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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 20 December 1900

*IU*t*rt VOL. 5. NO. 42. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. HarvyF. Geil, Editor The A. Wonzor. Assistant Editor. A class in book keepirg was started Tuesday. The people, taking partin the plays, were rehearsing in the Opera house Saturday. The recitation classes in the high room are being divided up, as some are going to make special efforts to pass certain examinations, held in January. L. H. Bailey was around visiting school Friday afternoon. He gave a short talk to the high room pupils that was very interesting, and contained also a lot of good advice, that we would all do well to think about and follow, especially that of giving atten tion to the thing we are doing. Mr. Bailey has all ourthanks and we hope to see and hearshim here again. An .entertainment will be given by the school at the cityhallFriday even ing, Dec, 21, free of charge. The fol lowing program will be rendered. Music by 8th grade Concert recita tion: Song, Bob White The Christ mas six pence The baby song Poor Little Joe, Irma...

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. — 20 December 1900

Wkt ftomidj i fmm. KAISHR A GREEI/T. Fubliifeem BEMIDJX, MINNESOTA. An election bet of a steer against & $50 coffin la recorded In Kansas. In Indiana It la unlawful to bet on an election, and the penalty for so doing is to pay a sum ranging from the amount bet to one twice as great to the school fund. Cats are having a bad time in Ger many just now. Ten thousand fur lined great coats and as many each of fur gloves and gaiters have been or dered for the troops in China, and pussy has to shed her skin for all. For every great coat fourteen cat skins are used. The Russian government grants sub sidies for the purpose of helping new settlers. This money is spent in en couraging farming and fruit-raising. Subventions are given for the first BIX years. During the following ten years these subventions must be repaid in yearly payments. Since 1894 $2,605,500 has been spent in that way. The domestic goose holds about the same honored place in the nutritive economy of Germany that the most...

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. — 20 December 1900

DAIRYMEN' OF STATE. Annnnl Convention nit I'Vrgm Calls A Great Sncccm. The Minnesota State Dairymen's as sociation convention held a three days' session at Fergus Falls. The sessions were marked by large attendance and great interest. In addition to the mem bers of the association there has been a large attendance from the neighbor hood, which shows the growing inter est in dairying in this section. One of the most interesting features of the meeting was the election of of ficers, which resulted in the re-election of the old officers with the exception of treasurer. The officers are as fol lows: President, Even Evenson of Strout: first vice president, August Samuelson of Lafayette second vice president, W. L. Chappell of Fergus Falls secretary, Robert Crlekmore of Prtt: treasurer, E. W. Dewey of Fer gus Falls. The evening sessions were given over to the Women's auxiliary and were very interesting. The meetings Closed with a grand ball which was largely attended by the members pres e...

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 December 1900

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered In the postoflico nfc Bemidji a8 aecond-clasH mutter. PTTBLZSHBD EVERY THUKSDAY Official Paper. THE NATIONAL PARK IDEA. THE movement for establishing a big forest reservation and park in the northern part of the state seems to begaining adherents through out Minnesota and the nation. The entire delegation from this state at Washington, with the exception of Congressman Morris, is reported in favor of the park idea. No doubt Mr. Morris thinks he represents the senti ment of the Sixth district in his atti tude, and there is little question but what a majority of our people will say his position is well taken. But the PIONEER differs with him and be lieve that most of this opposition to the park is born from misconception and bred by apathy of thought. The practical man who looks no further into the future than the bottom of his cash drawer scoffs at the park idea the lumberman who amasses his fortune from "dead and down tim...

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. — 20 December 1900

I ABSOJUJIEIY^URC LOCAL HAPPENINGS. A ?naw set in Sunday. Silk lined glows at Burton's. Al. Kaiser was over from Fosston Sunday. Go to Lochen's to buy your Christ mas presents. His stock is all new. Lochen's Christmas Goods arrived today and are ready for your inspec tion. Fancy Ties, one in a fancy box, a fine Christmas present for your friend. At Burton's. Solway's new fire company will give a dance Christmas night. Have you seen the Way's patent mufflers at Burton's? The swellest line of fine chinavvare in the city at Jones & Ross. A fine selection of silk handkerchiefs and mufflers. Come in and inspect them. S. A. Lochen. The Bagley Band will try to "get even" by giving a dance Christmas night. Buy your holiday goods of Jones & Ross and get that gold watch they are given away. Millwood at Manger's mill for fifty cents a load. Leave your orders at Manger's office. Geo. Stone began on Friday to re pair the Swedeback sawmill. He is a first-class millwright. Dr. Arnold's Cou...

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. — 20 December 1900

CHAPTER VI.(Continued.) "The devil take those fellows," Dick was saying to himself at that mo ment, as he drove along. "They have either got a clue or they've turned auspicious. Snooks the other day and Laurence now. I shall have to make p my mind to screw things up to a climax." But he had not now much fear tbat the climax would he a disagreeable one for him and he drove along over the muddy roads as gayly as ever he bad done between the sweet Sep tember hedgerows. Yet when he drew up in front of the Hall it struck him that there was something atrange about the place. For one thing, the usual neat and well-kept gravel was cut up, and in one place the low 'box-hedge which skirted the now empty flower beds was cut and crushed as if a careless driver had driven over it. He was not long left in doubt. Old Adam came to take his horse and led him off to the stable, shaking his head with ominous sadness, and muttering something indistinctly about a bad job and then Barbara opened the door...

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. — 20 December 1900

People who did not know the Bert rams wonder ed how It wero possible for so many children to IITO in BO small a house. When Dr. xJertram built the house it was considered of ery good size, but that was many years ago and since then five bright, happy children had come to crowd the little brown house. On one side of them lived a little boy who was an only child and the idol of his father end mother. had the enviable reputation of having everything he wanted. When some of the little Bert rams wished they were as fortunate as Lawrence Cole, their sister Helen, who was 14, would say: "Oh, it wouldn't be nice to have all he things we wantthere wouldn't be anything to wish for, and wishing is such fun!" Of their neighb or on the other side the children stood in great awe as a bachelor named Samuel Jorden, who lived all alone, and who detested children and how in the world he happened to build a house right ne xt to the little bro wn house full of them is not known. But, in spite of all th...

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. — 20 December 1900

State of lnnesota, Co. of Beltiam'. -as. Village of Beuiidji. Notice is hereby given Hint application has been made in writing to the Viliapo Council of said village of Beuiidji, and tiled in my office, praying for UoenBe to sell intoxicating liquors forth term commencing on Decem ber 26, 1900. and terminating on December 29 1901. by the following person, and at the plaee as stated In said application, respectively, to wlt: FRED M.DUDLEY Front roim, ground floor, in the two str frame buidlng situated on part of lots 18,14. 15.16 and 17. In block 17. original townsito of Bemidji. Minn. Said application will ho heard and deter mined by the.Village Council of the Village of Bomidil, t the recorder's office, in tho cltv hall. In the village of Humidji. in Beitrami eouuty and state of Minn., on Friday, the 28 day of December. A. 1). 1900, at 8 o'clock p. m. of that day. Witness my hand arid sea) of the village 3f Bemidji this !2th day of her. A. D. 1WK). NEWTON HOLROYD. 41-12 Village Rec...

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 December 1900

ri tive Page VOL. 5. NO. 43. The St. Anthony's Hospital is a monument to the skill and en terprise of its founders. It is a growth no amount of money xul create it. It is today a val uable enterprise to the town of Bemidji and a splendid testi monial to the professional skill of its founders. This hospital is under the auspicies of the Sisters of St. Benedict, it being a branch of the mother hospital of St. Mary's of Duluth, and there are five other hospitals conducted by the Sisters in other places. This hospital was organized at Bemidji two years ago, on a small scale, renting a few small rooms over a a store. They now have the larg est hospital in Northwest Minne sotaoutside of Duluth. Thebuild ing and grounds are very hand some, indeed, and are estimated at a cost of about $18,000. It is located on the west bank of Lake Bemidji, overlooking the same. The bxiilding is a handsome three story building, 80x90 feet, with a stpne^bas.ement, with 60 rooms, including bath rooms, drug ro...

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 December 1900

Wxt imidji %\mtx. XAI8BR ORBELY. Publlnhftr^ BEMIDJI, 1 MINNESOTA. I Misfe' Clara Barton, head of the Red Oross society, has placed with a firm at Kittrell, N. C.,a order for 1,000,- 000 strawberry plants. These plants will be distributed among the fruit growers of Texas who suffered so se verely from the great September storm. Some at least of the great redwood trees of California will be preserved, the state having recently come into possession of about 400 acres of red wood forest through the will of the late Col. J. B. Armstrong of Clover dale, Sonoma county. The tract' is to be held as a public park. The first authentic discovery of traces of a prehistoric race in Alaska was made recently by prospectors in the foot-hills of Mount St, Ellas. A copper mine was unearthed which had been worked ages ago. Kettles, tools, spear-heads and other articles, made in a crude manner from copper, were found. The President usually Issues his Thanksgiving day proclamation just before the Novemb...

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 December 1900

"tr cfive Page OFFICIAL COUXT COMP-LETKO. State Canvrntxintr Board Annoanooi Election lU-snlts. The state canvassing board has com peted the count of the vote at the gen eral election and certificates of elec itioa have been sent out by the secre tary of state to those shown to have 'received the largest number of votes. The figures of the board on the vote of the election were officially certified as follows: Presidential Elector*. William B. Leo (Rep.) 190.4C1 i. L. uessiii (Itap.) isa.4its IWwin Dunn' (Rep.) 182,87a J. C. Donovan (Rep.) Hj2,:i(J0 li. K. Naeseth (ltep.) 182,107 Carl Wirth (Kep.) 182,!8 J. S. Dodge (Rep.) 1S1.703 8. A. Whltnsy (Rep.) 181,048 H. W. Stone (Rep.) 180,400 Uudolt Seliiffman (Dtni.) 112,Wl M. It. rrenilerust (Dem.) 107,781 O. W. Anderson (Dem.) 107.501 Ueorge Lester (Dem.) 107,280 0. T. RamBland (Dem.) 107,119 Daniel Aberte (Dem.) '...100.044 1\,D. NoTenberg' (Dem.) M*,W John Jen.swoUl, Jr. (Dem.) 100,701 T. C. Hodgson (Dem.) 108,020 (leorst B\ Wells (Pr...

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 December 1900

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY. Publishers Entered in the postoffieo at Bemidji an second-class mutter. prBLlSIUil) EVKU\ 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 $7.75 worth of reading for $1.25, the regular sub scription price of the PIONEER for one year. Our offer is this: Pay us $1.2" 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 mo American Illustrated, 3 mo The Farm Magazine, 3 mo The Fanciers' Review, 3 ...

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. — 27 December 1900

4 vt fiVi i I ABSOWHIYtelRE LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Barney Burton is in town The swellest line of fine chinaware in the city at Jones & Ross. Al Haxen returned Friday from a vJ9itto his homestead at Eagle Bend. Mies May McLennan, who is teach ing in Minneapolis, is spending the holidays with her parents here. O'Leary & Bowser's store will be closed New Year's day, after one o'clock p. m. A fine selection of silk handkerchiefs and mufflers. Come in and inspect them. S. A. Locfaen. C. Searle & Son are expert Taxider 'mists. They also tan hides and furs and make mats. Their address is Moose, Beltrami county, Minn. Any work in their line will receive prompt attention. Guy Dunning came in from Winsor to spend Christmas at home. He has finished one term of school out there and they liked him well enough ty en gage him for another term. 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. Makes the ...

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. — 27 December 1900

CHAPTER VII.(Continued.) "I know it. But then you must re member that she ha'u always heen ac customed to live up to her full in come-to keep her carriage and pair, her gardener and her maids. Indeed, Miss Dim3dale never had any money to spare, and It was In the hope of making more of the loose money that be bad, money that was apart from lier estate and her settled annuity, that she anforcunately bought, among oth er things, two shares in a hank which was not safe, which, indeed, failed and lea her liable for nearly as much money as the Hall and the lands were worth." Then was my aunt a pensioner on your bounty?" Dorothy cried, her face all aflame at the idea. "Certainly not." with a bitter smile at the pride on the soft little face. "I was not to take possession until her death, and she hnd always her an nuity but after that loss she never ttred in the same comfort quite as she had done before." "I never noticed it," Dorothy put in. "Perhaps not. She was most anx ious that you sho...

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. — 27 December 1900

4 ive Page POOP EATINQ. rrWBK Dried by the 8ou In Mexico Highly Esteemed by Vuurmeta, In many delicatessen stores the bon vivant can now purchase sun-dried prawns, which form an admirable, ac cessory to the daily bill, of fare, says the New York Evening Post. Steeped over night in warm water, they swell to twice, and thrice their original di mensions, and in the morning are ready to be made the basis'.of a score of toothsome dishes. Nearly all' of these cpme from the Gulf' of Mexico and their, story is an interesting com mentary upon the thrift and enter prise of our Chinese citizen's. "Some fifteen or' twenty years ago, said a Chinese merchant to-day, "some Chi nese sailors in Now Orleans noticed that the gulf prawns were like those of south China, only larger and better flavored. They carried the news to their countrymen, who immediately conceived the project of drying them iHpthe same way as in Kwang-Tung. They organized several settlements along the gulf. There is one not far .f...

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. — 27 December 1900

State of Minnesota, i Co. of Beltranr. Villageof Bemidji. Notice is hereby (riven 'hut application has been made In writing to the Village Council of said villnsro of Bemidji, and died in my office, proving for licence to sell iutoxicatinwr liquors for the term commencing on Decem ber 29, 1900. and terminating, ondDecember 29e 1901. by the following1 as stated In said application, respectively, to wit: FREDM. 1UDLE Front room, ground floor, in the two story frame bulding situated on part of lots 13,14. 15. Wand 17. In block 17. original townsite of Bemidji. Minn. Said application will be heard arid deter mined by the Village Council of the Village of Bemidji, at the recorders office, In the city .hall. In the village of Bemidji. in Beltrami county and state of Minn., on Friday, the 28 day of December. A. D. 1900, at 8 o'clock p. in. of that day. Witness my hand and soul of tho village of Bemidji this' 12th day of Der. A.,D. 1900. NEWTON HOLROYD. 41-42 Village Recorder. To Water Cons...

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. — 27 December 1900

O LU 0 State of Minnesota, i Co. of Beltranv. :-H. Villaffeot Bemidji. 1 Notice is hereby given 'hat application has beenmado in writing to the Vfhuge Council of said village of Beniidji, aud filed my office, praying for license to sell iiitixioatln liquors for tbe term commencing on Deceui ber 29, 190Q. and terminating on December 29 1901. b.v the following person, and at the place as stated In said application, respectively, wlt: FRED M. DUDLEY Front room, ground floor, in the two story frame balding situated on part of lots 11, II. 15.16 and 17. in block 17. original townslte of Bernidjl. Minn. Said application will be heard and deter mined by the Village Council of the Village of Bemldil, at the recorder's ofheo. In tieeltv hall, in the village of Bemidji. in Beltrami county and state of Minn., on Friday, the 38 day of December. A. D. 1900, at 8 o'clock p. m. of that day. Witness my hand and seal of the villuge of Bemidji this 12th day of Dec. A.,D. 1900. NEWTON HOLROYD. 41-42 V...

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. — 3 January 1901

5 1 1 E "i mm ve Paae VOL. 5. NO. 44. EXCEPTIONS: 1- 2 Off on Ladies' Capes 41'^ I ant rv Jackets EXCEPTIONS ,t No Discount on Douglas Sboes, Gold Seal Rub bers or Lanpher Hats. GREAT -STOCK- REDUCTION SALE We will commence to take our semi annual inventory on February 1st and desire to reduce our stock one half by that time. To accomplish our purpose we will offer our entire siockexcept goods mentioned in the corners of this advertis ment and marked exceptionsat "20 per cent discount (1-5 off) from our regular price. Sale will commence Friday morn ing January 31st. Merchandise is advancing all along the line. One fifth Off from our regular price means that you can buy first-class goods at less than we can replace them for today. This sale will mean a money loss of hun dreds of dollars to us. This will be your gain. Our gain will be less goods to handle over in taking inventory and make room for our spring stock, which will commence to arrive about February 1st. As usual, when we ad...

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. — 3 January 1901

1 I VOL. 5. NO. 44. EXCEPTIONS 1- 2 Oil on Ladies' Capes antl Jackets EXCEPTIONS No Discount on Douglas Shoes, Gold Seal Rub bers OP Lanpher Hats. GREAT --STOCK- REDUCTION SALE We will commence to take our semi annual inventory on February 1st and desire to reduce our stock one half by that time. To accomplish our purpose we will offer our entire siockexcept goods mentioned in the corners of this advertis- ment and marked exceptionsat 20 per cent discount (1-5 off) from our regular price. Sale will commence Friday morn ing January 31st. Merchandise is advancing all along the line. One fifth Off from our regular price means that you can buy first-class goods at less than we can replace them for today. This sale will mean a money loss of hun dreds of dollars to us. This will be your gain. Our gain will be less goods to handle over in taking inventory and make room for our spring stock, which will commence to arrive about February 1st. As usual, when we advertise a sale, we will have t...

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. — 3 January 1901

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Bntered in the postoflieo at Bemidji as tecoml-ulaait matter. PrBLTSIIEU KvtfltY 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 *7.7r worth of reading for $1.25, the regular sub scription price of the PIONEKR for one year. Our offer is this: Pay us 11.25, 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 Hygieuic "Gazette, $ mo The Western Swine Breeder, ."$ mo The Farmers' Voice, 3 mo The Indianapolis Sentinel, $ mo Gunnel's Monthly, 3 mo American Illustrated, 3 mo The Farm Magazine, 3 mo The Fanciers' Revie...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
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