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TOWN TALK.
A light frost Monday night,
Mrs. Oniich can accommodate
a few more day borders.
The Pioneer building received a
coat of paint this week.
.7 W. Spelhnan was in Crookston
this week.
Win. Leicken. of Park Rapids,
was in Heniidji Monday.
The Bemidji saw mill wi'l start
sawing next Monday.
A crew of men from Park
Rapids are now at work repairing
the corduroy oil the School
craft river.
Miss Peterson, of Mahshall,
l:as accepted the position as cook
at the Grand Central hotel.
HATS! HATS! HATS! We
carry a full line of hats-stiff
hats, soft hats and straw hats.
CARSON BROS.
Mrs. Guy Remove will leave
Monday for Marshall, Minn.,
where she will spend part of the
summer visiting relatives and
friends.
All the ball pi avers of Bemidji
are requested to meet at the ball
grounds Sunday afternoon.
M. Sch unenberger, superintendent
of schools of Hubbard county^ was
Bemidji this week.
[n the McKinlcy combinatien it
is reported that William R. Mer
riam of Minnesota will be secre
tary of the interior under the new
administration.
The village of Lothrop held an
election on Monday last and voted
solidly for incorporation. There
were 14i votes for incorporation
and none against,
Dan Dennis was down from Bem
idji Monday and reports every
thing booming in the upper Miss
issippi metropolis with good pros
pects for railroad connections
with Leach Lake and Brainerd in
the immediate future.Mcintosh
Times.
Bemidji will have two meat
markets in a ve*y short time.
Messrs. Leak and Cotton, of Grot
ton, N. D., but who have been in
Bemidji for the past two months,
will open a market on Beltrami
avenue, about June 15th. Mr.
Leak was formerly the propritor
of a meat market at Grottou.
Beltrami county may now be
said to have a finger in the pie.
Her population is increased in two
days' time by more than two
thousand good hard-workig white
settlers of all nationalities, who
will clear her forests aiid drain
her meadows, build her towns and
till her farms for the next thirty
years. Beltrami, Nelson county
hopes to welcome you by this time
next year as an organized county.
Thirteen Towns.
CO
It has been decided to ask the
people of Polk County to bond
themselves in the sum of 250,000
in aid of railroads.
Seventy-eight persons were kill
ed in a cyclone in Sherman, Texas,
last Sauraday.
Last Sunday the Norwegians
celebrated their Independence day.
Fosston will have waterworks
and electric light.
J.W. White i3 building an addit
ion to his store on the corner of
Third and Beltrami avenue.
P.H. Ofterdahl, of Veroqua Wis.
who has been spending the past
week in Bemidji and vicinity, re
turned home Wednesday.
The county Commissioners will
meet in Bemidji ne Fridaj
Let everybody turn out next
Thursday and vote for organiz
ation.
A. D. Cameron bruised his
shoulder last Mon lay by falling
oif a load of hay. Although a very
painful bruise, he considers him
self lucky that it was not worse.
Frank Longcoy is laying a side
walk in front of the laundry
building.
Chas. Wells, Clias. Gillham and
W.G. Titus were in Park Rapids
this week after freight.
Miss. Fe irl Geil was a Park
Rapids visitor last Saturday.
Earl Carson leaves for St.Paul
tomorrow.
Arne Sol berg was on the sick list
this week.
Mabel, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McTaggart, .s
reported very ill this week.
WANTED-Two Hundred bushels
of ootatoes at CARSOIT BROS.
Tt the new woman abouttorretire
If not, what do the fashion papers
now mean by announcing that the
plain bloomer is no longer in style,
but must needs be covered by the
bicycle skirt reaching to between
knee and ankle?
Bids will be received until June
1, 1896, for Grubbing on North
east quarter, Southeast quarter,
section 8, township l4G-n,ox range
33-w, in fractional lots, not less
than five acres. I hold the right
to reject any or all bids. Address,
OLIVER S. KEAY,
Bemidji, Minn.
The water in the Mississipp
river is now higher than it has
been before, and issteadly risiug.
It is feared that the big log jams
at Dayton, Little Falls and Brain
erd may break and cause great
damage to bridges along the river.
F. C. Meade, secretary of the
Hudson Dairy association says
that he can make an average cow
pay her own.value in butter, in a
milking season of,eight months.
VOL- 1. NO. 10 BEMIDJI, BELTRAMI COUNTY, MINN., MAY 21, 18%.
I
The wife of John Hattenborger,
who is stopping at Carver's old
camp, on the Black Duck road, is
insane. Frojn the history of the
case, the insanity developed at
about the time the family left
Park Rapids last Friday. Dr.
Oniich was out to see the patient
yestenh-y.
Iris a peculiarly distressing case
as Mr. Hattenberger is alone with
his wife and four children, the
oldest being only five years old,
and the youngest three months.
Why not appoint a physician
and make arrangements to take
care of such cases in the eastern
part of the countv.
K'Uttm nl Letters.
List of unclaimed letters in the
postoffice at Bemidji, Minn, for
the month ending May 19. When
calling for them ask for advertised
letters. Booth, David E Tavlor, Bart
Culbertson, Todd, 0
Herrih, Richard Wakeman, OA
Kuudle, W. 0.
M. E. CARSON".
Postmaster.
Adrew Swanson, of St. Peter
shot himself in the head Friday
day and .died instantly. He was
seeding, and the team ran away
and broke the seeder. With the
remark, "There fgoes another
hundred dollars," he went to the
house, where he met his wife com
ming out with his lunch, He told
her to go on, and he went up stairs
and killed him self.
M1LL1NHRY--
We came FIRST and will stay till the LAST.
1 -=DRESSM AKING
c"S"o"b"o'*b''
My stock of tht3 following
is added to each week by new
goods direct from Chicago,
keeping an already well select
ed variety constantly fresh
and bright:
La-lies' Trimmed ITats Sailors,
Mack, blue and unite, llictud
ing the fashionable "New
port" and 'Idle Hour Lace
Jiniid and Black Legliorn 8un
Hat.
Latest effects in Children's
Tomasliiinteisa great variety
in quality and colorings.
Children's till over Embroidered
Hats.
Infant's Embroidered Hoods and
Capes.
Summer Veilingsblack and
cream. 1 Slack Silk Mitts.
Cambric and Nainsook Em
broidery In beautiful designs.
White Lace. Summer Corsets.
Material for Shirt Waists ill
delicately tinted Dimities and
Lawn.
Melts in fight colors, suitable for
Shirt Waists.
Jet Trimmings. BUeke'8. assort
ed Pins and many other useful
Toilet Articles.
GoOds ill be cheerfully shown
to customers at any time.
OPLUCKS LOW0
M. M. Achenbach.
Our stock of General Merchandise is tho Largest mid Host in Beltraini Odnitty.
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Mrs. Ilatteivber^oi- Insane:! lsm oaWit Crookston, Minn., May B.
1HH.J
lw-ca-
N^fcire is lii'ivliy KV! that tin-follow nm nam
I ?il wltlri'linn lilwlnolicu f h's intention t, I
I !i kfc h'uil pr.r, In vnpoort of liin claim mid
I'latfoul proof wilt bi mad" before tli ejO*!'1
or liKvivti.- U. 8. Lunil Oft'ioo at'Crookitton, I
.'ilinp.. Oil .Jurn* St), l,si viz:
I'lcemmi 1'. Doinl
No.. l":itl. ttt. Olond SH ion. for the
lot.i I and 5'wc. 4, twp.laUp. tit- "-\v.\
nmu.s tlw lollowii.K witnoKMit".to prove lac i
continuous ivMclenol- upon itlid cultivation of
suiij ii
ir it No
tfw'Jttnd1
Hqnnm
il via:
Ei-i'.tM K. Derrick, Thpodorp Snydt-r, (1. K,
Catifou. M. E. CurHon, nl! of Kemidjl. Minn
T. A. lr.vi.AVA,U(i istcr.
pontiouoaa residonc ujio and cultivntio
of, (laid land, viz:
rfeum.iir!). Doud, K-nent K. Dm-riek, Theo.
iuyder, Willis Nye. till of Hmnidji, Minn.
T. A. iiuxi.AVA. Heftister.
lii.id Oilice nt Crookston, Minn,, April 2!,
1HSK
Nfotieoin liorohy civou that the followinir-nnin
ed it ttler lum Hied notice of ldn intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
thiit said proof will be made before the Clerk of
Cofrt ut I'urit llupnK Minn., on .lime I", lS'JO,
vi^i-
Willium H-rrie,
If. K. No. If.:a7, for the t-w'i see. :t, twp. IIS, n,
vg.yty.
la! oainea the follow:in witne!es to prove
hisjiou iniioiis residence upon and cultivation
of,wid land, viz:
Mill'arson.'M. K. Carson, Theodore Bnyder,
Kraesf Perriok, all of neniidji, Minn.
(in7-j11) T. A. PUNI.AVA, Itngister.
baud Ott'icu at Crookston, Milin., April 2t
lgt'6.
Kotieo is hereby civer. that the following nnm-
ed.s.-ftler l'ii filed notice of his intention to
imike final prooJC In support of his claim aid
i In! haul proof will be in i.lo before U, H. Lund
Offlcu at tJruolwton, Mian., on uue 20, lSiifJ,
viw-
Joseph W. liourdtin,
it. IR'O) for sj/-j HO 4 soo: ^0, and u\4 ne'i see.
it."), twp, IWl II, TH w.
He names the followinf witnesees to prove hiH
continuous residence upon and cjltivniion of,
Sap land, viz:
fcJnniBllis, M. i Stover, Will Lowe, all of
rpokston, JIun., and Alex Simpson, of ltod
l.akt Minn.
fm7-jM) T. DUNJ.ATA. Uesistor.
If you want to hy
i
lflftnl Office at Crookston, Minn., May r,
isaij
Nijticp i liiTi'by (tiv 8hat tin following niini
cd 8J)U'r l\a- I'ded.liOtice of hi* iii'iiitmn to
m.ikc iiiiiil iiroof in Hiipoort of liiw cl.aim._u: 1
timrHuitl proof will lx umde licfoi (he RoKixto:
or Hi. ivir of' U. 8, Lur.d OIHce, t'roolcston.
liiiiji on nil" Mth. lMii. viz:
,Eiiiest i)pir ck
H.JiN o. lfWS, St. Oloml sM'ii's. for t'io KWV,
UW^I, !otw 1, 2 nu B, tec. l.twp, l.ti-n.
.f.'.-vr.
Iii n:uno:( I1K following witnesses to provehji
oorf*niloii ri'riiduiH'e upon urd cultivntion of,
Hii'd lund. vii.:
Fftwui'in n. Dmnl, Theodore Hlljfder, O. v..
Cumni, Ji. Carson, all of Henddji. Minn.,
T. A. DUNI.AVA, ReKiHler.
Ami Odii'o ut Crookston, Minn., May, 0.
ISii.
iSoiico i hereby given that the following
nuajFedsott.'ei !ne* lllud notice of Ids intention
to nuke final proof in sipport of IHH nlatnuund
I hut said proof wili be made heforo the IteKinter
or aoueivor of U. S. lj:t'id "Office ut Crookston.
Mimi.,at .luie )l)ih, lM).i. viz:
Oeorjie K. ('.'irsou
a. i. No. IHH.12, St. Cloud series, for the st!-.
SU'SSPO. .s, ::U'I lot 1. nee. !7.1\vp. HO il, fr. i3-\v.
lie names the following wituesiw to prove
h:
A CITY LOTE^EE
CALL OH ADDRB8S
E. Kaiser,
Local Agent for the
Bemidji Town Site
and improvement Co.
LOANS AND COLLETIONS.
BEMEDJI, MINN.
Carson Brothers,
Bemidji, Minn.
GROCERIES, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, and B001S and SHOES,
We carry everything that the trade demands. Qor stock of GROCERIES is 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.
CARSON BROTHERS.
Notice of Electa.
Notice is hereby given that in accordance
with the following resolutions of the Hoard of
County Comtaiwionr of the county of llel
traini, passed andadopctMl me'tng of said
Hoard field on Saiordiy, ^|ril2 ls(!il. an elec
tion will beheld at the lime and place therein
designated, for the ptirponu therein nieutioiiLd
ami forth, to.wn:
WIIKUR.V.S, There ii-s -en presented to this
board a petition i-igoed by re than tiiirty of
the electors ri siilenr upon the binds proposed
to be incorporated, pray.rig thai the binds in
"'udieg within and adjacent to the plat
ted Town-site of Henidii, to-wit all the
lands in town lid, of range 83, in the county of
:feltrmi. amy be ineoii)or:ited as a villuge mi
aer the laws of the Sta'e of Minnesota, to be
known OS the villin,-e of Hemiilji. (Uld
V\ KKUKAri, it has been made to nppear by t"e
verinc.iti.ui attached to sold petition, signed by
three of said petitioners, i hat there wee res
lent in s-id territory o.i ou ,11s day of March
1809, one hundred and ninoty-sev people, now
therefore
Ile-iolvnd, Timt the store of Carson Uros..
he snid Town-site of Memidji in said 0 ay of
Beltrami, is hereby fined ft* 'he pinee where,
ind the2sthdnv of Mi.y, |S:KI. between the hftWM
if !l a. in. and "'p in. of said day as the tune
when, the electors of said territory shall meet to
vot up..u the proposition to iticorporiitosnid
territory as the villiige of a. mulji, in ncconi
uicn with said put-Hi'n. and said eject ore shull
it said time und place vote for or against such
incorporation.
Kesolveil, Thnt Cu.v liemore, (i. R. arson
mil John Steidl are he.etiy uppointtnl as in
spectors ami judges of election, and they are
hereby authori/.ed and empowered to act as such
inspectors and judires nt suph election.
Resolved,Tfiat (Jortimtssloner Allen is hereby
desgnateu and direci-dtoctuiseto lx posted
proper liollces of said election, aid the l-.imdjeth
PIONKKU it tho paper in which the said
notice of election shall bo published hi ac
cordance wilh law.
Dated April 25, WW.
J. P. NVCAAIIP.'
OOIUIKN C. AI.I.KX.
K. K. Ui'tii.r.v, hurmnn,
Conimissiom'is Ot tJeltr.uni Couuly.
Tothe Honorable, the Hoard of County Com
missioners of the county of Reltrami:
The undersigned, being resident electors upon
the following described real estnle situated In
:aid county, which snid reel estate bus linen
f)tatted into lots and blocks, or l adjucellt to
iarnts which luive been so platted, and the plat
thereof duly recorded in the otlice of the
register of deeds for said ninty. under th
name ami designation or the Town*ite
lKMuidji, hereby petition your honoiable body
to appoint a time end place, when und win re
the cbctoisactually residing on snid lauds may
vote for or against the incorporation if said
lands as ft under flu laws 111 the state of
Minnesota.village
The said lands are described as billows:
All the lands in said
countycontaininrami,
.1. F. Ramore
Fivd. Nai'o,t,
nf
L. F. WahlHi
15. Caiwm
TIIPO. Snyder
H. H. HaVtlwoll
G-. IT. Kenioro
Fital. IJitrnhoy
Tlttw. ('.itikf
Ktl. Uoytl
.1. c. Johnson
.1. Miiltlcn
s. Bhtiinbii
Gt, Bvcnnna
Temmco smitli
Jnlin stt-'ull
s. Witgnflj'
Ti x. Roohy
IT. Mllli-r
J. 0. liOnl'V
Alex AlclMiuil
May Ijnild Office, at CrooKston, Mini
l-'.fi,
Ni.tico is lioreby given that the following
ironed Bftttlor lias filed notlje of his intention
tona ke final proof in support of his claim,and
t'-.' saiil proof will be mude before U. H. Laud
Oniisii ut Irooliiiton. Minn., on June _, lHltj,
viz:-
Joseiih A. Hniv,
ir. E. No. 17M5 8 Cloud series, for the w}- no'i
and w'.i. SB'I ROC. |3, twp. Itll-n. rg. !il-w.
His names the following witnesses to prove Ids
continuous residence upon end cultivation of
said land, viz:
Edward Bray, John Ilaesche, Levi Prcvost.
liobt. II. Bourdon, all of it Lake. Minn.
T. A. PPNI.tVA,
Kegiwter.
Which we sell at the Lowest Market Price. All kinds of FARM PRODUCE
$150 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE
id ne It
which he in town 110, range
acres more or less.
And votir petitioner* further respectfully
present, thai under their direction a census
has been taken of the resident population of
said territory as it was on thoillstilay of March,
IH..0, and that according to said census there
was resident upon said nds on said day lib
people. The name proposed for such village by
yo.ir petitioners is "it Mildji."
.1. W. Wliito
Ann' Solberg
IjtiHttiv Ciuirton
Petftl' JiUison
T. Eilstiitl
Fnmk Lam/iey
W. Speelman
CliavloH Wt'Ilrt
J. W. IIiuiHon
Fihv. Kiiiscr
B. J. Aflioiiliticli
(it'D. McTaggart
J. E. Miisnn
.lolin Witwlibtnn
H. s. McAfee
J. omlcli
B. K. Dcnifk
J. M. Pouter
,1 iH. .McT tffsavt
Eli)honzo Newnmn
Jolin Marlon
LTATKOK MrNNlCSoTA,
County of neltriunl. IHHi
On IhistllHt day of Mnrch, lHlui. came before
me personally M. E. Carson, '{yaoy nardwoll
and J. 1"', lleniere, who being me first duly
Mworn, say timt, Ihoy are three of the persons
who signed the hereto attached petition for the
incorporation of the village of namidjiin said
county, and eiich for himself says that he knows
thnt such census was iiccimitoly taken
on the 31st day of March, ISWi, by them und
under their direction.
M. K. OAJWOH.
TllACY llAltOWKJ.L,
.1. If. ltKMoni:.
HuliHcrihed and sworn t before me this :ist
day of Match. l.'tlHi.
KiiWAiui KAtsiat,
Noiary Public,
T. Clarke
Contiactor and
Bridge builder.
Room if, Grand Central Hotel.
BEMIDJI, MINN.
THE
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL
JIEMIDJT, t&M
J. F. REMORE & SON,
I'KOi'itrETOns.
nates, $1.00 per da7/.
lKftFEFn STABLE IX COX-
XECTIOX.
Itemidji Meat Market
DENNIS & MILLER,
Kropviotorb.
FRESH AND
SALT MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.
Highest Cash Prico Paid for
Hides and Furs.
Third Street, Jioinidji. Minu
The Bemidji House.
Q. M. CARSON, Prop.
K.,tcK *i.o I'er my
UKMIPJI, MINN.
BEMIDJI DRAY LIN
CHAsTdlLLHAM, i
ritOPHlKTOlt.
Dxaylng entviwteil to ma will ho ouro
r'nlly and proinptly atteifuleil to.
DR J. P. OxMICH,
Proprietor of
Beiiiii Mi Store
Pioneer Block,
riKMII.tl, MINN".
G. M. Carson
3teN',--
Notary Public.
Real Estate.
Insumnce. Locator.
Term* Hcasowiblc.
BEMIDJI, MINN.
TJ & en
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