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THE DAILY PIONEER.
EDWARD KAISER.. Publisher Entered In the postoffiee at Bemidji as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. Official County and City Paper. CONGRATULATORY Meeting to be Tendered to the Management of the New Mill. By the Commercial Club and Citizens of Bemidji Next Wednesday. At a meeting of the Commer cial Club held in the city hall at 2:30 this afternoon the plans for a congratulatory meeting to be given by the Club and citizens of Bemidji to the management of the new saw mill. The meeting was well attended by nearly every business house in the city being represented. On motion of Mr. Street a resolution was passed requesting all busi ness houses to close between the liours of one and five. The citi zens will meet at the city hall at one o'clock p. m. and march in a body to the new saw mill. The management of the mill and directors, together with a large number of prominent saw mill men from all parts of the country will be in attendance and the people here propose to show them their appreciation of the enterprise which means a great deal to our city. The band, fire men and citizens will escort the visitors to the mill in a body. Addresses will be delivered by citizens after which a lunch will be served on .the grounds. The mill management has made spec- ial arrangements to show visit ors over the mill and grounds and extend a cordial invitation to the public for the afternoon. The mill is one of the largest oi its kind in the state with, all the latest improved machinery and will interest all who visit the institution. Let everybody turn out and make the meeting a big success. Don't forget the time, Wednes day afternoon. April 29, at 2 o'clock. Now a Boston clergyman says women who wear birds on their bonnets will never go to heaven. That preacher probably has a no toriety bee in his bonnet. THE PIONEER, always in the lead when it comes to advancing the interests of the county seat of Beltrami county, is now is suing the "DAILY PIONEER," Mcintosh to Appeal. The people of Mcintosh are very much wrought up over the recent decision of the supreme court in destroying their legal standing as a county. They will make an appeal to the U. S. su preme court and a motion to that effect will probably be made be fore the appellate court of this state for such trial. Died. Perry Reynolds, formerly a conductor on the Great Northern died at the county hospital last Saturday evening. Deceased was hurt in a wreck and his mind was deranged. His mother and sis ter were with him at the time of his death, having arrived from Cass Lake on Friday. The re mains will be shipped to Argyle for burial. at Bemidji, and it proves to be a very neat, well edited publication. THE DAILY PIONEER has our best wishes for its future prosperity. Thirteen Towns. i -fa* Steamboat for Rainy River. The American Navigation com pany will establish a line of pas senger and freight vessels upon the Lake of the Woods, the Rainy river and all its tributary waters. The Warroad Transportation Co., has tiled articles of incorpora tion with the secretary of state and will have a 12,000 steamboat in commisson by September. The new steamer will ply between Warroad and Koochiching, which is the end of navigation on the Rainy river. The company is capitalized at $70,000 and will build a hotel, plat townsites and maintain pleasure resorts along its lines. New Road. Street Commissioner Pogue has a force of men at work cut ting down the hill in the Mill Park addition and grading up a new road on Mill Park avenue to the M. & I. tracks. The Crooks ton Lumber company has fenced up the old road. The new road when completed will make one of the prettiest drives in the city. Trout Season Open. The trout season is now open in Minnesota and will be open until September 15. It is ille gal to catch more than fifty trout in a day and a penalty of from $10 to $25 or thirty days in the county jail exists for violation of the law. Obituary. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop of Bemidji are in mourning' over the death of Mrs. Bishop's nephew which occurred in Duluth a few days ago. He was born in West Duluth, April, 1880, and served for several years as operator for the Great Northern company. He wa a young man of exemplary habits and his death will be keenly felt by those who were closely acquainted with him. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Bishop extend their heart felt sympathy in their bereavement. BUY LOTS IN Examine it. An elegant five drawer drop head Sewing Ma chine, up-to-date in every detai ...ONLY... Warranted for ten years by the manufacturer, who has a represent ative on the ground to whom you can go for redress. Sold at a very low price without sacrificing qual ity. The low prices and easy terms off ered on .acre lots in Lang's First Ad dition is causing a rapid sale of them. Price, $100 cash payment, $25 bal ance to suit you. 1-3 LANG & CARTER. SECOND AND THIRD ADDITIONS Near Schools and Churches These lots are in Bemidji, and many of them bor- der on Bemidji and Beltrami avenues. Prices from 100 up. Terms easy enough for anybody. STREET & GIBBONS, Agents flftWfiHBK-Sfcri**-- YO CAN' BEAT THIS PRICE A GOOD MACHINE AT A LOW PRICE IS THE CHEAPEST AND MOST SATISFACTORY IN THE END. We have a great variety of the most popular machines to select from and can give you the machine you want at a right price. You can certainly save money by buying your machine here. G. SLOCUM INSTALLMENT MUSIC STORE BEMIDJI, MINN. Notice. Notice is hereby given that bids will be received by the village council for running the street sprinkler next Mon day night. Bidder must furnish wag on, village will furnish tank. Bv order Village Council. Served Time Before. Mandan, N. D., April 26.In district court Allan Cooley and John Birkland were sentenced to three and four years respectively for burglary. Both of them have served terms in the St. Cloud reformatory. f\