Elephind.com contains 1,202 items from Bemidji Pioneer, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,306 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 27 February 1902
Mm.i Ml X. OFFICIAL PAPER OF BELTRAMI COUNTY. COUNT DIVISION Being Urged by Bagley and Shev lin Hopeful Citizens. Citizens of Bagley and citizens of Shevlin are out hustling for signatures on rival petitions for a division of the countv. Both want a slice of big Beltrami cut off in to a new county, but both want the boundary drawn in such a way as to make of it the county seat Bagley wants the new county to consist of the three western tiers of townships in Beltrami, from Becker county north to the Red Lake reservation line, mak ing about 24 townships. But Shevlin wants a larger onethe same territory with still another tier of towns to the east, a total of over 28 townships. Should the "Bagley" county be organized, that village would be in the centre of it the same may be said of Shevlin,should its plan win. Both factions are getting up a petition to forward to the governor for the question to be submitted to the voters next fall. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that there is on hand ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 27 February 1902
The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered in the poatofeoe at Bemidji aa second-class matter. prBLISHEU KVEKV THURSDAY. Official County and City Paper. HV "BEMIDJIGAMi" ITS DUES. SO PAR as the division of the county is concerned the sen timent among our people is unanimous. Get away from the gang at Bemidji, is the desire of all our people, regardless of poli tics.Teckla Tax-payer in the Bagley Times. We are sorry to see the advo cates of county division use such argument, but we would over look it, werejit not that in some localities the same argument is used against the issuing of bonds to build anew court house and jail. Reduced to its last analysis, the chief opposition to the bond issue comes from those who op pose not the court house but the location. Not that they hate the bonds less, but Bemidji more. There should be no sentiment of this kind In the days of its youth Bemidji has been wiW and loose, but reform has come and will come until it will hold up i...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 27 February 1902
I .'W. i i M. D. Sterner went to St. Paul Mon day. E. Crawford was in Bagley Sat urday. Attorney McCusick went to Duluth Monday. Andy Clavin returned Monday from the west. C. Albrant returned from Chicago Saturday. A. Gilmour went to Blackduck Thursday. Ed French came down from Black duck Friday. Chas. Scrutchin and wife went to Cass Lake Monday. S. A Gray, the veteran St. Cloud logger, came up Saturda y. Miss Katie Kuneman returned last week from West Superior. Ira Ros8tnan and bride returned last week from their Wisconsin visit. John Patterson has accepted the po sition of time keeper for Walker & Akely at Wilson's Spur. Dr. Arnold's Cough Killer for asthma cannot be equalled.S. Gillesnie, Guthrie Center. la. LostA bunch of keys over a month ago. Finder who leaves same at this office will be liberally rewarded. Happv Anderson is now the presid ing elder of the bowling alley, Mr. Grant having quit to go to Oregon. 1 Mrs. Mart ha Miller came over from Cass Lake Friday to visit M...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 27 February 1902
Attest: L. JENSEN, Recorder. Auest L. JENSEN, Recorder. (OFFICIAL.) ORDINANCES, Rules, Regulations and By-Laws OF THE VILLAGE OF SHEVLIN BELTRAMI COUNTY, MINN. Ordinance Number One. Council Meetings, Rules and Proceedings The Village Council of the VUlaije or Shcvlln do ordain as follows: Section 1 The regular meeting of the Village Council shall be held on the first Tuesday of cachinontb. ftt o'clock p. ai.itt the village hull. Sec. The order of business at the regular meetings of the Council shall be. Roll call. Reading minutes of last meetinsr. Auditing Claims. Special order. New business. o, nrw.,-i'il meetings may bo held at any time upon the call of the President, or Of two ,n,i ,in7n th'w/S be given to all members of the Council and no business S^nW^laW^tetJe* shall be transacted at such special meeting, such notice shall be readand'entered in full upon the minutes by the Recorder. Sec 4 The President, shall, nt the first regular meeting of the Council In each year, ap- point...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 6 March 1902
Mr' i* 4 OFFICIAL PAPER OF BELTRAMI COUNTY. VOL. VII, NO. 1. SHORT SEASON Logging Operations Must Soon Cease, Judging by Weather. The change in the weather Friday, with a falling tempera ture and a greater fall of snow raised the hopes of loggers that the spring breakup had not yet come, and they would be able to get a couple weeks more of sledding. But the cold spell soon playd out and the snow again began to disappear. Many loggers who had kept their crews in hopes of favorable weather, began to let them go. The outcome is very discourag ing. Carver Bros., S. C. Bagley, S. A. Gray, and a few contrac tors for T.B.Walker appear to be about the niy ones who will come near filling their expecta tions for the winter's work. It is estimated that 30 per cent of the logs cut will not be gotten out of the woods this winter. The thaw has come at least two weeks too soon. The result is that the loggers, .and many of them are small con tractors hauling by the thousand for the great lumber cor...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 6 March 1902
Mt emidj i mm. KAISER r.UKKl.Y, Publisher*. BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA. Mr. Joseph Letter has wriggled out of another bad corner. Sir Thomas Upton appears to bava lifted Mr. Schwab, anyway. That Brooklyn doctor who wants to he vivisected might try running for a public office. It is said that Mr. J. Plerpont Mor gan has a glucose trust nearly ready for the market Of coarse, the czar has permission to put that Japanese-British alliance in his pipe and smoke it. The baseball season has opened in Tennessee with one fatality. Football would do well to look to its laurels. A New York judge has actually de cided that theater tickets are not "necessaries" for a Harvard student! If 'Queen Wilhelmina had it to do over again perhaps she would pick out a husband with better taste and man ners. Christian Science is now reasonably sure to overrun the German empire. The imperial government is opposing its spread. The latest Kentucky feud was caused by whisky. Still, who ever heard of a -Kentucky feud that...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 6 March 1902
GUARDS ATTACKED. Desperate Attempt of Sentenced Sol diers at Keowli to Escape. Miles City, Mont., March 1. Three soldiers, Watson, Sample and Ferris, serving sentences at Fort Keogh, made a desperate attempt to escape. They were working under guard of Privates Osbcrne and Miller at the pump house, a mile from the post. As Osborne's lack was turned Watson knocked him senseless with a bar of iron. Sample overpowered Miller and took his gun away. Ferris, the third prisoner, at tempted to help the guard, but was cowed with a gun. The three then hurried to some timber two miles dis tant. An alarm was given at the fort and officers and a company started fter the. culprits, capturing them. BIENNIAL. ELECTIONS. Iowa Senate Passes the Amendment and It Will Go Through House. Des Moines. Iowa, March 1. The house committee on railroads took up the 2-cent fare bill yesterday afternoon and practically decided to kill it, al though it will not be acted on until the ne..i meeting. The railroads com...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 6 March 1902
The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered In the postoftice at Bemidji a second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Official County and City Paper. N O WIDE TIRES. IN THE YEAR 1889 some wise guy in the Indiana legislature succeeded in getting passed a law prohibiting the hauling over turnpike and gravel roads, in stormy or wet weather, loads of more than 2,000 pounds in nar row-tired wagons, or more than 2,500 pounds in broad-tired ones. The Indiana supreme court promptly declared the act void for uncertainty, because it failed to provide a standard of compar ison by which broad or narrow tires may be determined. The attention of Governor Van Sant is respectfully called to this Indiana law. He should at once secure the passage of such a law by the Minnesota legisla ture, and should follow it up by an immediate suit in equity in the supreme court of the state to restrain all teamsters in the state from overloading at this peculiar season of the year. The law m...