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New shoe store at Blar.kduck.
C. W Johnson, proprietor.
A. LaFrenien of Red Lake Falls
has taken charge of the Bridge
Record.
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The Presbyterian church at
arley is being shing'ed.
Turtle will build a jail, to show
its contempt for Farley.
Farley will have a posfcoffice
with K. Mclver at the window.
Turtle now has a seperate poll
ing place, being divorced from
from Port Hope township for
ele tion and assessment purposes.
The 17th of May, Norwegian
Independence day, will b cele
brated in grand style in Nerhus
City this year. Hon. Halvor
Steenerson will be one of the
speakers.
During the past week parties
have been looking over the topog
raphy of the western portion of
the reservation from Detroit north
in the interest of some of the
great railway systems of the state,
and with a view of building an ex
tension north across the western
portion of the reservation.
A Frohn reader wishes us to
say that a grand country dance
was given March 30 at the resi
dence of Carl Eikstadt, lasting
from nine m. to 4 a. m. W
were also requested to mention a
fickle-minded maiden, but we have
reserved that for Backwoods
Sketches.
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I HighSchool Notes
HARRY ff. UFAL 1 3
fc VKDITOKS. a
fc LELA SOLBEROt
S ttlltt t^mMH""umtituimuiniAmuii
Blanche Woodward is at sehool
again after a two week's absence.
Mabel Hart returned Monday from
Cass Lake where she spent Easter
vacation.
Guy Dunning has completed a term
of school at Winsor and was visiting
school here Tuesday.
A large number of new library
books have been received, among
which are many reference books,
books dealing thoroughly with special
subjects along historical and scientific
lines. These books will be a great
help in our school and literary work.
Owing to the large number of books
now in the library, to avoid loss and
all unnecessary handling of same, two
librarians have been appointed
Mildred Woodruff and Harry Geil.
The pupils will not be allowed to
handle the books in the library at all.
Anyone wishing a book can see the
librarians and they will be supplied
with one.
PROGRAM.
Song Recitation Bertha Trask
LectureShakespere's Works
Atty P. J. Russell
Essay May Colgon
Speech The A Wonzor
DEBATE
Resolved that the British are just in
their war against the Boers.
Affirmative, Harold Sprague and
Chas. D. Jones.
Negative, Harry Geil and Erton
Geil.
TKCKLA CHIPS.
j*ohn Sather of La Qui Parle is
visiting relatives here.
The contest of the county bonds
will he watched with great inter
est hero.
^A. Higdem of Baglev was
looking over the country up this
way last week.
Our mail carrier forgot the mail
bag at some post office down be
low Monday. And on Wednesday
he must have forgot himself some
place along the road as he did not
come at all, and some of those
that waited for mail uttered words
that can not be found in any
dictionary.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olberg of
Nerhus City are here for an outing
at the summer resort of Miss
Carrie Qvam.
A state cruiser has been around
here looking over the school sec
tions, and trying to find out where
the pine that has been stolen has
gone to
John Hougen has moved up on
his claim with his family.
ADAM.
Probab ly in no section east of
the Rocky Mountains enn as
much timber be found to the
acre as along the. Big Pork. The
trees do not stand so close to
gether, but they rise to such
height that it is difficult to esti
mate their value. Even on the
weakest soil, the timber grows
high into the sky Even jack
pine on sandy soil averages 8 to
10 inches in diameter at the
base. Popple here wax es as
strong as white pine in many
localities.
MOOSE BRAND is most grateful. It
is very pure and
dood and rests and
tones the entire system. V"
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NOTICE
TO
CONTRACTOR S
Plans and specifications and sealed
bidt for the construction of a new
court house for theCounty of Beltrami,
Minnesota, to be built on Block 5 of
the original townsite of Bemidji, not
to exceed $35,000, and the plans and
specifications and sealed bids for the
construction and enlargement of the
present jail on said block not to ex
ceed a total cost of $10,000.
Said plans, specifications and bids
to be filed in my office on or before
May 5th, A. D. 1902 at 10 o'clock a.
ID.
Office of County Auditor. Bemidji,
Minn., March 25th, 1902.
D. L. SYLVESTER,
5-8 County Auditor.
$50,000
Five Per Cent., 15-Year Court
House i iid JHII BOIHI H.
Sealed bids will be received at this
office on or before 10 o'clock a. m.,
May 5th, A. D. 1902, for $50,000 5 per
cent., 15-year Court House and Jail
Bonds, in denominations to be design
ated by tbe bidder. Interest payable
semi-annually or annually and at such
place in the United States as designat
ed by the bidder and at his option.
Said bid to, be accompanied by a
certified check of $1,000 made payable
to Cv J. Shinn, county treasurer.
By order of Board of County Com
missioners of Beltrami County, Min
nesota. Dated Bemidji, Minnesota,
March 25th, 1M2.
D. L. SYLVESTER,
5-7 County Auditor.
BIDS WANTE
For the Construction of a New
School House for the Village
of Tenstrike Cente r.Min n.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received by the undersigned
members of the school board of Dist.
No. 46, Village of Tenstrike Center,
Beltrami county, Minnesota, up to 4
o'clock p. m. of the 19th day of
April, 1902, for the construction of a
two-story school house to be erected
in the Village of Tenstrike Center in
said district.
Plans and specifications are uow on
file at the office of Chas.\ Gustafson,
Clerk of District No. 4, Tenstrike,
Minnesota.
The successful bidder will be re
quired to furnish a bond as a guaran
tee of the faithful performance of his
contract.
The board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
Dated at Tenstrike, Minnesota, this
1st day of April, 1902.
A. BELDINC4,
HENRY STECHMAN,
CHAS. GUSTAFSON.
5-7 School Board.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior. Lund Office at
Crookston, Minn...Feb. 20. 1002.
Notice 1B hereby irWeii Mutt the following
named settler has filed notice of ht intention
tii tn.-ikc linnl proof in Hnpuort of his claim,
mid that said proof will bo mtide before the
Clerk of District Court for Beltrami county,
Minnesota, at Bemidji. Minn., on April 18,
1(102, viz:
JOSEPH K. TITUS.
II E. 17693, for the se'4 sec. HI. township H7
north, ranffe IWwest.
lie names thofollowing witnesses to prove
hli continuoneresidence upon undcultivation
of said land, viz:
F.rik K. liedeen, Fred Bard well. Joseph
Wau-ner, Edward Achenbach. all of Bemidji,
Minn. SYLVKSTKK PETERSON.
1-fi Register,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office at
Crookston, Slltin,. March 1902,
Notice i. het'i'liv Klven that the following
named Settler has Hied notice of his inten ion
to nuikt! Itual prot in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made hoforeth
clerk of district court for Beltrami county,
Minn., at Bemidll.Mlnii.,on April IP, 1902. viz.:
JOSEPH WAONKK.
11. K. 17.MU. for thesw'4. ne'4' and lots 1 and 2.
section 5, township 146 north, ranire W..
and so'4 noh section X!. township 14? N.. range
ia W.
BO names the following' witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
or said land, vi/:
Joseph K.TittiM, Frank wiigndr, Fred Hard
well. Brick E, Hedceii.ail of Hemiilii. Minn,
sYl.VIvSTKH PETERSON.
2-8 Register,
Pure water from artesian
wells a thousand feet in depth
used in brewing Hamm's
Beer.
Analysis proves that this
water is perfedly pure, yet it
is tittered before use.
This is one of the details of
Honest Brewing that makes
Hamm's Beer absolutely pure,
ail for
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Supplied by Agents everywhere, or
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$L Paul, Minn.
CONTEST NOTICE.
United States Land Office, Crookston, Minne
sota, March 8th, 1902.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
riled in this office by Omer K. Bailey, contes
tant, against Homestead entry No. I7S08, made
June Kth. IKHO. SK'4 SE% Sec. II. SWJ* SWV
Sec. 12, NW'4 NWU Sec. 13. NE tfiBM See
14. Tp. 147 N. R3S W.. by Arthur L. Slotfht,
ConUsstee. in which it Is alleged tout said
Arther L, Sloght has wholly abandoned said
land for more than six months last past: that
said Arthur L. Sloght has never resided upon,
cultivated or improved isald land as required
by law, and that the said alleged abseoce from
the said land woa not due to his employment
In the army, navy or marine corps of the
United States as a private soldier, officer,
seaman or marine during the war with Spain
or during any other war in which the United
States may be engaged.
Said parties are hereby notified to appear,
respond and offer evidence touching, said
allegation at 1 o'clock a. m. on May 6th, 14)02,
before Clerk of District Court, at Bemidji.
Beltrami county, Minnesota, und that final
bearing will be held ut 10 o'clock a. m. on May
13, IP02. before the Register and Receiver at
the United States Land Office In Crookston,
Minnesota.
The said contestant having. In a proper
affidavit, filed March Hth, 190*2. set forth facts
which show that after due diligence personal
service of this notice can not be made, it is
hereby ordered and directed that such notice
be given by due and proper publication.
Sri.VMl'BB FETEBSON,
Register.
Defendant's record addreas Is Grand Rapids,
Minnesota. 5-9
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Laud Otlice at Crookston
Minn.. Mar. 17, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof In support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the
clerk of district court for Beltrami county.
Minnesota, at Bemidji, Minn., on May 10th.
1902, viz:
LOUIS NEI.SEN.
II. E. 17833, for Lot 4. N\V MWM Sec. 1, HEM
NE'4 and NEtf HK i, Sec. g.twwneliip 146
north, ^anAre 34 west.
He names the following wU.nosses to prove
his continuous residence upon and culti vatlou
of said land, viz:
Loren Coyle, Hans Lucken, Oliver Hanks
wold and Perrin Thompson, all of Bemidji,
Minnesota.
3-8 SYLVESTER PETERSON. Register.
NOTICE FOB IM'BI,lCATIOBI.
Uni ted States 1-and Office. Crookston, Minn..
March 26,1902.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof li. support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the
judge of probate court for Beltrami County,
Minnesota, at Bemidji, Minn., on May
19, 1902. viz:
LAWRENCE STAIN BROOK
H. E. 17677 for the W'-iNWH & NHSWW
section 27, township 146 north of rang 34
west.
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
Harry W, Hagen, Lawrence J. Jtone, Sam
uel Sehreekengast, Ernest W. Hn.nna all of
Bemidji, Minn. SYLVESTER PETEKSON.
5 10 Register.
CONTEST NOTICE.
U. S. Land Office at Crookston. Minn.,
February 24. 1902.
A sufflcientcontestaOidavitDaving oeen tiled
In thisonlce by Manasseb B.Pettingill contest'nt
against homestead ent. No. 21952. made Feb.
4. 1901. for s!4 swM. sec. 29, ntf nw!4 sec. 32,
township 152 north, range 3D west, by John
Cole, contestee, tn which it is alleged that
the said John Cole has wholly failed to
improve and cultivate said land as required
by law, and has wholly abandoned the same
for more than six months last past, aud has
never resided on the said tract since the date
of his said entryand that the said alleged ab
seucefromthesaidland was not due to his em
ployment in the array.navy or marine corps of
the United States as a private soldier, officer,
seaman or marine during the war with Spain
or during any other war in which the United
States may be engaged.
Said parties are hereby notified to appear,
respond and offer evidence touching said alle
gation at 10 o'clock a. m. on May 1st, 1902, be
fore A. Brown. U. S. Commissioner.
Dlst. of Minnesota at Blackduck. Beltrami
Countv, Minnesota, and that final hear
ing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on May
8, 1902, before the register and receiver at
the United States land office in Crookston,
Minnesota.
The said contestant having, in a proper
affidavit, tiled Feb. 24th. 1902, set forth facts
which show that after due diligence personal
service of this notice can not be made, It is
hereby ordered and directed that such notice
be given by due and proper publication.
SVLVRSTBR PETEUSON. Register.
Defendant's record address Is Fosston. Min
nesota. -1-9
ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING ON
PETITION TO FORM NEW SCHOOL DIS-
TRICT. WITH AFFIDAV1TSOF SERVICE.
Notice is hereby given that a petition has
been filed w.th the board of county commis
sioners of Beltrami county signed and
acknowledged by majority of the freehold
ers who reside in the ptoposed new district
herein described, and who are entitled to
vote at .school vieetings in their respective
districts, praying for the organization of a
new school district out of the territo-y here
inafter described, and setting forth sub
stantially the following facts, to-wit:
FirstThat the correct description of the
territory desired to be embraced In the pro
posed new district is as follows, viz: All of
sections 20, il. as, 89, 80, 31. W and 33. of Town
ship 149 of Itnngn 86 in the Township of Sinclair
in said Beltrami County.State of Minnesota
SecondThat the number of persons resid
ing in the above described territory is ilfty
(50).
Third -That the npmber of children of
school age residing in the above described
territory is twenty (20).
FourthThat the school districts affected
by the organization of the said proposed new
district is School District No. sixty-two (2)
sml that the number of children of
school ago residing tlier.'in is seventeen (IT).
and that the number of children of school
age which the organization of said proposed
new school district vmild take thereHoa is
live.
fifthThat tho saiil proposed new district
does not Include the school building of any
existing school district.
Now, therefore, it is hereby ordered, and
notice is hereby given that a hearing upon
the said petition will be had tit a mooting of
said 'board, commencing on the 15th day of
April. A. D, 1906, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon of said dav at the auditor's office in Re
mldii. Minn., la.said county, at which time
and place the said board of oouuty com
missioners will hear arguments of all persona
Interested fOf or against the prooos organ
lzalion ofsnid new school district.
Ii is further ordered, that a copy of this
order and notion be pitted in one public place
in each of said districts so affected thereby,
and a copy thereof served on the cleric ofl
each of said districts so nfleeted nt Jeust ten
days prior to said time herein set for.hearing
said petition: and that tin-order be forth
with once published in the newspaper known
lis the Bemidji Pioneer, which is printed and
published in said county ami is hereby desig
nated us the legal newspaper for publishing
be same.
Dated this 'ith day of January, A. D.
ltKK.
By order of the board of county commis
sioners of lleitrami county. Minnesota,
By WES WHICHT.
Chairman of said Board.
Slate of Minnesota. County or Beltramiss
Notice is hereby given, That application
has been made In writing to the county com
missioners ofsnid county of Beltrami and tiled
in my ottlce. praying for Ijcense to Sell Intox
ieati'mr Liquors for the term commencing on
April loth, H and terminating on April 14th.
WU. by the following persons, and at the fol
lowing place as staled in said application re
speetivelv. M-wit:
3. A. BIDDEN AXO.IF.NS .TORDET
In a une-storv building on lot lis. hloek :i. origi
nal townsiieof Selkce. in the town of Eckles.
in ii Beltrami county.
Said application will be hoard and deter
mined by said board of county commission
ers of Beltrami county, Minnesota, at the
county auditor'* office in the Village of Be
midji in said county of Beltrami, on the ISth
day of April, IW.. at W O'clock in the fore
noon.
Witness my hand find seal of said county
this SlSl .lay of March. .4. D. W2.
[SK.VI.] D. L. SYLVESTER.
5-6 County Auditor.
The Pioneer
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Bemidji, Minn.,March 35, 1902.
Board of County Commissioners of Beltrami
County met as per special call for the purpose
of considering sale of court house and jail
bonds and advertising for plans and specifica
tions for a new court house and for the en
largement of the present jail and for bids for
the construction of the same.
Meeting called to order at 2 o'clock p. m.
Members present: Wright, Gallagher, Sibley
and McDougald.
On motion the Board took a recess till 4 o'-
clock p. in.
Board reconvened as per adjournment.
On motion, ihe following resolution was
adopted:
Resolved, that. Whereas, it appears by the
return and certificate of the County Canvas
sing Board duly appointed and constituted for
the purpose of convassing the returns of the
special county election in the County of Bel
trami, held March 11th, A. D. IE, for the pur
pose of voting upon the question of issuing
the bonds of the said county in the sum of
Fifty Thousand Dollars ($5u,00u) to raise money
to build and furnish a courthouse and jail for
said county, that the majority of the legal
votes cast at said election were found to be
In favor of the issuance of such bonds, and
that this board is therefore authoriz.ed to issue
the same in the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars
(850,000), now therefore.
Resolved, that the county auditor be, and he
is hereby. Instructed to give notice by publi
cation on behalf of this board for three suc
sessive weeks in the Bemidji Pioneer, a week
ly newspaper published at Bemidji, in said
County, being the official newspaper of said
County, and by a similiar publication in the
Sunday Pioneer Press, published at St. Paul,
Minnesota: That this Board will receive sealed
bids for the sale of such bonds at the auditor's
office in the village of Bemidji, on the 5th day
of May A. D. 1SK. Thai such notice shall state
the length of time such bonds wlil run. to-wit:
Fifteenyears, the rate per cent, of interest,
to-wit: Five per cent., and that they will be in
such denominations and payable at such place
in the United States as the purchaser may
designate In his bid and as shall be further
provided for by* future resolutions of this
board and also that a certified check in the
sum of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000), payable
to the. county treasurer of the county,
shall accompany each bid.
On motion, the following resolution was
adopted:
Resolved that, Whereas, It has been deter
mined by the legal voters of the County of
Beltrami that the bonds of said county shall be
issued by this Board in the sum of Fifty
Thousand Dollars ($50,000) for the purpose of
raising money to construct and furnish anew
conrt house and jail for the said county, now
therefore.
Resolved, That the county auditor be, and
he is hereby, Instructed to advertise by four
seperate and distinct successive publications
in the Bemidji Pioneer, a weekly newspaper
published at Bemidji, Minnesota, and by the
publication for two successive weeks in the
Sunday Pioneer Press, published at St. Paul,
Minnesota soliciting detailed plans and specifi
cations for.a new court house for the county
of Beliraml, to be built upon block live (5), in
the original Townsite of Bemidji and also for
plans and specifications and sealed bids for
the construction aud enlargement of the pres
ent jail upon said blopk. That such notice
shall contain a notification that the limit of
cost of the said court house shall not exceed
the sum of Thirty-five Thousand Dollars
($35.00). and the limit of the cost of the said
iail shall not exceed the sum of Ten Thousand
Dollars ($10,000).
On motion, the following resolution was
adopted:
Resolved, that whereas OH Olson of Shevlln
this county has served notice upon the several
members of thisBoard to contest the special
election held March 11th, 1902. now therefore,
Resolvpd that the County Attorney be, and
he is hereby instructed to .take the necessary
steps to protect the interests of the county in
the matter.
On
motion,MarcBoard.
the adjourned till 10 o'-
M. 2flth 1902.
Board reconvened as per adjournment.
On motion, the following resolution was
adopted:
Resolved, that E. Crawford, an attorney,
be and be is hereby appointed and employed
to assist the County Attorney at the pending
term of the District Court in the trial of the
cases of the State vs Arthur Brapnick.
the State vs Bert Angell, the State vs Martin
Nelson et al, and such other cases as to the
County Attorney may seem necessary.
On motion, the Board adjoured.
Attest Wes Wright,
D.L. Sylvester, Chairman.
County Auditor.
State of Minnesota, County of Beltraniiy
Village of Bemidjiss.
Notice is herebv given, that application has
been mnde in writing to the Village Council
ofsaid Village of Bemidji, and tiled in my
office, praying for license to sell intoxicating
liquors for the terra commencingon April 17th.
1902. and terminating on April 17, 1W):S. by the
following person, and at the following place,
as stated in said application, respectively to-
TERRANCE SMITH
Front room of the ground floor of the two
story frame building situated on lot 22, block
17, original townsite of Bemidji.
Said application will be heard and deter
mined bv said village council of the village of
Betnidjfnt the village hall in the snid villasre of
Bemidji In Beltrami county, and state of
Minnesota, on Monday, the 14th day of April.
A. D. 1902. at o'clock P. M.. of that day
Witness mv hand and seal of Village of
Bemidji this 1st day of April A. D. 1902
ISKAl.l P- J.O'LEARY
Village Recorder. 5-fi
Residence For Sale.
For sale, a Ooeiy furnished 5-rootu
house OD the lakeshore. Fine frontage
and attractive surroundings. Good
neighborhood. Also, one Chickerin?
piano. Bargains. Call on or write C.
P. Jackson, Bemidji.
$1,00 Berth to Chicago via The
Milwaukee.
During' March and April "The Mil
waukee" line will operate tourist
sleepinsr cars between the Twin Cities
and Chicago twice each week in each
direction.
Tourist ears will leave Twin Cities
on Pioneer Limited every Wednesday
and Saturday evening: arrive Chicago
9:30 following morning.
Kate per double berth, $1.00.
West bound tourist cars will leave
Chicago Tuesdays and Fridays.
For Klieumatisni.
Last fall I was taken with a very
severe attach of muscular rheumatism
which caused me great pain and an
noyance. After trying several pre
scriptions and rheumatic cures, I de
cided to nse Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, which I had seen advertised in
tne South Jerseyman. After two ap
plications of this remedy I was much
better, and after using one bottle was
completely cured.Sallie Harris, Sa
lem. N. J. For Sale by Mryo's Drug
I Store.
Dray and
Transfer Line
Pianos, Furniture
and Commercial
Work Made Spec-
lxiX16S
AGENT FOR.
Standard OilCompany
All goods delivered promptly and?
iu good order.
Phone 40. WES WRIGHT,
Proprietor.
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to the Bemidji Pioneer and we will
send you absolutely free the WEEKLY
ST. PAUL DISPATCH for one year.
The WEEKLY DISPATCH is the best
general weekly newspaper in the North
west. It is full of general and telegraphic
news, political news, farm news and pub
lishes the best market reports.
For 31.25 in advance, you wiil get both
papers for the price of one.
Bemidji Pioneer,
Kaiser & Greeley, Publishers.
Bemidji, Minn.
SHORT ROUTf
FAST TIME
-TO-
A LL POINTS
IN THE
NORTHWEST
AND ON THE
PACIFIC COAST
TIME TABLE LOCAL TRAINS
EAST BOUND
No. 110..Park Rapid.? Line..7:15 a.m.
14...Dulut Express.. .12:2 7 p.m
112 Bemidji to Cass Lake 8:25
WEST BOUND
No. Il Cass Lake to Bemidji 6:30 a.m..
13 Fosston Line 1:46
p.m.." i 109..Park Rapid Line..8:08
FULL INFORMATION FROM
F. E. CHAMBERLAIN, Agent,.
Bemidji. Minn.
Ah thats their trade mark,
a Star the Zenith Star
FITGER'S
EXPORT
E BEMIDJI
PIONEER
TBE LEADING NEWSPAPER
of the New North. Five
year's service in and for
Beltrami county, its record.
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