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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 26 June 1902

mm i tive Paae W. W. Browne was in Cass Lake on 'business Monday. C. M. Bacon and wife went to Turtle River and Fsriey Sunday. Harvey Woodward drove to Nebish Sunday. WANTED2 first-class paper hansr ers Sutton & Jones. tf Born, to Garfield Field and wife, .'Saturday, June 21, a boy. M. Bacon is said to have pur chased some valuable real estate in Cass Lake. Miss Blanche Woodward returned home from St. Paul last night after an 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 prices. tfiive 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. On July 4 attend the celebrations along t...

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. — 26 June 1902

County News. LEON. Wedding bells are soon to ring. Hans T. Haugen was fishing in Deep Lake a few days ago. Arthur Bardwell is the happy pos sessor of a bran new top rig. Miss Esther Rydeen, teacher in dis trict No. 20, was in Olberg one day last week. iirs. Anton Olberg was a visitor at the home of Mrs. A. G. Skarbo a few days ago. Arthur Bardwell has sold his fine 160-farm north of here to a man from Douglas county. Mrs. B. Brynilson returned last week after a few days' visit with rela tives and friends in Eden township, this state. Alex Churness, of Greenwood town ship, has been as busy as a bee lately hauling all kinds of material for his new house. Ludwig and John Larson made a trip to Olga, a few days ago after live stock which Ludwig had bought at that place some time ago. One day last week Dr. McKinnon, John Lohn, Axel Thorson and J. Urn land, all of Fosston, passed through here looking over the country. Alex Churness, of Greenwood town ship, is remodeling his dwellinghouse. ...

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. — 3 July 1902

7 7 OFFICIAL PAPER OF-- BELTRAMI COUNTY. VOL. VII, NO. 18. BURNED O ASHES Geo. Reynolds' New Boat.Ranger, Destroyed By Fire and Sank. No Lives Lost. George Reynolds' new launch, Ranger, caught fire at the head of the lake last Saturday evening and was totally destroyed. Pour teen passengers were on board at the time, only one receiving slight injuries. The story of the unfortunate occurrence is brief and substantially as follows: Mr. Reynolds took a party of pleasure seekers to the hea of the lake late in the evening. The supply of gasoline gave out and the boat was unable to get back and was run to the shore at the north end. It was discovered that the gasoline tank was leak ing and all on board was aware of the.fact. Mr. Reynolds was on shore trying to get a row boat when someone on board un thinkingly lit a match to see the time. The mischief was done. In the flash of an eye a tiame arose from all quarters of the boat, all on board, fourteen in number, sprang into the water. It 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. — 3 July 1902

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered In the postofliuo at second-class matter. Bemidji HILL'S RIVALS. Not J. P. Morgan, nor Harri man, nor Could but rivals in securing business for its trans continental linos, the Great Northern and Northern Pacific rivals which make his blood run cold when he goes after the in vesting public for funds with which to carry on his railroad and steamship enterprises and extensions. Who are his rivals? The current issue )f the Nauti cal Gazette contains the first printed picture of the steamship Alaskan, one of the two big ves sels built for the American Hawaiian Steamship Co. of San Francisco, which recently ar rived at the Delaware Breakwa ter with "the most valuable cargo that has ever left the Hawaiian Islands," being valued at $775,- 000, and amounting to 11,000* tons of sugar, or a trifle over one half the possible cargo of either of Mr. Hill's new Pacific steam ships now under construction at Groton, Conn., and twice the ...

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. — 3 July 1902

ill 1*1* i "tr jt .X "WVS^^^WWWN) Bemidji now has a fish market. Ivory soap the best. Peterson. J. J. Jinkinson is remodeling his residence. See E. T. Willits if you want to rent your house. tf. Howard Bailey returned from Fer gus Falls Monday. Rev. Fr. Hufnagel of Evanston, is in the city this week A fresh supply of canned meats and soups at Peterson's. Mrs. John Steidl returned Monday from a visit in Wadena. Miss Anna Spain went to St. Paul where her mother resides. Rev. Grant Teeters preached a ser mon at Blackduck Tuesday night. Jack McAvoy, formerly of the Markham, has started a dray line. Ice cream delivered to families at all times in any quantity. J. Peter son, Jr., Miss Lillian Berman returned Sat urday from a two-weeks' visit at Min neapolis. W. S. Brannon was among the ex cursionists here from Forest River, N. D., Sunday. Editor Vasaley of the Herald was among the excursionists from Little Falls Sunday. An unusually varied supply of "fancy confections in large or small pa...

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. — 3 July 1902

fe Summer Tourist Rates via The Great Northern Railway. Reduced rates are made by the Great Northern railway as follows: Annual convention National Educa tional Association, at Minneapolis. One fare plus $2 for round trip. On sale July 5 to July 8. Final return limit July 14 30 days extension at cost of 50c. Annual meeting of Young Peoples' Christian Union, at Tacoma, Wash. $45.00 for round trip to Seattle, Taco ma and Portland. On sale July 16 to July 21. Final return limit September 15, 1902. National Commercial Travelers'Pro tective Association, at Portland, Ore. $45.00 for round trip to Seattle, Ta coma and Portland. On sale May 27 to June 8. Final return limit 60 days from date of sale. Supreme Lodge A. O. U. W-, Port land, Ore.$45.00 to Seattle, Tacoma, Portland and return. On sale May 27 to June 8. Final return limit 60 days from date of sale. Imperial Council Nobles of Mystic Shrine, at San Francisco.$50.00 to San Francisco and return $61.00 to Los Angeles and return. On sal...

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 July 1902

VOL. VII, NO. 1 t\ & I. EXTENSIO N Is Being Continued From Black Dock to Phena. The building of the extension to the M. & I. railroad from Blackduck to Phena goes merrily on. The writer was over the right of-way Wednesday and saw over two hundred men at work clear ing the route for the road. This work is let out in stations of one hundred feet square, some con tractors taking more to clear than others, but it must all be done at a certain time, and in a short time, too, ready for the graders. About midway between Black duck and Dexter's a large force was busy building a camp, put ting up tents, log cooking shan ties, etc., in order to accommo date the large number of hungry laborers. About two miles southwest of Dexter's a big camp has been es tablished and a large crew of men are at work fixing up a tote road from Blackduck to that sta tion, and it is a busy place. Several car loads of horses, graders, dump cars, etc., arrived at Blackduck the first of the week During July ...

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 July 1902

1 \t The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entttredt in tlhe postofflCe' at Bemidji as second-class matter. PUBLISHED'EVERY "THURSDAY. Official County Paper. LAND A GOO INVESTMENT. /\NE of the most favorable \J signs of the continued pros perity in the county is the rapid and steady rise of farm values. The high prices of manufactured products are often largely art ificial, due to bulls and bears in commercial centers and the power of combined capital. It means much or littlea rainbow of promise or a shadow of des pair. But the value of farm lands are substantial signs of prosperity, real and lasting. They are based almost wholly upon the broad law of supply and demandwhich, as the pro duct of increased population, are not given to going backward but to expansion. It is estimated that our pop ulation is increasing at a rate of a million and a half per year, and that within the next fifty years the population of the United States will be doubled. It is mostly upon thi...

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 July 1902

0* iAt 1-. i i A. arfrivo v..,Cha9. Miles returned from St.Pattl Sunday. W. F. Street returned Sunday from '-St. Paul. Goe- Lydick came up from Cass !Lake Monday. See E, J. Willita if you want to rent your house. tf. Wanted, girl for general housework. J"- L. Reynolds, H. A. Dickers- was in from Shev ilin Monday. Wanted, girl for general housework. L. Reynolds. A fresh supply of canned meats and .-soups at Peterson's. Ole SwedTeck intends leaving for .the Big Fork river today. Frank Hart was down from Blaek duck the first of the week. A. M. Greeley returned from his Wisconsin trip last Sunday. iMichaql Cole was taken to Crook 3ton today to serve 30 days. Miss Youngmark of Brainerd is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Oscar Miner. Miss Cordelia Street entertained a .-gathering of friepds Monday evening. Ice cream delivered to families at rail times in any quantity. J. Peter son, .Ir, Alex. Cardie of Cass Lake was in the city Tuesday looking up business for the New York Life. An unusually...

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 July 1902

Summer Tourist Rates via The Great Northern Railway. Reduced rates are made by the Great Northern railway as follows: Annual convention National Educa tional Association, at Minneapolis. One fare plus $2 for round trip. On sale July 5 to July 8. Final return limit July 14 30 days extension at cost of 50c. Annual meeting of Young Peoples' Christian Union, at Tacoma, Wash. $45.00 for round trip to Seattle, Taco ma and Portland. On sale July 16 to July 21. Final return limit September 15, 1902. National Commercial Travelers'Pro tective Association, at Portland, Ore. -r845.00 for round trip to Seattle, Ta coma and Portland. On sale May 27 to June 8. Final return limit 60 days from date of sale. Supreme Lodge A. O. U. W., Port land, Ore.$45.00 to Seattle, Tacoma, Portland and return. On sale May 27 to June 8. Final return limit 60 days from date of sale. Imperial Council Nobles of Mystic Shrine, at San Francisco.$50.00 to San Francisco and return $61.00 to Los Angeles and return. On sale...

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 July 1902

I -JlEf OFFICIAL PAPER OF BELTRAMI COUNTY. VOL. VII, NO. 20. "7:40'to*8:20' 1 i SUMME SCHOO The Beltrami county training school began in this city last Monday with a substantial enrollment, fifty-five teachers be ing present. This is the first school of this character held in Beltrami county and it is grati fying to note the vast interest TIMK 7:30 to 7:40 Fifty-five Teachers From All Parts of The County, and a Few From Abroad, in Attendance. PROGRAM: CARROLL Opening Physiology '8:26"to"8:55" Arithmetic "8:55"to" 9:35" Arithmetic 9:35' to' 10:10 10:16' to" 10:30 10:30 to 10:40 ib:40 to 11:20 Spelling Recess Reading 11:20 to" 11:55" 11:55 to"12:66" Dismissal During July $ and August JJ this store fffi will close jl at 6:30 p.m. that is being taken, and a great amount of good, in all probabili ties, will be accomplished. The instructors selected for this school by the state superintend ent are of the best, and those who are in attendance will be better qualified to fulfill their du- Y...

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 July 1902

The Bemidji Pioneer. EDWARD KAISER., Publisher Entered la the postofltice at Bemidji as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVEBY THCKSDAY. Official County and City Paper. FOUND THE TEA Sheriff Bailey Overtakes the Team Stolen from Blakcly & Farley May 31. It is remembered that a fancy team of horses was stolen from Blakely & Farley at the village of Farley on May 31, and that Sheriff Bailey has worked con tinually, along with his other duties, searching the country for the horses and thief. He sent out cards and letters to every sheriff and constable in the country asking them to keep an eye for such a team and man. He found trace of them at Red Lake some three weeks ago and followed them to Tower where last week the thief sold the team to an innocent party. Mr. Bailey found the team and telegraphed Mr. Blakeley to come and ident ify same. Up to the present time the thief has not been found, but will have an interest ing time if he escapes the vigilant eye of Beltrami county's s...

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 July 1902

Harry Silver went to Tenstrike Tuesday. Win. McCuai? was in Tenstrike Tuesday. Art Brown was down from Black duck Saturday. E. W. Lewis was down from Black duck Saturday. The county commissioners are in session this week. Al. Kaiser oi Fosston was in the city last Monday. P. A. Mousand was down from Pine Lake Saturday. W.L. Preble and wife of Alida were in the city Saturday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snow, Thursday, July 10, a boy. Editor Co wen of the Mizpah Message was here last Thursday. Knute Oedel and B. Dudksteed of Fertile were in the-city Sunday. Geo. Francis has purchased the Cody barber shop on Minnesota ave nue. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaiser, Tuesday, July 15, a 9-pound boy. Among the investors in the city last week were C. E. and M. M, Knapp of Winnebago City, Minn. Six or seven members of the local -gun club will go to Crookston today to participate in the shoot there. The Misses Alice and Florence Pen -dergast went to their claims 20 miles east of Blackduck, Mond...

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 July 1902

TTTnmTWWTYTTmTTTTtTWyts COUNTY NEWS From the Blackduck Times. The Times is indebted to Jay Reynolds and Register of Deeds Phibbs for calls while in town last Friday. Commissioner P. A. Brown re turned Saturday night from Colorado, where he went to see his mother, who is very ill. S. E. Grindall was down from Phena Tuesday on his way to Minneapolis. Grindall still be lieves the railroad will strike his town. The little daughter of Mr. Leak came down from Mizpah Monday for the aid of a surgeon. She cut her arm with an ax, and had to walk this far for treatment. Tuesday during the dinner hour some person purloined the bulk of Miss May Jansen's wear ing apparel in the way of dresses, etc. A number of articles of jewelry were also taken. Lorn Nelson, Washington, D.C. an old friend of I. B. Olson, came in with the latter Wednesday on a visit to his sister, Mrs. Fisher. Mr. Nelson is employed in the census bureau in Washington. L. 0. Fisk has purchased the Klondyke boat and also has six ne...

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 July 1902

I Vi -i JiMZ^^ OFFICIAL PAPER OF BELTRAMI COUNTY. VOL. Vli, NO. 21. i -*JHF I Bm ff\ SAVING S & LOAN S The Bemidji Savings & Loan As sociation Is Organized in Bemidji. The Bemidji Savings & Loans Association, organized under the charter and by-laws of the Union Savings Association of Sioux Falls, S. D., and in accordance with the provisions of chapter 233, general laws of Minnesota, is the latest thing in Birnidji. Following are the officers of the new organization: W. M. Ross, Pres. E. Swed back, Vice-Pres. F. N. Lang, Secy. A. H. Harris, Treas. The directors are: W. M. Ross, E. J. and Chas. Swedback, Anion Gordon, O. J. Shinn. The board of appraisers are: E. J. Swed back,. Anton Gordon, A. H. Har ris and O. J. Shinn. J. E. Kim mel, superintending agent, of Sioux Falls, S. D. was in the city and effected the above asso ciation. The object of this asso ciation is to loan money for build ing and other purposes to people with real estate who would like to build but is unab...

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 July 1902

The Bemidji Pioneer. EDWARD KAISER., Publisher Entered In the postoflice at Bemidji as eecond-clusA matter. PUBLISHED KVEin- THTK9DAY Official County and City Paper. WAKE UP! N OW let tbe people of Bebut midji get a move unto themselves. After live or six years of bewitching hope that some pine land owner would be kind enough to cease the bar barous practice of cutting the crop of saw logs in the county and hauling them out to be sawed at mills in Minneapolis, Crooks ton or Brainerd, the hope is about to bo gratified, and by this time another year upon the shores of Bemidji there will Have been con structed and put mto operation the largest industry on the line of the Great Northern between Oloquet and Crookston. It will be a matter of congratulation and pride as well to the people of the county of Beltrami as to those of the village of Bemidji, and the people of the village must now recognize that they are about to throw off the swaddling clothes of an infant and graduate into the ...

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 July 1902

i\ 9i S lis SaPPhotographepublitc Hot today. Attorney B. F. Wright of Park "Rapids was in the city last week. N. Brown of Grand Forks was inpayments -the city the latter part of iaet week. John Bailey went to Brainerd Mon day. Ed Scott of Cass Lake was a visitor in town the first of the week. E. H. Jerrard transactad business at Cass Lake the first of the week. Jim Doran is nursing a very sore ihand, the result of blood-poisoning. John Bailey is at Red Lake on official business this week. The stone work on the court house is completed up to the first story, and it presents a very fine appearance. The Presbyterian church is under going considerable improvements. A mew addition is being built to it. The Misses Henderson, Grant, Myers and Woodward gave a ball at *he Red Men hall last Monday night. We have on hand a large line of Refrigerators which will be closed out -at cost.E. L. Nay lor. -21 Mrs. L. Reynolds, who has been .seriously ill for the past ten days, is rapidly recovering. ...

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. — 24 July 1902

:mTWtHTTWnfWTTTTWWnTTt7HTTTT1TTT!TWW: COUNTY NEWS Turtle Hlver Pine Tree: Miss B. Otterstad came up from Bemidji, Wednesday, where she has been in the hospital for several months with typhoid fever. Fred Peterson accomp anied her back. The stereopticon show given by Miller Bros, last Friday night drew a crowded house. They did not misrepresent anything and their large collection of mov ing pictures was something grand. Robt. S. Gile, the good looking postmaster of Oakwood, was in town Wednesday. Mr. Gile has just recently returned from a trip out west where he went to look over the timber prospects of that new country. A report came on Monday that the crew of "dagos" who were working on the "spurs" here the early part of the summer but were removed somewhere south of Bemidji,'had most all their clothing and money burned up one day last week. The crew is working under Frank Moser. Lewis Gjerald woke up one day last week and found two dozen good, healthy, young chickens dead in his co...

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. — 31 July 1902

rt 1:1 OFFICIAL PAPER OF BELTRAMI COUNTY. VOL. VII, NO. 22, **^Vr*trt^M^*i- f. i ii ,1 -M ctive Page Pioneer Dead. Prosper L. Knappen died at his homestead in the vicinity of Tenstrike June 19. The Ten strike Tribune speaks thusly: Mr. Knappen who was sixty years of age at the time of hisacy death, was born March 21, 1843, at Plattsburg, N. Y. He removed at an early age with his parents to Arlington, Wis. At the out break of the Civil war in 1861 he enlisted in the second Wiscon sin cavalry and served with that command until the close of theand war. He was made first lieuten ant as a reward for gallant action in battle and came home with a record to be proud of when the long conflict was over. He was a member of the Loyal Legion and of the G. A. R. After the war he was a popular and suc cessful hotel keeper, having oper ated large hostelries at Port William, Winnipeg, Moorhead and Mandan, N. D. He also at one time engaged in the mining business and made an extended trip abroad. For ...

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. — 31 July 1902

The Bemidji Pioneer. EDWAR KAISER., Publisher Entered in the postnfnce at second-clusH matter. Bomiiiji PUBLISHED EVKKY TIM.'KSDAY. Official County and City Paper. WH O IS I N THE WRON PEW UNDE.RPaue th heading of "In the Wrong Pew," the St Dispatch has this to say about our candidate for senator: W. F. Street, the Beltrami county candidate for the sen ate, declares himself in favor of the railroad merger on the ground that these big mergers are a step in the direction of government ownership of rail roads. John King, of the Red Lake Falls Courier, in reply, says he can't understand why Street should befooling around with the republican party that the supporter of government ownership will have a long and tedious wait before the business interests will see the necessity of such a sweeping reform. The Courier might have added that it will be a long time before any consider able proportion of the people in this country take up with government ownership. Street will never have to go to...

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