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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 3 February 1898

Gents Furnishings. UIovoS and Mittens. Fi.ie lose. Common Hose. Collars and Cuffs. Keck wear. Handkerchief's. Suspenders. Fine White Shirts. Fancy Colored Shirts. Underwear1 nil Line. Clothing. Pants,$l to $5. Overalls, 35c to $1. Overcoats, $1.25 to $5. Canvass (.'oats, $1.25 to $4.50, Mac kin a ws, $2 to $3.50. German Socks, 50c to $1.25. W E TAKE ORDERS FOR SUITS. Harness. Single and Dcuble. Lumbermen's to order. Horse Blankets. Whips. Robes. Full Line .Trimmings. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY, AND WORK GUARANTEED. Flour and Feed and Lumbermen's Sup plies, i VVWMW^MW^^W***^ LOCA NEWS. Hal Haner, you're another! J[udge Rosby is seriously ill witti pneumonia, and may not UP out for houie time. Prof. Smith, the linguist, has a class in PreiYch hard at work on thereof tones of that tongue. Hank Maloney and Mell Oakes. of Moose Creek town, are both proving up on their claims. tfube Oakes. of Moose, had a runa way List week, and ha been badly crippled every since.s ,l Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Dudley...

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 February 1898

Shr |cmidji gifflteft I 3d. Kill* A Co. BE MIL .11. I'llilllMllCI-M. MINNESOTA There should be no treaty with Great Britain. If a question arises that might lead to war we want to give England the kind of a licking she de serves. The clergyman of Baltimore who opposes Sunday ice-cream, Sunday street cars and Sunday excursions is quite unreasonable. We shall find him opposing the Sunday sermon next. It is the belief of the politicians that "the people" are opposed to the reform of the civil service and favor the spoils system. If the politicians would think about the matter they might reach a different conclusion. Some day even the most blinded will admit that pat ronage is not an aid, but an obstacle, to success. The most clamorous appli cants for place are not the most ef ficient supporters a man may have often the case is quite contrary to this. The conduct of men in great emer gencies often rebukes the ingratitude and lack of control in every-day life. Nansen's countryman, Dr. Sv...

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 February 1898

I 'ntntelliffcnt. Miss BickcttsI was told that be was an excellent conversationalist, but I was vastly disappointed in biiu. Miss TrotterThat's odd. Miss HickettsWell, he told me that be took no interest whatever in bicy cles. WHERE HARD TIMES ARE NOT KNOWN. Described by a St l'aul Paper a* the New St ar of Liberty. Summer's Sunshine In tlio T.and of Flowers may be enjoyed next Saturday, if you take the new through tourist sleeping car for Los Angeles, Cal., leaving every Tuesday via Chicago Great Western railway, Kansas Citv and the Santa route. The se through tourist sleeping ears are provided With everything necessary for comfort on a long journey, including bedding and fr.- li linen, two large toilet rooms and a range for light cooking, the car being in charge of a porter whose sole duty is to keep it clean and attend to the wants of the passengers. The Maple Leaf-Santa through car. In addition to lowe st r-ite^ affords the advantage of the short est line and quickest time, coup...

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. — 3 February 1898

.St quent fMSATEOtf MINNESOTA. I County of Beltram i. 1 TOWN n: YaWkey. lot 1... LIST O TAXES RANGE aa. 3 4 7 Same, ne^ of swK Same, sw'i of sek Same, nwU of neU i of ItwJS la On Lands in the County of Beltrami Delhi- ii^i^ on the First Monday in January, A. D. 1898. )lstl icic llr iiit'i'cs or 11:1 n'l 01 1'.111a 1 neelisth.-reto 11-0 i 'n-i.ia .t. 1 i.fh. -r.i .1 jiiecc or pare interest and costs [Slgnodl Fifteenth Judicial Dislrlrt. The state of Minnesota, to all parsons, companies, or corporations, win havt orclaimaiiv estate, ritflit. title, orinterest, in.claim to tir.lien upjn. any ot the several I same, sw'i... nieces or parcels of land i111 th tac ein-.d.e..s.c bed: Same, ej*.... 36 4 4'1 to S and S S WUhelin, lot 1 IS Yawkey & I'owler. lot 2 10 W Yawkey. lot 2 2' Same, ntK of $&/+ 25 S'I IS 40 40 Sume, nesfef neM *-J TOWN 149, RANGE 3X James Everton. se Same, s'i of swVi. neU of sw'i.. .11 A PWliite.sw^i of saVi.seiiof sw'^1'2 Same. n'i of ne'i 13 J.H Keltey.wVi of...

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. — 10 February 1898

m Gents Furnishings. .Gloves and Mittens, Fine Hose. Common Hose. Collars iii(l Cuffs. Neckwear. Handkerchiefs. Suspenders. Pine White Shirts. Fancy Colored Shirt*. Underwearlull Lin/ -m1 Clothing. Pants, $1 to $5. Overalls, 35c to $1. Overcoats. $1.25 to $5. Canvass Oats, $1.25 to $4.50, Maekinaws, $2 to $3.50. German Socks, 50c to $1.25. W E TAKE OSWERS FO# SUITS. Harness. Single and Double. Lumbermen's to order, Horse Blankets. Whips. llobes. Full Line Trimmings. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY, AND WORK GUARANTEED. Flour and Feed and Lumbermen's Sup plies. (Obituary, DIEDiit his home in the, town of Bemidji, Beltrami county, Minne sotit. on Tuesday, February 8th. ]S"iS, at 3 p. m.. T. X. ltosby, aged 07 years and 8 months. Mr. Rosby was tjie Judge of Probate ot Beltrami county, hav ing been appointed to that position by Governor Clongh shortly after the organization of the county last spring. He was a wel}?known and honored citizen of the county, hay ing eon*e here from Kandiyohi in the s...

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. — 10 February 1898

She cmiilji SPicwcr I3d\v. Knt-xcr & Co.. IMiUHnlierM. iiiiMin.il, MINNESOTA Let us add to the -suggestion c Judge Northrup of Syracuse, that con victs be obliged to wear no distinctive garb, the provision that they shall ap pear only in dress suits in the even ing. A daughter of Sorosis advises as a relief from mental strain the reading of Mr. Howells, while another daugh ter suggests football. Still another daughter shrieks "Seek equilibriums!" whatever that may be. Thus the ef fort of this heavenly body to relieve mental strain has brought about a state of chaos that is more melancholy than the original trouble and promises large additions to the asylums. The shooting of Ruiz, peace com missioner from Blanco to Aranguren, at first glance looks like the assassina tion of a bearer of the white flag but the commissioner who has instructions to bribe is meaner than any spy, and knows, as Ruiz said of himself, that he is going to his own death. There was great villainy in Weyler 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. — 10 February 1898

s& 7 i THE BIRDS'ODD WAYS STRANGE ANTICS IN WHICH THEY INDULGE. How the Lapwlug DancesThree In Row, to the Accompaniment of Their Drumming These Songster* March and Keep Time. Of all the interesting points on which Mr .Dixon touches in his "Curi osities of Bird Life" perhaps none is more remarkable than the strange antics in which some birds indulge, especially at the pairing season, says the London Daily News. With what odd gestures will a smartly dressed cock-sparrow, for instance, endeavor to cut a good figure in the eyes of his demure and sober-tinted lady-love! With drooping wings and tail raised high in the air, he shuflles along the ground or sidles toward his mate as she sits on the edge of the rainpipe, while he utters, instead of bursts of soul-stirring melody, strange, inartic ulate sounds, intended, no doubt, quite as honestly as the noble music of the song-thrush to express the depth and fervor of his passion. To a similar performance, though with more of dig nity a...

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. — 10 February 1898

*.r The Bemidji Pion.eey J,T)1f. K.VISEJi & CO., Publishers PUBLISHED EVEKT TKTRSDAT EnUrsd .In th*. postorflc* at Bomldjl, onri class matter. A LA "JERjft* What a bluffer David plough is, to be sure .Anoka Union. What significance there may be pi 'the above paragraph from the Anoka Union,' from the pen of G. S. Eease, who hulds the purse strings to .the'conscience of Gov ernor Clough, and who may be counted on to keep abreast of most pfthe governor's political plan tings, there is a good deal of sur mising throughout the state. In Nvhat respect is Clough bluffing? Is he "playing horse" with Van Sant? Ishe the feaj and true ''machine'' of the republican par ty offcliestate, or is he merely gretending to be such? Is Van aiit honest in his declaration in favor of the re-election of Pavis 0 the senate, or has he made a compact with Clough, and is talk ing for publication ard acting tor Support? The supporters of Judge 'Collins have become active and aggressive in all parts of the s...

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. — 19 January 1899

ft IJ VOL 3. NO. 46. COLORS OP THE OCEAN. Jatcre.iluc KtmulU of Kecent Gerau Ob.ervatlou. The Berlin correpoudent of the Lon don Dally Mail writes: Of late years the attention of savants has been di rected to the investigation of the "Plancton," under which name the red and yellow coloring of portions of the surface of the ocean is known. All the expeditions leaving German ports this year have instructions to pay special attention to the matter, and ordinary sea captains are encouraged to chron icle all particulars regarding any ap pearance of the phenomenon that may come tinder their notice. In the Ger man "Notes on Hydrographye and Maritime Meteorology," Herr H. Hal termann of the naval observatory at Hamburg recapitulates the present state of knowledge on the subject, from material supplied by learned and un learned men. According to these au thorities, most cf whom are officers of ships In some way connected with the German naval observatory, the reddish coloring of the ocean is...

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. — 19 January 1899

Ist.VM ifH So^W^ ,eH of seM., 4'linti VV ntmrdan. nH ofnw'4 47 J.inirs Mabon, sf of nieJi, sYt ofjiw* .....,.1 Mollis GtlbertAon,. awii ot neJ4 neM of nwX ..,.-18 It 1 Mcehau, wh or H. eK or seM Do nc of iu)W...........10 tVDarJotte A Barte. nv% f neX.W l A i/||rtia,.tH.or wH Wo -,ii}MofawM 28 TOWN 32-n, RANGE 30 Leardar Boacb, nwMof SWM....25 Do ncM of seM, lott 1 ItUd?. rrv-?6 10* TOWN 153-n. RAJTCE !0w. ,f Mcthan. ncH..,.,,,,.,.,,. 160 Do oViof 19 I)o lots J. 2 and 4. of *sX: .1 Do swH pf UW54..V....20 Der nard Anderson, wl- mH...85 Do of seJ4 Geo i Robinson, sw"i of Jto nSofueH... & .Mot'lisn. new or nwM. TOWN 154-n RANGEM-v. P&J Moeh*p. lot4 81 Ih lotlandS 17^2 Do Jot land 3 20 Oo uirof soM- 1 Xi .iwJi of hii! 23 )o pf8C }q awMofue} 27 eoHot nxtH 27 TOWN 149-n. RANGE 31- w. Wn Wood, nwX of sw!.w 4 of u*H 28 80 TOWN ISO-n, RANGE 31 w,40 ESldholro, K Pf W A B{pK P!4o sw .,.,.,,.U llf lljfii Hwjiiti'wM of w:....,...... W A Kalph. e^i of se}4, nw f e} if Brandt. HPfs?M XIII...

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. — 19 January 1899

Itultrar.r. Count} OtlicesK. Comiuirfsioui'iK \V. S. linuuioiivj i'liainuau. J'. K. DiaUey, 'Jl. lv land. AiulitoiJ. U. J&iter. Treasurer- If. till inn. ItegistoiA,-!' Deeds-.Matt l'hildro. Clerk ol" DistrU-t CourtC VV. Speelmun. Cortntv AUimoy~'lV. V. Street. SheriffJ. P. Nj'i^aid. jiidgt) rw'b.iU-^ X. Carson. Comity SiijjiuriiiteinU'tit--V. J. Dull woody. CoroiK'i--U. V. BI W.WK. Court (.'(tujimi^siiiiu'iJ. F. Bepiore Hraluvnl 1 N.ortli\M Time Tllc Leaves li(irajj .at 7:00 a.m. Arrlvwttt B'rklucrd W Loaves Brnliicwl Arrives at BVmMlJI rnt Sorijiorri Tlw 2 Passenger jfii.Kiest Pusseugerj.'iinj iwpst. LA.F M. SKlJJyiK AT?ORXEY-AT-LAW n.,^li.ps before tfceJJ R. Land Oflilco and nrtlStmXirSsr l*'erio given prompt In coiU^e.u-o. _, UimiUjl, .if lnii*f TK. Ti'prr., NORWEGIAN, PHWCJAN. ORAT&ATG OF ItOYAL U-JBVKJtSITY OF Clllif'STIAXA. FOSSTOV. MINNESOTA. Great Northern Hotel WFIITK & WAUKEX. Props. TirMtrlituM Boarding Mftble ii Connection. GRACELAND. MINX *TER BRAND* Proprie...

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. — 19 January 1899

210 224 S 197 t'Ji FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of the County of Beltrami, for the Year Ending January 3d, 1899. corvjry ORDERS JSSUEb December, K97. Orrter J.* ITS J'.4 Jauuary. 1888. 2 Newman.physician fee*.poor 25.00 Z do do SCO VA URemoro, election returns .W JJS2 Bum IdJI Mer Co, poor 4.To 2M W Field, 10.00 3 Matt Hermes, poor 4.01) 2 iiiso 'Hamilton, printing aud adrertisisg t.9. 236 Nygaard. frame barn 1S0.O0 February. ISPS. *34 2 256 Wpelinso.co. clerk fees E Aclieiibncli. tot oner's fees.... OeoPKuudall. wltiMMW fees peo.McTaggart.Dour, Wright aud liTspafii. roads and bridges Portr Xje, poatiige 256' S 262 -.03 264 205 it* 2B7 -69 i 270 271 27* 271 4 275 276 2.7 2T8 2i'9 280 21 282 2M 2M 285 286 SW 268 .289 JAM 291 294 296 297 S 3U) U 308 a 304 2U3 *fi Ml AM :.ln -ill 312 313 314 315 3M 317 318 iu SJ0 221 A2 2SI 221 325 20 7 .128 :C9 *i0 UHlt isck. lA-tlllltf. CiUO J)oll DK. 1 1A Lnutford. Ail Cunuiiwfham, do do do Frunk Juneau, do John Landiug. do Kittle Ki ttleson. do a Hi Alttwi ...

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. — 7 September 1899

eJ i ft VOL 4. NO. 27. r-'l 4 S .-^.-Ks I -.HI Confectioiiepy'SjgBeac- ai'^*^.: Stationery .--la. ^_ TOBACCO AND CIGARS !TinmwwHnifwwmnntwwnwwwwwtn?ifff.Hin'wHinTfrowtTwnwfntiTwwiiinnnT FRKJX IN SEASON.,A SPECIALTY ICE^R^ rURLGR SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION. Soft Drinks of All Kinds 1? -r s-wr*rajt lUmhlji.jMiun. There In "^i i ?o r. When People who had want* to satisfy, did tfotknow where to Ko. Bargains in anything in Men's Wear go to '-ft I -*ix, 41. TOWI -PUMP" CLOTBUnVG -HOU & A. L. BEAN, Proprietor iKWWiw.'iHwtHiiiiiwiinttiwwmmnmmrTmTmTmr.TfWffWifnwwtfHn wnrm mr| E JO W.RK A BPKOIAl.TY. nTHKWHKD VXD 1 SATISFACTION (i IMIi A XTE ED. W. W. McGlLDVRAY, Shop:--First Door South of Senate Restaurant. cAsk fee Art Ciialegve. AND A 4 Jib^ ESTIMATES GJVBN. rown Away & When yoa btty & Type writer thai is not built on ffi accepted scientific princi- jjr pies. Such a machine foil! ^J eat itself up in repair bills tt and be a source of con stant annoyance. ff Vie.... Smith'Premi...

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. — 7 September 1899

The Bemidji Pioneer, EDW. KAISEB A CO,, Publishers PUBLISHED EVBBT TBCB9DAY, Entarad In the postoffle* at BamldJI, as sec ondolaat matter. THE THIRTEEflTH. Between Gov. Lind and Mayor Gray of Minneapolis, thwe promises to be more or less politic* in the re turn of the Thirteenth Minola from Manilla. Both of tham kuT gone to San Francisco to welcoKtf tha boys home, but Mayor Gray rather the biggest feather in hie cap, as he car ries along that MlnneafdS* draft for $10,000 to help pay the ta'tnsportation of the boys to Minnesota, while Gov. Lind was ungraoious ertough to refuse to let any portion off evch expenses come out of the military emergency fund. Besides, Gi'ay lafc^woa the ground waiting for the Sheridan to arrive, while Lind is only on his way across the Rockies txA xtiy not be. on the dock on arrival of the bOAt. Be that as it may, the boys come home in better shape as to numbers, dress and condition th&a any Gghting regiment that came out of the war of the rebellion. 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. — 7 September 1899

Beltrami Connty Offl- 'v0o't&ni8*ionerB--W. 9S0 6. Brannou, Chairman. E. Dudley, T. X. Berg land. AuditorJ. H. Haner. TreasurerQ. J. Sbinn. Register of DeedsMatt Phibbs. Clerk of District CourtC. W. Speelman. County AttorneyW. Street. SheriffJ. Nygaard. Judge of ProbateG. M. Carson. County Superintendent-~F. J. Dun woody. CoronerB. Brown. Court CommissionerJ. F. Ilemore. *fe Brainerd & N prtnernthe MINNESOTA RAILWAY, In connection with the NORTHERN PACIFIC RY., fVovides the best train service from BEMID 41. Walker and points north of Brainerd to the Twin Cities, Dulath, St. Cloud. Far go, Wadena & points East, South & West. A,... TIMETABLE North Bound. A*r. 7:00 p.m. Bemidji Departg:46 p.m. Lakeport 8:10a.m 6:10p.m. Walker 8:55.ft?m. :B6 p. m. Lothrop 9:20 a. m. 8:58p.m. Backus 9:58a.m. 8:32 p.m. Pino Elver 10:21a.m. 8*7 p. m. Peauot 10:48 a. m. 2:10 p.m. Brainerd il-.SO a. m. Arrive Arrive12:50p.m. Brainerd 12:25 p.. Depart Depart 1145 a.m. Little Palls 1U5 -10:56 -...

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. — 7 September 1899

smiHWiMWUnmywH 'Ph two recent axownUosfl ftfow fipainwii Beiuitlji. bjf wtM' .yards of f*)0 lis r^nfon i/r tfie 'W^1 to makeup a eowfortahlo livi ij wan a .surprise to most of the excursionist who naturally wonder how Beij.jJji frappefl/sd o i# so far north of Hrai oerd Bu her*? is, And hero it wan -pleartur,e to Hrhera to llnd it, became It -JH far enough from Hrwinerd to do 00 harm and p}QtfQOUgll to make an jeleyant vuwvf. place in tho summer ,dayH. Brainor appreciate.* spun and en- terprise., and admires tho maki'iff Bomidji. tyana-jor Winte of the Brainer & Norther is th lxf friend of both cities, and we commend 1* energy and Jiborality. DENTISTRY, Dr. J. H. Tliomaa, Hie Crook* ,4ou Dentist, will b1 J+*t.9 09HAN, Pop Fourth Str,. pigs Furbished At Rosiaonable Rates. jsam -WJW**1 Mv*' .WW'*. ,to ma-ny ftfher tliUjji* tha,ts have taken lu v, il place jpUv uonjfo north alui a himtii' mile*, into the heart of' the pine I e- W ^ion, aad al-ifl fownnites, and a lovely villus 0 l....

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. — 8 March 1900

LIHHIIIil.il I A DIHTY KOAST. Afl Duscreditabie to the Roaster as to the Roasted. Bemidji, Spitefully Spat l!poa, Without doubt, the most un kind, unfair uud uutruthfulreppri thut lim a soot out from peured in the Lnu (Haifa, Wis., header. Be midji ib fftrffow perfect in morals and di-jjortiueiit, but there is no excuse tu exuberate a hundred fold her imperfections. That any friend may wish tu picture Husa Whipple with a doubly row of wings on bis shoulders and Ben mo Moore aj a fiend iueuruate, we can eieu&e. But to insult ai.d be little every citizun in Bemidji by slurring our town, is the work of some man whose morals must be lower than the untruthful picture be draws. If ibouting affrays. a?e go common hero, as be says, he bad better skip before bo becoraiMj the target ot the just indignation of our people. Wa do not think the article was written for politi cal effect. Every person in town knows that our city is not in the band* of heathens and rakes as the following clipp.n...

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. — 8 March 1900

The Bemiilji Pioneer, KAI8EK & (iREELEY, Publbttaer^ 'UUfllKD BVKBi' 't'UUJBWUY. fcaUredin ttteftotB tamlrijl. as enttnlMsmetttr A BlSMfcS&MTOA8S0lIAnON iiumidji need* and iiH needed for a lout" time bVbiuess men's association, Teu men workm, getker *of a common object, can ac coinplssh mum than a huudred IUCU .king apart for th same object i be secret of success to concentrate talent and energy aloug a given ouceuti'ated power breaks through the extended lines uf opposition. Hi p iueiplo of warfare should be ll se methods, uudreds of enterprises nut could be located properly encouraged. A citizen ftp two -a en- BJ, but there are al other c-itueus working just us huni to discourage. The selfishness ol man is often sufficient to thwau ..iiii Let the citizens of Bemidji get togelh. a uii personal feeling* ioi the ,uod of the town and cuuiity. Forgtt self and reinerabei !iiii a mill or a factory hovers in night, tli'.i'.- ffUl be a del iid muk' Big, 'inere a i reasons jHDOOu! 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. — 8 March 1900

TOWN NOTES. n. c, Geil iso UwsJo*- lut, For a nobby sulv of clothing, go to White's. Ofcom uuk wa* down from Ten- ..u iki: Monday, A large line of carpeta to select Irom ai O'Leary & f*owtor's. Mark's Sarsapaiilla lays over them aH. Can be bad at tiiiwour & o. A fine line of illuminated glassware aad crockery, at the Boston. At the BoBtonA complete li&e of ladieu1 and peats' shoe* in stou* at ruck bottom figure*, Ensign Miller and Captain Simpson wuntovei to GftfS Lake Monday to further ihe work of the Army there, Coiiifcb, lioduy ft Fpupfcr* are pil ing their lumber, which liuev art hav ing hauifcd fi IT mill at Dysau, near the B. 4 N. M. depot. T. Robinson, who haa been em ployed in Bemidji for sutae time past as a telegrapher, sund for Ms home in Br&Wpton, Can.. Monday last. O'Leary A Bowser received a fioo line of spring clothes and top coaiu. Andrew Fosbum, of Chrietiaaa, N. D., was in towo Monday, vibiting I. O, Manger, with whom he was iu busi ness boitje year...

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. — 8 March 1900

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