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The Bemidji pioneer. (Bemidji, Beltrami County, Minn.) 1896-1917, March 29, 1900, Image 1

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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
$*gta*Sly toahoKiay. Like hoys
frvo sehool they hreak away from
tibetaasyi OU socks and old
kiiu* are east away and "tor-
k*y"awHfk%ksdd.
The aaaaal fade of the leather-
is
whkh all
ro each re-
HtsaiMMtspejaa It hriasjs a fresh
air of *****riy and hie* life,whkfe
few beeBMM weary ft. This is the
ssewfree* the woods
fsafe with their wiaier's wage or
that parts* it which they hare
sell withtW storekeeper dor
is? tit* wwter.
Tkestmm eoswe infrowstheir
******r** wm% sm*wi*,B**h*v**#
half low* or ragged frees the
arttstie **t* of asaatear harhers
i thee****-. Bat tsWy hare the
asasssy their pockets or cheeks
t#tste**s**kWiths*a*vrftbe*
Sees* of shea* asake a strike for
tfe* h*rher shoo ahoot the first
tsto** if their teste rsas J the
Kmetmw* tkayare* tato the
e^otiria* stores te way as oatfit,
wittatsWasi of which they hloom
4k*t slice a gorgeoes plant that
*&*$**W the wtater* saow and
fewtfe its Wees**** la the1
TREKKING OUT.(NINE THOUSAND. VW*
The Lmssher Jacks Ectaraift*, t The Highest Price Yet Paid For
City life After Spesaiftg the
Wimter i the wH
at* appatit* to jim^ltiMmnt Ut (tier WM**.
r&htx ifam Asa****** i* mmmy
thirst isofie*the
p&m eaU, ift* rSHage jag, sod
t1wew*3i repefttaatday
th*swat****, OV$*rh#f*he
asraass^ffeftr rawhe* of his fond
if* Jawy *r m*Q*m* {***&
wfe$* **W tsW afysticspal} of
tsW fcsriwg bowl, s*4 fee forced
t#s^iSBsssfts*Mf t* work agaia,
ffcfsffcas*
f*iw#*r tmsiroft*
who
aw s* sr*w*f *tsw**. 111
sjascfeaf UmfrntefOt srWapa**
tsWeasrassig* of aaasttsW i*a*s
g3e*%, t^svec r* w*A of the
tnwniwtlsT ir* fttrw mm iktk wsv
*n8 tsWartessoTtwar at it
mtsWlasssksW*r*ssya^-TlMr*
i*f tktsski*of
ewery
9*
aag*ttft*sJftTW
tsVea* stay* *s*
wrl **s1 #Hf scatter *8
9awllrw*atv aasa* of tiacsa
gmttmi. awkssf later tmO* haak,
the
Ms. The* wave* fel ewsaes
as aaajxr *ssi weagrm mum nrsss*
wsswsW
Tt* eawias f
f
tsW t&e
w__ infin(i* te
aaaaa ssHssassBsa
jOosj is ssapaw ssay
A Snail Chunk of Bemidji
Basiaess Property.
Nine thousand dollars is a large
nn
An
thi
tMiJc
I* at senator thai, fe^i ig snits as Jong as they see any
feast* s* **$** thirst hope of getting their money out
rfr**tswrle*eh*** aceswaiat- of anybody. Interest and all,
vm&mm* ifce srhster* L*orf *&*
wa a pai
&,.
f (fa^d Fork* to Jerome
KeiiheT for the coraer lot,y 25 by
100 feet, on Third street and Min
aesota avenae. Incladed in the
df-al was the saloon bailding and
stock in charge of Ai Bobbins.
Mr. Miles having decided to
is pMOWt-jtoeate j Bemidji selected that
leeliiie,
It/ariMT tfe ^gjit on
forekjj busi, ness. Mr. Keliher,e th owner
arrived from Brainerd Thursday
night and in a few minute* the
dgal was made. Miles took posses
sion Friday morning, Al Bobbins
surrendering hia lease to the par
chaser.
Last fall when Mr. Keliher par
chased the two lots and buildings
at that corner for $4000, there
were critics who though him fool
ish. He now retains more than
half of said property, and aside
from several hundred dollars
spent in improving the corner
building, he more than doubles
his investment by this sale. It
pays to hare confidence in Be
midji real estate.
CASE UP AGAIN.
Detroit Sat Bask Appeals from
teeisiea of Judge Searle in
Becker Co. Case.
Messrs. CD. and F. O'Brien,
attorneys for the Detroit National
Bank, have appealed from the de
cision of JadgeSearle in the Beck
er eonnty order case. The matter
will be on the April calendar of
the Supreme court for argument.
Cowfity Attorney Street he
sj&o*** ther will keep oa bring
fcB*
Jifswlipfilf eyesto all banting near Nary last Jannary.
He was engineer for the Nw.Hard
woodCo'smillat Nary. He was
taken to the hospital at Brainerd
anot* dead than alive. The bul
let, together with a section of the
froatal hone, was removed.
He was discharged from the hos
pital about three weeks ago, ap
parent!v cored. Then Berg made
a diseorery which has startled the
asetiical world. Before the acci-
**t ha eoald talk English fluent
ly. He now cannot remember a
single SagUsh word, although his
aw* language, Norwegian, stays
with hist. He is learning the for-
got!** laagaage orwr again, word
by word. And this is a difficalt
las*.
The operation was a difficult
one, the recovery remarkable end
the rassdt owe of the strangest on
record. It soonds nshy, but the
troth has bee* fully verified. As a
fjimc assalt of the shot, Berg lost per
two diachsas of brain tis
sad the skin oa his forehead
is*S that keeps the brain in place
remored. It
that the part of the
should contain all
of his knowledge of English.
wake a he* ssft*
jar ssVfti*f ntssftst sere their wi*-
tVs wmgt*4 m*ry m*Af tftstsl tsasf
New Subscribers
a^vr^S^oSrSO cents
claim* would now
A STRANGE CASE.
Eawar* ti+n. the beer Hunter
Shot at .Sar:-. Recovers Btst
Forgets English.
A remarkable story comes from
Brainerd. It will he remembered
that Edward Berg was shot in the
bead by a companion while out
BEMIDJT, BELTRAMI COUNTY, MINN., MARCH 29. lOOO.
^***s^***ss^****#*sj*#*s*s*as*ssss^
ONE PRICE TO ALL. MONEY HE
FUNDED IF GOODS DO NOT
PROVE SATISFACTORY.
s-s* aassssso* ss* s**
McCuaig & Ludington
BARNEY BURTON'S NE W CLOTHIN STORE.
A NKW.LINE IN SHIRTS.
LATEST PATTERNS IS MADARAS.
tit*c Wkfs Q] bail \\\z %afa lilMs
Just so with a merchant. He
must sell goods that the people
want, and sell them at honest
pricesm fket they cannot be
sold any cheaper than we sell
them and continue in business.
We can sell clothing at low prices, be-
cause we buy a big lot at a time and
at low prices, therefore we are in a
position to give our customers the benefit.
We carry the largest line of Clothing,
Gent's Furnishings and Shoes in Nor-
thern Minnesota. Call and examine
goods and prices and be convinced.
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
BARNEY BURTON
The One Price Clothier
BEMIDJI. MINNESOTA.
tancetr.
With the Crowd I
And Get Your Goods I
$ Where You Can
I GET EVERYTHING.!
WE HAVE IT
*******s**s*****************s****^
MOST RELIABLE CLOTHING HOUSE
IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA.
JUST RECEIVED-Blg Hue of Trunks, Vallnet.
^E*S*S*4****S*SSt*t*S**S*S*****S*S^
MINNESOTA
HISTORICAL
SOCIETY.
Si.25 A YEAR.

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