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title: 'The Bemidji pioneer. (Bemidji, Beltrami County, Minn.) 1896-1917, June 25, 1896, Image 1',
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VOL- 1 NO. 15
The republican county conven
tion will b held tomorrow at Bug
Carson Bros, are exbibing the
largest lih of Dry Goods in the
Bemidji will 6 a big celebra
tion on the Fourih.
The schools in district .No. 4
will close Saturday with a picnic.
If you want good potatoes, go
to J.W. Weito&Co.'s
Messrs. H. Geil, Jim Bronnen,
Chas. and Fred. Boyd are in
Smith & Bates now sport two
Have you seen those fine Pique
'Jaconets and Percales at Carson
A. J. Jones, of Moose, was in
the citv this week.
M. E. Carson returned from
Park Rapids Monday.
Perry Cotton and M. Leak left
Tuesday forGrotton, S. D.
Carson Bros, have a large dis
play of fire works in their show
The committee on arrangements
have secured Attorney Wright, ot
Park Rapids, to deliver the Fourth
of July address.
The proud bird of freedom will
scream in Bemidji on the Fourth.
Earl Carson is building an ad
dition to his residence.
H. Smith made a trip to Park
Rapids this week.
FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR!
At J. W. White & Co.
Willis Brannon, manager of
the Bemidji Hardware Co., is
transacting business in the Twin
'CMei this week.
The Chippewa Indians on the
White Earth reservation held their
annual celebration last week.. It
was largely attended by people
from adjoining towns. Speeches
were made by the leading chiefs
of the tribe.
Mr. K. Peterson had the mis
fortune to cut the middle finger of
his left hand nearly off with an
axe on Monday last. It was dress
ed by Dr. Ornich. and is doiniJ
nicely at this writing.
While the game of ball was in
progress last Friday, Mr. Ed.
Achenbach drove down from
the grounds with his team and
buggy, and leaving them in front
of Carson's store for a moment
the ponies started on a trip -of
'their own through the timber,
and the result was a very much
dilapidated bu ggy. Team not in
J. W. White & Co. have about
two hundred bushels of oats for
A parly of five gentlemen from
Fertile are spending a few days
For LEGAL BLANKS and
NOTEBLANKScall at this office.
The Bemidji saw mill shut down
for a mouth.
J. F. Re more & Son are prepar
ing plans for a large addition to
Carson Bros, have a large assort
ment of Challis at 12 cents.
Chas. Peterson of the little
fraction was in the city yester
Those Crepous at Carson Bros,
are beautiful and only 15 cents
Carson Bros, have a large crew
of men at work clearing Beltami
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Berry re
turned from Park Rapids last
J. W. White & Co. received two
loads of groceries today.
Bemidji ought to be well repre
sented at the republican county
Mr. Geo. Rogers, of Sheldon, N.
D., is visiting at Dr. Omich's, and
it may be that he will become a
resident of Beltrami county in the
Mr. Porter Nye met with a
slight accident at Craik & Co.'s
mill this week by his fingers com
ing in contact with the saw.
Mrs. M. Farley and daughter,
Cora, lately of Iowa, arrived in
town on Monday last, and will
take their residence on Earl Car
son's farm, just west of town.
Mrs. Farley is a sister of Mrs. G.
M. Carson and Mrs. Wagner.
Call at Carson Bros, for your
Fourth of July Dress goods. They
haye just received a large line and
are selling them at prices to suit
W. Merichle and family, who
have been spending a- few weeks
visiting friends here, returned to
Eagle Bend last Monday.
The game of ball last Saturday
afternoon between the Moose nine
and our boys, resulted in another
victory for the home team. The
score standing 19 to 17.
Lou Williams left Wednesday
for Coggswell, N. D., where he
will spend several weeks visiting
frieuds and relatives.
The glorious Fourth will be
celebrated at Bemidji. All kinds
of races will be participated in for
which suitable prizes are offered.
A base ball game, Indian war
dance, and a large bowery will be
erected for dancing.
Carson Bros, are Headquarters
for all kinds of Forth of July goods
Wm. Bromthron came down
from Fosston Wednesday with a
load of goods for Arne Solberg.
Miss Gertrude Omich came in
on last Thursday's stage for a
visit with her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. Omich. Miss Omich has
been teaching school in Random
county, N. D., the past year.
J. W. White and Dan Dennis
spent Monday in Fosston.
Work has been resumed on the
new building of Mrs. A. Thopson,
on Third street, and it will now
be rapidly pushed to completion.
Go to Carson Bros, for your
Forth of. July goods they can furn
sh you anything from a Pistol to
Mr. Ed. Achenbach in the in
terest of the U. S. Furniture Co.,
will take a trip through Otter
Tail and and adjoining counties
the next two weeks.
We hope the people of the terri
tory to be incorporated will not
forget the importance of the elec
tion -to be held next Monday.
While there is no doubt ot the
result it will be much better to
have a full vote even if there is no
First quaility Corduroy Pants,
$3.75, at Car-son Bros.
The total number of lives lost in
the St. Louis tornado is now esti
mated at 552, all but about 60 of
which were lost in St. Louis and
East St. Louis.
There are several ways of build
ing up a town, but only one wy
to do it thoroughly, and that way
is for all interested in the place to
pull together with the main ob
ject in yiew. No one man can
break away from the rest of his
fellowmen and compel them to
accept his views and ideas.
Neither can one man, single hand
ed, run the town. Whenever any
one gets a notion of that kind in
his head, he would be doing the
community a great favor by sneak
ing off to some quiet spot and
there cease to exist. Hills
We came FIRST and will stay till the LAST.
All Repairing Promptly
Corner Third and Beltrami Ave.
Our stock of Genersil Merchandise Is the Largest and Best in Beltrami County.
BEMIDJI, BELTRAMI COUNTY, MINK., JUNE 25. 1896.
.50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE
E PIONEER STORE
GROCERIES, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, and HOOTS and SHOES,
We carry everything that the trade ch-mands. Oar stock of GROCERIES ie New and Fresh, and our DRY GOODS and CLOTHING
have not a Shelf-mark on them. We aim to treat Everybody alike. We also carry a large line of
taken in Exchange.
CO 5-i 0
in CD O
od P3 O
Which we sell at the Lowest Market Price. AH kinds of FARM PRODUCE
Itl-H'UBLrCAN STATE CON
A Republican state convention
for the state of Minnesota will be
held on WednesJay, the 1st day of
July, A. D. 1896, in the Auditori
um, in the city of St. Paul, at 12
o'clock noon, for the purpose of
placing in nomination candidates
for the following named offices:
Secretary of, State, Treasurer and
Attorney-General and for the
transaction of such other business
as may properly come before the
convention. All voters who are
in sympathy with the principles
advocated by the Kepubhcan party
and who desire its success, regard
less of their past political affilia
tions, are invited to participate in
the selection of delegates to this
convention. The several counties
are entitled to representation in
the convention as follows:
Beltrami, 5 all others, 1141.
All primary elections for this
convention must be held as pres
cribed in the primary election law
enacted in 1895.
HARRIS RICHARDSON, Ch'rm'n
J. A HENDRICKS,
A TTOHNE Y-A T-LA W.
U. 8. Land Cases a Specialty.
Room ft, Grand Central Hotel.
My stock of the following
is added to each week by new
goods direct from Chicago,
keeping an already well select
ed variety constantly fresh
Ladies' Trimmed Hats Sailors,
black, bine and white," Inolnd
ing the fawliionable "New
port" and "Idle Hour Lace
Braid and Black Leghorn Sun
Latest effects in Children's
Totnasliaiiters great variety
in quality and colorings.
Children's all over Embroidered
Infant's Embroidered Hoods and
Summer Veilingsblack and
cream. Ulack Silk Mitts.
Cambric and Nainsook Em
broidery in bsatitixul designs.
White Lace. Summer Corsets.
Material for Shirt Waists in
delicately tinted Dimities and
Helta in light colors, suitable for
Jet Trimmings, Buckets, assort
ed Pins am! many other useful
Goods will be cheerfully shown,
to customers at any time.
M- M. Achenbach.
J. F. REMORE & SON,
Rate*, $1J0 per day.
B^FEKD STAJILB IN COK-
Bemidji Meat Market
DENNIS & MILLER,
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
Highest Cash Prico Paid for
Hides and Furs.
Third Street, ttemidjl, Mlna
The Bemidji House.
Q. M. CARSOK, Prop.
Knte S.B r or
BEMIDJI DRAY LIN
Draymg entrusted to are-will h aw
fully arid'|Wiu}tttj attfetfded fefc
BR J. P. OMICH,
Bemidji Druf Store
G. M. Carson
Ternut IteaitonaMr. BEMIDJI, MINN.
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