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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 9 September 1903

Advertise in the Pioneer We mix paints to order. Jones 5 George Fuller is on the sick list. C. Thorpe is here from Shevlin. H. E. Nesne is in town from Crookston. Jesse Freestone is down from Blackduck. Chas. Hayden is down from Blackduck. J. A. He.nflrir.ks is in the city, from Fosston. C. P. Halverson of St. Paul is visiting in the city. F. S. Joset arrived from Wade na yesterday. A want ad in the Daily Pioneer is a winner. Try one. J. H. French returned from Blackduck this morning. F. A. Carter of Blackduck is registered at the Eernore. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Darwin of Shevlin are visiting in town. W. A. Currie of Duluth is registered at the Markham. Daniel Petrie of Park Rapids is in Bemidji on business. J. C. Parker of Stillwater is transacting business in the city. Several interior improvements are being made to the City hotel. Miss Long of Blackduck is visiting with friends in the city. Martin Roime of Crookston is stopping in Bemidji for a few days. C. J. Mealy of Tenstrike is tr...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 9 September 1903

THE SMALL BOY'S LONGING. Part of the Show That Was Woefully Disappointing. Little Willie's father toolc him to the show. It was a variety show, end ing with a sketch called "The African Belle," in which, after a missionary had been bound to a stake by a lot of dancing savages, he is rescued by the chief's daughter after the manner of Capt. John Smith. This last part of the show Willie's father thought would please the boy immensely but the son and heir fell into a state of gloom at its close. On the way home the fond parent inquired: "Willie, didn't you like the part where all the savages come out?" "No," replied Willie with a sigh. "Me and the other boys play that. When you pay to go to a show I should think they might kill the missionary." PEAS FROM PHARAOHS' TOMB. Their Product Unlike Anything Known at Present. There are" bargains and finds to be made in the plant world equal to any picked up in old curiosity shops. Some time ago a Glasgow gentleman re ceived from his son in Egyp...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 10 September 1903

npip VALUES BOOSTED BOARD State Board of Equalization Raises All Personal Prop erty Assessments. STATE AUDITOR RECOMMENDS TAKING THfi ACTION. The Assessments Are Raised from 33 1-3 to 50 Per Cent. The state board of equalization has decided to raise the assess ment of all the personal property in the state from 33i to 50 per| cent. This action was taken in accordance with the reeominen dation of State Auditor S. G. Iverson, who, in an address to the board, gave statistics to show that real estate is bearing an un just share of taxation and that personal property is underas sessed. The resolution making the change was introduced by J. E. Cooley of Duluth, who argued that since banks are assessed at 50 percent of the value of their property as returned in sworn statements to the pubhc exam iner, all personal property should be assessed on the same basis. The resolution was strenuously opposed by some of the members of the board on the ground that farmers and live stock owners will hav...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 10 September 1903

WBWM upwpi II 11 PUBLISHED IBVJBRY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered In the posbofflce at Bomidji, Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. jPOTICE O ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Daily Pioneer must reach this office 10 o'clock a. m. in order to insure tlieii appearance,in the issue .of same day. ^DOES IT? The following editorial clipping from the "Minneapolis Tribune, handed in with the remark that it applies very veil to the situa tion in BemtcLji at the present time, is published by request, and without comment: "The Tribune has no taste for newspaper controversy. The Tribune discusses public quf3.s- tions. It deals with their dis cussion by other public journals. On this it seeks to throw all the tight it can, from any quarter. If this should chance to give of fence, The Tribune pauses to in dulge a sentiment of polite re gret, and then goes on about its business. One objection to the controversy is that it has a fatal fas...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 10 September 1903

THE CITY We mix paints toorder. Jones 0 J. B. Murphy of Fargo is in the city. J. P. Early is down from Black duck. T. A. Jack is up from Park Rapids. F. A. Carter is down from Blackduck. D. R. Huston of Akeley is here on business. John Summers of Red Lake is in town today. B. F. McDonald of Laporte is at the City hotel. 0. Furnsth of Fosston is stop ping in Bemiclji. George McRay left for Minne apolis this morning. W. P. McCormick is in town from Minneapolis. H. Williamson was an arrival from Crookston yesterday. M. R." Bright of Superior is stopping at the Markham. A. F. Marsh of Duluth is reg istered at the Markham. 1. Meyer's window trimmer is at work watch the windows. B. P. Nichols of Madison, Wis,, is registered at the Remore. J. W. Mason of St. Paul is transacting business in the city. Oscar Barnes and P. C. Bjorne by arrived from Bagley yester day. Miss Susie B. Marsh of Ken mare, N. D., is visiting in the city. Short mill wood for sale. $2 per load, delivered. Crookston Lum...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 10 September 1903

THE OUTLOOK FOR AUTH0R9 presentation, simply because it is talked about, is never wholesome, and the crowd has grown more critical and clear-minded in its judgments, and has ceased to move upon sudden Impulses and learned to decide for JOKE ON SWEET CHARITY. he started back to the hotel and met one of the hostlery's best patronsa commercial travelerand the latter asked the negro to carry his sample case to a Washington street store. A few minutes later the negro, sam ple case, and tin cups, were in front of the store. The' traveling man was in the store. While waiting for him, the negro sat down on the sample case, and in less than a jiffy fell asleep. One of the tin cups was in his hand, and it fell, forward, as does the cup held by a blind man. Perhaps you won't believe it. but that negro collected 43 cents while he slumbered. Passcrsby thought him a blind mendicant. And maybe that por ter didn't enjoy the joke! He did 'deed he did.Indianapolis News. What One Man Said. At the City...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 11 September 1903

A ^fLUME 1. NUMBER 121. INfyAN REPORTS OF INTEREST There are 1,337 Chippewa Indians at the Red Lake Indian Agency. MONEY SPENT FOR EDUCATION AMOUNTED TO $-1,600. The Indians Have Cultivated 400 Acres and Put Under Fence 2,700 Acres. The report of the Indian agent, Maj. G. L. Scott, for Red Lake sub-agency, is.interesting. The Indians at the agency are the Red Lake Chippewas and the population is 1,337, consisting of 674 males and 605 females, and all these wear citizens' clothes, having cast off the clothing of their forefathers and the blanket Indians arc no more among them. The number of Indians who can read is 219 and those who can converse in English sufficient to make their meaning known are 260. There are 428 children of school age and 57 per cent ob tain a living by civilized pursuits, a very large percentage, and which reveals a high state of civilization. Only 30 per cent gain a' living as of yofe by fishing, hunting and root gathering. The amount of snake, root gathered an...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 11 September 1903

9 The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED KVERY AJTERNOQN. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered In the postoffiooa,t Bemidji', Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Daily Pioneer must reach this office o o'clock a. m. in order to insure ttteii appearance tin the issue of same day. BRIGHT PROSPECT. The farmers of Beltrami county report a fairly prosperous year, as far as products of the farm are concerned. Crops could have been larger, but on the whole they were satisfactory. Present indications point to a Tapid settlement of the -county. A great many ne\f settlers have xjome in this summer and there "will be more next year. People jfrom the southern and eastern states are constantly buying Bel trami county lands with the in tention of coming up here and living on them. They are all so pleased with what they find here that they tell their friends about it, who in their turn come up, 2ook the country over, and b...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 11 September 1903

We mix paints toorder. Jones 6 S. J. Cable of Grand Rapids is in town. H. E. Schloss is uj) from Min neapolis. J. Wessl of St. Paul is in town on business. Peter Morley is down from Tenstrike. John Bailey left for Tenstrike this morning. Sheriff'Tarmer of Little Falls is in the city. Finest Boston baked beans and brown bread at the Lakeside bak ery every Saturday. 110-11 J. Rogers is is in the city from Thief River Falls. Daily Pioneer want ads are a success. Try them. James Kearns arrived from Crookston yesterday. J. Harris, the Tenstrike hotel keeper, is in the city. Thomas Tedford of Guthrie was in town yesterday. Boston baked beans and brown bread every Saturday at the Lakeside bakery. Join the push and bring your pail. 110-11 J. Backus returned to Vir ginia, Minn., yesterday. Sheriff Hardy of Cass county was in town yesterday. C. F. Sheldon of Duluth is reg istered at the Markham. Sheriff Bailey returned last night from the Twin Cities. Short mill wood for sale. S2 per load, de...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 11 September 1903

THE OUTLOOK FOR AUTHORS Really Good Writers NeeJ Not Fear Discrimination The rush of the crowd to read a book which may have no Ht&rary merit or vitality, either of material or of presentation, simply because It is talked about, Is never wholesome, and If the crowd has grown more critical and clear-minded in its judgments, and has ceased to move upon sudden impulses and learned to decide for itself, the loss will fall, not on writers of real merit, but on a few whose re wards were generally beyond their deserts. The average of literary work In this country in many departments 1B high. If great books are not pro duced In large! numbers, good books are produced in very considerable numbers, and in soundness of knowl edge, in good taste and literary work manship, a great advance is evident over the work of an earlier generation. It is a period of quiet progress, a time of preparation rather than a time of accomplishment. JOKE ON SWEET CHARITY. And the Colored Porter, He Thorough ly...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 12 September 1903

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 122. FARMERS UNITE They Will Assemble in St. Paul to Form State Organi- zation. A convention will be called in St.Panl within two weeks for the purpose of forming a state farm ers' organization. Farmers in nine states represented at the convention of the National Farm ers' association in Chicago this week will assemble in a short time for a similar purpose. The meeting will be called by C. E.Jackson of Buckman.Minn., who was elected by the fanners of Morrison county as a delegate to the national convention. Mr. Jackson returned from Chicago Thursday. He has been author ized to call the convention, and a number of organizers from the national association will arrive here to assist him in carrying out the project. Plans and by laws on which it is proposed to form the organization will be sent to Mr. Jackson in a few days. Branch associations will be form ed in each county. "The purpose of the organiza tion is to protect farmers from monopolists and other organiza tion...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 12 September 1903

The Daily Pioneer l^JU^_^|_^u*lrL^lJ~Lrr^l*"-~^^ MWVMSAAAAAAMA PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered in the postofflce at Bemldjl. Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Dally Pioneer must reach this office by 10 o'clock a. m. in order to Insure theli appearance in the issue of same day. RIGHTS OF THE FARMER. Many city sportsmen have, in newspaper interviews, severely criticised Northern Minnesota farmers for prohibiting shooting on their farms during the open season for game. The city men seem to look upon the action of their brothers in the country as something in the nature of an in sult. Theyare highly indignant that their "rights" should be thus interferred with, and their sport in a measure spoiled. The farmer is justified in post ing his notices notifying the pub lic at large that no shooting will be allowed on the premises. It is strange that he has stood the nuisan...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 12 September 1903

We mix paints toorder. Jones 6 E. E. Smiley is here from Nary. S. B. Howarth of St. Paul is in the city. Finest Boston baked beans and brown bread at the Lakeside bak ery every Saturday. 110-11 L. W. Palmer of Little Falls is in town. W. Rogers arrived from Aitkin yesterday. Short mill wood for sale. 2 per load, delivered. Crookston Lumber Company. llo-tf J. S. Rorholt is in town from Mcintosh. Rev. A. E. Evans is down from Tenstrike. The Lakeside bakery's Boston baked beans and brown bread are delicious. On sale every Saturday. 110-11 A. L. LaFreniere is down from Northome. The season is at hand for can ning peaches, plums, pears and grapes. The fruit is at its best now. Peterson. 119-tf E. D. Whitney of Fosston was in town today. Mas. S. D. Works of Mankato is visiting in the city. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf Robt. Eeland of Duluth is transacting business in Bemidji. J. M. Brown of Farley, on his way to Chippewa Falls, is in the city t...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 12 September 1903

NEWS IN BRIEF. Overflow From the Wires in a Con densed Form. Bob Fitzsinimons and Con Cough Ian, the "Irish Giant," have been matched to meet in a six-round bout before the industrial Athletic club at Philadelphia .on the evening of Sept. 25. The fight will be at catch weights. According to official statements of the Yucatan government there were 128 cases of yellow fever in Merida during August^ Of these cases 50 proved fatal. In Progresso during Au gust there were 9 cases but no deaths. A petition in bankruptcy was filed in Boston by Joseph H. Loudon, a large woolen manufacturer of Wales and Monson, Mass. The total liabilities, aS shown by the schedules amount to $321,936, with nominal assets of $316,- 717. Dr. Neufeld of Koch's institute in Berlin, writing to a medical weekly, reports that successful experiments have been made to produce immunity in animals against tuberculosis by in jecting into the blood vessels of mules, goats and cattle living bacilli from hu man beings. He h...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 14 September 1903

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 123. County Auditor Received the 1903 Hunting Licenses This Morning. LOOK VERY MUCH LIKE MILEAGE TICKET. The LICENSES ARE IN COURT WILL OPEN NEW FORM TOMORROW Price Has Been Raised From 2-5 Cents to One .Dollar. Cdunty Auditor Sylvester this morning received the new hunt ing licenses for 1903 and res idents of Beltrami county who would pursue the restive deer, moose or male caribou in his ac customed haunts in the state of Minnesota may obtain one of the licenses granting them that priv ilege by depositing SI with the auditor. The game laws have undergone a change since last year, also the lor in of the hunt in licenses. Under the flew law deer, moose arid male carabou may be hunted from Nov. 10 to Nov. 30. This iv twenty days for the hunt- ing"}' moose and caribou, where ist year but five days were given for that class of big game. Hunting licenses are not re quired for residents of the coun I for small game, but non-res idents of the- state must pay S10 for such a...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 14 September 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. Entered in the postofftceat Beinidjl, .Minn., as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy lor changes of advertisements in The Daily Pioneer must reach this office 10 o'clock a. in order to insure theii appearance In the issue of same day. THE BOUNDRY COMMISSION. The Alaska Boundry Commis sion began its session the 3rd inst. The commission consists of six members-on behalf of the United States, Secretary of War Boot, Senator Lodge of Mas sachusetts and Senator Turner of Washington on behalf of the Dominion of Canada, Sir Louis Jete and Justice Armour, and on behalf of Great Britian, the Lord Chief Justice. The problem of the commission is to decide if it can by a majority vote the vexed question of the boundry between Alaska and Canada, the main question being whether it fol lows ttmcoas line or runs across inlets and arms of the sea. The Canadians are anxious to secure acce...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 14 September 1903

We mix paints toorder. Jones 0 W. 0. Young of Crookston is in the city. Henry Funkley is down from Blackduck. E. Ferguson has returned from Tenstrike. P. W. Rook of Red Lake Falls is in the city. A. T. Wheelock has returned from Grand Forks. Major Wilson left for Cass Lake this morning. T. E. King and wife of AVadena are visiting in the city. F. G-. Blair of Duluth is regis tered at the Markham. R. H. McCoy arrived from Grand Forks Saturday. A want ad in the Daily Pioneer is a winner. Try one. F. T. Hannafon and wife left for Long Prairie this morning. Why is it that Daily Pioneer want ads bring such good results? Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf Edmund Whiting of Port Huron, Mich., is registered at the City hotel. Short mill wood for sale. $'2 per load, delivered. Crookston Lumber Company. 113-tf Mrs. Joseph St. German left yesterday for points in Wiscon ein and Michigan. A new and up-to-date line of Dress Goods arriving daily at the Berman ...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 14 September 1903

NAMES ARE K*OWN MACH EN AND BEAVERS AMONG THOSE WHO WERE RECENT- LY INDICTED fOR BRIBERY AND CONSPIRACY BASED ON TRANSACTIONS RE- LATING TO LETTER BOXES AND SUPPLIES. SENSATIONAL CHARGES MADE NUMBER OF OTHER POSTAL CASES NOW PENDING BEFORE GRAND JURY. Washington, Sept. 13. "United States District Attorney Bench yester day announced that the six persons named in the seven indictments re turned by the grand jury last Tuesday are: George W. Beavers, former chief of the division of salaries and allow ances August W~- Machun former general superintend! nt of the free de= livery system James W. Erwin, form er postoffic inspector, with headquar ters fn Safi Francisco Geor-ge H. Huntington and Isaac S. McGiehan, both of Now York city, owners of the Columbia Supply company, and Eje, gene D. Scheble of Toledo, Ohio, a dentist and interested in tne firm of Maybury & Ellis of Detroit, Mich., let ter box manufacturers. Beavers, Machen and Erwin are named jointly in one indictment for Conspir...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 15 September 1903

VOLUME 1. NUMBER 124. rc)fdtt EXPLOSION ON HE OLYMPIA """"KILLS TWO MEN AND IN- JURES OTHERS. BARREL Of ALCOHOL LETS GO RESULT OF SMUGGLING BY MEM- BERS OF THE CRUISER'S CREW. ONE MAN ROASTED TO DEATH STRUCK IN THE HEAD BY FLYING STAVE AND FELL INTO BURN- ING MASS. Norfolk,' Va., Sept. 15.The explo sion of a barrel of alcohol on the superstructure deck of the cruiser Olympia, in drydock at the Norfolk navy yard Saturday night kfUed two men, severely injured several others and set lire to the ship. The explosion resulted indirectly from the smuggling of alcohol into the navy yard by members of the cruis er's crew. Lieut, Commander Van Doeser, ex ecutive officer of the Olympia-, made the following statement: "The entire crew of the Olympm were returning aboard after forty-eight, hours of shore liberty, when a live gallon water breaker full of alcohol was discovered in the forward turret. The executive officer at once ordered a thorough search of the ship ard the yard in her vicinity t...

Publication Title: Daily Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily pioneer. — 15 September 1903

The Daily Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, EDWARD KAISER, Publisher. Entered in tlte postofficc at Uomklji, Minn., a.ssecond class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Daily Pioneer must reach this office bv 10 o'clock m. m. In order to insure theii appearance In the issue of same day. THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Again the doors of the public schools are open, and the boys and girls, after their summer vacation, will resume their studies, cultivating their minds and preparing for the important duties of American citizenship. The public school system of the United States is the greatest thing in the world today. It has defects, of course. There is just criticism of the educational "fads" that have been introduced in some of the schools, but these false growths will in time be re moved and better methods sub stituted. Yet, despite the little imperfections, our public school system as a whole is the best in the world and stea...

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