with many strange col ors of refracted light. Without, the 'houses were all cleanly roofed with Vow the garden walls were coped with it a foot in height the greens lay glittering. Yet strange as snow had grown to John during his years upon the Bay of San Francisco, it was what ho saw within that most affected him. For it was to his own room that Alex ander had been promoted there was the old paper with the device of flow ers, in which a cunning fancy might yet detect the face of Skinny Jim, of the Academy, John's former dominie there was the old chest of drawers there were the chairsone, two, three three as before. Only the carpet was new. and the litter of Alexander's clo...

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. — 18 October 1900

THEEKGiJSHSHEBJFF THE VISION O HIS GREATNESS AND GLORY. 'Imposing CharacteristicsGorgeou Ac- coutrements Two Americans Who Would Not Paralyzed to Please the Omourns Han of Buttons. From the Manchester (N. H.) Mir ror: About 10 o'clock, Aug. 1, 1900, Gen. Streeter of Concord, and the writer stood upon the sidewalk op posite St. George's hall, which Is the court house in Liverpool, Eng., and saw in front of the great stone edifice a splendid coach drawn by a pair of beautiful black horses whose gold mounted harnesses gleamed through the rich silk netting that hung over them supporting the heavy tassels that festooned their legs. On the panels of the door of the cdach glistened the royal court of arms. On the box sat a driver, beside him a footman and be hind stood two outriders, all in full uniform. In front of the team In regular order were twelve tall and stalwart men uniformed In long cream-colored coats with red facings and gilt buttons, short velvet pants and top boots above whic...

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. — 18 October 1900

1 ft. TO TOWN BOARDS. Tho new registration law of 189S) is a complete change so far as township and village registration goes. All town and village clerks and super visors should read it, as it makes it their duty to make, at least 20 days, and post up at least 10 days, before election, a list of the legal voters in the township or village. Chapter 189 of the laws of 1899, so far as it ap plies to villages and towns, is as fol lows: "Except in cities of over 12,000 in habitants, the board of registration iu each election district in the state at least 20 days before any election, shall make a list or register of the names of all persons who ar* entitled to vote in their respective districts at such election, which list shall contain the surname of such persons in their alphabetical order and their places of residence. Three copies of said list shall at least 10 days befor* such election be posted in each election district." The "place of residence" means the section, town and range,...

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. — 25 October 1900

VOL. 5. NO. 34. Election Forecast. The end of the political cam paign is in sight, and Beltrami county and the nation will soon be saved. In this county the con test has been lacking in the strong partisan spirit of former years, and the officers to be elected will have reason to thank their own personal merit more than party pull. There has been a lack of bitterness between opposing can didates, and very little mud-sling ing so far. At this hour, the re sult of the county fight looks fa vorable for the whole republican ticket. The contest between S. S. Han son and J, H. Haner for the audi torship is growing warm. Mr. Hanson is a bright, manly fellow and is making a strong fight. But Mr. Haner has been laying politi cal wires for several years, and has the unbroken backing of those fel lows who belieye Bemidji by right ought to control all the good things in the county. And yet we are told that Mr. Haner has conceded his defeat, af ter a thorough canvass of the county. For treasurer...

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. — 25 October 1900

imidji 'mm. KAISER OREBLT, Publishers. BBMIDJ1, MINNESOTA. A man never knows how much he really loves ft girl until she rejects him. A scolding wife would doubtless be successful as a railway engineershe is always on the rail. Eight years ago Slavation Army of ficers were forbidden by the authori ties to say "Hallelujah" in the streets of Berlin today the army meets night ly in twenty halls in the city. The school children of Jersey City were the principal contributors to the Galveston relief fund there. They gave about $1,100 in money, which is $300 more than the mayor got from all other sources and they also came to school laden with wearing apparel, canned fruits and vegetables, which when arranged for transportation filled eight trucks. "Music has won more battles than gunpowder," said a great general. Certainly more flags have been taken by Sousa's band the past summer than by all our armies in the field. Near ly every city in Europe has presented Sousa with a civic banner, and...

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. — 25 October 1900

I fi* ft 'if Jl There Is no subject about which more mis-statements have been made by the administration speakers, in cluding Gov. Lind and his railroad commission, than the grain inspection department. And it is also a fact that while the methods of inspection have been discussed to quite an extent, the "weighing department has been over looked. This department is just as Important as the inspection, for what proflteth it a shipper to gain a grade on a car of grain and lose fifty bush els in weight? Unfortunately, the work of the weighing department is so utterly de void of merit that if the whole truth should be told it would hardly be be lieved. Prior to Gov. Lind's administration the weighers represented every shade of political opinion. Out of fifty weighers in the Minneapolis district, twenty-one could be named who were not Republicans and did not vote the Republican ticket yet not an in stance can be found in the whole his tory of the department where one was removed on that ...

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. — 25 October 1900

The Bemidji Pioneer, KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered in the poatofece at Bemidji a second-class mutter. ,T.-HLISHEI KVEIIY THl'USDAY. 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, loth District W S. McCLENAHAN. STATE TICKET. Governor...... Samuel R. Vat. 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 Ira B.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. utility Commissioner...

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. — 25 October 1900

v- & Mr Page TOW N NOTES Register Oct. 30, if vou will vote. Iron and Wood Turning and Band Sawing at Miller's Pneumatic Shoes at O'LEARY & BOWSER. Passenger^ carried from Bemidji to Tenstrike on Tuesday and Friday mornings. JAMES HAGADONE. R. W. Beach returned Monady from Dakota. Just received, a large line of gloves and mittens, at Burton's. Louis Nelson has taken a contract for cutting and grading a slice of the Minnesota & International right-of way east of town. Preaching in the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening. At the evening service Rev. Higgins will preach on Presbyterianism. All are invited. For Fall and Winter Underwear go to- O'LEARY & BOWSER. Tenstrike car- of dry goods, The Boston store at ries a complete line roeeries, hardware, boots and shoes, flour and feed. Give us a call. F. C. Butts, of Fergus Falls, has been in town this week in the interest of the John Hancock Insurance Co. C. C. Knappen returned to Crooks ton Monday, Button! Butto...

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. — 25 October 1900

jure? NOT. Mow do wo know what hearts h.we VIIBHI sin? How do wo know? Alany, Hire sepulchres, are foul within, JUany outward grub is spotless as the snow, And many may be pure, we think not so. And near to God the souls of such have been, 'What mercy secret penitence may win How do we know? Slow can wc tell who sinned more than wc? How can we tell? "We tMnk our brother walked guiltily, Judging htm In self-righteousness. Ah, well! Perhaps had we been driven through the hell Of his untold temptations, we might be JS upright in our daily walk than he How can we tell? Xar we condemn the Ills that others do? Dare we condemn? Their strength is small, their trials not a few, The tldo of wrong Is difficult 4o stem. And if to us more clearly than to them la given knowledge of the great and true, More do they need our help and pity too Dare we condemn7 God help us,all, and lead us day by day God help us all! Wc cannot walk alone the perfect way, Rvil allures us. tempts us, and we fall. We ar...

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. — 25 October 1900

DAIEY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. How Successful Farmers Operate This Department of the Farm A Few Hints as to the Care of lUve Stock and Poultry. Uso of Pore Cultures In Europe. A bulletin of/ the Storr's Experiment Station aays: The use of pure cultures in the ripening of cream has been quite generally adopted in northern Germany. In Denmark the process has become very popular, and at the present time probably over 95 per cent of the butter of this great but ter making country is made by the use of pasteurization, followed by inocu lation with commercial cultures. The object of this in Denmark is twofold. In the first place the pasteurization of the milk received at the creamery is generally adopted for the purpose of decreasing the danger of distributing tuberculosis among the farms. There is at present in force a law requiring the pasteurization of all milk which comes to a creamery. This law has been recently introduced, in an at tempt to check the ...

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. — 25 October 1900

In the District Court of the United States for the District of Minnesota, Sixth Division. In the matter of William H. Sullivan and Mary E. Sullivae, indivipually and as co-partners as Sullivan & Company, bankruptIn bankrupt cy. To the creditors of William H. Sulli van and Mary K. Sullivan, of Be midji,, in the county of Bel trami, in said district, bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 23rd day of October, 1900, the said William H. Sullivan and Mary E. Sullivan, individually and fis co-partners as Sullivan & Company were duly adjudicated bankrupt: and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the of fice of the undersigned referee in bankruptcy, at the City of Crookston, in the County of Polk, in said dis trict, on the 9th day of November A. D. 1900, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at which meeting the said creditors may attend, prove claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting...

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. — 25 October 1900

George B. Weston, Belchertown, Mass.: "I have voted the Democratic ticket since Franklin Pierce was our President, but the 'pull down the flag and sneak home' policy is too big a dose, and if I live I shall vote for Mc Kinley. Any American in whose soul dwells one spark of national pride who is willing to humiliate his country In the eyes of the world should be stood up and shot.*' M. Jr. Bumgardner, farmer living near Ottawa, Kan.: "Four years ago I was for Bryan. I shall vote for Mc Kinley and the straight Republican ticket this fall. I am satisfied with conditions. I don't want any change." J. T. Yerkes, near Ottawa, Kan.: "Four years ago I voted for Bryan. I am satisfied with present conditions and think a change would be disas trous. I notice that all the Populist predictions of four years ago have proven false, and every promise the Republicans made has been kept" Walter Marks, farmer near Ottawa, Kan.: "I was a Republican until four years ago. They got me 'off' then, but they...

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. — 25 October 1900

The United States Department of Ag riculture has just issued its statement of the value of nine of the principal crops f the United States. Comparing this value with the ralue of the same crops fa 1896 and adding the increased value of itve stock already published, there is an facreased gain of over one billion two hundred million dollars. It is the difference between prosperity and depressionbetween Republicanism and Democracy. The increase Is given below: IvcreuK la Nina Crops $ 710,722,617 Increase i Live L-tocfc.. 501,444,474 Total Gala to Farm ers 8)1,218,167,091 The value on the farm of the nine prin cipal crops raised in the United States was $710,722,617 larger this year than In 1896. The figures are supplied by the Depart ment of Agriculture, those for 1900 hav "Jug just been completed. The details by follow: Tfce increase of earnings of the South and Southwestern railroad systems *C the South and Southwest is an excel lent indication of the improvement of bnsitiess conditi...

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. — 25 October 1900

"M t* m* 4 if I **J i r*A *v I SWPLEUn&NT TO imitlji warn KABB ft ORBBLY, PuMlahwa. BKMIDJI, MINNESOTA. Thnnidny, Oct. 25, 100O. EVOLUTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. fROM^^^^T^CROAKER Aggie to William.) {An intercepted Letter.) (By T. C. Harbaugh.) Dear William: I'm stili in a terrible strait, And yet they tell me that I'll have to wait Till" you are elected. I very much doubt If I can until then 'gainst the army hold out. I'm hiding just now, and it's very poor fun, And I fear that the chances are sixteen to one That I will b* captured so hurry up, Bill. And send me a grist from your para mount mill. Just now I am killing of soldiers a score, And when you're elected I'll kill a few more We know you are with us, so just bet your jeans We'll pull th flag down in the fair Phil- ippinese 1 And will divide when I get this domain, And sell out again to the kinglet of Spain. My love give to Atkinson when him you see. And when you meet Wellington, kiss him for me. I think of you often, d...

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. — 25 October 1900

Elton T. Ransom, formerly Demo: cratlc Assemblyman, Ransomville, N. Y.: "I have carefully watched Presi dent McKinley's course and cannot see where he has failed in duty as an able chief magistrate, and a patriot of lofty ideals. If conducting a success ful war against Spain, freeing and pro viding for the education of the Cubans, supporting the honor of our flag and protecting our citizens wherever lo cated, is imperialism, then I am an imperialist," Samuel J. Macdonald, Newark, N. J.: "Mr. Bryan's election would, with out question, alarm the entire business world, and we know by sad experience the distressing and fearful conse quences of such alarm," John L. Blair, St. Louis, Mo., qon of Frank Blair, Democratic candidate for the Vice-Presidency in 1868: "What I most wish to see now is that Mr. Bryan shall be so overwhelmingly de feated that he and all his Populistic ilk shall be forever banished from the Democratic party. I think it the duty of every good citizen to aid in bring i...

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 November 1900

J fi i VOL. 5. NO. 35. Hint to Tax-Payers. A Well-Known Shevlin Citizen Views the Judicial Situation In a Business-like Way. It is a well known fact that Judge Holland, on the first day of January, 1901, will have held the, office of dis trict judge for a period of twelve years, at a salary of $3,600 a year, or $43,200 of the people's money have been paid to him. Judge Holland is expending a por tion of this money in his frantic effort to be again re-elected. He has an ar my of paid workers scattered all over the fifteenth judicial district, and his wild efforts ia buying supp'ort of the various news columns will, I think, lead all fair thinking voters to believe that Judge Holland knows where reim bursements are coming from. It is most certain that it can not come di rectly from the poor homesteader but it can come directly from the corpora tions and syndicates, who can worm it out of the homesteader and laborer, indirectly, with ten fold interest, under misconstructions of the law...

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 November 1900

h fSetttidji fioiim KAISER A QREEI.Y, Publisher*, BBMIDJI, MINNESOTA. You may measure a man by the things that move him. Do what you think is right and don't worry about what other folks say. A man's life never rises above Its source, hence the need of being born above. The French nation is about to erect a monument to its fallen soldiers on the field of Waterloo. What a noiseless world this would be if women were as quiet all the time as they are when it comes to telling their age. Ideas make their way in silence, like the waters that, filtering behind the rocks of the Alps, loosen them from the mountains on which they rest. The advance report of the Presby terian church shows an increase of 2,300 communicants over last year, and total contributions averaging $16 per member. No man undertakes a trade he has not learned, even the meanest, yet every one thinks himself sufficiently qualified for the hardest of all trades that of government. The witty cynicism of the modern Frenchman i...

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 November 1900

i u_ A ive Paae SHOT BV A COMPAXION. William Jncoiw of Dnne County, Win., Accidentally Killed. Madison, Wis., Oct. 26. William Jacobs, twenty-three years old, was accidentally shqt and killed while hunting: with a party of three others in the eastern part of Dane county, near the town line between Deerfleld and Medina. Two of the party were brothers of youngr Jacobs, and a fourth, who held the gun from whi ch the fatal shot was fired, was Otto Dietrich, a lad of sixteen. They had started for the woods to hunt rab bits. You ng Jacobs was killed in stantly. The other boys were so bad ly frightened that none of them could tell how the accident happened ex cept that the gun was discharged. A coroner's jury was summoned Justice Thompson, and after an in quest, returned a verdict of acci dental death by shooting. TO SAVE SENATOR DAVIS' FOOT. A AbceM Resulting From Blood Poisoning Is Opened. St. Paul. Oct. 25. Senator C. K. Davis passed through a most success ful operation at his home, 130...

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 November 1900

HH The Bemiclji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered In the postbflice at Bemidji as eecond-clastf matter. prBLISIIEU EVERY THURSDAY. Official Paper. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President WILLIAM .MCKINLEY. For Vice-President THEODORE ROOSEVELT. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Congress, Sixth District PAGE MORKIS. JUDICIAL TICKET. For Judge, loth 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 Comoiis- --Chas. F. Staples, 2 years J. G. Miller, 4 years Ira B.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...

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