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The Daily Pioneer
EDWARD KAISER. Publisher. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. Entered in the postofflce at Bemidji. Minn, as second class matter. Official County and City Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Copy for changes of advertisements in The Dally Pioneer must reach this office by 10 o'clock a. m. In order to insure their appearance in the issue of same day. THE new pope is spoken of as resembling* the late Phillips Brooks, both in features and in character. If he shall measure up to that beloved American divine in intellectuality, spirit ually of character and the breadth of his sympathies, the Catholic church will indeed be fortunate.Pioneer Press. WE ARE told that Gen. A. Miles will be elected commander-in chief of the G. A. R. at the nation al encampment in San Francisco this month. Queer these pro gressive theatrical managers haven't gobbled up the general's press agent before this. JUST what the promoters of the book agents' union now be ing formed in New York expect accomplish is something of a mystery. It is to be hoped that the members will go on a strike every time the public refuses to buy a book. A PRETTY girl down in Ohio married an old man the other day because her mother had jilted him twenty years ago. The daughter must have had a strong sense of. duty. PROF. LANGLEY'S airship ap pears to be a thorough success, except in one respect, it doesn't fly, says the Chicago Record .Herald. Subscribe for The Pioneer. BOY'S AWFUL DEATH. Dragged for Blocks With His Foot Caught in a Stirrup. Grand Forks, N. D., Aug. 7.A hor rible accident occurred at Langdon yesterday, resulting In the death of Lawrence Heglanl, aged ten. The boy -was ridlug a pony on the main street of the town, and the animal shied al a dog which ran toward it. The boy fell, but one foot remained In the stirrup The pony ran to the stable, a distance of three blocks, dragging the lad, and on the way the boy struck against some machinery and other obstruc tions. His skull was battered to pieces. He died within a few minutes. HARVEST FIELD FATALITY. Boy Falls in Front of a Hay Rake and Is Found Unconscious. Sioux Falls, 8. D., Aug. 7.-r-The first fatality during ibis year's harvest in South Dakota occurred on a farm, four miles north of here. Peter Ris wold took a team to a field to buck in hay, and it is supposed that the ani mals became frightened and ran away. The boy evidently fell in front of the heavy rake, for when found one side pf his face was -badly lacerated and the back of his head was crushed. He died without regaining consciousness. REFUSES BRIBE. Came Wardens Search for Lawbreak ers Ends at Church Doors. Miller, S. D., Aug. 7.Game Warden Whitcomb refused a bribe of six chick ens from a sport who wanted to Kill put qf season, who said he would hang them on the warden's back door. The suggestion caused him to i*.de all day last Sunday in search of reported out fit-season hunters, although he found every one at church except one man, who was cutting hay. KILLED BY HIS BROTHER. Accidental Srioc*:-i Affair Near Kal- ispell. Kalispell, MOUL., Aug. 7.While out with his elder brother shooting with a 22-caliber rifle, Eddie Collins, six years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Collins. who live on a farm near here, was an- I cidentally shot. Just as the shot was fired Eddie stepped in front of the Tlfle and received the bullet in his temple. Death resulted in a few hours. Given Life Sentence. Wallace, Idaho, Aug. 7.Arthur K. Ooode has been sentenced by Judge Morgan to life imprisonment for the brutal murder of Mrs. Jennie Aubrey at Wardner last November. The pris oner will be held awaiting sentence to be passed upon BHrd. bi p'-'-^-Vce, when both will be takps the tr._s.te piiscn at Boise. NEW8 IN BRIEF. Overflow From the Wires in a Con densed Form. Phil May, the artist and illustrator of Punch, the Graphic and other peri odicals, is dead in London. D. Carr, a banker, is dead at Mar shalltown, Iowa. He was a Blaine elector In 1884 and was a delegate to seyeral Republican national conven tions, The planing mills of C. A. Hooper & Co. in San Francisco was destroyed by fire and a. lumber yard adjoining belonging to the same firm was par tially burned. Loss, $150,000. At Louisville, Ky., fire caused by lightning destroyed the Beurbon stock yards and, two buildings adjoining. Four bundr-d and.. fifty sheep were burned. The loss is $250,000. The Servian government is arrang ing to pay debts of the late King Alex ander and Queen Draga out of their estates. The debts amount to $80,000, while the aggregate value of the es tates is $A40,000. The surplus will go to the heirs. Baron Henri de Rothschild appeared before the police court at Paris on the charge of automobile scorching. His defense was that he had a permit from the ministry of interior allowing him to disregard the police regulations. The case was postponed until Aug. 24. THE MARKETS. Latest Quotations From Grajn and Live Stock Centers. St. Paul, Aug. 7. Wheat No. 1 Northern, 86 88c No. 2 Northern, 85@87c No. 3, 81c no grade, 82@84c. CornNo. 3, 54c No. 4, 52c no grade, 47 48c. Rye No. 2, 47 1-2 48c. BarleyMalting grades, 45 50c feed grades. 3944c. Minneapolis, Aug. 7. WheatNo. 1 hard, 87 1-ic No. 1 Northern, 86 l-2c No. 2 Northern, 84 1-2 85c. Duluth, Aug. 7. Wheat No. 1 hard, 86 5-8c No. 1 Northern, 86I-80 No. 2 Northern, 841-8c flax, 96 3-4c oats, 34@34 l-2c rye, 50 l-2c barley. 34@45c. Milwaukee, Aug. 7. Wheat No. 1 Northern, 8930c No. 2 Northern, 871-2@881-2c. RyeNo. 1, 52 l-2c. BarleyNo. 2, 56 60c. Oats, 37c. Corn, 52@52 5-8c. Chicago, Aug. 7. Wheat No. 2 red, 8181 l-2c No. 3 red, 801-2c: No. 2 hard winter, 78 l-2c No. 3 hard winter, 78c No. 1 Northern spring, 84c No. Northern spring, 82c No. 8 spring, 7780c. CornNo. 2, 52c No. 3, 51 3-4c. Oats No. 2, SI 81 l-2c No. 3, 30 3-431c. Sioux City, Iowa, Aug. 7. Cattle Beeves, $4 5.15 cows, bulls and mixed, $2.5W4.25 stackers and feed erg, $2.50(^/3.70 calves and yearlings. $2.503.60. Hogs, $firstname.lastname@example.org bulk, $5 5.05* Chicago, Aug. 7. CattleGood to prime steers. $5.105.60: stockers and feeders, $2.50 4.50. HogsMixed and butehers, $5.255.75 good to choice heavy, $6.65 5.70 bulk of sales, $6.40 @5.65. SheepGood to choice weth ers, $3.503.90 fair to choice mixed. $33.50 Western sheep, $2.503.90: native lambs, $36.25. South St. Paul, Aug. 7. Cattle Good to choice steers, $4.25@5: good to choice cows and heifers, $3.25 4 veals. $2.i05 steer calves, $23.50 good to choice stock cows and heifers, $2.50@3. Hogs Bulk, $5.255.35 common to good heavy, $55.25 good light mixed and lights, $5.40 5.50. Sheep Good to choice shorn Iambs, $5.506 good to choice yearling weth ers. $44.25 heavy, $3.504 good to choice ewes, medium weight, $2.60 2.75 briavy, $8.25 $ 3.60 culls and stock ewes. $2.503. TERRIFIC STORM IN KANSAS. No One Killed but Much Damage Is Done. Lawrence, Kan., Aug. 7.The most terrific wind storm that has occurieri here in years took place about 8 o'clock last night. Trees were leveled in all parts of town. Roofs were blown from buildings, signs torn from their places, the electric light and tel ephone plants rut out of business and streets made impassable by debris. There was no loss of life and no per son waB seriously injured. HUNDREDS WERE DROWNED In Disastrous Floods which Occurred in Che Foo. Berlin, Aug. 7.A dispatch received here says 700 persons were drowned in the disastrous floods which occurred at Che Foo, China. July 27. The bridges within the city and many houses, with their occupants, were swept away In the torrent. Two thou sand of the inhabitants are left with out means of subsistence. WRECK ON THE GREAT WESTERN. Six or Seven Italian Workmen Are Killed. New Hampton, Iowa, Aug. 7.Six or seven Italian workmen were killed yesterday afternoon at Devon, five miles north of here, In a wreck on the Great Western railway. A freight train broke in two and ran backward into a gravel train. Three bodies have been recovered, and it is uncertain how many more remain in the debris. Kills Drunken Husband. Arkansas City, Kan.. Aug. 7.New- ton Farris, while drunk vestrday. at- I tacked his wife with a chair, when she shot him. through the heart. He was fifty years old. Mrs. Farris, who is forty-five, has not been arrested. Killed by Lightning. Hillsdale, Mich., Aug. 7. Herbert Cox, aged 11 years, was. tilled by ligh:nin3 y-sterday while standing in the door of a large barn owned by Jonas Brown, five miles southeast of hert. The barn was destroyed. (OFFICIAL] PROCEEDINGS rJ OF THE Board of County Commissioners of Beltrami County, Minnesota, Regular Session. fcitOto the1 1 HEMJDJ I. MISNKSOTA,, I .TUlv 23.1903. Board of rou'nty ceH.inifc&ionersof Beltrami county met as per adjournment of July 15. 1903. All members present. Motion made by Commissioner Wright sec onded by NeDouKald tbat the chairman ap point a committee to sell certalnlandsowned by the county ot Bafslake. Motion carried. The chairman appointed as such committee Wes Wright. A. O. Johnson and H.J. Loud. On motion, the board adjourned to meet at 3 o'clock p. m. Board rec nvened as per adjournment. Motion n.tde by Johnson seconded by Me Dougald. tbat the petition of G. G. Moi and others for the organization of a new school district in the town of Bemidji be rejected. Mot lor carried. The folk wing report of the boord of audit was reao and approved: To the Honorable Board of County Commis sioners. Beltrami County, Minnesota: Gentlemr-i: We. the undersigned loard of audit of said Be Itrami county, convened at tlie office of the count) treasurer of said county,on the eight el nth day of July. A I). 1903, for the purpose of examining and auditing the accounts, looks and vouchers of O. Shinn.county treasurer of said county, and to count and ascertain the kind, description and amount of funds in the treasury arid belonging thereto. We respectfully report tli at wo found said treasurer indebted to the several funds at the close of business on July 18, 1903, in the aggregate sum of 8jat.014.P3, and we find the treasurer in the possessie of funds covering said indebtedness in kind and amounts as follows: Cash in safe I Cash items, money orders, checks Derosltedin First National Bank de in Lumbermen* State Bank Deposited in First State Ban k, Blackduck I'eposited in Merchants Bank, Be midji 3807 97 67 64 200 19 10041 4-' Teital funds en hand July 18, 1903.. $ 122014 93 Respectfully submitted. D. L. SYLVESTER. County Auditor: F. W. RHODA. Ch rk of District Court F. O. SIBLE Y. Cl-aiTn.au County Commissioners E Board of Audit. Beltra mi County. On meticn. the heard adjourned to meet at 5 o'clock p. m. Board reconvened as per aeljoumnient. The matter of settlement with the' defunct Merchants Bank was taken under considera and on motie Commissioner Johnson as api ointeu a ce n.iitec- to look ths mat te-r up and report to the board at 3 o'clock p. m.. July 25.1903. On motion, the' roard adjourned to meet at 3 o'clRck p. m.. July 2f,J90ii. Bear rec nvene-d as per adjournment. On notion. Ctn.misbiontr Slc^ougald was instructed te advettise for bids for certain re.ad work on county road from Blackduck to Battle River and from Blackduck to Langor as pet specifications prepared by County Surveyor Stoner. Said bids to lie em file with the audit or on or before Sept. 8, 1903. at 10 o'clock a, m. On notln heiard adjourntd to meet at 7 o'clock p. m. boaid reconvene as per adjournment. Reselutien. introduced by Commissioner Johnse 11. seconded by Commissioner Ander son Whereas, default has been made in thecon dititns of a certa in real estate mortgage dated March 29th. 1901. executed by Ge-orge McTag&Tt and wife and Earl Gell and wife, meirtgagers. to John D. Marlin, Jr.. mort gagee, upon lois 17 and IS, block 13. original tovusiti of Btmidji. in Beltrami county, Minn. Which said mortgage' with the indebt edness there! secured, wason the 11th day ot July. IHil. truly assigned by said Marlin to the be ard of county commissloneos of Bel trami county, which board is still the owner thereof. Now. therefore, the county attorney of said Heltn.ni. coi nty is hereby directed to imme diately foreclose the same by advertisement, and the clii-iinian of said board, on its be half aid tie' auditor of said county are hereby authorized and directed to execute ll e' premier je wer eif attorney le said county atton ey. It that purpose. he fedlowinj. communication was handed to and filed with the board: Bemidji. Minnesota. July 22. 1903. Eon. T.O. Sibley. Chairman of the'Board if County Commis sioners, Bemidji, Minn. Dear Sir: "Referring te a resolution recently passed I your board of countyincommissionerfs perilling in 1 apr as attorney the case Bel trami co'iintj against tlie'I.at Portage Lv.ni 1 ce mi any. ye are ati\isc that 1 desire' to.l.e relieved as attorney in thai case-. Thanking you and your associates for .veiur kindness in appointing me to lee after the county's interests in the iremise's 1 am. Respectful] you rs. L.H. BAILEY. On motion by Wright, seconded by Johnson, that tin dliairn an and auditor be' and tliey are hereby Instructed and authorised em the part of this boa id and the cemnty to issue te the'defunct Merchants-Brink a release pre pared by lie county rtlomey of the-ir liabil ity to this count)' on receipt of $1000, to 1 ac cepted aspayiiiei tin full. On motion by .l hnson.seconded by Wright, that iloti be find it is hereby appropriated out of tlie county ivi and i.rielM' fund to the te wn e)f Lan 1111 rs. to he (xnended on the county reiael rum ing north of SolWay over a certain ta&'arue swamp In the north part Miiel town and for either pairon said road and the auditor 1 and he hereby inistruct ed to issue his wi rrant for said amount on receipt of proper bond. On motion by Johnson seconded by Wright. that i200 be anel it Is hereby appropriate-el out of the' county road and bridge' fund lei ihe town of Turtle River to Ue expended on tlit county reao as it runs through suctions.5. anei ti anel fe 0 reiuroy i'ii samebe re^ad, anel tow i of Por 1.op to expended e'li town road a- it runs ?s. & S. em section 32 and between ctions 29 andjt'and ~s and 33 E. anel tl e' auditor is hereby authorized to issue his rants fur said amounts upon receipt of er bonds. 11 motion 1. Wright seconded by Johnson, that the chalrn an and auditor be- and they are hereby lostructe'd and authorized to negotiate a IOMI with the state sufficient to pay expenses 1 onnt ote'd with the construe lion of the Lt.mmers or ditch No. and the Grass Lake .toh or ditch No.:'. (in motion 1 he- following claims we-re- al- lowed W Iiboda getting out tux settle ment In tre asurersoffice' during the inability the treasurer on account of sicklies WOO 00 W A Smith 4 days building sielewalk em court I use grounds 12 00 Paul MarsCl alk assessing 3rd assess ment dlst 198.00 IMvRustveld l-2j ft Hag for court house 2100 0 Skinvh aavancim: amount nec cessary te conyey MT&gda Bye to hos pital for feehle_ minded E Smith lumber fe side walk, court In use- grounds Tracy Bardwell. getting and deliver ing at e'k in Bemidji21 recs forlib ertypole for court house Heed & hnutson. repair* to pest house' wagon Reed & Knutsbn. repairs for stump puller on poor farm Reed & Kiiut-011. irons for splicing Hag pole and putting same on E.I Bourgeois.'survey of county reiael Frobn Carl MaryM 11. 1 day extinguishing fOrest tire's (has W Sorutebii". witness, probate court, insanity of (has S.vkes Wn. Belf.v. witness, probate court, in sanity of Clias S.\ Kes Jo hn Kyler, guarding and keeping Thomas John Murphy wliile under ar re-st AnnaTeske. witness, state vs Elmer and Ira Moore Major, witness, state vs Elmer and Ira Moore S W Abnoy. witness, state vs Elmer ai Ira Moeire Main*! Anderson, witness-., state vs I JolHl Morrison, interpreter, state vs Jens ll anson Lunie ("riti. witness, state vs .lens lhnsiiti II CarMin. 2 da ys interpreter, state TS Jens Hanson 1 40 IX) 00 20 00 2 3 T. 9 IV 00 1 .,0 I 12 1 12 35 Ol1 5 3ti 53fi 92 3 16 3 0' 2 on 6 00 OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE Board of Equalization, Beltrami County. Minnesota. Bemidji. Minn.. July 20.1903. Board e)f eepaalization met as provided by statute. Members preset. Chairman Sibley, Commissioners Johnson, Anderson. McDoug ald, Wright and Auditor Sylvester. After qualifying as required by law, the board proceeded to compare the different as sessment returns. P. A. Smith, representing the Rat Portage Lumber company applied for cancellation of certa in ass'snient of logs in 3rd assessment district, claiming double assessment. On motion the matter was referred to the state board of eeiualiz.atiem for adjustment. On motion, the assessment of the Crookston Lumber company in the village of Bemidji was revised as follows: Addition to assess ment of real estate for new buildings, $10,000 instead of 20.000 personal property class 17 raised from $8,400 to $14,340. On motion, the assessment again st SV4S EH ond SH SWXi section 20. T. 149. R. 34 was re duced from $2,100 to $1,100. On motion, the board adjourned to meet at 1:30 p. m. Board reconvened as per adjournment. On motion, the following changers in the re turn of assessor of class lti in the village of Bemidji was raised sej as to make the total assessments as follows: L. L. Berman. $2000 to $3000: I. Meyer. $1850 to$4000: Fred Malz.alin.$ls74 to$4000: McCuaig & Ludingtem. $5150 to $K500: N. Nangle, $2325 tei ?--3'f: O'Leary & Bowser. $7000 to $8500: Selne-ider Bros.. $000 to $5000 .1. P. Young. $l2f/5 to $1500: E. H. Winter & Co.. $7195 to S"5i0: The printing outfit of M. E. Ihertson from 8275 to $400, The fe11owln assessments were raised un der class 2fi: Clavin & Tanner.$300 to $650: J. P. Duncalf, $565 to$700: Frank Gagnon. $747 to$900 Albert Hall. $405 to $500: A. J. Hanson, $211 to $400 Chris Olson. 1260 to $600 Frank Silversack. $561 to $700: Cora K". Smith. $510 to $700 James Thurston, $400 to$600 F. C.Tyson,$727 to$800 J. P. Taylor, $250 to $400: H. P. Thompson. $353 to $500: Thome & Myers, $620 to $800: M. Williams. $300 to$500: John Splan. $250 to $400: Ole Anderson. $771 to $1000: E. K. Anderson. $200 to $400 Brink Bros.. $302 to $400: M. E. Brinkman. SslO to $1000 Bae-on & Brown. $350 to $600 A. E. Gunswa n. $308 to $400 Gennes & Lyons. $508 to $700 L. H. Bailey, class 27 raised to maice total assessment$1100 instead of $331 Duluth Brewi ng Co.. class 26 raised to make total assessment $500 instead of $300: Fitger Brewing Co.. do, from $295 to $500 Glueck Brewing Co.. do. from $125 to $300: Minneapolis Brewing Co.. do. from $100 to $500: Pabst Brewing Co.. do. from $200 to $400 $250 ordered added to the personal property assessment of Wm. Blocker under class 20 Red Lake Transportation Co., (not assessed) orelered assessed for 1600 cedar polos, class 17. $1600: Anna Clavin.original townsite of Be midji, lots 13. 14 and 15. block 9. for new build ings from $600 to $9-0 Lake Shore Hotel, original townsite of Bemidji, lots 1 and 2, block 19. for addition to forme-r buildings (not assessed) $fiO": F. A. Blakcslee. for added buildings (not asseseed) $400 on EH SWM and WM SEk section 0. township 146. range 33: E-J, Sweedback. lots 11 and 12. block 11. in original townsite of Bemidji (not assessed)- $1200 GeOTge Kirk, for new buildings ad ditional value to lot 9. block 1. Lake Park ad dition to Bemidji, $400. On motion the board adjourned to meet at 9o.clock a. m.. July 21.1903. Board reconvened as per adjournment. All membe rs present. The board spent the day in reviewing the different assessments and hearinggrievances and on motion adjourned to meet at 9 o'clock a. m.. July 23.1903. Board reconvened as per adjournment. On motion the assessment against E. II. -Woodward for E NE'i, NWk NE)i and NEU NW'X.section 29. township 149. range 34, was reduced from $2150 to $1200. On motion the board adjourned to meet at ^o'clock p. m. Board ree-onvened as per adjournment. On motion the addition real estate assess me nt for the town of Nebish was raised 50per cent: Town of Port Hope. 25 per cent Frohn. 25 per cent, and item "C." class 1, personal property. Tew of Blackduck. 25 per cent Frohn. 25 per cent Jones. 33 and per cent: Lammers. 20 per cent Summit. 33 and per cent, and 2nd assessment district. 20 peT cent. On motion the following individual assess mets were raised: WesWrifcrlit, Village of Bemidji. item "C." class 1. raised$90 Tom Smart, do. $90: Fink & Dlckerscn. Lammers. raised from $75 to $150: Mrs. J. M. Fink. Lammers," raised 100 per cent: Joe McTaggart. Village of Bemidji, *C," class 1, raised $160 George Wallace, do, $190 Jack JUcAvoy. do. $160 Hamms Brewing Co., Lammers, class 26. $250 Brainerd Lum ber Co,. Village of Bemidji. class 1, raised from $420 to S7li0. Irwin & O'Brien, do, raised $800 Marion Johns (not assessed) ordered assessed In class 1. $200 for 4 horses. On moion the board adjourned to meet at 9 o'clock a. m July 24.1903. Board reconvened as per adjournment. All members present. On motion the following assessments for personal property In the Village of Bemidji weretnade*: F. E. Biggins, $247. and George Kirk $310. On motion the assessment eif S. C. Jackson & Co., in the Village of Tenstrike in class 17 was raised JltXHi and the assessment against said Co.. in the towns of Port Hope and Hagali WCTO ordere'd canceled same being covered or included in the assessment in the village' of Tenstrike and the asse'ssnient against said firm in the first assessment dis trict was ordered transferred to Martin Breis., as tho last named firm retained obses sion of said propest.v em the first day of May. 1SH)3. On motion, the persoiiel property assess ment against S.Arnold, Bemidji. was re duced to$400 Ecklos. to$152. and same against Bessie Kidenour. Frohn. to $231. Said assess ments being real estate mortgage's and re ductions made for part payment, the full amount being assessed instead of balance due em same. On motion, the following persdnel property assessments were raise-d: C. H. Allen Co.. village of Blackduck. class bi, fremi 31MK1 tei^-sOO Kolden & Thomp son, do. class 17. $1420 to'$1620 O. E. Jacks on & Co.. do. e'lasslli. fremi $:.000 t- $2.:TiOli F. L. Miller. Lamn.e'rs. class -ti. from $175 to $300: E.J. Regan, do class 26. from $200 to $300: 1). F. Sullivan. Lammers, "C" 1. raised $60. class "A raised--5-5. class S raised $20. class "A" 10 raise-d $8 A. E Vnderwood. Lammers. class 17, raised from $90 to$.:."o On motlein. the' board adjourned to meet at 1:30 p. 111. Bear reconvened as iie-r adjournment. On motion, the- auditor was uistructe-d to transf er the assessment against the First State' Bank of Blackduck to the different stdckhojderjs Of said bank as per swo rn state ment made by the cashier eif said bank, and lie- is further Instructed to cancel the assess ment against \V.L. Brooks on page 5 of the assessment Uo of the village eif Bemidji for $1000. as the same' item is entered e'lsewhere. making double ent ry. On motion, the- assessment of Eriek Nelson, village of Blackduck, class 26. was raiseei from $110 to ?:M': E. Anderson, do, same' class, fremi $175 to$.275 A II. 11 axon. do. class 26. fremi S-iS to $235. On motion, the application for eorection of asse-ssnie-nt of logs against the'Kewaten Lum Lumhe-r contpauy in the third asse-ssim-iit district was referred to the state' hoard for adjustment. On motion, the board adjourned. AttestF.O.SIBLEY I). L. SYLVESTER. Chairman. Auditor. John Ciritt. witness, state vs Jens Han son 2 00 Emma Aneli .son, witness, state- vs John Oman 3 16 1 Sylvester, 4 eiays attending Iward of equalization 1200 C) Sibley. 4 da ys attending board of equalization. $12: mileage'. S2 60 14 ev1 John Mcbougald. 4 days attending lioard of e-qualization, Ji2 mileage, *5 IT 00 A O, Johnson. 4 days attending lieiard of eeiualimloti,$12: mileage'. $240.... 14 40 Anderson. 4 da ys attending board of e-inall/attt'ii. $12: mileage. 50c 12 30 We.s Wnull t. A days attending txiarei of aii/ation. 412 mileage. 20V A (i Johnson.commissioner per diem. John Mrbougald. commissioner per O Sibley, eonimlssiemer pe diem. E Anderson, cemimissioner per diem. -.s Wes Wright, commissioner per diem. 12 20 300 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 W RheKla, 1 day attending Iniard of auriit.7-S (i Sible.v. I day attendi ng board 01 aue it.*3: mileage. *2 60... I Sylf.'vter. 1 day attending Kiard of audit On ti.otiuii the lioard adjourned to n.iet September s. mS. uAttest F. O. SlBl KY. li. L. SYLVKSTKR. Chairman. Ex-ornV.io Clerk of Board. 3 -Vl a i 3 W Minnesota S International RAILWAY COMPANY. In Connection with the ..Northern Pacific,. RAILWAY COMPANY Provides the best train service be tween Blackduck, Bemidji, Walker and intermediate stations and Minne apolis, St. Paul, Fargo and Duluth and all points east and west. Through coaches between Blackduck and the Twin Cities. No change of cars. Ample time at Brainerd for dinner. TIME CARD Effective Sept. 1st, 1902. Dally ex. Sunday 7:00 a. m.Lv. 7:17 7:t8 7,32. 8:10 8:32 8:4H 8:57 9:28 H:57 10:15 10:36 10:48 10 55 11:18 11:25 11:55 a. m. Ai STATIONS Daily ex. Sunday ...Blackduck. A 7:05 ...Tenstrike Lv. 6:46 Farley 6:35 Turtle (3:81 Bemidji.. 6:05 Nary 5=26 Guthrie...- 5:15 ....Lakeport 5:02 ...Walker 4:35 Hackensack 4:00 Backus 3:42 ....PineBiver 8:21 3:09 3:02 2:45 2:35 ..Lv m.2:00 Jenkins. ..Peciuot.. Hubert.. 4:05 p. 2:0S 3:04 5:14 1:37 4:20 Ar 4:50 Ar 5:10 m. Lv 6:53 3:43..... 1:38 1:55 Ar 1:25 p. m. 4:00 Ar W. GEMM Gen ....Merri field. Brainerd. N. P. RY. Brainerd. .Ar. m. 1:05 :..Little Falls Lv. 12:05 ...St. (Moud .....a. m. 11:07 ...Elk River 10:08 Anoka.. 9:48 .Minneapolis Lv. 9:10 ....St. Paui Lv. a.m. 8:40 Brainerd Ar. p. .12:45 Aitkin Lv. a. 11:49 ....Carlton 9:50 West Superior 55 Duluth Lv. a. 8:40 Brainerd Ar. p. m. 12* 5 Fargo Lv.a. 8:00 ELL, G. A. WALKER era! Manatrer Agent A Great Railway. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Pau Railway owns and operates all equip ment on its 6.000 miles of road, includ ing Sleeping Cars, Parlor Cars and Dining Cars, maintaining an excel lence of service uuequaled on any rail way in the world. Its Daylight Expressf making direct connections at St. Paul and Minne apolis with morning trains from the North and West) leaves Minneapolis 7:50 a.m. and St. Paul 8:30 a. m., daily, reaching Milwaukee 7:00 p. m. and Chicago 9:25 p. rn. same day. This train is electric lighted, carries new Coaches of latest type. Observa tion Buffet Parlor Car, and Dining Car serving supper. Its No. 2 (connecting- at St. Paul and Minneapolis with the fast trans continental lines from the coast) leaves Minreapolis 5:25 p. m. and St. Paul 6:00 p. m. daily, reaching Chicago 7:00 o'clock next morning, at which point direct connections are made with all trains for the East and South. This train is electric lighted, carries modern Coaches, first class Standard Sleeping Cars, and Dining Car serv ing supper. Its PIONEER LIMITEDthe Famous Train of the Worldleaves Minneapolis 8:00 p. m. and St. Paul 8:35 p. m., reaching Milwaukee .7:00 and Chicago 9:30 next morning. This train is brilliantly lighted by elec tricity, inside and out, and carries Compartment Sleeping Cars, Standard Sleeping Cars, Buffet Library Smok ing Car, Free Reeling Chair Car, modern Coaches, and Dining Car seruing breakfast a la carte. The equipment composing trie Pioiieor is the costliest and handsomest in the world. In purchasing your tickets to the East or South, request your home ticket agent to route you via the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. from St. Paul. For folders, maps and lowest rates to all points, write to '"W. B. DlxON, Northwestern Passenger.Agent, .St. Paul. Minn. 'M L~ A--!".' FAST TIME -TO- ALL POINTS IN THE NORTHWEST AND ON THE PACIFIC CC AST (Bemidji Schedule.) TIME TABLE LOCAL TRAINS EAST BOUND Ne.. 14 i 2(i 13 25 Park Rapid.* Line. .7:10a.m. Duluth Express'.. .12:27 p.m. 12:34 a.m. WEST BOUND .Fosston Line 3:2 p.m. 3:12 a.m. 40.. :J9...Park Rapids Line..7:17 FULL INFORMATION FROM E. E. CHAMBERLAIN, Agent, Bemidii. Minn F. O. K. Fraternal Order of Eagles, Betninji Aerie No. 351. Meets every 5unda at 8 p. m., ailmore's Hall. Jo.-r.i riarnnsttun. W President H. UBIeu, W Secretary Visiting Eagles cordially Invited. Jay L.Reynolds Attorney-at-LaWa Office: Over Lnmfcermens Bank CHARLE S H. BABBI1T Washington, D. C. 933 MASS. AVE. N. W. Attorney in Land Cases. All kinds of business before the U. S. Land Department. 17 years in IT. S. General Land Office. 9 years in actual practice. jREFERENCEs: Hon. Knute Nelson, U. S. Senator. Hon. Moses E. Clapp, TJ. S. Senator. Hon. H, Steenerson, Crookston, Minn Hon. John Lind, Minneapolis, Minn. Hon. J. Adam Bede, Pine City, Minn. Livery Stable A. M. BAGLEY SUCCESSOR TO J. JINKINSON St. Louis and the South Are conveniently and comfort ably reached by' our two trains a day. The Limited, leaving Minneapolis at 7:25, St. Paul 8:00 p. m. daily, arrives in St. Louis the following afternoon. Combination Compart ment and standard Sleepers and Reclining Chair Cars. The Scenic Express, leaving Minneapolis at 7:30, St. Paul 8:05 a. m., except Sunday, ar rives in St. Louis early next morning. Sleeping Cars from Rock Island south. This is the most direct route from Minneapolis and St. Paul to Clinton, Davenport, Rock Is land, and all Mississippi river cities." Close connections with lines South, Southeast and Southwest in St. Louis Union Station. A SK YOUR HOME AGENT TO MAKE YOUR TICKET 'READ BYTHISHNE -fc Are You Going East? If so, you have probably de cided on The Pioneer Lim-^, ited, or another one of the four trains to Chicago, via the auo Milwaukee I St Paul aihvay The Pioneer Limited now leaves St. Paul at 9:30 p.m., arriving in the heart of Chi cago at 9:30 a. m. It is well to purchase your ticket and. berth in advance W DIXON, N W A 365 Robert .Street, ST. 1'Al'L.