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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 15 March 1900

lCaat. for VOL 5. NO. 2. Dudley's Train Arrives at tto Station of 3'icloil' witli all Fas 1 01! I Careful Engineers and Vigorous Conduo to^sjii Charge. .$$6. bat^e ia o*er. The conflict ha* ended. Bonfire* gleam from the battlement* of the victorious forces, and there i crape en tnaujr another door. The "CmsanV ticket wae elected, from top to bottom. E, J. Bwtdbaajr., for tsufttee, and A. B. Ha*en, for con stable, ware on both ticket*, and are the only representative elect of the "People'*" ticket. The dr wai a plea tint one end the election paaaed off as pleats Hy Quietneaa aud order pre vailed throughout the citf. little bitterne*^ wf shown ou either tide. The challeugere of both side* spoke often, and large num ber of eouteited vntea were caat. Four huudred and awty-eight was the total oumber of yotee A. I Beaner, for aaeeaor, was the Oftlf indfcpeudeat candi date in the field. A few daya pre yioua ^o election John Steidl with drew hi* name from the Peoples' ticke:,oii which he w...

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. — 15 March 1900

1%0 Bernini* Pioneer. KAlttfiK & UMKELIV, Publishers wiping, OM lnvit tw d! IS ft I is uot apofi MSJIT f*P**bAl' rsdi theo\Ma*|$#ewdM eec SHELLS TOttMiUBKAVEH. TheU:ia Bill iiVS poked 1 houd tutu the balbj (if congrees agate, ee.'peut that it I, repeated "iKunr"T does **0t Few but poioftu in tui i _i*a-uie. It's fed cates claim tbay wish to reduce thed* oeiency iu postal r carrying at second-' TdteJ not object to peyiajf raUi-aa rying the madsW Houtos," they nor by uiwj fki cftli wmi&m lhi deficiency. No, mese pigeou-seaded, bliud advocfttej uiuss fe.ll upon U ptlBUlbjrs, who by Wf*aft of furnishing cheap literal iff pCOpl* than all th- at}}] school* iu the country. As literature is the lever of progreej, aaia cheap 1 1 i such W"iag i jj im-8 !ju sews- kchooi. Evi iv la.*. to lf" COi, aad aU''i oibe., itb 1 Clou., i/ in.at f|n the mo ,1... imatigraute UN limited Seii tutor*, bill ^eludes fi-oui 1 -olts or ifcpf ililb Of b.-oks, riodk*. bjie tlona tft' oot will bis for auotb ...

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. — 15 March 1900

"H.'n itp TOWN NUIt-S, I'or a WWte's. Found a pai* I'tlll ttt tlllS i. o. Monger mad to Mcintosh lat I lloklnsofl from a trip to Gru. Mark's Burcup i AH, Cau be bad Mr*. Geo. BU.HU: I Frui rie last week to vtji A fine liae of illm a$d crockery, at ti i i AllQt^r new ct) paper, at O'Leary & Bi A. D. Moe, Q| Fa a position in 9ftU T- G. Freebney, fo r & Richards,, spent (4l|. B. O, Bough, a i Prague, Minn., bah feci In towu ibon ha.- retdgi. Turtle River Pine* sback to Bemidji. At the Boston- ladies' and gents' shoed in j-pek bottom figures George lawyer, ol ahfe was in town Moj la: ita ticket as chair Jsffvena' camp, Sunday with his faw U- Shufelt went out tfi Sine'* yawp to lay the teriel of boilers in a new bi i P. D. Leach return Dak-, left Sunday, afte with Ms niece, Mrs. F. Hugh .Miller, of Yarndah Bits vicinity last week, W stand that he is in the employ of the government- JJarry Bail, of QfWQ tyWt ar rived lust week, and ba& entered into 'partnership with W. B. Powe...

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. — 15 March 1900

LV MOOSE BR&NB mart, C&ALJTV art it thait a*i*mp**c**efttO/c flesh WW* tom^ be fcadoTii droits gH,Mm .unii I T^os Gierke asswsswaff"' WWII|pWIPW"J2JHjJ Stat* m::."- StKi 'j&u.j KoeuueA ilm.wm. Plaintiff, vs. Jennie Miimoeot*, tb* shove nwucd Fffte.-..U. Indicia. DisW, to an, ff lw County ol BoUiaiul and State f !'"""V', i u, i on the .ujmewjsw.. *t tli- Viliuie of lie nod i. in safd County, with I'U.T this i-*f vice i tliissum-( UUOU8UU. BSClUgiVe of tbir Cay (if ytJU fail t' [n the time .1 it.t't* Qpnier Minuosota ave. &.3ndBt. if^rft owv lh Mild |fiPli|l ourt iwi W. HCUUTCUiN. lieuiidji, Minn. Plaintiff Atlolt,,,-y, HUU ul Minnesota, i County of Beitrawi. *jM?*lK&i Plfteeuih .JKl4l fiwirift C. Potew. PlHliititf.vis. AixhiH iviti.-. |li-.luU(iltU l. Uto UiuitMoU. !,UeiiU)vuuwi: Vou itfe iutreby MUliiiuoiuxi 4tl ruuir(Kl U, iMwwur Uieoomplttljkt of th Plwi'i 1 u nitiM BCtiort, whicli i IUii in i if I ihf flBili of tli Uirirlc ti ourt of tUo VUUn-nth .!i'ii'i^t Ui...

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. — 22 March 1900

5 WBW'MnjUHUMimi.ull. |i II .ill voi. a, SSE~ lv lUdt NO. w Booth's FoKegaraa mmmmiML. a ll!J".""!".IP-'- Made by 0. H. Frecaiau aud Sons 9,000,000, and from lueii er 5,000,000. Th I ontract called for only 10.000.OUG nn thut Mr. BYeeman'a work overran his exp*ctatiou bi 4,000,000 feet, which is a pheumuiual showing His con tract id with the Hurling Lumh-.-r Co. of IJurlington, it is the old Filisbury ti.uu. i.s being cut, all of which i being landed in Turth Riper lake uud Turtle river. The contract :m logs to be driven i., the Mi ii ni river, looth. muHmi*mu^tmm***ia GOOD SHOWING BLOODED STOCK. Winter lu their Logging Operations. Near Bewidj? 1 H- Freeman of St, 1 loud, lh: uloiig tuti turtle iiitu', iH#i fVftiy the lil] Beuudji, disbanded 08# Of i, i tst Iuiluy, aft .ibi'ul winter's work. other utiup wilt not be closed i,i. While bLighiag be hauied the of i', leaving the nearest log* to the lauding to bo. hauled IU at last wbu Lite main ruads have sue- I'.uPM.a fcp tiic warm ftlh...

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. — 22 March 1900

lwqwWW^)'W!^^w|l^ &ua. No but 1 hop. uot su ing far. You're not going to to Hsurtlo?" Daisy Haicrow utter* fceasiatingiy, a if not Quite sure fee** they migftt be taken, but brother answered readily enough, tkmi&ii a close observer might ttttitogd that his broned face took on danker Uut as Ue did to, "YW, I an* goiug. Day. You ki. i stave tu ate Lady Westray." be then fo very ill, that you m*stt go tu see bet- every day asked Way tjnickly. Perhaps there waa a atui sfeade of sareasm in bar ques tto* tout i! there waa, Dr, Magnus a** o pore notice of it than be bad 4tt %w former hesitation. ki* bad been standing by Dm mantle pfttte, leaning bis elbow upon it- Nov/ lis eatue to the window, In which his atoter atood, and gently laid bis hand *JI fcer shoulders. **|gy dear Utile Day, Lady Weetray is Jaat as HI 88 abe imagines njUuii- word*, she la a confirm id&to*tdria< But I rouai uot forgi sitK iss one of ibe few among my s- titoU who are likely to pay me for aj service*...

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. — 22 March 1900

Wdia W I bear Sbolhthii, ubllc nabook/f Wasu -What St? It it. a serious kid* lilUJUIpuiir. I'i' i ^H IU ..ii* Cauuut lie Cured aiap i of the .la only oa -..it by COBSIU- 14 tjs. by at, .tun of the a When (lila lui wfeiek hjaotldug Uuitt iaf -a Bold by i iiaU :Us are ttc btsfc $g at" |lt Of lb* _-y urn usually associated A I"" a likely to lie iu a kU-'kiug half shot. It is tbe only cure for Swollen, Smarting, Burning, Sweating Wmh Corns and Bunions. Ask far Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder to be ehaken into At all Druggist.fi and Shoe SSe. Samp-- Ad- dress AHeu 8- Olmsted, Uftoy, N. Y. Probably mou ill iiti bad gocd com- CUE A CDWJ I S SE Take Lex a h. axo Quinine iSifcleib. Ai! CtriJSgfotS if il fa aSt. & VV. Urovi uitmiiirc ou each box. Same peoples] us roafcwg good money att'i others spi nd money mak ing gppf} t"je, uu may think your bpe is founded Of) a lock, bWt it may be busied. Dropsy treated free by JJr. H. H. Green's Sous, of. Atlanta, Ga- The greatest dropsy specialista in ?...

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. — 22 March 1900

ga^ $fae Betnidji Piomu- KAISER A (iKEKUV, Publbhara RiumpilWiHi H!llHWfHrP"T*,"'-'1-i-"JJtui.uiiaw'iiBTiTirBnmnr't. Truth, uuarmed- U* umu'o'.ycU'..!, t ruklo. Th Ol WttC canut Hit- s&ed of liberty. vat win out. "T he Pa Anoka laat wek tra- tiic Anoka Art.vluin. uuuat have ih h* The Am MtM'cb the agricultural *ituuti ciul iimil., the pvodm Iut year wtJi*!WujtUo?riM afdWO lH:tWbi i. &** ailv.u. i S ill waterii MS** cluilfl 1HH to tad .UiUB" Live *UK hu awfv*. .a. If UI limit, itu up bigger tiaa lerioa u*a who ruu capital, i thf I would do, mil) iiuinh iU day without rl 1 (jj.rait* oi liMipioiutin hU uitida. Id- glory In th tUot-tafrM ol hUipb, Pi dwvtt lou i i I The paper thut N and Htoa away v:u"r i i'"'-" wil i ighi on uua tic would dPOH I''* Ikp jiuljiit. Ha own Fred u| omooth so knots, ami thai darn i ijut wi.uld out the i iuk aoy 'i'huM'iti-1 bHitytaa *v iaoe, ,iU itpualli of lUtt Ui''' frpia CAM l.ai. tin not has Hgaui HU do 13 PU ri. t. ii .nnh..- uki. in tiiu Poi ip ...

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. — 22 March 1900

mm'.' omm sac 5Sf3 TOWN NOTES. i Tsd Star. W* a uobbv buit of tloUung, go iu Wki'- 4. M. Ba#l* uf Buiwjy wiw in town Sunday. "Founda pair at gold speclm/loa. C?H Ut thlb liMce. Or, Foster, tLe dentist, bptrnt bun day at Uiftud Forks, N. D. A Am line of illpmiuatcd glassware aid crocketv, at t&e Boaton. H. Valkiiubiirg, the Duiutk Candy wau, WM isfcOWBtfcll I j|pd set otjr large Urn. of ladle*' idmuit-d buva at &Um)/* fcowacrte. in from Dy.ftt* aud a dollar lor O. A. Baustu wax ,4y witli a *o*i 'lowata*. A. T, Wheeiogk fte W the cities 'j'ufcaA*y, making bib mt it fcMP *.pa =iuce bis recspt i^pes*. [utosh and EMklrw voted out uba saloon lay. week. Fo8*4,ou 4biu!t, altboujh tuts question wa up Father iUHiM'by W*|l celebrate )$aj ii4 bu ohiuau at Bemidji, next Sun March #th. Sci-vitses will coain. iiv 10 ii dkck a. n. so* 5 appUcatioub fox- teachers' ,ficau a** frP* Beltrami coun Bli ten succeeded ip/paesipg tbe Mau* examination. At the BoetpnA copiplete liae of t' aboes '-in s...

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. — 22 March 1900

%fa ftewidji giotim. KAIBEK ORKEL.T, Publish*. BEMIDJI. MINNESOTA. A scientist says the earth is shrink ing at the rate of three Inches a year. This may account for the anxiety of some people to get possession of it be fore it dwindles away. Boxing in the Chicago public schools Is approved by the superintendent an 1 the president of the board of education, is evident that the future citizen Chicago is going to be able to knock out all competitors, no matter what line they may pursue. A bill recently passed by the Ohio legislature provides that in the ab sence of a contract agreement, women shall be paid the same wages as men. In the attempt to enforce a almilar law in Kansas last year many women lost good positions. Wages, in the case of both men and women, are reg ulated by something more powerful than legislation: to-wlt, conspicuous effectiveness. Readers of Dickens will recall the cure for a cold used by Mrs, Nickleby, and described by the loquacious per son as moat extraordinar...

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. — 22 March 1900

d* ta ta_.ta'IjS ^i BvtTMi out tmr ^r$ & In the bcunu till' I' ano ttui' lUli' (Jilt*- tll'.'l an ID.'I. Mr, raarea New ii ttapaMta him thai the uhisy saw i. ^9* Washington, March IS.During al most the entire session of the senate yesterday Mr. Rawlins vCtafai ate* pled the floor In a discussion of the Philippine question. Me went d*epi Into the constitutional idtnse of to* question. HI* argument wan largely legal and technical. He te oppose*! to the holding of the Vbillpplueti. Eighty. *l\ private pension bills were paaSM IK- linn..- Yesterday, for the second rfcne with* In a week* a IVmovrat was unseated by the house and a Republican seated In his place. 14. A. Wis** was given the seat hitherto occupied by W. .v. Young from the Second Virginia district Fre eloua to taking ihe vote John J*. Wise Of New York, who was fornswiy member of the house front Vtofgtata* and who is a brother of it A. Wise a*** his attorney lu the ease* was exglttded from the hall by Speaker Eleafepn.. on...

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. — 22 March 1900

QlACfcta Cl.i. $*VelUtts N State of Minnesota.1 -iS. County of Beltrami,) ktl.e ^__ IH,Dl',J,JKt State of Minnesota, Ska *.u\) |fi Corner Minnesota am & 2fad St. *&$&&*. at*M HcVS ".'A'"':' R9YAL JI-THcy r :c-'t,MN coops !9 ttufVr rv. i-ccASse vou -V-' fLOfVnt '/TE.-LLSR.,- Is the place to go for choice Wines, Liquorfi^tid Cigars, General Banking Buaineas, rBMHMatMNVXWCi THE S Fifteenth Judicial IMstrict. Etiffcnc A. Hnnwin. Plaintiff. vs. Jennie E. IlaiiMiti. Defendant. Thn Htnte of Minnesota, to the above naiut-d dffrndant: Von arc hereby summoned and renal red to atn-werthe complaint of the Haititlff In .e ,.i....... titi.1 urtinn. which filed in tin- olBeeof tba'Ctork of the District Court of tin Kitti. -ttli .Judicial Wejriet, In and for toe Outtntv of Beltrami iindHtate of Minnesota, and t*. nerve a lupy of your nuhwr to tbt* i.ijd 1 Complaint on tin* subscriber, nt hie office In Villag of Rcmidli. in nai. County, wiifc in thlrtv day's after the SSTVHS of this'...

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. — 29 March 1900

i E if VOL. XO. 4- are patting the finddsf to***** of a hi* fcc**** whole others will he "awaki**" tuaher the first of Mat rf later. Feverish en- *yfi*i*eiaiheworkow, as ffca lashers*** *eaJize that the **T oppe*iaity awl hare $*gta*Sly toahoKiay. Like hoys frvo sehool they hreak away from tibetaasyi OU socks and old kiiu* are east away and "tor- k*y"awHfk%ksdd. The aaaaal fade of the leather- is whkh all ro each re- HtsaiMMtspejaa It hriasjs a fresh air of *****riy and hie* life,whkfe few beeBMM weary ft. This is the ssewfree* the woods fsafe with their wiaier's wage or that parts* it which they hare sell withtW storekeeper dor is? tit* wwter. Tkestmm eoswe infrowstheir ******r** wm% sm*wi*,B**h*v**# half low* or ragged frees the arttstie **t* of asaatear harhers i thee****-. Bat tsWy hare the asasssy their pockets or cheeks t#tste**s**kWiths*a*vrftbe* Sees* of shea* asake a strike for tfe* h*rher shoo ahoot the first tsto** if their teste rsas J the Kmetmw* tkayare* tato the e^oti...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 29 March 1900

fte fJitmdfi itmttx. KAISER QREELT. Publishers. BEMIDJI. MINNESOTA. la case there is a slump in the dia mond business.Ceell Rhodes might find employment in the museums as the $10,000,000 prise beauty. They have put a St Louis man In Jail on a charge of insanity because he believes he la in hell. The only trou ble with that poor fellow is that he'3 too candid. Ridding the heart of malice does not In itself free the hands from cruelty. A man may act cruelly from malice, but he may act just as cruelly from sheer coldness. He that would be kind must not only be delivered from the spirit of hate, he must be filled with the spirit of love. If the hands are never to he cruel, the heart must never be cold. In the enterprising city of Buenos Ayres automobile carriages are no uncommon sight, in the form both of private vehicles and of delivery wa gons. Cycle roads now radiate from Buenos Ayres to a distance of sixty and seventy miles in the surrounding country, and unde the care of the Ar gen...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 29 March 1900

A $r jRt A N ive Page LITTLE PROGRESS IS BEI NG MADB TOWARD THE BE- l-IKl' OP MAFKIvI.VG. Campaign In South Africa Presents No Nevr Features "Cnfortanate Occorrenee" Reported by Lord RobertsBritish Force I'cutcrates the TrassTaal Beers and Free Staters Now Bitter FoesBurgh ers Take the Oath ot Allegiance. London, March 27. Except for the unexpected "unfortunate occurrence" as Lord Roberts calls it, which resulted In the killing of Lieut. Lygou and the wounding and capture of Lieut. Col. Crabhe, Lieut. Col. Codrington and Capt. Trotter, the campaign presents no Dew features. These are guard of ficers. It Is a testimony to their bravery hut not discretion. They met a party of five Boers, whom they tried to cover. The Boers took refuge on a kopje, where they were hidden, and within five minutes every member of the British party was hit. Apparently little progress is being made toward the relief of Mafeking. A private tele gram from a lieutenant at Kimberley, dated Wednesday, announces ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 29 March 1900

IAXSEB ttEEiET. PmMiskers PKIKLI*--i: JfXJi* OnflKKDAT. im muminiiiiniaii* at P866EBSS BeSrami PIONEER. efiorf aokeep the Paoatnat ptothe progteaa of Bfiiily ami Us iariroe- -ia as good a eaa he fowad in aha saaae. Oar lieward sa based oa ensr fsJA ia die fatmii nf lis iwiwiiiiaiTT ThaRoBnBHt baa always baea the ieadnsg paper in the eoomrr. Oar aha fe so keep it eo. laaada of AelbElebaaw of -kaock- esa"* who are waOdmf day and night of Uo thia bafti i i nirtfrwi bjay *V barring jiad to all who by fraodsbip help s way, we will coe tbagjiajnibir lifteC Tbarsday asoraaajp a repre acnas*t* off the Sews called at the a copy of owr was, hi oa&a i that they had half a ooiaaaft of which ens hi labor front Tarawa* Jaat a week tmaslaaa Seen uisplnye callei as to giro then the retaras iutUjtlowwakrp We did so, a word of teeogahioai for tj dM the Sews gire when it pohfrttodtfee said ticket. Moss editor* wooM regard aaeh proceedings a* rery asprofesaaoaai. bat w feat hifh ly eaaspSaaaaaed. W...

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. — 29 March 1900

IS 1 Four years ago this March THE )IONEER was printed and publish- ed for the first time, on an old \j, land press that had been used by tb9 Thirteen Towns of Fosston for [many years, but which became IPIONEER property by right of pur chase,on time. The type was I also Thirteen Tdwns type. The PIONEER office was in two small rooms oyer the store of Carson Bros., who rendered every assistance in their powerEarl I frequently furnishing the whole powerto get out the issues. Dur /ing the year 1896 the paper had JSjkthe earnest co-operation of nearly 1 Everybody in town, on publicationhas i" day, Dr. Omich being about the only citizen who absolutely re *fused to put his hand to the press. His objections being based on con stitutional grounds, and were al lowed to while Ed. Boyd, George Bates, Ted Smith and Earl Carson were worked in on the ground floor of the great publica tion. It was a hard year for all of them. But the PIONEER managed to pull through, although village orders were onl...

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. — 29 March 1900

I FARM IMPLEMENTS. The following extract from the ad dress of W. F. Street before the Com mercial Club at Superior on the 17th inst. is an important estimate of the future of Northern Minnesota: "Thecounties tributary to the Foss ton line in Minnesota are compara tively undeveloped, as the following statement of their area and assessed valuation relativel}' to the state at large will show: Square miles 1,994.97 o,379.88 3,237.34 6,007.12 685.40 3,159.18 Aitkin Itasca Cass Beltrami Hubbard Polk Assessed value 1899 $1,211,716 3,076,025 1,988,340 2,331,720 1,836,083 6,432,509 Have enlarged my Store and now carry a large line of DR GOODS HATS LADIE S FURNISHINGS, GENT' S FURNISHINGS SHOES DRIVIN SHOES CAPS FLOU AN FEED HAY. REMEMBER THE NAME: SOM E NORTHER N COUNTIES. How T^ey HaVc Growq ai^d W^at T*jey May Become. ReQ Lake In Polk Norman 1,458.32 Marshall 1,675.04 Kittson 1,030.75 Roseau 134.00 1,391,606 3,242,743 2,774,352 2,359,771 192,435 Totals 126,222.40 $24,447,966 Total state 84...

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. — 29 March 1900

& I \y five Page i TOWN NOTES. ft Sheriff Nygaard went to Fosston Sunday. For a nobby suit' of clothing, go to White**. Founda pair of gold spectacle*. Call at this office. 0. J. Carlson was sick with the "Grip" the first of the week. Call and see our large like of ladies' trimmed hats, at O'Leary* Bowser's. A fine line of illuminated glassware jjttd crockery, at the Boston. Peter Amundson of Langor, has been squinting at Bemidjl for the past week. At the BostonA complete line of ladies' and gents' shoes In stock at rock bottom figures. M. Duncalf is putting up a 22 by 50, two story building on second street. A. Milne has the contract. Steel valts are being placed in the court house, openiue into the clerk of court and register of deed's offices. Lost, on Irvine avenue, a small black silk shoDping bag, containing a silk hankerchief, a pencil and a pocket book, in which was silver coin. Finder please leave at this office and receive reward Gold Medals to HARPER whiskey at New Orl...

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. — 29 March 1900

8 MS************************ CHAPTER HI. -(Continued i Thank the Lord, my dearie, ye'ra tack in safety! I wua half demented ts this awful storm, thinking you might be killed," said the good woman, draw ing Day in by the hand. "Yea, Bell," aaid Day, her voice broken and panting, "There's Home one sown there who, I am afraid, has been killed by It," And, aa briefly as pos sible, she told what had occurred. "Now, Bell, what I wish you to do Is to run and get Jamie, ami come down with me to the road. I think you and Jamie can manage to carry him between you." Bell was con sidered one of the strongest women within the Island. "Then Jamie must go to Crag Castle for the doctor as fast out ever he can." Ball did not oppose her young mis tress, though It wan with a consider able amount of fear that she ventured forth. Jamie, the farm lad, was still worse, banging back in evident terror, and starting nervously at every flash. But both were awed to a solemn aliens when they looked upon the whi...

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