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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 29 November 1900

.J i The jury in the Russ Whipple mur der case brought in a verdict of "Not Guilty" Tuesday night at twenty min utes to twelve o'clock. It took less than two hours and five ballots for them to reach a decision. The defend ant received the news with much agi tation he wept like a child and shook the hands of the jury with words of gratitude. All through the trial, both he and his wife maintained a perfect composure, but she broke down when the jury retired to their room. Judge Holland finished reading his charge to the jury at ten o'clock. It practically was an instruction for acquittal, as several of the jurors so stated afterwards. The verdict was totally unexpected here, except by a few, and public opinion in Bemidji is strongly against the decision of the jury. Although said opinion has soft ened considerably since hearing the testimony. The jury was composed of James A. Thompson, foreman, Bagley Charles Depew, Buena Vista Nels Loberg, Summit F.W. Berkey, Popple D. J. Tracy, Buen...

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. — 29 November 1900

Yes, according to tbo almanac arid the Pi- ident's messagdfHSlfts HBanalvinflay, day when business cares and personal wor- ries should give way to a proper realization of the bounty of nature and the goodness of God. Some kind friend has heard our wail and brought in a nice turkey. So, excuse our shortcomings this week while we celebrate. I pe Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, publishers o'fhi Enlored In the postofhc:e at Boraidji as second- krBI.I8IIED R8DAY. Official Hpeir/ Last year affchSs Ifttte'DeWfey's bear wap advertising Bemiaji, how it is a mujrder trial. FJies do.notcongregate onjBcmidji. J.\ Russia never b^adbut one modern war vessel bui^tf in Jtctfjeign ship ya^d, and that was recently launched at Philadelphia, U. S. A. Is this im pefialism? Kind of out of the world are we, but dia you khow that Beltrami county has increased its population in the pait ten vears faster than any other cottnty in the state? Bt is an unpleasant task to act as a jurior, and many there a...

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. — 29 November 1900

TOW N NOTES Court has adjourned to Jan. 22., 1901. For a nobby topcoat "ai a bargain go to The Fair. & Black beaver jackets only $3.98 at O'Leary & Bowser's. Wanted to rentA six or eight foot showcase. Enquire at the oflice. Fred Bcinkhara is building an an dition to the rear of the Arcade saloon. A large line of boys' Overcoats, reefers and suits, at OVLeary & Bow ser's. Rev. Higgins will ha*e an odd top ic for Bemidji Sunday night.. His ser mon will be on "Temperance." Apprentices wanted to lj9irn" dress making af the establishment 6t Stuart & McDonell. I D. B. Thompson left j6t Grand Forks Tuesday to attend"the funeral of his aunt Millwood? at ivlanger'^mill for fifty cents a load. 'Leave your orders at Manger's office.'" For fine clothing and furnishing goods go to O'Leary & Bowser. Clerk of Court Speelman will be in Shevlin December 4, 5 and 6 to ac commodate the landseekers when the White Earth reservation opens up. Dr. Arnold's Cough Killer for asth ma can...

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. — 29 November 1900

The Zenith in Beers EXPOR BEER At-"""- tmr" GASHfe "Sold where they make and keep trade.'1 Pale Bohemian Bavarian Export Old Lager A. riTGER & CO., Duluth, Minn. O BRAND Its purity and rare quality, flavor and body has made it a famous brew. Order a case sent home. DULUTH BREWING CO., Duluth, Minn. jA&tll&^-dAZ-Lr D. H, FISK, s&ttorrjey at IraW, First Door North Hotel Mnrkhnm F. Schmidt, Proprietor of i ffi"" Dealer in all kinds of Fresh and Salt MEATS. All kinds of SAUSAGE Constantly on hand. Paid for HIDES-? Experienced Locater. There are hundreds of Valuable Claims to be taken in Northern Bel trami and Itasea counties, and the best are around The Big Fork River If you want a Locator who can find just the claim to suit you, call ou or address Harry Grove, lsrc, rtpwspapei' for In-Split ami l'it"l!l'.Tcn Thanksgiving is a day of good things. Be Good Yourself. Literary Notes. (BEMIDJI HIGH SCHOOL.) Our last literary meeting was quite well attended by the young people...

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. — 6 December 1900

Au VOL. 5 NO. 40. ,230 PEOPL E II in Beltrami County, says Census Report of 1900. Report by Precincts. O^LY-312lN Itasca Lammejrs Solway village LangorJ township Leon Liberty\ Maple Ridge Moose CVeek Nebish 1 Pine Lake Popple Port Hope\ Shevlin Shevlin villlage Silver Creel Turtle Lake Windsor Township 1 I I 11 i 4 ii 15 II II 1890. Result Shows Ours to be the Most Rapidly Growing County in State, Th\e census bureau has just com pleted the counting of the popula tion /of Beltrami county by pre cinctis, so far as figures were at tainable. In this same territory the ensus of 1890 showed a pop ulati on of only 312. The popula tion of the county, 11,030, is dis tributed as follows: Beltrami county (a) Bear {Creek township BemidBji Bemid ]1 village Black Duck township Cople: Baglew village Dewey] township Dudley? Eddy Frohn Grant Valley 11,030 237 295 2,183 121 261 248 245 it 207 232 72 150 91 177 150 250 165 33 211 119 393 462 111 160 172 341 177 344 18 37no popret'd 38 37 38 37 35 37 3...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 6 December 1900

kmUli mm. KAISER GRBKLT, Public*. BEMIDJI, t. SB MINNESOTA. ggaa i a The latest triumph in the industrial world is the stone lithe. It is eighty ix feet long and weighs many tons. Tt is better to suffer many injuries than to do one. There is Bmall re venge in words but words may bo greatly revenged. The little Grand Duchess Olga of Russia is the richest baby in the world. The week she was born 1,000,000 was invested for her. Lord Rosebery has found the time to dash off a history of the life of Napoleon. Rosebery evidently aspires to be known as the Halstead cf Eng land. An Italian of Philadelphia has been using a government mall bag as a clothesbag. He is now resting In JaiL while the secret service officers look up the bag's history. Tho sober Judgment of a humorist may sometimes be more impressive than tho philosophy of an ethical teacher, as when Mark Twain remarks that "Honor is a harder master than tho law. It cannot compromise for less than one hundred cents on the dollar, 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. — 6 December 1900

M'KINLEY TO CONGRESS "THE PRESIDENT REVIEWS THE AATIOX'S AFFAIRS. Annual "UMHSKC I S Rend in OotU llOUilF.I Of (.'IIR'1TN YllriOMM ll portant Questions Arc Discussed Attitude of the Gorerumeut In the Chinese RHIR-ul-ty IK EX. I plainedFinnncial Condition of the Government In Said to Be Moat Satiftfnctory I'liliry .Refr rd Intsr the Philippine* IK Set Forth Porto Rican Affairs Considered Business of the Variou Depurt talents Reviewed. Washington. Dec. 3The following Is the iresiuent' message: To the Seriate and House of Representa tives: At, the outgoing of the old and the incoming of tne new century you be gin the lose session of tne Fifty-sixth congress with evfUenc'es on every hana of individual prosperity and with proof of the growing ^m*etrgth and incoming power Lorigyou of republican institutions, your countrymen will join you in felici tation that American liberty is more firm ly established than ever before and that love for it arid the determination to pre serve it are'rawi?...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 6 December 1900

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered la the postofhce at Bemidji aa second-oUsts matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY- Official Paper. MAKES BIG PRICE FO WOOD Te wonder if the farmers around Bemidji who sell their wood for a few dollars per cord real ize that they might with a little extra work get a hundred per cent more for this product? This they can do by reducing the wood to charcoal before selling. There is a big demand for charcoal in the bakeries, hotels and blacksmith shops, not only of Bemid ji, but of the state. Crookston is a hungry customer, using ton upon ton per year. At present Princeton is the leading charcoal market of the state, and most of the oharcoal used in Bemidji comes from there. We see no reason why such a market cannot be established in this county. There is no sense in shipping such fuel into Beltrami coun ty. We have all kinds of timber all we need is an intelligent disposal of the same. Of course hardwood makes the best charcoal, b...

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. — 6 December 1900

i TOWN NOTES. Editor Butler was in from Bagley Saturday. New stock of Collerettos at O'Leary & Bowser's. W. H. Sadler, of Brainerd, was in town Saturday. For a nobby top coat at a bargain go to The Fair. J. N. Kirsh, of Crookston, smiled upon us on the run Saturday. T. B. Walker, the lumber magnate, was in Bemidji last week. A. H. Hendrickson, of Kandota, was in this vicinity last week. Chas. Butler returned last week from newspaper work at Bagley. Apprentices wanted to learn dress making at the establishment of Stuart & McBonell. Miss Maude Morgan spent the holi day part of last week at her home in Bagley. J. D. Plummer and wife have re turned to Cass Lake to work in the laundry there. Millwood at Manger's mill for fifty cents a load. Leave your orders at Manger's office. The Maccabees elect officers at their meeting Dec. 10. All members should be on hand to vote. Dr. F. A. Blakeslee is now per manently located in Fosston and is stickine close to medics. Dr. Arnold's Cough ...

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. — 6 December 1900

WHY MRS. PINKHAM -3f Able to Help Sick Women When Doctors Fail. Hour gladly would men fly to wo -Qosnfr said did they but understand a i*s feelings, trials, sensibilities, I peculiar organic disturbances. Those thing's arc known only to vmamtam* and the aid a man would give I not at his. command. treat a case properly it is neces sary to know all about it, and full ftsrfbrmation, many times, cannot be by a woman to her family phy* MRS. G. H. CHAPPELL. *8X3MBL She cannot bring herself to Cell everything, and the physician ia M& a, constant disadvantage. This is why, for the past twenty-fivo years, tlsrtasaads of women have been con iSdinig- their troubles to Mrs. Pinkham, and whose advice has brought happi eas and health to countless women in *he United States. lira. Chappell, of Grant Park, 111., whose portrait w publish, advises all KcsHering women to seek Mrs. Pink natro's advice and use Lydia E. Pink- &*az'R Vegetable Compound, as they eared her of inflammation of the ova...

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. — 6 December 1900

I 'i\/ca DMM/ MAY KNOCK OUT LAW. Manitoba Prohibitory Legislation I Likely to Killed in Court. Winnipeg. Dec. 2W Hastings, Conservative organizer, has been ap pointed register at Boissevain. There is a strong impression abroad that the courts win decide against' the Jegallty of the liquor act I Is said that the measure is too drastic to run the gauntlet of the courts. This feeling is not confined to opponents of the measure, but exists also among many who would like to see Manitoba follow in the footsteps of North. Dakota and secure a permanent prohibitory law. Busy In-'the Coeur d'Alcne. Wallace, Idaho, Dec 2.Winter has co me to the Coeur d'Alene and the men who are developing new proper ties have generally laid Jn their sup plies. Th number of Jngn. engaged is much heavier than In any previous ye ar in the history of the. country. There are .upward of fifty properties of this character which will be worked all winter, the force at the different places ranging. jfrhT two to twenty ...

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. — 6 December 1900

The Zenith, in Beers. EXPOR BEER "Sold where they make and keep trade." Pale Bohemian Bavarian Export Old Lager A. riTGER & CO., Dtttuth, Minn. V,k OSUUm Its purity and rare quality, flavor and body Has made it a famous brew. Order a case sent home. D0LOTH BREWING CO,, Daiutb, Mis s. D. H. FISK, Attorney at LcaW, First Door North Hotel Markham F.Schmidt, Proprietor of CITY MEAT MAIiKKt Dealer in nil kinds of Fresh and Salt MEATS. All kinds of SAUSAGE Constantly on hand. GASHS Paid for i i HIDES.*' Experienced Locater. There are hundreds of Valuable Claims to be taken in Northern Bel trami and Itasca counties, and the beat are around The Big Fork River you want a Locator who can find ust the claim to suit you, call 011 or address Harry Grove, BEMID.II, MINN. Gaftc it r. n?wsparf to- ttHp-ht and i'lW.l'-cni p^-1- f\(-. His madeutt irti, peppl" -rliitlrli k. I* not nntr:vl colorl^ 3, cwWasiliv i li:i- "i::,_' iu an ciiuVnvur to vil8 blfc. ev'.:i j-.ijfn. vii, but It isfitidependtat...

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. — 13 December 1900

up I i Y!* l! VOL. 5 NO. 41. Don't Like to be a Lumber Jack. Oh! .lip, the leaves have fallen an' I am kind o' sore My heart is drooping likewise, think ing o' days of yore. I thought I'd be a lumber jack an' roll a log, you see, So started out for Minnesota, up 'round Lake Bemidji Wanted to show 'em how to drive a team* or saw a log into Cold weather had no terror, nor the grub we'd have to chew But loggers they are born, Jip, not raised upon the plain Might help us in our haying' or gath ering o' our grain They might tell us o' log rolling or the cutting o' a tree So lets leave the work to them, Jip, taint fit for you an'me. From three houcs afore tis daylight and long after 'tis dark Those sturdy fellows are at work acut ting o' that bark. An' a course they all work hard, Jip, an' help us out at times Let not you an' I ero loggenits out o' farmers' lines And if our winters they are windy and our chores are hard to do, Let's pull our cap down tighter and do the work o' two, 'Cause...

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. — 13 December 1900

%fa mid|i i0tim KAIBER GREELT, Pttbllslwrs, BBMIDJX, I MINNESOTA. Any woman can keep an expense a*' count, but only about one woman In a hundred can make it tally with her cash. The Southern cotton manufacturer* are Interested In China, and they are not the least bit backward in speaking up about it Crooked financiering In New York has become so fast and furious that Mr. Miller, the 120 per cent man, has been entirely forgotten. The latest exposition of rural mail delivery in the United States is the remarkable route extending three thousand miles beyond the reach of the mail-boats in Alaska. The car riers are descendants of reindeer im ported from Siberia in 1892, of which there are now twenty large herds in Alaska, notwithstanding frequent newspaper assertions that the reindeer are all dead. Care of the sick can scarcely reach its highest Ideal save where personal attachment supplements knowledge and skill. Therefore, it belongs to the life of every woman. There are few households...

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. — 13 December 1900

i Inspector's Report to StatrGrowth of the Industry Clearly Indicated by tUe Figures Reported. L. Li. Wheelock, state inspector of sugar beets at the St. Louis Park factory, has submitted his annual re port to State Auditor Dunn. The report shows that during the season of 1900 the' factory received from Minnesota farmers 29,341,151 pounds of sugar beets Iowa furnished 8,802,323 pounds and Wisconsin 9,826,- '590. The factory was in operation seventy-Jive days, and manufactured from the Minnesota beets 1,992,356 poun ds of sugar, while from the beets furnished from the neighboring states 664.106 pounds were manufactured, .making a total of 2,633,432 pounds. In a special report to the auditor the inspector says he is firmly convinced that the beet sugar industry has a great future in this state. It has been ,prov^n that the soil and climate in the central and northern portions, as well as those in the southern portion, are admirably adapted to the growth of a good a quality of beet as ...

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. — 13 December 1900

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered in tho postoflice at Baroidji as second-cliiss matter. tTIU.ISIIED EVKTtY THURSDAY. Official Paper. OUR GREAT CLUBBING OFFER. We have just completed arrange ments for the greatest clubbing offer ever made by a country newspaper. We want 1,000 more subscribers, and we are going to get them. For a lim ited time we will give 47.75 worth of reading for $1.25. the regular sub scription price of the PIONEER, for one year. Our offc-r is this: Pay us W.25 either for* a new sub scription, or in payment for back sub scriptions, and you can select any or all of the periodicals named below for the time set opposite the name of each: Peoples Popular Monthly, 1 year Practical Dairyman, 6 months The Mechanician, 3 months Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette, 3 mo The Western Swine Breeder, 3 mo The Farmers' Voice, 3 mo The Indianapolis Sentinel, 3 mo Gunnel's Monthly, 3 rao American Illustrated, 3 mo The Farm Magazine, 3 mo The Fanciers' Revie...

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. — 13 December 1900

I ~Jf' OVA Silk lined gloves at Burton's. Bert Gotchel and wife visited Bag ley last week. For a nobby top coat at-a, bargain go to The Fair. Tom Nary, the Park Rapids sur veyor, was in town Friday. It is said that Commissioner W. S. "Brennon is sick.in Minneapolis with typhoid fever. Apprentices wanted to learn dress making at the establishment of Stuart & McDonell. Miss Lina Hall has .returned to Park Rapid*1 Seais on sale at Mayo's drug store for Sanford Dodge's '-Three Muske teers" at the ope$a house to-night. A daily freight each way is a much needed inovation on the B. & N. M. railroad. This permits the passenger to arrive hearer on time. During the absence of the pastor next Sunday forenoon, Mrs. Major Kimball, of Minneapolis, will preach in the Presbyterian church We want your piano trade and will get it if quality, prices and easy pay ments cut any figure with you. Call and see us. Jones & Ross. Arrangements are being made for a public Christmas tree in which ev...

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. — 13 December 1900

1 ij flWwnampQHH CHAPTER V. was strongly tempted to rush off home and dress himself and go off to the Hall after Dick, but he resist ed the temptation with a hopeless feeling that he would gain nothing by it, that he would only vex himself i the sight of the other fellow philan dering after the girl he had loved all tils life. "She'll find him out after a bit," he said to himself, "and then she'll know how to value a man who means every worday, and more than every wordthat he says." In the meantime Dick Aylmer went on and turned In at the hospitably open gate of Gravelelgh Hall, with the assured air of one who knows before hand what his welcome would be. "Is Mist! Dlmsdale at home?" he asked of Barbara, who came to the door in an swer to his knock. "I am not sure, sir," Barbara an swered. "But she may be in the gar denI'll find out, sir, in a minute." She disappeared again, leaving him 'there, and then a man ran out from --the side of the house, to take the horse's head and before B...

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. — 13 December 1900

WAYS THAT ARK DARK. "She told me I looked pale," said the eerlous-faced girl on Ihe car, "and so she took me upstairs and put some rouge on my cheeks and sent me off to the party feeling like an Easter egg. "She said I was lovely, however, and I admit that I thought the embellish ment rather becoming when I gazed in the mirror at my pinky reflection. But I had a miserable time at Mary's. I had forgotten to ask my hostess whether my complexion was a fast color or not, so when the rest bobbed for apples in the most ridiculously un dignified fashion, I was obliged to ab stain for fear of emerging many shades whiter than when I went in. "Also, though my face became very warm from dancing, I did not dare to pass my handkerchief over it, lest the senseless linen absorb the rich, warm ntood that mantled my blushing cheeks. I, "I was never so stiff and uncom fortable in my life. I spent my time endeavoring to catch surreptitious glances of myself in the many mirrors that adorned the walls,"...

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. — 13 December 1900

Stato. of Minnesota, Co. of Beltram*. ss A'illageofBeoildjl. Notice is hereby given that application has been made in writing to the Village Council of said village of Bemidji, and filed in my office. praying for license to sell intoxicating liquors for the term commencing on Decem ber 29, 1900. and terminating, ondDecember 29e 1901. by the following1 person an at the plac as stated In said application, respectively, to wit: FRED M. DUDLEY Front to m. ground floor, in tho two storv tHine buiding situated on part of lots 11,14. 15. lti.and 17. In block 17. original townsite of Bemidji, Minn. Baid application will he heard and deter mined by the Village Council of the Village of Bemidji, at the recorder's office, in tho city hall, in the villuge of Bemidji. hi Beltrami eouuty and state of Minn., on Friday, the 2K day of December. A. D. 1900, at8 o'clock p. m. of that day. Witness my hand and seal of the vilhigv of Bemidji this 12th dav of I e". A. 1"). 1000. NEWTON HOVKOYl). 41-42 Vil...

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