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Gives Court House Bonds a
jority of 348 Votes.
The official canvassing board, con
sisting of Chairman Wright, Auditor
Sylvester, and Justices A. R. Erick
son ot Frohn, and O.J. Ring of Win
sor, finished their count yesterday.
They found that a total of 2760 votes
were cast, divided as follows:
Frohn Grant Valley
Langor Leon Maple Ridge
Popple Port Hope
51 50 18
I Fred P. 0'Leary & Co
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings. Shoes, i
Hats, Caps and Notions
Is still on, .and now is the time to buy, while there is a
good assortment. We have lowered the price within the
reach of all, and here is the result:
I Men's Suits .98
Men's Trousers, ITSS0.
Socials and Entertainments.
The band boys will give a dance on
Monday evening following Easter.
The Royal Neighbors will give a
supper and dance at the city hall
Tuesday evening, March 25. Supper
will be served from 6 to 8 o'clock.
Tickets for supper 25 cents, for dance,
25. Come and have a good time.
Owing to the stormy weather on Sat
urday evening the sociable in the
north school house Dist. No. 8 was
postponed until Saturday evening,
March'22. Everyone is invited Come
and hear your companions speak to
you through the phonograph. Select
music will be furnished during the ev
ening. Ladies bring basket supper
for two or more.
The supper and social to be given
by the ladies of the Grand Army on
March 1st had to be postponed on ac
count of the snowstorm at that time.
So they will serve supper on Satur
day, March 22, from six to eight o'-
clock p. m. The famous baked bean
will be in evidence. The Black Cat
social, together with the sale of scrip
ture cake and aprons will complete the
program. Supper 20 cents.
Don't forge! that on Wednesday
and Thursday, March 26 and 27, the
Ladies Guild of the Presbyterian
church will hold their annual fair nt
the city hall. There will be unique
and surprising features. The ladies
are invited to a reception from two to
six. A bountiful supper will be served
from six o'clock on. From eight to
nine a program of music and recita
tions will be rendered, to which all
are freely invited. Dainty articles in
fancy work, handkerchiefs, aprons,
sofa pillows, Easter eggs, home made
confections, etc. Ladies should send
their donations to Mrs. Thos. Bailey
or Mrs. Higgins by March 24.
Worth'$4.00 Sale Price
We have a few Ladies' Jackets we are closing ouuiegar
less of cost.
We also have a full line of Aurora Corsets in the Flex
Girdle and Henderson and Thompson Glove-fitting Corsot.
Call and be convinced that this is the only place in I
to get good goods at a low price. Terms strictly cash.
F. HIGGINS, PASTOR.
Owing to absence of the pastor, there will be no preaching
next Sunday. Sunday School at usual hour. Young
Peoples Meeting at 7:00 p. m.
VOL. VII, NO. 8: BEMIDJI. BELTRAMI CO., MINN., THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1902.
NE W OFFICERS
Elected Last Week in Various
Villages and Towns.
Bemidji township. Supervisors,
Otto Schwandt, ehrm.,C.H. Clapshaw,
G. G. Weien clerk, David Booth as
pessor, David Booth treasurer, Even
Moe justice, Willis Nye, Frank
Smith constables, John Marin, Jas.
Maple Ridpe township. Supervis
ors, C. Saxrud, chui., P. D. Lepley,
V. Sletz clerk, D. Thorn treas., E
Hagerty assessor, C. Snow justices,
W. TisdelJ, B. Nelson: constables, O.
Hill, Nels Oman road overseers, E.
Hagerty and O. J. Hill.
Turtle River VillageCouncihnen,
A. O. Johnson, pres,, J. P. Hawkins,
John Dale, J. P. Taggart recorder,
S. It. Moorhead treas., P. K. Itust
vold justices, Jas. Ryan and Ira
Rossman constable, Jas. Merkley.
Port Hope twp. Supervisors, Peter
Maule, chairman, Win. Fellows, Jos.
Carter clerk, Wm. Hagadone treas.
Cbas. Fleishman assessor, Benj.Car
ter justice, Geo. Wetsel constable,
Turtle Rivertwp. Supervisors,Theo.
Snider,chm,, J. W. Duff, Geo. Reiser
elk., J. N. Gutbrie treas., Peter
Broudby assessor, Peter Brood b-y
justice, A. M. Crowell, J. W. Duff.
Leon twp, Supervisors, J. L. Sup
ry, chm., Herman Rydeen, Peter Liu
quist assessor, B. II. Perkins clerk,
O. J. Tagley treas., B. Brgnilson.
Blackduck village. Councilmen,
Dana Rolfe, pres., Ed Boyle, Henry
Koldeu, A. Newstrom: recorder, L.G.
Townsend: treas., C. H. Allen justice
J. H. Green assessor, Chas. Moon
constable, C. W. Davis.
Shevlin village. Councilmen, Dell
Amadou, pres., John Widnens, Mar
tin Hippo, L. K. Rauk recorder, F.
C. Robbins treas., .John Thorp as*
sessor, Henry Larson justice, G. B.
Newman constable, Frank Vettleson.
Shevlin twp. Supervisors, O. J.
Larson, chm,, S. W.Cartwright, John
MicheJson clerk, F. B. Bobbins jus
tices, Geo. B. Newton, F.B. Robbins
constable, L. T. Anderson,
Moose Creek twp. Supre,, Sear le,
chm., A. Fornander, J. J. Hoff elerk,
J, McCullom treasurer, L. J. McCol
ium cons., Mol Cummings.
Bagley village. Councilmen, A. J.
Higdem, pres., C. A. Covey, Tom
Rierson, O. M. Thoeu recorder, C.A.
Wagner treas. Edward Groven jus
tiroes, W. J. Earl and A. R. Butler
constable, H. A. Melbye.
Copley twp. Sups., E. E. Horton,
chm., L. A Davis, A. P. Moen clerk,
C. A. Wagner treas., E. Groven as
sessor, Hans Eckeland justice, B. F.
Brown constable, John Larsan.
Nora twp. Suprs., W. A. Berkey,
chm, J. W. Hanson, Wm. Baker:
clerk, John Vick treas., Sather
assessor, F. Kingston justice, S
Ames, W Hill.
Eddy twp. Supra., August Wester
land, chm., Otto Anderson, E Lee
clerk, Lee: theas.,Tbor Rievstad
assessor, John Rusten justice, A
Reitan: constable, A Larson.
Teuslrik village. Councilmen,Jos.
barter pres., Benj Carter, Hoyt,
Peter Maule: recorder, Chas Gustaf
son treas., Robt McCuaig constable,
S Carter, Louis Dudrey.
Frohn twp. Supervisors, Nelson
Willett, chm., Fred EUcstadt, E Sweu
son clerk,Ole Moen: treas., Bjel
la assessor, G. G. Moi justice, A II
Eriekson, Frank Marlow constable,
Wm. Bradley, Ole Torgrimson.
Farley village. Council, P. A. Mc
Naughton, pres., F. X. Duford, W.J.
Curtis, Dr. Brywn recorder, R. II.
Bennett: treas., 1 Mclver justice,
IIIU FORK NEW.S.
A. R. Button and Harry Grove are
kept on the move findiner homes for
A dozen cows have found homes in
this locality within the past month.
The river is beginning to break up
the earliest in years.
The election at Campbell was held
in the cabin of Harry Grove and fif
teen voters constituted the electors.
The following ticket was elected: Su
pervisors, Harry Grove, chm., Fred
Grove and Harvey Woodward clerk,
A. B. Paul: Treasurer,Ole Swedback
assessor, Ole Olson justice, E. S.Kin
cannon: Constables, Sam McAfee and
A. M. Greeley.
Stops the Cough
and Work* Off the Cold,
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
Subscribe for thePlONEER. theofficial
city and county paper.
New Council Meets.
The village council, with President
Steidl in the chair, met in their
chambers Monday evening. Tho axe
did not fall very heavily. Chief of
Police Bailey, and Patrolmen Hrose,
Spraguo and Kofklal were reappointed.
Frank Fcsseuden was appointed in
place of W. B. Carlisle for the pump
ing station, I and A. C. Hunson was
made night janitor of tho city hall.
P. J. Russell was appointed attorney.
Drs. Morrison and Foster were placed
upon the Board of Health. Other ap
pointments will be made at tho regular
Ladies' Felt Shoes
Ladies' Street Shoes
Ladies' Dress Shoes
Court in Session.
Tho Hprinjr term of district court la
in session, with Judge MrClMiahan
presiding. Tho calendar may require
aeverul weeks to conclude, as there
are over 80 civil cases, and it is prob
able that the grand jury now in ses
sion may bring in twenty indictments.
The court adjourned yesterday after
tax until today, and tho grand jury
went on a visit to the county poor
SHORT time ago we purchased at a bargain 600 Suits
un ago we purchased at a
Children's Underwear, and in order to move these goods quic
sell .them at a sacrifice.
to sell .the at a sacrifice Remember everything goesMens, Womens
and Children's Underwear, all grades and sizes. Men's Underwear
for 50C, 75C, $1.00 ami $1.25. Worth just double the amount asked
for them. Ladies and Children's Underwear, 26C to $1,00. These are
unheard of bargains. Please remember that we have a fine line and plenty of each size
and that this is not a cut sale on odd sizes.
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Ladies, Gents and
ly we are going
Gents' Felt Shoes
Gents' Work Shoes
Gents' Dress Shoes
Boys' School Shoes
Boys' Heavy Shoes
BATES, $1 1H NEWLY
Opel) Dn and Nlghtf
Anton AHer, Prop.
HERBERT J. LOUD, Hu