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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 3 January 1901

AtsowiEnteiRE FIREMEN'S MASQUERADE New Year's Eve. was a Decided Success and the Atten dance was Large. Although there had been several dances and balls given in quick suc cession, still the Firemen's Masque rade drew the largest patrouage of the season. The grand march started as per program, and quite one hundred people participated. Many of the costumes were very fine some were dressy, others character istic, while not a few were comical. Benny Moedid the chimpanzee act to perfection, and at this date he cannot tell whether he belongs on earth or up a tree. Taken all together, it was the great est annual the fire boyshaveever given. Their baUs.have ahvays been popular, although public affairs, for the simple reason that they preserve the best of order and banish all disreputable characters. Financially they are away ahead, as they should be, as the tournament is to be held ly?re tlrs year and they will need -a good bundle of money to pay necessary expences, LOCAL HAPPENINGS. The ...

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. — 3 January 1901

iSXME HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. The state inspector of school buildings is expected here at any time as the new addition is ready for inspection. School will open again on Mom day, Jan. 7th. The pupils, after having a two weeks vacation in which to rest from studies, and having a good time, will be ready for a few more months' of hard study. Prof. Stewart returned Sunday from Minneapolis where he has been attending the state educa tional association during the past week. He says the attendance this year was the largest ever known, the number enrolled being 1800. The Bemidji public schools have lost one of its most favorite teach ers, Miss Mclntyre, the assistant principal who is visiting at her home in Minneapolis during vaca tion. She resigned and will re main at home with her mother. One has only to hear the expres sions of regret from her pupils to know how well she is liked and how much she will be missed. Harry F.Geil. Editor The A. Wonzor. Assistant. Kditor. LITERARY NOTKS. The debat...

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. — 3 January 1901

i HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. The state inspector of school buildings is expected here at any time as the new addition is ready for inspection. School will open again on Mon day, Jan. 7th. The pupils, after having a two weeks vacation in which to rest from studies, and having a good time, will be ready for a few more months' of hard study. Prof. Stewart returned Sunday from Minneapolis where he has been attending the state educa tional association during the past wefik. says the attendance this year was the largest ever known, tlie number enrolled being 800. The Bemidji public schools have lost one of its most favorite teach ers, Miss Mclntyre, the assistant })rincip?.l who is visiting at her lome in Minneapolis during vaca tion. She resigned and will re main at home with her mother. One has only to hear the expres sions of regret from her pupils to know how well she is liked and how much she will be missed. Harry F.Geil. Editor The A. Wonzor, Assistant Editor. LITERARY NOTES. The debate las...

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 January 1901

I I 1 ft VOL. 5. NO. 45. ^OQU ryi^orres- ooooo poodenee BEAK CREEK. Mr. 0. M. Jellested transacted business in Bemidji last Monday. Mr. E. A. Bestul, havirnj re ceived the news of the illness of his mother, left for Goodhue county on Tuesday last. Mrs. A, F. Johnson went down to Fertile last Monday to visit her parents and relatives. Mr. Stephenson, of Fertile, came up for a visit with his son of this place. On his return he was ac companied by Mrs. J. Stephenson, who will remain here until spring. J. H- Olson has three teams at work hauling logs which he has purchased from 0. Thompson, on the Mississippi river. A dance was given at the resi dence* of G.H.Ames last Satur day evening. A good time was re ported. School in Dist. 12 opened last Wednesday with Miss Teigland as teacher. The Alida school commenced again .last Monday afternoon af ter a two weeks' vacation. Mr Howe, of,. Brainard, came up to look after the logging affairs of Thompson & Jenkins logging camp last Monday. 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 January 1901

1 J-t I K. VOL N O. 45. OQU ry/^opres- oo'ooo poi)denee BEAK CREEK. 0. M. Jellested transacted Mi Ar business in Bemidji last Monday. Mr. E. A. Bestui, having re ceived the news of the illness of his mother, left for Goodhue county on Tuesday last. Mrs. A. F. .Johnson went down to Fertile last Monday to visit her parents and relatives. Mr. Stephenson, of Fertile, came up for a visit with his son of this place. On his return he was ac companied by Mrs. J. Stephenson, who will remain here until spring. J. H- Olson has three teams at work hauling logs which he has purchased from C. Thompson, on the Mississippi river. A dance was given at the resi dence* of G. H. Ames last Satur day evening. A good time was re ported. School in Dist. 12 opened last Wednesday with Miss Teigland as teacher. The Alida school commenced again last Monday afternoon af ter a two weeks' vacation. Mr Howe, of,, Brainard, came up to look after the logging affairs of Thompson & Jenkins logging camp last Monday...

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 January 1901

Wht 9 tftmflji fitmm. KAISER GREELY. Publishers. 8BMIDJI, MINNESOTA. The Tri-State Medical association of ^Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia, at Its recent session in Chattanooga took steps to secure medical legislation in these states for the purpose of regulat ing or prohibiting the marriage of habitual criminals, persons afflicted with incurable disease, drunkards and victims of harmful drugs. In discussing the Transvaal flag, which has been so much in evidence tn Paris, the Gaulois says It is formed of four colorsgreen, blue, white, and red, each of them recalling the four little Independent states which, be fore 1860, formed the Transvaal, viz., the Republics of Lydenburg, Utrecht, Zoutspansberg and Pothefstroom. The Montana multi-millionaire, W. A. Clark, has formed a company, of which he is president, to build a rail road from .Salt Lake City to Los An geles, Cal., a distance of about 850 miles. Wo'rk on the new line is to be gin at once. It will run through a region in southwes...

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 January 1901

I ve Page WISDOM AND TRUTH. Marble Statue* for NCTT Cnpltol Aw. Beiner Car vol. Wisdom and Truth are half-ready at the new state capitol. These beau tiful statues are being, carved in marble after models designed by Daniel Chester French, the famous New York sculptor. In the "attic", above the main en trance to the new capitol will stand six symbolic figures, representing vir tues idealized by lawmakers and ad ministrators. All the figures were molded by Mr. French. They are actu ally half-again as big as life, but when viewed from below they will appear no larger than the virtues,look usually about the capitol. As the legislature wo^ks on and the marble carvers toil Wisdom will be shortly completed. But truth must be handled with more care, "because," said a commissioner at a recent meet ing of the state capitol commission, "she Is not well protected, so far as 1 could see, against the rigors of a Min nesota winter."- When the statue is completed it will be inspected by the combine...

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. — 10 January 1901

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered in the postoftiee at Bemidji as second-class mutter. rTBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Official Paper. HOW IT HAPPENED. At the meeting of the county commissioners lastTnesday after noon, when the matter of letting the county printing came up, there was a big crowd present to witness the supposed bitter tight that would occur. The opposition's gang of boocl lers and-grafters having nearly exhasted every dirty trick within their fertile craniums* then con ceived that it would be a convinc ing and bulldozing plan to circu late a petition amongthe business men of Bemidji, urging them to sign and present it to the board, requesting the members to in struct the county anditor to ad vertise f6r bids for the county printing. The man who circulated the pe tition represented to some of the business men of the city that the PIONEER and News had always, stood in together and split the profits on printing, but such is not the case. The facts ...

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. — 10 January 1901

ABSQhVtSSX feuRE LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Extra copies of the '"boom edition" accompanying this issue can be se cured at this office at five cents each. M. D. Stoner still continues to sell lots at Blackduck. Prof. Allen Cult, piano tuner, of St. Cloud, is in town this week. Tenstrike, A. A. White's new town site, is forging to the front. Quality and not quality makes De Witt's Little Early Risers such valu able little pills. At Mayo's Drug store. The salary of the probate judge was raised from $500 to $600, and that- of the superintendent of schools from $700 to $1,000. Fred S. Hazen's mother-in-law died at Fefgus Falls last Manday, and Tuesday he left for that place to attend the-funeral. Mrs: Hazen departed for Fergus last Friday. The Woodmen's public installation of officers Tuesday night was quite an affair, a large crowd being present. Lunch was served and a general good time was enjoyed. Rev. Petran, one of the noted Evan gelists of the Presbyterian church, will open a series of mee...

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. — 10 January 1901

CHAPTER XL(Continued.) "Mr. Harris will walk with me," -faltered Dorothy, shrinking back. "B what right?" demanded David, to a bitter undertone. "By the right of Miss Strode's wish, air," put in Dick, icily, "and in some measure by the right of having been *fce last person to whom Miss Dims- UIe spoke in this world, and in some measure by the right of having been one of the three persons who saw her ie I was all over in a minute or *wo, and only those standing very near to iiiem heard a word at all. Dick took fcold of Dorothy's hand and drew her oat of fthe room, and the rest of the company followed as they would David Stevenson among them, his toead well up in the air, but his eyes gleaming with anger, and his face as white as chalk. However, it was useless to show an er about such a matter, and the iu c^dent passed by. And when the last ead office was over, the large company separated, only the lawyer from Col chester returning to the Hall to make the usual explanations and to rea...

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. — 10 January 1901

MEDICAL EXAMINER y' Of the U. S. Treasury Recommend? Peruna. Dr-*!ilcwe!lyn Jordan. Dr. Llewellyn Jordan, Medical Examiner of U. S. Treasury Department, graduate of Columbia College, and who served three years at West Point, has the following to say of Peruna: Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the benefit derived from your wonderful remedy. One sho rt month has brought forth a vast change and I now consider myself a well man after months of suffering. Fellow sufferers, Peruna will cure you." Catarrh is a systemic disease curable only by systematic treatment. A remedy that cures caterrh must aim directly at the depressed nerve centers. This is what -Peruna Joes. -Peruna immediately invigor ates the nerve-centers which give vitality to she raucous membranes. Then catarrh dis appears. Then catarrh is permanently cured. Peruna cures catarrh wherever located. Peruna i not a guess nor an experimentit it an absolute acientific certainty. Peruna has no substitutesno rivals. Insist...

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. — 10 January 1901

HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. Quito number of the pupils mere absent the fore part of the week. Guy Dunning was a visitor at school Monday and Tuesday after noons. Harry Geil is acting as school librarian this week, as Mr.Stewart has so much other work to do. Vera Cameron has returned to school after being absent for sev eral weeks. Cathline Walker has returned from a three weeks' visit in Wis consin and is again at school. The Misses Schroder and Lyons are the new pupils, starting in the advanced room the first of this year. Mr. Stewart is kept busy, so far this week, doing all the work in the high room until an assistant is gotten, therefore having no time to spend among the other rooms. C. Lee Heffron, Editor. Gussie Heffroji, Asst LITERARY NOTES. Our nejct meeting which will be held Jan. 11. is the first one in the twentieth century and should be celebrated not only as the be ginning of the century, but as the anniversary of the organization of the organization of the club. Th club has bee...

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. — 17 January 1901

41' ,SHr ?#1 H* jfc_ i $ I VOL. V. NO. 46. Men's $18 suits, 20 off.. do $15 do do do 10 do do do 8 do do do 6 do do do 5 do do Men's $32 fur coats do 25 do do do 15' do do Boys' 4 suits do do 3' do do do 2 do do per yard Goats' Th_. HAV E YO BEE N O OU Grea Pre-Inventory Sale By the extraordinary amount of goods we have sold since the commencement of this sale we should judge you had. We are doing a Holiday Business in January, something unheard of be fore. This shows that we do as we advertise. The discount has to come off from every article we advertise, be it 5c sheeting or new spring goods. You will find no goods stored away to escape the discount. Here are how prices look after deducting the,discount: .$14.40 12.00 8.00 6.40 4.80 4.00 .$25.60 20.00 12.00 .3.20 2.40 1.60 22c sheeting 20 off 20c do do 9c muslin do 7c do do 6c' do do 12c outing flannel 20-off lOe do do do .17 1-2 .16 7 2-10 5 6-10 4 8-10 9 1-2 8 These are interesting figures, and same discount applies to every art...

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. — 17 January 1901

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY. Publishers Bntarcd in the postomce at Bemidji as second-class mutter. rTBM8HED KVBKT THURSDAY {Official Connty and City Paper. FO SENATOR. I With Evans, Clapp, Tavrney and Bixby in the field for the vacancy paused by the death of Cushman K. :Davis, the State of Minnesota will not 'suffer for a suitable representative in the United States senate. All of them ar good men, fit and capable forHfce office, and Evans and Clapp wouli* either of them race the place with suitable dignity and talent. But 'neither of them would wear out his bones trying to get things for his State. Tawney has some of the kind capacity needed by Minnesota, and has an earnest way of "going after" anythmg he takes in hand in a way that insures succss. He may not have \as much eloquence or learning as Gen. t!lapp but he does push and drive his measures to a conclusion. Just what (measures Tom Lowry could or would father, no one can tell. But he is not in the race. Tarns B...

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. — 17 January 1901

4 ..ft. i I I vi ^1/-. Jr LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Extra copies of the "boom edition" accompanying this issue can be se cured at this office at five cents each. Work has be^un on the new depot. District court convenes next Tues day. R. J. Rofidal is in Duluth on busi ness. Dave Blanchard, of Grand Forks, is in town. Editor Umland was in from Solway Tuesday. J. L. Reynolds made a professional visit to Bagley Monday. Wm. Anderson, of Watab, Minn., has been in town this week. D. H. Fisk has moved his law office to above the Merchants bank. Al. Hallett -returned Wednesday from a business trip to BJackduck. R. McLean returned Monday from Bfainerd where he had been on business. The revival meetings at the Presby terian church will be continued all next week. (.'has Lightford returned Monday from a weeks visit at Staples and other points. D. K. McPherson and" wife have moved into. W. -F, Street's residence on Bemidji avenue. .Walter Dorsey, of Grand Forks, is visiting friends here. He reports dul...

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. — 17 January 1901

i "f. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. Miss Right and Mis* Brant are new pupils in the advanced de partment this week Miss Shaw was teacluug the sec ond grade Monday, Miss Morgan being absent. The attendant at school is con siderable better than it was last week. Bertie Brannon and Roy Dun ning are at school again after being absent for a week. The two assistant teachers, Miss Terrell and Miss Jacobson took up their respective duties in the high room the first of this week and things are getting back in to their regular courses again. The change in the weather Wednesday was quite notable in the school room owing to the fine weather Monday and Tuesday. G. Lee Heffron, Editor. Gussie Heffron, Asst LITER AKY NOTES. The last two meetings have been neglected dreadfully by the people, on account of so many other things for them to attend, I suppose, but we don't want it to happen again as we don't wish to display our talent without a large audience. Our attendance at the last meeting went to see Uncle ...

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. — 17 January 1901

HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. Miss Right and Miss Brant are new pupils in the advanced de partment this week. Miss Shaw was teaching the sec ond grade Monday, Miss Morgan being absent. The attendance at school is con siderable better than it was last week. Bertie Brannon and Roy Dun ni ng are at school again after being absent for a week. The two assistant teachers, Miss Terrell and Miss Jacobson took up their respective duties in the high room the first of this week and things are getting back into their regular courses again. The change in the weather Wednesday was quite notable the school room owing to the fine weather Monday and Tuesday. C. Lee Heffron, Editor. Gussie Heffron, Asst LITERARY NOTES. The last two meetings have been neglected dreadfully by the people, on account of so many other things for them to attend, I suppose, but we don't want it to happen again as we don't wish to display our talent without a large audience. Our attendance at the last meeting went to see TJucle Tom, bu...

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. — 24 January 1901

A. i 4* S in If P. S. EUSTIS, Gen'l Pass. Agent, I CHICAGO ILL- January 31st, Will Close On of the Most Sue cessful Sales that we have Ever Conducted. We have reduced our stock to about what it should be at this time of the year, made room for our Spring goods, given our customers more goods for a dollar than they could get anywhere else in the state, and HAVE DEMONSTRATED TO THE PUBLIC THAT WE WILL DO EXACTLY WHAT WE ADVERTISE. We have already x\ccomplished our Purpose, but we will not halt. Until the doors close on January 31st, you can buy Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishing Cyoods, Hats, Furs, Shoes, Rubbers, Wall Pa/per, Fancy Goods, carpets, Sewing Machines & Notions, A l-5th Off Ladies' Jackets and Hats, 1- 2 Off H1GHT, O'Leary & Bowser, 3^- DoYou Read? IF YOU MffNT TO HIRG H6LP Or to Kent Property of any kind, go direct to MHEELOCK'S EMPLOYMENT OF RICE. Electric Light In Every Berth special feature of the Burlington's Chicago Limited. When vou retire, turn on the light. ...

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. — 24 January 1901

i i 9 I i I 9 4 you can buy tEhc January 31st, Wfll Close One of the Most Suc- cessful Sales that we have Ever Conducted. W have reduced our stock to abo ut what it should be at this time of the year, made room for our Spring goods, given our customers more goods for a dollar than they could get anywhere else in the state, and HAVE DEMONSTRATED TO THE PUBLIC THAT W E WILL DO EXACTLY WHAT W E ADVERTISE. W have already Accomplished our Purpos e, but we will not halt. Until the doors close on January 31st, Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Furs, Shoes, Rubbers, Wall Paper, Fancy Goods, Carpets, Sewing Machines & Notions. A l-5th Off Ladies' Jackets and Hats 1- 2 Off DoYou Read? P. S. EUSTIS, Gen'l Pass. Agent, 'Leary & Bowser, 1^- MHEELOCK'S EMPLOYM ENT OFFJCE. Electric Light In Every Berth special feature of the Burlington's Chicago Limited. When you retire, turn on the light. After you are comfortably ensconced between the sheets, you can read by it.' When YOU are ...

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. — 24 January 1901

CHAPTER XIV.(Continued.) Then there was an old gentleman who walked up and down In front o' her windows every morning from h:U*'- past nine to ten o'clock, and again ev ery afternoon from half-past two to three. He looked like an old general, and Dorothy felt quite friendly toward him because he belonged to her darl hig Dick's profession. But even, an old general can get monotonous in time, particularly when he does the same things day after dayand this one always did. After his early morn ing constitutional he invariably went in to his house and was seen no mjre until he came out to do his half hour of regular tramping again at half-past two. But after his second dose he always looked at his watch when an adjacent clock struck the hour, and then shook himself together and tod dled off as if he were going to town going to his club, Dorothy thought. But oh! dear, dear, it was all dread fully slow, and before she had been a month in her new home Dorothy was pining, pining for some wom...

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