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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 5 June 1902

So 'Tis Said. /arm Loans. F.N.Lang, Miles Blk. Mat Sag-ues was up from Cass Lake Tuesday. Fred Hall was a Tenstrike visitor Tuesday. Joba Fitzpatrick came down from Farley Monday. O. M. Skinvik held special court at Bag ley Tuesday. Landlord Markham went to St. Hilaire Monday. James King came down from his claim Monday. Mrs. W. H. Roberts is visiting rela tives in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Naylor spent Sunday at Blackduck. Mrs. A. E. Henderson is visiting relatives at Eau Claire, Wis. Buy your jewelry now at cut prices of N. M. Johnson, the Jeweler. 14 Bennie Moe and Billie Martin were down from Crookston Monday.1 Sheriff Bailey returned Monday irom a business trip to Winnepeg. Major Wilson made a cruise up north to his timbered farms this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baptie and John Baptie were in Bemidji on the excur sion Sunday. J. T. Andrews went to Tenstrike last Monday to look after land owned by A. P. White. E. J. Willits made a cruise through the northwestern portion of Beltram...

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. — 5 June 1902

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE Board of County Commis sioners of Beltrami County, Minn. Bemidji, Minn., May Nth, liXti. Board of county commissioners met at the auditor's office as per adjournment on May 7th, I fl(tt. Meeting called to order at 2 o'clock p. m. Members* present: Writfht, SlWey, Mc- DougaUl and Galluner. On motion, the Hoard adjourned till 2 clock p. May 15th. M02. Board reconvened as per adjournment. Members present: Wriifht, McUougald. .Sib ley and Gallagher. On motion by Sibley and seconded by Mc Bouitald, the claim of Mlnnc Van Tassel] for oookinn and nursing at the female pest house disallowed on April Wth. was reconsidered and ordered paid in full, WM. On motion, the Board adjourned till clock p. m. Board reconvened us per adjournment. Members present: Wright, McDougald, Sib ley and Gallagher. On motion, the Board proceeded to examine and consider the plans and specifications for court house and jail On motion, the Board adjourned till 9 clock a. mMuy tth, 1903. Bo...

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. — 12 June 1902

:WU i MM 9 i *1 cfrivua Peine* The Yacht Ranger Arrives And Proves to Be All That Was Expected of Her. The new gasoline yacht, Rang er, owned by Geo. Reynolds, and built by the Globe Iron Works Co. of Minneapolis, arrived here last Saturday on the cars and was launched into Lake Bemidji the same day. The boat is a beautiful one, 42 feet long and 7 feet wide with 18 h. p. White gasoline engine. It is finished in antique oak and cypress and is provided with toilet and cur tains for apartments, and is equipped with life preservers. Lying on top of the canopy is what is known as a life raft, which, in the event of an accident is capable of floating at least forty people, or as many as the boat is capable of carrying. The Ranger was built at a large ex pense, costing in the vicinity of $2,500, and besides being the speediest on the lake, it is built more for comfort and conven ience and is fully as safe as any. When Geo. Reynolds went build ing a boat to run in opposition with the many f...

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. — 12 June 1902

The Bemidji Pioneer. XAISKR & GREELEY, Publishers .Entered In tho postofhec at Bemidji as second-olasB mutter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Official Connty and City Paper. Republican State Convention. A Republican State Convention for the State of Minnesota is hereby called to be held on Tuesday, July 1st, A. D. 1902, at 12 o'clock M., at the Auditorium Building in the City of St. Paul for the purpose of express ing the choice of the Republican party of the State of Minnesota for purpose of placing in nomination candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Auditor, State Treasurer, Attorney General, Clerk of Supreme Court, and One Railroad and Warehouse Commis sioner, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before theiconvention. The Republican voters of the state and all other voters, without regard to past political affiliations, who be lieve in the principles advocated by the Republican party and endorse its policies, are cor...

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. — 12 June 1902

STEENERSON'S ANNOUNCEMEN Hon. Halvor Steenerson of Crooston is also a candidate for congess in the new Ninth district. He is well known to the majority of the PIONEER Slany readers. The text of his announcement will serve well to show where Mr. Steener son is at. It reads as follows: Hon. C. A. Hitchcock, Central Committee, Crookston, Minn., and other Republican Voters of the Ninth Congressional Dis trict Gentlemen:-1 have received your communication requesting me to announce myself as a candi date for the republican nomina tion for congress at the ensuing frimary election in this district, am deeply sensible to the high compliment involved in such a re quest, because it implies that my candidacy and eventual nomina tion and election would be in the interest of good government, and not the gratification of any mere ersonal ambition on my part, such requests have been re ceived from every section of the district, and I am disposed to be lieve that the same are entitled to favorable c...

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. — 12 June 1902

You have all heard of Prof. E. R. Weycoff, the only missionary that ever went among the Azetec Indians of South America, who has returned alive. It was Prof. Weycoff who planted Christianity amid these fierce people, and made a minister out of Yoreff, the man eater and chief of the savages. "Eight years ago," said the professor, to a gathering of friends at the Allyn house, I resigned my lucrative professorship and set sail for South America. My journey was a two-fold missionfirst, to carry the gospel to a people who bad never heard it, and second, to regain my health, if possible, amid the arid hills of Southern atmosphere. My disease was consumption. I had been pro nounced incurable by leading phy sicians of the East. Analysis by Dr. Agney, of Philadelphia, showed that I was in the early stage of Bright'a disease. I also had a growth in my left side, which some physicians diag nosed as an enlargement of the spleen, some an ague case, and others a tu mor. I was told that anyone of ...

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. — 12 June 1902

I.*- A Miss. Cordelia Street of Sauk Rap ids is here for the summer. Ex-judge Davis of Minneapolis was 3iere Sunday. Chas Miles made his first trip up itheM. & Saturday. ""Clyde Bacon has been appointed administrator to to the estate of Dr. -Adamson. J. J. Jinkinson and wife returned Sunday from their farm at Forest River, N. D. Andrew Youngmark of Brainerd is the e^uest of his daughter, Mrs. Oscar Miner and family. Ed. Meloy of Minnesota Lake is in the city in view of getting a home stead in this vicinity. Rev. Higgins delivered an eloquent address to the Woodmen at their last meeting. Come again, Neighbor. John Wilm, employe the Pioneer -office, went to St. Paul Friday to visit Ma mother and sister for a few days. Master Robert Stewart of Webb City, Mo. is in the city for the sum mer, as the guest of his uncle W, F. -.Street. A. M. Greeley, constable of Camp bell township, came down from his farm on the Big Fork river, last Sat urday. Mrs. M, K. Brinkman returned from Faribaul...

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. — 12 June 1902

County News. LEON TOWN. Peter Hove has his dwelliner houee remodled. Peter Posberg has just completed his fine new dwelling. Martin Kaldahl has built an addi tion to his houe. Anton Joten has rented his farm to B. Brynilson RuiTy brook has been very hieh this spring. Two ows were drowned therein while trying to ford it Ludwig Larson has rented his fath er's farm for five years Axel Anderson has ko's farm for the season ITASCA TOWN. R. Felt's daughter and family from Grant county have been visiting her parents and other relatives. P. Peterson, who has been visiting his son and daughter, will soon bring his family, as he intends to make his future home with his son, P.Berquist. Miss Ida Rose, who has been visit ing her sister, Mrs. A. Edmund, has returned to her home in Douglas county. C. Bakke h&a been in Crookston visiting his mother who is ill. School district 32 had quite a picnic Decoration Day. The graves were first decorated and atterwarda all gathered on Mr. Stephens's lan...

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 June 1902

4' I PARK RAPIDS 0. K. The Bemidji Delegation Is Given a Warm Reception There Last Week. About fifty old soldiers, accom panied by the Bemidji band, at tended the old soldiers'' encamp ment at Park Rapids last week, and all are loud in their praise of the Park Rapids people and the way they entertain. Every ac commodation had been-arranged for by the committee. The time during the days was spent in watching baseball games and horse races, and in the even ings the younger element were entertained at dances. The Park Rapids band boys acted in prince ly fashion toward their visitors, the Bemidji boys, and the young ladieswell, they are simply the best in the land. The encampment for next year will be held at Bemidji, thanks to the efforts.of the delegation Be midji sent down. The following are the officers for the coming year: H. W. Bailey, Commander.. .Bemidji Harrison Lyons, S. V. Vertfdale J. W. Stscho, J. V. Eagfle Bend W. C. Roberts, C. of A .Detroit P. O. Winship, Surgeon. .Park ...

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 June 1902

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered in the postoflice at Bemidji ait second-class mutter. PUBLISHED EVERT TIIIUSDAV. Official County and City Paper. Republican Jtat Convention. A Republican State Convention for the State of Minnesota is hereby called to be held on Tuesday, July 1st. A. D, 1902, at 12 oVlock M., at theUnited Auditorium Building in the City of St. Paul for the purpose of expos ing the choice of the Republican party of the State of Minnesota for purpose of placing- in nomination candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Auditor, State Treasurer, Attorney General, Clerk of Supreme Court, and Onef Railroad and Warehouse Commis sioner, and for the transaction of such other business as may piopcrly come before the.convention. The Republican voters of the state and all other voters, without regard to past political aflliiations, who beare lieve in the principle!! advocated by the Republican party and endorse its polici...

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 June 1902

In the history of the frontier, woman has always played a heroic part. Side by side with man they have invaded the domain of sav ages and still more ravage beasts, have tasted hardships- and priva tions without a murmur, and en dured the trials of the wilderness with calm and lasting philosophy. And yet when the hardy female performs a task that tires man, the world wonders at her endur ance. Perhaps as great a test of "nerve" is the journey over the Big Fork trail at this time of year. The trail is mostly under water and over spongy moskegs and stumps. Between here and Bridgie is one swamp, twenty-four miles across, where wading knee deep in ice cold water and sinking ankle deep in mud beneath is the rule. And there are no friendly hotels or houses, where the weary may rest when overcome. It re quires men of courage to make the trip, but what of the women who endure the trip? What place in history will you award them? During the month of May of this year, two women have ac complish...

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 June 1902

HON. ANDREW GRINDELAND. \1L Brief Sketch of the Life and Public Services of Marshall County's Candidate for the Repub lican Congressional Nomination. Mr.Grindeland's parents were from Voss, Norway, but he him self was born in Iowa. He was educated in the common schools of Iowa, and in 1874, 75 and 7 6 attended the Deborah Institute. Later he'taught both in Iowa and Minnesota Still later he enter ed the collegiate department of the University of Iowa, and inGrindeland: 1882 was graduated from the law department of that institution. The same year he married and removed to Warren, whore he has practiced law ever since. At Warren he at once demon strated his ability as a lawyer and his capacity for practical affairs. His practice grew rapidly and he was honored by his townsmen with various positions of trust within their gift. He was a mem ber of the council, served on the school board and was chairmau of that body, was elected judge of probate, and held various other town and county of...

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. — 19 June 1902

R. W. Loot, left Sunday for the West. For reliable watch repairing go to N. M. Johnson. tf Miss Cora Chapman left for The Dalles, Ore., Monday. There were quite a number of our citizens "camping out" at the head of the lake last Sunday. Two furnished or unfurnished rooms for rent. Good location. Inquire at this office or call up telephone No. 200. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Albrant, of Blaokduck, were in the city over Sun day, the guests of E. L. Nay lor and \wrle. The Townsite Company is doing a rushing business selling lots these days, which indicates that we are still growing. Seats now on sale at Gilmore's for the grand spectacular production of '"Rip Van Winkle" next Monday, June 23rd. August Harthorn of Minneapolis, accompanied by his wife and daughter, are in the city visiting with their sis ter and apnt, Mrs, Chas. Knopkee. The work of building a fence around the school property is progressing nicely, and we will soon have occa sion to feel proud of its appearance. TMiss Celia Cra...

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. — 19 June 1902

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OP THE of County Commis sioners of Beltrami County, Ilk Beiniaji, Minn., May 24th, 1902. Board of County Commissioners met as per adjournment from May !7th. Called to order at, 10 o'clock a. m. All members present. On motion, the Board adjourned till i o'clock Board reconvened as per adjournment and on motion, adjourned till 7 o'clock m. On motion, the following resolution was adopted: Resolved. That Twin City pressed hrlck No. 9Ig, grade No. 1 be and It is hereby dcsiKniited as the brick to be used in acinar up the build inn on the outside in the construction of the new court house. .A? On motion by Sibley seconded by Johnson, the following resolution was adopted: Resolved. That the Portage Kntry red sand stone No. 1 to be used for trimming and No. i verlgated tor rane work for basemen to water table in the construction of the new court house. Same to be taken from the quarries of The Portage Entry Quarries Co. On motion, the bid of Bakely Und Parley, be ing th...

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. — 26 June 1902

OFFICIAL PAPER OF BELTRAMI COUNTY. VOL. VII, NO. 17. FIREMEN'S TOURNAMEN At Cass Lake the Balance of This VVeek-BemidJl Team Will AttendThe Program. A meet of the Northern Minne sota Firemen's Tournament As sociation will take place at Cass Lake this week, commencing to day and continuing during the balance of the week. OuY neigh bor village has been making ex tensive preparations for some time to entertain her guests, and she is now ready to meet them at the depot with open arms and make them welcome. Many peo ple from here went down there this morning, headed by the fire department, and we look for our boys to do some good work. The program is as follows: THURSDAY. 1 p. m.Receiving officers and mem bers of the association and visiting firemen at Great Northern depot. 2 p. m.Eighth annual convention of the association at the firemen's bowery. Convention called to order by President C. E Leeman, of Cass Lake. Response by L. H. Bailey, of Beraidji. Address by F. A. Grady, of Red Lake...

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. — 26 June 1902

I3P The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered in the postofhce at Bemidji as Becond-clusB matter. PUHLISUK1) KVKKY THUUSDAY. Official County and City Paper. mm The Standard Republican State Convention. A Republican State Convention for the State of Minnesota li hereby called to be held onTuoHday, July 1st, A. D. 1902, at 12 o'clock M., at the Auditorium Building in the City of St. Paul for the purpose of exprenw in# the choice of the Republican party of the State of Minnesota for purpose of placing in nomination candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Auditor, State Treasurer, Attorney General, Clerk of Supreme Court, and One Railroad and Warehouse Commis sioner, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the.convention. The Republican voters of the state and all other voters, without regard to past political adHIations, who be lieve in the principles advocated by the Republican party and endorse its...

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. — 26 June 1902

E WEP FO COI N Echo of the Methodist Conference Last Year Discloses New Financing Method. Parson Would Get Rich Quick Later Pleads for Money With Tears. An amusing incident, which oc curred in connection with the Methodist conference held here last summer, has just come to light, says the Superior Leader of a recent date. The leading char acters of the occurrence were Mr. P. N. Lang, of the South End, hut lately of Bemidji. an innocent min ister and an agent for a mining concern situated at Minneapolis. The minister came from the South ern part of Wisconsin. On his way up here he learned that he had fallen heir to a legacy of $2,600. He was poor, even poorer than the general run of men of his profes sion, and the joyous news filled him with delight.. He fell to plan ning what he would do with the with the money, and this occupa tion made pleasant the long ride to Superior. So-much would go toward improving the modest hahi tation in which he dwelt, so much to his patient wife, and 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. — 26 June 1902

I A GHOST STORY. But It Was Finally Explatned in a Natural Way. "Speaking about ghost stories, I am reminded of the following, in stance," said a well-known Washing ton correspondent: "The dread of the supernatural in that people evidence a fear to 'meet/ as it were, apparitions at close quar ters, as though it were possible for spiritual elements either of good or evil intent to render harm to a human being, accounts .largely for the fail ure to run clews of ghostly manifes tations to the ground, but as this dread is an inherent element of the human make-up it is excusable. There are many authentic instances where people have been liter ally scared to death, but there is no authentic case on record, of course, of an actual physical encounter be tween a human being and a supernat ural presence, yet there are those who allow their superstitions to con trol rather than their reason. Never theless, it must be admitted that ap parently good grounds exist on the part of the nervously inc...

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. — 26 June 1902

Br I! 1 'S a* W ive Page W. W. Browne was in Cass Lake on business Monday. C. M. Bacon and wife went to Turtle Hiver and Farley Sunday. Harvey Woodward drove to Nebish Sunday. WANTED2 first-class paper hang ers. Sutton & Jones. tf Born, to Garfield Field and wife, Saturday, June 21, a boy. C. M. Baton is said to have pur chased some valuable real estate in Cas Lake. Miss Blanche Woodward returned home from St. Paul last night after aa extended visit with her sister, Mrs. E. J. Ryan. The Lakeside Bakery is prepared to furnish Ives' celebrated ice cream in any quantity, at reasonable price!-. iGive us a call. Mrs. A. J. Newgard, of New Rich land, this state, came to the city last Monday evening and will make an ex tended visit with her daughter, Mrs. I. B. Olson, and family. See the Great Northern agent about Fourth of July excursions. Fare and one-third for round trip for distance of not more than 200 miles, on sale .July 2, good to return July 7. ^Gn July 4 attend the celebratio...

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. — 26 June 1902

IMWIjllll 1 ,ilii T'IIM A GHOST STORY. But It Was Finally Explained in & Natural Way. "Speaking about ghost stories, I ain reminded of the following in stance," said a well-known Washing ton correspondent: "The dread of the supernatural in that people evidence a fear to 'meet/ as it were, apparitions at close char ters, as though it were possible for spiritual elements either of good or evil intent to render harm to a human being, accounts .largely for the fail ure to run clews of ghostly manifes tations to the ground, but as this dread is an inherent element of the human make-up it is excusable. There ore many authentic instances where people have been liter ally seared to death, but there is no authentic case on record, of course, of an aetual physical encounter be tween a human being and a supernat ural presence, yet there are those who allow their superstitions to con trol rather than their reason. Never theless, it must be admitted that ap parently good grounds exist on the...

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